Section XV. MAINTENANCE OF DOCUMENT COMPARTMENT
DOCUMENT COMPARTMENT. (See
Replacement. The document compartment
is mounted above the control cubicle.
Removal. Remove six screws (1),
supporting document compartment of
the control cubicle.
compartment on top of the control
document compartment with holes on
top of control cubicle.
Attach six screws (1), lockwashers (2), and
Replace gasket (12) if defective.
Replace latches (8) by removing
screws (6), nuts (7) and spacer (9).
If dented, straighten out. If any signs
of rust or corrosion, sand and clean
Section XVI. MAINTENANCE OF SUPPORT FRAME ASSEMBLY
GENERAL. The support frame assembly (figure
4-26) provides support for major assemblies of the
generator set, acts as a spreader bar when lifting the
set, and provides a frame for the housing kit (when the
kit is used).
4-48. INSPECTION. Inspect the tie bars, front frame,
center frame, and rear frame for loose mounting,
breaks, cracks, loose or missing hardware, and
corrosion. Refer to higher level maintenance for repair
Section XVII. MAINTENANCE OF RADIATOR ASSEMBLY
inspections consist of checking for leaks
coolant level may be checked at the sight
glass. If coolant level is below sight glass,
remove radiator cap and check level in
Whenever generator set has just been shut down,
remove radiator cap slowly to allow pressure to
escape before removing cap.
Refill radiator with proper cool- ant to
approximately 2 inches (50 mm) below
filler neck level.
Using a hydrometer, verify that antifreeze is in
accordance with table 3-1.
Fan Belt Adjustment (Code A).
Refer to figure 4-28 and remove two
halves of fan belt guard (3) by removing screws (1) and
Check tension of each of the three fan
belts (see figures 4-1 and 4-28). Apply thumb pressure
at center of belt and check for no more than 1/2 inch (13
mm) movement, as shown in figure 4-28.
If belts require tensioning, tighten