Table 5-4. OPERATOR/CREW PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES, AUTOMATIC CONTROL
NOTE: Within designated interval, these checks are to be performed in the order listed.
ITEMS TO BE
CHECK FOR AND HAVE REPAIRED
OR ADJUSTED AS NECESSARY
Inspect switches, fuses, relays and
mounting or loose connections.
Table 5-5. Automatic Control Module Troubleshooting (Operator/Crew Level)
TEST OR INSPECTION
Death or injury may result if proper care is not taken
while working with the various voltages in and
around the generator set.
GENERATOR SET DOES NOT START WHEN NORMAL POWER FAILS (SINGLE UNIT OPERATION, ACM
WIRED PER INTERCONNECTION FOR SET #1)
Step 1. Remove and check DC fuses (F6, F7, F8 or F9) for continuity.
If fuse is not defective, proceed to next step.
If fuse is defective, replace with 5-ampere fuse of same type as original.
If generator set still does not start, recheck fuse.
If new fuse is blown, automatic control module troubleshooting should be referred to next higher level of