ARMY TM 9-6115-464-12
AIR FORCE TO 35C2-3-445-1
NAVY NAVFAC P-8-624-12
5-28 UNIT MAINTENANCE OF APPLICATIONS KIT.
Do not attempt to perform maintenance tasks on the applications kit while
generator set is operating. Serious electrical shock or death by electrocu-
tion may result from failure to observe this warning.
Inspect Applications Kit (Refer to Figure 2-14).
Remove dust cap from connector J1 and inspect for dirt, loose pins, discoloration, and loose hardware.
Make sure dust cover retaining chain is mounted on lower right hand mounting screw of connector J1.
Inspect interior of generator set for dust, dirt, water, and excessive oil or grease.
Inspect cables and wire harness connectors for loose connectors and plugs.
Inspect cables and wires for frayed insulation, bum marks, and loose wires and pins.
Inspect cable connector strain relief screws for tightness.
Inspect relays K1, K2, and K3 (Figure 5-15) on remote functions housing for discoloration, bent pins, and
Section VII. ACOUSTIC SUPPRESSION KIT
The acoustic suppression kit lowers the noise level of the generator set to 70 dB(a) at 7 meters. It consists of panels,
doors, and components that cover or replace original components of the generator set. The generator set is oper-
ated and maintained in the same manner, however, access to components and operation will change slightly due
to configuration changes.
The overall weight and cube of the generator set will increase with the acoustic suppression kit installed. (Refer to
para 1-11.) Inspect the components of the acoustic suppression kit upon delivery for bends, cracks, dents, missing
components, or other damage.
All side doors on the generator set must be closed for the acoustic suppression kit to function properly.
The inlet and discharge doors on the roof of the acoustic suppression kit must be open during operation and closed
during periods of nonuse. The discharge door must also be open to gain access to the radiator access door.
Other doors on the acoustic suppression kit provide for access to components on the generator set. (Refer to figure
The generator set is operated and maintained in the same manner; however, access to components and operation
will change slightly.
The ground wire must be installed on the generator set prior to mounting on a trailer. The ground stud cannot be
reached due to the side panel skirts.
For the best sound attenuation results, tape all loose tools or anything that may rattle. Ensure all trailer hardware
is checked for tightness. Ensure fire extinguisher bracket is free of rattles.
When moving generator set with a forklift, both side panel skirts must be in the raised position.
When positioning or moving generator set, 1 inch ground clearance must remain between bottom tray and surface
to prevent damage.
Do not skid unit with bottom tray installed.