(2) Install washer (2) on ground stud (4).
(3) Thread wing nut (1) on the ground stud (4) and tighten.
(4) Insert ground cable end into ground cable clamp (5) and tighten clamp screw (6).
Disassemble slide hammer as follows:
(1) Remove nut (6, figure 2-5) from end of rod (4) and retain.
(2) Remove hammer (5) from rod (4) and thread nut (6) on end of rod to prevent loss.
(3) Store hammer (5) and rod (4) with assembled parts in accessory box.
2-3.4 Connecting Load and/or Paralleling Cables.
Never attempt to connect or disconnect load cables while the generator set
is running. Failure to observe this warning could result in severe personal
injury or death by electrocution.
Before connecting the load, determine voltage and frequency requirements
of the system or device that is being supplied with power. Refer to
TM 9-6115-644-10 and verify that voltage reconnection board is in proper
position for voltage requirements and the frequency select switch is in the
proper position. If board requires repositioning notify next higher level of
2-3.4.1 Power Unit. Refer to TM 9-6115-644-10 for installation of load cables.
2-3.4.2 Power Plant. Load may be connected to the switch box (figure 2-6) by either of two methods.
One method is to connect the load cable to the J1 connector (6, figure 2-6). The other method is to connect
load cables to the load terminals (1,2,3,4, and 5,figure 2-6). Connect unit A to unit B as follows:
A paralleling cable is furnished with each generator set. Cables are located
in a storage box inside battery access doors.
Connect paralleling cables as follows:
Connect one end of cable (13) to connector J3 (15) of the switch box located on unit A.
Route the other end of cable (13) through power cable sock (10) and connect to connector
J16 (8) on Unit B generator set.
Connect the other paralleling cable (11) between the two paralleling receptacles (7) located on
the generator set control panels.