SECTION VII. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
The section will provide authorized unit level maintenance instructions for the Electrical Generator As-
sembly and its components. Each major component will be covered under its own paragraph heading.
Each paragraph will be further divided into specific maintenance tasks, as directed by the Maintenance
Allocation Chart (MAC). These tasks will include inspection, testing, service, adjustment, removal, disas-
sembly, assembly, repair, replacement, and installation, as applicable. Step-by-step instructions and il-
lustrations will guide personnel through each maintenance task.
Potential 150 kW/209 VAC shock hazard with failure to adhere to
this warning. Contact with this high power could result In death or
severe injury. If the removal of one generator from the EPP Ill is re-
quired, replace it with an extra generator if available. lf the EPP III
must be operated with only one generator Installed, insure that ail
cables for the removed generator have the protective caps properly
Installed prior to starting the remaining generator set.
Prior to energizing the equipment the operator must check for ex-
posed electrical terminals.
Always install protective covers on control and power cables when
cables are not connected.
Be sure to observe ail warning signs on equipment.
Potential 208 VAC shock hazard. Do not disconnect and connect
control or power cables while Generator Set 1 or 2 is running.
When working around the engine, remove the ignition key; if neces-
sary, also detach the negative terminal of the battery set.
For safety reasons, work on the Generator Set 150 kW must always
be performed by two persons.