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TM-5-6115-423-15 Load Bank 0-30 KW; AC; Portable Skid Mounted (Sun Electric Corp Model GPT-3D-1) FSN 6115-964-1091 Manual
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Figure 11. Daily preventive maintenance services
TM 5-6115422-15
CHAPTER 3
OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
Section 1. SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
ized for the load bank are listed in the basic
25. Special Tools and Equipment
issue items list, Appendix C of this manual.
No special tools or equipment are required
by the operator or organizational maintenance
27. Organizational Maintenance
personnel for the maintenance of the load bank.
Repair Parts
26. Basic Issue Tools and Equipment
Organizational maintenance repair parts are
Tools and repair parts issued with or author-
listed and illustrated in TM 5-6115-423-25P.
Section Il. LUBRICATION
28. General Lubrication Information
29. Detailed Lubrication Information
No lubrication of the components of the
An occasional drop of lubricating oil should
load bank is required. Three power absorber
be applied to the cabinet door hinges when
fan motors are equipped with factory lubri-
cated sealed for life bearings.
required.
Section Ill. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
tion which would damage the equipment if
30. General
operation were continued. All deficiencies
To insure that the load bank is ready for
and shortcomings will be recorded together
operation at all times it must be inspected
with corrective action taken on DA Form 2404
systematically so that defects may be discovered
(Equipment Inspection and Maintenance
and corrected before they result in serious
Worksheet ) at the earliest `possible oppor-
damage or failure. The necessary preventive
tunity.
maintenance services to be performed are listed
and described in `paragraphs 31 and 32. The
31. Daily Preventive Maintenance Service
item numbers indicate the sequence of mini-
mum inspection requirements. Defects dis-
This paragraph contains an illustrated tabu-
covered during operation of the unit shall be
lated listing of preventive maintenance service
noted for future correction, to be made as soon
which must be performed by the operator. The
as operation has ceased. Stop operation immed-
item numbers are figure 11 for the daily pre-
iately if a deficiency is noticed during opera-
ventive maintenance services.
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