O P E R A T I N G INSTRUCTIONS
Section 1. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
2-1. Inspecting and Servicing Equipment
volt, 3-phase, 50 or 60-cycle power driving the
dynamotor-welder. The external power source, if
a. Perform daily preventive maintenance services
available and practical, will require setting-up
procedures (see c. below). The setting-up
b. Make a complete inspection of the shop set
procedures for the shop set to use either of the two
and the equipment, visually inspecting for loss or
power sources will vary according to the amount of
dam age which may have occurred in shipment.
c a n v a s erected and other factors, dependent
Open the boxes, exercising caution in cutting the
primarily on the expected time duration of the
banding and removing the nails in order to prevent
installation, a v a i l a b l e power source, weather
damage to the contents.
conditions and terrain.
c. Inspect the floor and other body members for
b. Location and Leveling. The shop set should be
dents, breaks, cracks, or loose or missing parts.
set up on cleared, flat, level terrain. The wheels
d. Inspect the dynamotor-welder for breaks,
must be blocked in such a way as to keep the shop
dents, cracks, and loose or missing parts.
set from rolling. The area required by the shop set,
with the canvas erected, is approximately 40 x 25
loose or missing parts.
feet. The location of the shop set must provide
f. Correct any deficiencies or refer them to Direct
additional cleared ground area as is required for
g. Lubricate the shop set in accordance with the
adequate access to the shop set components from all
current lubrication order LO 5-4940-225-12.
s i d e s . Select a site that is protected from the
elements (i.e.; dust, sand, and mud ).
a.. General. Power for operation of the shop set
and open the shop set doors, and extend the hoist
may come from either of two sources: The truck
engine driving the dynamotor-welder through a
power take-ff, or an external power source of 240