OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (SECOND ECHELON)
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
Shop sets, when received, are to be unloaded, uncrated,
a. Observe all warning tags and instructional guides
depreserved, and inspected, by second echelon
attached to the equipment.
solvent, Federal Specification P-661.
72. Unloading and Uncrating New Equipment
not be removed except for draining.
a. Unloadings. Remove shorting, blocks, tiedowns,
d. Examine equipment carefully to detect and
and chocks before unloading equipment.
remove tape, barrier material, and other packaging
materials which may be placed over breathers, vents and
Warning: Remove nails and loose strapping from
other openings. Particular attention should be given to
detection and removal of paper between or under brushes
of large electrical motors.
Caution: Lift only at hoisting points provided when
e. Components which are packed separately from
equipment is to be unloaded from heights above
the equipment will be installed as directed in chapter 9.
ground level (TM 9-2330-238-14).
Do not allow
equipment to be dropped while unloading.
b. Uncrating. Unpack crated equipment as close as
Inspect all equipment for condition, correctness of
possible to the point of use; remove nails, straps, and
assembly, security, and wear (pars. 32-35).
OVM from equipment. Place equipment in position for
Section II. CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
This section describes, locates, illustrates, and furnishes
77. Pneumatic Controls and Instruments
second echelon maintenance personnel with sufficient
information pertaining to the various controls and
instruments provided for operation of the equipment.
Pneumatic controls and instruments regulate and
distribute the compressed air required to operate the
through 11 and
56 for detailed description,
76. Electrical Controls and Instruments
location, and illustration of pneumatic controls and
These controls and instruments are provided to supply,
regulate, and distribute the electrical power required to
operate the shop. Detailed description, location, and