OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (OPERATOR)
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
and mounting instructions of the equipment. Male a
record of any malfunctions. Notify the responsible
maintenance echelon of deficiencies for correction as
When a new or used shop set -is received by the
quickly as possible.
operator, it is the responsibility of the operator to
determine whether the material has been properly
7. Before Operation Service
prepared for service by the supplying organization and
to be sure it is in condition to perform its functions. For
this purpose, inspect all assemblies and parts to be sure
they are properly assembled, secured, cleaned,
adjusted, and lubricated. Refer to chapter 8, for location
Section II. CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
This section describes, locates, illustrates, and
furnishes the operator with sufficient information
pertaining to the various controls or instruments
provided for the proper operation of the equipment. It is
essential that the operator know how to perform every
operation the equipment is capable of performing.
9. Electric Controls and Instruments
An electric control panel is located at the inside right
rear door of the shop. This panel is equipped with
circuit breakers and an identification list (fig.
additional circuits may be installed, when necessary, in
the panel. A layout (wiring diagram) of the shop is
shown in figure 8. An outside power receptacle is
mounted at the right rear of the shop exterior.
Figure 4. Electrical control panel and identification list.