c. Install security locking bars on cabinets with
the individual items. It is essential that the operator
understand these instructions.
b. Perform "after operation" daily services.
d. Secure tools or equipment too large for bin
storage, with special fastenings provided.
e. Secure equipment in open bins with web straps
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or special fastenings.
f. Store cable or hose in locations provided.
These instructions provide the
operator with necessary details for operation of the
equipment in the shop set.
b. Electrical system.
(1) Ascertain that circuit breakers in electrical
panel are in the "ON" position for circuits
to be used.
(2) Check for loose connections, blown fuses,
tripped circuit breakers, and frayed wire
(3) Plug cords of equipment to be operated
into receptacle provided.
with the technical manual for the
(2) Allow sufficient time for buildup of source
pressure in the tank and drain the oil and
Figure 6. Security locking bars, open bin security
Note. The correct
fastenings; typical installation.
source pressure is 75
to 150 psi.
(3) Close drain when water or oil cease to
drain from separator.
operating pressure of 75 psi.
(5) Check connections for leaks, security of
fittings, and condition.
(6) Insert adapters attached to pneumatic
external power source
Figure 7. Jack stowage box.
omit (1) above.
15. Movement of Equipment
a. Perform "at halt" and "after operation" daily
Section IV. OPERATION OF ONE UNIT IN CONJUNCTION WITH
ANOTHER ACCESSORY OR AUXILIARY
Maintenance and operating instructions for +he
16. Maintenance and Operating Instructions
auxiliary equipment to be used in conjunction with this
shop set are listed in the separate technical manuals of
the auxiliary equipment.