INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
2-1. Inspecting and Servicing the Equipment
Examine power unit identification plate for positive identification of power unit.
Visually inspect exterior of power unit for evidence of damage that may have occurred during storage or
Check for plastic indicator tabs on fire extinguisher (fig. 1-1) trigger and nozzle. If indicator
tabs are missing, replace fire extinguisher with a new extinguisher.
Open battery access and storage compartment door (fig. 1-1), condenser compartment access doors (fig.
1-1), condenser air outlet doors (fig. 1-1 and fig. 1-2), refrigeration compressors compartment access door (fig. 1-2),
conditioned air outlet compartment access door (fig. 1-2), and refrigeration compartment access door (fig. 1-1). Remove
all accessory components stowed in the compartments. Visually inspect all removed accessory components for damage
and check that all required accessory components are with the unit (para 1-3, i). Visually inspect compartment interiors
and components installed in the compartments for possible damage caused by stowed accessory components, for
accumulations of debris or other foreign material, and for evidence of corrosion. Carefully inspect cooling fins of
condensers and evaporators for evidence of corrosion, damage, and accumulation of foreign material.
Open instrument panel access door (fig. 1-1), conditioned air system circuit breaker panel access door (fig.
1-1) and air temperature control panel access door (fig. 1-1). Check that all controls or switches are in the off or neutral
position and instruments are indicating the de-energized position. Visually inspect all instruments, switches, indicating
lamps, and circuit breakers for damage, legibility of markings, and for evidence of corrosion.
Remove water compartment access panel (fig. 1-1), conditioned air electrical control components access
panel (fig. 1-1), fuel and oil components access panel (fig. 1-1), gas turbine engine power plant access panel (fig. 1-2),
engine turbine section and heat exchanger access panel (fig. 1-2), and heat exchanger compartment access panel
(fig. 1-2). Visually inspect compartment interiors for damage, evidence of corrosion and accumulations of foreign
material. Inspect wiring components for frayed or otherwise damaged insulation, burns, and corrosion. Inspect plumbing
lines and fittings for evidence of damage, leakage, and corrosion. Inspect all components for secure installation,
damage, evidence of leakage, and corrosion.
Check all exhaust openings in top of unit for obstructions and for damage.
All damage or deficiencies that could affect operation of the power unit shall be corrected before operation
of the power unit. Damage or deficiencies that would not affect operation immediately shall be noted and corrected as
soon as possible.
Replace all access panels and close all doors upon completion of inspection.
Open battery access and storage compartment door (fig. 1-1), remove wingnuts securing battery
cover and remove cover (fig. 2-1).