(1) Before operation (B).
These checks and cervices are per-
formed before starting the generator set. Be sure to review the
Warnings before starting the engine.
(2) During operation (D).
These checks and services are per-
formed while the generator set is running. Be sure to keep the
Warnings in mind while performing the checks and services.
These checks and services are perform-
(3) After operation (A).
They make sure that the
l d after shutting down the generator set,
machine will be ready for operation the next time it is used.
If the generator set fails to operate properly, turn to the trouble-
Use TM 38-750 to report any mechanical defects.
Before each start up operation,
inspect both drive keys, bushing,
tightness and alignment.
for a clearance of approximately
1/2 inch between each pulley as-
sembly and the sidewall of fuel
A properly positioned drive
key should not extend beyond end
of its shaft.