OPERATORICREW MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Procedures in this chapter are limited to those which will
be performed at the operator level. This chapter
contains preventive maintenance checks and services,
cleaning, and lamp test.
Section I. TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT
4-2. Test Equipment
For operator/crew maintenance, no tools beyond those
No test equipment is required to perform operator/crew
listed in the maintenance allocation chart (MAC) in
Section II. LUBRIXATION INSTRUCTIONS
4-3. Lubrication Instructions
No lubrication is
Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
b. Defects which cannot be corrected must be
reported to higher level maintenance personnel.
Records and reports of repairs and preventive
a. This section provides information and
maintenance must be made in accordance with TM 38-
procedures for the preventive maintenance checks and
services which should be performed to maintain the
equipment in good operating condition, prevent
4-5. Preventive Maintenance
a. During an operational period perform each of
down-time. Observe the following when performing
the preventive maintenance checks and services listed
(1) Before you operate: Always keep in mind
in table 4-1. In addition, the daily checks and services
must also be performed whenever the following
the CAUTIONS and WARNINGS. Perform your before
(1) When the terminal is initially installed at a
(2) While you operate. Always keep in mind
the CAUTION S and WARNINGS. Perform your during
(2) When the terminal is reinstalled after
moving to another site.
(3) After you operate. Be sure to perform
(3) Before the start of an operational period if
your after (A)PMCS.
the equipment has been in a shutdown condition.
(4) If your equipment fails to operate. Report
equipment failure to higher level maintenance personnel
(refer to para b below).