(2) Using a hand grease gun slowly pump the
comes out of the drain ports. Wipe away excess
lubricant into the Zerke fitting on top of the bearing.
lubricant from the drain port and the Zerke fitting.
(3) Continue pumping until fresh lubricant
(4) Replace and tighten the hex nut on the
Section IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
(3) Observe the note at the head of the
a. This section provides information and
requisition/replacement requirements to higher level
procedures for the preventive maintenance checks and
maintenance personnel. Records and reports of repairs
services which should be performed to maintain the
and preventive maintenance must be made in
equipment in good operating condition, prevent
accordance with TM 38-750.
down-time. Observe the following when performing
5-7. Preventive Maintenance
a. Perform the preventive maintenance checks
(1) Keep in mind the cautions and warnings.
(2) Apply proper and safe maintenance
and services listed in table 5-2 once every month.
Table 5-2. Organizational Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services Monthly Schedule
Item To Be Inspected
Inventory the equipment;
requisition missing and
Power and signal
Replace cable assemblies
Cables have shorts
in which wiring,
or expose bare
insulation, or connectors
Clean and paint bare metal
and unit surfaces
spots, blistered, pitted, or
Check for loose or torn
gaskets, repair or replace if
b. Record the results of this preventive
maintenance on DA Form 2404, Equipment Inspection
If the equipment must be kept in continuous
and Maintenance Worksheet. Use the item number in
operation, check and service only those
as the source item number for entry
items that can be checked and serviced
Number column of Form 2404.
without disturbing operation.
complete checks and services when the
equipment can be shut down.
Section V. SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
will be accompanied by at least one unit level fault
indication generated by selected on-line units only.
a. The procedures presented herein are to be
When a system alarm is received by the alarm monitor,
used for troubleshooting on a system level basis and are
the audible alarm will sound provided the AUDIBLE
accomplished by the observation of system level and unit
SIGNAL FAULT switch is in the NORMAL position. The
level alarm indications.
A system alarm can be
audible alarm may be disabled by placing the FAULT
generated by a CSS system fault or an RSS system
switch to the OFF position.
fault. A system alarm indication CSS or RSS, generally