Condenser air inlet panels and condenser
air outlet doors (fig. 1-1 and 1-2) must be
opened before operation of the cooled air
Bleed air system connections. Connect
compressed air hose assembly (fig. 1-15, sheet 3 of 7)
to compressed air outlet fitting (fig. 4-5). Install inflation
ejector assembly (fig. 1-15, sheet 3 of 7) to the inflation
manifold on the inflatable shelter of the MUST hospital.
Connect delivery end of compressed air hose assembly
to ejector assembly for inflation of the inflatable shelter.
A hose is available to furnish bleed air to the air intake
Vacuum system connection. Connect
vacuum hose assembly (fig. 1-15, sheet 4 of 7) to
vacuum outlet fitting (fig. 4-5). Connect other end of
vacuum hose assembly to shelter requiring vacuum
4-3. Fuel and Lubrication System Depreservation
maintenance personnel as follows:
a. Open oil tank access door (fig. 1-1), remove
filler cap and dipstick from oil tank and fill oil tank with
oil as specified, rather to Lubrication Order, LO5-6115-
590-12. Allow time for oil level to recede as air is
vented, then add oil until level remains at FULL mark on
dipstick. Reinstall oil tank filler cap and dipstick.
Connect external fuel system filter separator
assembly to fuel inlet fitting as shown in figure 4-2.
Connect fuel hose assembly between fuel supply and
filter assembly. Check fuel lines and filter assembly for
leakage. Make sure that an adequate supply of the
correct fuel is available for the anticipated operating
For initial operation or at any time the no fuel
indicator lamp is Illuminated, it will be necessary
to purge air from the fuel float tank to allow the
fuel level to overcome the fuel float switch before
the unit will start. After connecting the external
fuel source hold the fuel boost pump switch ON
for a few seconds to fill the fuel tank then open the
oil tank access door and press the button on the
fuel float tank vent valve until fuel flows from the
drain tube at the oil tank spill drain (beneath the
oil tank fill); then release button. The no fuel
indicator lamp should now be extinguished and
the power plant can be started by normal
Remove engine combustor access panel (fig.
1-2). Disconnect fuel line from fuel atomizer and
connect a line to drain overboard into a suitable
container (fig. 4-6). Do not drain fuel onto the ground.
Momentarily place the master switch on the
instrument panel to the START position. Motor the
engine by starter motor action for 10 to 15 seconds to
allow fuel to discharge from the overboard drain line
until you have a good flow into the container, then place
master switch to the STOP position.
e. Disconnect and remove overboard drain line
and reconnect engine fuel line to the fuel atomizer and
check for oil and fuel leaks. If no leaks are present,
reinstall engine combustor access panel (fig. 1-2).
Section II. Movement to a New Worksite
4-4. Dismantling for Movement
Disconnection of Accessory Components.
Disconnect all electrical cable assemblies
from receptacle panel and remote power panel (fig. 2-9)
and from shelters. Coil cable assemblies and secure
ends for stowage. Remove ground wire from electrical
system ground terminal E2. Close or install all
protective covers on connectors of receptacle panel and
remote power panel. Attempt to remove ground rod.
assemblies from return air inlets (fig. 1-1) and
conditioned air outlets (fig. 1-2). Install covers over air
inlets and outlets, secure covers with clamps. Visually
inspect duct assemblies for abrasions, holes, or other
damage. Separate conditioned air duct assemblies from
conditioned air duct coupling assemblies. Collapse duct
assemblies and secure in the collapsed position with
duct retaining assemblies.
Handle conditioned air duct assemblies with care to
avoid damage to fabric.
Close hot and cold water, and hot water
recirculating valves (fig. 4-4). Disconnect dual water
hose assembly, and waterrecirculating hose from water
inlet and outlet connection panel, and from water supply
and discharge points. Drain hose assemblies. Coil
hose assemblies and secure ends for stowage. Drain
power plant water system as follows.
Remove drain caps from hot water
tank vent drain, heat exchanger drain, and surge tank
drain. Open the hot waterrecirculating valve and the
hot and cold water outlet valves. Open the hot water
tank vent valve (fig. 1-11) until all water has drained
from system, then close vent valve.