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TB 600-1
D.
SEQUENCE OF ACTIVITIES AND ESTIMATED TIME
1.
State Reason for Class
(2 minutes)
The Army has many rules, regulations, policies, doctrine, and guides that must be followed during daily activities. These rules
were developed to protect you, the operator, as well as your equipment. During this lesson, we will discuss some of the rules
that apply to periodic maintenance requirements of your generator set.  We will also discuss specific maintenance
requirements for operating your generator set under unusual conditions. Maintenance is the responsibility of everyone.  In
combat it is often the key to a unit's efficiency and sometimes to it's actual survival.
In peacetime, a highly efficient
maintenance program is essential for maximum use of the Army's resources and to insure that equipment is operationally
ready.  You are all familiar with the term "Combat Ready" and to be "Combat Ready" you must have a combat ready
maintenance system for your generator set.
2.
Define preventive maintenance and state the purpose of the following levels of maintenance.
(4 minutes)
a.
Organizational
b.
Direct Support
c.
General Support
d.
Depot
3.
State the responsibilities of the crew/operator and the maintenance personnel
(1 minute)
within the organizational level.
4.
Have each student open the Technical Manual(s) to the Organizational Preventive Maintenance
(3 minutes)
Checks and Services. Insure each student has the correct page.
5.
State: The crew/operator will be required to assist the organizational maintenance
(10 minutes)
personnel in the following scheduled maintenance and services. Explain each.
Gasoline Engine Driven
Diesel Engine Driven
a.
Weekly
a.
Monthly
b.
Monthly
b.
Semiannual
c.
Quarterly (Engine only)
c.
Periodic hourly service
d.
Periodic hourly services
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