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TB 600-1
6.
Explain to each group of students the items to be inspected and the inspection
(15 minutes)
procedures of the organizational preventive maintenance checks and services listed above.
7.
Explain how to prepare DA Form 2404.
(5 minutes)
8.
Have an organizational repairman assist each group of students perform a lubrication service.
(15 minutes)
Gasoline Engine Driven
Diesel Engine Driven
Lubrication Service - 50 hours
Lubrication Service - 100 hours
9.
Have each student open the Technical Manual to the Operating Under Unusual Conditions
(10 minutes)
Explain why it is important to learn how to operate a 5KW generator set under unusual conditions
The following conditions will be addressed.
a.
Operation in extreme cold
b.
Operation in extreme heat
c.
Operation in dusty or sandy area
d.
Operation in rainy or humid area
e.
Operation in high altitudes (gasoline only)
f.
If your unit is located in one of the extreme conditions, use this time for further discussion.
10.
Have each student open the Technical Manual to the Consumable Operating and
(5 minutes)
Maintenance Supplies. Explain the Consumable Operating and Maintenance Supplies.
11.
Have each student open the Technical Manual(s) to the Operator Troubleshooting Chart
(10 minutes)
Explain the importance of operator troubleshooting and discuss the troubleshooting tables in the following Technical Manual(s)
CAUTION
ONLY DISCUSS THOSE MALFUNCTIONS, PROBABLE CAUSES, AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS THAT
ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OPERATOR.)
Gasoline Engine Driven
Diesel Engine Driven
a.
TM 5-6115-332-14
a.
TM 5-6115-584-12
b.
TM 5-2805-258-14
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