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TM 55-1905-217-12
INTERVAL
Equipment will be reported
ITEM
B
D
A
M
Q
B/A Item to be inspected
Procedure
not ready (red) if:
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Communication
Conduct radio check to ensure
A N / U R C80 and
Equipment
satisfactory operation, see corn-
AN/URC92 is in-
AN/URC 80 (V) 1
mercial manual and TM 11-5820-
operative.
AN/URC 47
820-15. Ensure TAMMS forms
and records are accomplished
IAW TM 38-750.
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Life Jackets
Life jackets shall be inspected for
There is not on board one
rips, oil stains, broken straps,
life jacket for each
fiber deterioration and hull mark-
passenger/crew member.
ing of vessel. See AR 56-9 and
Reg 22, CG 227.
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Life Rings
Inspect for damage and proper
marking. Ensure marker lights
function when casing is turned
upside-down.
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Instrument:
A. Oil pressure
Inspect the gauge to ensure that
Gauge does not function,
gauge
functions correctly. If the oil
reads inaccurate
Oil
pressure gauge does not indicate
pressure below 27 PSI.
properly, stop the engine and in-
vestigate the cause.
1800 RPM:
Normal: 38:60 PSI
Minimum 27 PSI.
The ammeter should show a high
charging rate for the first few
minutes after starting until the
generator restores to the battery
the current used in starting. After
this period the ammeter should
register a zero or slight positive
charge with lights turned off. Any
unusual fall or rise in reading will
be investigated.
See that the tachometer is
operating properly and indicating
engine revolutions.
D. Coolant temper-
Engine temperature should in-
Temperature exceeds
ature gauge
crease gradually during the warm190F.
up period. Should high tempera-
tures exist, caused by a defect in
the cooling system the engine
should be stopped and the trouble
investigated. Normal engine cool-
ant temperature is 160 to 1850F.
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