Repeat startup procedures if any repairs have been made.
Turn the electrical power OFF when making repairs to any part of the unit. Refer
to shutdown, step d. of this procedure.
If motor operation is normal, the pump status lights on the Remote Status
Indicator Panel should be OUT (except for the 10 second flashing).
(c) Visually check the backwash impact sprinkler for proper operation (paragraph 2-15).
(14) Replace the treatment tank gasket and cover (paragraph 2-11).
Be sure the gasket is in place and the nuts securing the cover are tight. This will
prevent leakage should the tank become full.
(15) The sanitation unit should now be operational.
(1) Temporary electrical shutdown for maintenance purposes.
(a) Open the circuit breaker on the control module assembly (OFF
(b) Open the vessel's primary circuit breaker to the sanitation unit
(2) For prolonged shutdown, refer to paragraph 2-28.
SECTION III. UNIT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
Explanation of PMCS Table. PMCS is designed to keep the equipment ,in good working condition.
This is accomplished by performing certain tests, inspections, and services. Table 2-1 lists items to be
serviced and the procedures needed to accomplish the PMCS. The "Interval" column tells you when to perform
a check or service.If needed, PMCS may be performed more frequently than the indicated interval. The
"Procedures" column tells you how to perform the required checks and services. If your equipment does not
perform as required, see Table 2-2, Troubleshooting. Report any malfunctions or failures on DA Form 2404. In
the "TM" Number column on DA Form 2404, record the appropriate Item Number from the PMCS table.