Table 2-2. Troubleshooting - CONT
TEST OR INSPECTION
20. No chlorine bleach being supplied to the treatment tank.
Check to see if there is no bleach in storage tank.
Chemical Hazard. Avoid contact with skin and splashing in eyes.
Check storage tank for leaks. Replace tank if necessary (para. 2-26).
Check to see if metering valve is closed. Open metering valve by turning
counterclockwise (FIGURE 1-1 and Item 5 of this table).
Check for restricted supply. Check line for restriction and clear as necessary.
Check to see if chlorination (bleach) solenoid valve is defective. Replace solenoid
valve (paragraph 2-25).
SECTION V. UNIT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
2-9. General. The maintenance procedures in this section provide step-by-step instructions in the order in
which the work is most logically accomplished. The following general safety precautions apply to the Marine
Sanitation device and must be observed when performing all maintenance procedures in this chapter.
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD. Putrefaction of organic matter in the sewage
system will cause disagreeable odors and an oxygen deficient atmosphere. Do not
remove access covers until fresh air from a known outside source has been
supplied to the surrounding area ventilation.
CHEMICAL HAZARD. Effulent contains bleach. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
Avoid prolonged breathing of fumes.