d. Remove protective caps, plugs, inserts, wrappings, and tape when inspection/inventory is completed.
Inspect piping openings for damage. Wipe off dirt, grease, or protective films at time of installation.
e. Remove chocks from resilient mounted components.
4-5. Initial Setup Procedure. Includes operational checks and inspection that are not performed for a routine
startup. Direct support maintenance personnel will perform initial setup in accordance with the operator's
manual, TM 55-1905-223-10.
4-6. Normal Startup. Refer to the operator's manual, TM 55-1905-223-10.
4-7. Shutdown Procedure (Usual or Unusual). Refer to the operator's manual, TM 55-1905-223-10.
SECTION III. INTERMEDIATE GENERAL SUPPORT PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
4-8. PMCS. There is no PMCS at the general support level. See Chapter 2, Section III.
SECTION IV. INTERMEDIATE GENERAL SUPPORT TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
4-9. Symptom Index. Both a symptom index and a troubleshooting table are provided. This symptom index
will help you locate the information you need for troubleshooting.
PROPELLERS AND SHAFTS
Erratic vibration, not attributed to
shaft rpm or propeller blade
Objectionable shaft vibration
Stern tube hot to touch
4-10. Troubleshooting. Table 4-1 lists the common fault conditions that may be found during operation or
maintenance of the equipment. Look for causes and do corrective actions in the order listed. This manual
cannot list every symptom that may show up, and it cannot list all the possible causes and corrective actions. If
a symptom is not listed, or if it keeps up after you have performed the corrective actions, notify your supervisor.