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TM 55-1905-223-24-9
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.
2-5. Initial Setup Procedure. Includes operational checks and inspections 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-
2-6. Normal Startup. Refer to operator's manual, TM 55-1905-223-10.
2-7. Shutdown Procedure (Normal or Emergency). Refer to operator's manual, TM 55-1905-223-10.
2-8. Explanation of PKCS 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 Item Number column on DA Form 2404,
record the appropriate Item Number from the PMCS table.


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