every external lubrication operation, remove any
3-2, Detailed Lubrication Information
excess lubricant from the points of l pplbtion
and wipe away spilled lubricant.
sealed containars and stored in a clean dry place
d. Operation Immediately After Lubri-
away from external heat. Allow no dirt, dust, or
cation. Operate the unit for five minutas im-
water to mix with the lubricant at any time. Keep
mediately after lubrication. Inspect all parts for
all lubrication equipment clean and ready for use.
P o i n t s o f Lubrication.
e. Trailer Lubrication. Refer to TM 9-
2330-274-14 for lubrication of the trailer.
LO 10-3510-208-12. Always apply lubri-
R e f e r t o T M 5 + 1 5 -
cant s p e c i f i e d on t h e current lubrica-
275-14 for lubrication of the engine-generator.
c. Cleaning. Keep all external parts not
requiring lubrication clean from lubricant. After
P R E V E N T I V E MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
continued, All faults will be recorded, together
with the corrective action taken, on DA Form 2404
To insure that the laundry unit in ready for
(Equipment Inspection and Maintenance
operation at all times, it must be inspected
Worksheet) at the earliest possible opportunity.
systematically, so that faults may be discovered
and corrected before they result in serious damage
3-4. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Serv-
and failure. The necessary preventive maintenance
service to be performed are listed and described in
This paragraph contains a tabulated list of
preventive maintenance services which must be
sequence of minimum inspection requirements.
performed daily or weakly by the operator. The
Faults discovered during operation of the unit shall
item numbers are listed consecutively and indicate
be noted for future correction, to be made as coon
the sequence of minimum requirements.
as operation has ceased. Stop operation im-
mediately if a fault is noted during operation which
would damage the equipment if operation were
Table 3.1. Deleted