SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL. (CONT)
Perform needed depreservation. Prepare laundry unit for inspection and operation as
outlined on DA Form 2258. Make a thorough visual inspection of the laundry unit for loose or
missing mounting hardware, parts and components.
Perform the Daily and Before preventive maintenance checks and services. (Refer to TM
Lubricate the unit in accordance with LO 10-3510-220-12, Laundry Unit, Trailer Mounted.
For site and shelter requirements, refer to TM 10-3510-220-10.
CABLE DIAGRAMS, WIRE RUN LIST, AND CONTROL CIRCUITS.
Refer to Appendix E for wiring diagrams showing the electrical components and connecting wires of
each major appliance of the laundry unit.
Section IV. UNIT PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
(1) Systematic, periodic, Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are
essential to ensure that the Laundry Unit is ready for operation at all times. The purpose of a
preventive maintenance program is to discover and correct defects and deficiencies before they can
cause serious damage or complete failure of the equipment. Any effective preventive maintenance
program must begin with the indoctrination of operators to report all unusual conditions noted
during daily checks or actual operation to unit maintenance. All defects and deficiencies discovered
during maintenance inspections must be recorded, together with corrective action taken, on DA Form
2404 (Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet).
(2) Table 2-1 lists the unit preventive maintenance checks and services that should be
performed at monthly (or otherwise established) intervals. The PMCS items in the table have been
arranged and numbered in a logical sequence to provide for greater personnel efficiency and least
amount of required maintenance downtime.