CONTAINERIZED SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY (CSSL) MODEL A
DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
POWER ENTRY CONNECTORS
THIS SECTION COVERS:
CSSL not in operation
Wiping Rags (WP 0072 00, Table 1, Item 1)
Tools and Special Tools
Tags, Marking, (WP 0072 00, Table 1, Item 10)
Tool Kit, Electronic Equipment (WP 0045, Table 2, Item 3) Tape, El. Insul. (WP 0072 00 Table 1, Item 15)
Before proceeding with this procedure, check the 100AMP Pigtail
power cable for serviceability as described in TM 9-6150-226-13.
This equipment operates at High Voltages. Use extreme caution,
observe all warnings, and follow all safety procedures. Touching a
live wire can cause serious injury or death. The procedures in this work
package can be performed only by qualified civilian or military personnel
in MOS 51R, 52C, 52D, or 52G.
With all power supply cables disconnected from the power entry panel (1), remove rear cover (2) of panel.
Check the security of the crimped wires (3) on connectors J1 (4), J2 (5), and J4 (6) by pulling on each
wire. Check wires are tightly attached to the GFCI Receptacle (7). Check condition of wires. Note cuts,
chaffing or abrasions in the insulation where metal wires are exposed. Replace any defective wiring
before replacing an entry box connector. Refer to the wiring diagram, Figure 10, and end of manual.
Remove the front of circuit breaker panel #1 (8) and #2 (9) as described in work package 0032 00. With
power reconnected to the entry box connectors J1 (4) (upper) and/or J2 (5) (lower), use a multimeter set
to read AC voltage to check the availability of power at the main breakers (10) of the power distribution
box #1 (8) (connected to J1) and box #2 (9) (connected to J2).
To check the function of the GFCI receptacle J3 (7) and 60AMP Connector plug J4 (6), place circuit
breakers 29 on panel #1 (8) and circuit breaker 3 on panel #2 (9), respectively, in the ON position. Check
availability of power at the breakers. (Replace a defective breaker as described in work package 0032
00). If power is available at the breakers, test the GFCI and 60AMP receptacles from the outside with a
probe-type multimeter. Replace a defective plug or receptacle as described in the following procedures.