CONTAINERIZED SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY (CSSL) MODEL A
DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE
THIS SECTION COVERS:
CSSL not in operation (WP 0005)
Tools and Special Tools
Tool Kit, Org. Maintenance, Common No.1
(WP 0045, Table 2, Item 2)
Wiping Rags (WP 0072, Table 1, Item 1)
Cable Ties (WP 0072, Table 1, Item 16)
This equipment operates at High Voltages. Use extreme caution. Ensure
float switch power cord is disconnected from the receptacle on the
curbside wall, and circuit breaker #10 in distribution panel #1 is set to
OFF. Touching a live wire can cause serious injury or death.
Before repairing or replacing the float switches, ensure all washers have completed their wash cycle. If
necessary, drain the wastewater tank so that the water level is below the shut-off switch, by removing and
reinstalling the drain plug as necessary. To repair a float switch power cord, remove and install the switch
as described below. Replace the power cord as described in work package 0074 Figure 4.
Replace the wastewater tank float switches as described below.
Disconnect the power cables (1) of the three float switches (2) from the curbside wall raceway. Cut the
cable ties (3). Loosen captive screws (4) on the wastewater tank lid (5) and remove lid. Feed the power
cord (1) of the switch to be replaced through hole (6) in wastewater tank cover. Remove cable clips (7)
from inside tank wall and retain. Remove the switch to be replaced from the interior bracket (8). Remove
the switch from the wastewater tank.