Table 1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for the CSSL-Continued.
Item to be
Equipment not ready/available if:
If vent fan (10) fails during operation,
cycle the switch. If no response, notify
Vent Fan inoperative or noisy.
If heater (11) fails during operation, rotate
the heater control knob (12) fully in both
directions. If no response, notify Unit
Space Heater inoperative.
If power fails during operation, check for
physical damage to the power entry panel
(17). Ensure that the cables are properly
connected (refer to WP 0005 00). If
connections appear secure and there is
still no power, notify Unit Maintenance.
Damaged power entry panel or connectors.
In adverse weather conditions check the
securing straps (16). Check for torn or
otherwise damaged fabric.
Torn fabric, loose straps, missing or damaged
Do not touch damaged circuit breakers.
Notify Direct Support Maintenance.
If a circuit breaker trips during operation,
open the circuit breaker panel (17) and
examine the circuit breakers. Note any
damage to the breakers and the panel. If
no damage is noted, activate the
breakers to determine if they function
properly. If the breaker trips again, notify
Damaged or non-functioning circuit breakers.
If power from the GFCI receptacle fails,
set the main circuit breaker (#10) in the
left side power distribution panel, to ON.
Set circuit breaker #17 to ON and test the
GFCI receptacle on the power entry panel
on the utility wall (18) by pushing the
TEST button. If the indicator light does
not activate, push the RESET button.
Repeat the test. If the receptacle does not
work, notify Unit Maintenance.
Damaged or non-functioning exterior GFCI