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Tool Kit, General Mechanics: Automotive (WP 0086
Quartermaster and Chemical Equipment Repairer
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This equipment operates at high voltages. Use extreme caution, observe all warnings,
and follow all safety procedures. Failure to observe safety precautions may result in
injury or death to personnel.
While different receptacles are used for the washers, pumps, and other outlets, the
testing procedure is the same.
1. Disconnect plug or plugs from receptacle (Figure 1, Item 1). Ensure power is connected and the
appropriate circuit breaker is on. Refer to Table 1 if necessary.
Table 1. Circuit Breakers for Receptacles.
Washer No. 1
No. 2 and No. 4
P-2 WTS Transfer Pump
Washer No. 2
No. 10 and No. 12
Waste Pump P-5
Automatic Soap Dispenser
If testing a GFCI receptacle, make sure the GFCI has been reset before proceeding.
2. If testing the washer receptacles, use a voltmeter set to read at least 250 VAC to check for 208 VAC
power at the receptacle inlets (Figure 1, Item 2). All other receptacles must be tested for 120 VAC.
3. If there is power at the receptacle (Figure 1, Item 1), no further test is required. If there is no power
at the receptacle, switch the circuit breaker to off and tag out.