CONTAINERIZED KITCHEN (WITH TRAILER)
UNIT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
THIS SECTION COVERS:
Inspect, Replace, Repair
Winch Removal/Replacement procedures are dependent on winch failure condition/position. CK
Setup Procedures are altered as described later in this Work Package. For all other procedures,
CK is set up for operation.
Protective Leather Safety Gloves
This procedure contains information and instructions for inspecting and making repairs to the
Shelter Assembly. Refer to WP 0034 00 for repair parts information.
: Follow the Shelter Expansion procedure
in WP 0006 00
to lower the applicable
wing until the orange safety strap is almost tight. The orange safety strap is to be replaced if it
is broken, frayed at the edges or it is evident that the strap will not support the weight of the
shelter floor as it is being lowered. There is no repair for the safety strap. It must be replaced.
Refer to the following section for the replacement procedure.
Winch Assembly and Cable: Follow the Shelter Expansion or Wing Closure procedure as
applicable to lower or raise each wing. The winch should provide a smooth and even cranking
operation. If a rough, intermittent, erratic or binding operation occurs, a determination of whether
the fault is in the cable or winch assembly should be made. Open the bottom winch assembly
access panel located inside the CK and to the left of the personnel access door. Check that the
winch cable is evenly wound on the winch cable reel. Check the winch cable at each end of the
side wings where the cable is visible. Look for kinks or broken wires on the cable. A wire is the
smallest individual metal cord that, when combined with a specific number of other wires,
constitutes a strand (see Figure 1).