4-3. Unpacking Bath Unit
a. Use extreme care when unpacking and installing
c. Check the components of the bath unit with the
separately packed components or items of equipment.
basic issue item list in appendix C to assure that bath
unit is complete.
b. Remove all protective tape and materials used
in packing the bath unit, including the water and fuel
d. Remove with SD (solvent, dry-cleaning) the
preservation compound which has been sprayed on all
metal surfaces. Because this compound is not a
lubricant, take special care to remove it completely from
all wearing surfaces.
Figure 4-2. Hose assemblies mounted
on water heater and baseboard.
4-4. Unloading Bath Unit From Baseboard
tached to one of the lifting handles on the water heater.
Observe all precautions noted on the shipping tag.
Unload the bath unit from the baseboard and set it up
4-5. Inspecting and Servicing Bath Unit
the bath unit. Perform also the preventive maintenance
services and the lubrication services for the generator
as described in the technical manual listed in appendix
a. Carry out a complete visual inspection of the
overall bath unit, taking special notice of any damaged
A. The services performed
at this time will begin the
cycle of regularly scheduled preventive maintenance
or missing parts which might have been sustained in
transit. Read any warning on the shipping tag to
determine the condition in which the bath unit was
shipped. The tag should be at-
Section II. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
organizational personnel for the maintenance of the
Tools, equipment, and repair parts issued with or
Maintenance Repair Parts
authorized for the bath unit are listed in the basic issue
Repair parts and equipment for organizational
4-7. Special Tools and Equipment
maintenance for the bath unit are found in TM 10451-0-
No special tools or equipment are required by