Table 2-2. Troubleshooting (continued)
a. Adjust valve level by eye, a level is not
4. Any flow of fuel from overflow hose,
a. Valve too far out of level to operate
b. Remove valve. Takle outside tent, clean
b. Dirt under inlet float needle seat.
strainer and flush out valve. Do not
c. Remove valve and take outside tint.
c. Float sticks at time.
Remove valve cover and check movement
of float pivot mechanism. Replace valve
d. Remove cover and check float. If float
d. Defecive float in valve.
has any liquid in it, replace valve
Section XI. ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
guy lines from cotton cord, allowing 15 feet of cord for each
a. Removal. Refer
to figure 2-5 and remove the guy
c. Installation. Refer
to figure 2-5 and attach the guy
lines from the flue cap.
lines to the flue cap.
b. Repair. Replace guy lines as required. Manufacture
Section XII. SHIPMENT AND LIMITED STORAGE
f. Exterior Surfaces. Coat exposed ferrous metal sur-
of Equipment for Shipment
faces with type P-6 preservative (CL) conforming to Speci-
within Zone of Interior
a. General. Detailed instructions for the preparation
fication MIL-C-11796, Class 3. If the preservative is not
available, use Automotive and Artillery Grease (GAA).
for domestic shipment ar outlined within this paragraph.
g. Marking. Mark in accordance with MIL-STD-129.
Preservation will be accomplished in sequence that will not
require the operation of previously preserved components.
b. Inspection. Examine the item for any unusual condi-
a. General. This paragraph provides instructions for
tions such as damage or missing components. Inspect the
preparation of the space heater for limited storage, not to
space heater in accordance with steps outlined in Quarterly
exceed six months.
b. Inspection and Maintenance of Equipment in Stor-
and shortcomings along with corrective action taken, will
age. When space heaters have been placed in limited stor-
be recorded on DA Form 2404 (Refer to DA PAM 738-750).
age, all scheduled preventive maintenance services, includ-
c. Cleaning and Drying. Cleaning and drying by an
ing inspection, shall be suspended and preventive
approved technique is the first essential procedure in any
maintenance inspection shall be performed as specified
effective preservation process. Approved methods of clean-
herein. Perform quarterly preventive maintenance services
when the space heater is initially placed in limited storage
application are described in TM 38-230.
and every 90 days thereafter. Record all deficiencies and
shortcomings, together with corrective action taken, on DA
instructions on DA Form 2258 or DD Form 1397 as applica-
Form 2404. Required maintenance will. be performed
promptly to insure that the space heater is mechanically
e. Sealing of Openings. Openings that will permit the
sound and ready for immediate use.
direct entry of water into the interior of fuel lines, oil
burners, fittings, and float valves, shall be sealed with
pressure-sensitive tape conforming to Specification PPP-T-
60, Class 1, or covered with waterproof kraft wrapping
paper (UU-P-271) secured in place with tape.