heater assembly, heater installation, ser-
f r a y e d , worn,
or broken condition. Refer
v i c i n g , and replacement of heater com-
to organizational maintenance for replace-
ment of guy ropes.
Guy Lines Inspection
I n s p e c t the guy lines for evidence of a
Table 3-1. Preventive Maintenance
Checks and Services
M - Monthly
B - Before operation
A - After operation
D - During operation
W - Weekly
Q - Quarterly
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Item to be Inspected
Inspect for proper alinement
Clean carbon from grate
Inspect for leaks and damage
Inspect tube for looseness and
damage to tube threads.
Inspect hose for breaks and
Secure hose connections
Clean carbon deposits from burner
body and burner cap.
Inspect valve for leaks
holes and clogged pipe.
and carbon from pipes
holes and clogged cap
worn or frayed con-
b. Cleaning, Inspection and Testing.
(1) Clean the soot and carbon from the
connect the guy lines attached to the draft
d i v e r t e r . Remove the draft diverter from
(2) Inspect the pipe section for holes,
dents, clogged condition, evidence of rust-
b. Cleaning and Inspection.
ing, and loose fitting joints. Replace defec-
(1) Clean the soot from the draft di-
tive pipe sections as required.
(2) Inspect the draft diverter for holes
tach the exhaust pipe sections to the space
and clogged condition. Replace a defective
heater body. Reconnect the guy lines.
3-22. Adapter Kit (Liquid Fuel)
(3) Inspect the guy lines for service-
ability. Refer to organizational maintenance
Fuel can must be taken down from
for replacement of the guy lines.
the support (before releasing can)
to preclude fuel spillage.
install the draft diverter on the exhaust
pipe and reconnect the guy lines.
move the adapter from the fuel can. Dis-
connect the fuel hose.
(1) Inspect the adapter for damage,
proper assembly, fuel leaks, and a defec-
Compress t h e telescoping p i p e
sections into the lower section of
(2) Replace a defective adapter.
the pipe. Rotate the lower section
of the pipe to disengage the heater
stall the adapter on the fuel can. Reconnect