Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
a l l metal surfaces. Because this compound is not a
lubricant, take special care to see that it is com-
W h e n either a new or a used heater is received by
pletely removed from all wearing surfaces.
a n organization, it must be serviced as described in
or s y s t e m
T h e s e services will be performed by organizational
lubrirant as indicated on the lubrication order LO
4-3. Preventive Maintenance Services
a. R e m o v e t a p e , p a p e r , o r o t h e r p a c k i n g . U s e
The organization mechanic will perform the
e x t r e m e c a r e w h e n u n p a c k i n g a n d installing
preventive maintenance services that are described
separately packed components.
b. R e m o v e , w i t h S D ( s o l v e n t , d r y c l e a n i n g ) , t h e
time will begin the cycle of regularly scheduled
preventive maintenance services.
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
f r o m the retracted position by adjusting the wheel
retracting handle and place them in wheeling
a. M a k e s u r e t h e h e a t e r i s c l e a n a n d f r e e f r o m
soot and dirt.
b. D r a i n f u e l f r o m t a n k , l i n e s a n d b u r n e r .
Reinstallment after Movement
c. R e m o v e e x h a u s t e x t e n s i o n s t a c k , 6 - i n c h a n d
Reinstall the heater at the new site as directed in
12-inch canvas ducts and stow.
d. If unit is being moved to a new site in the
same area, it can be-hand wheeled. Extend wheels
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
4-7. Basic Issue Tools and Equipment
No special tools and equipment are required by
Authorized tools and equipment for the heater
engine are listed in TM5-2805-256-14.
forming maintenance on the heater.
The organizational maintenance repair parts are
listed and illustrated in TM5-2805-256-24P.
Section IV. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
For lubrication instructions refer to the lubrication