ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
pletely removed from all wearing surfaces.
c. If any component or system contains preser-
vative oil, drain the oil. Fill with proper lubricant as
When either a new or a used heater is received by an
indicated on the lubrication order LO 5-2805-256-14.
organization it must be serviced as described herein
d. The organization mechanic will perform the
to prepare it for operation. These services will be
preventive maintenance services that are described
performed by organizational maintenance personnel.
herein. The services performed at this time will
a. Remove tape, paper, or other packing. Use ex-
begin the cycle of regularly scheduled preventive
treme care when unpacking and installing separately
b. Remove with approved cleaning solvent, the
There is no installation required for the heater as it
all metal surfaces. Because this compound is not a
is a portable unit. For setting the unit up to operate
lubricant, take special care to see that it is com-
Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE
d. If unit is being moved to a new site in the
Dismantling For Movement
same area, it can be hand wheeled.
a. Make sure the heater is clean and free from
soot and dirt.
4-4 Reinstallation after Movement
b. Drain fuel from tank, lines and burner.
Reinstall the heater at the new site as directed
c. Remove 6-inch and 12-inch canvas ducts
Section III. REPAIR PARTS, SPECIAL
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Repair parts and equipment are listed and
illustrated in the repair parts manual covering
No special tools or equipment are required by
organizational maintenance for this heater. (TM 5-
organizational maintenance personnel for per-
forming maintenance on the heater. Authorized tools
and equipment for the heater engine are listed in
The organizational maintenance repair parts for the
engine are listed and illustrated in TM 5-2805-256-
Section IV. LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
For lubrication instructions for the heater
Lubrication instructions for the engine may be
found in LO 5-2805-256-14.
Section V. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
CHECKS AND SERVICES
ment. When defects are discovered during operation
of the equipment, they must be corrected as soon as
Preventive maintenance services are the minimum
operation has ceased. If continued operation would
inspections which are performed to insure that
result in damage to the equipment, the defects must
defects may be discovered and corrected before they
be corrected at once. All deficiencies that are
result in serious damage to or failure of the equip-