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TM-5-4120-259-15 Air Conditioner Horizontal Compact 9 000 BTU Trane Models Manual
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Figure   1.   Air   Conditioner,   Right   Front   View,   With   Shipping   Dimensions.
TM  5-4120-259-15 CHAPTER  1 INTRODUCTION Section  I. 1. Scope a. These  instructions  are  published  for  the use of the personel to whom air conditioner is issued.  Chapters  1  through  5  provide  informat- ion  on  the  operation,  preventive  maintenance services,  and  organizational  maintenance  of the equipment, accessories, components, and attachments.  Chapter  4  provides  information for direct and general support and depot main- tenance.   Also   included   are   descriptions   of main  units  and  their  functions  in  relation  to other   components. b.  Appendix   I   contains   a   list   of   publica- tions  applicable  to  this  manual,  Appendix  II contains   the   Maintenance   Allocation   Chart. Appendix  III  contains  the  list  of  Basic  Issue Items  authorized  the  operator  of  this  equip- ment  and  the  list  of  Maintenance  and  opera- ting  supplies  required  for  initial  operation. c. Numbers  in  parentheses  on  illustrations indicate  quantity.  Numbers  preceding  nomen- clature   callouts   on   illustrations   indicate   the preferred  maintenance  sequence. GENERAL d. Reporting  of  Equipment  Publication  Im- provements.  DA  Form  2028  (Recommended Changas  to  DA  publications)  shall  be  used for  reporting  discrepancies  and  recommenda- tions   for   improving   this   equipment   publica- tion.   The   form   shall   be   completed   by   the individual   using   the   manual   and   forwarded direct  to  Commanding  General,  U.  S.  Army Mobility Equipment Command, ATTN.: AMSME-MP, 4300 Goodfellow Blvd. St.  Louis,  Mo.  63120. 2. Record and Report Forms a. DA  Form  2258  (Depreservation  Guide  of Engineer   Equipment). b. For  other  record  and  report  forms  appli- cable  to  operator,  organizational,  direct  and general support and depot maintenance, refer to  TM  38-750. Note.  Applicable  forms,  excluding  Standard  Form 46 (United States Government Motor Vehicles Op- erator’s  Identifications  Card)  which  is  carried  by  the operator shall be kept in a canvas bag mounted on the  equipment. Section  II.  DESCRIPTION  AND  DATA 3.  Description a.  General.  The   York   Model   MA3-F23A air  conditioner  (figures  1,  2,  3  and  4)  is  a single package, base mounting unit designed primarily  for  use  in  van-type  enclosures  for providing   filtered,   conditioned   air   for   the effioient   operation   of   electronic   equipment and  the  comfort  of  personnel.  The  unit  is  de- signed  for  continuous  operation  with  varying loads. b. Evaporator Section.  The evaporator sec- tion,  located  in  the  top  portion  of  the  unit, contains  the  evaporator  coil,  evaporator  fan, drip   pan,   air    filters,   expansion   valve,   and dfipers  to  regulate  the  amount  of  fresh  and return  air  entering  the  air  conditioner. c.  Condenser  Section.  The  condenser  sec- tion  is  located  in  the  bottom  portion  of  the unit.  It  contains  the  hermetically  sealed  com- pressor,  condenser  coil,  condenser  air  inlet  and outlet  openings,  control  box,  condenser  fan, 1

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