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Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE - TM-5-4120-259-15_29
TM    5-4120-259-15 CHAPTER   2 INSTALLATION   AND   OPERATING   INSTRUCTIONS Section  I.  SERVICE  UPON 6.   Unloading   the   Equipment The   crated   air   conditioner   may   be   unloaded and   moved   by   any   means,   provided   the   unit weight   is   supported   by   the   base   platform. 7.   Unpacking   the   Equipment Caution:   So   that   the   unit   is   protected,   it should  be  left  crated  until  moved  to  the  loca- tion where it is to be installed. a.  General.  To   uncrate   the   unit,   remove   the nails   from   the   top   panel   and   lift   off   the   top. Remove  sides  in  a  similar  manner.  The  unit  is then   neady   for   inspection. b.   Depreservation.   Prepare   the   air   condi- tioner   for   inspection   and   operation   as   outlined on   DA   Form   2258,   (Depreservation   Guide   for Vehicles   and   Equipment)   attached   to   the equipment. 8.  Inspecting  and  Servicing  Equipment a.  Inspect   the   entire   air   conditioning   unit, including   motors,   fans,   controls,   etc.,   to   be certain   that   all   parts   have   been   received   and without  damage.  Report  any  deficiencies  to  the proper   maintenance   echelon. Caution:  Do  not  remove  tags  from  equip- ment until the instructions have been followed. Failure  to  follow  these  instructions  can  result in serious damage to the equipment. b.  Test   the   joints   in   the   refrigerant   circuit for  leaks  as  described  in  paragraph  93. 9.   Installation   Instructions a.  The   unit   may   be   supported   by,   or   sus- pended  from,  any  convenient  part  of  the  van  or RECEIPT  OF  EQUIPMENT trailer   capable   of   withstanding   a   concentrated load   of   approximately   550   pounds. b.  If   the   unit   is   to   be   mounted   near   a   wall or   partition,   allow   clearance   to   permit   removal of   panels. c.  Follow   the   base   plan   in   figure   6   in   se- lecting  a  suitable  location  or  in  constructing  an installation base. Lift unit by lifting rings (fig.   1). d.  Connect    a    1/2    inch    pipe    to    the    drain connections    on    the    bottm    right    side    of    the unit   to   remove   condensate   water.   Extend piping  or  hose  to  deposit  water  in  a  suitable location   or   container. e.  Be   sure   the   main   rotary   switch   on   the control   box   is   in   the   OFF   position,   and   con- nect  a  208  volt,  60  cycle,  3  phase  power  source to  the  main  power  connector  at  the  lower  right front   corner   of   the   unit. Warning:   The   air   conditioner   must   be grounded  prior  to  operation.  Connect  one  end of   a   number   6AWG   (American   Wire   Gage) copper  wire  ground  lead  to  an  underground metallic water piping system or a driven metal ground   rod   or   buried   metal   ground   plate. Connect  the  other  end  of  the  ground  lead  to the grounding bolt on the unit. f.  The   new   unit   should   not   require   serv- icing,   as,   it   is   shipped   completely   assembled and   ready   to   operate   when   power   is   applied. However,   if   any   defects   have   been   found during   the   inspection   of   the   equipment   they should   be   corrected   as   necessary   before   the unit   is   placed   into   operation. 7

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