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CHAPTER   2 INSTALLATION   AND   OPERATING   INSTRUCTIONS
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Figure   7.   Controls   And   Instruments.
TM  5-4120-259-15 Section II. MOVEMENT TO A NEW WORKSITE 10. Dismantling for movement In  general,  no  special  preparation  is  nec- eswary  for  moving  the  unit.  External  power cables should be disconnected and wcurwd b the unit so they will not become lost. Warning:  Make sure the power supply is off at the source before disconnecting the power supply  line. The  unit  should  be  moved  and  stored  in  its normal  or  flat  position. a. Short  Move.  For  a  short  distance  nmve, the  unit  need  not  be  crated.  However,  it  should Section III. CONTROLS 12.  General This  section  describes,  locates,  illustrates, and  furnishes  the  operator,  crew,  or  organi- zational  maintenance  pensonnel  sufficient  in- formation  about  the  vanious  controls  and  in- be handled carefully, covered if necessary, and protected sufficiently to prevent external dam- age  in  transit.  Paticular  attention  should  be given  to  the  protection  of  controls,  dampers and screens locatd on the panels of the unit. b.  Long  Distance  Move.  For  long  distance moves it is recommended that the unit be crated, and protected in a manner duplicating as nearly as possible the original crating. 11.  Reinstallation  after  Movement Refer  to  paragraphs  8  and  9. AND INSTRUMENTS struments   for   proper   operation   of   the   air conditioning  unit. 13. Controls and Instruments The location and purpose of the controls is illustrated  in  figure  7. Section IV. OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT 14.  General a. The  instructions  in  this  section  are  pub- lished  for  the  infomtion  and  guidance  of  the personnel responsible for the operation of the air  conditioner. b. The  operator  must  know  how  to  perform every operation of which the air conditioner is capable.  This  section  gives  the  starting  and stipping   instructions,   basic   functions   of   the air  conditioner,  and  coordination  of  the  func- tions  to  perform  the  specific  tasks  for  which the  equipment  is  designed.  Sitnoe  nearly  every job presents a dif f went problem, the operator may  have  to  vary  given  procedures  to  fit  the individual   job. 15.  Starting  the  Equipment a. Preparation   for   Starting. (1) (2) 8 The  equipment  shall  have  been  ini- tially  checked  out  and  installed  ac- cording to paragraphs 8 and 9. Perform  the  daily  preventive  mainte- nance services (para 29). (3)  Connect  power  and  remove  left  side access  panel. (4)  Turn  rotary  control  switxh  to  COOL, then  to  OFF,  and  check  to  see  that both   fans   are   rotating   in   the   right direction. Note.  Backward  rotation  of  one  or  both motors  indicates  incorrect  wiring or power connection (5)  Replace  all  panels  before  operating. b.  Starting  and  Operation.   Refer  to  figure 8 for starting and operating instructions. 16.  Stopping  the  Equipment Refer  to  figure  9  for  stopping  instructions. 17.  Operation  Under  Usual  Conditions There are no special controls necessary to adapt the air conditioning unit to extreme con- ditions. Refer to paragraphs 18 through 23 for information on precautions which may be nec- essary   for   efficient   operation   in   extreme conditions.

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