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Section   IV.   OPERATOR   MAINTENANCE
CHAPTER   3 OPERATOR   AND   ORGANIZATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS TM    5-4120-259-15 MAINTENANCE Section   I.   SPECIAL   TOOLS   AND   EQUIPMENT 24.  Special  Tools  and  Equipment ized   for   the   air   conditioner   are   listed   in   the No  special  tools  or  equipment  are  required Basic   Issue   Items   List,   Appendix   III   of   this by   the   operator   or   organizational   maintenance manual. personnel   for   maintenance   of   the   air   condi- tioner. 26.    Organizational    Maintenance 25.  Basic  Issue  Tools  and  Equipment Repair  Parts Tools  and  repair  parts  issued  with  or  author- This   paragraph   is   not   applicable. Section   II.   LUBRICATION 27.   General   Lubrication   Information There   are   no   lubrication   responsibillities   for   organizational   maintenance   personnel   on   this   air conditioner. Section   III.   PREVENTIVE   MAINTENANCE   SERVICES 28.   General To   insure   that   the   air   conditioner   is   ready for   operation   at   all   times,   it   must   be   inspected systematically,   so   that   defects   may   be   discov- ered  and  corrected  before  they  result  in  serious damage   or   failure.   The   necessary   Preventive Maintenance   Services   to   be   performed   are listed   and   described   in   paragraphs   29   and   30. The   item   numbers   indicate   the   sequence   or minimum    inspection    requirernentw Defeots discovered   during   operation   of   t   unit   shall be   noted   for   future   correction,   to   be   made   as soon   as   operation   has   ceased.   Stop   operation immediately   if   a   deficiency   is   noticed   during operation   which   would   damage   the   equipment if   operation   were   continued.   All   deficiencies and   shortcomings   will   be   recorded   together with   the   corrective   action   taken   on   DA   Form 2404   (Equipment   Inspection   and   Maintenance Worksheet)   at   the   esrliest   possible   oppor- tunity. 29.   Daily   Preventive   Maintenance   Services a.  This   paragraph   contains   an   illustrated tabulated   listing   of   preventive   maintenance services   which   must   be   performed   by   the   op- erator.   The   item   number   are   listed   consecu- tively  and  indicate  the  sequence  of minimum requirements.   Refer   to   figure   10   for   the   Daily Maintenance   Services. 13

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