INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
6. Unloading the Equipment
a. Remove any blocking or tie down that may secure the item to the
b. Use a
fork-lift or other available suitable material handling
remove the air conditioner from the carrier. The unit is
it may be loaded or unloaded manually if material handling
of size that
7. Unpacking the Equipment
a. Cut the metal straps, pull the nails, and remove the cover.
Remove the electrical cable from the container.
c. Carefully lift the air conditioner from the container.
Prepare the air conditioner for inspection and operation.
8. Inspecting and Servicing Equipment
a. Inspect the unit for external damage to panels, louvers, frame-
works and missing knobs.
b. Inspect the controls on the front panel for proper movement.
c. Remove the panels (para 39) and inspect for broken or loose com-
ponents, bent or broken tubing, oil leaks, or other signs of damage.
Correct all deficiencies or report them to your direct support mainten-
d. Refer to paragraph 25 and perform the daily preventative ser-
9. Installation or Setting-Up Instructions
a. The unit may be installed in a van, shelter, or any room through
an opening of 15 7/8 inches x 26 l/4 inches long or corrected to a
space through ducts. Be sure the unit is installed so there is no re-
striction on the air flow, so that the return air will collect the
greatest amount of warm air in the space to be cooled, and so as not to
interfere with personnel working with or operating the equipment.