the air conditioner for physical damage to components and for oil leaks from the compressor. (Refer to paragraph 3-9 for
(2) Manually turn the fans to see that they turn freely with no rubbing or binding.
(1) The air conditioner should be mounted level and in the proper alignment with the shelter wall. The
evaporator air outlet and return should not be restricted by grilles or covers. Adequate space shall be provided at the front
and sides of the unit for the removal of panels for service and maintenance.
(2) Position the unit in location desired.
(3) Bolt the unit to the floor or other flat surface. Refer to the base plan (figure 3-1) for dimensions. An
additional fastening device is located on the upper rear side of the unit for additional mounting rigidity if required. Refer to
figure 3-2 for location of additional fastening device. Four drain plugs are located in the base of the unit, one on each
side, and on in front and one in the rear. Refer to figure 3-2 for location. Remove any one of the plugs from its drain
fitting and connect a drain hose to the fitting. Lay out the drain hose so that condensate drains away from the unit.
(4) If the unit is to be used with ducts carrying air to and from the conditioned space, remove front discharge
and intake grilles. Install grilles in the ducting.
(5) If a chemical biological filter unit is to be attached to the unit, remove the chemical biological inlet cover.
(Refer to figure 3-2.)
(6) The unit is equipped for 208 volt, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz power. Connect a source of 208 volt, 3-phase, 50/60
Hz power to the electrical receptacle connector. (Refer to figure 3-2.)
PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT.
a. Limited Movement. For movement for a short distance involving limited handling, it is necessary only to
detach the air conditioner from the shelter and disconnect the power cable.
b. Extensive Movement. Detach air conditioner from the shelter and disconnect the power cable. Seal all
openings in the cabinet with barrier material and sealing tape. Cover the entire cabinet with a protective barrier material.
Section III. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
GENERAL. Organizational Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are contained in table 3-1.
a. If your equipment fails to operate, troubleshoot with proper equipment. Report any deficiencies using the
proper forms, see TM 38-750.
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