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TABLE 4-1. ORGANIZATIONAL PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) - continued - TM-5-4120-347-140056
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Para
Item
Item To Be
Procedures
Ref.
lnspected/Serviced
No.
a. Wipe or vacuum all dust and dirt from fan and motor,
Condenser Fan and Motor
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and all other components and surfaces in the
immediate area.
b. Inspect the fan for damage or bent blades, the motor for
signs of overheating, and all mounting hardware for
tightness and security.
c. inspect the wiring harness for damage or chafing, and
all electrical connections for tightness.
--
a. Wipe or vacuum all dust or dirt from the compressor
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Compressor
canister, and all other remaining components and
surfaces in the lower section of the cabinet.
b. Inspect the compressor crankcase heating element
--
and associated thermostat for condition.
c. Inspect wiring harness for damage or chafing, and all
electrical connections for tightness.
d. Check all mounting hardware for the compressor for
--
tightness and security.
Condenser Discharge Air
a. Check all mounting hardware and linkage connections
14
for tightness,
Louver, Linkages and
Actuator
b. Clean and lubricate as necessary.
c. InstalI the condenser air inlet guard and the top rear
cover.
a. Wipe all surfaces clean.
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Covers, Nameplates and
b. Check that all Warning and instruction plates are in
Housing
and
place and legible.
c. Replace missing or illegible plates.
d. Check that all covers are in place, that there is no
missing or loose hardware and no dents, breaks or
damage that would be a hazard or interfere with unit
operation.
Fabric Cover
a. Roll down the cover and inspect for tears, cracks, or
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any other sign of damage or deterioration.
b. If the necessity of washing is indicated, use fresh
water with a small amount of a mild detergent,
c. Reroll and secure the cover in the stowed position. If
the cover was washed, be sure it is thoroughly dry
before rerolling.
Do not check operation in COOL mode until
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Operational Checks
after input power has been reconnected for a
sufficient time to eliminate any danger of
liquid refrigerant accumulation in the
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