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BULB REPLACEMENT FOR RUN INDICATOR LIGHT
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TM-5-4120-359-14 Air Conditioner Split Package 18 000 BTU/HR Cooling 30 000 BTU/HR Heating 208 Volt 3 Phase 400 Hertz Manual
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Chapter 4. DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
TM 5-4120-359-14
Section VI PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
3-31. GENERAL
a. See paragraph 3-6 for removal instructions.
b. DELETED
c.  Condensate drains (2), one each side, should be cleaned out with gage brush. They should be plugged with
original pipe plugs, if available, or covered with tape to prevent entrance of foreign objects and insects
3-32. ADMINISTRATIVE STORAGE OF EQUIPMENT
See TM 740-90-1. Administrative storage is short term storage - 1 to 45 days. It covers storage of equipment which can
be readied for mission performance within 24 hours. Before placing an item in administrative storage, the next scheduled
preventive maintenance checks and services should be performed, all known deficiencies corrected, and all current
modification work orders applied. The administrative storage site should provide required protection from the elements
and allow access for visual inspection when applicable.
3-33. INTERMEDIATE STORAGE
Storage of 46 to 180 days. No special handling is required other than protection from damage and the elements. Place
the air conditioner in a dry, covered area.
3-34. LONG-TERM OR FLYABLE STORAGE
There is no time limit for this type of storage.
a. Bolt the air conditioner to a wood skid base. If the original shipping skid base was kept, use it. If not, fabricate a
new one.
b. Wrap the air conditioner with two layers of heavy plastic sheet or barrier paper.
c.
Tape and trap the wrapping in place.
d. Mark the air conditioner per standard Army Procedures.
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