Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF MATERIAL
2-1. Inspecting and Servicing the Equipment.
Always be sure that the generator is not operating
before attempting to connect or disconnect the power
cable. Check to see that all switches are in the "off" or
"open" position and that there is no input on the load.
(a) Inspect container doors and weather
(Before connecting to external power source, ensure
seals for damage.
that the circuit breaker or switch on external power
(b) Inspect roof, sides and front for
source is in the "off" or "open" position.)
(c) Inspect all painted surfaces for
Ensure that the container is properly grounded when
used with an external power source.
(d) Inspect floor drain hoses for damage,
(e) Inspect the temperature recorder for
Refer to TM 9-6115-642-10/24 for the Generator Set
(f) Inspect exhaust line extensions for
switches, and TM 5-4110-231-14 for the refrigeration
damage and tight connection to generator set.
(g) Inspect auxiliary fuel tank and line
for obvious damage and line connection tightness at both
receptacle end of 5 ft. generator power cable (Figure 4-
15) to connector end of refrigeration unit power cable.
(2) Refrigeration Unit.
box terminals on generator set (TM 9-6115-642-10/24) to
Refer to TM 5-4110-231-14 for inspecting and servicing
obtain 208-vac, three phase power. Plug connector on
outlet of rear left of the TQG.
(3) Generator Set.
Refer to TM 9-6115-642-10/24 for inspecting and
Observe color-coding applicability noted on wiring
Perform daily preventive maintenance checks and
unit runs backwards, immediately stop operation and
reverse any two of the three lead connections (A,B,C)
2-2. Equipment Conversion.
c. External Power Connections.
a. General. Electrical power required to operate
the refrigeration unit is supplied from the generator set or
an external source. The power source conversion is
accomplished by changing cable connections.