Table 4-2. Unit Troubleshooting - cont.
TEST OR INSPECTION
4. TEMPERATURE INSIDE CONTAINER WILL NOT STABILIZE.
Check operation of refrigeration unit (TM 9-4110-252-14).
Troubleshoot refrigeration unit malfunctions in accordance with TM 9-4110-252-14.
5. GENERATOR SET NOT OPERATING PROPERLY.
Check generator set for proper power output TM 5-6115-585-12/34.
Troubleshoot generator set malfunctions in accordance with TM 5-6115-585-12/
Section V. UNIT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
This section contains instructions for performing unit level maintenance on the refrigerated container.
4-14. PERSONAL SAFETY.
To ensure safety of personnel, proper care should be used when handling assemblies and parts. Many assemblies are
heavy. The assistance of another person, lifting device, or other support equipment may be required to move or position
Personnel must remove all items of jewelry ( rings, bracelets, watches, necklaces etc) and loose clothing before working
on the equipment. Jewelry and loose clothing can get caught in moving equipment and result in injury to personnel.
Jewelry can cause electrical shorts or severe injury when working around electrical equipment.
When performing maintenance on the refrigerated container, keep in mind that the purpose of the equipment is to store
and transport perishable materiel, such as food. Cleaning fluids, lubricants, preservatives, paint or other chemicals must
not be allowed to contaminate the container. Clean container interior with only approved materials. Operate the
refrigerated container after performing maintenance. Make sure corrective action has been performed correctly.
4-15. PROPER EQUIPMENT.
Obtain proper equipment before beginning maintenance. This includes hand tools and/or special tools, receptacles for
storing small parts, and expendable materials required by the maintenance task.