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TECHNICAL MANUAL OPERATOR'S MANUAL FOR

ENGINEER MISSION MODULE - WATER DISTRIBUTOR (EMM - WD) NSN 3825-01-577-2713

MODULE - WATER DISTRIBUTOR (EMM - WD) NSN 3825-01-577-2713 DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A - Approved for public

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A - Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

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WARNING SUMMARY

GENERAL SAFETY CAUTION/WARNING SUMMARY

This list summarizes critical warnings. They are repeated here to let you know how important they are.

Study these warnings carefully.

They can save your life and the lives of personnel you work with.

If there is any doubt about handling tools, materials, equipment, and procedures, see TB 43-0216, Safety and Hazard Warnings for Operation and Maintenance of TACOM Equipment.

FOR INFORMATION ON FIRST AID:

Reference FM 4-25.11. (WP 0086)

MODIFICATION HAZARD

WARNING

Unauthorized modifications to, alterations to, or installations on this equipment are prohibited and are in violation of AR 750-10.

Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel or damage to equipment.

WARNING

injury or death to personnel or damage to equipment. WARNING BATTERY • To avoid eye injury,

BATTERY

To avoid eye injury, eye protection is required when working around batteries. Do not smoke, use open flame, make sparks or create other ignition sources around batteries. If a battery is giving off gases, it can explode. Remove all jewelry, such as rings, ID tags, watches and bracelets. If jewelry contacts a battery terminal, a direct short will result in instant heating of tools and/or damage to equipment. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Avoid electrolyte contact with skin, eyes, or clothing. If battery electrolyte spills, take immediate action to stop burning effects.

External: Immediately flush with cold running water to remove all acid.

Eyes: Flush with cold water for at least 15 minutes. Seek immediate medical attention.

Internal: Drink large amounts of water or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg, or vegetable oil. Seek immediate medical attention.

Clothing or Vehicle: Wash at once with cold water. Neutralize with baking soda or household ammonia solution.

Injury will result if acid contacts skin or eyes. Wear rubber apron to prevent clothing from being damaged. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

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WARNING SUMMARY - Continued

FIRE EXTINGUISHER

WARNING

WARNING SUMMARY - Continued FIRE EXTINGUISHER WARNING • Fire extinguisher contents are under pressure. Do not

Fire extinguisher contents are under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate.

DO NOT store at high temperatures above 120°F (49°C).

Avoid inhaling the extinguishing agent. Avoid inhaling smoke and fumes - all fires release toxic substances that are harmful. DO NOT remain in a closed area after use. Evacuate the area immediately and ventilate thoroughly before re-entering.

Although extinguishing agents are non-toxic when properly used, contact with them may cause irritation to eyes, nose, and throat and other allergic symptoms.

Failure to comply with the above warnings could result in injury or death to personnel or damage to equipment.

WARNING

injury or death to personnel or damage to equipment. WARNING SOLVENT CLEANING COMPOUND (DRYCLEANING SOLVENT) •

SOLVENT CLEANING COMPOUND (DRYCLEANING SOLVENT)

Solvent cleaning compound MIL-PRF-680 Type II and III may be irritating to the eyes and skin. Use protective gloves and goggles. Use in a well-ventilated area. Use respirator as needed. Accidental ingestion can cause irritation of digestive tract and respiratory tract, may cause lung and central nervous system damage. Can be fatal if swallowed. Inhalation of high/massive concentrations can cause coma or be fatal. First aid for ingestion: do not induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical attention. First aid for skin contact: remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention. First aid for eye contact: flush with water for 15 minutes or until irritation subsides. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention. First aid for inhalation: move to fresh air. If not breathing, provide artificial respiration. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention. Keep away from open flames and other sources of ignition. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

The flashpoint for Type II solvent cleaning compound is 141 to 198°F (61 to 92°C), and Type III is 200 to 241°F (93 to 116°C).

Improper cleaning methods and use of unauthorized cleaning solvents may result in injury to personnel and/or damage to equipment.

Fire extinguishers should be placed nearby when using solvent cleaning compound. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Cloths or rags saturated with solvent cleaning compound must be disposed of IAW authorized facilities' procedures. Failure to comply may result in injury to personnel.

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WARNING SUMMARY - Continued

Eye shields must be worn when cleaning with a wire brush. Failure to comply may result in injury to personnel.

If personnel become dizzy while using cleaning solvent, immediately get fresh air and medical help. If solvent contacts skin or clothes, flush with cold water. If solvent contacts eyes, immediately flush eyes with water and get immediate medical attention. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

WARNING

EXTREME HEAT

When mission requires the system operator and crew to remain stationary at an area or location in outside temperatures above 90°F (32°C), operator and crew must observe proper safety precautions to prevent heat stress injury. Refer to FM 21-10, Field Hygiene and Sanitation, and FM 4-25.11, First Aid for Soldiers, for proper precautions and preventive measures. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

EXTREME COLD

WARNING

result in injury or death to personnel. EXTREME COLD WARNING • DO NOT touch extremely cold

DO NOT touch extremely cold metal. Bare skin may freeze to cold metal. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Wear gloves when operating or handling metallic equipment that is wet or ice covered. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Exercise caution when working on the catwalk where snow or ice exists. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

WARNING
WARNING

LOAD HANDLING SYSTEM OPERATION

Check for overhead power lines or other obstructions before attempting LHS operations. LHS reaches a height of 18 ft (5.5 m). Injury or death to personnel could result if LHS contacts power lines.

Do not attempt loading or unloading operations on a side slope greater than 5 degrees and/or fore/aft slope greater than 20%. Prior to performing loading or unloading operations on slopes, determine if ground surface conditions permit safe loading or unloading operations. Slopes that contain snow, ice, loose gravel, or sand may not permit safe loading or unloading. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

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WARNING SUMMARY - Continued

Check ground conditions for firmness and extreme sideways inclination prior to picking up or off-loading a Water Distributor. Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment and injury or death to personnel.

Prior to and during any load or unload cycle, all personnel should stay clear of LHS. Failure to comply may result in damage to equipment and injury or death to personnel.

WARNING
WARNING

COOLING SYSTEM PRESSURE

Use extreme care when removing radiator pressure cap. Sudden release of pressure can cause steam flash. Slowly loosen cap to the first stop to relieve pressure prior to removing cap completely. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Use clean, thick waste cloth or like material to remove radiator pressure cap. Avoid using gloves, hot water soaks through gloves. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Wear suitable eye protection when working on vehicle cooling systems to avoid personal injury.

ENGINE STARTING

WARNING

systems to avoid personal injury. ENGINE STARTING WARNING • When engine is running during operations, all

When engine is running during operations, all personnel within 10 ft of the Water Distributor pump operator position are required to wear Army-approved hearing protection devices (HPDs). Failure to comply may result in hearing loss.

Before engine is started, always make sure that no personnel are in the danger area (moving parts on engine or machinery). Ensure that all safety guards are in place. Ensure that area is clear from loose parts. Never use any spray starting aids. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

FUEL

WARNING

may result in injury or death to personnel. FUEL WARNING • Diesel fuel is flammable. Do

Diesel fuel is flammable. Do not perform this procedure near fire, flame or sparks. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

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WARNING SUMMARY - Continued

DO NOT smoke or permit any open flame in area of Water Distributor while you are servicing fuel system. Be sure hose nozzle is grounded against filler tube during refueling to prevent static electricity. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

DO NOT perform fuel system checks, inspections, or maintenance while smoking or near fire, flames, or sparks. Fuel may ignite, causing injury or death to personnel, or damage to equipment.

Operating personnel must wear fuel-resistant gloves when handling fuels. If exposed to fuel, promptly wash exposed skin and change fuel-soaked clothing.

WARNING

wash exposed skin and change fuel-soaked clothing. WARNING HOT ENGINE Engine components become hot during normal

HOT ENGINE

Engine components become hot during normal operation. Allow engine to cool completely prior to performing this task. If necessary, use insulated pads and gloves. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

WARNING

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

in injury or death to personnel. WARNING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM • Ensure electrical power is off prior

Ensure electrical power is off prior to working on all electrical systems. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Remove all jewelry, such as rings, ID tags, bracelets, etc., prior to working on or around equipment. Jewelry and tools can catch on equipment, contact positive electrical circuits, and cause a direct short, severe burns, or electrical shock. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

WARNING

HOT EXHAUST

Exhaust pipes and muffler can become very hot during engine operation. Allow parts to cool and take care not to touch these parts with bare hands or allow body to contact exhaust pipes or muffler. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

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WARNING SUMMARY - Continued

WARNING

TM 5-3825-270-10 WARNING SUMMARY - Continued WARNING LIFTING OPERATIONS This section is applicable to all lifting

LIFTING OPERATIONS

This section is applicable to all lifting operations regardless of lifting equipment (crane, LHS, etc.) used.

All personnel must stand clear during lifting operations. A swinging or shifting load may cause injury or death to personnel.

Never crawl under equipment when performing maintenance unless equipment is securely blocked. Failure to comply may cause injury or death to personnel.

Keep clear of equipment when it is being raised or lowered. Failure to comply may cause injury or death to personnel.

Do not work on any item supported only by lift jacks or hoist. Always use blocks or proper stands to support the item prior to any work. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Do not lift a load greater than the rated load capacity of the crane or materiel handling equipment. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel or damage to equipment.

Do not allow heavy components to swing while hanging by lifting device. Failure to comply may cause injury or death to personnel.

Any part or component that weighs between 50 lbs (23 kg) and 75 lbs (34 kg) must be removed with the aid of an assistant. Any part or component that weighs over 75 lbs (34 kg) must be removed with the aid of an assistant and a lifting device. Failure to comply may cause injury or death to personnel.

Ensure all chains, hooks, and slings are in good condition and are of correct capacity. Ensure hooks are positioned correctly. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

WARNING

comply may result in injury or death to personnel. WARNING MOVING MACHINERY Use extreme care when

MOVING MACHINERY

Use extreme care when operating or working near moving machinery including running engine, rotating shafts, and other moving parts. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

Use extreme care when measuring voltage while engine is running around rotating fan blade and hot engine parts. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

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WARNING SUMMARY - Continued

WARNING

TM 5-3825-270-10 WARNING SUMMARY - Continued WARNING HEARING PROTECTION Wear single hearing protection (earplugs or

HEARING PROTECTION

Wear single hearing protection (earplugs or equivalent) while working around equipment while it is running. Failure to do so could result in damage to your hearing.

Seek medical aid should you suspect a hearing problem.

WARNING

medical aid should you suspect a hearing problem. WARNING EYE PROTECTION Wear safety goggles and use

EYE PROTECTION

Wear safety goggles and use caution when removing or installing springs, snap ring, retaining rings, and other parts under spring tension. These parts can act as projectiles, resulting in serious injury to personnel. Failure to comply may result in injury or death to personnel.

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NOTE: Zero in the “Change No.” column indicates an original page or work package.

Date of issue for the original manual is:

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HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY Washington, DC, 30 JUNE 2011

TECHNICAL MANUAL

OPERATOR’S MANUAL ENGINEER MISSION MODULE - WATER DISTRIBUTOR (EMM - WD) NSN 3825-01-577-2713

REPORTING ERRORS AND RECOMMENDING IMPROVEMENTS

You can help improve this publication. If you find any errors, or if you would like to recommend any improvements to the procedures in this publication, please let us know. The preferred method is to submit your DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) through the Internet, on the Army Electronic Product Support (AEPS) website. The Internet address is https://aeps.ria.army.mil. The DA Form 2028 is located under the Public Applications section in the AEPS Public Home Page. Fill out the form and click on SUBMIT. Using this form on the AEPS website will enable us to respond more quickly to your comments and better manage the DA Form 2028 program.

You may also mail, e-mail, or fax your comments or DA Form 2028 directly to the U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command. The postal mail address is U.S. Army TACOM Life Cycle Management Command, ATTN: AMSTA-LCL-MPP / TECH PUBS, 6501 E. 11 Mile Road, Warren, MI 48397-5000. The e-mail address is tacomlcmc.daform2028@us.army.mil. The fax number is DSN 786-1856 or Commercial (586) 282-1856. A reply will be furnished to you.

DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A - Approved for public release: distribution is unlimited.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

How to Use this Manual

Page No. WP Sequence No.

Chapter 1 - GENERAL INFORMATION, EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION, AND THEORY OF OPERATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

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Table 1.

List of Abbreviations

0001-2

Table 2.

Warning Icons

0001-4

EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA

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Table 1.

Equipment Data

0002-1

THEORY OF OPERATION

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Chapter 2 - OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS

LOCATIONS AND USE OF CONTROLS AND INDICATORS

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Table 1.

MAIN CONTROL PANEL

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Figure 1.

Control Panel

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Figure 2.

Control Panel

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Figure 3.

Control Panel

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Table 2.

CAB CONTROL PANEL

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Figure 4.

Cab Control Panel

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Table 3.

VALVES

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Figure 5.

Valves

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Figure 6.

Valves

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PREPARATION FOR OPERATION/ENGINE START-UP

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OPERATING LIGHTS

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Figure 1.

Operating Lights

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Figure 2.

Operating Lights

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Figure 3.

Operating Lights

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Figure 4.

Operating Lights

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LOADING/UNLOADING WATER DISTRIBUTOR ON PLS OR TRAILER

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FUELING

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Figure 1.

Fueling

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FIRE EXTINGUISHER OPERATION

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Figure 1.

Fire Extinguisher Operation

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PREPARATION FOR DUST CONTROL AGENT USE

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Figure 1.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 2.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 3.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 4.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 5.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 6.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 7.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 8.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 9.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 10.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 11.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 12.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 13.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 14.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 15.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 16.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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Figure 17.

Preparation For Dust Control Agent Use

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FILL WATER DISTRIBUTOR FROM OVERHEAD SOURCE

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Figure 1.

Fill Water Distributor From Overhead Source

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Figure 2.

Fill Water Distributor From Overhead Source

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Figure 3.

Fill Water Distributor From Overhead Source

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UNIVERSAL POWER INTERFACE KIT (UPIK) CONNECT/DISCONNECT

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Figure 1.

Connect UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 2.

Connect UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 3.

Connect UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 4.

Connect UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 5.

Disconnect UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 6.

Disconnect UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 7.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 8.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 9.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 10.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 11.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 12.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 13.

Connect Trailer UPIK to Prime Mover

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Figure 14.

Disconnect Trailer UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 15.

Disconnect UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 16.

Disconnect Trailer UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 17.

Disconnect Trailer UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 18.

Disconnect Trailer UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 19.

Disconnect Trailer UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 20.

Disconnect Trailer UPIK from Prime Mover

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Figure 21.

Connect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 22.

Connect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Connect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Connect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 25.

Disconnect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 26.

Disconnect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 27.

Disconnect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 28.

Disconnect Cab Control Box to Cab of Prime Mover

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DISCHARGE FROM GRAVITY SPRINKLER BAR

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Figure 1.

Discharge From Gravity Sprinkler Bar

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SPRINKLER HEAD ADJUSTMENT

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Figure 2.

2 Ft. Width

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40 Ft. Width

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Figure 5.

80 Ft. Width

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DISCHARGE FROM WATER TURRET ASSEMBLY

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Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 5.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 6.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 7.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 8.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 9.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 11.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 12.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 13.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 14.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 15.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 16.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 17.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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Figure 18.

Discharge From Water Turret Assembly

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DISCHARGE FROM SPRINKLER NOZZLES

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Platform

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Figure 8.

Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 9.

Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 10.

Application Chart. (Front)

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Figure 11.

Application Chart. (Rear)

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Typical Sprinkler Nozzle Water Delivery

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Figure 13.

Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 14.

Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Cab of Prime Mover

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Figure 15.

Discharge From Sprinkler Nozzles From Cab of Prime Mover

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DISCHARGE FROM HOSE REEL ASSEMBLY

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Figure 1.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 3.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 5.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 6.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 7.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 8.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 9.

Discharge From Hose Reel Assembly

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Figure 1.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 2.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 3.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 4.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 5.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 6.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 7.

Circulate Tank With Pump To Blend Or Rinse

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Figure 1.

Prime Fully Drained Pump

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Prime Fully Drained Pump

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Figure 3.

Prime Fully Drained Pump

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Figure 4.

Prime Fully Drained Pump

0019-4

Figure 5.

Prime Fully Drained Pump

0019-4

LOAD TANK AT STRAINER WITH SYSTEM PUMP AND 3" HOSE

WP 0020

Figure 1.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-1

Figure 2.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-2

Figure 3.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-2

Figure 4.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-3

Figure 5.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-3

Figure 6.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-4

Figure 7.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-5

Figure 8.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-5

Figure 9.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-6

Figure 10.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-7

Figure 11.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-8

Figure 12.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-9

Figure 13.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-9

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Figure 14.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-10

Figure 15.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-10

Figure 16.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-11

Figure 17.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-11

Figure 18.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-12

Figure 19.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-12

Figure 20.

Load Tank At Strainer With System Pump And Floating Strainer

0020-13

LOAD TANK AT STRAINER WITH EXTERNAL PUMP

WP 0021

Figure 1.

Load Tank At Strainer With External Pump

0021-2

Figure 2.

Load Tank At Strainer With External Pump

0021-3

Figure 3.

Load Tank At Strainer With External Pump

0021-4

Figure 4.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-5

Figure 5.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-5

Figure 6.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-6

Figure 7.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-6

Figure 8.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-7

Figure 9.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-7

Figure 10.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-8

Figure 11.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-9

Figure 12.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-9

Figure 13.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-10

Figure 14.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-10

Figure 15.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-11

Figure 16.

Load Tank At Strainer With Hydrant

0021-11

LOAD TANK WITH EXTERNAL 2.5" AND 5" HOSES

WP 0022

Figure 1.

Load Tank With External 2.5" Hose

0022-1

Figure 2.

Load Tank With 5" Hose

0022-2

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EMPTY TANK WITHOUT PUMP

WP 0023

Figure 1.

Empty Tank Without Pump

0023-1

Figure 2.

Empty Tank Without Pump

0023-2

Figure 3.

Empty Tank Without Pump

0023-2

Figure 4.

Empty Tank Without Pump

0023-3

Figure 5.

Empty Tank Without Pump

0023-3

FULLY DRAIN SYSTEM FOR COLD WEATHER

WP 0024

Figure 1.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-1

Figure 2.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-2

Figure 3.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-2

Figure 4.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-3

Figure 5.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-3

Figure 6.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-4

Figure 7.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-4

Figure 8.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-5

Figure 9.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-5

Figure 10.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-5

Figure 11.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-6

Figure 12.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-7

Figure 13.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-7

Figure 14.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-8

Figure 15.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-8

Figure 16.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-9

Figure 17.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-10

Figure 18.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-10

Figure 19.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-11

Figure 20.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-11

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Figure 21.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-11

Figure 22.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-12

Figure 23.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-12

Figure 24.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-13

Figure 25.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-13

Figure 26.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-14

Figure 27.

Fully Drain System For Cold Weather

0024-14

OPERATING IN EXTREME HEAT

WP 0025

OPERATING IN EXTREME DUST

WP 0026

OPERATING IN COLD ENVIRONMENT +45 DEGREES F to +33 DEGREES F (+7 DEGREES C to +1 DEGREES C)

WP 0027

Chapter 3 - TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES

GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING INSTRUCTIONS

WP 0028

TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM INDEX - OPERATOR MAINTENANCE

WP 0029

ENGINE DOES NOT CRANK

WP 0030

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0030-1

Figure 2.

Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 1

0030-2

Figure 3.

15-Amp Circuit Breaker - Step 2

0030-2

Figure 4.

Batteries And Battery Cables - Step 3

0030-3

ENGINE CRANKS BUT DOES NOT START

WP 0031

Figure 1.

Fuel Tank - Step 2

0031-2

Figure 2.

Air Filter Restriction Indicator - Step 3

0031-2

ENGINE STALLS

WP 0032

Figure 1.

Fuel Tank - Step 1

0032-1

Figure 2.

Air Filter Restriction Indicator - Step 2

0032-2

ENGINE WILL NOT INCREASE RPM

WP 0033

Figure 1.

Main Control Panel And Cab Control Box

0033-1

EXCESSIVE ENGINE VIBRATION

WP 0034

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Figure 1.

Tachometer - Step 1

0034-1

EXCESSIVE ENGINE NOISE

WP 0035

ENGINE OVERHEATS

WP 0036

Figure 1.

Engine Cover Grille - Step 2

0036-1

ABNORMAL EXHAUST

WP 0037

WATER PUMP DOES NOT OPERATE

WP 0038

Figure 1.

Petcock P1 - Step 2

0038-1

Figure 2.

Closure Cap C1 - Step 3

0038-2

EXCESSIVE WATER PRESSURE

WP 0039

WATER PRESSURE LOW

WP 0040

WATER PRESSURE ERRATIC

WP 0041

Figure 1.

Engine Speed, Water Inlet/Outlet Gauges - Step 1

0041-1

EXCESSIVE PUMP NOISE

WP 0042

Figure 1.

Valve V5 - Step 1

0042-2

WORK LIGHTS DO NOT OPERATE

WP 0043

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 2

0043-1

WATER DISTRIBUTOR DOES NOT OPERATE REMOTELY

WP 0044

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0044-1

Figure 2.

Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 1

0044-2

Figure 3.

15-Amp Circuit Breaker - Step 2

0044-2

NO POWER TO MAIN CONTROL PANEL

WP 0045

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0045-1

Figure 2.

15-Amp Circuit Breaker - Step 2

0045-2

Figure 3.

Batteries And Battery Cables - Step 3

0045-2

Figure 4.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 4

0045-3

Figure 5.

Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 4

0045-3

BATTERY VOLTAGE GAUGE INOPERATIVE

WP 0046

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Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0046-1

Figure 2.

Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 1

0046-1

BATTERY VOLTAGE GAUGE READS HIGH OR LOW

WP 0047

Figure 1.

Battery Voltage Gauge - Step 2

0047-2

MAIN CONTROL PANEL ENGINE OFF/BATTERY DRAIN INDICATOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE

WP 0048

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0048-1

Figure 2.

Battery Voltmeter Gauge - Step 1

0048-1

Figure 3.

15-Amp Circuit Breaker - Step 2

0048-2

Figure 4.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 3

0048-3

Figure 5.

Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 3

0048-3

ENGINE OFF/BATTERY DRAIN INDICATOR STAYS ILLUMINATED WHEN STARTING

WP 0049

ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE READS LOW

WP 0050

ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE READS HIGH

WP 0051

WATER PUMP INLET GAUGE INOPERATIVE

WP 0052

Figure 1.

Valve V1 - Step 1

0052-1

Figure 2.

Water Pump Inlet Gauge - Step 2

0052-2

WATER LEVEL HIGH INDICATOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE

WP 0053

Figure 1.

Water Level Indicator - Step 1

0053-1

Figure 2.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 2

0053-2

Figure 3.

Water Level High indicator - Step 2

0053-2

WATER LEVEL LOW INDICATOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE

WP 0054

Figure 1.

Water Level Indicator - Step 1

0054-1

Figure 2.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 2

0054-2

Figure 3.

Water Level Low Indicator - Step 2

0054-2

WATER LEVEL HIGH INDICATOR STAYS ILLUMINATED

WP 0055

Figure 1.

Water Level Indicator - Step 1

0055-1

WATER LEVEL LOW INDICATOR STAYS ILLUMINATED

WP 0056

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Figure 1.

Water Level Indicator - Step 1

0056-1

MANUAL WATER TURRET DOES NOT OPERATE

WP 0057

Figure 1.

Valve V6 - Step 1

0057-1

Figure 2.

Valve V1 - Step 2

0057-2

MANUAL WATER TURRET OUTPUT LOW

WP 0058

Figure 1.

Valve V6 - Step 1

0058-1

Figure 2.

Valve V1 - Step 2

0058-2

Figure 3.

Valve V5 - Step 3

0058-3

GRAVITY FED SPRINKLER BAR DOES NOT OPERATE

WP 0059

Figure 1.

Valve V8 - Step 1

0059-1

GRAVITY FED SPRINKLER BAR STREAM LOW

WP 0060

Figure 1.

Valve V8 - Step 1

0060-1

Figure 2.

Gravity Fed Sprinkler Bar - Step 2

0060-2

SPRINKLER HEADS DO NOT OPERATE

WP 0061

SPRINKLER HEAD OUTPUT LOW

WP 0062

Figure 1.

Valve V1 - Step 3

0062-2

Figure 2.

Valve V5 - Step 4

0062-3

WATER HOSE DOES NOT OPERATE

WP 0063

Figure 1.

Valve V1 - Step 1

0063-1

Figure 2.

Valve V7 - Step 1

0063-2

Figure 3.

Water Hose - Step 2

0063-2

Figure 4.

Water Pump Outlet Gauge - Step 3

0063-3

WATER HOSE OUTPUT LOW

WP 0064

Figure 1.

Valve V1 - Step 1

0064-1

Figure 2.

Valve V7 - Step 1

0064-2

Figure 3.

Valve V5 - Step 2

0064-3

Figure 4.

Water Hose - Step 3

0064-4

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Figure 5.

Water Pump Outlet Gauge - Step 4

0064-4

CAB CONTROL BOX ENGINE OFF/BATTERY DRAIN INDICATOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE

WP 0065

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0065-1

Figure 2.

Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 1

0065-2

Figure 3.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 2

0065-2

Figure 4.

Cab Control Box - Step 2

0065-3

Figure 5.

UPIK Air And Electrical Connections - Step 2

0065-3

Figure 6.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 3

0065-4

Figure 7.

Cab Control Box Engine Off/Battery Drain Indicator - Step 3

0065-4

CAB CONTROL BOX TACHOMETER DOES NOT OPERATE

WP 0066

Figure 1.

Tachometer - Step 1

0066-1

Figure 2.

Cab Control Box - Step 2

0066-2

Figure 3.

UPIK Air And Electrical Connections - Step 2

0066-2

Figure 4.

Cab Control Box Tachometer - Step 3

0066-3

CAB CONTROL BOX WATER LEVEL HIGH INDICATOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE

WP 0067

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0067-1

Figure 2.

Water Level High indicator - Step 1

0067-2

Figure 3.

Cab Control Box - Step 2

0067-2

Figure 4.

UPIK Air And Electrical Connections - Step 2

0067-3

Figure 5.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 3

0067-3

Figure 6.

Cab Control Box Water Level High Indicator - Step 3

0067-4

CAB CONTROL BOX WATER LEVEL LOW INDICATOR DOES NOT ILLUMINATE

WP 0068

Figure 1.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 1

0068-1

Figure 2.

Water Level Low Indicator - Step 1

0068-2

Figure 3.

Cab Control Box - Step 2

0068-2

Figure 4.

UPIK Air And Electrical Connections - Step 2

0068-3

Figure 5.

Emergency Stop Switch - Step 3

0068-3

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Figure 6.

Cab Control Box Water Level Low Indicator - Step 3

0068-4

CAB CONTROL BOX LIGHTS SWITCH DOES NOT OPERATE

WP 0069

Figure 1.

Cab Control Box - Step 2

0069-2

Figure 2.

UPIK Air And Electrical Connections - Step 2

0069-2

Chapter 4 - PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)

OPERATOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) INTRODUCTION

WP 0070

Table 1.

Leakage Definitions for PMCS

0070-2

Table 2.

Key

0070-3

Figure 1.

Dipstick

0070-3

Figure 2.

Water Turret Lube Points

0070-4

Figure 3.

Hose Reel Lube Points

0070-4

OPERATOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)

WP 0071

Table 1.

OPERATOR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)

0071-1

Figure 1.

Ladder

0071-2

Figure 2.

Petcock Valves

0071-3

Figure 3.

Engine

0071-4

Figure 4.

Engine Oil

0071-5

Figure 5.

Engine Coolant

0071-6

Figure 6.

Fuel/Water Separator

0071-8

Figure 7.

Engine Drive Belt

0071-9

Figure 8.

Air Cleaner

0071-10

Figure 9.

Batteries

0071-11

Figure 10.

NATO Slave

0071-12

Figure 11.

Connection Point C1

0071-13

Figure 12.

Hoses and Retaining Screws

0071-14

Figure 13.

Floating Strainer

0071-15

Figure 14.

Vent

0071-16

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Figure 15.

Tank

0071-16

Figure 16.

Water Level Indicator

0071-17

Figure 17.

Fuel Tank

0071-19

Figure 18.

UPIK Interface Kit

0071-20

Figure 19.

Stowage Box

0071-21

Figure 20.

Fire Extinguisher

0071-23

Figure 21.

Safety Chain

0071-24

Figure 22.

Folding Handrail

0071-25

Figure 23.

Control Box

0071-26

Figure 24.

Water Turret

0071-27

Figure 25.

Manhole Cover

0071-28

Figure 26.

Hose Reel

0071-29

Figure 27.

Sprinklers

0071-30

Figure 28.

Air Oiler

0071-31

Figure 29.

Air Actuators

0071-32

Figure 30.

Sprinkler Bar

0071-33

Figure 31.

Work Lights

0071-34

Figure 32.

Engine

0071-35

Figure 33.

Exhaust System

0071-36

Figure 34.

Controls and Indicators

0071-37

Figure 35.

Safety Chain

0071-38

Figure 36.

Work Lights

0071-39

Figure 37.

Sprinklers

0071-40

Figure 38.

Hose Reel

0071-41

Figure 39.

Sprinkler Bar

0071-42

Figure 40.

Engine

0071-43

Figure 41.

Air Filter Restriction Indicator

0071-44

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Figure 42.

Engine Oil Level

0071-45

Figure 43.

Hoses and Connection Point Covers

0071-46

Figure 44.

Floating Strainer

0071-47

Figure 45.

Tank

0071-48

Figure 46.

Fuel Tank

0071-50

Figure 47.

UPIK Interface Kit

0071-51

Figure 48.

Stowage Box

0071-52

Figure 49.

Ladder

0071-53

Figure 50.

Hose Reel

0071-54

Figure 51.

Sprinklers

0071-55

Figure 52.

Rollers

0071-56

Figure 53.

Sprinkler Bar

0071-57

Figure 54.

Exhaust System

0071-58

Figure 55.

Batteries

0071-59

Figure 56.

Fuel Tank

0071-61

Figure 57.

UPIK Interface Kit

0071-62

Figure 58.

Stowage Box

0071-63

Figure 59.

Air Filter

0071-64

Figure 60.

Sheet Metal and Frame

0071-65

Figure 61.

Air Lines, Hoses, and Wiring

0071-66

Figure 62.

Valves and Connection Point Covers

0071-67

Chapter 5 - MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

SERVICE UPON RECEIPT

WP 0072

BACK FLUSHING

WP 0073

Figure 1.

Back Flushing

0073-1

PREPARATION FOR TRANSPORT

WP 0074

Figure 1.

Preparation For Highway, Rail, Or Fixed Wing Air Transport

0074-2

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Figure 2.

Preparation For Highway, Rail, Or Fixed Wing Air Transport

0074-2

Figure 3.

Placing Water Distributor Back In Service After Highway, Rail, Or Fixed Wing Air Transport

0074-3

Figure 4.

Placing Water Distributor Back In Service After Highway, Rail, Or Fixed Wing Air Transport

0074-3

STOW/UNSTOW ROLLERS

WP 0075

Figure 1.

Stow Rollers

0075-1

Figure 2.

Unstow Rollers

0075-2

STOW\UNSTOW LADDER

WP 0076

Figure 1.

Unstow Ladder

0076-1

Figure 2.

Unstow Ladder

0076-2

Figure 3.

Stow Ladder

0076-2

Figure 4.

Stow Ladder

0076-3

STOW/UNSTOW RAILING

WP 0077

Figure 1.

Stow Railing

0077-1

Figure 2.

Stow Railing

0077-2

Figure 3.

Stow Railing

0077-2

Figure 4.

Unstow Railing

0077-3

Figure 5.

Unstow Railing

0077-3

Figure 6.

Unstow Railing

0077-4

STOW/UNSTOW HOSES

WP 0078

Figure 1.

Unstow Fill Hoses

0078-1

Figure 2.

Stow Fill Hoses

0078-2

Figure 3.

Unwind Hose Reel

0078-2

Figure 4.

Unwind Hose Reel

0078-3

Figure 5.

Retract Hose Reel

0078-3

Figure 6.

Retract Hose Reel

0078-4

Figure 7.

Retract Hose Reel

0078-4

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STOW/UNSTOW FLOATING STRAINER

WP 0079

Figure 1.

Unstow Floating Strainer

0079-1

Figure 2.

Stow Floating Strainer

0079-2

OPEN/CLOSE MANHOLE COVER

WP 0080

Figure 1.

Open Manhole Cover

0080-1

Figure 2.

Close Manhole Cover

0080-2

OPEN/CLOSE BATTERY BOX

WP 0081

Figure 1.

Open Battery Box

0081-1

Figure 2.

Close Battery Box

0081-2

OPEN/CLOSE ENGINE ACCESS COVERS

WP 0082

Figure 1.

Open Engine Access Cover

0082-1

Figure 2.

Close Engine Access Cover

0082-2

CLEANING

WP 0083

DATA PLATES AND STENCILS

WP 0084

Figure 1.

Data Plates

0084-1

Figure 2.

Data Plates

0084-1

Figure 3.

Data Plates

0084-2

Figure 4.

Stencils

0084-2

Figure 5.

Stencils

0084-3

Figure 6.

Stencils

0084-4

Figure 7.

Stencils

0084-5

Figure 8.

Stencils

0084-6

Figure 9.

Stencils

0084-7

Figure 10.

Stencils

0084-8

Figure 11.

Stencils

0084-9

Figure 12.

Stencils

0084-9

OUTER AIR FILTER ELEMENT REMOVAL/SERVICE/INSTALLATION

WP 0085

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Figure 1.

Air Filter Element Removal

0085-1

Figure 2.

Air Filter Element Removal

0085-2

Figure 3.

Air Filter Element Service

0085-2

Figure 4.

Air Filter Element Service

0085-3

Figure 5.

Air Filter Element Installation

0085-4

Figure 6.

Air Filter Element Installation

0085-4

Figure 7.

Air Filter Element Installation

0085-5

Chapter 6 - SUPPORTING INFORMATION

REFERENCES

WP 0086

COMPONENTS OF END ITEM AND BASIC ISSUE ITEMS LISTS

WP 0087

Table 1.

COMPONENTS OF END ITEM