Table 3-1. Operator/Crew Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont).
ITEM TO BE INSPECTED
PROCEDURE Check for and have ropaired, filled, or
EQUIPMENT IS NOT
adjusted as needed.
FUEL SYSTEM (Cont)
Give IMMEDIATE medical attention to
personnel exposed to hydrocarbon or
toxic vapors. Signs of distress are
weakness, nausea, coughing or
intoxication, nosebleed or cramps, or
other unusual symptoms. Qualified
personnel able to administer artificial
respiration and simple first aid must be
a. Visually inspect fuel system for signs of leakage.
Any fuel leakage is present.
b. Visually inspect fuel tank for damage.
Fuel tank damage which could re-
sult in fuel leakage.
c. Check fuel level in fuel tank.
Fuel tank is empty.
d. Drain fuel tank and close fuel tank cap vent
before putting tamper into carrying case.
a. Check throttle control for freedom of movement
Throttle binds or does not operate
and proper operation.
b. Check throttle cable for breaks, kinks, and wear.
Throttle cable is damaged.
a. Check cord for fraying and breaks.
Cord is frayed or broken.
b. Check rewind spring for proper recoil action.
Cord does not recoil.