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ARMY   TM   9-2805-256-14 AIR   FORCE   TO   38G2-102-2 NAVY   NAVFAC   P-8-611-14E C A U T I O N Equipment   operation   is   allowable   with   minor   leakage   (Class   1   or   II)   of   any   fluid   except fuel.   Of   course,   consideration   must   be   given   to   the   fluid   capacity   in   the   item   being checked/inspected.   When   in   doubt,   notify   your   supervisor. When   operating   with   Class   I   or   II   leaks,   continue   to   check   fluid   level   more   often   than required   in   the   PMCS.   Parts   without   fluid   will   stop   working   and/or   cause   equipment d a m a g e . Class   Ill   leaks   should   be   reported   to   your   supervisor   or   unit   maintenance. f.  Painting   Touch-up   engine   as   needed.   Refer   to   TM   43-0139   for   specific   painting   procedures. Table   2-1.   Operator   Preventive   Maintenance   Checks   and   Services   (PMCS). B -     B e f o r e D   -   During A   -   After Interval Item Item   to   be   Inspected Equipment   is   Not No . B D A Procedure Ready/Available    If 1 l E N G I N E a.   Visually   inspect   engine   for   signs   of damage    or    missing    parts. l l b.   Inspect   engine   for   evidence   of   fuel   or   oil Class   III   oil   leak,   or   Class   I   fuel   leak   is leaks. detected. l c.   Check   fuel   filter   for   evidence   of   contami- Fuel    filter    contains    contaminated    fuel. nated    fuel.    Notify    unit    maintenance    if fuel   is   contaminated. l l d.   Perform   lubrication   on   engine.   Refer   to LO   9-2805-256-12   for   lubrication instructions. l e.   Listen   to   engine   for   unusual   sounds, rough    running,    or    excessive    exhaust smoke . 2 l l l AIR   CLEANER   SERVICE   INDICATOR Check    indicator,    and    notify    unit    maintenance Indicator   is   in   the   red   area. when   indicator   is   in   the   red   area. 3 l STARTER    ROPE    ASSEMBLY Inspect   starter   rope   for   cuts   or   signs   of Starter   rope   assembly   is   worn   or fraying. d a m a g e d . 2  -  6


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