Remove lag screws securing plywood box cover over generator set and lift off cover.
Remove wooden wedges and spacers from around generator set base. Loosen switch box
attaching hardware and remove any steel banding remaining beneath switch box.
Remove and save package of technical manuals secured to barrier material.
Remove four sets of attaching hardware and drop plywood cover under trailer.
Remove barrier material and fiberboard caps from generator set.
Remove packaged fire extinguisher from within generator set enclosure. Unpack and
secure fire extinguisher in bracket on front roadside step.
Remove steel banding around accessory box, unpack and inventory contents.
Refer to DA Form 2258, Depreservation Guide for Vehicles and Equipment, packed with
power unit and follow instructions given for putting unit into service.
Stow technical manuals in box on inside of generator set enclosure rear curbside door.
Stow all authorized accessories in the accessory box.
Remove all tape and packing film from trailer air hoses and intervehicular cable.
b. Inspection and Servicing of Generator Set. Refer to Servicing Upon Receipt of Materiel in TM
5-6115-464-12 for initial inspection and servicing procedures.
c. Inspection and Servicing of Trailers. Refer to Servicing Upon Receipt of Materiel in
TM 9-2330-205-14&P for initial inspection and servicing procedures.
Installation. (See figure 4-3.) Installation of the power plant at a worksite involves positioning
both the power unit trailers and the switch box, and grounding the equipment.
a. Positioning Power Plant. Position the power plant on the worksite as follows:
(1) Select an area as level as possible to install power plant and position both power units.
(2) Set handbrakes and lower landing legs on both trailers.
(3) Chock both sets of dual wheels on each trailer.
(4) Lower both rear leveling jacks on each trailer and secure leveling jacks with Iockpins.
Extend lower tubes on leveling jacks by stepping on hinged pads.
Remove fire extinguishers and fuel cans from individual power units when
power plant is in operation. This will insure that in the event of fire, extra fuel
will not be involved and extinguishers will remain accessible.
(5) Locate fuel cans and fire extinguishers on ground halfway between the two power units.