INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
has been damaged, fill out and forward DD Form
b. The motor generator comes packed as a
stallation. It requires only placement and con-
single unit without additional components or ac-
nection of the input and output cables in order
cessories and is complete within itself.
to be ready for service.
c. Check to see whether the equipment has
been modified. If the equipment has been modified,
the MWO number will appear near the nomen-
clature plate. Check also to see whether all MWOs
inch piece of plywood 7 1/2 inches by 15 inches
current at the time the equipment is placed in
and shipped in a sealed, corrugated paper con-
use have been applied.
tainer 11 inches high, 17 inches wide, and 8 inches
deep, having a volume of 0.86 cubic feet and a
Current MWOs applicable to the equip-
ment are listed in DA PAM 310-7.
b. Unpack carefully and remove the unit from
d. Check the latest issue of DA Pam 310-4
the mounting board. Retain the two copies of
(never more than 1 year old) and its latest
the instruction book packed in the carton.
changes (never more than 6 months old) to see
whether you have the latest editions of all ap-
2-3. Checking Unpacked Equipment
plicable maintenance literature. (Equipment is-
sued by depots may have been in stock for some
a. Inspect the equipment for damage that may
time and may contain superseded manuals.)
have occurred during shipment. If the equipment
Figure 2-1. Packaging motor generator.