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GENERAL - TM-55-4920-341-140057
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RUNNING GEAR
SECTION III (Con't.)
GENERAL
Inspect- 50 100
ion
hour hour
X
X
X
Generator and starter. Inspect the mounting of
The generator and starting motor for loose
connections. Examine the brushes, brush holders
and springs.  Inspect the commutators for dirt
and scoring.
X
Tighten loose mounting bolts. Replace generator
X
brushes worn to one half their original length.
Replace starter brushes worn to one half their
original length.
X
Engine generator regulator. Inspect the generat-
X
X
or for proper operation, tight connections, and
secure mounting. The generator regulator should
allow an appreciable charge to go into the
battery after the starter is used. After the
battery is fully charged, the ammeter should
read only a slight charge.
X
X
Tighten loose mounting nuts and connections.
Adjust or replace a defective engine generator
regulator.
CONTROL PANEL
Gages. Examine the condition of all gages.  See
X
X
X
that all gages indicate correctly and that the
glass is not cracked or broken.
Tighten loose mounting screws and connections.
X
X
Replace any defective or damaged gage.
Meters. See that all meters are securely mount-
X
X
X
ed operating properly and that the glass is
not cracked or the indicators are not bent or
broken.
Tighten loose mounting screws and replace any
X
X
defective or damaged meter.
Control valves. Inspect all control valves for
X
X
X
packing leak s and proper operation.  See that
handwheels are securely mounted.
X
Tighten packing or replace as required. Replace
X
a defective or damaged control valve.
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