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TABLE 3-2. INTERMEDIATE INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS - TM-55-4920-373-14-P0039
TM 55-4920-373-14&P
SECTION II
INSPECTION AND SERVICING
nature.  Servicing required during the daily in-
3-20. INSPECTIONS.
spection is kept to a minimum. Intermediate and
periodic inspections will be accomplished at
3-21. Inspection requirements are listed in table
intervals of 50 and 100 hours and shall be per-
3-1. This inspection consists of daily inspections
formed by personnel at the direct and general
support maintenance levels. Refer to tables 3-2
which shall be performed before and/or after a
and 3-3 for these inspection requirements.
day's operation as specified, and is visual in
TABLE 3-1. DAILY INSPECTION REQUIREMENT
REQUIREMENTS
DAILY INSPECTION
ITEM
Check fluid level; refill if
Preinspect Postinspect
1. Hydraulic reservoir
necessary.  Inspect for leaks,
paying particular attention to
hydraulic line connections for
loose connections or damage.
Correct or report discrepancies
Check fuel level; refill if
Preinspect Postinspect
2. Fuel system
necessary.  Inspect for leaks
paying particular attention to
fuel line connections for loose
connections or damage
Inspect bowl of strainer for dirt
Preinspect Postinspect
Fuel strainer
or water accumulation; clean
if necessary.  Correct or re-
port discrepancies
Check oil level; refill if
Preinspect Postinspect
3. Engine
necessary.  Inspect for leaks
near oil filter and crankcase
drain plug. Correct or report
discrepancies
Check electrolyte level; refill
Preinspect Postinspect
4. Battery
with water if necessary. In-
spect battery terminals for
loose or broken connection.
Inspect terminals for excessive
corrosion.  Correct or report
discrepancies
Check all wiring for breaks,
Preinspect Postinspect
5. Cabinet interior
worn insulation and connections
for security
Check tires for 60 psi; inflate
Preinspect Postinspect
6. Trailer
if necessary. Inspect tire for
deep cuts and excessive wear.
Correct or report discrepancies
Check for broken glass, bent
Preinspect Postinspect
7. Gage panel and controls
indicating dials or other obvious
discrepancies.  Report  discrep-
ancies. Check that all controls
move freely and are securely
in place
3-7

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