Turn off hose winch hydraulic power unit by pushing red STOP button on control panel.
Open switchboard circuit breaker P12 to cut power to hose reel hydraulic unit and winch.
Shutdown shore winch according to procedures in TM 55-1930-209-14&P-21.
Display international rules of the road day shapes or night lights on mast above topdeck to warn that
barge has a discharge hose deployed on the seabed.
15-12.1.3 Controlling a runaway discharge hose. If a winch runaway situation develops, control runaway as follows:
Barge 1 - Position winch control lever in NEUTRAL.
Barges 2 and 3 - Push disc brake lever to ON.
If this fails to stop runaway, apply band brake as follows:
Open valve SD3.
Obtain BAND BRAKE PUMP HANDLE from stowed position and insert in pump extension.
While pumping, do not exceed 4,000 psi as shown on BAND BRAKE PRESSURE
Pump until band brake piston enters cylinder, band is tight on the brake drum and stops rotation.
Position valve to neutral position (midway between OPEN and CLOSE position) to lock the
cylinder in the set position.
If band brake begins to smoke, spray it with salt or fresh water to cool brake.
After band brake cools, close valve SD3.
Pump until band brake piston comes out of the cylinder and there is a slight clearance between
the band brake material and brake drum.
Remove pump handle and return to stowed position.
15-12.1.4 Unpowered discharge hose deployment. If hydraulic power is not operating or electrical power is not
available, deploy discharge hose as follows:
Position valve SD4 (Figure 15-8) to OFF to allow winch hydraulic drive motor to freewheel.
Disconnect hydraulic disc brake hose from disc brake valve and connect to hose reel winch hydraulic
brake release handpump.
Obtain disc brake release pump handle from stowed position and insert into pump extension.
Open pump pressure release valve, located beneath pump handle, by turning it counterclockwise.
Pump until disc brake is released.
Close pump pressure release valve by turning it clockwise.