Emergency shutdown procedures
In an emergency, push the appropriate RED button to shutdown either the ventilation system or all operating
When emergency situation has been corrected, reset emergency button by turning collar behind button one-
quarter turn clockwise Button will pop out and again be in the ready position.
When emergency button is reset, ventilation system must be restarted by performing procedures In paragraphs
2-9 and 2-10.
Section III. Maintenance instructions
Unit level and Intermediate Direct Support/Intermediate General Support (IDS/IGS) maintenance on the
deckhouse ventilation system is performed onboard by crewmembers whenever possible.
Any IDS/IGS maintenance beyond capability of crewmembers will be provided by a shore-based area
support maintenance unit. This unit also determines if depot support maintenance is required.
Intermediate support maintenance is accomplished by replacing components or major end items
Unless other intermediate support maintenance procedures are directed, IDS/IGS maintenance normally is
provided by an Army Transportation Corps floating craft intermediate support maintenance unit serving terminal
operating area. Components to be disposed of are processed by this unit.
Maintenance Allocation Chart (MAC) is in TM 55-1930-209-14&P-18. For maintenance of other onboard
equipment, consult appropriate manual.
Maintenance Instructions. Maintenance instructions are presented in the following paragraphs Appendix C,
Preventive maintenance checks and services; paragraph 2-15, Troubleshooting; and paragraph 2-16, Maintenance
2-14 Preventive maintenance checks and services. See TM 55-1930-209-14&P-16, Appendix C for preventive
maintenance checks and services for ventilation system See TM 55-1930-209-14&P-19 for complete preventive
maintenance checks and services for all systems on the ROWPU Barge
Troubleshooting procedures In Table 2-2 are used for both deckhouse and voids ventilation
Troubleshoot deckhouse ventilation system by following procedures in Table 2-2