Section IV. REMARKS
All inspections are visual. Look for exterior damage, leaks, frayed insulation, loose wires, etc.
Inspections are made prior to deployment, during normal operation, whenever there are indications of
an equipment problem, and after shutdown.
Test by performing daily checks, initial adjustments, and self-tests.
Repair at operator level is accomplished by removing and replacing batteries, fuses, filters, and light
bulbs. (Note: Fuses, filters, and light bulbs are throwaway items. They appear only in this MAC note.)
Repair by removing and replacing worn-out basket and gasket.
Service is to clean, drain, paint, or replenish fuel, lubricant, chemical fluids or compressed air supplies.
Repair is by removing/replacing mufflers, hoses, or solenoid valves.
Repair by removing/replacing assembly, subassembly, or component.
Repair by tightening or replacing fittings or gaskets.
All valves 3 inches and smaller will be repacked if possible. All valves greater than 3 inches will be
Clear ducts and terminals.
Repair of winch motor or disc brake.
GFE. Consult applicable technical publications.
Inspection of internal parts.
Test to verify repair.
End clearance adjustment.
Replenish Coagulant Aid (Hydropol -50), Scale Inhibitor (Hydrapol1 -100), and Ro Block Cleaner
Service is to clean exterior and lubricate pump.
Service is internal cleaning of pump.
Repair by replacement of internal parts such as gaskets, packing, bearings, rings, bushings, and
Service is to clean and ensure proper drainage. No lubrication expected in normal pump service.