Close chlorination system valve CU14 and ROWPU System valve RO15.
Tag and disconnect wiring to flow switch.
Disconnect piping and remove flow switch.
Install flow switch and connect piping.
Connect wiring as tagged.
Open chlorination system valve CU14 and ROWPU system valve R015.
Check for normal operation when ROWPU and chlorination system are operating.
4-7.1.14 Chlorination unit holding tank air escape valve
On face of valve located on top of deckhouse, remove three cap screws holding cap in place.
Carefully remove cap, protective mesh, space ring, and flame screen from valve body.
Clean all of these components with soap and water using a stiff brush if necessary.
Visually inspect parts for damage and replace damaged parts.
Install parts in air escape body in reverse order of removal. Tighten three cap screws holding cap in place.
Removal. Burn off escape valve.
Installation. Weld on new escape valve.
4-7.1.15 Piping and valves. Replace piping or valves, or repack worn or damaged valves according to procedures in
4-7.1.16 Electrical wiring and cables
4-184.108.40.206 Inspection. Inspect wiring and harnesses for chafed or burned Insulation. Look for causes of chafing or
bums. Inspect terminal connectors for corrosion, loose connections, and broken parts. Clean corrosion and replace
damaged connector pins or wires, replace damaged connectors or replace harness assembly. Check mounting
hardware, hangers and receptacles for tightness. Tighten If necessary.
4-220.127.116.11 Repair. When replacing wires or repairing wire harnesses, lay wires alongside wire or harness and cut new
wires at least 1 1/2 Inches longer than wire being replaced.
4-18.104.22.168 Cleaning and inspection
Wipe hoses clean with cloth moistened in hot soapy water.
Inspect hose for breaks, leaks, kinks, and damage. Check fitting for damage. if fittings are damaged, replace
entire hose. Save fittings not damaged or corroded for use on new hoses.