Figure 4-1. Replacement of Crimped Terminals
Due to this vessel's mission and crew capabilities, maintenance normally assigned to
organizational level or higher echelons may be assigned to the crew by the Bargemaster.
4-7 Component. Component maintenance information is contained in the appendices under manufacturers' service
manual/instructions in Appendix B.
4-8 Shore discharge system. Lubrication and repair of the shore discharge system involving repair parts listed in TM
55-1930-209-14&P-18 are described herein.
Shut down shore discharge system before attempting any repair. Be sure to open circuit breaker
P12 on switchboard. Redtag circuit breaker with: WARNING - DO NOT ACTIVATE. REPAIRS
Always cover open hydraulic lines and component ports to keep out dirt.
4-9.1 Hydraulic power unit. Use Gulf Harmony 46 AW or equivalent as recommended in Appendix B by the
Wear safety glasses. In case of eye contact, wash with lots of water. In case of skin contact,
wipe and then wash with soap and water.
4-9.1.1 Adding fluid. When reservoir oil level sight gauge (Figure 3-4) indicates hydraulic fluid level in reservoir is 80
percent or lower, add fluid as follows:
Remove filler/breather cap.
Add fluid until sight gauge indicates 100 percent full.
Wipe clean reservoir and immediate area.