3-4.2.2 Emergency shutdown procedures
a. In an emergency, push the appropriate red button to shut down either a selected system or all operating systems.
b. When emergency situation has been corrected, reset emergency button by turning collar behind button one-quarter
turn clockwise. Buttons will pop out and again be in the ready position.
c. When emergency button is reset, any systems turned off by that emergency button must be restarted with their
Section IV. Operation under extreme conditions
3-5 Operation under extreme conditions. Operation of fuel oil system in extreme heat creates a special problem with
lubricants. The manufacturers' service manuals/instructions, in Appendix B of this TM, provide additional information.
3-5.1 Operation in extreme heat
a. Lubricants. Hot weather lubricants, such as SAE 40, must be used.
b. Motors. Electric motors have a tendency to run hot and protective devices in the motor will stop the motor to
prevent damage. When this happens, allow motor to cool and it will automatically restart.
3-5.2 Operation in extreme cold
a. Lubricant. Use cold weather lubricants.
b. Motors. Fuel oil will become thicker during cold weather and pumps may not move fuel at the rated 600 gph.