Table C-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Fuel Oil System (Continued)
B - Before
D - Daily
Q - Quarterly
D - During
W - Weekly
S - Semiannually
A - After
M - Monthly
A - Annually
Before filling storage tanks or workboat fuel
tank, be sure all posted safety precautions
are observed. Notify US Coast Guard of
overboard spills Into surrounding water.
Check wiring for loose connections and
frayed cables. Use insulated tools to
loose or cables
secure, repair or replace cables as nec-
Start up after administrative or longterm
Pump must start within 60 seconds. DO NOT
try to turn over pump for more than 60 sec-
onds. Pump will be damaged.
Start pump. If pump does not start
within 60 seconds, notify shift leader
or bargemaster of problem.
If authcrized by shift leader or barge-
master, prime pump, using lubricating
liquid, if available.
Start pump. If fuel does not flow
within 2 minutes, stop and vent dis-
charge line until fuel flows into con-
tainer placed under discharge line.
If pump still does not discharge fuel,
notify shift leader or bargemaster.
Check that fuel transfer pump is operat-
Class II leaks.
ing normally and not leaking more than a
slight weep (Class II). If fuel oil flow does
not start within 1 minute, notify shift
leader or bargemaster.
Note unusual noises or overheating of
fuel transfer pump motor which might
indicate a pending malfunction.
Lubricate fuel transfer pump using
grease gun with #2 ball bearing grease
for normal operation. Use appropriate
grease for hot or cold weather. In
extreme heat, lubricate with hot weather
lubricant such as SAE 40.
IS NOT READY/
CHECK FOR HAVE
REPAIRED OR ADJUSTED