Table C-1. Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Electrical Power Systems (Continued)
B - Before
D - During
A - After
H - Hourly Interval
Item to be
Check for and have repaired
or adjusted as necessary
When using compressed air for cleaning fil-
ter elements, wear face shield and clothing
that completely covers the body and limbs.
Shirt-sleeves must be rolled down and but-
toned and collar buttons fastened.
Do not clean element by bumping or tapping
them on hard objects.
4) Clean filter element with compressed
air directed first inside along the
length of pleats in the element and
then outside along the length of pleats
and again on the inside. Filter ele-
ments may also be cleaned with a
vacuum cleaner if element is not too.
If compressed air does not clean ele-
ments, wash In a warm soapy water solu-
tion. Rinse and blow dry.
5) Inspect filter element by placing a light
inside a clean, dry element. Check for
rips, tears, or holes in element mate-
rial. If damaged, discard and obtain
If excessive exhaust smoke and/or
loss of power continue after servicing air
cleaner, discard that element and Install a
6) Remove covering from turbocharger
inlet inside air cleaner body.
7) Install cleaned or new element. Place
cover on body and lock in place with
two rackover latches.