(c) Excessive looseness.
(d) Positive action.
b. Weekly preventive maintenance consists of:
(1) Inspecting belts for:
(a) Stretched condition.
(2) Inspecting exposed metal surfaces for:
(c) Chipped paint.
c. The above given preventive maintenance items are to be performed
when operator's preventive maintenance is being done both daily and weekly.
a. General. This checklist is used to systematically check equipment
All corrective measures that the operator can perform are
If the action taken by the
operator does not correct the fault, additional maintenance is required by
higher echelon personnel. The operator should note on the DA FORM 2404 how
the equipment performed and the corrective measures taken.
Start at the
sequence to locate the trouble.
However, if trouble is suspected in a
particular area, check at that point first and continue the steps in the
b. Checklist. Operate the equipment (refer to figure 3-13 for location
of controls and adjustments), as indicated in the checklist on the fold-out