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PUMP, PIPING SYSTEM AND VALVES
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 4-4. INTRODUCTION - Continued o. Vehicle Standby. (1) Allow  main  engine  to  run  for  2  minutes  in  N  (neutral)  after  coming  to  rest  and  applying  parking brake. (2) Switch off engine and all lights. (3) Top up fuel tank. (4) Top up foam tank. (5) Vehicle is now on standby and may be used in the event of an emergency. SECTION III.  UNIT PMCS 4-5. GENERAL a. The  purpose  of  scheduled  preventive  maintenance  checks  and  services  (PMCS)  is  to  prevent trouble, reduce down time, and ensure that the fire truck is ready for operation at all times. b. Records and reports of preventive maintenance checks and services must be made in accordance with   requirements   set   forth   in   DA   PAM   738-750   the   Army   Maintenance   Management   System (TAMMS). c. Explanation of Table. (1) Item  Number  Column.  The  Item  Number  Column  of  the  PMCS  table  is  used  for  numerical sequencing of the procedures. (2) Interval Column. The Interval Column tells you when to do a particular check or service. NOTE Always  keep  in  mind  the  CAUTIONS  and  WARNINGS  when performing PMCS. The following coding is used: W - Weekly Checks: These checks are carried out once a week. M - Monthly Checks: These checks are carried out once a month. S - Semi-Annual Checks: These checks are carried out twice per year. A - Annual Checks: These checks are carried out once per year. B - Bi-Annual Checks: These checks and services are carried out once every two years. (3) Explanation of ITEM TO BE INSPECTED/Procedures column. The ITEM TO BE INSPECTED/ Procedure column of the PMCS table tells you what item to inspect and tells you how to do the required checks and services. Carefully follow these instructions. If you do not have the tools, or if the procedure tells you to, have direct support maintenance do the work. 4-10

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