Section II. MOVEMENT TO NEW WORKSITE
13. Dismantling for Movement
a. Disconnect the auxiliary fuel line, if used, from
the auxiliary fuel valve (par. 11).
b. Disconnect the exhaust pipe extension if used.
c. Disconnect the suction and discharge lines.
d. Disconnect the ground line. (See TM 5-2805-
e. Clean and stow all tools and equipment.
f. Install all doors and panels and tow the
pumping unit to the new worksite.
14. Reinstallation After Movement to a New
Refer to paragraph 11 for reinstallation after
Section III. CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS AND OPERATION ·UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
15. Controls and Instruments
Refer to TM, 5280--209-12 for purpose and
normal readings of the engine controls and instruments.
For the purpose and normal readings of the pumping
unit controls and instruments, refer to figure 5.
16. Operation Under Usual Conditions
It is essential that the operator know how to
perform every operation of which the pumping unit is
capable.. Since nearly every job presents a different
problem, the operator may have to vary the given
procedures to fit the individual job. Refer to paragraphs
17, 18, and 19 for starting, stopping, and operating
17. Engine Starting Instructions
a. Perform the before-operation services listed in
b. Remove the two doors from the engine before
c. In the event that the pumping unit is new or the
chamber has been drained, it will be necessary to prime
the pump as shown by figure 6.
d. Start the engine as shown by figure 7.
18. Engine Stopping Instructions
Stop the engine as shown by figure 8.
19. Operating Details
a. Normal Operations.
(1) Start the engine (par. 17).
(2) Perform the during-operation services
instruments for normal operation.
b. Emergency Operation. Refer to TM 5-2805-
209-12 for field expedient repairs of the engine.