speed position and turn main selection switch to
"VENT" position. If fan does not operate vigorously,
p. Store hand tools in appropriate drawers and
move the selector switch to the off position immedi-
check power tools (grinders, lathe, etc.) for proper
ately, as this indicates a phase is reversed. Do not
operate the ECU until wiring is checked by a qual-
q. Shop is now fully operational.
ified electrician. Help with electrical problems can
be found in the maintenance section of this manual.
PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT TO ANOTHER SITE
b. Remove ECUs, close ECU shelf assembly, and
secure ECUs in provided shipping frames.
a. Store all tools, secure any loose components to
c. Shut down generator,
disconnect power distri-
bution panel, and all shelter power cables. Store
power cables in respective shelters, and pigtail on
Loose or unsecured items can cause
power distribution panel.
serious damage to honeycomb shelter
d. Prepare the SPAM shelter for movement in
accordance with TM 10-5410-224-14.
Section III. PREPARATION OF SHELTERS FOR OPERATION
2-3. GENERAL. Follow all steps of Section I
Section IV. SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
vialed by the facilities engineers on a nearby pole.
The generator pigtail lead may then be attached to
a. When the AVIM-Division Complex is deployed
the disconnect switch and the power distribution
on a concrete surface, driving ground rods will not
panels will be operated in the same manner as if a
be practical. Approved ground pads already in-
generator were supplying power.
stalled in the concrete may be used as a substitute
c. When SPAMS are set up side by side, alter-
nately set one shelter back from the next to avoid
b. Diesel fuel maybe conserved by operating the
hot air from adjacent ECUs being discharged on
shop complex on commercially available power. A
suitable drop and disconnect switch should be pro-