OPERATOR AND UNIT MAINTENANCE
FUEL FILTER/WATER SEPARATOR (FUEL TRANSFER SYSTEM) FOR
INLAND AND COASTAL LARGE TUG (LT)
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT AND PREPARATION FOR STORAGE
One Watercraft Engineer, 88L
SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
The fuel filter/water separator is installed in the engine room, out of the weather. Despite this, the fuel filter/water
separator and its components can still become wet during compartment cleaning or during service of other
systems such as potable water piping. If there is a possibility that the electrical components could become wet
due to cleaning or equipment maintenance operations, secure the fuel filter/water separator and its components
and cover them with waterproof tarps until cleaning or maintenance is complete.
PRELIMINARY SERVICING OF EQUIPMENT AND PRELIMINARY CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS OF EQUIP-
Perform all operator Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) up through, and including, the an-
nual level. Operator PMCS procedures are contained in WP 0012 00. There is no unit PMCS for the fuel filter/
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR SHIPMENT
The fuel filter/water separator is prepared for storage or shipment along with the remainder of the Large Tug.
Complete instructions for this preparation are contained in TB 740-97-4, Preservation of Vessels for Storage and
TM 38-470, Storage and Maintenance of Army Prepositioned Stock Materiel.
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