Do not disconnect the power cable connector or interrupt the electrical supply to the
heater until it shuts down completely.
(2) If the heater is operating at the time of shutdown, the blower motor will continue to run until heater cools
down, then motor will shut off. Disconnect power cable connector (3), if required. Heater will not restart until motor shuts
2-11. DECAL AND INSTRUCTION PLATES.
a. ID Plate (1). Identifies nomenclature, NSN, part number, serial number, manufacturer, contract data, serial
number, and weight.
b. Instruction Plate (HEATER OPERATION) (2). Describes basic heater operation and heater manufacturer.
Caution Label (3). Requires that external electrical power be disconnected prior to servicing the heater.
d. Control Panel (4). Identifies heater controls, fuse locations, external electrical power connector, and external
e. Fuel Inlet Tag (5). Identifies fuel inlet connector.
Wiring Diagram (6). Schematically illustrates the electrical/electronic components and their interconnections.