OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
REPAIR PARTS, TOOLS, AND EQUIPMENT
References and illustrations indicating the use of these
3-1. Tools and Equipment a. Basic issue tools and
tools are listed in the table. No special equipment is
repair parts issued with or authorized for the crane-
required by operator, crew, or organizational
shovel basic unit are listed in the Basic Issue Items List,
maintenance personnel for performing maintenance on
the crane-shovel basic unit.
b. The special tools required to perform operator
Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts
and organizational maintenance on the craneshovel are
Organizational maintenance repair parts are listed and
illustrated in TM 5-3810-206-20P.
Tale 3-1. Special Tools
PULLER, SHEAR WASHER
Changing of lagging on hoist drums
Section II. LUBRICATION
3-3. General Lubrication Information
c. Operation After Lubrication
. Start engine (para
2-1) and operate the crane-shovel immediately after
a. This section contains instructions which are
lubrication. Inspect lubrication oil filters for leaks, then
supplemental to, and not specifically covered in the
stop engine (para 2-11) and check all oil levels. Add oil,
if necessary, to bring level up to full mark on dipstick
b. Refer to lubrication order LO 5-3810-206-12 for
level gage. Check for any additional leaks and correct
normal information on lubrication points and intervals.
them if found.
3-4. Detailed Lubrication, Information
d. OES Oil.
containers and store in a clean dry place, away from
external heat. Allow no dust, dirt, or other foreign
frequently, as oil consumption may increase.
material to mix with the lubricant. Keep all lubrication
(2) The oil may require changing more
equipment clean and ready for use at all times.
b. Cleaning. Keep all external parts not requiring
sludge formation will increase during cold weather
lubrication clean of lubricants. Before lubricating the
crane-shovel, clean all lubricating points (fig. 3-1) to
prevent contaminates from entering housing under
e. Engine Air Cleaners. The air cleaners may be
applied pressure. After lubrication, wipe excess grease
oil bath, or dry type depending on type of engine
from all lubrication points to prevent accumulation of
installed in crane-shovel. Service as follows: