AGPU TEST AND INSPECTION AFTER REPAIR OR OVERHAUL
11-1. RESPONSIBILITY FOR TEST AND
spections specified herein. Activities
INSPECTION AFTER REPAIR AND OVERHAUL.
performing maintenance on any portion of
The activity performing the repair or
the AGPU must perform those tests and
overhaul is responsible for the perfor-
inspections required by the applicable
mance of all applicable tests and in-
component or system repair instruction.
Section II. INSPECTION
11-2. INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS. The
a. Inspect all components, particu-
extent of inspection required before
larly those in the area of repair, for
test and after repair is dependent upon
tightness of attaching parts, electrical
the extent of the repair accomplished.
connections, and fuel or hydraulic line
It may also be affected by the known
general condition of the AGPU, the to-
tal operating time accumulated, and the
length of time since the AGPU has been
b. Perform the W (weekly), and M
operated. In any event, the Inspection
(monthly) operator PMCS contained in
shall be thorough enough to enable de-
table 3-2, TM 55-1730-229-12.
tection of obvious discrepancies. Par-
ticular attention must be given to con-
ditions that would endanger personnel or
c. Perform applicable organizational
PMCS contained in table 4-1 of TM 55-
equipment during test or operation.
the following specific inspections that
11-4. AGPU FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE OP-
Perform the Start Procedures con-
12. Observe the following precautions:
a. Perform the B (before) operator
PMCS contained in table 3-2 of TM 55-
(1) If operation limits tabulated
ing, unusual noise, smoke, fuel or oil
b. Perform the Prestart Procedures
leakage. or other obvious malfunction is
observed, shut down engine immediately
and correct the cause of trouble.