OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
Operators must wear protective head gear. Failure of operators to wear protective head gear may result in
serious injury or death.
This work package contains instructions for safely operating the CB534B and CB534C Rollers, Motorized, Vibrating
Tandem Steel Drums under unusual conditions. In addition to normal preventive maintenance, special care must be taken to
keep roller operational in extreme temperatures and other environmental conditions.
SLAVE START ROLLER
When slave starting roller, use NATO slave cable that DOES NOT have loose or missing insulation.
DO NOT proceed with slave starting if correct slave cable is not available.
DO NOT allow "live" machine and "dead" roller to come in contact with each other during slave start-
ing. Failure to follow this caution may cause electrical system damage.
Under no circumstances can the roller be started by being towed or pushed. Failure to follow this cau-
tion will damage roller.
If machine other than another roller is used to slave start machine, refer to Operator's Manual for "live"
machine, for any special slave starting procedures.
Slave start procedures are the same for CB534B and CB534C Rollers. CB534B Roller is shown.
Slave starting is a two-person task.
Start "live" machine with a good charging system and battery (refer to machine Operator's Manual).
Move "live" machine into position beside "dead" roller so NATO slave connectors on machine and roller are side-by-
Shut down "live" machine (refer to "live" machine Operator's Manual).