OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS - CONTINUED
OPERATE IN SANDY OR DUSTY CONDITIONS - CONTINUED
Closely monitor all gauges and warning lights to ensure machine is not affected by dusty conditions.
Park roller in sheltered area out of wind. If a sheltered area is not available, park roller facing into wind to prevent sand
or dust from blowing into radiator.
Cover instrument panel (with vandal guard down), air restriction indicator, hydraulic oil level indicator, fuel tank fill
cap, hydraulic oil tank fill cap and work lights when machine is parked for extended periods of time in extremely dusty
Cover exhaust outlet to prevent dust from blowing into exhaust system.
Cover open space in fuel tank fill hole when adding fuel to fuel tank.
Clean spouts of fuel containers and areas around filler caps on fuel tank before adding fuel. Under extremely sandy or
dusty conditions, filter fuel when filling tank.
Ensure engine and transmission oil filler tubes are cleaned before gage rods are removed to check fluid levels. Clean
accumulations of sand and dirt from around any fluid filler location before checking or adding fluids.
DO NOT enter water deeper than 10 in. (25 cm). Fording in water depth greater than 10 in. (25 cm) can
cause damage to equipment.
Test depth of water and ensure firmness and consistency of bottom surface. Do NOT attempt to ford if depth exceeds 10
in. (25 cm).
Ensure all gauges are indicating normal operating pressure and temperature.
Stop roller at edge of water.
Enter water slowly.
After fording, wash roller and wipe clean and dry.
Perform lubrication services as soon as possible, with assistance from Field Maintenance.
NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL (NBC) DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURES
The decontamination kit bracket is mounted on the rear of the roller. Refer to TM 3-4320-214-12&P for operation of the
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