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TM 10-3510-222-10
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
LAUNDRY UNIT,
TRAILER MOUNTED
MODEL: M85-100 NSN 3510-01-291-8169 EIC: (2LF)
MODEL: M85-200 NSN 3510-01-365-5687 EIC: (2LG)
DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This manual supercedes TM 10-3510-222-10, dated 30 April 1993, including all changes, and TM
10-3510-220-10, dated 20 April 1990, including all changes.
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WARNING SUMMARY
This warning summary contains general safety warnings and hazardous materials warnings that must be
understood and applied during operation of this equipment. Failure to observe these precautions could
result in serious injury or death to personnel. Also included are explanations of safety and hazardous
materials icons used within this technical manual.
EXPLANATION OF SAFETY WARNING ICONS
BIOLOGICAL - abstract symbol bug shows that a material may contain bacteria or viruses
that present a danger to life or health.
ELECTRICAL - electrical wire to arm with electricity symbol running through human body
shows that shock hazard is present.
SHARP OBJECT - pointed object in hand shows that a sharp object presents a danger to
limb.
HEAVY PARTS - heavy object on human figure shows that heavy parts present a danger
to life or limb.
HEAVY OBJECT – human figure stooping over heavy object shows physical injury
potential from improper lifting technique.
CARBON MONOXIDE – human figure showing gaseous substance being inhaled into
respiratory system, demonstrating potential hazard.
FLYING PARTICLES - arrows bouncing off face with face shield shows that particles
flying through the air will harm face.
HEAVY PARTS - hand with heavy object on top shows that heavy parts can crush and
harm.
HEAVY PARTS - heavy object pinning human figure against wall shows that heavy,
moving parts present a danger to life or limb.
EXPLOSION - rapidly expanding symbol shows that the material may explode if subjected
to high temperatures, sources of ignition, or high pressure.
FIRE - flame shows that a material may ignite and cause burns.
HOT AREA - hand over object radiating heat shows that part is hot and can burn.
HELMET PROTECTION - arrow bouncing off head with helmet shows that falling parts
present a danger.
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EAR PROTECTION - headphones over ears shows that noise level will harm ears.
MOVING PARTS - hand with fingers caught between gears shows that the moving parts
of the equipment present a danger to life or limb.
GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS DESCRIPTION
WARNING
Carbon monoxide is without color or smell, but can kill you. Breathing
carbon monoxide produces symptoms of headache, dizziness, loss of
muscular control, a sleepy feeling, and coma. Brain damage or death can
result from heavy exposure. Carbon monoxide occurs in the exhaust
fumes of fuel-burning heaters and internal combustion engines. Carbon
monoxide can become dangerously concentrated under conditions of no
ventilation.
Precautions must be followed to ensure operator’s safety when the Laundry Unit is in operation.
•
DO NOT operate Laundry Unit in an enclosed area without proper ventilation.
•
BE ALERT at all times during operating procedures for carbon monoxide poisoning.
If symptoms are present, IMMEDIATELY evacuate personnel to fresh air.
•
BE AWARE the field protection mask used for nuclear-biological-chemical attack
WILL NOT protect you from carbon monoxide poisoning.
THE BEST DEFENSE AGAINST CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING IS GOOD VENTILATION.
WARNING
Remove rings, bracelets, wristwatches, and neck chains before working
around or on the Laundry Unit. Jewelry can catch on equipment and cause
injury, or may short across an electrical circuit and cause severe burns or
electrical shock.
WARNING
Do not operate the unit until the ground terminal of the engine-generator set
has been connected to a suitable ground. Electrical faults in the enginegenerator set, load lines, or load equipment can cause death by electrocution
from contact with an ungrounded system.
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WARNING
Do not make or change electrical connections while the laundry is in
operation. The voltage generated by the generator can cause death by
electrocution. Keep moisture away from the generator and keep the
surrounding area dry when operating the unit. Failure to observe this warning
may result in death by electrocution.
WARNING
Ensure that the power distribution cable is not frayed or damaged and
does not lie in water. Serious injuries or electrocution could result.
WARNING
Death or serious injury could occur if compressed air is directed against the
skin. Do not use compressed air for cleaning or drying unless the pressure is,
or has been reduced to 30 psi (211 kPag) or less. When working with
compressed air always use chip guards, eye protection and other personnel
protective equipment.
WARNING
Do not touch cold metal parts with bare hands. Frostbite can cause
permanent injury to personnel.
WARNING
Do not direct high-pressure water hose nozzles or steam cleaner nozzles into
electrical connections/junction boxes. Electrical shock can kill you.
WARNING
Be careful not to come in contact with rotating belts or other moving
parts. To do so will cause serious injury.
WARNING
Do not service the unit with fuel while the unit is in operation. Failure to
observe this warning may result in serious injury or death to personnel.
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WARNING
Fuels are toxic and flammable. Wear protective goggles and refuel only in a
well-ventilated area. Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothes and don’t
breathe vapors. Do not use near open flame or excessive heat. If you
become dizzy, get fresh air immediately and get medical aid. If contact with
eyes or skin is made, immediately flush with clean water and get medical aid
for eyes immediately.
WARNING
Serious hearing loss or deafness could occur if this equipment is
operated without professionally-fitted ear protection for operating and
maintaining personnel. The noise level for this equipment exceeds the
allowable limits for unprotected personnel. Unprotected/unnecessary
personnel must be kept out of the immediate area.
WARNING
Do not disconnect quick disconnect (QD) couplings while water system is
pressurized. Hose end may whip causing injury to personnel and damage
to equipment.
WARNING
Exhaust ducts are hot. Avoid touching exhaust ducts during shutdown to
prevent burns.
WARNING
Electrical high voltage cannot be seen, but it can kill you. Electricity is unlike
most other dangerous things you can come in contact with because it gives no
warning and no symptoms to be wary of. Its effect is immediate. It can kill you,
render you unconscious, or severely burn you. To ensure your safety and that
of other maintenance personnel, always observe the following precautions:
•
DO NOT perform any maintenance on electrical equipment unless all power is removed.
•
BE CERTAIN that there is someone assisting you who can remove power immediately.
•
ALWAYS place POWER OFF warning tags on power supply switches so that no one will apply
power while you are performing maintenance.
•
FOR ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION, REFER TO FM 21 –11.
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WARNING
If EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN is required, turn MASTER SWITCH on
generator control panel to OFF. Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 and
familiarize yourself with the location of this switch. All electrical power to
Laundry Unit will be cut off. Failure to observe this warning may result in
serious injury or death to personnel.
NOTE
To prevent sagging of the tarpaulin caused by accumulated rainwater,
plywood sheets may be laid over the top frame as shown in WP 0008
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HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
WASHINGTON, D.C., 31 October 2003
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
LAUNDRY UNIT,
TRAILER MOUNTED
MODEL: M85-100 NSN 3510-01-291-8169
MODEL: M85-200 NSN 3510-01-365-5687
You can help improve this manual. If you find any mistakes or if you know of a way to improve the
procedures, please let us know. Mail your letter together with DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes
to Publications and Blank Forms), located in the back of this manual, directly to: Commander, U.S.
Army Soldier and Biological Chemical Command, ATTN: AMSSB-RIM-L (N), Kansas Street, Natick, MA
01760-5052. You may also send in your recommended changes via electronic mail directly to
amssbriml@natick.army.mil. A reply will be furnished to you. Instructions for sending an electronic 2028
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DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A – Approved for public release. Distribution is unlimited.
*This manual supercedes TM 10-3510-222-10, dated 30 April 1993, including all changes, and TM
10-3510-220-10, dated 20 April 1990, including all changes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
WP Sequence No.
WARNING SUMMARY
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
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GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION WORK PACKAGE ................................................................................. 0001 00
MAINTENANCE FORMS RECORDS AND REPORTS ..................................................................... 0001 00
REPORTING EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIR).................................... 0001 00
CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL (CPC) ...................................................................... 0001 00
DESTRUCTION OF ARMY MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE............................................... 0001 00
WARRANTY INFORMATION............................................................................................................. 0001 00
NOMENCLATURE CROSS-REFERENCE LIST ............................................................................... 0001 00
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS/ACRONYMS.......................................................................................... 0001 00
SAFETY, CARE AND HANDLING, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES .................................... 0001 00
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CHAPTER 1 – DESCRIPTION AND THEORY OF OPERATION
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA WORK PACKAGE...........................................................0002 00
EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES, AND FEATURES ...........................................0002 00
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.........................................................0002 00
COMMON TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT...............................................................................................0002 00
EQUIPMENT DATA............................................................................................................................0002 00
THEORY OF OPERATION ................................................................................................................0003 00
CHAPTER 2 - OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL...........................................................................................................................................0004 00
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS........................................................................................................0004 00
LABELS AND INSTRUCTION PLATES .............................................................................................0004 00
SITING REQUIREMENTS/SITE SELECTION ...................................................................................0005 00
SITE SELECTION ..............................................................................................................................0005 00
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE....................................................................................0005 00
INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS ....................................................................................................................0006 00
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS ....................................................................................0007 00
SHUTDOWN AND PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT.....................................................................0008 00
OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS...............................................................................0009 00
CHAPTER 3 – OPERATOR TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES .............................................................................................0010 00
MALFUNCTION SYMPTOM INDEX ..................................................................................................0010 00
CHAPTER 4 – MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)................................................0011 00
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)................................................0011 00
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES .......................................................................................................0012 00
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................0013 00
CHAPTER 5 - SUPPORTING INFORMATION
REFERENCES ...................................................................................................................................0014 00
COMPONENTS OF END ITEM (COEI) LIST & BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LIST .............................0015 00
ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST ...............................................................................................0016 00
EXPENDABLE AND DURABLE ITEMS LIST ....................................................................................0017 00
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX...................................................................................................................INDEX 1
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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
This manual contains General Information, Operating Instructions, Operator Preventive Maintenance
Checks and Services (PMCS), Troubleshooting, and Maintenance/Repair instructions for the M85 Series
Trailer Mounted Laundry.
Chapter 1 contains introductory information on the laundry and its associated equipment as well as a
Theory of Operation. Chapter 2 includes operating instructions under usual and unusual conditions.
Chapter 3 contents include operator troubleshooting, PMCS, and service procedures. Chapter 4 contains
maintenance instructions. Chapter 5 contains references and other supporting information.
Manual Organization and Page Numbering System. The manual is divided into five major chapters that
detail the topics mentioned above. Within each chapter are work packages covering a wide range of
topics. Each work package is numbered sequentially starting at page 1. The work package has its own
page numbering scheme and is independent of the page numbering used by other work packages. Each
page of a work package has a page number of the form XXXX YY-ZZ where XXXX is the work package
number (e.g. 0010 is work package 10) and YY is the revision number for that work package and ZZ
represents the number of the page within that work package. A page number such as 0010 00-1/2 blank
means that page 1 contains information but page 2 of that work package has been intentionally left blank.
Finding Information. The Table of Contents permits the reader to find information in the manual quickly.
The reader should start here first when looking for a specific topic. The Table of Contents lists the topics
contained within each chapter and the Work Package Sequence Number where it can be found.
Example: If the reader were looking for instructions on “Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services”,
which is an Operator Maintenance topic, the Table of Contents indicates that Operator Maintenance
information can be found in Chapter 4. Scanning down the listings for Chapter 4, “Preventive Maintenance
Checks and Services” information can be found in WP 0012 00 (i.e. Work Package 12).
An Alphabetical Index can be found at the back of the manual. It lists specific topics with the
corresponding work package.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
0001 00
SCOPE.
This technical manual describes the operating procedures for the M85 Series Trailer Mounted Laundry
Units. The information and procedures in this manual are applicable to all versions of the M85 Series
Trailer Mounted Laundry, except where noted.
The Model M85 Series Trailer Mounted Laundries are usually found in support of field hospital and
reconstitutive operations.
Type of Manual: Operator’s
Model Number and Equipment Name: Laundry Unit, Trailer Mounted, Model M85-100 NSN 3510-01-2918169, and M85-200, NSN 3510-01-365-5687 (Refer to Figure 1).
Purpose of Equipment: The M85 Series Trailer Mounted Laundry Units provide troop units and field
hospitals with on-site laundry service for cotton, woolen, and durable press items. Each laundry unit has a
washing and drying capacity of 120 lbs (54kg) of laundry per hour.
Figure 1. Laundry Unit, Trailer Mounted, Model M85-100 and M85-200
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MAINTENANCE FORMS AND PROCEDURES.
Department of the Army forms and procedures for equipment maintenance will be those prescribed by DA
PAM 738-750, Functional Users Manual for The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)
(Maintenance Management Update).
REPORTING EQUIPMENT IMPROVEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS (EIRs).
If your M85 Series Laundry needs improvement, let us know. Send us an EIR. You, the user, are the only
one who can tell us what you don’t like about your equipment. Let us know why you don’t like the design
or performance. Put it on an SF368 (Product Quality Deficiency Report). Mail it to the address specified in
DA PAM 738-750, or as specified by the contracting activity. We will send you a reply.
CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL (CPC).
Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC) of Army materiel is a continuing concern. It is important that any
problems with this item be reported so the problem can be corrected and improvements can be made to
prevent the problem in future items.
While corrosion is typically associated with the rusting of metals, it can also include deterioration of other
materials, such as rubber and plastic. Unusual cracking, softening, swelling, or breaking of these materials
may be a corrosion problem.
If a corrosion problem is identified, it can be reported using SF 368, (Product Quality Deficiency Report).
Check the box to indicate that the problem may be corrosion-related. Using key words such as “rust”,
“deterioration” “pitting”, or “cracking” or even including color photos of the corroded area will aid problem
diagnosis and solution.
Submit completed SF 368 specifying a corrosion problem to the address specified in DA PAM 738-750.
DESTRUCTION OF ARMY MATERIEL TO PREVENT ENEMY USE.
Methods and procedures for destruction of Army materiel to prevent enemy use are covered in TM 750244-3, Procedures for Destruction of Equipment to Prevent Enemy Use.
PREPARATION FOR STORAGE OR MOVEMENT.
See Shutdown and Preparation for Movement (WP 0008) for procedures that insure safe storage or
shipment of the heater.
WARRANTY
The laundry unit components are warranted by the manufacturer for a period of 12 months. The warranty
starts on the date found in block 23 of DA Form 2408-9, in the logbook. Report defects in material or
workmanship to your supervisor, who will take appropriate action through organizational maintenance.
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NOMENCLATURE CROSS-REFERENCE LIST.
Common Name
Air Compressor
Controller (Panel)
Dryer
Dryer Bin
Extractor
Generator
Platform
Trailer
Washer
Washer Formula Card
Water Pump
Water Heater
Wet Wash Bin
Water Tank
AAL
AC
AR
BDU
BII
COEI
CAGE
CPC
CW
CCW
CSSL
cm
0
C
0
F
dia
ea
EIR
ft
GFCI
GPM
hr
Hz
IAW
hp
Official Nomenclature
Compressor Assembly, Air
Control, Programmer (Washer)
Dryer Assembly, Tumbler
Bin Assembly, Dryer
Extractor Assembly
Generator Set, Diesel Engine Driven, Tactical Skid
Mounted, 10 Kw, 3 Phase, 120/208 Volts (60 Hz)
Platform Assembly, Work
Trailer, Flat-bed, Gen. Purpose 5 Ton, 4 Wheel,
XM1061E1
Washing Machine, Laundry, Open-End Type
Model 360 EW/ACJ, 3626 OEW/NAT, or
36260EW/EASIW2
Uniform Nurse Timer Card
Water Pump and Motor Assembly
Heater, Water, Liquid Fuel: M-85
Bin Assembly Pre-extract
Tank, Fabric, Self-Supporting, 3000 Gallon
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS/ACRONYMS.
Additional Authorization List
in
Inches
Alternating Current
Kg
Kilogram
As Required
kPa
Kilopascal(s)
Battle Dress Uniform
Lbs
Pounds
Basic Issue Item
lt
Liter
Component of end item
m
Meter
Commercial And Government Entity
MSDS
Material Safety Data Sheet
Corrosion Prevention Control
MTOE
Modified Table of Org and Equipment
Clockwise
N/A
Not Applicable
Counterclockwise
NBC
Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
NIIN
National Item Identification Number
Containerized Self-service Laundry
POL
Petroleum, Oil and Lubricant
Centimeter
QD
Quick Disconnect
Degrees Celsius (Centigrade)
qt
Quart
Degrees Fahrenheit
rpm
Revolutions per Minute
Diameter
RPSTL Repair Parts and Special Tools List
TMDE
Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic
Each
Equipment
Equipment Improvement
TOE
Table of Organization and Equipment
Recommendation
Foot
U/M
Unit of Measure
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt
UOC
Usable On Code
Gallons per Minute
UV
Ultra Violet
Hour
VAC
Volt Alternating Current
Hertz
W
Watt(s)
In Accordance With
WP
Work Package
Horsepower
wt
Weight
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SAFETY, CARE AND HANDLING, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND NOTES.
Always pay attention to Warnings, Cautions and Notes appearing throughout the manual. They will appear
prior to applicable procedures. Ensure you read and understand their content to prevent serious injury to
yourself and others, or damage to equipment. A summary of Warnings appears at the front of this manual.
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DESCRIPTION
AND
THEORY OF OPERATION
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LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
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EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES.
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•
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CHARACTERISTICS
Self-contained laundry center.
Can be operated with municipal water, or
any approved natural source.
Suitable for unprotected operation in
temperatures above 320 F.
Requires protection for operation in
sustained temperatures below 320 F.
Trailer mounted, off-road mobility.
Requires JP-8 (diesel) fuel for operation.
Generator powered.
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CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES
Capable of washing and drying 120
pounds (54 kg) of cotton, woolen, and
durable press items in one hour, with two
operators.
Capable of variable temperature hot and
cold water washing.
Can be used for the decontamination of
clothing from chemical and
bacteriological warfare agents and
radioactive materials.
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LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
1. Washer. The washer (1) on all models is an open-end loader, reversible cylinder type. It can be operated manually
or automatically. The washer on the M85 model has an interlock switch mounted on the door hinge (2). On the M85100 and –200 models, this switch is mounted to the front of the washer (3) to engage the door handle that is mounted
to a bar frame (4).
2. Washer Control Panel. The M85-100 and –200 Washer control panel (5) controls the automatic operation of these
washers, using washer formula cards. On the M 85-200 the cards and punch are located in the box on top of the
control panel (5).
3. Power Distribution Panel. The power distribution panel (6) is located behind the control stand and contains one
main and five subsystem circuit breakers.
4. Dryer. The dryer assembly (7) is an open-end loader, nonreversible cylinder type. The dryer dries the clothes after
they are removed from the extractor.
5. Tool Box. The toolbox (8) is intended for storage of tools to be used on the laundry unit.
6. Work Platform. The work platform (9) supports personnel operating the washer, extractor, and dryer. It also
provides access to other laundry unit components on the trailer bed.
7. Dryer Bin. The dryer bin (10) provides a holding place for the dry clothes after they are removed from the dryer. In
the packed configuration the dryer bin is stored on the right-hand side of the trailer.
8. Extractor. The extractor (11) is a heavy-duty, top-loading, spinning cylinder that removes excess water from the
clothes before they are placed in the dryer.
9. Wet Wash Bin. Wet clothes taken out of the washer are deposited in the wet wash bin (12) before they are place
in the extractor.
10. Air Compressor. The air compressor (13) provides air pressure for the operation of the water valves and washer
air tank. It is mounted to the bottom of the controller stand.
11. Washer Control Stand. The washer control stand (14) houses the washer controller and supports the air
compressor.
12. Hose Basket. The hose basket (15) provides storage for hoses, heater ducts, and other equipment.
13. Fire Extinguisher. The portable fire extinguisher (16) is provided for emergency use in case of fire.
14. Water Pump. The water pump (17) provides fresh water from the source to the laundry unit at the rate of 18-20
GPM (65.82 –73.14 liters). It requires priming when first used.
15. Ladder. The Ladder (18) provides personnel access to the hose baskets located atop the support frame.
16. Sound Mitigation Panels. The sound mitigation panels (19) are installed behind the generator and shield the
operator from the noise produced by the generator motor.
17. Generator. The 10kw skid-mounted generator (20) provides electrical power to major components of the laundry
unit.
18. Water Heater. The water heater (21) heats incoming water to the temperature required by the washer.
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5
2
M85 Washer
1
6
7
4
3
14
13
8
12
11
10
9
15
21
16
20
19
18
17
17
Figure 1. Location of Major Components
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COMMON TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
For authorized common tools and equipment, refer to the applicable Modified Table of Organization and
Equipment (MTOE), CTA 50-970, Expendable/Durable Items (Except: Medical, Class V, Repair Parts, and
Heraldic Items), or CTA 8-100, Army Medical Department Expendable/Durable Items, as applicable to
your unit.
EQUIPMENT DATA
The following data pertains to the components indicated. Full data is provided in the M85-200 column, with
difference for other Models indicated. Comparable data for the M-85 Water Heater, the XM1061E1 Trailer,
and the 10kw skid mounted generator can be found in the equipment publications referenced in Work
Package 0013 00).
Laundry Unit
Length
Height
Width
Weight
Power Requirement
Fuel Requirements
M85-100
M85-200
18ft 2in (5.54m)
7 ft 10in (2.3gm)
8ft (2.44m)
12,645 lb (5,748 kg)
Class L, 60 AMP,
208VAC, 3-phase
Diesel (Item WP 0017 00)
18ft 2in (5.54m)
7 ft 10in (2.3gm)
8ft (2.44m)
12,570 lb (5,687 kg)
Class L, 60 AMP, 208VAC,
3-phase
Diesel (Item WP 0017 00)
3626 OEW/NAT
60 lb (27 kg)
950 lb (428 kg)
33 rpm
10 psi (69 kPa) minimum,
75 psi (517 kPa)
maximum
30 psi (207 kPa)
minimum, 110 psi (758
kPa) max.
3626 OEW/EASIW2
60 lb (27 kg)
950 lb (428 kg)
33 rpm
10 psi (69 kPa) minimum,
75 psi (517 kPa) maximum
208VAC
3
60Hz
5.3-5/2.5
1.5hp (1119W)
1725 rpm
208VAC
3
60Hz
5.3-5/2.5
1.5hp (1119W)
1725 rpm
605 MIL
30 lb (14 kg)
609 lb (276 kg)
208/220VAC
3
60 Hz
9.3
3 hp (2237W)
1750 rpm
605 MIL
30 lb (14 kg)
609 lb (276 kg)
208/220VAC
3
60 Hz
9.3
3 hp (2237W)
1750 rpm
Washer
Model Number
Capacity
Weight
Maximum Speed
Water Pressure Required
Air Pressure Required
30 psi (207 kPa) minimum,
110 psi (758 kPa) max.
Washer Motor
Volt
Phase
Frequency
AMP
Power Rating
Motor Speed
Extractor
Model Number
Capacity
Weight
Volt
Phase
Frequency
AMP
Power Rating
Motor Speed
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Laundry Unit
Dryer
Model Number
Capacity
Weight
Burner Blower and Fuel
Pump Motor
Volt
Phase
Frequency
AMP
Power Rating
Motor Speed
Tumbler Cylinder Motor
Volts
Phase
Frequency
AMP
Power Rating
Motor Speed
Tumbler Exhaust Motor
Volt
Phase
Frequency
AMP
Power Rating
Motor Speed
M85-100
M85-200
30 lb (14 Kg)
30 lb (14Kg)
1060 lb (480 Kg)
LDU-300
30 lb (14Kg)
1060 lb (480 Kg)
200/230VAC
3
60 Hz
1.8-2.0/1.0
1/2 hp (373 W)
3450 rpm 1/, 1725 rpm 2/
200/230VAC
3
60 Hz
1.8-2.0/1.0
1/2 hp (373 W)
3450 rpm 1/, 1725 rpm 2/
208VAC
3
60HZ
2.1
½ (373 W)
1275 rpm
208VAC
3
60HZ
2.1
½ (373 W)
1275 rpm
208VAC
3
60HZ
2.1
½ (373 W)
1275 rpm
208VAC
3
60HZ
2.1
½ (373 W)
1275 rpm
GH-510B
32 lb (14 Kg)
208/230VAC
3
60Hz
2.0 - 1.9/.95
1/2 hp (373 W)
1725 rpm
GH-510B-PS
32 lb (14 Kg)
208/230VAC
3
60Hz
2.0 - 1.9/.95
1/2 hp (373 W)
1725 rpm
3SCE-22/27458-CA-T
67 lb (30 kg)
18-20 gpm (68-76 lt/ min)
at 65- foot (19.8 m) head.
Centrifugal, self-priming
after initial prime.
4057E-3S
67 lb (30 kg)
18-20 gpm (68-76 lt/ min)
at 65- foot (19.8 m) head.
Centrifugal, self-priming
after initial prime.
208/230 vac
3
60 Hz
5.0 - 4.6/2.3 amps
1.5hp(1119W)
3450 rpm
208/230 vac
3
60 Hz
5.0 - 4.6/2.3 amps
1.5hp(1119W)
3450 rpm
Air Compressor
Model Number
Weight
Volts
Phase
Frequency
Amps
Power Rating
Motor Speed
Water Pump
Model Number
Weight
Capacity
Type
Pump Motor
Volts
Phase
Frequency
Amps
Power Rating
Motor Speed
0002 00-5
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0002 00
REFERENCES.
The following list contains publications necessary, or helpful, to support the M85 Series Laundry Units
operation.
Item/Function
Technical Manual Title
TM Number
Heater, Water, Liquid
Fuel: M-85
Operator’s, Unit and Direct Support
Maintenance Manual including RPSTL for
Heater, Water, Liquid Fuel: M-80/M85
TM 10-4520-259-13&P
Generator Set, Diesel
Engine Driven, Tactical
Skid Mounted, 10 Kw, 3
Phase, 120/208 Volts (60
Hz)
Operator and Organizational Maintenance
Manual for Generator Set, Diesel (60 Hz),
Engine Driven, Tactical Skid MTD, 10Kw, 3
Phases, 120/208 Volts (60 Hz)
TM 5-6115-585-12
Trailer, Flat-bed, Gen.
Purpose 5 Ton, 4 Wheel,
XM1061E1
Operator, Unit, Intermediate, Direct Support
and General Maintenance (including Repair
Parts and Special Tools List), Trailer, Flatbed,
5-Ton, 4-Wheel, XMIO61E1
TM 9-2330-376-14&P
Water Tank, 3000 Gallon
(Optional)
Operator’s and Unit Maintenance Manual
(Including RPSTL) Tank, Fabric, Self
Supporting, 3000 Gallon Water
TM 5-5430-213-13&P
100 AMP, 50ft Power
Supply Cable
Operator’s, Unit and Direct Support
Maintenance Manual for Distribution
Illumination Systems, Electrical (DISE), and
Power Distribution Illumination Systems,
Electrical (PDISE) consisting of Electrical
Feeder System M200, M200 A/P, M100, M100
A/P, M40, M40 A/P, M60, M60 A/P and
Electrical Utility Assembly M46.
TM 9-6150-226-13
0002 00-6
TM 10-3510-222-10
LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
THEORY OF OPERATION
0003 00
THEORY OF OPERATION
General. The M85 Series Field Laundries were designed for support of field hospital and reconstitutive
operations. The design provides for the assembly of all necessary components needed for a batch laundry
operation on an open 5-ton trailer that affords rough terrain transportability. The system operates on
208VAC, 3 Phase, 60 Hz power which is provided by an onboard 10kw generator. Hot water is provided
by an M-85 Water Heater that is interconnected with the external water supply. The laundry operation
includes a wash, extraction, and drying phase.
Washer. The front-loading washer is powered by an externally mounted motor and drive train. The washer
can be controlled either automatically or manually and has a 60-pound (27 kg) capacity. In manual
operation the wash time is variable up to 60 minutes. In the automatic mode two loads can be washed per
hour. Automatic operation is accomplished by use of the washer control console that regulates all
functions of the laundry cycle. The functions being controlled are the number of washes and rinses, water
level, and the water temperature. Washer Formula Cards, used to operate the controller, are pre-punched
with standard wash cycles. Blank Washer Formula Cards and a cardpunch provided can be used to
program different washing cycles, as desired.
Extractor. The extractor uses centrifugal force to extract water from the wash load prior to the drying
process. Its perforated drum spins at 1700 rpm and is powered by a 3-hp motor. The extractor control has
a 10-minute variable timer and has a load capacity of 30 pounds (14 kg) dry weight.
Dryer. The front-loading dryer is powered by an externally mounted motor and drive train. The dryer has a
capacity of 30 pounds (14 kg) per load. Operating controls provide for an adjustable running time of 15
minutes for each drying cycle. It can process approximately four loads per hour. The dryer uses a fuel fired
air heater mounted onto the dryer to provide hot air for the drying operation. During operation, a flexible
exhaust hose is attached to the dryer to channel away the hot air from the operators.
Water Heater. The M-85 Water Heater operation is explained in TM 10-4520-259-13&P. The washer can
be operated using hot water provided by the water heater, or cold water, bypassing the water heater.
Water Pump. The portable, centrifugal-type water pump is mounted in a carrying frame. During use, it is
placed near the water source and connected to M-85 Water Heater with a water hose and power cable.
After the initial prime, the pump will deliver 18-20 gallons (63.82-73.14 liters) of water per minute at a 25foot head loss. In the M85 transport configuration the pump is stored on the right front side of the trailer.
Air Compressor. The air compressor provides air pressure for the operation of the valves that control
washer water intake, washer drain valves, and the water heater hot water supply. The adjustable range of
compressed air is 20 to 100 psi (138 to 690 kPa).
Generator. The Laundry Unit operates on 60-Hertz, 3-phase, 208VAC power. This is supplied by a 10kw
generator, mounted on the right-hand side of the trailer. The power supply is connected to a power
distribution panel that distributes power to the components of the laundry unit. The panel includes the
necessary circuit breakers for the safe operation of each major component of the laundry. Refer to TM 56115-585-12 for a general description and operating procedures for the generator.
Trailer. The trailer on which the M85 series laundries are mounted is a 5-ton, 4-wheel (tandem axle),
flatbed type. Leveling jacks are on the four corners of the trailer to provide stability and level during
operation of the Laundry Unit. Refer to TM 9-2330-376-14&P for general description and operating
procedures.
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OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
CONTROLS AND INDICATORS
0004 00
GENERAL
This work package contains information on the controls and indicators of the laundry. For information
concerning the controls and indicators of the 5-ton trailer, 10kw generator, and M-85 Water Heater,
consult the appropriate publication (Refer to work package 0002 00 or 0014 00). The illustration below
shows the laundry components on which controls and indicators are found. Subsequent illustrations and
tables explain the specific function of each control and indicator.
Controls/Indicators
Figure
Washer
Washer Formula Card
Dryer
Extractor
Water Pump
Power Distribution Panel
Air Compressor
1-3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Power Distribution Panel
Extractor
Dryer
Washer
Water
Heater
Air Compressor
Washer Control
Water Pump
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0004 00
20
1
9
4
19
3
11
15
13
10
16
5
2
7
6
8
12
14
Start Marker
Cycle
Timer
18
17
Figure 1. M85-200 Washer Controls and Indicators
0004 00-2
Washer
Formula
Card
TM 10-3510-222-10
0004 00
M85-200 Model Laundry
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
Temperature Gage
Indicates temperature of water coming from water heater.
2
MANUAL TIMER
Controls time (60 minutes) of operation during manual
operation.
3
ON Indicator Light
Indicates machine is on.
4
SUPPLIES Indicator Light
In auto mode, indicates to operator that supplies are required.
5
TIMER Indicator Light
In manual mode, indicates time-out or supplies are needed.
6
DIMMER Switch
Provides control of brightness for ON/SUPPLIES/TIMER
Indicator Lights.
7
MASTER ON/OFF Switch
Turns controller on/off.
8
AUTO/MANUAL /OFF Switch
Selects auto or manual operation, off position enables door
unlock switch.
9
LEVEL LOW/1 Switch
Sets low level of water for automatic wash cycle or sets water
level for manual when LEVEL SELECT is switched to 1.
10
LEVEL HIGH/2 Switch
Sets high level of water for automatic wash cycle or sets
water level for manual when LEVEL SELECT is switched to
2.
11
DRAIN OPEN/CLOSED
Switch
Opens and closes drain valve.
12
LEVEL SELECT 1 or 2 Switch
Enables LEVEL LOW/1switch or HIGH/2 switch to operate
13
COLD WATER ON/OFF
Switch
Turns cold water valve on/off.
14
HOT WATER ON/OFF Switch
Turns hot water valve on/off.
15
Audible SIGNAL
Alerts operator that washer controls require attention.
16
SIGNAL CANCEL Switch
Cancels audible signal indicator.
17
RUN/STOP/Motor Switch
Engages/disengages auto mode drive and starts cycle timer.
18
Cylinder Control Wheel
Manually advances cylinder.
19
Door Unlock Switch
Unlocks washer door.
20
Soap Dispenser
Allows operator to add supplies during the washing cycle.
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0004 00
Rear View of
Motor
Junction Box
19
18
1
9
7
4
11
13
3
14
17
2
5
8
10
12
Start
Marker
6
Cycle
Timer
16
15
Figure 2. M85-100 Washer Controls and Indicators
0004 00-4
Washer
Formula
Card
TM 10-3510-222-10
0004 00
M85-100 Model Laundry
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
Temperature Gage
Indicates temperature of water coming from water heater.
2
MANUAL TIMER
Controls time of operation during manual operation.
3
ON Indicator Light
Indicates machine is on.
4
SUPPLIES Indicator Light
In auto mode, indicates to operator that supplies are required.
5
TIMER Indicator Light
In manual mode, indicates time-out or supplies are needed.
6
DIMMER Switch
Provides control of brightness for ON/SUPPLIES/TIMER
Indicator Lights.
7
MASTER ON/OFF Switch
Turns controller on/off.
8
AUTO/MANUAL /OFF Switch
Selects auto or manual operation, off position enables door
unlock switch.
9
WATER LEVEL Switch
Selects high and low water levels.
10
HOT WATER Switch
Turns hot water valve ON and OFF
11
DRAIN OPEN/CLOSED Switch
Opens and closes drain valve.
12
COLD WATER ON/OFF Switch
Turns cold water valve on/off.
13
SIGNAL CANCEL Switch
Cancels audible signal indicator.
14
SIGNAL
Alerts operator that attention is required at the washer
controls.
15
RUN/STOP/Motor Switch
Engages/disengages auto mode drive and starts cycle timer.
16
Cylinder Control Wheel
Manually advances cylinder.
17
Door Unlock Switch
Unlocks washer door.
18
Soap Dispenser
Allows operator to add supplies during the washing cycle.
19
Reset Button (located
on Motor Junction Box)
Resets motor circuit breaker.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Figure 4. Washer Formula Card
M85-100 and 200 Washer Formula Card Controls and Indicators
TRACK
TITLE
FUNCTION
1
SUPPLIES
2
Blank
3
PWR ON/OFF
Stops machine at end of formula card
4
HOT WATER
Adds proper amount of hot water
5
COLD WATER
Adds proper amount of cold water
6
REUSE WATER
Adds proper amount of reuse water (Not in Use)
7
Blank
8
Blank
9
WTR LVL LO/HI
10
Blank
11
WASTE DRAIN
Opens waste drain
12
REUSE DRAIN
Opens reuse drain (Not in Use)
Alerts operator to add supplies or that cycle is ending
Selects one of two pre-select levels of water
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0004 00
Dryer Controls and Indicators
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
Fuel Pressure Gage
Indicates pressure of fuel to burner.
2
Shutter Air Intake
Controls amount of air to burner.
a.
Turned downward, increases air to burner.
b.
Turned upward, decreases air to burner.
3
Sensor Switch
Stops tumbler rotation when dryer door is opened.
4
ON/OFF Sequential Timer
Controls drying time.
5
STOP RESET Button
Stops blower motor and turns ignition off.
6
START Button
Starts blower motor and turns ignition on.
7
Timer Buzzer
Slow beeping tone alerts operator that cycle is complete.
8
Alarm Buzzer
Fast beeping tone alerts operator that a safety shutdown has
occurred.
9
UV Scanner Indicator Light
Gives visual indication that a safety shutdown has occurred.
10
Burner Starter Motor Reset
Button
Reset burner motor relays.
11
UV Scanner Flame Safeguard
Control Reset Button
Closes fuel solenoid valve, stops spark for ignition, and sounds
alarm buzzer when tripped.
12
Temperature Control
Controls temperature of hot air exhaust.
13
Thermometer
Indicates exhaust temperature of drying air tumbler.
14
Tumbler Burner Sight Glass
To observe flame inside the burner.
15
UV Scanner Flame Safeguard
Control Eye
Initiates safety shutdown if flame inside burner goes out.
16
Air Nozzle
Allows operator to fine-tune air fuel mixture.
17
Globe Valve
Opens and closes fuel supply to burner.
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0004 00
2
1
16
15
14
13
17
3
4
12
5
6
9
7
8
11
10
Figure 5. Dryer Controls and Indicators
0004 00-8
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0004 00
3
2
1
5
4
Extractor Controls and Indicators
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
LID LOCKED Indicator Light
Light indicates that lid is locked in closed position.
Turn indicator light clockwise for off, and counter-clockwise for
on.
2
EMERGENCY STOP ONLY
Button
Allows the operator to shut down the extractor.
3
PUSH TO START Button
Starts the extractor motor.
4
Timer Interval
Allows the operator to control extractor times, 0-10 minutes.
Resets automatically. Has built in light and timer.
5
RESET Overload elay
Resets overload relay to motor.
Figure 6. Extractor Controls
0004 00-9
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0004 00
3
1
4
5
2
Water Pump Controls and Indicators
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
Toggle Switch
Turns water pump on or off.
2
Drain Cock
Allows the operator to drain water from water pump.
3
Quick Disconnect Plug
Allows operator to prime pump.
4
Reset Button
Resets thermal overload protector.
5
Screen
Filters large debris from pump.
NOTE
Some pumps are not equipped with a reset button.
Figure 7. Water Pump Controls
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0004 00
1
2
3
4
5
6
CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL
LOCATED BEHIND AIR
COMPRESSOR STAND
Power Distribution Panel Controls and Indicators
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
Circuit Breaker
Main System Breaker (60AMP)
2
Circuit Breaker
Extractor Breaker (20AMP)
3
Circuit Breaker
Compressor Breaker (20AMP)
4
Circuit Breaker
Dryer Breaker (20AMP)
5
Circuit Breaker
M-85 Water Heater Breaker (20AMP)
6
Circuit Breaker
Washer Breaker (20AMP)
Figure 8. Power Distribution Panel Controls
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0004 00
4
1
2
3
Air Compressor Controls and Indicators
KEY
CONTROL AND INDICATOR
FUNCTION
1
Full Voltage Starter Reset
Button
Reset button connects electrical circuit to the air compressor
from an overloaded condition.
2
Drain Cock
Allows operator to bleed water from washer air tank.
3
Pressure Dial Gage
Indicates pressure inside washer air tank (Part of Washer)
4
Air Compressor
Generates air for the system.
Figure 9. Air Compressor Controls
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0004 00
DECALS AND INSTRUCTION PLATES
The following decals and instruction plates are found on the M85 series laundries. For decals on the M-85
Water Heater, refer to TM 10-4520-259-13&P. For trailer decals refer to TM 9-2330-376-14&P. Generator
decals are described in TM 5-6115-585-12.
The following decals are found on the Extractor:
DO NOT STEP
EXTRACTOR OPERATION
Place material evenly in drum, so that
drum is in balance. Close cover.
Lid locked
Set Timer: 3 minutes for B.D.U.
4 minutes for cotton, wool
5 minutes for sleeping bags
Emergency Stop Only
Push to Stop
To restart: pull button out
Adjust load
Push START button
IMPORTANT
Do not use your main disconnect
switch to operate this machine
Press start button (timer resets
automatically after each cycle)
0004 00-13
Push to Start
TM 10-3510-222-10
0004 00
The following decals are found on the Dryer:
CAUTION
USE DIESEL
OR JP8
FUEL ONLY
CAUTION
HOT
EXHAUST TUBE
DRYER OPERATION
WARNING
AFTER SHUT DOWN IN FREEZING
TEMPERATURE DRAIN ALL WATER FROM
HOSES, PUMPS, AND TANKS. PERFORM
PROCEDURE IN WORK PACKAGE 0008 OF
TM 10-3510-222-10. LEAVE DRAIN VALVES
OPEN. INSPECT LAUNDRY UNIT TO
ENSURE ALL WATER HAS BEEN DRAINED
OPEN FUEL VALVE AND PRESS START BUTTON. FUEL
PUMP IS OPERATIONAL WHEN FUEL PRESSURE
GAUGE READS 100 TO 120 PSI. ALARM BUZZER WILL
SOUND AND BLUE INDICATOR LIGHT WILL LIGHT IF
FLAME SAFEGUARD CONTROL REQUIRES
RESETTING. RESET FLAME SAFEGUARD CONTROL
RESET BUTTON. ADJUST AIR SHUTTERS SO THAT NO
SMOKE IS VISIBLE. BURNER WILL CYCLE ON AND OFF.
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0004 00
The following decals are found on the washer:
HOT INTAKE
COLD INTAKE
RECYCLE INTAKE
WASTE DRAIN
RECYCLE DRAIN
CHECK OIL BEFORE
OPERATING GENERATOR.
SLIDE SOUND PANEL TO
RIGHT TO CHECK OR ADD
OIL.
M85-200
IMPORTANT
DO NOT LUBRICATE
OR ALLOW OIL TO
ENTER THIS UNIT
M85-100
WIRE MOTOR FOR THIS
ROTATION
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE
0005 00
SITING REQUIREMENTS
This section outlines the siting requirements of the M-85 Laundry, and describes the preparation of its
components. Refer to work package 0009 00 for operation under unusual weather or environmental
conditions. The M85 series laundries were not designed for operation in sustained temperatures below 320
F. Under these conditions, the laundries should be set up in a tent or other suitable enclosure.
At least two people are required to move and unload laundry components from the trailer. Read all
warnings and cautions within this section and follow procedures outlined herein to ensure safe operation
of the laundry and associated equipment.
SITE SELECTION
The laundry unit site will usually be determined by the availability of a water source and a wastewater
disposal area. In addition, vehicular access is required for the towing vehicle and re-supply of water and
JP-8 diesel fuel drums as well as possible evacuation of wastewater.
Select a site within the designated area that has good drainage, is relatively level, and free of obstacles.
Position the laundry unit trailer so that freshwater and wastewater connections are closest to the water
supply and wastewater disposal connection/area. Consider the length of the external water supply and
drain hoses as well as power supply cables shown below, before placing the laundry in its final position.
Power Distribution Cable, Water Pump to Water Heater, 25’
Suction Strainer to Water Pump, 1 ½” dia, 25’
Water Pump to Water Heater, 1 ½” dia, 25’
Water Bin to Drain Field, 1 ½” dia, 25’
Washer Drain to Drain Field, 2 ½”, 25’
When the trailer is in the designated position, set the parking levers, tower the trailer supports, and unhitch
towing vehicle. If necessary, dig holes or block wheels to ensure the trailer is level. Refer to TM 9-2330376-14&P.
LOWERING AND RAISING LANDING GEAR
CAUTION
Lower and raise all leveling jacks in increments. Lowering and raising one leveling jack
leg without lowering and raising the others can damage trailer.
1. Lowering.
CAUTION
Trailer must be uncoupled from towing vehicle before using leveling Jacks to level trailer.
Failure to follow this caution may result in damage to leveling jacks.
a. Pull swivel pin assembly (1) and allow leveling jack leg (5) to slowly swing down until swivel pin
assembly “clicks” into locked position.
b. Remove handcrank (2) from handcrank latch (3) and place on gearshaft (6).
c.
Rotate handcrank (2) clockwise to lower leveling jack leg (5).
d. Continue lowering leveling jack leg (5) until trailer is level or desired effect is achieved.
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2. Raising.
a. Rotate handcrank (2) counterclockwise to raise shoe (4) completely off ground.
b. Remove handcrank (2) from gearshaft (6) and stow in handcrank latch (3).
c.
Release swivel assembly (1) and swing leveling jack leg (5) into travel position until swivel pin
assembly “clicks” into locked position.
NOTE
Ensure that all 4 landing legs are down and locked. Ensure trailer is level and wheels are
chocked.
ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE
During the assembly, operation, and shutdown of the M-85 series laundries you may have to refer at times
to TM 5-6115-585-12 for generator operation, TM 10-4520-259-13&P for water heater operation, TM 55430-227-12&P for operation of the 3000 Gallon Fabric water tank (if used), and TM 9-2330-376-14&P on
trailer data. You should have these publications available before assembling and setting up your laundry.
WARNING
The laundry components are heavy. To avoid injuries, two persons are
required to unload, move and position components.
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0005 00
Components are mounted or stored on the trailer for shipment and storage. During operation, some
components are removed from the trailer. The setup instructions that follow include steps for unpacking
and positioning components. These should be unpacked only when the laundry is being operated or when
maintenance is needed. Figure 1 shows the laundry in the shipping and storage configuration.
Figure 1. Laundry Unit in Shipping or Storage Configuration
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Removing Tarpaulin
1.
Remove the tarpaulin by unhooking the fibrous rope (1) securing the tarpaulin to the trailer bed.
2.
Undo the pile fastener tape (2) on the weather flap (3) at one of the corners. The tarpaulin is laced
the same way at each of the corners. Unlace one corner at a time.
3.
Remove half-hitch knot (4) and undo the lacing on all four corners as shown.
4.
After all four corners are open, drain any accumulated water as shown (5).
5.
Refer to the tarpaulin folding diagram that follows and fold the tarpaulin by folding the left side so
that the bottom edge of the side falls in the center of the tarpaulin. Fold the right side in the same
fashion. Fold the front (labelled) up and onto the top of the tarpaulin followed by the back side.
Fold the left side lengthwise so that the edge falls in the center. Do the same for the right side.
Roll the folded tarpaulin up from back to front. Store rolled tarpaulin in basket (6) after contents
have been removed.
6.
Remove bottom bolts, washers, and nuts (7) from tarpaulin support frames (8) on the street side
of the Laundry Unit. Rotate tarpaulin support frames down. Store hardware (6) in toolbox.
NOTE
To prevent sagging of the tarpaulin caused by accumulated rainwater, plywood sheets may be laid
over the top of the frame as shown.
3
2
1
4
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5
6
8
7
8
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Step 3
0005 00
Step 2
Step 4
Step 5
Tarpaulin Folding Diagram
Installing Work Platform
WARNING
Installing the work platform requires two people to lift its components.
Failure to observe proper lifting procedures may result in serious
injury to personnel.
1.
Remove locking pin (1) from workstand upright storage support (2).
2.
Remove upright storage support (2) and store under wet washer bin (3).
3.
Remove short clamp assembly (4) and store in the toolbox located under the dryer (5).
4.
Remove long clamp assembly (7) and store it in toolbox.
5.
Slide washer platform (6) on trailer bed toward front of trailer.
6.
Lift washer platform (6) off the trailer and place it on the ground on its side.
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7.
Remove short platform (8) from trailer.
8.
Remove locking pin (1) from workstand upright storage support (2).
9.
Remove upright storage support (2) and store under wet washer bin (3).
10.
Lift the dryer platform (9) off the trailer and place it on the ground on its side.
11.
Remove quick release pins (10) from platform assemblies. Adjust washer/dryer platform braces
(11) and re-insert quick release pins (10) into holes.
12.
Position washer platform (6) and dryer platform (9) upright next to the trailer in front of the washer
and dryer, respectively.
13.
Install the short platform (8) between the washer platform (6) and dryer platform (9).
14.
Adjust platform level and brace platform feet with platform footings (12) in soft ground, as needed.
15.
Remove two-step maintenance platform (13), in front of circuit breaker panel (14), and install on
dryer platform (9).
16.
Locate and remove the one-step stairs (15) from the wet washer bin and install on the washer
platform (6).
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4
3
7
6
1
2
5
9
15
8
11
10
11
13
6
12
9
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0005 00
Install Ladder and Remove Street Side Beam.
CAUTION
Do not throw the ladder onto the ground. Use two persons to lift the ladder and position it
as specified. Rough handling will damage the ladder.
1.
Release two tiedown straps (1) holding ladder (2) to the struts (3) and remove ladder.
2.
Position the ladder (2) on the curbside beam (4) as needed.
3.
Remove two locking pins (5) from each of the two struts (3). Remove struts and set struts
underneath trailer.
WARNING
Two personnel are required to remove the street side beam. Serious
injury may result otherwise.
4.
Remove two locking pins (6) from street side beam (7) and remove beam. Store street side beam
underneath trailer.
5.
Remove contents from baskets (8).
6.
Store tarpaulin (9) two struts (3) and workstand upright storage supports (10) in baskets.
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8
4
2
8
6
7
1
5
9
2
3
10
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0005 00
Connecting and Disconnecting Quick Disconnect (QD) Couplings.
CAUTION
To prevent damage to QD couplings, avoid getting dirt, sand and debris on mating
surfaces.
1.
To remove a QD cap (1) from a QD male coupling half (2), open locking arms (3) on QD cap and
lift the cap off the coupling.
2.
When connecting two QD coupling halves, make sure mating surfaces are clean and inspect
gasket for cleanliness and for presence of cuts and damage.
3.
Open locking arms (3) of female QD coupling half (4).
4.
Position QD female coupling half (4) on QD male coupling half (5 and hold in place.
5.
Close both locking arms of the QD female coupling at the same time until both arms are closed
against the body of the QD female coupling half (4).
6.
Pull on QD female coupling half (4) to make sure that QD coupling is connected properly.
7.
To remove a QD plug (6 from a QD female coupling half (4), open locking arms (3) on QD plug
and pull the plug out of the coupling.
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1
3
Un-Lock
Lock
5
4
Un-Lock
3
Lock
5
3
3
Un-Lock
4
6
Lock
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0005 00
Connecting the Water Supply
1.
To connect the water supply requires the following components:
Water Pump
Water Hose, 25’, 1 ½” dia (2 each)
Water Hose, 8’, 1 ½” dia
Power Distribution Cable
Suction Strainer
3,000 Gallon Tank (If used)
2.
Remove the 2 bolts (1) from the right and left angle tie down (2) holding the water pump (3) to the
trailer bed, and remove the tiedowns. Store tiedowns in overhead bin.
WARNING
The water pump is heavy. To avoid injuries, two persons are required to
unload, move and position the pump.
3.
Lift water pump (3) off the trailer and locate it no more than 20’ from the intended water source.
4.
If a 3,000 Gallon Tank is being used for water storage, erect the tank as described in TM 5-5430227-12&P.
WARNING
Hose clamps on water hoses can have sharp edges. Be careful when
handling hoses.
5.
Connect the QD female coupling of a 25’, 1 ½” dia water hose (4) to the water pump input QD
male coupling (5). Connect suction strainer (6) to the other end of this hose, and place it into the
water source.
6.
The suction strainer should not be resting at the bottom of the water source. If a 3000 Gallon Tank
is used the strainer should be inserted through the tank opening on top and suspended about half
way into the tank. When an open water source is used the strainer should be suspended from a
support made of available materials such as tree branches or saplings.
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2
3
4
5
6
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WARNING
Ensure that water hoses do not touch or cross other water hoses,
exhaust ducts, power cables, or fuel lines. Melting/damage can occur
causing leaking fuel and water or electrical hazards. Death by
electrocution, fire, or explosion could result.
7.
Connect the QD female coupling (1) of a 25’, 1 ½” dia water hose to the water pump output QD
male coupling. Connect the other female coupling to the M-85 Water Heater input QD male
coupling (2). Route the hose as shown.
8.
Ensure the cold water hose (3) is properly connected to the M-85 Water Heater intake Tee (4) (On
some models this may be a permanently installed pipe assembly)
9.
Ensure drain valve (5) on M-85 Water Heater is closed. (Refer to TM 10-4520-259-13&P.) Turn
clockwise to close.
10.
Ensure electrical connector switch on M-85 Water Heater (6) is OFF (Refer to TM 10-4520-25913&P).
11.
Ensure drain valve (7) on water pump is closed. Turn clockwise to close.
12.
Ensure water pump toggle switch (8) is OFF.
WARNING
Ensure that the power distribution cable is not frayed or damaged and
does not lie in standing water. Serious injuries or electrocution could
result.
13.
Connect the water pump power distribution cable (9) between water heater electrical receptacle
(10) and the water pump electrical receptacle (11).
14.
Connect the QD female couplings (12 and 13) of an 8’, 1 ½” dia water hose (12) to the washer
input QD male coupling (13), and the M-85 Water Heater output QD male coupling (14),
respectively. Route the hose as shown.
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10
13
5
12
14
3
2
9
1
8
7
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4
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Connecting Wastewater Hoses
WARNING
Keep drain hoses well separated from freshwater hoses to avoid water
contamination and serious personnel sickness.
WARNING
Ensure that drain hoses do not touch or cross other water hoses, exhaust
ducts, power cables, or fuel lines. Melting/damage can occur causing
leaking fuel and water or electrical hazards. Death by electrocution, fire,
or explosion could result.
NOTE
Connect hoses as described under ‘Connecting and Disconnecting Quick Disconnect
(QD) Couplings’ in this work package.
1.
Connect 40’, 1 ½” dia drain hose (1) to the extractor drain pipe assembly QD male coupling (2)
and washer drain pipe QD male coupling (3).
2.
Connect 25’, 1-1/2” dia drain hose (4) to wet wash bin QD male coupling (5). Route the hose to
the designated drain field or holding area/tank.
3.
Remove QD cap (6) from QD male coupling on washer/extractor drain assembly (7).
4.
Connect 25’, 2-1/2” dia drain hose (8) to washer/extractor drain assembly QD male coupling (9).
Route the drain hose to the designated drain field or holding area/tank.
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1
7
3
9
6
8
4
5
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Connecting Power Cables
WARNING
The laundry unit operates on 208 VAC power. Follow the procedures
closely when connecting the power cables. High voltage cannot be seen
but it can kill you. Electricity is unlike most other dangerous things you
can come in contact with because it gives no warning and no symptoms
to be wary of. Its effect is immediate. It can kill you, render you
unconscious, or severely burn you.
NOTE
The main power cable and ground rod is typically left installed when the laundry unit is
operated at the same location for a period of time. If this is the case, skip the procedures
for installing them.
1.
Ensure the generator master switch is in the OFF position. Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12.
2.
Remove the dust caps from the main power cable (1) and the power distribution panel connector
(2).
3.
Ensure that main power cable plug (1) is connected to the power distribution panel receptacle
connector (2).
2
1
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NOTE
If M-85 laundry has been used previously, the pigtail ends are connected as shown below.
4.
Connect the pigtail ends of the main power cable to the generator power output panel as follows:
(Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 if necessary.)
Generator Connector
L1
L2
L3
LO
GROUND
L1
Black
L3
Blue or
Orange
Main Power Cable
BLACK
RED
BLUE or ORANGE
WHITE
GREEN (The ground cable is connected to the ground stud located at the
bottom of the generator frame.)
L2
Red
LO
White
Generator Power
Output Panel
Generator
Ground Stud
(Green ground
cable connection)
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WARNING
Extreme care must be taken to prevent injury to fingers or hands when
driving the ground rods. Do not place hands between the ram and drive
collar. Gloves should be worn. Be sure all connections are tight so as to
avoid a possible spark between the units and the ground rod.
5.
Locate ground rod with ground rod coupling and driving stud.
NOTE
If driving gets too hard, soak the earth with water and try driving rod until eight feet of rod
is in the ground. If this does not work initially, continue soaking ground. If unable to get
eight feet of rod into the soil, then keep soil moist around the rod for the duration of the
operation.
6.
Drive ground rod into ground with hammer. When ground rod is six inches above ground, remove
driving stud (1).
7.
Screw the next ground rod section (3) into ground rod coupling (2). Screw driving stud (1) into
ground rod coupling (3).
8.
Continue this process until ground rod is eight feet below earth’s surface.
9.
Install bare copper wire (4) into electrical clamp (5) and tighten clamp.
10.
Install bare copper wire (4) onto lug of generator marked GROUND (6).
11.
Place lug terminal that comes on braided wire with ground rod in toolbox.
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2
3
5
2
2
4
3
3
Earth
Ground Stud on Generator
6
Install Dryer Bin
1.
Remove four hexagon head cap screws, (1) lock washers (2), and flat washers (3) holding the
dryer bin (4) in its storage location between the water heater (5) and generator (6).
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2.
Remove the dryer bin (4) and place it in front of dryer (7).
3.
Re-install four hexagon head cap screws, (1) lock washers (2), and flat washers (3) in the same
location from which they were removed between the water heater and generator.
2
1
3
4
7
6
5
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Connecting Dryer Fuel Hoses
WARNING
Use only diesel or JP-8 fuel. Failure to do so may result in death or
serious injury to personnel or damage to equipment
1.
Prepare the drum fill adapter (1) as follows:
2.
If a 55-gallon (208 liters) drum (2) is used, remove drum extension (3) from return outlet (4).
3.
Install the drum extension (3) on the supply pipe coupling (5).
4.
Install the drum fill adapter into 55-gallon (208 liters) drum (2).
5.
If a 5-gallon (19 liter) military gas can (6) is used, install the drum fill adapter (1) onto the can with
the drum extension (3) installed on the return outlet (4).
NOTE
Tighten 3/4-in drum extensions couplings with adjustable wrench to prevent air from
entering drum fill adapter.
1
4
5 Gallon Can
Set-Up
5
55 Gallon
Drum Set-Up
3
2
6
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WARNING
Be sure that fuel lines do not touch, or cross water hoses, power cables,
or exhaust ducts. Melting/damage can occur causing leaking fuel and
water or electrical hazards. Death by electrocution, fire, or explosion
could result.
6.
Locate two 25’ fuel hoses (1) stored under dryer (2).
NOTE
Remove dust plugs prior to connecting fuel hoses.
7.
Connect one of the two fuel hoses to the dryer fuel filter male connector (3) and the other fuel
hose to the dryer fuel pump 900 fitting (4)
8.
On M-85-200 Model Laundry Unit, position fuel hoses (1) in clamp (5) on right side of dryer and
tighten the clamp.
9.
Connect the other ends of the fuel hoses (6) to the drum fill adapter (7). The line from the fuel filter
(3) connects to the fitting labeled SUPPLY (8) on the drum fill adapter. The line from the fuel pump
900 fitting (4) connects to fitting labeled RETURN (9) on the drum fill adapter.
10.
Tighten the ¾” fuel line couplings using an adjustable wrench.
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4
4
3
5
1
RETURN
2
6
SUPPLY
9
8
7
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Connecting M-85 Water Heater Fuel Hoses
WARNING
Use only diesel or JP-8 fuel. Failure to do so may result in death or
serious injury to personnel or damage to equipment.
1.
Prepare drum fill adapter as described in previous procedure for the dryer.
2.
Locate two 25’ fuel hoses (1) stored under water heater (2).
WARNING
Be sure that fuel lines do not touch, or cross water hoses, power cables,
or exhaust ducts. Melting/damage can occur causing leaking fuel and
water or electrical hazards. Death by electrocution, fire, or explosion
could result.
NOTE
Remove dust plugs prior to connecting fuel hoses.
3.
Connect one fuel hose to the M-85 Water Heater fuel filter (3) (Refer to TM 10-4520-259-13&P for
location of water heater components) and the SUPPLY fitting (4) of the drum fill adapter (5).
4.
Connect the other fuel hose to the bottom of the M-85 Water Heater fuel pump (6) (Refer to TM
10-4520-259-13&P for location of water heater components) and the RETURN fitting (7) of the
drum fill adapter.
5.
Tighten the 3/4-in fuel line couplings using an adjustable wrench.
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3
2
1
6
RETURN
SUPPLY
4
7
5
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Connect Dryer, Generator, and Water Heater Exhaust Hoses.
1.
Unhook straps (1) and remove metal exhaust hoses from Laundry Unit.
WARNING
Be sure that exhaust ducts do not touch, or cross water hoses, power
cables, or exhaust ducts. Melting/damage can occur causing leaking fuel
and water or electrical hazards. Death by electrocution, fire, or explosion
could result.
2.
Connect one 5-inch (12.6 cm) metal hose (2) through the hose bracket (3) to the dryer exhaust
elbow (4). Connect the second 5-inch (12.6 cm) metal hose to the end of the first and extend it
away from the trailer.
NOTE
The dryer air duct hose is stored inside the dryer bin during transportation.
3.
Install 12-inch (30.5 cm) air duct hose (5) on dryer exhaust duct adapter (6). Fully extend air duct
hose (5) along curbside of trailer.
2
4
1
5
6
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Extend metal hose away from the
trailer.
Fully extend air duct hose along
curbside of trailer.
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WARNING
Carbon monoxide is dangerous. Ensure that exhausts are properly
vented to an open-air area. Death or serious injury to personnel can
result from heavy exposure to exhaust gas.
4.
Connect two 2-inch (51 mm) generator exhaust hoses (1) to the generator exhaust ports (2).
Extend ducts away from trailer.
WARNING
Be sure that exhaust ducts do not touch, or cross water hoses, power
cables, or exhaust ducts. Melting/damage can occur causing leaking fuel
and water or electrical hazards. Death by electrocution, fire, or explosion
could result.
5.
Connect two 7-inch (17.8 cm) burner exhaust ducts (3) together. Connect joint burner exhaust
ducts to the water heater exhaust port (4).
2
4
1
3
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Extend ducts to full length and
away from rear of trailer.
Extend ducts away from
trailer.
Sound Control Panel Installation
Install the sound control panels as described in WP 0013.
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS
0006 00
INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS
Prior to operating the laundry unit, the following component preparation and initial adjustments and
settings must be made. Ensure that sufficient JP-8 diesel fuel is available in the fuel drums and/or 5 Gallon
cans.
WARNING
If EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN is required, turn MASTER SWITCH on
generator control panel to OFF. Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 and
familiarize yourself with the location of this switch. All electrical power to
Laundry Unit will be cut off. Failure to observe this warning may result in
serious injury or death to personnel.
WARNING
Ear protection is required when operating the Laundry Unit. Serious
hearing loss could occur if the Laundry Unit is operated without ear
protection.
CAUTION
Ensure that all circuit breakers on the main power panel of the laundry unit are in the OFF
position. Ensure that ON/OFF switches on the washer, dryer, extractor, water heater and
water pump are in the OFF position to prevent serious equipment damage.
NOTE
Ensure PMCS has been done on water heater, generator and laundry.
Start the generator as described in TM 5-6115-585-12.
To prepare the water pump for operation, proceed as follows:
1.
Remove quick disconnect plug (I) at the top of the pipe tee (2).
2.
Ensure petcock drain (3) is closed.
3.
Prime the pump by filling up the pipe tee (2) with clean water.
4.
Replace quick disconnect plug (1).
5.
Press reset button (4) (if pump is so equipped).
6.
Set main and all component circuit breakers on the laundry main power panel to ON.
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NOTE
When air compressor breaker is set to ON, air compressor will operate.
7.
Set water pump toggle switch (5) to ON.
2
1
5
4
NOTE
Some pumps are not
equipped with a reset
button
3
To prepare the water heater for operation, proceed as follows:
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NOTE
The air must be completely vented from this hose before the vent is closed. Failure to
follow this procedure correctly may activate the low water switch, preventing startup.
1.
Install five-foot drain hose on vent valve. Open the vent valve (1) until water flows from vent hose
(2), then close vent valve (1).
2.
Open the water outlet ball valve (3) (handle should be parallel with the piping).
NOTE
Priming the fuel pump should only be necessary if the pump is dry after the water heater
has been in storage, or a new or rebuilt fuel pump has been installed. However, if after
three attempts to start the water heater, no fuel pressure is indicated, the pump should be
primed. Refer to TM 10-4520-259-13&P.
3.
Open the air band (4) on the fuel pump (5) approximately half way.
NOTE
The water heater will not operate if the thermometer reading is higher than the
temperature control setting.
4.
Set the water temperature control (6) to 1600 F (71°C).
5.
Open control box (7). Press UV or IR scanner flame safeguard control reset button (8) and close
box.
WARNING
Do not open vent valve or touch exhaust ducts while the water heater is
running or immediately after shutdown, as severe burns may result.
6.
Open the fuel valve (9). (Counterclockwise opens valve).
7.
Set power switch (10) to ON and observe correct rotation of motor. (Clockwise, looking at rear of
motor.) If motor rotation is incorrect, refer to unit maintenance.
8.
If necessary, adjust fuel pressure for elevation as follows:
a. Remove cap (11) from pressure adjustment screw (12) on right side of fuel pump (5).
b. Turn the adjustment screw (12) in, or out, to the appropriate setting on the fuel pressure gage
as shown in the table below. Then re-install the cap (11) onto the adjustment screw (12).
9.
Elevation
Pressure
Up to 2500 ft
125 psi (preset at factory)
2501ft to 4000ft
115 psi
4001 ft and Up
100 psi
Adjust the air band (4) on the fuel pump (5) until there is little or no smoke in the heater exhaust.
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6
8
7
10
3
5
4
1
2
9
11
12
Before preparing the dryer for operation, determine what type of clothing is to be dried, then proceed as
follows:
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NOTE
Priming the fuel pump should only be necessary if the pump is dry after the dryer has
been in storage, or a new or rebuilt fuel pump has been installed. However, if after three
attempts to start the water heater, no fuel pressure is indicated, the pump should be
primed in the same manner as the water heater.
CAUTION
When setting temperature control knob, always turn knob to the right. Failure to do this
will damage temperature control.
1.
Set temperature control (1) to correct setting as follows:
Material
Cotton
Wool
Battle Dress Uniform (BDU)
Temperature
250°F (121°C)
200°F (93°C).
Do not exceed 130°F (54°C).
CAUTION
Make sure to turn sequential timer clockwise; turning counter-clockwise could cause
damage to equipment.
2.
Set sequential timer (2) to ON, for approximately 10 minutes.
3.
Open air shutter (3) approximately ½”.
4.
Open the fuel shutoff valve (4). Counterclockwise opens valve.
5.
Loosen three thumbscrews (5) on control cover (6) and open the cover.
6.
Push UV scanner flame safeguard control reset button (7).
7.
Close control cover (6) and tighten three thumbscrews (5).
8.
Push motor START button (8) on front panel (6).
9.
Check fuel pressure gage (11) for correct setting. If necessary, adjust fuel pressure for elevations
as follows:
a. Remove cap (12) from pressure adjustment screw (13) on right side of fuel pump (10).
b. Turn the adjustment screw (13) in, or out, to the appropriate setting on the fuel pressure gage
as shown in the table below. Then re-install the cap (12) onto the adjustment screw (13).
Elevation
Up to 3000 ft
3001 ft to 5000 ft
5001 ft and UP
10.
Pressure
120 psi (factory setting)
110 psi
100 psi
Adjust the air shutter (3) on the blower (14) by loosening the thumbscrew (15) and sliding shutter
up or down to increase or decrease air opening, so that the heater burner has a steady roar. A
bright clean flame will be seen in the sight glass (16).
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11.
0006 00
(Only on M85 200) Adjust the burner air nozzle (17) for best operation. Loosen lock nut (18) and
set screw (19). Adjust the nozzle lever (17) so that a bright, clean flame burning with a steady roar
is achieved. Then tighten set screw (19) and lock nut (18).
14
3
10
11
12 15
9
13
16
2
4
1
8
7
6
5
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OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
0007 00
This work package contains the operating procedures for the M-85-100 and M-85-200 trailer mounted
laundry units. Separate procedures are provided for each model laundry. Make sure you are using the
correct procedures for your model laundry unit. If you do not know what model laundry you are to operate,
check the data plate on the left side of the trailer hitch.
Data Plate
If you have just completed the initial adjustment procedures and want to operate the equipment, go
directly to the automatic or manual washing procedures for your model laundry unit on the following
pages:
OPERATION
AUTOMATIC
MANUAL
M-85-100
PAGE 0007 00-14
PAGE 0007 00-18
M85-200
PAGE 0007 00-20
PAGE 0007 00-26
If your laundry unit was shut down for a period of time, and the water heater, generator, water pump, and
dryer were shut down, for example, when the laundry is shut down over-night, begin with the component
start up procedures on the following page.
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0007 00
WARNING
If EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN is required, pull out DC control circuit
breaker on generator control panel (Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 and
familiarize yourself with the location of this control), or turn OFF 60 AMP
main circuit breaker on power distribution panel to shut down all electrical
power to the laundry unit. Failure to observe this warning may result in
serious injury or death to personnel.
WARNING
Ear protection is required when operating the Laundry Unit. Serious
hearing loss could occur if the Laundry Unit is operated without ear
protection.
1.
Perform starting procedures on generator as described in TM 5-6115-585-12.
2.
Set toggle switch (1) on water pump to ON.
3.
Set water heater temperature control (2) to 160°F (71°C).
4.
Open water heater fuel valve (3) (counterclockwise).
5.
Set water heater switch (4) to ON. Refer to TM 10-4520-259-13&P for any specific information on
the water heater.
6.
Set dryer temperature control (5) to correct setting as follows:
For cotton items to 250°F (121°C).
For wool items to 200°F (93°C).
For Battle Dress Uniform (BDUs) do not exceed 130°F (54°C).
7.
Open the dryer fuel valve (6) (counterclockwise).
8.
Push dryer motor START button (7) on switch box cover (8).
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1
4
3
5
6
8
7
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0007 00
Table 0007 00-1. Clothing Weights
PERSONAL CLOTHING ITEMS
Uniform, Battledress, Temperate Zone
Cap, Combat, Temperate Camouflage Type I
Cap, Desert, Type II
Hot Weather BDU Cap
Uniform, Battledress, Hot Weather
Hat and Insect Net, Hot Weather
Uniform, Battledress, Desert
Parka, Desert Nighttime Camouflage
Liner, Desert Nighttime Camouflage
Trousers, Desert Nighttime Camouflage
Hat, Desert Camouflage
Drawers/Undershirt, Cotton, Brown 436 (Ensemble)
Combat Vehicle Crewman’s Clothing System
Liner, Coveralls, Combat Vehicle Crewman’s
Coveralls, Combat Vehicle Crewman’s
Overalls, Combat Vehicle Crewman’s
Jacket, Cold Weather, High Temperature Resistant
Hood, Combat Vehicle Crewman’s Coveralls (Balaclava)
Aircrew Battledress Uniform
Coverall, Flyer’s, Fire Resistant
Jacket, Flyer’s, Lightweight
Uniform, Cold Wet
Uniform, Cold Dry
Underwear, Cold Weather
Socks, Men’s, Wool, Cushion Sole, Stretch Type
Shirt, Cold Weather, Field, Wool/Nylon, Olive Green 108 (Ensemble)
Liners, Cold Weather, Coat and Trousers (Ensemble)
Coat, Cold Weather, Field, Woodland, Camouflage Pattern
Trousers, Cold Weather, Field, Woodland, Camouflage Pattern
Cap, Cold Weather, Insulating, Helmet Liner
Liner, Extreme Cold Weather, Parka and Trousers (Ensemble)
Parka and Trousers, Extreme Cold Weather
Hood, Extreme Cold Weather/Synthetic Fur
Socks, Men’s Wool, Winter
Mask, Extreme Cold Weather
Mask, Cold Weather, OG-207
Underwear, Extended Cold Weather, Polypropylene (Ensemble)
Shirt, Polyester, Fiberpile, Extended Cold Weather
Overall, Bib, Cold Weather, Fiberpile
Trousers, Cold Weather, Field, Woodland Camouflage Pattern
Parka, Extended Cold Weather, Woodland Camouflage (Ensemble)
Hood, Balaclava, Extended Cold Weather
Ruff, Parka, Extended Cold Weather
Parka and Trousers, Snow Camouflage (Ensemble)
Parka and Trousers, Wet Weather (Ensemble)
Physical Fitness Uniform (Ensemble)
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Dry Weight
Pounds
Kg
3.14
1.34
3.5 oz
0.10
3.5 oz
0.10
2.5 oz
0.70
2.94
1.32
5.0 oz
0.14
3.38
1.50
1.90
0.86
1.50
0.63
1.30
0.59
4.0 oz
0.11
8.90
0.24
14.0
6.36
2.20
1.00
2.75
1.25
4.6
2.09
2.31
1.05
0.7
0.32
2.5
1.13
2.2
1.00
1.47
0.67
18.69
8.40
24.9
14.20
12 oz
0.20
2.6
0.80
3.78
1.72
0.86
0.39
4.0
1.80
3.34
1.52
0.28
0.13
1.11
0.56
2.43
1.07
12.0 oz 0.34
5.5 oz
0.16
4.0 oz
0.11
3.0 oz
0.09
1.5
0.68
1.3
0.59
1.6
0.73
4.0
1.80
2.89
1.31
0.45
0.20
0.35
0.16
1.9
0.87
2.31
1.05
47.0 oz 0.97
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Table 0007 00-1. Clothing Weights - Continued
HOSPITAL CLOTHING/LINEN
Slippers, canvas, pair
Cap, operating, surgical, green
Gown, operating, surgical, green
Trousers, operating, surgical
Shirt, man’s, operating
Robe, dress, cord
Gown, operating, surgical, white
Sheet, bed, cotton, white
Pillowcase, cotton, white
Sheet, bed, cotton, green
Sheet, bed, cotton, fitted
Blanket, bed, cotton, white
Blanket, bed, wool, OD
0007 00-5
Dry Weight
Pounds
Kg
1.29
0.58
0.08
0.04
1.26
0.57
0.73
0.33
0.72
0.33
2.25
1.02
2.00
0.90
2.00
0.90
0.40
1.81
2.00
0.91
0.58
0.26
3.38
1.53
4.67
2.12
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0007 00
Automatic Washing M-85-100 Model Laundry.
The following procedures are for the operation of the M-85-100 Model Laundry only, using a pre-punched
washer formula card to control the wash cycle. If it is necessary to change formulas, proceed as follows:
WARNING
Do not make or change electrical connections while the unit is in
operation. The voltage generated by the generator can cause death by
electrocution. Keep moisture away from the engine—generator and keep
the surrounding area dry when operating the unit. Failure to observe this
warning may result in death by electrocution. Do not service the unit with
fuel while the unit is in operation. Failure to observe this warning may
result in serious injury or death to personnel.
WARNING
If EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN is required, pull out DC control circuit
breaker on generator control panel (Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 and
familiarize yourself with the location of this control), or turn OFF 60 AMP
main circuit breaker on power distribution panel to shut down all electrical
power to the laundry unit. Failure to observe this warning may result in
serious injury or death to personnel.
CAUTION
Door unlock switch is interlocked with other switches. If washing machine still contains
water, door will not unlock until washing machine has drained or damage to equipment
may result.
1.
Open front cover of washer control panel, and place Run/Stop knob (1) in stop position.
CAUTION
When removing/installing washer formula card, install from right side and always remove
from left side of cycle timer. Do not remove washer formula card from right side as this
may damage the card or cycle timer.
2.
Pull formula card (2) in timer to the side and remove.
3.
Insert left edge of card into right edge of card reader until cylinder control wheel engages card.
Rotate wheel until hairline mark aligns with left edge of minutes on card.
4.
Using cylinder control wheel (4) align start position with hairline start marker (5) on timer front and
place Run/Stop knob (1) in RUN position. Timer is now ready to start.
5.
Set MASTER switch (6) to ON.
6.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (7) to OFF.
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NOTE
To prepare the washer for an automatic wash cycle, proceed as follows:
1.
Push unlock switch (1) on door lock cover and unlock the door.
2.
Load the washer with up to 60 lbs of wash. Table 0007 00-1 lists the weight of various clothing
items.
3.
Check the air tank pressure gage (2) for a pressure of at least 60 psi (414 kpa). If pressure is
lower than 60 psi, (414 kPa), refer to troubleshooting procedures.
4.
Refer to FM 42-414 for field laundry washing and decontamination formulas. Select proper
formula chart.
NOTE
When washing camouflage clothing, use warm water and mild detergent. Do not use
chlorine bleach or starch on camouflage clothing.
5.
Unlatch soap dispenser (6). Add soap and wash rinse chute with water.
NOTE
Every time you add supplies through soap dispenser, close cover after adding supplies. If
cover is not closed, hot air will be vented causing water in washer to cool down.
6.
Close and latch soap dispenser cover (6).
7.
Place AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (7) in AUTO. Washer will start and run the formula selected.
8.
When SUPPLIES light (8) and audible signal (9) activate, add supplies called for in formula.
9.
At the end of the formula cycle a supplies signal alerts the operator that the formula is complete.
10.
At the end of cycle place AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (7) in OFF.
11.
Push unlock switch (1) on door lock cover and unlock the door.
NOTE
Door lock switch is interlocked with lever switches. If washing machine still contains water
door will not unlock until washing machine has drained. This is a safety feature to protect
operator from accidental scalding.
12.
Transfer laundry to the wet wash bin (10).
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Manual Washing M-85-100 Model Laundry.
The M-85-100 Laundry can be operated manually, using the controls located on the controller assembly.
With the MASTER switch (1) set to ON, the AUTO/OFF/ MANUAL switch (2), as well as the DRAIN switch
(3), LEVEL switch (4), and the HOT/COLD WATER switches (5 and 6) may be used to obtain whatever
manual operation is desired.
1.
With the MASTER switch (1) ON and AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (2) in OFF press unlock switch
(7) and unlock door. Load the washer with up to 60 lbs of wash. Table 0007 00-1 lists the weight
of various clothing items.
2.
Check the air tank pressure gage (8) for a pressure of at least 60 psi (414 kpa). If pressure is
lower than 60 psi, (414 kPa), refer to troubleshooting procedures.
3.
Select the proper formula from FM 10-280.
NOTE
The washer DRAIN switch (3) must be in closed position before water inlet valves will
operate. Use low level on wash, high level on rinse.
4.
Set DRAIN switch to closed position and set (3) HOT WATER (5), COLD WATER (6), and LEVEL
switch (4) for desired operation.
5.
Set AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (2) to manual and manual timer (9) to time called for in formula.
6.
Add proper supplies through soap chute (10). Rinse chute with water to remove remaining soap.
NOTE
Washer will continue to run indefinitely, when manual timer runs out, audible signal will
sound and timer light (11) will come on, but washer will not stop agitating until
AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (2) is set to OFF.
7.
When signal goes off switch DRAIN (3) to OPEN and allow to drain. Set WATER (5 and 6) and
LEVEL switch (4) for next desired operation, then position DRAIN switch (3) to CLOSED. This will
enable the washing machine to fill with water of the proper temperature to the proper level.
8.
Set manual timer (9) to time called for in formula.
9.
Continue sequence until formula is completed.
10.
Upon completion of manual operation position AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (2) in OFF and set
DRAIN switch (3) to OPEN and allow to drain.
11.
Press unlock switch (8) on door lock cover and open door.
NOTE
Unlock switch (8) is interlocked with lever switches. If washing machine still contains
water door will not unlock until washing machine has drained. This is a safety feature to
protect operator from accidental scalding.
12.
Transfer laundry to the wet wash bin (12).
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0007 00
Automatic Washing M-85-200 Model Laundry.
The following procedures are for the operation of the M-85-200 Model Laundry only, using a pre-punched
washer formula card to control the wash cycle. If it is necessary to change formulas, proceed as follows:
WARNING
Do not make or change electrical connections while the unit is in
operation. The voltage generated by the engine—generator can cause
death by electrocution. Keep moisture away from the engine—generator
and keep the surrounding area dry when operating the unit. Failure to
observe this warning may result in death by electrocution. Do not service
the unit with fuel while the unit is in operation. Failure to observe this
warning may result in serious injury or death to personnel.
WARNING
If EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN is required, pull out DC control circuit
breaker on generator control panel (Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 and
familiarize yourself with the location of this control), or turn OFF 60 AMP
main circuit breaker on power distribution panel to shut down all electrical
power to the laundry unit. Failure to observe this warning may result in
serious injury or death to personnel.
CAUTION
Door unlock switch is interlocked with other switches. If washing machine contains water,
door will not unlock until washing machine has drained or damage to equipment may
result. This is a safety feature to protect operator from accidental scalding.
1.
Open front cover of washer control panel, and place Run/Stop knob (1) in stop position.
CAUTION
When removing/installing washer formula card, install from right side and always remove
from left side of cycle timer. Do not remove washer formula card from right side as this
may damage the card or cycle timer.
NOTE
Laundry formula cards are stored in a compartment on top of control panel.
2.
Insert left edge of card into right edge of card reader until cylinder control wheel engages card.
Rotate wheel until hairline mark aligns with left edge of minutes on card.
3.
Set MASTER switch (6) to ON.
4.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (7) to OFF.
5.
Turn LEVEL LOW/I (8) indicator to 8 to provide good agitation without floating clothes in the water.
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Turn HIGH/2 (9) indicator to 11 to provide enough water for a thorough rinse.
Formula
cards stored
here.
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0007 00
To prepare the washer for an automatic wash cycle, proceed as follows:
1.
Press door unlock switch (1), rotate handle and open door.
2.
Load the washer with up to 60 lbs of wash. Table 0007 00-1 lists the weight of various clothing
items. Close door and rotate handle.
3.
Check the air tank pressure gage (2) for a pressure of at least 60 psi (414 kpa). If pressure is
lower than 60 psi, (414 kPa), refer to troubleshooting procedures.
4.
Refer to FM 10-280 for field laundry washing and decontamination formulas. Select proper washer
formula card.
5.
With Run/Stop knob (3) in STOP position and card with track assignment (4) to left, insert card
into program timer control from the right side until first increment of card is below hairline start
marker (5) on the face of the program timer. Turn Run/Stop knob (3) to RUN.
NOTE
When washing camouflage clothing, use warm water and mild detergent. Do not use
chlorine bleach or starch on camouflage clothing.
6.
Unlatch soap dispenser (6). Add soap and rinse chute with water.
NOTE
Every time you add supplies through soap dispenser, close cover after adding supplies. If
cover is not closed, hot air will be vented causing water in washer to cool down.
7.
Close and latch soap dispenser cover (6).
8.
Place AUTO/OFF/MANUAL switch (7) in AUTO.
9.
When SUPPLIES indicator light (9) and audible SIGNAL (10) activate, add supplies called for in
washer formula into soap dispenser.
NOTE
When audible signal sounds, push SIGNAL CANCEL (!1) to stop. (If SIGNAL CANCEL is
not pushed, audible signal will sound for 20 seconds and then stop).
NOTE
At end of wash cycle, ON light will shut off.
10.
When at the end of the wash cycle, the ON light (12) shuts off, turn AUTO/MANUAL switch (7)
OFF.
11.
Press the door unlock switch (1), rotate handle to open door.
12.
Transfer laundry to the wet wash bin.
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Manual Washing M-85-200 Model Laundry.
The M-85-200 Laundry can be operated manually, using the controls located on the controller assembly.
With the MASTER switch (1) in ON position, the DRAIN switch (2) closed, and the AUTO/MANUAL switch
(3) set to OFF, the LEVEL SELECT switch (4), HIGH/2 switch (5), and HOT/COLD WATER switches (6
and 7) may be used to obtain whatever manual operation is desired. The following steps are for manual
operation of the M-85-200 Laundry.
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WARNING
If EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN is required, pull out DC control circuit
breaker on generator control panel (Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 and
familiarize yourself with the location of this control), or turn OFF 60 AMP
main circuit breaker on power distribution panel to shut down all electrical
power to the laundry unit. Failure to observe this warning may result in
serious injury or death to personnel.
NOTE
Door unlock switch is interlocked with other switches. If washing machine contains water,
door will not unlock until washing machine has drained. This is a safety feature to protect
operator from accidental scalding.
1. Open front cover on washer control panel.
2. Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (3) to OFF.
3. Set MASTER switch (1) to ON.
4. Set LEVEL SELECT Switch (4) to 2.
5. Turn HIGH/2 indicator (5) to 11.
NOTE
3 meaning 3 inches of water, 11 meaning 11 inches of water etc.
6. Press door unlock switch (8), rotate handle, and open door.
7. Load washer with up to 60 lbs (27. 2 kg) of wash. Table 0007 00-1 lists the weight of various
clothing items. Close door and rotate handle.
NOTE
The washer DRAIN switch (2) must be in CLOSED position before water inlet valves will
operate.
8. Set DRAIN switch (2) to CLOSED.
9. Set HOT WATER (6) and COLD WATER (7) switches for desired operation:
TEMPERATURE
WARM =
HOT =
COLD =
HOT WATER
ON
ON
OFF
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ON
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NOTE
When washing camouflage clothing, use warm water and mild detergent. Do not use
chlorine bleach or starch on camouflage clothing.
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10. Add proper amount of washing supplies through soap dispenser (1). Add water to rinse chute.
11. On MANUAL TIMER (2), TURN PAST 10, then set time to desired washing time.
12. Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (3) to MANUAL. This starts the wash cycle.
NOTE
Washer will continue to run indefinitely. Machine will not stop agitating until
AUTO/MANUAL switch (3) is set to OFF.
13. When audible SIGNAL (4) sounds, and TIMER light (5) comes on, set DRAIN switch (6) to OPEN
and allow water to drain. Set WATER (5 and 6) and LEVEL switch (4) for next desired operation,
then position DRAIN switch (3) to closed. This will enable the washing machine to fill with water of
the proper temperature to the proper level.
14. If additional washing cycles are needed, set HOT WATER (7), and COLD WATER (8) switches for
next desired wash cycle.
15. On MANUAL TIMER (2), TURN PAST 10, then set time, to desired washing time.
16. When audible SIGNAL (4) sounds and TIMER light (5) comes on, set DRAIN switch (6) to OPEN.
Continue this sequence until all laundry is washed. After the last wash cycle is completed, and the washer
has drained, proceed as follows:
1. Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (3) to OFF.
2. Press door unlock switch (9), rotate handle and open door.
3. Transfer laundry to wet wash bin.
4. Close door and rotate handle.
5. Turn MASTER ON/OFF switch (10) to OFF.
6. Close front cover on washer control panel.
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Extracting.
The operation of the extractor is similar in all models of the M-85 Laundry.
CAUTION
Avoid rough handling of the extractor cover. Slamming the cover or attempting to open the
cover before the internal lock releases will damage the equipment.
CAUTION
Ensure that laundry does not cover center hub before operating extractor.
1.
Open the extractor lid (1).
2.
Place 30 pounds (13.6 kg) of laundry (approximately one-half of a full load) from the wet wash bin
into the extractor.
3.
Distribute the load evenly around the basket for balance. Ensure laundry is completely inside the
basket.
4.
Close the extractor lid (1).
5.
Set interval timer (2) to desired setting (normally 3 minutes). If the laundry is not fully extracted of
water, repeat this procedure.
6.
Pull out on EMERGENCY STOP ONLY button (3).
7.
Press the PUSH TO START button (4). The lid (1) will lock, the LID LOCKED indicator light (5) will
come on, and machine will spin.
WARNING
If an emergency exists, press EMERGENCY STOP ONLY for safety of
personnel or equipment.
8.
If the extractor vibrates excessively or is extremely noisy, or if something is caught between the
basket and the curb, push the EMERGENCY STOP ONLY button (3).
9.
When the LID LOCKED indicator light (5) goes out, open the lid (1) and rebalance the load.
Remove anything that may have dropped between the basket (6) and the curb (7).
10.
To restart the extractor, pull out the EMERGENCY STOP ONLY button (3), close the lid (1), and
press the PUSH TO START button (4).
11.
When extraction is completed, the basket (6) will stop and the LID LOCKED indicator light (5) will
go out.
12.
Open extractor lid and transfer laundry to dryer.
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Dryer Operation. The operation of the dryer is similar in all models of the M-85 Laundry.
WARNING
If, when opening dryer door, tumbler barrel still rotates, sensing switch
(on front door) needs to be adjusted. If sensing switch is not adjusted,
personnel could be injured.
1.
2.
3.
Open dryer door (1).
Transfer laundry from extractor and place no more than 30 pounds (13.6 kg) into the dryer.
Close dryer door (1).
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Determine exact temperature control setting for various types of clothing by referring to FM 10280, Mobile Field Laundry Formulas. Common setting for cotton items is 2500 F (1210 C), wool
items 2000 F (930 C) and battle dress uniforms 1300 F (540 C). Set temperature control (2)
accordingly.
CAUTION
Turn sequential timer clockwise. Turning counter clockwise could damage equipment.
5.
Set ON/OFF SEQUENTIAL TIMER (3) drying time to approximately 10 minutes, and turn timer
clockwise.
6.
Press START button (4) on dryer.
7.
When buzzer sounds, turn ON/OFF SEQUENTIAL TIMER (3) to OFF, push STOP/RESET button
(5), open dryer door (1), and check laundry for dryness. If laundry is dry, remove it.
8.
If laundry is not dry, do substeps below:
9.
Set ON/OFF SEQUENTIAL TIMER (3) to 3 minutes.
10.
Press START button (4) on dryer.
11.
Repeat 3-minute cycle(s) until laundry is dry.
12.
Transfer laundry from dryer and place in dryer bin.
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SHUTDOWN AND PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT
0008 00
M85 Series Laundry Shutdown.
Shutdown procedures are similar for all models of the M85 Laundry. The supervisor must determine what
shutdown procedures must be performed. This will depend on the mission, weather, and environmental
conditions. For example, normal overnight shutdown procedures may have to be supplemented when
inclement weather in the form of rain, wind, dust, etc., are expected. Additional procedures are necessary
if operating in temperatures below 320 F, or if the laundry is to be prepared for movement or storage. For
shutdown procedures under unusual environmental conditions refer to work package 0009 00, Operation
under Unusual Conditions. Perform the procedure directed by your supervisor.
1
Shut down operation for less than 4 hours with equipment remaining set up, and temperature is
expected to be above 320 F.
Use these procedures to shut down the laundry for periods of less than 4 hours, in situations where
equipment is to remain in place and connected, and temperatures are expected to be above 320 F.
2
Shut down operation for more than 4 hours and/or when temperature is expected to be below
320 F during down time.
Use these procedures to shut down the laundry in situations where it is to remain in place and the
temperature is expected to fall below 320 F during down time.
3
Preparation for movement or storage.
Use these procedures when preparing the laundry unit for movement or storage.
WARNING
Exhaust ducts are hot. Avoid touching exhaust ducts during shutdown to
prevent burns.
WARNING
Do not disconnect QD couplings while water system is pressurized. Hose
end may whip causing injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
WARNING
The laundry components are heavy. To avoid injuries, two persons are
required to move and load components.
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Shut down operation for less than 4 hours with equipment remaining set up, and temperature is
expected to be above 320 F.
a.
Turn washer control panel (1) switches to OFF.
b.
Set load limit switch (2) on water heater to OFF.
c.
Close fuel valve (3) on water heater. (Turn clockwise to close valve).
WARNING
The water heater produces scalding hot water. Be very careful when
touching any part of the water heater to avoid injury.
d.
Set toggle switch (4) on water pump to OFF.
e.
Press STOP RESET button (5) on dryer.
f.
Close fuel valve (6) on dryer. (Turn clockwise to close valve.)
g.
Switch all circuit breakers in the circuit breaker box (7) to OFF.
h.
Shut down generator as described in TM 5-6115-585-12.
NOTE
Additional steps may be necessary to protect the equipment from rain,
wind, dust or flooding. Refer to work package 0009 00, Operation Under
Unusual Conditions for applicable procedures.
Note: If there is a
card present make
sure you remove it.
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Shut down operation for more than 4 hours and/or temperature is expected to fall below 320 F
during down time.
a.
Perform procedure
1
WARNING
The water heater produces hot water. Be very careful when attaching
hose and draining the water heater to avoid injury.
b.
Uncoil and connect the water hose (1) to the drain valve (2) on the bottom of the water heater.
c.
Open the drain valve (2) carefully.
d.
Open the vent valve (3) on top of the water heater.
e.
When water has stopped draining, disconnect the water hose (1) and store under water heater.
f.
Leave drain valve (2) and vent valve (3) open.
g.
Disconnect power distribution cable (4) from the water heater.
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Disconnect power distribution cable (1) from the water pump.
WARNING
Do not disconnect QD couplings while water system is pressurized. Hose
end may whip causing injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
i.
Remove suction strainer (2) from water source and disconnect from hose.
j.
Disconnect, and drain water hose from coupling half (3) on inlet side of water pump.
k.
Disconnect, and drain water hose from coupling half (4) on outlet side of water pump and coupling
half (5) on water heater inlet.
l.
Open the drain cock (6) on the bottom of the water pump. When water has drained, lift one side of
the pump about 6 inches off the ground and hold until any additional water has drained. Repeat
this on each side of the pump. Leave drain cock open. Set water pump onto trailer.
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m.
Disconnect, and drain water hose from coupling half on water heater Y coupling (1) and washer
inlet coupling (2).
n.
Disconnect the water hose from coupling half (3) on extractor. Leaving the other end of the hose
connected to the drainpipe (4), lift the disconnected end and let the water drain from the hose.
Disconnect other end and place hose under trailer and install dust caps on drains.
o.
Disconnect and drain water hose from washer bin (5). Coil hose, install dust cap and place under
trailer.
p.
Disconnect and drain water hose from main drain (6). Coil hose, install dust cap and place under
trailer.
q.
Coil freshwater hoses, install dust cap and set aside.
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r.
Check pressure gage (1) on washer air tank (2). It should read at least 90 psi. If the pressure is
lower, start the generator as described in TM 5-6115-585-12 to recharge the system. If pressure
does not rise, refer to troubleshooting procedures.
s.
Remove cap (3) from washer recycle drain.
t.
On air manifold (4) turn yellow arrow on the hoses labeled HOT INTAKE (5), COLD INTAKE (6),
and RECYCLE DRAIN (7) 900 to the right and back, three times.
u.
Reinstall cap (3) onto recycle drain.
v.
Open the drain cock (8) under the washer air tank (2). Leave drain cock open.
x.
Place tarpaulin cover over trailer and secure.
0008 00-7
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y.
0008 00
To prevent fuel contamination, cover drum(s) with tarpaulin and place cans under trailer.
2
1
8
7
5
3
6
4
3
a.
Shut down the laundry for movement or storage.
Perform procedure
2
except the last two steps.
WARNING
Ensure that fuel is drained into proper containers and that no open flame
is being used when the fuel lines are disconnected and drained. Serious
injuries could result from fire, or explosion.
b.
Disconnect fuel lines (1) from drum fill adapters (2) and drain into containers.
c.
Remove drum fill adapters (2) from 55-gallon (208 liter) drum or 5-gallon (19 liter) military gas can.
d.
Remove drum extension (3) from adapter piping coupling (4) if 55-gallon (208 liter) drum was
0008 00-8
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0008 00
used, and install extension on return outlet (5) of drum fill adapter (2).
1
RETURN
SUPPLY
5
3
1
4
3
2
3
e.
- continued
Install two water pump tiedowns (1). (These are stored in the toolbox under the dryer.)
WARNING
Exhaust ducts are hot. Avoid touching exhaust ducts during shutdown to
prevent burns.
f.
Remove water heater exhaust ducts (2).
g.
Disconnect generator exhaust hoses (3).
h.
Disconnect dryer exhaust hose (4).
0008 00-9
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0008 00
4
2
1
3
3
- continued
WARNING
Ensure that the generator has been shut down before the distribution
cable is disconnected. Serious injuries or electrocution could result.
i.
Disconnect air duct hose (dryer lint exhaust) (5) from dryer. Compress and fasten hook inside duct
hose. Store inside dryer bin (6) of dryer.
0008 00-10
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0008 00
WARNING
The laundry components are heavy. To avoid injuries, two persons are
required to separate and load the dryer metal exhaust hoses.
j.
Store dryer metal exhaust hose on center of trailer using straps (8) on the trailer bed to secure.
k.
Position the dryer bin (6) on trailer between generator (10) and water heater (11).
l.
Install four hexagon head cap screws with lock washers (12) to secure bin to trailer. (Hardware in
toolbox)
m.
Remove bare copper wire (13) from clamp on ground rod (14) and store in hose basket (15).
n.
Remove ground rod (14) from ground. Disassemble and store in hose basket (15).
4
2
3
1
0008 00-11
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0008 00
15
13
7
14
5
11
8
6
12
7
10
WARNING
The laundry components are heavy. To avoid injuries, two persons are
required to move and load components.
o.
Remove tarpaulin (1), two struts (2), and workstand support brackets (2) from hose basket (4) and
set aside.
0008 00-12
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p.
Pack the hose baskets (4) with the following items:
Front Hose Basket
Generator exhaust hoses (2 each)
Drain Hose, 8ft, 1 ½” dia Extractor to Drain
Water hoses, 25 ft, 1 ½” dia (2 each):
Suction strainer to water pump
Water pump to water heater
Suction Strainer
Platform footings (8 each)
q.
0008 00
Rear Hose Basket
Water heater exhaust hoses (2 each)
Ground Rod Assembly
Drain Hose, 25 ft, 2 ½” Main Drain
Drum adapters (2 each)
Power Distribution Cable, Water Pump to Heater
Water hoses, 25 ft, 1 ½” dia Washer bin to drain field
Secure straps on hose basket to secure contents.
WARNING
Be careful when installing pins into the left beam and struts to avoid
injuries from pinched fingers and hands.
r.
Position left beam (5) on front and rear frame and secure with pins (6).
s.
Position two struts (7) between left and center beam, with cable attaching rivets (8) facing the front
of the trailer, and secure with pins (9).
t.
Place ladder (10) into recessed areas on struts and secure with straps (11).
0008 00-13
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0008 00
7
10
6
5
11
8
4
1
2
10
3
0008 00-14
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3
0008 00
- continued
WARNING
The platform components are heavy. To avoid injuries, two persons are
required to move and load components.
u.
Remove one-step stairs (2 each) (1) and place in wet washer bin (2).
v.
Remove two-step stairs (3) and place in front of circuit breaker panel (4).
w.
Remove short platform (5) and set aside.
x.
Position washer and dryer platforms on side (6) and remove quick release pins (7) from platform
brace.
WARNING
Be careful when installing pins into the left beam and struts to avoid
injuries from pinched fingers and hands.
(1)
Fold ends of platform in and install quick release pins (7).
(2)
Position the dryer platform on the trailer (8), legs facing roadside.
(3)
Install rail assembly (9) upright with quick release pin (10). (Pinhead toward curbside.)
(4)
Position short platform (5) on trailer (8) and install long clamp (11).
(5)
Position the washer platform on trailer (8), legs facing curbside.
(6)
Install rail assembly (12) upright with quick release pin (13). (Pinhead toward street side.)
(7)
Install short clamp (14) on washer and dryer platforms.
0008 00-15
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0008 00
1
5
3
4
2
9
10
12
13
8
7
6
14
7
6
11
0008 00-16
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3
0008 00
- continued
WARNING
Be careful when installing the tarpaulin support frames to avoid injuries
from pinched fingers and hands.
(8)
Rotate tarpaulin support frames (1) up and install bottom bolts, washers, and nuts (2). (Hardware
in toolbox). Tighten securely.
NOTE
To prevent sagging of the tarpaulin caused by accumulated rainwater,
plywood sheets may be laid over the top frame as shown.
0008 00-17
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0008 00
(9)
Position tarpaulin (3) on top of trailer frame (4) and unfold.
(10)
Identify front (labeled) of tarp. Step up on front of trailer. Place tarp front center.
(11)
Position tarp on top of trailer frame and drop sides over side of trailer.
(12)
Insert first (5) and second laces (6) on top of corner through first (7) and second (8) grommet.
(13)
Insert second lace (6) up through loop in first (5) lace.
(14)
Pull second lace (6) tight.
(15)
Insert third lace (9) through third grommet (10) and through loop in second (6) lace.
(16)
Pull third lace (9) tight.
(17)
Continue lacing and insert next-to-last lace through loop in last lace.
(18)
Pull the next-to-last lace tight and tie off with half-hitch knot (11).
(19)
Close hook and pile weather flap (12).
0008 00-18
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(20)
Close remaining corners in the same manner.
(21)
Hook fibrous rope (13) onto trailer hooks (14).
0008 00
4
3
1
2
14
13
12
5
7
6
8
11
9
10
0008 00-19
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0008 00
13
13
13
13
14
14
14
OPERATING LEVELING JACKS
CAUTION
Lower and raise all leveling jacks in increments. Lowering and raising one leveling jack
leg without lowering and raising the others can damage trailer.
0008 00-20
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Lowering
CAUTION
Trailer must be uncoupled from towing vehicle before using leveling jacks to level trailer.
Failure to follow this caution may result in damage to leveling jacks.
1. Pull swivel pin assembly (1) and allow leveling jack leg (5) to slowly swing down until
swivel pin assembly “clicks” into locked position.
2. Remove handcrank (2) from handcrank latch (3) and place on gearshaft (6).
3. Continue lowering leveling jack leg (5) until trailer is level or desired effect is achieved.
Raising
1. Rotate handcrank (2) counterclockwise to raise shoe (4) completely off ground.
2. Remove handcrank (2) from gearshaft (6) and stow in handcrank latch (3).
3. Release swivel pin assembly (1) and swing leveling jack leg (5) into travel position until
swivel pin assembly “clicks” into locked position.
0008 00-21/(22 Blank)
0008 00
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
0009 00
OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
This work package contains special procedures for operating the M85 series laundries under unusual
weather and environmental conditions. Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 for similar information on the
generator, TM 10-4520-259-13&P on the water heater, and TM 9-2330-376-14&P on the trailer.
OPERATION IN COLD
When set up in the open, the M85 series laundries can be operated even when temperatures occasionally
drop slightly below 320 F, such as during overnight shutdown, provided proper procedures are followed.
However, the laundries were not designed for unprotected operation in sustained temperatures below 320
F. Under these conditions, the equipment should be set up in a tent or other suitable enclosure.
WARNING
Do not touch cold metal parts with bare hands. Cold metal parts
can cause frostbite and injury to personnel.
Follow procedure
F are expected.
2
in work package 0008 00 to shut down the laundry when temperatures below 320
OPERATION IN DUST OR SAND
Shut down the Laundry Unit during severe dust storms. Close air shutters on water heater and dryer as
described in Work Package 0006 00. Cover the trailer with a tarpaulin or other suitable protective
covering.
To prevent fuel contamination, cover drum with tarpaulin and place cans under cover on trailer.
When the area is reasonably clear of dust, clean the dryer and water heater fuel filters as described on
work package 0013 00. Clean remaining equipment thoroughly.
OPERATION IN SNOW OR MUD
Ensure trailer supports and platform footings are in use and emplace field expedient bracing material to
firm soil around supports and footings.
OPERATION IN SALTWATER AREAS
Inspect the Laundry Unit frequently for rust and corrosion. Frequently wash the equipment with fresh water
to prevent a buildup of salt deposits. Rusted or corroded condition must be corrected as soon as possible.
0009 00-1
TM 10-3510-222-10
0009 00
EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
In an emergency, pull out DC control circuit breaker on the generator control panel, or turn OFF 60AMP
main circuit breaker on power distribution panel to shut down all electrical power to Laundry Unit.
Familiarize yourself with the location of these controls (Refer to TM 5-6115-585-12 for location of
generator controls) before operating the laundry.
A fire extinguisher with dry chemical for class A, B, or C type fires is mounted on the trailer.
0009 00-2
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TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
FOR
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
0010 00
TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES
The troubleshooting procedures contained in this work package are for all models of the M85 Laundry. For
similar procedures covering the generator, refer to TM 5-6115-585-12, for the trailer to TM 9-2330-37614&P, and for the water heater to TM 10-4520-259-13&P.
INTRODUCTION
The Malfunction Index lists the common malfunctions that you may find during operation or maintenance
of the laundry unit or its components. You should perform test, inspections, and corrective actions in the
order listed. This manual cannot list all malfunctions that may occur nor all tests or inspections and
corrective actions. If a malfunction is not listed or is not corrected by listed corrective actions, notify your
supervisor.
DO NOT START UNTIL:
•
You understand the task.
•
You understand what you are to do.
•
You understand what is needed to do the work.
•
You have the things you need.
MALFUNCTION SYMPTOM INDEX
NOTE
Before you use the troubleshooting tables, be sure you have performed all applicable
operating checks and verified that a malfunction exists. When a corrective action is
performed, verify that the action has corrected the malfunction. Malfunctions deferred to
the next higher level of maintenance must be reported on DA Form 2404.
NOTE
Be sure to read all warnings in front of manual before troubleshooting.
0010 00-1
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Procedure No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Malfunction
No Power to Circuit Breakers
Water Pump Fails to Start
Water Pump Fails to Deliver Water
Dryer Fails to Start
Dryer burner starts up but flame goes out.
Dryer Fails to Dry Laundry
Extractor Fails to Start
Extractor Fails to Drain
Washer Fails to Start In Automatic
Washer Fails to Start In Manual
Washer Fails to Fill With Water In Automatic
Washer Fails to Fill With Water In Manual
Washer Fails to Drain
Air Compressor Fails to Start
Air Compressor Fails to Deliver Air Pressure
0010 00-2
0010 00
Page Number
0011 00-3
0011 00-3
0011 00-5
0011 00-7
0011 00-7
0011 00-9
0011 00-11
0011 00-11
0011 00-13
0011 00-15
0011 00-17
0011 00-19
0011 00-21
0011 00-23
0011 00-23
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 1
No power to system.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check for availability of power at the
power distribution panel (1).
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Shut down generator. Refer to TM 56115-585-12 if necessary.
Remove main power cable (2) from
power distribution panel socket.
Open door on power distribution
panel (1).
WARNING
The laundry components operate at
high voltages. Use extreme caution
and follow procedures to avoid serious
injury or death from electrocution.
Determine if No.1 main circuit
breaker (60 AMP) (3) has tripped. If it
tripped, reset circuit breaker.
Close door on power distribution
panel (1).
Reconnect main power cable (2) to
power distribution panel socket.
Start generator and apply power to
distribution panel. Refer to TM 56115-585-12 if necessary
Procedure No. 2
Water pump fails to
start.
Check for availability of power at
generator.
Place AC CIRCUIT BREAKER on
generator (4) to ON. If no power,
notify unit maintenance.
Check for availability of power at the
power distribution panel (1).
.
Set pump toggle switch (5) to OFF.
Make sure distribution power cable
(6) is properly connected.
Push reset button (7)
WARNING
The laundry components operate at
high voltages. Use extreme caution
and follow procedures to avoid serious
injury or death from electrocution.
0010 00-3
Check if No. 5 water heater circuit
breaker (No. 5) (8) in power
distribution panel (1) has tripped.
Reset circuit breaker. Set pump
toggle switch (5) to ON.
If water pump fails to start, set pump
toggle switch (5) to OFF and notify
unit maintenance.
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0010 00
5
6
7
NOTE
Some pumps may not
be equipped with reset
button
4
3
8
2
1
0010 00-4
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 3
Water pump runs but
fails to deliver water.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check drain cock (1) under pump to
verify that it is closed.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set pump toggle switch (3) to OFF.
Check priming port (2) to verify that it
was adequately primed.
If pump is not primed, refer to work
package 0006, Initial Adjustments.
Determine if sediment strainer (3) is
clogged.
Clean sediment strainer (3).
Check water source and water hoses.
Set pump toggle switch (4) to ON.
Set pump toggle switch (4) to OFF.
Check water source to see if
sufficient water is available,
Check water suction strainer (5) for
clogs, and clean, if necessary.
Walk along water hoses and check
for leaks. Replace a leaky hose.
Disconnect QD coupling (6) on inlet
side of water pump.
Check hose for clogs, and clean if
necessary.
Reconnect hose to water pump and
repeat procedure on hose connected
to outlet side (7) of pump and water
heater.
Set pump toggle switch (4) to ON.
If the pump will not deliver water, set
toggle switch (4) to OFF and notify
unit maintenance.
0010 00-5
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0010 00
2
3
4
6
1
7
4
0010 00-6
NOTE
Some pumps may not
be equipped with reset
button
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 4
Dryer fails to start.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check for availability of power at the
power distribution panel (1).
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set STOP RESET button (2) to STOP.
Open power distribution panel door
(1).
Determine if No.4 circuit breaker (3)
has tripped. If it tripped, reset circuit
breaker.
WARNING
The laundry components operate at
high voltages. Use extreme caution
and follow procedures to avoid
serious injury or death from
electrocution.
NOTE
Procedure No. 5
Dryer burner starts up
but flame goes out.
Close power distribution panel (1)
door.
Open dryer control box cover (4).
On burner starter motor relay (5), push
burner starter motor reset button (6).
On UV scanner control box terminal
box relay (7), push UV scanner control
terminal box reset button (8).
The M-85-100 and M-85-200
Laundries have different model UVM.
Units with the earlier model UVM 1
(with red reset button) can be reset
only after power is turned OFF. (Wait
60 Seconds). The UVM 2 and 3 (with
red cover) must be reset with the
power ON.
Check UV or IR Scanner safeguard
flame control for cleanliness/cracks.
Close dryer control box cover (4).
Adjust air shutter (10) and air nozzle
(11).
Refer to WP 0006 for adjustment
procedures.
0010 00-7
Push START button (9).
If dryer fails to start, push STOP
RESET button (2) and notify unit
maintenance.
Check UV or IR Scanner safeguard
flame control for cleanliness and/or
cracks as described under Procedure
6.
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0010 00
10
11
4
7
2
9
6
5
8
3
1
0010 00-8
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0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 6
Dryer fails to dry
laundry.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check temperature control (1) for
proper setting.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Refer to WP 0007 for determining the
proper temperature setting.
Check if UV or IR Scanner reset
button (1) has tripped.
Set STOP RESET button (2) to STOP.
Open dryer control box cover (3).
Push UV Scanner flame safeguard
control reset button (1).
Close dryer control box cover (3).
Set START button (4) to START
Check UV or IR Scanner safeguard
flame control (5) for
cleanliness/cracks.
CAUTION
When installing the UV Scanner
safeguard flame control, do not overtighten or it will crack.
Set STOP RESET button (2) to STOP.
Unscrew and remove UV Scanner
safeguard flame control (5).
Clean UV Scanner safeguard flame
control (5) with a dry clean cloth.
Ensure tube is clean.
Check UV Scanner safeguard flame
control (5) for cracks.
Install cleaned, (or new one, if the one
removed was cracked) UV Scanner
safeguard flame control (5).
Set START button (4) to START.
Check for clogged fuel filter (6).
WARNING
Fuel is highly flammable. It can ignite
easily and cause serious burns and
injury due to explosion.
If dryer fails to dry laundry, set STOP
RESET button (2) to STOP.
Set STOP RESET button (2) to STOP.
Turn fuel filter handle (7) several
times. Remove (or open) drain plug
(8) and allow sediment and moisture
to drain from filter bowl. Capture liquid
into a container.
Reinstall (or close) drain plug (8).
Set START button (4) to START.
If fuel pressure is low, pulsates, or
there is no pressure, push STOP
RESET button (2) and notify unit
maintenance.
0010 00-9
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5
0010 00
7
Either type of filter may be
found on M85 Series
Laundry
6
8
1
3
2
4
0010 00-10
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 7.
Extractor fails to start.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check EMERGENCY STOP ONLY
button (1).
CORRECTIVE ACTION
If EMERGENCY STOP ONLY button
(1) is pushed in, reset by pulling
EMERGENCY STOP ONLY button
out.
Press PUSH TO START button (2).
Check lid (3) and make sure it is
closed.
If lid is open (3), close lid all the way
down on the seal.
Press PUSH TO START button (2).
Check for availability of power at the
power distribution panel (5).
Check if main breaker #1 or extractor
brake #2 in main power distribution
panel is tripped. Check if breaker in
extractor power distribution panel is
tripped. If it tripped reset circuit
breaker and close panel door.
Press PUSH TO START button (2).
Check RESET button (6).
Press RESET button (6) to make
sure button is reset.
Press PUSH TO START button (2).
Check timer interval (7) for correct
setting.
Set timer interval (7) to three
minutes.
Press PUSH TO START button (2).
If extractor fails to start, notify unit
maintenance.
Procedure No. 8.
Extractor fails to drain.
Inspect drain hose (8) and piping (9)
for clogging.
Remove drain hose (8).
If clogged, clean out hose (8) and
reconnect.
If piping (9) is clogged, attempt to
remove clog.
Lift out inner drum (10) and remove
any small clothing items caught.
Press PUSH TO START button (2).
If extractor fails to drain, push
EMERGENCY STOP ONLY button
(1) and notify unit maintenance.
0010 00-11
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0010 00
10
4
5
2
1
6
7
9
8
3
0010 00-12
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 9.
Washer fails to start in
AUTOMATIC.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check for availability of power at the power
distribution panel (1).
WARNING
The laundry components operate at high
voltages. Use extreme caution and follow
procedures to avoid serious injury or death
from electrocution.
Check door handle (4) position.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Check if washer circuit breaker
(No. 6) (3) in power distribution
panel (1) has tripped. If it tripped
reset circuit breaker and close
panel door.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Close door and rotate handle (4).
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check AUTO/MANUAL switch (5) position
on washer control panel.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (5) to
AUTO.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check formula card RUN/STOP motor
switch (6) for correct position.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set RUN/STOP motor switch (6)
to STOP.
Remove formula card (7) from
left side.
Re-insert washer formula (7)
card into cycle timer (8) from the
right side. Line up with start
marker (9) and washer formula
card first cutout.
Turn RUN/STOP knob (10) to
RUN.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
If washer fails to start, set
MASTER switch (2) to OFF and
notify unit maintenance.
0010 00-13
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0010 00
1
3
4
2
9
5
7
Remove
8
6
0010 00-14
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 10.
Washer fails to start in
MANUAL.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check for availability of power at the
power distribution panel (1).
WARNING
The laundry components operate at
high voltages. Use extreme caution
and follow procedures to avoid serious
injury or death from electrocution.
Check door handle (4) position.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Check if washer circuit breaker (No.
6) (3) in power distribution panel (1)
has tripped. If it tripped reset circuit
breaker and close panel door.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Close door and rotate handle (4).
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check AUTO/MANUAL switch (5)
position on washer control panel.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (5) to
MANUAL.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check DRAIN switch (6) position on
washer control panel (7).
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set DRAIN switch (6) on washer
control panel to CLOSED.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
If washer fails to start in manual set
MASTER switch (2) to OFF and
notify unit maintenance.
0010 00-15
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
1
3
2
4
5
0010 00-16
6
TM 10-3510-222-10
0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 11.
Washer fails to fill with water in
AUTOMATIC.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check to see if water hose (1)
between washer and water
heater is properly connected.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Connect water hose (1) between
washer and water heater.
If in place, check hose QD
couplings (3) for proper
connection and hose for leaks.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check water hose (1) between
washer and water heater for
clogged condition.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Disconnect water hose (1).
Inspect hose (1) for clogging and
clean out if necessary.
Reconnect water hose (1).
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check AUTO/MANUAL switch (4)
position.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (4) to
AUTO.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check air tank pressure gage (5)
If pressure is less than 60 psi,
perform troubleshooting
procedure(s) # 13 and/or #14.
If washer still fails to fill with
water, set MASTER switch (2) to
OFF and notify unit maintenance.
0010 00-17
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0010 00
3
1
2
5
4
0010 00-18
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0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 12.
Washer fails to fill with water in
MANUAL.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check to see if water hose (1)
between washer and water
heater is properly connected.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Connect water hose (1) between
washer and water heater.
If in place, check hose QD
couplings (3) for proper connection
and hose for leaks.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check water hose (1) between
washer and water heater for
clogged condition.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Disconnect water hose (1).
Inspect hose (1) for clogging and
clean out if necessary.
Reconnect water hose (1).
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check AUTO/MANUAL switch
(4) position.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (4) to
MANUAL.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check DRAIN switch (5)
position.
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Set DRAIN switch (5) to CLOSED.
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check air tank pressure gage
(6)
If pressure is less than 60 psi,
perform troubleshooting
procedure(s) # 13 and/or #14.
If washer still fails to fill with water,
set MASTER switch (2) to OFF
and notify unit maintenance.
0010 00-19
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0010 00
3
1
2
6
4
0010 00-20
5
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0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No.13.
Washer fails to drain.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check drain hose (1) for
clogging.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Set MASTER switch (2) to OFF.
Disconnect drain hose (1).
Check drain hose (1) for cloggs
and clean if necessary.
Reconnect drain hose (1).
Set MASTER switch (2) to ON.
Check manual DRAIN switch
(3) for setting.
Set AUTO/MANUAL switch (4) to
MANUAL.
Set DRAIN switch (3) to OPEN.
Check air tank pressure gage
(5)
If pressure is less than 60 psi,
perform troubleshooting
procedure(s) # 13 and/or #14.
If washer fails to drain, set
MASTER switch (2) to OFF and
notify unit maintenance.
0010 00-21
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0010 00
1
2
5
4
0010 00-22
3
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0010 00
Table 11-1. Troubleshooting Procedures - Continued
MALFUNCTION
Procedure No. 14.
Air compressor fails to
deliver air pressure.
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check for availability of power at the
power distribution panel (1).
WARNING
The laundry components operate at
high voltages. Use extreme caution
and follow procedures to avoid
serious injury or death from
electrocution.
Check for tripped full voltage starter
(3).
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Open door on power distribution panel
(1).
Determine if No.3 circuit breaker (2)
has tripped. If it tripped, reset the
circuit breaker.
Close door on power distribution
panel (1).
Open door on power distribution panel
(1).
Set circuit breaker No. 3 (2) to OFF.
Open enclosure box (3) above power
distribution panel (1).
Press full voltage starter manual reset
(4).
Close enclosure box (3) above power
distribution panel (1).
Set circuit breaker No. 3 (2) to ON.
Close door on power distribution
panel (1).
If air compressor fails to start, notify
unit maintenance.
Procedure No.15.
Air compressor fails to
deliver air pressure.
Check for air pressure leaking.
Determine if drain cock (5) on air tank
(6) is open. Close drain cock, if
necessary.
If still no air pressure is available, turn
off circuit breaker number 3 (2) and
notify unit maintenance.
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4
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5
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES
0011 00
INTRODUCTION
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) are performed to keep the M85 series laundries
and their associated equipment in good operating condition. The checks are used to find, correct, or report
problems. Operator personnel are to do the PMCS jobs as shown in the PMCS table. PMCS are done
every day a laundry is operated, using the PMCS table. Pay attention to WARNING and CAUTION
statements. A WARNING means someone could be hurt. A CAUTION means equipment could be
damaged.
Before you begin using the M85, do Before PMCS.
During use of the M85, do During PMCS.
After using the M85, do After PMCS.
Once a week, do Weekly PMCS if the M85 has been in use.
Do Monthly PMCS once a month if the M85 has been in use.
If you find something wrong when performing PMCS, fix it using troubleshooting and/or maintenance
procedures.
The right-hand column of the PMCS table lists conditions that make the M85 not fully mission capable.
Write up the faults that cannot be repaired on DA Form 2404 for unit maintenance. For further information
on how to use this form, see DA PAM 738-750.
If tools that are required to perform PMCS are not listed in procedures, notify your supervisor.
INSPECTION
Look for signs of trouble. Senses help here. You can feel, smell, hear, or see many problems that can be
eliminated before they get worse. Inspect to see if items are in good condition. Are components correctly
installed and secured? Is any damage to the frame or components visible? Correct any faults or notify unit
maintenance.
ASSOCIATED COMPONENTS
Perform PMCS on the water heater, generator, trailer, and power supply cable in accordance with the
publications specified in work package 0014 00.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Perform Weekly, as well as Before, operations PMCS if:
the equipment has not been operated since the last weekly check.
the equipment is being operated for the first time.
0011 00-1
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0011 00
LEAKAGE DEFINITION
NOTE
Equipment operation is allowable with minor leakage (Class I or
II). Of course, you must consider the fluid capacity in the
item/system being checked/inspected. When operating with
Class I, or II leaks, continue to check fluid levels as required in
your PMCS. When in doubt, notify your supervisor.
NOTE
Class lI leaks should be reported to your supervisor.
Class I. Seepage of fluid (as indicated by wetness or discoloration) not great enough to form drops.
Class II. Leakage of fluid great enough to form drops but not enough to cause drops to drip from item
being checked/inspected.
Class Ill. Leakage of fluid great enough to form drops that fall from the item being checked/inspected.
GENERAL SERVICE PROCEDURES
As you perform your PMCS, keep in mind the following:
Bolts, Nuts, and Screws. Check them all for obvious looseness and missing, bent, or broken condition.
You cannot try them all with a tool, of course, but look for chipped paint, bare metal, or rust around bolt
heads. If you find a problem, report it to your supervisor.
Welds. Look for loose or chipped paint, rust, or gaps where parts are welded together. If you find a bad
weld, report it to your supervisor.
Electrical Wires and Connections. Look for cracked or broken insulation, bare wires, and loose or broken
connectors. Tighten loose connections and make sure the wires are in good condition. If you find a bad
wire or connector, report it to your supervisor.
Water Lines and Fittings. Look for wear, damage, and leaks. Make sure clamps and fittings are tight. Wet
spots show leaks, but a stain around a fitting or connector can mean a leak. If a leak comes from a loose
fitting or connector, or if something is broken or worn out, report it to your supervisor.
0011 00-2
TM 10-3510-222-10
THIS SECTION COVERS:
Before Operation PMCS Checks and Services
INITIAL SETUP:
M85 set up.
Maintenance Level
Operator
Tools and Special Tools
None
0011 00
Materials/Parts
Rags (WP 0017, Item 1)
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
ITEM
NO.
INTERVAL
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
1
Per LO
M85 Series
Laundry Unit
2
Tarpaulin
3
When
removing
Tarpaulin
Before
4
Before
Water Pump
Ladder
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Perform lubrication prior to or in
conjunction with your PMCS. Refer
to LO 10-351 0-222-12.
Inspect for cuts, frays and damage,
such as missing metallic grommets
and fibrous rope.
Inspect for broken welds and loose
attaching hardware.
Inspect frame (1) for broken welds
or bends. Inspect motor (2) for
obstruction to ventilation and for
loose mounting. Inspect water
pipes (3) and pump (4) for loose
mounting or cracked housing.
Check sediment strainer (5) for
clog. Inspect switch box assembly
(6) for loose, broken or missing
hardware.
Lubrication not performed.
Broken frame. AC motor loose,
or clogged vent. Water pump
loose, or cracked. Missing or
loose pipe components.
Sediment strainer clogged.
Switch box assembly loose or
damaged.
3
5
2
6
4
0011 00-3
1
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
5
INTERVAL
Before
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Sound Control Inspect sound control panels (1) for
Panels and
for damage. Check proper
Lower Tracking position in tracking (2). Inspect
tracking for broken welds and
missing attaching hardware (3).
1
2
3
0011 00-4
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
INTERVAL
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
6
Before
Tool Box
Inspect toolbox mounting hardware
and attaching hardware (1).
7
Before
Work Platform
Inspect work platform (2) to make Broken frame, missing pins,
sure it is level and close to Laundry missing feet.
Unit trailer. Check for broken welds.
Check for missing pins and feet (3).
3
1
2
0011 00-5
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
INTERVAL
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
8
Before
Dryer Bin
9
Before
Dryer
PROCEDURE
Inspect welds and look for sharp
edges.
Inspect hood (1) for loose or
missing attaching hardware. Check
base mounting hardware (2) for
security. Inspect control panel (3)
for loose or broken switches.
Inspect exhaust motor (4) for loose
mounting hardware and corrosion
of housing. Remove and Inspect air
duct hose (5) for cuts, rips, and
hose out of round. Remove any lint
from around thermometer (6), the
thermostatic switch and temperature control probes. Check the
thermometer (6) for broken lens.
Inspect elbow (7) (exhaust) for tight
fit on dryer and position of elbow.
Inspect exhaust metal hose (8) is
properly installed on elbow. Check
fuel filter (9) for leaks or loose
attaching hardware. Inspect fuel
hose lines (10) for leaks and tight
connections. Inspect fuel pump (11)
for loose connections, leaks, and
loose attaching hardware. Inspect
fuel adapter (12) for loose
installation in fuel container or loose
attaching hardware. Inspect air
shutter (13) for bent condition and/
or binding. Inspect burner blower
motor (14) for loose mounting
hardware. Ensure an adequate fuel
supply is available.
0011 00-6
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Hood loose, or missing
hardware.
Base loose or missing hardware.
Electric controls have loose or
broken switches.
Exhaust motor has loose or
missing hardware.
Air duct hose has cuts and/or
rips. Lint buildup around probes,
thermometer, or thermostatic
switch.
Thermometer has broken lens.
Elbow bent.
Metal hose improperly installed
on elbow.
Fuel filter leaking or loose
hardware.
Fuel hose lines leak.
Fuel pump has loose
connections, leaks, or hardware
is loose.
Fuel adapter loose.
Shutter bent or binding.
Burner blower motor loose.
TM 10-3510-222-10
0011 00
1
8
7
6
5
2
3
4
12
13
14
9
10
11
0011 00-7
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
10
INTERVAL
Before
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
Extractor
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Inspect extractor lid (1) for bent
broken and loose hardware. Check
control panel (2) for loose or broken
switches. Inspect ac motor (3) for
loose mounting hardware. Inspect
basket (4) for sharp edges and
burrs. Inspect flex conduit (5) for
tight connections and security of
mounting hardware. Inspect wet
wash bin for loose mounting
hardware, damaged and loose
piping.
Bent, broken or loose hardware.
2
Loose or broken switches.
AC motor has loose hardware.
Basket has sharp edges and/or
burrs.
Wet wash bin mounting loose,
damaged or loose piping.
1
4
3
5
0011 00-8
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
11
INTERVAL
Before
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
Washer
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Inspect the washer control panel (1)
for damage to controls and faceplate. Clean as required. Inspect
washer door assembly (2) for
cracks in the observation window
and torn gasket. Check door lock
and handle (3) for loose mounting
hardware. Inspect motor (4) for
loose mounting hardware. Inspect
air manifold (5). Check soap chute
(6) for clogging. Inspect door
gasket for cracks, breaks and loose
hardware.
Faceplate is damaged or
broken.
Door observation window
cracked. Torn, loose or brittle
gasket. Door lock or handle
loose. Glass is broken or
missing.
AC motor has loose hardware.
Air manifold, hoses, and other
hardware loose and cracked or
cut hose.
Door gasket cracked, broken or
loose.
1
6
5
2
3
4
1
0011 00-9
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
12
INTERVAL
Before
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Air Compressor Inspect air compressor (1) for loose Air compressor is rusted and
has loose mounting hardware.
mounting hardware and corrosion.
Inspect air filter inlet (2) for debris
restricting the intake. (There are 2
air filters, one on each side of the
air compressor) Inspect the nylon
tubing air line (3) for cracks or cuts
and secure attachment to the
manifold (4).
Air filter(s) are clogged and
restricted by debris.
Nylon tubing (air lines) cracked,
cut, or loose.
3
4
2
1
0011 00-10
TM 10-3510-222-10
0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
INTERVAL
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
13
Before
Water Pipes
14
Before
Fire
Extinguisher
PROCEDURE
Inspect water piping, including
supply and drain lines for properly
installed and tight mounting
hardware. Check for damage.
Inspect fire extinguisher pin (1) for
damage or missing pin. Inspect
pressure gage (2) for indication of
being fully charged.
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Water piping mounting hardware
loose or damaged.
Pin is damaged or missing.
Fire extinguisher not fully
charged.
1
2
15
Before
Ground Rod
16
Before
Main Power
Cable
17
Before
Power
Distribution
Panel
Inspect ground rod sections (if not Ground rod sections bent,
employed) for bent rods, stripped braided wire missing, fastening
threads, and presence of braided hardware missing.
wire and fastening hardware.
Inspect main power cable for frayed Main power cable cut or frayed.
condition or cuts and proper
Connector plug not properly
connection to power distribution
connected.
panel.
Inspect power distribution panel for Power distribution panel loose or
rust, functioning door and handle. damaged/rusted. Door
Check for loose mounting and
inoperable. Damage to
breakers.
damage to the box or breakers.
Make sure panel is closed.
0011 00-11
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services - Continued
ITEM
NO.
18
INTERVAL
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
During
Dryer
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Inspect exhaust metal hose (1) for
leaks and loose connection. Also
check fuel pump (2), fuel filter (3),
and fuel hose lines (4) for fuel
leaks. Check fuel supply for
availability of sufficient fuel. Check
air duct hose (5) for proper
connection.
Metal exhaust hose duct leaks
or is not properly connected.
Fuel is leaking.
Fuel supply is empty.
Air duct hose not properly
connected.
2
1
3
4
5
0011 00-12
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0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services – Continued
ITEM
NO.
19
INTERVAL
After
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
PROCEDURE
M85 Laundry
CAUTION
Covers on equipment control boxes
and the power distribution panel
must be closed to prevent rust and
corrosion caused by moisture. This
will help prevent equipment failure.
Ensure the door of the power
distribution panel is closed and the
handle is in the closed position.
Check the dryer control box cover
and secure if necessary. Check the
extractor reset box and close it if
necessary.
CAUTION
The laundry must be covered when not
in use. Rainwater contributes to the
deterioration of the M85 components.
Ensure the cover is placed over the
laundry trailer and secured as
described in work package 0008 00.
0011 00-13
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
TM 10-3510-222-10
0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services – Continued
ITEM
NO.
20
INTERVAL
Weekly
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
Dryer
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
On fuel filter (1), turn tee handle (2) Fuel filter is clogged.
on top of filter four times to clean
permanent element. Remove drain
plug (3) from bottom of fuel filter to
Fuel contamination.
remove sediment and water. Let
filter drain and re-install drain plug.
2
3
1
0011 00-14
TM 10-3510-222-10
0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services – Continued
ITEM
NO.
20
INTERVAL
Weekly
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
Air Pressure
Tank
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
Make sure gage (1) shows at least Air pressure tank shows no
30 psi. Open drain cock (2) to bleed pressure. Tank contains
excessive condensation.
condensation from air tank (3).
Close drain cock (2).
3
2
1
0011 00-15
TM 10-3510-222-10
0011 00
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services –Continued
ITEM
NO.
INTERVAL
ITEM TO BE
CHECKED OR
SERVICED
PROCEDURE
EQUIPMENT NOT READY/
AVAILABLE IF:
21
Weekly
Power
Distribution
Cable
Check cable for damage such as
cuts, abrasions, or areas where
insulation is broken. Check plugs
for cracked housing and bent pins.
Damaged or abraded cable with
insulation damaged and /or plug
unserviceable.
22
Weekly
Water and
Drain Hoses
Check water and drain hoses (1) for Damaged freshwater hoses that
show cuts or abrasions. Missing
cuts, abrasion or other damage.
or unserviceable gaskets.
Check QD fittings (2) for damage
and presence of gaskets (3). Check
hose clamp (4) for security.
4
2
1
3
0011 00-16
TM 10-3510-222-10
OPERATOR MAINTENANCE
LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, NSN 3510-01-291-8169
LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-200, NSN 3510-01-365-5687
SERVICE
INITIAL SETUP:
Tools
Adjustable wrench
Materials/Parts
Rags (WP 0017, Item 1)
0012 00
Personnel Required
One
Equipment Condition
Dryer shut down.
GENERAL
The procedures in this work package are limited to servicing the fuel filter on the dryer, and removing/
installing the sound control panels. Unit and direct support maintenance procedures for the M85 series
laundries can be found in TM 10-3510-222-24 and TM 10-3510-222-24&P. For maintenance procedures
on the following laundry components refer to the indicated publications.
Component
Generator Set, Diesel Engine Driven, Tactical Skid
Mounted, 10Kw, 3 Phase, 120/208 Volts (60Hz)
Trailer, Flat Bed, General Purpose, 5 ton, 4 Wheel,
XM1061E1
Water Heater, Liquid Fuel: M-85
Technical Publication
TM 5-6115-585-12 / 34 / and TM 5-6115-585-14P
TM 9-2330-376-14&P
TM 10-4520-259-13&P
WARNING
Fuel is highly flammable. It can ignite easily and cause serious burns and
injuries due to explosion.
To service the fuel filter, proceed as follows:
1.
Set the STOP RESET button on the dryer to STOP.
2.
Service the fuel filter (1) on the dryer (2), by turning the handle (3) several times to clean the
permanent filter element.
3.
Remove the drain plug (4) (or open the drain cock on older models of the laundry) and allow
accumulated moisture and sediment to drain into a container.
4.
When the filter (1) has drained, reinstall the drain plug (or close the drain cock).
5.
Dispose of drained fuel in accordance with local regulations.
0012 00-1
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0012 00
(1) Newer version filter on M85-100
and M85-200 Model Laundry
3
(1) Older version filter
on M85 Model Laundry
2
4
0012 00-2
TM 10-3510-222-10
0012 00
The following procedures describe the removal and installation of the sound control panels. Although no
operator maintenance on the panels is authorized, removal of damaged and installation of replacement
panels may become necessary.
REMOVAL
WARNING
Generator exhaust hoses may be extremely hot. Be careful when working
near and/or removing them as this could cause serious injury to
personnel.
1.
2.
To remove the top sound controlling panels (1), perform the sub-steps below:
a
Release strap (2) from right and center beams (3 and 4).
b
Remove three top sound controlling panels (1) from right and center beams (3 and 4).
To remove the side sound controlling panels (5, 6 and 7), perform the sub-steps below:
a
Release strap (8) from lower track (9).
b
Remove sound controlling panels (6 and 7) from lower track (9) and center beam (4).
c
Remove spacer plate (10).
d
Remove sound controlling panel (5) from lower track (9) and center beam (4).
INSTALLATION
1.
2.
To install the top sound controlling panels (1), perform the sub steps below:
a
Install three top sound controlling panels (1) on right and center beams (3 and 4), with
screen facing generator.
b
Connect strap (2) on right and center beams (3 and 4).
To install the side sound controlling panels (5, 6 and 7), perform the sub-steps below:
a
Install one side sound controlling panel (5) screen facing generator in lower track (9) and
center beam (4).
b
Install spacer plate (10) and sound controlling panels (6 and 7) in lower track (9) and
center beam (4).
c
Connect strap (8) on lower track (9).
0012 00-3
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0012 00
1
3
2
4
2
8
8
9
5
10
6
7
0012 00-4
TM 10-3510-222-10
LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE
To prolong the service life of the M85 series laundries, it is very important
to follow the lubrication instructions in the specified technical manuals.
The following lubrication orders contain instructions for the equipment indicated:
Laundry Unit. Refer to LO 10-3510-222-12 for lubrication instructions.
Generator. Refer to LO 5-6115-585-12 for lubrication instructions.
CAUTION
It is particularly important to follow the lubrication schedule prescribed in
TM 9-2330-376-14&P for the trailer front brake handle. An inoperable
handle will cause serious damage to the trailer when it is moved.
Trailer. Refer to TM 9-2330-376-14&P for lubrication instructions.
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REFERENCES
0014 00
SCOPE
This work package lists all pamphlets, field manuals, forms, technical manuals, lubrication orders, and
miscellaneous publications referenced in this manual. Also listed are those publications that should be
consulted for additional information about the M85 series laundries and its major components.
PAMPHLETS
Functional User’s Manual for
The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) .................................................... DA Pam 738-750
FIELD MANUALS
Basic Cold Weather Manual ......................................................................................................... FM 31-70
First Aid for Soldiers ..................................................................................................................... FM 21-11
Decontamination Procedures .............................................................................................................. FM 3-5
Northern Operations ........................................................................................................................ FM 31-71
Tactics and Techniques for the Quartermaster Company, Direct Support ................................... FM 42-414
FORMS
Discrepancy in Shipment Report ......................................................................................................... SF 361
Equipment Inspection and Maintenance Worksheet ............................................................ DA Form 2404
Product Quality Deficiency Report .................................................................................................... SF 368
Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms ................................................. DA Form 2028
Recommended Changes to Equipment Technical Publications ........................................ DA Form 2028-2
Report of Discrepancy ........................................................................................................................ SF 364
Report of Packaging and Handling Deficiencies.................................................................................. SF 362
Maintenance Request ........................................................................................................... DA Form 2407
Equipment Log Assembly (Records) ............................................................................... DA FORM 2408-9
TECHNICAL MANUALS
Painting Instruction For Field Equipment..................................................................................... TM 43-0139
Unit, Direct Support, and General Support Maintenance Manual
Laundry Unit, Trailer-Mounted, Model M85, M85-100, M85-200..................................... TM 10-3510-222-24
Repair Parts and Special Tools List
Laundry Unit, Trailer-Mounted, Model M85, M85-100, M85-200...................................TM 10-3510-222-24P
Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual for Generator Set,
Diesel (60 Hz), Engine Driven, Tactical Skid MTD, 10kW, 3 Phases,
120/208 Volts (60 Hz) ........................................................................................................ TM 5-6115-585-12
Operator, Unit, Intermediate, Direct Support and General Maintenance,
(Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List), Trailer, Flatbed, 5-Ton,
4-Wheel, XMIO61E1..................................................................................................... TM 9-2330-376-14&P
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TECHNICAL MANUALS – Continued
Procedures for Destruction of Equipment to Prevent
Enemy Use .............................................................................................................................. TM 750-244-3
Operator, Unit, Intermediate, Direct Support and General Maintenance
(Including Repair Parts and Special Tools List), Water Heater
Liquid Fuel M80/M85 ................................................................................................. TM 10-4520-259-13&P
Operator’s and Unit Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts and Special
Tools List), Tank, Fabric, Self-Supporting, 3000 Gallon Water .................................... TM 5-5430-227-12&P
Operator’s, Unit and Direct Support Maintenance Manual for Distribution
Illumination Systems, Electrical (DISE), and Power Distribution Illumination
Systems, Electrical (PDISE) consisting of Electrical Feeder System M200,
M200 A/P, M100, M100 A/P, M40, M40 A/P, M60, M60 A/P and Electrical
Utility Assembly M46 ......................................................................................................... TM 9-6150-226-13
LUBRICATION ORDERS
Lubricating Order, Laundry Unit, Trailer-Mounted, M85 .................................................. LO 10-3510-222-12
Lubricating Order, Generator Set, Diesel Engine Driven,
Tactical Skid Mounted, 10 kW .......................................................................................... LO 5-6115-585-12
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Common Table of Allowance(s)............................................................................................................50-970
Common Table of Allowance(s)..............................................................................................................8-100
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LAUNDRY UNIT TRAILER MOUNTED, M85 MODEL: M85-100, M85-200
COMPONENTS OF END ITEM (COEI) AND BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LISTS
0015 00
INTRODUCTION
This work package identifies components of end item and basic issue items for the M85 series laundries to
help you inventory the items required for safe and efficient operation of the equipment.
GENERAL
The Components of End Item and Basic Issue Items List are divided into the following lists:
Components of End Item (COEI). This list is for informational purposes only and is not authority to
requisition replacements. These items are part of your laundry unit. As part of the end item, these items
must be with the end item whenever it is issued or transferred between property accounts. Items of COEI
are removed and separately packaged for transportation or shipment only when necessary. Illustrations
are furnished to help you find and identify the items.
Basic Issue Items (BII). These are essential items required to place your laundry unit in operation, operate
it, and to do emergency repairs. Although shipped separately packaged, BlI must be with the Laundry Unit
during operation and whenever it is transferred between property accounts. Listing these items is your
authority to request/requisition them for replacement based on authorization of the end item by the
TOE/MTOE. Illustrations are furnished to help you find and identify the items.
Explanation of Columns in the COEI and BII List.
Column (1), Illus Number, gives you the number of the item illustrated.
Column (2), National Stock Number, identifies the national stock number of the item to be used for
requisitioning purposes.
Column (3), Description, CAGEC and Part Number identifies the Federal item name (in all capital letters)
followed by a minimum description when needed. The last line below the description is the CAGEC
(Commercial and Government Entity Code) (in parenthesis) and the part number.
Column (4), Usable On Code, gives you a code if the item you need is not the same for different models of
the M85 Laundry. The following UOCs are used for the M85 series laundries:
ERG
FGD
Model M85-100
Model M85-200
Column (5), U/M (unit of measure), indicates how the item is issued for the National Stock Number shown
in column two.
Column (6), Qty Rqr, Column. Indicates the quantity required.
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COMPONENTS OF THE END ITEM (COEI) LIST
1
3
2
Left
Center
Right
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
1
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
3510-01-375-0201
2
3510-01-375-0197
3
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
BASKET ASSY, HOSE
(90598) 6-1-9955
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
2
BEAM, ASSY:
Left (90598) 6-2-2418
EA
1
4540-01-375-2324
Right (90598) 1-6-0103
EA
1
3510-01-374-0561
Center (90598) 1-6-0104
EA
1
EA
1
3510-01-248-5296
BIN, ASSY, DRYER
(81337) 6-1-9906
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6
7
5
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
4
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
6150-01-373-9419
5
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
POWER DISTRIBUTION (Water Pump)
(90598) 6-1-9926
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
6150-01-275-7930
CABLE ASSY, POWER, ELECTRIC
(81337) 6-1-9924
EA
1
6
3510-01-279-3980
CLAMP, SHORT
(81337) 6-1-9433
EA
1
7
3510-01-247-4797
CLAMP, LONG
(81337) 6-1-9430
EA
1
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8
9
10
11
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
(6)
QTY
RQT
EA
2
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
8
5640-01 -245-6934
Side Panel, Small
81337) 1-6-0114
9
5640-01-285-4288
Side Panel, Large
81337) 6-2-2400
EA
1
10
3510-01-246-9256
Top Panel
81337) 1-6-0118
EA
3
11
3510-01 -246-9258
STRUT ASSY, TARP
(81337) 6-1-9416
EA
2
PANEL, SOUND DEADENING:
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12
13
14
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
12
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
3510-01-253-4303
13
14
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
TARPAULIN (Cover)
(81337) 6-1-9962
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
3510-01-250-3645
WORKSTAND STORAGE SUPPORT
(81337) 6-1-9859
EA
2
4510-01-245-6936
WATER PUMP ASSY
(81337) 6-1-9932
EA
1
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15
18
17
19
20
16
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
15
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
2930-01 -248-9889
16
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
WATERPUMP TIEDOWN ASSY
(81337) 6-1-9443
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
2
3510-01-242-7258
STEP ASSEMBLY, PLATFORM
(81337) 6-1-9949
EA
2
3510-01-440-4569
WORK PLATFORM ASSY, WASHER
(81337) 6-1-8356
EA
1
3510-01-375-0199
WORK PLATFORM ASSY, DRYER
(90598) 6-2-2411
EA
1
19
3510-01-440-4370
PLATFORM ASSY, SHORT
(81337) 6-1-9855
EA
1
20
4940-01-309-4488
STAIR ASSY, TWO STEP
(81337) 6-2-2403
EA
1
17
18
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23
22
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
21
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
4720-00-708-0407
22
23
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
HOSE, AIR DUCT (Dryer Lint Exhaust)
(81349) MIL, -fH-7365, Size A
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
4210-00-899-2491
FIRE EXTINGUISHER
(81348) 6-1-8285
EA
1
4510-01-214-9139
ADAPTER (Drum Fill)
(81337) 6-1-8285
EA
2
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24
27
26
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
24
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
5975-00-878-3791
25
26
27
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
GROUND ROD ASSY, SECTIONAL W/ATTACHMENTS
(81349) MIL-R-1 1461
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
4720-01-297-9083
HOSE ASSY, NONMETALLIC
(81337) 6-1 -9946-3, 25 ft, 1-1/2 in dia
Suction Strainer to Water Pump
Water Pump to Water Heater
Washer Bin to Drain Field
EA
3
4720-00-805-2676
HOSE, FUEL (Dryer, Water Heater)
(96906) MS28741 -8-3000, 25 ft
FGD
EA
4
HOSE FUEL RETURN (Dryer, Water Heater)
(81337) 6-1-9836-65, 25 ft
MS28741-8-1440
ERG
EA
4
EA
1
4720-01—297-9084
HOSE, NONMETALLIC (Main Drain)
(90598) 6-1-9946-4, 25 ft, 2-1/2 in dia
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(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
28
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
4720-01-461-4681
29
4720-01-261-6815
30
4720-01-375-5445
29
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30
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
HOSE, GENERATOR EXHAUST
(81337) 6-2-2419
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
2
HOSE, METAL, (Dryer Heater Exhaust)
(81337) 6-2-2303
EA
2
DUCT, BURNER EXHAUST (Water Heater)
(90598) 6-2-2427
EA
2
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32
34
33
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(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
31
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
4730-01-249-1969
32
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
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(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
STRAINER, SUCTION
(81337) 6-1-8359
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
7530-01-399-5274
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8015 (10 blank)
EA
20
7530-01-399-3710
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8030
EA
1
7530-01-399-3711
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8031
EA
1
7530-01-399-3709
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8032
EA
1
7530-01-399-3694
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8033
EA
1
7530-01-399-3696
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8034
EA
1
7530-01-399-3695
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8035
EA
1
7530-01-399-3697
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8036
EA
1
7530-01-399-3698
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8037
EA
1
7530-01-399-3699
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8038
EA
1
7530-01-399-3700
CARD, TIMER, MACHINE, OPERATING
(05789) 178-8039
EA
1
33
2540-01-374-3700
LADDER ASSY
(90958) 6-2-2426
EA
1
34
7520-01-361-8980
PUNCH, CARD
(26531) A90
EA
1
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36
35
37
(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
35
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
4720-01-297-9085
36
37
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
HOSE, NONMETALLIC (Washer to Water Heater)
(81337) 6-1 -9946-1, (8ft, 1 1/2 in dia)
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
4720-01-297-9082
HOSE, NONMETALLIC (Washer Bin to Drain Field)
(81337) 6-1 -9946-2, (40 in, 1 1/2 in dia)
EA
1
4720-01-261-6815
FOOTING PLATFORM
(81337) 6-2-2434
EA
8
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(1)
ILLUS
NUMBER
1
(2)
NATIONAL STOCK
NUMBER
N/A
(3)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC AND PART NUMBER
(4)
USABLE
ON CODE
(5)
U/M
LUBRICATION ORDER
LO 10-3510-222-12
EA
(6)
QTY
RQT
1
2
N/A
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
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EA
1
3
N/A
TRAILER MANUAL
TM 9-2330-376-I 4&P
EA
1
4
N/A
GENERATOR OPERATOR’S MANUAL
TM 5-6115-585-12
EA
1
5
N/A
WATER HEATER MANUAL
TM 10-4520-259-13&P
EA
1
6
N/A
HOSE, GARDEN, 6-FOOT (81348) L-H-520-50
EA
1
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LAUNDRY UNIT, TRAILER MOUNTED, MODEL M85-100, M85-200
ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST (AAL)
0016 00
INTRODUCTION
This appendix lists additional items that you are authorized for the support of the M85 series laundry units.
GENERAL
This list identifies items that do not have to accompany your laundry unit and that do not have to be turned
in with it. These items are authorized for use by CTA, MTOE, TDA, or JTA.
Explanation of Columns in the AAL:
Column (1) National Stock Number, identifies the stock number of the item to be used for requisitioning
purposes.
Column (2) Description, CAGEC, and Part Number, identifies the Federal Item Name (in all capital letters)
followed by a minimum description when needed. The last line below the description is the CAGE
(Commercial and Government Entity Code) (in parenthesis) and the part number.
Column (3), Usable On Code (UOC), when applicable, gives you a code if the item you need is not the
same for different models of equipment. UOCs for the M85 series laundries are as follows:
Model M85-100
Model M85-200
ERG
FGD
Column (4), UM (unit of measure) indicates how the item is issued for the National Stock Number shown
in column (1).
Column (5), Qty Recm, indicates the quantity recommended.
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(1)
NATIONAL STOCK NUMBER
(2)
DESCRIPTION CAGEC&PART NUMBER
(3)
USABLE ON
CODE
(4)
U/I RECM
(5)
QTY
4230-01-133-4124
Decontaminating Apparatus
(81349) MIL-D-12468
EA
I
6230-00-163-1856
Flashlight
(81348) W-F-00421
EA
1
6640-00-063-7879
Funnel, Common Laboratory
(95352) 802PE
EA
1
5120-00-061-8543
Hammer, Hand (81348) GGG-H-86
EA
1
Nipple, Quick-Disconnect
(7G217) 25 SAAL (2.50” ID adapter, male to male)
EA
AR
Nipple, Quick-Disconnect
(7G217) MS 39352-1
(1.50” ID adapter, male to male)
EA
AR
Can, Gas, Military
(81349) MIL-C-1283 (5 Gallon)
EA
AR
5340-00-682-1508
Padlock
(81348) FF-P-101
EA
1
5120-00-278-0352
Pliers, Slip Joint (81348) GGG-P-471
EA
1
5120-00-473-6476
Pliers, Slip Joint: 10-IN., Adjustable (80212) P489
EA
1
5120-00-234-8912
Screwdriver, Cross Tip: 6-IN. (C7127) SSDP63
EA
1
51 20-00-227-7334
Screwdriver, Flat Tip; 10-IN (81348) GGG-S-121
EA
1
5120-00-237-6985
Screwdriver, Flat Tip; 8-IN. (81348) GGG-S-121
EA
1
5120-01 -01 3-1676
Slide Hammer, Ground
(45225) P74-144 (for ground rod)
EA
1
5120-00-264-3796
Wrench, Adjustable: 12-IN. (81348) GGG-W-631
EA
1
5120-00-240-5328
Wrench, Adjustable: 8-IN. (81348) GGG-W-631
EA
I
4720-00-729-5334
Hose, Garden, 50-foot (81348) L-H-520-50
EA
1
Fuel Drum 55-Gallon (81348) PPP-D-1152B
EA
2
NO NSN
4730-01-338-5165
7240-00-025-3377
N/A
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EXPENDABLE/DURABLE ITEMS LIST
0017 00
INTRODUCTION
This appendix lists expendable/durable supplies and materials you will need to operate and maintain your
M85 series laundry unit. This listing is for informational purposes only and is not authority to requisition the
listed items. These items are authorized to you by CTA 50-970, Expendable/Durable Items (Except
Medical, Class V, Repair Parts, and Heraldic Items), or CTA 8-100, Army Medical Department
Expendable/Durable Items.
Explanations of Columns in the Expendable/Durable Items List
Column (1) Item Number. This number is assigned to each entry in the list and is referenced in the
narrative instructions to identify the item (e.g., “(Use wiping rags (WP0065, Table 1, Item 1)”.
Column (2) Level. This column includes the lowest level of maintenance that requires the listed item.
C
O
F
H
D
Operator or Crew
Unit Maintenance
Direct Support Maintenance
General Support Maintenance
Depot Maintenance
Column (3) National Stock Number. This is the NSN assigned to the item that you can use to requisition it.
Column (4) Item Name, Description, CAGEC, and Part Number. This column provides the other
information you need to identify the item.
Column (5), U/M (unit of measure) indicates how the item is issued for the National Stock Number shown
in column (1).
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(1)
ITEM
NUMBER
1
(2)
LEVEL
C
(3)
NATIONAL
STOCK NUMBER
7920-00-205-3570
(4)
ITEM NAME, DESCRIPTION, CAGE CODE,
PART NUMBER
Wiping Rags
2
(5)
U/M
LB
C
5330-00-360-0595
Gasket, 1 ½” (96906) MS27030-5
EA
3
C
5330-00-075-3268
Gasket, 2 ½” (96906) MS27030-7
EA
4
C
91 30-01-305-5597
Turbine Fuel, Aviation (JP-8) MIL-T-83133
GL (One gI)
5
C
9140-00-286-5284
DR (55 gI)
6
C
5975-00-156-3253
7
C
7930-00-965-9830
Fuel, Diesel VVF-800 (DF-A, OF-I, DF-2)
Strap, Tiedown, Electrical Components
(81349) MIL-S-23190
Rinse Additive, Laundry
9
C
6850-01-015-7939
Spot Remover
GL (One gI)
10
C
6850-00-297-6653
Decontaminating Agent
DR (50 Ib)
11
C
8030-00-264-3875
Water Repellent Compound, Textile Finish
CN (5 gI)
12
C
6810-00-141-2942
Citric Acid, Anhydrous, Technical
DR (50 Ib)
13
C
7930-00-929-1220
Detergent, Laundry
DR (50 Ib)
15
C
6810-00-264-6523
Sodium Orthosilicate, Technical
DR (100 Ib)
16
C
7930-00-924-5366
Sour, Laundry
DR (100 Ib)
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DR (175 Ib)
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ALPHABETICAL INDEX
A
Abbreviations and Acronyms ......................................................................................................... 0001 00-4
Additional Authorization List (AAL)................................................................................................. 0016 00-1
Adjustments, Dryer Initial................................................................................................................ 0006 00-5
Adjustments, Water Heater Initial................................................................................................... 0006 00-2
Assembly and Preparation For Use ............................................................................................... 0005 00-1
Air Compressor Controls and Indicators ...................................................................................... 0004 00-14
B
Basic Issue Items (BII) List ........................................................................................................... 0015 00-13
C
Common Tools And Equipment ..................................................................................................... 0002 00-4
Components Of End Item (COEI) List ............................................................................................ 0015 00-1
Controls And Indicators .................................................................................................................. 0004 00-1
Corrosion Prevention And Control (CPC)....................................................................................... 0001 00-3
Clothing Weights List...................................................................................................................... 0007 00-4
Cold, Operation In .......................................................................................................................... 0009 00-1
Couplings, Quick Disconnect ......................................................................................................... 0005 00-8
Cross Reference List, Nomenclature ............................................................................................. 0001-00-4
D
Decals And Instruction Plates ...................................................................................................... 0004 00-15
Description and Use of Operator’s Controls and Indicators ........................................................... 0004 00-1
Destruction Of Army Materiel To Prevent Enemy Use................................................................... 0001 00-3
Description Of Major Components ................................................................................................. 0002 00-2
Dryer Bin Installation .................................................................................................................... 0005 00-20
Dryer Control Panel, Operating ...................................................................................................... 0007 00-3
Dryer Controls and Indicators....................................................................................................... 0004 00-10
Dryer Initial Adjustments................................................................................................................. 0006 00-5
Dryer/Water Heater Fuel Lines Installation .................................................................................. 0005 00-24
Dust or Sand, Operation In............................................................................................................. 0009 00-1
E
Equipment Characteristics, Capabilities And Features .................................................................. 0002 00-1
Equipment Data.............................................................................................................................. 0002 00-4
Equipment Improvements and Recommendations, Reporting (EIR) ............................................. 0001 00-2
Expendable and Durable Items List ............................................................................................... 0017 00-1
Emergency Procedures .................................................................................................................. 0009 00-2
Equipment Description ................................................................................................................... 0002 00-2
Equipment Characteristics, Capabilities and Features .................................................................. 0002 00-1
Exhaust Metal Hose Storage/Installation ..................................................................................... 0005 00-26
Expendable/Durable Supplies and Materials List, Appendix.......................................................... 0017 00-1
Extractor Control Panel, Operating .............................................................................................. 0007 00-28
INDEX-1
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Extractor Controls and Indicators ................................................................................................. 0004 00-11
F
Field Manuals ................................................................................................................................. 0014 00-1
Forms ........................................................................................................................................... 0014 00-1
Features, Equipment Characteristics, Capabilities and ................................................................. 0002 00-1
G
General Information........................................................................................................................ 0001 00-1
Ground Rod .................................................................................................................................. 0005 00-18
H
Heater Fuel Lines Installation, Dryer/Water Heater ..................................................................... 0005 00-24
Hose, Drain, Field Connection ..................................................................................................... 0005 00-14
How to Use this Manual ................................................................................................................................ v
I
Introduction To Components Of End Item (COEI) and Basic Issue Items (BII) List....................... 0015 00-1
Improvement Recommendations (EIR), Reporting Equipment ...................................................... 0001 00-1
Indicators, Location and Use of Controls and ................................................................................ 0004 00-1
Initial Adjustment ........................................................................................................................... 0006 00-1
Installation, Dryer Bin ................................................................................................................... 0005 00-20
Installation, Dryer/Water Heater Fuel Lines ................................................................................. 0005 00-24
Instruction Plates .......................................................................................................................... 0004 00-15
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Laundry Unit Components Location ............................................................................................... 0002 00-2
List Of Abbreviations/Acronyms ..................................................................................................... 0001 00-4
Location And Description Of Major Components ........................................................................... 0002 00-2
Lubrication Service Intervals ......................................................................................................... 0013 00-1
M
Main Power Cable ........................................................................................................................ 0005 00-16
Maintenance Checks and Services, Preventive ............................................................................. 0011 00-1
Maintenance Forms Records And Reports .................................................................................... 0001 00-2
Maintenance Procedures, Operator ............................................................................................... 0012 00-1
Malfunction Symptom Index ........................................................................................................... 0010 00-1
N
Nomenclature Cross-Reference List .............................................................................................. 0001 00-3
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Operation under Usual Conditions ................................................................................................. 0007 00-1
Operation In Unusual Environment/Weather Conditions ............................................................... 0009 00-1
Operator Maintenance.................................................................................................................... 0013 00-1
Operating Procedures .................................................................................................................... 0007 00-1
Operating Washer Control Panel ................................................................................................... 0007 00-6
P
Pamphlets....................................................................................................................................... 0014 00-1
Plates, Decal and Instruction........................................................................................................ 0004 00-15
Power Distribution Panel Controls and Indicators........................................................................ 0004 00-13
Preparation For Movement............................................................................................................. 0008 00-1
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services.............................................................................. 0012 00-1
Preparation For Use, Assembly and .............................................................................................. 0005 00-1
Pump, Water................................................................................................................................... 0006 00-1
Power Requirements ...................................................................................................................... 0002 00-4
Q
Quick Disconnect Couplings .......................................................................................................... 0005 00-8
R
References ..................................................................................................................................... 0014 00-1
Reporting Equipment Improvement Recommendations (EIRs) ..................................................... 0001 00-1
S
Safety, Care And Handling, Warnings, Cautions And Notes ......................................................... 0001 00-4
Shutdown........................................................................................................................................ 0008 00-1
Siting Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 0005 00-1
Shipping or Storage, Preparation for.............................................................................................. 0008 00-1
Sound Control Panel Installation/Removal..................................................................................... 0013 00-3
Storage, Ladder............................................................................................................................ 0008 00-12
T
Table of Contents ........................................................................................................................................... i
Technical Manuals........................................................................................................................ 00014 00-1
Theory Of Operation....................................................................................................................... 0003 00-1
Troubleshooting Procedures .......................................................................................................... 0011 00-1
Tarpaulin Installation .................................................................................................................... 0008 00-16
U
Usable On Code ............................................................................................................................ 0015 00-1
V
INDEX-3
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W
Wastewater Disposal.................................................................................................................... 0005 00-14
Washer Control Panel .................................................................................................................... 0007 00-6
Warnings ......................................................................................................................................................a
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PETER J. SCHOOMAKER
General, United States Army
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1 kiloliter = 10 hectoliters = 264.18 gallons
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Square Measure
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1 dekagram = 10 grams = .35 ounce
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Cubic Measure
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1 cu. decimeter = 1000 cu. centimeters = 61.02 cu. inches
1 cu. meter = 1000 cu. decimeters = 35.31 feet
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inches
feet
yards
miles
square inches
square feet
square yards
square miles
acres
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cubic yards
fluid ounces
pints
quarts
gallons
ounces
pounds
short tons
pound--feet
pound--inches
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meters
meters
kilometers
square centimeters
square meters
square meters
square kilometers
square hectometers
cubic meters
cubic meters
milliliters
liters
liters
liters
grams
kilograms
metric tons
newton--meters
newton--meters
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2.540
.305
.914
1.609
6.451
.093
.836
2.590
.405
.028
.765
29.573
.473
.946
3.785
28.349
.454
.907
1.356
.11296
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centimeters
meters
meters
kilometers
square centimeters
square meters
square meters
square kilometers
square hectometers
cubic meters
cubic meters
milliliters
liters
liters
liters
grams
kilograms
metric tons
To
newton--meters
inches
feet
yards
miles
square inches
square feet
square yards
square miles
acres
cubic feet
cubic yards
fluid ounces
pints
quarts
gallons
ounces
pounds
short tons
Temperature (Exact)
_F
Fahrenheit
temperature
5/9 (after
subtracting 32)
Celsius
temperature
_C
Multiply by
.007062
.394
3.280
1.094
.621
.155
10.764
1.196
.386
2.471
35.315
1.308
.034
2.113
1.057
.264
.035
2.205
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