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oughly school its personnel in performing the maintenance pro-
cedures
for
this
semitrailer
as
set
forth
in
this
manual.
Table II. Driver's or Operator's Preventive Maintenance Services
USUAL  CONDITIONS
Caution: Place all tags describ-
ing condition of semitrailer in a
conspicuous location so they will
not be overlooked.
Tires. Gage tires for correct pres-
sure (par 52). If hot, do not
reduce pressure.
Remove penetrating objects such
a s n a i l s or glass.  Remove
stones from between duals.
Note any apparent loss of air,
unusual wear, or missing valve
caps.
Wheels. Inspect wheel nuts and
cap screws to see that they are
present and secure.
Brake lose, light cable. M a k e
certain that intervehicular ca-
ble and brake hose between
towing vehicle and trailer are
securely connected and in good
condition.
Vehicle equipment. Visually in-
spect vehicle publications, in-
cluding Standard Form 91 (Op-
erator's Report of Motor-Ve-
hicle Accident) and DA Form
461,
Operate  lights  (if  tactical  situa-
tion permits) and observe func-
tioning. Visually inspect re-
flectors.
Leaks, general
(semitrailer M270
A1).
Look under semitrailer
for any indication of brake
fluid leaks.
Visually inspect body, spare tire
carrier, and stowage box. See
that nothing will drag on the
ground.
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