2-6. ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE. Continued.
If the latches on the side panel assembly do not tightly engage the top cover assembly, adjust the latch draw-
bolts as follows:
Disengage channel assembly drawbolt from strike catch on top cover assembly.
Rotate drawbolt either counterclockwise to lengthen the drawbolt reach or clockwise to shorten the draw-
bolt reach as needed.
Attempt to engage latch drawbolt with top cover assembly again.
Repeat steps (1) through (3) as needed until latch drawbolt properly secures the top cover assembly.
2-7. INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS, DAILY CHECKS, AND SELF TESTS.
Inspect the WTSC for completeness, damage, and for proper operation as applicable. Report any deficiencies
to unit maintenance.
Perform the preventative maintenance checks and services listed in Table 2-1.
2-8. OPERATING PROCEDURES.
a. Storing one 50,000 Gallon or Two 20,000 Gallon Water Tank. After insuring that the WTSC has been
placed on a level surface, one 50,000 gallon or two 20,000 gallon water storage tank can be placed into the WTSC by
performing the following steps.
Perform all before Operator PMCS listed in Table 2-1.
(Refer to Figure 2-3.) Disengage the latching devices (9) on the side panel assembly channel latches and
remove the top cover assembly (8).
Engage one end of each of the four tie-down straps into the tie-down rods located in the floor of one side
of the skid assembly (1) and drape the other end of the straps over the top of the side panel assemblies (2).
Serious injury could occur if heavy equipment is moved/lifted without sufficient person-
nel to do the job. Wear safety shoes, gloves, and other suitable protective clothing. Do
not attempt to lift more than 50 pounds by yourself.
(Refer to Figure 2-4.) After folding the one 50,000 gallon water tank or the two 20,000 gallon water tanks
as specified by the applicable tank technical manual, use the four hoisting straps to place the water tank(s) into the
WTSC. Remove hoisting straps and store them in the divider storage pan area of the WTSC.
(Refer to Figure 2-3.) Attach the loose ends of the tie-down straps onto the remaining tie-down rods lo-
cated on the floor of the skid assembly (1).