When possible, park so the launch vehicle does not face into wind.
Check all cylinder bellows for cuts, and report any damage to unit maintenance if
Keep dust caps on all unused electrical and hydraulic connection points and all
launch vehicle cabinet doors closed.
Leave glass/plastic surfaces covered if not needed for operations. Take extra care
when cleaning glass/plastic to prevent scratching surfaces.
Keep close watch on the air filter restriction indicator (Figure 12. 5. 1), gauges and
warning lights on the driver's instrument panel (Figure 12. 5. 2) and the interface
panel. Ensure dust does not affect equipment.
When not viewing the interface panel keep the outer door closed.
Whenever possible stop the launch in safe condition and turn the 4 position rotary
switch to position 1 to reduce the idle speed.
Before the start of build, check and drain the fuel/water separator (Figure 12. 5. 3).
Check all cylinder bellows for cuts, report any damage to unit maintenance if found.
Keep dust caps on all unused electrical and hydraulic connection points.
All pinholes should be free from dirt and dust to avoid difficulty pinning or locating
modules. Any dirt build up should be removed before build or retrieval.