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Capstone Customer Service Toll Free 1-(877) 282-8966 www.capstoneturbine.com
November 13, 2000
Scheduled Maintenance on Liquid Fuel Units
Capstone Model 330 Units Using Liquid Fuels
Scheduled Maintenance Needed to Prevent Fuel Leaks and Damage to the MicroTurbine System
Check all fuel fittings for leaks every six months and whenever it is convenient. Empty the drain tank after every three starts to prevent fuel pooling inside the MicroTurbine engine.
1. Every six months and whenever convenient, pull out the cart and check
• Starting from the fuel inlet connection at the back of the unit, check all fuel fittings and connections for fuel build-up and leaks through the filter, fuel pump and valves, and through the whole system.
• Unscrew and pull out the lowest of the four (red) plastic leak (or weep) hole plugs on the fuel pump, and check for any signs of fuel build-up inside.
• Look for any fuel build-up on surfaces of components and assemblies where the fuel can drip and accumulate.
2. Empty the drain tank after every three starts, through the drain valve at the back of the MicroTurbine unit.
If you notice signs of fuel leaks in any part of the system, contact Capstone MicroTurbine Corporation at the above address or at:
Service Bulletin SB0017 Page 1 of 2 511877-001
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