OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS
This section provides instructions for operation of the
shelter in unusual weather conditions.
Operation during blackout conditions
is also provided.
OPERATION IN RAIN AND/OR MUD
Provide adequate drainage ditch to prevent standing water around
Check leveling jacks frequently for sinking; level shelter as re-
quired by adjusting container lift jacks.
Close and secure all doors in shelter.
Check seals for proper placement and compression.
OPERATION IN SNOW, ICE OR EXTREME COLD
W A R N I N G
In extreme cold, do not touch metal parts with bare
hands. Severe skin damage may result.
Remove snow routinely and prior to folding roof with a soft bristle
brush, broom, or equivalent.
Remove ice from shelter before lowering hinged panels.
Insure ECU is properly connected to shelter.
Keep all doors and vents closed.
Fluorescent lights have a delay time in coming on
at temperatures of 0°F and below.