MODERN BURNER UNIT (MBU)
OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
Do not attempt service procedures on a burner that has recently been in operation. Let
the burner cool down before performing these procedures to avoid the possibility of
Prior to placing the MBU or any component in storage, it must be inspected IAW After Operation PMCS
(WP 0010), cleaned, and have had all necessary maintenance performed.
Remove all MBUs from appliances.
Drain fuel tank IAW WP 0011.
Collect 110V AC and 24V DC extension, branch, and NATO adapter cables as applicable. Inspect and
clean as necessary.
Disconnect Battery Lead. If a Battery Pack is used, disconnect the battery leads prior to storage as
Remove the 10 screws and lock washers (1) that secure the outer cover (2).
Locate the RED power lead (3) that extends from the internal charger (4) to the battery (5).
Remove the terminal bolt (6) that secures the RED power lead (3) to the battery (5). Remove the lead and
cover the connector at the end of the lead with electrical tape. Re-install the terminal bolt (6).
Tuck the wire between the battery (5) and the internal charger (4).
Install the outer cover (2) on the Battery Pack with the 10 screws and lock washers (1) removed earlier.
When all components are properly prepared and cleaned, placeMBUs, the battery pack, the power
converter (if not permanently installed in MKT, and all cables into containers. Equipment should be dry
prior to storage