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EBR-I1 P r i m a r y pump No. 1 4 0 0 hp, 480 volts Maintenance r e p o r t , 2-29-68 MA AA )perational m o n i t o r s 3 LA 520 13,500 500 1. F a u l t y b r u s h e s , worn too s h o r t . 2. P a r t r e p l a c e d . 3. U p - g r a d e preventive maintenance. 1. G e n e r a t o r / B e a r i n g s 2. A c c e s s o r y E l e c t r i c a l EquipmentIM. G. S e t 3. 5 7 470000 1. EBR-11 2. G. s e t 3. 4. Operations monthly report, 1 0 - 2 - 6 8 MA AA 12 AA b20 15,240 luring routine nspection 1.
1. P a r t r e p l a c e d . 3. None. c TABLE FA1 LURE DATA FOR TEM 9 10 11 12 13 (Component) (System/Subsystem) FAILURE INDEX CODE* 3. OPERATING CONDITIONS 1 4 . SOURCE DOCUMENT ELECTRICAL GENERATORS (EMERGENCY AND AUXILIARY) (Sheet 2 of 3 ) 4 CAUSE MODE - 1. FAILURE DESCRIPTION PERATIN( HOURS 2. CORRECTIVE ACTION 3. RECOMMENDATIONS FFEC 41 30 15,240 9 w 41 dI 12,500 500 )Z 30 MI METHOD OF FAILURE DETECTION i . G e n e r a t o r /Excitor 2. A c c e s s o r y E l e c t r i c a l Equipment/M. G.
Failure Data Handbook for Nuclear Power Facilities - Vol 1