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    Default I was wondering if any of you guys have experience running an rowpu

    I just bought one for my hotel and have several questions regarding the unit. Thanks in advance for any info, em

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    You should also post this question in "Other Auxillary Equipment" under "Other Military Machines".
    GEN #1 House Gen PU-751/M: 1986 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #2 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #3 Shop/Barn Gen NF-2 Enclosure: 19XX MEP-002a w/Aux Tank
    GEN #4 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 (a work in process)

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    Found this link. Maybe you can order the TM's.
    GEN #1 House Gen PU-751/M: 1986 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #2 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #3 Shop/Barn Gen NF-2 Enclosure: 19XX MEP-002a w/Aux Tank
    GEN #4 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 (a work in process)

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    Also, looks like Guyfang already has rounded up some of the manuals here. Looks like the images are not showing up but if you click in the black area I think they will download for you.
    GEN #1 House Gen PU-751/M: 1986 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #2 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #3 Shop/Barn Gen NF-2 Enclosure: 19XX MEP-002a w/Aux Tank
    GEN #4 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 (a work in process)

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    Thanks so much guys. This thing is a monster of a machine! there are so many controls and feature Iím kind of intimidated by it.
    I just got the 005 running that powers the rowpu. Thx again

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    I saw a picture of one and yes it is a monster at 17,100 lbs GVW assuming its the "little" 600 GPH ROWPU. I certainly wouldn't want to be the one paying the shipping for it! However, you should have a virtually unlimited source of water at your remote location once you master this Hulk of a machine!
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    GEN #1 House Gen PU-751/M: 1986 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #2 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 w/Aux Tank & OEM cover
    GEN #3 Shop/Barn Gen NF-2 Enclosure: 19XX MEP-002a w/Aux Tank
    GEN #4 Spare Gen PU-751/M: 1991 MEP-002a/M116A2 (a work in process)

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    Have you ordered new membranes? According to the documents the skid uses Polyamide membranes. You can't store those in the housings for long without them becoming damaged. Also, you can't dry them out after they have been wet. Drying them will destroy them.
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