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Message Aux lube oil pump running 3.44 bar 63 QA-1 Lube oil level high 71 QH-1 254mm or 10”

Cause Main pump is supplying insufficient pressure due to pump failure or leaks. High level of lube oil tank or some liquid is coming in the tank.

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Lube oil level Lube oil tank level low low 71 QL 432 mm or 17” Lube oil pressure low 3.44 bar AC pump cut in. Emergency lube pump motor running 63 QL 0.41 bar Lube oil tank temperature low 26 QL-1 18 °C Lube oil header temperature high 26 QA-1 74°C Lube oil temperature switch trouble Lube oil pressure switch trouble Low Lube oil pressure trip 63 QT-1A 63 QT-2A 0.55bar Lube oil header System leaks or pump or pressure switches trouble. The main and ac lube oil pumps are supplying insufficient pressure due to pump failure or leaks. Lube oil tank temperature below recommended limits Starting is inhibited if header temperature is <18°C. Lube oil header temperature is above recommended limits. Bad signal form Lube oil temperature switch Bad signal from Lube oil pressure switch Pressure below the trip level. Pump 6.89 bar; bearing header 1.85 bar. Lube oil header temp

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Action Examine lube oil pump. Check it’s out put (6.89 bar) and filters for leaks or plugging. Check pressure switch 63 QA-1. Check level switch 71 QH-1. Investigate cause of high level alarm and restore normal level. NOTE: stop the unit if there is some other fluid with the lube oil (water or liquid fuel). In this case never start unit without repair. Check level switch 71 QL-1. Check the system for possible leakage or for excessive consumption. NOTE: in these units oil consumption is normal, so refilling is necessary periodically. Repair leaks or pump. Check proper operation of pressure switch 63 QA1 and check closing of test valves. Check for leaks and pumps’ malfunction. Check proper operation of pressure switches 63 QL, 63 QT-2A, and 63 QT-2B. Check for proper operation of the Lube oil tank heaters. Check for proper operation of the temperature switch 26 QN-1. Check Lube oil heat exchangers, CW fans (proper rotation) and temperature regulating valve VTR1. Check temperature switch 26 QA-1. Check temperature switches 26 QT1A, 1B and 26QA. Check pressure switches 63 QT-2A, 2B and 63 QA. Determine cause and correct before restarting unit. Check pressure regulating v/v VPR.2. Check for proper operation of the

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2 temp high trip 26 QT-1A 26 QT-1B 80°C 3 bearing temp High 371°C Aux hydraulic oil pump motor running 63HQ-1 93 bar Hydraulic supply pressure low 63HQ-1 93 bar Liquid fuel hydraulic trip pressure low 1.38 bar Trip the GT above recommended limits Excessive temp at the load tunnel bearing 3 NOTE: this excessive temp gives a normal stop order. Aux hydraulic oil pump is running after signal 14HS. Lube oil Heat exchangers, CW fans (proper rotation) and temp regulating v/v VTR-1. Check temp switches 26 QT-1A and 26 QT-1B. Check thermocouple TT-1B-1 if necessary. Look for reasons of this excessive temp.

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Check the hydraulic supply circuit (filters, regulating valve, vent and purge, leaks) or proper operation of the main hydraulic oil pump. Check circuit of the 88 HQ drawer. Hydraulic supply Check hydraulic supply pressure pressure is low. filter and differential pressure Normal reading is 110 gauge, regulating v/v or, pump or bar. proper operation of pressure switch 63 HQ-1. Low oil pressure in Check control oil filter and its liquid fuel hydraulic piping. This alarm actuates if the oil trip circuit. Normal turbine is tripped with the manual value is 4.5 bar. emergency trip valve on the turbine or a large leak were to occur in the hydraulic trip circuit piping. Hydraulic One second after the Check operation of 20 FL-1 servo protective hydraulic oil trip is valve. trouble initiated either the liquid fuel stop valve is not closed or the hydraulic trip pressure (63 HL-1, 2, 3) has not decreased sufficiently. Gas fuel Low oil pressure in hydraulic trip gas fuel hydraulic oil pressure low trip circuit. 63 FG-1,2,3 Trip the GT 1.38 bar Liquid fuel A low pressure is Check the ΔP on the trip oil filters. hydraulic detected on the trip oil Transfer to the second filter and pressure switch circuit or pressure change if necessary as soon as trouble switches’ trouble. possible. Check proper operation of temperature switches 63 HL-1, 2, 3. Gas fuel Maximum temperature temperature is 65°C low trip and minimum is 15°C. 26 GL EKA20 CT005 10°C

3 Dist. Pumps’ upstream pressure low 63 FD-1 0.5 bar Heavy fuel filter Diff Press High (Upstream) 0.2 bar Dist fuel filter Diff Press High (Upstream) 63 FL-1D 0.2 bar Liquid fuel pressure low 63 FL-2 2.41 bar (±0.14) A distillate low pressure on the fuel oil supply is detected (forwarding skid). Normal value: 3.5bar The differential pressure on the heavy fuel filter is high The differential pressure is too high at fuel oil filter Check pressure switches 63FD-1, FD-2, and their proper operation and setting. Check the supply of the fuel pump motors and their drawers. Check the ΔP switch. Change heavy fuel filter. Inspect fuel oil filters. Check of fuel oil filter differential pressure switch (operation and set point) 63 FL-1. Change or repair if necessary. Check fuel oil supply equipment i.e., filter and fuel oil pumps. Check pressure switch 63 FL-2 and the electronic circuit. Normal value is 6.3 bar.

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A low fuel oil supply pressure is detected ahead of the fuel oil stop valve. GT trips with 5 sec delay. Gas fuel Normal pressure is 25 pressure low bar. Tripping is at 13 63 FG-3 bar. Setting of safety Alarm 17.5 bar valve is 28 bar. C/O to HSD Heavy pumps A low pressure on the upstream press. heavy fuel supply is Low. Transfer detected. to dist. Normal value: 3.5bar 0.5 bar Dist. Fuel skid Low distillate fuel trouble pressure (6bar) pump or trouble with a forwarding pump at forwarding skid. Heavy fuel Trouble on the transfer transfer operation permissive trouble Heavy fuel Heavy fuel pressure is press. Low auto low. transfer to dist. Normal value is 6.3 < 4.5 bar at bar. filtration skid. 63 FU-3 Heavy fuel Heavy fuel temp. Low, temperature is low Auto transfer to Dist. 92°C

Check pressure switches 63 FU-1, FU-2. Check the supply of the heavy fuel pump motor and their drawers. NOTE: Unit transfers automatically to distillate fuel oil. Check the fwd pump and its motor. Check the pipes, valves, filters, purges, vents, leaks. Check pressure switches 63 FD-1, 2 (operation and set point). Check the heavy fuel transfer permissive logic Search for the causes of low fuel pressure (fwd pump, filters, heavy fuel supply). NOTE: if the unit is running with heavy fuel, the transfer to distillate is automatically initiated. Check the temperature switch and its proper operation and setting. Check the heavy fuel heating system. NOTE: the unit transfers automatically to distillate fuel oil.

4 A.A. Diff. pressure High Auto transfer to Dist. Liquid fuel temp. low 40 Auto Transfer to Dist. Communicator Failure Liquid fuel control fault Atomizing air Δp is high Check atomizing air system, the A.A. compressor and the pressure switch 63 AD. NOTE: if the unit is running with heavy liquid fuel, the transfer to distillate is automatically is initiated. Check the fuel temperature, temperature switch and its set point. Check the proper operation of fuel heating system (heater, temperature switches, and electrical supply). Check the © communicator link. NOTE: with this trouble, the unit transfers automatically to distillate. Determine abnormal condition by reading signal L3FLT1 to L3LFT3 on panel CRT display. Check the servo and feed back signals for proper operation. With liquid fuel: check tripping set point and fuel loop system operation. With gas fuel : check setting value of L.V.D.T. when valve is closed and the calibration of the V.S.R. Check proper operation of stop valve and of the trip oil circuit. Inspect the filters. Check Δp switch (operation and set point). Inspect the filter. Check the Δp switch. Check the limit switch. Check the correct position. Check fuel temp. Check temp switch. Check proper operation of fuel heating system (heater, temperature switches). Check heavy forwarding system (pumps, filters, and pressure switches). Check the turbine CW system: proper operation of water pump, pressure switches, leaks). Check the

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Distillate fuel temp is low on the fuel heating skid © communicator link failure Liquid fuel checking system has detected an abnormal servo or LVDT position or signal. Excessive fuel for start-up has been detected. For gas fuel the gas control valve is open too far. Fuel oil stop valve takes a long time to open Differential pressure is too high fuel oil filter Δp is too high at heavy FO filter Feeding pipe purge is not in correct condition Heavy fuel temp is high on fuel heating skid Low heavy pressure supply Trouble on the turbine CW system

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Liquid fuel stop valve failure to open Distillate fuel filter diff pressure high Heavy fuel filter diff pressure high (downstream) Feeding pipe purge running Heavy fuel temp high Heavy skid trouble Turbine cooling water system trouble

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Generator cooling water system trouble < 3 bar standby pump cuts in. Cooling fan motor breaker open

Trouble in the generator CW system

Breaker opened by operator or tripped by high motor temperature

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Gas scrubber condensate level high 71 GH EKA 20 CL 207 560 mm C/O to HSD Gas scrubber condensate level very high 71 GHH EKA 20 CL 208 740 mm S/D. Sump tank high Sump level is too high level

54 Gas fuel supply pressure low 63 FG-1 EKA20 CP202 Alarm 18 Bar Turbine air inlet high drop NGB 30 CP002 > 1300 Pa

Check level. Check the sump pump 88 WP and its power and control supply. Check level indicator 71 WP. Empty the sump tank with the pump as soon as possible.

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High ΔP is detected at turbine air inlet. Normal ΔP is 180 to 600 Pa. at 700 Pa cleaning cycle starts, and 500 Pa cleaning is stopped. Turbine air inlet High ΔP is detected at excessive drop turbine air inlet NGB 30 CP003 > 1800 Pa GT normal S/D Additive dosing Panel supply is off panel off Additive dosing Trouble on this panel panel trouble

Check for proper operation of air inlet system (filters, sequences, compressed air system).

Check for proper operation of air inlet system (filters, sequences, compressed air system). Check the power supply. The unit STOPS when this panel is OFF. Check proper operation of this panel. Check electrical circuit and instrumentation.

6 No additive flow, transfer to distillate or shutdown Starting device trip The additive system is in trouble Failure of cranking motor to start Check for the cause of this trouble and repair. Check the cranking motor cell, the breaker and the electrical motor. Identify the faulty circuit and repair. Caution: take the safety recommendation for working on medium voltage. Check the change over system (breakers, electrical circuit) and the power plant electrical supply. Determine the electrical trouble with the matrix in the protection panel. The unit should not be operated until the cause of the problem has been determined and corrected. Search and determine the cause of this over temperature. Check the temperature switch. Determine the cause of this fault before attempting a new start. Note: the master reset switch must be pressed before restarting. Check the proper operation of drain valve and solenoid valve/ check the limit switch. Check the AC power supply on the unit. Check the turning gear motor drawer. Check the starting sequence. Check the starting means system. Research why the turbine can not reach its nominal speed. Check the motor drawer 88 TG (fuses, breaker, relaying, power supply). Check the AC power supply. Check LVDT and logic circuit Check the IGV control. Check the IGV control.

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NormalEmergency supply changeover trip Normal shutdown protective lockout Cranking motor temp high Starting motor protective lockout Torque converter drain valve trouble Cool-down trouble Turbine shaft does not break away Turning gear motor trouble

Trouble on the normal emergency supply changeover Electrical trouble on the generator with normal shutdown for unit Over-temperature on the cranking motor The cranking motor protective system has been initiated The torque converter drain valve is not actuated in the same time the solenoid valve (20 TU-1) Turning gear sequence is stopped Unit can not break away or reach its nominal speed

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The turning gear motor is not running 95 during the turning gear sequence Inlet guide vane Loss of feed back 97 position servotrouble Inlet guide vane IGV position is nor 98 control trouble- correct alarm 100 Inlet guide vane IGV position is not

7 control trouble trip Compressor bleed valve position trouble 102 correct Compressor bleed valves have not operated properly. They are in wrong position or required an excessive amount of time to move from one position to another. Compressor is not supplying adequate pressure Investigate problem. The problem should be corrected before restarting. The master reset switch must be pressed before restarting. Check proper operation of solenoid valve 20 CB: check control air supply of VA 2-1, 2-2, 2-3, 2-4 valves and opening of isolating valve, and cleanliness of air separator. Check atomizing air system and closure of vent valve at outlet of main atomizing air compressor. Check on turning gear if the shaft driven AA compressor is running; if coupling is broken replace the compressor before starting the unit. Check for any vibration of compressor. Check pressure switch 63 AD-1 and its set point Check water supply to AA precooler, isolating valve position for flow restrictions. Check proper operation of thermostatic valve VTR-2 and temperature switch 26 AA-1. Check the fuel supply and the fuel control. Check fuel nozzles. Check for the following: fuel being supplied to combustors, flame in all chambers, damaged crossfire tubes, or combustors. Check for proper control valve position and fuel pressure. Check for proper operation of the flame detectors 28 FD-3, 4, 5, 11. Check AC power is supplied to ignition system. Check fuel supply. Check if isolating valves on flame detectors are open. Check proper operation of spark plugs and flame detectors. Analyze data for trends. At the earliest shutdown to check thermocouples. Perform bore-scope or combustion. Check flow divider

Atomizing air diff pressure low Auto transfer to 104 distillate 63 AD-1 < 1.03 bar

Atomizing air temp high 26 AA-1 105 alarm 105°C 135°C GT normal S/D Chamber flamed out 109 during shutdown Loss of flame trip No signal from three flame 110 detectors.

Temperature high at the AA compressor input.

Chamber flamed out during shutdown Failure of flame detectors of loss of flame

Failure to ignite 111

Failure to fire within one minute period

112 Combustion trouble

Faulty thermocouples, gas path hardware or uneven distribution of fuel to fuel nozzles

8 fuel pressure. Check for plugged nozzles. Check for proper operation of flame detection system. Check that flame detectors quartz windows are clean. Repair or replace if necessary. Check the wiring of thermocouples.

Flame detector trouble 113 Compressor inlet thermocouples disagree Exhaust thermocouple trouble Exhaust temperature high TTDX 1 to 24 > TTRX + 15°C Exhaust frame cooling air pressure low

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One of the detectors operating when no flame is present or flame detection before the firing sequence. Bad thermocouple signal. Thermocouple Δt > 52.8°C. Faulty thermocouple Exhaust gas temp is excessive. TTRX is temperature control reference.

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Check thermocouples and change if necessary Check all thermocouples. If they are normal, isolate portion of control system causing problem. Check temp control loop and fuel control system. Check motor operation. Inspect cooling air flow passages. Check pressure switches 63 TK-1, 2. Analyze data for trends. Perform bore-scope or combustion inspection. Check flow divider, fuel pressures. Check for plugged nozzles. Check temp control loop and fuel control system.

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Exhaust frame blower motor is nor operating. Air passage is blocked High exhaust Faulty thermocouples, temp spread trip gas path parts or TT-DX-1 to 24 uneven distribution of > TTXSPL. fuel to the nozzles. Two adjacent thermocouples Δt >69°C Exhaust overTemp control system temperature trip has not limited TT-DX-1 to 24 exhaust temp within =TTRX +22°C trip limits. OR > 615°C. Exhaust Excessive number of thermocouple thermocouples not open trip connected TT-DX-1 to 24 average exhaust temperature < 121 °C after 50% speed. Exhaust base Exhaust base plenum plenum cooling cooling air pressure is air trouble too low when the breaker is closed. Vibration Signal from vibration sensor disabled sensors is faulty High vibration High vibration at one

Check and reconnect thermocouples. Check the combustion in chambers.

Check motor 88 TK-1 or 88 TK-2. Check cooling air flow passages. Check proper operation of pressure switches 63 TK-1, 63 TK-2. Check sensors and wiring Monitor vibration readings.

9 alarm or more bearings > 12.5 mm/sec Vibration Vibration detector transducer fault impedance is not within normal bounds 130 or 3 or more gas turbine sensors are disabled or faulty. Vibration Vibration protection differential system problem 131 trouble Vibration-start inhibit High vibration trip or shut 133 down > 25 mm/sec 132 Turbine underspeed 136 Turbine incomplete sequence Determine cause of this trouble and repair. Check impedance of each vibration detector (open or short circuit). Check vibration protection system. Note: within the 3 or more sensors disabled or faulty, the start is inhibited. Check vibration protection system. Check level of each sensor and determine cause of differential. Check the logic. Check Vibration protection system problem. Check hydraulic ratchet is operating properly. Check for mechanical failures; observe vibration level on next start-up.

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Over-speed test mode selected Electrical overspeed trip 77 NH-1,2,3 140 >3300 rpm 139

Vibration protection system problem High vibration due to bowed rotor, mechanical imbalance, bearing failure, etc. Speed is too low at the Reduce the load that will be applied end of starting to the generator before re-closing sequence generator breaker. (Network problems). Check proper operation of 14 HS circuit logic. Failure of unit to Check equipment which is causing reach complete problem in the normal sequence: sequence starting means power, torque converter, fuel control, acceleration loop. Check if AUTO order had been executed. Master protective Check all the signals going making logic signal “L4” has up the L4 logic signal to determine not been set within 30 which caused the problem or seconds of start determine cause of lack of flame signal, has tripped the establishment. unit twice or if the unit is operating in remote, flame was not established after two tries at establishing flame. Over-speed trip being checked Speed control system Determine and repair before has not limited turbine restarting (mechanical, electrical or speed within the trip fuel or speed control trouble). limits or the turbine trips during the electrical over-speed test

10 Over-speed bolt trip 12 HA >3375 141 rpm ± 50 Off line 142 diagnostics running Loss of compressor discharge 143 pressure bias 96 CD-1 < 4.83 bar at full speed FSR gag not at maximum limit 144 Control panel 145 temp high Turbine compartment 146 temp high 26 BT-1 120°C Master protective startup lockout 147 Trip circuit has been tripped by mechanical over-speed action Check electrical over-speed system. Check proper operation and setting of over-speed bolt assembly. Repair before starting and reset manually the mechanical over-speed limit switch on the over-speed bolt. Do not start unit until diagnostics are complete. Check transmitter and associated connections for proper bias signal.

Off line diagnostic operation has been selected Bad signal from compressor discharge pressure transmitter.

Manual FSR control has not been reset to a position where it will not interfere with automatic FSR control Air conditioners are not maintaining proper temperature. Compartment temp excessive

Raise the manual FSR control to maximum.

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Within the turbine control panel the three microprocessor control sections R, S, and T are in disagreement for the proper condition of the Master Protective Logic “4X”. Microprocessor self checking program has uncovered a control panel problem. Communication amongst communicator and controllers R, S ,and T has failed or a HCMA card has failed Auto calibrate, memory changing or logic forcing mode of

Check the ACs. Clean their filters if dirty. Note: the control compartment doors must be closed. Check cooling air fan for proper operation. Check for hot air leaks. Check temp switch 26 BT-1. Note: an excessive turbine compartment temp can trip the fire protection. Determine which controller is in disagreement with the other two ones. Check which conditions are not correct to authorize the start-up?

Investigate problem. Check section running lights on auxiliary display. Check HCMA card status “OK” lights.

When done with the operation, deselect the operation.

11 operation has been selected A high temp is detected in the load gear compartment

Load compartment temperature 151 high 26 VG-2 316°C 26 VG-1 205°C Damper system alarm MCC undervoltage

Check the proper operation of fan motor 88 VG. Check the opening of load gear compartment dampers.

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Check the breaker and its fuses. Note: with this alarm, no permissive 155 to close the generator breaker 52 G or opening when this alarm occurs. Auxiliary motor One of the auxiliary Check auxiliary motors to determine overload motors is overload which motor is overloaded and the cause of overloading. On the defective motor, check the overload relay, the fuses (or the CB), the 156 motor with the cables. Check set point of the overload relay. Check fuses FU 1, 2 on the motor overload circuit. DC motor DC power not Check power to dc lube pump under-voltage supplied to emergency (MCC breaker on). Check the fuses dc Lube Oil Pump and the relay 27 QE. Note: gas 158 turbine should not be operated unless dc power is available to emergency dc Lube Oil Pump. Battery charger Battery charger AC Check its AC breaker and voltage under-voltage magnitude. 160 AC undervoltage Battery DC Battery system Check battery charger for proper under-voltage voltage is low. Battery operation, correct excessive drain o charger is not battery. Check for bad cells. Check functioning properly, battery charger fuses. Note: gas 161 excessive drain on the turbine should not be operated batteries, or bad cells unless dc power is available to the in battery. emergency dc Lube Oil Pump. Insulation failure has Immediate action should be taken to 162 Battery 125 V dc ground resulted in a ground locate ground and to repair, because on the 125 Vdc system if a second ground occurs, this can result in severe damage to the wiring and the battery. As soon as possible, shut down the unit and check the 125Vdc power. Isolate the ground and remove system. Check

Indicates that BYD closed and BID opened. Mismatch or fault on BYD or BID. MCC panel is not supplied

12 dc motors and all circuits supplied with dc voltage. Caution: during this search, the generator breaker and electrical engine breaker must be opened for safety. Check if there is really a fire? If it is, check if the fire protection is actuated and the doors and dampers are closed. If no fire, determine the real cause; fire detector or overtemperature. Note: the unit should not be operated until the problem has been corrected and the fire protection has been re-established in its normal condition. Check if there is really a fire? If it is, check if the fire protection is actuated and the doors and dampers are closed. If no fire, determine the real cause; fire detector or overtemperature. Note: the unit should not be operated until the problem has been corrected and the fire protection has been re-established in its normal condition. Correct abnormality that caused operator to push the emergency stop pushbutton. Check if there is really a fire? If it is, check if the fire protection is actuated and the doors and dampers are closed. If no fire, determine the real cause; fire detector or overtemperature. Note: the unit should not be operated until the problem has been corrected and the fire protection has been re-established in its normal condition. Determine which of the customer trip devices caused the trip and correct. Determine which of the customer equipment inhibit the start. Check bus PT fuses and wiring. Do not use auto synchronizing or manual synchronizing until problem

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A fire is detected in the load tunnel area.

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Fire (Turbine, Fire is detected in Accessory turbine, accessory, or compartment load coupling area. Alarm 120°C CO2 release at 165 315°C

Manual trip Emergency stop 166 5EI-PB in LCR pushbutton has been pressed Fire Fire is detected in (Generator) generator area. 45 FG-1,2 167

Customer equipment trip 168 (If used) Customer equipment start 169 inhibit ( If used) 170 Bus undervoltage-no auto synch

Customer trips input to the L4CT logic have caused an automatic trip of the unit Customer equipment inhibits the starting procedure Bus synchronizing potential not available

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Auto synchronizing self checking system has detected a synch equipment abnormality. Failure to Unit did not synchronize synchronize and close generator breaker within the normal expected time. Generator stator Generator stator temperature temperature is high excessive caused by 49 G1,2,3 lack of cooling or Alarm 130°C overload Tripping 140°C Tripping of generator and normal shut down of GT. Generator Electrical trouble with differential trip emergency shutdown. Relay 86 E indicates a generator differential Generator Generator breaker has breaker tripped been tripped by an automatic protective device or manually

Investigate synchronizing system to determine exact cause of problem. Check the stability of the turbine speed control. The generator should not be operated when the stator temp is excessive. Check cooling system, reduce overload on generator. Check proper operation of temp detector system and its alarm set point. Check the thermocouple circuit and the ac power of this equipment. The unit should not be operated until the cause of the problem has been determined and corrected. Determine device that tripped the breaker. The problem should be corrected before re-coupling. Note: for a new coupling, one must give a new start order for proper operation of synchronizing sequence. Determine the electrical trouble with the matrix in the protection panel and in generator control panel (ATG-02). Check the power supply breaker. For checks seethe indicating lights in front of ATG 02 panel for these alarms. Check the equipment causing the trouble. For the search, look at the indicating lights LED on the matrix (protection panel) and main transformer schematic diagrams. Note: the trouble must be reset on the matrix with the reset pushbutton. Check the equipment causing the trouble. Determine and repair.

Generator electrical fault 176

Electrical troubles on generator control or/and o protection panel.

Transformer fault 177

Trouble on the transformer. Appears after tripping / isolating of GT.

178 Fault from 220 KV switchyard

There is a fault on 220KV switchyard.

14 Appears after tripping / isolating of GT. Turbine panel communication between the ® control microprocessor and the communication microprocessor has failed Turbine panel communication between the (S) control microprocessor and the communication microprocessor has failed Turbine panel communication between the (T) control microprocessor and the communication microprocessor has failed Fire detector problem

® communicator link inoperative 224

Check the power supply. Replace faulty component.

(S) communication link inoperative 225

Check the power supply. Replace faulty component.

(T) communication link inoperative 226

Check the power supply. Replace faulty component.

Fire detector system trouble 229

Water wash inhibit- wheel230 space temp high >149°C Diagnostic alarm. See 232 display

Primary EEPROM 234 changed, not backed up Bearing drain 241 temp high 100°C Excessive differential 243 Wheel-space temp between wheel-space

The washing procedure is inhibited because wheel-space temp is too high The microprocessor self checking program has uncovered a control problem Operator has changed a EEPROM, but this EEPROM is not backed up Bearing or lube oil problem

Check the fire detectors and the electrical circuit. This trouble must be corrected as soon as possible. Note: before this search, the fire protection must be inhibited. Don’t forget to put again in service as soon as the maintenance is finished. Check temp and wait for an adequate wheel-space temp. Call up diagnostic display.

Restore normal conditions.

Check bearings and lube oil system. Check thermocouples and lube oil cooling system. Check thermocouples for shorts, grounds or opens. Replace failures.

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1st stage fwd (inner) 427°C 1st stage fwd (outer) 482°C 1st stage aft 510°C 2nd stage fwd 510°C 2nd stage aft 510°C 3rd stage fwd 454°C 3rd stage (aft) 427°C Note: +39°C for 1st 1 hour.

Ir conditions persist, investigate for seal failure. Check thermocouples, investigate for seal failure.

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® high pressure 250 set magnetic pickup fault (S) high pressure set 251 magnetic pickup fault (T) high pressure set 252 magnetic pickup fault Gas fuel nozzle purge valve improperly close

A speed magnetic pickup is faulty A speed magnetic pickup is faulty A speed magnetic pickup is faulty

Check the magnetic pickup and its signal. Check logic circuit. Check the magnetic pickup and its signal. Check logic circuit. Check the magnetic pickup and its signal. Check logic circuit. Changeover to HSD and reset the indication.

Remote alarms
On the remote desk, there are many alarms that regroup the main alarms on the alarm display of the turbine control panel. These alarm indicating lights are: • GT control system failure • Starting sequences failure • Auxiliary system failure • MCC trouble • Fuel trouble • Lube oil or turning gear trouble • Turbine shaft trouble or trip • Flame detecting trouble or trip • Exhaust temperature trouble or trip When an alarm appears on the remoter control desk, one must go in the turbine control compartment for looking the veritable alarm message on the CRT.