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Figure 4-11.  Hose Removal
TM 10-4210-235-13 4-17. FIRE HOSE REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR This task covers: a. Removal b. Disassembly c. Repair d. Assembly e. Installation INITIAL SETUP: Tools General Safety Instructions General Mechanics Tool Kit, Appendix B, Section III, item 1 WARNING Multimeter, Appendix B, Section III, item 2 Servicing the equipment with the system pressurized can result In serious personal injury Vise, Appendix B, Section III, item 2 Discharging nitrogen in an enclosed, unventilated space Hacksaw, Appendix B, Section HI, item 2 can cause suffocation. Hose Fitting Installation Tool, Appendix B, Section III, Operating without the internal grounding wire In Item 4 contact with the hose fittings can result in severe static shock Materials/Parts Equipment Condition: Antisieze Tape, Appendix E, Section II, item 4 Remove hose fitting installation tool per paragraph Silicone Grease, Appendix E, Section II, item 10 4-13. Gasket, Appendix H, item 18 Close cylinder valves and relieve system pressure per paragraph 4-11 steps (1) and (2) NOTE Disassemble equipment only to extent necessary for repair a. Removal (See Figure 4-11.) WARNING Servicing the equipment with the system pressurized can result In serious personal injury Discharging nitrogen in an enclosed, unventilated space can cause suffocation. (1) Disconnect fire hose (1) from nozzles (2). (2) Release rewind brake assembly. (3) Pull fire hose (1) fully from hose reel. (4) Tag and disconnect fire hose (1) fittings from hose reel distributor (3) connections 4-31

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