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Figure 2-17.  Fire Hose Nozzles
TM 10-4210-235-13 CAUTION Hose  assembly  clean-out  must  take  place  Immediately  after  tank  has  been  completely  or partially discharged. (1) Completely  unwind  hose  assembly  from  drum.    If  auxiliary  mobile  hose  reel  cart  was  used,  both  hose assemblies must be unwound. (2) Close dry chemical and AFFF tank ball valve rods (1) (fig.  2-15). (3) Break strip ties (1) (fig.  2-16).  Remove retaining clips (2) and close charge ball valves (3) (4) Break strip ties (4).  Remove retaining clips (5) and open both purge ball valves (6) Figure 2-16.  Ball Valve Settings for Clearing Hoses 2-43

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