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Figure 2-19.  Return Auxiliary Hose Reel Cart to Ready Condition
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Figure 2-21.  Refill Dry Chemical Tank
TM 10-4210-235-13 2-10.  OPERATING PROCEDURES.  - continued Figure 2-20.  Return Fire Hose Nozzle to Operational Ready Condition (14) Secure crank (8) (fig.  2-19) to auxiliary mobile hose reel cart or trailer mounted extinguisher assembly with wing nut (6) and flat washer (7). (15) Notify unit maintenance for unit recharge. (16) Refill dry chemical tank. WARNING Cap must not be removed until tank pressure has been relieved.  Severe injury can result if cap is removed while tank is pressurized. CAUTION When refilling dry chemical tank be sure NO water is introduced into the tank.  Ensure that the dry   chemical   funnel   and   gage   rod   are   completely   dry   prior   to   using   them   with   the   dry chemical Moisture will cause the chemical to cake causing the system to fail. (a) Remove the cap (1) (fig.  2-21) from the dry chemical tank (2) Stir the dry chemical to break up any lumps and loosen if it has packed. (b) Check the dry chemical for hard lumps that would prevent the system from operating.  If lumps are found, remove one and drop it from a height of four inches (10 centimeters) onto a hard surface.  If the lump completely breaks apart, the dry chemical is only packed from settling and is in satisfactory condition.  If the lump does not break apart completely, caking is present and the dry chemical must be replaced. 2-46

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