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TM 10-4210-235-13 Figure 2-21.  Refill Dry Chemical Tank (c) Top off or refill the dry chemical tank (2) as needed with dry chemical (3) per table 2-4.  Use dry chemical funnel (4) to add dry chemical and gage rod assembly (5) to check level. Table 2-4.  Dry Chemical Tank Refill Table Distance from top of fill collar to surface of dry chemical. Amount of dry chemical to add. Fresh Settled (Packed) Inches (Centimeters) Inches (Centimeters) Pounds (Kilograms) 45(11.4) 85(21.6) None 8 5 (21.6) 11 5 (29 2) 50 (23) 11 5 (29.2) 14 (36) 100 (45) 14.5 (36.8) 17 (43) 150 (68) 18 (46) 20 (51) 200 (91) 21 5 (54.6) 23 (58) 250 (113) 24 5 (62.2) 25 5 (64.8) 300 (136) 28 (71) 28 5 (72.4) 350 (159) 31 (79) 315 (80.0) 400 (181) 36 (91) 36 (91) 450 (204) (d) Replace cap (1) and tighten hand tight only 2-47

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