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CHAPTER 4 UNIT MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-10-4210-235-13_76
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Figure 4-1.  Cylinder Hose Connection
TM 10-4210-235-13 4-2.  UNLOADING - continued Five liquid foam containers (five gallons (19 liters) each) and 36 dry chemical containers (50 pounds (23 kilograms) each)  Six nitrogen cylinders (300 cubic feet (85 cubic meters) each). WARNING Be sure lifting device is capable of lifting the specified weight or personal injury could result. CAUTION If hoisting the auxiliary mobile hose reel cart, use sufficiently long slings and spreader bars or equipment damage can result. (2)    Remove  tiedowns  and  braces  or  supports  used  to  secure  equipment  in  ISO  container.    Remove  all equipment from container. (3)    The trailer mounted extinguisher assembly weighs approximately 3454 pounds (1567 kilograms) and has a lifting  bar  attached  to  allow  for  hoisting.    The  auxiliary  mobile  hose  reel  cart  weighs  approximately  455  pounds  (206 kilograms) and can be hoisted using slings and spreader bars. 4-3.  UNPACKING. Remove pin and fire hose nozzle assemblies from post and release rewind brake assembly and completely unwind the hose assembly from the both the trailer and cart mounted hose reels.  Remove the protective plastic covering from each hose assembly.  Using crank, rewind hose assembly onto hose reel and tighten rewind brake assembly just enough to prevent hose from unwinding under its own weight but not too tight preventing the hose assembly from being pulled off reel.  Secure fire hose nozzle assemblies to post with pin. 4-4.  PROCESSING. a. Inspect  the  equipment  for  damage  incurred  during  shipment.    If  the  equipment  has  been  damaged,  report  the damage on SF 364, Report of Discrepancy. b. Check  the  equipment  against  the  packing  slip  to  see  if  shipment  is  complete.    Report  all  discrepancies  in accordance with instructions of DA Pam 738-751 as applicable. c. Issue protective clothing to appropriate operating personnel. d. Perform both unit and operator "Before" PMCS. 4-2

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