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TM 10-4210-235-13 Section VI.  MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 4-10.  GENERAL. The procedures in this section have been arranged in the order in which the items appear in the Unit (0) maintenance level  column  on  the  Maintenance  Allocation  Chart  (MAC)  which  is  provided  in  Appendix  B.    Step-by-step  procedures have been provided for all actions authorized to be performed by unit maintenance in the order in which they appear on the  MAC.    Actions  authorized  to  be  performed  by  direct  support  maintenance  have  been  duly  noted  step-by-step procedures for these actions may be found in chapter 5. 4-11.  CYLINDER ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT. This task covers:     a.  Removal         b  Installation INITIAL SETUP Tools General Safety Instructions General Mechanics Tool Kit, Appendix B, Section III, WARNING Materials/Parts   The pressure in a nitrogen cylinder can exceed 2000 psi (13800 kPa) which could cause serious personal Lock Washers (2), Appendix I, item 3 injury.  System pressure must be relieved before servicing the equipment. Strip Ties (3), Appendix I, Item 29   Nitrogen is an inert gas that can cause suffocation and Personnel Required must be discharged In a well ventilated area to avoid personal injury. Two   To avoid injury to personnel, two people are required to lift cylinder. ·  Be sure trailer is reasonably level and secure to prevent personal injury. a. Removal Replace either nitrogen cylinder when pressure indicated is below 1750 psi.  (12075 kPa) WARNING · The  pressure  in  a  nitrogen  cylinder  can  exceed  2000  psi  (13800  kPa)  which  could  cause serious   personal   injury.      System   pressure   must   be   relieved   before   servicing   the equipment. · Nitrogen  is  an  inert  gas  that  can  cause  suffocation  and  must  be  discharged  in  a  well ventilated area to avoid personal injury. · To avoid injury to personnel, two people are required to lift cylinder. · Be sure trailer is reasonably level and secure to prevent personal injury. 4-14

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