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Section VI.  MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
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Figure 4-4.  Ball Valves
TM 10-4210-235-13 NOTE Procedures are the same for either the dry chemical or AFFF system. (1) Close cylinder valve if open (a) Turn cylinder valve hand wheel (1) (fig.  4-3) fully counterclockwise (open). (b) Close (lower) quick release lever (2) and rotate cross shaft (3) until flat is horizontal (c) Turn hand wheel (1) fully clockwise (closed).                    Figure 4-3.  Cylinder Valves (2) Relieve system pressure  (a) Remove strip tie (1) (fig.  4-4). (b) Pull retaining clip (2). (c) Open ball valve (3). (d) Squeeze fire hose nozzle valve lever (1) (fig 4-5) to relieve system pressure. (e) Close ball valve (3) (fig 4-4) (f) Install retaining clip (2) over ball valve (3) handle. (g) Install new strip tie (1). 4-15

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