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Figure 4-4.  Ball Valves
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NAME PLATES REPLACEMENT
TM 10-4210-235-13 WARNING Trailer  must  be  reasonably  level  and  secure  to  prevent  personal  injury  from  loose  cylinder sliding off unit (5) Remove nut (6), lock washer (7), flat washer (8), screw (9), and stop plate (10) Discard lock washer WARNING Two people are required to lift cylinder to avoid injury to personnel. (6) Carefully remove cylinder (5). b.  Installation (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). (2) Carefully install full cylinder (5) (fig.  4-5) with gage facing up. (3) Slide stop plate (10) onto cylinder (5).  Install screw (9), flat washer (8), new lock washer (7), and nut (6) (4) Remove shipping cap (4) and store for re-use. (5) Remove shipping plug (3), if installed, and store with shipping cap (4) for re-use. (6) Install hose assembly (2) onto cylinder (5) valve and tighten securely. (7) Check that two strip ties (11) are installed on cylinder (5) valve.  If not, install them. (8) Check gage for pressure in cylinder (5).  Pressure must not be below 1750 psi.  (12075 kPa) for normal operation or below that listed in table 4-2 for current temperature. Table 4-2.  Cold Weather Range -40    = 1575 psi (10868 kPa) -20    = 1650 psi (11385 kPa) 0    = 1725 psi (11903 kPa) 10    = 1750 psi (12075 kPa) 4-17

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