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(3) Replace or repair damaged or defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.  Refer to figure 3-7, and install the splash guards on the truck chassis. Section VIII.  COMPARTMENT ACCESSORY DOOR, BATTERY BOX, AND OIL PAN HEATER ADAPTER 3-37.  General The compartment accessories are brackets and mounting    devices    used    to    secure    the    fire    fighting equipment  and  accessories  such  as  first  aid  kits,  hose nozzles,  axes,  and  fire  extinguishers  in  the  designed compartments  along  the  right  and  left  side  of  the  fire truck.    Each  compartment  is  provided  with  a  hinged door.  The battery box is located on the right front cab step,  and  houses  two  12  volt  batteries.    The  oil  pan heater adapter is mounted under the oil pan. 3-38.    Axe,  Bars,  Cutter,  Compartment  Accessories Brackets a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-8  and  remove  the axe,     bars,     cutters,     and     compartment     accessories brackets from the compartment. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent, and dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.    Refer  to  figure  3-  and  -install  the axe,   bars,   and   cutter   accessories   brackets   on   the compartment. 3-39.  Extinguisher Compartment Accessories a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-9  and  remove  the extinguisher compartment accessories from the compartment. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent, and dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.    Refer  to  figure  3-9  and  install  the extinguisher compartment accessories on the compartment. 3-40.    First  Aid  Bracket,  Hand  lantern'  Bracket,  and Fining Compartment a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3 10 and remove the first aid bracket, hand lantern bracket, and fittings from the compartment. b. Clearing, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent, and dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.  Refer to figure 3-lO and install the first aid bracket, and fittings on the compartment. 3-41.      Pump   and   Hose   Reel   Compartment   Door Assemblies a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-11 and remove the doors from the compartments as necessary. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent, and dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace  or  repair  damaged  or  defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.  Refer to figure 3-11 and install the pump  and  hose  reel  compartment  door  assemblies  on the compartments as necessary. 3-42.  Oil Pan Heater Adapter a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-12 and remove the oil pan heater adapter from the engine oil pan. b. Cleaning and Inspection. (1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning solvent, and dry thoroughly. (2) Inspect all parts for damaged or defective condition. (3) Replace defective parts as necessary. c. Installation.  Refer to figure 3-12 and install the oil pan heater adapter on the engine oil pan. 3-14

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