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Figure    3-28.        Siren    foot    switch,    removal    and installation. 3-72.  Microswitch Refer to figure 3-32, and remove and replace defective microswitch from the primer valve. 3-73.  Rear Spot light a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-33, and remove the rear ILO spotlight from the ladder support. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  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 3-33, and install the rear ILO spotlight on the fire truck body. 3-74.  Tail lights a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-34, and remove the tail lights from the fire truck panel. b. Cleaning, inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  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 3-34, and install the tail lights on the fire truck panel. 3-75.  Battery Charging Receptacles a. Removal.  Refer to figure 3-34, and remove the battery charging receptacles from the rear apron. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean     all     parts     with     a     clean     cloth dampened  in  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 3-34, and install the battery charging receptacles on the rear apron. 3-76.  Battery and Battery Cables a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-14A  and  remove and replace defective cables and batteries. 3-40

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