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Figure 3-4.  Radio interferences suppression components
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the  same  size  and  have  the  same  rating  as  the  parts being  replaced.    It  is  essential  that  a  good  metal-to- metal   contact   is   achieved   to   maintain   proper   radio interference suppression.  To correct faulty suppression, substitute   new   interference   suppression   components until  faulty  components  are  discovered.    Remove  the capacitors and ground straps in the numerical sequence as illustrated on figure 3-.4. 3-24.  Testing of Radio Interference Suppression Components Test the capacitors for leaks and shorts on a capacitor tester: replace defective capacitors.  If test equipment is not  available  and  interference  is  indicated,  isolate  the cause  of  interference  by  the  trial  and  error  method  of replacing   each   capacitor   in   turn   until   the   cause   of interference is located and eliminated. Section Vll.  RETAINERS, STEPS, GUARDS, HOSE BED ASSEMBLIES, AND LADDER SUPPORT ASSEMBLIES 3-25.  General The hose retainer, mounted on the right rear of the fire truck provides a means of locking the hoses, inside the hose  compartment.    A  retainer  and  bracket  provides  a means  for  mounting  two  foam  applicator  tubes.    Two shovel  brackets  are  located  on  the  left  rear  of  the  fire truck.  The ladder brackets are mounted on the top front of  the  left  side  compartments.    Two  fire  extinguisher brackets are mounted on the rear step.  Folding Steps are mounted at the front of the hose reel compartments and at the rear of the fire truck.  A hand rail is mounted on   the   rear   of   the   fire   truck   and   splash   guards   are mounted   on   each   side   of   the   fire   truck   below   the instrument panels.  The hose bed partition is located on top  of  the  fire  truck  water  tank  and  divides  the  hose compartment into two parts.  The hose bed assemblies, which are constructed of wooden slats, lay on top of the water  tank.    The  three  ladder  support  assemblies  are attached to the sides and extend above the right and left compartment assemblies. 3-26.  Hose Bed Assemblies a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-5  and  remove  the hose bed assemblies. b. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair. (1) Clean  all  parts  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  3-5  and  install  the hose bed assemblies on the water tank. 3-27.  Hose Bed Partition a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-5  and  remove  the hose bed partitions from the water tank. 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  3-5  and  install  the hose bed partition on the eater tank. 3-28.  Handrails and Brackets a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-5  and  remove  the handrails and brackets from the special purpose body. 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  3-5  and  install  the handrails and brackets on the special purpose body. 3-29.  Fire Extinguisher Bracket a. Removal.    Refer  to  figure  3-5  and  remove  the fire extinguisher bracket from the rear step. 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. 3-12

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