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Table 2-1.  Operator Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services for Recovery / Recharger Unit (Continued) - TM-5-4210-218-13P_28
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TM 5-4210-218-13&P SECTION III.  OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS. 2-4 GENERAL. The instructions in this section are for personnel who operate the Recovery / Recharger Unit.  These instructions describe how  the  Recovery  /  Recharger  Unit  is  prepared  for  use,  operated,  and  prepared  for  movement.    Normal  operation conditions are defined as ambient temperatures between + 20°F and +10°F (-7°C and +38°C). 2-5 ASSEMBLY AND PREPARATION FOR USE. Service upon receipt functions, including unloading, unpacking, inspection, and installation of the Recovery / Recharger Unit, are to be accomplished by unit level maintenance personnel.  Refer to unit  maintenance  instructions  contained  in Chapter 4, Section II of this manual. 2-6 INITIAL ADJUSTMENTS AND DAILY CHECKS. 2-6.1  Cover.    Loosen  two  adjustable  straps  and  remove  cover  from  equipment.    Store  cover  in  a  dry  location.    Store adjustable straps in the tool box. 2-6.2 Before PMCS.  Before operating the Recovery / Recharger Unit, perform your before PMCS specified in table 2-1. Always keep in mind the WARNINGS located on the inside front cover. NOTE A ball valve is open when the valve handle is aligned parallel with the valve body. Turn the handle 900 in either direction to close the valve. 2-6.3 Installation of Nitrogen and Halon Supply Cylinders. WARNING Always wear safety glasses or goggles around compressed gas. NOTE The Recovery / Recharger Unit requires the following cylinders for operation. NSN Description Quantity 6830-00-292-0732 Nitrogen cylinder 1 6830-00-543-6623 Halon cylinder 1 8120-01-371-0533 Compressed Gas Cylinder varies (for recovery only Halon 1301) a.    To   pull   cable   from   the   winch   for   connection   to   the   cylinder,   simultaneously   pull   on   cable   (gloves   are recommended) and slowly turn winch handle counterclockwise. 2-12

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