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SECTION III.  OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS.
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Figure 2-5.  Nitrogen Pressure Regulator Installation.
TM 5-4210-218-13&P Figure 2-3.  Winch Cable b. Securely hook the spring hook to the O-rings on the lifting harness.  Use item 7, Appendix D, to lift Halon cylinder and item 8, Appendix D, to lift nitrogen cylinder. Figure 2-4.  Lifting Halon or Nitrogen Cylinder WARNING ì    The  winch  is  not  designed  to  lift  humans  and  should  not  be  operated  when there are persons positioned on the load being moved. ì    Do  not  lift  loads  in  excess  of  600  lb.    (272  Kg).    Equipment  failure  and  serious injury to personnel may result. ì    Do  not  guide  the  cable  with  your  hands  when  operating  the  winch.    Serious injury may result. 2-13

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