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TM 5-4210-218-13&P Table 3-1.  Operator Troubleshooting Procedures MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 1.  SYSTEM FAILS TO MAINTAIN PRESSURE Step 1.  Verify that all valves are in the closed or OFF position. Close all valves. Step 2.  Apply leak detection fluid (item 9, Appendix F) to all piping connections; watch for bubbles. Tighten or replace any leaking components. Step 3.  Notify supervisor. 2.  LOW PRESSURE (Less than 1000 psi or 6895 kPa) INDICATION ON NITROGEN INLET PRESSURE GAGE Step 1.  Verify that nitrogen cylinder valve is fully open. Open nitrogen cylinder valve. Step 2.  Nitrogen supply depleted or low. Replace nitrogen cylinder. Step 3.  Notify supervisor. 3.  SLOW HALON CHARGE RATE (Extinguisher Fill Time Exceeds 15 Minutes) Step 1.  Verify that Halon cylinder valve is fully open. Open Halon cylinder valve. Step 2.  Verify that air pressure regulator is set for 140 psi. Adjust air pressure regulator to correct pressure. Step 3.  Notify supervisor. Section III.  MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES 3-3  INTRODUCTION. This section contains operator maintenance procedures.  Operator maintenance is limited to cleaning exterior surfaces of the Recovery / Recharger Unit. 3-2

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