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TM 5-4210-220-12 Section II.  SERVICE UPON RECEIPT 4-4.  INTRODUCTION. This paragraph provides instructions for preparing a new, reconditioned, or recently transported truck for operation. CAUTION Due to the critical nature of the service for which this vehicle is intended, no vehicle should be placed in service if there is any doubt or evidence of improper function of any of the components or systems. a.  Pump Body, Hose Body (1) Inspect body for shipping damage; minor damage (e.g. scratches, small dents) should not effect truck function.    Major  damage  should  be  repaired  prior  to  use  and  all  items  adjacent  to  the  damage  should  be  thoroughly checked for correct operation. (2) Check all doors, latches, and hinges operate correctly, replace any which are defective. (3) Check all glass screens and windows for cracks and proper seating within weather stripping, replace or repair as required. (4) Check all lamps and beacons for dirty or broken lenses.  Clean or replace as required. (5) Check seats and belts are properly installed and are adjustable.  Replace seats if fabric is damaged or seat is not adjustable.  Replace seat belt if belt fabric is damaged (cuts or abrasions greater than 1/4 in long) (6 mm), or belt is not adjustable, or fastener is broken. b.  Cab (1) Inspect cab body for shipping damage as per a (1) preceding. (2) Check all doors, latches, and hinges operate correctly, replace any which are defective. (3) Check all glass screens and windows for cracks and proper seating within weather stripping, replace or repair as required. (4) Check all lamps and beacons for dirty or broken lenses.  Clean or replace as required. (5) Check seats and belts are properly installed and are adjustable.  Replace seats if fabric is damaged or seat is not adjustable.  Replace seat belt if belt fabric is damaged (cuts or abrasions greater than 1/4 in. (6 mm) long), or belt is not adjustable, or fastener is broken. (6) Check level of solvent in windshield washer reservoirs.  Refill as required. (7) Check that all switches and controls are set to OFF or in NEUTRAL, see Chapter 2. 4-2

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