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TM 5-4210-220-12 Table 4-2 UNIT TROUBLESHOOTING - Continued MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION 8d EXCESSIVE OIL IN PURGE WHEN COMPRESSOR UNLOADS OR OIL IN AIR RESERVOIR Step 1 Check engine air cleaner gage in cab Replace air cleaner, (see para. 4-23) Step 2 Check hose between engine and compressor for kinks or other obstruction Replace hose, (see para. 4-9) Step 3 Check oil return line from compressor to engine Replace hose if kinked or obstructed, (see para. 4-28). Step 4 Check operation of compressor Overhaul compressor, (see para. 4-28) 8e RESERVOIR PRESSURE FALLS MORE THAN 2 PSI/MIN (14 kPa/MIN) WHEN ENGINE STOPPED Step 1 Check reservoir draincocks Close/repair draincocks Step 2 Check all valves for leaks Replace valves, (see para. 4-22) Step 3 Check all pressure switches on brake pedal plate for leaks Replace switches, (see para. 4-22) Step 4 Check purge valve on bottom of air drier If leaking, replace purge assembly, (see para. 4-22) Step 5 Listen for loss of air on all air lines and fittings.  Check with bubble test. Replace/remake connections or replace hose, (see para. 4-9) 8f SERVICE BRAKES WILL NOT HOLD PRESSURE Step 1 Check chambers for leakage Replace as required, (see para. 4-30 or 4-32) 4-38

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