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REPAIR - TM-5-4210-220-12_364
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-18 PUMP, PIPING, AND VALVES - Continued INSTALLATION (1) If required, install the pipe fittings removed during REMOVAL on the new valve.  Coat all threads with pipe sealant (item 22, Appendix E) prior to installation. (2) Clean all flanges and inspect flanges for corrosion, nicks, scratches.  Replace tank valve or piping as necessary. (3) Apply gasket eliminator (item 14, Appendix E) to the tank  to  suction  pipe  flange  (6)  and  the  tank  outlet pipe flange (5). (4) Separate the two flanges (5 and 6) to allow the tank valve  assembly  (7)  to  be  installed  without  disturbing the gasket eliminator. (5) Insert  the  tank  valve  assembly  (7)  between  the  two flanges  (5  and  6)  Make  sure  the  flow  arrow  on  the body points away from the tank. (6) Apply  threadlock  liquid  (item  29,  Appendix  E)  to  all four capscrews (4). (7) Install  the  capscrews  (4)  and  new  locknuts  (3)  and tighten to 150 ft lb (203 Nm). (8) Install the wiring to the microswitch (2). (9) Install   the   microswitch   wiring   support   clamp   (10) using the micro switch mounting bracket screw (8). (10) Install  and  tighten  the  air  lines  (1)  into  their  proper location on shuttle valves (9) as shown. (11) Wipe off excess gasket eliminator from pipe flanges (5 and 6). (12) Allow gasket eliminator to cure for at least one hour prior to testing for leaks. (13) Replace heat shields (see para. 4-11.3). (14) Be  sure  valve  operates.    Operate  from  cab  (MODE switch  set  to  CFR)  and  from  structural  control  panel (MODE   switch   set   to   STRUCT).      Tighten/remake connections as required. (15) Be  sure  cab  lamp  illuminates  when  valve  is  open. Adjust microswitch as required. 4-229

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