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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-19.  WINTERIZATION SYSTEM-Continued 4-19.5 Winterization Heater-Continued e. Over Heat Fuse Repair NOTE This   can   be   replaced   without   removing   unit   from truck. (1) Remove knurled nut (3) and protection cap (1) to gain access to over heat fuse (2). (2) Tag  and  disconnect  electrical  connections to overheat fuse. (3) Clamp inlet and outlet coolant hoses to stop coolant flow. (4) Remove drain plug (5) and catch coolant in drain pan. (5) Remove overheat fuse (2) and discard. (6) Install new overheat fuse, reconnect electrical  connections  as  tagged.    Replace protection cap (1). (7) Remove installed clamps on coolant hoses. (8) Start    APU    and    circulate    water    through winterization system topping up radiator as required. f. Overheat Thermostat Repair NOTE This can be replaced without removing unit from truck. (1) Remove knurled nut (3) and protection cap (1) to gain access to overheat thermostat (2). (2) Tag and disconnect electrical connections. (3) Remove overheat thermostat (2) and discard.  Thermostat is not repairable. (4) Install new overheat thermostat. (5) Reconnect electrical connections.  Be sure they are connected the same as the original unit. (6) Replace protection cap (1) and tighten knurled nut (3). 4-304

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