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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-19.  WINTERIZATION SYSTEM - Continued g. Heater Control Thermostat Repair NOTE This can be replaced without removing unit from truck. (1) Remove   knurled   nut   (3)   and   protection cover (1) to gain access to thermostat (2). (2) Tag and disconnect electrical connections. (3) Remove    heater    control    thermostat    (2) and discard.  Thermostat is not repairable. (4) Install new control thermostat. (5) Reconnect  electrical  connections.    Be  sure they are connected the same as the original unit. (6) Replace protection cap (1) and secure with knurled nut (3). h. Fuel Nozzle Assembly Repair. NOTE This can be replaced without removing complete unit from truck. (1) Disconnect fuel lines (6). (2) Disconnect wiring harness (7). (3) Loosen   nuts   (1)   and   swing   eyebolts   (5) clear. (4) Support burner assembly remove cotter pin (3).        Place    burner    assembly    on    clean workbench area. (5) Remove circlip (10) and loosen fuel nozzle (9) with a wrench. (6) Remove nozzle. CAUTION Do not clean the nozzle bore hole or the tip with solid objects or wire. Do not use compressed air, use clean flowing fuel to clean nozzle and strainer. The nozzle should not be cleaned and re-used except in an emergency.  It should be replaced. 4-305

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