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TM 5-4210-220-12 4-19.  WINTERIZATION SYSTEM - Continued k. Fuel Solenoid Valve Repair NOTE This can be replaced without removing complete unit from truck. (1) Remove flame detector (11) as described in d. Preceding. (2) Unplug  connector  (16)  from  solenoid  valve (13). (3) Using a 12-Vdc test lead, dab the terminals of  the  solenoid  valve.    If  the  valve  clicks, the coils is working but the poppet valve is leaking.    Replace  poppet  valve  assembly as in step 4 following.  If the solenoid does not click, replace whole solenoid valve as in step 5 following. (4) Unscrew  solenoid  valve  (13)  from  nozzle holder   assembly   (15).      Slide   out   poppet valve and spring (14) and replace new parts in coil.  Go to step 6. (5) Unscrew  solenoid  valve  (13)  from  nozzle holder   assembly   (15).      Discard   solenoid valve and replace. (6) Screw  solenoid  valve  carefully  into  nozzle holder assembly (15). (7) Test as in step 3 preceding. (8) Plug   connector   (16)   into   solenoid   valve (13). (9) Attach flame detector (11) to disc (12) using screw (8). (10) Place disc over fuel nozzle (9) and replace circlip (10). (11) Plug  detector  wires  into  electronic  control unit. (12) Reinstall burner assembly onto heater base in the truck.  Replace cotter pin (3). (13) Swing   burner   assembly   onto   heater   and swing   eyebolts   (5)   onto   holder.      Tighten nuts (1). (14) Reconnect wiring harness to heater. (15) Reconnect fuel lines to heater. 4-307

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