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REPAIR - TM-5-4210-220-34_146
TM 5-4210-220-34 2-15. WATER TANK ASSEMBLY - Continued 2-15.3 Tank Rear Fill Valve. This task covers: a. Replacement b. Repair TOOLS All Air Tanks Drained Tool Kit, -General Mechanic, Automotive, (see TM 5-4210-220-12) NSN 5180-00-177-7033 Water Tank Drained (see TM 5-4210-220-12) EQUIPMENT CONDITION Main Engine Shutdown MATERIALS/PARTS (see TM 5-4210-220-12) 14, Appendix B Gasket Eliminator APU Shutdown (see TM 5-4210-220-12) 22, Appendix B Pipe Sealant Batteries Disconnected FIG 113-2.5 Automatic Tank Fill Valve (see TM 5-4210-220-12) 310591 Locknut, 5/8-11 PERSONNEL REQUIRED - 2 REPLACEMENT (1)     From  the  rear  of  the  truck  remove  cap  (1), swivel adaptor (2), and nipple (3). (2)     From   inside   the   tank,   disconnect   air   line fitting (4). (3)     While  supporting  valve  (6)  from  the  inside and  the  flange  (7)  and  capscrews  (8)  from the outside, remove nuts (5). NOTE Flange  (7)  cannot  be  removed  from  the space    between    hose    body    and    tank without removing the hose body. Therefore,  when  the  valve  is  removed, the  flange,  attached  to  tank  with  gasket eliminator, together with capscrews (8) should be left in place and supported until new valve is installed. (4) Remove valve from tank and support flange (7) to keep it in place and sealed to tank wall. (5)     If seal between tank and flange (7) is broken, clean flange and tank surface.  When ready to install new valve (6) apply gasket eliminator (item 14, Appendix B) to mating surface of flange (7) and reinstall it together with capscrews (8). (6)     Inspect new valve for shipping damage and apply gasket eliminator (item 14, Appendix B) on flange to mate with tank.  The directional flow arrow on valve body should point toward tank cavity. (7) Apply gasket eliminator (item 14, Appendix B) to capscrews (8) where these protrude tank wall. Install valve (6) on capscrews.  Install and tighten nuts (5) to 135 ft lb (180 Nm). 2-146

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