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TM 5-4210-220-34 WARNING Death  or  serious  injury  could  occur  if  compressed  air  is directed  against  the  skin.      Do  not  use  compressed  air for  cleaning  or  drying  unless  the  pressure  is/has  been reduced to 30 psi (2.11 kg/cm2) or less.   When working with    compressed    air    always    use    chip    guards,    eye protection and other personal protective equipment. (4) Using compressed air, blow out shavings from hose bore. (5) Slip     two     sockets     onto     new     hose. Ensure the sockets are back to back. (6) Push a sleeve over the end of the tube and   under   the   wire   braid   by   hand. Position sleeve in hose by pushing the hose against a flat surface.  Ensure the tube    stock    butts    against    the    inside shoulder of the sleeve. (7) Set  the  sleeve   barbs   into   the   Teflon tube by installing the end of the sleeve and tube over the nipple and then work the    hose    bore    over    the    nipple    as shown. (8) Lubricate the nipple and socket threads   with   hydraulic   fluid   (item   9, Appendix B). (9)  Clamp  the  nipple  hex  in  a  vise.    Push the    hose    over    the    nipple    using    a twisting    action    until    seated    against nipple  clamper.    Push  socket  forward and thread onto nipple handtight. (10)  Invert hose assembly and clamp socket   in   vise.      Tighten   nipple   in   a clockwise   direction   until   1/32   in.      (1 mm)    clearance    between    nipple    and socket is achieved.    Further  tightening is    acceptable    if    socket    and    nipple hexes are to be alined. (11)  To    prevent    any    contamination    from new  hose  assembly,    blow   out   hose assembly using compressed air. Rinse   inside   of   hose   with   hot   water. Do    not    allow    water    temperature    to exceed 180 deg. F (82 deg. C).  Using compressed    air,    blow    out    all    water from hose assembly. (12)  If  new  hose  assembly  is  not  going  to be installed immediately after installing fittings,  cap  both  ends  to   keep   hose clean. 2-17

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