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TM 5-4210-220-34 2-11. HOSE BODY - Continued j. Box Rear Plate Repair NOTE There  is  only  one  removable  box  rear plate.      It   is   located   on   the   left,   front, lower   compartment   box.        This    plate, when   removed,   allows   access   to   fire pump. (1)     Remove   all   auxiliary   equipment   from   left, front,  lower compartment box (1). (2)     Remove  fasteners  12)  that  retain  box  rear plate        (3)    to    the    mounting    angles    (4). Remove  box  rear  plate  from  compartment box. (3)     Examine  fasteners  and  as  detailed  in  para 2-7. Replace parts as necessary. (4)     Inspect box rear plate for oversized mounting  holes,  cracks  or  dents.    Repair dents using basic body repair tools. Replace    box    rear    plate    if    damage    is excessive. (5) Apply 1/8 In.  (3 mm) bead of sealant (item 25,  Appendix B) on angle faces (4). (6)     Install  box  rear  plate  (3)  into  left,  front,  lower  compartment  box  and  secure  to  mounting  angles  (4)  using fasteners (2).  Tighten capscrews firmly. (7)     Replace all auxiliary equipment into compartment box k. Door Seal Repair NOTE All compartment boxes have door seals.  This procedure describes seal repair for one compartment box. (1)     To remove door seal (1), grasp outer surface of seal and pull away from compartment box (2) lip. (2)     Inspect rubber for cuts, crack, or deterioration. (3)     Examine seal (1) for expansion.  Expansion may be caused by a corroded wire carrier.  Replace seal if any defects are noticed. (4)     Install door seal (1) onto compartment box (2) lip as shown.  Make sure-all corners are cut to 45 deg.  angles. Once all seals are properly cut, apply vulcanizer (item 33, Appendix B) to seal corners 2-51

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