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CHAPTER 4 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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TM-5-4210-229-14P Truck Firefiighting 1000 GPM Multipurpose Model 2500L Manual
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Table 4-1.  Inspection Prior To Use.
TM5-42 10-229-1 4&P 4-2.  SPECIAL TOOLS,  TMDE,  AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT. Special tools,  TMDE,  and support equipment required to maintain the Twin Agent 4x4 Firefighting Truck are listed in Appendix B,  Section III. Section II.  SERVICE UPON RECEIPT Para. Para. Introduction  .......................................................... 4-3 Visual Inspection..................................................4-5 Lubrication  ........................................................... 4-4 4-3.  INTRODUCTION. This section provides instructions for readying the Twin Agent 4x4 Firefighting Truck for use after initial receipt by the using facility. 4-4.    LUBRICATION. Each truck has been completely serviced prior to shipment,  with lubricants specified for the climatic conditions at the point of origin.  Further lubrication,  other than replenishment of lubricant quantities found to be deficient due to leakage,  spillage,  or consumption,  should not be necessary unless climatic conditions differ greatly from those of the point of origin at the time of shipment.  If such is the case,  drain,  flush,  or otherwise remove all lubricants and service. 4-5.    VISUAL INSPECTION. Each  truck  has  received  a  thorough  inspection  and  complete  operational  check  prior  to  shipment.    Regardless  of precautions taken,  some damage may occur to the truck during shipment.  It is therefore necessary that a complete visual inspection be carried out upon receipt.  Refer to Table 4-1 for inspections to be performed prior to use.  Rec- ord all deficiencies disclosed during the inspection procedure.  Such deficiencies should be corrected if possible,  or otherwise reported. Due to the critical nature of the service for which this truck is intended,  no truck should be placed in service if there is any  doubt  or  evidence  of  improper  or  inadequate  function of any of the components or systems. 4-2

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