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TM5-4210-229-14&P Section VIII.  MAINTENANCE OF TWIN AGENT FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM Para. Para. AFFF Agent Tank Replacement ............................ 4-30 Piping, Valves, Fittings, and Regulator Controls and Gauges Replacement ....................... 4-27 Replacement ............................................................4-28 General  ................................................................ 4-23 P-K-P Agent Tank Replacement...............................4-29 Handrail Replacement........................................... 4-25 Twin Agent Firefighting System Maintenance ...........4-24 Nitrogen Cylinder Replacement............................. 4-26 4-23.  GENERAL. This section contains information on the maintenance of the twin agent firefighting system that are maintainable at the Organizational level. 4-24.  TWIN AGENT FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE. This task covers:  a.  Removal b.  Installation c.  Service INITIAL SET-UP Tools Materials/Parts General Mechanics Tool Kit Twin Agent Firefighting System (A44012003) Hoist and Sling Personnel Required:  4 Equipment Condition Para. Condition Description 2-23 Pressure Relieved in System REMOVAL a.  Disconnect two hoses (1) and control lines (2) from back of turret (3). 4-37

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