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ASSEMBLY (cont) - TM-5-4210-229-14P_380
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REPAIR - TM-5-4210-229-14P_382
TM 5-4210-229-14P 5-21.   AIR DRYER REPAIR This task covers: a.   Disassembly b.   Repair c.   Assembly INITIAL SET-UP Tools Materials/Parts General Mechanics Tool Kit Solvent (Appendix D, Item 54) 1/2 Inch Diameter Steel Rod Lubricant (Appendix D, Item 37) Equipment Condition Para.  Condition Description 4-168 Air Dryer Removed DISASSEMBLY Use care in removing the nut (1) to prevent bodily injury since nut is spring loaded. a. Remove unloader nut (1) and O-ring (2). b. Remove piston (3), U-cup (4), sleeve (5) and spring (6). c. Remove retaining ring (7), spring (8), ring seat (9) and unloader spindle (10) as an assembly as they are not serviced separately. d. Remove the eight cap screws (12) retaining bot- tom cap (13) to body (14). e. Remove bottom cap (13) and deflector as- sembly (15). Do not scratch or mar gasket surfaces. f. Remove all traces of old gaskets (16 and 17) from gasket surfaces of bottom cap (13) and body (14).  Discard old gaskets. Cleaning  solvent  (Appendix  D,  Item  54)  is  both toxic and flammable.  Keep off skin.  Use only in a    well-ventilated    area    and    avoid    prolonged breathing   of   vapors.      Keep   away   from   open flames. Use care in removing top cap bolts (21 ) to prevent bodily  injury  because  the  cap  is  spring  loaded. g. Wash bottom cap (13) and inside of unit (14) with cleaning solvent (Appendix D, Item 54). h. Remove top nut (18).  This nut is spring load- ed. i. Remove copper gaskets (19), spring (20), and check valve spindle (21). 5-50

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