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OPERATION OF 10 TON HYDRAULIC RESCUE TOOL (cont)
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OPERATION OF REMOTE TURRET
TM5-4210-229-14&P 2-18.  OPERATING PROCEDURES. The following paragraphs will describe operating procedures necessary for all  firefighting missions for which the following truck was designed.  It is strongly recommended that all personnel required to operate the vehicle study the contents of these procedures thoroughly and practice the safety precautions specified. 2-19.  STAND-BY MODE PROCEDURES. The following valves and gauges must by checked prior to placing the Twin Agent 4x4 Firefighting Truck in the STAND-BY mode of operation. a.  Master control valve (5,  figure 2-1) CLOSED.  Manual twin agent pressure activator handle (3) pushed fully towards panel. b.  Test valves (7,  figure 2-1) OPEN. c.  Dry chemical tank drain cap (8,  figure 2-1) and dry chemical tank fill cap (19) fully tightened. d.  Purge valve (17,  figure 2-1) and bleed valve (18) CLOSED. e.  Dry chemical emergency shut-off valve (13,  figure 2-1) OPEN. f.  AFFF tank drain valve (10,  figure 2-1) CLOSED. g.  AFFF emergency shut-off valve (9,  figure 2-1) OPEN. h.  Purge valve (16,  figure 2-1) and bleed valve (14) CLOSED. i.  Dual agent handline control handles (22,  figure 2-1) CLOSED. j.  Turret valves (3 and 13,  figure 2-2) CLOSED. k.   Pressure gauges (1,  figure 2-1) and (11,  figure 2-2) should read ZERO. NOTE 1840 psi (12,686.8 kPa) is the minimum cylinder  pressure  for  a  working  pres- sure  of  230  psi  (1,585.8  kPa).    For  in- termediate    working    pressure,        the minimum     cylinder     pressure     should read    8    times    the    selected    working pressure. l.    Open all nitrogen cylinder valves and check pressure gauges for cylinder pressure.  Pressure gauge readings should be in excess of 1840 psi (12, 686.8 kPa). m.  The system is now ready for operation. 2-71

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