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Section II.  OPERATING PROCEDURES
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Pumping water from an open body of water.
TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 B. Filling the 300 gallon booster Water tank once pump is primed: 1. Close the water tank, drain valve (11, Fig. 3) 2. Close the tank-to-pump valve (7, fig. 3) 3. Open the tank fill valve (22, Fig. 3). 4. Fill the tank slowly.  When the tank is full, close the tank fill valve (22, Fig. 3) C. Filling the 30 gallon foam tank: 1. Close the foam tank drain valve (12, Fig. 3) 2. Close the foam to proportioner valve (6,Fig. 3) 3. Open the foam tank cover lid (3, Fig. 10) 4. Open the foam container and fill with required foam. 2. PUMPING DETAILS A. Pumping water from 300 gallon water tank through the hose reel. 1. Start engine (refer to section 1). 2. Prime the water pump (refer to para 1) 3. Open the water tank-to-pump valve (24, Fig. 3) 4. Unwind the hose from the hose reel as needed (8, Fig. 2) 5. Open the hose reel valve (26, Fig. #). 6. Increase engine speed using the throttle (16, Fig. 3) until the desired pump pressure is shown on the master pump pressure gauge (3, Fig. 3). B. Pumping water from hydrant 1. Start engine (refer to section 1.) 2. Use  either  2  1/2"  hard  suction  hose  or  a  2  1/2"  soft  suction  hose  when  supplying  water  to  the  fire  truck. Connect hose and make sure connections are tight. 4-3

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