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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 BODIES AND CABS 3. Ruptured Sensing Bulb If the sensing tube ruptures, the valve will remain closed. 4. Sensing  Bulb  Loose  If  the  sensing  bulb  works  loose  from  its  proper  location  on  the  evaporator  output  line,  the  valve  will remain open and flood the evaporator with refrigerant. If it is determined that the valve is faulty, it must be replaced with another valve of exactly the same capacity and type.  It requires no adjustment. EVAPORATOR CORE This unit is very similar to the condenser, both in type of construction and in its trouble-free operating characteristics.  When checking this component, make sure that: The air flow through the core is in no way obstructed by dirt, etc. clogging the fins of the core. The sensing tube of the thermostatic control switch is in its proper place inside the evaporator core. CTS-2731  Page 41 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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