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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-51.  HOIST CYLINDERS This task covers: a. Removal b. Installation TOOLS REQUIRED: EQUIPMENT CONDITION Tool Kit, General Mechanics, Automotive Main Engine Shutdown (see para 2-12.) (Appendix B, Section 1II, Item 1) APU Shutdown (see para 2-16.) Ladder Bedded (see para 2-14.) MATERIALS/PARTS REQUIRED Tags, Identification (Item 32, Appendix E) O-rings (Figure 172, Appendix F) a. Removal. WARNING Escaping   fluid   under   pressure   can   penetrate   the skin    causing    serious    injury.        Relieve    pressure before  unhooking  hydraulic  or  other  lines.  Tighten all   connections   before   applying   pressure.      Keep hands and body away from pin- holes and nozzles which eject fluids under high pressure.  Use a piece of cardboard to search for leaks. If  ANY  fluid  is  injected  into  the  skin,  it  must  be surgically  removed  within  a  few  hours  by  a  doctor familiar with this type injury or gangrene may result. (1)  Relieve pressure from hoist cylinder by: a. Moving battery switch to position 1 or 2. b. Turn aerial master ON. c. Move manual diverter valve to AERIAL position. d. Move RUN/LOCK lever to RUN position. e. Move RAISE/LOWER handle fore and aft. f. Move battery switch and aerial master switch to OFF position. (2)  Remove block (1) from hoist cylinder (2) by removing three screws (3).  Remove and discard O-ring between block (1) and cylinder (2). (3)  Tag and remove hose(4). (4)  Attach a suitable lifting device to cylinder. 5-335

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