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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-63.  MONITOR AND NOZZLE - Continued WARNING Death or serious injury could occur if compressed air is directed against  the  skin.    Do  not  use  compressed  air  for  cleaning  or drying  unless  the  pressure  is/has  been  reduced  to  30  psi  (2.11 kg/cm2) or less.  When working with compressed air always use chip    guards,    eye    protection    and    other    personal    protective equipment. (2) After washing, dry all components using compressed air. (3) Inspect outlet tee (3), siamese (5) and base (15) for obvious physical damage.  Check O-ring grooves for burrs or nicks.  Check bearing races for excessive wear. (4) Inspect gears (27 and 39) for worn or damaged teeth.  Be sure set screws (28 and 38) are below top of gear teeth and are not loose.  If set screws are not firmly seated, remove set screws, clean threads, coat threads with retaining compound (Item 7, Appendix E) and reinstall. (5) Inspect  all  mounting  hardware.    Bolt  and  screw  heads  must  not  be  rounded.    Threads  must  not  be stripped or distorted.  Replace any damaged mounting hardware. c. Assembly. (1) Apply pipe thread sealant (Item 2, Appendix E) to the threads of inlet (41).  Install inlet (41) in base (15). (2) Using  match  marks  to  ensure  correct  positioning,  install  rotational  gear  (39)  on  base  (15)  with  six capscrews (40). (3) If setscrews (38) are being installed, apply retaining compound (Item 7, Appendix E) to threads before installation. (4) Install  new  O-ring  (37)  in  groove  on  base  (15).    Lubricate  O-ring  with  silicone  grease  (Item  11, Appendix E). (5) Install base (15) in siamese (5). (6) Locate the threaded hole in base flange of siamese (5) and insert fifty-six balls (36) through hole. (7) Install plastic swivel plug (35) in hole that balls were inserted through.  Tighten plug (35) until it stops, then back out plug 1-2 turn.  Base (15) should rotate freely in siamese (10) after installation of balls (36) and swivel plug (35). (8) Locate threaded hole in raised boss on siamese (5) and insert fifty-six balls (34) through hole. (9) Repeat step (7) with plug (33). (10)  Install  two  grease  fittings  (42)  in  siamese  (5).    Inject  grease  (Item  11,  Appendix  E)  into  the  grease fittings (42) while rotating base (15).  Inject grease until it becomes visible from the bleeder holes in swivel plugs (33 and 35).  Repeat process for both grease fittings. (11)  Install rotational gear guard (32) with four screws (31). 5-358

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