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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 Table 4-1.  Unit PMCS-Continued Item Interval No. W M S A B ITEM TO BE INSPECTED/Procedures 6 BRAKE SYSTEM Slack Adjuster * Inspect for visible damage, cracks, missing clevis pins, cotter keys. Lubricate as required. Replace if necessary (see para 4-146). Brake Chamber, Rear * Check chamber attaching hardware is in place/tight. Check for visible damage. Check linkage to slack adjuster is tight. Check that clamp rings are in place/tight. Check that stud and nut used for servicing are in storage position on each chamber. Service Brake, Front * Visually inspect for loose or missing attaching hardware, damage, loose linkage, torn, cracked or chafed hoses. Air Lines and Piping * Check for worn hoses, connectors. Listen for air leaks with main engine off. With service brakes en!aaged and main engine off, leakage must not exceed 2 psi/minute (5.8 kg/cm min.). Replace/repair as required (see para 4-147). In-Line Single Valves, Double Check Valves, Quick Release Valve * Visually inspect for cracks, looseness, damage. Replace as equired. Check lines for abrasion, cracks, visible damage. Replace as required (see para 4-148, 4-149 and 4-150). Brake Pedal Valve * Inspect visually for damage, loose attaching hardware, cracks, damaged lines. * With main engine off and adequate pressure in main reservoir, depress service brake pedal. Listen for sound of service brakes engaging. Replace/tighten as required (see para 4-151). Safety Valve, Pressure Protection Valve * Check that valve is in place and free of cracks, damage or corrosion. Check attaching hardware and hose connections for looseness. Replace/tighten as required (see para 4-152 and 4-153). 4-14

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