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Hose Assembly Replacement.
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 4-9.  GENERAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES- Continued d.  Hydraulic Hoses Tubes and Fittings. 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  pinholes  and  nozzles  which eject  fluids  under  high  pressure.    Use  a  piece  of  cardboard  to check for leaks. If   any   fluid   is   injected   into   the   skin,   it   must   be   surgically removed by a doctor familiar with this type of injury or gangrene may result. (1) Shut  down  engine  before  servicing  hydraulic  system.  With  engine  off,  operate  hydraulic  controls  in  all modes to relieve any pressure trapped in lines. (2) Clean any dirt or debris away from hydraulic line or fitting that is to be removed. (3) Tag and disconnect hose or tube. (4) Cap all openings to prevent the entry of dirt. (5) Discard all seals or O-rings that have been removed and install new seals and O-rings. CAUTION Do not twist hoses during installation. Make sure hoses will not rub against sharp objects that may cut them. (6) Install hoses or tubes and tighten connections securely. Do not over-tighten. (7) Install new plastic tie straps or protective sleeves over hoses to prevent rubbing or chafing during vehicle operation. 4-154

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