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Installation of Valve Block.
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 4-204.  COUNTERBALANCE VALVES This task covers: a. Replacement of Valve Cartridge d. Follow-on Maintenance b. Removal of Valve Block c. Installation of Valve Block TOOLS REQUIRED EQUIPMENT CONDITION Tool Kit, General Mechanics, Automotive Ladder Fully Retracted and Elevated (see para 2-14 .) (Appendix B, Section III, Item 1) Main Engine Shutdown (see para 2-12 .) APU Shutdown (see para 2-16 .) MATERIALS/PARTS REQUIRED Emergency hydraulic system deactivated Grease, Automotive (Item 1, Appendix E (see para 2-15 .) Tags (Item 32, Appendix E) Batteries Disconnected (see para 4-114 .) Hydraulic Oil (Item 28, Appendix E) Caps, Shipping and Sealing (Item 39, Appendix E) O-ring (Figure 188, Appendix F) a. Replacement of Valve Cartridge. (1) With engine off, actuate three ladder control levers in each direction to relieve pressure in hydraulic system. CAUTION Do not loosen or tighten hex fitting on end of valve cartridge.  Do not attempt to adjust or change the setting of the valve cartridge. (2) Remove valve cartridge (1) by unscrewing large hex nut (2) closest to valve block. (3) Install new valve cartridge (1) and tighten large hex nut (2) closest to valve block only. b. Removal of Valve Block. (1) Tag and disconnect two hydraulic hoses (3) and two tubes (4).  Cap hose and tube ends to prevent entry of dirt. (2) Remove two capscrews (5) and remove valve block (6) from end of cylinder.  Remove and discard two O-rings (7) between valve block and cylinder. 4-512

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