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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 Table 5-2.  Direct Support Troubleshooting - Continued MALFUNCTION TEST OR INSPECTION CORRECTIVE ACTION FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM - Continued 5 PRESSURE WILL NOT RETURN TO ORIGINAL SETTING AFTER DISCHARGE VALVES ARE RE-OPENED Pilot valve sticking. Disassemble and clean (see para 4-36).  Replace noticeably worn parts. 6 HUNTING (FLUCTUATING PRESSURE) Sticky pilot valve or faulty relief valve. Disassemble and clean (see para 4-35 and 4-36).  Replace worn parts. 7 AIR OPERATED VALVE (FOR AERIAL DISCHARGE) FAILS TO OPEN OR CLOSE Step 1.  Aerial discharge valve failed in open or closed position. Remove pneumatic actuator and use a wrench on the valve shaft to open or close the valve manually.  If the valve does not move freely, replace the valve (see para 4-199). Step 2.  Pneumatic actuator defective. Replace actuator (see para 4-200). Step 3.  Pneumatic actuator switch defective. Replace pneumatic actuator switch (see para 4-179). HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1 OUTRIGGERS WILL NOT OPERATE Step 1.  Check power take-off operation. Refer to hydraulic component testing (see para 5-50). Step 2.  Main hydraulic pump not operating. Refer to hydraulic system component testing (see para 5-50). Step 3.  Pressure reducing (de-stroking) valve malfunctioning. Refer to hydraulic system component testing (see para 5-50). Step 4.  Diverter valve malfunctioning. Replace diverter valve (see para 4-193). 5-23

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