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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 2-13.   FIREFIGHTING OPERATIONS-Continued NOTE Priming  the  pump  may  be  necessary  under  some  conditions because  of  air  trapped  in  the  piping.    Some  fire  departments prime   their   pumps   whenever   pumping   from   water   tank   as   a general policy. (4) Turn  RELIEF  VALVE  lever  to  ON  position  and  rotate  INCREASE/DECREASE  knob  to  obtain desired pump output pressure. (5) Open  DISCHARGE  valves  and  accelerate  engine  with  THROTTLE  control  on  pump  panel  to obtain desired discharge pressure and capacity. CAUTION Monitor engine coolant temperature.  If the temperature exceeds 210  deg.    F  (99  deg.    C),  or  the  alarm  sounds,  open  ENGINE COOLER control valve gradually until temperature stabilizes at 200 deg.  F (93 deg.  C).  Failure to heed this caution may cause engine damage. f. Operating Foam System. (1) Engage and prime the pump as described above. (2) Open eductor valve (labeled WATER on pump panel). (3) Rotate METERING VALVE handle to desired setting. (4) Open FOAM valve. (5) Open desired DISCHARGE valve(s) and nozzle(s). NOTE Residual  pressure  (as  indicated  by  VACUUM  gauge)  must  not exceed  10  psi  (69  kPa)  when  pumping  from  hydrant  or  relay during foam operations. 2-52

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