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Positioning Ladder - TM-5-4210-233-14P-1_85
TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 2-14.  AERIAL LADDER SET-UP - Continued (6)   Position  outrigger  plates  (with  handles  facing  truck) under outrigger pads. (7)   Lower rear outriggers.  Level truck from side to side. When the outriggers are set properly, the LEFT/RIGHT  REAR  OUTRIGGER  DOWN  lights  in the aerial/outrigger control panel will light. (8)   Lower   front   outriggers.      Level   truck   side   to   side. When the outriggers are set properly the LEFT/RIGHT FRONT OUTRIGGER DOWN lights in the aerial/outrigger control panel will light. WARNING Do not rotate ladder to side of truck that does not have   outriggers   fully   extended.      Truck   can   tip causing injury or death to personnel and damage to equipment. WARNING In   situations   where   space   does   not   permit   full outrigger  extension,  the  truck  must  be  positioned to allow for full extension of outriggers on the side that the aerial ladder will be used.  The outriggers on the opposite side should be extended as far as space allows.  The outriggers must be extended a minimum  of  18  inches  (457  mm)  and  supporting the  weight  of  the  truck  before  the  diverter  switch will activate the aerial ladder controls. Failure to heed this warning can result in injury or death to operator and damage to equipment. (9)   Move HIGH IDLE switch to off position. (10) Install outrigger locking pins in jack stands. (11) Move DIVERTER VALVE OUTRIGGER/ AERIAL switch to AERIAL position. 2-56

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