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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 2-14.  AERIAL LADDER SET-UP - Continued e. Positioning Ladder.  Before starting to position ladder, the ladder operator should make a thorough inspection of the area around the ladder.  The outriggers must be securely positioned and the surrounding area should be clear of obstructions. WARNING Ladder   must   not   be   occupied   during   ladder positioning.    Crushing  injury  can  occur  during ladder  extension  or  retraction.    Sudden  ladder movement   may   cause   personnel   to   fall.      An operator must be at the tumtable controls at all times when the aerial ladder is in use. NOTE Refer  to  para  2-15  for  emergency  aerial  operating procedures. (1)   Open aerial control panel cover. (2)   Move SYSTEM LOCK lever to RUN position. (3)   Using the LOWER/RAISE aerial control lever, raise the ladder enough to clear ladder bed locks. CAUTION The  ladder  controls  should  be  operated  slowly  and  smoothly. Sudden  ladder  movement  is  magnified  at  the  ladder  tip.    This may damage the equipment. The  ladder  control  operator  should  always  keep  visual  contact with ladder.  If operator's attention is diverted, ladder movement should  be  stopped  and  SYSTEM  LOCK  lever  moved  to  LOCK position. WARNING Do not allow personnel to climp or descend ladder unless RUNG ALIGNMENT light is on.  Injury or death may result. (4)   Operate   ladder   controls   until   ladder   is   in   position.      All   three   ladder   controls   can   be   operated simultaneously. (5)   When  aerial  ladder  is  in  position  for  rescue/firefighting  operation,  move  SYSTEM  LOCK  lever  to LOCK position. 2-57

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