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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 2-14.  AERIAL LADDER SET-UP - Continued i. Disengaging PTO. (1) Use the THROTTLE CONTROL to bring the engine speed to idle. (2) Shift the transmission into N (neutral). (3) Shift the ELECTRIC PUMP SHIFT switch to the ROAD position and wait for the green OK TO PUMP light to go off and the red PUMP NOT IN GEAR light to come on. (4) Activate the HIGH IDLE switch. (5) Bed the ladder and retract the outriggers. (6) Deactivate the HIGH IDLE switch. (7) Deactivate the AERIAL PTO switch. (8) Deactivate the AERIAL MASTER switch. 2-15.  EMERGENCY AERIAL PROCEDURES.  In the event that the main hydraulic pump becomes inoperable a emergency hydraulic pump is available that can be used to assure continued operation of hydraulic functions. a. General  Information.    The  emergency  hydraulic  pump  is  driven  by  an  electric  motor  that  is powered by 1 2-volt batteries.  It is activated by the switches located on the ladder and outrigger control panels. Because  the  emergency  pump  is  not  an  on-demand,  variable  displacement  type  pump,  it  should  not  be operated  unless  a  hydraulic  function  is  required.    This  prevents  possible  burn-out  of  the  electric  motor  that drives  the  hydraulic  pump.    The  emergency  pump  runs  at  a  slower  speed  than  the  main  hydraulic  pump. Because of this, the hydraulic functions will operate at a slower speed when the emergency hydraulic pump is used. CAUTION To    avoid    equipment    damage,    do    not    operate    emergency hydraulic pump without the proper hydraulic valves engaged. To  prevent  the  emergency  hydraulic  pump  from  burning  out,  it should   only   be   used   a   maximum   of   five   minutes   and   then allowed to cool for 60 minutes, or damage will result. The manual diverter valve is only intended to allow operation of hydraulic functions if the electric valve system malfunctions.  To avoid  equipment  damage,  do  not  use  manual  diverter  valve  to override the electrical interlock system. 2-60

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