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TM 5-4210-233-14&P-1 5-38.  AIR DRYER-Continued b. Disassembly. NOTE The following disassembly and assembly procedure is presented for reference purposes and presupposes that a major rebuild of the  air  dryer  is  being  undertaken.    Several  replacement  parts and  maintenance  kits  are  available  which  do  not  require  full disassembly. CAUTION While performing service on the air dryer, it is not recommended that a clamping device (vise, C-clamp, etc.) be used to hold any die cast aluminum component as damage may result.  To hold the end cover, install a pipe nipple in the supply port and clamp the nipple into a vise. (1)   Remove the check valve assembly (7) and O-ring (8).  Remove the O-ring from the check valve assembly. (2)   Remove the three self-tapping screws (9) that secure the purge valve housing assembly (31) to the end  cover  assembly  (13).    Pull  the  purge  valve  housing  assembly  out  of  the  end  cover  assembly. Remove the three O-rings (10, 11 and 12) from the exterior of the purge valve housing assembly. NOTE O-rings  (10  and  11)  may  be  lodged  in  the  end  cover  bores.    If so, they must be removed. (3)   Purge valve housing assembly disassembly. NOTE Exhaust   cover   (13)   should   be   left   intact   while   servicing   the purge valve housing assembly.  To remove the piston (12) from the  purge  valve  housing  assembly  (31)  requires  twelve  point 1/4" socket to hold the head of the purge valve bolt (14). (a)   Remove the nut (15) from the bottom of the purge valve housing assembly using a Torx head socket to hold the head to the bolt.  Remove the diaphragm washer (16), and the diaphragm (17), and the purge valve (18) from the purge valve housing (31). (b)   Remove the Torx head bolt (14) from the opposite end, then the purge piston (19), the return spring (36) and the two O-rings (20 and 21); one on the outside diameter and the other in the inside of the purge piston. 5-210

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