CONVERTING THE AF-5 HYDRAULIC FLUID DISPENSER
FROM MIL-H-5606 TO MIL-H-83282 HYDRAULIC FLUID
F-5. Reassemble the dispenser and pour up to five
F-1. Open the valve at the outer end of the hose and
gallons of hydraulic fluid into the tank through the filler
bleed off all remaining hydraulic fluid in the dispenser,
cap. Replace the filler cap and tighten with wrench.
then close the valve.
F-6. Inflate bladder through the air valve located under
F-2. Open the bleeder valve located under the pressure
the pressure gauge to 10 psi.
gauge. DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE PRESSURE
RELIEF VALVE. This bleeder valve drains the bladder
F-7. Bleed all trapped air from the fluid cavity by
air cavity. When all air stops coming from the bladder
pressing the red button valve and holding it until a clear
bleeder valve, thus indicating that the bladder is
stream of hydraulic oil ejects.
deflated, close the bleeder valve.
F-8. Inflate bladder through air valve under pressure
F-3. Release the air pressure in the oil cavity of the
gauge until the pressure relief valve opos. Do not
tank by pressing the red tank air drain button. When the
exceed 50 psi. Recharge the bladder as required.
pressure gauge reads zero and no further air flows from
the button valve,-remove the filler cap.
F-9. Stencil the dispenser as described in para 26 of
this TB to reflect the conversion from MIL-H5606 to MIL-
F-4. Remove the entire hose assembly and allow the
hydraulic fluid remaining in the dispenser to drain
through the opening in the bottom of the dispenser.
Allow the dispenser to drain for one hour.