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TM-1-1730-231-13P Hydraulic Kneeling/Erecting Cart P/N: 10064-10 Manual
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SECTION II. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
TM 1-1730-231-13&P Table 2-1. Controls and Indicators (Continued) ITEM NO. NOMENCLATURE FUNCTION OR USE 9 POWER ON Indicating When lit, it indicates power Light available to the controller. 10 Pump ON/OFF Control Moving switch to ON position Switch (S4) starts the gear pump; moving switch to OFF position shuts-off the gear pump. 11 Tall RAISE/LOWER Moving and holding switch in RAISE Switch (S3) position allows the helicopter tall strut to erect; moving switch and holding in LOWER position allows the helicopter tall strut to kneel (lower). Releasing the switch, sets to spring controlled neutral position. 12 Left RAISE/LOWER Moving and holding switch in RAISE Switch (S1) position allows the helicopter left strut to erect; moving switch and holding in LOWER position allows the helicopter left strut to kneel (lower). Releasing the switch, sets to spring controlled neutral position. 13 Right RAISE/LOWER Moving and holding switch in RAISE Switch (S2) position allows the helicopter right strut to erect; moving switch and holding in LOWER posi- tion allows the helicopter right the switch, sets to spring controlled neutral position. 14 Sight Glass, OPNL Hydraulic fluid in this sight LEVEL glass indicates the normal opera- tional level of fluid required to operate the unit and is about 2 gallons. 15 Sight Glass, LOW LEVEL Hydraulic fluid in this sight glass Indicates low level of about 1 gallon and the unit must not be operated if fluid level is below the sight glass. 2-3

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