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TM-1-1730-231-13P Hydraulic Kneeling/Erecting Cart P/N: 10064-10 Manual
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SECTION III.  OPERATING PROCEDURES (GENERAL)
TM 1-1730-231-13&P SECTION II. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS) 2-2.  PMCS  Procedures.  Perform  these  PMCS  procedures  prior  to  the  hydraulic  kneeling/erecting  cart  leaving  its containment area. Table 2-2 lists the Inspections and care of the cart required to keep it in good operating condition. The table is divided in three columns: a. Item Column.  The item column lists the equipment being checked or serviced. Checks and services should be performed in the order specified. b. Interval Column. The interval column Indicates when to do certain check or service. c. Procedures Column. The procedures column indicates how to do the required checks and services. Table 2-2. PMCS Checks ITEM INTERVAL PROCEDURES Hydraulic Preoperation Check fluid level.  Ensure that Reservoir reservoir contains a minimum of 2 gallons of hydraulic fluid (till OPNL LEVEL) appropriate to the type of helicopter to be kneeled (See helicopter prepara- tion for shipment manual). If the reservoir contains wrong type of hydraulic fluid or the type of fluid can not be deter- mined, drain and flush cart hyd- raulic system prior to use (Paragraph 2-3). Inspect for leaks. Check hydraulic line connections for loose connec- tions and damage. Correct defects prior to use. Gage and Preoperation Check for broken glass, bent Controls indicating needle, or other obvious defects. Check that all controls operate smoothly and are tightly mounted. Correct or report defects. Cabinet Preoperation Check cable connections at power Interior receptacle and plug and con- troller for breaks, worn insu- lation, and loose connections. Correct or report defects. 2-4

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