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SECTION II. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE CHECKS AND SERVICES (PMCS)
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TM 1-1730-231-13&P Table 2-2. PMCS Checks (Continued) ITEM INTERVAL PROCEDURES Tires Preoperation Inspect tires for deep cuts and excessive wear. Correct or report defects. SECTION III.  OPERATING PROCEDURES (GENERAL) 2-3.  Drain  and  Flush  Hydraulic  Reservoir.   When  the  cart  contains  hydraulic  fluid  different  from  that  used  on  the helicopter or the type of fluid in the cart is not known, proceed as follows: 1. Drain  reservoir  by  opening  the  reservoir  tank  drain  plug  at  the  bottom  of  the  reservoir.    Drain  tank  completely. Discard fluid properly. 2. Install drain plug. 3. Fill  reservoir  with  2  gallons  (till  OPNL  LEVEL)  of  the  appropriate  hydraulic  fluid  (see  helicopter  preparation  for shipment manual). 4. Remove grounding cable from cart and connect as required. 5. Remove controller from cabinet and ensure pump switch S4 (10, Figure 2-1) is in OFF position. 6. Connect power receptacle from cart to 24 vdc power supply. 7. Set pump switch S4 (10) to ON. 8. Operate pump for 3 minutes. 9. Set pump switch S4 (10) to OFF. 10. Disconnect power source and grounding cable. 11.  Drain reservoir by opening reservoir tank drain plug at the bottom of the reservoir. Drain tank completely. Discard fluid properly. 12.  Replace drain plug. 13.  Service reservoir with 2 gallons of the specified hydraulic fluid. 2-4.  Hydraulic  Cart  Operation.  Personnel  operating  the  cart  must  be  familiar  with  the  location  and  function  of  all controls and indicators. They must also have a thorough knowledge of the principles of operation involved. 2-5

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