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TM-1-1730-231-13P Hydraulic Kneeling/Erecting Cart P/N: 10064-10 Manual
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Kneel Helicopter.
TM 1-1730-231-13&P 2. Remove controller from cabinet and set pump switch S4 (10, Figure 2-1) to OFF position. 3. Connect MS3506-1 power receptacle on cart to aircraft 24 vdc supply or to power plug for alternate 24 vdc source. 4. Ensure POWER ON indicating light (9) is on. Set pump switch S4 (10) to ON position. 5. Ensure manual flow regulators for tall, left, and right (5 through 7) are in fully closed position (turn clockwise). 6. Operate tall, left, or right switch (S3, S1, or S2) to RAISE direction and hold. 7. Observe pressure reading on pressure gage (8).  It should not exceed 3,000 psig. 8. If reading is low or high, remove relief valve cap, loosen locknut, and turn adjusting screw with 3/16 in. (4.76 mm) allen key to set reading at 3,000 psig. Tighten locknut and install relief valve cap. 2-8. Kneeling and Erecting Operations for C-141B and Truck Shipment. a. Connect Shutoff Valve/Hoses to Landing Gear. WARNING To  prevent  injury  and  damage  to  equipment  due  to  strut  collapse  and helicopter rollover, insure that hydraulic line is properly routed to prevent fouling.  Route  hydraulic  line  down  through  the  access  cover  on  top  of the  forward  avionics  bay  (FAB)  walkway  to  the  landing  gear  kneeling nipple. To  prevent  injury  and  damage  to  equipment  due  to  strut  collapse  and helicopter  rollover,  do  not  force  quick  disconnect  on  to  strut  kneeling valve nipple. Difficulty in connecting quick disconnect may indicate strut collar is unlocked and if forced, the quick disconnect may fail. If difficulty is experienced, Dack helicopter (TM 55-1520-238-23) to relieve pressure before proceeding. 2-8

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