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TM-1-1730-231-13P Hydraulic Kneeling/Erecting Cart P/N: 10064-10 Manual
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Erect Helicopter.
TM 1-1730-231-13&P switches S1 and S2 (12 and 13, Figure 2-1) on controller to LOWER position. 2. Slowly erect helicopter by moving LEFT and RIGHT switches S1 and S2 (12 and 13) on controller to RAISE position. (6).   Disconnect hydraulic cart (Kneeled condition). WARNING To   prevent   injury   and   equipment   damage   from   strut   collapse   and helicopter rollover, ensure that there is no strut movement after closing shutoff  valves.  Strut  movement  indicates  a  leaking  shutoff  valve  that must be replaced prior to shipment. CAUTION To  prevent  damage  to  strut  kneeling  nipple,  shutoff  valve  hoses  must remain attached to the helicopter when it is in the kneeled position. 1. Close left and right shutoff hose valves. 2. Move LEFT and RIGHT switches S1 and S2 (12 and 13, Figure 2-1) on controller to LOWER position to bleed pressure from kneeling hoses. 3. Disconnect left and right 40 foot kneeling hoses from hydraulic cart and shutoff valves. Install dust caps on both 40 foot kneeling hoses. 4. Set pump switch S4 (10) to OFF on controller. 5. Disconnect electrical power supply and grounding cable from power source and helicopter. 6. Position cart for kneeling next helicopter or prepare for transport, as appropriate. 2-13

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