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SECTION III.  PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION - TM-1-4920-446-13P_17
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TM-1-4920-446-13P Hydraulic System Test Stand Type D-8A P/N 7459 Manual
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Figure 2-1.  Electrical Component Box
TM 1-4920-446-13 & P CHAPTER 2 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS SECTION I.  DESCRIPTION AND USE OF CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 2-1.  Controls and Instruments.  Controls and instruments for operation and monitoring of the test stand are located at the right rear side.  All controls are identified in Table 2-1 and located on Figure 2-2.  Control settings are explained in Table 2-2. SECTION II.  OPERATING PROCEDURES NOTE Before operation ensure test stand is wired for 220 volt operation. 2-2. Test  Stand  Operation.  Personnel  operating  the test stand  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. Extremely high hydraulic fluid pressures are developed during test stand operation.  The connecting hoses must be free of defects and the connecting fittings clean to avoid hose rupture or leaks. 2-3.  Preliminary Checks.  Prior to operation, the following steps should be taken to ensure the stand will operate properly and safely. a.  Open all doors prior to beginning checks. Use volatile solvents only in a well ventilated area.  Avoid  prolonged contact with the skin. b.  Inspect the connecting hoses and clean the fittings using dry cleaning solvent, P-D-680, if necessary. Be sure all ground circuits within the unit are intact and that equipment is properly grounded before ener- gizing. c.  Set circuit breaker CB1 (Figure 2-1) to ON position to check fluid level. d.  Observe the fluid level gauge and add fluid, MIL-H-83282, until gauge indicates ¾  FULL. 2-1

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