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CHAPTER 2 OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS
TM 1-4920-448-13&P SECTION  III.  PRINCIPLES  OF  OPERATION 1-8. After the shelter has been expanded, the operator will unbolt selected items of equipment. These items will be  moved  to  recommended  positions  on  the  expanded  side  of  the  shelter  (see  para.,  l-7b).  The  selected  items,  when moved,  will  not  be  secured  (bolted)  in  place.  This  allows  the  shop  personnel  a  certain  flexibility  in  the  event  long  or bulky  material  must  be  repaired  within  the  shelter.  The  recommended  locations  were  selected  for  proper  utilization of  floor  space  and  maximum  safety  for  the  operating  personnel. 1-9. Detailed instructions for unbolting equipment and the recommended sequence for movement is contained in Chapter  2,  Section  II.  Supplemental  procedures  for  opening  and  closing  the  shelter  are  contained  in  Chapter  2, Sections I and III. TM 10-5411-201-14 is required for detailed instructions. 1-10. Electrical power to operate the Hydraulic Shop is provided by a generator or a commercial power source. A Power Distribution Panel (PDP) is used between the power source and the power entry panel of the shelter. Overload protection  is  provided  by  circuit  breaker. 1-4

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