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SECTION  III.  PRINCIPLES  OF  OPERATION
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Supplemental  Expansion  Instuctions - TM-1-4920-448-13P_18
TM   1-4920-448-13&P CHAPTER 2 OPERATOR INSTRUCTIONS SECTION I. INITIAL SHOP EXPANSION 2-1. Placement of Hydraulic Shop.  The  Hydraulic  Shop  should  be  located  with  power  cable  length,  tactical deployment,  exhaust/inlet  of  ECUs  and  phasing  between  related  shops  kept  in  mind.  The  shop’s  power  entry  panel, next  to  the  personnel  entrance  door,  should  be  facing  toward  the  power  source  and  power  distribution  panel. 2-2.  Shelter  Expansion a.  Remove  shop  storage  chest,  located  on  fixed  sidewall  near  ceiling  at  cargo  entrance  door,  from  mounting bracket  for  easy  access  to  hardware  and  tools. b.  Observe  shelter  expansion  instructions  in  TM  10-5411-201-14  until  two  handles  of  solar  bar  are  extended and  hinged  roof  is  slid  outward.  Continue  shelter  expansion  observing  supplemental  expansion  instructions  found below. c.  Supplemental  Expansion  Instuctions When  all  equipment  and  materiel  is  stored  on  the  stationary  side  of the  shelter,  the  limited  floor  space  presents  an  obstacle  to  operating personnel. This is most critical during the raising and lowering of the roof  panel.  Failure  to  observe  supplemental  expansion  instructions could  result  in  personnel  inside  the  shelter  becoming  trapped  between the  roof  panel  and  equipment.  Serious  injury  to  personnel  could  result. 1.  Two  personnel,  outside  the  shelter,  must  lift the roof panel (1) far enough to allow two people inside to release the support struts (2), extend them to full length  and  insert  quick-release  pins  (3). 2-1

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