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TM  1-4920-448-13&P 2-6. Storage of Hardware. Care must be taken to ensure that the proper hardware is used to secure  equipment  for  transport.  Lack  of  correct  hardware  could  cause extensive  damage  to  equipment  or  the  shelter  when  shop  is  moved. a. All hardware removed from equipment will be collected and placed in cotton mailing bags (see item 3, App E).  Bags  are  stored  in  the  shop  storage  chest  until  shelter  is  to  be  moved  and  equipment  bolted  to  the  floor. b.  Position  storage  chest  in  mounting  bracket. 2-7. Checking Shelter Level. Once  all  equipment  is  in  the  recommended  operational  position  recheck  leveling  of shelter.  Use  procedures  in  TM  10-5411-201-14  to  verify  and  adjust  level.  Correct  adjustment  is  essential  to  ensure proper operation of machine tools, doors and access panels. The Hydraulic Shop is now operational. SECTION  III.  PREPARING  SHOP  FOR  SHIPMENT  OR  STORAGE 2-8. Recover and Inspect Equipment Hardware. a. Remove shop storage chest from mounting brackets. Care must be taken to ensure that the proper hardware is used to secure  equipment  for  transport.  Lack  of  correct  hardware  could  cause extensive  damage  to  equipment  or  the  shelter  when  shop  is  moved. b. Recover cotton mailing bags with hardware from shop storage chest. c. Inspect hardware for damage or missing parts. 2-9. Disconnecting Shop Utillities (Other Than Electrical). a. Disconnecting  Hydraulic  Supply. 1. Install protective dust cap (1) on inlet quick- disconnect  coupling  (2)  on  shop’s  services  utility  panel (3). 2. Install protective dust cap (4) on return quick- disconnect  coupling  (5). 2-19

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