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Chapter 3. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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TM-55-1730-213-12 Jack Hydraulic Tripod 12-Ton Fixed-Height Part No. 1214-151 Manual
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Section IV. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
TM 55-1730-213-12
d. Correct all deficiencies or report them to the
20. INSPECTION OF USED EQUIPMENT.
proper authority.
a. Inspect used tripod hydraulic jack, following the
instructions in paragraph 25. Pay particular attention to
19. SERVICING NEW EQUIPMENT.
the components which may be worn, such as the
a. Pump assembly.
Remove filler and vent
extension screw (15, figure 2) and leg and caster
assembly (33, figure 2) from top of reservoir. Fill with
assembly (2, figure 3).
hydraulic fluid up to filler hole.
b. Correct or report all deficiencies to proper
b. Cylinder and ram assembly.
authority.
(1) Stand jack in an upright position.  Pour
21. SERVICING USED EQUIPMENT.
hydraulic fluid into filler hole (33, figure 2) expelling all air
from reservoir and cylinder.
a. Service used tripod hydraulic jack in accordance
with instructions contained in paragraph 19.
(2) Actuate pump to fill cylinder assembly with
b. Pay particular attention to filling the cylinder and
ram assembly with fluid.
(3) Use handle (1) for tool to move valve body
(11) to open or close position.
Section II. SPECIAL TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
None required
Section III. LUBRICATION.
22. GENERAL
Table 1 is a lubrication chart. It is supplemented by the detailed lubrication information in paragraph 23.
23. DETAILED LUBRICATION INFORMATION.
a. Care of Lubricants. Replace covers on lubricant containers after use and store in a clean, dry place. Keep all
containers used for handling oil and fluid clean and ready for use.
b. Cleaning. Clean all lubrication fittings or points of application with a cloth dampened in cleaning solvent (Federal
Specification P-D-680) before applying lubricant.
Table 1.
Lubrication Chart
EXPECTED TEMPERATURE
ABOVE
+32 to
F
-10 to
INTERVALS
+32
F
-10
F
-65
F
OH-HYDRAULIC
FLUID, Hydraulic
MIL-H-
MIL-H-
MIL-H-
500 hrs.
Cylinder and
5606
5606
5606
Pump Assembly
OE-OIL, Engine,
Extension screw
All temperatures
Monthly
Caster Wheels
GREASE,
MIL-G-10924
All temperatures
Monthly
Caster leg
6

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