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Section III.  OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
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2-6.  DECALS AND IDENTIFICATION PLATE
TM 9-5130-338-12&P 2-5.  OPERATING PROCEDURES-Continued. a. Check hydraulic lines from power source to hydraulic impact wrench. b. Check    vehicle    hydraulic    reservoir.        Fill    if    necessary    in    accordance    with    applicable    vehicle    Technical Manual/Lubrication Order. c. Start power supply to pump and allow power unit to warm up. CAUTION Ensure  directional  control  is  set  to  clockwise  or  counterclockwise  limit.    Failure  to  do  so  will restrict oil flow and cause unnecessary strain on hydraulic supply equipment. d. Set directional control handle (1) for either clockwise or counterclockwise position. WARNING To  prevent  injury  to  personnel,  do not operate hydraulic impact wrench with trigger removed. NOTE Unless resistive force of object being turned  is  greater  than  50  pound-feet (lb-ft)   (67.8   Newton-meters   [Nom]), impact   feature   of   wrench   will   not function and hydraulic impact wrench    will    rotate    at    continuous speed. e. Press and hold trigger (2) for operation. f. Release trigger (2) to stop operation. g. Bleed  small  amount  of  fluid  from  hoses (3)   prior   to   storing   to   prevent   pressure build up in hoses. 2-6

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