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T M    1 0 - 3 8 3 5 - 2 1 9 - 14 I n t e r v a l Item No. 3 4 Table    2-1.    Preventive    Maintenance    Checks    and    Services    (PMCS)    (cent). B   -   Before   Operation D   -   During   Operation B D A Item   to   be   inspected P r o c e d u re Hoseline   Assembly a. b . c. d . N  O  T E Hoseline   cannot   be   inspected   until removed    from    flaking    box. Inspect   hoseline   for   security   of   all coupling    clamps    and    rings.    Check    for damaged   couplings,   rings   or defective    gaskets.    Replace    damaged parts. Check    entire    length    of    hoseline    for any   breaks,   leaks   or   seepage   through hose   wall.   Repair   hose   by   using repair   kit   if   defects   noted. Check   entire   length   of   hoseline   for rubbing   or   chafing   against   trees, rocks,   suspension   towers   or   any objects   which   might   damage   hose- Iine.   Reposition   as   required. Check   for   security   of   all   suspension devices    if    used. Ejector   Jet   Assembly Inspect   couplings   and   adapter   (9)   and body   (10)   for   cracks,   plugged   ports   and thread   damage.   If   damage   is   found, notify    higher    level    of    maintenance A   -   After   Operation Equipment   is   not ready/available     if: Loose   or   damaged   clamps, rings   or   gaskets. Walls    are    excessively    worn or   hose   contains   breaks. Any   sign   of   leakage. Jet   assembly   is   cracked, ports   plugged,   or   threads d a m a g e d. 2 -6

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