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TM-10-4330-235-13P Filter Separator Liquid Fuel; Frame Mounted 350 GPM Capacity Manual
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TM10-4330-235-13&P 2-5   OPERATION a.  Starting. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Perform BEFORE operation PMCS. Slowly open air vent valve by pushing in and turning until the handle is engaged in the slot. Make sure that water drain valve is closed. Start the system pumping unit. Open  external  up-stream  valve  slightly  to  fill  the  filter/separator  slowly  with  as  little  pressure  as possible. When vessel is completely filled fuel will begin to come from the vent valve. Close vent valve and make a visual inspection for leaks. Fully  open  any  down-stream  valve  and  then  fully  open  up-stream  valve  to  begin  fuel  pumping operation. Perform DURING operation PMCS. If differential pressure indicates in the RED PORTION, STOP OPERATION IMMEDIATELY and notify unit maintenance. If gage indicates in yellow, refer to Table 3-1. If ball in sight gage reaches the mark on gage body, open manual drain valve to drain water. b. Fuel  Sampling. (1) It is mandatory that the performance of filter/separators on all aircraft refueling equipment be checked every   30   days   through   the   submission   of   samples   taken   from   the   effluent   stream   of   the filter/separators. (2)  The  adapter  attached  to  the  filter/separator’s  outlet  coupling  contains  a  sampling  probe,  which extends into the fuel flow. A Detector Kit, NSN 6640-00-244-9478, can be attached to the sampling probe to obtain fuel samples. NOTE For disposal of contaminated fuel, refer to FM 10-20. 2-6   SHUTDOWN a.  Stopping. (1)  Stop  the  system  pumping  unit. (2)  Close  the  up-stream  and  down-stream  valves  to  isolate  the  filter/separator  from  the  system. 2-9

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