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Figure 2-1. Typical Layout of Fuel System
TM 10-4930-232-12&P Table 2-1.  Operator Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) (Cont). Item Interval Item to Be Procedure Not Fully Mission No. Checked or If: Serviced 13 During Couplings Check for leaks at seal, gasket Leaks are observed or or fittings.  Hardware missing or hardware is unservice- damaged. able. 14 During Quick-acting valves Check for leaks at seal, gasket Leaks are observed or or fittings.  Hardware missing or hardware is unservice- damaged. able. 15 During Collapsible tanks Refer to PMCS in applicable technical manual 16 During Filter/separators Refer to PMCS in applicable technical manual 17 During Pumps Refer to PMCS in applicable technical manual 18 During Nozzles Refer to PMCS in applicable technical manual Section III.  OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS Paragraph Page 2-5 Installation ............................................................................................................. 2-4 2-6 Operating Procedures ........................................................................................... 2-6 2-7 Preparation for Movement..................................................................................... 2-8 2-5. Installation.  Figure 2-1 shows a typical layout of the fuel system.  It should be used only as a guide since terrain features of the site and specific application will dictate the final configuration.  Plan the most efficient layout for the selected site, making the best use of natural cover and level terrain.  Plan for good access for vehicles loading and unloading fuel. NOTE Make  sure  all  dust  caps  and  plugs  remain  in  place  on  components,  hoses,  and  fittings  until  they  are connected into the system. a. When  setting  up  the  system,  select  a  site  that  will  provide  relatively  level  terrain  to  locate  the  equipment. Clear away dry leaves, grass and brush from the site where the pump assembly will be operated. NOTE All references to index numbers in the followings steps refer to figure 2-1. b. Position major components of the fuel system first. (1) Emplace   the   10,000   gallon   collapsible   fuel   tanks   (1)   in   accordance   with   instructions   contained   in applicable technical manuals. (2) Emplace  the  350  gpm  pump  assemblies  (2)  in  accordance  with  instructions  contained  in  applicable technical manuals. (3) Emplace  the  350  gpm  filter/separator  units  (3)  in  accordance  with  instructions  contained  in  applicable manuals. * U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE:  1996-554-024/48333 2-4  Change 2

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