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Figure 2-2. Fuel System Operation.
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Figure 2-3. Preparation for Movement.
TM  10-4930-232-12&P (2) Open gate valves (2) and (3) in the hoseline between the fuel transporters (or pipeline) and the fuel storage tanks (4) to permit flow of fuel to the tanks. NOTE Refer to applicable technical manual for pump operation before starting pump (3)  Start  pump  (5). (4) When all fuel is transferred from transporter, or tanks are full, shut down the pump (5) and close gate valves (3, 2 and 1). b. Fuel Dispensing.  Perform the following steps for dispensing fuel: NOTE Fuel is normally drawn from one tank (5) at a time while valves (3 and 4) leading to other tanks (5) in the system are closed to minimize friction loss and reduction in pumping capacity. (1) Open gate valves (3, 4 and 7). Ensure that quick-acting valves (8,9, 10, 11 and 12) are closed. NOTE Refer to applicable technical manual for pump operation before starting pump (2)  Operate  pump  (13). (3) For dispensing through 3-inch quick-acting valve, open valve(s) (10) and valve(s) (11). (4) For dispensing through 1-1/2-inch quick-acting valve, open valve(s) (8) and valve(s) (9). (5) For dispensing through service nozzle, open valve (12) and operate lever on service nozzle (14). (6) When dispensing operation is completed, release lever on service nozzle (14) and/or close all discharge valves. Shut down pump (13). NOTE Gate valves (3 and 4) may remain open unless dispensing operation is completely shut down, or fuel storage operation is to be performed. 2-7. Preparation for Movement  (figure 2-3). Prepare the fuel system for movement to another site in accordance with the following procedure: NOTE All index number references in the following steps refer to figure 2-3. 2-8

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