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TM-5-4320-234-12 Pump Centrifugal Self-Priming Gasoline Engine Driven Wheel Mounted 6-Inch 1500 GPM Capacity At 60 Foot Head Manual
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CHAPTER 3. OPERATOR / CREW MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-5-4320-234-120019
TM 5-4320-234-12
b. While filling the fuel tank, take care to prevent
The specific gravity of a fully charged battery should be
1.250.
the entry of sand and dust into the fuel system. Watch
f. Service the fuel filter frequently to remove any
the fuel strainer bowl for accumulations of dirt.
moisture which may have collected in the fuel bowl.
2-10.  Operation Under Rainy or Humid Conditions
2-7. Operation in extreme heat
a. Take care to prevent the entry of moisture into
a. Protect the pump assembly from direct rays of
the fuel system.
You should fill the fuel tank
the sun if possible.
immediately after every operating period to prevent
b. Allow adequate space for ventilation.
moisture in the air from condensing and entering the
c. Keep the engine and radiator clean to provide
fuel system.  Maintain a careful check of the fuel
strainer bowl for collection of moisture.
proper heat transfer to the air.
b. Take special care to prevent rust and corrosion
d. Check that the lubricants used in the engine
of exposed metal surfaces.
comply with the recommendations of the current
lubrication order, figure 3-1.
2-11.  Operation in Salt Water Areas
e. Increase battery PMCS frequency.
a. Because of the corrosive action of salt water,
2-8. Operation in High Altitudes
use fresh water to wash off any salt water that comes in
contact with the equipment. This will help you prevent
The operating efficiency of the engine diminishes at
the formation of rust and corrosion.
high altitudes. Make sure that the engine is operating at
b. Take special care to prevent rust and corrosion
peak efficiency to provide the highest possible pump
of exposed metal surfaces.
output.
2-9. Operation in Sandy or Dusty Areas
a. The frequency of air cleaner service must be
increased when you are operating the pump assembly
under conditions of extreme sand or dust.
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