b. Have sufficient portable fuel containers on hand to collect the fuel that will be drained from the components of the
system during disassembly.
c. Connect the valve (39) that is closest to pump assembly (19) and transfer as much of the stored fuel as possible to
fuel transporters for shipment to the new site (Refer to paragraph 2-8b). Leave the tanker connected to the FSSP to
receive fuel as it is drained from the FSSP.
d. Start pump assembly (19) and open valve (17), one valve (22), and one valve (27).
e. Open valve (33).
f. Open valve (37) and (39) on valve which was connected to fuel tanker in step c.
g. Open three valves (3) and drain remaining fuel from each fuel tank (1) into hose
h. Disconnect each tank (1) from system and place caps onto open ends of valve (3).
i. Start pump assembly (10) and open valve (8) and three valves (6).
Running the pump assembly without fuel in its suction lines will badly
damage the pump. Turn off pump assembly as soon as fuel lines are
j. Open each of three valves (14) individually and drain all fuel from receiving lines and tank manifold lines.
k. Lift hose assemblies over the shoulder to create a siphoning action and walk the hose line to the pump assembly.
Dismantle valves, hoses, and fittings as you go and install caps and plugs into all dismantled components.
1. Refer to pump assembly technical manual and turn off pump assembly (10).
m. Dismantle manifold system as indicated in step k.
n. Turn off pump assembly (19).
o. Start pump unit on tanker in accordance with FM 10-71.
p. Dismantle remaining system as defined in step k.
q. Store hose assemblies and fittings in their original shipping boxes or other suitable containers for transportation.
2-12.6 CHANGE 1