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Figure   29.   Expansion   Valve,   Adjustment,   Removal   And   Installation
TM 5-4120-259-15 Figure 28. STEP   2. STEP   3. STEP   4. STEP   5. STEP   6. STEP   7. STEP   8. STEP   9. INSTALL   NEW   COMPRESSOR   BY   REVERSING   ABOVE   ORDER   OF   REMOVAL. DISCONNECT   POWER   AND   REMOVE   RIGHT   SIDE   PANEL   (FIG.   13). REMOVE   EVAPORATOR   DRAIN   HOSE   CONNECTOR   PANEL   (FIG.   26)   AND PLACE  DRAIN  HOSE  AWAY  FROM  WORKING  AREA. DISCONNECT   ELECTRICAL   CONNECTOR   AT   COMPRESSOR   JUNCTION BOX   AND   PLACE   ELECTRICAL   CABLE   AWAY   FROM   WORKING   AREA. REMOVE   TAPE   FROM   SUCTION   LINE   TUBING   AND   PLACE   VALVE   SAMPLING TUBE   TO   ONE   SIDE,   TAKING   CARE   NOT   TO   KINK   THE   TUBING. UNBRAZE    TUBING    AT    REMOVAL    POINTS    INDICATED    (SEE    PAR.    96). REMOVE   COMPRESSOR   TRAY   FROM   FRAMING. REMOVE   COMPRESSOR   FROM   TRAY. PREPARE   NEW   COMPRESSOR   FOR   INSTALLATION   (PAR.   99). CAUTION: OBSERVE   PARAGRAPH   96   WHEN   MAKING   REFRIGERANT   CONNECTIONS. 43

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