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TM  5-4120-259-15 Figure   37.   Refrigerant   System   Discharging,   Evacuating   And   Charging   Arrangement.. d.  Making  Brazed  Joints. (4)  Slip  tubing  into  fitting  until  it  seats properly. (1)   Cut   tubing   according   to   paragraph (5)   Blow   all   traces   of   refrigerant   from a,  above. that part of the system which is to be brazed   before   applying   heat.   Oil (2)  If  not  perfectly  round,  size  the  end pumped nitrogen gas should be bled of  the  tube  with  a  sizing  tool. through   the   tubing   or   pipe   being brazed   to   maintain   neutral   atmos- (3)   Clean   the   ends   of   the   tubing   with phere   within   the   tube.   This   should crocus  cloth  or  wim  brush.  Do  not be  continued  after  brazing  until under  any  circumstances  use  sand- temperature of the tube has been paper,  emery  cloth  or  steel  wool  for duced  below  the  temperature  of this purpose. idation. the re- 55

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