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Figure 6-2. Charging refrigerant system (Sheet 1 of 2)
TM 5-4120-361-14 NOTE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ENVIRONMENTAL PRO- TECTION  AGENCY  REGULATIONS  REFRIGERANTS CANNOT BE DISCHARGED INTO THE ATMO- SPHERE.  A  REFRIGERANT  RECOVERY  &  RECY- CLING UNIT MUST BE USED WHENEVER DIS- CHARGING  THE  REFRIGERANT  SYSTEM. OPERATION  OF  THE  RECOVERY/RECYCLING  UNIT MUST  BE  BY  AUTHORIZED  PERSONNEL  ONLY TO DISCHARGE SYSTEM: REMOVE  ACCESS  COVER.  REMOVE  LOW  PRESSURE CHARGING VALVE CAP. ATTACH A SUITABLE HOSE  TO  CHARGING  VALVE.  CONNECT  AND OPERATE A RECOVER/RECYCLING UNIT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS. TO PURGE SYSTEM: REMOVE  HIGH  PRESSURE  CHARGING  VALVE  CAP. CONNECT VALVE TO A CYLINDER OF DRY NITRO- GEN. ATTACH A SUITABLE DISCHARGE HOSE TO LOW  PRESSURE  CHARGING  VALVE.  OPEN  NITRO- GEN VALVE AND ALLOW NITROGEN TO FLOW THROUGH SYSTEM UNTIL ALL MOISTURE IS FORCED OUT. CLOSE NITROGEN CYLINDER VALVE. TO EVACUATE SYSTEM: CONNECT A VACUUM PUMP TO HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE CHARGING VALVES. START VACUUM PUMP AND RECORD TIME FOR MAXIMUM VAC- UUM READING ON GAGE. CONTINUE EVACUAT- ING FOR EQUAL PERIOD OF TIME. STOP PUMP AND OBSERVE GAGE. IF VACUUM HOLDS FOR A TIME EQUAL TO PUMP DOWN TIME, EVACUATION IS SATISFACTORY. SEE FIGURE 6-2 FOR CHARGING SYSTEM. Figure 6-1. Discharging and purging refrigerant system 6-3

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