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TM 5-4120-361-14 b. Repair.   Repair any leaks. Straighten bent fins. Repair or replace damaged tubing if possible. Replace coil if repair is not practical. 6-7. Solenoid Valve. a. General. Replaceable parts are the coil bonnet assembly, diaphragm and the preformed packing. See  figure  6-3. b. Coil Replacement. Replace coil as  follows: (1) Remove electrical connector from solenoid valve leads. (2) Remove nut on top of housing. Lifting housing and sembly from bonnet assembly. valve coil  as- (3) Remove coil from housing. (4) Install coil bottom plate with edge  upward. (5) Install lower coil sleeve with flange  at  bottom. Install coil with lead exits at bottom. (6) Install coil spring with flat edges upward and upper coil sleeve with Figure  6-3. Solenoid valve, exploded view 6-6

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