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Figure 2-6. Operating instructions for cooling
TM    5-4120-361-14 CAUTION To avoid damage to the compressor electrical input power must reapplied to  energize  the  compressor  crankcase heater at least 4 hours before opera- ting unit in the cool mode. For pro- longed  periods  of  storage,  long  shut down periods or lengthly exposure (14 days or more) to sub-zero temp eratures,  the  preheater  should  be energizad for twelve (12 hrs) prior to. operation of the air conditioning unit in the cool mode. STEP  1. ROLL UP AND TIE CONDENSER COVER. STEP 2. OPEN INTAKE LOUVERS BY LIFTING TABS. STEP 3. TURN  VENT  CONTROL  ACTUATOR  TO  CLOSE  VENTILATION  DAMPER. STEP  4. TURN TEMPERATURE SELECTOR SWITCH TO MAXIMUM CLOCKWISE POSITION  (WARMER). STEP 5. TURN  ON  COMPRESSOR  AND  CONTROL  CIRCUIT  BREAKERS. STEP 6. TURN MODE SELECTOR SWITCH TO VENT AND ALLOW FAN TO REACH FULL SPEED, THEN TURN TO COOL. Figure  2-5.  Starting  instructions  for  cooling. 2 -9

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