Quantcast Figure  4-21. Drain tubes, (2) Refer to figure 4-21 and re- move clamps which hold plastic drain tubes  to  fittings. c. Inspection and Servicing. (1) Inspect tubes for cracks, ob- structions and loose connections. (2)  Clean  tubes  with  low  pressure compressed air or flush with water. d. Installation. (1) Refer to figure 4-21 and re- place tubes and clamp securely. (2) Refer to figure 4-1 and re- place the evaporator inlet louver. 4-36. Liquid Line Solenoid Valve, L1 a. General. The normally-open liq- uid line solenoid valve is electrically closed when the mode selector switch is turned to COOL. When the temperature control thermostat is satisfied, the liquid line solenoid valve opens placing the refrigerant system in the bypass condition. removal and installation - TM-5-4120-361-14_76

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TM 5-4120-361-14 Figure  4-21. Drain tubes, (2) Refer to figure 4-21 and re- move clamps which hold plastic drain tubes  to  fittings. c. Inspection and Servicing. (1) Inspect tubes for cracks, ob- structions and loose connections. (2)  Clean  tubes  with  low  pressure compressed air or flush with water. d. Installation. (1) Refer to figure 4-21 and re- place tubes and clamp securely. (2) Refer to figure 4-1 and re- place the evaporator inlet louver. 4-36. Liquid Line Solenoid Valve, L1 a. General. The normally-open liq- uid line solenoid valve is electrically closed when the mode selector switch is turned to COOL. When the temperature control thermostat is satisfied, the liquid line solenoid valve opens placing the refrigerant system in the bypass condition. removal and installation b. Inspection front  cover) (1) Refer to rear  top  cover. (2) Refer to nut  from  valve. (See  WARNING  inside figure 4-4 and remove figure 6-3 and remove (3) Remove valve cover and inspect coil for cracks, breaks, loose connec- tions,    frayed wires or other defects. (4) Report any defects to direct support   maintenance. c. Test. Using a multimeter, test across the valve coil leads for contin- uity. If no continuity is indicated, the  coil  may  be  defective. Report  to direct support maintenance. 4-37. Pressure Equalizing Solenoid Valve, L2 a. General. The normally-open equalizing solenoid valve is electri- cally closed when the mode selector is turned to COOL. When power is switched from the solenoid coil the valve opens, equalizing the high side to low side pressure. 4-32

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