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TM 5-4120-361-14 blocked or the valve’s power assembly is ruptured. The test for the power assem- bly is listed in the following paragraph (c). c. Test. Test the power assembly by removing   the valve’s sensing bulb from the suction bulb well (figure 4-22). Hold the sensing bulb firmly in both hands for two or three minutes. The warmth from holding the bulb should put enough pressure on the bellows to start the refrigerant flowing into the sys- tem. If cooling does not commence, the expansion valve    is  defective  and  should be  replaced. Report all defects to di- rect  support  maintenance. 4-39. Vent  Damper  Actuator. a. Removal. (1) Refer to figure 4-1 and remove the evaporator inlet louver. (2) Refer to figure 4-23 and dis- assemble the vent damper actuator and control assembly as follows: (a) Loosen the setscrew in the actuator. (b) Remove the actuator top bracket by removing one nut, three screws and three washers. (c) Raise the actuator nut and the actuator from the lower bracket. (d) Remove the screw and nut from the bracket on the vent door. (e) Remove inner cable from con- trol  assembly. (f) Remove outer nuts and grom- met on control assembly. (9) Remove control assembly outer cable. b. Installation. (1) Refer to figure 4-23 and in- stall the vent actuator as follows: Figure  4-23. Vent damper actuator removal and installation 4-34

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