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Figure 5-3. TM 5-4120-361-14 (1) Install coil and mist elimina- tor holder in air conditioner and secure to brackets with six screws, washers, and  lock  washers. The upper four screws, washers and lockwashers attach both the coil and mist eliminator hold- er; the lower two hold the coil only. (2) Refer to figure 5-3 and install coil support plate. (3)  Connect  tubing  to  coil.  Leak test as described in 5-6. (4) Refer to figure 4-1 and install evaporator air outlet louver. (5) Refer to figure 4-18 and in- stall heating elements. (6) Refer to figure 4-4 and in- stall housing top covers. 1. Caution should be exer- cised with fluorocarbon re- frigerant gas (freons) as they can displace oxygen and thereby cause suffocation. 2. Personnel with a history or other evidence of cardiac rhythm abnormalities should be made aware of the potential for aggravation of existing cardiac rhythm abnormalities or the induction of arryth- mias, as a result of exposure to fluorocarbon refrigerant gases  (freons). Such indivi- duals should be evaluated by local medical authorities be- fore working in environments where potential freon exposure may  occur. 5-10

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