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TM-5-4120-375-14 Air Conditioner Horizontal Compact 18 000 BTU 208 Volt 3 Phase 50/60 Hertz NSN
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INSTALLATION - TM-5-4120-375-14_207
TM5-4120-375-14 REFRIGERANT TUBING (CONT.) LOCATION/ITEM ACTION REMARKS REMOVAL 7. Tubing a. Discharge  the  system  in  accordance  with  paragraph 5-12. b. Debraze  tubing  in  accordance  with  paragraph  5-14. WARNING Polyurethane  foam  insulation  breaks  down  to  form  toxic  gases  when heated  to  brazing  temperature. NOTE When  debrazing  refrigerant  tubing  or  fittings  near  an insulated wall of the air conditioner,   fabricate a sheet metal shield to deflect the flame of the torch away from the insulation. Per  form the operation in a well ventilated area. NOTE When  debrazing  tubing  from  expansion  valves,  solenoid  valves or other components that could be warped or damaged by brazing temperature,  the  component  should  be  disassembled  to  the  extent possible,  and  the  body  alone  brazed/debrazed. If disassembly is impractical  or  impossible,  the  entire  component,  except  for  the  joints to be heated should be wrapped in wet cloth to act as a heat sink. INSPECTION 8. Tubing a. Inspect  tubing  and  fittings  for  nicks,  cuts,  cracks or kinks. b. If damage appears to be minor, leak check in accordance  with  paragraph  5-16. c. If no leaks are found consider tubing serviceable. 5-38

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