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CHAPTER 4 ORGANIZATION   MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
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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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SERVICE  UPON  RECEIPT  CHECKLIST - TM-5-4120-375-14_37
TM5-4120-375-14 SECTION II. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT 4-4. UNLOADING THE EQUIPMENT. The crated air conditioner may be unloaded and moved by any means, provided the unit weight is supported by the base platform. 4-5. UNPACKING THE EQUIPMENT. CAUTION So that the unit is protected,    it should be left crated until moved to the location where it is to be installed. a. General. To uncrate the unit,   remove the bands from the top panel and lift off the top. Remove sides in a similar manner. The unit is then ready for inspection. b. Depreservation. Prepare the air conditioner for inspection and operation as outlined on DA Form  2258 (depreservation  Guide  for  Vehicles  and  Equipment. 4-6. INSPECTING  AND  SERVICING  EQUIPMENT. a. Inspect  the  entire  air  conditioning  unit,  including  motors,  fans, controls, etc.,   to be certain that all parts have been received and without damage. Report  any  deficiencies  to  the  proper  maintenance level. CAUTION Do not remove tags from equipment until the instructions have been followed.  Failure  to  follow  these  instructions  can  result  in  serious damage to the equipment. b. Test the joints in the refrigerant circuit for leaks in accordance with  paragraph  5-17. 4-2

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