(2) Inspect tube assemblies for kinks, bends,
(6) Position gaskets (73), flange (74) and flange
cracks or other damage which might restrict flow or
(7-2); secure with bolts (70) and washers
result in leakage. Inspect nuts and sleeves on tube
assemblies for loose sleeves or. damage to nuts.
(7) Install gasket (80) and coupling clamp 179)
(3) Install handles on manual valves and
onto diffuser (85).
operate valve to ensure freedom of moving parts and
(8) Install tube assembly (59) onto union (60).
absence of binding.
then install new seal (51) to top of exhaust stack (55),
(4) Repair minor damage to tube assemblies
and position gasket (56, 57, 58) on top of frame (78).
using simple shop repair practices. If tube assemblies
Install exhaust stack (55) on top of
are damaged beyond simple repair practices, replace
previously installed gasket (56, 57, 58) on top of frame
the damaged assembly.
(78) and secure with bolts (52), washers (53, 54).
(5) Repair any minor damage to manual valves
(10) Install clamp (50) over seal (51) and secure
using simple shop repair. Replace frozen, damaged or
otherwise inoperative valves.
7-5. Bleed Air Lines and Fittings
c. Installation. Refer to TM 5-6115-586-12 for
a. Removal. Refer to TM 5-6115-586-12 for
b. Cleaning, Inspection and Repair.
(1) Clean all parts with an approved cleaning
solvent and dry thoroughly with filtered com- pressed