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TM 10-6640-233-10 b.  Potable Source, Unpressurized System. (1)  Perform all steps above for Potable Source, Pressurized System (Paragraph 2-9a). (2)  Hook up the hose adapter, with garden hose, to the suction inlet (Figure 2-10) on the curbside exterior of the van. (3)  Close the tank/pump valve (Figure 2-13). (4)  Open the Pump/Suction Valve. (5)  Turn on the water pump switch located in the main power panel (Figure 2-5) and proceed to fill the tank. (6)  Close pump/suction valve (Figure 2-13). c.  Unknown Water Source, Pressurized System. (1)    Hook  up  the  garden  hose  as  outlined  in  paragraph  2-9a  above;  however,  switch  the  "WATER  FLOW FACILITY SUPPLY" to "FILTER" and switch the "FILTER VALVE" from "off" to "FILTER No. 1" (Figure 2-12). (2)  Proceed to fill the water tank as described in paragraph 2-9a. NOTE When "FILTER VALVE" filter No.  I is dirty or needs servicing, you can switch to "FILTER No.  2" position on the "FILTER VALVE" switch.  These filters remove sediment from the water source. (3)  Set the "TANK/SYSTEM" Switch and the "WATER FLOW FACILITY SUPPLY" Switch to "SYSTEM". (4)  Set the "FILTER VALVE" Switch to "OFF". (5) Close the pump suction valve (Figure 2-13). (6)  Open the Tank/Pump valve. (7) Turn on the water pump switch located in the main power panel (Figure 2-5) to pressurize the system. d.  Unknown Water Source, Unpressurized System. (1)  Perform all steps in paragraph c above for Unknown Water Source, Pressurized System. (2)  Perform steps (2) through (6) in paragraph b above for Potable Source, Unpressurized System. NOTE The  AOAP  Mobile  Laboratory  is  now  operational  and  ready  to  process  oil/grease  samples  from aeronautical or Nonaeronautical components. 2-42


 


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