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Figure 3-4. Single lift cylinder, disassembly and reassembly.
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Figure 3-5. Hydraulic reservoir, disassembly and reassembly.
TM 10-3930-630-34
Section IV. HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR
welding is possible, flush tank thoroughly to remove all
3-13.  Description
traces of explosive solvents, both liquid and vapor.
The hydraulic reservoir is mounted on the right side of
Weld per recommended specification (para 2-10).
the frame. Hydraulic oil is stored in the reservoir for use
in the hydraulic system. The reservoir is of welded steel
NOTE
construction.
Reservoir  must  be  thoroughly
3-14.
Hydraulic
Reservoir,
Removal
and
cleaned and flushed after repair.
Disassembly
c.  Inspect all parts for ,damage and replace
a.  Removal. Refer to TM 10-3930-630-12 and
as authorized. If tank damage is beyond reasonable
remove the hydraulic reservoir.
welding repair, replace tank.
b.  Disassembly. Disassemble the hydraulic
d.  Clean breather and gage screen reverse
reservoir in numerical sequence as illustrated in figure
flow of hydraulic fluid or compressed air
3-16.
Hydraulic  Reservoir,
Reassembly
and
3-15.
Hydraulic Reservoir, Cleaning, Inspection
Installation
and Repair
a.  Reassembly. Reassemble the hydraulic
a.  Flush reservoir (10, fig. 3-5) with cleaning
reservoir in the reverse numerical sequence as
compound,  solvent  (Fed.  Spec.  P-D-680).  Dry
illustrated in figure 3-5.
thoroughly with compressed air.
b.  Installation. Refer to, TM 10-3930-630-12
b.  Inspect tank for rust, cracked seams or
to install the hydraulic reservoir and bleed the hydraulic
damaged threads. If damage is such that repair by
system.
3-7

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