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TM 9-2320-364-10 2-430      2-33.  LOADING AND UNLOADING CONTAINER (82 INCHES   (208 CM) OR TALLER) TO PLS TRUCK USING LIFTING   FRAME (LF) (CONT). b. Unloading Check for overhead power lines or other obstructions before attempting LHS operations.  LHS reaches a height of 18 ft. (5.5 m).  Injury or death could result if LHS contacts power lines. Do not attempt loading or unloading operations on a side slope greater than 5 degrees and/or fore/aft slope greater than 20 percent.  Before attempting loading or unloading operations on slopes you must determine if ground surface conditions permit safe loading or unloading operations.  Slopes that contain snow, ice, loose gravel or sand may not permit safe loading or unloading. Check ground conditions for firmness and extreme sideways inclination before picking-up or off-loading a container.  Any ground instability beneath road wheels could cause serious injury or death to personnel. Prior to and during any load or unload cycle, all personnel should stay clear of LHS, lifting frame, and container or serious injury or death may result. Check that ground conditions where container will be placed can support the container weight or damage to the container, lifting frame or LHS may result. NOTE For detailed instructions on how to operate the LHS on the truck, refer to (Para 2-29a.) “LHS Controls and Indicators”, (Para 2-29b.) “Picking-up a Flatrack in Auto Mode”, and (Para 2-29c.) “Off-loading a Flatrack in Auto Mode”. (1) Check area for operating room at front and rear of truck.  Check overhead clearance and ground conditions.

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