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TM 9-2320-364-10      2-707 (65) Push the winch control lever (8) to the rear and reel in cable (9). (66) When the cable (9) is approximately 1 ft. (0.31 m) from winch release winch control lever (8). (67) Route the cable (9) to rear of winch (14). (68) Install clevis (12) to eyelet (13) with clevis pin (11) and cotter pin (10). Keep all personnel clear of winch area when winch is reeling in cable.  If hands are caught in winch or cable, or if cable breaks under tension, severe injury or death could occur. Do not reel in cable too tightly.  If too much tension is applied, cable or eyelet can break, or winch may be damaged.  Broken cables or roller guides can cause serious injury or death. (69) Push the winch control lever (8) rearward and take out all slack in cable (9). (70) When the cable (9) is stowed, release winch control lever (8).

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