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16-22.  ACCUMULATOR SERVICE
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TM-9-2320-364-34-3 Palletized Load System (PLS) M1074/M1075 Manual
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Close nitrogen cylinder shut-off valve
TM 9-2320-364-34-3 16-142 16-22.  ACCUMULATOR SERVICING (CONT). Ensure charging cylinder contains dry nitrogen.  Dry nitrogen tanks are marked with one or two black bands.  Certain other gasses can cause accumulator to explode.  Failure to comply may result in injury to personnel. (3) Attach charging regulator (6) to nitrogen cylinder (7). (4) Position valve (8) on valve stem (5).   Do not tighten valve (8). (5) Back out stem of valve (8) until stem no longer contacts valve stem core (5). (6) Close valves (9) and (10). (7) Open nitrogen cylinder shutoff valve (11) and observe nitrogen cylinder pressure gage (12).  Pressure must be greater than 250 psi (1,724 kPa). NOTE Pressure regulator valve is opened by turning clockwise and closed by turning counter- clockwise until handle turns freely. (8) Open pressure regulator valve (13) until gage (14) reaches between 15 and 20 psi (103 and 138 kPa), then close pressure regulator valve (13). (9) Open valve (10) and tighten valve (8) just before gage (14) reaches 0 psi. (10) Open pressure regulator valve (13) until gage (14) reads between 190 and 210 psi (1,310 and 1,448 kPa). (11) Turn stem of valve (8) clockwise until nitrogen begins to enter accumulator (3). Allow accumulator (3) to fill slowly. 14 13 6 9 12 8 11 7 10 5 8 3

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