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USING ENGINE TO RECOVER FIELD WIRE OR CABLE
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TM-11-3895-209-14 Reeling Machines Cable Engine-Driven RL-207/G and RL-207A/G Manual
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CHAPTER 3 OPERATOR'S MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS - TM-11-3895-209-140025
TM 11-3895-209-14
2-8. USING ENGINE TO RECOVER FIELD WIRE OR CABLE - Continued
D To stop the reel axle, operate the control lever to the brake position,
E When the reel is full or when the end of the field wire is reached, secure the end of the field wire
to one of the holes at the edge of reel.
F Remove the full reel from the axle.
To stop the engine:
A Turn the THROTTLE control counterclockwise and pull it out to the idle position; turn it clock-
wise to lock it in position.
B Operate the IGNITION switch to OFF.
C Turn the fuel valve fully clockwise (off).
2-9. RECOVERING FIELD WIRE OR CABLE MANUALLY
NOTE
Only one axle may be used during manual recovery.
Install the wire reel on the axle.
Secure the end of the field wire or cable to the reel.
Remove the handcrank from its mounting inside the frame, below the engine control panel.
Fit the handcrank over the square end of the hub shaft and push the handcrank in until the spring-
Ioaded catch is engaged. Either axle may be used; however, the upper axle will permit the operator
to stand while turning the handcrank.
Press in on the handle Iockpin and swing the handle outward to the operating position.
Recover the field wire or cable by turning the handcrank.
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