(4) Open the sprinkler valves (F and G).
(5) Adjust the engine speed to 2900 rpm and drive over the designated area.
2-8. SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES.
When the water level in the water distributor is less than 500 gal (1893 I1), the low
level indicator light on the auxiliary control box panel will turn on.
a. Turn the auxiliary control box throttle control (13, Figure 2-2) to OFF immediately.
b. Turn the ignition switch (12) to OFF.
c. Push the instrument panel throttle control (3, Figure 2-1) all the way in until it stops.
d. If freezing weather is expected, completely drain the water distributor tank, the pump tank, and the plumbing lines
(see Figures 2-6 and 2-7).
Figure 2-6. Collector Box.
Figure 2-7. Piping Drain Plug.
2-9. FIRE FIGHTING OPERATIONS.
Do not handle fire hose alone. It Is a two per- son operation. One person must operate the engine while the
second handles the hose.
During fire fighting operations, water can be pumped from the water distributor tank or from an outside source
if it is close enough to the fire.
a. Remove the 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) dust cap (D, Figure 2-5) from the pump.
b. Connect the fire hose to the 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) pump fitting and connect the nozzle to the fire hose.
c. Pump from the water distributor tank.
(1) Open the discharge valve (A).
(2) Close the inlet valve (B, Figure 2-4).
(3) Ensure that the sprinkler valves (F and G, Figure 2-3) are closed.
(4) Start the water distributor engine (see paragraph 2-6h).
(5) Spray the fire.