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The rest of the story.

HEY, THERE'S A LOT MORE TO THIS MANUAL THAN THE PMCS TABLES!

YOU GOT THAT RIGHT.

MOST OF YOU OPERATORS ARE (OR SHOULD BE) VERY FAMILIAR WITH THE PMCS CHART IN YOUR -10 TM.

AFTER ALL, YOU SHOULD BE USING IT EACH TIME YOU DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE.

BUT DO YOU KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY?

THE -1O TM IS SO MUCH MORE THAN A PMCS TABLE, IT ALSO SHOWS ...

* What the equipment looks like.

* How tall, long, and wide it is.

* What kind of oil it uses.

* What each button, knob or switch does.

* How to operate the equipment in cold and heat.

* NSNs for needed cleaning and maintenance supplies.

* A step-by-step troubleshooting guide for when the gear is acting up.

IT TAKES AN INTIMATE KNOWLEDGE OF ALL PARTS OF THE -10 TM TO KEEP YOUR VEHICLE UP AND RUNNING.

AND NOW YOU KNOW ... THE REST OF THE STORY!
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Publication:PS, the Preventive Maintenance Monthly
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Date:Jul 1, 2006
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