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(1999) TM 10-8340-240-12&P Operator's and Unit Maintenance Manual for Modular General Purpose Tent System

(1999) TM 10-8340-240-12&P Operator's and Unit Maintenance Manual for Modular General Purpose Tent System

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Published by Inveteratus
September 30, 1999 dated manual.
September 30, 1999 dated manual.

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TM 10-8340-240-12&PTECHNICAL MANUALOPERATOR’S AND UNIT MAINTENANCE MANUAL,INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LISTFORMODULAR GENERAL PURPOSE TENT SYSTEM (MGPTS)
NSN 8340-01-456-3633 (SMALL)NSN 8340-01-456-3628 (MEDIUM)NSN 8340-01-456-3674 (LARGE)DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A
Approved for public release: Distribution unlimited.
HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY30 SEPTEMBER 1999
 
TM 10-8340-240-12&P
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All tent guy ropes must be staked down.
Lethal voltage is present when light set is connected to power source. Disconnectfrom power source before inspecting or repairing any electrical component.
Electrical shock or death 
may result from failure to acknowledge this warning.
Do not use any type of non vented heaters. The use of non vented heaters willcause the accumulation of Carbon monoxide gas. Carbon monoxide gas is notvisible and has no smell. If symptoms of headache, dizziness, fatigue, nausea, or irregular breathing occur, move affected personnel to fresh air.
Failure to complywith this warning may result in personal injury or death.
All fuel burning heaters consume oxygen. Adequate ventilation must be maintainedat all times. Keep roof vents clear of snow, ice or debris. Open doors, windows,flaps, hook and loop fastener wall closures as needed to introduce sufficient fresh air to replace oxygen consumed by heaters. If symptoms of headache, dizziness,fatigue, nausea, or irregular breathing occur, move affected personnel to fresh air.
Failure to comply with this warning may result in personal injury or death.
Do not run internal combustion engines inside tent without sidewalls rolled up.
Failure to comply with this warning may result in personal injury or death.
Mid and End Sections are heavy. Four personnel are required to lift each section. Always lift with your legs
not 
with your back.
Side pole bottoms may slip or kick out on hard or slippery surfaces. Maintain controlof side pole and center poles at all times when lifting. Two persons are required tolift and position each side pole, and three persons are required to lift each center pole.
Always begin raising the tent from downwind, lowering from upwind side. This willprevent wind from getting underneath and moving partially raised unsecured tent.
Use care to ensure fingers, or other parts are not caught in center pole hinge point.
Three personnel are required to put center pole in tent and raise it. Always lift withyour legs,
not 
your back.
Ensure all personnel and equipment have been removed from tent before striking or lowering.
 
Do not smoke when using seam sealer or adhesive. Do not use seam sealer, or adhesive around open flame.
Seam sealer is flammable.
Use seam sealer and adhesive in well ventilated ares only. Use personal protectiveequipment to prevent inhalation of fumes. In case of dizziness
leave area immediately.

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