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90.86 Figure 11-8.-M59 field range. The   range   outfit   can   be   used   for   boiling, roasting,  frying,  and  griddle  cooking  and  can  be adjusted to work as a bake oven. Some baking can be done in the covered roasting pan or in the cake pan placed  inside  the  covered  roasting  pan.  Pies bake well in the roasting pan alone. However, for all  other  baked  foods,  you  should  use  the  cake pan.  If  you  do  a  great  deal  of  baking  with  the range, make the necessary adaptation. For complete information on safety precautions operating   and   maintenance   instructions,   basic issue   items   lists,   and   maintenance   allocation charts,  you  should  refer  to  the  applicable  Army technical  manual  (TM).  Be  sure  you  have  the appropriate  TM  for  the  particular  range  model (for example, M59) that you are using. Operation   of   the   burner   unit   used   on   the model M59 field range is discussed next. Preheat Period When   you   are   lighting   the   M2   burner   unit installed   in   the   M59   field   range,   follow   these procedures in the order listed. (See fig. 11-10 for the part number in parentheses.) 1. Remove the burner  unit  from  the  cabinet  and take it to a well-ventilated, outside area. 2.  Close  the  preheater  valve  (6)  and  the  flame (generator) valve (9). 3. Stand the unit in a vertical position and loosen the fuel filler cap (12) by turning counterclockwise, slowly releasing air pressure. 4. Fill the tank until fuel can be seen at the base of   the   fuel   filler   cap   (12).   CAUTION:   Do   not overfill! 5. Install and tighten the fuel filler cap (12). 6. Remove the air valve cap (5). Place the unit in a horizontal position and attach the hand pump to the air valve (5). 7.  Pump  until  the  air  pressure  gauge  (11)  reads 10 to 20 pounds. 8.  Rotate  the  preheater  orifice  cleaner  control lever (7) several times to clean the preheater orifice; the handle should be pointing down  when  you  are finished. 9.   Place   a   lighted   match   near   the   preheater burner  head  (3)  and  open  the  preheater  valve  (6) one-fourth of  a turn. 10.  Allow  the  preheater  burner  head  (3)  to  burn for  30  seconds  after  ignition  or  until  the  flame burns  evenly.  Then  turn  the  preheater  valve  (6) counterclockwise until it is completely open. 11.  Allow  the  preheater  burner  head  (3)  to  burn until the full length of the generator (1) is hot to the touch. 12.  Set  the  air  shutter  handle  (8)  in  a  half-open position. Conversion Period Turn the flame valve (9) slowly counter-clockwise to   the   open   position.   The   burner   should   ignite before the valve is completely open.  Adjust  the  air shutter  level  with  the  air  shutter  handle  (8)  until the   burner   flame   color   is   sea   green.   Turn   the preheater valve (6) clockwise. The normal operating pressure is 10 to 20 pounds. 11-8

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