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NEWS | Oct. 13, 2022

TRICON Laundry System: New -10 TM Available

BLUF: A new TM 10-5419-215-10 (Oct 22) is available for the TRICON laundry system.
TRICON laundry system
A new operator’s manual for the TRICON laundry system, TM 10-5419-215-10 (Oct 22), is now available for download.

This -10 TM covers the tan expeditionary TRICON self-serve laundry system, NSN 5419-01-681-0948, PN 9-2-0356-2, and the green expeditionary TRICON self-serve laundry system, NSN 5419-01-681-0875, PN 9-2-0356-1. Chapter Four gives the operator PMCS instructions.

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