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0. When working near the engine room, always put on a rad suit and mesons. 1. Turn on the pumps and set to max. Do not turn on pump A, otherwise you will suck all the phoron out of the hot loop and the core. 2. Change the filters from nitrogen to Phoron as shown, then turn them on. 3. Wrench down and drain two phoron cannisters on each of the pads. Let them empty completely. 4. Wrench down a CO2 cannister on the pad. 5. Use the top button to open the SM shutters. Ensure you are wearing mesons. 5a. Alternatively, Use the button in the monitoring room. Use the camera console to verify the shutters are open before turning on the emitter. 6. Turn on the emitter. Give the core 20 shots. 6a. Alternatively, use the button in the monitoring room. 7. For basic configuration, set input and output to max on the SMES. Alternatively, you can retrieve a capacitance and a transmission coil from hard storage to install. The SMES must be completely drained and turned off in order to do so. Once drained and off, screwdriver the SMES to open the access panel and then stick the coils in. Screwdriver again, set input and output to max and turn them on. A. Refers to the emergency phoron purge. Place an empty cannister on the pad, wrench it down and turn on the pump while putting in phoron at pads 1 and 2. Only do this if the crystal integrity is failing. B. Refers to the emergency cooling valves. These will temporarily cool off the core, but your generators will not supply power to the station while they are open. C. Refers to the core vent button. Faster than the emergency phoron purge, but if it stays open for more than a couple seconds, the crystal will delaminate. Ensure you immediately replace the phoron that was vented. This button opens the shutters to space and is used for an emergency core ejection.

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