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[Time Stamp: 00:00] To defuel the reactor, workers stand on a six-inch thick, stainless steel, rotatable work platform, mounted on top of the reactor vessel.
[Time Stamp: 00:09] Through a slot in the platform, they use tools with thirty foot long handles to accomplish defueling operation.
[Time Stamp: 00:15] In October of 1985, workers began to remove the tops of some of the standing fuel bundles and other debris, to allow installation and operation of the canister positioning system.
[Time Stamp: 00:26] This is a carousel-type device suspended under the work platform.
[Time Stamp: 00:31] It holds five defueling canisters.