Clean parts in a well ventilated area. Avoid Inhalation of solvent fumes and
prolonged exposure of skin to cleaning solvent. Wash exposed skin thoroughly.
Dry cleaning Solvent used to clean parts is potentially
dangerous to personnel and property.
Do not use open flame or excessive heat.
Flash point of solvent
Wear eye protection
Clean all metal parts with
solvent and cleanthoroughly.
Inspect nozzle body (5) and Spout ( 1) for damage. Check free operation
(20). See Figure 4-13.
Inspect coupling half (6) for any damage. Check the gasket (7) and replace if
wires( 12 and 14) for breaks, fraying
and broken or missing
Make sure clip (13) jaws close firmly
and inspect plug ( 11 ) and nut ( 10) for ally
damage. If clip ( 13) or wire (12) are defective,
Do not shorten grounding
wire to less than 18 inches between contact and clip.
If grounding wire ( 14) is broken or frayed at the contact (9), it may he repaired.
Hold nut ( 19) and unscrew contact (9). Pull nut from wire ( 14) and cut off the frayed portion of
the wire. Trim plastic cover from the end of the wire and slide nut ( 19) over the end ( 14),
1/4 inch of wire to extend through
nut. Use a punch, or similar tool, to
spread the end of wire l/4
inch of wire to extend through nut. Use a punch, or similar tool, to
spread the end of wire (14) slightly,
then screw contact (9) onto nut ( 19).
If nut (10) was removed, use the same procedure as above to Install it on wire
air used for cleaning
call create airborne
may enter the eyes. Pressure will not exceed 30 PSI. Eye protection
Use low pressure compressed air to dry strainer element (4) and remove ally
Replace the strainer
if there is damage to the screen.
Replace any other parts that are damaged. Use a new 0-ring
packing (2) and gasket
(3) at assembly.