The booster panel assembly weighs approximately 100 lb. This requires a two man lift to remove
from the cart chassis. Protect the hands from being pinched with gloves.
When removing or tightening a fitting to the high pressure filter, hold the filter body hex with a
wrench adjacent the fitting. Tightening the filter across its body may stress the filter housing
and cause leaks to develop. Extreme caution should be used to prevent contaminants such as
old Teflon tape, sealant, dirt or any other matter from falling into the tubing going to the booster
pump. This will cause booster pump failure.
Disconnect the Tank Connector Assembly (1) from the Booster Panel Assembly (2) at the High Pressure Filter
Disconnect the Tire Filling Hose (4) at the quick disconnect fitting and the High Pressure Hose Assembly (5) at
the swivel fitting. Remove both hoses from the chassis.
Remove the six bolts (6) and lock washers (7) that hold the Booster Panel Assembly (2) to the cart (8)
Carefully lift the Booster Panel Assembly (2), tilting it sideways with the booster pump (9) side first until the panel
assembly components clear the chassis (8).
Carefully lower the Booster Panel Assembly (2) between the frame rails, tilting it so that the booster pump (9)
side of the panel is lowered last. Align the panel assembly holes against the chassis mounting nut holes. Secure
the panel to the chassis by inserting the mounting bolts (6) through lock washers (7) and into the six panel
through holes and tightening the bolts.
Remove old Teflon tape or sealant from the pipe threads of the Tank Connector Assembly (1) at the High
Pressure Filter (3) while observing the caution above. Apply Teflon tape (D1) or sealant (D2) on the pipe
threads. Install and tighten the Tank Connector Assembly (1) at the High Pressure Filter (3).
Connect the Tire Filling Hose (4) at the quick disconnect and the High Pressure Hose Assembly (5).
Perform leak check and confidence test procedure per paragraph 2-8.
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