4-33. PLUMBING- REPLACE.
This Task Covers:
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's: Automotive (Appendix B, Section III, Item 1).
Teflon Tape (Appendix E, Section II, Item 7).
Dry Cleaning Solvent (Appendix E, Section II, Item 3).
Rag, wiping (Appendix E, Section II, Item 1).
Unit shut down and cool.
Enclosure Removed (para. 4-13).
Compressor Belt Removed (para. 4-31).
a. Removal. (Refer to Figure 4-24).
Before removal, clean all grease, oil, and dirt from air line fittings to help
prevent system contamination.
The following procedure is typical of all air compressor assembly hoses, lines,
valves, and fittings.
Open condensate drain valve on reel cabinet to relieve tank pressure.
Verify that pressure has been relieved by reading the air pressure gauge. It should read zero.
Remove air tubing (1), elbow fitting (2), and adapter/extender (3) from check valve (4).
Remove braided steel hose (5) from check valve (4).
Remove street elbow (6), nipple (7) and check valve (4) from air compressor (8).
Remove nipple (7) from street elbow (6) and check valve (4).
Remove tee male branch (9), bushing (10) and relief valve (11) from air compressor (8).