Loosen two locknuts (10) and two lockwashers (11) and remove u-bolt (12) from exhaust diverter bracket (13).
Loosen outer worm gear hose clamp (14). Remove interflex tubing (15) from tube (16) on rear of lube tank (1).
Loosen two clamps (17) at heat inlet (18) and heater plenum (19). Remove 5" heater duct (20) from heat inlet
(18) and heater plenum (19).
Remove two bolts (21) and lockwashers (22) from manifold bracket (23). Remove heat inlet (18).
Remove eight locknuts (24), washers (25), and bolts (26) from mount brackets (27) on lube tank (1).
Steps (12) through (15) apply to all three lube compartments
Flip spring latch (28) on manhole cover (29). Lift up manhole lid (30)
Remove locknut (31) and formed washer (32) from bolt (33) Discard locknut (31)
Remove gasket retainer (34) and gasket (35) from manhole lid (30)
Check gasket (35) and gasket retainer (34) for wear or damage. Replace if necessary.
Stand clear when lube tank is lifted. It could fall and cause serious injury.
Position one person at each corner of lube tank (1) and lift lube tank (1) off of skid (3)
Repair. (Refer to Figure 5-27.
Clean all parts in a well ventilated area. Avoid inhaling solvent fumes and
prolonged exposure of the skin to cleaning solvent. Failure to do so can cause
severe injury or death. Do not use near flame or excessive heat Flash point of
solvent is 100° F to 138° F (38° C to 59° C)
Remove magnetic plugs (36) from bottom of lube tank. Flush out each of the three lubricant compartments in the
tank using dry cleaning solvent.
Inspect tank for cracks, defective manhole hinges, broken weldments, and other damage. Repair defective tanks.
Inspect manhole for damage, corrosion, gasket damage or wear or other conditions that could impair its sealing
ability. Replace parts as required.