9. REMOVE PLUG
1. CLEAN ALL METAL PARTS IN CLEAN SOLVENT.
BLOW DRY WITH AIR.
a. A metal plug (20) and seal (21) is used to plug a
a. Do not wipe parts with a cloth or paper towel
machining hole in housing (11).
It is not
because lint or other matter can get into
necessary to remove plug and replace seal
hydraulic system and cause damage.
unless leakage is occurring around plug. To
remove plug, insert a 3/16 inch Allen wrench
b. Wash housing (11) with nonpetroleum base
through port opening and push it out.
solvent to remove oil, grease, and debris.
Petroleum base solvents may leave residue
detrimental to successful use of Loctite. Pay
particular attention to four tapped holes on
Dry cleaning solvent P-D-680 is
toxic and flammable.
Fully cured Loctite resists most
protective goggles and gloves
solvents, oils, gasoline, kerosene,
and use only in a well ventilated
and is not affected by cleaning
area. Avoid contact with skin,
operations. It is not necessary to
eyes, and clothes and don't
remove cured Loctite that is
breathe vapors. Do not use near
securely bonded in tapped holes;
open flame or excessive heat.
however, any loose particles of
The flash point is 100F-138F
cured Loctite should be removed.
(38-59C). If you become dizzy
while using cleaning solvent, get
c. Wire brush screw threads to remove any cured
fresh air immediately and get
Loctite and other debris. Discard any screws
medical aid. If contact with eyes
that have damaged thread or a corroded,
is made, wash your eyes with
damaged, or rounded head.
water and get medical aid
d. Wash screws with non-petroleum base solvent.
Blow dry with compressed air.
Compressed air used for cleaning
purposes will not exceed 30 psi.
Use only with effective chip
guarding and personal protective
1. INSPECT MOTOR COMPONENTS.