Monday, July23, 2018

' Balmar Offshore Parts Kit Manual'

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19009 61 Ave NE 4
Arlington WA 98223
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GENERAL is recommended that this kit be installed by a qualified alternator expert
While the parts may appear the same as standard automotive and are exchangeable in size
the are special to our high output marine you have to attempt the repair yourself follow the steps below
1 Remove alternator and place on benchwork area
2 Remove pulley using 1516 inch socket preferably attached to an impact wrench If no
impact wrench is available use a 1516 inch socket hold socket with vice grip and insert
516 Allen wrench through the hole in the socket and into the rotor Nut is torqued on firmly
so sufficient force must be applied
3 Remove the four cap socket bolts using 532 inch Allen wrench
4 Carefully split the case apart leaving the stator with the rear housing
5 To remove the bearing first remove the rotor from the bearing then unscrew the screws and plate
6 Tap out the bearing and press in the new one Replace the retainer plate and replace The brush springs are probably hanging out now so do one of the
a Put the spring back in place insert the brush and slip a toothpick or small wire
through the rear of the case to hold the brush while you slide the rotor in place
b Install the new brush holder and pull the pin after the rotor is in place Care must
be taken to prevent any foreign material from entering the rear bearing
8 Diodes normally do not need replacement but when required should be pressed Reassemble above process has been presented in simplified form and
assumes a fair degree skills plus access to the basic tools 898

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