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Andersen 40st Manual

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40ST 40 ST FS
Version 31 Version have purchased an ANDERSEN high quality winch This product is a result of many years and experience in producing winches for
sailboats This winch gives you a high
degree of functionality and many years of safe and easy sail har kbt et ANDERSEN spil af hj kvalitet Dette produkt er et resultat af mange samt
erfaring indenfor produktion af spil til sejlbde
Med dette spil fr De p hjt plan med henblik p at yde Dem en
behagelig samt sikker geehrter ANDERSEN kunde
wir Sie zu dem kauf einer ANDERSEN Winde ein Produkt hchster Qualitt
da ein Resultat jahrelanger und Erfahrung in der Produktion von Winden ist Die dieser Winde ermglicht Ihnen viele Jahre lang eine handliche
und sichere venez dacheter un winch ANDERSEN de grande qualit Ce produit est le rsultat de
longues annes dexprience et de dveloppement dans la production des winches pour voilier
Ce winch vous apportera de nombreuses annes de pour une voile Director
GENERAL to the best choice of materials and high precision in we recommend for
normal use only to dismantle clean and lubricate the winch once every second year use such as racing charter or blue water sailing we recommend to
lubricate the winch
once every year
We strongly recommend always using ANDERSEN WINCH GREASE when lubricating your
winch ANDERSEN WINCH GREASE is a high quality grease product
Most other types of grease including marine grease are not suitable for lubrication of grease products can cause malfunction which could result in
fatal injuries for the
user and others
Pawl arm springs should be replaced every second year Spare arm springs and other parts that
may be required are included in the ANDERSEN Service Kit Please refer to the service the Service Kit suitable for the specific winch
When the winch handle is not in use but the winch is under load we recommend from a safety
point of view to remove the winch handle from the winch
To ensure correct function of the selftailing unit only use recommended line sizes When using
the winch with mooring lines DO NOT use the selftailing function and be sure that the mooring line
is not in contact with the selftailing arm
To ensure the best possible functioning of the winch we recommend that the winch is placed in
accordance with the line entry shown below
Be also aware that selftailing arm is positioned correctly We recommend having the positioned within the shaded area On 12ST and 28ST the position of
the selftailing arm is
fixed making it very important to establish the proper location of the holes prior to drilling these in
the deck On all other models the selftailing arm can be placed in several different positions after
having installed the winch
40ST ver 31 40ST FS ver the winch is easy if you follow these instructions The numbers in refer to the in the parts list
Tools required for the key 4 mm
Allen key 5 mm
65 mm 14 drill
5 pcs M6 14 countersunk head screws and corresponding nuts length depending on x large washers or backing plate
Ring spanner to match nuts
Bedding compound
1 Drill bolt holes 65mm 14 using the winch template Be sure that no dust comes in
contact with the winch while drilling
2 Remove screw 1 and top cap 2
3 Remove selftailing arm 3 and drum 5
4 Apply a light coat of bedding compound on the bottom of the base 20 Ensure that each bolt
hole is bedded Keep drain grooves clear
5 Fasten base 20 into place using 5 pcs M6 14 countersunk head screws Use large
washers or a backing plate
6 Assemble in reverse order
7 Check that the winch is functioning correctly
The drum should operate smoothly by turning the drum clockwise by hand
The drum must not turn when trying to turn the drum anti clockwise
While turning the winch handle clockwise the drum should turn fast
While turning the winch handle anti clockwise the drum should turn slowly
40ST ver 31 40ST FS ver 11
Tools required for key 4 Winch grease
1 Remove screw 1 and top cap 2
2 Remove selftailing arm 3 and drum 5
3 Insert a winch handle Pull up the drive shaft 6 gently while turning gear wheel 19 and
ratchet gear 16 carefully Remove drive shaft 6
4 Remove lower pawls 10 arm springs 9 and springs 8 The upper pawls are not
5 Remove ratchet gear 16 and bushing 15
6 Remove ratchet gear 18
7 To release the roller bearing 11 gently insert a small screwdriver between roller bearing
and base 20 Remove roller bearing 11
8 Remove shaft 17 and gear wheel 19 Use a Clean all parts in benzine Remember to clean the gear teeth
10 Assemble in reverse order During assemble by the use of a small soft brush lightly grease
all gear teeth drive shaft roller bearing shafts pawls springs and bushings Pawls should
only be lubricated with a very thin film of ANDERSEN WINCH GREASE It is very important
that pawls can move When assembling the winch check the functioning of each pawl by pushing the
pawl against the spring The pawls should move smoothly and automatically return to their where the pawls engage with the teeth If the pawls do not
function correctly clean and
lubricate the pawls and gears Check the function of the pawls again to make sure that it If the pawls do not work correctly replace the springs and
recheck the pawls may lead to unexpected failure of a loaded winch resulting in or fatal personal Kit No 1 art no 710001 contains spare parts for
this winch
For current World Wide Distributor list please see
40ST ver 31 40ST FS ver 11
1 3 Screw ISO 1 Top cap
3 1 Selftailing arm 535220
4 1 Selftailing Top Model ST 537452
4 1 Selftailing Top Model ST FS 537412
41 1 Circlip 590300U
42 1 Top Ring 782211
43 6 Screw 781811
44 1 Disc Model ST only for 537452 535620
5 1 Drum complete 535411
6 1 Drive shaft complete 535300
7 2 Pawl special Not remove able 729300
8 2 Spring 533500
9 2 Arm spring 713300
10 2 Pawl 713200
11 1 Roller bearing complete 727400
12 2 Bushing Not remove able 716501
13 1 Bushing 729501
14 1 Cover 536200
15 1 Bushing 536000
16 1 Ratchet gear 711701
17 1 Shaft 536400
18 1 Ratchet gear 536100
19 1 Gear Wheel 729603
20 1 Base 741210
1 Service kit 1 710001
40ST ver 31 40ST FS ver 11
POS 4 537452 POS4 537412
11 ANDERSEN issue a threeyear warranty on all their products covering manufacturing and
material defects on condition that the products are used in normal fashion The warranty
shall apply for three years from the moment ANDERSEN sell the product concerned to the
first buyer
12 Within the period of the warranty and in accordance with the terms of the warranty
ANDERSEN undertake to replace or repair all defective components which have been used
in normal fashion
13 However the warranty is subject to the limitations and exceptions outlined below
2 Conditions and ANDERSENs liability shall be limited to repair or replacement of components which are
defective owing to manufacturing or material defects
22 ANDERSEN assume no other liability than this not even liability for indirect losses caused by
defect concerned including operating losses loss of profits or damage caused to real
property or moveable property occurring while the product concerned is in the possession of
the Buyer
23 The Buyer alone shall bear the and risk involved as to whether the product is
suitable for the application intended ANDERSEN assumes no liability in this ANDERSEN assume no liability for defects which occur due to use of
their products for
purposes for which they are not intended or for defects which occur owing to incorrect
installation corrosion ultraviolet degradation lack of maintenance or any alteration or repair
of the product carried out incorrectly by the Buyer Finally ANDERSEN assumes no liability
for normal wear and tear or for depreciation of value
25 Nor do ANDERSEN assume any liability for service carried out by anyone other than
authorised of ANDERSEN unless such service is carried out pursuant to
guidelines laid down by ANDERSEN and in accordance with good The buyer shall inform ANDERSEN in writing of any defects with no undue delay once
defects have been registered Products being dealt with under the warranty shall be
returned to ANDERSEN for repair unless any other agreement has been reached in writing
27 ANDERSEN shall not cover costs incurred by the Buyer in connection with the transport
or wages involved in a warranty case Such costs shall be met by the Buyer in full
3 The warranty is only valid for one year in respect of components bought for the products
concerned such as electric motors electric equipment hydraulic pumps motors and
32 ANDERSEN assume no liability for consequential damage of ships equipment property or
people by defects in ANDERSENs The companys products are subject to continuous development and consequently
ANDERSEN reserve the right to change designs and without prior notice

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