Henderson Mkv Pump. Manual Pump Removed
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I-Ienderson Pumps &
Cowes PO31 7L3Z
. ENGLAND . -
Tel. 0983 293732
Telex 86656 Ratsey G
'T I t is considcrcd ndvisnblo tlint
sen cock is incorpornted in the .
hlOUNTINC INSTIlUCTIONS Iinc to eliminnte the risk of
1. Sclcct n suitable position whcre s y honing buck w h e n t h e vessel
Lllc purn cnn be opernted is Feeled.
clficicntfypnd comlortnbly with 7. T c s t the instnllntion for eirlenks.
the full movement of the handle correct priming a n d dischnrge.
obtninulllc. T h e too covcr should
bc rendily nccessible in cnse of
T h e purn11 will work in nny
U/D MODEL WITH
ntLitude in a n y port of the bout HANDLE SEAL
nnd'tlic flori, direction can be MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
chnngcd, ns ovcrlcnf, to incrense 1. A s TIA & LIT Models.
tlle optiorls nvnilnblc. 2. hlnrk off nnd drill tllo Inr
2. blrlrk o l l nttd ilrill t111i1 11010.9 lor ~ I I8I S~ I ~ ~~l i~l~(1r
Lhc i n o u i ~ t i r ~
g (Murkcd 'C scnl is not rccluircil drill 4 l~olcs
on Llrc plnn). for the mounting bolLs nnd c u t a
3. Cornplcle the instnllntion using slot to clenr the rocker arm).
. Grnnl (K ") bolts. 3. Coniplete the instnllntion using
4. ALtnch 38mm ( l ' / r a hose ) to the Gmm (%"I counter sunk screws.
inlet nntl outlet brnnchcs rnnking 2-Screws tluough sent, bulkhend-
s u r e Lhnt nn nirLiglit scnl is nnci pump.
nindc. 4-Screws tluough sen1 and
5. 'I'hc suction pipe should be bulkhend.
nrrnngcd s o thnt i t will not suck 2-Screws through - bulkhead nnd
nxninst nny flat surfnce. A pumi'.
I~lentlcrsori strum-box is T h e rubber scnlshould fit tightly
nvnilnl)lc for this purpose nnd to over tile p u m p rocker nrm.
I~clp clear Lhc InsL dro of water. 4.-7. 'As 'r1A & L/T Modcls.
6. '1'11~ outlct ipe s h o u l i b e
tcrminnLccfnt n skin fitting well
nbove the wnter linc prcfe~nbly
in the trnnsom.
PLAN VIEW O F I-IOLES
. &NUT COVER SEAL
TOP COVER ' .. i
i-lendersonMlr V Pump .
.. . .
T O CI I A N G E Ti-2 DIIiECTION IFTIIE PUhlP F A ~ T P R I M E -::,
Olt' FLOW 011 CIIOKE, .-'' 'PCA Folk
liemovc the 8 nssembly bolts, nnd 1. Air ledcq oi L.,,:Lnacs in thc inlet
]lose nna ; n comleiition to the
rcnssenible the pump a u required.
T h e vnlvcs sllould not be removed
from the body. Tho outlet should not
be p u t in l i e with the handleof the
2. A torti dinplungm.
3. Dirt under tile vnlves or distorted
U l' or TIA versio~is. vnlves. ..
4. ~ o l l n ~ok
setlie inlct hose during , . ,
T O CI IANGE Tl!E ILUBUER - the suctlon stroke. -
1. First rcmove the top cover, the S P A R E PARTS . ...
body and the rocker a r m nut. Iiubber nrts are avnilnble in kit
2. Tlle old dinpiungm cnn now be form nna)nll pnrts are avnilnble ns
r c p l n c ~nnd
l tlie rockcr nrln n u t spores scpnrntcly fro111your chnndlcr
put on finger tight. (UoLlr or by return post direct from our
L)inplungnl p ! a ~ c s sliould hnve factory.
the rounded edge towards the
3: Itc~nove ~ l i old
c inlet vnlve nnd
plnlc nnd rcplncc with new. E?(TItA 1::2UII'hlENT
4. Unscrew thc 4 screws nround the AVAILAULE
outlet brn~ich.rcmove the old Wntertight sen1 for UID rncldeL
vnlve tlicn replncc with ncw fiiing Dclrin-skin fitting for 1%" h o s a
i t with the 4 ncw scrcws provided. 1%" reilforcsi hose.
S~ninlcss stcr.1 hose clips.
5. ftcnssc~nblc ~ l l body
e onto the '
rcnr cover nncl fi~llv tiglitcn 1110 Top & sidc entry strum-bodbilge
eight nssenibly lo:.^ nnd rocker slrnincr.
nrlri nut. 2 wny ctiverter vnlvc.
6. Itc~novc Llie old sen1 from the top 1l/I" right nngle bend
covcr, replnce wit11 new tllcn 'Y' junction.
screw firnily o ~ l t o thc body. Spnrcs kit.
N.13. 'l'lic outlct vnlve con be replnced Iinndlc clips.
without rcnlovulg the pullilj body. In-line non-rcturn vnlvc.
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