Sailtec Hydraulic Backstay Adjuster Service Maintenance And Repair Manual
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pounds inspect for temperature sensitive when using a dead stop so higher or lower pressure reading Handle should remain out when under pressu Service system if pressure loss occurs Pressure loss is caused by a worn cartridge release valve external oil 679GHIQ JpvXr2 hhh2h h8hhDh zNuzruzNu wu Vz p2j2 ZF0d 9p vRqDf0DlD DlDlDllDl LTH 3 UUUUUUUUU40 UUUU N7g3WAnWH 444444 918K1 2lAA0 aaa4330AaB0a6 6767654632M FWaAEhA105 6765454767673 A eEEkL4oExIaCu2 0AQ V 306L4TO234444 4444 4A O3OI4446 5 0000 p p0NpBP82930 CONGER COURT OSHKOSH WI 54904 USA DOWN Vise Propane torch Loctite PST 56747 Red Loctite Blue Loctite Blue RTV Sealer Spanner wrench Allen wrench 332X4224 532224 X 6224 316 X6224 275224 916224 and 58224 openend wrenchesWith piston rod fully extended position integral horizontally in softjawed viseNOTE If this is a cylinder depress Schrader Valve core to remove air pressure Remove stainless steel outside return line from the upper cylinder and lower pump elbow Loosen pump from cylinder several turns Hint Heat cylinder with torch to expand the cylinder at the pump and make turning the pu Elevate pump several inches above cylinder so oil does not drain out of the cylinder Remove pump assembly and set assembly aside Pour off oil in cylinder Remove gland cap by lightly heating cylinder and turning off gland cap Remove elbow from cylinder Remove Pullbushing assembly from cylinder Remove seals from piston being careful not to scratch the seal groove Clamp piston rod in vise heat piston head to break red LocTite and remove piston head from rod using a spanner wrench Remove rod bushing and gland cap Tap out bushing rings and bushing seals and remove wiper from the gland cap Polish out marks on rings and clean all parts thoroughly Disassemble pump Place in vise jaw up Turning the cylinder back onto the pump can help handling the Remove cartridge release valve handle pivot pin handle and pump piston subassembly Remove cap plug adjacent to pump piston bore CAUTION There is a large spring and ball and a small spring and ball beneath this cap plug227 careful not to Remove set screw elbow and gauge as necessary Disassemble cartridge release valve pump piston assembly and clean all components Flush pump body with pressure cleaner and blow out with compressed air Flush cylinder piston rod gland cap bushing and piston head with solvent cleaner and blow off with 2930 CONGER COURT OSHKOSH WI 54904 USA CYLINDER Clamp piston rod in soft jawed vise using a towel or denim material Gland cap Install wiper with lubricant oil or bearing marine greasepress cap onto piston rod Build brass bushing Using lubricant Upper Press poly pack do not remove 221O222 ringshing pocket Put brass ring in place Make sure lip of poly pack is toward pressure Lower Press pack without 221O222 ring in lower bushing pocket lip to pressure Stake ring in Press bushing onto piston rod using care not to damage rod seals Install backup ring and 221O222 ring on outside of bushing Backup ring flat first Place piston poly pack on rod with lip toward the bushing Apply Red Loctite to piston rod and piston head threads and install piston head TIGHTEN PISTON HEAD WITH A SPANNER WRENCH VERY TIGHT Install poly pack and wear ring on piston To install rod assembly in cylinder Line up groove in bushing with elbow port on cylinder Recent designs do not have bushing Press Walk cylinder onto pistonrod bushing assembly Tap bushing into cylinder with bushing groove lined up with elbow port on the piston Use Blue Loctite on capcylinder threads Tighten cap into place Wipe off excess Loctite Slide piston in and out Install elbow using 567 thread sealant REASSEMBLE PUMP Flush and clean Rebuild cartridge release valve and pump piston and 221O222 ring on cap screw Install the 274224 ball small spring 38224 ball large spring and cap screw in pump Install cartridge release valve pump elbow 116 pipe or18224 pipend gauge Replace backup ring and 221O222 ring on pump Assemble lever to pump piston using 274224 X 58224 pin Install above by greasing lining up and pressing the pump piston into place Hint using 58224 open end wrench on pump piston flats with lever in place will provide excellent control so you can press the piston into location by rocking and pressing Install pump pivot pin Use Red Loctite on knurled end of pin and drive securely with 274222 punch 2930 CONGER COURT OSHKOSH WI 54904 USA ASSEMBLY OF CYLINDER PUMP AND RETURN LINE Fixture cylinder open end up in vise with ram extended fully Add oil see below Put pump assembly on cylinder use Blue Loctite on threadsto place Replace plumb line Test for pressure See Test Procedure Checklist Install spacer between upper jaw and gland Pull out piston rod Pump to retract Pull out install spacer and pump to pressure Leave handle out under pressure Pressure holds at the set level If not pull out and push in piston rod and retest Let hang a day if possible to allow air bubbles to float out If pressure doesn222t hold it could be the check balls a cartridge release valve 221O222 ring or back up or If handle returns to upright by itself a check ball in the pump has dirt on it or doesn222t seat properly The system is designed to have a flushing jet internally To flush the valve seats and check balls extend piston rod the release valve tip the integral upside down and push piston rod full in Repeat a couple of times and retest results can be obtained by extending the piston rod clamping the integral upside down in a vise removing the pump piston and cap screw pulling the large spring and 38224 ball out with a magnet and examining the ball and internal seat for dirt Then replacing the parts and retesting the integral If the handle snaps back and it is the 38224 valve seat then a 340 ball can be used to replace the 38224 ball Remove the 38224 ball replace with a 340 ball tap gently into place once or twicelightly using a small punch and hammer This is designed in for field seat service OIL VOLUME10 Std 185 ML 210 Long 260 ML 312 Std 280 ML 412 Long 360 ML 517 Std 420 ML 617 Long 560 ML 722 Std 600 ML se 223Premium224 hydraulic oil ISO grade 32 or lighter Do not use transmission fluid ack oil or steering fluid 2930 CONGER COURT OSHKOSH WI 54904 USA ADD OIL TO AN INTEGRAL ADJUSTER Sailtec recommends using a premium hydraulic oil ISO 32 or lighter Oil fittings tube must be clean Fully extend piston rod Disconnect outside oil line from the upper fittingelbow Fill a 38224 piece of flexible hose CLEAR is bestwith ISO Grade 32 premium oil Attach the clear flexible hose to upper elbow the 38224 hose should push on to the 716224 elbow threadsPlace the other end of hose in a reservoir of hydraulic oil This line will act as a siphon so it needs to Connect a section of hose to the other pumpless line and run it to a pan or bottle to collect the overflow oil Slowly retractpush the piston rod into cylinder Hint This works best with the integral upside dow When oil stops being drawn from reservoir the cylinder is filled if the siphon line is free of most air bubbles Reconnect the stainless line and pump system If air bubbles are in the system it won222t hold pressure If that happens pull piston rod in and out a few times You may have to allow gravity to work air out CARTRIDGE VALVE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Line up hex nuts one under knob one on stem Install knob on stem Lubricate 221O222 ring on tip Turn the valve into the valve port turn in very slowly wiggle the body a little so 221O222 rings find port slide into place Tighten down securely with wrench 2930 CONGER COURT OSHKOSH WI 54904 USA INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Open release valve Fully extend piston rod Clamp cylinder in vise gauge face up Use soft jaws and cloth pads to prevent scratching Remove boot if there is one and remove gauge VERY IMPORTANT Do not allow foreign matter chips dirt etc in the gauge port IT IS ESSENTIAL TO KEEP THIS AREA CLEAN PREPARE REPLACEMENT GAUGE DO NOT cover the four leadin threads at the tip Place sealant on upper threads use Loctite PST 56747 or an equivalent high quality sealant Again do not cove the four leadin threads Install the gauge Tighten until very firm Orient gauge to orient dial Usually one or two threads are still exposed Over tightening can damage the gauge recommend the following Tighten securely with very firm hand pressure on the wrench Allow to set up 2448 hours Hang upright during this time Do not put pressure on integral during this time If glistening leak exists tighten one more revolution again not under pressure TT130T42UV EF HHEFa aHHEF a FHHEFa a aHHEFa fHHEFa aaHH E D ZQX DY QX MDY QX DY EhD EEadPQXEDYCcbB ECDCCe ia D QXDzzYYFFaHKS XYXY EDEDEeE j Bhja RyE TXYaDRy E I c a a CC5vAp AE PXaYddbQXdd EDYKTX FH FHYYCXddadQX FH CustomerDell Computer PDFMaker 91 for Distiller 951 CustomerDell Computer PDFMaker 91 for Distiller 951 679GHIQ JpvXr2 hhh2h h8hhDh zNuzruzNu wu Vz p2j2 ZF0d 9p vRqDf0DlD DlDlDllDl LTH 3 UUUUUUUUU40 UUUU N7g3WAnWH 444444 918K1 2lAA0 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