TROUBLE CHARTS - Continued
4. TOO MUCH
A. Remove 200281 cap by turning to left. Remove 400145 spring and cut
one coil from the end.
When this is the
trouble, the 200287
control handle will
net raise all of the
way to UP position
after the knockout
but will jerk up and
Clutch and UP
5. Low oil pressure on
A. To check pressure, stop motor and insert a 150 pound or over hydraulic
pressure gage in place of the 1" pipe plug on outer side of 200261 control
causing loss of
B. Start motor and put 200287 control handle in Clutch position to obtain
piston which puts
reading. Pressure should be 95 to 100 pounds.
pressure on 453918
spring to trip control
C. To adjust pressure, remove 300372 cap on top of control valve and lift
handle 2C287 See
out 400152 spring and 300429 seat disc. Then loosen lock nuts on seat
disc 300429 and adjust to put more or less pressure against 400152
spring to obtain more or less oil pressure. See Fig. 4.
6. 300354 CONTROL
A. See Page 12, Items 4A and 4B for abnormal feed down of saw frame
1. TOO THIN OR TOO
A. See Page 9, Item 4A for oil specifications.
HEAVY AN OIL IN
B. This machine is not designed for extremely light oil except where used in
cold temperatures. The use of exceptionally thin hydraulic oils may
result in excessive leakage.
A. Replace 403529 Greentweed Seal.
SEAL ON 401979
B. Replace 450245 Gasket.
PUMP SHAFT OR
450245 GASKET IS
3. OIL SEAL 400173
A. Remove 770046 main pulley to replace oil seal 400173.
IN 770046 PULLEY
MAY LEAK. See
B. Care must be taken when replacing pulley so that the sealing edge of
400173 oil seal is not marred. See Fig. 6.
4. OIL SEAL 400140 in
A. To replace 400140 oil seal, remove 200236 pin and snap ring in front of
200261 MAY LEAK
B. Then remove 200281 cap, 400145 spring, lock nuts and 453918 spring.
C. Next, by using the 300354 piston as a ram, tap the 400140 oil seal out of
the control valve.