(Refer to Exploded View Drawing)
2.1 To facilitate installation, locate machine near air, gas, water electrical outlets, drain and ventilated area. Place
machine approximately one foot from wall and level unit at tank rim with a spirit level.
Connect gas supply line to gas manifold on left side of bench. Connections can be made with 3/8"
copper tubing with flare fittings and adapters. Comply with local municipal safety and installation codes.
Connect compressed air to Air Pressure Regulator on left side of bench and to Air Blow Gun connection
on right side of bench. All connections can be made using 3/8" copper tubing with flare fittings and
After completing all gas and air connections, check for leaks by using soap bubble test applied with a
soapy brush on all fittings while system is under pressure.
Plug in power cord to 115 volt outlet. The power cord is provided with a third wire for grounding
machine in accordance with standard safety practices.
(Refer to Owner's Manual - Electrically Operated Drive System)
3.1 Operate platform elevator by moving Reversing Switch up or down. Place switch in center position to stop
elevator motor. Apply foot brake to stop all elevator platform movement.
3.2 Check drain plug and fill reservoir with fresh water.
4.1 Radiator to be repaired may be held in any convenient position by use of the Radiator Back Support Bar, or
Adjustable Radiator Bar or Lower Radiator Support.
4.2 When leak testing radiators and heater cores, make sure the inside of these units are completely dry of all
moisture. If moisture is present inside radiators and heater cores, the moisture will seal small leaks by surface
tension of the moisture molecules. These hidden leaks will cause seepage under operating conditions and
result in an unsatisfactory repair. Always apply air pressure to radiator before immersing in tank to keep inside
of radiator dry.