Operating burner on gas pressures above designated values
causes overheating of radiator and machine's blower. Lower
pressures will result in inefficient operation.
Check operation of damper in warm air plenum. The damper is adjusted by
damper wheel located at front of machine. Damper may be positioned to
direct all warm air out through Air Deflector Plate for drying outside
of radiator after painting. When Air Deflector Plate is closed, all
air is directed out of hose for drying inside of radiator before leak
Check operation of Timer. When Timer moves to zero, burner should go
out and blower motor should stop. Check that pilot light is burning.
Your machine is now ready to use. After radiator has been vat cleaned,
Paint and Flush Booth is
flush, wash and drain thoroughly.
recommended for this purpose. Use air blow gun to remove excess water
Cap, Catalog No. 2000
or 2001. Place radiator over top opening of Leak Exposer. Attach flexible
hose to radiator inlet and leave outlet open.
Turn on Timer. Most radiators will dry in 15 minutes. Radiator will be
dry when all moisture has disappeared from all openings. When radiator
is completely dry inside, it is ready for leak testing.
Your Leak Exposer will last indefinitely if given proper maintenance.
Motor. Motors without oil cups are sealed bearing motors and
require no lubrication.
Motors with oil cups have sleeve bearings which are lubricated
by a resevoir filled with oil-saturated Permawick. Lubricate
every six months with 3 or 4 drops of light mineral oil such
as SAE 10W. DO NOT OVER OIL. EXCESS OIL WILL FLOW IN MOTOR