3. Remove capscrews (13) and lockwashers (14). Coat the
though inspection may show these items as being
end of the output shaft with clean grease. Lift mounting
serviceable for future use. The cost of these items is
flange (5) straight up until it clears the end of the output
negligible compared to the costs involved in replacing such
shaft, and then remove the mounting flange.
items if they do not function properly.
All replacement parts should be given your final inspection
to ensure that no damage has resulted after the final factory
inspection was made.
It may be necessary to tap the mounting flange with a
wooden mallet or plastic hammer to loosen it.
Cleanliness is of prime importance when any part of this
unit is disassembled or reassembled. Before starting disas-
4. Remove capscrews (1). Lift seal retainer (2) off of
sembly, be sure that a clean work area with a dust and grit
mounting flange (5). Remove O-ring (3), and carefully press
free workbench is available.
seal (4) from seal retainer (2).
5. Remove O-ring (6) from the mounting flange.
DISASSEMBLY. To disassemble the motor, proceed as
6. Remove O-rings (8) and back-up rings (9).
7. Marks the side of body (16) newest gear (12). Grasp the
1. Clean the outside of the motor with a suitable solvent.
gear, and lift it slightly with a quick, upward motion to
Matchmark the sections of the motor to assure correct
dislodge pressure plate (10). Remove the pressure plate.
Remove sealing strips (7) from pressure plate (10).
2. Clamp the motor, output shaft up, across the motor
8. Remove gear (12) and gear (11).
ports in a vise having protective jaws.
Figure 5K-3. Motor (41Q6)