7-3. Cleaning, Inspection, and Repair
Clean all parts of the swing brake control stand in
Refer to figure 7-1 and reassemble the swing brake control
cleaning solvent and wipe dry. Inspect all pins, links, and
spacers for excessive wear or scoring. Replace any
scored or damaged parts.
Section II. REPAIR OF MASTER CYLINDER
The master cylinder housing includes a fluid reservoir
Refer to TM 5-3810-294-20 for master cylinder removal
and a cylinder bore. There is an intake port and a
compensating (bypass) port between the cylinder and
the reservoir. In the neutral position fluid bypasses to
Disassemble the master cylinder as follows:
compensate the closed hydraulic system for temperature
a. Remove boot (2, fig. 7-2) and push rod (1).
expansion and contraction or seepage. During
b. Remove stop wire (3). Items (4 through 8) will now come out
application of a brake or clutch, initial piston movement
of housing (14).
seals off the bypass port Further piston movement
c. Remove all other parts attached to housing (14) by removing
displaces fluid into the line. As fluid movement increases,
capscrews as illustrated.
pressure builds up in the system, actuating the hydraulic
cylinder at the selected brake or clutch.