The emergency stowage system pump/motor
The electric motor, operates on power received
assembly is comprised of a 24 VDC electric motor
through the electrical control box to drive the
and a positive displacement, gear-type, single
hydraulic pump which provides the hydraulic flow
section hydraulic pump with an output of 2 gpm (7.6
required for emergency stowage operations.
If necessary, match mark hydraulic pump (9)
housing to motor (10) housing, remove capscrews
Ensure battery disconnect switch is in OFF
pump (9) from motor (10).
Tag and disconnect electrical cables from
If separated, position hydraulic pump (9,
housings, and secure hydraulic pump (9) to motor
Do not attempt to loosen fittings in
pressurized lines or while hydraulic
pumps are in operation.
Install adapters (11, 12, and 13) on hydraulic
Install pump/motor assembly (8) on mounting
Ensure that all hydraulic systems are
bracket with washers (7), capscrews (6), washers
shut down and the pressure is relieved.
(5), and new locknuts (4).
Connect hydraulic hoses (3, 2, and 1) on
Tag and disconnect hydraulic hoses (1, 2, and
hydraulic pump adapters (13, 12, and 11) and
3) from hydraulic pump adapters (11, 12, and 13).
Cap or plug all openings.
Connect electrical cables to terminals of motor
Remove locknuts (4), washers (5), capscrews
(10) and remove tags.
(6), washers (7), and pump/motor assembly (8) from
Remove adapters (11, 12, and 13) from
Operate emergency stowage system.
hydraulic pump (9). Cap or plug all openings.
pump/motor assembly for proper operation and any