Replace defective hose assembly or
4-26. Hoses and Inflator Gage - continued.
Examine hose for cracks or leaks.
hose (14) and inflator gage (15).
Examine inflator gage for cracked dial
glass, stripped threads, leaks, and
(2) Close draincock (9).
Section Xl. MAINTENANCE OF HANDTRUCK
(11) Release air from tires,
as a welded unit. The handtruck serves as a com-
pressor frame and is equipped with wheels and
tires for easy movement to a new worksite.
(3) and capscrews (4).
(13) Disassemble the wheel disc halves
(5), tubes (6) and tires (7).
(14) Disassemble end caps (8), bearing seals
Release all air from the air tank by
(9), roller bearings (10) and hubs (11).
opening the draincock.
Remove the belt guard and V-belts.
and capscrews (5).
Disconnect fuel line at fuel filter.
Cleaning and Inspection.
Remove the nuts, washers and cap-
screws holding engine assembly
WARNING: Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680,
brackets to handtruck. Lift engine
used to clean parts is potentially dangerous
assembly from handtruck.
to personnel and property. Avoid repeated
and prolonged skin contact by wearing
Loosen tube nuts and remove after-
rubber or solvent impermeable gloves when
cooler tube and intercooler tube.
handling the solvent or material wet with
drycleaning solvent. Wash hands immedi-
Remove nuts and screws holding
ately after exposure with soap and water
and use a lanolin based skin cream to
prevent skin drying. Do not use near open
flame or excessive heat. Flash point of
Disconnect fuel line at fuel tank.
solvent is 100oF (38C). Ensure that venti-
lation adequate to reduce solvent vapor
Remove nuts holding brackets and
concentrations below acceptable threshold
hangers and remove fuel tank.
limit values is provided.
Remove nuts and bolts holding air
Wash all parts with cleaning solvent,
receiver tank to handtruck and remove
P-D-680, and dry thoroughly.
Inspect all parts for cracks, breaks or
(10) Jack up the axle end of the handtruck
and block securely.