TABLE 3-1. OPERATOR/CREW TROUBLESHOOTING (Cont'd)
TEST OR INSPECTION
Check location of leak for loose connection.
Tighten fitting where leakage is coming from. If leak
persists, refer malfunction to higher level of maintenance.
10. RESTRICTED AIR FLOW THROUGH AIR INLET FILTERS AND/OR PARTICLES IN INFLATOR
GAGE HOSE OR INFLATOR GAGE
Disconnect compressor unit from main power supply before performing check(s)
or inspection, to avoid personal injury.
If compressor pump is running, but air receiver is receiving air
slowly, check air inlet filters for build-up of dirt.
Remove air inlet filters and clean or replace inlet filters
If there is dirt or particles in inflator gage.
Remove inflator gage and blow out inflator gage hose to
Section III. MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
3-4. BELT ADJUSTMENT.
Release pressure from air receiver and compressor pump before inspection,
performing procedures, or disassembly of equipment to avoid personal injury.
a. Remove belt guard front by turning belt guard fasteners one quarter turn (figure 3-3).
b. Loosen motor mounting nuts and pull motor back until belts become taut, as shown in figure 3-3. Proper V belt
tension is when V belts can be deflected 3/8" to 1/2" midway between pulleys.