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INSPECTION - TM-5-4210-220-12_427
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TM-5-4210-220-12 Truck Firefighting: Powered Pumper: Foam and Water 500-GPM Capacity; Centrifugal Pump Power Takeoff Driven Manual
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Heater Core Repair.
TM 5-4210-220-12 4-19.  WINTERIZATION SYSTEM. 4-19 1 .4  Pump Body Heater - Continued This task covers a Removal b Inspection c. Installation REPAIR NOTE To repair pump body heater, the heater must be removed from the pump body as detailed in REMOVAL preceding. a. Fan Wheel Repair. (1) If fan wheel rubs, attempt to straighten housing or ring assembly to prevent rubbing. (2) If  fan  wheel  is  bent  and  requires  replacing,  remove  three  screws  (2)  attaching  ring  assembly  (1)  to  fan wheel housing (4). (3) Remove setscrew attaching fan wheel to motor shaft. (4) Remove fan wheel from housing. (5) Place new fan wheel in housing and slip over motor shaft. (6) Tighten setscrew on fan wheel hub, and spin fan to ensure it does not rub. (7) Align  ring  assembly  (1)  on  fan  wheel  housing  and  attach  with screws (2). (8) Spin fan wheel to check it does not rub.  Re-align as required. (9) Replace heater in pump body as detailed in INSTALLATION preceding. b. Fan Motor Repair. NOTE Motor cannot be repaired, replace as required. (1) Remove fan wheel as detailed in a preceding. (2) Insert 3/8 In socket in fan wheel housing and remove nuts (3).  Pull fan motor out of housing. (3) The motor cannot be repaired.  Replace motor. (4) Insert motor holding bolts through housing and tighten nuts (3). (5) Replace fan wheel as detailed above. 4-298

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