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REPAIR (cont) - TM-5-4210-220-34_89
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TM 5-4210-220-34 2-12. PUMP DRIVE AND PTO - Continued 2-12.4 Reducer Gearbox. This task covers a.  Repair b.  Overhaul TOOLS MATERIALS/PARTS Shop Equipment, Automotive 10, Appendix B Dry Cleaning Solvent Maintenance and Repair, 13, Appendix B Emery Cloth NSN 4910-00-754-0705 22, Appendix B Pipe Sealant 29, Appendix B Threadlock Liquid EQUIPMENT CONDITION 02-23-01262-200 Repair Kit Reducer Gearbox Removed (see TM 5-4210-220-12) NOTE Keep work area as clean as possible to prevent contamination of components. REPAIR NOTE Reducer gearbox repair consists of replacement of leaking seals and gaskets and shaft end play adjustment. There are two types of caps on the gearbox, an open cap through which shaft protrudes and a closed cap. If an open cap is removed it is recommended that the oil seal be replaced. (1) Measure shaft  end  play  prior  to  the  removal  of  cap and  record  these  readings.    If  end  plate  exceeds .005 in. (0.127 mm) this indicates bearing wear. (2) If  unit  is  full  of  oil,  drain  it  into  a  clean  drain  pan. Install drain plug and tighten. (3) Remove four capscrews (1) that retain the cap (2) to the housing (3). (4) Remove cap (2) from housing (3).  The cap may be loosened from the housing, by lightly tapping on the corner   of   the   cap.      Never   pry   caps   off   because damage may result. (5) Inspect   bearing   cone   and   caps   for   damage   as described in para. 2-7.  If damage is evident refer to OVERHAUL    following.        If    there    is    no    bearing damage proceed to step 6. (6) Remove   cap   gaskets   (4)   using   a   putty   knife.      If possible  count  and  record  the  number  of  gaskets removed. 2-86

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