Quantcast CLEANING - TM-10-3930-664-24_713
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TM 10-3930-664-24 15. Remove  nuts  (27,   28)   from   tie   rods   (29,   30). Remove   tie   rods   and   separate   outlet   housing (31), spool housings (32), and inlet housing (33). 16. Remove four poppets (34) and springs (35) from spool  housings  (32).    Remove  and  discard  O- rings (36). B.  CLEANING Clean directional control valve components in accordance with paragraph 1-24. C.  INSPECTION 1. Conduct  overall  inspection  of  directional  control valve components in accordance with paragraph 1-24. 2. Inspect  spools  and  spool  bores  for  damage  or deformation.  Check  for  evidence  of excessive or uneven wear. 3. Inspect    outlet,    inlet,    and    spool    housings    for cracks.  Inspect mating surfaces for damage that may prevent a proper seal.  Check for evidence of leakage. D.  REPAIR Repair of the directional control valve assembly consists of  removal  and  replacement  of defective, deformed, or damaged components. E.  ASSEMBLY 1. Lubricate new O-rings (36) with clean lubricating oil  and  install  into  inlet  housing  (33)  and  spool housings (32). 2. Insert  four  poppets  (34)  and   springs   (35)   into spool housings (32) as each section is assembled. 3. Mate  outlet  housing  (31),  spool  housings  (32), and  inlet  housing  (33).    Inset  tie  rods  (29,  30) and install nuts (27, 28). 3.  Torque nuts (27) to 13 to 15 ft-lbs (18 to 20 Nm).  Torque nut (28) to 30 to 36 ft-lbs (41 to 49 Nm). 3-208

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