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10-4. BRAKE CONTROL VALVE REPAIR (CONT)
(2)
Separate and disassemble control
housing (55) from charging
section (56).
(a)
Remove two screws (57) and
lockwashers (58). Discard
(b)
Remove screw (59) and
lockwasher (60). Discard
lockwasher.
(c)
Separate control housing (55) from
charging section (56).
(d)
Remove preformed packings (61 and
62) from charging section (56).
Discard preformed packings.
(e)
If damaged, remove two screws (63)
and label (64) from charger
section (56).
b. Cleaning. See Cleaning Instructions
TR00478
c. Inspection.
(1)
Measure spool (32) and balls (26
and 31).
(a)
Assemble spool (32) inside insert (33).
Place balls (26 and 31) in respective
seats. Measure across balls (26 and 31)
with a micrometer. Record
measurement.
(b)
Remove spool (32) and place balls (26
TR00479
and 31) on their respective seats (25
and 30). Measure with a micrometer.
(c)
Subtract smaller dimension from larger dimension. If difference is less than 0.004 in.
(0.10 mm), replace spool (32).
(2)
Inspect plug and locking pin assembly (22).
(a)
The plug (22) has a nylon pin through threaded end so that plug will hold adjustment to
which it is set. Screw plug into control housing (55).
(b)
Check to see if nylon pin has sufficient friction with threads to keep plug (22) from vibrating
loose.
(c)
If there is no increase in torque required to turn plug (22) when pin engages threads, replace
pin.
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