o Remove the four screws (5), flat washers (6), and lockwashers (7) that secure
the hydraulic motor (8) to the conveyor drive end section (9). Separate the
motor from the conveyor drive end section and coupling sprocket (4).
o Remove the key (10) from the shaft of the motor (8) and the two adapters (2),
reducers (11), and elbows (12) from the motor.
To install the hydraulic motor, reverse the removal process.
This completes the maintenance portion of this lesson.
The next part of this
lesson is the troubleshooting procedures for the conveyor assembly.
PART C - TROUBLESHOOTING THE CONVEYOR ASSEMBLY
Even though the auxiliary components of the systems were not covered in the
maintenance portion of this lesson, they will be mentioned in this part.
correctly troubleshoot a system, you must systematically check ALL components and
be able to recognize any trouble indications whether they are mechanical,
hydraulic, or electrical.