FLEXIBLE HYDRAULIC LINES REPLACEMENT
(DIAPHRAGM AND HYDRAULIC CYLINDER) (Sheet 1 of 2)
General Mechanics Tool Box SC 5180-90-N26
REMOVE FLEXIBLE HYDRAULIC LINES ON DIAPHRAGM AND HYDRAULIC CYLINDER.
FRH hydraulic fluid may contain Tricresyl Phosphate (TCP) which, if taken
internally, can cause paralysis. Hydraulic fluid may be absorbed through the skin. If
hydraulic fluid gets on skin, wash with soap and water as soon as possible.
a. Grasp the outer ring (1) of the female
connector (2) at the end of the hydraulic
line (3) and pull the outer ring away
from the male connector (4). Outer ring
(1) will slide back about 1/2 in.
releasing hydraulic line (3).
b. Repeat step a. for opposite end of
Hydraulic line (5) located on
diaphragm may require disassembly
prior to removal.
c. Remove half quick-disconnect coupling
(6) from pipe nipple (7).
d. Remove pipe nipple (7) from quick-
discomect bracket (8). Replacement
line will require the removal of half
quick-discomect coupling (6) from
pipe nipple (7) prior to installation.