FLEXIBLE HYDRAULIC LINES REPLACEMENT
(DIAPHRAGM AND HYDRAULIC CYLINDER) (Sheet 2 of 2)
INSTALL 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.
Grasp the outer ring (1) of the female
connector (2) at the end of the
hydraulic line (3) and pull the outer
ring back. Outer ring will slide back
approximately 1/2 in.
b. With ring (1) in the retracted position,
mate ring with male connector (4)
inserting male connector in the female
connector (2). Release outer ring (1)
locking the two connectors together.
Pull slightly on the coupling to be sure
the connection is secure.
Diaphragm hydraulic lines may
require disassembly prior to
Hydraulic line (5) must have half
quick-disconnect coupling (6) removed
from pipe nipple (7) prior to
d. Insert nipple (7) through quick-
disconnect bracket (8) located on the
diaphragm (not shown). Thread half
quick-disconnect coupling (6) on
nipple (7) and tighten. Connect
opposite end in the same manner as for
hydraulic cylinder line above.
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