c. Assemble the old valve socket (4, fig. 2) to the
lever lock knob (5) to lock the lever pin in
faulty valve while the faulty valve remains in the
j. Bolt the new valve wrench (5, fig. 3) to the new
container. Screw the socket cap (6) to the old valve
socket using the two socket cap screws (5).
valve socket (3), using the nut (6).
d. Turn the adjusting knobs (2, fig. 9) on the shield
k. Position the M1 valve replacement mechanism
adjusting mechanism counterclockwise until all four
adjusting keys (4) are as close to the center of the shield
(1) Lift the M1 valve replacement mechanism
as they will go.
by the handles and place it over the front
e. Lock the wrench holder (5, fig. 4) in the old
of the one-ton container so that the shaft of
the old valve socket slides into the lower
valve position as follows:
hole in the valve holder.
(1) Stand the M1 valve replacement
mechanism on edge with the marker plate
mechanism tightly against the front rim of
the one-ton container until the weight of the
(2) Hold the lock bolt screw (13, fig. 4) in the
mechanism is resting on the shaft of the
old valve socket.
(3) Using the lever bracket (12) as a handle,
(3) Tighten the lower adjusting knob (3, fig. 7)
turn the wrench holder clockwise as far as
until the adjusting key comes into contact
it will go to the old valve position.
with the rim of the one ton container.
(4) Lift the plunger collar (15), allowing the
(4) While the assistant operator lifts the M1
lock bolt (1, fig. 5) to lock the wrench
valve replacement mechanism by the
handles, tighten the lower adjusting knob
f. Unscrew the three ball screws (11) until they no
approximately two more turns until the
longer project from the holes. This will permit free
entire weight of the mechanism is carried
movement of the ball (4).
by the adjusting key resting on the rim of
g. Unscrew the two lug screws (10) several turns to
the one-ton container.
permit free rotary movement of the ball (4).
(5) Tighten the two center adjusting knobs (8)
h. With the M1 valve replacement mechanism on
until the center adjusting keys bear against
edge with the marker plate (4, fig. 7) uppermost, the
the rim of the one ton container.
working from the inner side of the shield, shove the
(6) Tighten the upper adjusting knob.
shaft of the new valve socket (3, fig. 3) through the
(7) Test for free play around the shaft of the
upper hole in the wrench holder (5, fig. 4). Screw the
old valve socket in the wrench holder by
yoke collar (4, fig. 3) to the threads on the new valve
moving the ball slightly in all directions.
(8) If there is no free play, adjust the
i. Install the valve socket lever assembly (fig.
mechanism to obtain free play by
tightening the proper adjusting knob while
(1) Insert the steel pins (2) of the yoke (3) into
loosening the knob opposite it. After free
the groove of the yoke collar (4, fig. 3).
play has been obtained, tighten all
(2) Aline the holes in the valve socket lever (4,
adjusting knobs by hand.
fig. 6) with the holes through the lever
(9) Move the ball in the socket until the shaft
bracket (12, fig. 4), and insert the grooved
of the old valve socket is centered in the
end of the valve socket lever pin (1, fig. 6)
hole in the wrench holder.
into the hole in the lever opposite the lever
(10) Without disturbing the position of the ball,
tighten the ball screws (11, fig. 4) until they
(3) Slide the lever lock knob (5) as far as it will
just touch the ball.
go toward the handle of the new valve
(4) Push the lever pin (1) all the way into the
valve socket lever (4), then release the
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