REPLACE SCREED FUEL SYSTEM HOSES AN
REMOVE - Continued.
REMOVE SCREED BURNER FUEL HOSES
Remove self-locking machine screws (9),
cover plate (10), and cover plate (11).
Discard machine screws.
Make sure ignition switch is turned off at the
operator control console, and that fuel
pump switch is turned off at left hand
screed control panel per TM 5-3895-37310.
If removing fuel hose (12), straight adapter
(14), elbow (16), or fuel shutoff valve (15),
place machinery wiping towel below elbow
(13) and disconnect fuel hose (12). Cap
If removing elbow (13), place machinery
wiping towels below elbow and disconnect
fuel hose (12). Remove elbow (13) and
plug bulkhead fitting to prevent siphoning
Turn screed burner fuel shutoff valve
(15) to 12 oclock position at fuel manifold
per TM 5-3895373-10.
Place drip pan or dry machinery wiping
towel below lower-most fitting of fuel hose
to be removed.
If removing screed extension fuel hose (19)
remove clamp (26) by removing hex head
cap screw (23), lockwasher (24), and flat
washer (25). Discard lockwasher. Remove
clamp from hose.
Cut and remove any tie wraps (22) that are
securing fuel hoses being removed.
Remove hoses and adapters using the
illustration and legend as a guide. Remove
hoses first, then remove adapters and
Drain all residual fuel from disconnected
fuel hose into a utility pail. Dispose of
drained fuel in accordance with local
Cap or plug exposed fuel system hoses or
In order to remove solenoid valves (32),
pipe bushing (35), pipe nipple (34), elbow
(16), straight adapter (28), and pipe nipple
(33) from fuel manifold (31); first loosen
manifold adapters, then remove bolts (29),
lockwashers (30), and manifold. Refer to
paragraph 14.6 for repair of solenoid valve
Cap or plug exposed fuel system hoses and
fittings to prevent contamination.
Screed burner fuel
Hex head cap screw
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