REMOVE TUBES AND HOSES FROM RIGHT
AUGER/CONVEYOR SPEED CONTROL VALVE.
flammable and can be an irritant to the
skin, eyes, and respiratory system. Avoid
Eye protection and rubber gloves must
be worn when working with hydraulic oil.
Thoroughly clean hoses and fittings
before disconnecting. Always plug or
cap off disconnected fittings to prevent
intrusion of contaminants. Failure to
properly clean and cap off connectors
may result in system contamination and
The auger/conveyor speed control valve
valve. Remove left speed control valve if
removing left control valve. Remove right
speed control valve if removing right
Wipe all dirt and dust from fittings with cleaning
Place a machinery wiping towel beneath right
auger/ conveyor speed control valve (72).
It may be necessary to plug and cap
control valve removal, step A.7.
Tag and disconnect tube (73) from straight
adapter (74). Plug tube and cap straight
Tag and disconnect tubes (75 and 76) from
elbows (77 and 78). Both ends of tube (76)
will need to be loosened to allow removal of
right auger/conveyor speed control valve (72).
Tag and disconnect hose (79) from elbow (80).
Plug hose and cap elbow.
Tag and disconnect hose (81) from tube
reducer (82). Plug hose and cap tube reducer.
Plug tubes (75 and 76) and cap elbows (77 and
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