Dry cleaning solvent P-D-680, used to clean parts is potentially dangerous to
personnel and property. Use in a well ventilated area as the fumes are dangerous if
inhaled. Avoid repeated and prolonged skin contact. Do not use near open flame or
excessive heat. Flash point of solvent is 100F - 138F (38C - 59C).
Wash all metal parts with dry cleaning solvent.
Dry thoroughly with clean, lint free cloth.
Be sure that continuity clip hole is clean and free of all debris.
Inspect all metal parts for dings, gouges, abrasion, etc.
A light coat of petrolatum can be applied to all gaskets, springs, and O-rings to ease
Insert screw (figure 1, 29) through link (25), washers (30), and plate (26). Install nut (28) and tighten to align slots in nut
with hole in crank pin and install new cotter pin (27).
Slip link (figure 1, 25) into slot in shaft (10) and secure with pin (24).
Insert the above subassembly through the inlet end of the fuel nozzle body (figure 1, 6). Be sure that the shaft (10) is
inserted into the body's axial guide bore far enough that the bore contains the pin (24).
Orientation of plate must be the same as observed during disassembly.
Install new backup ring (figure 1, 23) and new O-ring (22) on lever (7).
Install lever (figure 1, 7).
Correct alignment of plate and lever is critical to proper operation of the nozzle.
Align plate and lever before securing with screw.
Install O-ring (figure 1, 21) and washer (20). Aline plate (26) to lever (7) so that lever (7) is in the nine o'clock position
when in the closed position and three o'clock in the opened position and secure with screw (19).