This task covers: a. Inspection b. Removal c. Disassembly d. Assembly e. Installation
General Mechanics Tool Set (Appendix B, Section III,
Fitted Wrench (Appendix B, Section III, Item 2)
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a. Inspection. Check for damage, or missing parts. Based on the inspection, determine if the strainer assembly
can be repaired or if it must be replaced.
b. Removal. Release coupling (1) and remove strainer assembly.
Repair is limited to replacement of defective, missing, or damaged
components. Disassemble only to the extent necessary to repair the item.
If the item is being replaced, do not disassemble it.
(1) Remove three elastic stop nuts (2), flat washers (3), bolts (4), flat washers (5), and fiberglass disk (6). Discard
elastic stop nuts.
(2) Remove coupling (1), nipple (7), bushing (8), strainer (9), and fiberglass disk (10).
(1) Be sure any defective, missing, or damaged components have been replaced.
(2) Apply sealing compound onto threaded end of bushing (8) and threaded ends of nipple (7). Assemble
fiberglass disk (10), strainer (9), bushing, nipple, and coupling (1).
(3) Assemble fiberglass disk (6), strainer (9), and fiberglass disk (10) using three flat washers (5), bolts (4), flat
washers (3), and new elastic stop nuts (2).
(1) Install strainer assembly and secure coupling (1).