Product Dissection Instructions -(Group 10)

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Gate 2 - Product Dissection (Group 10)

Parts List-(Group 10)

Dissasemboly Difficult Scale-(Group 10)

Introduction

Here we provide a step by step process describing how our product was dissected. This includes the tools we used and how each part was removed and also includes challenges we faced during dissection process steps and a description of how they were overcome. Using our outline an individual not familiar with our product should be able to successfully disassemble the snow blower. Consider what information is required to achieve this, and how best to communicate this information.

The overall dissection of our project happened in three stages. As a group we started by taking apart the Snow blower\'s drive control system which connects to both the Engine subsystem and the Auger and Linear Drive subsystem. This step is located in the List one of the directions because these controls are associated more with the engine and are required to be removed for more meaningful engine work. Having two directions list was also created to limit a lengthy directions list for someone whom is only taking apart one particular subsystem(s) which the case usually is. The list of instructions here is meant to be complimented by the parts list to add both clarity and an element of simplicity to our directions. Each step also gives a Difficulty scale rating which can be explained on the Dissasemboly Difficult Scale-(Group 10) page, this is meant to give someone whom is disassembling our product an idea of how complicated each step is going to be.

\'\'\'Directions List 1\'\'\'

\'\'\'Step number\'\'\' \'\'\'Parts involved\'\'\' \'\'\'Directions\'\'\' \'\'\'Difficulty\'\'\' \'\'\'Pictures\'\'\'
#1 Control Panel Cover. Dash Cover Control Bolts. Using a Philips-head screwdriver, attach the head to the screw and turn counterclockwise to unscrew the four screw’s (Part #1) located on the sides on the cover. There are two bolts on each side of the Control Panel Cover(Part #9) 2 Part 4001b group 10.png
#2 Control Panel. Cover. Dash Cover. Mounting Bolts. Using a 7/16 wrench, fit the wrench on the nut, located on the underside of the cover, and turn clockwise to loosen and unscrew the nut, and then remove the screw(Part #2) which was attached to it. Again there are two screws on each side on the Control Panel Cover(Part #9) 2 Part 4002a group 10.png
#3 Control Nobs. Auger and Drive. Control Assembly. Engine Throttle. Control Assembly The Control Nobs (Part #3) come in the shape of a ball and are red. First remove the two Control Nobs located on the Auger and Drive Assembly by rotating them counterclockwise. Remove the Control Nob on the Engine Throttle Control simple by pulling it out. 1 Part 4003 group 10.png
#4 Auger Drive. Linkage Pin. Auger and Drive. Control Assembly Using a needle nosed plyers, straighten the pin(Part #4) which is bent on one side, and then pull on the opposite side so that the pin slides out. Then simply slide the rod out, disconnecting the two pieces. 2 Part 4004 group 10.png
#5 Wheel Drive. Linkage Arm Pin. Auger and Drive Control Assembly Again, using a needle nosed plyer, straighten the pin (Part #6) which is bent on one side, and then pull the opposite side so that the pin slides out. Then simply slide the rod out, disconnecting the two pieces. 2 Part 4005 group 10.png
#6 Shoot Turning Control. Leaver with pin washer. Control Panel Cover Again, using a needle nosed plyer, straighten the pin toward the top of the rod (Part #5) and pull the opposite side so that the pin slides out. Then slide the rod out, disconnecting the two pieces. Then slide the top of the rod with the rubber around it through the hole located on the Control Panel Cover (Part #9). 2 Part 4006 group 10.png
#7 Control Panel Cover Once all the leaver and rods and disconnected from the Control Panel Cover (Part #9) simply pick the Control Panel Cover off of the handles. 1 Part 9 group 10.png
#8 Auger and Drive Control Assembly With the Control Panel Cover (Part #9) being off simple remove this assembly from under the Control Panel Cover 1 Part 4008 group 10.png
#9 Engine Throttle Control Assembly Just like the previous step, the Engine Throttle Control Assembly slides right off and simple remove it from under the assembly. 1 Part 4009 group 10.png
#10 Handle Covers Located on the handles (Part #104), simply use your force to pull these off. 2 Part 4010 group 10.png
#11 Safety Stop Assembly Using a 7/16 wrench, fit the wrench on the nut and turn it counter clockwise to loosen and unscrew the nut . The simply remove the screw and the handle also freely comes off. 2 Part 4011 group 10.png
#12 Engine Cover Right Side, Engine Cover Casing Top Screw Using a Flat-Head screwdriver, attach it the screw (Part #14)located on top of the right Engine Cover (Part#16) and turn it counterclockwise to loosen and unscrew the screw. 2 Part 4012 group 10.png
#13 Engine Cover Right Side, Primer Button Mounting Screws Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the screws (Part #15)located at the side of the engine by placing the screwdriver on the screws and turning counterclockwise. 2 Part 4013 group 10.png
#14 Engine Cover Right Side, Engine Cover Casing, Front Facing screw Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the screw (Part #13) on the front side of the right Engine Cover (Part #16) by placing the screwdriver on the screws and turning them clockwise. 2 Part 4014 group 10.png
#15 Engine Cover Right Side Once all the screws have been removed, simply remove the engine cover my sliding it off. 1 Part 4015 group 10.png
#16 Engine Electric Start Button Mounting Screws Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the screws (Part #17) on the Engine Electric Start Button by placing the screwdriver on the screw and turning them clockwise. The Electric Start with then come off but still be attached to the motor. 2 Part 4016 group 10.png
#17 Pulley Housing Bolts Using a 11mm wrench, remove the two bolts on the yellow Pulley Housing Cover (Part #18) by fitting the wrench onto the bolt and turning counterclockwise. 2 Part 4017 group 10.png
#18 Pulley Housing Cover Once the bolts are removed simply pull up the housing cover and it comes right off. 1 Part 4018 group 10.png
#19 Engine Mounting Bolts on Linear Drive Box, Engine Mounting Plate Using a 7/16 wrench, remove the bolts (Part #20) which connect the Engine Mountain Plate (Part#46) to the Linear Drive Box (Part #118). Do this by fitting the wrench into the bolt and turning it counter clockwise. 2 Part 4019 group 10.png
#20 Engine Block Using force pick up the engine block (Part #49) with other components attached to it, off of the Linear Drive Box (Part #118) and place it somewhere for further disassembly. 2 Part 4020 group 10.png
#21 Gas Tank Mounting Bolts, Top and Bottom Gas Mounting Plates Using a 10mm wrench, remove the four bolts (Part #21) which connect both the Top and the Bottom Gas Tank Mountain Plates (Part #25 and #26) by fitting in a wrench and turning the wrench counterclockwise. Since these bolts are exposed to the surface, rust will form over time and may make them harder to unscrew. Additional force or tools may have to be used. 3 Part 4021 group 10.png
#22 Bottom Gas Tank Mounting Plate Bolt Using a 11mm wrench, remove this bolt located under the Engine Gas Tank (Part #24) by fitting the wrench on it and turning it counter clockwise. 2 Part 4022 group 10.png
#23 Engine Gas Tank Once the Mounting plate bolts (Parts #23, #21) are removed, simply detach the Engine Gas Tank with the Top and Bottom Mounting Plates (Parts #25, #26) around it. Then pull the fuel line off simply by using force to pull it off. 2 Part 4023 group 10.png
#24 Top Gas Tank Mounting Plate Turn the cap on the gas tank counterclockwise, and simply take the top mounting plate off of the gas tank then put the cap back on the gas tank by turning it clockwise. 1 Part 4024 group 10.png
#25 Bottom Gas Tank Mounting Plate This piece should simply come apart or fall off once all the bolts are removed. 1 Part 4025 group 10.png
#26 Header Bolts Using a 12mm wrench, remove the Header bolts (Part #23) which connects the header to the engine block (Part #49) by fitting the wrench on the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. These bolts are also exposed to the surface and will form rust over time and may take additional force or tools to unscrew. 3 Part 4026 group 10.png
#27 Spark Plug Using a 21mm Socket Wrench, unscrew the Spark Plug (Part #22) by fitting in a long 21mm socket and turning the spark plug counterclockwise. 2 Part 4027 group 10.png
#28 Top Engine Heat Shield Plate Since the bolts were already removed in previous steps, simply pick the plate off of the header. 1 Part 4028 group 10.png
#29 Pull Start Mounting Bolts Using a 12mm Socket wrench, remove the bolts (Part #29) by fitting the socket wrench onto the bolts and turning counterclockwise. 2 Part 4029 group 10.png
#30 Pull Start with Pull Start Cover Once the bolts are removed these two pieces simply come off of the engine and also easily come apart. 1 Part 4030a group 10.png
#31 Large Heat Cover Mounting Bolts Using a 11m wrench, remove the remaining bolts (Part #31) on the heat cover, by fitting the wrench onto the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. 2 Part 4031a group 10.png
#32 Large Heat Guard With all the bolts holding the Large heat guard removed, this piece simply slides off. 1 Part 4032 group 10.png
#33 Heat Sink Side Plate Bolts Using a 11m wrench, remove the two bolts (Part #34) which hold the side plate, by fitting the wrench on them and turning it counterclockwise 2 Part 4033 group 10.png
#34 Heat Sink Side Plate Once the bolts are removed in the previous step this piece simply falls off. 1 Part 4034 group 10.png
#35 Header Since all the bolts was removed in previous steps, simply pull the header off. 1 Part 4035 group 10.png
#36 Head Gasket Once the header is off, this piece is found under it and you may simply just pick it up off the engine block. 1 Part 4036 group 10.png
#37 Muffler Mounting Screws Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the screws (Part #37) by putting in the head of the screwdriver in the screw and turning it counterclockwise. 2 Part 4037 group 10.png
#38 Muffler Once the bolts (Part #37) are removed the Muffler is simply taken off of the Engine 2 Part 4038 group 10.png
#39 Main Engine Pulley Using an Allen wrench loosen the grip on the 4 screws in the Main Engine Pulley (Part #38) by turning them counterclockwise, then use force to slide the main engine pulley off. 3 Part 4039a group 10.png
#40 Key Stock- Main Pulley Once the Main Engine Pulley (Part #38) is off this piece simply comes off by pulling it out of the slot on the rod it sits in. 1 Part 4040a group 10.png
#41 Electric Start mounting Bolts Using an 11m wrench, remove the bolts (Part #40) from the motor (Part #41) simply by fitting the wrench on the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. 2 Part 4041 a group 10.png
#42 Electric Start Motor Assembly Once the bolts (Part #40) are removed the Electric Start Motor (Part #41) simply comes off. 1 Part 4042 group 10.png
#43 Pull Start Catch Using a 17mm socket wrench, remove the Pull Start Catch (Part #42) by fitting the wrench unto the bolt attached to the Pull Start Catch and turning it counterclockwise. 2 Part 4043 group 10.png
#44 Oil Plug Bolt Using a 7/16 wrench, remove the oil plug bolt (Part #43) by fitting on the wrench to the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. If oil exists in the engine, make sure to have an oil pan ready. 2 Part 4044 group 10.png
#45 Oil Plug Nut Using a 7/16 wrench, remove the oil plug bolt (Part #44) by fitting on the wrench to the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. If oil was removed in the previous step, then the need of an oil pan is not needed. 2 Part 4045 group 10.png
#46 Engine Mounting Plate Bolts Using a 13mm wrench, remove the bolts (Part #45) which are located under the engine block (Part #49) by fitting on the wrench and turning the bolts counterclockwise. 2 Part 4046 group 10.png
#47 Engine Mounting plate Once the bolts have been removed the Engine Mounting plate (Part #46) the plate freely comes off. 1 Part 4047 group 10.png
#48 Engine Cover Mounting Bolts Using a 10mm wrench, remove the bolts around the Engine block main cover (Part #48) by fitting the wrench on the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. 2 Part 4048 group 10.png
#49 Engine block main cover Once the bolts are removed the Engine block main cover (Part #48) should be able to come apart by pulling it off. If the cover is sealed tight other methods will be required to pry it open. One way of breaking the seal would be to use a flat head screwdriver and a hammer. Place the flat head screwdriver in the crevice and hit the screwdriver with the hammer allowing the main block cover to come apart. You may have to repeat this placing the flat head screwdriver in different crevice’s around the engine block main cover. 4 Part 4049 group 10.png
#50 Engine Block Main Cover Internal Plates and Screws, Engine block main cover Using either a flat head screwdriver or a 8mm wrench, remove the two bolts (Part #51) located next to each other in the Engine Block Main Cover, by fitting the chosen tool in the screw and turning it counterclockwise. Then simply remove the plate (Part #51) held by the screws by picking it up. 2 Part 4050a group 10.png
#51 Engine Block Main Cover Internal Small Gear Once the Internal plate (Part #51) is removed, the small gear can be simply removed by sliding it through the larger gear. 1 Part 4051 group 10.png
#52 Engine Block Main Cover Internal Large Gear and Cam Shaft The Internal Large Gear and Cam Shaft (Part #53) is also simply removed by picking it up, removing it from the slot hole it was sitting in. 1 Part 4052 group 10.png
#53 Dipstick The Dipstick (Part #54) is removed simply by rotating the handle counterclockwise allowing it to unscrew from its thread. 1 Part 4053 group 10.png
#54 Piston Arm Bolts with Clip Inside the Engine Block (Part #49) remove the two bolts (Part #67) on the Piston Arm (Part #66) which is connected to the Main Engine Shaft (Part #50) by using a ½ in wrench and fitting the wrench on the bolts and turning the wrench counterclockwise. 3 Part 4054 group 10.png
#55 Piston When the Piston arm bolts (Part #67) are removed the piston (Part #68) can be easily removed by pushing it up through the top and out its valve chamber. 1 Part 4055 group 10.png
#56 Piston Arm The Piston Arm (Part #66) is attached to the Piston ( Part #68). To separate the Piston Arm from the Piston simply take out the pin that connecting the two pieces together and simply separate them. 2 Part 4056 group 10.png
#57 Fly-Wheel Remove the Fly-Wheel (Part #63) by removing the bolt on the outside by using a 11mm wrench, placing it on the nut and turning it clockwise. Then using a hammer, beat the Main Engine Shaft (Part #50) so that if falls through the Engine Block (Part #49). Once the Main Engine Shaft flies through, the flywheel should freely fall off. 3 Part 4057 group 10.png
#58 Guard Plate Bolts Using a 12mm wrench, remove the bolts (Part #62) located on the Guard Plate (Part #61) which is behind the flywheel, by fitting the wrench on the bolts and turning the wrench counterclockwise. 2 Part 4058a group 10.png
#59 Guard plate behind fly-wheel Once the bolts (Part #62) are removed in the previous step the Guard Plate (Part #61) should freely come off. 1 Part 4059a group 10.png
#60 Lower (Internal) Valves Located inside the Engine Block (Part #49) these are simply removed by pulling them out. 1 Part 4060 group 10.png
#61 Spring Chamber Screws Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the bolts (Part #60) from the Spring chamber cover by placing the screwdriver on the bolt and turning it counterclockwise. 2 Part 4061 group 10.png
#62 Spring Chamber Cover Once the bolts (Part #60) are off simply pull the Spring Chamber Cover (Part #58) off. 1 Part 4062 group 10.png
#63 Filter Box with Filter From Spring Chamber When the Spring Chamber Cover (Part #58) is removed the Filter box is exposed and it should be removed by pulling it out. If this fails to work use a flat head screwdriver to force it out of its slot. 3 Part 4063 group 10.png
#64 Valve Springs The springs (Part #56) are connected to each by 2 caps which you must first decompress the spring and then push the cap off which is connected to the spring. One method of doing this is using a flat head screwdriver to decompress the springs. Once spring is detached from the cap the pieces can simply come out of the chamber. 4 Part 4064 group 10.png
#65 Upper (Outside) Valves These valves (Part #57) which are located on the outside and removed simply by applying force and pulling them out of the slots they sit in. 2 Part 4065 group 10.png
#66 Carburetor Bolts Use a Philips head screwdriver, remove the bolts (Part #70) from the carburetor (Part #69) by putting the screwdriver on the screws and turning it counterclockwise. These screws can be screwed off at an angle which is what makes these difficult. 3 Part 4066 group 10.png
#67 Carburetor Once the bolts (Part #70) are removed the carburetor simply comes right off. 2 Part 4067 group 10.png
#68 Fuel Filter Plug Located on the bottom of the Fuel Filter Pan (Part #65) the Fuel Filter Plug (Part #64) is removed by screwing it off counterclockwise. 2 Part 4068 group 10.png
#69 Fuel Filter Pan Once the Fuel Filter Plug (Part #64) is removed the Fuel Filter Pan (Part #65) simply comes right off. 1 Part 4069 group 10.png


\'\'\'Directions list 2\'\'\'

\'\'\'Step number\'\'\' \'\'\'Parts involved\'\'\' \'\'\'Directions\'\'\' \'\'\'Difficulty\'\'\' \'\'\'Pictures\'\'\'
#1 Linear Drive Control Exterior Mounting Bolts Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt (part#1) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 2 Part 3000 group 10.png
#2 Linear Drive Housing Bolts Using a 14mm box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt (part#101) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 2 Part 3001 group 10.png
#3 Handle Mounting Bolts Using a 14mm box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt (part#122) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 1 Part 3002 group 10.png
#4 Worm Gear turning control Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Once completed, the gear(part#4) can be removed. 2 Part 3003 group 10.png
#5 Handles Complete step #3 then the handles(part#104) are detached from the body. 1
#6 Linear Drive Underside Plate Mounting Screws Using a Philips head screw driver, attach the turn the head of the screw (part#105) counter clockwise to loosen it until it is removed repeat for each screw. 1 Part 3005 group 10.png
#7 Linear Drive Underside Plate Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. When the bolts are removed, the bottom plate(part#106) can be removed. 2
#8 Linear movement Drive Pulley Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. When the bolt is removed the pulley(part#107) can be removed. 1 Part 3007 group 10.png
#9 Wheel Mounting Bolts Using a 14mm socket wrench, attach the socket to the head of the bolt(part#108) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 2 Part 3009 group 10.png
#10 Wheel Wing Nuts Using your hands, grab and turn the wing-nut (part#109) in the counterclockwise direction until it is removed. Repeat once for other wing nut. 1 Part 3010 group 10.png
#11 Wheels Complete steps #9 & #10 and then pull the wheel (part#110) off of its axle. Repeat for both wheels. 2
#12 Auger Bering Mounting Bolts Using a 7/16th box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt(part#111) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 1 Part 3011.png
#13 Shaft to Bering Mounting Bolts Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt(part#112) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 3 Part 3013 group 10.png
#14 Auger Drive Pulley Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. When the bolt is removed the pulley(part#113) can be removed. 1 Part 3007 group 10.png
#15 Auger Drive Belt Once the pulley is removed in step #113, the belt (part#114) can be removed from the other pulley. 1 Part 3015 group 10.png
#16 Auger Output Plate Mounting Bolt Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt(part#115) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 2 Part 3016 group 10.png
#17 Auger Output Plate Once step #115 is completed, the plate(part#116) can be removed. 1 Part 3017 group 10.png
#18 Vertical Snow Shoot Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. When this is completed the chute(part#117) can be removed from the bottom chute (part#121) 1 Part 3018 group 10.png
#19 Bottom chute Using a 3/8th inch box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise while securing the corresponding nuts with a 3/8th inch wrench to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each nut/bolt(part#120). Once this is completed, the spacers can be removed. 3 Part 3019 group 10.png
#20 Gear Base of Chute Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. Once this is completed the gear-base(part#122) and bottom chute(welded to bottom chute) can be removed. 2 Part 3020 group 10.png
#21 Auger Blade Bolts Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt(part#123) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 3 Part 3021 group 10.png
#22 Gear Box Bolts and Washers Using a 12mm box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt(part#124) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. 2 Part 140 group 10.png
#23 Gear Box Auger Shaft Grease Plug Using a 11mm box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the plug(part#125) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. 3 Part 3023 group 10.png
#24 Oil Plug Gear Box Auger Shaft Using a 10mm box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the plug(part#125) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. 1 Part 3024 group 10.png
#25 Auger Fan/shaft Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. Once removed the fan(part#127) can be removed from the shaft and enclosure. 3 Part 3025 group 10.png
#26 Stabilizing Rod with Pins With needle nose pliers to straighten out the pin(part#129) and then pull it out by the loop. Repeat for each pin. Once this is completed, the rod(part#129) can be removed from the enclosure. 1 Part 3026 group 10.png
#27 Nuts and Bolts Set Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Once completed the small gear can be removed from the case. 2
#28 Clutch Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. Once this is completed, the clutch(part#131) can be removed 2 Part 3028 group 10.png
#29 Small Belt Pulleys/ nuts and bolts Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise while holding the corresponding nut with a wrench to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt/nut. Once this is complete, the pulleys(part#132) can be removed. 3 Part 3029 group 10.png
#30 Rpm Disk Control Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Using needle nose pliers straighten and remove the pins by their loop. Once complete, the control device(part#133) can be removed from the enclosure. 2 Part 3030 group 10.png
#31 Nuts and Machine Screws for Differential Using a 3/8th wrench and corresponding flathead screwdriver, attach the box side to the nut and the screwdriver to the head of the screw(part#134) and turn counter clockwise to loosen the nut until it is removed. 2 Part 3031 group 10.png
#32 Horizontal Disk Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. Once this is complete the disk(part#135) can be carefully pulled out of place(it is a snug fit in tight quarters) and removed from the enclosure. 3 Part 3032 group 10.png
#33 Spring Using needle nose pliers, pull the hook end of the spring off of the interior wall and put it through the corresponding hole. Once this is complete, the other end of the spring(part#136) can be removed and the entire spring can be removed from the enclosure. 1 Part 3033 group 10.png
#34 Vertical Disk and Assembly Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt and secure nut with a wrench as needed. Once this is complete, pull the shaft inward and away from the wall. This will allow the system(part#137) to be removed from the enclosure. 5 Part 3034 group 10.png
#35 Metal Plate Gear Chain Once the vertical disk assembly (part#137) is removed, the chain (part#138) can be removed from the other sprocket and out of the enclosure. 1 Part 3035 group 10.png
#36 Auger Blades Using a box wrench, attach the box side to the head of the bolt and turn counter clockwise to loosen the bolt until it is removed. Repeat for each bolt. Once the bolts and auger fan shaft(part#127) are removed, the auger blades(part#139) can be removed. 2 Part 139 group 10.png