Lubricate the piston, seals and cylinder bore and install piston and shaft into the cylinder
Using the face spanner wrench tighten the cylinder head into the cylinder tube until the outer face of the cylinder
head is flush with the end of the cylinder tube.
Install the hydraulic cylinder onto the equipment and connect the hoses.
Upon installation of the cylinder, completely extend and retract the cylinder under no load several times to allow
trapped air to escape through to the reservoir.
3-4-1 3 Bin Heating System
Removal and Replacement See figure 3-23.
This procedure assumes a complete removal and replacement of the assembly. A partial disassembly and replacement is
possible. Follow the procedure to the point of removing only those components requiring repair or replacement.
Shut off the breaker for the surge bin heat in the 120/240 volt electrical panel (LP1) For added safety, unplug cable
128 from the control van and coil this cable at the surge bin.
The sloped portion of the bin has an electric heating element mounted under the insulation and the sheet metal
cover Remove the rivets or screws holding the sheet metal to the frame on the hopper. Remove the sheet metal
on all four sides. Remove the Insulation
Use a chalk or soapstone and trace the routing of the heating element. It is held in place by wire clips, loosen
these and remove the element.
Remove the cover on the junction box that the element connects to and disconnect the element.
The bin heat thermostat for this element is in the adjacent junction box. Remove the cover to this box and
disconnect the wires to the thermostat and remove the thermostat.
The two gates on the bin each have a thermostat and a heating element mounted on them under the insulation
and the sheet metal cover. Remove the sheet metal on each of the gates and remove the insulation. (See
Mark the electrical wires and disconnect them from the thermostat and the element.