Install the heat strip on each bin gate and bolt In place.
Install the thermostat and connect the wires for each gate heat strip.
Re-install the insulation or replace If necessary and install the sheet metal cover.
Connect the bin heating element into the junction box. Replace the junction box cover.
Following the chalk markings made at disassembly, route the heating element and clip it securely in place.
Install the thermostat and rewire Install the junction box cover.
Install the insulation, existing or new, and cover with the sheet metal. Pop rivet or screw into place
Plug cable 128 back into the control van. In the electrical panel LP1, turn the breaker back on for the surge bin
3-4-14 Bin Gates
Removal, Repair and Replacement. See figure 3-24.
This procedure assumes a complete removal, repair and replacement of this assembly. A partial disassembly repair and
replacement is possible. Follow the procedure to the point of removing only those components requiring repair or
Complete the disassembly on one gate before proceeding to the second gate. Disconnect the air lines to the air
cylinder taking care to mark which line attaches to which port. Plug all openings.
Remove the cylinder pin by removing the cotter pin This disconnects the cylinder from the gate.
Remove the air cylinder by removing the 8 fasteners holding the two gate members and the cylinder in position.
The heating element on the gate must be removed if repairs are going to be performed on the gate. Remove the
sheet metal cover, held in place with screws or pop rivets, and the insulation. This will expose the heating element
and the thermostat. (See Section 3-4-13). Mark and disconnect the wiring to these components.