Remove the two offset weight pulleys (21) from the shaft. See the instructions for the bushings at the end of this
Disconnect the grease line (16) to the seal retainer plate (14). The seal retainer plates (14) are removed by
removing the fasteners holding them. Slide the plate and the seal (13) off the screen shaft.
The bearing (12) is pressed into a bearing housing (6). Remove the bolts in the flange of the bearing housing (6).
Use a puller on the bearing housing flange (6) to remove it from the screen deck side plate (1) and the shaft
housing (2). Slide the assembly off the shaft. Repeat this for the opposite side.
Use a puller to remove the bearing (12) from the housing (6).
Remove the seal (11) from the housing (6).
The shaft (10) can be removed from the shaft housing (2).
If necessary, the shaft housing (2) can be removed from the screen frame (1).
The screen cloth (33) is held in place with two clamps (34). Remove the carriage bolts holding the clamps (34) in
place and remove both the clamps (34) and the cloth (33).
The screen cloth (33) is supported on three deck channel rubbers (32). These rubber strips have a channel or
groove on the back which permits them to be pushed onto a flat piece of steel. They should be removed only if
they are going to be replaced.
Clean all components.
Inspect the screen clamps (34). If they are worn, replace them. The carriage bolts should be replaced at the
Replace the screen cloth (33) if the cloth is worn through or damaged.
The deck channel rubbers (32) will wear if the screen cloth (33) was not tight. Replace the rubbers (32) with new
ones if they show considerable wear.
Inspect the screen shaft (10). The bearing and seal surfaces should be smooth and not worn. Check the shaft
(10) to determine if it is straight and replace if it is not.