Replace the inner (11) and the outer (13) seals.
Inspect the bearings (12) for wear or damage. Replace if necessary.
Check the bearing housing (6) for wear to the bore. If the bearing (12) is loose in the housing (6), replace the
Inspect the offset weight pulleys (21). The fasteners holding the weights (22) should be torqued. Confirm that the
two pulleys (21) have the same number of weights (22) and that the weights are mounted in the same location.
Inspect the drive belt and replace if it is damaged or broken.
Inspect the sheaves for wear or damage. Replace either or both of them if the damage cannot be repaired.
Inspect the electric motor, repair and replace as needed.
Inspect the screen springs, spacers and rubbers. Replace any part that shows damage or wear.
Slide the screen shaft (10), with the drive end to the drive side, into the shaft housing (2).
Install the inner seals (11) into the bearing housings (6). Tap the bearings (12) into the bearing housing (6). Slide
this assembly onto the shaft (10). Insert the bearing housing (6) into the screen side plate (1) and use the bolts in
the bearing housing flange to draw the housing into the screen frame (1) and the shaft housing (2). Tighten the
bolts evenly around the flange to prevent the housing (6) from jamming as it is installed. When the bearing
housing (6) is all the way in, torque the bolts in the flange. Repeat for the opposite side.
Install the seal (13) into the seal retainer plate (14). The retainer plate (14) can be bolted into place.
Connect the grease lines (16) to the seal retainer plate (14).
Install the offset weight pulleys (21) and the bushings (27) onto the shaft (10).
Install the pulley guards (29).
Install the deck channel rubbers (32) onto the frame (1).