The deflector rubber in the discharge hood should extend four inches below the hood. If it does not, it should be
Inspect the discharge hood for wear. If the steel has worn away from use, repair or replace the hood.
Inspect all troughing rolls. They must turn freely in the frames. If any do not turn freely, replace them with new
ones. If the outside shell of the roll is worn flat or has holes it should be replaced.
Inspect the trough frame to determine if it is bent or damaged. Repair or replace if necessary.
Inspect all return rolls. The shaft must turn freely. The outside shell of the roll should not be worn flat or have
holes. Replace the roll if the shaft does not turn freely or if the shell is damaged.
Inspect and repair the hydraulic cylinder following the instructions in Section 39-13.
Inspect the hydraulic cylinder pins and the support brackets for the cylinders. Repair or replace as necessary.
Install the two keys for the pulley into the head shaft.
Install the pulley onto the head shaft and slide the two bushings onto the shaft.
Install the fasteners holding the bushing in place and securing the shaft in the head pulley.
Slide the pillow block bearings onto the shaft.
Using a sling around the head shaft on either side of the pulley, lift the assembly to the conveyor frame. Make
sure the reducer end of the head shaft extends out the correct side of the conveyor.
A bearing adjustment bolt is mounted on each side of the conveyor below the mounting of the pillow block
bearings. Unless these have been moved, or the pulley does not sit level, they should not have to be moved.
Install the two bolts holding each of the pillow block bearings in place. Tighten them.
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