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Figure 4-4. Fidelity-type 10-cap blasting - exploded view.
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Table 4-4. Troubleshooting for Blasting Machines - Continued
30-, 50- and 100-CAP GENERATOR-TYPE MACHINES
Check for shorted, broken, or loose
a. No electrical output
Fails to operate when
internal wires.
actuated.
Buff or replace brushes (para
h. Dirty or worn brushes
4-11b(3)).
Clean and buff commutator (para
c. Dirty commutator
4-11b(3)).
Send machine to depot for salvage
d. Broken or extremely worn
by cannibalization.
gear or any other major
component
Send machine to depot for salvage
Broken or extremely worn
Plunger will not
by cannibalization.
gear or any other major
move.
component
Smooth burs, gashes, etc. (para
a. Rough gear teeth
Noises or binding.
4-11b(3).
Lubricate with a few drops of oil
b. Dry bearing
(both bearings).
Send machine to depot for salvage
c. Worn bearing
by cannibalization.
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