Drycleaning solvent PD680 is potentially dangerous. Avoid
repeated and prolonged breathing of vapors and skin contact, Do
not use near open flame, arcing equipment or other ignition
sources. Always wear protective clothing and eyewear.
(1) Clean pump motor and pump with cleaning solvent Fed. Spec. P-D-680, then air dry.
(2) Clean threads on hardware, nipples, and hose connections.
(3) Wipe cable and cable terminals with cleaning solvent Fed. Spec. P-D-680.
(1) Check cable for breaks in insulation and rubber cover.
(2) Check cable ends for bare wire between insulation and terminals and for damaged plugs and
(3) Check motor fan cover for dirt, dents, and peeling paint.
(4) Inspect pump frame for broken welds, bends, and damaged paint.
(5) Check mounting hardware for bent bolt shanks, rust, and damaged threads.
(6) Check for missing pump inlet and outlet port caps.
(7) Check for broken, missing, or damaged cap retainer chains.
(8) Inspect conduit box cover gasket for tears.
f. Repair or Replace Pump Assembly.
(1) If existing wire lengths permit, wire terminals may be replaced or faulty wire ends removed; otherwise,
(2) Motor fan cover may have dents removed to prevent interference with fan. If damage is severe or
large cracks are present, replace cover.
(3) Pump frame may be rewelded and frame members straightened or replaced.
(4) Replace all damaged screws, nuts, bolts, and washers.
(5) Repair damaged suction and discharge flange assemblies, (refer to paragraph 2-74).
(6) Replace all gaskets and O-rings.
(7) Replace damaged or worn strainer straps.
(8) Replace damaged or unserviceable backwash pump.
(9) Send damaged or unserviceable pump assemblies to Direct Support Maintenance for repair.
(10) Repair strainer assembly in accordance with paragraphs 2-41i through 2-41n.