(9) Remove ground lug (11) from grounding screw (10).
(10) From inside conduit box (14), remove cable grip nut (12) from cable grip (13) and slide it off wires.
Be sure Oring remains with cable grip.
(11 ) Remove remainder of cable grip (13) and cable assembly from conduit box (14).
c. Raw Water Pump Removal from Frame. (Figure 2-45)
(1) If motor is to be replaced, perform step (b), this paragraph. If not, unwrap power cable and move bulk
of power cable out of the way for this operation.
(2) Remove self-locking nut (1), flat washer (2), and two cap chains (3) from screw (4).
(3) Remove screws (4) from frame (10).
Tilt assembly for hardware access.
(4) Remove two nuts (5), two lockwashers (6), and two flat washers (7) from bolts (8).
(5) Remove two bolts (8) from frame (10) and pump (9).
(6) Remove pump (9) from frame (10).
Perform steps (7) through (14) only if replacing pump assembly
and retain removed items for the new pump.
(7) Remove hose cap (11) from adapter (12).
(8) Remove adapter (12) from pump (9).
(9) Remove hose cap (13) from adapter (14).
(10) Remove adapter (14) from elbow (15).
(11) Remove elbow (15) from pump (9).
(12) Remove priming plug (16) from pump (9).
(13) Remove two petcocks (17) and (18) from pump (9).
(14) Remove reducer (19) from pump (9).
Drycleaning solvent Fed. Spec. 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
(1) Clean pump motor and pump with cleaning solvent Fed. Spec. P-D-680, then air dry.
(2) Clean motor-cable-pump frame with steel brush or mild soap and brush, as needed. Prepare for
repainting, if necessary.
(3) Clean threads on hardware, nipples, and hose connections.
(4) Wipe cable and cable terminals with cleaning solvent Fed. Spec. P-D 680.