Make certain in-line pressure is relieved from tubing before proceeding with re-
moval. Failure to do so could result in injury or death.
Remove two nuts (1, Figure 2-19), two bolts (2) and coupling halves (3).
Loosen snubber assembly (6). Slide towards coupling.
Separate tubing ends (4).
Remove victaulic gasket (5).
Remove snubber assembly (6).
a. Check gasket, coupling and tubing ends for damage.
b. If snubber is damaged, remove two capscrews (7), locknuts (8) and snubber gaskets (9).
c. Replace wire (10) if damaged. Cut wire to 18 inches.
d. Replace any component found to be worn or damaged.
Use glycerin on gasket to ensure smooth and easy assembly.
Slide gasket (5) over tubing ends (4).
Align tube ends (4) together.
Center gasket (5) between the two tube ends (4).
Position coupling halves (3) over tube ends (4) and secure with bolts (2) and nuts (1).
Ensure that no slack remains in wire,
If snubber was damaged, install new snubber assembly (6) with gaskets (9), capscrews (7) and locknuts (8).
Place system in operation. Check for leaks.