3-61. MOTOR STARTERS REPAIR - continued.
Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, C1 II, is highly toxic and can ignite organic materials,
nitrates, carbides, and chlorates. Wear eye, skin, and respiratory protection. Use in
a well-ventilated area.
Remove dirt, dust and contaminants from metal and plastic parts.
Using fine sand paper, remove dirt, carbon, and dust from electrical contacts.
Inspect plastic parts for cracks, fractures, or chipped edges.
Inspect heater elements for cracks and signs of burns.
Inspect overload relay for overheating, fractures and breaks.
Inspect reset lever for freedom of movement.
Inspect mounting bracket for damage.
Inspect all hardware for damaged heads or threads.
Repair of motor starters is limited to replacement of Jumper wires and heaters.
Motor Starter K1.
Remove six screws (26) and three heaters (27).
Remove screw (28), square washer (29), screw (30), square washer (31) and red jumper wire (32).
Position red jumper wire on motor starter as indicated and install square washers (29 and 31) and screws
(30 and 28).
Install heaters (27) with two screws (26) each.