b) The fan belt is now removable.
c) To remove the fan motor, the removal of
the four (4) loosened bolts can now be
accomplished and upon removal of said bolts
and washers, the motor is easily removed
from the front of the air conditioner for
disassembly service and reassembly.
d) The blower assembly can be serviced or dis-
assembled in the following manner:
1) Remove the two (2) forward bolts which hold
the blower assembly housing.
2) Loosen the two (2) rear bolts and the blower
assembly will now drop and b
e free to service.
3) Removal of the assembly would be accomplished
by the removal of the two (2) loosened bolts.
NOTE: THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY CAN ONLY BE REMOVED
THROUGH THE REAR ACCESS AS A COMPLETE
ASSEMBLY. THIS WOULD REQUIRE THE REMOVAL
OF THE BACK PANEL OF THE NAC-600 AIR
4) Should removal be desired from the top of the
NAC-600, the blower assembly bearings and blower
wheel should first be removed from the front of
the NAC-600 marine air conditionerwhile in the