E. H. Wachs 600 Knightsbridge Parkway


Part No. MAN, Rev. EH. Wachs



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Part No. MAN, Rev. EH. Wachs
When operating the TM from its standard parked position, it is not necessary to loosen the swivel clamps or remove the locking pin.
3.
Pull out the locking pin underneath the TM-7.
Figure 5-74. Pullout the locking pin holding the TM-
7 to the frame. Replace the pin in the frame after mov-
ing the TM-7.
On trailers equipped with both a TM and an ERV-
750, the TM will swivel only
90° to the back of the trailer.
4.
Move the TM to the desired position. Turn the swivel clamp knobs clockwise to lock the TM in place.
Figure 5-75. Swivel the TM along the rail to the
desired position, then tighten the swivel clamps.
NOTE
NOTE


Chapter 5, Operating Instructions Valve Exerciser
E.H. Wachs
Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 93 If the trailer is also equipped with an ERV-750, a stop bracket with a rubber bumper prevents the TM from traveling past 90°.
Figure 5-76. On trailers equipped with both a TM
and an ERV-750, a stop bracket with a rubber bumper
prevents the TM from swiveling too far.
Make sure the swivel clamps are tightened before operating the TM. The machine could move suddenly when actuated, causing operator injury.
6.
Operate the TM according to the instructions in the
Truck Mounted Valve Exerciser, Model TM-7 manual.
7.
When finished using the TM, return it to its parked position. Tighten the swivel clamps and reinsert the locking pin.
WARNING

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