Part No. MAN, Rev. EH. Wachs 2. Remove the four screws on the front of the cover. Figure 7-23. Remove the four screws holding the front of the sprayer pump belt cover. 3. Lift the cover up and tip it to remove it from behind the engine. 4. Inspect the belts for any damage. Check the tension on the belts. Figure 7-24. Inspect the sprayer pump belts for dam- age and correct tension.
Chapter 7, Service and Repair Servicing the Drive Belts E.H. Wachs Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 125 To replace one or both belts, loosen the lock nuts on the tension screws, and then turn the screws counterclockwise until the belts can slip off the pulleys Figure 7-25. Loosen the lock nuts, then turn the ten- sioning screws counterclockwise to loosen the tension on the belts. 6. Slip the worn or damaged belt off the pulleys, and replace it with anew belt. Turn both tensioning screws the same number of turns to keep the sprayer pump square with the drive system. 7. Tighten the sprayer pump belt tensioning screws until the belts are tight on the pulleys. To check the tension, place your thumb on the belt halfway between the pulleys and press down. The belts should deflect no more than 1/2” (13 mm. 8. Re-tighten the lock nuts on both tensioning screws 9. Replace the sprayer pump belt cover and insert the four screws in the front. 10. Replace the screw in the back of the sprayer pump belt cover. Lock nuts Tensioning screws NOTE