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1 Repair/Parts ProMix KE Plural Component Proportioner A0870L EN Self-contained, electronic plural component paint proportioner. For professional use only. Important Safety Instructions Read all warnings and instructions in this manual. Save these instructions. See pages and for model information, including maximum working pressure and approvals. For patent information, see Pump System Meter System ti696a ti698a

2 Contents Related Manuals Non-Hazardous Location Models Hazardous Location Models Warnings Important Two-Component Material Information. 8 Isocyanate Conditions Material Self-ignition Keep Components A and B Separate Moisture Sensitivity of Isocyanates Changing Materials Pressure Relief Procedure Pump Systems Meter Systems Purging Pump Systems Meter Systems Shutdown Maintenance Recommendations Service Before Servicing Replace the Air Filter Element Replace Solenoids Replace the Power Supply Replace Alternator Regulator Replace Advanced Fluid Control Module (AFCM) Replace Alarm Replace Display Module Replace USB Module Update Software Pump System Air Controls Meter System Air Controls Fluid Controls Repair Flow Meters Repair Mix Manifold Pump Assembly Parts Pump-Based Proportioners, Models F088-F Pumps Air Controls, Pump-Based Models F088-F Tubing Chart, Pump-Based Models F088-F Meter-Based Proportioners, Models F080-F Tubing Chart, Meter-Based Models F080-F Control Box USB Module Electric Power Assembly Alternator Power Assembly Alternator Module Sequential Dosing Mix Manifold Dynamic Dosing Mix Manifold Color/ Solvent Valve Stack Color/ Solvent Valve Stack Pump Stand Kit F0 Meter Stand Kit G Air Flow Switch Kit T Accessories Schematics Technical Data Graco Standard Warranty A0870L

3 Related Manuals Related Manuals Manual Description A0868 ProMix KE, Pump-Based, Operation A0869 ProMix KE, Meter-Based, Operation 99 Coriolis Meter G000 Flow Meter 78 Fluid Mix Manifold 78 Dosing Valve 78 Gun Flush Box Kit V86 79 Merkur Displacement Pump 79 Merkur Bellows Displacement Pump 796 NXT Air Motor Manual Description 067 Rebuild Kit for High Pressure Dispense Valve 068 Dispense Valve Seat Kits A Graco Control Architecture Module Programming A 6G Alternator Conversion Kit A 6G Electric Power Conversion Kit A ProMix KE Stand Kits A H -Color Valve Stack Kit A H USB Module Kit Beacon Tower Non-Hazardous Location Models * Part No. Series Description Approved for Non-Hazardous Location Maximum Working Pressure psi (MPa, bar) Pump Systems F088 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (., ) F089 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.8, 8) F090 A 0:, Merkur, A and B 000 (0.7, 07) F09 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.0, 0) F09 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) F09 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (.8, 8) F09 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) F09 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (., ) F096 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.8, 8) F097 A 0:, Merkur, A and B 000 (0.7, 07) F098 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.0, 0) F099 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) F00 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (.8, 8) F0 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) Meter Systems F080 A G000, color/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) F08 A G000, colors/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) F08 A G000, color/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) F08 A G000, colors/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) USB Module Approvals* * ProMix KE non-hazardous location equipment manufactured in the United States, with serial number beginning with A or 0, has FM and CE approvals. Equipment manufactured in Belgium, with serial number beginning with M or 8, has CE approval. A0870L

4 Hazardous Location Models Hazardous Location Models ProMix KE systems are not approved for use in hazardous locations unless the base model, all accessories, all kits, and all wiring meet local, state, and national codes. Approved for Hazardous Location Class, Div, Group D (North America); Class, Zones and (Europe) Part No. Series Description Maximum Working Pressure psi (MPa, bar) USB Module Approvals* Pump Systems F0 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (., ) F0 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.8, 8) F0 A 0:, Merkur, A and B 000 (0.7, 07) F0 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.0, 0) F06 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) F07 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (.8, 8) F08 A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) F09 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (., ) F0 A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.8, 8) F A 0:, Merkur, A and B 000 (0.7, 07) F A :, Merkur, A and B 00 (.0, 0) F A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) F A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (.8, 8) F A :, Merkur A, Merkur Bellows B 00 (., ) Meter Systems F08 A G000, color/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) F08 A G000, colors/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) F086 A G000, color/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) F087 A G000, colors/ catalyst 000 (7.8, 7.8) II G Ex ia px IIA T Ta = 0 C to C FM0 ATEX 00 X Intrinsically safe and purged equipment for Class I, Division, Group D, T Ta = 0 C to C 09 See Special Conditions for Safe Use in Warnings, page. * ProMix KE hazardous location equipment manufactured in the United States, with serial number beginning with A or 0, has ATEX, FM, and CE approvals, as noted. Equipment manufactured in Belgium, with serial number beginning with M or 8, has ATEX and CE approvals, as noted. A0870L

5 Warnings Warnings The following warnings are for the setup, use, grounding, maintenance, and repair of this equipment. The exclamation point symbol alerts you to a general warning and the hazard symbols refer to procedure-specific risks. When these symbols appear in the body of this manual, refer back to these Warnings. Product-specific hazard symbols and warnings not covered in this section may appear throughout the body of this manual where applicable. WARNING FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD Flammable fumes, such as solvent and paint fumes, in work area can ignite or explode. To help prevent fire and explosion: Use equipment only in well ventilated area. Eliminate all ignition sources; such as pilot lights, cigarettes, portable electric lamps, and plastic drop cloths (potential static arc). Keep work area free of debris, including solvent, rags and gasoline. Do not plug or unplug power cords, or turn power or light switches on or off when flammable fumes are present. Ground all equipment in the work area. See Grounding instructions. Use only grounded hoses. Hold gun firmly to side of grounded pail when triggering into pail. If there is static sparking or you feel a shock, stop operation immediately. Do not use equipment until you identify and correct the problem. Keep a working fire extinguisher in the work area. SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR SAFE USE To prevent the risk of electrostatic sparking, the equipment s non-metallic parts should be cleaned only with a damp cloth. Pump Systems: The aluminum adapter plate may spark upon impact or contact with moving parts, which may cause fire or explosion. Take precautions to avoid such impact or contact. ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD This equipment must be grounded. Improper grounding, setup, or usage of the system can cause electric shock. Turn off and disconnect power at main switch before disconnecting any cables and before servicing equipment. Connect only to grounded power source. All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations. A0870L

6 Warnings INTRINSIC SAFETY Intrinsically safe equipment that is installed improperly or connected to non-intrinsically safe equipment will create a hazardous condition and can cause fire, explosion, or electric shock. Follow local regulations and the following safety requirements. Only models with model numbers F08-F087 and F0-F, utilizing the air-driven alternator, are approved for installation in a Hazardous (explosive atmosphere) Location. See Hazardous Location Models, page. Be sure your installation complies with national, state, and local codes for the installation of electrical apparatus in a Class I, Group D, Division (North America) or Class I, Zones and (Europe) Hazardous Location, including all of the local safety fire codes, NFPA, NEC 00 and 6, and OSHA To help prevent fire and explosion: Do not install equipment approved only for a non-hazardous location in a hazardous location. See model ID label for the intrinsic safety rating of your model. Do not substitute system components as this may impair intrinsic safety. Equipment that comes in contact with the intrinsically safe terminals must be rated for Intrinsic Safety. This includes DC voltage meters, ohmmeters, cables, and connections. Remove the unit from the hazardous area when troubleshooting. The equipment is intrinsically safe when no external electrical components are connected to it. Do not connect, download, or remove USB device unless unit is removed from the hazardous (explosive atmosphere) location. SKIN INJECTION HAZARD High-pressure fluid from gun, hose leaks, or ruptured components will pierce skin. This may look like just a cut, but it is a serious injury that can result in amputation. Get immediate surgical treatment. Do not spray without tip guard and trigger guard installed. Engage trigger lock when not spraying. Do not point gun at anyone or at any part of the body. Do not put your hand over the spray tip. WARNING Do not stop or deflect leaks with your hand, body, glove, or rag. Follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when you stop spraying and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment. Tighten all fluid connections before operating the equipment. Check hoses and couplings daily. Replace worn or damaged parts immediately. 6 A0870L

7 Warnings EQUIPMENT MISUSE HAZARD Misuse can cause death or serious injury. Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Do not exceed the maximum working pressure or temperature rating of the lowest rated system component. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals. Use fluids and solvents that are compatible with equipment wetted parts. See Technical Data in all equipment manuals. Read fluid and solvent manufacturer s warnings. For complete information about your material, request MSDS from distributor or retailer. Do not leave the work area while equipment is energized or under pressure. Turn off all equipment and follow the Pressure Relief Procedure when equipment is not in use. Check equipment daily. Repair or replace worn or damaged parts immediately with genuine manufacturer s replacement parts only. Do not alter or modify equipment. Use equipment only for its intended purpose. Call your distributor for information. Route hoses and cables away from traffic areas, sharp edges, moving parts, and hot surfaces. Do not kink or over bend hoses or use hoses to pull equipment. Keep children and animals away from work area. Comply with all applicable safety regulations. MOVING PARTS HAZARD Moving parts can pinch, cut or amputate fingers and other body parts. Keep clear of moving parts. Do not operate equipment with protective guards or covers removed. Pressurized equipment can start without warning. Before checking, moving, or servicing equipment, follow the Pressure Relief Procedure and disconnect all power sources. TOXIC FLUID OR FUMES HAZARD Toxic fluids or fumes can cause serious injury or death if splashed in the eyes or on skin, inhaled, or swallowed. Read MSDSs to know the specific hazards of the fluids you are using. Store hazardous fluid in approved containers, and dispose of it according to applicable guidelines. Always wear chemically impermeable gloves when spraying, dispensing, or cleaning equipment. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT You must wear appropriate protective equipment when operating, servicing, or when in the operating area of the equipment to help protect you from serious injury, including eye injury, hearing loss, inhalation of toxic fumes, and burns. This equipment includes but is not limited to: Protective eyewear, and hearing protection. WARNING Respirators, protective clothing, and gloves as recommended by the fluid and solvent manufacturer. A0870L 7

8 Important Two-Component Material Information Important Two-Component Material Information Isocyanate Conditions Spraying or dispensing materials containing isocyanates creates potentially harmful mists, vapors, and atomized particulates. Read material manufacturer s warnings and material MSDS to know specific hazards and precautions related to isocyanates. Prevent inhalation of isocyanate mists, vapors, and atomized particulates by providing sufficient ventilation in the work area. If sufficient ventilation is not available, a supplied-air respirator is required for everyone in the work area. To prevent contact with isocyanates, appropriate personal protective equipment, including chemically impermeable gloves, boots, aprons, and goggles, is also required for everyone in the work area. Material Self-ignition Some materials may become self-igniting if applied too thickly. Read material manufacturer s warnings and material MSDS. Keep Components A and B Separate Moisture Sensitivity of Isocyanates Isocyanates (ISO) are catalysts used in two component coatings. ISO will react with moisture (such as humidity) to form small, hard, abrasive crystals, which become suspended in the fluid. Eventually a film will form on the surface and the ISO will begin to gel, increasing in viscosity. If used, this partially cured ISO will reduce performance and the life of all wetted parts. NOTE: The amount of film formation and rate of crystallization varies depending on the blend of ISO, the humidity, and the temperature. To prevent exposing ISO to moisture: Always use a sealed container with a desiccant dryer in the vent, or a nitrogen atmosphere. Never store ISO in an open container. Use moisture-proof hoses specifically designed for ISO, such as those supplied with your system. Never use reclaimed solvents, which may contain moisture. Always keep solvent containers closed when not in use. Never use solvent on one side if it has been contaminated from the other side. Always lubricate threaded parts with ISO pump oil or grease when reassembling. Changing Materials When changing materials, flush the equipment multiple times to ensure it is thoroughly clean. Always clean the fluid inlet strainers after flushing. Check with your material manufacturer for chemical compatibility. Cross-contamination can result in cured material in fluid lines which could cause serious injury or damage equipment. To prevent cross-contamination of the equipment s wetted parts, never interchange component A (resin) and component B (isocyanate) parts. 8 A0870L

9 Pressure Relief Procedure Pressure Relief Procedure Meter Systems To reduce the risk of skin injection, relieve pressure when you stop spraying, before changing spray tips, and before cleaning, checking, or servicing equipment. NOTE: The following procedure relieves all fluid and air pressure in the ProMix KE system. Pump Systems. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ) or from any screen to put the system in Standby.. Follow procedure for Purging Fluid Supply System, page 0, if desired or necessary.. Shut off air supply to A and B pumps and solvent supply pumps.. With the gun triggered, push the manual override on the A and B dose and solvent valve solenoids to relieve pressure. See FIG., page. Verify that fluid pressure is reduced to 0.. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ) or from any screen to put the system in Standby.. Shut off the A (A and A, if using multiple colors) and B fluid supply pumps/pressure pots.. Remove the Control Box cover.. With the gun triggered, push the manual override on the A (A, A), and B dose valve solenoids to relieve pressure. See FIG., page.. Follow Purging procedure, page. 6. Shut off the fluid supply to solvent valves A and B. 7. With the gun triggered, push the manual override on the A and B solvent valve solenoids to relieve solvent pressure. See FIG.. Verify that solvent pressure is reduced to Reinstall the Control Box cover.. Reinstall the Control Box cover. A0870L 9

10 Purging Purging Pump Systems There are pump purging procedures in this manual: Purging Mixed Material Purging Fluid Supply System Use the criteria listed for each procedure to determine which procedure to use. Purging Mixed Material There are times when you only want to purge the fluid manifold, such as: end of potlife breaks in spraying that exceed the potlife overnight shutdown before servicing the fluid manifold assembly, hose or gun.. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ) or from any screen to put the system in Standby.. Trigger the gun to relieve pressure.. If you are using a high pressure gun, engage the trigger lock. Remove spray tip and clean tip separately.. If using an electrostatic gun shut off the electrostatics before flushing the gun.. Set the solvent supply pressure regulator at a pressure high enough to completely purge the system in a reasonable amount of time but low enough to avoid splashing or an injection injury. Generally, a setting of 00 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar) is sufficient. 6. If using a gun flush box, place the gun into the box and close the lid. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ). The purge sequence automatically starts. If the gun flush box is not used, trigger the gun into a grounded metal pail until the purge sequence is complete. When done purging, the system automatically switches to Standby mode. 7. If the system is not completely clean, repeat step 6. NOTE: If necessary, adjust purge sequence so only one cycle is required. 8. Trigger the gun to relieve pressure. Engage trigger lock. 9. If spray tip was removed, reinstall it. 0. Adjust the solvent supply regulator back to its normal operating pressure. NOTE: If your system uses guns, you must trigger both guns simultaneously during a purge to purge both guns and lines. Verify that clean solvent flows from each gun. If not, repeat purge or clear clog/blockage in system. Purging Fluid Supply System Follow this procedure before: the first time material is loaded into equipment servicing shutting down equipment for an extended period of time putting equipment into storage. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ) or from any screen to put the system in Standby.. Trigger the gun to relieve pressure.. If you are using a high pressure gun, engage the trigger lock. Remove spray tip and clean tip separately.. If using an electrostatic gun, shut off the electrostatics before flushing the gun. 0 A0870L

11 Purging. Disconnect the component A and B fluid supplies at the pump inlets, and connect solvent supply lines. 6. Adjust the solvent fluid supply pressure. Use the lowest possible pressure to avoid splashing. 7. Remove the Control Box cover to access the solenoid valves. See FIG., page. 8. Purge as follows: Purge component A side. See FIG., page. Press the manual override on the Dose Valve A solenoid valve and trigger the gun into a grounded metal pail. Purge component B side. Press the manual override on the Dose Valve B solenoid valve and trigger the gun into a grounded metal pail until clean solvent flows from the gun. Repeat to thoroughly clean the mix manifold. 9. Reinstall the Control Box cover. 0. Shut off the solvent fluid supply.. Disconnect the solvent supply lines and reconnect the component A and B fluid supplies. NOTE: If your system uses guns, you must trigger both guns simultaneously during a purge to purge both guns and lines. Verify that clean solvent flows from each gun. If not, repeat purge or clear clog/blockage in system. NOTE: The system remains full of solvent. Meter Systems Purge the system: at the end of potlife breaks in spraying that exceed the potlife overnight shutdown or end of shift the first time material is loaded into equipment servicing shutting down equipment for an extended period of time. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ) or from any screen to put the system in Standby.. Trigger the gun to relieve pressure.. If you are using a high pressure gun, engage the trigger lock. Remove spray tip and clean tip separately.. If using an electrostatic gun shut off the electrostatics before flushing the gun.. Set the solvent supply pressure regulator at a pressure high enough to completely purge the system in a reasonable amount of time but low enough to avoid splashing or an injection injury. Generally, a setting of 00 psi (0.7 MPa, 7 bar) is sufficient. 6. If using a gun flush box, place the gun into the box and close the lid. 7. Press on Run Mix Spray (Screen ). The purge sequence automatically starts. If the gun flush box is not used, trigger the gun into a grounded metal pail until the system returns to Standby mode. 8. If the system is not completely clean, repeat step 6. NOTE: If necessary, adjust purge sequence so only one cycle is required. 9. Trigger the gun to relieve pressure. Engage trigger lock. 0. If spray tip was removed, reinstall it.. Adjust the solvent supply regulator back to its normal operating pressure. NOTE: The system remains full of solvent. NOTE: If your system uses guns, you must trigger both guns simultaneously during a purge to purge both guns and lines. Verify that clean solvent flows from each gun. If not, repeat purge or clear clog/blockage in system. A0870L

12 Purging Manual Overrides Solvent Valve A Solenoid Dose Valve A Solenoid Dose Valve A Solenoid Location Gun Flush Box Solenoid Location ti70a Solvent Valve B Solenoid Dose Valve B Solenoid Dose Valve A Solenoid Location FIG.. Solenoid Valves in Control Box Shutdown. Follow Purging procedure for your system, page 0 or.. Close main air shutoff valve on air supply line and on ProMix KE. Maintenance Recommendations The following table shows starting maintenance recommendations. Maintenance needs will vary based on individual applications and material differences.. Non-IS Systems: Shut off ProMix KE power (0 position). NOTE: Meter-based systems will restart in Recipe 0. Component Solvent Valves Fluid Filter Air Filter Pumps Dose Valves Meters Recommended Maintenance Frequency,000,000 cycles daily monthly 0,000 cycles,000,000 cycles,000 gallons A0870L

13 Service Service Before Servicing. Remove and replace element (06a, 09a).. Screw filter bowl (B) on securely. Install cover (A). To avoid electric shock, turn off power before servicing. Servicing the Control Box exposes you to high voltage. Shut off power at main circuit breaker before opening enclosure. All electrical wiring must be done by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations. Do not substitute system components as this may impair intrinsic safety. Read Warnings, pages Follow Pressure Relief Procedure, page 9, if service time may exceed pot life time, before servicing fluid components, and before transporting equipment to a service area.. Close air shutoff valves.. Non-IS Systems: Shut off power (0 position).. If servicing Control Box, also shut off power at main circuit breaker. 09 Pump System 06 Meter System ti708a Replace the Air Filter Element 09 ti67a Removing a pressurized air filter bowl could cause serious injury. Depressurize air line before servicing. Pump systems have two air filters: the micron air manifold filter (09) and the 0 micron pump air filter (06). Meter systems have only the micron filter (09). Check filters daily and replace element(s) as needed. Order D909 ( micron) or D890 (0 micron). 06a, 09a B. Close main air shutoff valve on air supply line and on system. Depressurize air line. A. Remove the filter cover (A).. Unscrew the filter bowl (B). ti69a FIG.. Replace Air Filter Element(s) A0870L

14 Service Replace Solenoids The system has a minimum of solenoids. If you have a -color system or a gun flush box, you have additional (optional) solenoids for each. To replace the solenoid module:. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main power.. Open Control Box. To replace a single solenoid:. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main power.. Open Control Box.. Disconnect solenoid wires (N) from harness (0). See FIG... Unscrew screws (P) and remove solenoid (06).. Install new solenoid (06). 6. Connect wires (N) to harness (0). Solenoid wires are polarized (red+, black-). Refer to System Electrical Schematics, pages Replace Control Box cover.. Disconnect all solenoid wires (N) from harnesses (0). NOTE: If you have an intrinsically safe model, you will need to remove the alternator air regulator from the solenoid module. See page 8 for removal instructions.. Remove two screws (0).. Remove and replace solenoid module. 6. Connect all wires (N) to harnesses (0). Solenoid wires are polarized (red+, black-). Refer to System Electrical Schematics, pages Replace Control Box cover N P 06 FIG.. Replace a Single Solenoid ti666a FIG.. Replace Solenoid Module ti60a A0870L

15 Service Replace the Power Supply All electrical wiring must be completed by a qualified electrician and comply with all local codes and regulations. Wall Power Supply and Filter. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main power. 0. Connect the power supply wire harness (/PS) to the switch (0), as shown. See also Electrical Schematic. Connect the PS ground wire to the ground terminal (T) of the advanced fluid control module.. See FIG.. Connect wire harness () to the line filter (0) and terminal block (0) as shown. See also Electrical Schematic.. Connect CAN cable (0a) to the advanced fluid control module.. Open Control Box.. Disconnect the three input wires from the line filter (0). Connect cable (0a) here. 0 Line Neutral Ground 0 ti69a FIG.. Terminal Block Electrical Connections. See FIG. 8. Disconnect the power supply CAN cable (0a) from the advanced fluid control module (0).. Disconnect line filter wires and power supply wires from the power switch (0). 6. Disconnect the power supply ground wire, PS(GND), from the advanced fluid control module ground terminal (T). 7. Remove four screws (0) and remove power supply (0). If replacing filter, remove two screws (07) and the filter (0). 8. Install the new power supply (0) and line filter (0), using supplied screws (0, 07), as shown. 9. See FIG. 8. Connect wire harness (0/LF) to the line filter (0) and to the power switch (0), as shown. See also Electrical schematic. FIG. 6. Reconnect CAN cable. L A TERMINAL BLOCK L N GRND L GRND N LINE POWER FILTER SWITCH ROCKER ti660a N FIG. 7. Electrical Schematic A POWER SUPPLY A0870L

16 Service : PS(L) A: LF(N) 0 : PS(N) A: LF(N) 0 0a T 0 LF(L) LF(N) 0 0 PS(GND) PS(L) PS(N) 07 ti6a 06 FIG. 8. Replace Wall Power Supply 6 A0870L

17 Service Alternator Power Supply and Turbine. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main air.. Open Control Box.. See FIG. 9. Disconnect output power cable connections from alternator module (0). Disconnect ground lead (G) from control box ground terminal (T).. Disconnect the power supply cables from the Advanced Fluid Control Module, the USB Module, and the Display Module.. Disconnect air regulator line and exhaust air line from alternator module. 6. Remove four screws (09) from mounting to remove alternator from control box. 7. Remove seven screws (0h) to separate alternator housings. 8. Replace turbine (0d) if necessary. Lightly lubricate turbine o-ring to ease alternator housing reassembly. 9. Follow steps in reverse order to reassemble alternator regulator assembly and to reconnect power Air regulator line T Cable connectors Supply line disconnect 0 ti66a 09 ti6a 0h G Exhaust air line disconnect 0d FIG. 9. Remove Alternator Module (and Turbine) A0870L 7

18 Service Replace Alternator Regulator. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main air. Replace Advanced Fluid Control Module (AFCM). Open Control Box.. Disconnect supply air line from regulator assembly (0).. Loosen air regulator swivel fittings (06) and remove from solenoid module.. Repair or replace alternator regulator parts as necessary. See Alternator Power Assembly, page 6, for repair parts. Replace air regulator swivel fitting (06). 6. Reconnect air line. Set regulator air pressure to 8 psi (0. MPa,. bar). NOTICE To avoid damage to the alternator, do not set the regulator air pressure higher than 8 psi (0. MPa,. bar). 7. Close Control Box and restore power. Air regulator line. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main power.. Open Control Box.. Remove all cables from AFCM (0). Take note of cable locations.. Disconnect ground wire from ground screw (GS).. Loosen four mounting screws (0). 6. Slide AFCM up and out of keyhole slots. 7. Follow steps in reverse order to install a new AFCM. See electrical schematic for cable connection information. 8. Follow instructions in Manual A to update the software on the new AFCM. 9. Close Control Box and restore power Solenoid Module 0 ti66a FIG. 0. Replace Alternator Regulator FIG.. Replace AFCM GS ti6a 8 A0870L

19 Service Replace Alarm. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main power.. Open Control Box.. Disconnect alarm wires from alarm ().. Unscrew alarm jam/mounting nut to remove alarm.. Assemble new alarm. Reconnect alarm wires. 6. Close Control Box and restore power. Replace Display Module. Follow Before Servicing, page.. The Display Module (6) snaps tightly into the mounting bracket (9). To remove it, lift up on the front of the bracket and, at the same time, pull the Display Module out.. Disconnect the CAN cable (6).. Replace with a new Display Module.. Reconnect the CAN cable (6) as shown. 6. Follow instructions in Manual A to update the software on the new Display Module. Lift here. FIG.. Replace Alarm ti6a 6 ti667a ti660a J6 Connect cable (6) here (either port). FIG.. Replace Display Module A0870L 9

20 Service Replace USB Module USB Module. Follow Before Servicing, page. Disconnect main power.. Open Control Box. P. Non-IS Systems: Disconnect Display Module CAN cable, Advanced Fluid Control Module CAN cable and USB cable from the USB module (0). IS Systems: Disconnect Alternator CAN cable and USB cable from the USB module (0).. Remove ground screw () from top of Control Box for USB module and bracket. P Display Module ti680a J8 Advanced Fluid Control Module. Remove four mounting screws () from USB module and remove module. 6. Follow steps in reverse order to install a new USB module. Non-IS Systems Cable Connections: CAN cable from J6 (either port) on the Display Module to P on the USB Module. CAN cable from J8 on the Advanced Fluid Control Module to P on the USB Module USB cable () from the port on the Control Box to the port on the USB Module. IS Systems Cable Connections: CAN cable from J on the Alternator Module to P on the USB Module. USB cable () from the port on the Control Box to the port on the USB Module. 7. Follow instructions in Manual A to update the software on the new USB Module. 8. Close Control Box and restore power. To help prevent fire and explosion, do not connect, download, or remove the USB flash drive unless the unit is removed from the hazardous (explosive atmosphere) location. Never leave the USB flash drive in the USB port. J6 FIG.. USB Non-IS Cable Connections P ti660a USB Module ti680a J FIG.. USB IS Cable Connections. Update Software ti679a Alternator Module ti70a Order Software Token Kit 6D9 to update software. Manuals A and 0690 will accompany all software updates. Follow all instructions and warnings in these manuals to update your Display Module, Advanced Fluid Control Module, and USB Module (if used). 0 A0870L

21 Service 9 (X ) 8 0 ti6a FIG. 6. Replace USB Module A0870L

22 Service Pump System Air Controls Remove Air Control Assembly. Follow Before Servicing, page.. See FIG. 7. Disconnect pump air lines, main air line, and solenoid air line. NOTE: You may prefer to remove the A side air motor air line after you remove the assembly from the frame.. Loosen four screws (8) from sides of frame. Slide the assembly up and out to remove.. Follow steps in reverse order to reinstall air control assembly after repair. Replace Pressure Gauge(s). See Remove Air Control Assembly, page. See FIG. 8, page, for a full diagram of the pump air controls.. Disconnect air lines to gauges (0).. Remove mounting screws (0a).. Remove fittings () and gauges (0). Replace as needed.. Follow steps in reverse order to reassemble. Replace Air Regulators. See Remove Air Control Assembly, page.. See FIG. 8, page. Remove regulator nut (0) and disconnect air lines running to regulator (0). 8. Remove regulator assembly and replace with new. See Air Controls, Pump-Based Models F088-F, page.. Follow steps in reverse order to reassemble. Pump air Replace Manifold/Ball Valve/Safety Valve. See Remove Air Control Assembly, page.. See FIG. 8, page. Remove nut (0b) and handle (0a) from front of air control plate. ti67a. Remove four screws () from front of air control plate.. Disconnect all air lines. Solenoid air Main air. Disconnect fittings (07,,, ). Replace as necessary. 6. Disconnect ball valve (0) and safety valve (9). Replace parts as necessary, including manifold. See Air Controls, Pump-Based Models F088-F, page. 7. Follow steps in reverse order to reassemble. ti708a FIG. 7. Remove Air Control Assembly A0870L

23 Service b 0a FIG. 8. Air Controls, Pump System ti6a Meter System Air Controls Solenoid air Remove Air/Fluid Panel. Follow Before Servicing, page.. Disconnect main air line and solenoid air line. Disconnect fluid lines where they enter the valve stacks.. Remove four screws (8) from sides of frame.. Remove air/fluid panel assembly.. Follow steps in reverse order to reinstall assembly after repair. Main air Fluid inlets 8 FIG. 9. Remove Air/Fluid Panel ti68a A0870L

24 Service Replace Ball Valve. See Remove Air/Fluid Panel, page.. Remove screw (06b) and washer (06c) from the handle on the front of the panel.. Remove fittings (,,, ) and ball valve (06).. Replace fittings and/or valve as needed.. Follow steps in reverse order to reassemble. Replace Pressure Gauge(s). See Remove Air/Fluid Panel, page.. Disconnect air line to gauge (0).. Remove mounting screws (0a).. Remove fitting () and gauge (0). Replace as needed.. Follow steps in reverse order to reassemble. 0 06b 06c 06a FIG. 0. Air Controls, Meter System 6 ti698a A0870L

25 Service Fluid Controls 08 Remove Dosing Valve Stacks. Follow Before Servicing, page.. Meter-based systems: See Remove Air/Fluid Panel, page.. Pump-based systems: On inside of panel, remove fluid inlet hose (7). Remove fluid outlet pressure sensor (6). Disconnect fluid fitting () from dosing valve stacks (, 08 if -color system). Disconnect fluid outlet lines from fitting (70). Disconnect solvent supply hose from inlet. 6 Fluid inlets, meter-based system. FIG.. Remove valve stacks ti667a 6. -Color System. Remove four bolts (7) from top of valve stack. Separate the two manifolds (70 and 706). 7. Replace Seat(s): To replace a seat on a single valve, order Kit 6A60 (see page 9). Remove dosing valve (70) from manifold (70 or 706), then remove and replace seat (70) and o-rings (70 and 70). 7 Solvent supply inlet Service Dosing Valve: Order Kit U9 (see page 9). Follow all instructions and warnings in manual 78 to rebuild the dosing valve. 9. Valve Manifold Rebuild: For full service of your valve stack (-color or -color), order Kit H (see page 9). Follow directions in Dosing Valve Manifold Rebuild, page 6. FIG.. Disconnect fluid lines ti667a. Meter-based systems: Disconnect fluid inlet lines from valve stacks. See FIG... Remove four bolts () and washers () from inside the panel to remove each valve stack (, 08 if -color system). A0870L

26 Service Dosing Valve Manifold Rebuild Order Kit H (see page 9). Use all parts in the kit.. Follow Steps - in Remove Dosing Valve Stacks, page.. Remove fitting (70) and o-ring (708) Remove the dosing valve (70), then remove seat (70) and o-rings (70 and 70) from each side of each manifold (70, 706).. -Color Systems. Remove the spacer (707) and o-rings (708 and 709) from between the two manifolds (706).. -Color Systems. Install new o-ring (708) on fitting (70). Install fitting on bottom of -color manifold (70) NOTE: Relieve spring tension prior to installing the valve (70) into the manifold (70 or 706). 6. Install the small o-ring (70), the seat retainer (70) and the large o-ring (70) into the manifold, then install the valve (70). Torque to -0 ft-lb (7- N m). Repeat for each valve. 7. -Color Systems. Install new o-ring (708) on the spacer (707). Install new o-ring (709) on the bottom of the -color manifold (706). Align manifolds (70 and 706). Install four screws (7). Torque to 8-0 ft-lb (- N m). 8. Use four bolts () and washers () to reattach the valve stacks (, 08 if present). 9. Reconnect fluid lines. See FIG., page. 0. Reconnect air lines. See System Pneumatic Schematic, pages -. See also the Tubing Chart and Diagrams, page 6 for pump-based systems or page for meter-based systems FIG.. Rebuild Dosing Valve Stacks 70 7 ti60a 6 A0870L

27 Service Repair Flow Meters Coriolis Meter. Follow Before Servicing, page.. To remove and service the Coriolis meter, see manual 99. G000 Meter Removal. Follow Before Servicing, page.. Remove cable harness (8) and fluid lines.. Remove two screws (0) and washers (09) holding the meter (0) and the spacer (0) to the fluid plate (0).. Service meter as instructed in the meter manual Installation. Secure meter (0) and spacer (0) to the fluid plate (0) with screws (0) and washers (09).. Connect cable harness (8) and fluid line.. Calibrate meter as instructed in the Operation manual A0869. Repair Mix Manifold. Follow Before Servicing, page.. See FIG., page 8. Disconnect fluid lines.. Holding onto the mix manifold (), remove four screws () and washers () that hold the mix manifold () to the fluid plate (0, meter systems) or to the pump frame (pump systems). Remove the manifold.. Service mix manifold as instructed in Mix Manifold manual ti699a Disconnect fluid lines., 09, 0 ti668a FIG.. Meter System Manifold Removal A0870L 7

28 Service, Disconnect fluid lines. FIG.. Pump System Manifold Removal ti697a ti668a 8 A0870L

29 Service Pump Assembly 6 6 Prior to service, remove the displacement pump first, then the air motor. Remove the Displacement Pump See pages 0- for detailed illustration.. Follow Pressure Relief Procedure, page 9.. Disconnect the fluid line from the pump outlet. See FIG. 6.. Merkur Pumps: Remove the tie rod shield (6). Merkur Bellows Pumps: Remove the coupler shield (79).. Merkur Pumps: Hold the flats of the air motor shaft with a wrench. Use another wrench to loosen the coupling nut (6). Merkur Bellows Pumps: Hold the coupling nut (6) with a wrench. Use another wrench to turn the motor shaft. To avoid damage to the bellows top cap and the D-shaped seal, do not turn the coupling nut. ti8a FIG. 7. Remove the coupling collars 6. Merkur Pumps: Pull up on the TSL reservoir () to remove. 7. Use a socket to remove the tie rod nuts (). 8. Carefully remove the displacement pump, with the pump adapter attached. 9. Clamp the adapter plate in a vise to service the displacement pump. 0. See your displacement pump manual (79 for Merkur standard or 79 for Merkur bellows) for service and parts information. Remove the Air Motor. Follow Pressure Relief Procedure, page 9. ti8a. Follow Remove the Displacement Pump, page Disconnect air lines, the reed switch CAN cable, and the linear sensor cable.. Remove four screws (8) then remove the air control panel (). See Remove Air Control Assembly, page. FIG. 6. Loosen the coupling nut tia Disconnect fluid line.. Lower the coupling nut (6) enough to remove the coupling collars (), and then lift up the motor shaft and remove the coupling nut (6).. Remove four mounting screws (9) and washers (8) from the under side of the pump frame. 6. Systems with M0LH0 air motor (. in.): Remove three screws (9) and washers (8), then remove the adapter plate (7) from the bottom of the air motor. 7. Carefully lift the air motor up and out. Leave the tie rods and muffler attached or remove them, as you prefer. A0870L 9

30 Parts Parts Pump-Based Proportioners, Models F088-F - See page for control box parts connects inside box - See page for air controls parts. - See page 9 for valve stack parts. See page for pump parts See page 8 for mix manifold parts ti6a 0 A0870L

31 Parts Pumps 6 6 Connects reed switch () and linear sensor (6) to AFCM (0, see page ). Connects fluid outlet pressure sensor (6) to AFCM (0, see page ) ti66a A0870L

32 Parts Pump-Based Models F088-F - Ref. Part Description Qty FRAME CONTROL BOX, see page, Refs CONTROLS, air; see page, Refs VALVE, stack, color/ solvent; see page 9, Refs , 708, and 70 6F6 FITTING, pressure sensor, fluid outlet 6 M669 SENSOR, pressure, fluid outlet SCREW, machine, serrated flange, hex head, /6-8 x. in. 9 7 SCREW, flange, hex head, / NUT 699 MIX MANIFOLD, dynamic dosing, see page 8, Refs U606 NUT, lock, m6 x 6 88 COLLAR, coupling 6 T NUT, coupler 7 6F9 ADAPTER, plate, see Table, page M0LH0 MLN0 M8LN0 LW00A LW07A LW00A LWA LW0A LB00B LB0B LW00A LW07A LW00A LWA LW0A AIR MOTOR, Merkur, see Table, page, see manual 796 for repair/parts. in. (M0xxx) with linear sensor 6.0 in. (Mxxx) with linear sensor 7. in. (M8xxx) with linear sensor DISPLACEMENT PUMP A, see Table, page, see manual 79 for repair/parts Merkur, 0cc Merkur, 7cc Merkur, 00cc Merkur, cc Merkur, 0cc DISPLACEMENT PUMP B, see Table, page, see manual 79 for repair/parts Merkur Bellows with u-cup, 00cc Merkur Bellows with u-cup, 0cc Merkur, 0cc Merkur, 7cc Merkur, 00cc Merkur, cc Merkur, 0cc M66 ROD, tie, pump A ROD, tie, pump B M66 U69 Merkur pump Merkur Bellows pump See ADAPTER, displacement pump Table 6G6 COUPLING, adapter; see Table, page See RESERVOIR, tsl Table 6 A99 SHIELD, tie rod USB MODULE, see page, Refs HOSE, coupled :, :, and 0: systems : systems 8 66 FITTING, pipe BRACKET, mounting, display module 0 X LABEL, warning, USB, not shown 0 SCREW, machine, pan head, M x 0.7, for tie rod guard, not shown A0870L

33 Parts Ref. Part Description Qty. 6 ELBOW, air inlet 8 C8 M0xxx air motors All other air motors 7 T6 KIT, Air Flow Switch, see page 0, Refs , not used on : systems or 8 00 WASHER, lock M0xxx air motors All other air motors SCREW, cap, hex hd M0xxx air motors All other air motors 0970 PLUG, pipe, hdls, not shown C9798 SCREW, cap, socket head 007 WASHER, plain A0 SWITCH, reed assembly 6E97 CABLE, IS and reed GROMMET 8 PLUG, tube Not sold separately. KIT, LINEAR SENSOR, IS; includes sensor, fitting, magnet with holder, and o-ring M0xxx air motor All other air motors G89 G88 6 6E88 MODULE, display 6 78 CABLE, CAN, IS, yel m std x f rev ELECTRIC POWER ASSEMBLY, Models F088-F0, see page, Refs ALTERNATOR POWER ASSEMBLY, Models F0-F, see page 6, Refs W776 LABEL, warning, not shown FITTING, nipple, short 78 ADAPTER 6H9 M0xxx air motor All other air motors 79 A60 SHIELD, Bellows 8 07 WASHER, shipped loose, for Display Module 8 SCREW, shipped loose, for Display Module 8 6G7 MAGNET, with holder 87 6F79 CARD, alarm/icon, not shown W98 LABEL, warning Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost. 8 8 A0870L

34 Parts Parts that Vary by Model, Pump-Based Non-IS Model IS Adapter Plate (Item 7) Air Motor (Item 8) A Lower (Item 9) B Lower (Item 0) A Tie Rod (Item ) B Tie Rod (Item ) Lower Adapter (Item ) Coupling (Item ) TSL Reservoir (Item ) F088 F0 6F9 M0LH0 LWA LWA M66 M66 T9 6G6 A67 F089 F MLN0 LW00A LW00A M66 M66 T A66 F090 F MLN0 LW07A LW07A M66 M66 T A6 F09 F MLN0 LW00A LW00A M66 M66 T A6 F09 F06 6F9 M0LH0 LW0A LB0B M66 U69 T9 6G6 A68 F09 F MLN0 LW00A LB00B M66 U69 T A66 F09 F M8LN0 LW00A LB00B M66 U69 T A66 F09 F09 6F9 M0LH0 LWA LWA M66 M66 T9 6G6 A67 F096 F MLN0 LW00A LW00A M66 M66 T A66 F097 F MLN0 LW07A LW07A M66 M66 T A6 F098 F MLN0 LW00A LW00A M66 M66 T A6 F099 F 6F9 M0LH0 LW0A LB0B M66 U69 T9 6G6 A68 F00 F MLN0 LW00A LB00B M66 U69 T A66 F0 F M8LN0 LW00A LB00B M66 U69 T A66 A0870L

35 Parts Air Controls, Pump-Based Models F088-F b 0a ti6a Ref. Part Description Qty PLATE, air controls 0 0 VALVE, vented, -way 0a HANDLE 0b NUT, handle 0c 9067 TAG, warning, not shown 0 T00 GAUGE, air pressure 0a SCREW, mounting, gauge REGULATOR, air 0 6 NUT, air regulator 06 D79 FILTER, air 06a D890 ELEMENT, 0 micron ELBOW, male 08 T866 ELBOW, swivel, /8 npt x / T 09 FILTER, air 09a D909 ELEMENT, micron Ref. Part Description Qty. 0 ELBOW T98 ELBOW 8 ELBOW 69 ELBOW 0 CONNECTOR, tube 9 98 VALVE, safety 0 8 CONNECTOR, male, /8 npt 6F70 MANIFOLD, pump 787 SCREW, cap 0978 NUT, lock 000 SCREW, cap, hex A0870L

36 Parts Tubing Chart, Pump-Based Models F088-F Type Color Description Starting Point Ending Point Tube OD in. (mm) Air Green Solvent Valve A On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Dose Valve A On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Solvent Valve B On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Dose Valve B On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Red Solvent Valve A Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Dose Valve A Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Solvent Valve B Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Dose Valve B Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Natural Solenoid Air A A 0. (6.) Air Natural Air Regulator to Pump B A A 0.7 (9.) Air Natural Air Regulator to Pump A A A 0.7 (9.) Fluid ---- Pump B to Valve Stack B A A Fluid ---- Pump A to Valve Stack A A A Fluid ---- Valve Stack A to Mix Manifold A6 A Fluid ---- Valve Stack B to Mix Manifold A7 A Air Natural Air Regulator to Alternator* A8 A8 0.7 (9.) Air Black Alternator Air Exhaust* A9 A9 0. (.7) * Used only on IS models. R R R R * IS Models ti6770a G G G G GFB-C GFB-S ATOM- A8* ti86a GFB-P (Pressurized air line) A9* GFB-A ti677a GFB-C GFB-S ti86a 6 A0870L

37 Parts GFB-A ATOM- ATOM- A A B Side A Side A A ti677a G R G R R G R G A A A Side ti676a B Side ti6766a A A See Manual 78 for full setup instructions for a gun flush box. A6 A7 A Side B Side ti676a A0870L 7

38 Parts Meter-Based Proportioners, Models F080-F087 - See page for control box parts connects inside box See page 9 for valve stack parts See page 8 for mix manifold parts See page 9 for valve stack parts. ti697a 8 A0870L

39 Parts 06b c 06a ti698a 6 Meter-Based Models F080-F087 Ref. Part Description Qty FRAME, meter CONTROL BOX, see page, Refs VALVE, stack, color/ solvent; see page 9, Refs , 708, and 70 -Color Models -Color Models SCREW, machine, serrated flange, hex head, /6-8 x. in. 9 7 SCREW, flange, hex hd NUT 698 MIX MANIFOLD, sequential dosing, see page 8, Refs USB MODULE, see page, Refs VALVE, solenoid (-color models; see page ) HOSE, coupled,. ft 8 9 FITTING, union, swivel, / npt, sst BRACKET, mounting, display module 0 X LABEL, warning, USB, not shown 7 T6 KIT, Air Flow Switch, see page 0, Refs or C9798 SCREW, cap, socket head 007 WASHER, plain GROMMET 8 PLUG, tube 6 6E88 MODULE, display 6 78 CABLE, IS, CAN, yellow, m std x f rev ELECTRIC POWER ASSEMBLY, Models F080-F08, see page, Refs ALTERNATOR POWER ASSEMBLY, Models F08-F087, see page 6, Refs W776 LABEL, warning 8 07 WASHER, shipped loose, for Display Module 8 SCREW, shipped loose, for Display Module 87 6F79 CARD, alarm/icon, not shown 90 6G607 BUSHING, strain relief PLATE, fluid 0 ELBOW, /-8 npsm METER, gear, G F06 SPACER, meter A0870L 9

40 Parts Ref. Part Description Qty. 0 T00 GAUGE, air pressure 0a SCREW, mounting, gauge VALVE, ball, vented, / in. 06a HANDLE, ball valve 06b SCREW 06c WASHER VALVE, stack, clr/ fl, see page 9, -Color Models only WASHER, plain SCREW, M6x 0867 VALVE, check 070 SCREW, cap, sockethead 0008 BUSHING, pipe C967 BUSHING, reducer T98 SWIVEL, 90, /T x /8 npt(f) 6 C06 FITTING, tee 7 7 CONNECTOR, male 8 88 HARNESS, cable, w/connector, G000 0 ELBOW, male, swivel 89 FITTING, nipple 90 FITTING, bulkhead 66 FITTING, tube 779 HOLDER, tie 6 09 FILTER, air, /8 npt, see page for filter elements TOOL KIT, installation W98 LABEL, warning Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost. 0 A0870L

41 Parts Tubing Chart, Meter-Based Models F080-F087 Starting Ending Tube OD Type Color Description Point Point in. (mm) Air Green Solvent Valve A On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Dose Valve A On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Solvent Valve B On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Dose Valve B On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Dose Valve A On G G 0.6 (.0) Air Green Dose Valve A On 6G 6G 0.6 (.0) Air Red Solvent Valve A Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Dose Valve A Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Solvent Valve B Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Dose Valve B Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Dose Valve A Off R R 0.6 (.0) Air Red Dose Valve A Off 6R 6R 0.6 (.0) Air Main Air to Pressure Gauge A A 0.6 (.0) Air Natural Solenoid Air A A 0. (6.) Air Natural Main Air to Filter A A 0. (6.) Fluid Valve Stack A to Meter A A A 0.7 (9.) Fluid Valve Stack B to Meter B A A 0.7 (9.) Air Black Alternator Air Exhaust* A6 A6 0. (.7) Air Natural Air Regulator to Alternator* A7 A7 0.7 (9.) * Used only on IS models. * IS Models A A7* GFB-S A ti677a A6* ti86a ATOM- GFB-P (Pressurized air line) GFB-A R R R R R 6R ti677a ti6770a GFB-C GFB-S ti86a G G G G G 6G GFB-C A0870L

42 Parts See Manual 78 for full setup instructions for a gun flush box. A A A Side GFB-A B Side ATOM- ATOM- A Side B Side ti6767a A G G R G R R G G 6R R 6G R A ti6768a ti6769a A0870L

43 Parts Control Box color models have additional solenoids here. ti6a Ref. Part Description Qty. 68 W776 LABEL, warning ENCLOSURE, control box 0 6F7 MODULE, advanced fluid control 0a 08 SCREWS, access cover, not shown 0b COVER, access, not shown SCREW, machine, panhead 0 6E9 MANIFOLD, solenoid 0 68 SCREW, self-sealing VALVE, solenoid Pump and -Color Meter Systems -Color Meter Systems 07 6 CONNECTOR, male Pump and -Color Meter Systems -Color Meter Systems PLUG, pipe 09 C0606 MUFFLER, ELBOW 000 ALARM, V778 CABLE, IS, CAN female-female, not shown 796 SCREW PLUG, hole ti60a Ref. Part Description Qty. 000 NUT, lock, hex 6 76 NUT, locking 7 77 BUSHING, strain relief 8 97 CONNECTOR, bar, ground 9 6G607 BUSHING, strain relief 0 6E890 HARNESS, solenoid/meter F08 COVER, control box W98 LABEL, warning 6 6 SCREW, ground 7 7 WIRE, not shown A/R 8 FERRULE, wire, orange, not shown HOLDER, tie 0 08 SCREW, machine 8 8 PLATE, solenoid mounting; -color models have solenoids on this plate CONNECTOR, cord strain relief 0 D906 SUPPRESSOR Replacement Danger and Warning labels, tags, and cards are available at no cost. A0870L