RECIPROCATING FEEDER ASSEMBLY REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS
Se c t ion
RECI PROCAT I N G
M OT OR
119. Reciprocating Feeder Motor Assembly
Cleaning, Inspection, Repair, and Test
The reciprocating feeder is driven by a five-
a. Cleaning. Clean all parts in an approved
cleaning solvent and dry thoroughly.
n e t i c starter. The motor and starter operates
b. Inspection and
on 208-220/440 volts. For tabulated data, re-
(1) Inspect all
parts for wear or damage.
f e r to TM 5-3820-205-10/1.
(2) Inspect the
commutator and field leads
or broken leads.
118. Reciprocating Feeder Motor Assembly
( 3 ) Replace all
worn, damaged, or burned
Removal and Disassembly
a. R e m o v a l . R e m o v e t h e m o t o r a s s e m b l y
c . Test. For armature and field coil testing,
r e f e r to TM 5-764.
120. Reciprocating Feeder Motor Assembly
assembly the reciprocating feeder motor assem-
Reassembly and Installation
C a u t i o n : Support the ends of the rotor (26)
s e m b l e the reciprocating feeder motor assem-
bly in the reverse order.
w h e n removing the drive end hearing support
Note. Install the retainers (29 and 32), gaskets (28
( 1 7 ) and the fan and bearing support (23) to
a n d 31) and the bearings (27 and 30) on the rotor
prevent dropping the rotor on the windings of
(26) and install as an assembly in the frame and field
the frame and field assembly (34).
assembly (34). Support the rotor to prevent it from
dropping and damaging the windings of the frame and
Note. Remove the bearing (27 and 30), gaskets (28
and 31), and retainers (29 and 32) with the rotor (26)
b. Installation. Install the motor assembly
as an assembly. Remove the bearing, gaskets, and
retainers in numerical sequence.
Figure 39. Reciprocating feeder motor assembly, exploded view.