4-33. BURNER ASSEMBLY - continued.
Inspect burner assembly for cracks, wear and damage to parts.
Inspect for carbon /soot build up, clean as required.
Drycleaning solvent, P-D-680, Type III, used to clean parts, is potentially
dangerous to personnel and property. Combustible - do not use near
welding areas, near open flames or on hot surfaces. use only with
adequate ventilation. Avoid prolonged or repeated breathing of vapors.
do not smoke while using it. Use protective creams; wear apron and
goggles (or face shield) to protect the skin. Store in approved metal
Clean burner assembly with dry-cleaning solvent (Item 1, App E) and let dry.
Repair is limited to replacement of nozzle, filter and burner assembly.
Refer any additional damage to direct support maintenance.
Installation (Refer to Figure 4-60)
Install filter (1) and nozzle (2).
Burner must be installed with flame detector tube on the bottom.
Install baffle (3) and three set screws (4).
Install gasket (5), burner assembly (6), six flat washers (7), six lockwashers (8) and six
Slide clamp (10) on flame sensor (11) and install flame sensor (11) and secure with clamp
Connect fuel line (12) and two high tension leads (13).
Install gasket (14) (Item 59, App F) on cover (15).
Use appropriate holes to allow the bracket to be parallel to base of the ASH Unit.
Install cover plate (15), thermostat bracket (16), eight flat washers (17), eight lockwashers
(18) and eight nuts (19).