MAINTENANCE 

Solenoid Maintenance

Introduction

The solenoids may be manually driven to check their operation. This makes fault finding easier to help determine if the fault is electrical or mechanical. Should a solenoid become faulty or dysfunctional it may be replaced using the procedure outlined below

Applicable Model(s):

Procedure

Manual Over-Ride

1. Find a small pointed instrument.
2. Press the orange button to activate the solenoid.
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Solenoid Replacement

1. Remove the air supply from the gauge.
2. Loosen the Mounting Clamp at one end.
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3. Gently part the solenoid group around the faulty solenoid.
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4. Clip it off the Din Rail.
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5. Re-install the new solenoid.
(Ensure the Circular Tube Gaskets (3 per side) all slide back in when you press the group together again)
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6. Tighten the Mounting Clamp.
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7. Re-connect the air supply and check for leaks

If leaks are detected, check the tube gaskets are oriented correctly, the solenoids a re all pressed tightly together and the Mounting Clamp is tightened to hold them in place.