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Replacing the Feeder Wheel MaxFire and UBB

Replacing the Feeder Wheel MaxFire and UBB

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Published by: Quark's Corner on Jun 13, 2008
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 Replacing the Feeder Wheel
MaxFire (S/N > 5,000) and UBB
Reasons for feeder wheel motor replacement:
Feeder wheel is warped.
Any problem associated with only the wheel.
Tools and equipment needed to replace the feeder wheel:
5/16" nut driver or socket and ratchet
Phillips Screw Driver
Replacing the feeder wheel
Unplug the stove.
Open the hopper lid.
Remove all of the corn in the hopper.
Remove the four 5/16" screws holding the feeder wheel cover.See Figure 1.
Remove the feeder wheel cover
Remove four shoulder bolts and springs from the Feeder Wheel. See Figure 2.
Remove the feeder wheel.
Vacuum the area under the feeder wheel.
Put the feeder wheel back on the hub, installing the four shoulder bolts andsprings.
Replace the feeder wheel cover.
Secure it with the four 5/16" screws.
Plug the stove in.
Check for proper operation.
Definition of terms
- The round metal piece that connects the feeder wheel motor shaft to thefeeder wheel.
Self-tapping screw
- A screw with a small drill bit built into the end of it. It willscrew into metal without a pilot hole.
DWG. NO. 4000353 Rev B 10/2007 Kit 4000006

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