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Tm 9-760 M5 BOMB TRAILER

Tm 9-760 M5 BOMB TRAILER

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WAR DEPARTMENT TECHNICAL MANUAL
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BEARINGSYSTEM

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Construction--3o

Troubleshooting36

Maintenance-..37

35.Construction.—a.Electricbrakesystem.—Theelectricbrake

systemconsistsprincipallyofthebrakedrum,acircularbrakeband,

anarmature,amagnet,andappropriatewiring.Electriccurrentfor

operationofthebrakesissupplied(exceptincaseofabreak-away)

bythebatteryoftheprimemover.Theelectricbrakecontroller,

whichisessentiallyarheostat,ismountedontheprimemoverand

controlledbythedriver.Thearmatureisattachedtoandrotates

withthebrakedrum.Themagnet,whichisstationarywhenthe

brakesareinoperative,clingstothearmaturewhencurrentisap-

pliedandthentendstorotatewiththearmature(fig.13).Asthe

magnetmoves,itengageslugsonthebrakebandwhichexpands

againstthebrakedrum,bringingthevehicletoastop.

b.Parkingbrakesystem.—Theparkingbrakelinkageisconnected

mechanicallytotheactuatingmechanismoftheelectricbrakesystem.

Thebrakeleverwhichismountedontheleftsideofthetoolboxis

connectedtoacrossshaftbymeansofaconnectingrodandclevis.

Oneachendofthiscrossshaftisaleverwhichisconnectedtoa

rearwheelbrakeleverbyaconnectingrodandclevis.Whenthe

brakeleverispulledbackwardthebrakebandexpandsagainstthe

brakedrumsinthesamemanneraswhentheelectricbrakesare

applied.

36.Troubleshooting.—Thefollowingtablecontainsthetrou-

blesmostfrequentlyencounteredwiththeelectricbrakesystem,and

iheirprobablecausesandremedies':

TroubleCauseRemedy

a.Nobrakesora.(1)Brokenwireina.(1)Checkentire

intermittentcircuit.wiringsystemforbro-

brakes.kenwires.

(2)Defectivecon-(2)Shortoutcontrol-

troller.lerbyconnectingboth

wirestooneterminal.

Ifbrakesthenoperate,

controllerisdefective.

Replace.

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TroubleCause

(3)Poorconnec-

tions.

(4)Brokenwireon

magnet.

(5)Defectiveplugor

socket.

6.Veryweak6.(1)Liningworn

brakes.out.

(2)Glazedmagnet

facing.

(3)Greasylining.

(4)Insufficientcur-

rent.

(5)Wornwheel

bearings.

c.Brakesgrab-c.(1)Looseorworn

bing.wheelbearings.

(2)Greasylining.

(3)Lininglooseon

rivets.

(4)Brakebandsdis-

torted.

(5)Poorelectrical

connection.

(6)Brokenmagnet

orbandsprings.

Remedy

(3)Check,clean,and

tightenallelectrical

connections.

(4)Ifbrokenwireis

accessible,repair.Ifno

currentthenflows

throughmagnet,replace

magnet.

(5)Checkphigand

socketforlooseordirty

connections.Repairor

replace.

6.(1)Replacewith

newlining.

(2)Removeglaze,

withemerycloth.

(3)Replacewithnew

lining.

(4)Cleanandtighten

connections.Checkplug

andsocket.Checkbat-

teryofprimemover.

(5)Replacebearings.

c.(1)Tightenorre-

placebearings.

(2)Replacewithnew

lining.

(3)Tightenrivetsor

replacewithnewrivets.

(4)Reshapebands.

(5)Checkwiringfor

looseconnectionsor

brokenwiresininsula-

tion.

(6)Replacesprings.

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ORDNANCEDEPARTMENT

Trouble

d.Brakesdrag.

e.Noisybrakes.

Cause

d.(1)Brokenspring

inhandbrakecontrol.

(2)Brokenorweak

bandreturnsprings.

(3)Bandsdistorted.

(4)Warpedbacking

plate.

(5)Brokenorloose

parts.

e.(1)Roadgritor

metalparticlesinlin-

ing.

(2)Looseorworn

wheelbearings.

(3)Bandsdistorted.

(4)Lininglooseon

rivets.

(5)Greaseonlining.

Remedy

d.(1)Replacespring.

(2)Replacesprings.

(3)Reshapebands.

(4)Straightenorre-

placeplate.

(5)Removebroken

parts.Replacewith

newparts.Checkbrake

forotherinjuries.

e.(1)Cleanorre-

placelining.

orre-

(2)Tighten

place.

(3)Reshapebands.

(4)Tightenrivetsor

replacewithnewrivets.

(5)Replacewithnew

lining.

37.Maintenance.—a.Wiring.—Allwiringshouldbeinspected

frequently.Anywiringthatshowssignsofwear,scuffing,orbreaks

shouldbetapedwithelectrician'stapeandthecauseforwear

remedied.

6.Magnet.—(1)Maintenanceforthemagnetislimitedtoremov-

ingglazeandrepairofwiringontheoutsideofthemagnet.Remove

glazefromthemagnetwithamediumgradeofemerycloth.Donot

removemetalfrompolefacesofmagnet.Brokenwiresontheout-

sideofthemagnetmayberepairedwithelectrician'stape.

(2)Anewarmaturemaybeusedwithanoldmagnetbutanew

magnetmustnotbeusedwithanoldarmature.

c.Brake~band.—Forbestperformancethebrakebandmustbe

round.•Checkallbandsforroundnesswhenserviceworkisdoneor

thebandisrelined.Thebandshouldfitsnuglytothespecialband

gage(WarnertoolNo.4843),withalighttensiontoholditinplace.

Iftheleadingend(toeend)ofthebandisbentawayfromthegage,

thebrakewillbestrongor"grabby."Iftheleadingendisbentin

towardthecenter,thebrakewillbeweak.Adistortedbandmay

beroundedasfollows:

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(1)Toroundaflatspotinthebandlaythebandonaboardor

woodentopbenchandstrikethebandwhereitisnecessarywitha

ballpeenhammer.

(2)Tospringthebandout,placeitinabenchviseandclosethe

vise.Allbendingshouldbedonebetweenrivets.

d.Adjustment.—(1)Thebrakesrequirenoadjustmentforwear

duringtheirlife.Themovementofthemagnetduringapplication

ofthebrakesissufficientlyself-adjustingtowearthebrakesdown

totherivets.Whenthisoccurs,anautomaticstoppi-eventsthe

rivetsfromscoringthedrum.However,thisisallbasedonthe

properoriginaladjustmentafterthebrakeshavebeenrelined.

(2)Thearmaturewillbedepressedabout%ginchagainsttin-

magnetwhenthedrumismountedinrunningposition.Thiscan

bedeterminedbeforethedrumisplacedontheaxle,byusingthe

specialarmaturegage(WarnertoolNo.4680).

(n)Placetheshortendsofthegageagainstthemagnetface.

(b)Slideadjustablerodagainstbearingshoulderandtighten

thumbscrewingage.

(<--)Slidecollaragainstframeofgageandtightenthumbscrewin

collar.

(d)Loosenthumbscrewingage.

(e)Placeinnerwheelbearinginhub.

(/)Atthreeplacesaroundthecircumferenceofthearmature

wedgeitawayfromthedrumtoitsfullesttravel.

(g)Placelongendsofgageagainstarmatureface.

(h)Slideadjustablerodagainstwheelbearingandtightenthumb-

screwingage.Theamountofmovementoftheadjustablerod

(distanceD)isthearmaturedepressionafterassembly.

(3)Ifthedepressionofthearmatureisgreaterthan%2inch,shim

thebearingoutatthebearingshoulderoftheaxleshaft(A).Ifthis

distanceislessthan]/sinch,shimoutthearmatureringbyusing

specialshims(WarnershimNo.3516isy16inchthickwhileNo.

3516AisJ/32inchthick)betweenthearmatureringandthedrum

(B).Thevariationfromthesedimensionsmustnotexceed%4inch.

e.Break-awayswitch.—Iftestsindicatethatthebreak-awayswitch

isdefective,itshouldbereplacedasfollows:

(1)Disconnectthetwoelectricalleads(fig.5).

(2)Removethetwomountingbolts.

(3)Liftoffswitch.

(4)Replaceinreverseorderofremoval.

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ORDNANCEDEPARTMENT

-BRAKEBAND

-ARMATURE

r-SPRING

ORDI5I3I

MAGNET

SPRING

CAM-

IS.--Electricbrakeinterior.

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BOMBTRAILERM5

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DRUM

WEDGEBLOCKS

BEARINGSEAT

GAUGETHUMBSCREW

ADJUSTABLEROD

COLLARTHUMBSCREW

BEARINGSHOULDER

MAGNETFACE

ARMATUREFACE

ARMATUREANDBEARINGASSEMBLY

BRAKEANDAXLEASSEMBLY

RAPD2996

FIOURB14.--Usingelectricbrakearmaturespacingj;age.

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