Question about Heavy Duty Garden

Open Question

Lm4035 parts pump rebuild kit

Posted by Anonymous on

2 Suggested Answers

6ya6ya
  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

Hi,
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.
goodluck!

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

spraydoctor
  • 97 Answers

SOURCE: how to rebuild the pump

Kit 1857 is the water pressure seal kit. 1856 is the piston oil seal kit. The head of the pump has to be removed first. There are 6 bolts, most likely "allen head". After they are removed, the manifold head will separate from the crank-case (the part with all the mechanical bits). With the inside of the manifold head facing up, you will see 3 chambers (or holes) where the pistons do their work.

Inside of these chambers is where the packing seals and seal retainers live. The seal retainers are made of brass usually--could be a different allow on the XRA, but that doesn't matter. The point is that there are, in each chamber, one or two metallic retainer pieces that help to hold the pressure seals in place. These may pull out easily -- but often don't. I always use a tool called a slide-hammer. It has "fingers" that reach into the holes and mechanically expand, grabbing the retainers, and then the hammer part pops them right out. You can get creative and find a way to remove the retainers -- perhaps with two screw drivers, crossed like an X, and wobble to and fro while applying up pressure. I've done this when I couldn't find my slide-hammer. (They fit tightly, but are not pressed in.)

The most useful thing that I can tell you is to go slow and observe methodically. Keep things in order as you pull them out. Every pump is different, but typically, the first new piece that goes back into the pump head is a rather rigid feeling piece that has to be pressed into place (this piece may actually have an accompanying supportive piece that would go before it -- a hard black plastic ring that ends up supporting the "V" shape of the pressure seal). When I say "rigid", I don't mean as in metallic. It is more like a reinforced piece of hard, brown plasteen polymer. This is the High Pressure Seal. The "V" should be upside-down (if the head is laying on a workbench with the chambers/holes facing up). In other words, from your perspective, the cup is upside-down.

Now press it in with your thumbs. It is helpful to use a little oil on this seal to make the edges slick -- I press them in with my thumbs. Fingers are not strong enough to press them into place, but thumbs are -- just to give you an impression of the necessary force involved. Remember, this part is not metallic, so don't try to push it straight in, but let it tilt such that one side pushes in, and then it starts to wrap around, pushing in as it progresses around.

On most of these pumps, manufactured by the Annovi Reverberi Company, there is another seal that serves as a Low Pressure Seal. This one is quite different. It is much softer and made out of a rubber polymer. This one goes inside the outer-most metallic packing retainer. I generally remove the old one with a dental tool or small needle-nose pliers. It should wind up with the "cup" side down (just like the high pressure seal). As you rebuild each chamber with the new V-Packing Pressure Seals; after each metallic piece is inserted (with the help of oil to lubricate), tap it down gently with a 19mm (or so) socket and something light for a hammer (like a small crescent wrench). Just a little -- to be sure it is seated.

The next kit (1856) is Piston-Rod Oil Seals. If the pump is leaking oil, by all means, replace the old ones. If it is not, don't do it! Old oil seals are hard to remove without scratching the seats they sit in.
To remove old oil seals -- The ceramic pistons have to come off first. These pistons are easy to damage, so be careful. (As a side note, your pistons could be damaged already. They can crack under certain conditions.) After the pistons are out of the way, then you can use a dental pick or similar small/hooked tool to pull them out. They are usually made out of rubber with a steel washer in their core to add rigidity. Once the old ones are out, the new ones are simple to install. Just put them in the way the old ones were.
To put the pistons back on, clean the bolt threads and use some lock-tite. Tighten them to about 20 PSI, carefully (if you let your wrench lean sideways it could chip or crack the ceramic). Slather the pistons with oil before attempting to replace the manifold head. The new pressure seals will fit quite tightly over the pistons. Being careful to keep the head fairly straight, push it down over the pistons until it is far enough that the head bolts can reach the threads in the crank-case body. This way, you can use the bolts to pull the head the rest of the way on. Tighten each bolt just a little at the time such that the head is more or less pulled strait down (avoiding any severe tilting, which could damage the -- you guessed it -- ceramic pistons).

Tighten all head bolts, snugly. Remember, where the head and crank case body meet is NOT a water seal. It doesn't work that way. So there is no need tighten head bolts real tight.

And that, my friend, is that. I hope this helps you and please give me positive rating. Just shoot a note here if you have any further questions.
Don

Posted on Mar 03, 2012

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1 Answer

2000 trans am have to pump n pump clutch padel to get in gears fliud black


purchase a clutch cylinder rebuild kit. cost around 15-20 bucks. drain and remove the clutch master cylinder. replace the o-rings and other parts proveded in kit.

Mar 27, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

1 Answer

Where can I get a rebuild kit for pump?model XR-2600.


remove the pump and throw it away. Buy a better designed pump on eBay. just search your pressure washer model number or the obsolete rebuild kit part number a14292 you'll find the better pump.

Apr 03, 2012 | Honda Black Max 2600 PSI Pressure Washer

1 Answer

New battery, new starter & still problems starting


Hello! How long have you owned it? Question is directed at the carb and fuel pump...I would suggest rebuilding the carb with kit and replacing the fuel pump at the same time...see photos below...There are a couple of different fuel filters; one for a non- fuel pump (gravity feed) and one with a fuel pump...Your engine requires the fuel pump filter...dirt and varnish build up in the carb and pump especially if the wrong filter is installed...Buy a gallon of carb cleaner with the tray inside...
Guru...saailer

Genuine OEM Part - Manufacturer #808656...$18 Fuel Pump

2_14_2012_12_34_03_am.jpg


Genuine OEM Part - Manufacturer #691035...$6 Filter
2_14_2012_12_29_35_am.jpg



Genuine OEM Part - Manufacturer #797890...$45 Rebuild Kit
2_14_2012_12_27_48_am.jpg

Feb 13, 2012 | Briggs & Stratton Briggs Stratton Intek V...

1 Answer

Can u tell me what size of hydrolic pump is fitted to 1850 john deere tractor


There are 3 pumps that were used on this model.
Part number is:
AR103035
alternate / sub PN: AL70641
This 8 piston 11.3 CM3 pump is rebuildable at a fraction of the cost of a new or re-manufactured pump.
http://cheaptractorparts.com/store/product5697.html

There are 6 kits for this pump depending on what has failed on the pump.
Kits
AL71015
AL71016
AL71017
AL71018
AL71019
AL71020

The John Deere Parts catalog can be found here using you model number:
http://jdpc.deere.com

Pump PN: AR103036 23CM3=1.4 CU.IN
and
Pump PN: AR97872 40CM3=2.4 CU.IN

All of these pumps can be repaired. It just takes a talented and patient person to do the repairs with kit parts in hand.

Thanks for choosing Fixya,
Kelly

May 01, 2011 | John Deere 5420 Tractor

1 Answer

I need a rebilding kit for a.osmith motor mod c48k2pa105 1 hp 115/230


There are no rebuilding kits per say. Rebuilding a motor entails stripping it down and replacing what's bad. whole inside should be cleaned of debris, dust, rust etc. Almost always bearing are replaced. Armature, rotor and stator are cleaned, motor windings tested, start/run caps tested and replaced as necessary. Thermal overload, contactor, relay, centrifugal switch, etc, tested and replaced if needed. You can order bearings and capacitors from several places online, other parts can be harder to find. I local pump repair shop may sell you parts as well.

Jul 14, 2010 | AO Smith Pool Pump Motor 1HP Square Flange...

1 Answer

70 Plymouth Roadrunner has bad leak in power steering pump. The steering gear box is new as are the hoses. Looks like it is either the pump or the resevoir. Do you have any idea how to tell where the leak...


use a rag or paper towels to clean it the best you can, then pour fluid in it and watch for a leak. probably should rebuild the pump, with the new stuff you have already put on why take a chance on pump failure?
rebuild kit here

*legal*
this is merely a link to a rebuild kit so you can see what I am talking about and NOT in any way an endorsement for this particular parts store.

Feb 14, 2010 | 1994 Plymouth Voyager

1 Answer

Troy Bilt pressure washer model 020209 has very low spraying pressure. How do I repair the pump?


you are going to need a pump seal kit or they may call it a rebuild kit but this sort of thing happens often and you should not have any trouble getting the parts you need with the kit should come a exploded view diagram but request one just to make sure be careful when putting it back together if gyou damage any of the brass or neoprene parts you will be putting it together for nothing lay out your parts on a clean towel keep all dirt and grime away and clean your pump housing really good before you put the new parts in and i mean clean enough to eat off of if you do all of these things your rebuild will probably last longer the the original good luck and get back with me if you need help with the rebuild

Jun 29, 2009 | Garden

2 Answers

Rebuild kit for the Aquascape SFA3000 Pump???


I have had the same problem everyone else has had with these pumps. I did serious research on these pumps and came up with a rebuild kit some parts bought some I make. I did mine 2 years ago and still working like a champ and have done over 20 locally with no problems. If your pump is noisy or the impeller has fallen off (typical) due to water getting in the unit and causing the bearings to fail email me and I can rebuild your pump. The process is simple send me the pump I will look at it and see if it can be rebuilt at NO CHARGE if it can be rebuilt you will save over 60% of a new one. Don't spend $349 - $599 on a new one let me look at it for free if I can rebuild it great if not you will have to buy a new one. I am not a dealer for any pumps so you will not have to worry about me selling you a pump and if you want the old one back pay the shipping and it it all yours.

Jun 18, 2009 | Ultra Max Aquascape AquaBasin, Pond or...

1 Answer

Need a diagram how rebuild kit (o-rings & seals) go in pump


go to your local libary and check for a workshop manual on your make and model it is quite an intense job

Apr 25, 2009 | 1994 Ford Tempo

Not finding what you are looking for?
Garden Logo

Related Topics:

48 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Heavy Duty Garden Experts

Dennis Key
Dennis Key

Level 3 Expert

2475 Answers

john h

Level 3 Expert

11196 Answers

yadayada
yadayada

Level 3 Expert

75222 Answers

Are you a Heavy Duty Garden Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...