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Get the replacement first. It will come with the boot and two clamp bands. Take the old axle and boot and cut the bands that hold the old boot on. once the bads are cut you can pull the thwo shafts apart and the loint will come apart. take the boot off and you will have the two shafts: on will have a a socket that looks like a hole shaped like a 3 leaf clover and the other end will have what looks like the male 3 leaf clover with three round bearings get the new boot and slide it over one end then put the clamps on the boot then put the two shafts together ( make sure there is plenty of grease in the joint). once you insert the loint togetther make sure the boot is on both end then secure the clamps.
No, the o ring should not squeeze out. When putting the top and bottom components together....
Make sure surfaces are clean...No lube!!!
Make sure o ring is clear
Install o ring usually on lower half but depends on model
Gently place upper half on lower
Place clamp around the halves (this can be tricky)
If there is a tension spring with the clemps, do not use it yet
Without the spring, insert bolt and start tightening the clamp
The halves should slowly come together
Make sure the halves and band are aligned
Once the top is on the bottom fairly secure, loosen the clamp and re-tighten with the spring this time till the spring is compressed with no gap between the colis on the spring. If you have two tightening clamps, do this at equal intervals.
I dont know the exact model you have, but this is a standard procedure... Good luck..
If the clamp you are referring to is the metal band that holds the motor/seal plate to the pump assembly, there is a nut and washer that needs to be removed. Some have a plastic knob instead of the nut. When putting the assembly back together, be sure the clamp/band is seated correctly around the two pieces. Epecially on the bottom portion of the pump. Hope this helps.
Can't find my old trans diagrams but I don't remember there being any external or " reachable" internal adjustments on 350 units. From what you noted in your post, its more than likely that the unit has internal pressure problems and needs to be rebuilt. If you already have the filter off, replace it and refill the unit. If it does not move, then you definitely need a rebuild. if there was a lot of debris in the pan and oil smells really bad, don't even bother with filter. Sorry I can't give you better news, but it is what it is.
I see that this had been a while. The reason that your Sim cad doesn't work could be various:
1. Make sure that your phone is quad band, if it's a tri band then make sure that ATT works in 1900mhz. If it works only in 850 and your i68+ is a tri band, (which is not suppose to) then it will never work. As far as I know all i68+ original are quad band, some fakes i68+ are sold as quad band but are actually tri-band.2. If you ATT sim card is a 3g card, it won't work either. These phones are not yet equip to work with 3g.I hope this clear up at least a little of your doubt with the Sciphone.