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    This is a easy problem... Have any question call 972-907-9771 x311
    51e9bbd.jpg ATTENTION Hammer springs and hammer tips are fragile. Do not touch the hammer springs or tips. Handle hammer springs by the
    thick mounting base only. Apply pressure only to the mounting base.
    NOTE: Replace a hammer spring assembly only if there is visible damage or broken parts can be seen in the assembly.
    5. Remove the mounting screws from the old hammer spring assembly. (See Figure 18, page 367.)
    6. Handling the hammer spring assembly by the mounting base only, gently pry the old hammer spring assembly off its
    mounting pins. (See Figure 18, page 367.)
    7. Inspect the hammer bank and the old hammer spring assembly:
    a. If there is ink on the hammer bank mounting surface, the hammer spring assembly mounting surface, or the hammer
    spring neck or tines, reinstall the old hammer spring assembly and replace the shuttle frame assembly (page 405).
    b. If the old hammer spring assembly and the hammer bank are free of ink, install the new hammer spring assembly
    Installation
    1. Using a clean dry cloth, wipe the hammer spring mounting surface on the hammer bank. Make sure the cloth does not
    leave lint on the hammer bank.
    ATTENTION Hammer springs and hammer tips are fragile. Do not touch the hammer springs or tips. Handle hammer springs by the
    thick mounting base only. Apply pressure only to the mounting base.
    NOTE: Replace a hammer spring assembly only if there is visible damage or you see broken parts in the assembly.
    2. Handling it by the mounting base only, remove the new hammer spring assembly and mounting screws from the box.
    3. Handling the hammer spring assembly by the mounting base only, carefully position it on the hammer bank mounting pins.
    then gently press the mounting base down against the alignment pins. (See Figure 19, page 369.)
    4. Continue pressing down on the mounting base of the the new hammer spring assembly as you install the mounting screws
    from the replacement kit. Using a Torx T-10 bit adapter, torque each screw to 14 inch-pounds (1.58 N•m). Tighten the
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