Inspection and Repair.
(1) Inspect bores and mounting surfaces on sheave and bushing
Remove scratches and nicks.
for wear, grooves, nicks, and scratches.
Replace parts if damage is beyond repair.
(2) Inspect threaded parts for burred or damaged threads. Re-
move burrs or replace parts.
(1) Install key, bushing, and sheave on drive shaft of generator.
(2) Secure sheave and bushing to shaft with two setscrews.
Disassembly of Starter-Generator (fig. 5-7).
When handling generator parts, exer-
cise care to avoid damaging them.
Nicks, dents, or scratches from care-
less handling may cause subsequent
Place scribe mark across generator housing (14), brush cover
band (15), bearing and brush support (18), and fan cover (25) so
components can be alined in the same position when assembled.
Remove eight screws (9) and washers (8), and remove cover (7)
from radio-noise suppression filter housing (13),
Remove two nuts (1) and washers (2), and disconnect circuit A
lead (35) and circuit D lead (36) at two-pole capacitor (3).
Remove two nuts (30), screws (6), and washers (29), and
disconnect ground strap (32) and one-pole capacitor (31) at generator
Remove four screws (10) and washers (12), and remove filter
housing from generator housing.