Windsor Floor Polisher U20X-10090610 Operating instructions

FLOOR POLISHER
MODELS:
U17-10090580
U20-10090600
U17X-10090590
U20X-10090610
UDS20-10090630
SP13-10090220
SP15-10090230
SP17-10090240
SP20-10090310
SP17X-10090280
SP20X-10090320
SPDS20-10090350
Operating Instructions (ENG)
86301190-AB 01/04/08
PRV NO. 98802
SPT17-10090370
SPT20X-10090380
BDS 43/175 C-10090710
BDS 51/175 C-10090720
BDS 51/175-300 C-10090700
MACHINE DATA LOG/OVERVIEW
Model:
Date of Purchase:
Serial Number:
Sales Representative:
Address:
Phone Number:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Machine Data Log/Overview.............2
Table of Contents..............................3
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
How to use this Manual.....................1-1
SAFETY
Important Safety Instructions ............2-1
Hazard Intensity Level. .....................2-2
Grounding Instructions......................2-3
OPERATION
Technical Specifications ...................3-1
Handle Installation ............................3-2
Operation ..........................................3-3
Pad Driver Installation.......................3-4
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance .....................................4-1
Machine Troubleshooting..................4-2
Wiring Diagram. ................................4-3
GROUP PARTS LIST
Brush/Pad Driver Group....................5-1
Frame Group.....................................5-3
Motor Group......................................5-5
Handle Group....................................5-7
Wiring Group.....................................5-9
Suggested Spare Parts.....................5-11
Warranty ...........................................5-12
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HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
This manual contains the following sections:
-
HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
SAFETY
OPERATIONS
MAINTENANCE
PARTS LIST
The HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL section will tell
you how to find important information for ordering
correct repair parts.
Parts may be ordered from authorized dealers.
When placing an order for parts, the machine
model and machine serial number are important.
Refer to the MACHINE DATA box which is filled
out during the installation of your machine. The
MACHINE DATA box is located on the inside of
the front cover of this manual.
The OPERATIONS section is to familiarize the
operator with the operation and function of the
machine.
The MAINTENANCE section contains preventive
maintenance to keep the machine and its
components in good working condition. They are
listed in this general order:
The PARTS LIST section contains assembled
parts illustrations and corresponding parts list. The
parts lists include a number of columns of
information:
-
MODEL ______________________________________
DATE OF PURCHASE __________________________
-
SERIAL NUMBER _____________________________
SALES REPRESENTATIVE # ____________________
The model and serial number of your machine are
located below the battery compartment of the
machine.
The SAFETY section contains important
information regarding hazard or unsafe practices
of the machine. Levels of hazards are identified
that could
result in product or personal injury, or severe injury
resulting in death.
-
REF – column refers to the reference
number on the parts illustration.
PART NO. – column lists the part
number for the part.
PRV NO. - reference number.
QTY – column lists the quantity of the
part used in that area of the machine.
DESCRIPTION – column is a brief
description of the part.
SERIAL NO. FROM – column
indicates the first machine the part
number is applicable to. When the
machine design has changed, this
column will indicate serial number of
applicable machine. The main
illustration shows the most current
design of the machine. The boxed
illustrations show older designs. If
column has an asterisk (*), call
manufacturer for serial number.
NOTES – column for information not
noted by the other columns.
NOTE: If a service or option kit is installed on your
machine, be sure to keep the KIT INSTRUCTIONS
which came with the kit. It contains replacement
parts numbers needed for ordering future parts.
NOTE: The number on the lower left corner of the
front cover is the part number for this manual.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precaution
must always be followed, including the following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS MACHINE.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
Use only indoors. Do not use outdoors or expose to rain.
Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended components and attachments.
If the machine is not working properly, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water,
return it to an authorized service center.
Do not operate the machine with any openings blocked. Keep openings free of debris that may reduce
airflow.
Machine can cause a fire when operating near flammable vapors or materials. Do not operate this machine
near flammable fluids, dust or vapors.
This machine is suitable for commercial use, for example in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories,
shops and offices for more than normal housekeeping purposes.
Maintenance and repairs must be done by qualified personnel.
During operation, attention shall be paid to other persons, especially children.
The machine shall only be operated by instructed and authorized persons.
When leaving unattended, unplug the machine.
Do not handle the plug or machine with wet hands.
Do not unplug machine by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
Do not use with damaged cord or plug. Follow all instructions in this manual concerning grounding the
machine.
Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or
corners.
Do not pull/run machine over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
Connect to a properly grounded outlet. See Grounding Instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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HAZARD INTENSITY LEVEL
The following symbols are used throughout this guide as indicated in their descriptions:
HAZARD INTENSITY LEVEL
There are three levels of hazard intensity identified by signal words – WARNING and CAUTION and
FOR SAFTEY. The level of hazard intensity is determined by the following definitions:
WARNING – Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION – Hazards or unsafe practices which could result in minor personal injury or product or
property damage.
FOR SAFETY: To identify actions which must be followed for safe operation of equipment.
Report machine damage or faulty operation immediately. Do not use the machine if it is not in proper
operating condition. Following is information that signals some potentially dangerous conditions to the
operator or equipment. Read this information carefully. Know when these conditions can exist. Locate
all safety devices on the devices on the machine. Please take the necessary steps to train the machine
operating personnel.
FOR SAFETY:
DO NOT OPERATE MACHINE:
Unless Trained and Authorized.
Unless Operation Guide is Read and Understood.
In Flammable or Explosive areas.
In areas with possible falling objects.
WHEN SERVICING MACHINE:
Avoid moving parts. Do not wear loose fitting clothing, jackets, shirts, or sleeves when working
on the machine. Use approved replacement parts.
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
THIS PRODUCT IS FOR COMMERCIAL
USE ONLY.
ELECTRICAL:
In the USA this machine operates on a one 15
amp nominal 120V, 60 hz, A.C. power circuit. The
amp, hertz, and voltage are listed on the data label
found on each machine. Using voltages above or
below those indicated on the data label will cause
serious damage to the motors.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS:
This appliance must be grounded. If it should
malfunction or break down, grounding provides a
path of least resistance for electric current to
reduce the risk of electric shock. This appliance is
equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and grounding plug. The
plug must be inserted into an appropriate outlet
that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
This appliance is for use on a nominal 120-volt
circuit, and has a grounded plug that looks like the
plug in “Fig. A”. A temporary adaptor that looks
like the adaptor in “Fig . C” may be used to
connect this plug to a 2-pole receptacle as shown
in “Fig. B”, if a properly grounded outlet is not
available. The temporary adaptor should be used
only until a properly grounded outlet (Fig. A) can
be installed by a qualified electrician. The green
colored rigid ear, lug, or the like extending from
the adaptor must be connected to a permanent
ground such as a properly grounded outlet box
cover. Whenever the adaptor is used, it must be
held in place by a metal screw.
Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of
electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician or service person if you are in doubt
as to whether the outlet is properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided with the
appliance - if it will not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified
electrician.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM
Construction
DIMENSION/CAPACITY
Heavy-duty die cast aluminum deck
with heavy-duty rubber bumper,
tubular steel adjustable handle with
die cast aluminum handle housing
Motor
U17, U20, 13, SP15, SP17, SP20, SPT17
U17X, U20X, SP17X, SP20X, SPDS20, SPT20X
Brush/Pad speed
U17, U20, U17X, U20X, SP13, SP15, SP17, SP20,
SP17X, SP20X, SPT17, SPT20X
UDS20, SPDS20
Electrical system
Cable
Switches
Wheels
Handle
Dimensions (L x W x H)
13” (33 cm) model
15” (38 cm) model
17” (43 cm) model
20” (51 cm) model
3-1
1.0 hp
1.5 hp
175 rpm
175/300 rpm
115 volts, 60 Hz
50’ (15 m), 14/3, built in cord wrap
Dual levers with safety lock
Two 5” (12.7 cm) dia., 1.25” (3 cm)
wide, non-marking tread
1.5” (4 cm) tubular steel,
adjustable, easy to use thumb
activated safety lock
21.0” (53 cm) x 14” (36 cm) x 47”
(119 cm)
22.0” (56 cm) x 16” (41 cm) x 47”
(119 cm)
23.0” (58 cm) x 18” (46 cm) x 47”
(119 cm)
24.5” (62 cm) x 21” (53 cm) x 47”
(119 cm)
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HANDLE INSTALLATION
WHEN INSTALLING THE HANDLE
ASSEMBLY, CHECK ORIENTATION OF
THE CORD ASM AND CORD HOOK.
HANDLE
RECEPTACLE
4
5
6
MOTOR
PLUG
DECK
ASSEMBLY
PIVOT
HOLE
3
2
1
SEE NOTE
This must be installed by qualified personnel. Read all
instructions thoroughly. The machine is shipped with
handle unassembled.
The machine is shipped with handle unassembled.
Follow these steps for installation:
1. Remove handle (86218450-PRV NO. 38291) and deck assembly from carton.
2. Attach handle assembly to base using hardware kit (86219680-PRV NO. 47331) (attached to handle in a
plastic bag) items 1, 2, and 3.
NOTE: The spacers (items 1) are required for the correct operation of the handle. The spacers are positioned
completely inside the pivot holes in the casting, and are held in place by tightening the bolts and washers
(items 2 and 3) against the spacer.
3. Remove bolt, nut and washers (items 4, 5 and 6) from lower block on handle assembly. Attach links as
shown. Tighten bolt and nut securely, then back off 1/4 to 1/2 turn.
4. Check handle for movement up and down.
5. Plug motor cord into handle cord receptacle.
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OPERATION
CONTROLS
1. Safety Lock – Prevents unintended operation
of the machine.
2. Switch Levers – Turns machine on/off.
3. Adjustment Handle – Allows the handle to be
adjusted to a comfortable operating position.
1
2
1. To adjust handle lock, tighten nut on handle
while in the locked position. Optimum locking
force and ease of locking is accomplished
when the locking lever nut is set to a torque of
30 to 50 inch pounds in the locked position.
2. Gap between clamp halves at the front should
be to the gap in rear when the handle adjust
bar is adjusted properly and in the locked
position (gap approximately 1/16").
2
LOCK
UNLOCK
3
86215130
P R V N O . 14344
86225710
P R V N O . 87202
86223550
P R V N O . 67430
86136700
P R V N O . 70692
86136360 (2)
P R V N O . 57275
86010720
P R V N O . 87086
The handle adjust bar (86215130-PRV NO.
14344) for the polishers are individually preset
at the factory for optimum locking efficiency
and minimum effort of engaging. It should not
be necessary to adjust the handle adjust bar
unless the relationship of the handle adjust bar
nut (86136360-PRV NO.57275) or fixed clamp
bolt (86136700-PRV NO.70692) and their
corresponding nuts (86136360-PRV NO.
57275) and washer (86010720-PRV
NO.87086) have been disturbed. The handle
can be positioned to be locked with the handle
adjust bar pointing either up or down. In order
to change the position the handle and bolt
must be removed and rotated 180 degrees. It
is incorrect to make it lock opposite from the
way it was assembled by applying more force
to the nut. From the factory the locking is in
the up position when the machine handle is
locked. The pivot pin (86222560-PRV NO.
66334) on the handle adjust bar is off center,
in relationship of the screw to the axis of the
(see drawing). To adjust handle adjust bar,
tighten nut on handle while in the locked
position. The handle is locked when the screw
is to the outside of the machine and the flat on
the opposite side of the handle is flush to the
bracket.
SHOWN HANDLE IS
IN LOCK POSITION
86222560
PRV NO. 66334
PIVOT PIN C
L
HANDLE C
L
LOCKING SIDE FLAT
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OPERATION
OPERATION
! CAUTION
DAILY MAINTENANCE
For indoor use only.
When using the pad, always keep the machine
moving when in contact with the floor.
1. Inspect power cord for wear. To prevent
electrical shock replace cords with frayed or
cracked insulation immediately.
2. Place machine in the storage position.
! WARNING
High starting torque. Hold machine firmly with
both hands.
1. Ensure that the pad driver is in good shape.
Install or change pad if necessary.
2. Plug the machine into a wall outlet as
described in the grounding instructions.
3. Check pad condition. Change if soiled or torn.
PAD INSTALLATION
1. Lay machine back, exposing the under side.
Ensure pad is centered on pad driver. Pull
pad to edge of pad driver in several
directions to check for proper engagement.
3. Lower the handle by unlocking the adjustment
handle and moving the handle into position.
Relock the handle when it is in a comfortable
position.
! WARNING
Insure that handle is locked in position before
starting machine.
4. Push the safety lock forward, unlocking the
switch levers.
NOTE: Use care when replacing center lock
to prevent cross threading.
5. With the safety lock forward, squeeze one or
both of the switch levers, turning the machine
on. (These levers can be operated
independently of each other). The safety lock
will not re-engage until both levers are
released.
6. To stop the machine, release the switch
levers.
7. Do not let machine rest on pad. When
finished with the machine, return handle to the
storage position.
NOTE: The machine is equipped with a circuit
breaker to protect the motor in the event an
overload condition occurs. The circuit breaker is
located on the rear of the motor. Push the reset
button to restart the machine. If the breaker trips
again, correct the cause of overloading before
proceeding.
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Notes:
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MAINTENANCE
SCRUB BRUSHES
FINISHED FLOORS
NOTE: All original equipment brushes are
equipped with “Perform Alert©”. This feature will
tell the operator when it is time to replace the
scrub brushes. “Perform Alert©” brushes have
pre-trimmed bright yellow tufts to indicate the
length of a worn out brush. When the tufts in the
scrub brush wear to a length equal to the yellow
tufts, the scrub brushes should be replaced.
Nylon Polish is the softest brush. It will gently
clean finished tile or terrazzo floors without
removing floor finish or floor material. Used for
washing highly polished or burnished floors.
There are five different types of brushes available
to cover applications from cleaning heavily soiled
floors to polishing. A pad driver is also available to
take advantage of the many cleaning pads on the
market and further add to the flexibility of the
Decathlon.
Please refer to the following to assist in selecting
the proper brush or pad for the work at hand.
UNCOATED FLOORS
Aggressive Grit is a nylon fiber impregnated with
silicone carbide grit. It grinds away stain, soil, and
removes surface material.
Mild Grit is a less aggressive silicone carbide grit
suitable for cleaning medium soil conditions.
Advantages are faster ground speed than nylon
bristles on light solid applications.
Nylon is a general-purpose scrub brush with stiff
bristles. Polypropylene works well for maintaining
concrete, wood and tile floors.
Nylon bristles are used in a variety of applications
on coated or uncoated surfaces.
White Pads (Polishing) are used for dry polishing
to achieve a high-gloss appearance, or surface
washing on highly polished or burnished floors.
Red Pads (Buffing) are used for light-duty
scrubbing. When used with a mild detergent they
will provide surface cleaning without removing the
finish.
Blue Pads (Scrubbing) are used for heavy-duty
scrubbing and light stripping. The blue pads
remove less finish than brown stripping pads, yet
will remove black marks, stains and dirt.
Brown Pads (Stripping) are used for easy and
complete removal of old floor waxes/finishes.
They will quickly remove ground in dirt, black heel
marks, and spills. When used with the proper
stripper, this pad leaves the floor clean and ready
for finishing.
The scrub brushes should be checked before each
days work for wire, string, wear and damage. The
scrub brushes should be replaced if brush bristles
are missing or if yellow Perform Alert © indicates
minimum brush length.
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
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MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Machine will not run
CAUSE
Circuit breaker tripped in
building.
Power switch failure
Tripped circuit breaker
Faulty power cord
Fuse in motor blown
Electrical shock
Equipment not grounded
Receptacle not grounded
Internal wiring problem
Repeated circuit breaker
tripping
Mechanical problem
Faulty circuit breaker
Excessive vibration
Pad does not turn but motor is
running
4-2
Pad not centered
Damaged or unevenly worn
pad
Damaged pad driver
Sheer coupling has failed
SOLUTION
Check and reset.
Test switch for continuity and
replace if necessary.
Reset.
Replace.
Replace
CAUTION: To reduce the risk
of electrical shock, unplug the
machine before opening fuse
holder. Fuse will only open
under extreme conditions.
Investigate cause before
replacing.
Follow grounding instructions
exactly.
Have an electrician inspects
building’s wiring.
Ensure that the machine wiring
matches the appropriate wiring
diagram. Replace any wires or
components that are short
circuiting.
Higher amp draws indicate a
mechanical problem. Find the
problem before using the
machine.
Test circuit for continuity.
Replace circuit breaker if
necessary.
Re-center pad.
Replace pad. Do not rest
machine on pad when not in
use.
Replace.
Replace coupling.
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BRUSH/PAD DRIVER GROUP
3
3
1A-1E
1
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2A-2W
BRUSH/PAD DRIVER GROUP
REF
PART NO.
PRV NO.
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1A
1B
1C
1D
1E
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
2J
2K
2L
2M
2N
2P
2Q
2R
2T
2U
2V
2W
3
86284280
86284330
86000120
86284290
86284300
86283720
86283730
86283740
86283750
86283760
86230480
86230490
86230460
86230450
86230470
86000140
86283800
86000130
86283710
86000110
86283790
86283770
86283780
86283690
86283700
86284350
02216
02396
02218
02217
02219
02232
02233
02234
02235
02236
02447
02448
02445
02444
02446
02242
02240
02241
02205
02206
02239
02237
02238
02202
02203
02220
-
PAD DRIVER, 13" POLISHER
PAD DRIVER, 15" POLISHER
PAD DRIVER, 17" POLISHER
PAD DRIVER, 19” HS
PAD DRIVER, 20" POLISHER
BRUSH, 13" NYL.POL. W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 13" NYL.SCRUB W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 13" MILD GRIT W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 13" AGG. GRIT W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 13" POLYPRO W/CLT. PLT
BRUSH, 15” NYL.POL. W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 15” NYL. SCRUB W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 15” MILD GRIT W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 15” AGG.GRIT W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 15” PLOYPRO W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 17" NYL. POL. W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 17" NYL.SCRUB W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 17" MILD GRIT W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 17" AGG. MALGRIT W/C.P
BRUSH, 17" POLYPRO W/CLT. PLT
BRUSH, 20" NYL.POL.W/CLT.PLT.SFT
BRUSH, 20” NYL.SCRUB W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 20" MILD GRIT W/CLT.PLT
BRUSH, 20" AGG. MALGRIT W/C.P.
BRUSH, 18" POLYPRO W/CLT. PLT
PLATE, PAD CLUTCH
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SERIAL NO.
FROM
NOTES:
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FRAME GROUP
17
23
20
4
19
8
SEE MOTOR ASM
PAGE
1
11
7A-7D
12
9
3
7
10
14
21
18
22
16
2A-2D
15
6
5
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FRAME GROUP
REF
PART NO.
PRV NO.
QTY
1
86214930
03111
1
2A
86216230
14341
-
2B
86216330
14371
-
2C
86216340
14372
-
2D
86216350
14373
-
3
86222270
57276
2
4
86216920
23206
1
5
6
86216600
86137340
27871
87211
2
2
7A
86288430
29211
-
7B
86288440
29212
-
7C
86217600
29213
7D
86217610
29214BLUE
7E
86288960
29213GRY
-
7F
86288970
29214GRY
-
8
9
86218440
86221860
38290
51328
1
2
10
86226020
89206
2
11
86136360
57275
1
12
86225720
87203
2
13
86274230
70135
2
14
86136640
70262
2
15
86276570
70691
2
16
86136710
70698
4
17
86136720
70701
1
18
86224290
730008
2
19
86224930
730012
1
20
86225380
78447
1
21
86137280
87054
2
22
86279090
87067
4
23
86010720
87086
2
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL NO.
FROM
AXLE, MAIN POLISHER
BUMPER, EXTRUSION
30.5”
BUMPER, EXTRUSION
37.3”
BUMPER, EXTRUSION
43.8"
BUMPER, EXTRUSION
53.4"
NUT, PUSH FLAT RD
.51D
CORDSET, 14/3 X 47",
SJT, BLK
CAP, EXTRUSION
WASHER, M6 FLAT BLK
DECK, 13 IN POLISHER,
BLUE
DECK, 15 IN POLISHER,
BLUE
DECK, 17 IN POLISHER,
BLUE
DECK, 20 IN POLISHER,
BLUE
DECK, 17 IN POLISHER,
GRAY
DECK, 20 IN POLISHER,
GRAY
NOTES:
SP13
SP15
U17, U17X,
SPT17,SP17,SP17X
U20,U20X,UDS20,
SPT20X,SP20,SP20X,
SPDS20
SP13
SP15
SPT17,SP17,SP17X
SPT20X,SP20,SP20X,
SPDS20
U17,U17X,
BDS 43/175 C
U20,U20X,UDS20,
BDS 51/175-300 C,
BDS 51/175 C
HANDLE, POLISHER
LINK, HANDLE ADJUST
WHEEL, 5D X 1.25 X
13MMID GRY
NUT, M10X1.5 HEX
NYLOK PLTD
WASHER, 14MMID X
36MMOD
SCR, M8 X 30 HHMS
SCR, M8 X 20 HHMS
PLTD
SCR, M6 X 25 HHMS BLK
SCR,5/16-18 X 3/4 HHCS
GR5 BLK
SCR, M10 X 90 HHMS
SPACER, .317ID X .5OD X
.44LG
STRAIN RELIEF, 14/3
STRAIGHT
TUBE ASSY, HANDLE
ADJ
WASHER, M8 FLAT
DIN125A PLT
WASHER, 5/16 LOCK INT
STAR PLT
WASHER, M10 X 30 PLTD
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MOTOR GROUP
3
3
1
1
4
2
5
5
9
9
SP13, SP15, SP17, SP20,
SPT17, SPT20X, SPT17,
U17, U20, BDS 43/175 C
SP17X, SP20X, SPT20X,
U17X, U20X,
BDS 51/175 C
6
8
7
5
9
SPDS20, UDS20, BDS 51/175-300 C
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MOTOR GROUP
REF
PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
86217490
86222090
86223690
8622210
86223030
86217500
86223680
86222070
86263700
PRV
NO.
27884
53263
70702
53264
62917
27892
70700
53253
70723
QTY
1
1
3
1
1
1
8
1
6
SERIAL NO.
FROM
DESCRIPTION
COVER, MOTOR
MOTOR, 1 HP 115V INDUCTION
SCR, M5 X .8 X 15MM FHMS BLK
MOTOR, 1.5 HP 115 INDUCTION
PLATE, ADAPTER MP MOTOR
COVER ASM, MOTOR, 1.75 HP
SCR, M5 X .8 X 10MM PHMS BLK
MOTOR, 115V 1.75 HP 175/300RPM
SCR, M5 X .8 X 15MM SHCSM
NOTES:
W/ COVER
W/ COVER
W/ COVER
MOTOR COMPONENTS (NOT SHOWN)
PART
NO.
PRV
NO.
QTY
86216710
140411
1
CIRCUIT BREAKER, 20 AMP
86216700
140401
1
CIRCUIT BREAKER, 30 AMP
86223390
67488
1
RECTIFIER
86001820
14404
1
BRUSH SET MP MOTOR
(PKG OF 4)
86003660
34378
1
FUSE
86003670
34379
1
FUSE HOLDER
86001020
86135540
09135
27352
2
1
BEARING, MOTOR
COUPLING, MTR/GEAR BOX
86225170
730039
1
SWITCH ASM
86215410
86223510
140416
67489
1
1
86214740
05176
1
BOOT, CIRCUIT BREAKER
RING, MOTOR SHAFT
ARMATURE, MOTOR
REPAIR 53253
86002650
270061
1
CAPACITOR, RUN 30UF
86216610
270062
1
CAPACITOR, START 340UF
86216650
72182
1
CENTRIFUGAL WEIGHT
ASSEMBLY
86224890
72183
1
STATIONARY END CAP
SWITCH
DESCRIPTION
PRIOR TO SERIAL #
PART
NO.
86222040
86222050
86222070
86214720
86214730
*
PRV NO.
QTY
53243
53244
53253
05174
05175
1
1
1
1
1
SERIAL NO.
FROM
NOTES:
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X) (U17,
U20,U17X,U20X)(BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(SPDS20)(UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SPDS20)(UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SPDS20)(UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X, SPDS20)
(UDS20) (BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X, SPDS20)
(UDS20) (BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(SPDS20)(UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SPDS20)(UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X) (U17,
U20,U17X,U20X) (BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X) (U17,
U20,U17X,U20X) (BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X) (U17,
U20,U17X,U20X) (BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X) (U17,
U20,U17X,U20X) (BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)
(NOT SHOWN)
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL NO.
FROM
MOTOR, 115V 1.25 HP 175RPM
MOTOR, 115V 1.75 HP 175RPM
MOTOR, 115V 1.75 HP 175/300RPM
ARMATURE, MOTOR REPAIR 53243
ARMATURE, MOTOR REPAIR 53244
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
NOTES:
U17, U20
U17X, U20X
UDS20
U17, U20
U17X, U20X
5-6
HANDLE GROUP
14
13
5
6
17
22
2
16
18
1
9
11
20
3
12
7
19
9
15
21
8
4
10
5-7
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
HANDLE GROUP
REF
PART NO.
PRV NO.
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
86215130
86215380
86004070
86219320
86219330
86005150
86005160
86136350
86136360
86219740
86222560
86223550
86136670
86136680
86288450
86136700
86224740
86225370
86010720
86225710
86225380
86216370
14344
140393
36196
41363
41366
51326
51327
57274
57275
500194
66334
67430
70686
70687
70689
70692
73990
78437
87086
87202
78447
14434
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
BAR, HANDLE ADJUST
BLOCK, HANDLE MOUNT
GRIP, POLISHER HANDLE
HOUSING, POLISHER HANDLE REAR
HOUSING, POLISHER HANDLE FRONT
LOCK, SAFETY
LEVER, SWITCH
NUT, M6X1 HEX BLK
NUT, M10X1.5 HEX NYLOK PLTD
LABEL, WARNING
PIN, PIVOT, HANDLE ADJUSTMENT
ROD, HANDLE ADJUST
SCR, M6 X 45 SHCS BLK
SCR, M6 X 50 SHCS BLK
SCR, M4.8 X 10 HHTF TYPE B
SCR, M10 X 75 HHCS PLTD
SPRING, EXT, .5OD X 3.5L
TUBE, GRIP HANDLE
WASHER, M10 X 30 PLTD
WASHER, BEARING (HANDLE ADJ)
TUBE ASSY, HANDLE ADJ
BUMPER, HANDLE
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
SERIAL NO.
FROM
NOTES:
5-8
WIRING GROUP
PRIOR TO SN *
5
10
9
7
4
12
8
11
6
1
3
6
11
2
5-9
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
WIRING GROUP
REF
PART NO.
PRV NO.
QTY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
86233170
86234150
86216920
86247920
86136780
86288450
86007110
86224550
86224750
86137290
86137330
86215140
20054
23167
23206
57069
70801
70689
72123
73989
73993
87057
87208
140674
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
DESCRIPTION
CLAMP, 3/8 NYLON UL/CSA
CORD SET, 14/3 ST X 50' YLW
CORDSET, 14/3 X 47", SJT, BLK
NUT, ORG WIRE (2-5 18G/2-14G)
SCR, M3.5 X 40 PHTF TYPE B
SCR, M4.8 X 10 HHTF TYPE B
SWITCH, 25A SPST 125-250V SNAP
SPACER, SWITCH POLISHER
SPRING, COMP, .48OD X .91L
WASHER, M4 SHAKEPROOF
WASHER, M5 SHAKEPROOF PLTD
BARRIER SHEET
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
SERIAL NO.
FROM
NOTES:
10020019
WAS 70688
10020019
WAS QTY 1
10020019
5-10
WIRING DIAGRAM
SUGGESTED SPARE PARTS
PART NO.
PRV NO.
86225710
86224740
86224750
86007110
86215130
86222560
86223550
87202
73990
73993
72123
14344
66334
67430
DESCRIPTION
NOTES:
WASHER, BEARING (HANDLE ADJ)
SPRING, EXT .5 OD X 3.5L
SPRING, COMP .48 OD X .91 L
SWITCH. 25A SPST 125-250V SNAP
BAR, HANDLE ADJ
PIN, PIVOT, HANDLE ADJ
ROD, HANDLE ADJ
86003660
34378
FUSE
86003670
34379
FUSE HOLDER
86135540
27352
COUPLING, MTR/GEAR BOX PLSHER
86223390
67488
RECTIFIER, 50A 600V BRIDGE
86216700
140401
CIRCUIT BREAKER, 30AMP MPX
86216710
140411
CIRCUIT BREAKER, 20AMP MP/MB
5-11
SERIAL NO.
FROM
86301190 FLOOR POLISHER 01/04/08
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X,
SPDS20) (UDS20)
(BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C,
BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X,
SPDS20) (UDS20)
(BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C,
BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SPDS20) (UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SPDS20) (UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SPDS20) (UDS20)
(BDS 51/175-300 C)
(SP13,15,17,17X,20,20X)
(U17, U20, U17X,U20X)
(BDS 43/175 C,
BDS 51/175 C)