h11 0002n-99506n

h11 0002n-99506n
Published Manual Number/ECN: H11 0002N/99506N
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1
2
Deflection Distance Scale
(Read Up)
Deflection
Force Scale
(Read Down)
ÎFIGURE 1 (MSSM0204AE)
ÎTension Tester Scales
Lower
o-ring
Upper
o-ring
3. Compare this value with the acceptable range in the appropriate table.
If the belt is brand new (has never been run), use the range in the Initial Tension column. If the belt is not brand new, locate the acceptable range in the Final Tension column.
2. Read the setting of the upper o-ring on the LBS scale of the tension
tester.
1. Place a straight edge along the top edge of the belt to be tested so that
it spans both pulleys. Place the tension tester in the center of the belt
and press and down on the cap until the lower o-ring is in line with
the straight edge, as shown.
Belt Tension Measurements
Ë
NOTE 3: The reference (ref.) codes shown in the tables are for factory use
only.
Î IGURE 2 (MSSM0204AE)
F
ÎTaking Measurements with the
Tension Tester
Lower
o-ring
Straight
Edge
NOTE 2: The instruction sheet provided with the tension testing device should not be used. Use only the instructions provided herein.
NOTE 1: The tension testing device is marked on the one side in inches and pounds and on the other side in centimeters and kilograms. All values in the tables are marked.
3. Move the lower o-ring on the tension tester to this deflection setting on the inches scale.
2. Find the proper belt deflection setting (by machine model and belt function) in the appropriate table below.
1. Move the upper o-ring to the topmost position, resting against the bottom
edge of the cap.
Set the o-rings on the tension testing device (see FIGURE 1) as follows:
Tension Settings
Ê
This instruction is to be used for adjusting the belt tension on the following
machine modes:
30016BWE
42026QHE
36021BWE
42026QTG
360326QWE
42026QTH
42026QWE
A belt tension testing device (Milnor® part number 30T001) and a straight
edge are required when using these instructions.
È-BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENTS FOR 30" AND 36" B-TYPE
V
MACHINES AND 42" Q-TYPE MACHINES
MSSM0204AE/8332BV (1 of 1)
5/32
11/64
LOW
SPEED
EXTRACT
MP3
LP3
MP3
EP2
MP3
DP2
MN
LN
NN
EN
MN
DN
KN
7.4 – 10.0
6.2 – 8.5
7.4 – 10.0
2.4 – 3.34
7.4 – 10.0
2.0 – 2.4
MN
LN
MN
EN
MN
DN
Initial
Tension (lbs.)
(ref.)
7.4 – 10.0
6.2 – 8.5
8.1 – 11.0
2.4 – 3.37
7.4 – 10.0
2.0 – 2.4
5.1 – 7.1
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
15/32
60C
19/64
31/64
50C
5/32
19/64
Belt Defl.
(inches)
8.0 – 11.0
10.5 – 14.3
10.5 – 14.3
9.62 – 13.0
LP3
NP3
MP3
Initial Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
DP2
DP2
2 – 2.4
2 – 2.4
EP2
2.4 – 3.4
KP3
5.1 – 7.1
KN
MN
NN
EN
MN
DN
DN
EP2
MP3
6.6 – 9.2
KP3
8.1 – 11.0
8.1 – 11.0
LN
NN
MN
5.1 – 7.1
MP3 7.4 – 10.0
9.6 – 13.0 MP3 7.4 – 10.0
7.4 – 10.0
6.2 – 8.5
2.4 – 3.4
7.4 – 10.0
9.6 – 13.0 NP3 8.1 – 11.0
10.5 – 14.3
2.8 – 4.0
9.6 – 13.0
KN
MN
MN
NN
EN
MN
Initial
Initial
Tension
Tension
(ref.)
(lbs.)
(ref.) (lbs.)
42026QWE
6.6 – 9.2
9.6 – 13.0 MP3 7.4 – 10.0
10.5 – 14.3 NP3 8.1 – 11.0
2.8 – 4.0
9.6 – 13.0 MP3 7.4 – 10.0
2.4 – 2.8
2.4 – 2.8
Initial
Initial
Tension
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.) (lbs.)
(ref.)
36021BWE
Final Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
1/4
1/4
7/16
7/16
23/64
23/64
23/64
11/32
Belt
Deflect
(IN)
11/64
11/64
27/64
27/64
13/32
25/64
13/32
13/32
Belt
Deflect
(IN)
Ï42026QHE, QTG, QTH
9.6 – 13.0
8.0 – 11.0
9.6 – 13.0
2.8 – 4.0
9.6 – 13.0
2.4 – 2.84
OPTIONAL LOW
SPEED EXRACT
MAIN
DRAIN
MP3
LP3
NP3
EP2
MP3
DP2
KP3
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
9.0 – 13.0
8.0 – 11.0
WASH/
2 SPEED WASH
3/16
7/16
60C
60C
7/16
50C
3/16
13/32
60C
50C
25/64
50C
DRAIN
HIGH
SPEED
EXTRACT
13/32
13/32
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
2.8 – 4.0
10.5 – 14.3
Ï36026QWE
60C
50C
25/64
60C
WASH/ 2
50C
SPEED WASH
60C
LOW
SPEED
EXTRACT
25/64
11/32
60C
50C
5/16
50C
DRAIN
HIGH
SPEED
EXTRACT
2.4 – 2.84
11/32
9.6 – 13.0
6.6 – 9.2
5/16
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/ 2
50C
SPEED WASH
60C
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
Ï30016BWE
4. If the reading on the tension tester is less than the range shown in the table, the belt is too loose and must be
tightened. If the reading is greater than the range shown in the table, the belt is too tight and must be loosened. Adjust the belt until the reading falls within the acceptable range in the table.
MSSM0301AE/9126BV
V-BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENTS
È
1. Place a straight edge along the top edge of the belt to be
tested so that it spans both pulleys. Place the tension
tester in the center of the belt and press down on the cap
until the lower o-ring is in line with the straight edge, as
shown.
This instruction is to be used for adjusting the belt tension on the following machine models:
42031WE2
42031SG2
42031WE3
42031SG3
42044WE2
42044SG2
42044WE3
42044SG3
Belt Tension Measurements
Ê
2. Read the setting of the upper o-ring on the lbs scale of the
tension tester.
A belt tension testing device (Milnor® part number 30T001) and a straight edge are required when using these
instructions.
Tension Settings
Ê
3. Compare this value with the acceptable range in the appropriate table. If the belt is brand new (has never been
run), use the range in the Initial Tension column. If the
belt is not brand new, locate the acceptable range in the
Final Tension column.
1. Move the upper o-ring to the topmost position, resting against the
bottom edge of the cap.
2. Find the proper Belt Deflection setting (by machine model and belt
function) in the appropriate table in this section.
Upper o-ring
3. Move the lower o-ring on the tension tester to this deflection setting
on the inches scale.
Deflection
force scale
(read down)
NOTE 2: The instruction sheet provided with the tension testing
device should not be used. Use only the instructions provided herein.
NOTE 3: The reference (ref) codes shown in the tables are for factory
use only.
3
Lower o-ring
ÎFIGURE 2 (MSSM0301AE)
ÎTaking Measurements with
the Tension Tester
4. If the reading on the tension tester is less than the range
shown in the table, the belt is too loose and must be tightened. If the reading is greater than the range shown
in the table, the belt is too tight and must be loosened. Adjust the belt until the reading falls within the acceptable range in the table.
Set the o-rings on the tension testing device (FIGURE 1) as follows:
NOTE 1: The tension testing device is marked on one side in inches
and pounds and on the other side in centimeters and kilograms. All
values in the tables are in inches (in) and pounds (lbs).
Straight edge
Ï42031WE2/WE3 and 42044WE2/WE3 Belt Tension Measurements
Belt Deflection
(inches)
Initial Tension
Final Tension
(LBS)
(REF)
(LBS)
(REF)
Wash/2-Speed Wash
11/64
9.6-13.0
MP3
7.4-10.0
MN
Drain
3/8
8.0-11.0
LP3
6.2-8.5
LN
10.5-14.3
NP3
8.1-11.0
NN
Lower o-ring
Deflection
distance scale
(read up)
Main
50Hz
9/16
60Hz
37/64
Ï42031SG2/SG3 and 42044SG2/SG3 Belt Tension Measurements
Belt Deflection
(inches)
Î IGURE 1 (MSSM0301AE)
F
ÎTension Tester Scales
Initial Tension
Final Tension
(LBS)
(REF)
(LBS)
(REF)
Wash/2-Speed Wash
11/64
9.6-13.0
MP3
7.4-10.0
MN
Drain
3/8
8.0-11.0
LP3
6.2-8.5
LN
E1 (optional)
11/32
9.6-13.0
MP3
7.4-10.0
MN
Upper Jackshaft 50Hz
to
Lower Jackshaft 60Hz
13/16
10.5-14.3
NP3
8.1-11.0
NN
13/16
MSSM0301AE/9126BV (1 of 1)
V-BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENTS
È
1. Place a straight edge along the top edge of the belt to be
tested so that it spans both pulleys. Place the tension
tester in the center of the belt and press down on the cap
until the lower o-ring is in line with the straight edge, as
shown.
This instruction is to be used for adjusting the belt tension on the following machine models:
42031WE2
42031SG2
42031WE3
42031SG3
42044WE2
42044SG2
42044WE3
42044SG3
Belt Tension Measurements
Ê
2. Read the setting of the upper o-ring on the lbs scale of the
tension tester.
A belt tension testing device (Milnor® part number 30T001) and a straight edge are required when using these
instructions.
Tension Settings
Ê
3. Compare this value with the acceptable range in the appropriate table. If the belt is brand new (has never been
run), use the range in the Initial Tension column. If the
belt is not brand new, locate the acceptable range in the
Final Tension column.
1. Move the upper o-ring to the topmost position, resting against the
bottom edge of the cap.
2. Find the proper Belt Deflection setting (by machine model and belt
function) in the appropriate table in this section.
Upper o-ring
3. Move the lower o-ring on the tension tester to this deflection setting
on the inches scale.
Deflection
force scale
(read down)
NOTE 2: The instruction sheet provided with the tension testing
device should not be used. Use only the instructions provided herein.
NOTE 3: The reference (ref) codes shown in the tables are for factory
use only.
Lower o-ring
ÎFIGURE 2 (MSSM0301AE)
ÎTaking Measurements with
the Tension Tester
4. If the reading on the tension tester is less than the range
shown in the table, the belt is too loose and must be tightened. If the reading is greater than the range shown
in the table, the belt is too tight and must be loosened. Adjust the belt until the reading falls within the acceptable range in the table.
Set the o-rings on the tension testing device (FIGURE 1) as follows:
NOTE 1: The tension testing device is marked on one side in inches
and pounds and on the other side in centimeters and kilograms. All
values in the tables are in inches (in) and pounds (lbs).
Straight edge
Ï42031WE2/WE3 and 42044WE2/WE3 Belt Tension Measurements
Belt Deflection
(inches)
Initial Tension
Final Tension
(LBS)
(REF)
(LBS)
(REF)
Wash/2-Speed Wash
11/64
9.6-13.0
MP3
7.4-10.0
MN
Drain
3/8
8.0-11.0
LP3
6.2-8.5
LN
10.5-14.3
NP3
8.1-11.0
NN
Lower o-ring
Deflection
distance scale
(read up)
Main
50Hz
9/16
60Hz
37/64
Ï42031SG2/SG3 and 42044SG2/SG3 Belt Tension Measurements
Belt Deflection
(inches)
Î IGURE 1 (MSSM0301AE)
F
ÎTension Tester Scales
Initial Tension
Final Tension
(LBS)
(REF)
(LBS)
(REF)
Wash/2-Speed Wash
11/64
9.6-13.0
MP3
7.4-10.0
MN
Drain
3/8
8.0-11.0
LP3
6.2-8.5
LN
E1 (optional)
11/32
9.6-13.0
MP3
7.4-10.0
MN
Upper Jackshaft 50Hz
to
Lower Jackshaft 60Hz
13/16
10.5-14.3
NP3
8.1-11.0
NN
13/16
4
MSSMA405AE/8737BV
Belt Tension Measurements
Ê
È-BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENTS
V
FOR 48", 52", 60" AND 72" WASHER-EXTRACTORS
Unbanded Belts
Ë
1. Place a straight edge along the top edge of the belt to be tested so that it spans both pulleys. Place the tension
tester in the center of the belt and press down on the cap until the lower o-ring is in line with the straight
edge, as shown.
This instruction is to be used for adjusting the belt tension on the following machine models:
48036QHE
48036QTG
48036QTH
2. Read the setting of the upper o-ring on the lbs scale of the tension tester.
60044WE3
3. Compare this value with the acceptable range in the appropriate table. If the belt is brand new (has never been
run), use the range in the Initial Tension column. If the belt is not brand new, locate the acceptable range in
the Final Tension column.
48032BHE
48032BTG
48032BTH
52038WE1
52038WTF
52038WTB 52038WTG 52038WTH
60036WE2
60036WE3
60036SG2
60036SG3
60044WE2
72044SG2
72044SG3
72044WE2
72044WE3
72044WTB 72044WTG 72044WTH
60044SG2
60044SG3
4. If the reading on the tension tester is less than the range shown in the table, the belt is too loose and must be
tightened. If the reading is greater than the range shown in the table, the belt is too tight and must be
loosened. Adjust the belt until the reading falls within the acceptable range in the table.
A belt tension testing device (Milnor® part number 30T001) and a straight edge are required when tensioning
unbanded belts.
Tension Settings—Unbanded Belts
Ê
Set the o-rings on the tension testing device (see FIGURE 1) as follows:
1. Move the upper o-ring to the topmost position, resting against the bottom edge
of the cap.
2. Find the proper belt deflection setting (by machine model and belt function) in
the appropriate table below.
Upper o-ring
3. Move the lower o-ring on the tension tester to this deflection setting on the inches scale.
NOTE 1: The tension testing device is marked on one side in inches and pounds
and on the other side in centimeters and kilograms. All values in the tables are in
inches (in.) and pounds (lbs.).
Deflection
force scale
(read down)
Lower o-ring
NOTE 2: The instruction sheet provided with the tension testing device should
not be used. Use only the instructions provided herein.
NOTE 3: The reference (ref.) code shown in the tables are for factory use only.
Deflection
distance
scale
(read up)
Lower o-ring
ÎFIGURE 1 (MSSMA405AE)
ÎTension Settings
5
Straight edge
ÎFIGURE 2 (MSSMA405AE)
ÎMeasuring Belt Tension
MSSMA405AE/8737BV
(1 of 2)
È-BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENTS
V
FOR 48", 52", 60" AND 72" WASHER-EXTRACTORS
Unbanded Belts
Ë
1. Place a straight edge along the top edge of the belt to be tested so that it spans both pulleys. Place the tension
tester in the center of the belt and press down on the cap until the lower o-ring is in line with the straight
edge, as shown.
This instruction is to be used for adjusting the belt tension on the following machine models:
48036QHE
48036QTG
Belt Tension Measurements
Ê
48036QTH
2. Read the setting of the upper o-ring on the lbs scale of the tension tester.
60044WE3
3. Compare this value with the acceptable range in the appropriate table. If the belt is brand new (has never been
run), use the range in the Initial Tension column. If the belt is not brand new, locate the acceptable range in
the Final Tension column.
48032BHE
48032BTG
48032BTH
52038WE1
52038WTF
52038WTB 52038WTG 52038WTH
60036WE2
60036WE3
60036SG2
60036SG3
60044WE2
72044SG2
72044SG3
72044WE2
72044WE3
72044WTB 72044WTG 72044WTH
60044SG2
60044SG3
4. If the reading on the tension tester is less than the range shown in the table, the belt is too loose and must be
tightened. If the reading is greater than the range shown in the table, the belt is too tight and must be
loosened. Adjust the belt until the reading falls within the acceptable range in the table.
A belt tension testing device (Milnor® part number 30T001) and a straight edge are required when tensioning
unbanded belts.
Tension Settings—Unbanded Belts
Ê
Set the o-rings on the tension testing device (see FIGURE 1) as follows:
1. Move the upper o-ring to the topmost position, resting against the bottom edge
of the cap.
2. Find the proper belt deflection setting (by machine model and belt function) in
the appropriate table below.
Upper o-ring
3. Move the lower o-ring on the tension tester to this deflection setting on the inches scale.
NOTE 1: The tension testing device is marked on one side in inches and pounds
and on the other side in centimeters and kilograms. All values in the tables are in
inches (in.) and pounds (lbs.).
Deflection
force scale
(read down)
Lower o-ring
NOTE 2: The instruction sheet provided with the tension testing device should
not be used. Use only the instructions provided herein.
NOTE 3: The reference (ref.) code shown in the tables are for factory use only.
Straight edge
Deflection
distance
scale
(read up)
ÎFIGURE 2 (MSSMA405AE)
ÎMeasuring Belt Tension
Lower o-ring
ÎFIGURE 1 (MSSMA405AE)
ÎTension Settings
6
Tensioning Banded Belts
Ë
Ï
Ï48032BHE, BTG, BTH
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
48036QHE, QTG, QT
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Ï48032BHE, BTG, BTH
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
48036QHE, QTG, QT
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
9/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
5/16
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
1/4
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
17/64
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
DRAIN
5/32
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
5/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
DRAIN
3/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
33/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E-1
9/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
17/32
E-2
39/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
5/8
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
3/16
UPPER JACK
TO
LOWER JACK
50C
.
35/64
MAIN
60C
.
LOW
SPEED
EXTRACT
17/32
17/32
13/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
9.62 - 13.0
MP3
7.4 - 10.0
MN
BANDED
BELTS
NEED
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
LOWER JACK
TO
UPPER JACK
Ï52038WE1, WTF, WTB, WTG, WTH
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
60036 + 60044WE2 + WE3
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
25/64
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
3/16
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
DRAIN
5/32
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
13/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E1
1/4
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E2
1/2
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
11/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
50C
11/16
18.2 - 26.0
SP3
14.0 - 20.0
SN
43/64
60C
23/32
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 -16.0
RN
45/64
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 - 16.0
RN
MAIN
7
Ï52038WE1, WTF, WTB, WTG, WTH
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
BANDED
BELTS
NEED
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
60036 + 60044WE2 + WE3
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
15/64
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
15/64
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
DRAIN
13/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
25/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E1
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E2
5/16
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
5/16
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
50C
45/64
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 -16.0
RN
3/4
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 - 16.0
RN
60C
11/16
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 -16.0
RN
23/32
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 - 16.0
RN
MAIN
Tensioning Banded Belts
Ë
Ï
Ï48032BHE, BTG, BTH
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
48036QHE, QTG, QT
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Ï48032BHE, BTG, BTH
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
48036QHE, QTG, QT
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
9/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
5/16
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
1/4
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
17/64
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
DRAIN
5/32
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
5/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
DRAIN
3/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
33/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E-1
9/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
17/32
E-2
39/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
5/8
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
3/16
UPPER JACK
TO
LOWER JACK
50C
.
35/64
MAIN
60C
.
LOW
SPEED
EXTRACT
17/32
17/32
13/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
9.62 - 13.0
MP3
7.4 - 10.0
MN
BANDED
BELTS
NEED
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
LOWER JACK
TO
UPPER JACK
Ï52038WE1, WTF, WTB, WTG, WTH
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
60036 + 60044WE2 + WE3
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
25/64
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
3/16
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
DRAIN
5/32
10.5 - 14.3
NP3
8.1 - 11.0
NN
13/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E1
1/4
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E2
1/2
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
11/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
50C
11/16
18.2 - 26.0
SP3
14.0 - 20.0
SN
43/64
60C
23/32
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 -16.0
RN
45/64
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 - 16.0
RN
MAIN
Ï52038WE1, WTF, WTB, WTG, WTH
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
BANDED
BELTS
NEED
SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS
Belt
Deflect.
(inches)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
60036 + 60044WE2 + WE3
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Belt
Deflect
(in.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
Initial
Tension
(lbs.)
(ref.)
WASH/
2 SPEED
WASH
15/64
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
15/64
5.7 - 7.6
JP3
4.4 - 5.9
JN
DRAIN
13/32
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
25/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E1
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
17/64
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
E2
5/16
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
5/16
6.6 - 9.2
KP3
5.1 - 7.1
KN
50C
45/64
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 -16.0
RN
3/4
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 - 16.0
RN
60C
11/16
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 -16.0
RN
23/32
16.9 - 20.8
RP3
13.0 - 16.0
RN
MAIN
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