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Clarke Image 26B Operator`s manual
IMAGE
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Operator's
Manual
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This book has important information for the use and safe operation of this machine. Failure to read this
book prior to operating or attempting any service or maintenance procedure to your Clarke machine
could result in injury to you or to other personnel; damage to the machine or to other property could occur
as well. You must have training in the operation of this machine before using it. If your operator(s) cannot
read English, have this manual explained fully before attempting to operate this machine.
Si Ud. o sus operadores no pueden leer el Inglés, se hagan explicar este manual completamente antes
de tratar el manejo o servicio de esta máquina.
All directions given in this book are as seen from the operator’s position at the rear of the machine.
For new books write to: Clarke®, 2100 Highway 265, Springdale, Arkansas 72764.
Form No. 70249B 5/06
Clarke®
Printed in the U.S.A.
CONTENTS OF THIS BOOK
Operator Safety Instructions .................................................................................. 3
Introduction and Machine Specifications .................................................................. 5
Transporting the Machine ........................................................................................ 6
Machine Controls .................................................................................................... 7
How to Prepare the Machine for Operation .............................................................. 10
Machine Operating Instructions ............................................................................... 14
Maintenance Instructions ........................................................................................ 17
SECTION II PARTS AND SERVICE
How to Correct Problems in the Machine ................................................................. 20
Recovery Tank and Hose Assembly ........................................................................ 21
Handle Assembly .................................................................................................... 22
Rear Panel Assembly .............................................................................................. 23
Solution Tank Assembly .......................................................................................... 24
Solution Delivery System ........................................................................................ 25
Frame Assembly ..................................................................................................... 26
Battery Tray ............................................................................................................ 27
Recovery Tool Assembly ......................................................................................... 28
Brush Assembly ...................................................................................................... 29
Transaxle Parts List ................................................................................................ 30
Vac Motor Assembly ............................................................................................... 31
Battery Charger (40506A, 40507A, 40505A) ............................................................ 32
Battery Charger (40512B, 40506B) .......................................................................... 33
Available Accessories ............................................................................................. 34
Wiring Schematic .................................................................................................... 35
Connection Diagram ................................................................................................ 36
Flow Diagram .......................................................................................................... 37
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Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
OPERATOR SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
AVERTISSEMENT
ADVERTENCIA
DANGER:
Failure to read and observe all DANGER statements could result in
severe bodily injury or death. Read and observe all DANGER
statements found in your Owner's Manual and on your machine.
WARNING:
Failure to read and observe all WARNING statements could result
in injury to you or to other personnel; property damage could
occur as well. Read and observe all WARNING statements found in
your Owner's Manual and on your machine.
CAUTION:
Failure to read and observe all CAUTION statements could result in
damage to the machine or to other property. Read and observe all
CAUTION statements found in our Owner's Manual and on your
machine.
DANGER:
Failure to read the Owner's Manual prior to operating or attempting any service or
maintenance procedure to your Clarke machine could result in injury to you or to
other personnel; damage to the machine or to other property could occur as well.
You must have training in the operation of this machine before using it. If your
operator(s) cannot read English, have this manual explained fully before attempting
to operate this machine.
DANGER:
Operating a machine that is not completely or fully assembled could result in injury
or property damage. Do not operate this machine until it is completely assembled.
Inspect the machine carefully before operation.
DANGER:
Machines can cause an explosion when operated near flammable materials and
vapors. Do not use this machine with or near fuels, grain dust, solvents, thinners,
or other flammable materials. This machine is not suitable for picking up hazardous
dust.
DANGER:
Lead acid batteries generate gases which can cause an explosion. Keep sparks
and flames away from batteries. Do not smoke around the machine. Charge the
batteries only in an area with good ventilation. Make sure that the AC charger plug
is unplugged from the wall receptacle before connecting or disconnecting the DC
plug to or from the battery pack.
DANGER:
Working with batteries can be dangerous! Always wear eye protection and
protective clothing when working near batteries. Remove all jewelry. Do not put
tools or other metal objects across the battery terminals, or the tops of the
batteries.
DANGER:
Using a charger with a damaged power cord could result in an electrocution. Do
not use the charger if the power cord is damaged.
WARNING:
Operating this machine from anywhere other than the back of the machine could result in
injury or damage. Operate this machine only from the rear.
WARNING:
This machine is heavy. Get assistance before attempting to transport or move it. Use
two able persons to move the machine on a ramp or incline. Always move slowly. Do
not turn the machine on a ramp. If operating machine on a gradient over 2%, do not stop,
turn or park. Read the "Procedures For Transporting" in this manual before transporting
as machine might topple over if not strapped.
WARNING:
Machines can topple over if guided over the edges of stairs or loading docks and cause
injury or damage. Stop and leave this machine only on a level surface. When you stop
the machine, put all switches into their "OFF" position.
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WARNING:
This machine is not equipped with a parking brake. Never leave the machine unattended.
For added safety, always place a chock in front of and behind the drive wheel.
WARNING:
Maintenance and repairs performed by unauthorized personnel could result in damage or
injury. Maintenance and repairs must be performed by authorized Clarke personnel only.
WARNING:
Any alterations or modifications of this machine could result in damage to the machine or
injury to the operator or other bystanders. Alterations or modifications not authorized by
the manufacturer voids any and all warranties and liabilities.
WARNING:
Electrical components of this machine can "short-out" if exposed to water or moisture.
Keep the electrical components of the machine dry. Wipe the machine down after each
use. For storage, keep the machine in a dry building.
WARNING:
Operating a machine without observing all labels and instructional information could result
in injury or damage. Read all machine labels before attempting to operate. Make sure all
of the labels and instructional information are attached or fastened to the machine. Get
replacement labels and decals from your Clarke distributor.
WARNING:
Wet floor surfaces can be slippery. Water solutions or cleaning materials used with this
type of machine can leave wet areas on the floor surface. These areas can cause a
dangerous condition for the operator or other persons. Always put "Caution" signs
around/near the area you are cleaning.
WARNING:
Improper discharge of waste water may damage the environment and be illegal.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency has established certain regulations
regarding discharge of waste water. Also, city and state regulations regarding this
discharge my be in effect in your area. Understand and follow the regulations in your
area. Be aware of the environment hazards of chemicals that you dispose.
WARNING:
Using water that is above 140°F can damage the machine. Do not use water where the
temperature is above 140°F.
WARNING:
To avoid personal injury to operators or bystanders, do not operate machine at full
traverse speed down inclines. Machine is heavy and can cause personnel injury and
property damage.
CAUTION:
Your machine warranty will be voided if anything other than genuine Clarke parts are used
on your machine. Always use Clarke parts for replacement.
CAUTION:
Use of this machine to move other objects or to climb on could result in injury or damage.
Do not use this machine as a step or furniture. Do not ride on this machine.
CAUTION:
Carpet damage can occur if carpet has not adequately dried before traffic resumes. Stay
off the carpet until it is dry.
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Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
INTRODUCTION AND MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
The IMAGE 26B is a one-piece, self-propelled carpet extractor designed for cleaning carpet. The machine applies
cleaning solution to the carpet and then removes the dirty solution and soil with a recovery tool.
Features:
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Easy to Operate
Interex cleaning system.
Brush pressure gauge.
Variable speed transaxle (forward and reverse)
Adjustable brush pressure.
Adjustable traverse speed.
Rugged 10-gauge mainframe.
Large capacity, compact size.
Easy access for serviceability.
Large recovery tank opening for easy cleaning.
Smooth 10", non marking, tread-less drive wheels.
Accessory tool connection.
No fatigue, dead man switch mounted on control handle.
Dual tangential discharge vac motors
Circuit breaker protection for traverse, brush, pump and vac motors.
Automatic shut-off when recovery tank is full.
Adjustable bypass pump.
Solution level indicator.
Low voltage battery protection (solution and brush stop when low voltage condition occurs)
IMAGE 26B, 36V
Solution Pump
Solution Tank
Capacity
Recovery Tank
Capacity
Water Lift
Vacuum
100 psi Adjustable By-pass
30 Gallon
30 Gallon
76" Functional WL 150/CFM
2 Tangential discharge,
three-stage motors
Batteries
3 12V 195AH Batteries
Spray Jets
Quick Change Nozzles
Brush Size
4" x 23"
Dimensions
48" x 26" x 43"
Weight (w/batteries) 650 lbs.
Shipping Weight
922 lbs.
Dimensions
56" x 28" x 46" (41.7 cu. ft.)
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
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TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE
How to Put the Machine in a Van or Truck
WARNING:
The machine is heavy. Make
sure you use two able persons
to help assist the machine up
the ramp.
1. Make sure the loading ramp is no less than eight
feet long and strong enough to support the
machine.
2. Make sure the ramp is clean and dry.
3. Secure the ramp in position.
4. Lift the brush assembly into an upright position.
5. Align the machine on a level surface ten feet in
front of the ramp.
6. Push the machine to the top of the ramp.
7. Tie down the machine.
How to Remove the Machine From A Van
Or Truck
1. Make sure there are no obstructions in the area.
2. Make sure the unloading ramp is no less than
eight feet long and strong enough to support the
machine.
3. Make sure the ramp is clean and dry.
4. Secure the ramp in position.
5. Untie the machine.
WARNING:
The machine is heavy. Make
sure you use two able persons to
assist the machine down the
ramp.
6. Assisting the machine down the ramp, position
yourself to maintain a slow downward speed.
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Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
THE CONTROLS
Key Switch (See figure 1, A)
The key switch is located on the control panel.
The key switch must be on before any
function of the machine will work. Turn to "O"
for OFF and "I" for ON.
Battery Meter (See figure 1,B)
The battery meter indicates the relative charge on
the battery pack. Do not continue to run the
machine when the meter is in "red" area. This will
shorten the life of the battery. NOTE: Low voltage
will shut off solution and brush functions. Recover
remaining solution and return to charge station.
B
A
Figure 1
The Traverse Knob (See figure 2, A)
The traverse knob is located on the left side of the
control panel. The traverse knob controls the speed of
the machine. For faster speeds, turn the knob to the
right. For slower speeds, turn the knob to the left.
Light bars indicate traverse speed. Twenty feet per
minute is optimum cleaning speed.
The Traverse Meter (See figure 2, B)
The lights on the meter indicate the cleaning range.
Speeds in the 1 to 10 light range indicate cleaning
speeds for various conditions. Speeds above those
indicated by the tenth light are used only for traversing
to dumping, filling or charging locations.
Variable Pump Pressure (See figure 2, C)
The control knob is located on the right side of the
control panel. The control knob can be adjusted clockwise to increase flow and pressure or counterclockwise to decrease flow and pressure. If streaking
occurs increase pressure setting.
A
B
C
Figure 2
WARNING: Do not operate the pump if the
solution tank is empty. Damage to
the pump could occur.
The Vacuum Switch
The vacuum switch is activated by the recovery tool lift
handle. The vacuum motors are switched on when the
tool is lowered. The vac motors are switched off after
a 10 second delay when the tool is raised.
Accessory Vac Switch (See figure 3,A)
The accessory vac switch is located on the lower left
side of the control panel. This switch turns on the vac
motors when the recovery tool is raised. This allows the
use of accessory tools when connected to the recovery
hose.
A
B
Figure 3
Pump Switch (See figure 3,B)
The pump switch allows the pump to be turned off when
solution application is not required.
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THE CONTROLS (cont.)
The Brush Adjustment Control Knob (See
figure 4, A)
The brush lift control knob is located at the rear of the
machine. The knob is adjustable for many types of
carpet. This setting need not be adjusted between
uses. The settings are retained.
Brush Pressure Meter
The brush pressure meter indicates the relative
amount of pressure the brush is putting on the floor.
To maximize run time on a battery charge, keep the
light bars towards the center of the green area. To
avoid damage to the brush motors, do not run the
machine in the "red" area.
A
Figure 4
The Recovery Tool Handle (See figure 5, A)
The recovery tool handle is located on the back of
the machine. This handle lowers the recovery tool
and brush.
Accessory Hose Connector (See figure 6, A)
The accessory hose connector is used to hook-up
optional auxiliary floor tools and to redirect the
solution flow. Use hose coupler (P.N. 30108A) to
connect accessory hose to recovery shoe hose.
A
Figure 5
A
Figure 6
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Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
THE CONTROLS
A
B
A
The Traverse Switch (See figure 7, A)
The traverse switch is located on the control handle.
Light pressure with the thumb or hand activates the
traverse for forward movement.
The Reverse Switch (See figure 7, B)
The reverse switch is the white button located on top
of the handle. Reverse traverse is achieved by
simultaneously pressing the traverse and reverse
buttons.
Figure 7
A
C
Solution Tank (See figure 8, A)
The solution tank is top center of the machine. The
solution tank fill opening is located in the center of
the tank at the front of the machine.
D
B
Solution Tank Drain Hose and Solution Level
Indicator (See figure 8,B)
The solution drain hose is on the lower left at the
back of the machine. To drain, pull the clear hose
free of the top hosebarb and lay the hose into drain.
Reconnect when finished.
Figure 8
.Recovery Tank (See figure 8, C)
The recovery tank is mounted in the rear center
position on the machine.
A
Recovery Tank Drain Hose (See figure 8, D)
The recovery drain hose is located at the center
right at the back of the machine.
Battery Tray (See figure 9, A-C))
The battery tray must be pulled out of the machine on
the front bridge in order to change batteries or check
electrolyte. To lower bridge, grasp handle and pull up
firmly to insure handle is extended fully (A). Lower
bridge (B). Release lever on left side of battery tray
(C) and pull tray out slowly until latch arm engages in
slot on bridge (D) . To return battery tray to operating
position, release lever and slide tray back into
machine until lever engages in frame. Raise and
latch bridge. Close front.
C
B
D
Figure 8
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HOW TO PREPARE THE MACHINE FOR
OPERATION
The Image 26B uses three 12-Volt batteries. The
batteries are located on a battery tray that can be
accessed by opening the front cover and lowering the
front bridge. To install the batteries, follow this procedure:
1. Turn key switch off.
2. Make sure both tanks are empty.
3. Place the batteries in the battery tray as shown in
figure 10.
WARNING: Lifting batteries without help could
result in an injury. Get help to lift
the batteries. The batteries are
heavy.
WARNING: Working with batteries can be
dangerous. Always wear eye
protection and protective clothing
when working near batteries. NO
SMOKING!
Figure 10
4. Connect the battery cables between batteries and
install long battery cable assembly as indicated.
See figure 10.
5. Join the connector from the battery pack to the
connector on the front of the machine. Raise and
latch front bridge and close front cover. See figure
11, A.
NOTE: Charge the batteries before using the machine.
Battery Maintenance
The electrical power to operate the machine comes from
the storage batteries. Storage batteries need preventative
maintenance.
A
Figure 11
To maintain the batteries in good condition, follow these
instructions:
1. Keep the electrolyte at the correct level. The
correct level is between 1/4" below the bottom of
the tube in each cell and above the tops of the
plates. Check the level of the electrolyte each
time you charge the batteries. See figure 12.
NOTE: Check the level of electrolyte prior to charging
the batteries. Be sure the plates in each cell
are covered with electrolyte. Do not top off
the cells prior to charging the battery.
Electrolyte expands during charging. As a
result, the electrolyte could overflow form the
cells. Always top off the cells with distilled
water after charging.
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Correct fill level
Figure 12
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HOW TO PREPARE THE MACHINE FOR
OPERATION
CAUTION:
Irreversible damage will occur to
the batteries if the electrolyte
level does not cover the plates.
Keep the electrolyte at the
correct level.
CAUTION:
Machine damage and discharge
across the tops of the batteries
can occur if the batteries are
filled above the bottom of the
tube in each cell. Do not fill the
batteries up to the bottom of the
tube in each cell. Wipe any acid
from the machine or the tops of
the batteries. Never add acid to
a battery after installation.
CAUTION:
Tap water may contain contaminants that will damage batteries.
Batteries must be re-filled with
distilled water only.
2. Keep the tops of the batteries clean and dry.
Keep the terminals and connectors clean. To
clean the top of the batteries, use a damp cloth
with a weak solution. To clean the terminals
and connectors, use a terminal and connector
cleaning tool. Do not allow ammonia or bicarbonate of soda to get into batteries.
3. Keep the batteries charged.
How to Charge the Batteries
WARNING: Charging the batteries in an area
without adequate ventilation
could result in an explosion. To
prevent an explosion, charge the
batteries only in an area with
good ventilation.
WARNING: Lead acid batteries generate
gases which could explode.
Keep sparks and flames away
from batteries. NO SMOKING!
WARNING: Failure to disconnect the AC
plug from the wall receptacle
before connecting or disconnecting the DC connector on the
charger could result in an
explosion. Always disconnect
the AC plug from the wall receptacle before connecting or
disconnecting the DC connector
on the charger.
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HOW TO PREPARE THE MACHINE FOR
OPERATION
To charge the batteries, follow this procedure:
1. Put the charger on a flat surface. Make sure
the vents on the side are at least two inches
away from walls and other objects. Make sure
there are no objects near the vents on the
bottom of the charger.
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2. Make sure the key switch is in the "OFF"
position.
3. Disconnect the battery pack connector from the
control housing connector. See figure 13, A.
Figure 13
4. Connect the DC connector on the charger to the
battery pack connector. See figure 14.
5. Connect the charger to a properly grounded
single phase (3-wire) wall receptacle having the
voltage, frequency, and ampere capacity
specified on the nameplate of the charger.
For more instruction on the use of the charger, read
the instruction book supplied with the charger.
DANGER:
Failure to read the operator’s
manual before operating this
machine could result in injury to
you or to other personnel,
damage to the machine or to
other property as well.
CAUTION:
The antifreeze solution that is
shipped in your machine will
damage carpet. Flush the
antifreeze solution from the
system before using the machine.
Your new machine has been shipped with antifreeze
solution in the machine's system. This antifreeze must
be flushed out prior to using the machine the first time.
Figure 14
4. Turn the key switch to the "ON" position.
5. Press either of the traverse switches to activate
spray.
To flush the antifreeze solution follow this procedure:
1. Move machine to a non-carpeted area with a floor
drain.
6. Allow the solution to run through the machine over
the floor drain until the solution tank is empty.
CAUTION:
2. Position the machine over the drain.
NOTE: Drive wheels must be lifted off the
ground for this step.
3. Add a minimum of five (5) gallons of clean water to the
solution tank.
NOTE: Do not use water that is hotter than 140°F.
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Cleaning solution in the
machine and tools can leak
onto the carpet and cause
light spots or stains. Do not
leave the extractor or other
cleaning machines or tools
on the carpet when not in
use.
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MACHINE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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DANGER:
CAUTION:
Failure to read the operator’s
manual before operating this
machine could result in injury to
you or to other personnel, damage
to the machine or to other property
as well.
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Finish
Pump damage can occur if the
pump is operated without water in
the solution tank. Do not activate
the pump if the solution tank is
empty.
1. Put water and cleaning solution into the solution
tank. Clarke recommends using Clarkare®
Extractor Concentrate as a cleaning solution. For
every gallon of water, add between two and ten
ounces of Clarkare®. The amount of cleaning
solution used depends on the condition of the carpet.
DANGER:
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Start
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Figure 15a
Electrocution could occur if
machine is connected to an
electrical outlet that is not properly
wired or grounded. Always use a
3-wire electrical system connected
to electrical ground. For maximum
protection, use a circuit that is
protected by a ground fault circuit
interrupter (GFCI). Consult your
electrical contractor.
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2. Make sure battery pack is plugged into machine.
3. Turn the key switch to the "ON" position.
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4
3
4. Turn the traverse speed control to the desired
position.
5. Turn pump pressure knob to desired setting.
6. Lower the recovery tool.
7. Apply pressure to either traverse switch on the
control handle.
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8. Adjust the brush to the proper carpet height setting.
9. Guiding the machine by the control handle, move
across the floor in the forward direction.
10. Follow the path sequence.
Finish
12
Start
Figure 15b
NOTE: By properly planning the cleaning pattern, a
minimum number of turns will need to be made.
See figures 15a and 15b.
Low Voltage Condition:
NOTE: Verify battery condition under use. If batteries
are discharged, pump and brush motor will not function.
Vacuum and traverse contiue to allow water recovery and
ability to return to charging station.
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MACHINE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
11. When cleaning in a corner, raise the brush, maneuver the machine as illustrated in figure 16. Lower
the recovery tool and proceed with cleaning.
NOTE: If the extractor removes an excess amount of
foam from the carpet, add a defoamer such as Clarkare
® Defoamer Concentrate to the recovery tank. The
amount needed will vary according to the amount of
detergent already in the carpet.
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To stop the machine follow these procedures:
1. Release pressure from the traverse switch on the
control handle.
2. Raise the recovery tool handle to the “storage”
position.
3. After a 10 second delay to allow all dirty solution to
reach the recovery tank, the vacuum motors will
automatically shut off.
WARNING:
Failure to turn all switches to
the “OFF” position could result
in injury or machine damage.
Always position all of the
switches into their "OFF"
position when not in use.
WARNING:
Machine can roll if left parked
or unattended on an un-level
surface and cause damage or
injury. This machine is not
equipped with a parking brake.
Never leave the machine
unattended. For added safety,
always place a chock in front of
and behind the drive wheel.
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Figure 16
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
MACHINE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
After Each Use of the Machine
1. Turn main power switch to off position.
2. Drain and rinse out the recovery and the solution tank
following this procedure:
For Recovery Tank
a. Position the machine close to a floor drain or an
appropriately sized bucket or container.
b. Remove the hose from the fitting on the back of
the machine.
c. Put the end of the hose over a drain or bucket.
d. Twist drain plug cap to release and drain tank.
For Solution Tank
a. Remove clear hose from top connector.
b. Position in appropriate container or floor drain.
c. Drain tank.
NOTE: Draining process can be expedited by
removing vac hose from recovery tool and inserting
solution drain hose. Start vac motor after inserting
hose. (See figure 17)
Figure 17
NOTE: Make sure to drain both the recovery tank
and the solution tank.
3. Use a clean dry cloth to wipe out both tanks and the
recovery tool, both inside and out.
4. Leave the tanks and drain hoses open to dry in the air.
5. Inspect and clean the filter screen between the
solution tank and pump.
After Cleaning the Carpet
1. Do not walk or place heavy objects on the carpet for
at least four hours or until the carpet is dry to the
touch.
2. Vacuum right after the carpet is dry and vacuum at
least once a week, or as often as needed.
CAUTION: You are responsible for Operator
error. Clarke will not be held
liable for damage to the carpet
or for poor results because of the
operator's errors.
3. To speed drying time of the carpet try a Clarke Direct
Air carpet dryer.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Machine damage or injury could
occur if maintenance and repairs
are performed by unauthorized
personnel. Maintenance and
repairs must be done by
authorized personnel only. Use
only genuine Clarke parts.
NOTE: For maintenance of optional tools, read the
manual that is supplied with the tools.
Always empty the solution and recovery tanks
before performing any maintenance to the machine.
After Each Use of the Machine
1. To prevent damage to the valves and to the jets, flush
one gallon of clean water through the solution system.
2. If the auxiliary tools have been used, be sure to flush
them out with clean water.
3. Turn main power switch to off position.
4. Drain and rinse out the recovery tank.
5. Use a dry cloth to wipe the recovery tank, and the
tools both inside and out.
6. Inspect and clean the filter screen in the inlet hose
to the pump.
How to Prevent Freezing Temperature Damage
To prevent damage from freezing temperatures, follow
this procedure:
1. Remove any solution remaining in the solution tank.
2. Make sure that the machine and the pump are
completely dry.
3. Make sure the machine is at room temperature
before using it.
Electrical
NOTE: For electrical repairs, return this machine to a
Clarke authorized repair center.
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Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
MAINTENANCE
Recovery Tool (See figure 18)
The recovery tool is factory adjusted for optimum
performance. If further adjustment is necessary,
remove adjustment assembly. Loosen locknuts and
lengthen or shorten dimension "A" as required.
Vacuum Motor
This machine has a vacuum motor that uses carbon
brushes. The carbon brushes in the motor must be
checked every three months, or every 500 hours of
operation, whichever comes first.
A
Figure 18
Changing the Brush
The machine comes with one brush (PN 30167A):
1. Black - for everyday, routine carpet maintenance
(Part No. 30167A). This brush is supplied with
the machine.
2. Black with white bristles on end - for heavyduty restoration carpet cleaning (Part No.
30166A). This brush must be purchased
separately.
Figure 19
These brushes are reversible. After bristles are worn
reverse the direction the brush was placed on the
machine.
To change the brush follow this procedure:
(The brush can be changed or rotated by using the
quick change brush door, see figure 19.)
1.
Remove clamping knob.
2.
Raise brush housing door approximately ¼ inch
and pull out.
3.
Swing door up to remove brush.
4.
Remove the spacer and brush from the brush
housing.
5.
Place brush onto the shaft. Slide brush in and
rotate until the pins catch. Slide spacer onto
shaft.
6.
Swing door down and slide onto shaft.
7.
Replace clamping knob.
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MAINTENANCE
Nozzles
To remove the nozzles to clean or change nozzles,
follow this procedure:
Recovery Tool
1. Grasp the nozzle cap assembly and twist
counterclockwise to remove assembly from
the spray bar.
2. Pull the nozzle out of the cap.
3. Clean or replace the nozzle.
4. Replace nozzle back into cap.
5. Twist nozzle cap assembly back onto the
spray bar.
Brush Housing
1. Grasp spray bar and push towards brush motor
to compress spring.
2. Swing out end of spray bar to remove it.
3. Pull nozzle assembly out to side of machine.
4. Firmly push nozzle in and turn 1/4 turn.
5. Pull nozzle out.
6. Clean and replace into nozzle assembly.
7. Replace nozzle assembly in brush housing.
Page -18-
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
IMAGE 26B
®
Section II
Parts and Service Manual
(70249B)
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Page -19-
How to Correct Problems in the Machine
Problem
The machine does not move.
There is no solution flow.
The machine doesn't extract
solution from the floor.
The cleaning is not even.
Cause
Action
The Power switch is off.
Turn on the "Power" switch.
The traverse switch is defective.
Contact an authorized Clarke
service person
Solution control dial in wrong position.
Turn dial to position for more flow.
The solution tank is empty.
Fill the solution tank.
There is an obstruction in the
solution hose or filter.
Remove the obstruction from the hose
or filter.
Solenoid is defective.
Contact an authorized Clarke
Service person
Pump is defective.
Contact an authorized Clarke
Service person.
Batteries are too low.
Charge unit.
The recovery tank is full.
Drain the recovery tank.
The recovery tool is not
resting on the floor.
Lower and/or adjust the tool.
Filter screen plugged
Clean screen and replace.
The brush is worn.
Replace the brush.
There is damage to the brush
module or spray assembly.
Contact an authorized Clarke
Service person.
The solution level is low.
Fill the solution tank.
Batteries are too low.
Recharge batteries.
Dirty or plugged spray nozzles.
Clean the spray assembly or nozzles.
Worn spray nozzles.
Replace spray assembly or nozzles.
Debris in the check valve.
Contact an authorized Clarke
service person.
Defective check valve.
Contact an authorized Clarke
service person.
The vac motor is not running.
Turn vac motor switch on.
Vacuum hose obstruction.
Remove the obstruction.
Vac hose damaged.
Replace the hose.
The dome gasket worn or damaged.
Replace the gasket.
Motor brushes are worn.
Replace motor brushes.
Loose motor connection.
Contact an authorized Clarke
service person.
Vac motor switch defective.
Contact an authorized Clarke
service person.
Batteries are too low.
Charge Batteries.
service person.
Uneven or no spray from nozzles.
Water leaks from the spray
nozzles with the pump "OFF".
There is no suction.
Brush does not run or runs
intermittently.
Page -20-
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Clarke® Image 26B
Recovery Tank and Hose Assembly Drawing and Parts List 8/03
10
34
2
37
33
37
35
3
32
7
31
4
6
30
8
29
9
5
9
6
28 16
11
27
24
10
23
26
36
25
22
12
21
18
19
20
17
15
13
38
16
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Part No.
980657
36204B
58069A
39339B
39340B
837304
34265A
38020A
81110A
962666
30183A
47419A
98465A
85806A
65716A
872010
51863A
82100A
962943
Description
Lock Washer
Lid, Recovery
Strainer, Recovery Tank
Standtube, Vac
Standtube, Vac
O-Ring
Gasket, Recovery Lid
Strap
Nut, 10-24 ESNA
Screw, 10-24 x 5/8 Pan SS
Tank, Recovery
Switch, Float
Clamp, Battery Cable
Screw, ¼-20 x ½
Solution/Recovery Bracket
Clamp, Hose
Cuff
Nut, Lock
Screw, 8-18 x ½ PH
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Qty
4
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
1
1
3
7
2
2
1
1
1
13 38
Ref
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Part No.
30415A
832002
839401
833407
833901
52206A
962987
30011A
920797
30010A
58533A
643418
45019A
87026A
85728A
30448A
59877A
47905A
980646
38
1
14
14
Description
Hose, Drain
Clamp, Drain Valve
Valve, Drain
Gasket, Drain
Drain Valve Handle
Chain
Screw
Hose, Shoe to Tank
Nut
Adapter Asm. , Vac
Spacer, Vac Motor
Gasket, Vac Motor
Vac Motor
Washer, Flat ¼
Screw, ¼-20 x 4
Hose, Vac Exhaust
Washer, O-Ring
Terminal
Washer
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6
2
2
6
6
1
1
4
7
Page -21-
Clarke® Image 26B
Handle Assembly Drawing and Parts List 8/03
19
18
20
27
6
7
8
5
4
19
20
23
31
28
19
26
9
34
24
11
25
10
3
23
33
2
32
29
20
12
21
19
20
16
19
29
15
1
18
14
30
35
17
22
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
Part No.
34813A
980645
962522
962968
85313C
55502A
77368A
66257A
44309A
53077B
40158A
47380A
41438B
41422B
41161A
40190B
962430
Page -22-
Description
Qty
Handle
1
Washer, 3/8 Flat
2
Screw, 3/8 -16 x 2
2
Screw, 10-24 x ½
4
Screw, 6-32 x 3/8
4
Knob
2
Label, Control Panel
1
Panel, Control
1
Module, Control
1
Switch, Forward
2
Switch, Reverse
1
Switch, Key
1
Circuit Breaker, 7A (br. motor)
2
Circuit Breaker, 25A (vac/tr mtr) 3
Control Motor, Quad
1
Harness, Wiring
1
Screw, ¼-20 x ½
3
Ref
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
Part No.
980657
980646
64247A
40006A
962350
61687A
854849
83302A
41801A
920208
47905A
40005B
912287
81102A
30033A
30032A
Page 23
Description
Washer, ¼ Lock
Washer, ¼ Flat
Plate, Retaining
Harness, Wire
Screw, 10-32 x ½
Weldment, Handle Cont
Insulator
Stud, ¼-20
Contactor 36V
Nut
Terminal
Harness, Wire
Rectifier
Nut, Nylock
Gasket, Handle
Gasket, Control Panel
(see item #35)
Qty
4
5
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
2
1
1
2
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Clarke® Image 26B
Rear Panel Assembly and Parts List 8/03
48
7
5
36
4
3
10
8
9
37
2
1
35
31
30
13
19
39
19
3
6
29
22
12
19
32
49
11
21
3
14
40
26
15
6
16
45
44
6
50
25
41
28
38
17
46
27
18
21
47A 42
47B
47
47C
34
19
26
24
43
33
23
33
42
Ref
Part No.
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
51535A
61685A
980645
86207A
55537A
85395A
69196A
737140
64521A
962980
47374A
920056
69386A
68796A
697501
55167A
39102A
65448A
81102A
65449A
87618A
608210
60467A
60052A
438360
980692
65447A
80028A
64490A
Bushing, 5/8 x 3/4
Control, Brush Height
Washer, Flat 3/8
Screw, Set 3/8 -16 x 1
Knob, Brush Pressure
Screw, ¼-20 x ½
Top Rear Panel
Quick Disconnect
Hinge, Rear Panel
Screw, 6-32 x 7/8
Switch, Straight Lever
Nut, 6-32 ESNA
Rear Panel
Wear Plate
Reducer, ¼NPT-1/8NPT
Hosebarb, 3/8 x ¼
Trim, Frame
Brush Lift
Nut, ¼-20 ESNA
Link, Brush Lift
Washer, Flat 3/8 Nylon
Spacer
Arm, Brush Lift
Retainer, Drain Valve
Spring, Adjustor
Washer, Flat 5/16 SS
Lift, Recovery Tool
Bolt, Shoulder 5/16 x 1
Handle
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Qty
1
1
3
1
1
12
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
5
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
Ref
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
47A
47B
47C
48
49
50
NI
NI
Part No.
64906A
980666
85389A
85806A
87026A
85700A
41160B
85390A
30021A
98465A
857345
962430
50249A
30089A
51209A
51210A
80134A
10224A
52333A
30090B
52419A
52828A
52829A
52831A
962968
81110A
722021
77366A
77367A
34
21 20
Description
Handle, Recovery Tool Lift
Washer, Starlock 3/8
Screw,3 /8 -16 x 5/8
Screw, ¼-20 x 3/4
Washer, Flat ¼
Screw, ¼ x 20 x 1
Control, Motor
Screw, ¼"
Trim, Frame
Clamp, Insulated
Snap Ring
Screw
Spacer
Tank, Chemical
Pin, Chemical Jug
Knob, Chemical Tank
Fitting, Swivel
Cap Assembly (incl. 47A-C)
Hosebarb
Cap, Chemical Jug
Tip, Lt. Blue Metering
Tip, Tan Metering
Tip, Orange Metering
Tip, Pink Metering
Screw
Nut
Hose Clamp
Label
Label
19
Qty
1
1
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2 oz/gal
1 oz/gal
1.5 oz/gal
3 oz/gal
4
4
1
1
1
Page -23-
Clarke® Image 26B
Solution Tank Assembly Drawing and Parts List 10/02
2
22
3
8
21
5
1
4
6
7
8
9
10
12
14
13
11
17
19
16
15
17
13
18
20
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part No.
722030
55189A
31242A
34256A
832322
38020A
81110A
962666
38820A
65506A
980646
Page -24-
Description
Clamp, Hose #6
Elbow, ½
Bushing, ½ Fitting
Gasket
Cover, Solution Tank
Chain
Nut, 10-24 ESNA
Screw, 10-24 x 5/8 Pan SS
Tank, Solution
Latch, Bridge
Washer, ¼ Flat
Qty
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
4
Ref
Part No.
Description
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
980657
85806A
32416A
61537A
608210
87618A
41162A
962212
920056
30463A
60218A
Washer, ¼ Lock
Screws, ¼-20 x 3/4
Cover, Front
Bracket, Bat Plug
Spacer
Nylon Washer
Cable, Asm. Console
Screw
Nut
Hose
Plug, Drain
Qty
2
3
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Clarke® Image 26B
Plumbing Detail Drawing and Parts List 3/04
1
18
From fresh
water tank
16
From fresh
water tank
18
2
3
16
15
4 a, b, c
13
To rinse jets
5
To
accessory
connector
6
5
14
22
7
To pre-spray jets
17
8
21
From chemical jug
2
9
3
23
5
3
6
7
14
11
12
20
19
10
7
7a
Ref
1
2
3
4
4a
4b
4c
5
6
7
7a
8
10
Part No.
69404A
35147A
59016A
53050A
58061B
54369A
90018A
170030
694112
45950A
52418A
35148A
53639A
Description
Hose 9"
Hose 3/8 14"
Tee, Branch
Strainer, Bowl
Strainer, Screen
Gasket, viton
Bowl, Filter
Hosebarb 3/8-¼ NPT
Hose
Pump
Head Replacement, Pump
Hose
Elbow
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Qty
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
Ref
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Part No.
851144
51207A
50248A
59623A
30425A
51518A
35168A
51526A
697501
10229A
21
22
23
55167A
732870
722021
Description
Qty
Adaptor
1
Injector
1
Clamp, Hose
11
Valve, Solution
2
Hose
1
Bushing, Hose
2
Hose
1
Elbow
2
1
Reducer, ¼ to 1/8
Injector Asm. (incl. 5, 10, 11, 12, 1
14 & 19)
Hosebarb
1
Elbow
1
Hose Clamp
1
Page -25-
Clarke® Image 26B
Frame Assembly Drawing and Parts List 6/04
5
6
27
3
4
1
8
26
9
7
2
21
10
11
12
13
28
12
29
14
6
2
12
21
2
12
6
15
25
18
19
15
20
24
16, A,B,C,D
31
23
32
17
18
3
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16A
16B
12
30
Part No.
65979B
85806A
85811A
58614A
65507A
920208
85701A
64907A
62450A
980651
920110
87026A
55013A
61539A
69206A
50008C
52660A
50252A
Page -26-
22
18
19
20
Description
Frame
Screw, ¼-20x 3/4
Screw, 5/16-18
Spring
Latch, Bridge
Nut, ¼-20
Screw, ¼-20 x 1½
Handle
Clamp, Handle
Washer, Flat 5/16
Nut, 5/16-18
Washer, Flat ¼
Hinge
Bridge
Wheels
Transaxle
Coupler, Transaxle
Mount, Transaxle
19
20
Qty
1
19
6
1
1
9
1
1
2
4
4
20
1
1
2
1
1
1
Ref
16C
16D
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Part No.
50251A
50250B
62435A
980645
170883
85822A
980657
980205
57423A
80507A
899769
920260
980646
53087A
81104A
980652
47905A
Page 30
Description
Motor, Brush
Motor, Transaxle
Clamp, Transaxle
Washer, Flat 3/8 SS
Washer, Lock 3/8
Screw, 3/8-16 x 7/8
Washer, Lock ¼
Washer
Snap Ring
Key
Casters
Nut
Washer
Strap, Static
Nut, ¼-20 SS
Washer, Lock 5/16
Terminal
Transaxle Parts
Qty
4
1
2
4
4
8
18
2
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
2
2
ref.
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Clarke® Image 26B
Battery Tray Assembly Drawing and Parts List 10/02
1
2
3
4
5
17
6
18
16
15
19
7
14
8
12
11
9
10
13
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part No.
871334
39008B
54936A
85376A
60001A
51609A
962350
962986
902648
980651
920160
Description
Battery, 195 AH
Tray, Battery
Handle, Grip
Screw, ¼-20 x 5/8
Battery Tray
Bumper
Screw, 10-32 x ½
Screw
Bearing
Washer
Nut
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Qty
3
1
1
2
1
4
1
10
10
10
10
Ref
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
NI
NI
NI
Part No.
962495
61434A
668311
920224
81102A
34705A
962929
61435A
41217A
40532A
40506A
Description
Screw
Arm, Battery Tray
Spring
Nut, Hex 10-32
Nut, ¼-20 ESNA
Hose, Clear 6"
Screw
Bushing
Cable, 16"
Cable Asm., Battery
Charger, 36VDC
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
Page -27-
Clarke® Image 26B
Recovery Tool Assembly Drawing and Parts List 4/03
Form # 13005A
1
26
25
5
7
24
2
23
3
22
21
13
19
20
18
19
4
17
5
26
16
6
27
7
8
14
15
5
9
10
12
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Part No.
66816A
87618A
980646
85806A
81306A
920110
980651
58612A
608210
67619A
68808A
85615A
27201A
61541A
980652
Description
Recovery Lift
Washer, 3/8 Flat Nylon
Washer, Flat ¼
Screw, ¼-20 x .75
Nut, Hex 5/16-24
Nut, 5/16 ESNA
Washer, Flat 5/16
Spring
Spacer
Shoe, Recovery Tool
Weight, Recovery Tool
Screw, 5/16 -18 x 1¼
Shoe, Recovery
Bracket, Recovery Lift
Lockwasher
11
Qty
1
2
2
2
5
2
4
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
3
Ref
Part No.
Description
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
27a
65980A
962798
980982
50546A
67164A
170883
962288
170030
50240A
85395A
30517A
51320A
52549A
Mount, Ball Joint
Screw, 10-24 x ½ SS
Washer, Flat #10
Ball-Joint
Rod, Recovery Tool Adj.
Washer, Lock 3/8
Screw, 3/8-16 x 1
Hosebarb, 3/8-¼ NPT
Spring
Screw, ¼-20 x .50
Bushing
Nozzle, Rinse
Nozzle, Rinse Plastic
Qty
1
2
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
*Optional Accessory
Page -28-
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Clarke® Image 26B
Brush Assembly Drawing and Parts List 8/04
1
29
30 34
28
3
35
5
27
6
26
25
8
9
33
24
4
36
7
6
10
11 8
32
12
23
31 20
14
13
13
16
14
17
22
33
21
19
15
8
Ref
1
3
3a
4
5
6
7
8
8a
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part No.
80041A
44310A
40832A
732870
56365A
53639A
51369A
51370A
52550A
53426A
980982
85393A
61542B
81102A
53399A
58548A
81109A
55518A
60089A
Description
Bolt, Shoulder
Motor, Brush
Brush, Carbon
Elbow, 3/8
Nipple, Brass 4"
Elbow, Brass ¼ NPT
Tee, Brass ¼ NPT
Nozzle, Pre-Spray
Nozzle, Pre-Spray Plastic
Spring
Washer, Flat #10
Screw, 10-32 x ¼
Brush Housing
Nut, ¼-20 ESNA
Bearing Asm.
Spacer, Brush Door
Nut, 8-32 ESNA
Knob, Clamping
Door, Brush End
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Qty
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
1
1
Ref
19
20
21
22
23
24
24a
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
Part No.
38708A
962027
67481A
50436A
915082
30167A
30166A
57247A
50928A
30029A
85395A
57268A
58517A
980646
920110
85390A
920208
980614
10220A
18
Description
Spacer, Brush End
Screw, 8-32 x 5/8
Shaft, Brush
Pin, Brush Drive
Key
Brush, Maintenance
Brush, Restoration
Pulley, Brush
Belt
Cover, Belt
Screw, ¼-20 x .50
Pulley, Motor
Spacer, Motor
Washer, Flat
Nut
Screw, ¼-20 x 1¼
Nut, Hex ¼-20
Washer, Lock
Bar Asm., Pre-Spray (incl. 4, 5,
6, 7 & 8)
Qty
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
4
2
2
1
Page -29-
Clarke® Image 26B
Transaxle Parts List 4/03
4
3
2
1
Ref #
1
2
3
4
Page -30-
50008C
50008B
Part
50983A
51056A
40628A
40627A
No.
52660A
50252A
50251A
50250B
Description
Coupler, Transaxle
Mount, Transaxle
Brush, Carbon
Motor, Transaxle
Qty
1
1
1
1
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Vac Motor Assembly #45019A 10/02
13
18
2
1
14
4
3
6
15
5
16
7
8
14
9
15
19
14
10
11
17
12
Ref #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part No.
51913A
54809A
53905A
85303A
40830A
51914A
50618A
53100A
902679
902648
Description
Clip (optional)
Housing
Fan
Screw - 8-32 x 3/8
Carbon Brushes
Clamp
Bracket
Disc
Bearing - Ball
Bearing - ball, radial
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Qty
2
1
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
Ref #
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Part No.
59803A
50610A
58501A
53914A
658201
53908A
658506
53995A
53996A
Description
Washer - neoprene
Bracket and shell
Spacer
Fan - Rotating
Spacer
Fan - Stationary
Shell
Fan, Air Seal
Fan, Stationary
Qty
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
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Clarke® Image 26B
36 Volt Battery Charger (40506A, 40507A, 40505A) 10/02
WARNING: All electrical repairs must be performed by qualified personnel only.
PARTS LIST FOR BATTERY CHARGERS
40506A - 36 Volt D.C., 25A, 115 Volt A.C., 60 Hz
40505A - 36 Volt D.C., 25A, 230 Volt A.C., 50 Hz
40507A - 36 Volt D.C., 25A, 230 Volt A.C., 60 Hz
Ref #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Description
Charger Case
Transformer
Electronic Timer Kit
Capacitor, 6 Mfd., 660 V.A.C.
Heat Sink Assembly
Ammeter
Fuse Assembly
Strain Relief, A.C. Cord
Strain Relief, D.C. Cord
D.C. Cord Assembly
A.C. Cord Assembly
D.C. Plug
D.C. Plug Lock Key
Charger Model Number
40506A 40507A 40505A
Part #
Part #
Part #
42503A 42504A
51959A
48400A 48412A
48401A
41102A 41103A
41103A
912132 912132
912132
912212 912212
912212
40200A 40200A
40200A
912382 912382
912382
837525 837525
837525
747553 747553
747553
51973A 51973A
51973A
51974A 908947
908947
911185 911185
911185
795020 795020
795020
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Battery Charger (40512B & 40506B) Drawing and Parts List 5/06
WARNING:
All electrical repairs must be performed by qualified personnel only.
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Clarke® Image 26B
Available Accessories 8/03
6
7
3
8
9
4
5
2
1**
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
NI
NI
Part No.
30108A
59231A
59230A
59229A
59232A
59228A
398426
398425
55183A
55173A
04130C
Description
Adaptor, 2" to 1½
RM-4P Tool Assembly
RM-8P Tool Assembly
RM-12M Tool Assembly
Hide-A- Hose 10'
RM-4M Tool Assembly
Defoamer
Extractor, Concentrate
Hide-A-Hose 20'
4" Tool & Hose Assembly
Deluxe Carpet Dryer
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
*1 case
*1 case
1
1
1
* 12, 1 quart bottles
**Required to use any accessory
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Clarke® Image 26B
Wiring Schematic 10/02
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
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Clarke® Image 26B
Connection Diagram 10/02
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Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
Clarke® Image 26B
Flow Dagram 10/02
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
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NOTES
Page -38-
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
CLARKE PRODUCT SUPPORT BRANCHES
U. S. A. Locations
CORPO
PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Clarke® , Springdale, Arkansas
2100 Highway 265
Springdale, Arkansas 72764
(479) 750-1000
Customer Service - 1-800-253-0367
Technical Service - 1-800-356-7274
American Lincoln®, Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
1100 Haskins Road
European Locations
PRODUCTION FACILITIES
ALTO Danmark A/S, Aalborg
Blytaekkervej 2
DK-9000 Aalborg
+45 72 18 21 00
ALTO Danmark A/S, Hadsund
Industrikvarteret
DK-9560 Hadsund
+45 72 18 21 00
SALES SUBSIDIARIES
SERVICE FACILITIES
Clarke®, Elk Grove, Illinois 60007
2280 Elmhurst Road
(847) 956-7900
ALTO US - Canada, Ontario (Canada)
4080 B Sladeview Crescent Unit 1
Mississauga, Ontario L5L 5Y5
(905) 569 0266
Clarke®, Denver, Colorado 80204
1955 West 13th Ave.
(303) 623-4367
ALTO Overseas Inc., Sydney (Australia)
1B/8 Resolution Drive
Caringbah NSW 2229
+61 2 9524 6122
Clarke®, Houston, Texas 77040
7215 North Gessner Road
713-937-7717
ALTO Cleaning Systems Asia Pte Ltd., Singapore
No. 17 Link Road
Singapore 619034
+65 268 1006
SERVICE AND SALES FACILITY
ALTO Deutschland GmbH, Bellenberg (Germany)
Guido-Oberdorfer-Straße 2-8
89287 Bellenberg
+49 0180 5 37 37 37
American Lincoln® / Clarke, Madison Heights,
Michigan 48071-0158
29815 John R.
(810) 544-6300
American Lincoln® / Clarke, Marietta, Georgia 30066
1455 Canton Road
(770) 973-5225
ALTO Cleaning Systems (UK) Ltd., Penrith
Gilwilly Industrial Estate
Penrith
Cumbria CA11 9BN
+44 1768 868 995
ALTO France S.A. Strasbourg
B.P. 44, 4 Place d’Ostwald
F-67036 Strasbourg
Cedex 2
+33 3 8828 8400
Clarke®
Clarke American Sanders
A.L. Cook
Customer Service Headquarters and Factory
2100 Highway 265
Springdale, Arkansas 72764
(479) 750-1000
Technical Service
1-800-356-7274
Clarke® Operator's Manual IMAGE 26B
ALTO Nederland B.V.
Postbus 65
3370 AB Hardinxveld-Giessendam
The Netherlands
+31 184 677 200
ALTO Sverige AB, Molndal (Sweden)
Aminogatan 18
Box 4029
S-431 04 Molndal
+46 31 706 73 00
ALTO Norge A/S, Oslo (Norway)
Bjornerudveien 24
N-1266
+47 2275 1770
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Clarke® LIMITED U.S. WARRANTY
This Clarke Industrial/Commercial Product is warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under
normal use and service for a period of one year from the date of purchase, when operated and maintained in accordance
with Clarke Maintenance and Operations instructions.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser for use of the product. It does not cover normal wear parts such
as electrical cable, rubber parts, hoses and motor brushes.
If difficulty develops with the product, you should:
a). Contact the nearest authorized Clarke repair location or contact the Clarke Service Operations Department, 2100
Highway 265, Springdale, Arkansas 72764, for the nearest authorized Clarke repair location. Only these locations are
authorized to make repairs to the product under this warranty.
b). Return the product to the nearest Clarke repair location. Transportation charges to and from the repair location must be
prepaid by the purchaser.
c). Clarke will repair the product and or replace any defective parts without charge within a reasonable time after receipt
of the product.
Clarke's liability under this warranty is limited to repair of the product and/or replacement of parts and is given to
purchaser in lieu of all other remedies, including INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN. THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH
EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION OF THE FACE HEREOF. NO WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE IMPLIED. A warranty registration card is provided with your Clarke product.
Return the card to assist Clarke in providing the performance you expect from your new floor machine.
Clarke®, 2100 Highway 265, Springdale, Arkansas 72764.
Clarke® POLYDUR® TANK
EIGHT-YEAR GUARANTEE
Your new Image Carpet Extractor has a polydur Solution and Recovery Tanks. Polydur is a rotationally molded, lowdensity linear polyethylene that won't crack or dent, and withstands most corrosives and temperature extremes. Clarke
backs up your Polydur tanks with an eight-year guarantee. If a tank breaks, cracks or leaks under normal use within eight
years of the date of purchase, it will be replaced free.
Clarke reserves the right to make
changes or improvements to its machine without notice.
Always use genuine Clarke Parts for repair.
2100 Highway 265
Springdale, Arkansas, 72764
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