model 81 - Spartan Tool

model 81 - Spartan Tool
SP ARTAN
MODEL 81
Owner’s Manual
Record the Serial Number of your
Model 81
and give the number to the factory when
ordering parts.
Serial
Number_________________________
Spartan Tool L.L.C.
44298200 4-8-11
800.435.3866
www.spartantool.com
© 2011 Spartan Tool LLC
Warning
— Read the safety and operating instructions before using any Spartan Tool product. Drain and
sewer cleaning can be dangerous if proper procedures are not followed and appropriate safety
gear is not utilized.
— Before starting unit, be sure to wear personal protective equipment such as safety goggles or
face shield and protective clothing such as gloves, coveralls or raincoat, rubber boots with metatarsal
guards, and hearing protection.
— Drains and sewer can carry bacteria and other infectious micro-organisms or materials which
can cause death or severe illness. Avoid exposing eyes, nose, mouth, ears, hands and cuts and
abrasions to waste water or other potentially infectious materials during drain and sewer cleaning
operations. To further help protect against exposure to infectious materials, wash hands, arms and
other areas of the body, as needed, with hot, soapy water and, if necessary, flush mucous membranes
with water. Also, disinfect potentially contaminated equipment by washing such surfaces with a hot
soapy wash using a strong detergent.
— For any questions contact the company at the address shown below.
“California Prop. 65: This product may contain an extremely small amount of lead in the coating.
Lead is a material known to the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity.”
SPARTAN TOOL L.L.C.
1506 W. Division Street
Mendota, IL 61342
800 435 3866 ‹ Fax 888 876 2371
www.spartantool.com
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Table of Contents
OPERATING SECTION
Warning ................................................................................................................... 2
How to Assemble .................................................................................................... 4
Operating Instructions ............................................................................................. 4
How to Repair 1/4” and 5/16” Cables ..................................................................... 5
Operating a Power Driven Cleaning Tool ................................................................ 5
How to Install Cable in Model 81 ............................................................................ 6
Safety Instructions ............................................................................................ 7-10
PARTS & ACCESSORIES SECTION
Model 81 Cables............................................................................................. 11-12
Power Unit
-04703300- ................................................................................ 13-14
Electrical Assembly
-44002400- .......................................................................15
Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................................... 16
Air Bulb & Hose Assembly....................................................................................16
Drum Assembly
-04722600- ............................................................................. 17
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How to Assemble
Remove drum and power unit from cartons.
Step 1 Set power unit in vertical position. (See picture on front page)
Step 2 Mount drum on power unit. Lock drum to power unit by tightening (2) thumb screws. (Thumb
screw shoulder must enter hole in collar before tightening.)
Step 3 Loosen (3) wing nuts on motor mount plate. Put V-belt around pulley and drum. Move motor
mounting plate until V-belt is firm. If the belt is too tight, machine will not operate. Tighten (3)
wing nuts.
Operating Instructions
1. Insert proper size of cable in machine. Use open hook cables in up to 1 1/2” lines, use 5/16”
innercore cable for 1 1/2” to 2” lines.
WE DO NOT RECOMMEND USING YOUR 1/4” CABLE IN LINES LARGER THAN 1 1/2” IN DIAMETER.
2. Place unit close to pipe opening (ideally 12” if possible).
3. Pull out enough cable to enter waste line or cross bar.
4. Position switch in Forward (F) position. Don’t reverse motor or use Reverse Action Switch until
machine comes to dead stop and then only to remove cable through cross bar.
5. Depress foot switch pedal, causing cable to rotate through cross bar or into pipe opening. (Forward
only).
6. Take 6” to 8” length of cable, and slowly feed it into the line giving the cable time to round fittings
and to remove stoppage.
7. When motor slows up, indicating a load on same, pull cable back a bit and start moving it forwards
and backwards. This reciprocating action keeps the cable rotating - keeps cable from getting
“hung-up” - the main cause of cable kinkage or breakage.
8. If cable gets “hung-up”, stop your machine and reverse the direction of same through Reverse
Switch, pulling back as you do so to free working end of cable.
WARNING: Do not use Reverse Switch until you motor unit comes to dead stop!
9. Repeat this action as often as necessary to clean the line.
10. When job is completed, feed all cable back into drum 6” to 8” at a time - DON’T take long bites.
11. You must reverse rotation of the drum to remove cable through a crossbar.
12. You may drain the drum of excess liquids by removing the drain plug which is the smaller hex bolt
on the back of the drum.
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How to Repair
1/4” and 5/16” Cables
All 1/4” and 5/16” cables can be repaired with a replacable end. If you kink your cable, cut the cable
off at the kinked portion. Grind the end of same to provide a lead thread. Now, pick up your repair
end and thread same on the regular cable, as you would a nut on a bolt, turning same about three
turns, which will fasten it to the cable securely. Repair ends can be purchased at www.spartantool.com.
Operating a Power
Driven Cleaning Tool
1. Stay close to pipe opening, (ideally 12” if possible) during operations especially when rounding
fittings or removing stoppage in lines.
2. Move your cable backwards and forwards constantly when you get into stoppage, thereby
preventing your cable from getting “hung-up”, causing unnecessary kinkage. Remember - a rotating
cable cannot kink or break. Kinkage of cable takes place only when the working end of the cable
gets “hung-up” and you keep on twisting the other end.
3. Don’t attempt to round fittings or remove stoppage until your drum reaches full speed. It is the
rotation of the cable that enables it to either (a) round fittings, or (b) remove stoppage - NOT push
power.
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How to Install Cable
in Model 81
1. Position drum unit in a vertical position. Remove (6) nuts, washers, drum cover, drum cover
spacer, and (2) drum cover seals.
2. Assemble drum cover spacer and (2) seals to outer drum as required for various cables. See
Figure 1 and Figure 2.
3. Insert cable through drum cover as illustrated in Figure 1.
4. Place end of cable in outer drum. Slide cable under clamp. Cable should enter clamp in counterclockwise direction and extend approximately 1” beyond clamp. See Figure 1. tighten clamp
screw.
5. Place drum cover on outer drum assembly and secure with (6) nuts and washers. Assemble all
(6) nuts, tightening all nuts a little at a time; about 3 times around. Then give nuts a final tightening.
6. Feed remainder of cable into drum while drum is operating in forward only.
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Safety Instructions
Use of any electrical equipment in a wet or damp environment can cause fatal shock if not properly
guarded against by the operator.
1. Know Your Drain Cleaning Machine. Read this Operator’s Manual carefully. Learn the operation,
applications and limitations of this machine.
2. Grounding Instructions. Before using your Spartan equipment, make sure that a properly grounded,
(three hole) electrical outlet is available. If not, as in older homes, use a three-prong adapter and
connect the green pigtail or grounding lug to a known ground, such as a (metallic) cold water
pipe.
This tool should be grounded while in use to protect the operator from electric shock. The tool is
equipped with a three-conductor cored and proper grounding type receptacle. The green (or
green and yellow) conductor in the cord is the grounding wire. Never connect this wire to a live
terminal. If your unit is for use on less than 150 volts, it has a plug that looks like that shown in Fig.
1A. An adapter, (Fig. 1B and 1C), is available for connecting three-prong plugs to two-prong
receptacles, (except in Canada). If such an adapter is used, the green colored rigid ear, lug, or
the like, extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly
grounded outlet box.
Figure 1
This machine is equipped with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI), which should always be
plugged directly into an inspected, grounded receptacle. Plug the three-pronged plug on the
machine power cored with GFCI directly into an inspected grounded outlet and then test and
reset the GFCI.
Never cut off the grounding prong on the power cord for use in a two-hole outlet. Doing so cuts off
your protection from shock. Replace or repair all damaged power cords and components.
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Safety Instructions (cont.)
3. Extension Cords. DANGER- Improper use of an extension cord will cause death or severe injury.
The GFCI on the machine’s power cord does not protect the operator from electrical shock along
the extension cord.
If an extension cord must be used, it must be of an approved, three-wire construction, equipped
with a three-pronged plug, and in good condition. Replace or repair damaged cords.
Do not use an undersized extension cord. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage
resulting in loss of power and overheating. Use the following minimum gages depending upon
the length of the extension cord:
-16 Ga. –for cords of less than 100 feet in length
-14 Ga. –for cords of 100 feet to 150 feet in length.
If in doubt, use the next heavier gage. (The smaller the gage number, the heavier the cord.) When
the machine is used outdoors, use only extension cords intended for use outdoors and so marked.
Do not allow an extension cord to be exposed to water.
Don’t assume that all three hole outlets are properly installed. Check the outlet and also the adapter,
if used, with an outlet testing device which quickly indicates if a ground is connected. Correct a faulty
test indication before proceeding.
4. Don’t Abuse Cord. Never move or lift tool by cord or yank it to disconnect from receptacle. Keep
cord from heat, oil and sharp edges.
5. Disconnect Power Cord. When not in use, before servicing, and when changing accessories,
such as blades and cutters.
6. Guard Against Electric Shock. Prevent body contact with grounded surfaces such as pipes,
radiators, ranges, refrigerator enclosures.
7. Avoid Accidental Starting. Don’t move plugged-in tools. Make sure switch is in OFF position
before plugging in power cord.
8. Stay Alert. Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. Do not operate tool when you are
tired.
9. Keep Work Area Clean. Cluttered areas invite injuries.
10. Consider Work Area Environment. Don’t expose power tools to rain. Keep work area well lit.
Do not use tool in presence of flammable liquids or gases.
Avoid operating the machine in areas of standing water.
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Safety Instructions (cont.)
11. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. They can be caught in moving parts.
Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
Wear standard equipment. (Spartan riveted gloves). Never grasp a rotating cable with a cloth or
loose fitting glove which would get wrapped around cable. Replace gloves if rivets or staples
start to pull out.
Wear rubber boots and wear rubber gloves inside your Spartan cable handling gloves to further
insulate yourself.
12. Use Safety Glasses. Guard against foreign material that might fly off cable.
13. Don’t Overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Keep Children Away. Do not let visitors contact tool or extension cord.
All visitors should be kept away from work area.
15. Use Recommended Equipment and Accessories.
Use of improper equipment may be hazardous.
Don’t force small cable with attachment to do the job of heavy-duty cable.
16. Don’t Force Tool.
It will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was intended.
17. Remove Punches and Wrenches. Form a habit of checking to see that punches and adjusting
wrenches are removed from tool before turning it on.
18. Keep Guards in Place. Never operate machine with guard removed.
19. Avoid Operating Machine in Reverse. Operating machine in reverse can result in cable damage
and is used only to back tool away from an obstruction.
Warning! Continued drum rotation in reverse position will cause cable to “jump” out of drum. Possible
operator injury could result.
20. Do Not Over Torque Cables. Excessive and/or continued rotation of the drum once an obstruction
has been encountered will over torque the cable. Kinking or breakage of cable may result. A
worn cable can be identified as being very limber, kinked or as having flattened coils on the
outside of cable. Worn cable should be replaced as soon as possible.
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Safety Instructions (cont.)
21. Maintain Tools with Care. Keep tools sharp and clean for better and safer performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
Never use damaged power cords.
Inspect tool cords periodically and if damaged, repair with proper Spartan replacement parts.
Inspect extension cords periodically and replace if damaged.
Keep handles dry, clean, and free from oil and grease.
22. Check Damaged Parts. Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part that is damaged
should be carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its intended
function. Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakage of parts,
mounting and any other conditions that may affect its operation. A guard or other part that is
damaged should be properly repaired or replaced.
Replace defective switches with proper Spartan replacement parts.
Do not use tool if switch does not turn on and off.
23. Store Idle Tools. When not in use, tools should be stored in a dry and locked up place, away from
children.
24. Handling Cables. Be very careful when cleaning drains exposed to cleaning compounds. Wear
protective gloves when handling cable, and avoid direct contact of skin and especially the eyes
and facial areas as serious burns can result from some drain cleaning compounds.
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Model 81 Cables
Spartan Cables Without Inner Core
Flexible open hook end enables operator to thread cable through cross bars - eliminating necessity
of removing trap - to do a thorough job quickly. One repair hook furnished with each cable.
1/4” Open Hook End Cable Designed for rodding 1 ¼” lines only.
04212101 1/4” x 15'
04212102 1/4” x 25'
04212103 1/4” x 30'
04212104 1/4” x 35'
04212105 1/4” x 50'
5/16" Open Hook End Cable Designed for rodding 1¼” to 1½” lines, such as those leading from
lavatories, bath tubs, shower stalls.
04212402
04212403
04212404
04212405
5/16" x 25'
5/16" x 30'
5/16" x 35'
5/16" x 50'
Spartan Drop-Head Cable
44104301
44104302
03449002
03449003
03449004
03449005
1/4” x 25' (No Inner-Core)
1/4” x 35' (No Inner-Core)
5/16" x 25' (With Inner-Core)
5/16" x 30' (With Inner-Core)
5/16" x 35' (With Inner-Core)
5/16" x 50' (With Inner-Core)
5/16" Multi-Purpose Inner-Core Cable. Designed for rodding 1¼” to 1½” lavatory, sink line waste
and for light duty in 2" lines.
Parts For 5/16" Inner-Core Cable:
02867200
02867300
02781100
02814700
Blade, ¾” Wide
Blade, 1" Wide
Drop Head Assembly
Bag of parts for 5/16" including
drop head
02882200 Expansion Pin ¼” x 5/8"
02827700 Allen Key for Blades
02827400 Socket Set Screw for Blades
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Model 81 Cables (cont.)
Repair Bulbs
For 5/16" Inner-Core Cables:
02885200 Repair Bulb
Repair Hooks
How to Use Repair Hook or Repair Bulbs
If cable is kinked, simply remove kinked portion by cutting it off at a point about 1" back of bent
section. Attach Repair Hook by threading it over cable end about four turns.
02789700 for 1/4” Cable Right Hand Wound
02789800 for 5/16" Cable Right Hand Wound
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Power Unit
-04703300-
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Power Unit
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D e sc rip tio n
M o de l 81 F ra m e A sse m b ly
S cre w, S lo tted 1/4-2 0 x 1-3 /4
Rub be r M ounting Tip
B ro nze B ea ring
B ro nze F la nge d B e aring
Reta ining Ring
S ha ft C o lla r
S he ave G ua rd
M o to r M ounting P la te
S pa ce r
W ing Nut, 1/4 -2 0
F la t W a she r, 1 /4
S cre w, S lo tted 1/4-2 0 x 2-1 /2
Handle G rip
Hex Nut, 1 0-3 2
S cre w, S lo tted 10 -3 2 x 3 /8
A co rn Nut, 10 -3 2
E lectrica l A sse m b ly
C o ntro l B ox C ove r
S cre w, # 6 x 1 /4
D e cal, S p artan Lo go
S he ave
D e cal, W arning
D e cal, C ove r
D e cal, F o rwa rd /Reve rse
V -B e lt
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Electrical Assembly
- 44002400 15 16
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Part Number
44002200
04225800
44002600
04230900
01921801
03312001
44225800
04230000
04229900
44002500
02829300
71103300
04708700
04234400
44003000
04652700
Description
Control Box
Toggle Switch
Pressure Switch
Capacitor Clamp
Slotted Machine Screw, 8-32 x 1/2
Hex Kep Nut, 8-32
Air Bulb & Hose Assembly
Rubber Boot for Capacitor
Capacitor
Strain Relief (Motor Cord)
Strain Relief (Power Cord)
Power Cord 25' with G.F.I.
Motor Assembly
Jumper Wire Assy - 16 GA Yellow
Assembly Wire Jumper Black
Clamp, Stepless Ear 1/2"
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Wiring Diagram
TOGGLE SWITCH
1
2
3
NOTE:
KEYWAY
FACING FORWARD (F)
ON CONTROL BOX
BLACK
1
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7
BLUE
2
5
8
RED
3
6
9 ORANGE
MOTOR
YELLOW
1
WHITE
GREEN
BLACK
WHITE
2
BLACK
PRESSURE SWITCH
POLARITY
IDENTIFICATION
CAPACITOR
GREEN
Item
1
2
Qty.
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Part N umber
44003000
04234400
D escription
Jumper Wire (Black)
Jumper Wire (Yellow)
Air Bulb & Hose Assemby
44225800
ITEM
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QTY
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PART
NUMBER
04576900
04577100
04652700
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DESCRIPTION
Pressure Transmitter
Air Hose, 8'
Hose Clamp
Drum Assembly
- 04722600 -
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04726900
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04720400
04720300
44280500
04701400
01588200
04725200
02939000
02825100
04707700
04728200
04233800
04714700
04714800
D e s c rip tio n
8 1 O ute r D rum & F la ng e
8 1 D rum C o ve r
D rum C o ve r S p a ce r
D rum C o ve r S e a l
8 1 C a b le C la m p A sse m b ly
Thum b S cre w
F la t W a she r, # 1 0
A co rn Nut, # 1 0 -3 2
He x He a d S cre w, 5 /1 6 -1 8 x 5 /1 6
F la t W a s he r, 1 /4
Nylo n C o lla r
He x He a d S cre w, 1 /4 -2 0 x 3 /8
P o p Rive t, 1 /8
S p a rta n D rum D e c a l
W a rning D e c a l
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Notes
Page 18
ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Spartan Tool warrants its equipment to free from defects in material and workmanship for one year from
the date of purchase. To obtain warranty service, a purchaser should notify Spartan Tool in writing, at the
address provided below, within the warranty period, and Spartan Tool will direct where to take or send
the equipment for service. If the defect is covered by the warranty, Spartan Tool will repair or replace, at
its option, the defective equipment, without charge for labor or materials. (Freight and insurance are the
purchaser’s responsibility.)
This warranty is limited to the original retail purchaser and is not transferable. Spartan Tool assumes no
responsibility for damage due to accident, neglect, abuse, tampering or misuse, nor damage from
repairs or alterations by others. This warranty does not cover damage to the equipment resulting from
the use of replacement parts other than Spartan Tool parts.
Spartan Tool’s sole obligation and the original retail purchaser’s exclusive remedy under this warranty
shall be for repair or replacement as described above. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL SPARTAN TOOL BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES.
SPARTAN TOOL L.L.C.
MENDOTA, ILLINOIS 61342
Spartan Tool L.L.C. reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, to specifications and
models and also discontinue models. The right is also reserved to change specifications or parts at any time
without incurring any obligation to equip same on models manufactured prior to the date of change.
SPARTAN TOOL L.L.C.
1506 W. Division Street
Mendota, IL 61342
800.435.3866 ‹ Fax 888.876.2371
www.spartantool.com
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