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TIRE cHANGER Installation
PSE TC-150 Manual
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PSE TC-150
Commercial Grade Tire Changer
39” Maximum Tire Diameter
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PSE TC-150 Features:
• Swing Arm & Semi-Automatic Style
• Manual Operation Mounting & Demounting Tool
• Strong Pneumatic Bead Breaker
• All Terrain Vehicle Clamping Adapters (Optional)
• Motorcycle Clamping Adapters (Optional)
• Large Rim Clamping Adapters (Optional)
• 1 Year Warranty
• More Wheel Balancers Available!
Thank You For
Your Purchase!
KEEP THIS MANUAL NEAR THE MACHINE AT ALL
TIMES AND MAKE SURE ALL USERS HAVE READ THIS
MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THIS MACHINE.
We reserve the right to make changes in specifications
without notice and without making changes retroactive.
P.O. Box 734
Franklin, Indiana 46131
1-800-708-2988
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03.03.2010
Email: Sales@ProSeriesEquipment.com
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Introduction / Table of Contents
1.0 Summarize
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1.1 Introduction
1.2 Technical Data
1.3 Functions & Features
1.4 Specifications
1.5 Safety Requirements
1.6 Safety Precautions
2.0 Structure
6.0 Storage pg 18
6.1 Storage
7.0 Maintenance pg 18
7.1 General Warning
7.2 Maintenance Operations
pg 4
8.0 Connection Map pg 21
2.1 Structure
3.0 Installation
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3.1 Main Structure
3.2 Unpacking
3.3 Space Required
3.4 Vertical Arm Installation
3.5 Spring Installation
3.6 Wheel Support Installation
3.7 Wheel Support Frame Installation
3.8 Bead Breaker Blade Installation
3.9 Connection
3.10 Operating Test
3.11 Mounting Head Adjustment
9.0 Air Lines pg 22
10.0 Parts pg 23
4.0 Working Principle pg 10
4.1 Loosening Mechanism
4.2 Reversing Mechanism
4.3 Clamping Mechanism
4.4 Hexagonal Axis Mechanism
5.0 Operation pg 12
5.1 Operation
5.2 Breaking The Bead
5.3 Removing The Tire
5.4 Mounting The Tire
5.5 Inflation
5.6 Inflating Tire Using Airline Gauge
5.7 Inflating With Jet Blast System (Optional)
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1.1 Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a product from our line of Tire Changers. This manual is an intricate part of the
product. Before using the Tire Changer, read carefully the warnings and instructions contained in this
manual since they provide important information on operation safety and maintenance.
Keep this manual for future reference!
1.2 Technical Data
Max Tire Diameter ........................................ 39.37” / 1000 mm
Max Tire Width.............................................. 11.81” / 300 mm
Internal Locking Rim Dimensions.................. 10”-18” / 254-457 mm
External Locking Rim Dimensions................. 12”-22” / 305-559 mm
Force on Bead Breaker Blade....................... 5512lbs / 2500kg
Working Pressure.......................................... 120psi / 827370873.6 Mpa
Power Supply Voltage................................... 220V / 110V / 380V
Motor Power.................................................. 1.5hp / 1.1kW
Noise Level in working conditions................. <70 decibels
1. Reverse Control Pedal
2. Bead Breaker Control Pedal
3. Clamp Control Pedal
4. Main Body
5. Turntable
6. Clamps
7. Mounting Head
8. Six-Facet Column
9. Horizontal Arm
10.Locking Lever
11.FRL (Filter Regulator Lubricator)
12.Wheel Support
13.Bead Breaker
14.Vertical Arm
15.Tightening Wheel
16.Bead Breaker Frame
FIGURE 1 (Technical Data)
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1.3 Functions & Features
The adjustable four-clamp chuck is available for mounting and demounting the wheel beads and
rims of Motorcycles, Cars and Vans.
Made of alloy and stainless steel, the main parts are of great stable performance.
Equipped with quick inflation device for empty tires.
Easy operation
Give best protection for the wheel accuracy.
Smooth running and compact design.
1.4 Specifications
Max Wheel Diameter
39” / 991 mm
Max Rim Width
11.81” / 300 mm
Working Pressure
87-116psi / 0.6-0.8 Mpa
Rated Voltage
AC110V/220V (optional)
Motor Power
1.5 hp / 1.1 kW
Table Top RPM
<7rpm
Max Table Top Torque
1080N.m
Dimensions
31½” x 35½” x 61”
Net Weight
485 lbs. / 220 kg
ACCESSORIES PROVIDED:
Tire Tool - This tool is for lifting the tire bead onto the mounting head during the demounting
stage (shown in figure 1-1).
Figure 1-1
Figure 1-2
• Lubrication Tub Ring - This ring hold the lubrication tub. Once the machine has been
installed, the ring is fitted on the machine (shown in figure 1-2).
• Lubrication Tub - it is use for holding lubrication (shown in figure 1-3).
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Figure 1-3
Figure 1-4
• Brush - this is provided for lubricating the tire beak after the tire beads are detached
from the rim (shown in figure 1-4)
• Tire Tool Guard - This rubber grip is fitted on the Tire Tool to protect the rim from being
damaged by the Tire Tool (shown in figure 1-5)
Figure 1-5
Figure 1-6
• Jaw Guards - Fit onto the clamping jaws to protect the rim from damage by the
Clamping Jaws (shown in figure 1-6).
• Mounting Head Guards - These plastic / nylon inserts are placed into the mounting head
to protect the rim from being damaged by the mounting head (shown in figure 1-7).
Figure 1-7
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2. SAFETY REQUIREMENT AND NOTICE ITEMS
2.1 Intended Use
This Tire Changer has been designed and manufactured exclusively for removing and mounting tires
from/onto rims from 10’’ to 22’’ and a maximum diameter of 39” inches. Any other use is considered
inappropriate and could lead to damaging the maching, injury, or even death.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage caused through the use of this Tire
Changer for purposes other than those specified in this manual and therefore inappropriate, incorrect
and unreasonable.
2.2 General Safety Precautions
•
The Tire Changer can only be operated by trained and authorized personnel.
•
Any tampering and modification to the equipment carried out without the manufacturer’s prior
authorization frees that manufacturer from all responsibility for damage caused directly or
indirectly by the above actions.
•
This Tire Changer comes with complete installation / operation instructions and also warning
signs that are designed to be long-lasting. If these should for any reason be damaged or
destroyed, please ask the manufacturer immediately for replacements.
•
Keep the machine away from combustible, explosive objectives. Avoid strong light and
sunshine. Good ventilation is needed.
•
The operator must keep the installation site clean and free of debris.
•
Make sure to only use original manufacturer spare parts and accessories.
•
This machine is to be installed by authorized personnel according to manual.
•
If during installation there is any trouble or you notice any problems with the equipment, stop
working and contact manufacturer.
•
Unauthorized personnel should be kept away from the machine
•
Operators must wear protective equipment comply with OSHA safety rules (glove, eyeprotection glasses, ear protection device and safety footware) to avoid any accidental injuries.
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Regularly check this machine before use to ensure that the electrical system is well
grounded.
Press the bead breaking pedal before every use to check the water separator /
pressure regulator /lubricator. Make sure it supplies oil to the air pad system and
works normally. To assure every part of air pad system is lubricated very well under
normal demounting tire condition.
2.3 Danger warning signs
The tire changer comes with complete instructions and warning signs are designed
to be long-lasting. If they should for any reason be damaged or destroyed, please
ask immediately for replacements from the manufacturer.
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3 Transporting
The Tire Changer must be transported in its Original Packaging and kept in the position shown on the
package itself. The Packaged Machine may be moved by means of a Fork Lift Truck of suitable capacity.
Insert the Forks at the points shown on the figure below.
FIGURE 3 (Packaging)
4 Unpacking
Use proper protection tools to unpack (Gloves etc).
Check that the equipment is in perfect condition, making sure that no parts are damaged or
missing, if in doubt, do not use the Machine and contact your Retailer.
Read the packing list carefully, check if there is anything missing, if in doubt, contact your Retailer.
Put the packing materials (Plates, Nails, Screws, Plastic Bags) in a safe place.
5 INSTALLATION
5.1 Circumstance and space required
36”
When choosing the installation area, be sure that it
complies with Current Safety Regulations.
Temperature.............4 ºC ~ 40ºC
Above sea level........<1000m
Humidity...................50% at 40ºC ~ 90% at 20ºC
Other Requirements:
This machine must be connected to the Main Electric
Power Supply and a Compressed Air System. It is
advisable to install the machine near these power
sources.
The installation area must also provide, at minimum,
the space shown in the figure to the right to allow all
parts of the machine to operate correctly and without
any restriction. If the machine is installed outside, it
must be protected from weather by a Storage Facility.
20”
20”
20”
FIGURE 4
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5.2 Installation Assembly
5.2.1 Vertical Arm Installation
Unscrew Fixing Screw (1), Spring Washer (2) and Flat Washer (3) (Figure 5).
Put the Vertical Arm on the Base.
Fix the Flat Washer (3), Spring Washer (2), Screw (1) and tighten the Screws.
Wrap the strap (mod. DR 100 of 1 m factor 6:1) around machine and raise the vertical arm with
a hoist
Take care not to crush the hose and the union
FIGURE 5-1
FIGURE 5-2
5.2.2 Spring Installation
Hold the Mounting Arm all the way up, dismantle Screw (1), Cap (2), Mount Spring (3), then tighten
Screw (1). (Figure 6)
FIGURE 5-3
5.2.3 Wheel Support Installation
Dismantle Screw (1), Flat Washer (2) from Main Body, then fix Wheel Support (Figure 5-4).
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FIGURE 5-4
FIGURE 5-5
5.2.4 Wheel Support Frame Installation
Dismantle Spring (3), Flat Washer (5) and Screw (4).
Mount Bead Breaker Frame to the Main Body and insert parts (4), Flat Washer (5) and Spring
(3), then tighten them.
Connect to air source then step on Bead Breaker Pedal (2) to push the Cylinder Spindle out.
Mount Spring (2) to the Cylinder Spindle.
Withdraw the Cylinder Spindle and adjust Spring (2), make the Bead Breaker Frame close to
Buffer Rubber.
Connect Main-Body with Bead Breaker Frame (16) by pulling Spring (1). (Figure 8)
5.2.5 Bead Breaker Blade Installation
Tighten Screw (1) and Flat Washer (2) to mount the Bead Breaker Blade. (Figure 5-5)
FIGURE 9 (Bead Breaker Blade)
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5.3 Positioning the Machine
Dismantle the nuts and the screws which fix the machine cabinet to the pallet
Wrap the strap (mod. DR 650 of 3 m and DR 650 of 1.5 m factor 6:1 ) (shown in figure).
Raise the machine with a hoist.
Remove the pallet and position the machine.
Take care not to crush the hose and the union.
The machine is fitted with special rubber feet for the muffing of the possible vibrations.
To inflate tires on the turntable it is obligatory to fix the machine to the ground.
Fix the machine to the ground with the screws (4ps M10 CS12.9). using the same holes provided
for fixing the machine to the pallet.
5.4 Pneumatic & Electrical Connections
Before making the connections, make sure your building’s electrical system corresponds
with those required by the machine.
All work on the Electrical System must be carried out by Professional Personnel only!
Connect the machine with the electrical network, which must be provided with line fuses. A good ground
socket in compliance with regulations in force and it must be connected to automatic circuit breaker.
Note: Should the Tire Changer be lacking an Electrical Plug the user must have one installed. It
must be, at least, 15 amp and conforms to the voltage of the machine and is in compliance with the
electrical regulations for your area.
Electric supply tolerances should be provided in documentation (0.9 ~ 1.1 of nominal voltage, 0.99 ~
1.01 of nominal frequency). Under voltage and over voltage protection device should be provided in
the user’s power supply system.
5.5 Operating Test
When the Pedal (1) is pressed down the Turntable should turn in the clockwise direction. When the
Pedal is pulled up the Turntable should turn in the counter clockwise direction.
Note: If the Turntable turns in the opposite direction to that shown, reverse the Wires in the Three Pronge Plug.
When the [1] pedal is pressed down, the Turntable should turn in clockwise direction.
When the [1] pedal is pulled up, the Turntable should turn in counterclockwise direction.
When the [2] pedal is pressed, the bead breaker is activated, when the pedal is released the
bead breaker should return to its original position.
When the [3] pedal is pressed, the four Clamping Jaws open, when the pedal is pressed again,
the Clamping Jaws should close.
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6 OPERATION
Don't use the machine until you have read and understood the entire manual and the
warnings contained in the manual.
The operation of the tire changer is divided into three parts:
1. Breaking the bead
2. Demounting the tire
3. Mounting the tire
Before carrying out any operation, deflate the tire and take off all wheel balancing
weights
During the operation, Keep
hands clear of all pinch points.
6.1 Breaking the Bead
CAUTION: Bead breaking must be done with
the almost care and attention. When the bead
breaker pedal is operated, the bead breaker arm
moves quickly and powerfully. Anything within
the action range of bead breaker arm can be in
the danger of being crushed.
• Check whether the tire is deflated or not.
• Close the turntable clamps completely.
CAUTION: Bead breaking with the clamps in
the open position can be extremely dangerous
for operator hands. During bead breaking
operations never touch the side of the tire.
• Position the wheel against the rubber stop on the right side of the tire changer.
• Position the bead breaking blade against the tire bead at a distance of about 1 cm from the
rim. Pay attention to the blade, which must be correctly onto the tire not onto the rim.
• Press down the pedal to activate the bead breaker and release it when the blade has
reached to the end of its travel or in any case when the bead is broken.
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• Rotate the tire slightly and repeat the operation around the entire circumference of the rim
and from both sides until the bead is completely detached from the rim.
Figure 6-1
Figure 6-1
6.2 Demounting the Tire
WARNING: Before any operations remove the old wheel balancing weights and check
that the tire is deflated.
Clean turntable
Lubricating the tire beak
WARNING: Failure to use the grease risks causing serious damage to the tire bead.
Use the lubricant specifically produced for touring tires (TCTL, etc.)
CAUTION: When clamping the tire, do not put
your hands under the tire. To clamp the tire
correctly, position the wheel exactly at the
center of the turntable.
6.2.1 Rim locking from outside:
Position the clamps according to the reference mark on the turntable by pressing the
Place the tire on the clamps and, keeping the rim pressed down, press the pedal (3) as
WARNING: When placing the tire onto the turntable. Lift the tire less than 25kg by one
person. Lift the tire more than 25kg but less than 50kg by two persons, Lift the tire more
than 50kg by special lifting device.
pedal down to its intermediate position.
far as it will go.
6.2.2 Rim locking from inside:
Position the clamps so that it they are completely closed.
Place the tire on the clamps and press down the pedal (3) to open the clamps and
WARNING: Make sure the rim is firmly fixed to the clamps.
Move horizontal arm, make mounting head close to rim
thereby lock the rim.
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Move locking bar, loose hexagonal shaft.
Adjust hexagonal shaft, until mounting head closed to rim, move locking bar, locking
Adjust locking handle, make 2-3mm distance between mounting head roll and outside
hexagonal shaft. Use this way, hexagonal shaft is forelocked. Mounting head will
automatically move to up 2-3mm, and leave rim.
rim edge.
CAUTION: Do not put hands on the wheel, when
moving the mounting arm to its working position
your hand could be crushed between the rim
and the mounting head.
With the lever between the bead and the front section of the mounting head, move the
WARNING: In order not to damage the inner tube, if there is one, it is advisable to carry
out this operation with the valve 10cm to the right of the mounting head.
tire bead over the mounting head.
CAUTION: Chains, bracelets, loose clothing or
foreign objectives in the vicinity of moving parts
can represent a danger for the operator.
With the lever held in this position, rotate the turntable in a clockwise direction by
To prevent industrial accidents, keep hands and other parts of the body as far as
Repeat the operation for the other tire bead
pressing down on pedal until the tire is completely seperated from the wheel rim.
possible from the tool arm when the table top is turning.
Figure 6-3
Figure 6-4
6.3 Mounting the Tire
WARNING: This checking of tire and rim is of utmost importance to prevent tire
explosion during the inflating operation. Before beginning mounting operation make
sure that:
The tire and the cord fabric are not damaged. if you note the defects do not mount the
tire.
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The rim is without dents and is not warped. Pay attention to alloy rims, dents cause
The diameter of the rim and tire are exactly the same. Never try to mount a tire on a rim
Lubricate the tire beads with the special grease in order to avoid damaging them and to
WARNING: When you are working with the rims of the same size, it is not necessary
always to lock and unlock the mounting bar. Just tilt and restore the vertical arm with the
horizontal arm and mounting arm locked.
Move the tire so that the bead passes below the front section of the mounting head and
Keep the tire bead pressed down into the wheel rim channel with your hands, press
Insert the inner tube .Repeat the same operations to mount the upper side of the tire.
NOTE: Dismounting and mounting are always done with the clockwise turntable
rotation. Anticlockwise rotation is used only to correct operator’s errors or if the turntable
stalls.
internal micro-cracks not visible to naked eye. This can compromise the rim and also be
the source of danger especially during inflation.
if you cannot identify the diameter of both.
facilitate the mounting operations.
is brought up against the edge of the rear section of the mounting head itself.
down on the pedal to rotate the turntable clockwise. Continue until you have covered
the whole circumference on the wheel rim.
CAUTION: Do not put hands on the wheel, when
moving the mounting arm to its working position
your hand could be crushed between the rim
and the mounting head.
CAUTION: Chains, bracelets, loose clothing or
foreign objectives in the vicinity of moving parts
can represent a danger for the operator.
7 Inflating
The greatest attention is called for when inflating the tires. Keep strictly to the following
instructions since the tire changer is not designed and built to protect the user (or
anyone else in the vicinity of the machine) if the tire breaks in sudden.
WARNING: Tire break can cause serious injury or even
death of the operator. Check carefully that the wheel rim and
the tire are of the same size. Check the state of wear of the tire
and that it has no defects before beginning the installation
stage. Inflate the tire with brief jets of air. Check the pressure
after every jet. Maximum inflating pressure is 3.5 bar. in
any case never exceed the pressure recommended by the
manufacturer. Keep your hands and body away from the tire.
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7.1 Inflating Tire with Inflation Gun
Inflate a tire step by step as following:
Connect the airline gauge fitting to the tire valve.
Make a last check to be certain that the tire and rim diameter correspond.
Between air jets, constantly check the pressure until required pressure has been
reached.
Explosion hazard!
Never exceed 3.5bar, when inflating tire on a fixed position.
If a higher inflating pressure is required, remove the wheel
from the turntable and continue the inflation inside a special
protection cage (commercially available). Never exceed
the max. Inflating pressure given by the tire manufacturer.
Always keep hands and body away from inflating tire. Only
specially trained personnel are allowed to perform these
operations. Do not allow other persons to operate or to stay
near the tire changer.
Figure 7-1
8 MOVING
Disconnect the pneumatic and electric power supplies.
Dismantle the nuts and the screws which fix the machine
Wrap the strap (mod. DR 650 of 3 m and DR 650 of 1.5 m
Remove the machine to new position
Take care not to crush the hose and the union.
cabinet to the pallet
factor 6:1 ) (shown in figure).Raise the machine with a hoist.
9 STORAGE
In the event of storage for long periods of time make sure to disconnect all sources of
power and lubricate the clamp sliding guides on the turntable to prevent from rust.
Circumstance required: Temperature (-25 ºC----55ºC)
Keep the machine away from combustible ?explosive objectives. Avoid strong light and
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sunshine. Good ventilation is needed.
11 MAINTENANCE
11.1 General Warning
WARNING: Unauthorized personnel should not carry out maintenance work.
Regular maintenance as described in the instructions is essential for correct operation
If maintenance is not carried out regularly, the operation and reliability of the machine
Before carrying out any maintenance work, disconnect the electric and pneumatic
supplies. Moreover, it is necessary to break the bead load less 2-3 times in order to let
the air in pressure go out of the circuit.
Defective parts must be replaced exclusively with spare parts offered by manufacturer.
Removing or tampering with safety devices (pressure limiting and regulating valves)
In particular: the manufacturer shall not be held responsible for complaints deriving
from the use of spare parts made by other manufacturers or for damage caused by
tampering or removal of safety systems.
and long lifetime of the tire changer.
may be compromised, thus placing the operator and anyone else in the vicinity at risk.
represents a contravention of safety regulations.
11.2 Maintenance
Clean the turntable once a week with diesel fuel so as to prevent the formation of dirt,
Carry out the following operations at least once every 30 days:
and grease the clamp sliding guides.
• Check the oil level in the lubricator tank. If necessary, fill up by unscrewing screw
1(figure 11-1)
• Check if there is a drop of oil leakage every 2-3 times the pedal (2) is pressed
down. If not ,regulate using the screw(2)(figure 11-2)
• Retighten the clamp tightening screws (1) and the screws on the turntable sliders
(2).
Figure 11-1
Figure 11-2
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If the turntable doesn’t work, it may be caused by loose drive belt, check it as following:
• Before any operations disconnect the electric power supplies.
• Remove the left side body panel of the tire changer.
• Tighten the drive belt by means of the special adjusting screw (1) on the motor
support until the belt move 8mm when adding a stress of 8kg on the belt.
It is necessary to adjust the screw (1) in the locking plate of the mounting arm, if the
mounting head doesn’t lock or it doesn’t rise from the rim of 2mm necessary for working.
(figure 11-4)
Figure 11-3
Figure 11-4
If the clamps open/close slowly, it is necessary to clean or replace the silencer for
opening/closing clamps, and proceed as follows:(figure 11-5)
1. Dismantle the protective hood of the machine.
2. Unscrew the silencer on the clamp opening/closing pedal.
3. Clean by a jet of compressed air. The silencer should be replaced by if damaged.
If the speed of the bead breaking plate becomes slowly, it is necessary to clean or
replace the silencer of bead breaking blade, and proceed as following (figure 11-6):
1. Dismantle the protective hood of the machine.
2. Unscrew the silencer put on the bead breaker blade pedal.
3. Clean by a jet of compressed air. The silencer should be replaced by if damaged.
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Figure 11-5
Gear box oil type
ESSO SPARTAN EP460
ISO 460
DIN 51502-CLP
ISO 34-98-CC
Figure 11-6
OIL TABLE
Lubricating oil type for pneumatic system
ESSO FEBIS K32
ISO 32
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage resulting from the use of
different oils.
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Malfunction
Cause
Possible Remedies
The turntable
does not rotate in
any direction
1. The electrical supply not
plugged in.
2. Incorrect plug connection
3. Electrical tension is incorrect
4. Belt broken
5. Reverser broken
6. Problem with motor
1. Check the correct insertion of
the plug and its connections
2. See 5.4
3. See 5.4
4. Replace belt
5. Replace reverser
6. Replace motor
The turntable
1. Electrical tension is incorrect
rotates only weakly 2. Belt loose
1. See 5.4
2. Tighten the belt
The jaws does
not lock the wheel
correctly
1. The pneumatic supply has
not been connected to the
machine
2. Pneumatic supply pressure is
too low
3. Pressure regulator closed or
incorrectly adjusted
4. Silencer clogged
5. Problem with cylinder
1. Connect the pneumatic
system?
2. Adjust the compress system
air pressure.
3. Activate or correct the
adjustment of the pressure
regulator
4. Clean or replace the silencer
5. Replace the cylinder gaskets
The bead breaker
does not have
sufficient power to
bread the bead.
1. The pneumatic supply has
not been connected to the
machine
2. Pneumatic supply pressure is
too low
3. Pressure regulator closed or
incorrectly adjusted
4. Silencer clogged
5. Problem with cylinder
1. Connect the pneumatic
system?
2. Adjust the compress system
air pressure.
3. Activate or correct the
adjustment of the pressure
regulator
4. Clean or replace the silencer
5. Replace the cylinder gaskets
Pedals lock out of
working position
1. Spring broken.
1. Replace the spring
Other possible malfunctions are principally technical in nature and must be checked
and resolved by professionally qualified technicians. Please call us for technical support
over the phone.
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13.1 Accessories Standard
Tire Tool
1PC
Lubrication tin ring
1PC
Lubrication tin
1PC
Bead lever guard
1PC
Jaws guards
4PC
Mounting head guards
1PC
Brush
1PC
13.2 Accessories Required
Bead lever guard
DIMH
Pedal spring
Jaw Protector
Steel Duckhead
Reversing Switch
Silencer/Muffler
FRL
Wheel support
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No.
1
2
3
4
5
Part
No.
No. Part No.Description
DescriptionQ’ty
501-001
1 501-001
Cabinet Cabinet
1
501-002
2 501-002
Foot Guard
Foot Guard
1
501-003
3 501-003
Bolt
Bolt
3
501-004
4 501-004
Washer Washer
3
501-005
5 501-005
Nut
Nut
3
6
6
6
1
6
No.Q’ty
Part
No.
No. Part No.Description
DescriptionQ’ty
Q’ty
501-018
Water
Box
Holder
501-018
Water
Box
Holder
18 1
18
1
1
Union
Union
19 501-019
19 501-019
1
1
1
501-020
Flat
Washer
501-020
Flat
Washer
20 3
20
2
2
Pagoda Union
Pagoda Union
21 501-021
21 501-021
3
1
1
501-022
Distributer
of
oil
and
water
501-022
Distributer
of
oil
and
water
22 3
22
1
1
Bolt
Bolt
23 501-023
23 501-023
6
2
2
501-024
Power
Lead
501-024
Power
Lead
24 6
24
1
1
Loop
Loop
25 501-025
25 501-025
6
1
1
Rubber Foot
Rubber Foot
26 501-026
26 501-026
1
4
4
Bolt
Bolt
6
27 501-027
27 501-027
2
2
6
7
8
9
10
501-006
6
501-007
7
501-008
8
501-009
9
501-010
10
501-011.1501-011.1
Bolt M10×160
Bolt M10×160
Bolt M10×180
Bolt M10×180
11 501-011.2
11 501-011.2
501-011.3501-011.3
Bolt M10×220
Bolt M10×220
12 501-012
12 501-012
Union
Union
13 501-013
13 501-013
Oiling Pipe
Oiling Pipe
2
2
2
1
1
Small wheel
support
Small
wheel support 1
28 501-028
28 501-028
2
Crowbar
501-029
Crowbar
29 501-029
29
2
1
Bolt
Bolt
30 501-030
30 501-030
2
6
501-031
Flat
Washer
501-031
Flat
Washer
31 1
31
6
wheel support 1
Big wheelBig
support
1
32 501-032
32 501-032
14
15
16
17
2
1
2
1
Bolt
Bolt
33 501-033
33 501-033
2
Flat Washer
Flat Washer
34 501-034
34 501-034
1
501-035
Elastic washer
501-035
Elastic
washer
35 2
35
501-014
14
501-015
15
501-016
16
501-017
17
501-006
Bolt
Bolt
501-007
Elastic Washer
Elastic Washer
501-008
Flat Washer
Flat Washer
501-009
Side Cover
Side Cover
501-010
Washer Washer
501-014
Union
Union
501-015
Union
Union
501-016
Placket Nut
Placket Nut
501-017
Water BoxWater Box
4
4
4
1
1
6
6
1
4
4
4
1
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1
501-036
Vertical Arm
1
16
501-051
Locked Board
1
2
501-037
Flat Washer
4
17
501-052
Lid
1
3
501-038
Elastic Washer
4
18
501-053
Shock absorber
1
4
501-039
Bolt
4
19
501-054
Screw
2
5
501-040
Tightening Wheel
1
20
501-055
Mounting Head
1
6
501-041
Horizontal Arm
1
21
501-056
Screw
2
7
501-042
Pivot
1
22
501-057
Washer
1
8
501-043
Bolt
1
23
501-058
Peak Roll
1
9
501-044
Mounting bar cap
1
24
501-059
Elastic Washer
1
10
501-045
Mounting bar
1
25
501-060
Spring Pin
1
11
501-046
Mounting bar spring
1
26
501-061
Bolt
1
12
501-047
Locking lever knob
1
27
501-062
Locked Shaft
1
13
501-048
Sping
1
28
501-063
Nut
1
14
501-049
Nut
3
29
501-064
Washer
1
15
501-050
Bolt
1
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Part No:
Description:
1
501-065
2
Small Cylinder Assbly
2
11
501-075
Bolt
1
501-066
Bolt
4
12
501-076
Bushing
4
3
501-067
Elastic washer
4
13
501-077
Turntable Flange
1
4
501-068
Flat washer
4
14
501-078
Elastic Washer
4
5
501-069
Saddle
2
15
501-079
Ring
4
6
501-070
Turntable
1
16
501-080
Bolt
4
7
501-071
Slide
4
17
501-081
Small Cylinder Bracket
2
8
501-072
Clamp
4
18
501-082
Flat washer
4
9
501-073
Washer
1
19
501-083
Sleeve
4
10
501-074
Turntable Cap
1
20
501-084
Ring
1
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No:
Part No:
Description:
Small Cylinder Lever
8
8
501-092
Piston
2
O Ring f70×2.65
4
9
501-093
Cylinder Body
2
501-094
Cylinder Shaft
2
No:
Part No:
Description:
1
501-085
2
501-086
Qty:
3
501-087
Anti-receding nut
16
10
4
501-088
Union 3
3
11
501-095
Front cover of cylinder
2
5
501-089
Rear cover of cylinder
2
12
501-096
Y Ring 28×20×5
2
6
501-090
Flat Washer
2
13
501-097
Union
1
7
501-091
Nut
2
14
501-098
O Ringf20×2.65
2
No:
Part No:
Description:
Qty:
1
501-132
Distributor
1
2
501-133
Union
2
3
501-134
Union
1
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15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
18
3
17
32
2
33
22
19
31
1
20
21
30
23
29
28
24
No:
Part No:
Description:
1
501-099
2
25
27
26
Qty:
No:
Part No:
Description:
Qty:
Collar f30
1
18
501-116
Cylinder assembly
1
501-100
Y Ring 30×20×7
1
19
501-117
Bush
2
3
501-101
Guidetape
1
20
501-118
Spring washer f12
2
4
501-102
Union 8-M10×1
1
21
501-119
Bolt M12×30
2
5
501-103
Bolt M6X15
12
22
501-120
Sheath f12
1
6
501-104
Flat washer f6
24
23
501-121
Bead Breaker
1
7
501-105
Front cover of cylinder
1
24
501-122
Flat washer f12
1
8
501-106
O Ring f186×5.3
1
25
501-123
Spring washer f12
1
9
501-107
Y Ring f186×12×9
2
26
501-124
Lock nut M12
1
10
501-108
Piston
1
27
501-125
Bead Breaker arm
1
11
501-109
O Ring f15×2.65
1
28
501-126
Nut M16
2
12
501-110
Nut M18X1.5
12
29
501-127
Collar f16
2
13
501-111
Spring washer f6
12
30
501-128
Flat washer f16
2
14
501-112
Nut M6
12
31
501-129
Pivot
1
15
501-113
Cylinder body
1
32
501-130
Spring
1
16
501-114
Union 8-M10×1
1
33
501-131
Cushion
1
17
501-115
Piston Lever
1
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5
3
6
7
4
2
1
8
9
10
11
37
12
38
39
13
36
14
15
34
33
16
32
17
31
18
30
29
35
28
19
27
20
21
26
24
25
22
23
40
No:
1
2
3
Part No:
501-135
501-136
501-137
4
501-138
5
6
7
501-139
501-140
501-141
8
501-142
9
10
11
12
13
14
501-143
501-144
501-145
501-146
501-147
501-148
15
501-149
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
501-150
501-151
501-152
501-153
501-154
501-155
501-156
501-157
501-158
25
501-159
26
27
28
29
30
501-160
501-161
501-162
501-163
501-164
31
501-165
32
501-166
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
501-167
501-168
501-169
501-170
501-171
501-172
501-173
40
501-174
Description
Washer
Bolt
Bolt
Oiling
connector
Fixing pin
Bolt
Wormgear shaft
Upper cover of
gearbox
Bolt
Bearing
Fixing pin
Wormgear
Ring
Bearing
Lower gearbox
cover
Flat washer
Nut
Big pulley
Washer
Bolt
Belt
Motor pulley
Screw
Bolt
Motor shock
absorber
Motor
Motor cradle
Flat washer
Spring washer
Nut
Motor shock
absorber
Motor shock
absorber
Nut
Grower washer
Oil seal
Bearing
Seal
Fixing pin
Worm
Gearbox
Assembly
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16
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
4
4
4
2
6
12
10
1
2
1
1
1
1
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Part No:
501-175
501-176
501-177
501-178
501-179
501-180
501-181
501-182
501-183
501-184
501-185
501-186
501-187
501-188
501-189
501-190
501-191
501-192
19
501-193
20
501-194
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Description:
Bracket of double cam
Pin
Bolt
Spacer
Pedal
Pedal Spring
Valve lever plate
Anti-receding nut
Washer
Bracket of pedal
Bolt
Confining Slab
Spring
Nut
Flat Washer
Ring
Nut
Flat Washer
Bolt 5 40 501-214
Elastic washer
Reverser Connecting
Rod 1 41 501-215 Nut
Qty:
1
1
1
1
3
2
2
6
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
8
6
4
4
No:
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Part No:
501-195
501-196
501-197
501-198
501-199
501-200
501-201
501-202
501-203
501-204
501-205
501-206
501-207
501-208
501-209
501-210
501-211
501-212
501-213
501-214
501-215
501-216
Description:
Bolt 1 42 501-216 Pin
Flat Washer
Elastic washer
Reverse Lever
Bolt
Reverser support
Reverser
Reverser Guard
Bolt
Shield
Valve Assembly
Pin
Leaf Spring
Bolt
Elastic washer
Connecting Rod
Double Cam
Bolt
Flat Washer
Elastic washer
Nut
Pin
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
2
6
1
1
4
4
4
4
2
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501-217
O Ring f17.4×4
12
2
501-218
Spacer of valve
10
3
501-219
Distribution valve
2
4
501-220
Silencer
4
5
501-221
Quick Union 8-01
6
6
501-222
Valve lever
2
7
501-223
Valve Assembly
2
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