Instructions for
ESCAPE™ ETM
Please read before use.
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General Information p. 3
Set Up p. 8
Accessories p. 15
Parts & Pricing p. 17
Wiring Diagrams p. 20
Vacuum System p. 22
High Pressure Pump System p. 23
Auto Fill & Chemical Injection p. 24
Auto Pump-Out System p. 25
Model #
Serial #
Form # ADP-ETM
12-15
13655 Stowe Dr., Poway, CA 92064
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Dear Customer:
Parts and Service
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Escape™ ETM. As
technology continues to develop you can work confidently knowing that
both Mytee Products Inc. and its employees are equally dedicated to
developing with the industry and its advances.
Please contact a Mytee service personnel or Mytee authorized Service
Center using Mytee original replacement parts and accessories for repairs
are needing to be performed. When and if calling Mytee for support,
please have your Model and Serial Number available for faster assistance.
Like any other piece of machinery or technology, the ETM also requires
the proper maintenance and care to keep the product working over
extended use. Neglecting your machine, abusing it or not operating it
properly can void its warranty and prevent the machine from performing to
the quality and standard you’d expect out of the Mytee Products Inc. line.
Name Plate
The Model and Serial Number are located on the lower half of the back
of the machine near the power plugs and will be required for ordering
replacement parts. You can use the space provided on the front of this
manual to note down both for future referencing.
Unpacking the Machine
If you have any warranty concerns or questions, please review this manual
thoroughly or do not hesitate to contact your distributor. If there are questions regarding maintenance, replacement or ordering parts please contact
an authorized Mytee Products Inc. Service Center. To see an updated list
please visit our website at http://www.mytee.com/support/service-centers/
When your new machine is delivered, please carefully inspect both the
shipping carton and the machine for damages. If damage is evident, save
both the shipping carton and machine so that the delivering carrier can
inspect it. Contact the carrier immediately to file a freight claim if there has
been any damage.
Before using your Mytee Product, please read this manually thoroughly.
Sincerely,
Mytee Customer Care Dept.
Caution and Warnings
Symbols
Mytee uses the symbols below to signal potentially dangerous conditions.
Always read this information carefully and take the necessary steps to
protect personnel and property.
Grounding Instructions
This machine must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for electrical shock. This machine is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor
and grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet
that is properly installed in accordance with all local code and ordinances.
Do not remove ground pin; if missing, replace plug before use.
Is used to warn of immediate hazards that will cause severe personal
injury or death.
Is used to call attention to a situation that could cause severe personal
injury.
Improper installation of the equipment-grounding conductor can result
in a risk of electric shock. Be sure to check with a qualified electrician
or service person if you are in doubt as to whether the outlet is properly
grounded. If the plug will not fit in the outlet do not modify either the plug
nor the machine’s cord, instead have a proper outlet installed by a qualified technician.
Is used to call attention to a situation that could cause minor personal
injury or damage to the machine or other property. When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the
following: Read all instructions before using this machine. This product is
intended for commercial use only.
This machine is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit and with a grounding
plug similar to the one in Figure 1 below. If a proper outlet is not available,
follow the illustrations of Figure 2 & 3 to install a temporary-grounding
plug. This temporary work-around should be used only until a proper outlet
(Figure 1) can be installed by a qualified electrician. When and if this type
of adapter is employed, screw the adapter’s extended tab into place with
a metal screw. However, grounding adapters are not approved for use in
Canada.
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury:
1. Read all instructions before using equipment.
2. Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
3. Always unplug power cord from electrical outlet before attempting any
adjustments or repairs.
4. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the
cord.
5. Do not pull or carry by cord. Do not close a door on cord or pull cord
around sharp edges or corners.
6. Do not run appliance over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
7. Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If cord is damaged, repair
immediately.
8. Do not use outdoors or on wet surfaces and or standing water.
9. Always unplug or disconnect the appliance from power supply when
not in use.
10. Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when
used by or near children.
11. Do not use in areas where flammable or combustible material may
be present.
12. Do not leave the unit exposed to harsh weather elements. Temperatures below freezing may damage components and void warranty.
13. Use only the appropriate handles to move and lift unit. Do not use any
other parts of this machine for this purpose.
14. Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of the body away from
Again, be sure to check the grounding pin for damages and replace if
necessary.
The Green, or Green-Yellow, wire in the cord is the grounding wire. When
replacing a plug, this wire must be attached to only the grounding pin.
DO NOT use extension cords.
Please Note for America use only
Grounded Outlet
Adapter
Metal
Screw
Grounding Pin
Grounded Outlet Box
Figure 1
Figure 2
Tab for Grounding
Screw
Figure 3
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Operating Instructions:
all openings and moving parts.
15. Use extra care when using on stairs.
16. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use this machine with
a solid-state speed control device.
17. The voltage and frequency indicated on the name plate must correspond to the wall receptacle supply voltage.
18. When cleaning and servicing the machine, local or national regulations
may apply to the safe disposal of liquids which may contain: chemicals,
grease, oil, acid, alkalines, or other dangerous liquids.
19. Do not leave operating unattended.
POWER CORDS
There are four basic ways to power your ETM:
1. Plug converter box into 3 prong dryer outlet (230V), then plug both
power leads from the machine into the converter box.
2. Plug converter box into 4 prong dryer/range outlet (230V), then plug
both power leads from the machine into the converter box.
3. Plug one of the ETM cords into the 115V hunter box (sold separately),
which then plugs into two 115V outlets. This will allow you to use your
pump and two of your vacuums for cleaning.
4. Locate 4 115V outlets, and plug in both hunter boxes (sold separately).
This will allow you to run the entire unit. See the back of the converter
boxes for more details.
Escape Electronic Truckmount
Unpacking the Machine
When your new machine is delivered, please carefully inspect both the
shipping carton and the machine for damages. If damage is evident, save
both the shipping carton and machine so that the delivering carrier can
inspect it. Contact the carrier immediately to file a freight claim if there has
been any damage.
TO OPERATE
1. Attach the end of a garden hose to the auto-fill male QD and other end
to a water faucet.
2. Turn on the water until the automatic Shut-Off disengages water flow.
3. Using the hose attached to the primer, rest it inside the 2 ½” Vacuum
Port and turn both vacuums on.
4. Locate the Pump Prime and run valve and set to the prime position and
turn pump on.
5. Once water flows through prime hose switch the Prime Valve to run.
6. Regulate the PSI at ≤ 1000.
7. Attach the vacuum hose to the 2 ½” Cuff-Lynx hose port.
8. Connect a wand or other device to the front panel QD.
9. You may now begin cleaning.
10. When the vacuum shuts off you may need to drain the Recovery Tank
using one of the three methods:
a. Release the drain valve.
b. Activate the 35 GPM pump out.
11. When finished, be sure to drain any remaining
fluids from the hoses and wands.
12. Shut off all the switches.
Installation:
Due to the variety of mounting conditions, Mytee Products Inc. does not
supply the necessary hardware to mount the ETM to the operating vehicle.
1. Do no attempt to move the ETM neither to nor from a vehicle with the
tanks full.
2. Please refer to a qualified technician for safe and proper installation into
your operating vehicle
Grounding Instructions
This machine MUST be grounded. If the machine should malfunction or
break down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for the electrical
current to safely dissipate. This machine is also manufactured with an
equipment-grounding conductor and grounding-plug. The plug must be
used on an appropriate outlet that is properly installed in accordance with
all local code and ordinances. Do not remove the ground pin. If it is missing, replace the plug prior to use. Improper installation of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Be sure to check
with a qualified electrician or service person if you are in doubt as to
whether the outlet is properly grounded. If the plug will not fit in the outlet
do not modify either the plug or the machine’s cord, instead have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified technician. This machine is for use on a
nominal 120-volt circuit and with a grounding plug. If a proper outlet is not
available, install a temporary-grounding plug. This temporary workaround
should be used only until a qualified electrician can install a proper outlet.
When and if this type of adapter is employed, screw the adapter’s extended tab into placewith a metal screw. However, grounding adapters are
not approved for use in Canada. Again, be sure to check the grounding pin
for damages and replace if necessary. The Green, or Green-Yellow, wire in
the cord is the grounding wire. When replacing a plug, this wire must be
attached to only the grounding pin. DO NOT use extension cords other
than provided.
After Use
1. Before storing the machine, drain, rinse and dry both the tanks and
vacuum hoses of any residual water or solution.
2. Store standing upright in a dry, enclosed location.
3. Leave the recovery tank lid open for better air circulation.
If storing in freezing temperatures, take extra precautions to make sure the
machine and solution systems are completely drained and dry.
Filter Maintenance
All ETM models have three filters that need to be checked and cleaned
after each week of use. Regular cleaning and changing of filters is a
simple way to extend the life of your machines.
Vacuum Stack Filters
Located inside of the black vacuum tank are two pvc vacuum stacks.
Each stack has one foam filter to help prevent waste material from getting
into the vacuums and causing damage. To maintain these filters:
1. Remove 7” clear vacuum tank.
2. Reach in and pull out the two black filters located in the top ports of the
vacuum stacks.
3. Clean filters of any debris and check for damage. If filters are not
damaged, place them back into the stacks. If filters are damaged and
falling apart, replace them.
Features:
1. Adjustable auto defoamer for Recovery Tank.
2. Adjustable auto feed chemical bottle for the solution tank with an
adjustable Water-to-Chemical dial to control the solution’s ratio.
3. Prime Valve for rinsing the Recovery Tank.
4. Adjustable 500-PSI regulator with a monitoring pressure gauge and
motor-life hours counter.
5. Two vacuum pumps with a high-performance, 3-stage swiveling, noise
reducing exhaust ports.
6. 2 ½” vacuum port with 2” Cuff-Lynx reducer.
7. 1000 PSI Solution Pump
8. 35 GPM Pump-Out
9. Recovery & Solution Tank Drain Valves
10. Dual T-Handle Recovery Tank lids.
11. Internal, electronic vacuum motor Shut-Off switch.
12. Dual extension cord hangers.
Pump Filter
The pump filter is a half-circle shaped screed located on the inside bottom
of the blue solution tank. To maintain filter:
1. Open black solution tank lid.
2. Reach into solution tank and rotate the dome shaped filter from its brass
nipple by rotating it counter clockwise.
3. Check filter for any debris or damage to screen. Rinse filter of any
debris or replace if damaged.
4. Place new or cleaned filter back onto brass nipple by rotating it
clockwise.
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ETM Float Switch Maintenance
side by pushing on the opposite side.
4. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it
5. Place the rubber washer over the threads of the new switch and all the
way down to the 13/16” nut side.
6. Place a thin layer of silicone on the rubber washer.
7. Thread float switch (with actuating finger off) wires back through
vacuum tank hole and thread in using the 13/16” socket.
8. Using your hand, thread the plastic nut onto the back side of the float
switch. Place medium crescent wrench on the nut to hold in place
9. Tighten the 13/16” float until snug. Make sure flat side of float body is
facing towards the top of the vacuum tank.
10. Replace float finger, flat side down, onto the male position tabs located
on the float switch body in the vacuum tank. First, hook one side of the
finger to one tab. Then roll and pull the tab with index finger until other clip
snaps into place.
11. Thread chemical injector hose back through side panel and replace
all screws.
12. Reattach chemical injector bottle.
13. Check to insure new float switch works by turning on both vacuums
with the vacuum tank lid off. Reach inside and lift the float finger. If vacuums turn off, the float works. If the vacuums stay on or will not turn on,
the float finger may be installed upside down or wires were not connected
completely.
Each ETM machine contains three water level float switches. These float
switches control certain functions of the machine. The first float switch will
control the auto-fill feature. The second float switch controls power to the
vacuums. The third float switch controls when the large sump pump
comes on and helps to prevent cavitation in the pump. Having these
prevents water from getting into the vacuum stacks and from spilling out
of the solution tank.
Vacuum Float Switch Maintenance and Replacement
Cleaning and maintaining float switches will help to extend the life your
machine. Regular cleaning is required for proper functionality. To clean the
vacuum level switch:
1. Remove 7” clear vacuum tank lid located on top of the vacuum tank.
2. Use a flashlight to locate the position of the float switch. The vacuum
tank float switch will be located on the inside wall of the tank just below the
vacuum ports.
3. Once located, reach in and hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
4. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it.
5. Check float finger and where it attaches for debris or any other damage.
If dirty, clean. If damaged, or one of the male tabs where the float hooks is
damaged, refer to the float switch replacement section.
6. Once cleaned, replace float finger, flat side down, onto the male position
tabs located on the float switch body in the vacuum tank. First, hook one
side of the finger to one tab. Then roll and pull the tab with index finger
until other clip snaps into place.
7. Check to insure float still works by turning on both vacuums with the
vacuum tank lid off. Reach inside and lift the float finger. If vacuums turn
off, the float works. If the vacuums stay on, float body may need replacement, or float finger is installed upside down.
Auto-fill Float Switch Maintenance and Replacement
Cleaning and maintaining float switches will help
to extend the life your machine. Regular cleaning is
required for proper functionality. To clean the auto-fill
level switch:
1. Remove silver cover on the front of the blue solution tank by removing
the four Philips head screws.
2. Use a flashlight to locate the position of the float switch. The auto-fill
float switch will be located on the inside wall of the tank just below the
water inlet.
3. Once located, reach in and hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
4. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it.
5. Check float finger and where it attaches for debris or any other damage.
If dirty, clean. If damaged, or one of the male tabs where the float hooks is
damaged, refer to the float switch replacement section.
6. Once cleaned, replace float finger, flat side down, onto the male position
tabs located on the float switch body in the vacuum tank. First, hook one
side of the finger to one tab. Then roll and pull the tab with index finger
until other clip snaps into place.
7. Check to insure float still works by turning on both vacuums with the
vacuum tank lid off. Reach inside and lift the float finger. If vacuums turn
off, the float works. If the vacuums stay on, float body may need replacement, or float finger is installed upside down.
Vacuum Float Switch Replacement
Required:
-Colored tape
-New float switch, rubber washer, and plastic nut
-Silicone
-Medium/deep depth 13/16” socket and ratchet
-Medium crescent wrench
-Philips screwdriver or drill
1. Remove chemical injector kit attached to left side (sheet metal panel
side opposite of vac tank) by taking off lid and removing bottle.Using Philips head screw driver, remove ETM side panel by taking out the ten Philips
head screws holding panel onto machine. Be sure to slide the chemical
injector hose through its panel opening to insure proper removal
without causing any damage to chemical hose.
2. Locate vacuum float switch wires coming out of the black vacuum tank
directly under the vacuums. Disconnect the two float switch wires that are
plugged into the system.
3. At this point, use the colored tape to mark the wires that the float switch
was unplugged from. The back end of the vacuum float switch should be
visible. Remove the 7” clear vacuum tank lid located on top of the vacuum
tank.
4. Use a flashlight to locate the position of the float switch inside of the
tank. The vacuum float switch will be located on the inside wall of the tank
below the vacuums.
5. Once located, reach in and hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
Auto-fill Float Switch Replacement
Required:
-Colored tape
-New float switch, rubber washer, and plastic nut
-Silicone
-Medium/deep depth 13/16” socket and ratchet
-Medium crescent wrench
-Philips screwdriver or drill
1. Remove silver cover on the front of the blue solution tank by removing
the four Philips head screws
2. Remove chemical injector kit attached to left side (sheet metal panel
side opposite of vac tank) by taking off lid and removing bottle.
3. Using Philips head screw driver, remove ETM side panel by taking out
the ten Philips head screws holding panel onto machine. Be sure to slide
the chemical injector hose through its panel opening to insure proper
removal without causing any damage to chemical hose.
4. Locate vacuum float switch wires coming out of the
1. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it.
2. Place the medium crescent wrench on the back nut of the float switch
and the 13/16” socket on the inside nut of the float switch. Loosen the float
by rotating the ratchet counter clockwise until completely loose.
Make sure not to lose any nuts or rubber washers in case they are needed
in the future.
3. On the new float switch, hold the float switch finger all the way to one
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Sump Pump Switch Replacement
blue solution tank directly behind the main pump. Disconnect the two float
switch wires that are plugged into the system. At this point, use the
colored tape to mark the wires that the float switch was unplugged from.
5. The back end of the vacuum float switch should be visible.
6. Use a flashlight to locate the position of the float switch inside of the
tank. The vacuum float switch will be located on the inside wall of the tank
below the vacuums.
7. Once located, reach in and hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
8. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it.
9. Place the medium crescent wrench on the back nut of the float switch
and the 13/16” socket on the inside nut of the float switch. Loosen the float
by rotating the ratchet counter clockwise until completely loose. Make sure
not to lose any nuts or rubber washers in case they are needed in the
future.
10. On the new float switch, hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
11. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it
12. Place the rubber washer over the threads of the new switch and all the
way down to the 13/16” nut side.
13. Place a thin layer of silicone on the rubber washer.
14. Thread float switch (with actuating finger off) wires back through
vacuum tank hole and thread in using the 13/16” socket.
15. Using your hand, thread the plastic nut onto the back side of the float
switch. Place medium crescent wrench on the nut to hold in place
16. Tighten the 13/16” float until snug. Make sure flat side of float body is
facing towards the top of the vacuum tank.
17. Replace float finger, flat side down, onto the male position tabs located
on the float switch body in the vacuum tank. First, hook one side of the
finger to one tab. Then roll and pull the tab with index finger until other clip
snaps into place.
18. Thread chemical injector hose back through side panel and replace all
screws.
19. Reattach chemical injector bottle.
20. Check to insure new float switch works by turning on water for auto-fill
with the solution tank lid off. Reach inside and lift the float finger. If water
stops, the float works. If the water keeps running, the float finger may be
installed upside down or wires were not connected completely.
Required:
-Colored tape
-New float switch, rubber washer, and plastic nut
-Silicone
-Medium/deep depth 13/16” socket and ratchet
-Medium crescent wrench
-Philips screwdriver or drill
1. Remove chemical injector kit attached to left side (sheet metal panel
side opposite of vac tank) by taking off lid and removing bottle.
2. Using Philips head screw driver, remove ETM side panel by taking out
the ten Philips head screws holding panel onto machine. Be sure to slide
the chemical injector hose through its panel opening to insure proper
removal without causing any damage to chemical hose.
3. Locate sump pump float switch wires coming out of the black vacuum
tank directly under the behind the main pump. Disconnect the two float
switch wires that are plugged into the system. At this point, use the colored
tape to mark the wires that the float switch was unplugged from.
4. The back end of the vacuum float switch should be visible. Remove the
7” clear vacuum tank lid located on top of the vacuum tank.
5. Use a flashlight to locate the position of the float switch inside of the
tank. The sump pump switch will be located on the inside wall of the tank
near the bottom front.
6. Once located, reach in and hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
7. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it.
8. Place the medium crescent wrench on the back nut of the float switch
and the 13/16” socket on the inside nut of the float switch. Loosen the
float by rotating the ratchet counter clockwise until completely loose. Make
sure not to lose any nuts or rubber washers in case they are needed in the
future.
9. On the new float switch, hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
10. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it
11. Place the rubber washer over the threads of the new switch and all the
way down to the 13/16” nut side.
12. Place a thin layer of silicone on the rubber washer.
13. Thread float switch (with actuating finger off) wires back through
vacuum tank hole and thread in using the 13/16” socket.
14. Using your hand, thread the plastic nut onto the back side of the float
switch. Place medium crescent wrench on the nut to hold in place
15. Tighten the 13/16” float until snug. Make sure flat side of float body is
facing towards the BOTTOM of the vacuum tank. This is the ONLY switch
that will be positioned this way.
16. Replace float finger, flat side up, onto the male position tabs located
on the float switch body in the vacuum tank. First, hook one side of the
finger to one tab. Then roll and pull the tab with index finger until other clip
snaps into place.
17. Thread chemical injector hose back through side panel and replace all
screws.
18. Reattach chemical injector bottle.
19. Check to insure new float switch works by turning on the sump pump
on with the vac tank lid off. Reach inside and lift the float finger. If sump
turns on. The float works. If the sump will not turn on, or will not turn off,
the float finger may be installed upside down or wires were not connected
completely.
Sump Pump Switch Maintenance and Replacement
Cleaning and maintaining float switches will help to
extend the life your machine. Regular cleaning is
required for proper functionality. To clean the sump
level switch:
1. Remove 7” clear vacuum tank lid located on top of the vacuum tank.
2. Use a flashlight to locate the position of the float switch. The sump
pump float switch will be located on the inside wall of the tank almost at
the bottom.
3. Once located, reach in and hold the float switch finger all the way to one
side by pushing on the opposite side.
4. Using your other hand, or finger, roll the clip off of its tabs by pulling on
the bottom of the opposite tab from which you are pushing. It should not
take a lot of pressure to remove the switch, so be careful not to break it.
5. Check float finger and where it attaches for debris or any other damage.
If dirty, clean. If damaged, or one of the male tabs where the float hooks is
damaged, refer to the float switch replacement section.
6. Once cleaned, replace float finger, flat side up, onto the male position
tabs located on the float switch body in the vacuum tank. First, hook one
side of the finger to one tab. Then roll and pull the tab with index finger
until other clip snaps into place.
7. Check to insure float still works by turning on both vacuums with the
vacuum tank lid off. Reach inside and lift the float finger. If vacuums turn
off, the float works. If the vacuums stay on, float body may need replacement, or float finger is installed upside down.
Oil Maintenance:
Each machine using the General Pump Head will need its first oil change
within 50-100 hours, then every three months or 500 hours after. Regular
lubrication is the easiest, most efficient and least expensive element in
preventative maintenance, according to General Pump.
Weekly
• Check oil for proper levels:
• If oil is milky or discolored, change immediately.
• Check pump for oil leaks:
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• If the pump shows signs of oil leaks between the crankcase/manifold, the
piston rod oil seals will need replacing.
• If oil leaks out of the side covers, the side cover’s oil seals need to be
changed immediately.
• Check pump for water leaks:
• If the water leaks between the crankcase/manifold, change the packing
assembly immediately.
• If water leaks from the valve caps, change the valve cap O-Rings.
• Check regulator for proper operating and bypass pressure.
• Check all fittings for proper tightness to prevent leakage. Tighten loose
nuts, bolts and fasteners.
Instructions If an oil change is needed, follow the instructions below.
For all other repairs, locate a Mytee Service Center for repairs.
Required Equipment:
• 9/16” Wrench or socket.
• 13/16” Socket with ratchet to fit.
• Phillips head screw driver or drill.
• 12 oz SAE 30w Oil
• Oil catch pan capable of holding 12 oz of oil (Height ≤ 2”)
• Oil funnel capable of fitting oil port on top of General
Pump head brass tee (3/8” diameter)
• Pliers
• Flash light (Optional)
1. Cover ground with cardboard or any available scrap material to prevent
unwanted spills and stains.
2. Remove chemical injector kit attached to left side (Sheet metal-panel
side opposite of vacuum tank) by taking off the lid and removing the bottle.
3. Using a Philips head screwdriver, remove the ETM side panel by unscrewing ten Philips head screws holding the panel onto the machine. Be
sure to slide the chemical injector hose through its panel opening to
ensure proper removal without causing any damage to the chemical hose.
4. Slide ≤ 2” oil catch pan under the ball valve located under the bottom
front of the machine and to the left of the solution tank drain.
5. Release the two rear latches by turning its wings to the left then open
top half of the machine completely to expose the main pump.
6. Place open-end of the 13/16” wrench onto the silver ball valve to ensure
zero rotation during plug removal. Using a 9/16” wrench to loosen the
brass plug on the front of the ball valve to remove the plug.
7. Unscrew then 7/8” oil plug from under the machine until finger loose.
8. Completely remove the drain plug by hand and open the ball valve to
allow the oil to drain into the catch pan.
9. Once the oil has stopped or slowed to a few drips, close the ball valve
with a 13/16” wrench, hold the ball valve in place and replace the 9/16” oil
plug with new Teflon wrapped around the threads.
10. Using a funnel, pour 12oz of SAE 30w oil into the top of the General
Pump head through the brass tee.
11. Use a flashlight to check the side of the General Head to ensure the oil
level reaches the midpoint of the view glass. Add or remove oil as needed.
12. Replace the plastic vent cap using pliers.
13. Thread the chemical injector hose back through the side panel and
replace all its screws.
14. Reattach the chemical injector bottle.
15. Dispose of any old oil and continue normal use of the machine.
Maintenance item
Daily
Clean and inspect tanks.
Clean and inspect hoses.
Check and clean internal filters by twisting
off, rinsing with clean water and replacing.
Check power supply cable.
Clean machine with all-purpose cleaner
and cloth.
Check spray nozzles.
Flush solution system with Mytee® System
Maintainer.
Remove and float shut-off screen from
tank and clean. Simply pull off.
Inspect vacuum hoses for holes and loose
cuffs.
Inspect spray pattern for clogging. If
clogged, remove spray tips and soak them
in a recommended liquid neutralizer for
up to six hours. To remove spray tip, twist
spray tip body counter-clockwise.
Lubricate wheels with water resistant oil.
Inspect machine for water leaks and loose
hardware.
x
x
x
Once a week
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Generators for use with Escape® Electric Truck Mount
Mytee Products recommends the use of a 10,000-­‐watt generator with
this unit. This will supply ample power for the ETM.
However, the Escape can be run on some 8,000-­‐watt generators, depending on the manufacturer. Generators are rated differently, so if
using 8,000-­‐watt generator the rating must represent continuous running
watts, not peak watts.
In any case, check with the Generator manufacturer to ensure the unit
can provide 30 amps at 230 volts continuously.
6
ESCAPE™ ETM
8
ESCAPE™ ETM FRONT
7
6
4
5
3
REV.
ESCAPE™ ETM BACK
OD
F
16
1
15
2
23
E
17
14
3
22
4
D
13
5
21
6
20
C
7
8
9
10
B
18
11
1. Switch Plate
2. Hour Meter
3. Chemical Reader
4. Chemical Bottle
5. Prime Valve
6. Female Quick Disconnect (QD)
7. Pressure Regulator
8. Electrical Power Ports
19
12
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIE
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
A
16. Recovery Lids
17. Recovery Tank
18. 4” Locking Casters
19. Cart
20. 10” foam filled
semi-pneumatic wheels
21. Rear Cooling Fans
22. Top, Rear & Side Vents
9. Oil
10. Solution Tank Drain Valve
11. Auto Fill
12. Recovery Tank Drain Valve
13. Pump-Out
14. 2” Male Cuff-Lynx™ Inlet
15. PSI Gauge
8
7
23. Rear Vacuum Exhaust
5
6
ESCAPE™ ETM ACCESSORY ITEMS INCLUDED
H107 Cuff-Lynx™
2.5” x 2.5” Hose Adapter
5005
3-prong Electrical Converter
H106 Cuff-Lynx™
2.5” x 2” Hose Reducer
5006
4-prong Electrical Converter
7
Chemical Bottle
Hook (x2)
4
ANGULAR: MACH .5
ONE PLACE DECIMAL
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. IS
PROHIBITED.
3
.03
.05
.00
ESCAPE™ ETM
ESCAPE™ ETM SWITCH PLATE AND POWER SOCKETS
Top Socket: Powers Vac 1, Vac 2 Pump, & Pump-out.
Bottom Socket: Powers Vac 3 and Vac 4.
Top power socket
Bottom power socket
Plug in to top socket to use vacuum 1 or 2, pump or pump-out. To use vacuum 3 or 4 plug in bottom socket.
8
ESCAPE™ ETM
ESCAPE™ ETM POWER OPTIONS 1 & 2
Plug each 50’ power cord into the 3 or 4 prong electrical adaptor. Once connected, plug electrical adaptor into dryer outlet.
ESCAPE™ ETM POWER OPTION 3 USING HUNTER BOXES (SOLD SEPARATELY)
*
*
*sold separately
Plug each 50’ power cord in the hunter boxes (sold separately - part # 5007). Once connected to the hunter boxes, plug each cord in to four
separate 115 volt electrical legs.
9
ESCAPE™ ETM
ESCAPE™ ETM CHEMICAL METER
ESCAPE™ ETM USAGE METER
The adjustable chemical meter is located on the switch plate.
Adjust accordingly.
Keep track of how many hours your system has been operating
with this usage meter. Great to help schedule an oil change and
other scheduled maintenance.
ESCAPE™ ETM PSI GAUGE & REGULATOR
ESCAPE™ ETM PUMP PRIME / WASH OUT HOSE
The gauge allows you to monitor PSI levels. Turning the Pressure
Regulator to its left will decrease water pressure and turning to the
right will increase water pressure. *Please refer to the Pressure
Gauge to monitor your water pressure.
The wash out hose is available for rinsing out recovery tank.
10
ESCAPE™ ETM
ESCAPE™ ETM SOLUTION HOSE AND VACUUM HOOK UP
Attach female end of a solution hose to a wand or tool then attach male end of QD to ETM. Attach hose along with a 2.5” Cuff-Lynx™ hose
adapter to the ETM’s hose port. Then connect a vacuum hose or tool to other end of hose.
HOW TO USE ESCAPE™ ETM CHEMICAL BOTTLE AND METER
3
1
2
(1) Hook up standard garden hose to the auto-fill fitting. Incoming pressure should be 40 PSI or lower. (2) Hang the included chemical bottle
(part # P535) from the side of the machine and fill it with the desired chemical concentrate. (3) Set meter to desired ratio. Meter is measured
in GPH (Gallons Per Hour), which indicates how many gallons per hour of concentrated chemical will be metered.
Begin running the machine. As the solution tank fills with water through the auto-fill port, chemical will automatically be injected. Make sure
the injector in the tank (where the clear hose hooks up) is fully open. Chemical will only be drawn while the tank is filling.
11
ESCAPE™ ETM
ESCAPE™ ETM AUTO FILL & SOLUTION TANK DUMP VALVE
For a convienent way to fill up the ETM’s solution tank, connect a water hose to the auto-fill. This will help speed up the work flow. Once the
water level reaches a certain point the water stops, then refills again. Empty the solution tank by pulling the solution tank dump valve.
ESCAPE™ ETM PUMP OUT HOOK UP & RECOVERY TANK DUMP VALVE
Attach hose bearing cam lock to the Pump-out fitting. Secure the hose to the fitting using the cam lock. Push the hose cuff onto the fitting,
making sure the silver ears and rings are extended forward. Pull the ears down using the rings until connection is tight. Place the end of the
hose in a location where dirty water can drain. Using the recovery tank drain valve is also available.
12
ESCAPE™ ETM
ESCAPE™ ETM CLEAR T - LIDS
Recovery tank lids for easy entry.
ESCAPE™ ETM OIL CHANGE
OIL CAP
After you have removed the chemical bottle and side panel, unscrew yellow cap marked ‘Oil’. Be mindful of the O-ring. At the front of the unit,
place an oil catch underneath valve and remove valve brass cap - open valve. Oil we begin to flow through, once oil empties replace cap and
close valve. Now oil can be added (11 ounces is recomended). Use funnel if needed.
13
ESCAPE™ ETM ACCESSORIES
T-80R - Recovery Tank
7
6
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
66
67
P541
H168
$14.99 ea
$1.49 ea
68
69
$24.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$5.99 ea
70
MSRP
handle pivot, floor machine
1
$74.99 ea
axle, 9.63"QTY.
x .50" diaMSRP
pivot support, t-rex
pattern
bushing, sleeve, 5/82 i.d. x $0.99
1.25" ea
long
1
2
2
$10.99 ea
$40.99 ea
$9.99 ea
e adj.
$1.99 ea
bolt,
shoulder 5/8" x 11.25", 1/2-13
thrds
washer, 1wave$19.99 ea
REX
2
2
2
2
1
1/2 axle
hinewheel, 6" dia, 2" width,
1
$13.99
ea
witch
c-clip, 12mm, external
1
$0.99 ea
spring, handle adjustment
/8" zinc
1
$0.99 ea
bushing, locking piston
s/s retaining ring, internal
1
$0.99
1 1/2"ea
EX locking piston, 1handle
$15.99
adj. ea
achine washer, 5/16",
2 narrow
$1.99 ea
ocking
floor
machine
T-REX arc, handle adj,
2
$0.99
ea
4
5
ITEM
NO.
64
65
QTY.
3
T-80S - Solution Tank
2
1
1
$17.99 ea
$5.99 ea
1
$19.99 ea
QTY.
MSRP
handle, reinforcement, center, T-Rex
screw, 10-32 x 1-1/4" phil pan head, s/s
1
2
$14.99 ea
$0.99 ea
lockout, floor machine
spring, lockout, floor machine
1
2
$1.99 ea
$1.99 ea
H260
G087
cover, switch box, T-REX
F
bumper
w washer
1
2
$19.99 ea
$0.99 ea
71
72
H017
H018
H161
screw, 10-32 x 1.5", FHSCS, s/s
screw, 10-32 x 1/2", FHSCS, s/s
roll pin, 1 3/4" x 1/8"
2
3
2
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
73
H160
spring, switch/lever
2
$0.99 ea
74
75
H149
H839
bolt, 5/16" shldr x 5/8" w/ 1/4-20 thrd
lever, handle adj., floor machine
1
1
$0.99 ea
$19.99 ea
H261-A
H222
1
7
1
$0.99 ea
$51.99 ea
76
H144
strain relief, power cord, metal
1
77
E384
power cord, end, 15.5", 14/3
1
$11.99 ea
10
10
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
78
H249B-ss
tube, t-rex
1
$199.99 ea
o-ring, 13/16" o.d. x 1/8" width
an head, s/s
2
$0.99 ea
bolt, giude, locking piston
1
1
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
machine
2 bell $1.99
ea
plate, seal, head/
housing
1
1
$699.99 ea
$5.99 ea
t,
hex
flange,
er1/4-20 x 3/4" serrated
2
$0.99
ea zinc
1
2
$39.99 ea
$0.99 ea
aluminim
black
SCS,handle,
s/s
2 grip,$0.99
ea
o-ring, 6.5" o.d. x 1/8" width
1
1
$6.99 ea
$3.99 ea
motor & transmission, TRex JR
2
$0.99 ea
rotary union
washer, 5/16"
s/s ea
ide, T-Rex
2 lock,$10.00
bolt, 5/16-18 x 3/4" Long SHCS
enter, T-Rex
1
$14.99 ea
hine
1 head,
$1.99
eaJR
assembly, cleaning
TRex
T-REX
1 chasis,
$19.99
bell housing and
t-rexea
SCS, s/s
3
$0.99 ea
2
$0.99 ea
1
1
$594.99 ea
$159.99 ea
cuum sight tube w/ 2" fw mpt Cuff-Lynx
1
$31.99 ea
machine
1 head,
$19.99
rew, 8 x 3/4 phil pan
typeea
a, s/s
7
2
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
1
1
$15.99 ea
$138.99 ea
switch box,
1 T-REX
$199.99 ea
knob, clear plastic, t-rex potent
potentiometer, slide
1
1
1
$25.99 ea
$1.49 ea
$16.69 ea
qd, brass, 1/4" m
/8"
ver
1/4-20
1 pan
$0.99
ea s/s
crew, thrd
10-32 x 1/2" phil
head,
d, metal
$12.99
cover, controller1 board,
t-rexea
5", 14/3 pcb speed1control
$11.99 ea
1
$8.49 ea
filter, in-line, 100 mesh, 1/4" mpt x fpt
1
$13.99 ea
nipple, hex, 1/4" mpt x 1/8" mpt
2
$7.99 ea
valve, flow, 1/8"
swivel, high pressure, stainless steel
5 deg, street elbow, brass, 1/4" male
1
1
1
$84.99 ea
$45.99 ea
$5.49 ea
valve, brass, K, w/ trigger for wands
1
$30.99 ea
bow, brass, 90 deg, 1/4"mpt x 1/4" fpt
Cuff-Lynx, 2" hose x 2" male swivel
1
1
$4.49 ea
$3.99 ea
sol hose, 1/4" x 48" (OAL)
1
$48.99 ea
bolt, 1/4-20 x 1-1/4" hex head, s/s
4
$0.99 ea
nut, hex, 1/4-20 s/s
1
$0.99 ea
ew, 1/4-20 x 1/2", button, s/s, blk oxide
grommet, 5/8" ID
10
2
$0.99 ea
$1.99 ea
ord, female 38", 14/3 IEC320C13 plug
1
$11.99 ea
QTY.
MSRP
hook, hose restraint, T-REX
cable, handle
machine
1 adj, floorN/A
2
1
$14.99 ea
$6.99 ea
nut, lock, 1/4-20,
nylon
insert,
1
$10.99
ea s/s
1
$0.99 ea
2
$0.99 ea
spacer, lever,
handle
1
$10.99adj.
ea
1
$1.99 ea
nut, lock, 10-32,
nylonea
insert
1 thin, $3.99
1
1
$19.99 ea
$13.99 eaNAME
bracket,1 mount,$8.99
switch
ea
washer, internal star, 3/8" zinc
1
1
$0.99
ea
CHECKED
$0.99 ea
washer, 3/8 flat, s/s
lever, switch, T-REX
grip, handle, floor machine
1
1
2
handle, back half, T-REX
2
$0.99 ea
handle, reinforcement, side,3 T-Rex
2
$10.00 ea
2
k
lever, solution,
T-REX ea
1
$36.99
switch, 1floor machine
$24.99 ea
1
$9.99 ea
7
M.LaBarbera
$12.99 ea
D
A500 - Stackable Van
1
$22.99 ea
power cord, ext, 25', 16/3
black
1
$36.99Set
ea
Shelving
System
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
P576A
QTY.
MSRP
star protector, TRex JR
E617A
G014
seal, felt, 1/2" thick
1
$10.99 ea
H051
H053
wrench, flat, 5/8"
tool, star remover, TRex
1
1
$3.99 ea
$10.99 ea
P568A
PH648
cord lock, "S", TRex
lubricant, super lube oil, 4 oz tube
1
1
$8.99 ea
$9.99 ea
ADM-TREX JR
manual, TRex JR
1
N/A
C
C
B
DATE
8/2013
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
<INSERT COMPANY NAME HERE>. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
<INSERT COMPANY NAME HERE> IS
PROHIBITED.
6
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D
ITEMS NOT SHOWN
B
mytee PRODUCTS, INC.
858-679-1191
TITLE:
DRAWN
A
CHECKED
SIZE DWG. NO.
DO NOT
SCALE DRAWING
REV
mytee PRODUCTS, INC.
858-679-1191
TITLE:
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. IS
PROHIBITED.
SHEET 1 OF 3
1
5
DATE
3/2014
T-REX™ Jr. - Total
T-REX JR
Rotary Extraction
A
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
C T-Rex (SS) C
SCALE: 1:24
NAME
V. LaBarbera
COMMENTS:
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
$1.99 ea
F
E
T-REX™ - Total
T-REX SS
$0.99 ea
Rotary
Extraction
$15.99 ea
DRAWN
1
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3
DESCRIPTION
4
3
14
2
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
TRex JR
SCALE: 1:24
DO NOT
SCALE DRAWING
1
REV
B
SHEET 1 OF 3
ESCAPE™ ETM ACCESSORIES
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3
REVISIONS
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DESCRIPTION
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ORIGINAL DRAFT
DATE
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
A
ANGULAR: MACH .5
ONE PLACE DECIMAL
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
8901 - Wand Style
2” Spinner®
8
8908 - Counter Spinner®
15
7
8902 - “T” Style
2” Spinner®
6
5
.03
.05
.003
NAME
DRAWN
V. LaBarbera
COMMENTS:
MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE FINISH
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. IS
PROHIBITED.
4
3
DATE
2/5/10
mytee P
TITLE:
CHECKED
85
spinner, 12
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SCALE: 1:12
2
89
SC
Order parts at: www.mytee.com/products/product.php?id=LTD3
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68
ITEM
NO.
8
7
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
Part prices are subject to change.
8
7
P505
ETM Sol Tank / Chassis
1
H541A
valve, float, autofill
1
H097
washer, 1"ID x 1.5"OD, flat, s/s
2
B182
adapter, 3/4" fgh x 1/2" fpt
1
B273
elbow, 90 deg street, 3/8"fpt x 1/2" mpt
1
H541C
chemical injector
1
B204
qd, 3/4" female x female garden hose
1
B205B
QD, 1/2" npt x 3/4" mgh, pump-out
1
B272
adapter, 1/2" fpt x 3/8 mpt
1
PH634-33
sol hose, 1/4", silicone braided, clear
1
B170
ferrule, 1/4" brass
6
B109
adapter, brass, 1/4" barb x 1/4" mpt
4
H484
plate, mounting, QD
1
B656B
valve, ball, 1/4" fpt x 1/4" fpt, s/s
2
B127
plug, brass, 1/4"mpt, hex
2
H230
screw, 10-32 x 1/2" phil pan head, s/s
38
H225
valve, drain, 1-1/2"
2
H203
bolt, 1/4-20 x 1-1/4" hex head, s/s
2
H213
washer, 1/4" lock, s/s
10
H210
washer, 1/4" flat, s/s
10
H196
support, pump, truckmount
1
H201
bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2" hex head, zinc
2
PH615-35
sol hose, 1/2", silicone braided clear
1
B173
ferrule, 1/2", brass
3
B644
adapter, brass, 1/2" barb x 1/4" mpt
1
B119
filter, strainer, 1/4"
1
H012
instrument panel, truck mount
1
E628A
controller, water level, single, 230V
1
H273
nut, kep, #10-32 zinc
7
E360
flanged male inlet recaptacle, 230V, 20A
2
PH634-20
sol hose, 1/4", silicone braided, clear
1
H046
screw, 10-32 x 3/8", phil pan, zinc
2
H289
washer, 10 flat, s/s
2
AH184
hose, pulse, 3/8" x 14.5", 1/4 FSW x 1/4 FPT
2
PH634-24
sol hose, 1/4", silicone braided, clear
1
B652
elbow, brass, 90 deg, 3/8"mpt x 1/4"mpt
2
H306C
unloader, 1200 psi
1
B103
elbow, brass, 90 deg, 1/4"mpt x 1/4" fpt
8
H876
washer, 1/2" flat, s/s
5
B111
adapter, brass, extender, 1/4" mpt x 1/4" fpt, hex 2
B102
qd, brass, 1/4" f x 1/4" fpt
1
B142A
coupling, brass, 1/4" fpt x 1/4" fpt
4
B135
tee, brass, 1/4" mpt
1
PH634-36
sol hose, 1/4", silicone braided, clear
1
B110
adapter, brass, 1/4" sw barb x 1/4" fpt, w/gasket 1
B259
qd, brass, 1/4" fqd x mpt
1
B260
qd, brass, 1/4" mqd x fpt
1
B107
nipple, brass, 1/4"m, hex
4
B136
elbow, brass, 90 deg, 1/4" mpt x 1/4" mpt
3
H325
flow meter, electric truckmount
1
G069
gasket, flow meter
1
B129
nipple, hex, 1/8" mpt x 1/8" mpt
2
B131
fitting, 1/4" barb x 1/8" FPT
2
H308D
gauge, pressure, 2000psi
1
B130
45 deg, street elbow, brass, 1/4" male
1
E369
hour meter, panel mount, analog
1
E515
switch, rocker, 2 position
6
H009
side panel, truckmount
1
P535
bottle, 5 quart, w/ caps
1
G036
cap, 2.5" threaded, tethered
1
H547
hanger, wire for injection sprayer
1
H456B
cap (only) w/ hole
1
PH634-35
sol hose, 1/4", silicone braided, clear
1
B117
strainer, with check, chemical injector
1
C332
pump head, general, 2.1 GPM
1
B186
elbow, brass, 90 deg, 3/8"mpt x 3/8" fmpt
1
B172
elbow, brass, 90 deg, 1/2" barb x 3/8"mpt
1
B105
bushing, brass, 3/8"mpt x 1/4"
1
PART NO.
6
6
$224.99 ea
$108.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$12.99 ea
$8.99 ea
$39.99 ea
$9.99 ea
$3.99 ea
$16.99 ea
$6.49 ft
$0.99 ea
$1.99 ea
$4.99 ea
$13.49 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$20.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$18.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$8.99 ft
$0.99 ea
$2.49 ea
$3.99 ea
$185.99 ea
$114.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$28.99 ea
$6.49 ft
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$27.99 ea
$6.49 ft
$8.49 ea
$125.99 ea
$4.49 ea
$0.99 ea
$3.49 ea
$17.99 ea
$4.49 ea
$5.49 ea
$6.49 ft
$3.99 ea
$11.99 ea
$10.49 ea
$3.19 ea
$4.99 ea
$189.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$1.99 ea
$2.99 ea
$38.99 ea
$5.49 ea
$35.99 ea
$13.99 ea
$189.99 ea
$16.99 ea
$3.49 ea
$7.49 ea
$3.99 ea
$6.49 ft
$18.99 ea
$569.99 ea
$8.99 ea
$9.49 ea
$3.19 ea
MSRP
PART NO.
C329
AH203
B113
B643
C304
H217
PH628-16
H768
H501
G004
P735
PH628-2.5
PH628-17
E370A
H343
C318
H001
H011
H124
H304
G090
G091
P508
G022
H045
G004-A
H096
H064-A
H503
H073
E373
H132
H207
P506
C384A
H396
H300
PH627-20
P686
H185
H059
H010
H062
H202
H216
H174
H173
H254
H057
H668
H204
H109
H058
ITEM
NO.
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
DESCRIPTION
4
5
4
motor, for pump, 1 HP, 1725 RPM
hose, pulse, 3/8" x 34", (OAL)
tee, brass, 1/4" fpt
adapter, brass, 3/8" fnpt x 1/4" mnpt
motor, 3-stage, 115 cfm,14.5 amps
clamp, hose, 2-1/4 dia
vac hose, 2", black, wire reinforced
bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/4" serrated hex flange, zinc
vac support, 3 stage, 4-1/16"
gasket, vacuum motor
manifold, single vac, no gasket
vac hose, 2", black, wire reinforced
vac hose, 2", black, wire reinforced
controller, 230v, water level switch, dual vac
screw, 10 x 5/8" hex head, zinc
fan, cooling, 230V
side panel, small, truckmount
back panel, truckmount
Cuff-Lynx, 2" mpt x 2" female cuff
screw, #8 x 5/8 phil oval, s/s
lid, vac tank, clear, 7"
gasket, 7", vac lid
deflector, LX \ ETM
filter, foam, 2-3/8" x 1"
screen, 4" diameter, 1/4" mesh
gasket, vacuum motor
bolt, hex, 1/4-20 x 4", zinc Finish
U, ETM vac
vac support, 3 stage, 3.25", no thrds
coupler, 2.5" dia x 9.5", ss
level switch, vacuum shut-off, rear threads
Cuff-Lynx, 2.5" m cuff x 2.5" mpt
cam & grovve fitting 1-1/2", male
ETM Vac Tank
pump out, 35 gpm, 230v, stainless
barb, 1-1/2" x 1-1/2" fpt, pump out
cuff, hose, 1-1/2 x 1-1/2, wire
vac hose, 1-1/2", black, wire reinforced
swing check valve, pump out
screw, 10-32 x 1 1/4", phil flat full thread
bracket, ETM, pump-out
top panel, truckmount
vac mounting plate, ETM
bolt, 1/4-20 x 3/4" hex head, s/s
nut, lock, 1/4-20, nylon insert, s/s
bolt, 1/2-13 x 3/4, c/s, hex head
washer, lock, 1/2 med split, steel zinc
washer, axle, cut 1/2" id
cart, ETM
caster, 4", black hub & gray tread
bolt, 1/4-20 x 1-3/4" hex head, s/s
wheel, 10", foam filled
axle, ETM cart
5
1
2
1
2
4
9
2
6
6
4
2
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
2
15
2
2
1
2
2
2
6
2
6
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
10
14
8
8
8
1
2
10
2
1
QTY.
$359.99 ea
$47.99 ea
$6.99 ea
$4.99 ea
$199.99 ea
$1.49 ea
$8.99 ft
$0.99 ea
$4.99 ea
$8.99 ea
$14.99 ea
$8.99 ft
$8.99 ft
$133.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$21.49 ea
$99.99 ea
$185.99 ea
$3.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$36.99 ea
$11.99 ea
$21.99 ea
$2.99 ea
$6.99 ea
$6.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$9.99 ea
$3.99 ea
$23.99 ea
$13.99 ea
$4.99 ea
$21.99 ea
$219.99 ea
$598 .99 ea
$19.99 ea
$5.99 ea
$6.99 ft
$24.49 ea
$0.99 ea
$9.99 ea
$99.99 ea
$39.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$0.99 ea
$399.99 ea
$19.49 ea
$0.99 ea
$79.99 ea
$18.99 ea
MSRP
3
3
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. IS
PROHIBITED.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
COMMENTS:
CHECKED
DATE
ETM manual
ADM-ETM
12/2013
electrical adaptor ETM - 3 prong
electrical adaptor ETM - 4 prong
5005
5006
NAME
vac hose, 1-1/2" x 25' SW
cam & groove fitting 1-1/2", female w/ lock
H294
H205
M.LaBarbera
power cord, ext, 50', 12/3, twist lock
Cuff-Lynx, 2" hose x 2.5" female
Cuff-Lynx 2.5" hose x 2.5" f swivel
DRAWN
1
2
1
1
858-679-1191
$169.99 ea
$159.99 ea
$74.99 ea
$32.99 ea
$74.99 ea
$78.99 ea
$4.99 ea
$4.99 ea
MSRP
1
ETM
SCALE: 1:8
1
DO NOT
SCALE DRAWING
E
REV
SHEET 1 OF 5
C ETM_230v
SIZE DWG. NO.
TITLE:
mytee PRODUCTS, INC.
1
1
1
1
1
QTY.
DESCRIPTION
harness, electrical
A959
E351
H106
H107
2
PART NO.
ITEMS NOT SHOWN
A
B
C
D
E
F
ESCAPE™ ETM PARTS & PRICING
17
A
B
C
D
E
F
11
44
45
46
8
47
41
40
38
8
39
40
48
39
36
49
61
11
12
50
34
43
35
59
16
to sol tank
37
42
14
38
38
38
60
53
to flow meter
thru B131
7
35
15
33
52
24
51
62
7
54
63
to 7qt
bottle thru
PH634-32
32
53
16
58
64
63
31
55
to sol tank
56
57
6
6
27
15
14
30
16
16
17
28
13
29
26
25
to unloader
thru B136
36
12
24
55
5
11
20
69
72
23
19
75
74
22
to pressure
gauge
thru B130
5
10
70
76
77
16
21
18
49
71
78
20
19
38
72
73
79
12
68
10
4
1
66
to PH634-11
65
81
16
4
48
96
42
8
2
67
85
80
9
7
3
99
38
39
3
4
5
6
17
101
98
95 20
19
97
100
73
82
16
94
16
3
78
86
3
93
92
88
88
87
91
DATE
12/2013
105
NAME
104
M.LaBarbera
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. IS
PROHIBITED.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
COMMENTS:
CHECKED
DRAWN
102
90
89
2
103
858-679-1191
108
109
29
107
SCALE: 1:8
1
DO NOT
SCALE DRAWING
E
REV
SHEET 2 OF 5
C ETM_230v
ETM
SIZE DWG. NO.
TITLE:
mytee PRODUCTS, INC.
106
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
ESCAPE™ ETM PARTS & PRICING
18
A
B
C
D
E
F
8
8
16
111
7
7
6
113
112
112
6
114
5
115
5
117
116
4
4
118
119
113
120
3
3
DATE
12/2013
NAME
V. LaBarbera
2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. ANY
REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE
WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF
MYTEE PRODUCTS, INC. IS
PROHIBITED.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
COMMENTS:
CHECKED
DRAWN
2
SCALE: 1:8
1
DO NOT
SCALE DRAWING
E
REV
SHEET 3 OF 5
C ETM_230v
ETM
SIZE DWG. NO.
TITLE:
858-679-1191
119
113
mytee PRODUCTS, INC.
121
1
A
B
C
D
E
F
ESCAPE™ ETM PARTS & PRICING
Color diagram at: www.mytee.com/products/product.php?id=LTD3
19
L1
L1
230V
Relay
Float
Switch
E-628
Float
Switch
E-370
To Metal
Plate
Relays
230V
Cooling
Fan
C-318
Y
G
Red wires are 12 gauge
230
Volts
X
Twist lock Flanged
Receptacle
E-360
N/O
Switch
N/O
Switch
To Metal
Plate
L1
L2
Pump
C-332
G
L2
To Metal
Plate
G
L2
L1
L2
C-384A
Pump
Out
L1
VAC 2
VAC 1
L1
C-304
G
C-304
G
To Metal
Plate
Electric Truck Mount - 230 Volt
Pump
Out
Pump
VAC
2
VAC
1
3/12/2013
Hour Meter
E-369
ESCAPE™ ETM LOWER WIRING DIAGRAM
20
N/O
E-373
C-318
Cooling
Fan
L2
L1
G
Red wires are 12 gauge
230
volts
Twist Lock Flanged
Receptacle
E-360
L1
230V
Float
Switch
Relays E-370
L1
L2
VAC 4
VAC 3
L2
C-304
C-304
L1
G
G
Electric Truck Mount - 230 Volt
Ground Wire
to metal
faceplate
VAC 4
VAC 3
3/12/2013
ESCAPE™ ETM UPPER WIRING DIAGRAM
21
Vac Control BoxesEach box controls 1
level switch. Boxes
should always be
set to 230V.
Vacs 1 & 2
Cord #1. Mounted
to the tank wall.
Vacs 3 & 4
Cord #2. Mounted
to cabinet top
Vac 4
Air Flow
Vac 3
Air Flow
Air Flow
Miliamp Current
Miliamp Current
Vac Motors
w/ gasket
Cabinet
Vac 2
Vac 1
Cuff Lynx
Tank
2 vac shutoff
switches in tankEach controls 1 set
of vacs (1&2 or 3&4).
Should be cleaned
regularly.
Foam Filterclean regularly
for maximum CFM
Mesh Screen
Vacuum System
ESCAPE™ ETM VACUUM SYSTEM
22
= Low Pressure
= High Pressure
Inlet Hose
Bypass Hose To Tank
High Pressure Pump System
Filter
In Tank.
Clean Regularly.
Solution
Quick Disconnect
Pressure
Regulator
Pressure
Gauge
ESCAPE™ ETM HIGH PRESSURE PUMP SYSTEM
Bottle
For Chemical
Draw Hose
23
Auto Fill
Shut Off
Valve
Injector ValveShould always
be fully open.
Adjust at flow
meter
Auto Fill
Garden Hose
Quick Disconnect
To figure proper “GPH” for meter, determine the flow rate on the inbound water feed at auto fill.
For example, if incoming water is 60 gallons per hour, and dilution for chemical is 10:1, then you
would set the draw at “6” for a 60:6 ratio.
NOTES:
Since chemical injection is drawn at auto-fill, flow-meter will show “0” when tank is not filling.
Flow MeterSet Chemical Flow.
Meter In GPH
(Gallons Per Hour)
Feed Hose
Auto-Fill & Chemical Injection System
ESCAPE™ ETM AUTO-FILL & CHEMICAL INJECTION SYSTEM
24
Auto Pump-Out Pump
Check Valvekeeps vacuum
from leaking
through pump
Auto Pump-Out System
Level SwitchControls pumps
On/O . Clean
regularly.
Male Cam
Fitting
Vacuum Hose
ESCAPE™ ETM AUTO PUMP-OUT SYSTEM
NOTES
Mytee Products Inc.
13655 Stowe Dr.
Poway, CA 92064
www.mytee.com
F X 858.679.7814
© 2015 Mytee Products Inc.
Printed in the U.S.A.
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