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Safety Information
Safety Notice
For your safety, read this manual thoroughly before operating
your DF1000™ unit.
Your DF1000™ unit is intended for use by properly trained,
skilled professional automotive technicians. The safety
messages presented below and throughout this user's manual
are reminders to the operator to exercise care when using this
unit.
There are many variations in procedures, techniques, tools, and
parts for servicing vehicles, as well as in the skill of the
individual doing the work. Because of the vast number of test
applications and variations in the products that can be serviced
with this instrument, White Industries® cannot possibly
anticipate or provide advice or safety messages to cover every
situation. It is the automotive technicians responsibility to be
knowledgeable of the system that is to be tested. It is essential
to use proper service methods and test procedures and to
perform tests in an appropriate and acceptable manner that
does not endanger your safety, the safety of others in the work
area, the vehicle or equipment being tested.
It is assumed that the operator has a thorough understanding of
vehicle cooling systems before using the DF1000™ unit. This
understanding of principles and operating theories is necessary
for competent, safe and accurate use of this instrument.
Before using your DF1000™ unit, always refer to and follow the
safety messages and applicable test procedures provided by the
manufacturer of the vehicle or equipment being tested.
Read All Instructions
Read, understand and follow all safety messages and
instructions in this manual. Safety messages in this section of
the manual contain a signal word with a three-part message
and, in some instances, an icon.
I
Safety Information
The signal word indicates the level of the hazard in a situation.
• DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury to the
operator or bystanders.
• WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury to the
operator or bystanders.
• CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in moderate or minor injury to the
operator or bystanders.
• IMPORTANT indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may
result in damage to the equipment or vehicle.
Safety messages in this section contain three different type
styles.
• Normal type states the hazard.
• Bold type states how to avoid the hazard.
• Italic type states the possible consequences of not avoiding
the hazard.
An icon, when present, gives a graphical description of the
potential hazard.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General
Risk of fire.
• Wear safety goggles and protective gloves, user
and bystander. Everyday eyeglasses only have
impact resistant lenses, they are NOT safety
glasses.
• Do not position head directly over or in front of
carburetor or throttle body. Engine backfire can
occur when air cleaner is out of normal position.
• Keep a dry chemical (Class B) fire extinguisher
rated for gasoline, chemical electrical fires in the
work area.
Fire can cause death or serious injury.
II
Safety Information
Risk of entanglement.
• Do not place test equipment or tools on fenders or
other places in engine compartment.
• Keep yourself, clothing and tester leads clear of
moving parts such as fan blades, pulleys, hood
and doors.
• Barriers are recommended to help identify danger
zones in test area.
• Prevent personnel from walking through
immediate test area.
Contact with moving parts can cause injury.
Risk of expelling fuel, oil vapors, hot steam, hot toxic
exhaust gases and other debris.
• Wear safety goggles and protective clothing, user
and bystander.
• Engine systems can malfunction expelling fuel, oil
vapors, hot steam, hot toxic exhaust gases and
other debris.
Fuel, oil vapors, hot steam, hot toxic exhaust gases, and
other debris can cause serious injury.
Risk of burns.
• Do not remove radiator cap unless engine is cold.
• Pressurized engine coolant may be hot.
Burns can cause injury.
Risk of burns.
• Do not touch hot exhaust systems, manifolds,
engines, radiators, etc.
• Wear gloves when handling hot engine
components.
Hot components can cause injury.
Risk of unexpected vehicle movement.
• Block drive wheels before performing a test with
engine running.
• Unless instructed otherwise, set parking brake and
put gear selector in neutral for standard
transmissions or park for automatic
transmissions.
• If vehicle has an automatic parking brake release,
disconnect release mechanism for testing and
reconnect when testing is completed.
• Do not leave a running engine unattended.
A moving vehicle can cause injury.
III
Safety Information
Misdiagnosis may lead to incorrect or improper repair
and/or adjustment.
Do not rely on erratic, questionable, or obviously
erroneous test information or results. If test
information or results are erratic, questionable, or
obviously erroneous, make sure that all connections
and data entry information are correct and that the
test procedure was performed correctly. If test
information or results are still suspicious, do not
use them for diagnosis. Contact White Industries®
customer services.
Improper repair and/or adjustment may cause vehicle or
equipment damage or unsafe operation.
Risk of flying particles.
• Wear safety goggles user and bystander. Rotating
engine parts can cause flying particles.
• Make sure gauge reads zero before connecting or
disconnecting hose connections to adapters.
• Make sure cooling system pressure has been
relieved before connecting or disconnecting hose
connections and adapters.
• Make sure gauge reads zero before removing
supply tank cap.
Flying particles can cause eye injury.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
IV
Table of Contents
Safety .................................................................................................................... I
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 1-1
Functional Description ......................................................................................................
Front Panel ..................................................................................................................
Back Panel ..................................................................................................................
Control Panel ..............................................................................................................
Accessories ................................................................................................................
Key Terms ..................................................................................................................
Specifications ....................................................................................................................
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
Installation and Operation ................................................................................ 2-1
Testing Tips ................................................................................................................ 2-1
Valve Position Chart .......................................................................................................... 2-2
Preparing Vehicle for Service ............................................................................................ 2-4
Pressure Test .................................................................................................................... 2-4
Drain and Fill .................................................................................................................... 2-7
Power Drain Recovery Tank ............................................................................................ 2-10
Recycle Used Coolant from Recovery Tank .................................................................... 2-11
Maintenance ...................................................................................................... 3-1
Cleaning Recovery Hose Strainer ......................................................................................
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................
Replacement Parts ............................................................................................................
Optional Accessories ........................................................................................................
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-3
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Table of Contents
ii
Table of Illustrations
Introduction
Figure
Figure
Figure
Figure
1-1:
1-2:
1-3:
1-4:
Front Panel ....................................................................................................
Back Panel ....................................................................................................
Control Panel ................................................................................................
DF1000™ Accessories ..................................................................................
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
Installation and Operation
Figure 2-1: Recovery Hose and Adapter Attached to Radiator .......................................... 2-5
Figure 2-2: Supply Hose and Adapter Attached to Engine ................................................ 2-5
Table 2-1: Cooling System Pressure Ranges .................................................................... 2-7
Maintenance
Figure 3-1: Strainer Assembly .......................................................................................... 3-1
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Table of Illustrations
iv
Using this Manual
This manual contains instructions for use and setup of your
DF1000™ unit. A table of contents and table of illustrations are
provided to make this manual easy to use.
Some of the information shown in text or illustrations is obtained
using optional equipment.
Conventions
This section contains a list of conventions used in text.
Check Note
A check note provides additional information about the subject
in the preceding paragraph.
Example:
✓ A pulsating recovery hose (red) is a normal condition
while draining.
Equipment Tips
Equipment tips provide information that applies to specific
equipment. Each tip is introduced by this icon ❐ for easy
identification.
Example:
❐ When servicing coolant systems, the coolant in the overflow
bottle should also be removed. Use the suction wand to
remove the coolant.
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Using this Manual
Safety Messages
Safety messages are provided to help prevent personal injury
and equipment damage. All safety messages are introduced by
a signal word indicating the hazard level. The types of safety
messages are:
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury
to the operator or to bystanders.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, could result in death or serious injury
to the operator or to bystanders.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, may result in moderate or minor injury
to the operator or to bystanders.
Some safety messages also contain visual symbols with signal
words.
Example:
Engine systems can malfunction expelling fuel, oil
vapors, hot steam, hot toxic exhaust gases, acid,
refrigerant and other debris.
Wear safety goggles and protective gloves, user and
bystander. Everyday eyeglasses only have impact
resistant lenses, they are NOT safety glasses.
Engine systems that malfunction can cause injury.
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1
Introduction
The White DF1000™ unit, part number EESE504A, is a device
that removes and refills engine coolant and also pressure tests
the cooling system. Coolant is extracted and refilled through
the upper radiator hose connection without the vehicle engine
running. Before coolant refill, a vacuum is applied to the cooling
system to eliminate any air in the system.
Functional Description
Front Panel
Figure 1-1: Front Panel
A — Supply Tank Fill Port
Filler neck for supply tank reservoir.
B — Supply Tank Sight Tube
Sight tube used to determine level of fresh coolant in supply
tank.
1-1
Introduction
C — Recovery Tank Sight Tube
Sight tube used to determine level of used coolant in recovery
tank.
D — Control Panel
Houses air regulator valve, pressure gauge and control valves A
and B.
E — Tray
Use for tool and adapter storage.
Back Panel
Figure 1-2: Back Panel
A — Supply Tank Hose (blue) and Valve
B — Recovery Tank Hose (red) and Valve
C — Recovery Hose Strainer
Strainer used to filter large contaminants from recovered
coolant.
D — Power Drain Hose and Valve
Used for draining of recovery tank.
E — Air Inlet Valve
Switches shop air supply ON or OFF.
1-2
Introduction
Control Panel
Figure 1-3: Control Panel
A — Air Pressure/Vacuum Gauge
Used to monitor pressure and vacuum applied to cooling
system.
B — Air Regulator Valve
Used to regulate air pressure applied to cooling system.
C — Control Valve A
Switches the DF1000™ unit between PRESSURE, HOLD, and
FILL/FLUSH operations.
D — Control Valve B
Switches the DF1000™ unit between DRAIN and FILL, and
DRAIN RECOVERY TANK operations.
1-3
Introduction
Accessories
Figure 1-4: DF1000™ Accessories
A — Suction Wand
Used to extract coolant from radiator or surge tank to lower
coolant level.
B — Hose Pinch Pliers
Small, medium and large pliers. Used to pinch-off hoses.
C — Multi-size Hoses and Adapters
Used to connect recovery (red) and supply (blue) hoses to the
vehicle cooling system. Adapters sizes are 1-1/4, 1-3/8, 1-1/2,
and 1-3/4.
1-4
Introduction
Key Terms
Use the following definitions for a description of control panel
figures.
REGULATOR
Changes the air pressure setting higher or lower.
HOLD
The supply hose (blue) is closed to allow a vacuum to evacuate
the remainder of the coolant in the cooling system.
PRESSURE
Air pressure is applied to the supply hose (blue) to assist in
cooling system draining and pressure testing.
FILL
New coolant from the supply tank is directed through the supply
hose (blue) to fill the cooling system.
DRAIN and FILL
The unit is in the DRAIN and FILL mode.
DRAIN RECOVERY TANK
The unit is in the DRAIN RECOVERY TANK mode.
1-5
Introduction
Specifications
Dimensions
Height
41.5”
Width
33”
Weight
123 lbs (tanks empty)
Power
Compressed shop air
90 PSI
Operating Temperature
0° to 120°F (-17.8° to 48.9°C)
Storage Temperature
-4° to 150°F (-20° to 65.5°C)
1-6
Depth
25.75”
2
Installation and
Operation
Testing Tips
❐ When servicing coolant systems, the coolant in the overflow
bottle should also be removed. Use the suction wand to
remove the coolant.
❐ When performing a Pressure Test, if coolant seeps into the
overflow bottle before the system is at the pressure specified
on the radiator cap, the pressure relief valve is bad and the
radiator cap needs to be replaced.
❐ DO NOT OVER FILL THE SYSTEM.
❐ Normal expansion rate for coolant is 4-7%. Fill overflow bottle
after the engine reaches normal operating temperature to
assure system will not be overfilled. An overfilled system will
expel any additional coolant during normal system expansion.
❐ When looking for coolant leaks:
— Check all hose connections prior to, in operation, and
after all tests are performed.
— Check heater core, water pump*, thermostat housing,
freeze plugs, and radiator for any visible leaks.
* Water pumps are sometimes located under timing belt
covers.
— If leaks are evident, but no visible leaks are found, check
the internal engine. The leak may be from a cracked
head, head gasket, intake, etc.
2-1
Installation and Operation
Valve Position Chart
Refer to this quick reference for correct valve positions during
operations.
Valve A
Valve B
Supply Hose
Valve
Recovery Hose
Valve
CLOSED
OPEN
PRESSURE APPLY TEST
OPEN
CLOSED
PRESSURE HOLD TEST
OPEN
CLOSED
DRAIN
OPEN
OPEN
EVACUATE
OPEN
OPEN
SUCTION WAND
2-2
Installation and Operation
Valve A
Supply Hose
Valve
Recovery Hose
Valve
HOLD
OPEN
CLOSED
FILL
OPEN
CLOSED
FLUSH
OPEN
OPEN
CLOSED
CLOSED
OPEN
CLOSED
DRAIN RECOVERY TANK
TOP OFF COOLING SYSTEM
✓
Valve B
Drain Recovery Tank hose valve must be closed during
all operations except, Drain Recovery Tank.
2-3
Installation and Operation
Preparing Vehicle for Service
Engine cooling systems run at high temperatures and
pressures. Allow coolant system to cool before attempting
service.
✓
Pressurized engine coolant may be hot and cause
injury.
1. Remove radiator or surge tank cap after coolant system
has cooled.
Pressure Test
Perform a pressure test on vehicle cooling system before
draining or refilling the system. Follow this procedure to
pressure test the cooling system. Refer to Valve Position Chart
in this chapter for proper valve positioning during operations.
1. Follow the steps in Preparing Vehicle for Service.
2. Close all hose valves and air supply valve on the
DF1000™ unit.
3. Turn Valve A to the left, pointing to the DRAIN position.
4. Turn Valve B up, pointing to the DRAIN and FILL position.
5. Connect shop air to the DF1000™ unit and turn air
regulator knob counterclockwise until it stops.
6. Attach suction wand to the recovery hose (red).
7. Open air supply valve and recovery hose (red) valve.
8. Use suction wand to extract coolant from radiator or
surge tank until coolant level is below upper radiator
hose port.
9. Close recovery hose (red) valve.
— Close air supply valve if desired to reduce noise.
10. Disconnect upper radiator hose from radiator, thermostat
housing, or intake manifold.
11. Connect recovery hose (red) and adapter to radiator side
of disconnected radiator or hose, refer to fig. 2-1.
2-4
Installation and Operation
Figure 2-1: Recovery Hose and Adapter Attached to Radiator
12. Connect supply hose (blue) and adapter to engine side of
disconnected radiator hose, refer to fig. 2-2.
Figure 2-2: Supply Hose and Adapter Attached to Engine
13. Replace radiator or surge tank cap.
14. Open air supply valve and supply hose (blue) valve.
— Make sure recovery hose (red) valve remains closed.
15. SLOWLY turn the air regulator knob clockwise until gauge
pressure reaches the cooling system pressure rating.
— Cooling system pressure rating can be found on
radiator cap, or verify rating in owner’s manual or
factory repair manual.
16. Turn Valve A to HOLD position when gauge reads the
specified pressure and inspect cooling system for leaks.
2-5
Installation and Operation
If Leak is Found
1. Close air supply valve.
2. Position Valve A to the left, pointing to the PRESSURE
position.
3. Close supply hose (blue) valve when gauge reads zero.
4. Drain coolant from vehicle cooling system using the
DF1000™ unit, refer to Drain and Fill in this chapter
without performing the Fill portion.
5. Disconnect the DF1000™ unit from the vehicle and repair
leak.
6. After leaks are repaired, repeat Pressure Test.
If No Leaks are Found but Pressure Gauge Drops
1. Observe pressure gauge.
2. Pressure should not drop below pressure indicated in
Table 2-1 after 1 minute.
— No pressure drop, proceed to Drain and Fill in this
chapter.
3. If pressure drops, check radiator or surge tank cap for
inadequate holding capacity.
— If air or coolant is venting into overflow reservoir or
out of the surge tank at pressures below those
specified in Table 2-1, replace the radiator or surge
tank cap.
4. If pressure drops and radiator or surge tank cap is okay,
a leaky head gasket or other internal engine problem
may exist.
— Consult factory service and diagnosis procedures for
vehicle cooling system.
5. Disconnect the DF1000™ unit from the vehicle and repair
leak.
6. After leaks are repaired, repeat Pressure Test.
2-6
Installation and Operation
If No Leaks are Found and Pressure Gauge is Stable
1. Pressure test is complete.
2. Close air supply valve.
3. Turn Valve A to the left, pointing to the DRAIN position.
4. Perform Drain and Fill if desired.
Radiator or Surge Cap
Pressure Ranges
4 PSI Cap
7 PSI Cap
10 PSI Cap
13 or 14 PSI Cap
15 or 16 PSI Cap
18 PSI Cap
20 PSI Cap
30 PSI Cap
3-5 lbs
6-8 lbs
9-11 lbs
12-16 lbs
14-18 lbs
16-20 lbs
18-22 lbs
28-30 lbs
Subtract one lb from lbs reading for used caps.
e.g.: 15 or 16 PSI Cap would be 13-18 lbs.
Table 2-1: Cooling System Pressure Ranges
Drain and Fill
Conventional Thermostat Location
Follow this procedure to drain and fill the cooling system.
1. Verify recovery tank of the DF1000™ unit is not full and
there is enough room left to complete a Drain and Fill
process.
2. Verify supply tank level of the DF1000™ unit is adequate
enough to complete a Drain and Fill process.
3. Pinch off overflow hose between radiator neck and
overflow reservoir with supplied hose pinch pliers.
✓
On vehicles with a heater hose connected to the
radiator, pinch off heater hose also.
— Use two or three hose pinch pliers to pinch off hoses
connected to surge tank, including the overflow hose
connected to the surge tank neck, if applicable.
4. Make sure all hose valves are closed.
5. Make sure adapters and hoses are connected to vehicle
as described in Pressure Test in this chapter.
2-7
Installation and Operation
6. Turn Valve A to the left, pointing to the DRAIN position.
7. Turn Valve B up, pointing to the DRAIN and FILL position.
8. Open air supply valve.
9. Adjust air regulator to 8-12 PSI.
10. Open supply (blue) and recovery hose (red) valves and
observe old coolant flowing through the recovery hose
(red) into the recovery tank.
✓
A pulsating recovery hose (red) is a normal condition
while draining.
11. Turn Valve A clockwise to HOLD position when stream of
old coolant is replaced by the flow of air.
✓
Cooling system hoses will collapse.
12. When vacuum gauge reading reaches 13-17 in. Hg.,
close recovery hose (red) valve.
— Gauge should not deviate from 13-17 in. Hg. If
gauge reading drops, check system for leaks.
— In some instances the vacuum gauge reading will not
reach 13-17 in. Hg. due to the upper or lower
radiator hose collapsing. If this occurs continue to
step 13.
13. Turn Valve A clockwise to FILL position. A rush of new
coolant will pass through the supply hose (blue) and into
vehicle’s cooling system.
14. When gauge reads 8-12 PSI, open recovery hose (red)
valve to allow more old coolant to flow out of vehicle
cooling system.
15. Close recovery hose (red) valve when coolant flow
through recovery hose (red) turns from old to new
coolant.
✓
Wait for cooling system hoses to fully expand before
continuing.
16. Close supply hose (blue) and air supply valves.
17. When gauge reads zero, open recovery (red) and supply
hose (blue) valves.
— This will relieve pressure within cooling system and
remove a small amount of coolant so radiator cap, if
applicable, can be removed with minimal spillage.
2-8
Installation and Operation
18. Close recovery (red) and supply hose (blue) valves.
19. Remove recovery (red) and supply hose (blue) quick
couplers from adapters.
✓
If coolant is still present in the adapters:
— Reinstall quick couplers on adapters.
— Open air supply valve.
— Open recovery hose (red) valve long enough to
allow a small amount of coolant to be removed from
the system, then close valve.
— On vehicles with radiator caps, remove cap to
determine coolant level in radiator. When coolant
level is low enough, adapters can be removed with
minimal spillage.
— On vehicles with surge tanks, open recovery hose
(red) valve for about 2 seconds to bring coolant level
low enough to remove adapters with minimal
spillage.
20. Close air supply valve.
21. Reinstall upper radiator hose.
22. Remove radiator or surge tank cap.
23. Remove all hose pinch pliers from hoses.
24. Fill overflow reservoir or surge tank with new coolant to
proper level.
25. Top off radiator with new coolant, if applicable.
The supply hose (blue) can be used with the suction
wand to top off the cooling system. To fill:
— Connect suction wand to end of supply hose (blue).
— Turn Valve A to the FILL position.
— Open air supply and supply hose (blue) valves.
26. Reinstall radiator or surge tank cap.
✓
If cooling system contains a bleed screw or cap, follow
manufacturer’s instructions to ensure the system is
properly purged of air.
27. Start vehicle engine and allow it to run until it reaches
normal operating temperature and the thermostat has
opened.
— Verify vehicle’s heat is operating properly while
engine is running.
2-9
Installation and Operation
Alternate Thermostat Location
On some vehicles the thermostat is located at the point where
the lower radiator hose is connected to the engine.
1. These applications may require connecting recovery hose
(red) to the engine side and the supply hose (blue) to the
radiator side of the upper radiator hose.
2. If insufficient coolant flow is observed in the recovery
hose (red) during drain cycle:
— Close air supply valve,
— Wait for gauge to read zero,
— Close hose valves and disconnect hoses from
adapters,
— Reverse connection of hoses on adapters, and
— Continue Drain and Fill process.
Power Drain Recovery Tank
The recovery tank needs to be drained when full. Shop air is
diverted to the recovery tank to assist the draining process.
Follow these steps to drain the recovery tank.
1. Close all hose valves on the DF1000™ unit.
2. Turn Valve A to the left, pointing to the PRESSURE
position.
3. Turn Valve B down, pointing to the DRAIN RECOVERY
TANK position.
4. Connect shop air to the DF1000™ unit and adjust air
regulator valve to achieve 8-12 PSI.
5. Open drain hose valve and drain used coolant.
✓
2-10
Properly dispose or recycle used coolant.
Installation and Operation
Recycle Used Coolant from
Recovery Tank
Used coolant in the recovery tank can be filtered using the
optional Drain and Fill Add-on Recycler kit part number
EAK0239L01A, (see a White Industries® dealer for details). If
the optional recycler kit is installed, follow these steps to recycle
coolant.
1. Close all hose valves on the DF1000™ unit.
2. Turn Valve A to the left, pointing to the DRAIN position.
3. Turn Valve B down, pointing to the DRAIN RECOVERY
TANK position.
4. Remove supply tank fill cap if recycled coolant is to be
directed to the supply tank.
5. Connect shop air to the DF1000™ unit and adjust air
regulator valve to achieve 8-12 PSI.
6. Turn manual valve on recycler kit to the RECYCLE
position.
7. Position end of drain hose to direct filtered coolant into
the supply tank or other coolant collection container.
8. Open drain hose valve and drain filtered coolant.
✓
Add proper additives to the filtered coolant.
2-11
Installation and Operation
2-12
3
Maintenance
Use this chapter to maintain the DF1000™ unit.
✓
Troubleshooting information and a list of parts and
accessories are also included.
Cleaning Recovery Hose Strainer
The recovery hose strainer needs to be cleaned after every
Drain and Fill operation. Follow this procedure to clean the
strainer.
1. Unscrew strainer bowl from housing.
✓
Be careful not to lose rubber bowl gasket.
2. Remove strainer screen and clean with running water
and/or wipe clean with a shop towel.
✓
Be careful not to deform strainer screen.
3. Clean rubber gasket if necessary.
4. Re-install strainer screen, rubber gasket and strainer
bowl. Strainer bowl should be installed onto housing
finger tight.
✓
Do not overtighten strainer bowl.
Figure 3-1: Strainer Assembly
3-1
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Machine does not work,
works very slow, or gauge
pressure does not reach
desired reading
Gauge does not reach
desired vacuum during
evacuation cycle
Machine drains very little
or no coolant during drain
cycle
Machine does not
completely fill cooling
system with new coolant
3-2
Possible Cause
Remedy
• Low or no shop air pressure
— Check shop air
pressure
• Shop air not connected to
machine
— Connect shop air hose
to air supply valve
• Leaky hose or connection
— Check shop air and the
DF1000™ hose
connections and fittings
• Supply tank fill cap off or not
tight
— Install or tighten filler cap
• Low shop air pressure
— Check shop air
pressure
• Hose(s) not pinched off on
surge tank or overflow tank
— Check all hoses
connected to surge tank
and/or overflow are
pinched off
• Leaky hose or connection
— Check shop air, hose
connections, and fittings
• Recovery tank full
(Check valve on recovery tank
closed, shutting off vacuum to
recovery tank and hose)
— Drain recovery tank
(refer to Power Drain
Recovery Tank)
• Recovery and supply hose
connections reversed
— Reverse recovery and
supply hose connections
(refer to Drain and Fill)
• Recovery hose strainer is
blocked with debris
— Clean strainer (refer to
Cleaning Recovery Hose
Strainer)
• Supply tank level too low before — Add coolant to supply
starting drain and fill process
tank and repeat fill cycle
Maintenance
Replacement Parts
Part Number
Description
EAA0196L47AR .............................. Suction Wand Assembly
EAA0195L26AR.......................... Radiator Adapter Assembly
1-1/4” to 1-3/8”
EAA0195L27AR.......................... Radiator Adapter Assembly
1-1/2” to 1-3/4”
8-850.............................................. Hose Pinch Pliers, Large
8-950 .......................................... Hose Pinch Pliers, Medium
8-1150 ............................................ Hose Pinch Pliers, Small
5-4835-030 ...................... Rubber Coolant Hose, 1-1/4” I.D.
5-4935-030 ...................... Rubber Coolant Hose, 1-3/8” I.D.
5-5035-030 ...................... Rubber Coolant Hose, 1-1/2” I.D.
5-5135-030 ...................... Rubber Coolant Hose, 1-3/4” I.D.
Optional Accessories
EAK0239L01A .................................... Drain and Fill Add-on
Recycler Option Kit
3-3
Maintenance
3-4
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