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Model PG-239
Electronic Automatic Grommet
Operating Manual
(800) 624-2408 (530) 626-9386 Fax (530) 626-5144
6686 Merchandise Way Diamond Springs, Ca 95619
www.sineqco.com
INTRODUCTION
MACHINE MODEL PG-239 AUTOMATIC WITH TWO DEPOSITS TO PLACE
GROMMET AND WASHER.
The object of this machine is to place grommet and washer in canvas, curtains, or any
other material that requires this kind of reinforcement, can be used to place the
grommet and washer, only the grommet or to simply perforate the material.
- Lack of familiarity with the machine usually leads the operator to elemental doubts
about its operation.
- Read this manual carefully to securely operate and optimize the machine’s
capability.
- We urge you to follow this advice, and appreciate your trust at the moment of buying
the machine.
SINCLAIR EQUIPMENT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY ABOUT THE
INCORRECT USE OF THIS MANUAL OR INCORRECT
INTERPRETATION OF THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED.
MACHINE IDENTIFICATION AND PLATES
This machine includes an aluminum plate attached with four rivets indicating the
following:
Factory Name
Manufacturing Year
Model and Manufacturing number
Power in kw
Air pressure (on pneumatic machines)
CE Mark
Weight in Kilograms
DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE AND ITS OPERATION.
MACHINE MODEL PG-239. AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC WITH TWO HOPPER BOXES FOR
PLACING GROMMET AND WASHER.
The machine consists of a metallic stand with a wood base on which the machine is mounted. The
pedal and the electronic equipment that control the machine are located in the stand.
The head of the machine is comprised of a machine housing and two raceways (one on each side).
The moving parts in the machine are located inside the housing, such as: the main motor, axles,
eccentrics, bearings, etc. The grommets and the washers use the two raceways to descend.
The PG-239 model is designed to automatically place the grommets with washers, the grommet
without the washer, or to punch holes in the material. Facing the machine, the grommets are placed
in the left hopper box “ A1 ” and the washers in hopper box “ B1 ”.
Both hopper boxes are rotated by individual 24V motors. The grommets that descend along the left
raceway “ A2 ” are held by a small finger, which stops them from falling.
Lower horizontal guides hold the washers descending along the right raceway “ B2 ”.
The machine is controlled by an electronic unit designated IMO V3 “ C ”, located inside the
mounting stand. The IMO V3 unit receives an electric signal through pedal “ D ” that allows the
main motor “ E ”located behind the head, to quickly rotate and haul the
flywheel (part no. 274) with a belt making a 360° rotation causing the motor to stop sharply.
The flywheel (part no. 274) has a main shaft (part no. 207) that joins the plunger with the other
moving parts. By rotating 360°, it exerts pressure on the driving stem and therefore the grommeting
action is completed.
The top set spindle (part no. 218) inside the top set (part no.217) inserts itself inside the grommet
and pulls it down from raceway “ A2 ”. At the same time the slide (part no. 297) pushes the washer
from the slide track and places it exactly on top of the bottom set (part no. 219).
A1
B1
A2
E
B2
C
D
INSTALLATION
The operator can work in a seated position.
The minimum space recommended is 7ft width by 5ft depth.
The machine comes with a 6 ft long cable.
WARNING: We recommend not having the power cord totally stretched.
MACHINE HANDLING
The transportation of this machine requires a series of operations.
Some of these operations may imply dangerous situations so please follow the following advise:
- Never stand beneath the cargo.
- Always lift the cargo gently.
- Avoid balancing the cargo.
- No brisk movements.
- Do not place yourself in the cargo moving trajectory.
- Use the correct equipment to move cargos.
- Check this equipment periodically.
The machine will carry packaging which is sufficient to avoid knocking or scraping any of its
components. We advise that wooden packaging, in box or cage form, should always be used, always
with adequate protection and the machine properly secured.
The machines should always travel in the vertical position and never be overturned.
UNLOADING AND LEVELLING
The machine should be unloaded by means of a crane, using ropes at both sides of the box. If the
machine comes in a box or cage, it can be unloaded using a fork lift.
When the machine is on the floor, totally unpacked, it is to be transported by means of a pallet jack
to its permanent location.
The machine comes out of the factory totally leveled, and does not need to be secured to the floor.
It incorporates rubber leg tips for it not to move with vibration during use.
The floor underneath should be firm and strong.
LEARNING INSTRUCTIONS
!BEFORE STARTING THE MACHINE, READ THESE WARNINGS CAREFULLY!
- Before connecting the machine to the electrical outlet or the compressor, it should be placed in its
permanent location. Do not connect any electrical devices to the machine before it has been placed
in its permanent location.
- Cleaning, manipulation and replacement of parts of the machine must always be carried out with
the machine disconnected from the mains power supply.
™ Do not remove from the machine any parts which protect the user from possible accidents, or
adhesive labels or signs indicating electrical or hazardous components.
! DANGEROUS AREA !
The most dangerous zone in the PG-239, is the denominated
“Grommeting area”.
Never manipulate this zone without unplugging the machine
from the electrical source.
This zone is protected with an acrylic lid and a protection ring that prevent the fingers from getting
in this area.
MACHINE DESCRIPTION
The PG-239 model is an automatic electronic machine designed to set grommets with washers,
grommets without washers or to make holes in the material.
Each machine is manufactured for a specific size of grommet and washer. Grommet models may
differ in: the head size “B”, the length “C”, the interior diameter of tube “A”, the thickness, etc; and
the washer models may differ in: the exterior diameter “B”, & the interior diameter of washer hole
“A”, the washer shape, etc.
SINCLAIR EQUIPMENT RECOMMENDS YOU TO USE ALWAYS THE SAME TYPE OF
GROMMET AND WASHER FOR WHICH THE MACHINE WAS DESIGNED. In order for the
machine to set different grommet and washer models, certain parts need to be changed (the raceway
and the top and bottom sets); but you always have to use the same washer the machine was
manufactured for.
In order for the machine to set different grommet models, certain parts need to be changed.
(SEE THE ADJUSTMENTS SECTION OF MANUAL.)
SINCLAIR EQUIPMENT will accept no responsibility arising from the use of this machine in any
way different from that which is described in this instruction manual.
SETTING UP THE MACHINE FOR ITS OPERATION
PLEASE VERIFY THESE ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE CONNECTING THE MACHINE.
Before starting the machine for the first time, and each time the location of the machine is changed,
or any changes are made in parts or any adjustments are done to it, we recommend the following
steps:
After placing and making the machine level in its permanent location “STILL WITHOUT
PLUGGING IT IN”, lubricate it with SAE 40 type oil in the grease cups and red marks. Let the oil
have enough time to cover the parts and then clean the excess oil that might remain or drip.
1- Remove the cap nº 158 “pulley cover” that covers the flywheel by loosening the 4 allen screws
that tighten it.
2- Rotate the flywheel nº 274 manually one cicle of 360º in the direction that the red arrow points
(clockwise).
3- Verify that the machine is moving freely.
4- Put the cap on again (nº 158) and tighten it with the 4 allen screws.
The machine is equipped in the base with an electronic device “IMO V3” and a control panel
showing the following features:
1- Main Switch: connects or disconnects all of the machine systems. When the switch is pushed
towards the symbol “I”, the led will light showing that the machine is “ON”.
2- Marcha: red led shows that the machine is connected and in stand-by mode.
3- Status: green led will light every time we press the pedal indicating that the machine is in
operation. If illuminated in a pulsating fashion, it indicates failure, disconnect the machine
immediately.
4- Green pointer or switch: turns the lighted pointer on or off. Only in those machines equipped with
this device (optional).
5- Red switch or feeder: connects or disconnects the two 24V motors that make the grommets and
washers rotate in the deposits.
6- Washer detector: detects the flow of washers in the railing. When selected with the position “0”, it
does not detect the washers in the railing, and the machine may place only grommets or punch holes.
When pulsated to the outermost position “1”, it detects the washers, and will not allow to place the
grommet without a washer or to punch holes. The railing must have at least 8 washers for this
feature to work properly.
The position" 2" and" 3" doesn't have application in this model of machine, we therefore will always
indicate" 0" or "1”.
7-
6 Amp fuse. Fuse holder. Uses a 6 amp fuse to protect the machine from high voltage.
4
6
5
2
3
7
1
The IMO V3 device is responsible for the electrical working of the machine.
It must not be opened or manipulated except by an authorized technician, or with the consent of
Sinclair Equipment.
OTHER MACHINE USES
For setting grommets without the washers, or punching out holes, all the washers must be removed
from the hopper box and the guides, the grommet raceway must be moved back and the top and
bottom dies (parts nº 217, 218, 219 and 229) must be replaced by other parts specific to this task.
THIS MACHINE MUST NOT BE USED FOR ANY FUNCTION OTHER THAN THAT FOR
WHICH IT WAS ORIGINALLY DESIGNED AND WHICH IS SPECIFIED IN THIS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL: THE AUTOMATIC SETTING OF GROMMETS WITHOUT
WASHERS, GROMMETS ONLY, OR HOLE PUNCHING ONLY.
ADJUSTMENTS
Each PG-239 machine places a grommet model and a washer, although other grommet dimensions
may be placed by replacing the corresponding parts. This replacement is quick and simple. In order
to fix a different grommet model a whole new raceway is needed together with the appropriate set of
dies.
With the machine unplugged:
1- Remove the stripper plate spring nº 237 from the raceway spring nut nº 238 which holds it in
place.
2- Loosen both mounting screws nº 244 which are holding the front hopper box mounting bracket nº
240.
3- Use both hands for holding the grommet hopper box housing nº 242 and the grommet hopper box
bottom plate nº 241and begin to push upwards (with slight clockwise rotations) in order to remove
the whole raceway from the front hopper box mounting bracket nº 240.
The whole set of dies or some of its parts (part nº 217, 218, 219 y 229) will have to be replaced
according to the different grommet models.
The dealer that sold you this machine or directly Sinclair will let you know about the parts that
should be replaced. If no part of the set of dies needs to be replaced, continue at point 8.
Changing the whole set of dies:
4- Pull upwardsthe ring compensator nº 233C by moving the compensator base latch nº 196 that
holds it.
5- Unscrew the top die nº 217, remove the top set spindle nº 218 and the top set spindle spring nº 229
, which are inside the top die. Unscrew the bottom die nº 219.
6- Replace the set of dies corresponding to the new grommet size, in the same order in which the
other parts were removed. Firstly the top die nº 217
with the top set spindle nº 218 and the top set
spindle spring nº 229 and then remove the bottom die nº 219.
7- Replace the ring compensator nº 233C around the bottom die nº 219, fit the compensator base
latch nº 196 into the ring compensator groove nº 233C in order to hold it in place.
Before starting the machine, it is necessary to adjust the tightness of your setting (Point 4.2.
Adjusting the tightness of setting, change of dies; page 12).
8- Fit the new grommet raceway into the front hopper box mounting bracket nº 240 while manually
rotating it back and forth, so that the driving stem nº 243 which is in the lower part, gets into the
hopper box motor spin axis nº 239.
9- Tighten both 6 allen screws nº 244 for holding the part nº 240
,
10- Hold the stripper plate spring nº 237, which is held in place by the raceway spring nut nº 238.
11- The lower part of the raceway where the grommet you are going to set is placed, must be on the
same vertical line as the spindle nº 218 so the spindle can take the grommet while coming down,
12- Adjust the tightness of setting (Point 4.2. Adjust the tightness of setting and changing dies).
Remember you have to keep using the same washer model, you must not change it.
ADJUSTING THE TIGHTNESS OF SETTING, CHANGING DIES
Machine model PG-239 can set grommets in different types of material of different thicknesses. For
a perfect grommeting action you can adjust the pressure that the dies put on the grommets. Each time
the dies are changed, or a different material is used, it may be necessary to adjust the machine so that
a proper setting is achieved.
Machine model PG-239 has two vertical axles:
- Nº 230 “Driving stem” that governs the cutting pressure, and,
- Nº 215CA “Plunger” that governs the pressure of the grommeting.
If you want to change the whole set of dies, you must follow the instructions from number 4 to
number 7 shown at point 4.1.Change of grommet model; page 11. You must always change the dies
with the machine disconnected from power source.
With the machine unplugged.
CUTTING PRESSURE:
- Remove the flywheel cover part nº 158A
- Manually rotate flywheel nº 274 (clockwise) until top set spindle nº 218, is in its lowest point
- Unscrew nut that holds the bottom die in place, then rotate the bottom die holder part nº 220
until the bottom die part nº 219 barely touches the top set spindle part nº 218. Secure the bottom die
holder part nº 220 through nut. The pressure of the spindle nº 218 against the bottom die nº 219
must be minimum, the pressure which is sufficient for punching a hole on a piece of paper.
PRESSURE OF THE GROMMETING:
- By unscrewing nut part nº 216 you will be able to turn the top set nº 217 to the right or left, until
the distance between the bottom die nº 219 and the top die nº 217 equals approximately the thickness
of the material used for setting the grommets,
- Manually rotate flywheel nº 274 (clockwise) and check weather the adjustment of the dies is
correct,
- Secure the top set nº 217 through nut nº 216
- Replace the flywheel cover nº 158
SETTING GROMMETS ONLY, WITHOUT THE WASHERS
Machine model PG-239 can also place grommets without the washers.
With the machine unplugged:
- Empty the hopper box and the raceway of washers,
- On the “IMO V3” turn the washer detection switch to the “0” position.
- Adjust the pressure of the grommeting and the cutting pressure
For placing grommets without washers, we advice you to replace the bottom die #219 with another
one specific to this task.
PERFORATING ONLY
If what you want is simply to make perforations in the material, you must place a new complete set
of dies and make the following adjustments:
With the machine disconnected from the power source:
- Empty both the deposits and railings of any grommets and washers,
- Move the grommet railing to the left and secure it with a small puncher to the front raceway
bracket part nº 272 ,
- Next place the new complete set of dies and adjust the machine’s pressure.
- In the control panel “IMO V3” the washer detector switch must be set to the “0” position.
PLACEMENT LASER LIGHT (OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES)
-
Your machine has an optional laser light that emits a red laser beam that can help with the
placement of the grommet and washer.
- The machine includes a switch for this device, in the “IMO V3”. For connecting the switch
see Electric installation.
Note: Although the light power of this laser is very small. DO NOT SHINE THIS LIGHT
DIRECTLY IN ANYONE’S EYES SINCE IT COULD BE HARMFUL. KEEP IT AWAY FROM
CHILDREN.
- For small grommets and washers, the machine may come with a little air pipe attached to the
washer raceway, which blows the washer down onto their right position, by means of an air
compressor.
- For placing grommets and washers in materials such as: canvas, sailcloth, etc, a small metallic tray
may be attached to the machine, in order to be used as a base for the material.
- If you wish to know the amount of grommets and washers that you set each day, you can use a
grommet and washer meter.
- The back side of the grommet may have two shapes after having been placed in the material: 1)
ring shaped grommeting, 2) star-flower shaped grommeting, depending on the kind of bottom die
that you use:
Ask for the flower-shaped or ring-shaped bottom die nº 219 according to the kind of grommeting
that you wish to obtain.
Due to differences in the tension of different supply systems, the top-set spindle stop-position nº 218
may not be correct, and the spindle stops at a point lower than normal. If you change the position of
the detector screw nº 171 by screwing it into another hole (generally the one next to it) of the
flywheel nº 274, we will be able to stop the top set spindle nº 218 in another position. The correct
position is as high as possible.
MAINTENANCE
MECHANICAL PART OF THE MACHINE:
For an optimal operation of the machine, it is recommended that you keep some parts clean and
always lubricated. The cleaning should ALWAYS be done with the machine disconnected from the
electrical power source and the compressor.
The pedal we press to operate the machine should always be clean and clear of any debris that could
prevent its normal operation.
The exterior of the machine should be cleaned with a rag that will not leave threads, so that the
threads can not be stuck to the machine.
The head of the machine has exterior grease cups. You must use a manual pressure oil can to inject
oil (the oil type to be used should be “SAE 40”) into the grease cups two or three times a week. We
recommend to do this at the end of the journey, and clean up the possible excess oil the next day.
During the first month of operation it must be done twice per week. After the first month it only
needs to be done once a week.
If the machine is going to go for a long period of time without use, it will be necessary to do a
general cleaning, and greasing in the indicated spots, disconnecting it from the compressor or from
the power source (if it has any electrical devices), and then cover it so that it is protected from the
dust and/or humidity.
ELECTRICAL PART OF THE MACHINE:
The electrical part of the machine the IMO V3 is clearly marked with a yellow triangle and does not
need any type of maintenance. Do not open unless directed to do so by Sinclair.
The electrical parts of the machine: motors, cables, etc, come completely sealed and secured through
nuts. The electrical parts need no maintenance, do not open or manipulate them.
Parts nº 149 flywheel optical detector and nº 338 optical washer detector, should be kept clean, and
to achieve this, they should be wiped with a dry cloth.
If an optional laser light nº 155 has been installed, it needs no cleaning or maintenance, and
remember that you must never shine it directly in anybody’s eyes, since it could be harmful.
Both the main motor and the two hopper box motors are totally sealed and do not require any
maintenance.
TROUBLESHOOTING
SECURITY
As we have indicated in the manual, the PG-239 machine has a series of protection devices to
prevent the operator from getting his fingers caught or any other kind of accident. PLEASE DO
NOT REMOVE THESE PROTECTION DEVICES.
The most dangerous area in the PG-239 is the grommeting area “C” where the operator may get his
fingers or his hands caught. In order to prevent this, some protection devices have been installed:
In figure 4 “C” we indicate the area we consider dangerous for the operator.
This area “C” is protected by:
- A part #167 transparent acrylic shield that allows vision but does not permit the worker to
introduce his hands, indicated in figure 4.
- A ring guard part #165 indicated in figure 7, that prevents the worker from accidentally introducing
fingers or hands in the grommeting area.
- The waste material pipe #350 is used for absorbing the remaining pieces of material that are left
after the grommeting action. This pipe allows the operator to work more comfortably.
These protection devices are tightly held through screws, that prevent them from becoming
detached.
All areas considered dangerous are marked and securely enclosed.
The sticker shown in figure 5 warns you that the grommeting area "C" is a dangerous area, and the
machine must always be unplugged before making any adjustments in that area.
All mechanical, electric and pneumatic parts are securely enclosed and tightly screwed up.
When the machine includes an optional device such as a laser pointer part #155C, you must not
shine this pointer directly in anyone’s eyes since it could be harmful, and keep it away from
children.
We strongly warn you that for any adjustment or any other manipulation that needs to be done, the
machine must be disconnected from the electrical power source and the compressor air inlet.
For any problem that may arise and can not be solved, please call the nearest distributor or get in
contact directly with Sinclair Equipment.
Schematic
#
Part #
E
113
114
115
149
153
154
PGR239E
PGR239113
PGR239114
PGR239115
PGR239149
PGR239153
PGR239154
155
PGR239155
155c
156
157
158
158a
PGR239155C
PGR239156
PGR239157
PGR239158
PGR239158A
158b
PGR239158B
160
PGR239160
Description
Schematic
#
Part #
Description
Electronic Device IMO V3
Threaded Pin
Nut
Screw
Flywheel Detector
Laser Pointer Bracket
Laser Pointer Threaded
Support
Laser Pointer
171
173
174
175
200
203
204
PGR239171
PGR239173
PGR239174
PGR239175
PGR239200
PGR239203
PGR239204
206
PGR239206
Laser Pointer Set
Flywheel Detector Bracket
Motor Cover
Flywheel Cover
Upper Part of Flywheel
Cover
Bottom Part Of Flywheel
Cover
Main Motor
274
325
339
341
344
PGR239274
PGR239325
PGR239339
PGR239341
PGR239344
Flywheel Detector Screw
Bracket
Magnet 7mm
Part to fix with magnet
Housing For Machine
Cover for Plunger Unit
Motor Mount Bolts, Nuts,
& Washers (4)
Machine House Bolts,Nuts,
& Washers (4)
Flywheel
Electric Foot Pedal
Screw For Plastic Cover
Hinge
Transformer Laser
347
PGR239347
Foot Pedal Protector
361
PGR239361
Drive Belt
Schematic
#
62
Part #
Schematic
#
PGR239165
PGR239165H
PGR239190
Plunger
227
PGR239227
183CA
PGR239183CA
228
PGR239228
Raceway Cam Bracket
184CA
PGR239184CA
230
PGR239230
Driving Stem
185CA
PGR239185CA
231
PGR239231
202CA
215CA
PGR239202CA
PGR239215CA
Driving Stem Guide
Wheel
Driving Stem Pin
Screws to fix part #232
216
PGR239216
Upper part of washer
compensator axle
Lower part of washer
compensator axle
Washer forcompensator
axle
Plunger housing for 215
Upper guide collar
washer compensator
Lock Nut
222
PGR239222
Upper guide
224
225CA
232
M4X8
PGR239223
Description
Plunger guide wheel for
part #222
Screw for part 223
Bottom plunger ollar for
part #184ca
Raceway Cam
190
223
Part #
Screw To Fix Plunger
Hsng
Ring Guard
Ring Guard Bracket
165
165H
PGR23962
Description
PGR239224
PGR239225CA
PGR239232
PGR239M4X8
WITHOUT WASHER COMPENSATOR
Schematic
#
62
Part #
Schematic
#
Part #
Description
224
PGR239224
Screw for part 223
PGR239165
PGR239165H
Screw To Fix Plunger
Hsng
Ring Guard
Ring Guard Bracket
225
226
PGR239225
PGR239226
190
PGR239190
Plunger
227
PGR239227
Bottom Plunger Collar
Bottom Plunger Guide
Pin
Raceway Cam
202
215
216
PGR239202
PGR239215
PGR239216
Plunger Housing
Upper Guide Collar
Lock Nut
228
230
231
PGR239228
PGR239230
PGR239231
222
223
PGR239222
PGR239223
Upper Guide
Plunger guide wheel for
part #222
165
165H
PGR23962
Description
232
M4X8
PGR239232
PGR239M4X8
Raceway Cam Bracket
Driving Stem
Driving Stem Guide
Wheel
Driving Stem Pin
Screws to fix part #232
Schematic #
Part #
72
201
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
275
276
277
278
PGR23972
PGR239201
PGR239207
PGR239208
PGR239209
PGR239210
PGR239211
PGR239212
PGR239213
PGR239214
PGR239275
PGR239276
PGR239277
PGR239278
Description
Screw for part 201
Mainshaft Housing
Crankshaft
Crankshaft Key Way
Front Crankshaft Key Way
Front Washer
Front Crankshaft Nut
Collar
Collar Insert
Plunger Cam
Flywheel Washer
Flywheel Spacer
Flywheel Nut
Washer Slide Cam
WASHERS RACEWAY
Schematic #
181
239
243
244
245
246
247
251
253
270
291
310
313
314
315
341
385
Part #
PGR239181
PGR239239
PGR239243
PGR239244
PGR239245
PGR239246
PGR239247
PGR239251
PGR239253
PGR239270
PGR239291
PGR239310
PGR239313
PGR239314
PGR239315
PGR239341
PGR239385
Description
Screws for part 246
Hopper box motor
Brush pin
Threaded pin for holding hopper box
Brushes
Brush Spacer
Acrylic Box Cover
Knob for opening the hopper box cover
Upper box bearing
Mounting studs
Knob washer
Rear hopper box mounting bracket
Hopper box bottom plate
Rear hopper box mounting
Hopper box housing
Acrylic Box Hinge
Magnet
WASHERS RACEWAY
(See parts list on following page)
Schematic
Part #
#
96
PGR23996
Description
Schematic
#
288
Part #
Description
PGR239288
Spring for pusher
289
PGR239289
Bottom connector
290
292
293
PGR239290
PGR239292
PGR239293
Slide rocker
Slide rocker bracket
Slide rocker pin
294
295
296
PGR239294
PGR239295
PGR239296
102
PGR239102
194
195
196
PGR239194
PGR239195
PGR239196
217
218
219
PGR239217
PGR239218
PGR239219
Driving stem spring
holder
Washer detector
bracket
Nut for part 195
Screw for part 196
Compensator base
latch
Top Die
Top set spindle
Bottom die
220
229
233
233C
234
235
236
PGR239220
PGR239229
PGR239233
PGR239233c
PGR239234
PGR239235
PGR239236
Bottom die holder
Top set spindle spring
Die Base
Ring compensator set
Base Washer
Screw for base
Base spring
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
PGR239297
PGR239298
PGR239299
PGR239300
PGR239301
PGR239302
PGR239303
271
273
279
280
PGR239271
PGR239273
PGR239279
PGR239280
Raceway strip spacers
Raceway screws
Guide wheel slide cam
Guide wheel pin
304
305
316
317
PGR239304
PGR239305
PGR239316
PGR239317
281
PGR239281
Plunger for slide
320
PGR239320
282
283
PGR239282
PGR239283
321
322
PGR239321
PGR239322
284
PGR239284
338
PGR239338
Washer detector
285
286
287
PGR239285
PGR239286
PGR239287
Connector pin
Top connector for part
287
Driving stem nut for
283
Spring holder
Driving stem collar
Driving stem for
pusher
Slide yoke
Slide yoke screw
Slide yoke bracket
for 297
Pusher
Slide track
Slide track stud
Slide stud screw
Long slide track rail
Short slide track rail
Slide track attach.
Screw
Washer for 303
Lock washer for 303
Slide track cover
Slide track cover
spring
Washer raceway
strip
Right raceway strip
Left raceway strip
343
PGR239343
Screw
GROMMETS RACEWAY
Schematic
#
131
132m
237
238
255
256
Part #
Description
Schematic
#
264
265
266
267
268
269
PGR239131
PGR239132M
PGR239237
PGR239238
PGR239255
PGR239256
Finger cut off screw
Spring for part 268
Stripper plate spring
Raceway spring nut
Front Hppr lwr brkt
Mounting studs
257
PGR239257
258
PGR239258
259
260
261
262
263
PGR239259
PGR239260
PGR239261
PGR239262
PGR239263
Part #
Description
PGR239264
PGR239265
PGR239266
PGR239267
PGR239268
PGR239269
Mounting stud nut
271
PGR239271
Front hopper lower
bracket support
Raceway support
Outer raceway sprt
Inner raceway sprt
Raceway Brkt spacer
Spacer stud
272
PGR239272
Right strip
Left upper strip
Fixed guide
Fixed guide
Finger cut off
Hopper box assy
screws
Raceway strip
spacers
Front raceway brkt
327
332
333
PGR239327
PGR239332
PGR239333
Raceway screws
Mounting screws
Mounting screws
GROMMETS RACEWAY
Schematic
Part #
#
181
PGR239181
239
PGR239239
240
PGR239240
241
PGR239241
242
243
244
245
PGR239242
PGR239243
PGR239244
PGR239245
Description
Screw for part 246
Hopper box motor
Front hopper box
mntg brkt
Hopper box bottom
plate
Hopper box housing
Brush pin
Threaded pin
Brushes
Schematic
#
246
247
251
Part #
Description
PGR239246
PGR239247
PGR239251
253
PGR239253
Brush spacer
Acrylic box cover
Knob for opening
hopper cover
Upper box bearing
270
291
341
385
PGR239270
PGR239291
PGR239341
PGR239385
Mounting studs
Knob washer
Acrylic box hinge
Magnet
NOTES
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