4-18. CUTOUT COCK AND STRAINER
This task covers:
Tool kit SC 4940-97-CL-E12
Drycleaning solvent (Item 30, Appendix B)
Cutout cock and strainer removed
Remove four bolts (1), strainer cover (2), gasket (3), and filter (4).
Remove pin (5) and handle (6).
Valve assemblies may be under a spring load. Use caution during
disassembly procedures so that no parts fly out, causing injury to
When removing or repairing brake valves or components, check air
lines and pipes for corrosion, breaks, splits, or loose connections.
Repair of air lines and piping consists of replacing defective pipes,
lines, and connections. Refer to TM 55-2210-223-24P for
identification of piping.
Remove two bolts (7), cover (8), gasket (9), spring (10), washer (11), key (12), and O-ring (13).
Remove two bolts (14), nuts (15), sump cover (16), and gasket (17) from body (18).