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TX600 – Training Manual
TX600 – Commissioning Manual
TX600 – Spare Parts Manual
The TX600 spare parts manual is a comprehensive guide that provides detailed information about the spare parts used in the TX600 machinery. It includes a parts list, descriptions, illustrations. It is a valuable resource for technicians and maintenance personnel to effectively repair and maintain the TX600 equipment.
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TX600 (Fixed Motor)
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9.9    Hub

This section will instruct the correct procedure on how to remove and replace the Hub.



Step 1 – Remove external covers off the Hoist. (refer to section 9.1)

Step 2 – Remove the PCB from the Hoist. (refer to section 9.2)

Step 3 – Remove the Battery from the battery brackets. (refer to section (9.3)

Step 4 – Remove Lift Motor. (Refer to section 9.5)

Step 5 – Remove Bottom Cover. (Refer to section 9.7)

Step 6 – Remove Lift Tape. (Refer to section 9.10)

Step 7 – Remove Air Tube Grommet (refer to section 9.15)

Step 8 – Using an 8mm spanner, loosen the M5 x 12 screw (arrowed) – The screw is not required to be removed. (This is the Battery Bracket beside the Air Grommet)

Step 9 – Using an 8mm spanner or a Pozi screw driver remove the M5 x 8 screw (arrowed) from the chassis.

Step 10 – Pivot the battery bracket to its maximum height.

Step 11 – Using a 4mm Ball point Allen Key, remove the three M6 x 16 over speed screws.

Step 12 – Support the Hub with your hand, while removing the strap pin.

Step 13 – Slowly guide the Hub out of the chassis. (As shown below)


Refitting / Replacement

Step 14 – Refitting is a reversal of the removal process noting the following point:

1. If replacing Hub, grease with Morris Grease – K42EP multi-purpose.

2. When inserting the Hub back into the Chassis make sure the orientation is correct. The Over-Speed Cam must face the Lift Motor side of Chassis.