I n s p e c t i o n and Repair of Camshaft and Related Camshaft Parts.
It is easy to damage the equipment if you do not
k n o w what you are doing. Do not try to do this
t a s k unless you are experienced at it, or you have
a n experienced person with you.
U s i n g strong light and magnifying glass, check that camshaft (1) has no
c r a c k s . I f camshaft is cracked, throw it away and get a new one.
C h e c k that camshaft lobes (2) and bearing surfaces (3) are not worn,
s c u f f e d o r s c o r e d . I f camshaft lobes or bearing surfaces are badly worn,
s c u f f e d or scored, throw away camshaft (1) and get a new one.
C h e c k that camshaft threads (4) are not stripped or damaged. If camshaft
t h r e a d s are stripped or damaged, throw away camshaft and get a new one.
Dry cleaning solvent is flammable. Do not use near an
o p e n flame. K e e p a fire extinguisher nearby when sol-
v e n t i s u s e d . U s e only in well-ventilated places. Fail-
u r e to do this may result in injury to personnel and
d a m a g e to equipment.
C h e c k that camshaft (1) has no small nicks, scratches or burrs. Fix small
n i c k s , scratches, and burrs using crocus cloth and dry cleaning solvent, or
a fine mill file.
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