(c) Hold the vaporizer firmly against the
retaining washer and pull the wick back through the
vaporizer until the wick is taut. Clip off excess wick
close to the smaIl end of the vaporizer.
(d) Insert screw through hole in fuel vaporizer
shield and slide the insulating washer (11 ) and flat
washer (10) onto screw on inside of vaporizer shield.
Attach this assembly to the plate and bushing
assembly by tightening screw. If the assembly fails
to tighten the vaporizer firmly in position, install a
second insulating washer (11 ) between vaporizer and
flat washer (10).
When assembled, the fuel vaporizer must
be held firmly in place against the
retaining washer. The wick must be
positioned so that it does not touch any
part of the plate and bushing assembly
except the wick support.
(e) Slide studs of burner cup and stud assem-
bly (14) through proper holes in plate and bushing
assembly (4). Slide three flat washers (3) over studs
and secure with three nuts (2) and three lock nuts (1).
(f) Reform wick support in igniter pocket as
required to maintain l/4-inch gap between wick and
end of the igniter pocket, as shown in figure
(3) Blower reassembly (fig. 3-10.3).
(a) Install the ventilation blower wheel
assembly (6) on the motor shaft and tighten the set-
screw until it is snug.
(b) Assemble the resistor (22) and associated
parts (19 through 22) on one of the motor mounting
(c) Reconnect the wires to the diode mounting
assembly (13), resistor (22), and motor (7).
Do not operate the motor without the
diode assembly ground lead secured to
the motor housing. This diode protects
the diode assembly from damage caused
by voltage spikes generated when the
motor is deenergized.
(d) Install the voltage limiter assembly (5,
figure 3-10.3), diode mounting assembly (13), and
resistor mounting bracket (8) in the blower housing
assembly (3), using screws (4). Refer to figure
3-10.11 for correct assembly positions. Not all the
leads will reach if the components are not installed