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0921 Routine Maintenance
Routine maintenance on a dog-grooming trailer.
Date(s): August 29 & 30, 2009. Album by Dan Hellier. Photos by Dan Hellier. 1 - 28 of 28 Total. 1 Visits.
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Left Wheel removed to do bearings.

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Fuel filler tube, behind left wheel.  Starting to dry rot, will need to be replaced at next 6 month maintenance.

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Wheel bearings, left wheel

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Same thing with new grease pressed through them.

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All lug nuts hand torqued to 100 ft pounds.

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Right wheel removed for bearings.

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R/H axle ready for re-assembly.

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All seams on roof need re-sealed sooner than later.  You can barely see here where the sealant has seperated from the metal.

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"Dryer" inlet screen.

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Dryer

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Step assembly has been chafing on genereator fuel line.

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Propane line has been chafing on axle and on 1 rear beam.

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Styrofoam block at rear beam.

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Styrofoam block at axle.

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Fuel line & propane line tied back from step assembly.

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Air conditioner inlet vents.  Boy were they dirty.

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Same vents 1 minute later after vacuum.

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Internal part of air-conditioner above inlet air filters.  Vacuumed this also.

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Rear Exhaust fan not working & very dirty.

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Found vent lid open / close switch inoperative.  By-passed switch, fan works good.  Also cleaned fan shroud.

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Cleaned fan.  Wow what a difference.

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August 21, 2010, back for routine maintenance.  Check out this dog hair on the inlet side of the coils.  Obviously the intake screens are letting a lot of hair go by.

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Most of it peeled off in layers.

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Getting the last of it off with duct tape to avoid damaging the coil fins.

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Some dis-similar metal corrosion on main door.

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Corrosion removed, Kilz Primer & sealer put on to stop corrosion.

 
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