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TM 55-1905-221-14-4
6-35. BLOWER ASSEMBLY (Continued).
A broken drive shaft indicates an unusual loading which may have been caused by a bearing
failure or other malfunction. Inspect the blower drive, blower rotors and the housing before
replacing the drive shaft.
Some shafts have a tapped hole in the end which can be used as an aid in removing the shaft.
10. Blower
a. Loosen blower drive shaft cover
Discard clamp
seal clamp (36) at rear of
blower drive gear hub support
b. Remove capscrews (38) and flat-
washers (39) securing blower
assembly (40) to cylinder block.
c. Slide blower assembly (40)
slightly forward, withdraw drive
shaft cover (41) from seal (50),
then lift blower assembly (40)
away from cylinder block.
d. Remove mounting gasket (42).
Discard gasket.


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