Applies to machines built from:
Debris in the oil/coolant separator can cause it to clog. This makes coolant overflow
from the rear of the casting. This procedure tells you how to clean the parts inside the
- Rear view
- Front view
- (2) Socket head capscrews (SHCS)
- Coolant return hose
- Coolant drain hose
- (13) Phillips pan head screws
- Oil separator tray
- Oil separator
- Input pipe
- Coolant drain pipe
- Mounting bracket
- Bubble indicator
note: The gasket  remains attached to the oil separator tray
Push EMERGENCY STOP when you do maintenance on the machine.
the coolant return hose  and coolant drain hose . Remove the oil separator  from
the oil separator tray . Remove the (13) screws . Remove the oil separator  from
the oil separator tray .
Clean and remove all chips from the removed parts. Clean the
input pipe  and coolant drain pipe .
Install the parts in the opposite order
they were removed. Before you connect the coolant drain hose  or the return hose ,
pour coolant into the fitting for the coolant return hose  to prime the oil/coolant
separator. Continue to install the parts in the opposite order they were removed.
bubble indicator  to make sure the oil/coolant separator is level. If it is not
level, loosen the (2) SHCS  and adjust the oil/coolant separator position until it is
level. Tighten the (2) SHCS .