So you have a worn out drive gear in your opener and are contemplating on doing it yourself? No sweat. Follow these simple instructions and it shouldn’t take no more than an afternoon for the average jo.
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These guys can be house pets, outdoor animals, or a combination of both. If you are going to keep your pig outdoors only you should spend a lot of time with it or provide it with a friend. A pig who is not kept mentally satisfied will become bored and destructive, much the way a dog would.
Insert the motor shaft into the bore in the end of the shaft arbor. If spit bushing is used, position the setscrews to clamp on the side of Flange Bearings and not in the slot. Tighten both setscrews securely against the shaft of your motor.
Brush! You should be brushing twice a day for two minutes each time! If your job permits it, take a tooth brush to work and brush on your break. If you do not have a tongue scraper, you can simply use your toothbrush (dipped in mouthwash) to brush your tongue.
#5 Remove the 4 pin wire connector next to the big black circle on the back of the motor shaft (RPM Sensor). Using your 5/16 socket with your ratchet or impact remove the 4 bolts holding the motor up. This is wear the extension will come in handy. Once the motor is free, slide the housing off the shaft. You can let it hank in the air by the wires. It won’t hurt anything.
I did have one guy figure out that he could use a skateboard bearing to repair his exhaust fan but he burnt out the bearing before he realized the need for high temperature grease in the bearing. When he removed the bearing and tried a new one he bent the shaft which thwarted his attempts.
While you can find Ramset tools at most home improvement stores, the Ramset parts themselves can be hard to find. If you are a contractor, your local Ramset nails supplier likely stocks the parts. You can also find Ramset parts all over the net. Many of the sites have a schematic that makes it very easy to locate the part you need. Try to stick with genuine Ramset parts if you can. If you are already paying shipping for replacement parts, consider buying some of the basic repair parts listed above.