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  Assembly-3
PAGE 3. BOTTOM SHAFT
  • Place gear #22 flat on table with the teeth pointing in an anticlockwise direction.
  • Place clutch cam #24 in the center. Make sure that the cam is pointing in the right
    direction (see illustration).
  • Lock together with steel pin #23 (1/2 inch long).
  • Place (4) clutch dogs #25 around the clutch cam #24.
  • Press rubber "O" ring #28 firmly into pulley #29 pocket.
  • Remove brass shaft #12 from backboard #1.
  • Place the pulley #29 with "O" ring side down, on table.
  • Push the non-knurled end of shaft #12 into pulley #29 and through "O" ring.
  • Push shaft #12 further through pulley, up to the knurled section. Make sure "O" ring is
    still seated in pulley pocket.
  • Slide clutch cap #27 onto shaft.
  • Lock pulley and clutch cap together with (1) steel pin #23 (1/2 inch long).
  • Attach clutch ring #26 to clutch cap #27 with (2) steel pins #23 (1/2 inch long).
  • Place this assembly onto gear #22 over clutch cam #24 and clutch dogs #25.
  • Assemble (1) spacer #17 and (2) nylon washers #13 onto bottom of shaft #12.
  • Place assembly onto backboard #1.
  • Push gear #30 onto shaft #12 against pulley #29.
  • Insert key #31. Press into place.
    The key is there to lock the gear #30 onto the shaft. If the key seems loose, turn it over
    and file the tab to suit.
  • Assemble washer #32 on brass shaft #12.
  • Temporarily load top plate #35 onto the (4) uprights #3. Carefully align brass shafts.
    Check if gear assemblies rotate freely, then remove top plate.

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