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Mallory 4142 Fuel Pump Electric Installation Instructions - Jegs

The COMP PUMP® 110 Series Electric Fuel Pump is a high volume fuel pump designed for high performance street and marine applications. The operating fuel pressure is factory set at 7 PSI. Normally, a fuel pressure regulator is not necessary. We recommend a 5/16" or larger fuel line with this fuel system. The COMP PUMP® 140 Electric Fuel Pump is a high volume high pressure fuel pump designed for high performance street, racing and marine applications. The operating fuel pressure is factory set at 12 PSI. This pump must be used with a fuel pressure regulator to prevent carburetor flooding. We recommend a 3/8" or larger fuel line with this fuel system. The COMP PUMP® Series 140 Part Nos. 4142 and 4142A come with a 3 Port Return Style Regulator. These fuel systems must have a fuel return line installed between the fuel pressure regulator’s fuel return port and the fuel tank. We recommend a 3/8" or larger fuel return line. When installing the fuel pump fittings, use a thread sealant compound (you can find this at a hardware store) on the fitting threads. Do not use Teflon tape. Teflon tape can get into the Gerotor and lock the pump. Also, do not overtighten the fittings. This could damage the fuel chamber. Be sure to install a suitable fuel filter (minimum 40 micron filtration) between the fuel tank and the fuel pump. The Mallory COMP FILTER® Series Part No. 3140 is recommended. This prevents debris from becoming wedged in the fuel pump’s Gerotor and locking it.

C5 Fuel Pump Installation Instructions - Lingenfelter

CAUTION: Before servicing any electrical component, the ignition key must be in the OFF or LOCK position and all electrical loads must be OFF, unless instructed otherwise in these procedures. If a tool or equipment could easily come in contact with a live exposed electrical terminal, also disconnect the negative battery cable. Failure to follow these precautions may cause personal injury and/or damage to the vehicle or its components. Turn off ignition key and disconnect the negative battery terminal. Vehicle will need to be raised to gain access to fuel tank. Raise the vehicle on an automotive life or with jack stands at the points recommended by the manufacturer. Refer to the owners manual or a shop manual for further specifications. To avoid any vehicle damage, serious personal injury, or death, when major components are being removed from the vehicle and the vehicle is supported by a hoist, make sure to support vehicle with jack stands at the opposite end from which the components are being removed. Here is the new upgraded fuel pump assembly. Note the new crimp type hose clamp that is taped to the body; remove it now for later installation. Remove the driver’s side rear wheel to gain better access to the fuel pump assembly. Using a ratchet, 10 and 13 mm sockets, remove the two fasteners that retain the end cap on the fuel tank panels. Pull down, but do not remove the large bottom panel by removing the next two bolts and only loosening two forward most fasteners with a ratchet and a 13 mm socket. Remove the three fuel lines by pushing their plastic connectors firmly towards the steel tubes, then squeezing the blue or green release triggers. Note that just behind the connectors on the fuel lines are colored flags. These flags (black, blue and green) match a colored dot on each of the steel tubes, if the dots are not visible: the names of the colors are stanped into the access cover near the base of the pipes. Some older models will need a special tool to disconnect the fuel lines. This tool should be available at your local auto parts store.

1799 - Fuel Pump Repair Kit for Edelbrock 6-Valve Mechanical ...

• PLEASE study these instructions carefully before installing your new fuel pump rebuild kit. If you have any questions or problems, do not hesitate to contact our Technical Hotline at: 1-800-416-8628, or e-mail us at Edelbrock@Edelbrock.com. • DESCRIPTION: This kit contains all parts necessary to rebuild all Edelbrock Street High Performance and Racing Fuel Pumps #1711, #1712, #1715, #1721, #1722, or #1725. Your fuel pump was manufactured and assembled to exacting specifications and strict quality control standards. Care should be taken when rebuilding this pump to ensure continued satisfactory performance. WARNING: Personal protection must be given careful consideration. Eye protection should be worn at all times, especially when grinding and peening over the rocker arm pin. The pump body itself is spring loaded with a heavy diaphragm spring. Extreme caution and care should be taken when assembling and disassembling the upper pump body to and from the lower pump body. Upon re-installation of the fuel pump on the engine, care should be taken to ensure that all fuel lines and fittings are properly installed, tight, and not leaking fuel. • DISASSEMBLY: 1. After removing fuel pump from engine, remove twelve allen head screws from the pump pulsator cover and separate from lower fuel pump body. 2. Remove eight screws from the valve retainers (7) in the lower fuel pump body; remove valves (5) and old gaskets (6). 3. Remove the pump diaphragm assembly (1) by pressing into casting and unhooking from fuel linkage rod (10). 4. Remove oil seal (12) and oil seal retainer (13). 5. Grind (don’t use chisel to cut) rocker arm pin (8) end and remove locking washer (9). Drive rocker arm pin through casting and remove rocker arm assembly. NOTE: Drive rocker arm pin from side previously ground. • CLEANING: Clean all parts that are to be re-used with a commercially available carburetor cleaner. Follow instructions provided with the cleaner. Make sure that there is adequate ventilation when using cleaning solvents. • ASSEMBLY: 1. Install the six valve gaskets (6), six valves (5), and two valve retainers (7) in the lower fuel pump body. The valve retainer screws should not be torqued to more than 25 in./lbs. The valves should be installed in the following manner: The “inlet” port of the lower fuel pump body is identified by the embossed letters “in”. The valves on this side of the casting should be installed with the “spoked wheel” side up. The opposite or “outlet” port is not so identified. The valves on this side should be installed with the “spoked wheel” side down. Valve retainers (7) should be placed so that their ends will exert a downward pressure on the valves (see illustration). 2. Install new pulsator diaphragm (2) on the lower fuel pump body using two center allen head screws. Torque to 35 in./lbs. 3. Install the new oil seal (12) and retainer (13) in the upper fuel pump body. The oil seal retainer should be tapped flush with the casting. 4. Assemble the rocker arm, linkage (10), and bushing (14) together. Install the new rocker arm return spring (11).

Airtex Fuel Pump Module, Part Numbers E3592M and E8489M

Airtex has determined a potential product safety issue involving E3592M and E8489M fuel pump modular assemblies. While no safety-related occurrences have been reported in the field, Airtex is taking steps to avoid any potential issues. These part numbers are purchased from the OE supplier. Airtex was notified by the OE supplier that an out-of-tolerance component could potentially cause an issue with the operation of the pump. This recall not only affects Airtex, but many other aftermarket and original equipment suppliers. To avoid any potential issues, it is necessary that you and your customers contain and return all E3592M and E8489M fuel pump modules marked with manufacturing date codes 200 through 081. Affected Date Codes 200 210 220 230 240 280 250 290 260 300 270 310 320 330 340 350 360 370 380 390 400 410 420 430 440 450 460 470 480 490 500 510 520 011 021 031 040 051 061 071 Date Code Location 081 Fuel pumps must be returned freight collect to the address listed below within 30 days. To ensure proper shipment tracking of the affected product, please call 800-880-3056 to obtain an RGA number. Make reference to Fuel Pump Safety Recall FP030911-1 in correspondence, packing and shipping documents. 407 West Main Street Fairfield, IL 62837 800.880.3056 www.airtexproducts.com A I R T E X P R O D U C T S , L P AIRTEX AUTOMOTIVE DIVISION Fuel pump modules sold and installed during the time period from May 17, 2010 to February 14, 2011 may be affected and must be returned. In order to facilitate this, please provide Airtex with names and addresses of all customers who may have purchased and installed the affected fuel pump modules during the specified time period. You may respond to Airtex via mail, email, or fax. Airtex Products 407 West Main Street Fairfield, IL 62837 Fax: 618-842-4069 customerservice@airtexproducts.com Vehicle owners and installers with questions should be instructed to call 888-867-3759. Airtex will provide full merchandise credit for the affected units. Thank you in advance for your assistance in ensuring that all affected products are returned to Airtex. Sincerely, AIRTEX PRODUCTS, LP Pam Schell Customer Service Manager 407 West Main Street Fairfield, IL 62837 800.880.3056 www.airtexproducts.com

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone
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Contents Welcome......... 8 BlackBerry 10: new apps and features..... 9 Getting started ...... 13 Inserting the SIM card, battery, and media card ...... 13 Remove the battery door ..... 13 Insert or remove the SIM card .... 13 Insert or remove the battery and a media card ...... 14 Set up your device .... 15 Home screen at a glance ....... 16 Application icons .......... 16 Notification icons ....19 Scroll and move between items ........ 20 Use a slider ..... 20 Select items ..... 21 Zoom in to or zoom out from the screen ... 22 Move items from one place to another ... 22 Minimize apps and show your Active Frames .. 23 Show the menus ........ 23 About BlackBerry ID ..... 24 Set up a new BlackBerry ID ... 24 Using the BlackBerry Voice Control app .. 24 Device Switch ....... 26 Before you switch devices ..... 26 Learn what transfer options are available to you .... 26 Make note of your usernames and passwords ...... 27 Update BBM ..... 27 What if I have contacts on my SIM card? ..... 27 Backing up and switching devices ...... 28 Transfer data from a BlackBerry 7 device using a media card ... 28 Transfer data to a new device using a computer and BlackBerry Link .. 28 After you switch devices .... 29 Restoring your BBM contacts and groups ..... 29 Transfer passwords from the Password Keeper app ...... 29 Add an account to your device .... 30 Tips after switching devices ....... 30 Troubleshooting: Device Switch ....30 I can't switch my SIM card to my new BlackBerry 10 device .....30 How do I reset my lost or forgotten BlackBerry ID password?...... 31 Some of the data from my previous device isn't on my new device .... 31 I can't transfer items using my media card .... 32 What makes my BlackBerry 10 device different from other BlackBerry devices? ... 33

BlackBerry Z10 Smartphone
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Contents Welcome......... 8 BlackBerry 10: new apps and features..... 9 Getting started ...... 13 Inserting the SIM card, battery, and media card ...... 13 Remove the battery door ..... 13 Insert or remove the SIM card .... 13 Insert or remove the battery and a media card ...... 14 Set up your device .... 15 Home screen at a glance ....... 16 Application icons .......... 16 Notification icons ....19 Scroll and move between items ........ 20 Use a slider ..... 20 Select items ..... 21 Zoom in to or zoom out from the screen ... 22 Move items from one place to another ... 22 Minimize apps and show your Active Frames .. 23 Show the menus ........ 23 About BlackBerry ID ..... 24 Set up a new BlackBerry ID ... 24 Using the BlackBerry Voice Control app .. 24 Device Switch ....... 26 Before you switch devices ..... 26 Learn what transfer options are available to you .... 26 Make note of your usernames and passwords ...... 27 Update BBM ..... 27 What if I have contacts on my SIM card? ..... 27 Backing up and switching devices ...... 28 Transfer data from a BlackBerry 7 device using a media card ... 28 Transfer data to a new device using a computer and BlackBerry Link .. 28 After you switch devices .... 29 Restoring your BBM contacts and groups ..... 29 Transfer passwords from the Password Keeper app ...... 29 Add an account to your device .... 30 Tips after switching devices ....... 30 Troubleshooting: Device Switch ....30 I can't switch my SIM card to my new BlackBerry 10 device .....30 How do I reset my lost or forgotten BlackBerry ID password?...... 31 Some of the data from my previous device isn't on my new device .... 31 I can't transfer items using my media card .... 32 What makes my BlackBerry 10 device different from other BlackBerry devices? ... 33

RGV12000 / 13000T GENERATOR SERVICE MANUAL

NOTE This Service Manual excludes information for engine. As for the total servicing information as a generator set, please refer in conjunction with the Robin EH63-65 OHV Engine Service Manual. SPECIFICATIONS Model RGV12000 Brush, Self-exciting, 2-pole, Single phase Type RGV13OOOT Brush, Self-exciting, 2-pole, 3-phase 60Hz Rated frequency 8 Rated voltage E Q, Maximum output 2 . Rated output 12OV I 240V 12OV I 208V 12OOOVA 13OOOVA 1OOOOVA 1OOOOVA Power factor 1.0 0.8 A.V.R type C.T. type EH65D EH63D Voltage regulator Model V-Twin cylinder, Air-cooled, 4-stroke, Overhead valve engine Type Displacement E z 653 cm3 Maximum output 22 HP/ 3600 rpm 18 HP/ 3600 rpm W Fuel Unleaded automobile gasoline I‘Oil capacity 1.55 liters Starting system Electric starter Fuel tank capacity 43liters (21.5liters x 2) Rated continuous operation per a tankful of fuel 314 Rated Approx. 8.8 hours Approx. 9.5 hours Rated Approx. 8.0 hours Approx. 8.7 hours Noise level Rated (dB-7m) 77.0 dB 77.0 dB 5 & g .n Large 820 mm Width 605 mm (752 mm *I) High 760 mm (845 mm ‘I) Dry weight 141 kg (149 kg ‘2) ‘1: ( ) shows dimensions with castors. ‘2: ( ) shows dry weight with castors installed. -l- 143 kg (151 kg l *) 2. PERFORMANCE CURVES l RGV12000 / 60Hz (9.5 KW240V) (Hz) 63 HZ 62 61 .I1 60 ------------------------------------------ ,--\ (VI 250 (125) 24OVl12OV 240 (120) 230 (115) 220 I/~~~~~~~~~ (110) 112 4/4 Load Rated . RGV13000T / 60Hz (12OW208V) (Hz) 63 62 61 60 230 T 208V 220 t l/2 -2- 414 Load 0 Rated

Owner's Manual EX5500
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Thank you for purchasing a Honda generator. This manual covers operation and maintenance of the EX5500 generator. All information in this publication is based on the latest product information available at the time of approval for printing Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation. No part of this publication may be reproduced without this manual should be considered a permanent remain with the generator when sold pay special attention NOTE: Indicates a possibility are not followed permission part of the generator and to statements preceded by the following indicates a strong possibility life if instructions are not followed. CAUTION: instructions written words of severe personal injury or loss of personal injury or equipment damage if gives helpful information. If a problem should arise, or if you have any questions about the generator, consult an authorized Honda dealer. The Honda generator is designed to give safe and dependable service if operated according to instructions. Read and understand the Owner’s Manual before operating the generator. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage. To ensure safe operation l Place the generator at least 1 m (3 ft) away from buildings or other equipment when operating the generator. Operate the generator on a level surface. If the generator is tilted, fuel spillage may result. Exhaust gas contains poisonous carbon monoxide. Never run the generator in an enclosed area. Be sure to provide adequate ventilation. Know how to stop the generator quickly and understand operation of all the controls. Never permit anyone to operate the generator without proper instructions. Keep children and pets away from the generator when it is in operation. Keep away from rotating parts while the generator is running. The generator is a potential source of electrical shocks when misused; do not operate with wet hands. Do not operate the generator in rain or snow and do not let it get wet.

Connecting Your Android Phone or Tablet

April 22, 2013 Mobile connections to your Loyola email account will need to be re-established as part of the migration to Microsoft Outlook. You can re-establish your email account any time after 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 18. Please note that some features and messages may still be in transition during the migration weekend; your mailbox will be fully functional by Monday, May 20. Before You Begin If you are re-establishing a connection to your Loyola email account after the email upgrade to Outlook, you must delete your existing connection first. (This will delete the mobile version of your account only; your original mailbox will remain intact.) If you are setting up a new connection to your Loyola email account, simply start with Step 1 below. Connecting to Microsoft Outlook on Your Android Phone or Tablet 1. From the Applications menu, select Email. This application may be named Mail on some versions of Android. 2. Type your full Loyola email address (e.g., mbrady@luc.edu) and password, and then select Next. 3. Select Exchange account. This option may be named Exchange ActiveSync on some versions of Android. 4. Enter the following information, then select Next. • Domain\Username: Type adms\uvid (where “uvid” is your Loyola username). If Domain and Username are separate text boxes in your version of Android, leave the Domain box empty and type your full email address in the Username box. • Password: Type your Loyola email password. • Exchange Server: Type outlookmail.luc.edu (for faculty and staff) or outlook.office365.com (for students). Connecting Your Android Phone or Tablet 5. As soon as your phone verifies the server settings, the Account Options screen displays. The options available depend on the version of Android on your device. The options may include the following: • Email checking frequency: The default value is Automatic (push). When you select this option, email messages will be sent to your phone as they arrive. We recommend only selecting this option if you have an unlimited data plan ...

Setting Up Android™ Email - Pleth

Technical Manual: Configuration and Setup Setting Up an POP3 Email Account 1. From the Home screen, tap the Application button. 2. Tap the Email icon. 10. On the “Outgoing server settings” screen, enter the following information in the spaces provided: 3. If this is your first email account, you will be presented with an email setup screen. Tap the Next button. Otherwise, press the Menu button, and tap the Add Account button. • SMTP server—Enter the name of the secure email server: secure.emailsrvr.com 4. In the “Type your account email address” box, enter your full email address, e.g., email@mydomain.com. • Port—Enter the secure port number: 587 • Security type—Select the security: SSL (always) Note: Ensure Port is still 587. 5. In the second box, enter your email account password. 11. Tap the “Require sign-in” checkbox. 6. Tap the “Manual setup” button. 13. In the Password box, enter your email account password. 7. Tap the “POP account” button. 14. Tap the Next button.The device will connect to the internet and check your outgoing settings. 12. In the Username box, enter your full email address. 8. Enter the following information in the spaces provided: • Username—Enter your full email address. • Password—Enter your email account password. • POP server—Enter the name of the secure email server: secure.emailsrvr.com • Port—Enter the secure port number: 995 • Security type—Select the security: SSL (always) Note: Ensure Port is still 995. 9. Tap the Next button.The device will connect to the internet and check your incoming settings. 15. On the “Account options” screen, select your “Email checking frequency.” Note: This frequency will impact battery life. 16. Tap the “Notify me when email arrives” checkbox to see an alert on the status bar when you have new email. 17. Name your account as desired. 18. Enter your name as you want it displayed in email. Copyright © 2008 Document Authors. Some Rights Reserved.

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