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Wear eye protection and protective clothing when working with solvents. Contact
with solvent may cause personal injury.
DO NOT breathe solvent vapor or mist. Exposure may irritate eyes, nose, and
throat. If accidental system discharge occurs, ventilate work area before resuming
Initial Setup
Operating Guidelines
Connect a 1/4 in. external air tting (not included) to the air inlet located on
the unit’s rear panel.
Before operating this unit, read and follow the instructions and warnings
in this manual. Verify all safety devices are functioning correctly before
beginning a procedure.
Required: One gallon of solvent is needed for the ushing procedure.
Use only Robinair 17565 Power Flush Solvent. Other solvents may not be
effective, may be hazardous, and may damage the equipment and void the
warranty. Also, an adapter tting kit may be necessary for connecting to some
usher service couplers. See ACCESSORIES.
Fill to Mark: Do not overll the ushing tank. Fill to only the full mark on
the solvent level indicator.
Solvent Reuse: Follow solvent manufacturer’s suggestions regarding the
number of times solvent may be used before replacement. The usher will
perform its functions even if the solvent is too diluted to remove contaminants
from the A/C system. See REPLACEMENT PARTS.
Filter Replacement: The usher is equipped with a replaceable particle
lter to clean the solvent during the ush operation. The particle lter is a
non-bypass lter and must be replaced every time fresh solvent is installed in
the usher. See REPLACEMENT PARTS.
Activated Carbon Filter: This unit contains an activated carbon lter that
limits emissions and odors during the ushing and purging operations. The
lter element can be replaced if odors become noticeably stronger during
operation of the unit. See REPLACEMENT PARTS.