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Cylentstoner

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Hello. Have a prochem legend se... and it's endured some neglect. Simple questions,

1. Shouldn't this bolt be like, screwed in?
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2. Why so many unconnected wires... this goes to the waste tank full check thingy
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3. Apparently this is the cause of our tmu water leak. Obviously the damaged tubing needs and will get replaced. Been running the machine with this for past 10 jobs lol
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4. So many confusing connections and lack of... is this normal?
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Water has always leaked back out of the vacuum inlet into the truckmount, but that's a problem for another day


Im passionate to learn and understand my craft better. I have been doing restoration work for 8 years... and just want my boss to wake up today and come out in the garage to see our bread and butter repaired and ready to go. I understand there comes a time when you gotta just take it in to get professionally serviced...
 

mrotto

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getting a manual is a good place to start. as far as the bolt being screwed in, Id say NO because that is the bolt that aligns the blower so your belts run straight. the other issues are beyond me as the Legend is the only Prochem I never owned (other than the Hydraulic)
 
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mrotto

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So many confusing connections and lack of... is this normal?
well from what I have seen at the shop at Jon Don when I take my unit in for annual maintenance, yours looks looks better than normal.

But if your serious at doing a good job at what you do, no. Not anywhere near normal.