Leak at O-ring B results in slow shifting or complete failure to engage and disengage splitter gearing; steady flow of air from ex- haust port of control valve and/or cylinder cover when Splitter Control Button is in the FORWARD position.
Leak at gasket C results in a slow shift to dis- engage splitter gearing; steady flow of air to atmosphere.
4. Insert Valve (See Page 37). Any constant flow of air from exhaust port of cyl- inder cover usually indicates a faulty insert valve. Exhaust should occur ONLY BRIEFLY when Split- ter Control Button is moved FORWARD WHILE IN HIGH RANGE. A faulty insert valve, leaking at the O-rings of valve O.D. or from inner seals will result in shift failure. Two indications of defective O-rings or seals are:
CONSTANT AIR flowing from exhaust port of cylinder cover.
CONSTANT AIR flowing from Exhaust Port “E” of control valve WHILE SPLITTER CON- TROL BUTTON IS REARWARD (providing the control valve is operating properly).
The three O-rings in position on valve O.D. can be replaced. However, if an inner seal is damaged, the complete assembly MUST be replaced.
SPLITTER CYLINDER ASSEMBLY (13-Speed Splitter Models ONLY)