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  • 262A Dispenser Parts Manual Form 4660 Version 2.0 Tokheim Corporation October 1991 Rev. 07/29/94

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  • 262A Dispenser Parts Manual Form 4660 Version 2.0 Tokheim Corporation October 1991 Rev. 07/29/94

    C O N T E N T SC O N T E N T SC O N T E N T SC O N T E N T SC O N T E N T S

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    Section 1Section 1Section 1Section 1Section 1

    - Introduction and ordering information . ............................................1-1 — 1-9

    Section 2Section 2Section 2Section 2Section 2 - Exterior, Trim/Framework . .......................................................... 2-1 — 2-23

    Section 3Section 3Section 3Section 3Section 3 - Electronic Assemblies, Dials and schematics . ............................ 3-1 — 3-41

    Section 4Section 4Section 4Section 4Section 4 - Meter & Pulser Assemblies . .......................................................... 4-1 — 4-19

    Section 5Section 5Section 5Section 5Section 5 - Discharge & Solenoid Assemblies . ............................................. 5-1 — 5-23

    Section 6Section 6Section 6Section 6Section 6 - 262A High Volume Systems . ........................................................ 6-1 — 6-25

    Section 7Section 7Section 7Section 7Section 7 - Connection Box and Conduit Assemblies . ................................... 7-1 — 7-13

    Section 8Section 8Section 8Section 8Section 8 - Suction Systems . ......................................................................... 8-1 — 8-27

    Section 9Section 9Section 9Section 9Section 9 - Remote Systems. ............................................................................9-1 — 9-7

  • 262A Dispenser Parts Manual Form 4660 Version 2.0 Tokheim Corporation October 1991 Rev. 07/29/94Page ii

    EMERGENCY POEMERGENCY POEMERGENCY POEMERGENCY POEMERGENCY POWER CUTWER CUTWER CUTWER CUTWER CUTOFFOFFOFFOFFOFF

    Tokheim Corporation has determined that because more than one disconnect mayTokheim Corporation has determined that because more than one disconnect mayTokheim Corporation has determined that because more than one disconnect mayTokheim Corporation has determined that because more than one disconnect mayTokheim Corporation has determined that because more than one disconnect may be required, Consoles and/or Dispensers equipped with Emergency Stop Switchesbe required, Consoles and/or Dispensers equipped with Emergency Stop Switchesbe required, Consoles and/or Dispensers equipped with Emergency Stop Switchesbe required, Consoles and/or Dispensers equipped with Emergency Stop Switchesbe required, Consoles and/or Dispensers equipped with Emergency Stop Switches do not guarantee shutting off all power to the dispensers. In order to provide thedo not guarantee shutting off all power to the dispensers. In order to provide thedo not guarantee shutting off all power to the dispensers. In order to provide thedo not guarantee shutting off all power to the dispensers. In order to provide thedo not guarantee shutting off all power to the dispensers. In order to provide the highest level of safety to you, your employees, and customers, we recommend thathighest level of safety to you, your employees, and customers, we recommend thathighest level of safety to you, your employees, and customers, we recommend thathighest level of safety to you, your employees, and customers, we recommend thathighest level of safety to you, your employees, and customers, we recommend that all employees be trained as to the location and procedure of turning off power toall employees be trained as to the location and procedure of turning off power toall employees be trained as to the location and procedure of turning off power toall employees be trained as to the location and procedure of turning off power toall employees be trained as to the location and procedure of turning off power to the entire system. This is in keeping with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #4-1.2:the entire system. This is in keeping with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #4-1.2:the entire system. This is in keeping with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #4-1.2:the entire system. This is in keeping with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #4-1.2:the entire system. This is in keeping with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #4-1.2:

    “““““A clearly identified and easily accessible switch(es) or circuit breaker(s) shall be provided at a location remote from dispensing devices, including remote pumping systems, to shut off the power to all dispensing devices in the event of an emergency.”

    Additionally, in accordance with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #9-4.5:Additionally, in accordance with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #9-4.5:Additionally, in accordance with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #9-4.5:Additionally, in accordance with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #9-4.5:Additionally, in accordance with N.F.P.A. 30A, 1993 Edition, Code #9-4.5:

    “““““Emergency controls specified in 4-1.2 [listed above] shall be installed at a location acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction, but controls shall not be more than 100 ft. (30m) from dispensers.”

    DISCLOSURE NOTICEDISCLOSURE NOTICEDISCLOSURE NOTICEDISCLOSURE NOTICEDISCLOSURE NOTICE This document contains information proprietary to Tokheim Corporation. The data contained herein, in whole or in part, may not be duplicated, used, or disclosed outside the recipient or purchaser for any purpose other than to evaluate or operate the equip- ment described within the document.

    !!! FCC !!! FCC !!! FCC !!! FCC !!! FCC WWWWWARNING !!!ARNING !!!ARNING !!!ARNING !!!ARNING !!! This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. It has been tested and has been found to comply as a class “A” device with Part 15, Subpart “J” of the FCC rules at date of manufacture.

    IMPORIMPORIMPORIMPORIMPORTTTTTANTANTANTANTANT THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE INSTALLED AND USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL CODES AND REGULATIONS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (N.F.P.A. NO. 70) AND THE AUTOMOTIVE AND MAR