Introduction

Follow this guide to replace the casing of the Afridev pump, or to remove it for further repairs.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

No parts required.

Assemble the required tools, including the Afridev tool and crescent wrenches. Assemble the required tools, including the Afridev tool and crescent wrenches.
  • Assemble the required tools, including the Afridev tool and crescent wrenches.

Perform a water test on the pump, by raising and lowering the handle a full 40 strokes. A properly performing pump will yield greater than 10 liters. Perform a water test on the pump, by raising and lowering the handle a full 40 strokes. A properly performing pump will yield greater than 10 liters. Perform a water test on the pump, by raising and lowering the handle a full 40 strokes. A properly performing pump will yield greater than 10 liters.
  • Perform a water test on the pump, by raising and lowering the handle a full 40 strokes. A properly performing pump will yield greater than 10 liters.

Loosen the bolt on front of the face plate with the Afridev tool. Remove the plate from the pump by lifting it straight up.
  • Loosen the bolt on front of the face plate with the Afridev tool.

  • Remove the plate from the pump by lifting it straight up.

Insert the T-handle into the top cylinder of the exposed pump rod. Insert the T-handle into the top cylinder of the exposed pump rod. Insert the T-handle into the top cylinder of the exposed pump rod.
  • Insert the T-handle into the top cylinder of the exposed pump rod.

Loosen the 2 bolts on either side of handle. It is not necessary to remove the bolt at this time; however, take caution to not let the bolt fall out of the handle.
  • Loosen the 2 bolts on either side of handle.

  • It is not necessary to remove the bolt at this time; however, take caution to not let the bolt fall out of the handle.

Loosen the 2 bolts on either side of the head to remove the handle from the pump rod. It is not necessary to remove the bolt at this time; however, take caution to not let the bolt fall out of the handle. It is not necessary to remove the bolt at this time; however, take caution to not let the bolt fall out of the handle.
  • Loosen the 2 bolts on either side of the head to remove the handle from the pump rod.

  • It is not necessary to remove the bolt at this time; however, take caution to not let the bolt fall out of the handle.

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Lift the handle to a horizontal position. Lift the handle to a horizontal position.
  • Lift the handle to a horizontal position.

While one person lifts up on the T-handle, remove the bolt and connection pieces. While one person lifts up on the T-handle, remove the bolt and connection pieces. While one person lifts up on the T-handle, remove the bolt and connection pieces.
  • While one person lifts up on the T-handle, remove the bolt and connection pieces.

Remove the bolt and connection pieces from the handle. Set the bolt pieces in a sanitary place, such as a bucket, to prevent contamination. Set the bolt pieces in a sanitary place, such as a bucket, to prevent contamination.
  • Remove the bolt and connection pieces from the handle.

  • Set the bolt pieces in a sanitary place, such as a bucket, to prevent contamination.

Remove the handle from the pump. Be sure to set the handle in a sanitary place to prevent contamination.
  • Remove the handle from the pump.

  • Be sure to set the handle in a sanitary place to prevent contamination.

Grab firmly on the T-handle and lift the pump rod straight up. Expose the first connection of the pump rod, and support the portion below the connection.
  • Grab firmly on the T-handle and lift the pump rod straight up.

  • Expose the first connection of the pump rod, and support the portion below the connection.

While holding the pump rod below the first connection tightly, lower the first portion of the rod to a horizontal position. While holding the pump rod below the first connection tightly, lower the first portion of the rod to a horizontal position.
  • While holding the pump rod below the first connection tightly, lower the first portion of the rod to a horizontal position.

Unhook the first connection by pushing it out and down, then pulling it away from the rest of the rod. Unhook the first connection by pushing it out and down, then pulling it away from the rest of the rod. Unhook the first connection by pushing it out and down, then pulling it away from the rest of the rod.
  • Unhook the first connection by pushing it out and down, then pulling it away from the rest of the rod.

Repeat steps 11-13 for the remaining sections of pump rod. Be sure to set the pump rod segments above the ground to avoid contamination. Be sure to set the pump rod segments above the ground to avoid contamination.
  • Repeat steps 11-13 for the remaining sections of pump rod.

  • Be sure to set the pump rod segments above the ground to avoid contamination.

Place one wrench on the top side of the top base of the tank spout. Place another wrench on the underside of the bolt in order to get more leverage.
  • Place one wrench on the top side of the top base of the tank spout.

  • Place another wrench on the underside of the bolt in order to get more leverage.

  • Pull the top wrench to the right, and the bottom wrench to the left.

Remove the loosened bolt from the pump. Repeat this procedure for the 3 remaining bolts. Repeat this procedure for the 3 remaining bolts.
  • Remove the loosened bolt from the pump.

  • Repeat this procedure for the 3 remaining bolts.

Lift the tank straight up to remove it from the pump. Be sure to place the tank in a sanitary place to prevent contamination.
  • Lift the tank straight up to remove it from the pump.

  • Be sure to place the tank in a sanitary place to prevent contamination.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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