Originally Posted by brad12kx
You are right about this being a non-serviceable assembly. If you want to replace the seal, you may be able to find one at a bearing supply place. Taking them the old seal as a sample would be best. As for getting the bar back out of the actuator...
. For the most part, your in uncharted waters.
You can view the service manual section on this unit Here
Thank you very much for the info!
Just as I thought-- replaced as an assembly, no user-serviceable parts inside.
This being the case, I think I might just leave well enough alone & not try and disassemble it because I that that might make it even more prone to come apart again.
I will, however, try and find a way to make that seal work a little better. I wish I would have had the time to pull the old one & source a new one, but around here, that could have taken days because such supply houses are so few & far between.
Oh well, if it comes apart again or fails to actuate, I'll replace it. BIG bucks, I'll bet.
Thanks again for the help.