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Changing Oil, Flushing System, And Checking Filter On Any Minipack MVS


1. Cycle your machine three times with the seal time adjusted to 0.5, being the lowest setting. This helps prevent burning the wire and the Teflon tape. Once this is done, turn off your machine and unplug it.

2. Remove the rear panel (total of 6 bolts). (See Figure 1)

3. Remove the bottom drain plug first followed by the top fill plug. This will allow the oil to begin draining. Slightly tilt the machine to ensure proper drainage. Once the oil is drained, re-insert the bottom drain plug.

4. Once the oil is drained, you have the option of flushing the system. If your sealer does not need to be flushed, please skip steps 5 & 6.

5. Add 1/3 quart of flushing oil and re-insert the top fill plug.

6. Run your machine through 20 complete cycles at a seal time of "0.5" Once all 20 cycles are completed, drain the flushing oil (as found in step 3). It is recommended to flush your system a total of two times to thoroughly clean it. If the flushing oil still appears to be dirty, after the second flush, you may need to flush them machine a third or fourth time until the drained flushing oil appears to be clean.

7. Insert the bottom drain plug and add new oil. To prevent a mess, add the oil slowly until the oil level is between the minimum and maximum level found on the oil sight window. (See Figure 2)

8. Once the new oil is properly added, run your machine a total of 3 cycles and re-check the oil level. Adjust the oil (adding or removing) accordingly. Never add too much oil.

9. As part of the oil changing process, you will also need to change the filter. When changing the filter, be sure the machine is turned off and unplugged. You may now remove the four bolts from the side panel (as displayed in the below image). (See Figure 3)

10. Once the four bolts have been removed, remove the black plastic cover. Once the cover is removed, you will see a propeller-shaped metal bracket with a bolt set in the middle. (See Figure 4)

11. Loosen the bolt from the propeller-shaped bracket, but do not remove it. Once the bolt is loose, twist the metal bracket until it comes out. Remove the bracket.

12. Notice the orientation of the filter in the housing. You may now remove the filter. With the filter removed, you will see a round opening in the back of the housing with an o-ring around it. Using a rag, clean the opening. (See Figure 5)

13. Clean the opening of the filter, put your mouth on it and blow. If air flows freely through the filter, it is fine and does not need to be replaced. If air does not flow freely through the filter, it will need to be replaced.

14. Be sure to replace the filter if it is worn out. A clogged filter will over-stress the pump and cause the machine to run improperly. If the filter is extremely clogged, it may even cause permanent damage to the motor.

15. Adding a new filter is the reversal of removing it. Insert the new filter and re-apply the metal bracket used to hold the filter in place. As mentioned earlier, orientation of the filter and bracket is important. This may take some fine-tuned adjustments until everything fits properly. Now you may re-tighten the center bolt. Do not over tighten the bolt as it may cause the bracket to come loose.

16. Put the black cover back over the filter housing and re-insert and tighten the four bolts.
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