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Thread: JoboBulletin B009: Removal of the CPA-2 and CPP-2 Motor Unit?

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    JoboBulletin B009: Removal of the CPA-2 and CPP-2 Motor Unit?

    Hi, everyone.

    Does anyone happen to have a copy of this Jobo Bulletin? Bulletin 034 refers to 009, but the Jobo-USA site doesn't have the 009 PDF.

    Many thanks.

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    Re: JoboBulletin B009: Removal of the CPA-2 and CPP-2 Motor Unit?

    I found a copy in the Wayback Machine...

    https://web.archive.org/web/20070816...etins/b009.htm

    ...but as you'll see it's missing the pictures. The text, in its entirety, is as follows:

    REMOVAL OF THE CPA-2 OR CPP-2 MOTOR UNIT

    You will need:

    A wide standard screwdriver.

    1) Unplug the CPA-2 or the CPP-2.

    2) Underneath each corner of the motor unit on the outside of the black trough, you will see a large slotted thumb nut. Remove all four thumb nuts. You may need to use the screwdriver to loosen the nuts.

    3) Lift the Motor Unit up out of the trough.

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    Re: JoboBulletin B009: Removal of the CPA-2 and CPP-2 Motor Unit?

    Thanks, Oren - I always forget about the Wayback Machine - much appreciated.
    Last edited by Henry Yorke; 18-Apr-2021 at 11:40.

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    Re: JoboBulletin B009: Removal of the CPA-2 and CPP-2 Motor Unit?

    I've removed the motor several times from my CPA-2.

    Remove the four large barrel nuts holding the housing to the water tray. Remove the electric plug from the wall. Pull the four rotary knobs (power, pump, rotation speed and temperature) up and off the rotary control shafts. Remove the red upper tray by taking the five self tapping screws out. Lift the housing up and off of the water tray. Turn it over and remove the 6 small machine screws with a small flat blade screwdriver.

    Then you can split the casing and see the motor. Remove the two blade-terminals that attach the heating indicator to the main board.

    To remove the motor, pull out the green and black wires that supply the motor. Remove the gear from the end of the shaft. Remove the two long screws that go from the tray-side and hold the motor in place.

    You should then be able to pull the motor out.

    Mike

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