ELECTRIC CHARGING: When charging
the system with the electric pump, the Motor/Pulley(14) turns the Pump/Pulley(17); Oil is drawn out of the Oil
Tank(20) then passing through the Pump and the Check Valve Assembly(16). (The Check Valve prevents oil from moving
backwards when the pump is shut off.) The oil is sent under pressure into the Manifold(7), where it is then sent
to the Pressure Gauge(1) and to fill the Accumulator(9).
Within the Manifold, oil is sent through the Filter(28), to the Pressure Relief Valve(29) and the Pressure Switch(30).
When the pressure reaches the specified psi, the Pressure Switch shuts off the motor. The Motor can also be shut
off at any time with the Stop Button, or if the oil level is too low, the Oil Level Switch(19) will stop the motor,
and the Oil Light on the Electric Control Panel(27) will come on. The Pressure Relief Valve is a safety feature
to prevent excessive pressure in the system.