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Untitled - Flannery Plant Hire

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Untitled - Flannery Plant

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  • Page 6 and 7: MACHINE NUMBERSTRANSMISSIONTYPE:MFG
  • Page 8 and 9: CONTENTSMACHINE NUMBERSSAFETYRecogn
  • Page 10 and 11: CONTENTSPeriodic Replacement of Par
  • Page 12 and 13: SAFETYRECOGNIZE SAFETY INFORMATION!
  • Page 14 and 15: SAFETYWEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING!" We
  • Page 16 and 17: SAFETYUSE HANDHOLDS AND STEPS!" Fal
  • Page 18 and 19: OPERATE ONLY FROM OPERATOR’S SEAT
  • Page 20 and 21: PROVIDE SIGNALS FOR JOBS INVOLVINGM
  • Page 22 and 23: SAFETYAVOID INJURY FROM ROLLAWAYACC
  • Page 24 and 25: SAFETYKEEP PERSONNEL CLEAR FROM WOR
  • Page 26 and 27: SAFETYDIG WITH CAUTION!" Accidental
  • Page 28 and 29: SAFETYPARK MACHINE SAFELYTo avoid a
  • Page 30 and 31: SAFETYPRACTICE SAFE MAINTENANCETo a
  • Page 32 and 33: SAFETYPREVENT PARTS FROM FLYING!" T
  • Page 34 and 35: SAFETYAVOID HIGH-PRESSURE FLUIDS!"
  • Page 36 and 37: SAFETYCheck Heat Shields:!" Damaged
  • Page 38 and 39: SAFETYAVOID HEATING NEAR PRESSURIZE
  • Page 40 and 41: HANDLE CHEMICAL PRODUCTS SAFELYSAFE
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    OPERATOR'S STATIONBRAKE PEDAL12CAUT

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONSHIFT LEVER1Trave

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONBRAKE SWITCHBrake

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONWIPER SWITCHTurn

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    COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGEEngine coo

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONALTERNATOR INDICA

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    TRIP METER(TRIP METER 1 AND TRIP ME

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONResetting Set-Hou

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONSWITCH PANEL1- En

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONWORK LIGHT SWITCH

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONSWITCH PANEL (Opt

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONHORN SWITCHHorn s

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONCAB LIGHTTurn the

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONSWING LOCK LEVERT

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONAUTO AIR CONDITIO

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    OPERATOR'S STATION!" Temperature Co

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONCOOLING OPERATION

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONAUTO AIR CONDITIO

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONControl Panel Des

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    OPERATOR'S STATION!" Circulation Mo

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONDEFROSTER OPERATI

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONCAB HEATER (Optio

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONDEFROSTER OPERATI

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONStation Presettin

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONStation Presettin

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    CLOSING UPPER FRONT WINDOWOPERATOR'

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONOPENING/CLOSING O

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONADJUSTING THE SEA

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    ADJUSTING THE AIR-SUSPENSION SEAT(O

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    OPERATOR'S STATIONSEAT BELT1 2CAUTI

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    OBSERVE ENGINE OPERATION CLOSELYBRE

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    INSPECT MACHINE DAILY BEFORE START-

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    STARTING THE ENGINE IN ORDINARY TEM

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    CHECK INSTRUMENTS AFTER STARTINGOPE

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    OPERATING THE ENGINEDisconnecting t

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    TRAVELINGCorrect machine operation

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    PrecautionsDRIVING THE MACHINE1. Ch

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    DRIVING THE MACHINE1. Even after th

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    TRAVELING IN WATER OR ON SOFTTERRAI

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    DRIVING THE MACHINEEMERGENCY PARKIN

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    CONTROL LEVER (ISO PATTERN)OPERATIN

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    OPERATING THE MACHINESTEERING WHEEL

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEWarming-up the

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEAUTO-IDLEWith

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEChanging Auto-

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEPOWER MODEOne

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    PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATIONSOPERATING

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    TRAVELING/OPERATING THE MACHINE ONA

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEEXCAVATION•

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEGRADINGWhile o

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    OPERATING THE MACHINEEMERGENCY BOOM

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    OVERNIGHT STORAGE INSTRUCTIONSOPERA

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    GENERAL TRANSPORTATION HINTSTRANSPO

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    TRANSPORTATION2. Load the machine s

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    TRANSPORTATIONTOWING MACHINEWhen to

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    MAINTENANCECORRECT MAINTENANCE AND

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    MAINTENANCELAYOUTMonoblock boomBuck

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    MAINTENANCEMaintenance Guide TableS

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    MAINTENANCEHOOD AND ACCESS COVERS11

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    MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE GUIDEA. GREA

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    F. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM (See Page 7-37)

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    Brand Names of Recommended GreaseWh

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    MAINTENANCEA. GREASINGFront Joint P

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    MEMOMAINTENANCE....................

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    MAINTENANCESwing Internal Gear ---

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    MAINTENANCEPropel Shaft (Front and

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    MAINTENANCEB. ENGINEEngine Oil Leve

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    MAINTENANCE11. Open the right and l

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    MAINTENANCESwing Reduction GearChec

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    MAINTENANCEFront AxleCAUTION: The c

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    MAINTENANCEFront and Rear Hub Reduc

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    MAINTENANCECheck Brake Accumulator1

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    MAINTENANCEE. TIRETire/SizeUse tire

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    MAINTENANCEF. HYDRAULIC SYSTEMINSPE

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    REPLACEMENT OF HYDRAULIC OIL ANDFIL

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    MAINTENANCEDrain Hydraulic Oil Tank

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    MAINTENANCEBleed Air from Hydraulic

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    MAINTENANCEClean the Suction Filter

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    MAINTENANCEReplace Full-Flow Filter

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    MAINTENANCEReplace Air Breather Ele

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    MAINTENANCECheck Hoses and Lines---

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    MAINTENANCETable 2. LinesInterval(h

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    MAINTENANCEMetal Face Seal Fittings

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    MAINTENANCENOTE: Take precautions f

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    MAINTENANCEBleed Air from Fuel Syst

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    MAINTENANCEClean Feed Pump Strainer

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    MAINTENANCEH. AIR CLEANERClean Air

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    MAINTENANCEI. COOLING SYSTEMCoolant

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    MAINTENANCEChange Coolant--- twice

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    MAINTENANCEJ. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMIMPO

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    MAINTENANCEElectrolyte Level Check

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    MAINTENANCEREPLACING FUSESIf any el

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    MAINTENANCEK. MISCELLANEOUS1 4 5Che

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    MAINTENANCEChange BucketCAUTION: Wh

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    MAINTENANCEAdjust the Bucket Linkag

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    MAINTENANCEClean and Replace Air Co

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    MAINTENANCECheck the Air Conditione

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    MAINTENANCECheck Injection Nozzle--

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    MAINTENANCECheck Tightening Torque

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    MAINTENANCECheck Tightening Torque

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    MAINTENANCE1. Retighten the engine

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    MAINTENANCE10. Retighten the swing

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    MAINTENANCE17. Retighten propel sha

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    MEMOMAINTENANCE....................

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    MEMOMAINTENANCE UNDER SPECIAL ENVIR

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    STORAGEREMOVING THE MACHINE FROM ST

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    TROUBLESHOOTING3. Engine is hard to

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    TROUBLESHOOTINGProblem Cause Soluti

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    TROUBLESHOOTINGBrakeProblem Cause S

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    TROUBLESHOOTING8. Engine SpeedProbl

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    SPECIFICATIONSSpecificationsZAXIS13

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    SPECIFICATIONSSpecificationsZAXIS13

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    SPECIFICATIONSWORKING RANGESZAXIS13

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    SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONSZAXIS16

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    SpecificationsZAXIS160W (FRONT BLAD

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    SPECIFICATIONSSpecificationsZAXIS16

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    BUCKET TYPES AND APPLICATIONSZAXIS1

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    SPECIFICATIONSSpecificationsZAXIS18

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    SPECIFICATIONSSpecificationsZAXIS18

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    SPECIFICATIONSWORKING RANGESZAXIS18

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    SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONSZAXIS21

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    SpecificationsZAXIS210W (FRONT BLAD

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    SPECIFICATIONSSpecificationsZAXIS21

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    BUCKET TYPES AND APPLICATIONSZAXIS2

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    OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICES"#

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    OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICESSta

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    ATTACHMENT PEDAL (BREAKER)(Optional

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    OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICES•

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    ATTACHMENT PEDAL(HYDRAULIC CRUSHER)

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    OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICESELE

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    OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICESIf

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    OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICESADD

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    MEMOOPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICE

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    INDEXGGeneral Precautions for Cab..

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