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0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

SWING MOTOR TYPE: MFG.

SWING MOTOR TYPE: MFG. NO.: HYDRAULIC PUMP TYPE: MFG. NO.: MACHINE NUMBERS M1M0-00-005 M1M0-00-006

MACHINE NUMBERS SAFETY Recognize Safety Information ..............................S-1 Understand Signal Words ....................................S-1 Follow Safety Instructions ....................................S-2 Prepare for Emergencies......................................S-2 Wear Protective Clothing......................................S-3 Protect Against Noise ...........................................S-3 Inspect Machine ...................................................S-3 Tidy Up Inside Operator’s Space .........................S-4 Use Handholds and Steps....................................S-4 Adjust the Operator’s Seat ...................................S-5 Ensure Safety Before Rising from or Leaving Operator’s Seat.................................S-5 Fasten Your Seat Belt ..........................................S-5 Move and Operate Machine Safely ......................S-6 Operate Only from Operator’s Seat......................S-7 Jump Starting .......................................................S-7 Keep Riders off Machine ......................................S-7 Precautions for Operations...................................S-8 Investigate Job Site Beforehand ..........................S-9 Protect Against Falling Stones and Debris.........S-10 Provide Signals for Jobs Involving Multiple Numbers of Machines.....................S-10 Confirm Direction of Machine to be Driven.........S-10 Drive Machine Safely..........................................S-11 Avoid Injury from Rollaway Accidents ................S-13 Avoid Injury from Back-Over and Swing Accidents ...........................................S-14 Keep Personnel Clear from Working Area .........S-15 Never Position Bucket Over Anyone ..................S-15 Avoid Undercutting .............................................S-15 Avoid Tipping......................................................S-16 Never Undercut a High Bank..............................S-16 Dig with Caution .................................................S-17 Operate with Caution..........................................S-17 Avoid Power Lines..............................................S-17 Precautions for Lightning....................................S-18 Do Not Use for Craning Operations ...................S-18 Protect Against Flying Debris .............................S-18 Park Machine Safely...........................................S-19 Handle Fluids Safely --- Avoid Fires...................S-19 Safety Transporting ............................................S-20 Practice Safe Maintenance ................................S-21 Warn Others of Service Work.............................S-22 Support Machine Properly..................................S-23 Stay Clear of Moving Parts.................................S-23 Prevent Parts from Flying...................................S-23 Store Attachments Safely...................................S-24 Prevent Burns.....................................................S-24 Replace Rubber Hoses Periodically...................S-25 Avoid High-Pressure Fluids................................S-25 Prevent Fires ......................................................S-26 Evacuating in Case of Fire .................................S-28 Beware of Exhaust Fumes .................................S-28 CONTENTS Beware of Asbestos Dust................................... S-28 Precautions for Welding and Grinding ............... S-29 Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines ..... S-29 Avoid Applying Heat to Lines Containing Flammable Fluids ........................................ S-29 Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating ......... S-30 Prevent Battery Explosions................................ S-30 Precautions for Handling Refrigerant................. S-31 Handle Chemical Products Safely ..................... S-31 Dispose of Waste Properly ................................ S-31 SAFETY SIGNS ........................................... S-32 COMPONENTS NAME Components Name ............................................. 1-1 OPERATOR’S STATION Pedals, Levers and Monitor Panel...................... 1-2 Key Switch .......................................................... 1-4 Switch Panel ....................................................... 1-4 Monitor Panel...................................................... 1-5 Coolant Temperature Gauge........................ 1-5 Fuel Gauge ................................................... 1-5 System Failure Indicator ............................... 1-6 Engine Oil Pressure Indicator ....................... 1-6 Overheat Indicator ........................................ 1-6 Fuel Level Indicator ...................................... 1-6 Alternator Indicator ....................................... 1-7 Preheat Indicator .......................................... 1-7 Fast Travel Mode Indicator ........................... 1-7 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), Display Selection Switch, and Set Switch .... 1-8 How to Operate Trip Meter ................................. 1-9 Air Conditioner Operation ................................. 1-12 Controller Part Names and Functions ........ 1-12 Heating Operation....................................... 1-13 Cooling Operation....................................... 1-13 Defroster Operation .................................... 1-13 Tips for Air Conditioner Usage.......................... 1-14 Radio................................................................. 1-15 AM/FM Radio Operation ................................... 1-16 Cab Door Release Lever (Only on Cab-Equipped Machines) ............ 1-18 Opening/Closing Cab Front Window ................ 1-19 Adjusting Operator’s Seat ................................. 1-20 Tool and Operator’s Manual Boxes .................. 1-20 Emergency Exit................................................. 1-21 Seat Belt............................................................ 1-22 Cab Light........................................................... 1-22 BREAK-IN Breaking in New Machine ................................... 2-1 OPERATING THE ENGINE Before Starting Engine........................................ 3-1 Starting the Engine ............................................. 3-2

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  • Page 3: INDEX MACHINE NUMBERS SAFETY SAFETY
  • Page 8 and 9: Starting the Engine in Cold Weather
  • Page 10 and 11: MEMO CONTENTS .....................
  • Page 12 and 13: FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAFETY
  • Page 14 and 15: TIDY UP INSIDE OPERATOR’S SPACE S
  • Page 16 and 17: MOVE AND OPERATE MACHINE SAFELY SAF
  • Page 18 and 19: PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATIONS SAFETY
  • Page 20 and 21: PROTECT AGAINST FALLING STONES AND
  • Page 22 and 23: SAFETY • Traveling down a slope i
  • Page 24 and 25: AVOID INJURY FROM BACK-OVER AND SWI
  • Page 26 and 27: AVOID TIPPING SAFETY DO NOT ATTEMPT
  • Page 28 and 29: PRECAUTIONS FOR LIGHTNING SAFETY
  • Page 30 and 31: SAFETY TRANSPORTING SAFETY • The
  • Page 32 and 33: SAFETY • Disconnect battery groun
  • Page 34 and 35: STORE ATTACHMENTS SAFELY SAFETY •
  • Page 36 and 37: PREVENT FIRES Check for Oil Leaks:
  • Page 38 and 39: EVACUATING IN CASE OF FIRE SAFETY
  • Page 40 and 41: REMOVE PAINT BEFORE WELDING OR HEAT
  • Page 42 and 43: SAFETY SIGNS All safety signs and t
  • Page 44 and 45: SAFETY SIGNS SS4604981 SS-1832 SS44
  • Page 46 and 47: (2Way Multi Lever Equipped Machines
  • Page 48 and 49: PEDALS, LEVERS AND MONITOR PANEL 1-
  • Page 50 and 51: KEY SWITCH 1- OFF (Engine OFF) 2- O
  • Page 52 and 53: OPERATOR’S STATION System Failure
  • Page 54 and 55: LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD), DISPL
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    OPERATOR’S STATION • Set Time C

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    AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION 1- Contro

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    TIPS FOR AIR CONDITIONER USAGE OPER

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    AM/FM RADIO OPERATION OPERATOR’S

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    OPERATOR’S STATION Clock Setting

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    ADJUSTING OPERATOR’S SEAT Seat Fo

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    SEAT BELT OPERATOR’S STATION WARN

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    MEMO BREAK-IN .....................

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    STARTING THE ENGINE OPERATING THE E

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    OPERATING THE ENGINE CHECK MACHINE

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    STOPPING THE ENGINE Stop the engine

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    • Pivot Turn Steer the machine by

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    TRAVELING ON SOFT GROUND DRIVING TH

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    DRIVING IN WATER OR ON SOFT GROUND

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    MEMO DRIVING THE MACHINE ..........

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    CONTROL LEVER (H-PATTERN: HITACHI E

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    BOOM-SWING PEDAL OPERATING THE MACH

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    BLADE LEVER OPERATING THE MACHINE U

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    PILOT CONTROL SHUT-OFF LEVER OPERAT

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    AUTO-IDLE CONTROL OPERATING THE MAC

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    GRADING OPERATION OPERATING THE MAC

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    BOOM CYLINDER MAY HIT BLADE OPERATI

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    USING RUBBER CRAWLER OPERATING THE

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    PIPING FOR BREAKER AND CRUSHER (OPT

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    OPERATING THE MACHINE 3. Do not ope

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    OPERATING THE MACHINE 10. Do not op

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    OPERATING THE MACHINE • When crus

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    OPERATING THE MACHINE EMERGENCY BOO

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    MEMO OPERATING THE MACHINE ........

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    LOADING TRANSPORTING WARNING: • A

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    UNLOADING TRANSPORTING WARNING: •

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    MEMO TRANSPORTING .................

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    PROCEDURES IMPORTANT: Never adjust

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    OPENING/CLOSING ENGINE ACCESS COVER

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    ACCESS COVERS MAINTENANCE WARNING:

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    PERIODIC REPLACEMENT OF PARTS MAINT

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    E. FUEL SYSTEM (See Page 7-41) MAIN

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    MAINTENANCE THE BRAND NAMES OF RECO

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    Gear Oil Manufacturer Air Temp Gear

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    (3) Boom foot (4) Arm cylinder rod

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    Bucket and Link Pins --- every 100

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    Swing Internal Gear --- every 500 h

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    B. ENGINE MAINTENANCE Engine Oil Le

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    C. TRANSMISSION Travel Reduction Ge

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    D. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Ins

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    Drain Hydraulic Oil Tank Sump --- e

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    MAINTENANCE Bleed Air from Hydrauli

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    Replace Full Flow Filter --- every

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    MAINTENANCE 4. Rotate the hexagon s

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    Lines Interval (Hours) Daily Flange

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    • Flat Face O-ring Seal Fitting (

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    NOTE: When disconnecting a coupler

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    Check Water Separator --- daily Whe

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    Check Fuel Hoses --- daily --- ever

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    G. COOLING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE NOTE:

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    MAINTENANCE Check and Adjust Fan Be

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    Clean Radiator and Oil Cooler Core

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    MAINTENANCE Electrolyte Level Check

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    Replacing Fuses --- As required MAI

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    MAINTENANCE 3. Clean shank (6) surf

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    Adjust Track Sag (rubber crawler) a

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    Replace Rubber Track --- As require

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    Check Track Sag (steel crawler) ---

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    MAINTENANCE Check and Replace Seat

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    Clean and Replace Air Conditioner F

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    Clean Cab Floor--- as necessary MAI

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    MAINTENANCE Check Starter and Alter

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    MAINTENANCE No. Descriptions Bolt D

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    MAINTENANCE CHECK TILT MECHANISM FU

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    MAINTENANCE IMPORTANT: The operatio

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    MAINTENANCE 5. Securely install the

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    MEMO CONSUMABLE PARTS LIST ........

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    MAINTENANCE UNDER SPECIAL ENVIRONME

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    STORAGE REMOVING THE MACHINE FROM S

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    TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE Problem Caus

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    TROUBLESHOOTING ENGINE Problem Caus

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    TROUBLESHOOTING ELECTRICAL SYSTEM P

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    TROUBLESHOOTING MODE SELECTION Prob

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    TROUBLESHOOTING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Pr

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    TROUBLESHOOTING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Pr

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    WORKING RANGE SPECIFICATION Model Z

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    MEMO SPECIFICATIONS ...............

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    MEMO REFERENCE ....................

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    J Jump Starting ...................

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    MEMO INDEX ........................

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