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0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

Starting the Engine in

Starting the Engine in Cold Weather ...................3-3 Check Machine After Starting Engine .................3-4 Using Booster Batteries.......................................3-5 Stopping the Engine ............................................3-6 DRIVING THE MACHINE Travel Levers and Pedals....................................4-1 Travel Mode Switch .............................................4-3 Traveling on Soft Ground ....................................4-4 Raise One Track Using Boom and Arm ..............4-4 Towing the Machine ............................................4-5 Driving in Water or on Soft Ground .....................4-6 Parking and Stopping on Slopes .........................4-7 Parking on Slopes ...............................................4-7 OPERATING THE MACHINE Control Lever (ISO Excavator Pattern)................5-1 Control Lever (H-Pattern: Hitachi Excavator Pattern)..........5-2 Control Lever (SAE-Backhoe Pattern) ................5-3 Boom-Swing Pedal ..............................................5-4 Auxiliary Pedal (Optional)....................................5-5 Blade Lever ...............................................................5-6 Precautions for Blade Operation .........................5-7 Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever ................................5-8 Warming Up Operation........................................5-9 Warming Up in Cold Weather..............................5-9 Auto-Idle Control................................................5-10 Operating Backhoe............................................5-11 Grading Operation .............................................5-12 Avoid Driving Bucket Teeth into Ground ...........5-12 Avoid Abusive Operation...................................5-12 Avoid Striking with Bucket .................................5-13 Avoid Excavation Using Upperstructure and/or Boom Swing Power..........................5-13 Use Correct Track Shoe....................................5-13 Avoid Other Than Specified Machine Operations...................................................5-13 Boom Cylinder May Hit Blade ...........................5-14 Shackle Bracket Usage .....................................5-14 Avoid Hitting Blade with Bucket.........................5-15 Avoid Colliding Blade Against Rocks ................5-15 Avoid Colliding Boom Cylinder with Track.........5-15 Precautions for Installing Wide Bucket or Special Type Bucket....................................5-15 Using Rubber Crawler .......................................5-16 Piping for Breaker and Crusher (Optional) ........5-18 Hydraulic Breaker (Optional) .............................5-19 Crusher Operation (Optional) ............................5-23 Precautions for After Operating the Machine ....5-24 Auxiliary Flow Rate Control (Optional) ..............5-25 Emergency Boom Lowering Procedure ................5-26 TRANSPORTING Transporting by Road ..........................................6-1 Trailer Loading/Unloading ...................................6-1 CONTENTS Loading ............................................................... 6-2 Securing the Machine to the Trailer for Transportation ......................................... 6-3 Unloading ............................................................ 6-4 Lifting Machine with Crane.................................. 6-5 MAINTENANCE Check the Hour Meter Regularly......................... 7-1 Use Correct Fuels and Lubricants ...................... 7-1 Procedures.......................................................... 7-2 Prepare Machine for Inspection/Maintenance .... 7-3 Opening/Closing Engine Access Covers ............ 7-4 Opening/Closing Tank Covers............................ 7-5 Access Covers .................................................... 7-6 Daily Inspection................................................... 7-7 Periodic Replacement of Parts ........................... 7-8 Maintenance Guide............................................. 7-9 The Brand Names of Recommended Oils and Lubricants ..................................... 7-12 A. Greasing ....................................................... 7-15 Front Joint Pins (Incl. Swing Post Joint Pins) 7-15 Bucket and Link Pins .................................. 7-18 Blade Pins................................................... 7-18 Swing Bearing............................................. 7-19 Swing Internal Gear .................................... 7-20 Control Lever Universal Joint...................... 7-20 Tilt Mechanism............................................ 7-21 B. Engine........................................................... 7-22 Engine Oil Level Check .............................. 7-22 Change Engine Oil...................................... 7-22 Replace Engine Oil Filter ............................ 7-22 C. Transmission ................................................ 7-24 Travel Reduction Gear................................ 7-24 D. Hydraulic System ......................................... 7-26 Check Hydraulic Oil Level........................... 7-27 Drain Hydraulic Oil Tank Sump .................. 7-28 Change Hydraulic Oil.................................. 7-29 Clean Suction Filter .................................... 7-31 Replace Full Flow Filter .............................. 7-32 Replace Pilot Filter...................................... 7-33 Check Hoses and Lines.............................. 7-35 E. Fuel System.................................................. 7-41 Check Water Separator .............................. 7-42 Drain Fuel Tank Sump................................ 7-42 Replace Fuel Filter...................................... 7-43 Check Fuel Hoses ...................................... 7-44 F. Air Cleaner .................................................... 7-45 Clean the Air Cleaner Element ................... 7-45 G. Cooling System ............................................ 7-46 Check Coolant Level................................... 7-47 Check and Adjust Fan Belt Tension ........... 7-48 Change Coolant.......................................... 7-49 Clean Radiator and Oil Cooler Core........... 7-50 Clean Air Conditioner Condenser............... 7-50 Clean Air Conditioner Front Screen............ 7-50 H. Electrical System.......................................... 7-51

Battery .........................................................7-51 Replacing Fuses..........................................7-54 I. Miscellaneous.................................................7-55 Check Bucket Teeth for Looseness and/or Wear...........................................7-55 Replace Bucket ...........................................7-57 Adjust Track Sag (rubber crawler) and Check for Damage ................................7-58 Replace Rubber Track ................................7-60 Check Track Sag (steel crawler) .................7-62 Check and Replace Seat Belt .....................7-64 Check Air Conditioner .................................7-65 Clean and Replace Air Conditioner Filter....7-66 Clean Cab Floor ..........................................7-68 Check, Clean and Function Check Injection Nozzle.....................................7-69 Check and Adjust Valve Clearance.............7-69 Check, Clean and Function Check EGR Valve.............................................7-69 Measure Engine Compression Pressure ....7-69 Check Starter and Alternator.......................7-70 Check Crank Case Breather .......................7-70 Check Tightening Torque of Bolts and Nuts .. 7-71 Check Tilt Mechanism Fulcrum Bolts for Looseness........................................7-74 Preparation for Inspection and Maintenance...................................7-75 Tilting Floor Down .......................................7-77 CONSUMABLE PARTS LIST Consumable Parts List ........................................8-1 MAINTENANCE UNDER SPECIAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Maintenance Under Special Environmental Conditions .....................................................9-1 STORAGE Storing the Machine...........................................10-1 Removing the Machine from Storage................10-2 TROUBLESHOOTING Impossible to Start the Engine ..........................11-1 Engine ...............................................................11-2 Electrical System ...............................................11-6 Mode Selection..................................................11-8 Control Levers ...................................................11-9 Hydraulic System...............................................11-9 SPECIFICATION Specifications ....................................................12-1 Working Range..................................................12-2 Shoe Types and Applications............................12-3 Bucket Types and Applications .........................12-3 REFERENCE CONTENTS Additional Counterweight .................................. 13-1 INDEX ............................................................. 14-1

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  • Page 3: INDEX MACHINE NUMBERS SAFETY SAFETY
  • Page 6 and 7: SWING MOTOR TYPE: MFG. NO.: HYDRAUL
  • Page 10 and 11: MEMO CONTENTS .....................
  • Page 12 and 13: FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAFETY
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  • Page 16 and 17: MOVE AND OPERATE MACHINE SAFELY SAF
  • Page 18 and 19: PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATIONS SAFETY
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  • Page 26 and 27: AVOID TIPPING SAFETY DO NOT ATTEMPT
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  • Page 30 and 31: SAFETY TRANSPORTING SAFETY • The
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  • Page 36 and 37: PREVENT FIRES Check for Oil Leaks:
  • Page 38 and 39: EVACUATING IN CASE OF FIRE SAFETY
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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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