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0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

0712-0299ZX60USB-3 - Flannery Plant Hire

PILOT CONTROL SHUT-OFF

PILOT CONTROL SHUT-OFF LEVER OPERATING THE MACHINE Pilot control shut-off lever (1) is a device to prevent the machine from being unexpectedly operated even if the control levers are accidentally moved, such as with a part of the body or when the operator is getting in or out of the operator’s station. Pilot control shut-off lever (1) is linked to console (2) latch mechanism so that console (2) is raised in the LOCK position to aid in entering and exiting the operator’s station and for maintenance. WARNING: • To deactivate control lever and pedal functions, be sure to pull pilot control shut-off lever (1) and raise console (2) to the fully locked position. To reactivate control lever (3) function, always hold and push pilot control shut-off lever (1) down. Never attempt to lower raised console (2) or control levers (3) to reactivate control lever (3) function without holding pilot control shut-off lever (1). • Always stop the engine and pull pilot control shut-off lever (1) to the full LOCK position before exiting the operator’s station, even when exiting temporarily. • Be sure to move pilot control shut-off lever (1) to the LOCK position before exiting the machine after each shift. Pilot Control Shut-off Lever Operation Before Leaving the Machine: 1. Park the machine on a firm, level surface. Lower the bucket and blade to the ground. Return all control levers to NEUTRAL. Stop the engine. 2. To deactivate control lever (3) function, be sure to pull pilot control shut-off lever (1) and raise console (2) to the fully locked position. Before Starting Operation: WARNING: Never attempt to lower raised console (2) (to reactivate the pilot control shut-off function) by holding and pushing down control lever (3) and/or console (2). Always lower the console using pilot control shut-off lever (1). Be sure to hold pilot control shut-off lever (1) in LOCK (raised) position when starting the engine. Slowly lower pilot control shut-off lever (1) to UNLOCK position before starting operation. After moving pilot control shut-off lever(1) to the UNLOCK position, check that no activators move when all control levers and pedals are in NEUTRAL before starting operation. If any actuator moves after moving pilot control shut-off lever (1) to the UNLOCK position with all control levers and pedals in NEUTRAL, the machine may be experiencing trouble. Immediately return pilot control shut-off lever (1) to the LOCK position and stop the engine. Contact your authorized dealer for repair. 5-8 Lock Position Unlock Position 3 1 1 2 M1M0-03-001 M1M0-01-004

WARMING UP OPERATION OPERATING THE MACHINE The normal operating temperature of hydraulic oil is between 50 and 80°C (122 and 176°F). Hydraulic components may be seriously damaged if the machine is operated when the hydraulic oil temperature is below 20°C (68°F). Before starting work, be sure to follow these warm-up procedures until the temperature of the hydraulic oil reaches above 20°C (68°F). Warm-Up Procedures: 1. Run the engine at 100 to 200 min -1 (rpm) above slow idle speed for 5 minutes. 2. With the engine speed control lever or the engine speed control dial at the medium position, run the engine for 5 to 10 minutes. 3. Extend and retract each cylinder several times and lightly operate the swing and travel motors to warm up them. WARMING UP IN COLD WEATHER IMPORTANT: In case the hydraulic oil temperature is low, never operate the machine until all actuator speeds become normal after warming up operation. NOTE: During cold weather season, the warm-up operation system automaticaly operates so that the engine speed increases for a moment even though the engine control dial is in the slow idle position. When the engine coolant temperature increases, the engine speed gradually returns to a usual engine speed. It is normal. 1. Run the engine at intermediate speed for 5 minutes (longer if the air temperature is extremely low). 2. Do not run the engine at either slow or fast speed during this time. 3. Extend and retract each cylinder several times and lightly operate the swing and travel motors to warm up them. 4. Extend the bucket cylinder to the stroke end. Be sure not to hold the bucket lever in this position for more than 30 seconds. 5. Retract the bucket cylinder to the other stroke end. Be sure not to hold the bucket lever in this position for more than 30 seconds. 6. Repeat steps 4 to 5 until the bucket cylinder cycle time becomes normal. 5-9

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