Servis-Rhino F-4123C Operator`s manual

1847 QT
2247 QT
LOADER
Part No. F-4369C
Published 03/12
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
This Operator's Manual is an integral part of the safe operation of this machine and must
be maintained with the unit at all times. READ, UNDERSTAND, and FOLLOW the Safety
and Operation Instructions contained in this manual before operating the equipment. C01Cover
RHINO
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To the Owner/Operator/Dealer
All implements with moving parts are potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded
operator who recognizes the potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices. The manufacturer has
designed this implement to be used with all its safety equipment properly attached to minimize the chance of
accidents.
BEFORE YOU START!!Read the safety messages on the implement and shown in your manual. Observe the
rules of safety and common sense!
WARRANTY INFORMATION:
Read and understand the complete Warranty Statement found in this Manual. Record the Serial Number and
Model Number in appropriate area. DEALER is to complete the Warranty registration ONLINE at ALAMOAG.COM.
1847 QT, 2247 QT
Operator’s Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION/PARA
PAGE
Dealer Preparations Check List................................. 4
Safety ........................................................................ 5
Federal Law & Regulations ..................................... 29
I
PREPARATION FOR USE ...................................... 32
2-1 Attaching to Tractor ........................................... 32
III
IV
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS................................ 34
3-1 General Safety .................................................. 34
3-2 Optional Bucket Level Gauge Rod .................... 34
3-3 Operation .......................................................... 34
3-4 Transporting ...................................................... 38
3-5 Loader Detaching & Storage ............................. 38
PAGE
MAINTENANCE ...................................................... 39
4-1 Maintenance Check List .................................... 39
4-3 Hydraulic System
Pressure Requirements..................................... 40
4-4 Troubleshooting................................................. 40
INTRODUCTION & DESCRIPTION ........................ 30
1-1 Introduction ....................................................... 30
1-2 Description ........................................................ 30
II
SECTION/PARA
V
ASSEMBLY ............................................................. 41
5-1 Mainframe Assembly......................................... 41
5-2 Control Valve
Assembly and Mounting ................................... 42
5-3 Power Beyond Kit.............................................. 43
5-4 Fork Lift Attachment .......................................... 44
Torque Specifications .............................................. 44
RETAIL CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITY
UNDER THE RHINO WARRANTY
It is the Retail Customer and/or Operator’s responsibility to read the Operator’s Manual, to operate, lubricate,
maintain and store the product in accordance with all instructions and safety procedures. Failure of the
operator to read the Operator’s Manual is a misuse of this equipment.
It is the Retail Customer and/or Operator’s Responsibility to inspect the product and to have any part(s)
repaired or replaced when continued operation would cause damage or excessive wear to other parts or cause
a safety hazard.
It is the Retail Customer’s responsibility to deliver the product to the authorized Rhino Dealer, from whom he
purchased it, for service or replacement of defective parts which are covered by warranty. Repairs to be
submitted for warranty consideration must be made within forty-five (45) days of failure.
It is the Retail Customer’s responsibility for any cost incurred by the Dealer for traveling to or hauling of the
product for the purpose of performing a warranty obligation or inspection.
UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS
DANGER: Indicates an imminently
ha]ardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious
injury. This signal word is to be limited
to the most extreme situations.
WARNING: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
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CAUTION: Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used
to alert against unsafe practices.
SAFETY SECTION
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SAFETY
General Safety Instructions and Practices
A careful operator is the best operator. Safety is of primary importance to the manufacturer and should be to
the owner/operator. Most accidents can be avoided by being aware of your equipment, your surroundings, and
observing certain precautions. The first section of this manual includes a list of Safety Messages that, if
followed, will help protect the operator and bystanders from injury or death. Read and understand these Safety
Messages before assembling, operating or servicing this Implement. This equipment should only be operated
by those persons who have read the manual, who are responsible and trained, and who know how to do so
responsibly.
The Safety Alert Symbol combined with a Signal Word, as seen below, is used throughout this
manual and on decals which are attached to the equipment. The Safety Alert Symbol means:
“ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!” The Symbol and Signal Word
are intended to warn the owner/operator of impending hazards and the degree of possible injury
faced when operating this equipment.
Practice all usual and customary safe working precautions and above all---remember safety is
up to YOU. Only YOU can prevent serious injury or death from unsafe practices.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, WILL result in DEATH OR
VERY SERIOUS INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, COULD result in DEATH
OR SERIOUS INJURY.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, MAY result in MINOR
INJURY.
Identifies special instructions or procedures that, if not strictly observed, could result in
damage to, or destruction of the machine, attachments or the environment.
NOTE: Identifies points of particular interest for more efficient and convenient operation or repair.(SG-1)
Si no lee ingles, pida ayuda a alguien que si lo lea para que le traduzca las
medidas de seguridad. (SG-3)
Operate this Equipment only with a Tractor equipped with an approved rollover-protective system (ROPS). Always wear seat belts. Serious injury or
even death could result from falling off the tractor--particularly during a turnover
when the operator could be pinned under the ROPS. (SG-7)
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SAFETY
Never allow children to operate, ride on, or come close to the Tractor or
Implement. Usually, 16-17 year-old children who are mature and
responsible can operate the implement with adult supervision, if they
have read and understand the Operator’s Manuals, been trained in
proper operation of the tractor and Implement, and are physically large
enough to reach and operate the controls easily. (SG-11)
Never allow children or other persons to ride on the Tractor or Implement.
Falling off can result in serious injury or death. (SG-10)
Never allow children to play on or around Tractor or Implement. Children can slip or fall off
the Equipment and be injured or killed. Inadvertent contact with controls can cause the
Implement to shift or fall crushing themselves or others. (SG-25)
DO NOT use drugs or alcohol immediately before or while operating the
Tractor and Implement. Drugs and alcohol will affect an operator’s
alertness and coordination and therefore affect the operator’s ability to
operate the equipment safely. Before operating the Tractor or Implement,
an operator on prescription or over-the-counter medication must consult
a medical professional regarding any side effects of the medication that
would hinder their ability to operate the Equipment safely. NEVER
knowingly allow anyone to operate this equipment when their alertness or
coordination is impaired. Serious injury or death to the operator or others
could result if the operator is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. (SG-27)
Engine Exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit
chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm. (SG-30)
Never walk or work under any raised boom or bucket. The Boom could fall and cause
serious bodily injury or death. Always lower the boom and bucket flat on the ground or
support the Boom and bucket on safety stands. Unload all hydraulic actuators prior to
performing any maintenance. To do this, set the bucket on the ground then kill the tractor
engine. Push and pull the control levers in and out several times to remove pressure. Do
not work under raised Boom or Bucket unless components are securely blocked up to
prevent inadvertent dropping. (SBH-7)
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SAFETY
Operator Safety Instructions and Practices
Never operate the Tractor or Implement until you have read and
completely understand this Manual, the Tractor Operator’s Manual, and
each of the Safety Messages found in the Manual or on the Tractor and
Implement. Learn how to stop the tractor engine suddenly in an
emergency.
Never allow inexperienced or untrained personnel to
operate the Tractor or Implement without supervision. Make sure the
operator has fully read and understood the manuals prior to operation.
(SG-4)
The operator and all support personnel should wear hard hats, safety
shoes, safety glasses, and proper hearing protection at all times for
protection from injury including injury from items that may be thrown by
the equipment. (SG-16)
PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO LOUD NOISE MAY CAUSE
PERMANENT HEARING LOSS! Tractors with or without an Implement
attached can often be noisy enough to cause permanent hearing loss.
We recommend that you always wear hearing protection if the noise in
the Operator’s position exceeds 80db. Noise over 85db over an
extended period of time will cause severe hearing loss. Noise over 90db
adjacent to the Operator over an extended period of time will cause
permanent or total hearing loss. NOTE: Hearing loss from loud noise
[from tractors, chain saws, radios, and other such sources close to the
ear] is cumulative over a lifetime without hope of natural recovery. (SG-I7)
Always read carefully and comply fully with the manufacturer’s
instructions when handling oil, solvents, cleansers, and any other
chemical agent. (SG-22)
Never run the Tractor engine in a closed building or without adequate ventilation. The
exhaust fumes can be hazardous to your health. (SG-23)
Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds,
chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive harm. (SG-31)
Prolonged operation may cause operator boredom and fatigue affecting safe operation.
Take scheduled work breaks to help prevent these potentially impaired operating
conditions. Never operate the Implement and Tractor in a fatigued or bored mental state
which impairs proper and safe operation. (SG-32)
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SAFETY
Use extreme caution when getting onto the Implement to perform repairs, maintenance and
when removing accumulated material. Only stand on solid flat surfaces to ensure good
footing. Use a ladder or raised stand to access high spots which cannot be reached from
ground level. Slipping and falling can cause serious injury or death. (SG-33)
Use extreme care when loading, carrying or handling any agricultural
fertilizers, chemicals or biological residue. Follow the manufacturer’s
handling instructions and wear appropriate Personal Protective
Equipment including gloves, safety glasses and respirator when required.
If you are using a tractor equipped with a cab, make sure the cab is rated
for appropriate environmental exposure. Be safe and always wear proper
protection. Short or long term exposure to certain chemicals and
materials can result in serious injury or death. (SL-19)
Repeated or substantial breathing of hazardous dusts, including
crystalline silica, could cause fatal or serious respiratory disease including
silicosis. Concrete, masonry, many types of rock, and various other
materials contain silica sand. California lists respirable crystalline silica as
a substance known to cause cancer. Operation of this equipment under
certain conditions may generate airborne dust particles that could contain
crystalline silica. In those conditions, personal protective equipment
including an appropriate respirator must be used. If excessive dust is
generated, a dust collection or suppression system should also be used
during operation. (SG-41)
Equipment Operation Safety Instructions and Practices
This Implement may be wider than the Tractor. Be careful when operating or transporting
this equipment to prevent the Implement from running into or striking sign posts, guard rails,
concrete abutments or other solid objects. Such an impact could cause the Implement and
Tractor to pivot violently resulting in loss of steering control, serious injury, or even death.
Never allow the Implement to contact obstacles. (S3PT-12)
Never grasp control levers when mounting the machine.
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(SBH-4)
SAFETY
The Boom is designed only to position and operate the Bucket which is attached to it. Never
attempt to lift, pull, or push other solid objects with the boom or bucket. Serious injury could
result from a structural failure when the Boom is used for purposes other than those for
which it was designed. (SBH-9)
BEFORE leaving the tractor seat lower the implement, set the parking
brake and/or set the tractor transmission in parking gear, disengage the
PTO, stop the engine, remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop. Place the tractor shift lever into a low range or parking gear to
prevent the tractor from rolling. Never dismount a Tractor that is moving
or while the engine is running. Operate the Tractor controls from the
tractor seat only. (SG-9)
Do not mount or dismount the Tractor while the tractor is moving. Mount
the Tractor only when the Tractor and all moving parts are completely
stopped. (SG-12)
Start tractor only when properly seated in the Tractor seat. Starting a
tractor in gear can result in injury or death. Read the Tractor operators
manual for proper starting instructions. (SG-13)
Operate the Tractor and/or Implement controls only while properly seated in the Tractor seat
with the seat belt securely fastened around you. Inadvertent movement of the Tractor or
Implement may cause serious injury or death. (SG-29)
DO NOT operate this Implement on a Tractor that is not properly maintained. Should a
mechanical or Tractor control failure occur while operating, immediately shut down the
Tractor and perform repairs before resuming operation. Serious injury and possible death
could occur from not maintaining this Implement and Tractor in good operating condition.
(SG-36)
Do Not operate this equipment in areas where insects such as bees may attack you and/or
cause you to lose control of the equipment. If you must enter in such areas, use a tractor
with an enclosed Cab and close the windows to prevent insects from entering. If a tractor
cab is not available, wear suitable clothing including head, face, and hand protection to
shield you from the insects. Attacking insects can cause you to lose control of the tractor,
which can result in serious injury or death to you or bystanders. Never dismount a moving
tractor. (SG-40)
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SAFETY
Keep bystanders 10 feet away from the tractor and loader while
operating. The bystanders could enter the path of the tractor or items
could fall from the loader resulting in serious injury to the bystander. (SL-01)
For added safety when lifting loads above the height of the operator,
install a certified Falling Object Protective Structure. Shiftable loads,
round bales, large loose items, and loader attachments can fall toward
the operator resulting in serious injury or death. Falling Object Protective
Structure (FOPS) rated Cab may be obtained from the tractor dealer or
other sources. (SL-02)
Before dismounting the tractor and loader lower the loader to the ground or
onto solid support blocks. Engage the loader valve travel lock to prevent
inadvertent movement of the valve controls causing the loader to suddenly
move and drop. Sudden dropping of the loader and attachment could
result in serious injury. (SL-05)
Use extra care when turning or stopping. Allow for increased length and weight of added
loader. The loader adds five to six feet of length in front of the tractor and significant weight.
Allow extra distance when stopping or turning. Do not allow loader or attachment to contact
solid objects. (SL-07)
Do not raise the loader into an overhead structure or allow a raised attachment to contact
overhead structures. Sudden or unexpected contact with an overhead structure could result
in serious injury. (SL-08)
Do not let the loader or attachment contact electrical power lines. Contact
with electrical power lines can result in serious injury or electrocution. If
the loader attachment contacts a power line remain in the tractor seat
until the power has been shut off. Stepping off the tractor can permit
electrical current to pass through the body resulting in electrocution. (SL-09)
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SAFETY
Store the grapple bucket or bale spear attachment with the point(s) on the
ground. Walking into the point of the bale or grapple spear can cause
serious bodily injury. Never drive the bale spear or grapple bucket
attachment forward if a bystander is in front of the loader. (SL-10)
Only mount the loader on a tractor that is listed on the mounting instructions. Never mount
on a tricycle steering front axle. Move the tractor front and rear wheels to the widest spacing
and add the recommended rear tractor ballast to prevent tractor tip over. Keep the tractor
tires properly inflated. Maintain at least 25% of the total Tractor and Loader weight including
the maximum load in the bucket or attachment on the rear axle. Always wear your seatbelt
and make sure the ROPS structure is fully deployed to prevent serious injury or death from
the tractor tipping over. (SL-11)
Carry the loader and attachment low when transporting to reduce the
potential of the tractor tipping over. Transport on slopes only at slow
speeds and use gradual turning angles. Tractor wheel contact with any
wash out, drop off or ground obstruction with a raised loader could result
in the tractor tipping over and causing serious injury. (SL-12)
Do not work from the loader or attachments. Do now allow any riders on
the loader, tractor or attachments. Falling off the loader could result in
serious injury and/or tractor run over. (SL-14)
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SAFETY
Do not use an attachment that is not securely attached to the quick
hitch, The attachment could fall resulting in severe crushing injuries
or death to the operator or bystanders.
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Rotate both hitch pin levers down to the locked position. You should feel a firm
resistance when locking the levers down. The pins must extend through the slots in
the bottom of the attachment bracket.
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Examine the fit between the quick hitch and the bottom of the attachment bracket.
The pins must extend through the slots in the bottom of the attachment bracket. The
tapered side of each pin must be firmly wedged against the surface of the slot on
the bottom of the attachment bracket. The attachment bucket should fit snugly
against the bottom of the quick hitch bracket. If there is a gap of more than 1/8” or if
the pins are not firmly seated do not use the attachment. Contact your dealer before
using the attachment.
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On level ground, tilt the attachment down 90° degrees and lower it to the ground.
Lower the loader further to slightly raise the front of the tractor off the ground. Drive
the tractor in reverse while the attachment is on the ground for 20-30 feet to ensure
the attachment does not disconnect. If the attachment disconnects during this
process, discontinue the use of the attachment and contact your dealer.
NEVER walk or work under or allow any person to be underneath a
raised loader or attachment. (SL-15)
Do not operate the loader from the ground. Operate the tractor and loader only while seated
in the tractor seat with the seatbelt fastened. The loader could fall crushing a person
resulting in serious injury or death. (SL-16)
Use extreme care when piling material above 6 feet high. Material
could shift and fall onto the operator or bystanders. The material could
crush or suffocate the operator or bystander resulting in serious injury
or death. (SL-17)
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SAFETY
Know before you DIG. Call 888-258-0808 and request that all buried utilities locations be
identified before digging in unfamiliar ground. Do not let the loader or attachment contact
buried electrical power lines, utilities or gas lines. Contact with electrical power lines can
result in serious bodily injury or electrocution. If the loader contacts a power line, remain in
the tractor seat until the power has been shut off. Stepping off the tractor can permit
electrical current to pass through the body resulting in electrocution. (SL-18)
Do not use loader as a jack to raise the tractor tires off the ground. The loader could fail
causing the tractor and loader to fall to the ground resulting in serious injury. (SL-25)
Use extreme care when loading, transporting or dumping loads that impair or partially block
the operator’s line of sight. Know where you are traveling. Make sure no bystanders are in
the area of travel. If a bystander assists in providing guidance, make sure they are not in the
path of travel. Keep all bystanders 25 feet away from travel path. (SL-29)
Always look behind you before backing up. Make sure you are looking
in the direction of travel. A bystander could walk behind the tractor.
Running into a bystander can result in serious injury or death. (SL-30)
Some tractors are equipped with a “Super Steer” front axle. When a
loader is mounted to this type of tractor, the bucket will shift in the
opposite direction from which the wheels are turned. Maximum shift will
be approximately 8 inches and most noticeable when the tractor is
stationary. Sudden or unexpected movement of the loader and
attachment could result in serious injury to the operator or bystanders.
(SL-33)
Operate the tractor and loader only in conditions where you have clear visibility in daylight
or with adequate artificial lighting. Never operate in darkness or foggy conditions where you
cannot clearly see at least 100 feet in front and to the sides of the tractor. Make sure you
can clearly see bystanders, ditches, steep slopes, drop-offs, overhead obstructions, power
lines, and debris or obstruction in the travel path. If you are unable to clearly see these
types of items discontinue operating. Contact with unseen vehicles, bystanders,
obstructions, or drop-offs can cause serious injury. (SL-35)
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SAFETY
Be particularly careful in transport. The Implement has raised and moved the center of
gravity to the front of the Power Unit increasing the possibility of overturn and tipping
forward. Turn curves or go up slopes only at low speed and using a gradual turning angle.
Go up slopes with the Implement located uphill. Slow down on rough or uneven surfaces.
(SPU-2)
Never leave the Implement and Power Unit unattended while the Implement is in the raised
position. Accidental operation of a lifting lever or a hydraulic failure may cause the
implement to suddenly fall causing serious injury or possible death to anyone who might
inadvertently be under the Implement. Lower the implement carefully to the ground. Do not
put hands or feet under lifted components. (SPU-3)
The center of gravity of a Power Unit equipped with a front-mounted Implement is shifted to
the front and removes weight from the rear wheels. The Power Unit should maintain at
least 25% total weight with the maximum load in the bucket or attachment on the rear
wheels to prevent tipping forward, loss of steering control, and possible injury. Add
counterweight if required when operating on slopes and proceed with the load uphill to
prevent tipping. Reference the Power Unit’s Operator’s Manual or an authorized dealer for
information on adding additional weight. (SL-37)
Make sure the hydraulic quick disconnects are fully seated into the connections. Do not use
the loader if the hydraulic connection is leaking. Leaking oil could allow the loader to fall
resulting in a serious crushing injury. (SL-22)
If the loader valve controls fail to functions properly discontinue use of the tractor and
loader until the controls are properly repaired. Sudden or unexpected movement or
dropping of the loader and attachment could result in serious injury. (SL-31)
Make sure all air is purged from the hydraulic system before using the loader. Air in the
system can cause the loader to respond sluggishly or with unexpected movement. The air
can be purged from the cylinder lines by fully cycling the cylinders several times from the
fully closed to fully open position. Sudden or unexpected movement or dropping of the
loader and attachment could result in serious injury. (SL-32)
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SAFETY
Connecting or Disconnecting Implement Safety Instructions and
Practices
Do not stand or allow bystander or coworkers between the loader and the
tractor while installing or disconnecting the loader from the tractor. Keep
hands and body clear of the loader and the loader mounts. Serious injury
or death can result from a person being crushed between the tractor and
loader. (SL-03)
Never allow anyone to get under the loader or attachment or to reach
through the loader lift arms when raised. Serious injury could result from
crushing or pinching by the loader or attachment. (SL-06)
Make sure the loader is properly attached to the tractor and the retaining pins securely lock
the loader into position. Improper mounting of the loader onto the tractor can result in the
loader falling causing serious injury. (SL-23)
Make sure all tractor and loader guards are in place and properly functioning. Do not use an
attachment if the roll back guards are damaged or missing. The roll back guards prevents
items carried in the attachment from rolling back onto the operator causing serious injury.
For added safety when lifting loads above the height of the operator, install a certified
Falling Object Protective Structure. (SL-28)
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SAFETY
Transporting Safety Instructions and Practices
Transport only at speeds where you can maintain control of the
equipment. Serious accidents and injuries can result from operating this
equipment at high speeds. Understand the Tractor and Implement and
how it handles before transporting on streets and highways. Make sure the Tractor steering
and brakes are in good condition and operate properly.
Before transporting the Tractor and Implement, determine the proper transport speeds for
you and the equipment. Make sure you abide by the following rules:
Test the tractor at a slow speed and increase the speed slowly. Apply the Brakes smoothly
to determine the stopping characteristics of the Tractor and Implement. As you increase
the speed of the Tractor the stopping distance increases.
Determine the maximum
transport speed not to exceed 20 mph (30 kph) for transporting this equipment.
Test the equipment at a slow speed in turns. Increase the speed through the turn only after
you determine that the equipment can be operated at a higher speed. Use extreme care
and reduce your speed when turning sharply to prevent the tractor and implement from
turning over. Determine the maximum turning speed for you and this equipment before
operating on roads or uneven ground.
Only transport the Tractor and Implement at the speeds which allow you to properly control
the equipment.
Be aware of the operating conditions. Do not operate the Tractor with weak or faulty brakes
or worn tires. When operating down a hill or on wet or rain slick roads, the braking distance
increases: use extreme care and reduce your speed. When operating in traffic always use
the Tractor’s flashing warning lights and reduce your speed. Be aware of traffic around you
and watch out for the other guy. (SG-19)
Before transporting the tractor and Loader engage the loader valve travel
lock to prevent inadvertent contact with the joystick controller causing
sudden dropping of the loader and attachment. If the loader attachment,
such as a bucket, were to drop suddenly and hit the ground while
transporting, the tractor could stop immediately resulting in the operator
hitting the steering wheel or flying our of the operator’s seat. Serious injury
could result. (SL-04)
Do not raise the loader on a hillside. Do not transport across a slope with
a raised loader. When the loader is raised, the center of gravity of the
tractor and loader is raised increasing the potential for the tractor to tip
over. Tractor wheel contact with any wash out, drop off or the ground
obstruction with a raised loader could result in the tractor tipping over and
causing serious bodily injury. (SL-21)
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SAFETY
Lower the loader to the bed of the truck or trailer when transporting the
tractor and loader with a truck. Measure to ensure the transport height
does not exceed the legal limits. Contact with overhead obstructions or
power lines can cause property damage or serious injury. (SL-34)
Before dismounting the tractor and loader, lower the loader to the ground or onto solid
support blocks. Sudden dropping of the loader and attachment could result in serious
injury. (SL-38)
Transport an empty bale spear tilted back in the vertical position to
prevent unintended harm to a person, animal or object. Serious injury
or death may occur from a bale spear puncture. (SL-39)
Never drive the power unit with the bucket or plow in the raised position. Traveling with
the bucket or plow in the raised position increases the chances of colliding with overhead
obstructions and making the unit more prone to tipping over. (SNPO-37)
Maintenance and Service Safety Instructions and Practices
READ, UNDERSTAND, and FOLLOW the following Safety Messages. Serious injury or
death may occur unless care is taken to follow the warnings and instructions stated in the
Safety Messages. Always use good common sense to avoid hazards. (SG-2)
Never interfere with factory-set hydraulic calibrations. Any change in calibration could
cause a failure of the equipment and may result in injury. (SBH-13)
Always maintain the safety signs in good readable condition. If the safety signs are missing,
damaged, or unreadable, obtain and install replacement safety signs immediately. (SG-5)
Make certain that the “Slow Moving Vehicle” (SMV) sign is installed in
such a way as to be clearly visible and legible. When transporting the
Equipment use the Tractor flashing warning lights and follow all local
traffic regulations. (SG-6)
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SAFETY
Do not modify or alter this Implement. Do not permit anyone to modify or alter this
Implement, any of its components or any Implement function. (SG-8)
Never work under the Implement, the framework, or any lifted component
unless the Implement is securely supported or blocked up to prevent
sudden or inadvertent falling which could cause serious injury or even
death. (SL-36)
Do not operate this Equipment with hydraulic oil or fuel leaking. Oil
and fuel are explosive and their presence could present a hazard. Do
not check for leaks with your hand! High-pressure oil streams from
breaks in the line could penetrate the skin and cause tissue damage
including gangrene. To check for a hose leak, SHUT the unit ENGINE
OFF and remove all hydraulic pressure. Wear oil impenetrable gloves,
safety glasses and use Cardboard to check for evidence of oil leaks. If
you suspect a leak, REMOVE the HOSE and have it tested at a Dealer.
If oil does penetrate the skin, have the injury treated immediately by a
physician knowledgeable and skilled in this procedure. (SG-15)
Never attempt to lubricate, adjust, or remove material from the Implement while it is in
motion or while tractor engine is running. (SG-20)
Periodically inspect all moving parts for wear and replace when
necessary with authorized service parts. Look for loose fasteners, worn
or broken parts, and leaky or loose fittings. Make sure all pins have
cotter pins and washers. Serious injury may occur from not maintaining
this machine in good working order. (SG-21)
Do Not fill fuel tank while engine is running. Refuel only after engine has cooled down. If
fuel is spilled, move machine away from the area of the spill and avoid creating any source
of ignition until the fuel has evaporated. (SBH-49)
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SAFETY
Avoid contact with hot surfaces including hydraulic oil tanks, pumps, motors, valves and
hose connections. Relieve hydraulic pressure before performing maintenance or repairs.
Use gloves and eye protection when servicing hot components. Contact with a hot surface
or fluid can cause serious injury from burns or scalding. (SG-34)
Use caution and wear protective gloves when handling sharp objects such as blades,
knives, and other cutting edges. Be alert to worn component surfaces which have sharp
edges. Sharp surfaces can inflict severe laceration injuries if proper hand protection is not
worn. (SG-37)
Avoid contact with hot surfaces of the engine or muffler. Use gloves and eye protection
when servicing hot components. Contact with a hot surface or fluid can cause serious injury
from burns or scalding. (SG-38)
Never allow anyone to get under the loader or attachment or to reach
through the loader lift arms when raised. Serious injury could result from
crushing or pinching by the loader or attachment. (SL-06)
PARTS INFORMATION
Rhino products are designed utilizing specifically matched system components to ensure optimum equipment
performance. These parts are made and tested to Rhino specifications. Non-genuine "will fit" parts do not
consistently meet these specifications. The use of “will fit” parts may reduce equipment performance, void
warranties, and present a safety hazard. Use genuine Rhino parts for economy and safety. (SPRM-2)
SEE YOUR RHINO DEALER
20
SAFETY
Storage and Parking Safety Instructions and Practices
Never crawl under or allow children to play around or on a loader that is disconnected from
the tractor. The loader could fall crushing a person resulting in serious injury or death. (SL-13)
Do not remove the attachment from the loader when the loader is disconnected from the
tractor. The attachment stabilizes the loader. If the attachment is removed, the loader will
fall and could result in serious injury. (SL-26)
Only disconnect and store the loader on firm flat ground. Make sure the loader stands are
properly installed and rest on firm ground or support blocks. If the stands sink or fail, the
loader could fall causing serious injury. (SL-27)
Concluding Safety Instructions and Practices
In addition to the design and configuration of this Implement, including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment,
hazard control and accident prevention are dependent upon the awareness, concern, prudence, and proper
training of personnel involved in the operation, transport, maintenance, and storage of the machine. Refer
also to Safety Messages and operation instruction in each of the appropriate sections of the Tractor and
Equipment Manuals. Pay close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to the Tractor and Equipment. (SG-18)
21
SAFETY
Decal Location
NOTE: Rhino supplies safety decals on this product to promote safe operation. Damage to the decals may
occur while in shipping, use, or reconditioning. Rhino cares about the safety of its customers, operators, and
bystanders, and will replace the safety decals on this product in the field, free of charge (Some shipping and
handling charges may apply). Contact your Rhino dealer to order replacement decals.
22
SAFETY
ITEM
PART NO.
QTY
LEVEL
DESCRIPTION
1.
49696
1
LOGO
Rhino, Left
2.
51448
1
LOGO
Rhino, Right
2
MODEL
1847 QT
2
MODEL
2247 QT
3.
4.
52740
2
WARNING
Oil Leaks
5.
52203
1
WARNING
Lock Valve in Transport
6.
52204
1
INSTRUCT
Loader Positions
7.
D469
1
WARNING
Loader Safety
8.
D468
2
DANGER
Crushing, Electrocution, Falling Hazard
9.
D471
1
WARNING
Handling Bales
10.
D470
1
DANGER
Use ROPS, Seatbelt, Rear Ballast
11.
03200347
*
REFLCTR
SMV Sign
12.
00776031
1
_________
Canister, Operator’s Manual
13.
55580
1
_________
Sheet. Decal; Includes two D516 Decals
(Note: For Optional Quick Attach Device Only)
* - Supplied by Tractor Manufacturer. Replace if missing.
NOTE: Order D438 Safety Decal Sheet which includes all safety decals.
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SAFETY
Decal Description
Rhino, Left
P/N 49696
Rhino, Right
P/N 51448
MODEL NAME: 1847 QT
1847 QT Name
MODEL NAME: 2247 QT
2247 QT Name
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SAFETY
WARNING! - DO NOT operate with oil leaks.
-Inspect hoses regularly. Failure to inspect and replace
worn hoses may allow them to rupture suddenly and
violently, resulting in serious bodily injury or death from
scalding, fire burn injury, or oil penetration.
-Frayed, torn or crimped hoses may rupture and spray
hot oil on operator causing serious injury. Oil may spray
on hot tractor parts and catch fire resulting in severe
injury, burn or death.
-To check for hose leak, shut tractor off and remove
hydraulic pressure. Never use hands to check for leaks.
-Wear safety glasses, oil, impenetrable gloves, and use
cardboard to check for evidence of oil leaks. If you
suspect a leak, remove the hose and have it tested at a
dealer.
KEEP SHIELDS IN PLACE OVER HYDRAULIC
COMPONENTS. Do not operate equipment if shields are
missing or if oil leaks exist.
-Repair or replace hoses as needed to prevent
unexpected failure and possible serious injury to operator
or bystander. If oil penetrates skin, serious injury or
gangrene could occur. A doctor familiar with this type of
injury must surgically remove the injected fluid
immediately.
P/N 52740
WARNING! Lock valve when in transport or
storage.
P/N 52203
Loader Positions.
P/N 52204
25
SAFETY
Loader Safety
-Read, understand and follow the operation, warning,
and safety instructions in the Operator’s Manual.
-Equip tractor with ROPS (Roll Over Protection System)
before installing or operating the loader.
-Operate Loader only from operator’s seat with the
seatbelt securely fastened around you.
-Carry bucket low during transport for better visibility and
to avoid overturns.
-Keep bystanders 10 feet away when operating loader.
-When parking or servicing unit, lower bucket to the
ground on level hard surface, stop engine, set parking
brake, place transmission in park.
-Read and understand mounting instructions in the
operator’s manual before installing or detaching loader.
-Do not remove bucket or attachment form detached
loader.
-Do not allow riders on tractor or loader.
-Do not allow children or untrained persons to operate
loader.
D469
Crushing Hazard, Electrocution Hazard, Falling
Hazard.
D468
Crushing Hazard
D471
26
SAFETY
DANGER! - Use ROPS and seatbelt at all times.
Add recommended rear ballast. Operate tractor at
low speeds. Failure to comply may result in serious
injury or death.
D470
Slow Moving Vehicle Decal. Keep SMV reflector
clean and visible. DO NOT transport or operate
without the SMV.
P/N 03200347
Read Operator’s Manual! The operator’s manual is
located inside this canister. If the manual is
missing order one from your dealer.
P/N 00776031
27
SAFETY
WARNING! - Crushing Hazard.
-To Avoid Serious Injury or Death
Make sure attachment is securely attached to the loader.
See Operator’s Manual for instructions.
-Lock both levers down. Make sure pins are adequately
extended through slots at the bottom of the attachment
bracket and the tapered side of pin is firmly seated
against attachments slots. Make sure the gap is not
larger than 1/8”.
-Tilt attachment down, lower to ground, apply down
pressure, and drag backwards. Do not use attachment if
it disengages.
-NEVER walk or work underneath raised loader or
attachment
(Located on the Quick Attach Device Only)
P/N D516
28
SAFETY
Federal Laws and Regulations
This section is intended to explain in broad terms the concept and effect of federal laws and regulations concerning
employer and employee equipment operators. This section is not intended as a legal interpretation of the law and
should not be considered as such.
Employer-Employee Operator Regulations
U.S. Public Law 91-596 (The Williams-Steiger Occupational and Health Act of 1970) OSHA
This Act Seeks:
“...to assure so far as possible every working man and woman in the nation safe and healthful working
conditions and to preserve our human resources...”
DUTIES
Sec. 5 (a) Each employer(1) shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from
recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees;
(2) shall comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under this Act.
(b) Each employee shall comply with occupational safety and health standards and all rules, regulations and
orders issued pursuant to this Act which are applicable to his own actions and conduct.
OSHA Training Requirements
Title 29, Code of Federal Regulations Part 1928.57(a)(6). www.osha.gov
Operator instructions. At the time of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter, the employer shall
instruct every employee who operates an agricultural tractor and implements in the safe operating practices
and servicing of equipment with which they are or will be involved, and of any other practices dictated by the
work environment.
Keep all guards in place when the machine is in operation;
Permit no riders on equipment
Stop engine, disconnect the power source, and wait for all machine movement to stop before servicing,
adjusting, cleaning or unclogging the equipment, except where the machine must be running to be properly
serviced or maintained, in which case the employer shall instruct employees as to all steps and procedures
which are necessary to safely service or maintain the equipment.
Make sure everyone is clear of machinery before starting the engine, engaging power, or operating the
machine.
Employer Responsibilities:
To ensure employee safety during Tractor and Implement operation, it is the employer’s responsibility to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Train the employee in the proper and safe operation of the Tractor and Implement.
Require that the employee read and fully understand the Tractor and Implement Operator’s manual.
Permit only qualified and properly trained employees to operate the Tractor and Implement.
Maintain the Tractor and Implement in a safe operational condition and maintain all shields and guards on the
equipment.
5. Ensure the Tractor is equipped with a functional ROPS and seat belt and require that the employee operator
securely fasten the safety belt and operate with the ROPS in the raised position at all times.
6. Forbid the employee operator to carry additional riders on the Tractor or Implement.
7. Provide the required tools to maintain the Tractor and Implement in a good safe working condition and provide the
necessary support devices to secure the equipment safely while performing repairs and service.
8. Require that the employee operator stop operation if bystanders or passersby come within 300 feet.
Child Labor Under 16 Years of Age
Some regulations specify that no one under the age of 16 may operate power machinery. It is your responsibility to
know what these regulations are in your own area or situation. (Refer to U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment Standard
Administration, Wage & Home Division, Child Labor Bulletin #102.)
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SECTION I
INTRODUCTION AND DESCRIPTION
1-1 INTRODUCTION
1-2 DESCRIPTION
We are pleased to have you as a Rhino customer.
Your front end Loader has been carefully designed
to give maximum service with minimum down time.
This manual is provided to give you the necessary
operating and maintenance instructions for keeping
your loader in top operating condition. Please read
this manual thoroughly. Understand what each
control is for and how to use it. Observe all safety
precautions decaled on the machine and noted
throughout the manual for safe operation o
fimplement. If any assistance or additional
information is needed, contact your authorized
Rhino dealer.
The Model 1847 and 2247 Front End Loaders are
designed for two-wheeled drive and four-wheel drive
tractors. They are intended to lift only loose
materials that will fit in the bucket. All cylinders are
double-acting. A bucket level indicator allows
operator to gauge bucket position even when bucket
cannot be seen. Parking stands support loader so
tractor can be “driven in” for quick attaching. Major
components of loader are shown in Figure 1-1.
Technical specifications are given in Table 1-1.
Figure 1-1 Major Components
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RHINO
LIMITED WARRANTY
1.
2.
LIMITED WARRANTIES
1.01.
Rhino warrants for one year from the purchase date to the original non-commercial, governmental, or municipal purchaser
(“Purchaser”) and warrants for six months to the original commercial or industrial purchaser (“Purchaser”) that the goods
purchased are free from defects in material or workmanship.
1.02.
Manufacturer will replace for the Purchaser any part or parts found, upon examination at one of its factories, to be defective under
normal use and service due to defects in material or workmanship.
1.03.
This limited warranty does not apply to any part of the goods which has been subjected to improper or abnormal use, negligence,
alteration, modification, or accident, damaged due to lack of maintenance or use of wrong fuel, oil, or lubricants, or which has
served its normal life. This limited warranty does not apply to any part of any internal combustion engine, or expendable items
such as blades, shields, guards, or pneumatic tires except as specifically found in your Operator’s Manual.
1.04.
Except as provided herein, no employee, agent, Dealer, or other person is authorized to give any warranties of any nature on
behalf of Manufacturer.
REMEDIES AND PROCEDURES.
2.01.
This limited warranty is not effective unless the Purchaser returns the Registration and Warranty Form to Manufacturer within 30
days of purchase.
2.02.
Purchaser claims must be made in writing to the Authorized Dealer (“Dealer”) from whom Purchaser purchased the goods or an
approved Authorized Dealer (“Dealer”) within 30 days after Purchaser learns of the facts on which the claim is based.
2.03.
Purchaser is responsible for returning the goods in question to the Dealer.
2.04.
If after examining the goods and/or parts in question, Manufacturer finds them to be defective under normal use and service due to
defects in material or workmanship, Manufacturer will:
(a)Repair or replace the defective goods or part(s) or
(b)Reimburse Purchaser for the cost of the part(s) and reasonable labor charges (as determined by Manufacturer) if Purchaser
paid for the repair and/or replacement prior to the final determination of applicability of the warranty by Manufacturer.
The choice of remedy shall belong to Manufacturer.
2.05.
3.
4.
Purchaser is responsible for any labor charges exceeding a reasonable amount as determined by Manufacturer and for returning
the goods to the Dealer, whether or not the claim is approved. Purchaser is responsible for the transportation cost for the goods or
part(s) from the Dealer to the designated factory.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
3.01.
MANUFACTURER DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS (EXCEPT AS SET FORTH HEREIN) AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES WITH
RESPECT TO THE GOODS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
3.02.
MANUFACTURER MAKES NO WARRANTY AS TO THE DESIGN, CAPABILITY, CAPACITY, OR SUITABILITY FOR USE OF
THE GOODS.
3.03.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, MANUFACTURER SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO PURCHASER OR
ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS, OR DAMAGE CAUSED OR ALLEGED TO BE
CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY THE GOODS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OR OPERATION OF THE GOODS OR ANY
BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. NOT WITHSTANDING THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS AND WARRANTIES, MANUFACTURER’S
LIABILITY HEREUNDER FOR DAMAGES INCURRED BY PURCHASER OR OTHERS SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PRICE OF
THE GOODS.
3.04.
NO ACTION ARISING OUT OF ANY CLAIMED BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR TRANSACTIONS UNDER THIS
WARRANTY MAY BE BROUGHT MORE THAN TWO (2) YEARS AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION HAS OCCURRED.
MISCELLANEOUS.
4.01.
Proper Venue for any lawsuits arising from or related to this limited warranty shall be only in Guadalupe County, Texas.
4.02.
Manufacturer may waive compliance with any of the terms of this limited warranty, but no waiver of any terms shall be deemed to
be a waiver of any other term.
4.03.
If any provision of this limited warranty shall violate any applicable law and is held to be unenforceable, then the invalidity of such
provision shall not invalidate any other provisions herein.
4.04.
Applicable law may provide rights and benefits to purchaser in addition to those provided herein.
KEEP FOR YOUR RECORDS
ATTENTION: Purchaser should fill in the blanks below for his reference when buying repair parts and/or for proper machine identification when
applying for warranty.
Rhino Implement Model___________________________
Serial Number_________________________
Date Purchased _________________________________
Dealer _______________________________
ATTENTION:
RHINO®
READ YOUR OPERATOR'S MANUAL
1020 S Sangamon Ave.
Gibson City, IL 60936
800-446-5158
Email: parts@servis-rhino.com
TO THE OWNER/OPERATOR/DEALER
To keep your implement running efficiently and safely, read your manual thoroughly and follow these directions
and the Safety Messages in this Manual. The Table of Contents clearly identifies each section where you can
easily find the information you need.
The OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT (1928.51 Subpart C) makes these minimum safety
requirements of tractor operators:
REQUIRED OF THE OWNER:
1. Provide a Roll-Over-Protective Structure that meets the requirements of this Standard; and
2. Provide Seat belts that meet the requirements of this paragraph of this Standard and SAE J4C; and
3. Ensure that each employee uses such Seat belt while the tractor is moving; and
4. Ensure that each employee tightens the Seat belt sufficiently to confine the employee to the protected
area provided by the ROPS
REQUIRED OF THE OPERATOR:
1. Securely fasten seat belt if the tractor has a ROPS.
2. Where possible, avoid operating the tractor near ditches, embankments, and holes.
3. Reduce speed when turning, crossing slopes, and on rough, slick, or muddy surfaces.
4. Stay off slopes too steep for safe operation.
5. Watch where you are going - especially at row ends, on roads, and around trees.
6. Do not permit others to ride.
7. Operate the tractor smoothly - no jerky turns, starts, or stops.
8. Hitch only to the drawbar and hitch points recommended by the tractor manufacturer.
9. When the tractor is stopped, set brakes securely and use park lock, if available.
_
Keep children away from danger all day, every day...
_
Equip tractors with rollover protection (ROPS) and keep
all machinery guards in place...
_
Please work, drive, play and live each day with care
and concern for your safety and that of your family and
fellow citizens.
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