Operator manual - Crescent Industrial

SC530
Operator
manual -
English
www.crescentindustrial.co.uk
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conformité Yhdenmukaisuustodistus
Conformity certificate
Πιστοποιητικό συµµόρφωσης
Megfelelősségi nyilatkozat
Dichiarazione di conformità
Atitikties deklaracija Atbilstības
deklarācija
Konformitetssertifisering
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Declaração de conformidade
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de conformitate Заявление о
соответствии
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Certifikát súladu
Certifikat o ustreznosti Uyumluluk
sertifikası
Модел / Model / Modell / Model / Modelo / Mudel / Modèle / Malli /
Model / Μοντέλο / Modell / Modello / Modelis / Modelis / Modell / Model
/ Modelo / Model / Model / Модель / Modell / Model / Model / Model :
Тип / Typ / Typ / Type / Tipo / Tüüp / Type / Tyyppi / Type / Τύπος / Típus
/ Tipo / Tipas / Tips / Type / Type / Tipo / Typ / Tip / Тип / Typ / Typ / Tip
/ Tip
SC530 53 BD GO/SC530 53 B GO
Scrubber Dryer
Сериен номер / Výrobní číslo / Seriennummer / Serienummer / Número de serie / Seerianumber / Numéro de série / Sarjanumero / Serial
number / Σειριακός αριθµός / Sorozatszám / Numero di serie / Serijos numeris / Sērijas numurs / Serienummer / Serienummer / Número de
série / Numer seryjny / Număr de serie / Серийный номер / Serienummer / Výrobné číslo / Serijska številka / Seri Numarası :
Година на производство / Rok výroby / Baujahr / Fabrikationsår / Año de fabricación / Väljalaskeaasta / Année de fabrication / Valmistusvuosi
/ Year of construction / Έτος κατασκευής / Gyártási év / Anno di costruzione / Pagaminimo metai / Izgatavošanas gads / Byggeår / Bauwjaar /
Ano de fabric / Rok produkcji / Anul fabricaţiei / Год выпуска / Tillverkningsår / Rok výroby / Leto izdelave / Leto izdelave/İmal yılı :
Долуподписаният потвърждава, че
гореспоменатият модел е произведен
в съответствие със следните
директиви и стандарти.
Техническият файл е съставен от
производителя.
Níže podepsaný stvrzuje, že výše
uvedený model byl vyroben v souladu
s následujícími směrnicemi a normami.
Autorem technického listu je výrobce.
Der Unterzeichner bestätigt hiermit
dass die oben erwähnten Modelle
gemäß den folgenden Richtlinien und
Normen hergestellt wurden. Die
technische Dokumentation wird vom
Hersteller erstellt.
Undertegnede attesterer herved, at
ovennævnte model er produceret i
overensstemmelse med følgende
direktiver og standarder. Den tekniske
fil er udarbejdet af fabrikanten.
El abajo firmante certifica que los
modelos arriba mencionados han sido
producidos de acuerdo con las
siguientes directivas y estandares. El
fascículo técnico está redactado por el
fabricante
Allakirjutanu kinnitab, et
ülalnimetatud mudel on valmistatud
kooskõlas järgmiste direktiivide ja
normidega. Tehnilise dokumentatsiooni
koostab tootja.
Je soussigné certifie que les modèles
ci- dessus sont fabriqués
conformément aux directives et
normes suivantes. Le dossier technique
est rédigé par le fabricant.
Allekirjoittaia vakuuttaa että
yllämainittu malli on tuotettu
seuraavien direktiivien ja standardien
mukaan. Valmistaja kääntää teknisen
tiedoston.
EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
The undersigned certify that the above
mentioned model is produced in
accordance with the following directives
and standards. The technical file is
compiled by the manufacturer.
A presente assinatura serve para declarar
que os modelos supramencionados são
produtos em conformidade com as
seguintes directivas e normas. A ficha
técnica é redigida pelo fabricante.
Ο κάτωθι υπογεγραµµένος πιστοποιεί
ότι η παραγωγή του προαναφερθέντος
µοντέλου γίνεται σύµφωνα µε τις
ακόλουθες οδηγίες και πρότυπα. Το
τεχνικό αρχείο συντάσσεται από τον
κατασκευαστή.
Alulírottak igazoljuk, hogy a fent
említett modellt a következő irányelvek
és szabványok alapján hoztuk létre. A
műszaki fájlt a gyártó készítette.
Niżej podpisany zaświadcza, że
wymieniony powyżej model produkowany
jest zgodnie z następującymi dyrektywami
i normami. Dokumenty techniczne zostały
przygotowane przez producenta
Il sottoscritto dichiara che i modelli
sopra menzionati sono prodotti in
accordo con le seguenti direttive e
standard. Il fascicolo tecnico è redatto
dal costruttore.
Toliau pateiktu dokumentu patvirtinama,
kad minėtas modelis yra pagamintas
laikantis nurodytų direktyvų bei
standartų. Techninę bylą sudarė
gamintojas.
Ar šo tiek apliecināts, ka
augstākminētais modelis ir izgatavots
atbilstoši šādām direktīvām un
standartiem. Tehnisko aprakstu ir
sastādījis ražotājs.
Undertegnede attesterer att ovennevnte
modell är produsert i overensstemmelse
med fölgende direktiv og standarder.
Den tekniske filen er opprettet av
produsenten
Ondergetekende verzekert dat de
bovengenoemde modellen geproduceerd
zijn in overeenstemming met de
volgende richtlijnen en standaards. Het
technische bestand is door de fabrikant
samengesteld.
Настоящим удостоверяется, что машина
вышеуказанной модели изготовлена в
соответствии со следующими
директивами и стандартами.
Техническая документация составлена
производителем.
Subsemnatul atest că modelul susmenţionat este produs în conformitate cu
următoarele directive şi standarde. Fişierul
tehnic este redactat de către producător.
Undertecknad intygar att ovannämnda
modell är producerad i överensstämmelse
med följande direktiv och standarder. Den
tekniska filen är sammanställd av
tillverkaren.
Dolu podpísaný osvedčuje, že hore
uvedený model sa vyrába v súlade s
nasledujúcimi smernicami a normami.
Technický súbor vytvoril výrobca.
Spodaj podpisani potrjujem, da je zgoraj
omenjeni model izdelan v skladu z
naslednjimi smernicami in standardi. Spis s
tehnično dokumentacijo pripravi
izdelovalec.
Aşağıda İmzası olan kişi, yukarıda
bahsedilen model cihazın aşağıda verilen
direktiflere ve standartlara uygunlukta
imal edildiğini onaylar. Teknik dosya
üretici tarafından derlenmiştir.
EN ISO 12100, EN ISO 13857, EN 349, EN 982
EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-69, EN 60335-2-72
EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3
Производителя / Výrobce / Hersteller / Fabrikanten / Fabricante / Tootja / Fabricant / Valmistaja / Manufacturer Kατασκευαστή / Gyártó /
Costruttore / Gamintojas / Ražotājs / Produsenten / Fabrikant / Fabricante / Producenta Producător / Производителем / Tillverkaren /
Výrobca / Izdelovalec / Üretici :
Nilfisk A/S Kornmarksvej 1 DK-2605 Brøndby Denmark
Authorized signatory: Alex Sin, Vice President
Tel: + 45 43 23 81 00
Date: 29 Apr.2016
Fax: + 45 43 43 77 00
Signature:
SC530 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................. 2
MANUAL CONTENT AND PURPOSE........................................................................................................................2
HOW TO KEEP THIS MANUAL..................................................................................................................................2
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ...........................................................................................................................2
ACCESSORIES AND MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................................................2
CHANGE AND IMPROVEMENT ................................................................................................................................2
SCOPE OF APPLICATION ...........................................................................................................................................2
MACHINE IDENTIFICATION DATA .........................................................................................................................2
TRANSPORT AND UNPACKING ...............................................................................................................................3
SAFETY .................................................................................................................................................. 3
VISIBLE SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE...................................................................................................................3
SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THE INSTRUCTION FOR USE MANUAL ...........................................................3
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTION...........................................................................................................................4
MACHINE DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................. 6
MACHINE STRUCTURE ..............................................................................................................................................6
CONTROL PANEL ........................................................................................................................................................7
DISPLAY WINDOW OF CHARGER INDICATON LIGHT .......................................................................................7
TECHNICAL PARAMETERS .......................................................................................................................................8
WIRING DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................................................9
OPERATING GUIDE .......................................................................................................................... 11
BATTERY CHECK/SETTING ON A NEW MACHINE ............................................................................................11
BATTERY INSTALLATION AND BATTERY TYPE SETTING (WET OR GEL/ AGM) ......................................12
BRUSH/PAD-HOLDER INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION ....................................................................13
ADJUSTING THE BALANCE OF SQUEEGEE .........................................................................................................13
SOLUTION OR WASHING WATER TANK FILLING .............................................................................................14
DETERGENT TANK FILLING (FOR MACHINES WITH CHEMICAL MIXING SYSTEM) ................................14
MACHINE START AND STOP ..................................................................................................................................15
MACHINE OPERATION (SCRUBBERING AND DRYING) ...................................................................................16
TANK EMPTYING ......................................................................................................................................................17
AFTER USING THE MACHINE.................................................................................................................................18
MACHINE LONG INACTIVITY ................................................................................................................................18
FIRST PERIOD OF USE ..............................................................................................................................................18
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................................................. 19
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE ...................................................................................................................19
BATTERY CHARGING ..............................................................................................................................................20
BRUSH/PAD CLEANING ...........................................................................................................................................21
SOLUTION FILTER CLEANING ...............................................................................................................................21
SQUEEGEE CLEANING .............................................................................................................................................22
SQUEEGEE BLADE CHECK AND REPLACEMENT ..............................................................................................23
TANK AND VACUUM GRID WITH FLOAT CLEANING, AND COVER GASKET CHECK ..............................24
DETERGENT TANK CLEANING ..............................................................................................................................25
MACHINE WORKING HOUR CHECK .....................................................................................................................25
FUSE CHECK/REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................................26
ACCESSORIES/OPTIONS ..........................................................................................................................................27
TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................................................................... 27
SCRAPPING ......................................................................................................................................... 27
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INTRODUCTION
NOTE
The numbers in brackets refer to the components shown in Machine Description chapter.
MANUAL CONTENT AND PURPOSE
The purpose of this Instruction for Use Manual is to provide the operator with necessary information to use the
machine properly and safely. It contains information about technical data, safety, operation, storage, maintenance,
spare parts and how to scrap it.
Before performing any procedure on the machine, no matter the operators and qualified technicians must read this
Manual carefully. Contact our company service center for any query about this manual or for any further information
is needed.
The operators must not perform procedures that should be done by qualified technicians. Our company will not be
answerable for damages coming from the non-observance of this prohibition.
HOW TO KEEP THIS MANUAL
The Manual must be kept near the machine, inside an adequate case, away from liquids and other substances that can
cause any damage to it.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Declaration of Conformity is supplied with the machine and certifies machine conformity with the law in force.
NOTE
The copies of the original declaration of conformity are provided together with the machine
documentation.
ACCESSORIES AND MAINTENANCE
All the necessary operation, maintenance and repair procedures must be performed by qualified personnel, or by our
company appointed service center. ONLY authorized spare parts and accessories should be used.
Contact our company customer service for any service or purchase of accessories or spare parts if necessary.
CHANGE AND IMPROVEMENT
We committed to continuous improvement of its products, the company reserves the right to the machine changes and
improvements without informing in additional.
SCOPE OF APPLICATION
The scrubber applies to commercial and industrial use. It is suitable for cleaning smooth and solid floor, operat-ing by
a qualified personnel in safety circumstance. It is not suitable for outdoor use or carpet or rough floor cleaning.
MACHINE IDENTIFICATION DATA
The machine serial number and model name are marked on the serial label.
This information is useful. Use the following table to write down the machine identification data when requiring
spare parts for the machine.
MACHINE MODEL......................................................................
MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER.....................................................
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TRANSPORT AND UNPACKING
When the carrier delivers the machine, make sure the packaging and machine are both whole and undamaged. If any
damaged, make the carrier know the damage and before accepting the goods, reserve the right in compensation of the
damage.
Follow the instructions on packing strictly when unpacking the machine.
Check the package to ensure following items are included:
1. Technical documentations including Quick Start Guide manual, Instruction for Use Disk and on-board charger
manual if on-board charger is equipped.
2. Charger cable if on-board charger is equipped.
3. Two fuses, the low power circuit fuse (5A) and the Brush release fuse (20A).
SAFETY
The following symbols indicate potentially dangerous situations. Always read this information carefully and take all
necessary precautions to safeguard people and property.
VISIBLE SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE
WARNING!
Read all the instructions carefully before performing any operation on the machine.
WARNING!
Do not wash the machine with direct or pressurized water jets.
WARNING!
Do not use the machine on slopes with a gradient exceeding that is defined in the
specification.
SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THE INSTRUCTION FOR USE MANUAL
DANGER!
It indicates a dangerous situation with risk of death for the operator.
WARNING!
It indicates a potential risk of injury for people.
CAUTION!
It indicates a caution or a remark related to important or useful functions.
Pay attention to the paragraphs marked by this symbol.
NOTE
It indicates a remark related to important or useful functions.
CONSULTATION
It indicates the necessity to refer to the Instruction for Use manual before performing any
procedure.
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTION
Specific warnings and cautions to inform about potential damages to people and machine are shown below.
DANGER!
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This machine must be operated by trained and authorized personnel according to guidance of the
manual.
Before performing any cleaning, maintenance, repair or replacement procedure, read all the
instructions carefully, ensure to turn the machine OFF and disconnect the battery connector.
Do not operate the machine near toxic, dangerous, flammable and/or explosive powders, liquids or
vapor. This machine is not suitable for collecting dangerous powders.
Do not wear jewels when working near electrical components.
Do not work under the lifted machine without supporting it with safety stands.
When using lead (WET) batteries, they may emit inflammable gas under normal use, must keep
sparks, flames, smoking materials and radiating, illuminating and burning items away from the
batteries.
When charging lead (WET) batteries, they may emit hydrogen gas which may cause explosive. Must
ensure the charging environment is well ventilated and away from naked flames.
WARNING!
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Check the machine carefully before each use. Ensure that all the components have been well
assembled before use. Or it may causes damages to people and properties.
Before using the battery charger, ensure that the values of frequency and voltage indicated on the
machine serial number label match those of mains.
Never move the machine by pulling the battery charger cable. Do not let the cable through a closed
door, or winding on sharp edges or corners. Do not run the machine on the battery charger cable.
Keep the battery charger cable away from heated surfaces.
Do not charge the batteries if the battery charger cable or the plug are damaged.
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury, make sure machine is off before leaving.
Use or store the machine indoors in dry conditions, it is not allowed for outdoor use.
The machine both storage and working temperature must be between 0 °C and +40 °C, the humidity
of air must be between 30% - 95%.
Do not use the machine on slopes with a gradient exceeding as specification show.
When using and handling floor cleaning detergents, follow the instructions on the labels of the
detergent bottles and wear suitable gloves and protections.
Use brushes and pads supplied with the machine or defined in the manual. Using other brushes or
pads could reduce safety.
In case of machine malfunctions, ensure that these are not due to lack of maintenance. If necessary,
request assistance from the authorized personnel or from an authorized Service Center.
Take all necessary precautions to prevent hair, jewels and loose clothes from being caught by the
machine moving parts.
Do not use the machine in particularly dusty areas.
Do not wash the machine with direct or pressured water jets, or with corrosive substances.
Do not bump into shelves or scaffoldings, especially where there is a risk of falling objects.
Do not lean liquid containers on the machine, use the relevant can holder.
To avoid damaging the floor, do not allow the brush/pad to operate while the machine is stationary.
In case of fire, use a dry powder fire extinguisher. Do not use liquid fire extinguishers.
Do not remove or modify the machine stickers.
Do not tamper with the machine safety guards and follow the ordinary maintenance instructions
scrupulously.
Pay attention during machine transportation when temperature is below freezing point. The water in
the recovery tank and in the hoses could freeze and cause seriously damage to the machine.
If spare parts need be replaced, order ORIGINAL spare parts from an Authorized Dealers or Retailers.
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Return the machine to the Service Center if it doesn’t work as usual or it is in condition such as
damaged, placed outdoors, dropped into water.
To ensure machine proper and safe operation, the scheduled maintenance shown in the relevant
chapter of this Manual, must be performed by the authorized personnel or an authorized Service
Center.
The machine must be properly disposed of, because the presence of toxic-harmful materials (batteries,
etc.), which are subject to standards that require disposal in special centers (see Scrapping chapter).
This machine as a cleaning tool only, not for any other purpose use.
Always keep the openings free from dust, hairs and any other foreign material which could reduce the
air flow. Do not use the machine if the openings are clogged.
Use the machine only where a proper lighting is provided.
This machine is not intended for use by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the machine by a person responsible for their safety.
Close attention is necessary when used near children.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the machine.
While using this machine, take care not to cause damage to people or objects.
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MACHINE DESCRIPTION
MACHINE STRUCTURE (as shown in Figure 1)
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Recovery tank lid
Can holder
Handlebar
Control panel
Squeegee lifting/lowering lever
Garden coupling
Power supply cable holder
Power cable
Solution drain and level check hose
Deck lifting/lowering pedal
a) Pedal position when deck is lifted
b) Pedal position when deck is lowered
Squeegee knobs
Serial number plate/technical data
Squeegee vacuum hose
Squeegee
Squeegee balance adjusting knob
Solution/clean water tap
Rear steering wheels
Solution filter
Front wheels on fixed axle (A).
Driving wheels (B)
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Brush/pad-holder
Brush/pad-holder deck
Recovery water drain hose
Solution tank
Hinge
Recovery tank
Filter support
Filler hose holder
Filter cover
N/A
Tank cover gasket
Debris collection box (*)
Bend tube
Float ball filter
Mop and trash kit (*)
Solenoid valve
(*): Optional
(A): Only for machine without traction
(B): Only for machine with traction
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10b
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10a
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Figure 1
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CONTROL PANEL (as shown in Figure 2)
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Machine backward switch (B)
Tank safety cable
Battery connector (red).
Detergent tank filler plug (**)
Detergent tank (**)
Reference table for detergent proportioning (**)
Detergent pump (**)
Detergent tank - pump connecting hose (**)
Detergent feed hose (**)
Batteries
Battery caps
Flow increase switch
Flow decrease switch
Solution flow indicator
Safe switch
Discharged battery warning light (red)
Semi-discharged battery warning light (yellow)
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(*): Optional
(**): Only for machines with Chemical Mixing
System (optional)
(A): Only for machine without traction
(B): Only for machine with traction
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40
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42
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44
Charged battery warning light (green)
Ignition key (0 - I)
Detergent flow control knob (**)
Speed adjuster (B)
Hour meter
Brush/pad-holder release switch
Vacuum system switch
Brush/pad-holder and vacuum system switch
Charging red LED
Charging yellow LED
Charging green LED
Security cover of charging jack
Overload protector of brush
Overload protector of traction (B)
Overload protector of vacuum
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VACUUM TRACTION BRUSH
Figure 2
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DISPLAY WINDOW OF CHARGER INDICATON LIGHT (as shown in Figure 2)
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At the beginning of charging, the red LED (61) of charger normally on. It is the first stage of charging.
After charging some time, the red LED (61) turns off, the yellow LED (62) turns on, this is the second stage of
charging.
After charging finish, the yellow LED (62) off, the green LED (63) turns on to indicate that the battery is fully
charged.
NOTE
When charging, if the yellow LED (62) of charger is on, it may be caused by: Battery and charger
does not match, battery is not connected well, or output is short-circuited.
The red LED of charger flashing may be caused by charger internal short circuit.
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TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
MODEL
Units
Packing dimensions (Lx W x H)
Machine height
Machine length
Machine width (without squeegee)
Machine weight with empty tanks
(without batteries)
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
Shipping weight
Solution tank capacity
Recovery tank capacity
Vacuum motor power
Vacuum capacity
Climbing capacity (Max)
Front wheel diameter
Rear wheel diameter
Sound level
Solution/water Flow
Working width
Squeegee width
Brush/pad diameter
Brush motor power
Brush speed
Brush/pad pressure(Max)
Drive motor power
Working speed
Voltage
Battery
Battery charger
Battery compartment size (L x W x H)
mm
mm
mm
mm
Kg
SC530 53 B GO
SC530 53 BD GO
1370x600x1300
1080
1260
550
Kg
Kg
Liter
Liter
Watt
mm H₂O
%
mm
mm
dB(A)
CL/M
MM
MM
MM
Watt
Rpm
Kg
Watt
Km/h
V
Ah
V/A
mm
91
97
208
121
214
127
61
61
350
1200
2%
200
76
69±3
0 – 240
530
760
530/508
450
150
27
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150
0-4.5
24V
12V 105 Ah C5
24V/13A
350X350X300
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WIRING DIAGRAM (MACHINE WITHOUT TRACTION)
RD1
BN1
RD-BK
RD2
RD-BK
F2
F5
K1
BN3
J6
F1
WH
WH
VR2
F3
WH
RD4
RD2
RD2
RD2
9
1
10
2
11
3
12
4
13
5
14
6
15
7
EB1
NC
BAT
CH
YE
ES1
BN-BK
ES2
BU-BK
M1
16
BK2
8
J1
IN2
IN1
BK6
J4
J2
IN2
IN1
BK1
BN3
SW1
SW2
BU
BU
M2
BK5
BN3
BK3
EV
RD4
BU
BK6
ES1
BN3
BK6
ES2
J5
BK2
WH
M4
BK6
BK5
BK2
COMPONENTS
BK3
WIRE ROD
Key
BAT
CODE
N/A
Description
24V BATTERIES
RD1
RED/6AWG
CH
VS10204
BATTERY CHARGER
RD2
RED/10AWG
EB1
VS13201
CONTROL PANEL BOARD
RD4
RED/20AWG
ES1
9095127000
ELECTROMAGNETIC SWITCH 24V (BRUSH MOTOR)
BK1
BLACK/6AWG
ES2
VS10201
RELAY 24V (VACUUM MOTOR)
BK2
BLACK/10AWG
F1
VS13208
LOW POWER CIRCUIT FUSE
BK3
BLACK/12AWG
F2
ZD48320
CIRCUIT BREAKER (BRUSH MOTOR)
BK5
BLACK/20AWG
F3
VS13209
BRUSH RELEASE FUSE
BK6
BLACK/16AWG
F5
ZD48320
CIRCUIT BREAKER (VACUUM MOTOR)
RD-BK
RED-BLACK/20AWG
K1
9100001354
KEY SWITCH
BN1
BROWN/12AWG
M1
VS10702
BRUSH MOTOR
BN3
BROWN/20AWG
M2
VF90520
VACUUM MOTOR
BN-BK
BROWN-BLACK/20AWG
M4
VF90282
SOLENOID VALVE
BU
BLUE/20AWG
M5
N/A
DETERGENT PUMP (**)
BU-BK
BLUE-BLACK/20AWG
SW1
VS10202
SAFETY SWITCH (BRUSH)
YE
YELLOW/20AWG
SW2
VS10202
SAFETY SWITCH (BRUSH)
WH
WHITE/20AWG
VR2
N/A
DETERGENT PUMP POTENTIOMETER (**)
(**) = For machines with Chemical Mixing System (Optional)
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WIRING DIAGRAM (MACHINE WITH TRACTION)
COMPONENTS
Key
CODE
WIRE ROD
Description
BAT
N/A
24V BATTERIES
RD1
RED/6AWG
CH
VS10204
BATTERY CHARGER
RD2
RED/10AWG
EB1
VS13201
CONTROL PANEL BOARD
RD4
RED/20AWG
EB2
VS10209
ELECTRONIC BOARD (TRACTION SYSTEM)
BK1
BLACK/6AWG
ES1
9095127000
ELECTROMAGNETIC SWITCH 24V (BRUSH MOTOR)
BK2
BLACK/10AWG
ES2
VS10201
RELAY 24V (VACUUM MOTOR)
BK3
BLACK/12AWG
ES3
VS10201
RELAY 24V (TRACTION SYSTEM)
BK4
BLACK/14AWG
F1
VS13208
LOW POWER CIRCUIT FUSE
BK5
BLACK/20AWG
F2
ZD48320
CIRCUIT BREAKER (BRUSH MOTOR)
BK6
BLACK/16AWG
F3
VS13209
BRUSH RELEASE FUSE
RD-BK
RED-BLACK/20AWG
F4
VF99012
CIRCUIT BREAKER (TRACTION SYSTEM)
GN
GREEN/20AWG
F5
ZD48320
CIRCUIT BREAKER (VACUUM MOTOR)
GN-BK
GREEN-BLACK/20AWG
K1
9100001354
KEY SWITCH
BN1
BROWN/12AWG
M1
VS10702
BRUSH MOTOR
BN2
BROWN/14AWG
M2
VF90520
VACUUM MOTOR
BN3
BROWN/20AWG
M3
VS11702
DRIVE MOTOR
BN-BK
BROWN-BLACK/20AWG
M4
VF90282
SOLENOID VALVE
BU
BLUE/20AWG
M5
N/A
DETERGENT PUMP (**)
BU-BK
BLUE-BLACK/20AWG
SW1
VS10202
SAFETY SWITCH (BRUSH/TRACTION)
OR
ORANGE/20AWG
SW2
VS10202
SAFETY SWITCH (BRUSH/TRACTION)
YE
YELLOW/20AWG
SW3
VS10202
REVERSING SWITCH
WH
WHITE/20AWG
VR1
VS10213
SPEED POTENTIOMETER
VR2
N/A
DETERGENT PUMP POTENTIOMETER (**)
(**) = For machines with Chemical Mixing System (Optional)
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OPERATING GUIDE
WARNING!
On some points of the machine there are some adhesive plates indicating:
— DANGER!
— WARNING!
— CAUTION!
— CONSULTATION
While reading this Manual, the operator must pay particular attention to the symbols shown on the plates. Do
not cover these plates for any reason and immediately replace them if damaged.
BATTERY CHECK/SETTING ON A NEW MACHINE
WARNING!
The electric components of the machine can be seriously damaged if the batteries are either
improperly installed or connected. The batteries must be installed by qualified personnel only. Set
the function electronic board and the built-in battery charger according to the type of batteries
used (WET or GEL/AGM batteries).Check the batteries for damage before installation.
Disconnect the battery connector (38) and the battery charger plug (8). Handle the batteries with
great care. Install the battery terminal protection caps supplied with the machine.
NOTE
The machine requires two 12 V batteries,
connected according to the diagram (Figure. 3).
+
12V
12V
+
Figure 3
The machine can be supplied in one of the following modes:
A) Batteries (WET or GEL/ AGM) already installed and charged
1. Check that the batteries are connected to the machine with the connector (38).
2. Insert the ignition key (54) and turn it to "I". If the green warning light (53) turns on, the batteries are fully
charged. If the yellow (52) or red warning light (51) turns on, the batteries must be charged (see the procedure in
Maintenance chapter).
B) Without batteries
1. Buy appropriate batteries (see the Technical Data paragraph).
2. For battery choice and installation, apply to qualified battery Retailers.
3. Set the machine and the battery charger according to the type of batteries (WET or GEL/ AGM), as shown in the
next paragraph.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION AND BATTERY TYPE SETTING (WET OR GEL/ AGM)
According to the type of batteries (WET or GEL/AGM), set the machine and electronic board of the battery charger
as follows:
GEL/AGM
WET
A
B
C
D
Figure 4
Machine setting
1. Turn the ignition key (54) to “I” and in the very first seconds of machine operation pay attention to the following:
• If the green warning light (53) is flashing, the machine is set to GEL/AGM.
• If the red warning light (51) is flashing, the machine is set to WET.
2. If the setting need to be changed, perform the following procedure..
3. The factory setting is for GEL/AGM batteries. If the setting correspond to the battery installation, go to step7
directly. Otherwise, follow next steps4~6.
4. Remove the screws on control panel (C, Figure 4), then turn over the PCB (A, Figure 4) to find the DIP switch
(B,Figure4) for setting battery type(WET or GEL/AGM).
5. Turn the DIP switches to “WET” position for wet batteries installed.
6. If the setting complete to the battery option. Install the screws on control panel.
Battery installation
7. Open the recovery tank cover (1) and check that the recovery tank (25) is empty; otherwise empty it with the drain
hose. (22)
8. Close the recovery tank cover (1).
9. Overturn the recovery tank (25) carefully.
10. The machine is supplied with cables suitable to install 2×12 V batteries. Carefully put the batteries into the
compartment, then install them correctly.
11. Route and install the battery cable as shown in (Figure3), then carefully tighten the nut on each battery terminal.
12. Place the protection cap on each terminal, then connect the battery connector (38).
13. Carefully lower the recovery tank (25).
Battery charging
14. Charge the batteries. (See procedures in maintenance chapter).
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BRUSH/PAD-HOLDER INSTALLATION AND UNINSTALLATION
NOTE
Install either the brush (A, Figure 5) or pad-holder (B and C, Figure5) according to the type of
floor to be cleaned.
CAUTION!
Before installation or uninstallation of brush or pad-holder, make sure all the switches on machine
are in off position and lifting up the squeegee from the floor. The operator must be equipped with
suitable personnel protection devices such as gloves to reduce the risk of accidents.
Proceed as following:
1. Insert the ignition key (54) and turn it to "O".
2. Lift the deck by pressing the pedal (10).
3. If equipped, turn the speed adjuster (56) to idle by turning
it counter-clockwise.
4. Place the brushes (A, Figure. 5) or the pad-holder (B)
under the deck (21).
5. Lower the deck on the brushes/pad-holders by pressing the
pedal (10).
6. Turn the ignition key (54) to "I".
7. Press the Brush/pad-holder and vacuum system switch (60).
8. Press one of the safe switch (50) to engage the brush/padholder, then release it. If necessary, repeat the procedure
until the brushes/pad-holders are engaged.
A
B
C
Figure 5
WARNING!
(Only for machine with traction): Turn the speed adjuster (56) counter-clockwise to drive the
machine at the minimum speed.
Slightly press the safe switch (50), otherwise the machine starts to move.
To engage the safe switch (50) which turns on the brush/pad-holder motor.
9. To remove the brush/pad-holder lift the deck by pressing the pedal (10), then press the switch (58),the brush/padholder will be remove.
ADJUSTING THE BALANCE OF SQUEEGEE
1.
2.
a)
b)
Install the squeegee and screw up the nut (H), then
connect the vacuum hose (G) to the squeegee.
Adjust the squeegee by squeegee adjusting handle (A,
Figure 6).
If there is gap between the ground and middle section of
rear squeegee blade (B), adjust the knob (A) in
counterclockwise direction (F) until all section of rear
squeegee blade good contact with ground, the front
blade touch the ground slightly.
If there is gap between the ground and both end section
of rear blade(C and D), adjust the knob (A) in clockwise
direction (E) until all section of rear blade good contact
with the ground, the front blade touch the ground
slightly.
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F
E
A
G
H
H
C
B
D
Figure 6
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SOLUTION OR WASHING WATER TANK FILLING
NOTE
If the machine is equipped with Chemical
Mixing System (optional) the tank must be
filled with clean water, otherwise the tank
can be filled with solution.
1. Open the filler neck (B, Figure.7).
2. (For machines without Chemical Mixing System) Use the
front filler neck (B) and the rear filler neck (H) to fill the
tank (D) with a solution suitable for the work to be
performed. Refill to the reference mark “1” of the level
check hose (H). Always follow the dilution instructions on
the label of the chemical product used to prepare the
solution. The solution temperature must not exceed +104°F
(+40°C).
B
E
F
D
A
G
H
WARNING!
Use only low-foam and non-flammable
detergents, intended for automatic scrubber
applications.
Figure 7
3. (For machines with Chemical Mixing System) Fill the tank
(D) with clean water by using the filler neck (B) and the
rear filler neck (H). Refill to the reference mark “1” of the
level check hose (H). The water temperature must not
exceed +104°F (+40°C).
A
DETERGENT TANK FILLING (FOR MACHINES
WITH CHEMICAL MIXING SYSTEM)
1. Open the cover (E) and check that the recovery tank (F) is
empty, otherwise empty it with the drain hose (G).
2. Carefully overturn the recovery tank (A, Figure. 8).
3. Open the cap (B).
4. Replace or fill the jug (C) with any standard gallon
container of detergent suitable for the work to be performed
(highly concentrated detergents). Do not fill the detergent
tank completely, leave a few centimeters from the edge.
B
WARNING!
Use only low-foam and non-flammable
detergents, intended for automatic scrubber
applications.
NOTE
To install a new jug container, determine the
cap size and if it is the smaller cap, remove
the reducing adapter from the hose cap (B).
Insert the suction tube into the jug (C).
Pushdown firmly on the cap (B) and twist at
the same time to put the cap back onto the jug
(C). In case of new system, system emptied for
cleaning, etc., wait for the hoses to fill up,
before starting the Chemical Mixing System.
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C
Figure 8
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MACHINE START AND STOP
Starting the machine
1. Prepare the machine as shown in the previous paragraph.
2. Insert the ignition key (A, Figure. 9) and turn it to "I".
Check that the green warning light (B) turns on (charged
battery). If the yellow (C) or red warning light (D) turns
on, turn the ignition key back to “0” and charge the
batteries (see the procedure in Maintenance chapter).
3. Drive the machine to the working area:
• By pushing it with the hands on the handlebar (E) (only
for machine without traction).
• By pushing it with the hands on the handlebar (E) and
pressing the switch (F) to move forward, or pressing the
switch (F) together with the switch (G) to move backward
(only for machine with traction). The forward speed can
be adjusted with the adjuster (H).
4. Lower the squeegee (I) with the lever (J).
5. Lower the brush/pad-holder deck (K) by lifting the pedal
(L).
6. Press the brush/pad-holder switch (M) and the vacuum
system switch (N).
7. Press the washing water flow control switches (O) as
necessary, depending on the type of cleaning to be
performed.
8. Start cleaning:
• (only for machine without traction) by pushing the
machine with the hands on the handlebar (E) and pressing
the switch (F).
• (only for machine with traction) by pushing the machine
with the hands on the handlebar (E) and by pressing the
switch (F). If necessary, the forward speed can be
adjusted with the adjuster (H).
NOTE
To move the machine forward, press either
the left or right switch (F) or both.
E
D C
G
B A
F
F
H
O
M
N
J
L
K
I
Figure 9
Stopping the machine
9. Stop the machine by using the handlebar (E) (only for machine without traction). Stop the machine by releasing
the switches (F) (only for machine with traction).
10. Stop the brushes and the vacuum system by pressing the switch (M). The vacuum system stops after a few
seconds.
11. Lift the brush/pad-holder deck (K) by pressing the pedal (L).
12. Lift the squeegee (I) with the lever (J).
13. Turn the ignition key (A) to "0".
14. Make sure that the machine cannot move independently.
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MACHINE OPERATION (SCRUBBERING AND DRYING)
1. Start the machine as shown in previous paragraphs.
2. While keeping both hands on the handlebar press the safety switch (F, Figure. 9), then maneuver the machine and
start scrubbing/drying the floor.
3. If necessary, stop the machine then adjust squeegee according to section “Adjusting balance of squeegee”.
NOTE
For correct scrubbing/drying of floors at the sides of the walls, Suggests to go near the walls with
the right side of the machine (A and B, Figure. 10) as shown in the figure.
CAUTION!
To avoid any damage to the floor surface, turn off the brushes/pad-holders when the machine
stops in one place.
A
B
Figure 10
Detergent flow adjustment
(For machines with Chemical Mixing System)
1. Turn the knob (A, Figure. 11) clockwise or counter-clockwise
to increase or decrease the detergent concentration.
2. The average detergent concentration values, matching the 4
colored areas of the scale (B), are shown in the figure.
3. To set the detergent quantity to zero, fully turn the knob (A)
counter-clockwise.
NOTE
The detergent concentration is kept constant
even if the washing water flow is changed with
the switches (C) or (D).
D
C
0,4%
0,75% 1,5%
B
Figure 11
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Battery discharge during operation
Until the green warning light (A, Figure. 12) stays on, the
batteries allow the machine to work normally. When the green
warning light (A) turns off, and the yellow warning light (B)
turns on, it is advisable to charge the batteries, because the
remaining charge will last for a few minutes (depending on
battery characteristics and work to be performed). When the
red warning light (C) turns on, batteries are fully discharged.
After a few seconds, the brush/pad-holder is automatically
tuned off, while (only for machine with traction) the drive
system stay on, to finish drying the floor and drive the machine
to the appointed recharging area.
C B
CAUTION!
Do not use the machine with discharged
batteries, to avoid damaging the batteries and
reducing the battery life.
A
D
TANK EMPTYING
An automatic float shut-off system (A, Figure. 13) blocks the
vacuum system when the recovery water tank (B) is full. The
vacuum system deactivation is signaled by a sudden increase in
the vacuum system motor noise frequency, also the floor has
not dried.
CAUTION!
If the vacuum system turns off accidentally
(for example, when the float is activated
because of a sudden machine movement), to
resume the operation: turn off the vacuum
system by pressing the switch (D, Figure. 12),
then open the cover (C, Figure. 13) and check
that the float inside the grid (A) has gone
down to the water level. Then close the cover
(C) and turn on the vacuum system by
pressing the switch (D, Figure. 12).
H
I
F
E
G
Figure 12
When the recovery water tank (B, Figure. 13) is full, empty it
according to the following procedure.
Recovery water tank emptying
C
1. Stop the machine.
2. Lift the brush/pad-holder deck (E, Figure.12) by pressing
the pedal (F).
3. Lift the squeegee (G) with the lever (H).
4. Drive the machine to the appointed disposal area.
5. Empty the recovery water tank with the hose (I). Then, rinse
the tank (B, Figure. 13) with clean water.
A
B
Figure 13
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CAUTION!
When draining the wastewater, the vacuum
tube for waste must be folded (A, Figure.
14) and lowered to a lower position (B,
Figure. 14), and then open the lid of the
vacuum tube for waste to drain the water.
Do not make the outlet of the vacuum tube
for waste face upward to drain the water
vertically. This is to avoid wastewater
spilling onto the operator.
A
B
6. Perform steps 1 to 4.
Figure 14
Solution/clean water tank emptying
7. Empty the solution tank with the hose (A, Figure. 15). After
working, rinse the tank with clean water.
AFTER USING THE MACHINE
After working, before leaving the machine:
1. Remove the brushes/pad-holders.
2. Empty the tanks (B and C, Figure. 15) as shown in the
previous paragraph.
3. Perform the daily maintenance procedures (see the
Maintenance chapter).
4. Store the machine in a clean and dry place, with the brushes/
pad-holders and the squeegee lifted or removed.
D
MACHINE LONG INACTIVITY
If the machine is not going to be used for more than 30 days,
proceed as follows:
1. Perform the procedures shown in After Using the machine
paragraph.
2. Disconnect the battery connector (38).
C
FIRST PERIOD OF USE
After the first 8 hours, check the machine fastening and
connecting parts for proper tightening and check the visible
parts for wear and leakage.
A
B
Figure 15
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING!
Maintenance procedures must be performed after the machine is turned off and the battery
charger cable is disconnected. In addition, carefully read the safety chapters in the manual.
All scheduled or extraordinary maintenance procedures must be performed by qualified personnel or an authorized
Service Center. This manual only describes the general and common maintenance procedures.
For other maintenance procedures that are not in below maintenance schedule table, please refer to the Service
Manual that can be consulted at any our company Service Center.
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE
CAUTION!
The procedure marked with (1) must be performed when the machine is used after 9 hours for
the first time. The procedure marked with (2) must be done by Service Center that qualified by
our company.
Procedure
Daily, after each
use
Battery charging
Squeegee cleaning
Brush/Pad-holder cleaning
Tank cleaning
Tank sealing strip inspection
Float ball filter cleaning
Squeegee blade check and replacement
Cleaning water filter cleaning
Suction filter cleaning
WET battery fluid level check
Screw and nut tightness inspection
Brush/Pad-holder carbon brush check or
replacement
Weekly
semiannually
(1)
Suction motor carbon brush check or
replacement
Drive system motor carbon brush check or
replacement (only for machine with traction)
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Yearly
(2)
(2)
(2)
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BATTERY CHARGING
NOTE
Charge the batteries when the yellow (G,
Figure. 16) or red warning light (H) turns
on, or when finishing cleaning.
H
G
F
CAUTION!
Keeping the batteries charged make their
life last longer.
CAUTION!
When the batteries are discharged, charge
them as soon as possible, as that condition
makes their life shorter. Check for battery
charge at least once a week.
WARNING!
WET battery charging produces highly
explosive hydrogen gas. Charge the
batteries in well-ventilated areas and away
from naked flames. Do not smoke while
charging the batteries. Keep the tank open
while charging the batteries.
WARNING!
Pay careful attention when charging the
batteries as there may be battery fluid
leakages. The battery fluid is corrosive. If
it comes in contact with skin or eyes, rinse
thoroughly with water and consult a
physician.
B
A
C
E
D
Preliminary procedures
1. Open the cover (A, Figure. 16) and check that the recovery
Figure 16
water tank (B) is empty, otherwise empty it with the drain
hose (C).
2. Drive the machine on a level floor.
3. Turn the ignition key (F) to "0".
4. Carefully lift the tank (B).
5. For WET batteries only:
• Check the level of electrolyte inside the batteries (D); if necessary, top up through the caps (E).
• Leave all the battery caps (E) open for next charging.
• If necessary, clean the upper surface of the batteries (D).
6. Charge the batteries according to the following procedure.
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Battery charging with battery charger installed on the
machine
7. Connect the battery charger cable (A, Figure. 17) to the
electrical mains (G) (the electrical mains voltage and
frequency must be compatible with the battery charger values
shown on the machine serial number plate (F). When the
battery charger is connected to the electrical mains, all
machine functions are automatically cut off. If the red
warning light (B) on the battery charger control panel stays
on, the battery charger is charging the batteries.
8. When the green warning light (C) turns on, the battery
charging is completed.
9. When the battery charging is completed, disconnect the
battery charger cable (A) from the electrical mains (G) and
wind it round its housing (D).
10. Carefully lower the tank.
D
A
E
F
C
B
NOTE
For further information about the operation
of the battery charger (E, Figure. 17), see the
relevant Manual.
G
VACUUM TRACTION BRUSH
Figure 17
BRUSH/PAD CLEANING
CAUTION!
It is advisable to use protective gloves when cleaning the brush/pad because there may be sharp
debris.
1. Remove the brush/pad from the machine, as shown in the Use chapter.
2. Clean and wash the brush/pad with water and detergent.
3. Check that the brushes/pads are in working condition and not excessively worn; if necessary replace them.
SOLUTION FILTER CLEANING
1. Drive the machine on a level floor.
2. Ensure that the machine is off and the ignition key (54) has
been removed.
3. Close the solution tap (A, Figure. 18) under the machine,
behind the right rear wheel. The tap (A) is closed when it is
on the position (B) and it is open when it is on the position
(C).
4. Remove the transparent cover (D), then remove the filter
strainer (E). Clean and install them on the support (F).
A
F
G
E
D
NOTE
The filter strainer (E) must be correctly
positioned on the housing (H) of the support
(F).
5. Open the tap (A).
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C
B
H
E
Figure 18
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SQUEEGEE CLEANING
NOTE
The squeegee must be clean and its blades must
be in good conditions in order to get a good
drying
A
CAUTION!
It is advisable to wear protective gloves when
cleaning the squeegee because there may be
sharp debris.
C
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Drive the machine on a level floor.
Turn the ignition key (A, Figure. 19) to "0".
Lower the squeegee (B) with the lever (C).
Loosen the knobs (D) and remove the squeegee (B).
Disconnect the vacuum hose (E) from the squeegee.
Clean the steel or the aluminum squeegee (Figure. 20). Clean
the compartments (A) and the hole (B) especially. Check the
front blade (C) and the rear blade (D) for integrity, cuts and
tears; if necessary replace them (see the procedure in the
following paragraph).
7. Assemble the squeegee in the reverse order of disassembly.
E
B
D
Figure 19
C
D
A
B
A
Figure 20
22
D
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SQUEEGEE BLADE CHECK AND
REPLACEMENT
1. Clean the steel or the aluminum squeegee, as shown in the
previous paragraph.
2. Check that the edges (E, Figure. 22) of the front blade (C) and
the edges (F) of the rear blade (D) lay down on the same level,
along their length; if necessary adjust their height according to
the following procedure:
• Remove the tie rod (G), disengage the fasteners (M) and adjust
the rear blade (D), then engage the fasteners (M) and install the
tie rod (G).
• Loosen the knobs (I) and adjust the front blade (C), then
tighten the knobs.
3. Check the front blade (C) and rear blade (D) for wear, cuts and
tears; if necessary replace them according to the following
procedure. Check that the front corner (J) of the rear blade (D)
is not worn; if necessary, overturn the blade to replace the worn
corner with an integral one. If the other corners are worn too,
replace the blade according to the following procedure:
• Remove the tie rod (G), disengage the fasteners (M) and
remove the retaining strip (K), then replace/overturn the rear
blade (D). Assemble the blade in the reverse order of
disassembly.
• Unscrew the knobs (I) and remove the retaining strip (L), then
replace the front blade (C). Assemble the blade in the reverse
order of disassembly. After the blade replacement (or
overturning), adjust the height as shown in the previous step.
4. Connect the vacuum hose (A, Figure. 21) to the squeegee.
5. Install the squeegee (B) and screw down the knobs (C).
6. If necessary, adjust the squeegee balance adjusting knob (D).
D
A
B
C
C
Figure 21
D
C
L
K
I
I
M
E
J
A
F
B
A
M
I C
D
G
Figure 22
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TANK AND VACUUM GRID WITH FLOAT CLEANING, AND COVER GASKET CHECK
1. Drive the machine on a level floor.
2. Ensure that the machine is off and the ignition key (54) has been removed.
3. Turn the recovery tank lid (A, Figure23) 90 degree position where it can be took off from the tank, and then take
down the float ball filter (P) from the tank.
4. Clean the recovery tank lid (A), recovery tank (B), clean water tank(C) and the float ball filter support frame (E).
Empty the recovery tank with the drain hose (22).
5. .If necessary, follow the symbols “OPEN” and “CLOSE” as shown in (Figure23) to open the bottom cover (F) of
float ball filter and then clean the float ball (D), filter support frame (E) and filter sponge (I). After cleaning, fix
the float ball (D) into the filter support frame (E) and then align the mark groove (L) of the bottom cap (F) of the
float ball filter with the mark groove (L) of the float filter support frame (E).Screw the bottom cap of the float
ball filter tight, and fix the filter sponge (I) onto the float filter support frame (E). Finally, connect it to the
sewage suction hose (M).
6. Inspect the integrity of the tank sealing strip.
NOTE
Tank sealing strip (G) makes to produce the vacuum inside the tank when suction motor works. The
tank must be sealed can effectively absorb the water from the ground to recovery tank.
7. Check whether the contact surface of sealing strip (G) is integrity and sealing is sufficient. If necessary, take the
sealing strip of the tank out of the groove (H) and replace it. Assembly the new sealing strip as shown in
(Figure23), the joint should be back in the middle area.
8. Close the recovery tank lid (A).
G
A
H
M
I
J
B
E
K
P
D
F
C
L
Figure 23
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DETERGENT TANK CLEANING
(For machines with Chemical Mixing System)
Clean the detergent tank (G, Figure. 24) as shown below:
1. Drive the machine on a level floor.
2. Turn the ignition key (A) to "0".
3. Open the cover (B) and check that the recovery water tank (C)
is empty; if necessary empty it with the drain hose (D). Close
the cover (B).
4. Carefully lift the tank (C).
5. Unscrew the plug (E) and disconnect the hose (F) from the
tank (G).
6. Remove the tank.
7. Wash the tank in the appointed disposal area.
8. Install the tank (G) and connect the hose (F).
9. After draining the detergent tank, drain the Chemical Mixing
System too by running the system with clean water only.
C
A
B
D
E
F
G
Figure 24
MACHINE WORKING HOUR CHECK
1. Turn the ignition key (A, Figure. 25) to "I".
2. Press the switch (B), the hour meter (C) begins to work and it
at the same time shows the total number of working hours
(scrubbing/drying) performed by the machine.
3. Release the switch (B).
4. Turn the ignition key (A) to "0".
B
C
A
Figure 25
25
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FUSE CHECK/REPLACEMENT
1. Turn the ignition key (A, Figure. 26) to "0".
2. Disconnect the power supply cable (C, Figure. 26) from the
electrical mains.
3. Remove the screws (C .Figure27) on control panel (D), then
turn over the PCB to find the fuse (A, B, Figure 27).
4. Check/replace the following fuses:
A) F1 fuse, low power circuit fuse:(5A)
B) F3 fuse, Brush release fuse: (20A)
5. Perform steps 1 to 3 in the reverse order.
6. Check/press down or replace the following breakers:
E) F5breaker, vacuum motor circuit breaker: (30A)
F) F4 breaker, traction system circuit breaker: (12A) (*)
G) F2breaker, brush motor circuit breaker: (30A)
A
B
C
Figure 26
(*): Only for machine with traction
A
B
C
D
VACUUM TRACTION BRUSH
E
F
G
Figure 27
26
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