Operator's Manual
Sixth Edition • Second Printing
Important
Read, understand and obey these safety rules and
operating instructions before operating this machine.
Only trained and authorized personnel shall be
permitted to operate this machine. This manual should
be considered a permanent part of your machine and
should remain with the machine at all times. If you
have any questions, call Genie Industries.
Contents
Page
Safety Rules .............................................................. 1
Controls ..................................................................... 8
Legend ..................................................................... 10
Pre-operation Inspection ........................................... 11
Maintenance ............................................................. 13
Function Tests .......................................................... 16
Workplace Inspection ............................................... 21
Operating Instructions .............................................. 22
Decals ...................................................................... 28
Transport and Lifting Instructions.............................. 30
Specifications ........................................................... 33
Copyright © 1996 by Genie Industries
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Sixth Edition:
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Second Printing, August 2011
"Genie" and "Z" are registered trademarks of
Genie Industries in the U.S.A. and many other
countries.
These machine complies with AS1418.10
Printed on recycled paper
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Safety Rules
Danger
Failure to obey the instructions and
safety rules in this manual will
result in death or serious injury.
Do Not Operate Unless:
You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
Know and understand the safety rules before
going on to the next section.
2 Always perform a pre-operation inspection.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
You read, understand and obey the
manufacturer's instructions and safety rules—
safety and operator's manuals and machine
decals.
You read, understand and obey employer's
safety rules and worksite regulations.
You read, understand and obey all applicable
governmental regulations.
You are properly trained to safely operate the
machine.
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SAFETY RULES
Electrocution Hazards
Tip-over Hazards
This machine is not electrically insulated and will
not provide protection from contact with or
proximity to electrical current.
Occupants, equipment and materials shall not
exceed the maximum platform capacity.
Maximum platform capacity
500 lbs
227 kg
440 lbs
200 kg
Maximum platform capacity
Machine equipped with
Aircraft Protection Package
Maximum occupants
Maintain safe distances from electrical power
lines and apparatus in accordance with applicable
governmental regulations and the following chart.
Voltage
Phase to Phase
Minimum Safe
Approach Distance
Feet
Meters
0 to 300V
Avoid Contact
300V to 50KV
10
3.05
50KV to 200KV
15
4.60
200KV to 350KV
20
6.10
350KV to 500KV
25
7.62
500KV to 750KV
35
10.67
750KV to 1000KV
45
13.72
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The weight of options and accessories, such as
pipe cradles, panel cradles and welders, will reduce
the rated platform capacity and must be factored
into the total platform load. See the decals on the
options.
Do not use air-filled tires. These machines are
equipped with
foam-filled tires. Wheel weight and proper
counterweight configuration are critical to stability.
Do not raise or extend the boom unless the
machine is on a firm, level surface.
Allow for platform movement, electrical line sway
or sag and beware of strong or gusty winds.
Keep away from the machine if it contacts
energized power lines. Personnel on the ground or
in the platform must not touch or operate the
machine until energized power lines are shut off.
Do not depend on the tilt alarm as a level indicator.
The tilt alarm sounds in the platform only when the
machine is on a severe slope.
Do not operate the machine during lightning or
storms.
Do not use the machine as a ground for welding.
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If the tilt alarm sounds while the boom is lowered:
Do not extend, rotate or raise the boom above
horizontal. Move the machine to a firm, level
surface before raising the platform.
Do not operate the machine in strong or gusty
winds. Do not increase the surface area of the
platform or the load. Increasing the area exposed
to the wind will decrease machine stability.
If the tilt alarm sounds when the platform is
raised: Use extreme caution. Identify the
condition of the boom on the slope as shown below.
Follow the steps to lower the boom before moving
to a firm, level surface. Do not rotate the boom
while lowering.
If the tilt alarm sounds with the
platform uphill:
1 Lower the primary boom.
3
Use extreme care and slow speeds while driving
the machine in stowed position across uneven
terrain, debris, unstable or slippery surfaces and
near holes and drop-offs.
2 Lower the secondary boom.
3 Retract the primary boom.
If the tilt alarm sounds
with the platform downhill:
1 Retract the primary
boom.
2 Lower the secondary
boom.
Do not drive the machine on or near uneven
terrain, unstable surfaces or other hazardous
conditions with the boom raised or extended.
3
Do not drive the machine on a slope that exceeds
the maximum uphill, downhill or side slope rating
of the machine. Slope rating applies only to
machines in the stowed position.
3 Lower the primary
boom.
Maximum slope rating, stowed position, 2WD
Do not alter or disable the limit switches.
Do not drive over 0.6 mph / 1 km/h with the primary
boom raised or extended or the secondary boom
raised.
Do not raise the boom when wind speeds may
exceed 28 mph / 12.5 m/s. If wind speeds exceed
28 mph / 12.5 m/s when the boom is raised, lower
the boom and do not continue to operate the
machine.
Counterweight uphill
37%
20°
Counterweight downhill
20%
11°
Side slope
25%
14°
Maximum slope rating, stowed position, 4WD
Counterweight uphill
45%
24°
Counterweight downhill
40%
22°
Side slope
25%
14°
Note: Slope rating is subject to ground conditions
and adequate traction.
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SAFETY RULES
Do not push off or pull toward any object outside
of the platform.
Be sure all tires are in good condition and lug nuts
are properly tightened.
Do not use the machine as a crane.
Do not push the machine or other objects with the
boom.
Maximum allowable
manual force 90 lbs / 400 N
Do not contact adjacent structures with the boom.
Do not tie the boom or platform to adjacent
structures.
Do not place loads outside the platform perimeter.
Do not alter or disable machine components that in
any way affect safety and stability.
Fall Hazards
Occupants must wear a
safety belt or harness and
comply with applicable
governmental regulations.
Attach the lanyard to the
anchor provided in the
platform.
Do not replace items critical to machine stability
with items of different weight or specification.
Do not place or attach overhanging loads to any
part of this machine.
Do not sit, stand or climb on the platform guard
rails. Maintain a firm footing on the platform floor at
all times.
Do not place ladders or scaffolds in the platform or
against any part of this machine.
Do not transport tools and materials unless they
are evenly distributed and can be safely handled by
person(s) in the platform.
Do not use the machine on a moving or mobile
surface or vehicle.
Do not climb down from the platform when raised.
Do not modify or alter an aerial work platform
without prior written permission from the
manufacturer. Mounting attachments for holding
tools or other materials onto the platform, toeboards
or guard rail system can increase the weight in the
platform and the surface area of the platform or the
load.
4
Keep the platform floor clear of debris.
Lower the platform entry mid-rail or close the entry
gate before operating.
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Do not lower the boom unless the area below is
clear of personnel and obstructions.
Collision Hazards
Be aware of limited sight
distance and blind spots
when driving or operating.
Be aware of the boom position when rotating the
turntable.
Check the work area for overhead obstructions or
other possible hazards.
Limit travel speed according to the condition of the
ground surface, congestion, slope, location of
personnel, and any other factors which may cause
collision.
Do not operate a boom in the path of any crane
unless the controls of the crane have been locked
out and/or precautions have been taken to prevent
any potential collision.
No stunt driving or horseplay while operating a
machine.
Be aware of crushing hazards when grasping the
platform guard rail.
Operators must comply with employer, job site and
governmental rules regarding the use of personal
protective equipment.
Observe and use color-coded direction arrows on
the platform controls and drive chassis for drive
and steer functions.
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Component Damage Hazard
Do not use any battery or charger greater than
12V to jump-start the engine.
Do not use the machine as a ground for welding.
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SAFETY RULES
Explosion and Fire Hazards
Bodily Injury Hazard
Do not start the engine if you smell or detect liquid
petroleum gas (LPG), gasoline, diesel fuel or other
explosive substances.
Do not operate the machine with a hydraulic oil or
air leak. An air leak or hydraulic leak can penetrate
and/or burn skin.
Do not refuel the machine with the engine running.
Always operate the machine in a well-ventilated
area to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.
Refuel the machine and charge the battery only in
an open, well-ventilated area away from sparks,
flames and lighted tobacco.
Do not operate the machine in hazardous locations
or locations where potentially flammable or
explosive gases or particles may be present.
Improper contact with components under any cover
will cause serious injury. Only trained maintenance
personnel should access compartments. Access
by the operator is only advised when performing a
pre-operation inspection. All compartments must
remain closed and secured during operation.
Do not spray ether into engines equipped with glow
plugs.
Battery Safety
Damaged Machine Hazards
Burn Hazards
Do not use a damaged or malfunctioning machine.
Batteries contain acid. Always wear protective
clothing and eyewear when working with batteries.
Conduct a thorough pre-operation inspection of
the machine and test all functions before each
work shift. Immediately tag and remove from
service a damaged or malfunctioning machine.
Avoid spilling or contacting battery acid. Neutralize
battery acid spills with baking soda and water.
Be sure all maintenance has been performed as
specified in this manual and the appropriate service
manual.
Explosion Hazard
Keep sparks, flames and lighted tobacco away
from batteries. Batteries emit explosive gas.
Be sure all decals are in place and legible.
Electrocution Hazard
Be sure the operator’s, safety and responsibilities
manuals are complete, legible and in the storage
container located on the platform.
Avoid contact with electrical terminals.
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SAFETY RULES
Decal Legend
Genie product decals use symbols, color coding
and signal words to identify the following:
Safety alert symbol—used to alert
personnel to potential personal
injury hazards. Obey all safety
messages that follow this symbol
to avoid possible injury or death.
Red—used to indicate the
presence of an imminently
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
Orange—used to indicate the
presence of a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Yellow with safety alert symbol—
used to indicate the presence of a
potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may cause
minor or moderate injury.
Yellow without safety alert
symbol—used to indicate the
presence of a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in property
damage.
Green—used to indicate operation
or maintenance information.
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Controls
5
4
6
9
24
7
10
F
3
1
2
E
11
STOP
DRIVE
ENABLE
OPERATION
12
2
Light on indicates that boom
has moved past a non-steer
tire and drive function is
turned off.
13
To drive, hold drive enable
switch up or down and
slowly move drive control
handle. Machine may drive
in opposite direction that
the drive and steer controls
are moved.
Use color-coded direction
arrows on this panel and
drive chassis to identify the
direction machine will travel.
CREEP
14
1
15
23
22
21
20
8
19
18
17
16
Platform Control Panel
1 Drive enable switch
2 Drive enable indicator light
3 Auxiliary power switch
4 Platform level switch
5 Horn button
6 Primary boom extend/retract
switch
7 Red Emergency Stop button
8 Function Override - Aircraft
Protection Package
(if equipped)
9 Battery charge indicator
(option)
8
10 Machine not level indicator
light (if equipped)
11 Proportional control handle for
drive function and thumb
rocker for steer function
12 Platform overload indicator
light
13 Drive speed select switch
16 Engine start switch
17 Gasoline/LPG models:
Gasoline/LPG select switch
18 Boom function speed
controller
19 Jib boom up/down switch
20 Secondary boom up/down
switch
14 Gasoline/LPG models: Choke
switch
Diesel models: Glow plug
switch (option)
21 Primary boom up/down switch
15 Engine idle (rpm) select
switch
· Rabbit & foot switch: foot
switch activated high idle
· Turtle: low idle
· Rabbit: high idle
24 Not used
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22 Turntable rotate switch
23 Platform rotate switch
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CONTROLS
Ground Control Panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Turntable rotate switch
Platform rotate switch
Primary boom up/down
switch
Platform level switch
Primary boom extend/
retract switch
10A breaker for engine
electrical circuits
10A breaker for control
electrical circuits
Auxiliary power switch
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Gasoline/LPG models:
Water temperature gauge
Diesel models: Oil
temperature gauge
Travel alarm
Oil pressure gauge
Key switch for platform/off/
ground selection
Voltage gauge
Red Emergency Stop
button
Not used
Hour meter
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18
19
20
21
22
23
Gasoline/LPG models:
Choke switch
Diesel models: Glow plug
switch (option)
Engine start switch
Function enable switch
Gasoline/LPG models: Fuel
select switch
Platform overload indicator
light
Jib boom up/down switch
Primary boom extend/
retract switch
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Legend
1 Non-steer tire
8 Platform
2 Steer tire
9 Lanyard anchorage point
3 Ground controls
10 Sliding mid-rail
4 Secondary boom
11 Manual storage container
5 Primary boom
12 Foot switch
6 Jib boom
7 Platform controls
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Pre-operation Inspection
Fundamentals
It is the responsibility of the operator to perform a
pre-operation inspection and routine maintenance.
Do Not Operate Unless:
You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
2 Always perform a pre-operation
inspection.
Know and understand the pre-operation
inspection before going on to the next
section.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
The pre-operation inspection is a visual inspection
performed by the operator prior to each work shift.
The inspection is designed to discover if anything
is apparently wrong with a machine before the
operator performs the function tests.
The pre-operation inspection also serves to
determine if routine maintenance procedures are
required. Only routine maintenance items
specified in this manual may be performed by the
operator.
Refer to the list on the next page and check each
of the items.
If damage or any unauthorized variation from
factory delivered condition is discovered, the
machine must be tagged and removed from
service.
Repairs to the machine may only be made by a
qualified service technician, according to the
manufacturer's specifications. After repairs are
completed, the operator must perform a
pre-operation inspection again before going on to
the function tests.
Scheduled maintenance inspections shall be
performed by qualified service technicians,
according to the manufacturer's specifications and
the requirements listed in the responsibilities
manual.
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PRE-OPERATION INSPECTION
Pre-operation Inspection
 Be sure that the operator's, safety and
responsibilities manuals are complete, legible
and in the storage container located on the
platform.
 Be sure that all decals are legible and in place.
See Decals section.
 Check for engine oil leaks and proper fluid
level. Add oil if needed. See Maintenance
section.
 Engine and related components
 Limit switches
 Nuts, bolts and other fasteners
 Platform entry mid-rail/gate
 Beacon and alarms (if equipped)
Check entire machine for:
 Cracks in welds or structural components
 Check for engine coolant leaks and proper fluid
level. Add coolant if needed. See Maintenance
section.
 Dents or damage to machine
 Check for hydraulic oil leaks and proper oil level.
Add oil if needed. See Maintenance section.
 Be sure that all structural and other critical
components are present and all associated
fasteners and pins are in place and properly
tightened.
 Check for battery fluid leaks and proper fluid
level. Add distilled water if needed. See
Maintenance section.
 After you complete your inspection, be sure that
all compartment covers are in place and
latched.
Check the following components or areas for
damage, improperly installed or missing parts and
unauthorized modifications:
 Electrical components, wiring and electrical
cables
 Hydraulic power unit, reservoir, hoses,
fittings, cylinders and manifolds
 Generator, belts and related components
 Fuel and hydraulic tanks
 Drive and turntable motors and torque hubs
 Boom wear pads
 Tires and wheels
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Maintenance
Check the Hydraulic Oil Level
Observe and Obey:
Only routine maintenance items specified in
this manual shall be performed by the operator.
Scheduled maintenance inspections shall be
completed by qualified service technicians,
according to the manufacturer's specifications
and the requirements specified in the
responsibilities manual.
Maintaining the hydraulic oil at the proper level is
essential to machine operation. Improper hydraulic
oil levels can damage hydraulic components. Daily
checks allow the inspector to identify changes in
oil level that might indicate the presence of
hydraulic system problems.
1 Be sure the boom is in the stowed position.
2 Visually inspect the site gauge located on the
side of the hydraulic tank.
Result: The hydraulic oil level should be within
the FULL and ADD marks on the hydraulic tank.
3 Add oil if necessary.
Hydraulic oil specifications
Maintenance Symbols Legend
Hydraulic oil type
The following symbols have been
used in this manual to help
communicate the intent of the
instructions. When one or more of
the symbols appear at the
beginning of a maintenance
procedure, it conveys the meaning
below.
Indicates that tools will be required to
perform this procedure.
Indicates that new parts will be
required to perform this procedure.
Chevron Rando HD
Premium MV equivalent
Check the Engine Coolant Level
Maintaining the engine coolant at the proper level
is essential to engine service life. Improper coolant
level will affect the engine's cooling capability and
damage engine components. Daily checks will
allow the inspector to identify changes in coolant
level that might indicate cooling system problems.
1 Check the fluid level in the coolant recovery
tank.
Result: The fluid level should be in the NORMAL
range.
2 Add fluid if necessary.
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MAINTENANCE
Check the Engine Oil Level
Check the Battery
Maintaining the proper engine oil level is essential
to good engine performance and service life.
Operating the machine with an improper oil level
can damage engine components.
Proper battery condition is essential to good engine
performance and operational safety. Improper fluid
levels or damaged cables and connections can
result in engine component damage and hazardous
conditions.
Check the oil level with the
engine off.
Bodily injury hazard. Batteries
contain acid. Avoid spilling or
contacting battery acid. Neutralize
battery acid spills with baking
soda and water.
1 Check the oil level dipstick. Add oil as needed.
Kubota Engine DF-972-E2
Oil type
10W-30
Kubota Engine D-1105
Oil type
10W-30
2 Be sure that the battery cable connections are
tight and free of corrosion.
3 Be sure that the battery hold-down bracket is
tight.
Perkins Engine 403D-11
Oil type
1 Put on protective clothing and eye wear.
15W-40
4 Remove the battery vent caps.
5 Check the battery acid level. If needed,
replenish with distilled water to the bottom of
the battery fill tube. Do not overfill.
6 Install the vent caps.
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MAINTENANCE
Scheduled Maintenance
Maintenance performed quarterly, annually
and every two years must be completed by a
person trained and qualified to perform
maintenance on this machine according to the
procedures found in the service manual for this
machine.
Machines that have been out of service for more
than three months must receive the quarterly
inspection before they are put back into service.
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Function Tests
Fundamentals
The function tests are designed to discover any
malfunctions before the machine is put into service.
The operator must follow the step-by-step
instructions to test all machine functions.
Do Not Operate Unless:
You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
2 Always perform a pre-operation
inspection.
A malfunctioning machine must never be used. If
malfunctions are discovered, the machine must be
tagged and removed from service. Repairs to the
machine may only be made by a qualified service
technician, according to the manufacturer's
specifications.
After repairs are completed, the operator must
perform a pre-operation inspection and function
tests again before putting the machine into service.
3 Always perform function tests prior to
use.
Know and understand the function tests
before going on to the next section.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
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FUNCTION TESTS
1 Select a test area that is firm, level and free of
obstruction.
At the Ground Controls
2 Turn the key switch to ground control.
3 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to the
on position.
Result: The beacon (if equipped) should flash.
Test the Tilt Sensor
9 Pull out the platform red Emergency Stop button
to the on position. Turn the key switch to
platform control.
10 Open the ground control side turntable cover and
locate the tilt sensor.
11 Press down one side of the tilt
sensor.
Result: The alarm, located in
the platform, should sound.
4 Start the engine. See Operating Instructions
section.
Test the Emergency Stop
Test Auxiliary Controls
5 Push in the red Emergency Stop button to the
off position.
12 Turn the key switch to ground control and shut
the engine off.
Result: The engine should turn off and all
functions should not operate.
13 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to the
on position.
6 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to
the on position and restart the engine.
14 Simultaneously hold the
auxiliary power switch on and
activate each boom function
toggle switch.
Test the Machine Functions
7 Do not hold the function enable
switch to either side. Attempt to
activate each boom and platform
function toggle switch.
Note: To conserve battery power, test each
function through a partial cycle.
Result: All boom and platform functions should
not operate.
Result: All boom functions should operate.
8 Hold the function enable switch to either side
and activate each boom and platform function
toggle switch.
Result: All boom and platform functions should
operate through a full cycle. The descent alarm
(if equipped) should sound while the boom is
lowering.
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FUNCTION TESTS
At the Platform Controls
Test Machine Functions
Test the Emergency Stop
24 Press down the foot switch.
15 Turn the key switch to platform control and
restart the engine.
25 Activate each machine function control handle
or toggle switch.
16 Push in the platform red Emergency Stop button
to the off position.
Result: All boom and platform functions should
operate through a full cycle.
Note: Control the speed of boom functions by
adjusting the boom function speed controller.
Drive and steer functions are not affected by the
boom function speed controller.
Result: The engine should turn off and all
functions should not operate.
17 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button and
restart the engine.
Test the Steering
Test the Horn
26 Press down the foot switch.
18 Push the horn button.
27 Depress the thumb rocker switch on top of the
drive control handle in the direction identified
by the blue triangle on the control panel.
Result: The horn should sound.
Test the Foot Switch
19 Push in the platform red Emergency Stop button
to the off position.
20 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to the
on position but do not start the engine.
21 Press down the foot switch and attempt to start
the engine by moving the start toggle switch to
either side.
Result: The engine should not start.
Result: The steer wheels should turn in the
direction that the blue triangles point on the
drive chassis.
28 Depress the thumb rocker switch in the direction
identified by the yellow triangle on the control
panel.
Result: The steer wheels should turn in the
direction that the yellow triangles point on the
drive chassis.
22 Do not press down the foot switch and start the
engine.
23 Do not press down the foot switch. Test each
machine function.
Result: The machine functions should not
operate.
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FUNCTION TESTS
Test Drive and Braking
Test the Drive Enable System
29 Press down the foot switch.
32 Press down the foot switch.
30 Slowly move the drive control handle in the
direction indicated by the blue arrow on the
control panel until the machine begins to move,
then return the handle to the center position.
33 Retract the primary boom to the stowed
position.
Result: The travel alarm (if equipped) should
sound. The machine should move in the
direction that the blue arrow points on the drive
chassis, then come to an abrupt stop.
31 Slowly move the drive control handle in the
direction indicated by the yellow arrow on the
control panel until the machine begins to move,
then return the handle to the center position.
Result: The travel alarm (if equipped) should
sound. The machine should move in the
direction that the yellow arrow points on the
drive chassis, then come to an abrupt stop.
Note: The brakes must be able to hold the
machine on any slope it is able to climb.
34 Rotate the turntable until the boom moves past
one of the non-steer wheels.
Result: The drive enable
indicator light should come
on and remain on while the
boom is anywhere in the
range shown.
35 Move the drive control handle off center.
Result: The drive function should not operate.
36 Move and hold the drive enable toggle switch
up or down and slowly move the drive control
handle off center.
Result: The drive function should operate.
Note: When the drive enable system is in use, the
machine may drive in the opposite direction that
the drive and steer control
handle is moved.
Blue
Use the color-coded
direction arrows on the
platform controls and the
drive chassis to identify
the direction of travel.
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Test Limited Drive Speed
Test Auxiliary Controls
37 Press down the foot switch.
46 Shut off the engine.
38 Raise the primary boom 1 foot / 30 cm.
47 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to the
on position.
39 Slowly move the drive control handle to the full
drive position.
Result: The maximum achievable drive speed
with the primary boom raised should not exceed
1 foot / 30 cm per second.
48 Press down the foot switch.
49 Simultaneously hold the auxiliary power switch
on and activate each function control handle or
toggle switch.
Note: To conserve battery power, test each
function through a partial cycle.
40 Lower the boom to the stowed position.
41 Raise the secondary boom 1 foot / 30 cm.
42 Slowly move the drive control handle to the full
drive position.
Result: All boom and steer functions should
operate. Drive function should not operate with
auxiliary power.
Result: The maximum achievable drive speed
with the secondary boom raised should not
exceed 1 foot / 30 cm per second.
43 Lower the boom to the stowed position.
44 Extend the primary boom 1 foot / 30 cm.
45 Slowly move the drive control handle to the full
drive position.
Result: The maximum achievable drive speed
with the primary boom extended should not
exceed 1 foot / 30 cm per second.
If the drive speed with the primary boom raised or
extended or the secondary boom raised exceeds
1 foot / 30 cm per second, immediately tag and
remove the machine from service.
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Workplace Inspection
Workplace Inspection
Be aware of and avoid the following hazardous
situations:
·
drop-offs or holes
·
bumps, floor obstructions or debris
·
sloped surfaces
You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
·
unstable or slippery surfaces
·
overhead obstructions and high voltage
conductors
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
·
hazardous locations
2 Always perform a pre-operation
inspection.
·
inadequate surface support to withstand all load
forces imposed by the machine
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
·
wind and weather conditions
4 Inspect the workplace.
·
the presence of unauthorized personnel
Know and understand the workplace
inspection before going on to the next
section.
·
other possible unsafe conditions
Do Not Operate Unless:
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
Fundamentals
The workplace inspection helps the operator
determine if the workplace is suitable for safe
machine operation. It should be performed by the
operator prior to moving the machine to the
workplace.
It is the operator's responsibility to read and
remember the workplace hazards, then watch for
and avoid them while moving, setting up and
operating the machine.
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Operating Instructions
Fundamentals
The Operating Instructions section provides
instructions for each aspect of machine operation.
It is the operator's responsibility to follow all the
safety rules and instructions in the operator's,
safety and responsibilities manuals.
Do Not Operate Unless:
You learn and practice the principles of safe
machine operation contained in this operator's
manual.
1 Avoid hazardous situations.
2 Always perform a pre-operation
inspection.
3 Always perform function tests prior to use.
4 Inspect the workplace.
5 Only use the machine as it was intended.
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Using the machine for anything other than lifting
personnel, along with their tools and materials, to
an aerial work site is unsafe and dangerous.
Only trained and authorized personnel should be
permitted to operate a machine. If more than one
operator is expected to use a machine at different
times in the same work shift, they must all be
qualified operators and are all expected to follow all
safety rules and instructions in the operator's,
safety and responsibilities manuals. That means
every new operator should perform a pre-operation
inspection, function tests, and a workplace
inspection before using the machine.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Starting the Engine
Auxiliary Controls
1 At the ground controls, turn the key switch to
the desired position.
Use auxiliary power if the primary power source
(engine) fails.
2 Be sure both ground and platform control red
Emergency Stop buttons are pulled out to the
on position.
1 Turn the key switch to ground or platform
control.
3 Gasoline/LPG models: Choose fuel by moving
the fuel select switch to the desired position.
4 Move the engine start toggle
switch to either side. If the
engine fails to start or dies, the
restart delay will disable the start
switch for 3 seconds.
2 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to the
on position.
3 Press down the foot switch when operating the
auxiliary controls from the platform.
4 Simultaneously hold the auxiliary
power switch on and activate the
desired function.
If the engine fails to start after 15 seconds of
cranking, determine the cause and repair any
malfunction. Wait 60 seconds before trying to start
again.
The drive function will not operate with auxiliary
power.
All models: In extreme cold conditions, 20°F / -6°C
and below, warm the engine for 5 minutes to
prevent hydraulic system damage.
1 Turn the key switch to ground control.
Gasoline/LPG models: In extreme cold conditions,
20°F / -6°C and below, the machine should be
started on gasoline, then switched to LPG.
3 Gasoline/LPG models: Choose fuel by moving
the fuel select switch to the desired position.
Emergency Stop
To Position Platform
Push in the red Emergency Stop button to the off
position at the ground or platform controls to stop
all machine functions and turn the engine off.
1 Hold the function enable switch to
either side.
Repair any function that operates when the red
Emergency Stop button is pushed in.
Selecting and operating the ground controls will
override the platform red Emergency Stop button.
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2 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to
the on position.
4 Start the engine.
2 Move the appropriate toggle switch according to
the markings on the control panel.
Drive and steer functions are not available from the
ground controls.
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Operation from Platform
To Drive
1 Turn the key switch to platform control.
1 Press down the foot switch.
2 Pull out both ground and platform red
Emergency Stop buttons to the on position.
2 Increase speed: Slowly move the drive control
handle off center.
3 Gasoline/LPG models: Choose fuel by moving
the fuel select switch to the desired position.
Decrease speed: Slowly move the drive control
handle toward center.
4 Start the engine. Do not press down the foot
switch when starting the engine.
Stop: Return the drive control handle to center or
release the foot switch.
Use the color-coded direction arrows on the
platform controls and the drive chassis to identify
the direction the machine will travel.
To Position Platform
1 Press down the foot switch.
2 Slowly move the appropriate function control
handle or toggle switch according to the
markings on the control panel.
Machine travel speed is restricted when the booms
are raised or extended.
Machines equipped with Platform Level Control
Disable Function: The platform level toggle switch
will not operate when the primary boom is raised
past the drive speed limit switch.
To Steer
1 Press down the foot switch.
2 Turn the steer wheels with the thumb rocker
switch located on top of the drive control
handle.
Use the color-coded direction triangles on the
platform controls and the drive chassis to identify
the direction the wheels will turn.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Driving on a slope
Lay the piece of wood on the slope.
Determine the uphill, downhill and side slope ratings
for the machine and determine the slope grade.
At the downhill end, lay the level on the top edge of
the piece of wood and lift the end until the piece of
wood is level.
Maximum slope rating,
counterweight uphill (gradeability):
2WD: 37% (20°)
4WD: 45% (24°)
Maximum slope rating,
counterweight downhill:
2WD: 20% (11°)
4WD: 40% (22°)
While holding the piece of wood level, measure the
distance from the bottom of the piece of wood to
the ground.
Divide the tape measure distance (rise) by the
length of the piece of wood (run) and multiply by
100.
Example:
Maximum side slope rating:
25% (14°)
Note: Slope rating is subject to ground conditions
and adequate traction. The term gradeability applies
to the counterweight uphill configuration only.
Piece of wood = 144 inches (3.6 m)
Be sure the boom is below horizontal and the
platform is between the non-steer wheels.
Run = 144 inches (3.6 m)
Move the drive speed select switch to machine on
incline symbol.
To determine the slope grade:
Rise = 12 inches (0.3 m)
12 in  144 in = 0.083 x 100 = 8.3% grade
0.3 m  3.6 m = 0.083 x 100 = 8.3% grade
Measure the slope with a digital inclinometer OR
use the following procedure.
If the slope exceeds the maximum uphill, downhill
or side slope rating, then the machine must be
winched or transported up or down the slope. See
Transport and Lifting section.
You will need:
carpenter’s level
straight piece of wood, at least 3 feet / 1 m long
tape measure
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Drive Enable
Engine Idle Select (rpm)
Light on indicates that the boom
has moved just past either nonsteer wheel and the drive
function has been interrupted.
Select the engine idle (rpm) using the symbols on
the control panel.
To drive, hold the drive enable switch to either side
and slowly move the drive control handle off center.
Be aware that the machine may move in the
opposite direction that the drive and steer controls
are moved.
Always use the color-coded direction arrows on the
platform controls and the drive chassis to identify
the direction the machine will travel.
Drive Speed Select
·
Rabbit and foot switch symbol: foot switch
activated high idle
·
Turtle symbol: low idle
·
Rabbit symbol: high idle
Generator (if equipped)
To start the generator, move the generator toggle
switch to the on position.
Plug a power tool into the power to platform GFCI
outlet.
·
Machine on incline symbol: Low range operation
for inclines
·
Machine on level surface symbol: High range
operation for maximum drive speed
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To turn off the generator, move the generator toggle
switch to the off position.
Note: Machine functions will not operate while the
generator is running and the foot switch is not
pressed down. When the foot switch is pressed
down, the generator will turn off and the machine
functions will operate.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Platform Overload Indicator
Light
After Each Use
Light flashing indicates the
platform is overloaded. The
engine will stop and no functions
will operate.
Remove weight from the platform
until the light goes off and then
restart the engine.
Machine Not Level Indicator
Light (if equipped)
1 Select a safe parking location—firm level
surface, clear of obstruction and traffic.
2 Retract and lower the boom to the stowed
position.
3 Rotate the turntable so that the boom is
between the non-steer wheels.
4 Turn the key switch to the off position and
remove the key to secure from unauthorized
use.
5 Chock the wheels.
Light on indicates the machine is not
level. The tilt alarm will be sounding
when this light is on. Move the machine
to a firm level surface.
Aircraft Protection Package
(if equipped)
If the platform bumpers come in contact with
aircraft component, the machine will shut down and
no functions will operate.
Move the function override toggle switch to either
side to operate the machine.
Fall Protection
Personal fall protection equipment (PFPE) is
required when operating this machine.
All PFPE must comply with applicable
governmental regulations, and must be inspected
and used in accordance with the PFPE
manufacturer’s instructions.
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Decals
Inspection for Decals with Words
Use the pictures on the next page to verify that all
decals are legible and in place.
Below is a numerical list with quantities and
descriptions.
Part No.
Decal Description
27564
Danger - Electrocution Hazard
28158
Part No.
Decal Description
2
44981
Label - Air Line to Platform
Label - Unleaded
1
44986
Notice - Max Manual Force, 90 lbs / 400 N 1
28159
Label - Diesel
1
46468
28160
Label - LPG
1
Label - Function Override
(Aircraft Protection Package)
1
28161
Danger - Crushing Hazard
3
52968
Cosmetic - Genie Boom
1
28164
Notice - Hazardous Materials
1
62930
Cosmetic - Genie Z-34/22
1
28165
Notice - Foot Switch
1
62947
Cosmetic - IC Power 4 x 2
1
28171
Label - No Smoking
1
62948
Cosmetic - IC Power 4 x 4
1
28174
Label - Power to Platform, 230V
2
72094
Ground Control Panel
1
28175
Caution - Compartment Access
1
72095
Platform Control Panel
1
28176
Notice - Missing Manuals
1
72867
Label - Work Lights Option Patch
1
28177
Warning - Platform Rotate
2
72999
Label - Environ MV46
1
28181
Warning - No Step or Ride
1
82161
Label - UCON Hydrolube, HP-5046
1
28236
Warning - Failure To Read . . .
1
82366
Label - Chevron Rando
1
31060
Danger - Tip-over Hazard, Interlock
4
97602
Warning - Explosion Hazard
1
37052
Notice - Maximum Load, 500 lbs / 227 kg 1
97890
Danger - Safety Rules
2
37053
Arrow - Blue
1
114397
Danger - Tilt-Alarm
1
37054
Arrow - Yellow
1
131269
Notice - Kubota Diesel Engine Specs
1
37055
Triangle - Blue
2
37056
Triangle - Yellow
2
40434
Label - Lanyard Anchorage
2
43595
Danger - Tip-over Hazard, Tires
4
44248
Label - Maximum Capacity, 440 lbs
(Aircraft Protection Package)
1
Notice - Generator (option)
1
44779
Quantity
Quantity
2
133278** Label - Fuel, Low Sulfur Fuel or ...
1
133299
Label - Wheel Load
4
133545
Notice - Tire Specifications
4
139249
Notice - Perkins Diesel Engine Specs
1
139250
Notice - Kubota Gas Engine Specs
1
227429
Notice - Operating Instructions
2
** Diesel Powered Machines
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DECALS
28171
28164
227429
31060
27564
133299
72094
97890
28181
44981
133278
82366
31060
28158 or 82161 77398
28161
28160
Serial
Plate
or 28159 or 72999
Ground
Controls Side
40434
28177
133545
43595
133299
52968
37053
133545
43595
72095
46468
44779
72867
97890
114397
37056
Chassis
37055
31060
37055
37056
Platform
28174
227429
28236
28176
37052
or 44248
44986
44981
28165
37054
62947
or 62948
62930
31060
28161
28175
97602
131269
or 139249
or 139250
27564
Safety Tape
40434
28177
133545
Shading indicates
decal is hidden
from view, i.e.,
under covers
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28174
133545
43595
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133299
43595
Engine
Side
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Transport and Lifting Instructions
Free-wheel Configuration for
Winching
1 Chock the wheels to prevent the machine from
rolling.
2 Release the non-steer wheel brakes by turning
over the torque hub disconnect caps (see
below).
Observe and Obey:
The transport vehicle must be parked on a level
surface.
The transport vehicle must be secured to
prevent rolling while the machine is being
loaded.
3 Be sure the winch line is properly secured to the
drive chassis tie points and the path is clear of
all obstructions.
After the machine is loaded:
Be sure the vehicle capacity, loading surfaces
and chains or straps are sufficient to withstand
the machine weight. See the serial plate for the
machine weight.
The machine must be on a level surface or
secured before releasing the brakes.
Do not drive the machine on a slope that
exceeds the slope or side slope rating. See
Driving on a Slope in the Operating Instructions
section.
1 Chock the wheels to prevent the machine from
rolling.
2 Apply the non-steer wheel brakes by turning
over the torque hub disconnect caps (see
below).
Towing a Genie Z-34/22 is not recommended. If
the machine must be towed, do not exceed
2 mph / 3.2 km/h.
If the slope of the transport vehicle bed exceeds
the uphill or downhill maximum slope rating, the
machine must be loaded and unloaded using a
winch as described.
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Disengage
Position
Engage
Position
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TRANSPORT AND LIFTING INSTRUCTIONS
Securing the Platform
Securing to Truck or Trailer for
Transit
Always chock the machine wheels in preparation
for transport.
Turn the key switch to the off position and remove
the key before transporting.
Inspect the entire machine for loose or unsecured
items.
Make sure the jib and platform are in the stowed
position.
Place a block under the edge of the platform
beneath the platform entry.
Secure the platform with a nylon strap placed over
the platform mount near the platform rotator (see
below). Do not use excessive downward force when
securing the boom section.
Securing the Chassis
Use the tie points on the drive chassis for
anchoring down to the transport surface.
Use chains or straps of ample load capacity.
Use a minimum of 4 chains.
Adjust the rigging to prevent damage to the chains.
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TRANSPORT AND LIFTING INSTRUCTIONS
Lifting Instructions
Fully lower and retract the boom. Fully lower the jib.
Remove all loose items on the machine.
Determine the center of gravity of your machine
using the table and the picture on this page.
Observe and Obey:
Attach the rigging only to the designated lifting
points on the machine. There are four lifting points
on the chassis.
Only qualified riggers should rig and lift the
machine.
Be sure the crane capacity, loading surfaces
and straps or lines are sufficient to withstand
the machine weight. See the serial plate for the
machine weight.
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Adjust the rigging to prevent damage to the
machine and to keep the machine level.
X Axis
35.9 in
91.3 cm
Y Axis
33.3 in
84.7 cm
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Specifications
Z-34/22 2WD Industrial
Tires size Industrial (foam filled only)
9-14.5
Height, working maximum
40 ft 6 in
12.5 m
Vibration value does not exceed 2.5 m/s2
Height, platform maximum
34 ft 6 in
10.5 m
6 ft 7 in
2m
Weight
10566 lb
4793 kg
(Machine weights vary with option configurations)
22 ft 3 in
6.8 m
5 ft 8 in
1.7 m
18 ft 6 in
5.6 m
500 lb
227 kg
Maximum wind speed
28 mph
12.5 m/s
Wheelbase
6 ft 2 in
1.9 m
Turning radius (outside)
13 ft 1 in
4m
Turning radius (inside)
5 ft 9 in
1.8 m
6 in
15 cm
Height, stowed maximum
Horizontal reach maximum
Drive speeds, maximum,
Boom stowed
Width
Length, stowed
Maximum load capacity
Ground clearance
Turntable rotation (degrees)
355°
Turntable tailswing
0
Platform leveling
self-leveling
Platform rotation (degrees)
Controls
180°
12V DC proportional
Platform dimensions,
(length x width)
Power source
56 in x 30 in
1.4 m x 76 cm
Kubota D1105 Diesel
OR Perkins 403D Diesel
Fuel capacity
9.3 gallons
AC outlet in platform
Hydraulic pressure, maximum 3200 psi
(boom functions)
System voltage
26 hp
26.4 hp
Boom
raised or extended
3.0 mph
4.8 km/h
40 ft/9 sec 12.2 m/9 sec
0.7 mph
1.0 km/h
40 ft/40 sec 12.2 m/40 sec
Maximum slope rating, stowed position, 2WD
Counterweight uphill
37%
20°
Counterweight downhill
20%
11°
Side slope
25%
14°
Note: Slope rating is subject to ground conditions and
adequate traction.
Airborne noise emissions
Sound pressure level at ground workstation
81 dBA
Sound pressure level at platform workstation
80 dBA
Guaranteed sound power level
105 dBA
Maximum allowable inclination of the chassis
Floor Loading Information
Tire load, maximum
5300 lbs
2404 kg
Tire contact pressure (per tire)
100 psi
7.03 kg/cm2
689 kPa
Occupied floor pressure
221 psf
10.58 kPa
1079 kg/m2
35.2 liters
standard
220.7 bar
12V
4.5°
Note: Floor loading information is approximate and
does not incorporate different option configurations. It
should be used only with adequate safety factors.
Continuous improvement of our products is a
Genie policy. Product specifications are subject
to change without notice or obligation.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Z-34/22 2WD and 4WD RT
Height, working maximum
40 ft 10 in
12.6 m
Height, platform maximum
34 ft 10 in
10.6 m
6 ft 9 in
2m
22 ft 3 in
6.8 m
6 ft 1 in
1.8 m
18 ft 7 in
5.7 m
500 lb
227 kg
Maximum wind speed
28 mph
12.5 m/s
Wheelbase
6 ft 2 in
1.9 m
Turning radius (outside)
13 ft 6 in
4.1 m
Turning radius (inside)
5 ft 11 in
1.8 m
6.5 in
16.5 cm
Height, stowed maximum
Horizontal reach maximum
Width
Length, stowed
Maximum load capacity
Ground clearance
Turntable rotation (degrees)
355°
Turntable tailswing
0
Platform leveling
self-leveling
Platform rotation (degrees)
Controls
180°
12V DC proportional
Platform dimensions,
(length x width)
Power source
56 in x 30 in
1.4 m x 76 cm
Kubota D1105 Diesel
OR Perkins 403D Diesel
Fuel capacity
9.3 gallons
AC outlet in platform
Hydraulic pressure, maximum 3200 psi
(boom functions)
System voltage
26 hp
26.4 hp
35.2 liters
standard
Tires size Rough terrain
(foam filled only)
10-16.5 NHS
Vibration value does not exceed 2.5 m/s2
Weight
2WD
10786 lb
4892 kg
4WD
10986 lb
4983 kg
(Machine weights vary with option configurations)
Drive speeds, maximum,
Boom stowed
Boom
raised or extended
2WD & 4WD models
3.0 mph
40 ft/9 sec
0.7 mph
40 ft/40 sec
4.8 km/h
12.2/9 sec
1.0 km/h
12.2 m/40 sec
Maximum slope rating, stowed position, 4WD
Counterweight uphill
45%
24°
Counterweight downhill
40%
22°
Side slope
25%
14°
Note: Slope rating is subject to ground conditions and
adequate traction.
Airborne noise emissions
Sound pressure level at ground workstation
81 dBA
Sound pressure level at platform workstation
80 dBA
Guaranteed sound power level
105 dBA
Maximum allowable inclination of the chassis
4.5°
Floor Loading Information
Tire load, maximum
Tire contact pressure (per tire)
5300 lbs
2404 kg
45 psi
3.16 kg/cm2
310 kPa
221 psf
10.58 kPa
1079 kg/m2
220.7 bar
Occupied floor pressure
12V
Note: Floor loading information is approximate and
does not incorporate different option configurations. It
should be used only with adequate safety factors.
Continuous improvement of our products is a
Genie policy. Product specifications are subject
to change without notice or obligation.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Range of Motion
35 ft
10.6 m
+75°
30 ft
9.1 m
25 ft
7.6 m
+75°
-72°
20 ft
6.1 m
15 ft
4.6 m
-72°
10 ft
3m
5 ft
1.52 m
0 ft
0m
0 ft
0m
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1.5 m
10 ft
3m
20 ft
15 ft
4.6 m 6.1 m
25 ft
7.6 m
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