MVT628T-648484SD-Rev11

MVT628T-648484SD-Rev11
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MANITOU NORTH AMERICA, INC.
6401 IMPERIAL DRIVE
Waco, TX 76712--6803
For Parts Orders contact your Manitou North America Dealer or call:
Manitou North America, Parts Dept. 800--425--3727 or (254) 799--0232
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Website: www.manitou--na.com
MVT628 T
-- E3 -OPERATOR/SERVICE
MANUAL
Except S/N:414223, 414224, 414392
THIS OPERATOR’S MANUAL MUST BE KEPT IN THE LIFT TRUCK. IT MUST BE READ AND
UNDERSTOOD BY THE LIFT TRUCK OPERATOR.
CATALOG 648484S
R11-10
CONTENTS
CONTENTS
MVT 628 T
MVT 628
Turbo
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CONTENTS
- INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY -
- ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK
GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS - - - - - - - - - - - I
- SAFETY MESSAGES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VII
- SAFETY DECALS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VIII
- TABLE OF CONTENTS - XV
- OPERATING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS - - - - - - - - SECTION 1
- DESCRIPTION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SECTION 2
- MAINTENANCE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SECTION 3
- ELECTRICAL AND HYDRAULIC - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SECTION 4
- PICKING UP THE ATTACHMENTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SECTION 5
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK
GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS
STUDY THE OPERATOR/SERVICE MANUALS
The information in this manual provides general instructions for the safe operation and maintenance of your
forklift truck. This information is vital and must be clearly understood by the operator and serviceman. Study
this manual and the Rough Terrain Forklift Safety Manual (part no. 422494) thoroughly and carefully before
operating or servicing your forklift. Contact your dealer or Manitou North America, Inc. if you have any questions concerning your forklift, its operation, service or parts. Keep both manuals in the literature box on the
forklift available for reference. If either manual becomes illegible or is missing, contact your dealer for replacements immediately. This manual cannot cover every situation that might result in an accident. It is the responsibility of the operator to always remain alert for potential hazards and be prepared to avoid them!
ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDED LITERATURE:
ANSI / ITSDF B56.6 is the national consensus standard for rough terrain forklift trucks. It contains rules about
forklift safety, maintenance, safe operation, training, and supervision. Forklift owners should learn this standard and make it available for their operators, service personnel, and supervisors. These standards can be
obtained, free of charge, from the Industrial Truck Standards Development Foundation (ITSDF) on their website at www.itsdf.org. The following references are examples from the standard, addressing forklift operators:
A.) OPERATOR TRAINING QUALIFICATIONS
1.) The user shall ensure that operators understand that safe operation is the operator’s responsibility. The
user shall ensure that operators are knowledgeable of, and observe, all safety rules and practices.
2.) Create an effective operator training program centered around user company’s policies, operating conditions, and rough terrain forklift trucks. The program should be presented completely to all new operators and
not be condensed for those claiming previous experience.
3.) Information on operator training is available from several sources, including rough terrain forklift truck manufacturers, users, government agencies, etc.
4.) An operator training program should consist of the following:
a.) careful selection of the operator, considering physical qualifications, job attitude, and aptitude;
b.) emphasis on safety of stock, equipment, operator, and other personnel;
c.) citing of rules and why they were formulated;
d.) basic fundamentals of rough terrain forklift truck and component design as related to safety, e.g.,
in.-lb (N-m) loading, mechanical limitations, center of gravity, stability, etc.;
e.) introduction to equipment, control locations, and functions. Explain how they work when used
properly and problems when used improperly.
f.) supervise practice on operating course remote from normal activity and designed to simulate
actual operations, e.g., lumber stacking, elevating shingles to the roof, etc.;
g.) oral, written, and operational performance tests and evaluations during and at completion of the
course;
h.) refresher courses, which may be condensed versions of the primary
course, and periodic “on job” operator evaluation;
i.) understanding of nameplate data and operator instructions and warning information appearing on
the rough terrain forklift truck.
B.) GENERAL SAFETY PRACTICES
1.) Rough terrain forklift trucks can cause injury if improperly used or maintained.
2.) Only authorized operators trained to adhere strictly to all operating instructions shall be permitted to operate rough terrain forklift trucks. Unusual operating conditions may require additional safety precautions, training, and special operating instructions.
3.) Modifications and additions which affect capacity or safe operation shall not be preformed without the manufacturer’s prior written approval. Where such authorization is granted, capacity, operation, and maintenance
instruction plates, tags, or decals shall be changed accordingly.
4.) If the rough terrain forklift truck is equipped with front end attachment(s) or optional forks, the user shall see
that the truck is marked to identify the forks or attachment(s), show the approximate weight of the truck and
fork or attachment combination, and show the capacity of the truck with forks or attachment(s) at maximum
elevation with load laterally centered.
5.) The user shall see that all nameplates and caution and instruction markings are in place and legible.
6.) The user shall consider that changes in load dimension may affect rough terrain forklift truck capacity.
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS (cont.)
B.) GENERAL SAFETY PRACTICES (cont.)
7.) Where steering can be accomplished with either hand and the steering mechanism is of a type that prevents road reactions from causing the handwheel to spin (power steering or equivalent), steering knobs may
be used. When used, steering knobs shall be of a type that can be engaged by the operator’s hand from the
top and shall be within the periphery of the steering handwheel.
8.) Experience has shown that rough terrain forklift trucks which comply with stability requirements are stable
when properly operated. However, improper operation, faulty maintenance, or poor housekeeping may contribute to a condition of instability and defeat the purpose of the requirements.
9.) Users shall give consideration to special operating conditions. The amount of forward and rearward tilt to
be used is governed by the application. Although the use of maximum rearward tilt is allowable under certain
conditions, such as traveling with the load lowered, the stability of a rough terrain forklift truck as determined
by standardized tests does not encompass consideration for excessive tilt at high elevations or the operation
of trucks with excessive off-center loads.
10.) Some of the conditions which may affect stability are ground and floor conditions, grade, speed, loading
(rough terrain forklift trucks equipped with attachments behave as partially loaded trucks even when operated
without a load on the attachment), dynamic and static forces, improper tire inflation, and the judgement exercised by the operator.
C.) OPERATING SAFETY RULES AND PRACTICES
1.) Safe operation is the responsibility of the operator.
2.) This equipment can be dangerous if not used properly. The operator shall develop safe working habits and
also be aware of hazardous conditions in order to protect himself, other personnel, the rough terrain forklift
truck, and other material.
3.) The operator shall be familiar with the operation and function of all controls and instruments before undertaking to operate the rough terrain forklift truck.
4.) Before operating any rough terrain forklift truck, truck operators shall have read and be familiar with the
operator’s manual for the particular truck being operated.
5.) Before starting to operate the rough terrain forklift truck:
a.) be in operating position and fasten seat belt;
b.) place directional controls in neutral;
c.) apply brakes;
d.) start engine.
6.) Do not start or operate the rough terrain forklift truck, any of its functions, or attachments from any place
other than the designated operator’s position.
7.) Keep hands and feet inside the operator’s designated area or compartment. Do not put any part of the
body outside the operator compartment of the rough terrain forklift truck.
8.) Never put any part of the body into the mast structure or between the mast and the rough terrain forklift
truck.
9.) Never put any part of the body within the reach mechanism of the rough terrain forklift truck or other attachments.
10.) Understand rough terrain forklift limitations and operate the truck in a safe manner so as not to cause injury
to personnel.
11.) Do not allow anyone to stand or pass under the elevated portion of any rough terrain forklift truck, whether
empty or loaded.
12.) Do not permit passengers to ride on rough terrain forklift trucks.
13.) Check clearance carefully before driving under electrical lines, bridges, etc.
14.) A rough terrain forklift truck is attended when the operator is less than 25 ft (7.6m) from the truck, which
remains in his view.
15.) A rough terrain forklift truck is unattended when the operator is 25ft (7.6m) or more from the truck, which
remains in his view, or whenever the operator leaves the truck and it is not in his view.
16.) Before leaving the operator’s position:
a.) bring rough terrain forklift truck to a complete stop;
b.) place directional controls in neutral;
c.) apply the parking brake;
d.) lower load-engaging means fully, unless supporting an occupied elevated platform;
e.) stop the engine;
f.) if the rough terrain forklift truck must be left on an incline, block the wheels;
g.) fully lower the load-engaging means.
17.) Maintain a safe distance from the edge of ramps, platforms, and other similar working surfaces.
18.) Do no move railroad cars or trailer with a rough terrain forklift truck.
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS (cont.)
C.) OPERATING SAFETY RULES AND PRACTICES (cont.)
19.) Do not use a rough terrain forklift truck for opening or closing railroad car doors.
20.) In areas classified as hazardous, use only rough terrain forklift trucks approved for use in those areas.
21.) Report all accidents involving personnel, building structures, and equipment to the supervisor or as
directed.
22.) Do not add to, or modify, the rough terrain forklift truck.
23.) Do not block access to fire aisles, stairways, and fire equipment.
24.) For rough terrain forklift trucks equipped with a differential lock, the lock should not be engaged when driving on the road or at high speeds or when turning. If the lock is engaged when turning, there could be loss of
steering control.
25.) Observe all traffic regulations including authorized speed limits. Under normal traffic conditions, keep to
the right, maintain a safe distance, based on speed of travel, from the truck ahead; and keep the truck under
control at all times.
26.) Yield the right-of-way to pedestrians and emergency vehicles such as ambulances and fire trucks.
27.) Do not pass another truck traveling in the same direction at intersections, blind spots, or at other dangerous locations.
28.) Slow down and sound the audible warning device(s) at cross-aisles and other locations where vision is
obstructed.
29.) Cross railroad tracks at an angle wherever possible. Do not park closer than 6 ft (1.8m) to the nearest rail
of a railroad track.
30.) Keep a clear view of the path of travel and observe other traffic, personnel, and safe clearances.
31.) If the load being carried obstructs forward view, travel with the load trailing.
32.) Ascend or descend grades slowly and with caution.
a.) When ascending or descending grades in excess of 5%, loaded rough terrain forklift trucks
should be driven with the load upgrade.
b.) Unloaded rough terrain forklift trucks should be operated on all grades with the load-engaging
means downgrade.
c.) On all grades, the load and load-engaging means shall be tilted back, if applicable, and raised
only as far as necessary to clear the road surface.
d.) Avoid turning, if possible, and use extreme caution on grades, ramps, or inclines; normally
travel straight up or down.
33.) Under all travel conditions, operate the rough terrain forklift truck at a speed that will permit it to be brought
to a stop in a safe manner.
34.) Travel with load-engaging means or load low and, where possible, tilted back. Do not elevate the load
except during stacking.
35.) Make starts, stops, turns, or direction reversals in a smooth manner so as not to shift load and/or overturn
the rough terrain forklift truck.
36.) Do not indulge in stunt driving or horseplay.
37.) Slow down for wet and slippery surfaces.
38.) Before driving over a dockboard or bridge plate, be sure that it is properly secured. Drive carefully and
slowly across the dockboard or bridge plate, and never exceed its rated capacity.
39.) Do not drive rough terrain forklift trucks onto any elevator unless specifically authorized to do so.
Approach elevators slowly, and then enter squarely after the elevator car is properly leveled. Once on the elevator, neutralize the controls, shut off engine, and set brakes. It is advisable that all other personnel leave the
elevator before truck is allowed to enter or leave.
40.) Avoid running over loose objects on the roadway surface.
41.) When negotiating turns, reduce speed to a safe level, and turn steering handwheel in a smooth sweeping
motion. Except when maneuvering at a very low speed, turn the steering handwheel at a moderate, even rate.
42.) Use special care when traveling without load, as the risk of lateral overturning is greater.
43.) Improper use of stabilizer controls (if so equipped) could cause rough terrain forklift truck upset. Always
lower the carriage before operating stabilizer controls.
44.) For rough terrain forklift trucks equipped with lateral leveling:
a.) Always level the frame before raising the boom or mast, with or without a load.
b.) Lateral leveling should not be used to position an elevated load; instead, lower the load and
reposition the rough terrain forklift truck.
45.) Handle only stable or safely arranged loads.
a.) When handling off-center loads which cannot be centered, operate with extra caution.
b.) Handle only loads within the capacity of the rough terrain forklift truck.
c.) Handle loads exceeding the dimensions used to establish rough terrain forklift truck capacity
with extra caution. Stability and maneuverability may be adversely affected.
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS (cont.)
C.) OPERATING SAFETY RULES AND PRACTICES (cont.)
46.) When attachments are used, extra care shall be taken in securing, manipulating, positioning, and transporting the load. Operate rough terrain forklift trucks equipped with attachments as partially loaded trucks
when not handling a load.
47.) Completely engage the load with the load-engaging means. Fork length should be at least two-thirds of
load length. Where tilt is provided, carefully tilt the load backward to stabilize the load. Caution should be used
in tilting backward with high or segmented loads.
48.) Use extreme care when tilting load forward or backward, particularly when high tiering. Do not tilt forward
with load-engaging means elevated except to pick up or deposit a load over a rack or stack. When stacking
or tiering, use only enough backward tilt to stabilize the load.
49.) The handling of suspended loads by means of a crane arm (boom) or other device can introduce dynamic forces affecting the stability of a rough terrain forklift truck. Grades and sudden starts, stops, and turns can
cause the load to swing and create a hazard if not externally stabilized. When handling suspended loads:
a.) do not exceed the truck manufacturer’s capacity of the rough terrain forklift truck as equipped
for handling suspended loads.
b.) only lift the load vertically and never drag it horizontally;
c.) transport the load with the bottom of the load and the mast as low as possible;
d.) with load elevated, maneuver the rough terrain forklift truck slowly and cautiously, and only to
the extent necessary to permit lowering to the transport position;
e.) use tag lines to restrain load swing whenever possible.
50.) At the beginning of each shift and before operating the rough terrain forklift truck, check its condition,
giving special attention to:
a.) tires and their inflation pressure
b.) warning devices
c.) lights
d.) lift and tilt systems, load-engaging means, chains, cables, and limit switches
e.) brakes
f.) steering mechanism
g.) fuel system(s)
51.) If the rough terrain forklift truck is found to be in need of repair or in any way unsafe, or if it contributes to
an unsafe condition, the matter shall be reported immediately to the user’s designated authority, and the truck
shall not be operated until it has been restored to safe operating condition.
52.) If during operation the rough terrain forklift truck becomes unsafe in any way, the matter shall be reported
immediately to the user’s designated authority, and the truck shall not be operated until it has been restored to
safe operating condition.
53.) Do not make repairs or adjustments unless specifically authorized to do so.
54.) When refueling, smoking in the area shall not be permitted, the engine shall be stopped, and the operator shall not be on the rough terrain forklift
truck.
55.) Spillage of oil or fuel shall be carefully and completely absorbed or evaporated and fuel tank cap replaced
before restarting engine.
56.) Do not use open flames when checking electrolyte level in storage batteries, liquid level in fuel tanks, or
the condition of LPG fuel lines and connectors.
57.) Do not lift personnel with the forklift. If the forklift must be used to lift people, precautions for the protection of the personnel must be taken (see ITSDF B56.6, chapter 5.15 Elevating Personnel).
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS (cont.)
D.) SUSPENDED LOADS
A jib or truss boom should ONLY be used to lift and place loads when the machine is stationary and the frame
is level. Transporting suspended loads must ALWAYS be done slowly and cautiously, with the boom and load
as low as possible. Use taglines to restrict loads from swinging, to avoid overturn.
The handling of suspended loads by means of a truss boom or other similar device can introduce dynamic
forces affecting the stability of the machine that are not considered in the stability criteria of industry test
standards. Grades and sudden starts, stops and turns can cause the load to swing and create a hazard.
Guidelines for “Free Rigging / Suspended Loads”
1.
DO NOT exceed the rated capacity of the telescopic handler as equipped for handling suspended
loads. The weight of the rigging must be included as part of the load.
2.
During transport, DO NOT raise the load more than 12 inches (305 mm) above the ground, or raise
the boom more than 45 degrees.
3.
Only lift the load vertically – NEVER drag it horizontally.
4.
Use multiple pickup points on the load when possible. Use taglines to restrain the load from swinging
and rotating.
5.
Start, travel, turn and stop SLOWLY to prevent the load from swinging. DO NOT exceed walking
speed.
6.
Inspect rigging before use. Rigging must be in good condition and in the U.S. comply with OSHA
regulation §1910.184, “Slings,” or §1926.251, “Rigging equipment for material handling.”
7.
Rigging equipment attached to the forks must be secured such that it cannot move either sideways or
fore and aft. The load center must not exceed 24 inches (610 mm).
8.
DO NOT lift the load with anyone on the load, rigging or lift equipment, and NEVER lift the load over
personnel.
9.
Beware of the wind, which can cause suspended loads to swing, even with taglines.
10.
DO NOT attempt to use frame-leveling to compensate for load swing.
WARNING
U.S. OSHA regulations effective November 8, 2010 (29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart CC - Cranes and Derricks in
Construction) include requirements for employers that use powered industrial trucks ("forklifts") configured
to hoist (by means of a winch or hook) and move suspended loads horizontally. In particular, this regulation
applies to any rough-terrain forklift (e.g., "telescopic handler") equipped with a jib or truss boom with a
hook (with or without a winch), or a hook assembly attached to the forks. [Note: This regulation is in
addition to the OSHA regulation that requires specific forklift operator training: §1910.178(l).]
When a forklift / telescopic handler is configured and used for hoisting, the employer must ensure that:
1.
Forklift, lift equipment and rigging have been inspected (each shift, month and year) and are in
good, safe condition and properly installed.
2.
An operator's manual and applicable load charts are on the forklift.
3.
Work zone ground conditions can support the equipment and load. Any hazardous conditions in the
work area have been identified, and the operator notified.
4.
Equipment is being used within its rated capacity and in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
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5.
Operator and crew members have been trained in the safe use and operation of the equipment,
including how to avoid electrocution.
6.
During use, no part of the equipment, load line or load will be within the minimum clearance
distance specified by OSHA [10 feet (3.0 m), and more for lines rated over 50 kV] of any energized
power line, and any taglines used are non-conductive.
7.
In addition, for lift equipment with a rated capacity greater than 2000 lbs. (907 kg), the employer
must ensure that:
a.) An accessible fire extinguisher is on the forklift;
b.) Monthly and annual inspections are performed and documented, and records retained (three
months for monthly, one year for annual);
c.) Before November 10, 2014, operators must have had the additional training and qualification /
certification required by OSHA regulations §1926.1427 and §1926.1430.
Note: Refer to the full text of the OSHA crane regulation (29 CFR Part 1926, Subpart CC) for a detailed
description
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ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS (cont.)
CONCLUSION:
1.) ATTEND OPERATOR TRAINING CLASSES
The forklift operator must clearly understand all instructions concerning the safe operation of the forklift and all
safety rules and regulations of the work site. They must have successfully completed a training coarse in
accordance with the Powered Industrial Truck Standard (29 CFR 1910.178) as described by the Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). They must be qualified as to their visual, hearing, physical, and
mental ability to operate the equipment safely. NEVER use drugs or alcohol while operating a forklift! NEVER
operate or allow anyone to operate a forklift when mental alertness or coordination is impaired! An operator
on prescription or over-the-counter drugs must consult a medical professional regarding any side effects of the
medication that may impair their ability to safely operate the forklift.
2.) CREATE A MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
OSHA recommends a maintenance log, listing repairs requested and completed, for each forklift. Also, “lock
out tag procedures” should be utilized. If the forklift malfunctions; park it safely, remove the key, tag “Do Not
Use”, and report the problem to the proper authority or authorized service personnel immediately.
ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT TRUCK GENERAL SAFETY STANDARDS (cont.)
2.) CREATE A MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (cont.)
For the best forklift performance and operation, a maintenance program is required. Use the hour meter on
the instrument panel to keep maintenance properly scheduled (see SECTION TWO - “Servicing Schedule”).
For repairs on major components (engine, transmission, etc.), contact your nearest dealer for a Repair Manual.
Do not operate a forklift that is damaged or does not function properly. Only authorized personnel may make
repairs or adjustments to the lift truck. After repairs, the lift truck must be tested for safe operation before
returning to service.
3.) FORKLIFT KNOWLEDGE
Forklift trucks can cause serious injury if improperly used or maintained. Study all of the manuals provided for
your forklift model. Learn the locations and meanings of all safety decals. If any decals are illegible or missing, have them replaced immediately. Make sure all safety features provided by the original manufacturer are
in place and function properly. Do not operate a forklift with damaged, missing or unsafe components. Have
it repaired by authorized service personnel. Learn the functions of all controls, gauges, indicator lights, etc. on
the forklift. Know the speed/gear ranges, braking and steering capabilities, load ratings and clearances. When
referring to the location of forklift components, the terms “left”, “right”, “front”, and “rear” are related to the operator seated normally, facing forward in the operator’s seat. If you have any questions about the forklift, consult your supervisor. Failure to fully understand or obey safety warnings can result in serious injury or death!
4.) WORK SITE KNOWLEDGE
Before operating on a work site, learn the rules for movement of people, forklifts and all other traffic. Check
the size, weight, and condition of the loads you will be expected to handle. Verify that they are properly
secured and safe to transport. Learn where the loads are to be placed, planning your route for a safe
approach, watching for hazardous conditions. Will a signal man be required to help place the load? Remove
any debris which may cause tire damage or rupture. Plan your route around problem areas or have them corrected. Inform the supervisor of any unsafe conditions observed at the site. Examples of hazards: power
lines, cables, low clearance structures, garage doors, telephone pole guide lines, fencing, loose lumber, building materials, drop-offs, trenches, rough/soft spots, oil spills, deep mud, steep inclines, railroad tracks, curbs,
etc.. NEVER approach power lines, gas lines or other utilities with the forklift! Always verify that local,
state/provincial and federal regulations have been met. Report any accidents involving personnel, building
structures, and equipment to the supervisor immediately. Always remain alert - conditions are constantly
changing at the work site!
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
All data provided in this manual is subject to production changes, addition of new models, and improved product designs. If a question arises regarding your forklift, please consult your dealer or K-D Manitou, Inc. for the
latest information. When ordering service parts or requesting technical information, be prepared to quote the
applicable Model/Serial Numbers.
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SAFETY MESSAGES
NOTE THE SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL (SHOWN BELOW). IT IDENTIFIES POTENTIAL
HAZARDS WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH! Also, observe
the safety messages places throughout this manual; providing special instructions, telling you when to take precautions
and to identify potential hazards. The safety messages are highlighted and outlined in a box similar to those shown in the
examples below.
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
NOTE or NOTICE
Provides information, special instructions or references about the lift truck.
IMPORTANT
Precautions which must be taken to avoid damage to the lift truck.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. May also alert unsafe practices.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in death or
serious injury!
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Diesel Engine Exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
WARNING: Battery posts, terminals and related accesories and related accessories
contain lead and lead compounds. Wash hands after handling.
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SAFETY DECALS
The purpose of this chapter is to introduce you to the safety messages, decals, and nameplates found on
your forklift truck. The decals are identified by name, part number, location, and a brief description. (The
forklift model logos, and other misc. decals not shown, can be found in your forklift parts manual.) The
decals illustrated may not be exactly the same as those installed on your forklift; installation of the decals
varies depending on the forklift model, series, decal updates, etc.. The size and location of some decals
limit the amount of information that can be placed upon it. For this reason, additional detailed information
not found on the decals is provided through-out this manual.
Every decal placed on the lift truck is important; they are constant reminders of safety and instructions that
should never be taken for granted. Even experienced operators can be seriously injured or killed by ignoring, refusing to enforce, or forgetting to follow safe operating procedures! Do not assume you know all safety issues concerning the decals. Before operating the lift truck; learn the meaning(s) of the decals as
described in this manual. If any decal becomes illegible or missing, have it replaced immediately! Always
replace decals using the same decal part no., unless otherwise specified by the manufacturer. For replacement decals not found in your parts manual, contact your nearest dealer. If you have any questions, contact
your supervisor or nearest dealer for advice before operating your forklift!
801011
Before Starting - 801011
(Boom equipped models). Location: on the brake fluid cover panel (to
the left and below the dash panel).
Safety Instructions - 420792
(Mast equipped models). Location: on or near the operator manual
storage case, and/or on the dash panel.
Instructions for the forklift operator; before operating the forklift.
Use of Seat Belt - 801012
(Boom equipped models). Location: to the right of the
operator, near the hydraulic control lever.
Instructs the operator to always wear the seat belt during
operations, and never jump from an over-turning forklift.
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SAFETY DECALS
Emergency and Parking Brake - 801010
Location: near the park brake lever.
Identifies the Emergency/Parking Brake Lever.
Alarm Must Sound - 496162
Location: on the dash, in direct view of the operator.
The backup alarm must sound when the forklift is placed in reverse gear.
No Riders - 420732
Location: on the cab entrance(s), and on or near wheel fenders and engine
cover.
Informs: riders are not allowed on the forklift.
Clear of Raised Boom - 801006
(Boom equipped models). Location: on both sides
of the boom nose.
Keep away from unsupported boom.
Clear of Power Lines - 801007
(Boom equipped models). Location: on both sides
of the boom nose.
Keep away from power lines.
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SAFETY DECALS
Use of Frame Leveling - 801013
(Boom equipped models). Location: to the right of
the operator near the hydraulic control lever.
Frame leveling notice; load must be lowered.
Attachment and Boom Safety - 801009
(Boom equipped models). Location: on both sides of the
boom nose.
Important reminders of attachment and boom safety.
Hydraulic Coupling - 234805
Location: near the quick-disconnect adapters.
Stop the engine and release hydraulic pressure before changing
attachments.
Rotating Fan and Belt(s) - 801008
Location: on the radiator near the fan, and on any fan belt/pulley cover(s).
Keep hands and clothing away from rotating fan and belts.
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SAFETY DECALS
Gear Shift Pattern - 33460
(4-speed transmission models). Location: near the gear shift lever.
Identifies the gear shift pattern of the forklift transmission.
Steering Mode - 184276
(4 wheel steer equipped models). Location: near the steering mode selection lever.
Identifies the steering mode selection.
221322
Mineral Oil (Brake Reservoir) - 221322 or 234800 has
been replaced by 164091.
Location: near the brake fluid reservoir where applicable.
Refer to the Operator/Service Manual for the correct brake fluid
(mineral oil) to be used in the brake system.
234800
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Hydraulic Oil - 234798 or 76573
Location: on the hydraulic tank or filler cap.
Identifies the hydraulic reservoir (tank) or filler cap.
Hydraulic Oil - 61024
Location: on the hydraulic tank.
Identifies the hydraulic reservoir (tank).
Anti-Freeze - 234799
Location: on the radiator, near the radiator filler cap.
Indicates required minimum to maximum anti-freeze protection (-220F to -400F).
Diesel Fuel - 161101
Location: on the fuel tank, near the filler cap.
Identifies the fuel tank, and use of diesel fuel.
No Step - 496735
Location: varies, depending on the forklift model.
Instructs personnel not to use the designated area as a step.
Do Not Tow - 494918
(Hydrostatic equipped models). Location: on the
dash, in view of the operator.
Towing the forklift will damage the transmission;
refer to the operator’s manual.
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Attachment Warning - 421016
(Boom equipped models). Location: on the boom coupler,
near where the retaining shaft is installed.
Reminder to operator; install attachment retaining shaft and
safety pin before operations.
Hook Here - 24653
Location: at points provided on the forklift, where straps or chains may be attached to
secure the forklift to a trailer during transport.
Fork Safety - 426641
(Mast equipped models). Location: on the front and back side of the mast’s outer rails,
at eye level (4 required).
Instructs personnel not to travel beneath or upon the lift truck forks.
Pinch Point, Large, 2.5 x 4.5 in. - 426643
Pinch Point, Small, 1.5 x 2.75 in. - 426642
(Mast equipped models). Location: on the front and rear sides
of the mast cross bracing.
Keep fingers away from the mast
crossbracing.
HAND THROTTLE DANGER - 804784
(Boom equipped models, option). Location: Near the hand throttle mechanism.
Reminder to operator; set parking brake before operating hand throttle.
Disengage hand throttle before leaving the forklift.
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Acid in Battery - 801014
Location: in or near the battery
storage compartment.
Addresses battery hazards.
Jump Start Battery - 801015
Location: in or near the battery storage
compartment.
Jump start instructions.
Attachment Plate - 425995
Location: on the optional removeable forklift attachment.
Important manufacturer information about the attachment. Record this information for use
when contacting the maufacturer for parts and service.
Overhead Guard Data Plate - B6109
Location: attached to the overhead guard.
Overhead guard conformity.
496550
Forklift Data Plate - 496550
(Boom equipped models)
Forklift Data Plate - 496538
(Mast equipped models)
Location: within the operator’s compartment.
Important forklift truck identification. Record
this information for use when contacting the
manufacturer for parts and service.
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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S
1 - INSTRUCTIONS
- ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS AND TOOLS
- USER INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE LIFT TRUCK OPERATOR
- Warnings
- General instructions
- Driving instructions
- Handling instructions
- Load Handling
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- LIFT TRUCK MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
- BEFORE STARTING UP A NEW LIFT TRUCK
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2 - DESCRIPTION
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SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS
LOAD CHART
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROL
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3 - MAINTENANCE
- FILTERING ELEMENTS AND BELTS
- LUBRICANTS
- MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
A - Daily or every 10 hours service
B - Every 50 hours service
C - Every 250 hours service
D - Every 500 hours service or yearly
E - Every 1000 hours service or yearly
F - Every 2000 hours service or yearly
G - Occasional or annual maintenance
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4 - ELECTRICAL AND HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
- ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
- Electrical system key
- Wiring diagram Tables
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- HYDRAULIC UNIT
- Hydraulic movements
- Hydraulic steering and brakes
- Hydraulic transmission
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5 - PICKING UP THE ATTACHMENTS
- INTRODUCTION
- GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE OF A LIFT-TRUCK
- ACCESSORY WITHOUT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND MANUAL LOCKING
- ACCESSORY WITHOUT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND HYDRAULIC LOCKING (OPTIONAL)
- ACCESSORY WITH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND MANUAL LOCKING (OPTIONAL)
- ACCESSORY WITH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND HYDRAULIC LOCKING (OPTIONAL)
- USING THE ITA TYPE FORK-HOLDER
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INTRODUCTION
Our telescopic fork-lift trucks are designed with the sole aim of offering
the operator extremely simple operation and the mechanic the easiest
possible maintenance.
However, before putting the truck into operation for the first time, the
operator must read this manual and make sure he understands the
various topics it covers; it has been drawn up to help to solve any
operating and maintenance problem. Following these instructions, the
operator will be able to make full use of his telescopic fork-lift truck’s
potential.
“Right”, “left”, “forward” and “back” are as seen by someone in the
truck driver’s seat, looking forward.
When ordering spare parts or for all information of a technical nature,
users are requested always to specify :
Constructor’s nameplate (FIG. 1)
- Model ______________________________________
- Series ______________________________________
- Serial N° ____________________________________
- Chassis N° __________________________________
- Year of manufacture ____________________________
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On the engine (FIG. 2)
- The engine number ____________________
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On hydrostatic drive (FIG. 3)
- MANITOU reference N° ________________________
- Serial N° ____________________________________
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On front and rear axle (FIG. 4)
- Axle type and model ____________________________
- Serial N° of front axle ___________________________
- Serial N° of rear axle ___________________________
1 - Axle type and model
2 - Serial N°
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On cab (FIG. 5)
Cab No. ________________________________
To allow you to indicate these numbers with greater ease, you are
advised to make a note of them immediately in the spaces above.
Since the MANITOU policy is to aim for constant improvement of our
products, our range of telescopic fork-lift trucks may be subject to
some modifications without any obligation on us to inform our clientele.
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ORIGINAL REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS
ALL MAINTENANCE ON OUR LIFT TRUCKS MUST BE CARRIED
OUT USING ORIGINAL PARTS.
BY ALLOWING NON-ORIGINAL PARTS TO BE USED, YOU RUN
THE RISK :
- Legally, of being liable in the event of an accident.
- Technically, of causing breakdowns to occur or of reducing your lift
truck's service life.
Using counterfeit parts or components not approved by the manufacturer may put an end to contract warranty terms and lead the maker to
withdraw the lift truck's certificate of compliance.
BY USING ORIGINAL PARTS DURING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS, YOU ARE LEGALLY COVERING YOURSELF.
- Any user who procures parts from another quarter does so at his own
risk.
- Any user who modifies his lift truck or has it modified by a service company, must consider that a new item of equipment has been brought
onto themarket and therefore takes liability for it.
- Any user who copies original parts or has them copied is taking a risk
from the legal viewpoint.
- The certificate of compliance only bindsthe maker for parts chosen or
produced under the maker's control.
- The practicalities of maintenance terms are set out by the maker. The
maker is in no way liable in the event of the user not complying with
such terms.
THE MANUFACTURER BRINGS TO THE USER :
- His know-how and skill.
- Guaranteed quality work.
- Original replacement parts.
- Help with preventive maintenance.
- Effective help with diagnosing faults.
- Enhancements gained from feedback.
- Training for operating staff.
- Only the manufacturer knows thedetails of the lift truck design and
therefore has the best technological capa bility to carry out maintenance.
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DRIVER’S OPERATING INSTRUCTION
WARNINGS
WHENEVER YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL IT MEANS :
WARNING! BE CAREFUL! YOUR SAFETY OR THE SAFETY
OF THE LIFT TRUCK IS AT RISK.
- Most accidents connected with the use, maintenance and repair of the
lift truck are due to non application of the basic safety instructions. By
being aware of the risks to which you are exposed and by taking the
necessary preventive measures, you should be able to avoid accidents
occurring.
- Any operation or manoeuvre not described in the instructions is prohibited, however, any person who does use another method must
first ensure that he is not putting himself, another person or the lift
truck in danger.
- The manufacturer is not able to anticipate all possible risk situations.
Therefore the safety instructions and notices given in the user manual and on the lift truck are not exhaustive.
Any bending of the rules in safety notices or the user, maintenance or
repair instructions for your lift truck may result in serious, or even fatal,
accidents.
We would remind users of the risks in driving at excessive speed with
regard to traffic conditions, particularly:
- Risk of loss of control on a poor-quality track.
- Increased stopping distance.
The user must remain in full control of his lift truck and should :
- Adapt his speed to each situation in order to be maintain his own
safety, that of others and of his equipment.
- Always be aware of his stopping distance.
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On the basis of experience, there are a number of possible situations
in which operating the lift truck is contra-indicated. Such foreseeable
abnormal uses, the main ones being listed below, are strictly forbidden.
- The foreseeable abnormal behaviour resulting from ordinary neglect,
but does not result from any wish to put the machinery to any
improper use.
- The reflex reactions of a person in the event of a malfunction, incident, fault, etc. during operation of the lift truck.
- Behaviour resulting from application of the "principle of least action"
when performing a task.
- For certain machines, the foreseeable behaviour of such persons as :
apprentices, teenagers, handicapped persons and trainees tempted
to drive a lift truck. Truck drivers tempted to operate a truck to win a
bet, in competition or for their own personal experience.
The person in charge of the equipment must take these criteria into
account when assessing whether or not a person will make a suitable
driver.
- Get to know the telescopic fork lift truck on the terrain where it is to
be used.
- Transport the load with the boom lowered and fully retracted.
- Position the forks at right-angles to the load to be lifted.
- Drive the truck at a speed appropriate to conditions and the state of
the ground.
- Never go too fast or brake sharply with a load.
- When picking up a load, check that the ground is as even as possible.
- Never attempt to carry out operations which exceed the lift truck’s
capabilities.
- Never raise a load in excess of the lift truck’s capacity and never
increase the size of the ballast.
- Drive around obstacles.
- Take care over electrical wires, trenches and recently-excavated or
filled ground.
- Never leave the engine running unattended.
- Use the parking brake when depositing difficult loads or on sloping
ground.
- Never leave the truck parked with a raised load.
- Never authorise anyone to approach or pass below a load.
- Always think of safety and only transport well balanced loads.
- Never lift a load using one fork only.
- Drive with care and with reflexes alert.
- When the lift truck is not in use, lower the forks to the ground and
engage the parking brake.
- Never leave the ignition key in the truck unattended.
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- Never leave the truck loaded on a gradient of over 15% even with the
parking brake engaged.
- When lifting a load, take care that nothing and no-one interferes with
the movement and adopt proper handling procedures only.
- Comply with the data provided in the load diagrams.
- Never transport another person on the lift truck.
With every change of equipment, to avoid damaging
the hydraulic pipe unions :
- stop the I.C. engine
- turn key to position I
- release pressure from the circuit using the joystick
- Always check these pipe unions to ensure they are clean.
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
A - DRIVER’S OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
- Read the operator's manual carefully, making sure you understand it.
- The operator’s manual must always be kept in the lift truck, in the
place provided and in the language understood by the operator.
- Respect the safety notices and instructions given on the lift truck.
- It is compulsory to replace all plates or stickers which are no longer
legible or which have become worn or damaged.
B - AUTHORISATION TO OPERATE
(Or refer to the legislation for each particular country)
- Only qualified personnel may use the lift truck. Its use is subject to
authorisation to operate being given by the appropriate manager in the
user establishment.
- The user should always carry this authorisation to operate with him
while he is using the lift truck.
- The driver is not competent to authori se the driving of the lift truck by
another person.
- In addition, the vehicle should be used in accordance with good practice for the profession.
C - MAINTENANCE
- The user must immediately advise his superior if his lift truck is not in
good working order or does not comply with the safety notice.
- The operator is prohibited from carrying out any repairs or adjustments
himself, unless he has been trained for this purpose. He must keep the
lift truck properly cleaned if this is among his responsibilities.
- Carry out daily maintenance (See chapter : A - DAILY OR EVERY 10
HOURS SERVICE in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE).
- Ensure tyres are adapted to the nature of the ground (See area of the
contact surface of the tyres in the chapter : CHARACTERISTICS in
paragraph : 2 - DESCRIPTION).
THERE ARE :
. SAND tyres.
. LAND tyres.
. Snow chains.
There are optional solutions, consult your agent or dealer.
Do not use a worn or damaged tyre.
The fitting of foam inflated tyres is prohibited
and is not guaranteed by the manufacturer,
excepting prior authorisation.
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- For your own and other people's safety, it is forbidden to modify the
structure and settings of the various components of your lift truck yourself (Hydraulic pressure, relief valve calibration, I.C. engine running
speed, addition of extra equipment etc.). The same holds with regard
to any suppression or modification of the safety systems, in which case
the maker would no longer be liable.
Regular inspection of your lift truck is mandatory if it is to be kept in
conforming condition. The frequency of such checks are defined by the
current legislation of the country in which the lift truck is being operated.
Maintenance or repairs other than those detailed in part : 3 - (MAINTENANCE) must be carried out by qualified personnel (Consult your
agent or dealer) and under the necessary safety conditions to maintain
the health of the operator and any third party.
D - ENVIRONMENT
- A lift truck operating in an area without fire extinguishing equipment
must be equipped with an individual extinguisher. There are optional
solutions, consult your agent or dealer.
- Take into account climatic and atmospheric conditions of the site of
utilisation.
For operation under average climatic conditions, i.e. : between 5 °F
and + 95 °F, correct levels of lubricants in all the circuits are checked
in production. For operation under more severe climatic conditions,
before starting up, it is necessary to drain all the circuits, then ensure
correct levels of lubricants using lubricants properly suited to the relevant ambient temperatures. It is the same for the cooling liquid (For
more information, contact your agent or dealer).
. Protection against frost (See chapter : LUBRICANTS AND
FUEL in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE).
. Adaptation of lubricants (Ask your dealer for information).
. Engine filtration.
. Lighting (Working headlight).
Optional solutions exist, consult your dealer.
Use of a lift truck is prohibited in protected areas (e.g. refinery, explosive atmosphere). For use in these areas,specific equipment is available as an option. Consult your dealer.
IF NECESSARY, CONSULT YOUR DEALER.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
A - DRIVER’S OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
- Wear clothes suited for driving the lift truck, avoid loose clothes.
- Never operate the vehicle when hands or feet are wet or soiled with
greasy substances.
- For increased comfort, adjust the driver’s seat to your requirements
and adopt the correct position in the driver’s cab.
- The operator must always be in his normal position in the driver’s cab.
It is prohibited to have arms or legs, or generally any part of the body,
protruding from the driver’s cab of the lift truck.
- Always remember to fasten your seat belt and adjust it to your requirements.
- The control units must never in any event be used for any other than
their intended purposes (e.g. climbing onto or down from the lift truck,
portmanteau, etc.).
- If the control components are fitted with a forced operation (lever lock)
device, it is forbidden to leave the cab without first putting these controls in neutral.
- Never allow a passenger to travel on the lift truck in the driver’s cab.
B - BEFORE STARTING THE LIFT TRUCK
- If the lift truck is new, refer to chapter : BEFORE STARTING UP A NEW
LIFT TRUCK in paragraph : 1 - OPERATING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
- Check the condition of the tyres and the tyre pressures (See chapter :
CHARACTERISTICS in paragraph : 2 - DESCRIPTION).
- Before starting the lift truck, check the different levels :
. Engine oil.
. Hydraulic reservoir oil.
. Transmission oil.
. Cooling liquid.
. Brakes fluid.
- Also check for possible leakage of any oil, brake fluid, fuel or liquid from the
lift truck.
- Check the closing and locking of the hood.
- Whatever his experience as a truck driver is, the operator is advised to
familiarize himself with the position and operation of all the controls
and instruments before operating the lift truck.
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C - STARTING THE LIFT TRUCK
SAFETY NOTICE
The lift truck must only be started up or manoeuvred when the operator is sitting in the driver’s cab, with his seat belt adjusted and fastened.
- Never try to start the lift truck by pushing or towing it.
This movement could seriously damage the transmission. If it is necessary to tow the lift truck, relieve the hydrostatic transmission (See
chapter: H – OCCASIONAL MAINTENANCE under section: 3 - MAINTENANCE).
INSTRUCTIONS
- Make sure that the forward/reverse lever is in neutral.
- Turn the ignition key to the position I to activate the electrical system.
- Check the level on the fuel level gauge.
- Turn the ignition key to position II to preheat for 15 seconds (If the
environmental conditions require it).
Do not engage the starter motor for more than 15 seconds and carry
out the preheating for 10 seconds between unsuccessful attempts.
- Press the accelerator pedal and turn the ignition key fully : the I.C.
engine should then start. Release the ignition key and let the I.C.
engine run at idle.
- Before operating in very cold environment wait for the I.C. engine and
hydraulic systems to heat up adequately.
- Check all control instruments immediately after starting up, when the
I.C. engine is warm and at regular intervals during use, so as to
quickly detect any faults and to be able to correct them without any
delay.
- If an instrument does not show the correct display, stop the I.C.
engine and immediately carry out the necessary operations.
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D - DRIVING THE LIFT TRUCK
SAFETY NOTICE
- Always drive the lift truck with the forks or attachment at approximately 12 in. from the ground, i.e. In the transport position.
- Familiarise yourself with the lift truck on the terrain where it will be
used.
- Ensure that the service brakes and the sound alarm are working
properly.
- Drive according to, and at an appropriate speed for, the conditions
and state of the terrain.
- Slow down before executing a turn.
- In all circumstances make sure you are in control of your speed.
- On damp, slippery or uneven terrain, drive slowly.
- Brake gently, never abruptly.
- Only use the lift truck’s forward/reverse lever from a stationary position and never do so abruptly.
- Always remember that hydraulic type steering is extremely sensitive
to movement of the steering wheel, so turn it gently and not jerkily.
- Never leave the I.C. engine on when the lift truck is unattended.
- Look in the direction you are travelling and always keep clear visibility
of the road. Use the left and right rear view mirrors frequently and
ensure that they are kept in good condition, are clean and correctly
adjusted.
- Never use the truck in places poorly lighted.
- When working at night, ensure that your lift truck is fitted with full
beam lights. There are optional solutions, consult your agent or dealer.
- Drive round obstacles.
- Never move onto a loading platform without having first checked :
. That it is suitably positioned and madefast.
. That the unit to which it is connected (Wagon, lorry, etc.) will
not shift.
. That this platform is prescribed for the total weight of the lift
truck to be loaded.
. That this platform is prescribed for the width of the lift truck.
- Never move onto a foot bridge, floor or freight lift, without being certain
that they are prescribed for the weight and size of the lift truck to be
loaded and without having checked that they are in sound working
order.
Take extreme care with loading platforms, trenches, scaffolding,
recently dug and/or backfilled ground.
- The loaded lift truck must not travel at speeds in excess of 6 mph.
MOVEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
- Check the transmission oil level.
- Raise the forks or attachment to the transport position approximately
12 in. from the ground.
- Select the required steering mode.
- Shift the forward/reverse lever to the selected direction of travel.
- Release the parking brake and accelerate gradually until the lift truck
moves off.
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E - STOPPING THE LIFT TRUCK
SAFETY NOTICE
- Before stopping the lift truck after a long working period, leave the I.C.
engine idling for a few moments, to allow the coolant liquid and oil to
lower the temperature of the I.C. engine and transmission.
This precaution must be strictly observed if the I.C. engine frequently
stops.
- Never leave the ignition key in the lift truck when the lift truck is unattended.
- When the lift truck is stationary, place the forks or attachment on the
ground, place the gear lever in neutral, apply the parking brake and
put the forward / reverse lever in neutral.
- If the driver has to leave his cab, even for a moment, it is essential to
place the gear lever in neutral, apply the parking brake and put the
forward/reverse lever in neutral.
- Make sure that the lift truck is not stopped in any position that will
interfere with the traffic flow and at less than one metre from the track
of a railway.
- In the event of prolonged parking on a site, protect the lift truck from
bad weather, particularly from frost (Check the level of antifreeze),
close the rear window, lock the cab door and ensure that the hood is
properly secured.
STOP INSTRUCTIONS
- Park the lift truck on flat ground or on an incline lower than 15 %.
- Place the forward/reverse lever in neutral.
- Apply the parking brake.
- Completely retract the boom.
- Lower the forks or attachment to rest on the ground.
- Stop the I.C. engine.
- Remove the ignition key.
- Check the closing and locking of door, rear window and hood.
Before leaving your driver's cabin, ensure that you have carried out all
operations for stopping the lift truck, for your safety and the safety of
others.
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F - DRIVING THE LIFT TRUCK ON THE PUBLIC HIGHWAY
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
- Lift truck drivers, driving on the public highway, must abide by the
general provisions relative to highway traffic.
- The lift truck must conform to the provisions of the Highway Code. If
necessary, optional solutions exist, consult your dealer.
Transport of loads on the public highway is forbidden and attachments
mounted on the lift truck must be fitted with equipment in accordance
with regulations or else dismounted.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR DRIVING ON ROADS
- Ensure that the flashing light is installed and is in perfect working
order.
- Dipped headlights working also during hours and on roads where it is
not obligatory to use visual and lighting indicator devices.
- Check the headlights, turn indicators and windscreen wipers to
ensure they are clean and in perfect working condition.
- Check the position of the rear-view mirrors.
- Check wheel alignment and select the steering mode: TRAVELLING
ON ROADS.
- Position the rear axle steering mechanical block.
- Ensure that the fuel level is sufficient.
- Ensure that the truck is fitted with all the accessories required for
traveling on roads (depending on the model and country).
- Keep the boom retracted and the attachment about 12 in. above
ground level.
- Cut out the operating system control by means of the red button.
- The vehicle can only circulate without load.
- The vehicle must not be used for transporting the company personnel.
While on the road, do not put the reverse gear in neutral to maintain lift
truck exhaust brake.
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G - DRIVING THE LIFT TRUCK WITH TRAILER ON ROADS
- To use a trailer, observe the regulations applicable in the country of
use (maximum permitted speed, braking system, maximum trailer
weight, etc.).
- Remember to connect the electrical system of the lift truck to that of
the trailer.
- Do not use a trailer if the unit weight of the load is greater than that
specified by Highway Code.
- Do not use a braked trailer if the lift truck does not have a trailer
braking system.
- Remember to connect the lift truck braking system to that of the trailer.
- The total permitted weight for transport must not exceed the maximum permitted by the manufacturer (See the lift truck manufacturer’s
identification plate).
H - OPERATING THE LIFT TRUCK WITH A FRONT-END ATTACHMENT ON A PUBLIC HIGHWAY
- For driving with an attachment, check the regulations currently
applicable in your country.
- The attachment must not exceed the overall width of the lift truck.
- Do not mask the lighting range of the front headlamps.
- Set the attachments shields in place
- If necessary, fit the block spacer on the lifting and slewing cylinder.
- Front dimensions of equipment indicated on all three sides with 10
cm wide alternate white and red reflecting stripes, slanting 45°
(Follow the specific instructions for each type of equipment).
IF NECESSARY, CONSULT YOUR DEALER.
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HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS
A - GENERAL
- Ensure the correct functioning of your lift truck’s attachments.
- Do not attempt to carry out operations which exceed the capacities of
your lift truck or attachments.
- It is prohibited to increase thecounterweight value in any way.
- It is strictly prohibited to carry or to lift up persons using the lift truck,
unless the vehicle is specially equipped for this purpose and has the
corresponding certificate of conformance for lifting people.
- Avoid travelling for a long distance in reverse.
- When lifting or lowering the boom ensure the control lever is moved
slowly and smoothly (whether operating with or without a load).
B - ATTACHMENTS
- Ensure that the attachment is correctly fitted and locked to its frame.
- Conform to the limits on the load chart for the attachment.
- Verificare che i pallet, le casse, ecc., siano in buono stato e adeguate
al carico da sollevare.
- Position the forks perpendicular to the load to be lifted, taking account
of the load’s centre of gravity.
- Never lift a load with a single fork.
- Never lift a sling load with a single fork or with the carriage. Optional
solutions exist, consult your dealer.
- If not utilise, place the attachment in horizontal on the ground (For
unstable attachments, ensure they are secured using wedges).
- Ensure that rapid hydraulic connections on the attachment system are
clean and protected.
- Carry out the following procedure before changing hydraulic attachments to prevent damage to the quick release couplings :
- stop the I.C. engine
- turn key to position I
- release pressure from the circuit using the joystick
C - ENVIRONMENT
- Verify that the lighting in suitable.
- Ensure that no person or objet is in the vicinity before raising the load.
Don’t make any incorrect manoeuvres.
- In the case of work near aerial lines, ensure that the safety distance is
sufficient between the working area of the lift truck and the aerial line.
You must consult your local electrical agency.
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You could be electrocuted or seriously injured if you operate or park
the lift truck too close to power cables. You are strongly advised to
ensure that the safety rules on the site conform to the local regulations
in force regarding all types of work carried out close to power cables.
- Do not allow anybody to come near the working area of the lift truck or
pass beneath an elevated load.
- When using the lift truck on a slope, before raising the jib, ensure that
the ground is horizontal.
- Travelling on a longitudinal slope :
• Drive and brake gently.
• Moving without load : Forks or attachment facing downhill.
• Moving with load : Forks or attachment facing uphill.
- Ensure that scaffolding, loading platform or pile are capable of bearing
the weight.
- Ensure the stability and solidity of the ground before depositing a load.
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D - HANDLING
- Always consider safety and only transport balanced and correctly
secured loads to avoid any risk of tipping.
- Fully engage forks under the load and move it in the transport position
(The forks 12 in. from the ground, the jib retracted to the maximum
and the carriage sloping backwards).
- For obvious reasons regarding the lift truck’s stability and clear visibility of the surrounding environment, only move the lift truck when the jib
is in the transport position.
- Do not manoeuvre the lift truck with the jib in the raised position unless
under exceptional circumstances and then with extreme caution, at
very low speed and using gentle braking. Ensure that visibility is adequate and get another person to guide you along if necessary.
-
Never shift the position of the load while the lift truck is in motion.
Never drive too fast or brake abruptly when carrying a load.
During handling, drive at low speed.
Check the load, particularly when turning corners and especially if it is
very bulky.
- Secure unstable loads.
- Handle loads with caution, at slow speed, without sudden jerks when
moving them at significant heights and jib extention.
In the event of high winds or storms, do not carry out handling work
that jeopardizes the stability of the lift truck and its load.
- Do not change direction sharply and at high speed.
In the event of the lift truck overturning, do not try to leave the cab.
DO NOT TRY TO JUMP CLEAR STAY IN THE CAB WITH YOUR
SEAT BELT FASTENED.
- Apply the parking brake when lifting or depositing a difficult load or
when on an incline.
- Do not stop the lift truck with the load in an elevated position.
- Do not leave a laden lift truck with the parking brake applied on an
incline which exceeds 15 %.
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E - VISIBILITY
- Constantly keep clear visibility of the road, either direct view (looking
backwards when reversing) or indirect view using the panoramic rear
view mirrors to check for people, animals, holes, obstacles, change of
slope, etc.
- Since visibility can be reduced on the right side when the jib is raised,
ensure clear visibility of the road before raising the jib and before
undertaking any manoeuvres.
- If the visibility in forward motion is not sufficient because of the bulkiness of the load, drive in reverse motion. This manoeuvre must remain
exceptional and for short distances.
- Ensure you have good visibility (Clean windows, adequate lighting,
correctly adjusted rear view mirror, etc.).
- Signalling and lighting on the lift truck must take account of the conditions of use. The standard lighting system may not be sufficient for certain applications or night time road use.
Optional accessories are available.
Consult your agent or dealer.
IF NECESSARY, CONSULT YOUR DEALER.
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LOAD HANDLING
A
A - WEIGHT OF LOAD AND CENTRE OF GRAVITY
24 in.
Carrying a load greater than the rated capacity for the lift truck or for
the attachment is prohibited.
B
- Before taking up a load, you must know its weight and its centre of
gravity.
- The load chart relating to your lift truck is valid for a weight with its centre of gravity 24 in. from the heel of the forks (Fig. A). For a load with
a higher centre of gravity, consult your agent or dealer.
- For irregular loads, determine the centre of gravity in the transverse
direction before handling (Fig. B).
For loads with a moving centre of gravity (e.g. liquids), take account of
the variations in the centre of gravity in order to determine the load to
be handled (Consult your agent or dealer) and be vigilant and take
extra care to limit these variations as far as possible.
C
B - TAKING UP A LOAD ON THE GROUND
- Position the lift truck perpendicular to the load, with the jib retracted
and the forks in a horizontal position (Fig. C).
- Adjust the fork spread and centering in connection with the load (Fig.
D) (Optional solutions exist, consult your dealer).
D
Beware of the risks of trapping or squashing limbs when manually
adjusting the forks. Always maintain an equal distance between the
forks and the centre of the carriage in order to keep
the load completely stable.
E
- Slowly move the life truck forward (1) and stop with the forks in front of
the load (Fig. E), if necessary, slightly lift the jib (2) while taking up the
load.
- Apply the parking brake and place the forward/reverse lever in neutral.
- Slightly lift the load (1), tilt the carriage backwards (2) in the transport
position (Fig. F).
1
2
F
2
Tilt the carriage sufficiently backwards to ensure the load’s stability
when braking whilst maintaining the load balance.
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C - TAKING UP A HIGH LOAD
G
Under no circumstances should you pick up a load if the lift truck is not
in a horizontal position.
- Ensure that the forks will easily pass under the load.
- Position the lift truck perpendicular to the load with the forks in a horizontal position (Fig. G) manoeuvring gently and carefully (See paragraph : E - VISIBILITY in the chapter : HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS for
visibility of the road) .
H
Always think about keeping the distance necessary to fit the forks
under the load, between the pile and the lift truck (Fig. G) and use the
shortest possible length of jib.
I
2
- Stop with the forks in front of the load (Fig. H). Action the parking brake
and place the forward/reverse lever in neutral.
- Slightly lift the load (1) and incline the forks carriage (2) backwards to
stabilize the load (Fig. I).
Tilt the load sufficiently backwards to ensure its stability (loss of load on
braking) without upsetting the balance of the load in so doing.
1
J
1
2
- If possible lower the load without shifting the lift truck. Lift the jib (1) to
release the load, retract (2) and lower the jib (3) to bring the load into
the transport position (Fig. J).
- If this is not possible, back the lift truck up. Manoeuvring very gently and
carefully (See paragraph : E - VISIBILITY in the chapter : HANDLING
INSTRUCTIONS for visibility of the road), back up the lift truck (1) to
release the load, retract (2) and lower the jib (3) to bring the load into the
transport position (Fig. K).
3
K
2
3
1
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D - LAYING A HIGH LOAD
L
Under no circumstances should you lay down a load if the lift truck is
not in a horizontal position.
- Approach the load in the transportposition in front of the pile (Fig. L).
- Lift and extend the jib (1) (2) until the load is above the pile, if necessary move the lift truck forward (3) (Fig. M) manoeuvring very gently
and carefully (See paragraph : E - VISIBILITY in the chapter : HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS for visibility of the road). Apply the parking
brake and place the forward/reverse lever in neutral.
- Place the load in a horizontal position and lay it down on the pile by
lowering and retracting the jib (1) (2) in order to position the load correctly (Fig. N).
- Free the forks by alternately retracting and lifting the jib (3) (Fig. N), or,
if possible, by reversing the lift truck (3) (See paragraph : E - VISIBILITY in the chapter : HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS for visibility of the
road). Then bring the jib into the transport position.
M
2
1
3
N
E - TAKING UP A LOAD WITHOUT PALLET
- Tilt the carriage (1) forwards and extend the jib (2) while simultaneously crowding the carriage backwards to slip the forks under the load
(Fig. O). If necessary, wedge the load.
3
1
2
3
F - LOAD STATUS INDICATOR
- Always watch the load status indicator while handling a load.
O
If the load status indicator alarm is actived, do not carry out the movements said to be "WORSENING", which are the following :
A - Extend the jib.
B - Lower the jib.
2
3
1
If the load status indicator alarm is actived, carry out in all security
movements in the following order (Fig. P) :
1 - Fully retract the jib.
2 - If it’s necessary lift the jib.
3 - Lower the jib in order to lay the load.
P
2
1
3
The reading on the device can be falsified if the steering wheel is fully
turned or if the rear axle has swung to the maximum extent. Before
lifting a load, always make sure the steering wheel is not turned all the
way, and that the rear axle has not completely swung.
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LIFT TRUCK MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
A - GENERAL
- Read the operator's manual carefully and ensure you understand it.
- Stop the I.C. engine, when an intervention is necessary.
- Wear clothes suitable for the maintenance of the lift truck, avoid
wearing jewellery and loose clothes. Tie and protect your hair, if necessary.
- Ensure the area is sufficiently ventilated before starting the lift truck.
Make sure that the disposal of process materials and of spare parts is
carried out in total safety and in a ecological way.
- Carry out all repairs immediately, even if the repairs concerned are
minor.
- Repair all leaks immediately, even if the leak concerned is minor.
- Do not attempt to loosen unions, hoses or any hydraulic component
with the circuit under pressure.
The handling and removal of the balancing valves or safety valves
which may be fitted to the cylinders of your lift truck can be dangerous.
A balancing valve must only be removed when the cylinder concerned
is at rest and the hydraulic circuit is depressurised.
This operation can only be carried out by authorised staff.
- Do not smoke or approach the lift truck with a flame, when the fuel tank
is open or is being filled.
- Take care not to burn yourself (Exhaust, radiator, I.C. engine, etc.).
- Disconnect the negative cable terminal (-) from the top of the battery
before working on the electrical circuit or on the lift truck (e.g. :
Welding).
- Do not drop metallic items on the battery.
- When carrying out electric welding work on the lift truck, connect the
negative cable from the equipment directly to the part being welded,
so as to avoid high tension current passing through the alternator.
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B - MAINTENANCE
- The maintenance and the keeping in compliance of the lift truck are
compulsory.
- Carry out daily maintenance (See chapter : A - DAILY OR EVERY 10
HOURS SERVICE in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE).
- Do not run the I.C. engine without air filter, or with oil, water or fuel
leaks.
Wait for the I. C engine to cool before removing the radiator cap.
- Change the filter cartridges (See servicing schedules in chapter :
FILTERS CARTRIDGES AND BELTS in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE).
C - LEVELS
- Use the recommended lubricants (Never use contaminated lubricants).
- Do not fill the fuel tank when the I.C. engine is running.
- Only fill up the fuel tank in areas specified for this purpose.
D - WASHING
- Clean the lift truck or at least the area concerned before any intervention.
- Remember to close the door and the rear window of the cab.
- During washing, avoid the articulations and electrical components
and connections.
If necessary, protect against penetration of water, steam or cleaning
agents, components susceptible of being damaged, particularly electrical components and connections and the injection pump.
- Clean the lift truck of any fuel, oil or grease trace.
FOR ANY INTERVENTION OTHER THAN REGULAR MAINTENANCE, CONSULT YOUR DEALER.
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BEFORE STARTING UP A NEW LIFT TRUCK
INTRODUCTION
- Our lift trucks have been designed for easy handling by the operator
and maximum ease of maintenance for the mechanic.
- However, before commencing to operate the lift truck, the user
should carefully read and understand the various chapters of this
manual which has been provided to solve driving and maintenance
problems. By following these instructions the user will be able to take
full advantage of the versatility of this lift truck.
- The operator must familiarize himself with the positions and functions
of all the controls and instruments before operating the lift truck.
Do not attempt to start a new lift truck before the following checks have
been carried out :
LUBRICATION
- Check that all the correct grades of oils and greases that are required
are available ; see chapter : SERVICING SCHEDULE in paragraph : 3
- MAINTENANCE and top up if necessary.
For operation under average climatic conditions, i.e. : between 5 °F
and 95 °F, correct levels of lubricants in all the circuits are checked in
production. For operation under more severe climatic conditions, before
starting up, it is necessary to drain all the circuits, then ensure correct
levels of lubricants using lubricants properly suited to the relevant ambient temperatures. It is the same for the cooling liquid (Contact your
dealer for information, if necessary).
DRY AIR FILTER
- Ensure that the air filter is undamaged and not blocked.
- Tighten the fastening devices if necessary.
Never run the I.C. engine with the air filter removed or damaged.
COOLING CIRCUIT
- Always check the cooling liquid level before starting up the lift
truck.
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
- Visually check for leakage or oil sweats from the connections, hoses,
pipes and unions. Tighten or check the defective connections, if necessary.
- Also check the oil level in the tank.
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BRAKING SYSTEM
- Check by a visual examination that there are no leaks or oil oozing in
the hoses, connections and unions. If necessary, tighten or repair the
defective connections.
- Also check the oil level in the tank.
Use only the recommended oil to avoid damaging the brake circuit
(see chapter - LUBRICANTS in section: 3 - MAINTENANCE).
TYRES
- Make sure that the wheel nuts are correctly tightened (See chapter :
A - DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE) and that the tyre pressures are correct (See chapter :
CHARACTERISTICS in paragraph : 2 - DESCRIPTION).
FUEL SYSTEM
- Check that all fuel lines are secured.
- If necessary drain the fuel filter and bleed the fuel system of air.
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
- Check the level and the density of the electrolyte in the battery (See
chapter : B - EVERY 50 HOURS SERVICE in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE).
- Check the components of the electrical system, the connections and
fastening devices.
IF NECESSARY, CONSULT YOUR DEALER.
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S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
ENGINE
- Type
- Cylinders number
- Number of strokes
- Injection system
- Firing order
- Displacement
- Bore
- Stroke
- Volumetric ratio
- Nominal rpm
- Idling rpm
- Power ISO/TR 14396
- Maximum torque 1400 min-1
PERKINS 1104D-44T
4
4
direct
1-3-4-2
4400 cm3
105 mm
127 mm
17,5:1
2200 min-1
800 min-1
101 cv / 74,5 kw
392 Nm
COOLING SYSTEM
- Type
- Suction speed fan
- Number of blades
Water cooled
2300 min-1
- Diameter
7
500 mm
- Thermostat
- Complete open
180° F
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
- Ground
- Battery
- Alternator
- Voltage regulator
- Starting
Negative
12 V - 105 Ah
12 V - 75 Ah
incorporated in the alternator
12 V
BRAKE
- Type
- Service brake
Disc brakes in oil bath
Foot pedal actuated on both
axles.
- Parking brake
Hydraulic actuated on front
axle, negative type.
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TRANSMISSION
- Type
- Type
Performance
Reverser
No. of wheels
Hydrostatic
Pump and variable displacement engine
0/22 mph
Electro-hydraulic
4
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
- Lifting, tilting of telescopic boom and device
- Type of pump
Gear type
- Delivery
80 L/min
- Pressure
235 bars
- Steering circuit
- Type of pump
- Pressure
Load sensig
170 bars
SPÉCIFICATIONS
- Maximum speed
Forward/Reverse - Unload
Avanti/Indietro - Loaded
22 mph
6 mph
The maximum speed may be reduced depending on the laws
which regulate road travel in different countries.
Gradeability best slip condition
Unloaded
Loaded
100 %
68 %
Tire dimensions
Front and rear
400/70-20 14PR
Tire pressures
Front and rear
4,5 bars
Lifting speed (telescopic boom retracted) unloaded :
37 m / min (6,5 sec)
Lowering speed (telescopic boom retracted) unloaded
46,7 m / min (5,14 sec)
Telescopic boom speed
- Unloaded extension
16,1 m / min (8,65 sec)
Telescopic boom speed
- Unloaded retract
28,5 m / min (4,9 sec)
Reverse tilt time unladen
42,8 °/sec (3,15 sec)
Forward tilt time unladen
50,9 °/sec (2,65 sec)
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Fork dimensions
(lenght x width x thickness)
1200 x 125 x 40 mm
External fork spread
1040 mm
Spread by center
24 in.
Rated capacity with std equipment
2800 kg
Weights with std carriage and forks
5600 kg
Axle ground weights with std equipment
Front unloaded
Rear unloaded
2875 kg
2725 kg
Loaded weights with std carriage and forks
8400 kg
Loaded and with telescopic arm retracted (forks at 20 cm up)
Front
7270 kg
Rear
1130 kg
Drawbar pull
Unload
Loaded
Vibrations
Arm accaleration
Body (feet or seated part) acceleration
4440 kg
5700 kg
≤ 2,5 m/s2
≤ 0,5 m/s2
Noise level
The noise level guaranteed
(in accordance with Directive 2000/14/CE modified
by Directive 2005/88/CE)
Acustic pressure level in the driving seat
(in accordance with EN 12053)
LwA 105 dB
LpA 80,8 dB
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DIMENSIONS
A
B
1200 mm 47.2 in.
2750 mm 108.3 in.
C
930 mm 36.6 in.
D
4430 mm 174.4 in.
E
5630 mm 221.6 in.
F
1570 mm 61.8 in.
G
355 mm 14.0 in.
H
1990 mm 78.3 in.
I
750 mm 29.5 in.
J
910 mm 35.8 in.
K
1040mm 40.9 in.
O
125 mm 4.9 in.
R
4400 mm 173.2 in.
S
8300 mm 326.8 in.
T
3620 mm 142.5 in.
U1
1990 mm 78.3 in.
U2
2240 mm 88.2 in.
V
5300 mm 208.7 in.
V1
2390 mm 94.1 in.
V2
4600 mm 181.1 in.
X
123°
Y
12°
Z
4
40 mm 1.6 in.
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L O A D C H A RT
MVT
MVT 628
628
Forks
6000
24”
20,66 FT
LBS
26
50
8
60
24
22
20
40 7
6,30 m
D
6
C
18
6000 LBS
A
20
3
6
4
2
10
1
2
FT 0
-2
1900 LBS
2500 LBS
8
0
5000 LBS
4
12
10
B
5
3800 LBS
14
30
3000 LBS
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Confort Line
Varioshift
m0
-1
5
4
3
2
1
1,20
3,65
16 14 12 10
8
6
4
m0
2
FT0
672369
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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
18
3
16
MAX
0
MAX
15
10
RPM x 100
20
5
12
9
3
25
0
30
6
STOP
34
6a
TEST
TEST
°C
6
hours
5
8
10
9
4a
12
11
14
13
15
33
2
5
1
5
25
20
19
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DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
5
6
- Driver’s seat
- Seat belt
- Monitoring instrument and indicator light panel
- Switch console
- Lights control lever, horn and direction indicators
7 - Anterior windscreen and rear window wiper-washer control lever
8 - Key-switch
9 - Casing giving access to brake fluid tank and windscreen-washing liquid
10 - Brake fluid tank
11 - Windscreen-washing liquid tank
12 - Casing giving access to fuses and relays
13 - Accelerator pedal, service brake and inching pedal
14 - Reversing control
15 - Electro-hydraulic movements controls
15a - Decompression of optional circuit
16 - Red emergency stop pushbutton
17 - Description of controls and load diagrams
18 - Level gauge
19 - Heating controls
20 - Air conditioning (optional)
21 - Air inlet nozzles
22 - Ceiling light
23 - Sunshade (optional)
24 - Tools and documents compartment
25 - Cigarette lighter
26 - Cab door closure
27 - Upper half-door lock
28 - Rear window opening lever
29 - Tow hook
30 - Head lights
31 - Tail lights
32 - Rotary warning beacon
33 - Steering wheel adjuster lever
3 4 - Steering selection lever
USEFUL ADVICE
Regardless of the operator’s experience in this sector, he must learn the
position and function of all instruments and controls on board before
putting the fork-lift truck into operation.
When the ignition key is turned without starting the engine, a test is automatically performed on the instrumentation: all the lights come on and a
beeper sounds. All this stops once the engine has started.
A check must be made on all the truck’s instruments immediately after
start-up once the engine has warmed up and at regular intervals during
use, so that any malfunctions can be noted at once and put right without
delay. If the instrument is not giving a correct reading, stop the engine
and take the necessary measures to restore correct operation immediately.
Using the fork-lift truck without
following these recommendations
may have dangerous consequences.
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1 - DRIVER’S SEAT (STANDARD)
FOR ENHANCED COMFORT, THIS SEAT ALLOWS VARIOUS
ADJUSTMENTS.
WEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The seat should be adjusted to the driver’s weight with no-one sitting on it.
- Take the seat notch “A” as reference.
- Turn the knob “B” as appropriate to the driver’s weight.
N.B. : To avoid health problems, the weight setting should be checked
and adjusted before the truck is put into operation.
ADJUSTING THE SEAT HEIGHT
Bring the seat to the desired position, until the catch is heard to engage.
If the seat is raised above the last catch, it will return to the lowest position.
ADJUSTING THE SEAT ANGLE
The seat angle can be regulated individually.
- Press the button on the left and at the same time push or release the
seat to obtain the position desired.
ADJUSTING THE SEAT POSITION
The seat position can be regulated individually.
- Press the button on the right and move the seat forward or back to
obtain the position desired.
SEAT BACK EXTENSION
- The height of the seat back extension can be adjusted (the catches
can be heard) until the stop is reached.
- The seat back extension can be removed by pulling until it moves
beyond the last stop.
BACK SUPPORT
This allows adjustment of both the seat conform level and the driver’s
freedom of movement.
- Turn the knob to the right or left to adjust the height and depth of the
back support.
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ADJUSTING THE SEAT BACK ANGLE
- Lean against the back, pull the lever and move the seat back into the
position desired.
If the back is not held in place when adjusted,
it will tip completely forward.
LONGITUDINAL ADJUSTMENT
- Engage the locking lever in the position desired. Once locked in place,
the seat cannot be adjusted further.
CLEANING
Dirt may prevent the seat from functioning correctly; it must therefore
always be kept clean.
- To clean or replace the cushions, simply extract them from the frame
of the seat.
Risk of accident are increased when the seat tips up!
Take care not to wet the cushions’ fabric when cleaning them. First
check the fabric’s resistance to the normal detergents for fabrics and
plastics, on a concealed surface.
2 - SEAT BELTS (Fig.2)
- Sit on the seat correctly.
- Check that the seat belt is not twisted.
- Place the belt over your pelvis, not over your stomach.
- Fasten the seat belt and check that it is firmly engaged.
- Adjust the belt to your physique, so that it does not apply excess pressure to your pelvic region.
2
The fork-lift truck may never be used if the seat belt is faulty
(mounts, fastening, seams, tears, etc.).
Repair or replace the seat belt immediately.
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3 - CONTROL INSTRUMENTS AND INDICATOR LIGHTS PANEL
A
C
B
15
10
RPM x 100
20
E
D
C1
5
25
12
0
9
30
3
6
CONTROL INSTRUMENTS
A - -SPEEDOMETER AND REVOLUTION COUNTER
B - I.C. ENGINE WATER TEMPERATURE
Temperature zones
B1 – Blue zone (0° - 122°F)
B2 – Green zone (122° - 212°F)
B3 – Black/red zone (212° - 221°F)
B4 – Red zone (221° - 248°F)
NOTE: The red indicator lights
up between the B3 and B4 zones.
C - FUEL LEVEL INDICATOR
The red zone C1 indicates that the fuel tank is in reserve and wont last long.
D - CLOCK DIAL
E - EMERGENCY LIGHTS SWITCH
Pressing this switch will activate all the direction indicators simultaneously.
To deactivate the indicators, press the switch again.
INDICATOR LIGHTS
On inserting the electric contact of the fork lift truck, all the red indicator lights and the buzzer of the panel must switch on,
thereby indicating that they are working correctly. If one of these does not work, carry out the necessary repairs.
INDICATOR LIGHT NOT USED
INDICATOR LIGHT NOT USED
BRAKES FLUID LEVEL RED INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator and buzzer switch on while the forklift truck is in operation, switch the I.C. engine off immediately and
check the brakes fluid level.
If the level is relatively low, contact your agent or dealer.
PARKING BRAKE RED INDICATOR LIGHT
The indicator lights up indicating that the parking brake has been activated.
ALTERNATOR ENERGIZATION RED INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator and buzzer switch on while the forklift truck is in operation, switch the I.C. engine off immediately and
check the electrical system and the alternator belt.
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I.C. ENGINE OIL PRESSURE RED INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator and buzzer switch on while the forklift truck is in operation, switch the I.C. engine off immediately and
look for the cause of the problem (see engine crank casing oil level).
I.C. ENGINE OIL TEMPERATURE RED INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator and buzzer switch on while the forklift truck is in operation, switch the I.C. engine off immediately and
check the cooling circuit for the cause of the problem.
AIR FILTER CLOGGED RED INDICATOR LIGHT
The indicator and buzzer switch on when the air filter cartridge is clogged. Switch off the forklift truck and carry out
the necessary repairs (see the cleaning and replacement schedules in Chapter: 3 - MAINTENANCE: FILTER ELEMENTS AND BELTS).
DIRECTION INDICATORS GREEN INDICATOR LIGHT
POSITION LIGHTS GREEN INDICATOR LIGHT
This indicator lights up when the position lights are working.
DIPPED HEADLIGHTS GREEN INDICATOR LIGHT
This indicator lights up when the dipped headlights are switched on.
MAIN BEAMS BLUE INDICATOR LIGHT
This indicator lights up when the main beams are working.
I.C. ENGINE PRE-HEATING YELLOW INDICATOR LIGHT (OPTIONAL)
This indicator lights up during preheating of the I.C. engine in case of temperatures below 0° F.
Wait for the indicator to switch off completely before starting up the I.C. engine.
I.C. ENGINE PROBLEM ATTENTION YELLOW INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator lights up during the working of the forklift truck, consult the I.C. engine faults Monitoring Table and
contact your agent or dealer.
STOP
I.C. ENGINE PROBLEM STOP RED INDICATOR LIGHT
If the indicator lights up during the working of the forklift truck, consult the I.C. engine faults Monitoring Table, switch
off the I.C. engine, if necessary, and contact your agent or dealer.
HYDROSTATIC POWER STEERING OIL PRESSURE RED INDICATOR LIGHT (OPTIONAL)
If the indicator lights up during the working of the forklift truck, switch off the I.C. engine immediately and contact your
agent or dealer.
I.C. ENGINE FAULTS MONITORING TABLE
STOP
STATO DELLA
SPIA
Descrizione dello stato della spia
Stato del motore
ACCESA
ACCESA
Verifica della spia
Quando si ruota il commutatore a chiave di avviamento
(8) entrambe le spie si accendono per 2 secondi.
Il motore è ancora spento.
SPENTA
SPENTA
Nessun guasto
Nessun codice diagnostico attivo.
Il motore funziona normalmente.
ACCESA
SPENTA
Codice
E' stato rilevato un codice diagnostico attivo.
diagnostico attivo
Il motore funziona normalmente.
ACCESA
LAMPEGGIANTE
Codice
E' stato rilevato un codice diagnostico attivo grave ed è
diagnostico attivo stata avviata una riduzione della potenza del motore.
Il motore funziona normalmente ma a
potenza ridotta.
LAMPEGGIANTE
SPENTA
LAMPEGGIANTE LAMPEGGIANTE
ACCESA
ACCESA
Allarme
E' stato superato uno o più dei valori di protezione del
motore.
Riduzione della
E' stato superato uno o più dei valori di protezione del
potenza e allarme motore.
Il motore funziona normalmente.
Il motore funziona normalmente ma a
potenza ridotta.
E' stato superato uno o più dei valori di protezione del
Il motore è stato arrestato o l'arresto è
Arresto del motore motore oppure è stato rilevato un codice diagnostico attivo
imminente.
grave.
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5 - SWITCH PANEL
A - PARKING BRAKE SWITCH
Two-position luminous switch with safety block.
The parking brake acts on the front axle.
- To release the brake, press the pushbutton in position “L”.
- To lock the brake, press the pushbutton in position “P”.
B - FRONT WHEELS ALIGNMENT GREEN INDICATOR
LIGHT
Indicates alignment of the front wheels with respect to the
vehicle axis.
When the wheels are aligned, the indicator lights up.
*Wheel alignment procedure:
Press the steering mode selection switch on “A1”, turn the steering
wheel until the rear wheels are aligned, press the steering mode selection switch on “A2”, and turn the steering wheel until the front wheels
are aligned.
When the front and rear wheels are aligned, one of the three steering
modes mentioned above can be selected.
The wheels coordination may be lost with use; carry out realignment of
the wheels every 20 hours of service by following the procedure
described above.
C - REAR WHEELS ALIGNMENT YELLOW INDICATOR LIGHT
Indicates alignment of the rear wheels with respect to the
vehicle axis.
When the wheels are aligned, the indicator lights up.
(See point “B” : *wheels alignment procedure).
D - REAR FOG LIGHT SWITCH
Two-position luminous switch.
E - OPERATING MODE
Activating the two-position switch will activate the operating system
concerned to work slowly and accurately.
The switch can also be turned on with the lift truck in motion.
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L
B
D
C
A
P
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O - OPTIONAL DISCONNECT SWITCH (accessories hydraulic block)
The two-position switch is used for activating or deactivating the optional.
With the switch pressed in pos. “O1” (red indicator light On) the Optional/accessories hydraulic block function
is activated.
With the switch pressed in pos. “O2” (red indicator light Off) the Optional/accessories hydraulic block function
is deactivated.
P - STOPPING HYDRAULIC MOVEMENTS
While travelling on roads, it is advisable (compulsory in Italy and Germany) to stop all hydraulic movements.
The indicator lights up when the movements are being used.
R - 2°/3° HYDRAULIC EXTENSION SWITCH (OPTIONAL)
The switch has two or three positions depending on the machine setup.
It is used for switching the hydraulic control for making two or three hydraulic movements using the accessory.
Q – SWITCH FOR OPERATING WITH SHOVEL (OPTIONAL)
The switch has two positions, controls activation and deactivation of the operation with shovel, excluding the
safety device for controlling safety and load status (point 4 on page 12).
The safety device for controlling safety and load status remains excluded in the following conditions:
Telescopic boom completely retracted
Boom raised by not more than 2m off the
ground If one of these conditions is not
P
Q
O2
R
satisfied, the device for controlling safety
and load status is automatically activated.
O1
S - ROTARY BEACON SWITCH
Two-position switch for turning the rotary beacon
light on/off.
T - FRONT AND REAR WORK LIGHTS
SWITCH (OPTIONAL)
Three-position switch for turning the work lights On/off.
S
T
U
V
Z
U - SWITCH FOR WORK LIGHT AT THE TOP OF THE
BOOM (OPTIONAL)
V - SWITCH FOR DEFROSTING REAR WINDOW
(OPTIONAL)
Z - SWITCH FOR ROOFTOP WINDOW WIPER
(OPTIONAL)
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6 - LIGHTS, HORN, AND TURN INDICATOR LIGHTS
CONTROL LEVER
The lever commands visual and sound signals.
A - Lights are switched off, direction lights not working.
B - RH direction lights working.
C - LH direction lights working.
D - Position lights On.
E - Low beams and position lights On.
F - High beams and position lights On.
G - Flashing.
F
E
G
D
A
B
G
A
C
G
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Press the tip of the lever to sound the horn.
7 - FRONT AND REAR WINDSCREEN WIPER SWITCH
D
This switch controls the operation of the front and rear windscreen wipers.
A - Front windscreen wiper off.
B - Front windscreen wiper low speed setting.
C - Front windscreen wiper high speed setting.
D - Front windscreen wiper intermittent setting.
E - Rear windscreen wiper off.
F - Rear windscreen wiper on.
NOTE: These functions will only work when the ignition is switched on.
D
B
D
C
A
F
E
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8 - KEY SWITCH
The key switch has 4 positions:
O
I
II
III
- Electric contact and switching off the combustion engine.
- Electric contact.
- //
- Start up and return to position “I” as soon as the key is released.
I
II
O
III
Before starting up the I.C. engine, make sure the forwards/backwards selector is in the idle position and that the emergency stop button is released.
8
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9 - GUARD FOR ACCESS TO BRAKE FLUID AND
WINDSCREEN WASHER LIQUID TANKS
Slacken screw “A” and remove the guard to access the brake fluid and windscreen washer liquid tanks.
A
A
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10 - BRAKES FLUID TANK
10
11 - WINDSCREEN WASHER LIQUID TANK
To the operator’s LH. Remove cap “B”; make sure the container is always full.
Liquid to be used: water + detergent (use anti-freeze in winter).
B
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12 - GUARD FOR ACCESS TO FUSES AND RELAYS
Release and pull block “C” to remove the guard for access to the fuses and
relays.
C
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13 - ACCELERATOR PEDAL, SERVICE BRAKE AND INCHING
PEDALS
Pedal “A” is used to change the lift truck speed by acting on the combustion
engine rpm.
Pedal “B” acts on the front wheels and makes it possible to slow down and
block the lift truck. The brake pedal in the first 20 mm of travel works as the
inching pedal allowing precise, slow movements, and during the rest of the
travel produces the braking effect.
A
B
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14 - REVERSING CONTROL
The lift truck gear reversal must be done at low speeds without accelerating.
FORWARD : Push the knob forward (position C).
REVERSE : Pull the knob backwards (position D).
NEUTRAL : The knob must be in the intermediate position to start the lift
truck (position E).
E
D
C
NOTE: The reversing lights indicate that the fork lift truck is moving in
reverse. A reversing buzzer is also present.
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SAFETY FOR MOVING THE LIFT TRUCK
Authorisation to move the lift truck is controlled by an electronic unit. The
operator must observe the following sequence to move the truck forwards or
backwards:
1 - sit down correctly in the driver’s seat,
2 - release the parking brake,
3 - engage forward or reverse movement.
To stop the lift truck, he must observe the following sequence:
1 - set the reversing gear in neutral,
2 - engage the parking brake,
3 - get out of the lift truck.
NOTE: If the operator leaves the driver’s seat for a short time with the forward or reverse movement activated, the vehicle will continue to
move.
If the operator leaves the driving seat for a long period with the forward or reverse movement activated, the vehicle will set itself in
idle mode, the operator will have to return to the driver’s seat,
restore the inverter to idle and activate the forward or reverse
movement to continue with the movement.
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15 - ELECTRO- HYDRAULIC MOVEMENT
COMMANDS (Fig. 15)
A
The lift truck is provided with an electro-hydraulic servo-control
to the right of the operator.
Servo-control "A" can simultaneously activate various doubleacting elements such as lifting the load, tilting the forks, telescopic boom extension or optional command (Fig. 15/1).
- To lift the load, pull the joystick backwards.
- To lower the load, push the joystick forwards.
- To extend the telescopic boom, push the joystick to the right.
- To retract the telescopic boom, pull the joystick to the left.
- To tilt the forks, press the button “B” on the joystick and push
the joystick forward.
- To lift the forks again, press the button “B” on the joystick and
push the joystick backward.
- To control the optional, press the button “B” on the manipulator and push the manipulator to the right and left.
B
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Press the telescopic boom ON/OFF button to “ON”.
Do not attempt to alter the hydraulic system pressure.
In case of suspected malfunction, consult your dealer or agent.
Any alteration may render the warranty null and void.
15/A) Decompression of optional circuit
This operation must be carried out every time a supplementary
accessory is to be connected to the lift truck.
1) Switch off the I.C. engine and position the ignition key in
position "I".
2) Press the button “B” on the manipulator and push the manipulator to the right and left.
When the operation is complete the optional circuit is depressurised; this facilitates coupling and uncoupling of the quickrelease couplings in the boom head.
N. B. : The operation must be carried out immediately after the
I.C. engine is switched off, and not for more than 3 seconds for each command.
ON
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16 - EMERGENCY STOP RED PUSHBUTTON
This pushbutton stops the I.C. engine.
A
NOTE: PRESS THE BUTTON ONLY IN CASE OF EXTREME NEED TO
STOP THE I.C. ENGINE.
To stop the I.C. engine, press the red pushbutton “A”.
To re-enable the switching on of the I.C. engine, turn the red pushbutton “A”
clockwise.
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17 - LOAD CHART FILE
This file includes the description of the hydraulic controls and the load charts
of the attachments used on the lift truck.
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18 - SPIRIT LEVEL
It is situated at the top inside the cab, in front of the operator, and is used
for levelling operations to check the inclination of the lift truck with respect
to the ground (see point “5R” page 18 “Levelling control pushbutton”).
19 - HEATING CONTROLS
18
A) FAN KNOB
This 3-speed knob is used to supply cold/hot air to the diffusers.
B) TEMPERATURE REGULATOR KNOB
This knob is used to adjust the temperature inside the cab.
“C” - The valve is closed, the fan supplies cold air.
“D” - The valve is completely open, the fan supplies hot air.
The intermediate positions are used to adjust the temperature.
D
C
B
A
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20 - AIR CONDITIONING (OPTIONAL)
) COMPRESSOR SWITCH
This switch has 2 positions:
“A0” - Off (indicator switched off)
“A1” - On (compressor, and indicator light switched on)
B0
B1
B3 B2
N.B. The lights indicates that the compressor is switched on.
A0
ATTENTION:
The compressor can only be switched on with the fan knob turned
to the “B1”, “B2”, or “B3” position.
If the fan knob is in the “B0” position,
the compressor will not switch on.
A1
B) Knob
Adjusts the air flow in the supplementary air vents behind the driver’s
seat.
“B0” - Off
“B1” - 1st speed
“B2” - 2nd speed
“B3” - 3rd sped
20/1
C
C
C
Adjust the direction of the vents present behind the driver’s seat “C”
Fig. 20/2.
20/2
21 - AIR VENTS
These vents direct the ventilation inside the cab; they are present in the
upper part of the cab “D” (Fig. 21/1) and at the operator’s feet “E” (Fig.
21/2).
D
D
21/1
E
E
21/2
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22 - CEILING LIGHT
The switch is built into the ceiling light.
It has two positions: continuous lighting and Off.
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23 - SUNSHADE (OPTIONAL)
Front sunshade
Adjust the height of the sunshade pulling handle “A” downwards (Fig. 23/1).
Press lever “B” (Fig. 23/1) to the RH to rewind the shade.
Rooftop sunshade
Pull the sunshade backwards, locking it in the hooks provided “C” (Fig. 23/2).
B
A
23/1
C
C
23/2
24 - TOOLS AND DOCUMENTS COMPARTMENT
In the back of the driver’s seat, there is a documents compartment “A”, make
sure the instruction manual is always present in it.
NOTE: A water-tight document holder is also available as OPTIONAL.
B
Cover “B” can be lifted to access the tool compartment.
A
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25 - CIGARETTE LIGHTER
The cigarette lighter is present to the RH of the driver.
25
26 - DOOR LOCK
Outer lock “A” (Fig. 26) : To open the door, grip the handle and pull outwards.
The lift truck is provided with two keys for locking the cab.
Inner lock “B” (Fig. 26) : To open the door, grip the handle and pull it inwards.
A
27 - TOP HALF-DOOR LOCK
B
Closed position : To open, press lock “A” (Fig. 27/1) downwards.
To close, pull handle “B” (Fig. 27/1) inwards.
Open position: Push the door towards the cab to lock key “C” (Fig. 27/2).
To release, press knob “D” (Fig. 27/2) or use lever “E” (Fig. 27/2).
26
B
A
27/1
C
E
D
27/2
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28 - REAR WINDOW OPENING LEVER
To open the rear window, pull lever “A” clockwise to the right and push the
glass.
A
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29 - HITCH
The hitch is present on the rear part of the lift truck and is used for a trailer.
The capacity for each lift truck is limited by the total permitted carriage
weight, the pulling force and the maximum vertical force on the drawbolt.
These data are indicated on the manufacturer’s plate affixed on every lift
truck.
N.B. : Optional solutions are available for towing; for more information,
please contact your agent or dealer.
- Travelling on roads with a trailer is only permitted for homologated agricultural tractors.
- Check the braking system and trailer signalling system and connect these
to the lift truck.
- Reduce the lift truck speed.
- Follow the road rules of the country of use.
Ensure that the split pin is fitted correctly on the hitch.
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30 - FRONT LIGHTS
A - Left front indicator.
B - Left front dipped headlight.
C - Left front main beam.
D - Left front sidelight.
E - Right front indicator.
F - Right front dipped headlight.
G - Right front main beam.
H - Right front sidelight.
C
G
E
A
D
H
B
F
30
31 - REAR LIGHTS
A - Left rear indicator.
B - Left rear stoplight.
C - Left tail light.
D - Left rear reverse light.
E - Left rear fog light.
F - Right rear indicator.
G - Right rear stoplight.
H - Right tail light.
I - Right rear reverse light.
L - Right rear fog light.
A
B
D
E
G
H
I
C
F
L
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32 - ROTARY TOWER LIGHT
The rotary tower light may be inclinded, if necessary, to reduce the lift truck
dimensions; it can also be dismantled to avoid theft.
- Unscrew nut “A” and remove the rotary tower light.
A
C
- Protect support “B” with cover “C”.
B
33 - STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT LEVER
32
⇪
⇪
This lever is used for adjusting the inclination and height of the steering
wheel.
- Pull lever “A” (Fig. 33/1) to slacken and adjust the steering wheel (Fig. 33/2).
- Push lever “A” (Fig. 33/1) to lock the steering wheel in the selected position.
⇪
⇪
A
33/2
33/1
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34 - STEERING SELECTION LEVER
Before selecting one of the three steering options, align the 4 wheels
with the axis of the truck.
A
B
C
Diagonalfahrt
Straßenverkehr
konzentrischer
Wendekreis
A - Front and rear wheel steering in the same direction (sideways or
crab movement).
B - Front wheel steering (use on public highways).
C - Front and rear wheel steering in opposite directions (short or concentric steering).
Wheel alignment procedure :
Shift the steering selection lever to position "C", turn the steering wheel
till the rear wheels are aligned; shift the steering selection lever to position "B", turn the steering wheel till the front wheels are aligned.
When both front and rear wheels are aligned, one of the three types of
steering mentioned above can be selected.
A
B
Wheel coordination may deteriorate with use; carry out wheel re-alignment as described in the procedure at least after every 20 hours service.
C
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15
10
5
12
9
3
RPM x 100
20
25
0
30
6
STOP
TEST
TEST
°C
hours
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F I LT E R I N G E L E M E N T S A N D B E LT S
DESCRIPTION
50 H / 100 H
REFERENCE
(WITHIN 3
MONTHS)
REPLACEMENT
SCHEDULE
1 Engine oil filter
476 954
Replace
Every 500 H
2 Air filter cartridge 504 507
Replace
Every 500 H
3 Transmission oil filter
737 524
Replace
Every 500 H
4 Secondary filter cartridge of supply system
605 013
Replace
Every 500 H
5 Hydraulic oil filter cartridge (exhaust)
606 047
Replace
Everyi 500 H
6 Breather filter
674 796
Replace
Every 1000 H
7 Hydraulic oil filter cartridge (intake)
513 752
Replace
Every 1000 H
8 Air filter safety cartridge 514 161
Replace
Every 1000 H
9 Engine belt
503 965
Replace
Every 1000 H
10 Cab ventilation filter cartridge
225 052
Replace
Every 500 H
11 Primary filter of supply system
706497
Replace
Every 500 H
: Reduce the periodicity and advance the replacement in a dusty atmosphere
6
2
5
1
3
4
9
7
8
10
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FIRST COUPON
OBLIGATORY
(50 ÷TRUCK
100 H IS
WITHIN
3 100
MONTHS)
MANDITORY
FIRST SERVICE
OF FORKLIFT
AT 50 TO
HRS OF USE OR
WITHIN 3 MONTHS - WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.
LISTS OF THE OPERATION TO BE CARRIED OUT FOR THE FIRST COUPON:
ENGINE
- Change engine oil
- Change engine oil filter
- Change fuel filter
- Clean air filter
- Tightness check : injection power supply
- Check cooling circuit
- Check belt(s) tension
- Valve clearance
HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION
- Change suction filter
- Clean Return filter (as for assembly)
- Check oil level
- Check transmission inching control adjustment
AXLES / TRANSFER BOX
- Change differential / brake housing
- Change oil of reduction gears
- Lubrification of pivots, hinges and controls
- Oscilation lubrification
- Change transfer box oil
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
- Change return filter(s)
- Check oil level
- Check tightness
BREAKING CIRCUIT
- Check service brake operation
- Check brake fluid level (as for assembly)
BOOM UNIT
- Lubrification of telescope(s)
- Lubrification of all pivot pins
- Wear pads adjustment + tightness
SAFETY SYSTEM MANISCOPIC
- Check operation and adjustment
ACCESSORIES / OPTIONS
- Check operation
CAB
- Check control panel and all instruments check and control, heating and air conditioning
ELECTRIC CIRCUIT
- Battery level checking
- Lighting operation
WHEELS
- Wheel nut tightness
- Tyre pressures
GENERAL LUBRICATION OF MACHINE
TEST OF MACHINE
- Hydraulic test with nominal load
- Driving test : steering and breaking
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LUBRICANTS
COMPONENTS FOR LUBRICATION
CAPACITY
RECOMMENDED PRODUCT
Engine
8,1 L
Shell: Rotella 15w40 or Citgo: C-600 15w40
Front wheel final drive
Rear wheel final drive
0,8 L
Shell: Spirax DH80x90 or Citgo: Premium Gear MP80w90
0,8 L
Shell: Spirax DH80x90 or Citgo: Premium Gear MP80w90
Front axle differential
Gearbox
Rear axle differential
3,6 L
0,7 L
3,8 L
Shell: Donax TD or Citgo: Transgard Tractor Hydraulic Fluid
Shell: Donax TD or Citgo: Transgard Tractor Hydraulic Fluid
Shell: Donax TD or Citgo: Transgard Tractor Hydraulic Fluid
Hydraulic fluid tank
80 L
Shell: Tellus T46 or Citgo: Transgard THF Lo-Temp
Braking circuit
0,8 L
Shell: Donax TG Dexron III or Citgo: Transgard ATF Dexron III
General greasing
Shell: Rentinax Am or Citgo: Lithoplex CM-2
Telescopic boom
greasing
Shell: Rentinax Am or Citgo: Lithoplex CM-2
Cooling circuit
15 L
Tulco 50/50 Premix Anti-freeze
Fuel tank
95 L
Diesel fuel grade 1-D
Hydrostatic transmission filter, hydraulic filter and engine filter oil and filter must
be changed after the first 50 working hours to guarantee safety.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
A - DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE
A1 - Check engine oil level.
A2 - Check cooling circuit filling.
A3 - Check fuel level.
A4 - Check and clean fuel filter.
A 5 - Primary filter of supply
system/Water separator-Discharge
A6 - Check tyre pressure and tightening of wheel nuts.
A7 - Check greasing of telescopic boom sliding blocks.
B - EVERY 50 HOURS SERVICE
B1 - Clean air filter cartridge .
B2 - Check hydraulic oil level.
B3 - Clean radiator grille.
B4 - Check brake circuit oil level.
B5 - Clean and grease telescopic boom pads .
B6 - Clean and grease cab door pins .
B7 - Clean and grease front and rear wheel pivot pins .
B8 - Clean and grease telescopic boom pivot pin .
B9 - Clean and grease the quick-release coupling pivot pin .
B10 - Clean and grease the lifting cylinder top and end pins .
B11 - Clean and grease the compensating cylinder top and end pins .
B12 - Clean and grease the slewing cylinder top and end pins .
B13 - Clean and grease the two rear axle float bushings .
B14 - Clean and grease cross journals and cardan shaft .
B15- check battery.
C - EVERY 250 HOURS SERVICE
C1
C2
C3
C4
-
Check
Check
Check
Check
alternator belt/crankshaft tension.
front and rear axle differential oil level.
front and rear reduction gears oil level.
transmission box oil.
D - EVERY 500 HOURS SERVICE OR YEARLY D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
-
4
Empty and change engine oil.
Change engine oil filter.
Change air filter cartridge Change the primary and secondary filter of the supply system
Change transmission oil filter.
Change hydraulic oil filter cartridge (exhaust).
Change cab ventilation filter cartridge .
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E - EVERY 1000 HOURS SERVICE OR YEARLY E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 E10 -
Change air filter security cartridge .
Drain out and replace hydraulic oil.
Replace hydraulic oil filter cartridge (intake "suction rose")
Empty and replace front and rear axle differential oil.
Empty and drain front and rear wheels reduction gear oil.
Replace transmission box oil.
Empty and clean fuel tank.
Replace alternator belt/crankshaft.
Replace transmission hydraulic oil vent.
Check telescopic boom pads for wear *.
F - EVERY 2000 HOURS SERVICE OR YEARLY F1
F2
F3
F4
-
Check
Check
Check
Check
engine valve play*.
injectors*.
alternators and starter motor*.
turbo compressor*.
G - OCCASIONAL OR ANNUAL MAINTENANCE G1
G2
G3
G4
G5
G6
G7
- Check and replace cooling circuit liquid (if necessary).
- Check injector maintenance.
- Replace a wheel.
- Tow lift truck*.
- Load the lift truck*.
- Transport lift truck to a platform*.
- Adjust headlights.
* For these operations, consult your agent or dealer.
To be carried out once a year if the lift truck has not completed the
required number of operating hours.
: In an extremely dusty atmosphere, reduce the frequency and
replace earlier.
: Every 50 hours up to the first 250 hours and periodically every
1000 hours service.
: In the event of prolonged use in an extremely dusty or oxidising
atmosphere, reduce this interval to 10 working hours or every day.
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A - D A I LY O R E V E RY 1 0 H O U R S S E R V I C E
A 1 - CHECK ENGINE OIL LEVEL
For accurate indication of the level, make sure the engine is level or in
the normal operating position.
After having switched the engine off, before checking the oil level wait
for 10 minutes to allow the oil to flow into oil cup “1” (A1).
Open the engine hood. (fuel tank side)
The oil level must remain between the “ADD” mark (Y) and the “FULL”
mark (X) on the level rod.
Do not fill the oil cup beyond the “FULL” mark (X).
Remove the oil filler plug and add oil, if necessary, “2” (A1).
Wipe the oil filler plug.
Refit the oil filler plug.
1
2
A1
2 - CHECK COOLING CIRCUIT FILLING
Make reference to the G1 point for the procedure of filling of the cooling system. If it is necessary to add some coolant during the maintenance, wait until the engine is cold. Remove the cap slowly because it
could take place a dangerous spillage of coolant if the water is under
pressure and still warm.
The added coolant in phase of
maintenance must be of the
same type of that one originally used in order to fill up the system
A2
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A 3 - CHECK FUEL LEVEL
Place the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine stopped.
To minimise the condensation due to weather conditions, the fuel tank
should be kept full as far as possible.
- Remove the cap “2” (Fig. A3).
- Through the filler intake, fill the tank with clean Diesel fuel, filtered by
a hose, pipe or a clean cloth which does not leave residues.
- Replace the cap “2” (Fig. A3).
2
A3
Never smoke or approach with naked lights during filling
or when the tank is open.
Never fill up with the engine running.
A 4 - CHECK AND CLEAN FUEL FILTER
Before this operation is carried out, check that there is enough fuel in
the tank and that the engine is at a standstill.
Unscrew drain plug “3” (Fig. A4/1) of the filter “4” (Fig. A4/2) two/three
turns and allow the fuel to drain out until it is free from impurities.
Screw the drain plug back on while the fuel it still draining.
Do not smoke and do not approach the vehicle with a flame when filling the tank or when the tank is open.
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A4/1
Never fill the tank when the engine is on.
If the tank has been empty for an extended period of time or if the forklift truck has run out of fuel, operate the lift pump for one minute to
eliminate air from the filter.
Start the engine and check for leaks.
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A 5 - PRIMARY FILTER OF SUPPLY
SYSTEM/WATER SEPARATOR-DISCHARGE
Make sure the engine is stationary before carrying out maintenance or
repairs on it.
Place a suitable container under the condensate trap to collect the fuel
that flows out.
Wipe the fuel that leaks out.
Install a suitable container under outlet “1” (A5).
A5
Open drainage outlet “1” (A5).
Let the liquid flow out into the container.
Close drainage outlet “1” (A5) tightening it only manually.
Remove the tube and dispose off the drained liquid in a safe place
Switch the engine on and check for leaks.
Do not smoke near or approach the machine with the flame
while filling the tank or when the tank is open. Never refuel
with the engine running.
A5
The water separator is not a filter. Its function is to separaseparate the water from the fuel. The engine must not run with the
water separator more than half full, as it can otherwise
damage the engine.
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A 6 - CHECK TYRE PRESSURE AND TIGHTENING
OF WHEEL NUTS
Fig. A6
Check and adjust the tyre pressure if necessary (see “Specifications”
chapter).
Check the condition of the tyres. There should be no cuts, signs of
wear, etc.
Check that the wheel nuts are correctly torqued (see Table Fig. A6).
WHEEL NUT TORQUE LOADING
FRONT WHEEL
REAR WHEEL
465 ft/lb
Follow these instructions to prevent breakage, which could lead to
accidents.
A 7 - CHECK GREASING OF TELESCOPIC BOOM
SLIDING BLOCKS
Extract telescopic boom completely and check to make sure the telescopic boom sliding blocks are greased properly (if they are to be
greased, see point B5).
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B - E V E RY 5 0 H O U R S S E R V I C E
B 1 - CLEAN AIR FILTER CARTRIDGE
Unscrew nut “1” (Fig. B1/1) and remove cover “2”.
Unscrew nut “3” (Fig. B1/2) fixing cartridge “4”.
Use compressed air to clean the cartridge, directing the jet from the
inside towards the outside.
Clean the inside part of the housing of the filter with a clean, damp lintfree cloth, protecting the engine input tube.
Check the state of the cartridge.
Defective cartridges must be immediately replaced.
Refit cartridge “4” (Fig. B1/2) inside the filter and fix it in place with nut
“3” (Fig. B1/2). Fit cover “2” (Fig. B1/1) in place with the valve pointing
downwards and fix it with nut “1” (Fig. B1/1).
1
2
B1/1
Never ever wash an air filter cartridge.
3
4
B 2 - CHECK HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL
B1/2
Position the truck on a flat surface with the engine switched off and the
telescopic boom retracted and raised as high as possible and with the
slewing cylinder closed.
Unscrew filler plug “5” (Fig. B2/1).
The oil level is correct when it covers the dipstick by about 2 cm “6”
(Fig. B2/2).
If necessary, top up with oil (see "LUBRICANTS" Table) through filler
hole “5” (Fig. B2/1).
Always keep the oil at the maximum level to ensure optimum performance.
5
3/4 IN.
B2/1
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B2/2
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B 3 - CLEAN RADIATOR GRILLE
To prevent the radiator from clogging, it must be cleaned with a jet of
compressed air from the inside towards the outside (Fig. B3). This is
the only way to clean off the debris.
B3
B 4 - CHECK BRAKE CIRCUIT OIL LEVEL
Place the truck on a flat surface with the engine off.
- Remove the casing giving access to the braking fluid tank.
- The oil must be 10 mm under the maximum level.
- If necessary, add oil through the filler orifice “7” (Fig. B4) (see “LUBRICANTS” Table).
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In case of an abnormal drop in the level, consult your agent or dealer.
B4
B 5 - CLEAN AND GREASE TELESCOPIC BOOM PADS
This operation must be carried out every 50 hours up to the first 250
hours and periodically every 1000 hours service.
- Extend the telescopic boom completely.
- Using a brush, apply a layer of grease (see "LUBRICANTS" Table)
on the four sides of the telescopic boom (Fig. B5/1).
- Operate the telescopic boom a number of times to distribute the
grease uniformly.
- Remove excess grease.
- Fill with the proper grease the greaser “8” (Fig. B5/2) and “9” (Fig.
B5/3).
8
8
B5/2
8
GREAS E
9
9
Fig. B5/1
B5/3
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To be carried out weekly, if the lift truck has been operated for less than 50 hours during the week.
In the event of prolonged use in an extremely dusty or
oxidising atmosphere, reduce this interval to 10 working hours or every day.
B 6 - CLEAN AND GREASE CAB DOOR PINS
B 7 - CLEAN AND GREASE FRONT AND REAR
WHEEL PIVOT PINS
B 8 - CLEAN AND GREASE TELESCOPIC BOOM
PIVOT PIN
B 9 - CLEAN AND GREASE THE QUICK-RELEASE
COUPLING PIVOT PIN
B6
B 10 - CLEAN AND GREASE THE LIFTING
CYLINDER TOP AND END PINS
B 11 - CLEAN AND GREASE THE COMPENSATING
CYLINDER TOP AND END PINS
B 12 - CLEAN AND GREASE THE SLEWING
CYLINDER TOP AND END PINS
B7/1
B7/2
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B10/2
B12/1
B10/1
B11/2
B11/1
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B 13 - CLEAN AND GREASE THE TWO REAR AXLE
FLOAT BUSHINGS
B 14 - CLEAN AND GREASE CROSS JOURNALS
AND CARDAN SHAFT
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B13/1
B13/2
B14/1
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B 15 - CHECK BATTERY
MAINTENANCE
1. Check connections: if they are oxidized it is necessary to clean
them.
2. The battery is no maintenance and for this reason never add
distilled or demineralised water.
3. The battery is supplied with a check control (optical hydrometer)
able to show electrolyte level and to inform on the battery charge
condition following these instructions:
a) Green color: battery OK for the charge and electrolyte level;
b) Black color: to recharge the battery because the charge is
lower than 70% while thè electrolyte level is OK;
c) White color: quickly replacement battery because the
electrolyte level is lower than minimum.
4.If vehicle is not being used for a while, disconnect the battery.
5. In case of severe climate, check the condition of the battery daily.
HYDROMETER
CHARGING (OFF THE VEHICLE)
6. Only use direct current (OC).
7. Connect (+) with (+), (—) with (—).
8. Charge at recommended bench rate i.e. 1/20 of battery capacity.
9. The battery is fully charged when the tension is 12,8 Volt.
10. When charge has completed, switch off charger then disconnect.
a
b
c
B 15
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C - E V E RY 2 5 0 H O U R S S E R V I C E
C 1 - CHECK ALTERNATOR BELT/CRANKSHAFT
TENSION
Alternator:
Check to make sure there are no slack connections and that the battery
is charged correctly.
Check the working of the alternator(1) and battery charger.
All the batteries must be kept charged.
The batteries may not get charged completely if the engine is left unused for long periods, or if it is used only for short periods.
1
Alternator V-belt
2
Make sure the engine is stopped before carrying out any
maintenance or repair.
The tension of the alternator fan belt must be adjusted so that, by
exercising a normal pressure with the thumb, the belt flexure is about
10 mm (Fig. C1).
If the tension is wrong, slacken screws “1” and “2” (Fig. C) by 2 or 3
turns and turn the alternator unit so that the belt tension is correct.
Tighten screws “1” and “2” again (Fig. C).
Check the condition of the belt (signs of wear or cracks) and replace it
if necessary (see operation N° E8).
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C 2 - CHECK FRONT AND REAR AXLE
DIFFERENTIAL OIL LEVEL
Set the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine off.
Check the oil level in the front axle differential.
Remove plug “3” (Fig. C2/1).
The oil must be flush with the edge of the hole.
If necessary, add oil through fill hole “3” (Fig. C2/1). (See “LUBRICANTS“ Table).
Repeat this operation for the rear axle differential through the hole of
level and filling “4” (Fig. C2/2).
3
C2/1
4
C2/2
C 3 - CHECK FRONT AND REAR REDUCTION
GEARS OIL LEVEL
Place the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine stopped.
Check the level on the final drive of each front wheel.
Set the level cap “5” (Fig. C3) horizontal.
Remove the cap: the oil must be up to the surface of the hole.
Top up with oil if necessary (see “LUBRICANTS” Table).
Carry out the same operation on the final drive of each rear wheel.
5
5
C3
C 4 - CHECK TRANSMISSION BOX OIL
Place the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine off and the oil
in the reduction gear still hot.
6
- Remove the level and filler plug “6” (Fig. C4): the oil should appear at
the surface of the hole.
- Add oil if necessary (See “LUBRICANTS” Table).
- Replace and tighten the level and filling plug “6” (Fig. C4).
C4
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D - E V E RY 5 0 0 H O U R S S E R V I C E O R Y E A R LY
D 1 - EMPTY AND CHANGE ENGINE OIL
Check to make sure the machine is on level ground to ensure correct
reading on the spirit level.
After running the engine at normal operating temperature, stop it.
Remove the sheet under the engine casing to access the oil drainage
plug “1” (D1) and oil filter “2” (D1).
2
Drain the engine oil
- Place a suitable container under the opening to collect the engine oil.
- Remove the cup drainage plug 1 (D1) and its “O” ring” and
drain out the engine oil from the cup into the container.
- After the oil is drained, wipe the drainage plug and refit it. If
necessary, change the O-ring. Fit the drainage plug on the cup
using a 34 Nm - 3.5 kgm tightening torque.
1
D1
- Remove the container and dispose off the used lube oil.
Dispose off the lube oil in a safe place, in complete compliance
with the legislation in force!
D 2 - CHANGE ENGINE OIL FILTER
Remove the filter using a suitable tool (band type wrench) “2”
(D2).
Wipe the surface of the seal on the top of the oil filter “3” (D2).
Make sure the filter head union is fixed properly.
4
3
Apply a thin film of engine oil on O-ring “4” (D2) of the oil filter.
WARNING: Do not fill filters with oil before they are installed.
Fit the oil filter (see: “FILTER ELEMENTS AND BELTS TABLE”).
Tighten the filter using a 12 Nm - 1.2 kgm torque.
Do not tighten the oil filter excessively.
2
D2
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1/2 - Fill the oil cup
Remove the oil filler plug “5” (D1/2).
Fill the oil cup with the right amount of clean engine oil. (quantity:
min.5 l - max.7 l)
5
- Start the engine and run it “LOAD-FREE AT MINIMUM SPEED” for
two minutes.
This operation is carried out to ensure that the oil flows in the lubrication system and that the filters are filled with oil.
Check the filters for leaks.
- Stop the engine and wait for at least 10 minutes to allow the oil to
return to the cup
- Remove the dipstick 6 (D1/2) to check the level.
The oil level must remain between “MIN” “X “(D1/2) and “MAX”
“Y“(D1/2) on the dipstick.
6
D1/2
D
D 3 - CHANGE AIR FILTER CARTRIDGE
The air used to burn the fuel is purified by a dry air filter. The lift truck
should never ever be used if the air filter has been removed or is damaged.
Slacken nut “5” (Fig. D3/1), remove cover “6” (Fig. D3/1).
Now unscrew nut “7” (Fig. D3/2) that fixes filtering cartridge “8” (Fig.
D3/2) remove this latter and discard. Clean the inside part of the filter
with a damp, clean lint-free cloth.
5
6
D3/1
Never ever use compressed air!
Fit a new cartridge in place of the old one (see "FILTER ELEMENTS
AND BELTS" Table) and fix it with wing nut “7” (Fig. D3/2). Replace
cover “6” (Fig. D3/1) with the valve pointing downwards and lock it in
place with nut “5” (Fig. D3/1).
7
8
D3/2
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D 4 - CHANGE THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
FILTER OF THE SUPPLY SYSTEM
D4/1
The combustible materials of certain engine components (such as the seals) can be
extermely dangerous if burnt. Never allow such material to come in contact with the
skin or the eyes.
Check to make sure the ignition key is turned off before carrying out maintenance or repairs on the fuel supply system, since the pump will start supplying
fuel if the engine is switched on.
Do not let impurities enter the fuel supply system. Before disconnecting a union,
clean the surrounding surface carefully. After disconnecting one of the components, fit a suitable cover on all open unions.
D4/2
D4
- D4/1: Primary filter (water separator)
- D4/2: Secondary filter
Primary filter “D4/1” of supply system
(water separator)
Place a suitable container under the water separator to collect the
fuel that flows out.
Wipe the fuel that leaks out.
Clean the outside of the water separator.
- Install a suitable tube on outlet “ 1 ” (D4/1).
Open drainage outlet “1” (D4/1). Let the liquid flow out into the
container. Remove the tube.
- Close drainage outlet “1” (D4/1) tightening it only manually.
- If supplied, remove the cable from the sensor at the bottom of
the glass cup.
- Hold the glass cup “3” firmly (D4/1) and remove screw “2”
(D4/1).
Remove the glass cup “3” (D4/1) from filter “4” (D4/1).
- Use a suitable tool to remove the filter “4” (D4/1).
Dispose off the used gaskets “5 - 6” (D4/1) and the filter in a
safe place.
- Clean the glass cup “3” (D4/1).
- Do not lubricate the sealing ring on the new fuel filter.
Insert the new filter.
Do not use a tool to insert the filter. Tighten the filter manually.
- Insert the new sealing ring “5” (Fig. D4/1) on fixing screw “2”
(Fig. D4/1).
Insert the new sealing ring “6” (D4/1) in the glass cup.
- Align the glass cup with the filter. Insert fixing screw “2” (D4/1).
Tighten the clogging indicator using a 5Nm torque.
- Remove the container and dispose off the liquid correctly.
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4
1
2
6
5
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Secondary filter “D4/2” of supply system
Place a suitable container under the fuel filter unit to collect the liquid.
Clean the outer surfaces of the fuel filter carefully.
Open drain plug “1” (Fig. D4/1) at the bottom of the filter housing to drain fuel
from the filter.
Unscrew the filter housing.
Remove the housing and element from the top of the filter to drain out the fuel.
Remove the filter element from its housing.
Press filter element “2” (Fig. D4/2) against the spring and turn it to the left to
release it from its housing “3” (Fig. D4/2).
Insert the new filter element (see Table “FILTER ELEMENTS AND BELTS”) in
the housing, press against the spring and rotate to the right to lock it in place in
housing “3” (Fig. D4/2).
Insert a new gasket “4” (Fig. D4/2) in the housing and grease the surface slightly with clean fuel.
Check the threading “5” (Fig. D4/2) inside the element to make sure it is not
damaged.
Position the filter unit on the top of the filter and screw it on manually so that
the two parts are perfectly in contact.
Screw the unit through a quarter of a turn.
Do not use a flat wrench.
Close drain plug “1” (Fig. D4/1) and remove the container.
Before activating the starter motor, run the suction pump for one minute to
bleed air from the filter.
Switch on the engine and check for leaks.
1
D4/2
2
5
4
3
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D 5 - CHANGE TRANSMISSION OIL FILTER
14a
Using a suitable wrench “14a” (Fig. D5/1), remove transmission oil
filter “14” (Fig. D5/1) and discard it together with the seal.
Clean the filter bracket with a clean lint-free cloth.
Fill the new filter “15” (Gig. D5/2) with oil (see “Filters” Table), then fit
it in place by hand, checking that the seal (which will have been
previously lubricated) has been correctly positioned.
Start the truck and check that there are no leaks.
14
D5/1
15
D5/2
D 6 - CHANGE HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER
CARTRIDGE (EXHAUST)
Using a suitable wrench, remove hydraulic oil filter “16” (Fig. D6) and
discard it together with the seal.
Clean the filter bracket with a clean lint-free cloth.
Fill the new filter with oil (see “LUBRICANTS” Table), then fit it in
place by hand, checking that the seal (which will have been previously lubricated) has been correctly positioned.
Start the truck and check that there are no leaks.
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D6
D 7 - CHANGE CAB VENTILATION FILTER
CARTRIDGE
Remove crankcase “17” (Fig. D7).
Remove cab ventilation filtration cartridge “18” (Fig. D7).
Clean the filter using a jet of compressed air.
Check the filter and if necessary, replace with a new cartridge having
the same features (see "FILTER ELEMENTS AND BELTS" Table).
Refit the filter and crankcase.
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E - E V E RY 1 0 0 0 H O U R S S E R V I C E O R Y E A R LY
E 1 - CHANGE AIR FILTER SECURITY CARTRIDGE
Dismantle the air filter cartridge (see operation D3).
Unscrew nut “1” (Fig. E1) and remove the air filter safety cartridge “2”
(Fig. E1).
Clean the inside of the filter using a clean damp cloth that leaves no
residue.
1
2
Never wash an air filter cartridge.
Fit a new cartridge having the same features (see "FILTER ELEMENTS AND BELTS" Table) in place of the old one removed, and fix
using nut “1” (Fig. E1).
Refit the assembly (see operation D3).
E1
E 2 - DRAIN OUT AND REPLACE HYDRAULIC OIL
Before carrying out these operations, make sure the truck is parked on
a level surface, the engine is switched off and the boom is raised.
Place a container under drain plug “3” (fig. E2/1) and “4” (fig. E2/2).
Remove the plug and drain out the oil.
To speed up drainage, aerate by removing filler plug “5” (fig. E2/3).
When the tank is empty, refit and tighten drainage plug “3” (fig. E2/1)
and “4” (fig. E2/2) and proceed with dismantling the hydraulic oil filter
cartridge (intake "suction rose") (See operation E3).
3
E2/1
5
4
E2/3
E2/2
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E 3 - REPLACE HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER
C
CARTRIDGE
(INTAKE "SUCTION HOSE")
Remove flange “6” (Fig. E3/1) to access the hydraulic oil filter cartridge.
Unscrew the intake suction rose located at the bottom of the tank, and
replace with one having similar features (see "FILTER ELEMENTS
AND BELTS" Table).
8
Filling the tank
6
Refit and tighten drainage plug “7” (fig. E3/2).
Fill the oil tank (see "LUBRICANTS" Table) through filler hole “8” (Fig.
E3/1) to the right level (see operation No. B2).
Check for leakage through drainage hole “7” (fig. E3/2).
Fit tank cover “8” (fig. E3/2).
E3/1
Use only filtered uncontaminated oil.
It may sometimes be necessary to allow the I.C. engine to idle to bleed
the pump infeed circuits, if an air bubble has been formed during
drainage. If the air bubbles persist, consult your agent or dealer.
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7
E3/2
E4 - EMPTY AND REPLACE FRONT AND REAR
AXLE DIFFERENTIAL OIL
Put the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine off and the differential oil still warm.
Drain the oil from the front axle differential.
Place a can under drain plug “9” (Fig. E4/1) and allow the oil to drain
out.
Remove level plug and fill plug “10” (Fig. E4/1) to ensure that all oil
drains out.
Refit and tighten plug “9” (Fig. E4/1).
Fill with oil (see “LUBRICANTS” Table) through fill hole “10” (Fig.
E4/1).
The level is correct when the oil reaches the top of level hole “10” (Fig.
E4/1).
Check for any leaks from the drain plugs.
Refit and tighten level plug and fill plug “10” (Fig. E4/1).
Repeat these operations for the rear axle differential through the hole
of filling “11” (Fig. E4/2) and level “12” (Fig. E4/2).
10
9
E4/1
12
11
E4/2
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E 5 - EMPTY AND DRAIN FRONT AND REAR
WHEELS REDUCTION GEAR OIL
Position the truck on level ground, with the engine off and the oil in the
final drives still hot.
Empty the front wheel final drivers.
Make sure the drain and level plug “13” (Fig. E5/1) is pointing downwards “A” to facilitate oil flow.
Place a container under the drain plug and unscrew it.
Drain out all the oil.
Turn the outlet hole to horizontal position “B” to check the oil level subsequently.
Fill with oil (see “LUBRICANTS” Table) through level hole “14” (Fig.
E5/2).
The level is correct when the oil reaches the top of hole “14” (Fig. E5/2).
Refit drain plug “14” (Fig. E5/2) and tighten it.
Repeat the operation for all the final drives.
13
E5/1
A
14
5
B
E5/2
E 6 - REPLACE TRANSMISSION BOX OIL
Set the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine off and the oil in
the reduction gear still hot.
Place a can under drain plug “15” (Fig. E6) and allow the oil to drain
out.
Remove fill and level plug “16” (Fig. E6) to ensure that all oil drains
out.
Refit and tighten plug “15” (Fig. E6).
Fill with oil (see “LUBRICANTS” Table) through fill hole “16” (Fig. E6).
Check for any leaks from the drain plug.
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15
E6
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E 7 - EMPTY AND CLEAN FUEL TANK
Never smoke or work near a flame during these operations.
- Set the truck on a horizontal surface with the engine off.
- Control manually and visually the parts subject to losses of the
combustible (circuit and tank).
- In case of losses to contact yours agent or concessionaire.
17
Never try to carry out welding alone : that could cause an outbreak
of fire.
- Place a receptacle under drain plug “17” (Fig. E7/1) and unscrew the
plug.
- Remove drain plug “18” (Fig. E7/2).
- Allow the fuel to drain out and clean with 10 liters of clean fuel
poured through fill hole.
- Refit and tighten drain plug “17” (Fig. E7/1).
- Fill the tank with clean fuel filtered through a filter or clean cloth, then
refit plug “18” (Fig. E7/2).
- Before the starter motor is engaged, operate the lift pump for one
minute to eliminate air from the filter.
- Start the engine at low idle for two minutes.
E7/1
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E7/2
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E 8 - REPLACE ALTERNATOR BELT/CRANKSHAFT
Place the truck on a flat surface with the engine off.
Loosen the connection screw of alternator “19” and the set screw of
the belt tensioner lever “20” (Fig. E8) by 2 or 3 thread turns and rotate
the position of the alternator to loosen the tension of the belt so that it
can be removed from the pulleys.
Replace the belt with another one with similar features, (see "FILTER
ELEMENTS AND BELTS" Table), and rotate the position of the alternator to apply the correct tension on the belt.
Tighten the set screw of the belt tensioner “20” (Fig. E8) and the alternator connection screws “19” (Fig. E8).
Check the belt tension again to make sure it is still correct.
It is recommended to check the belt tension again after 20 hours of
service from when the belt was replaced (see operation no. C1).
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20
20
E8
E 9 - REPLACE TRANSMISSION HYDRAULIC
OIL VENT
Unscrew vent “21” (Fig. E9) on the oil tank and replace it with a new
one (see "FILTER ELEMENTS AND BELTS" Table).
Screw on the new vent by hand.
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E9
E 10 - CHECK TELESCOPIC BOOM PADS
FOR WEAR
For these operations, consult your agent or dealer.
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F - E V E RY 2 0 0 0 H O U R S S E R V I C E O R Y E A R LY
F 1 - CHECK ENGINE VALVE PLAY
F 2 - CHECK INJECTORS
F 3 - CHECK ALTERNATORS AND STARTER
MOTOR
F 4 - CHECK TURBO COMPRESSOR
FOR THESE OPERATIONS, CONSULT YOUR AGENT OR DEALER.
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G - OCCASIONAL OR ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
G 1 - CHECK AND REPLACE COOLING CIRCUIT
LIQUID (IF NECESSARY)
Do not drain the coolant while the engine is still hot and the system is
under pressure because dangerous hot coolant can be discharged.
Place the truck on a horizontal surface, stop the engine and leave it to
cool down.
Undo the radiator drain cap “1” (Fig. G1/1).
Undo the engine block drain cap “2” (Fig. G1/2).
Remove the radiator filler cap “3” (Fig. G1/3).
Allow the cooling circuit to empty completely, making sure that no orifices become blocked.
Check the condition and fixing of the hoses, and replace them if necessary.
Rinse out the system with clean water and use a detergent if necessary.
1
G1/1
To prevent forst damage, ensure that all of the coolant is removed from
the engine. This is important if the system is drained after it has been
flushed with water, or if an antifreeze solution too weak to protect the
system from frost has been used.
Tighten drain plugs “2” (Fig. G1/2) and “1” (Fig. G1/1) again.
Prepare the cooling fluid (see Table G1/4).
Slowly fill the cooling system until the fluid reaches 12 in. below the
filling neck.
Screw fill plug “3” (Fig. G1/3) back on again.
Leave the engine to idle for a few minutes.
Check that there are no leaks.
Check that the level is more or less at the base of the filler cap and top
up with more liquid if necessary.
G1/2
2
The engine has no anti-corrosion elements and must be filled all year
round with a mixture containing at least 25% anti-freeze.
TABLE G1/4
FREEZING POINT ACCORDING TO THE ANTIFREEZE %
Antifreeze
(SHELL ANTIFREEZE)
25%
33%
40%
50%
3
Temperature
-12%
-19%
-26%
-38%
G1/3
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G 2 - CHECK INJECTOR MAINTENANCE
A faulty atomiser must be renewed by a person who has had the correct training.
Regular maintenance of the atomisers is not necessary.
The atomiser nozzles should be renewed and not cleaned, and
renewed only if an atomiser fault occurs.
Some of the problems thet may indicate that new nozzles are needed
are listed below :
- Engine will not start or is difficult to start.
- Not enough power.
- Engine misfires or runs erratically.
- High fuel consumption.
- Black exhaust smoke.
- Engine knocks or vibration.
- Excessive engine temperature.
CONSULT YOUR AGENT OR DEALER.
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G 3 - REPLACE A WHEEL
In the event of a wheel being changed on the public highway, make
sure of the following points:
- Stop the lift truck, if possible on even and hard ground.
- To pass on stop of lift truck (See chapter : DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS
in paragraph : 1 - OPERATING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS).
- Put the warning lights on.
- Immobilise the lift truck in both directions on the axle opposite to the
wheel to be changed.
- Unlock the nuts of the wheel to be changed.
- Place the jack under the flared axle tube, as near as possible to the
wheel and adjust the jack “4” (Fig. G3/1).
- Lift the wheel until it comes off the ground and put in place the safety
support under the axle “5” (Fig. G3/2).
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G3/1
For this operation, we advise you to use the hydraulic jack and the
safety support.
- Completely unscrew the wheel nuts and remove them.
- Free the wheel by reciprocating movements and roll it to the side.
- Slip the new wheel on the wheel hub.
- Refit the nuts by hand, if necessary grease them.
- Remove the safety support and lower the lift truck with the jack.
- Tighten the wheel nuts with a torque wrench (See chapter : A - DAILY
OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE in paragraph : 3 - MAINTENANCE
for tightening torque).
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G 4 - TOW LIFT TRUCK
The lift truck can be towed at very low speeds,
for very short distances.
- Block all four wheels to prevent accidental movement of the lift truck.
- Set the reverser lever to neutral.
- Disengage the parking brake.
6
- Switch on the emergency lights.
- Deactivate the hydrostatic pump using a 10 mm hex wrench and a 6
mm Allen wrench :
a) lie down under the hydrostatic engine to identify the two “HP” limiting devices on top “6” (Fig. G4/1) and the bottom “7” (Fig. G4/2) ;
b) Identify height “X” (Fig. G4/3) on both “HP” limiting devices ;
c) Release lock nut “8” (Fig. G4/3) and slacken screws “9” (Fig. G4/3)
to reach the level of the lock nut.
G4/1
7
G4/2
9
8
G4/3
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- Deactivate the action of the “negative” parking brake using a 24 mm
hex wrench :
a) Unscrew bolts “10” (Fig. G4/4) and “11” (Fig. G4/5) on the front
axle.
b) Remove the “U” shaped shim “12” (Fig. G4/6) positioned on the
bolts.
c) Screw bolts “10” (Fig. G4/4) and “11” (Fig. G4/5) flush back in their
seats.
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- Place danger or warning notices on the steering wheel and ignition
key to indicate the lift truck status.
G4/4
- Carefully remove the blocks from the four wheels only after securing
the lift truck to the means used for towing vehicles.
- In the absence of hydraulic servo-assistance for direction and brakes,
act gradually and forcefully on these two controls. Avoid sudden,
jerky movements.
11
G4/5
12
G4/6
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REACTIVATING NEGATIVE BRAKE AND HYDROSTATIC TRANSMISSION OF THE LIFT TRUCK
- Before freeing the lift truck from the vehicle towing means, block all
the four wheels to prevent accidental movement.
- Activate the action of the “negative” parking brake using a 24 mm hex
wrench :
a) Unscrew bolts “13” (Fig. G4/7) and “14” (Fig. G4/8) on the front
axle.
b) Insert the “U” shaped shim “15” (Fig. G4/9) on the bolts.
c) Screw bolts “13” (Fig. G4/7) and “14” (Fig. G4/8) flush against the
“U” shaped shims.
13
G4/7
- The parking brake is now reactivated and the wheels are blocked.
14
G4/8
15
G4/9
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- Reactivate the hydrostatic pump using a 10 mm hex wrench and a 6
mm Allen wrench :
a) lie down under the hydrostatic motor and identify the two “HP” limiting devices on top “16” (Fig. G4/10) and the bottom “17” (Fig.
G4/11) ;
b) Release lock nut “18” (Fig. G4/12) and unscrew screw “19” (Fig.
G4/12) to bring limiting devices “HP” to height “X” (Fig. G4/12).
c) Block lock nut “18” (Fig. G4/12).
16
- The lift truck hydrostatic circuit is now activated.
G4/10
- Engage the parking brake.
- Switch off the emergency lights.
- Carefully remove the blocks from the four wheels and make sure the
parking brake works perfectly.
17
G4/11
19
18
G4/12
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G 5 - LOAD THE LIFT TRUCK
- Take into account the position of the lift truck gravity center and the
weight of the truck for lifting (Fig. G5/1).
- Place the hooks in the fastening points provided “20” (Fig. G5/2) and
“21” (Fig. G5/3).
G5/1
20
20
G5/2
21
21
G5/3
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G 6 - TRANSPORT LIFT TRUCK TO A PLATFORM
Ensure that the safety instructions connected to the platform are
respected before the loading of the lift truck and that the driver of the
means of transport is informed about the dimensions and the weight
of the lift truck (See chapter : CHARACTERISTICS in paragraph : 2 DESCRIPTION).
Ensure that the platform has got dimensions and a load capacity sufficient for transporting the lift truck. Check also the pressure on the contact surface allowable for the platform in connection with the lift truck.
For lift trucks provided with
supercharged engine, plug the outlet to prevent the turbo shaft from
turning without lubrication while the vehicle moves.
LOAD THE LIFT TRUCK
- Block the wheels of the platform.
- Fix the loading ramps so that you obtain an angle as little as possible
to lift the lift truck.
- Load the lift truck parallel to the platform.
- Stop the lift truck (See chapter : DRIVING INSTRUCTIONS in paragraph : 1 - OPERATING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS).
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STOW THE LIFT TRUCK
- Fix the chocks to the platform at the front and at the back of each
tyre (Fig. G6/1).
- Also fit chocks on the inner side of each tyre (Fig. G6/2).
- Lock the lift truck on the platform with enough resisting ropes on the
fastening points at the front of the lift truck “22” (Fig. G6/3), and in
the towing thorn “23” (Fig. G6/4)on the posterior part.
- Tighten the ropes (Fig. G6/5).
G6/1
G6/2
22
22
G6/3
G6/5
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G 7 - ADJUST HEADLIGHTS
RECOMMENDED SETTING
(As per standard ECE-76/756 76/761 ECE20)
Set to - 2% of the dipped beam in relation to the horizontal line of the
headlamp.
ADJUSTING PROCEDURE
- Place the lift truck unloaded and in the transport position and perpendicular to a white wall on flat, level ground (Fig. G7).
- Check the tyre pressures (See chapter : A5 - CHECK THE TYRE
PRESSURES AND THE WHEEL NUTS TORQUE in paragraph : 3 MAINTENANCE).
- Put the gear reverser lever in neutral and action the parking brake.
CALCULATING THE HEIGHT OF THE DIPPED BEAM (h2)
h1 = Height of the dipped beam in relation to the ground.
h2 = Height of the adjusted beam.
I = Distance between the dipped beam and the white wall.
h2 = h1 - (l x 2/100)
+%
-%
h2
-2%
h1
I
G7
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
STARTER MOTOR
The starter motor is installed on the left of the engine and no maintenance is required except cleaning and tightening of the terminals. If
the starter motor does not work properly, consult your agent or dealer.
ALTERNATOR
The alternator is installed on the left of the motor. The alternator and
regulator are designed to operate in a system polarised in one direction only, so the following precautions must be taken when working on
the battery charging circuit; otherwise, serious damage may be caused
to the electrical equipment :
A
Never operate the alternator with the circuit open; ensure that all terminals are firmly tightened.
It is important not to remove the terminals on the back of the alternator
while the engine is running, as this may damage the alternator itself.
When fitting a battery, check that the connections are correctly
polarised. It is essential for the cable marked (+) to be connected to
the positive terminal (+) of the battery and the cable marked (-) to be
connected to the negative terminal (-) on the battery, and that there is
a ground connection.
If a second battery is used to start the engine, always connect terminals of the same polarity (Fig. A). Fit a battery with the same voltage
as that installed on the truck.
If an external charger is used, always connect the (+) wire of the
charger to the (+) terminal of the battery and the (-) wire of the charger to the (-) terminal of the battery and ground connection.
Never short-circuit the alternator terminals or connect them to ground.
Never reverse the alternator connection on the battery.
Never remove or replace an electrical connection while the engine is
running.
If electric-arc welding is carried out on the truck, directly connect the
welder negative wire to the piece to be welded, to ensure that the high
voltage current cannot pass through the alternator, and then disconnect the battery.
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LIGHTNING
Blown lamps must be replaced immediately.
Do not handle a new lamp with bare or dirty hands; any trace of
grease, oil or sweat will evaporate when the lamp heats up and stain
the reflector.
Never touch or attempt to polish the reflector.
Do not open the light except to change the lamp.
BATTERY
The battery’s efficiency drops as the temperature falls, and it ceases to
function at about -40°F.
Do not attempt to use the starter motor if the battery has been
exposed to temperatures around -20°F.
In such cases, heat the battery by placing it in warm water up to 5 cm
below the caps.
In case of very low temperatures, take the battery out of the truck and
keep it in a warm room until the moment of use.
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HYDRAULIC MOVEMENT
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KEY TO HYDRAULIC MOVEMENT
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Pressur booster
Directional control valve
Valve for telescope and option control
Anti-tipping solenoid valve
Intake filter
Drain filter
Power steering unit
Load sengig
Control lever
Fan motor
Gear double pump
Hydrostatic pump
Hydraulic fluid tank
Lever brake of parking
Optional cylinder
Compensation cylinder
Tilting cylinder
Lifting cylinder
Extension cylinder
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HYDRAULIC BRAKE/STEERING
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KEY TO HYDRAULIC BRAKE/STEERING
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D.S.
ECM
F.A.
F.R.
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Directional control valve
Steering directional control valve
Valve for telescope and option control
Intake filter
Drain filter
Front axle disc brake
Parking brake
Power steering unit
Load sensig
Brake pump
Fan motor
Gear double pump
Hydrostatic pump
Brake pedal
Hydraulic fliud tank
Lever brake of parking
Brake hydraulic fliud tank
Steering cylinder
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KEY TO HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION
EVDC
F.A.
F.R.
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M.I.
P.I.
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V.I.
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Double displacement solenoid valve
Intake filter
Drain filter
Engine
Hydrostatic motor
Hydrostatic pump
Hydraulic fluid tank
Inching valve
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ATTACHMENTS
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INTRODUCTION
- The manufacturer makes available (with warranty) a vast range of accessories perfectly suited to your lifttruck.
- The accessories are supplied complete with a load diagram relating to your truck. The user manual and the
load diagram must be kept on the truck. The use of the possible accessories is subject to the instructions in
this manual.
Some specific uses require adaptation of the accessory, not included in the optionals in the catalogue.
Other solutions are possible; contact your agent or dealer for further information.
Only accessories approved and “CE” certificates by the manufacturer can be used on our lift-trucks.
The manufacturer will have no liability in case of modifications or use of accessories without his knowledge.
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GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR USE OF A LIFT-TRUCK
WHEN YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL :
CAUTION ! TAKE CARE ! YOUR SAFETY OR THAT OF THE TRUCK
IS AT STAKE.
- Follow the data provided in the load diagram. Never attempt to raise loads greater than those permitted in
the load diagrams supplied with the machine.
- Transport the load in low position with the telescopic boom fully retracted.
- Drive the truck at a speed suitable to the conditions and the state of the ground.
- When the truck is empty, travel with the telescopic boom lowered and fully retracted.
- Never go too fast or brake sharply with a load.
- When the load is lifted, check that no-one can get in the way of the operation and take care not to carry out
incorrect procedures.
- Never attempt operations which exceed the lift-truck’s capacity.
- Take care over electrical cables.
- Never leave the truck parked with a raised load.
- Never authorise anyone to approach or pass under the load.
- Always think of safety and only transport well balanced loads.
- Never leave the truck loaded with the parking brake engaged on gradients exceeding 15%.
- With the winch or equipment with a load hanging from the hook, always adopt the following precautions :
- Position the winch perpendicular to the load to be lifted.
- The empty hook must be lowered slowly (gently) since if it is operated too quickly the
cable wound round the drum may become slack, causing serious problems for the cable,
the limit stop device, etc.
- If the cable tends to become twisted around the block, release the fixed end hook, pull
the cable in the opposite direction until the twisting is eliminated, then re-connect the end
unit.
- Operate the control lever gently to prevent jerking of the load and possible problems in the winding of the
cable onto the drum.
- Raise the load vertically, avoiding swaying and slanting lifting.
- Check the cable daily; if it is worn or damaged or has even one broken strand (see ISO 4309), replace it
immediately (contact your dealer).
- Check that the hydraulic hook raising and lowering limit stop is in good working order and
that the brake holds with load applied.
- Oil the revolving part of the hook periodically.
- Check periodically that the cable is winding onto the drum correctly.
- The following accessories are not intended for systems for lifting or moving people.
- Before putting the winch or any other equipment in which the load hangs from a hook into service, report it to
the relative authority (ISPEL) in your zone for checking (for Italy only).
- Every year, remember to request your local health authority (USL) for a visit of inspection (Italy only).
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Before putting the winch into operation on the lift-truck check that the machine is compatible and that its safety
system is set appropriately for the type of winch required.
CAUTION
Incorrect setting of the safety system may put your safety at serious risk; if in doubt, do not hesitate to contact
your dealer immediately.
In view of their size, when the boom is lowered and retracted some accessories may interfere with the front
tyres and damage them if the board is tilted downward.
TO ELIMINATE THIS RISK, EXTEND THE TELESCOPIC SYSTEM FAR ENOUGH TO ELIMINATE THE
INTERFERENCE (THE DISTANCE WILL DEPEND ON THE TRUCK AND THE ACCESSORY.
The maximum loads are defined by the lift-truck’s capacity, bearing in mind the weight and centre of gravity of
the accessory. If the capacity of the accessory is below that of the lift-truck, never exceed this limit.
Before putting any type of accessory into operation on the fork-lift truck, check the machine’s
compatibility with regard to the accessory used.
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ACCESSORY WITHOUT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND MANUAL LOCKING
ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
- Check that the accessory is in a position which simplifies connection
of the snap coupling. If it is badly positioned, take the necessary
precautions to move it in the conditions of maximum safety.
- Check that the locking pin is engaged in the support provided on the
frame.
- Position the lift-truck with the boom lowered squarely in front of and
parallel to the accessory and tilt the snap coupling forward (Fig.A).
- Bring the snap coupling into position below the accessory’s connection pipe, raise the boom slightly and tilt the connection back to position the accessory (Fig.B).
- Raise the accessory off the ground for easier engagement.
MANUAL LOCKING
- Take the locking pin on the support and fix the accessory (Fig.C). Do
not forget to fit the split-pin.
Fig. A
MANUAL RELEASE
- Proceed in reverse direction to the MANUAL LOCKING procedure,
taking care to replace the locking pin in the support on the frame.
REMOVING (AND PUTTING DOWN) THE ACCESSORY
- Proceed in reverse direction to the ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
procedure, taking care to place it in a safe position on firm, flat
ground.
Fig. B
Fig. C
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ACCESSORY WITHOUT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND HYDRAULIC LOCKING (OPTIONAL)
ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
- Check that the accessory is in a position which simplifies connection
of the snap coupling. If it is badly positioned, take the necessary
precautions to move it in the conditions of maximum safety.
- Check that the rods of the locking cylinder are retracted.
- Position the lift-truck with the boom lowered squarely in front of and
parallel to the accessory and tilt the snap coupling forward (Fig. A).
- Bring the snap coupling into position below the accessory’s connection pipe, raise the boom slightly and tilt the connection back to position the accessory (Fig. B).
- Raise the accessory off the ground for easier engagement.
HYDRAULIC LOCKING AND RELEASE (OPTIONAL)
- The accessory (if any) is locked and released using the optional control (which may be operated by a push-button or using the control
lever itself, depending on the type of truck). For further information,
refer to the use and maintenance manual provided with the truck.
Fig. A
REMOVING (AND PUTTING DOWN) THE ACCESSORY
- Proceed in reverse direction to the ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
procedure, taking care to place it in a safe position on firm, flat
ground.
Fig. B
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ACCESSORY WITH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND MANUAL LOCKING (OPTIONAL)
ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
- Check that the accessory is in a position which simplifies connection
of the snap coupling. If it is badly positioned, take the necessary
precautions to move it in the conditions of maximum safety.
- Check that the locking pin is engaged in the support provided on the
frame.
- Position the lift-truck with the boom lowered squarely in front of and
parallel to the accessory and tilt the snap coupling forward (Fig. A).
- Bring the snap coupling into position below the accessory’s connection pipe, raise the boom slightly and tilt the connection back to position the accessory (Fig. B).
- Raise the accessory off the ground for easier engagement.
MANUAL LOCKING AND CONNECTION OF THE ACCESSORY
- Take the locking pin on the support and fix the accessory (Fig. C).
Do not forget to fit the split-pin.
- Switch off the engine.
- Eliminate the accessory hydraulic circuit pressure using the optional
control (refer to the “controls” pages of the use and maintenance
manual).
- Connect the snap couplings, following the description of the hydraulic
movements of the accessory.
Fig. A
Keep the snap couplings clean and protect the unused orifices with
the caps provided.
REMOVING (AND PUTTING DOWN) THE ACCESSORY
- Proceed in reverse direction to the ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
procedure, taking care to place it in a safe position on firm, flat
ground.
Fig. B
Fig. C
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ACCESSORY WITH HYDRAULIC SYSTEM AND HYDRAULIC LOCKING (OPTIONAL)
ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
- Check that the accessory is in a position which simplifies connection
of the snap coupling. If it is badly positioned, take the necessary precautions to move it in the conditions of maximum safety.
- Check that the rods of the locking cylinder are retracted.
- Position the lift-truck with the boom lowered squarely in front of and
parallel to the accessory and tilt the snap coupling forward (Fig. A).
- Bring the snap coupling into position below the accessory’s connection pipe, raise the boom slightly and tilt the connection back to position the accessory (Fig. B).
- Raise the accessory off the ground for easier engagement.
HYDRAULIC LOCKING AND RELEASE (OPTIONAL)
- The accessory (if any) is locked and released using the optional control (which may be operated by a push-button or using the control
lever itself, depending on the type of truck). For further information,
refer to the use and maintenance manual provided with the truck.
Fig. A
Remember to decompress the optional circuit whenever
an extra accessory is to be connected to or
disconnected from the lift-truck; this will simplify the
engagement and disengagement of the snap
couplings on the end of the boom.
Fig. B
REMOVING (AND PUTTING DOWN) THE ACCESSORY
- Proceed in reverse direction to the ENGAGING THE ACCESSORY
procedure, taking care to place it in a safe position on firm, flat
ground.
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USING THE FEM TYPE FORK-HOLDER
PICKING UP THE ACCESSORY
- Check to make sure the accessory is in a position to facilitate connection of the quick-release coupling. If it is not oriented correctly,
take the precautions necessary to shift it to maximum safety conditions.
- Check to make sure the check pin is inserted in the support provided
on the chassis.
- Position the lift truck with the boom lowered in front and parallel to
the accessory and incline the quick-release coupling forwards
(Fig.A).
- Bring the quick-release coupling under the accessory coupling tube,
raise the boom slightly and incline the coupling backwards to position the accessory (Fig.B).
- Disengage the accessory from the ground to facilitate blockage.
- Check to make sure that the safety screw is present and blocked
perfectly on the fork-holder (Fig.C).
Fig. A
MANUAL BLOCK
- Take the check pin on the support and block the accessory.
Remember to fit the split pin (Fig.D).
MANUAL RELEASE
- Repeat the MANUAL BLOCK procedure in reverse order taking care
to refit the check pin in the support on the chassis.
REMOVING (AND PLACING) THE ACCESSORY
- Repeat the ACCESSORY PICKUP procedure in reverse order, taking
care to place it in a safe position on compact, level ground.
Fig. B
Fig. C
Fig. D
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ADJUSTING THE OPENING OF THE FORKS
- Raise the lever of the forks check pin (Fig. A).
- Move the forks manually to the required operating width.
- Lower the check pin rod (Fig. B) and move the forks until they are
inserted in the locking notch present on the fork carriage (Fig. C).
When lifting loads with the lift truck, first check to make sure the fork
check pin is inserted in the notch present on the fork carriage.
Fig. A
PERIODIC INSPECTION OF THE FORKS
- Check the thickness at the fork heel to make sure it is not less than
90% of the original thickness, which, for forks with constant section,
corresponds to the shoulder thickness (see ISO standard 5057).
- Check for permanent deformation or alignment defects, if any, in conformity to ISO standard 5057. The difference in height of the tips
must be less than 3% of the length of the horizontal part of the fork.
The permanent deformations must be checked by checking the
angle or diagonal between the fork tip and shoulder.
- Visually check the forks to make sure there are no cracks near the
heel or the fork hook. In case of doubt, proceed with penetrant liquid
testing. Repairs, if any, are only permitted is carried out in conformity
with the indications of ISO standard 5057 and documented accordingly.
Fig. B
Fig. C
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DISASSEMBLING THE FORKS
- Remove the fork safety screw from the fork-holder (Fig. A). - Shift the
fork manually towards the centre of the fork-holder, lift it manually by
the tip and position it slightly away from the centre on the side, resting it on the lower guide (Fig. B). - Lower the boom and slew it forwards to rest the forks on the ground and detach them from the forkholder upper guide (Fig. C).
ATTENTION DANGER
Take great care to prevent the forks from falling to the side.
Fig. A
Fig. B
Fig. C
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ASSEMBLING THE FORKS
- Position the lift truck in such a manner that the forks are in front,
aligned longitudinally to the truck (Fig. A).
- Incline the fork-holder forwards, push against the forks and then
hook them in the upper guide by slewing the boom backwards and
raising it (Fig. B).
- With the forks raised off the ground, move them manually towards
the centre of the fork-holder to insert them in the lower guide and
then move them outwards to the required operating width (Fig. C),
making sure that they are inserted correctly in the upper and lower
guides.
- Fit the fork safety screw in the fork-holder, blocking it by means of
the lock nut (Fig. D).
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Fig. A
Fig. B
Fig. C
Fig. D
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