TORNADO® INDUSTRIES

TORNADO® INDUSTRIES
 TORNADO® INDUSTRIES
7401 W. LAWRENCE AVENUE
CHICAGO, IL 60706
(708) 867-5100 FAX (708) 867-6968
www. tornadovac.com
& Tornado’ |
Operation & Maintenance Manual
For Commercial / Industrial Use Only
Tornado
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FLOORKEEPER F/K 3000
(Series A)
. L9430A BIT 9/99 FOR COMMERCIAL USE ONLY
©2000 Tornado®Industries, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Table of Contents
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Features:
«Utilizes patent pending frameless rotomolded construction for reduced weight and compo-
nent count, ease of maintenance and longer running times.
“Infinitely adjustable solution flowrate control to use precisely the amount of solution required
regardless of tank fill level, designed to save solution cost.
‘Equipped with 3/4 hp transaxle, lifetime lubricated and sealed for maintenance free opera-
tion. Transaxle is digitally controlled to give smooth, efficient operation.
Connected with a stop button that cuts power to the entire machine. When pressed, this
button can stop a fully loaded machine moving at full speed virtually instantaneously.
Connected with a three position vacuum switch: manual for stationary tool recovery, off all
the time to save battery life when double scrubbing, and auto to tum the vacuum on with
. the transaxle for automatic hands free operation. a. | a
Tornado F/K 3000
Unit Specifications
ITEM F/K 3000 (Model 94300)
TRANSAXLE 3/4 HP, DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE, LIFETIME SEALED
VACUUM 1 HP, 3-STAGE BYPASS
PUMP IMPELLER TYPE, 1.7 GAL/MIN
BRUSH MOTORS 3/4 HP DRIVE (2)
BRUSH ACTUATOR 450 LB. THRUST, LIFETIME SEALED
CHARGER INPUT - 120 V AC, 10 AMP / OUTPUT - 36 VOLT DC, 20 AMP
BATTERIES 12 VOLT, 215 AMP-HOUR (WET) 3 REQUIRED
Model No. 99430 Design Patent Issued on November 23, 1999 (Patent No. 417,045)
Tornado® Standard Warranty Program*
10 Years: All plastic tanks and rotationally-molded bodies
2 Years: Parts and Labor on all Tornado and Tornado/Karcher cleaning equipment **
1 Year: Warranty on batteries, one full year, not pro-rated.
Warranties do not cover components subject to normal wear or abuse and misuse, and have other lim-
itations not specified here. For full details, contact your Authorized Tornado Distributor, Service Cen-
ter, or the Tornado Technical Service Department.
* Effective January 1%, 2000. Terms subject to change without notice.
** WindshearTM Blower-Dryer, Insulation Blowers, CW 50, CW 100, and Duo Upright Carpetkeepers™ are warranted for
1 (one) year for parts and labor.
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safety Instructions
When using this machine, basic precautions should always be followed. Read all instructions
before using this machine.
A WARNING:To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or injury: |
Turn off all controls, unplug from power source and allow unit to cool down before attempting
any maintenance or adjustment. Turn off and disconnect battery clip when not in use.
Do not expose to rain or submerge in water. Store indoors. Do not use pressurized water to
clean machine. Do not use machine on stairs.
Do not allow to be used as a toy. This machine is to be used by aduits only.
Use only as described in this manual.
If machine does not appear to be working properly or has been dropped, left outdoors,
submerged, or damaged in any way, refer to the troubleshooting steps detailed in this manual.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from openings and moving parts.
Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked. Keep openings free
of dust, lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
Do not pick up anything with this machine that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes,
matches, or hot ashes.
Do not pick up flammable: or combustible liquids, such as gasoline or petroleum solvents, or
use machine where they may be present.
When using the charger supplied with this machine, do not handle cord or plug with wet hands.
Unroll the charger AC power cord before plugging it into.a grounded outlet. Do not pull or carry
by cord, use cord as handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners.
Do not run machine over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
Check power cord for signs of crushing, cutting or heat damage. If replacement of plug or cord
is needed, use only identical replacement parts.
Keep all connections dry and off the ground. Do not allow electrical cords to contact water. Do
not use extension cords with this product. Do not unplug charger by pulling on cord. To unplug,
grasp plug, not cord.
Any repairs performed on this machine should be done by Breuer/Tornado Authorized Service
Personnel. ВЕ
Do not operate the unit when fatigued or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage/injury caused to persons or
property because of improper procedures used which are not specified in this manual.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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lll WARNING:Failure to adhere to any of the instructions provided in
this manual could result in serious bodily injury or
gg property damage.
BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE:
Read this manual completely before attempting to operate machine. This manual has important information for the use
and safe operation of the machine. Keep this manual on file and handy. If additional information is needed, please
contact your local distributor or contact us at:
TORNADO INDUSTRIES (708) 867-5100
7401 W. LAWRENCE AVE. Fax: (708) 867-6968
CHICAGO, IL 60706 tornadovac.com
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
The charger supplied with this machine must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for electrical current to reduce the risk of electric
shock. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and
grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
WARNING: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or service person if you are in doubt as to whether the outlet is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance; if it will not fit the outlet, have
a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. This appliance is for use on a nominal 120-volt cir-
cuit, and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in sketch A. A temporary adapter
that looks like the adapter illustrated in sketches B and C may be used to connect this plug to a 2-
pole receptacle as shown in sketch B if a properly grounded outlet is not available. The temporary
adapter should be used only until a properly grounded outlet (sketch A) can be installed by a quali-
fied electrician. The green-colored rigid ear, lug or the like, extending from the adapter must be con-
nected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box cover. Whenever the adapter
Is used, it must be held in place by a metal screw.
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Operation Guidlines
NOTE: READ ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS IN
THIS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE
NORMAL DAILY OPERATION
1. Disconnect the Floorkeeper from the battery
charger. Unplug charger from wall outlet.
2. Install brushes or pad drivers by placing the pad
drivers directly under the brush motor and pull-
ing straight up. The brushes will snap into place
when aligned correctly. Do not touch brushes
without making sure the system connector is
disconnected!
3. Connect the system connector to the batteries
(photo 1).
4. Close the Floorkeeper by pressing the gas
spring cover and lowering the recovery tank
(photo 2).
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5. Install the solution tank cover and recovery tank
sight glass (photo 3).
6. Adjust the brush skirt by loosening the two
knobs and positioning the skirt so that it is just
above the length off the brush bristles or pads
(photo 4). Tighten the two knobs.
7. Turn the Floorkeeper on by inserting the key in
the keyswitch and turning to the “ON” position
as shown (photo 5).
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8. Completely raise the brushes off the floor by
pressing the brush switch as shown. The switch
lamp will glow red when the brushes are com-
pletely raised.
9. Shut off the solution flow by tuming the solution
control knob fully counterclockwise.
10. Shut off the vacuum by setting the vacuum
switch to the center "OFF" position (photo 6).
11. Raise the squeegee off the floor by lifting the y 2 EE a HE a
handle as shown (photo 7). BE т BE a
12. Move the Floorkeeper to an open area free of
obstructions to test machine function and famil-
larize yourself with its operation.
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The two black levers contro! Floorkeeper HANDLE À
speed. Lightly squeeze the levers for slow
speed, fully squeeze the levers for maximum В
speed. The maximum speed can be set at any ‘: SOLUTION FILL
time during operation. Turn the speed knob Eu
clockwise for faster (rabbit) or counterclockwise
for slower (turtle) speeds.
The Floorkeeper can be driven in reverse by
pressing either of the two reverse buttons.
Maximum reverse speed is factory set to 60%
of maximum forward speed. Reverse speed is
controlled the same way as forward speed by
squeezing either of the black levers (photo 8).
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The STOP button will completely shut off all
motors and electrical components when
pressed. Restart the Floorkeeper by pulling
the STOP button.
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13. Fill the solution tank with cleaning solution by
opening the solution tank sight glass as shown
(photo 9). os
14. Fill the machine as high as the top of the sight
tube on the rear of the machine (photo 9).
15. Do not put powdered or granular cleaning
rn ER agents in the solution tank! Liquid solutions
5 re al o a must be used at all times.
16. Replace the solution tank sight glass.
17. Lower the brushes until they just touch the floor
by pressing the brush switch. 5
> a 18. Set the solution flow by turning the solution |
| knob in the + direction. Tuming the knob in the
- direction will decrease solution flowrate; tumn-
ing the knob completely in the - direction will
stop the solution flow.
19. Turn the vacuum to the "AUTO" position by
pressing the vacuum switch.
20. Lower the squeegee to the floor by lowering
the handle.
21. Begin scrubbing by lightly squeezing the black
aa levers. The Floorkeeper should now be laying
E RSS solution on the floor, scrubbing the dirt into
SE suspension, and vacuuming the dirty solution
‘off the floor into the recovery tank leaving the
floor completley dry. When the Floorkeeper
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stops moving, the brush motors, pump, and
vacuum will come to a complete stop automati-
cally after a two second delay.
* Adjust the Floorkeeper speed by turning the
speed knob.
+ Adjust the solution by tuming the solution knob.
For best operation, use just enough solution to
clean the floor. This will lower current draw on
the batteries and extend both battery life and lon-
gevity.
* Adjust the brush pressure by pressing the brush
switch. The switch lamp will glow red when the
brushes are completely lowered for maximum
pressure (photo 10).
22.
23.
Brush pressure is shown on the brush pressure
gage. For cleaning a lightly soiled floor, use
light pressure. For heavily soiled surfaces, use
more pressure.
For best operation, use just enough pressure to
clean the floor. This will lower current draw on
the batteries to extend both battery runtime and
longevity. -
Adjust the brush skirt as shown previously
(photo 4). For best operation, the skirt shouid
be readjusted periodically to compensate for
brush or pad wear.
The battery gage reads the current battery
charge level. Stop operation and place the
machine on charge when the battery gage
reads a level of 6.
The vacuum switch lamp will glow red and the
vacuum will shut off when the recovery tank is
full.
24. To drain recovery tank, raise the drain hose
above the water level in recovery tank (photo
11) . Remove drain hose plug and lower the
drain hose over a floor drain.
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25. To drain solution tank remove the ball plug while
hose is in the upnght position. Lower the hose
over a floor drain, allowing tank to drain itself
(photo 12).
26. Replace the drain hose plug and hose after solu-
tion tank has been drained.
ADVANCED OPERATION
DOUBLE SCRUB
The Floorkeeper can be used to double scrub
heavily soiled floors. Operate the machine as
usual but raise the squeegee off the floor and
turn the vacuum to off. The Floorkeeper will
- leave the floor completely wet allowing the solu-
tion to soak.
Wait several minutes and then go over the area
a second time, lowering the squeegee, turning
the vacuum switch to "AUTO", and completely
“raising the brushes. The Floorkeeper should
now vacuum the dirty solution off the floor into
the recovery tank, leaving the floor clean and
dry.
The Fioorkeeper can also be used for flood
disaster recovery by following this last step.
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STATIONARY OPERATION
When outfitted with tools (optional), the Floor-
o В keeper can reach under furniture to recover
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Fa. | | Tum the Floorkeeper on and tum the vacuum
‘switch to "ON". The vacuum will be on for sta-
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AT THE END OF EACH CLEANING
OPERATION:
* Completely drain the recovery tank. Open the
recovery tank and rinse the inside of the
recovery tank with fresh water. Leave the lid
off to allow the tank to dry.
* Completely drain the solution tank. Position
the drain hose plug over a floor drain.
* Clean squeegee blades with a damp cloth.
* Raise the recovery tank to provide access to
the batteries.
* Unplug the system connector from the battery
connector. Plug the charger connector into
the battery connector. The charger should
emit a loud ‘click.’ (photo 13).
* Plug the AC charger cord into a properly
grounded 110V outlet. Verify that the charger
~ 1s operating correctly by observing the amp-
meter. Allow the batteries to charge overnight.
The charger will shut itself off when charging
is complete.
Note: If charging stops for any reason, reset the
charger electronics by unplugging the AC
charger cord, then the DC Charger cord. After 5
seconds, reconnect the DC connector first, then
plug in the AC charger cord.
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Always observe the following personal safety precautions when working with lead
acid batteries.
A. Someone should be within range of your voice and close enough to come to your aid
when you work on battery operated machinery, such as your Floorkeeper.
B. Have plenty of fresh running water, soap, or baking soda nearby in case battery acid con-
tacts skin, eyes, or clothing.
C. Wear complete eye protection and clothing protection.
D. If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap and water or baking
soda and water. If acid contacts eyes, immediately flood eyes with cold running water for
at least ten minutes and get professional medical attention as soon as possible.
E. Never smoke or allow sparks or flame in the vicinity of batteries. Batteries give off hydro-
gen gas while charging. To prevent an explosive condition, always charge batteries | ina
well ventilated area.
F. Use caution when using metal tools around batteries. Only use tools with an insulating
coating in good condition to prevent short circuits.
G. Remove personal effects such as rings, watches, bracelets, etc. when working on battery
operated machinery. Rings or watches can cause a short circuit, which will throw sparks
to cause an explosion hazard and produce enough heat to cause a severe burn.
‘H. Never charge a frozen battery. Charging a frozen battery may result in explosion.
l. Always disconnect the AC supply cord from its outlet and the DC connector from the bat-
tery before attempting any maintenance or cleaning of the batteries or battery operated
equipment.
THE FOLLOWING CAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES MUST BE OBSERVED TO MAXIMIZE
BA TTERY LIFE:
« New batteries should be given a full charge before they are fi rst used because it is difficult to
determine how long the batteries have been stored.
* Limit the use of new batteries to two hours for the first five charge/discharge cycles. New bat-
teries are not capable of their rated output until approximately thirty charge/discharge cycles.
* Do not excessively discharge batteries. Observe the battery charge gage and discontinue
operation when gage reads low. Excessive discharge can cause polarity reversal of individual
cells, resulting in complete battery failure shortly thereafter.
+ Check the level of electrolyte in batteries weekly. Maintain the proper electrolyte level by add-
ing distilled water as necessary. Add water to cover the tops of the lead plates 7a" to 7.
* Do not overfill batteries.
* Clean tops of batteries with a clean cloth wetted with ammoniated window cleaner (Wi ndex o
or equivalent). Dry batteries with a fresh cloth.
* Old batteries will require more frequent additions of water than newer batteries.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
THE FOLLOWING CAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES
SHOULD BE OBSERVED TO INSTALL BATTERIES:
CAUTION
Batteries and Floorkeeper components are
heavy. Use two (2) people to lift in position to
avoid injury ( see photo 14).
* Completely drain the recovery tank.
* Disconnect the vacuum motor connector, gas
spring bracket, float switch connectors, and
recovery hose (photo 15).
* Verify the position of the battery to battery jumpers.
* With an assistant, remove the three cotter pins and
three clevis pins on the recovery tank assembly. Set
the recovery tank assembly aside (photo 16).
* With an assistant, load the batteries in one at atime.
Locate the batteries so that the positive terminals
are on the hinge side of the machine.
* Connect the batteries in the exact configuration as
the old batteries. Place battery terminal protectors
over posts. Check for +36 volts in the proper polar-
ity at the connector.
* Reinstall the recovery tank assembly and othecom-
ponents in the reverse order of removal.
* Turn on the Floorkeeper and check for proper
operation.
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MAINTENANCE
Squeegee Blade Rotation and Replacement:
A. If the squeegee blade is worn or ripped, raise the squeegee assembly and remove the 14 wing nuts
(refer to figure below) and tow bolts on the rear of the squeegee housing. Then remove the metal
support strip.
B. Remove the rubber squeegee blade. This blade has four working edges. If the front bottom edge is
-wom, move the left side of the blade to the right side of the housing. This will reverse the blade to
provide a new working edge. If both bottom edges are worn or if the rubber is torn, turn the squee-
gee blade upside down. The inverted blade now has two new working edges.
C. Place the metal squeegee support strip into position. Replace the 14 wing nuts and two bolts on
rear of the squeegee housing. Do not tighten these wing nuts excessively as this will wrinkle the
squeegee blade and cause streaking during recovery. For best results, always keep the squeegee
blade edge straight.
FRONT BLADE
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PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION
Floorkeeper completely inopera-
tive
* System connector not connected to batteries.
Connect as detailed in Step 3 of this manual.
* Batteries discharged.
Charge and service the batteries as detailed in Step 32
& 33 of this manual.
+ Circuit breakers tripped due to overload.
Wait several minutes, reset circuit breakers then
resume operation. |
+ Stop button pushed.
Pull button to run.
» Keyswitch set to "OFF".
Turn key to "ON".
* Faulty components or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
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Floorkeeper moves forward but
not reverse
* Squeegee in up position.
Lower squeegee.
* Faulty components or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
Floorkeeper does not move for-
ward or reverse
* Batteries discharged.
Charge and service the batteries as mentioned above.
* Circuit breakers tripped due to overload.
Wait several minutes, reset circuit breaker, then
resume operation.
* Faulty components or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
Floorkeeper pulls to one side
* One (not both) brush motor inoperative.
Faulty brush motor or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
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TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION
Vacuum motor does not operate « Circuit breaker tripped due to overload.
Wait several minutes, reset circuit breaker then
resume operation
* Vacuum switch in "OFF" position.
Move switch to MAN" or "AUTO" position.
« Recovery tank full.
Drain recovery tank as detailed in Step 24 of this manual.
< Faulty vacuum motor or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
Inoperative vacuum, brush * Brushes in "up" position.
motors, and solution pump Lower brushes
* Circuit breakers tripped due to overload.
Wait several minutes, reset circuit breakers then
> resume operation. |
+ Faulty components motor or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
Vacuum motor operates, but « Recovery tank cover is loose or missing
there is little or no suction at Tighten or replace.
squeegee
» Recovery hose is loose or disconnected.
Connect or tighten.
» Blockage in recovery hose.
Clear blockage by backflushing with garden hose.
. + Blockage à in squeegee throat.
Clear blockage with screwdriver or similar instrument.
» Blockage on vacuum motor intake screen. |
Clear blockage with wet cloth.
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TROUBLESHOOTING HINTS
PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND CORRECTIVE ACTION
Brush motors do not operate * Circuit breaker tripped due to overload.
Reduce brush motor load by reducing brush pressure,
increasing solution, or changing to a less aggressive
pad. Wait several minutes, reset circuit breaker then
resume operation.
* Brushes in "up" position.
Lower brushes.
* Faulty brush motor or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
Inadequate run time + Excessive brush pressure.
Reduce brush pressure as detailed in Step 21 of this manual.
+ Improper charging and/or battery maintenance.
Charge/service batteries as instructed in this manual.
* Old batteries.
Batteries have a finite useful life. Replace batteries
periodically.
Faulty charger.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
Inadequate solution flow at * Solution tank empty.
brushes Fill solution tank.
* Circuit breaker tripped due to overload.
Walt several minutes, then resume operation.
* Solution hoses blocked or kinked.
Inspect and correct problem.
—* Solution knob turned off. -
~ Turn solution knob fully clockwise.
+ Faulty pump or circuitry.
Consult authorized Tornado Service Center.
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2.
. Clean the squeegee with a wet cloth to remove grit and grime.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULES
Warning: Failure to follow preventative maintenance schedules will void warranty.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
Clean the vacuum intake screen with a wet cloth to remove debris from screen.
Check the battery fluid levels. Add distilled water to cover the cells to a 14" depth.
Rinse both the solution and recovery tanks with fresh water. Completely drain both tanks and leave
the covers off to allow air to circulate and prevent bacterial growth and odors.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
PERFORM ALL OF THE ABOVE, AND IN ADDITION THE FOLLOWING:
1.
2.
3.
Lubricate the pivot bearing and the axle bearing of both casters with Lubriplate 930-2 grease.
Remove both brushes or pad drivers and remove any string, tape, or other debris. Reinstall the
brushes or pad drivers on the opposite brush motor they were removed from. That is, swap them left
for right. Brushes and pad drivers can take a set if continuously rotated in the same direction, chang-
ing the direction of rotation will extend their life.
Inspect the squeegee blade and rotate blades if necessary.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
PERFORM ALL OF THE ABOVE, AND IN ADDITION THE FOLLOWING:
1.
Perform a thorough check of the entire machine, inspecting wires and connectors for signs of wear
and corrosion. Find and remedy the cause of the fault and replace parts as necessary.
Clean the batteries as described in the “Battery Information” section of this manual and inspect cables
for corrosion and heat damage.
. Lubricate moving parts with Lubriplate 930-2 grease.
YEARLY MAINTENANCE
1. Inspect vacuum motor, brush motors, and transaxle motor brushes. Replace as needed.
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NOTES:
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Common Service Parts
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ITEM # DESCRIPTION PART #
1 BUMPER 19946
2 SIGHT GLASS -6” 19697
3 SIGHT GLASS -4” 19721
4 BLADE - SQUEEGEE REAR 30544
5 BLADE - SQUEEGEE FRONT 30543
6 WHEEL & TIRE - FOAM FILLED 19955
7 CASTER, SWIVEL 18773
8 BRUSH MOTOR (2 REQUIRED) 19930
ITEMS NOT SHOWN:
VACUUM MOTOR 19930
CABLE - BATTERY, JUMPER 19420
STRAP - BUMPER 19947
COUPLER - BRUSH 19579
BRUSH - GRIT 16" (L/R-30") 99173
BRUSH - POLY.16" (L/R-30") 99172
PAD DRIVER -2 PC. (16") 99154
BATTERY CHARGER - 36V/20A 99537
BATTERY - 12V/215AH (WET) 99512
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