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WEILER P385B PAVER
P385B PAVER
Operator’s and Maintenance Manual
April, 2016
S/N 2000 – UP
Part # 36550
WEILER P385B PAVER
DEALER INFORMATION
Dealer Name ________________________________________________________________________________
Address
________________________________________________________________________________
City
________________________________________________________________________________
State
________________________________________________________________________________
ZIP / Post Code ______________________________________________________________________________
Country
________________________________________________________________________________
Phone
________________________________________________________________________________
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Customer Name______________________________________________________________________________
Address
________________________________________________________________________________
City
________________________________________________________________________________
State
________________________________________________________________________________
ZIP / Post Code ______________________________________________________________________________
Country
________________________________________________________________________________
Phone
________________________________________________________________________________
MACHINE IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
Machine Manufacturing Date ___________________________________________________________________
Machine Model Number __P385B _______________________________________________________________
Machine Serial Number _______________________________________________________________________
Engine Model Number___C3.4B T4 Final _________________________________________________________
Engine Serial Number _________________________________________________________________________
WEILER P385B PAVER
RECEIVING AND DELIVERY REPORT
DEALER PREP
Check and perform the following:
General
____ Check machine for shipping damage or shortage.
____ Check that all optional and loose items are included with machine.
____ Check that all safety signs and control decals are not damaged.
____ Check that the Operator’s and Maintenance Manual is attached to machine.
____ Check neutral start system and engine stop operations.
____ Check for fluid leaks. If leak is found, correct leak and check component fluid level.
Engine/Drivetrain
____ Check fuel and DEF levels.
____ Check oil level.
____ Check coolant level.
Hydraulics
____ Check oil level.
____ Check for proper function.
DELIVERY
Check and perform the following with the operator/customer:
Machine
____ Review all sections of this Operator’s and Maintenance Manual.
____ Fill out Dealer, Customer, and Machine information sections in this manual.
Review of Operation
____ Overall explanation and demonstration of how the machine works.
____ Explain machine and operator safety.
____ Preparing machine for operation.
Dealer Prep
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WEILER P385B PAVER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY
MAINTENANCE
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
Safety Symbol Explanation. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
Check Laws and Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4
Fire Extinguisher. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4
General Safety Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5
Safety Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6
Safety Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Machine - Grease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Maintenance Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Every 10 Hours or Daily . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Every 50 Hours or Weekly . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-19
Initial 100 Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-21
Every 100 Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-22
Every 250 Hours or Monthly . . . . . . . . . . . 4-28
Every 500 Hours or Annually . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
Every 1000 Hours or Annually . . . . . . . . . . 4-39
Every 1500 Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-40
Every 3000 Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-41
As Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-41
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-53
GENERAL INFORMATION
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
Introduction to this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
Machine Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Operator Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
Electronic Display Navigation . . . . . . . . . . .2-36
OPERATION
Personal Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Fault Codes
Mount and Dismount Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1 Electronic Display Error Description . . . . . . 5-1
Before Each Use Pre-Starting Inspection. . .3-2 Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes5-2
Machine Starting Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
Cold Weather Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
Machine Shutdown Procedure . . . . . . . . . . .3-6 Schematics
Roading the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7 Electrical Schematics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1
Paving Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-10
Machine Clean Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-20
Machine Transporting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-22
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SECTION 1: SAFETY
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SAFETY MESSAGES
Safety
General safety messages appear in the Safety Messages section. Specific safety messages are located
in appropriate sections of the manual where a potential hazard may occur if the instructions or
procedures are not followed.
Personal Safety
A signal word “DANGER”, “WARNING”, or “CAUTION” is used with the safety alert symbol.
Safety signs with signal word “DANGER”, “WARNING”, or “CAUTION” are located near specific
hazards.
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result
in minor or moderate injury.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol is used in combination with an
exclamation mark or other symbols to alert you to the potential for bodily
injury or death.
Machine or Property Damage
The signal word ˆNOTICE˜ is not used with a safety alert symbol and is followed by specific
instructions.
Decals with the signal word ˆNOTICE˜ are located near specific areas where machine or property
damage may occur.
NOTICE indicates information considered important, but not hazard
related. It is used to inform about possible machine and/or property damage.
Safety Messages
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SAFETY SYMBOL EXPLANATION
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Read Operator’s Manual and safety signs before operating machine.
Safety
Check machine before operating. Machine must be in good operating
condition and all safety equipment installed and functioning properly.
Wear personal protective equipment (PPE). Dress properly. Wear closefitting clothing and confine long hair. Avoid jewelry, such as rings,
wristwatches, necklaces, or bracelets. Refer to “Personal Protective
Equipment” in the Operator’s and Maintenance sections of the manual for
additional requirements.
Keep spectators away.
Follow the Shutdown Procedure before inspecting, fueling, cleaning,
transporting, lubricating, repairing, or servicing machine. Refer to
Shutdown Procedure for instructions.
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Safety Symbol Explanation
Contact with moving parts can cause death or serious injury.
• Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from power-driven parts.
• Wear close-fitting clothing and confine long hair. Avoid wearing jewelry,
such as rings, wristwatches, necklaces, or bracelets.
• Keep all shields and guards in place and properly secured.
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) may cause eye irritation and can be moderately
irritating to the skin. Exposure to decomposition products may cause a
health hazard. Serious effects may be delayed following exposure.
DEF is not expected to produce significant adverse health effects when the
recommended instructions for use are followed.
• Do not breathe DEF vapor or mist.
• Do not eat, drink, or smoke when using DEF.
• Avoid DEF contact with eyes, skin, and clothing.
• Wash thoroughly after handling DEF.
Safety Symbol Explanation
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Safety
Pressurized fluid can penetrate body tissue and result in death or serious
injury. Leaks can be invisible. Keep away from any suspected leak. Relieve
pressure in the hydraulic system before searching for leaks, disconnecting
hoses, or performing any other work on the system. If you must pressurize
the system to find a suspected leak, use an object such as a piece of wood or
cardboard rather than your hands. When loosening a fitting where some
residual pressure may exist, slowly loosen the fitting until oil begins to leak.
Wait for leaking to stop before disconnecting the fitting. Fluid injected under
the skin must be removed immediately by a surgeon familiar with this type
of injury.
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CHECK LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Know and obey all federal, state, and local laws and regulations to apply to your work situation.
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Safety
FIRE EXTINGUISHER
Mount a fire extinguisher (not supplied with machine) on
the tool tray, readily accessible from the ground.
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Check Laws and Regulations
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The following safety rules are important for safe operation of the machine. Remember that no amount
of safety rules or safety equipment can make the operation of any machine safe, unless operator
follows the rules and uses the safety equipment. An alert, properly trained and safety-conscious
operator is key to the safe operation of any machine. Safety decals located on the machine contain
important and useful information that will help you operate equipment safely.
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GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Safety
• Only responsible persons, delegated to do so, should operate any machine.
• Be sure safety shields and guards are in place and in good condition before starting the
machine.
• Check to see that all personnel are clear of the machine before starting.
• Place all control levers and switches in NEUTRAL or OFF position when shutting the machine
down. Be sure all control levers and switches are in NEUTRAL or OFF position before starting
the engine.
• When parking the machine for the night, provide the appropriate lighting and marking if the
machine is adjacent to a roadway or a construction area where work is in progress.
• The operator should not leave the operator’s platform when the engine is running.
• Stay clear of the tracks, conveyors, augers, and stay out of hopper when the engine is running.
• Keep the machine clean. The process of cleaning may reveal loose bolts, leaking hydraulic lines,
loose fittings or other trouble spots. Keeping the machine clean helps prevent premature failure.
• Always keep the operator’s platform clean and free from asphalt, grease, oil, rags, and loose
tools to help prevent slipping and falling.
• Before cleaning, adjusting or servicing the machine, shut engine down and place all controls and
switches in neutral or off position. Lower all attachments, or securely support raised components. A variation of the above procedure may be used if instructed within this manual.
• Refuel the machine only with the engine off. Never smoke or have an open flame in area when
refueling.
• Refill or check the coolant only when the engine is off and the coolant is cool. Turn cap slowly to
the first stop to relieve the pressure before removing the cap.
• Before starting or continuing operation, correct or report any mechanical deficiency that may
cause further damage.
• Make no modifications to the machine unless specifically requested by Weiler.
Failure to follow any of the safety instructions within this manual could
result in death or serious injury. This machine is to be used only for those
purposes for which it was intended as explained in this manual.
General Safety Rules
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SAFETY DECALS
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Safety
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Safety Decals
Safety
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Read Operator’s and Maintenance Manual and safety signs before operating or
servicing machine.
Shut off engine and remove key before servicing.
Unexpected conveyor start-up may result in entanglement or falling.
Never enter hopper when engine is running.
Safety Decals
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Contact with moving parts can crush or cut.
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Shut off engine and wait for all motion to stop before working on machine.
Keep all guards and shields in place during operation.
Safety
Hot fluid under pressure can scald.
Allow engine to cool before opening coolant cap.
Slippery surfaces may cause you to fall.
Keep walkways and platforms clean.
Electrical shock / high voltage hazard.
Shut off generator and engine before working on 240 VAC electrical system
for screed heaters.
Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials
away from battery. Battery explosion can blind. Acid can blind and burn.
Tools and cable clamps can make sparks.
Do not smoke. Shield eyes and face.
Fuel and fumes can explode and burn.
Shut off engine before refueling. No flame. No smoking.
Crush hazard.
Keep feet away from screed.
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Safety Decals
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Pinch points can crush fingers and hands.
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Keep hands away from moving parts.
Safety
Falling hopper wings or screed can crush.
Engage locks before working under raised components.
Contact with rotating shaft can cause entanglement.
Keep shield in place during operation.
Push beam can crush legs.
Do not stand between push beam and paver frame.
Read Operator’s and Maintenance Manual and safety signs before operating
machine.
Screed extensions can crush.
Keep clear.
Entanglement in rotating augers can crush or cut off hands and feet.
Stay away from rotating augers. Keep auger guards in place during
operation. Shut off engine and remove key when servicing or cleaning
augers.
Safety Decals
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SECTION 2: GENERAL INFORMATION
INTENDED USE
Always use the machine in accordance with the instructions contained in this Operator’s and
Maintenance Manual, safety signs on the machine, and other material provided by Weiler.
Proper maintenance and repair is essential for safety, and for efficient operation of the machine.
Do not use the machine if it is not in suitable operating condition.
INTRODUCTION TO THIS MANUAL
This manual provides correct procedures for operating and maintaining the machine.
Read this manual carefully before operating the machine and keep it in the manual holder on the
machine for future reference. If at any time a question arises concerning the equipment or
procedures, contact an authorized Weiler dealer. Factory trained personnel, genuine replacement
parts and the necessary equipment are available for all service requirements.
This machine has been designed and built to give outstanding performance and ease of operation
under a variety of conditions. To maintain the machine and ensure trouble-free operation, the routine
maintenance as specified in this manual must be carried out at the recommended intervals. Prior to
delivery, the machine was carefully inspected at the factory and by your dealer.
All information in this manual is based on the latest information available at time of publication.
Dimensions and weight are approximate and the illustrations may not show the equipment in
standard configuration. This machine may have product improvements and features not yet
contained in this manual.
Weiler reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice or obligation.
Intended Use
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General Information
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A P385B Asphalt Paver typically uses bulk asphalt material for the placement of paved surfaces.
Most commonly, hot mix asphalt is supplied by vehicle delivery to the paver’s front hopper.
WEILER P385B PAVER
MACHINE DESCRIPTION
The Weiler P385B Paver is a heavy duty commercial class paver that places asphalt paving surfaces.
The paver hopper accepts delivery of asphalt mix from a vehicle at the front. Slat conveyors transport
the mix from the hopper to the augers at the rear of the machine. The mix flows onto the ground
ahead of the screed. The screed shapes and levels the mix to specified dimensions. The slope and the
grade of the asphalt surface can be precisely controlled.
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The paver control stations can set up in the following configurations:
• Left and/or right station(s) mounted for stand-up operation.
• Left and/or right station(s) screed-mounted for seated operation.
General Information
• Left and/or right station(s) tractor-mounted for elevated seated operation.
Options available are work lights, grade/slope controllers, LED strobe, truck hitch, hydraulic push
beam, and dual joystick control stations.
For quick reference, record the serial numbers in the front of this book on the customer information
page.
The identification plate is located on the rear firewall in the center of the machine.
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Machine Description
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SPECIFICATIONS
Engine Specifications
Manufacturer and Model ...............................................................................Caterpillar C3.4B Tier 4
Number of Cylinders ...................................................................................................................... Four
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Type..................................................................................................................................4 Cycle Diesel
Type.................................................................................................................................. Liquid Cooled
Fuel
Type Used ...............................................................................................Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel
Electrical Specifications
Battery
Number Per Machine ........................................................................................ One maintenance free
Cold Cranking Amps ........................................................................................................................ 925
Voltage .............................................................................................................................................12 V
Alternator
Manufacturer........................................................................................................................Caterpillar
Voltage and Type................................................................................................12 V, negative ground
Output Amperage..........................................................................................................................120 A
Starter
Manufacturer........................................................................................................................Caterpillar
Voltage and Type................................................................................................12 V, negative ground
Generator
Type...................................................................................................... 60 Hz Single Phase, Brushless
Voltage ............................................................................................................................................240V
Rating............................................................................................................................................12 Kw
Specifications
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General Information
Cooling System
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Dimension Specifications
Dimensions
Weight ..........................................................................................................................18,500 (8390 kg)
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General Information
P385B
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Specifications
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Performance Specifications
Speed
Travel (Max in forward and reverse) ................................................................ 350 FPM (107 m/min)
Paving ................................................................................................................... 150 FPM (46 m/min)
Basic Screed Width ............................................................................................................... 8’ (2.44 m)
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Effective Coverage
Machine System Capacity Specifications
System Capacities
Fuel ............................................................................................................................34 gallons (129 L)
Engine Lubrication................................................................................... 6.5 quarts (with filter) (6 L)
Hydraulic Oil Reservoir ............................................................................................34 gallons (129 L)
Planetary Oil (ea) .......................................................................................................2.8 quarts (2.6 L)
Hydraulic Pressures
Drive.......................................................................................................................... 4785 psi (330 bar)
Conveyors & Augers................................................................................................. 2500 psi (172 bar)
Cylinders................................................................................................................... 3000 psi (207 bar)
Types of Lubricants
Engine Oil .......................................................................................................................... SAE 15W-40
Hydraulic Oil ...............................................................................................................................ISO 68
Planetary Oil ......................................................................................................SAE 80w–90 Gear Oil
Grease .......................................................................................................................................NLGI #2
Chain Lube ...............................................................................................................................NLGI #2
Specifications
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General Information
Maximum Screed Width ................................................................................................ 15’ 8” (4.78 m)
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OPERATOR CONTROLS
(1) Ignition Switch
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STOP
Center/straight up - engine STOP.
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2
1st position clockwise - engine RUN, electrical
system ON.
General Information
2nd position clockwise - engine START. Do not
hold in START position longer than 30
seconds.
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Do not adjust the engine speed control during start-up. The electronic control module (ECM) will
control the engine speed during start-up.
(2) Electronic Display
Refer to "Electronic Display Navigation", page 2-36 for additional information.
(3) Grade/Slope Control Switch
Press switch up to turn ON AUTO grade/slope
control.
Press switch down to turn OFF AUTO grade/
slope control.
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(4) Work Lights Switch (Optional)
Press switch up to turn ON work lights.
Press switch down to turn OFF work lights.
(5) Beacon Switch (Optional)
Press switch up to turn ON beacon lights.
Press switch down to turn OFF beacon lights.
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Operator Station
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The steering wheel, together with the propel handle (A),
controls the direction and speed of the paver. To steer,
turn the steering wheel in the desired direction of travel.
To propel the paver, lift up on the lock ring under the
propel handle knob and move the propel handle in the
direction of intended travel. The further the propel
handle is moved away from NEUTRAL the faster the
machine travels. Return the propel handle to the center
NEUTRAL position to stop machine travel.
A
General Information
(1) Steering Wheel
(2) Dual Propel Handles - Optional
The propel handles control the direction and speed of the
paver. To move the handles out of NEUTRAL, lift up on
the lock ring under the knobs. Move the handles forward
to move the paver forward. Move the handles rearward to
move the paver in reverse. To steer the paver, move one
handle further than the other handle. Move handles to
the center NEUTRAL positions to stop machine travel.
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(3) Park Brake Button
Press and release to turn park brake ON.
A
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Press and release to turn park brake OFF.
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To start the engine, the park brake must be ON. If the
handle(s) are out of neutral when the brake is released the
machine will not move. To propel the machine, the propel
handle(s) must be returned to NEUTRAL and the park
brake turned OFF.
When park brake is active, red LED (A) is illuminated.
General Information
The park brake function can be activated on the main operator consoles. Only the active operator
console is capable of disengaging the park brake.
(4) Pause Control Button
Press and release to turn pause ON.
Press and release to turn pause OFF.
A
When pause is active, amber LED (A) is illuminated.
The PAUSE mode allows the propel handle(s) to remain
engaged at previous set paving speed when moving
button from PAUSE to OFF. The PAUSE mode pauses
the propel power and shuts off the auger drive automatic
feed and the screed vibrator.
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When PAUSE mode is initiated the park brake activates after a short delay.
The pause function can be activated on all control consoles. Only the active operator station console is
capable of turning the pause function to OFF.
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(5) Engine Speed Buttons
Press and release to incrementally increase
engine speed.
Press and hold for 2 seconds to set engine
speed to FULL and activate automatic
throttle.
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Press and hold for 3 seconds to set engine
speed to FULL and deactivate automatic
throttle.
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General Information
Press and release to incrementally decrease
engine speed.
Press and hold for 2 seconds to FULLY
decrease engine speed to idle and deactivate
automatic throttle.
When screed heat is active, low throttle speed will
automatically increase to enable generator to maintain
240V output.
Six green LED’s (A), three on the engine speed increase
button and three on the engine speed decrease button,
work together as indication of engine speed. The number
of LED’s illuminated increase as the engine speed
increases and decrease as the engine speed decreases.
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Automatic throttle mode is active when any of the three
LED’s on the engine speed increase button are
illuminated. In automatic throttle mode, engine speed adjusts according to machine function. During
the following conditions, engine speed will decrease to idle.
• park brake engaged, or
• pause mode engaged, or
• propel lever(s) in neutral more than 10 seconds, or
• Conveyors and/or augers are off more than 10 seconds
Engine speed will resume when one of the following changes occur:
• park brake is disengaged, or
• pause mode is disengaged, or
• propel, conveyors, or auger commands become active
The top green LED on the engine speed increase button will flash when engine speed is locked in
FULL.
Operator Controls
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(6) Propel Speed Range Button
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2
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C
Press and release to cycle between LOW,
MEDIUM, or HIGH speed.
B
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If LOW speed is active, bottom amber LED (A) is
illuminated. If MEDIUM speed is active, middle amber
LED (B) is illuminated. If HIGH speed is active, top
amber LED (C) is illuminated.
A
Select High range to travel at higher speeds. Select
Medium or Low for paving speeds.
General Information
The propel speed range button is only active on the console enabled with the control console selector
button.
The machine travel must be stopped and the propel handle(s) returned to NEUTRAL to change travel
speed.
(7) Vibrator Button
Press and release to turn vibrator ON.
7
Press and release to turn vibrator OFF.
A
The vibrator will operate when machine is traveling in a
forward direction. Green LED (A) will be illuminated
when vibrator is active. When machine travel is stopped,
vibrator operation is paused and green LED flashes.
(8) Control Console Selector Button
A
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Press and release to activate current console.
Amber LED (A) is illuminated on active operator console.
Only the active operator console has full pause
functionality.
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(9) Generator Button
Press and release to activate AUTO generator.
2
When AUTO mode is active, top green LED (A) is
illuminated.
B
C
General Information
Press and hold for 2 seconds to activate
MANUAL generator.
9
A
Press and release to shut off generator.
In AUTO mode, generator will operate until screed heat
reaches 250°F (121°C). Middle amber LED (B) is
illuminated while generator is operating. Generator will
maintain screed heat setting. Screed heat setting can be
changed in the system settings screen.
When MANUAL mode is active, bottom amber LED (C)
is illuminated. MANUAL mode is active until timer
stops. Default timer setting is 30 minutes. Timer setting
can be changed in the system settings screen.
Operator Controls
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(10) Engine Stop Controls
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To stop engine quickly, press knob in.
To be able to start engine, pull knob out.
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Each control station is equipped with an Engine Stop
Control. Both stop switches must be pulled out to be able
to start the engine.
General Information
(11) Horn
Press the horn button to sound the horn.
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(12) Screed Lift Switch
Push up and hold to raise the screed.
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Release switch to center position to hold the
screed in raised position.
Push switch down to lower the screed, for the
screed to float, and for the screed to follow the
ground contour while paving.
The screed lift switch on both the right and left control consoles must be in the center LOCK position
to hold the screed in the RAISED position.
Screed can lower and crush with machine shut off.
Falling load
can crush.
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Always insert screed tow arm lock pins if machine is shut off with screed
raised.
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(13) Hopper Switch
Push up and hold to raise the left and right
hopper.
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Hoppers can lower and crush with machine shut off.
Always insert hopper lock pins if machine is shut off with hoppers raised.
Falling load
can crush.
(14) Hydraulic Push Roller Switch / Truck Hitch
Switch (Optional)
If equipped with a hydraulic push roller:
Push up and hold to extend hydraulic push
roller.
Push down and hold to retract hydraulic push
roller.
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If equipped with a truck hitch:
Push up and hold to extend truck hitch guide
rollers, releasing truck wheels.
A
Push down and hold to retract truck hitch
guide rollers, capturing truck wheels.
The guide rollers remain stationary when the switch is
released.
When truck hitch is not used or during transport, store
truck hitch arm assemblies in storage location (A).
Operator Controls
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General Information
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Push down and hold to lower both hoppers.
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(15) Tow Point Switch
(LH)
(RH)
Push up and hold to raise the tow point,
increasing mat thickness.
Push down and hold to lower the tow point,
decreasing mat thickness.
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Raising the tow point will increase the screed angle,
resulting in a thicker mat.
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General Information
Lowering the tow point will decrease the screed angle,
resulting in a thinner mat. The tow points remain stationary when the switch is released.
Tow point indicator rods (A) provide visual input to the
location of the tow point height relative to center of
hydraulic cylinder stroke.
A
Cylinder rod at center of stroke when second mark (B) on
tow point indicator rod is at edge of hole.
B
(16) Head of Material Buttons
Press to increase head of material.
Press to decrease head of material.
Six green LED’s (A), three on the head of material
increase button and three on the head of material decrease
button, work together as indication of desired head of
material level. The number of LED’s illuminated increase
as the desired head of material increases and decrease as
the desired head of material decreases.
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B
C
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A
Left head of material increase and decrease buttons (B)
control the left sensor. Right head of material increase and
decrease buttons (C) control the right sensor.
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(17) Conveyor Buttons
AUTO
E
D
Press and release to activate AUTO conveyor.
Press and release to shut off conveyor.
Press and hold to activate MANUAL conveyor.
Conveyor will stop when button is released.
When MANUAL mode is active, bottom amber LED (C)
is illuminated. MANUAL mode cancels AUTO mode.
In both AUTO and MANUAL mode, middle amber LED
(B) is illuminated while conveyor is operating.
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A
AUTO
B
Left conveyor button (D) controls left conveyor. Right
conveyor button (E) controls right conveyor.
Shutting off a conveyor does not shut off the
corresponding auger.
C
(18) Auger Buttons
AUTO
Press and release to activate AUTO auger.
Press and release to shut off auger.
E
D
Press and hold to activate MANUAL auger.
Auger will stop when button is released.
When AUTO mode is active, top green LED (A) is
illuminated and auger is controlled by the sonic sensors
and by the head of material control.
When MANUAL mode is active, bottom amber LED (C)
is illuminated. MANUAL mode cancels AUTO mode.
In both AUTO and MANUAL mode, middle amber LED
(B) is illuminated while auger is operating.
Left auger button (D) controls left auger. Right auger
button (E) controls right auger.
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AUTO
A
B
C
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General Information
When AUTO mode is active, top green LED (A) is
illuminated and conveyor will run when material level in
auger chamber is below setpoint for conveyor shutoff
paddle.
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(19) Screed Extension Switches
Left Screed Extension Switch
(LH)
Move and hold switch to the left to extend the
left screed extension.
Move and hold switch to the right to retract
the left screed extension.
1
2
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Right Screed Extension Switch
General Information
(RH)
Move and hold switch to the right to extend
the right screed extension.
Move and hold switch to the left to retract the
right screed extension.
The screed extensions remain stationary when switches
are released.
A
Screed Extension Width Indicators (A) provide visual
input of the screed extension.
Use edge of tow arm as reference pointer.
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(20) Cut-Off Door Switches
20
Push up to close left cut-off door.
Push down to open left cut-off door.
2
Cut-off doors automatically close to shut off material to
the screed if a propel handle(s) is moved to REVERSE.
Cut-Off doors are closed when red is showing on
indicators. Cut-Off doors are open when red is not showing
on indicators.
Operator Controls
General Information
Cut-Off Door Indicators (A) provide visual input of the
cut-off door height.
A
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Screed Panel Controls (Optional)
Controls located in the left screed control panel operate functions on the left side of the machine.
Controls located in the right screed control panel operate functions on the right side of the machine.
(1) Screed Extension Height
Switch
1
2
(LH)
(RH)
Push up to raise the corresponding screed
extension height.
1
2
General Information
Push down to lower the corresponding screed
extension height.
(2) Screed Extension Slope Switch
(LH)
(RH)
Push up to raise outer end of corresponding
screed extension.
Push down to lower outer end of corresponding
screed extension.
To level extension with main screed plate, push switch up. Refer to "Screed Plate - Level", page 4-50
for additional information.
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(3) Screed Extension Switch
Left Screed Extension Switch
(LH)
Move and hold switch to the left to extend the
left screed extension.
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General Information
2
Move and hold switch to the right to retract
the left screed extension.
Right Screed Extension Switch
(RH)
A
Move and hold switch to the right to extend
the right screed extension.
Move and hold switch to the left to retract the
right screed extension.
The screed extensions remain stationary when switches
are released.
Screed Extension Width Indicators (A) provide visual
input of the screed extension.
Use edge of tow arm as reference pointer.
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(4) Tow Point Switch
(LH)
(RH)
Push up and hold to raise the tow point,
increasing mat thickness.
Push down and hold to lower the tow point,
decreasing mat thickness.
1
2
Raising the tow point will increase the screed angle,
resulting in a thicker mat.
4
General Information
Lowering the tow point will decrease the screed angle,
resulting in a thinner mat. The tow points remain stationary when the switch is released.
Tow point indicator rods (A) provide visual input to the
location of the tow point height relative to center of
hydraulic cylinder stroke.
A
Cylinder rod at center of stroke when second mark (B) on
tow point indicator rod is at edge of hole.
B
(5) Pause Control Button
5
A
Press and release to turn pause ON.
When pause is active, amber LED (A) is illuminated.
The PAUSE mode allows the propel handle(s) to remain
engaged at previous set paving speed when moving
button from PAUSE to OFF. The PAUSE mode pauses
the propel power and shuts off the auger drive automatic
feed and shuts off the screed vibrator. The park brake is
On in PAUSE mode.
When PAUSE mode is initiated the park brake activates after a short delay.
The pause function can be activated on all control consoles. Only the active operator station console is
capable of turning the pause function to OFF.
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(6) Head of Material Buttons
Press to increase head of material.
Press to decrease head of material.
Six green LED’s (A), three on the head of material
increase button and three on the head of material decrease
button, work together as indication of head of material
level. The number of LED’s illuminated increase as the
head of material increases and decrease as the head of
material decreases.
A
(7) Conveyor Button
AUTO
7
Press and release to activate AUTO conveyor.
Press and release to shut off conveyor.
Press and hold to activate MANUAL conveyor.
Conveyor will stop when button is released.
When AUTO mode is active, top green LED (A) is
illuminated and conveyor will run when material level in
auger chamber is below setpoint for conveyor shutoff
paddle.
When MANUAL mode is active, bottom amber LED (C)
is illuminated. MANUAL mode cancels AUTO mode.
In both AUTO and MANUAL mode, middle amber LED
(B) is illuminated while conveyor is operating.
Shutting off a conveyor does not shut off the
corresponding auger.
AUTO
A
B
C
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General Information
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(8) Auger AUTO Button
AUTO
Press and release to activate AUTO auger.
Press and release to deactivate AUTO auger.
8
When AUTO mode is active, top green LED (A) is
illuminated and auger is controlled by the sonic sensors
and by the head of material control.
1
2
In both AUTO and MANUAL mode, middle amber LED
(B) is illuminated while auger is operating.
General Information
A
AUTO
B
(9) Auger MANUAL Button
Press and hold to activate MANUAL auger.
When MANUAL mode is active, top amber LED (A) is
illuminated. MANUAL mode on screed panel controls
does not cancel AUTO mode.
9
In both AUTO and MANUAL mode, middle amber
LED (B), located on the auger AUTO button, is
illuminated while auger is operating.
A
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(10) Power Crown Switch
10
Press and hold to increase crown.
2
Press and hold decrease crown.
General Information
The power crown switch is located on the left hand screed
control panel.
(11) Horn
Press the horn button to sound the horn.
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(12) Cut-Off Door Switch
Push up to close left or right cut-off door.
Push down to open left or right door.
12
Cut-off doors automatically close to shut off material to
the screed when a propel handle is moved to REVERSE.
Cut-Off Door Indicators (A) provide visual input of the
cut-off door height.
Cut-Off doors are closed when red is showing on
indicators. Cut-Off doors are open when red is not showing
on indicators.
Operator Controls
A
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(13) Hopper Switch
Push up and hold to raise both hoppers.
Push down and hold to lower both hoppers.
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1
2
General Information
Hoppers can lower and crush with machine shut off.
Always insert hopper lock pins if machine is shut off with hoppers raised.
Falling load
can crush.
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Hand-Held Remote Controls (Optional)
Each hand-held remote controls the functions on the same side of the machine as the remote is
plugged into.
(1) Tow Point Switch
(LH)
(RH)
2
1
3
Push down and hold to lower the tow point,
decreasing mat thickness.
General Information
Push up and hold to raise the tow point,
increasing mat thickness.
2
(2) Screed Extension Switch
Left Screed Extension Switch
(LH)
Move and hold switch to the left to extend the
left screed extension.
Move and hold switch to the right to retract
the left screed extension.
Right Screed Extension Switch
(RH)
Move and hold switch to the right to extend
the right screed extension.
Move and hold switch to the left to retract the
right screed extension.
The screed extensions remain stationary when switches are released
(3) Auger Switch
AUTO
Push up and hold to turn on auger to move
material to screed end gate.
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Screed Adjustments
(1) Screed Crown
B
Turn star wheel up to extend turnbuckle to increase
main screed crown. Turn star wheel down to retract
turnbuckle to decrease crown or to valley the main
screed. Adjusting handle (A) to turn star wheel and to
loosen/tighten tie-bars is stored by the star wheels.
1
1
2
A
B
General Information
Loosen screed tie-bars and bolts (B) before adjusting
screed. Tighten tie-bars and bolts to prevent turnbuckle
damage after adjusting.
The screed crown indicator (C) provides visual input to
the angle of the crown in degrees.
Indicator is adjustable.
C
(2) Screed Extension Slope
Loosen jam nuts (D) and adjust turnbuckles to slope the
screed extensions.
2
D
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(3) Screed Extension Height
Turn hand crank to raise or lower the corresponding
screed extension.
SCREEN A
Left Screed Extension Height Crank
Turn CCW to lower extension.
2
Turn CW to raise extension.
3
General Information
Right Screed Extension Height Crank
Turn CW to lower extension.
Turn CCW to raise extension.
Screed extension height indicators (E) provide visual
input of the screed height.
E
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(4) Screed Extension Angle of Attack
Remove angle lock (F), turn shaft with adjusting handle
(G) or wrench to change angle.
4
Turn (4) clockwise to increase angle of attack.
Turn (4) counterclockwise to decrease angle of attack.
1
2
Screed extension angle locks (F) must be locked over
shaft to hold angle of attack position.
F
General Information
F
Left Extension Angle Lock
F
Right Extension Angle Lock
Adjusting handle (G) is stored under platform.
G
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(5) End Gate Height/Angle
Turn hand cranks to adjust the height and angle of the
floating skid shoes of the end gate.
Turn CW to raise and CCW to lower floating skid shoes of
end gate.
General Information
2
5
(6) Main Screed Thickness Control (Angle)
6
Turn hand crank to change main screed angle and to
increase or decrease mat thickness.
Turn CW to increase mat thickness.
A
Turn CCW to decrease mat thickness.
Lock in place with control lock (A).
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Miscellaneous Controls and Indicators
(1) Screed Lock
Falling load can crush and cause death or serious injury.
1
2
Never work under lifted load unless load is securely supported to prevent
falling.
General Information
There are two screed lock pins, one on each side of the
machine. The lock pins hold the screed in the raised
position for cleaning and service under the screed.
1. Raise the screed high enough to extend the lock pins.
2. Fully extend the lock pins under the tow arms.
NOTICE: Engage both lock pins. Screed damage will
result if lowered with only one lock pin extended.
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3. Lower the tow arms onto the lock pins.
Retract the screed lock pins into the storage position during paving operation.
(2) Hopper Lock
Falling load can crush and cause death or serious injury.
Never work under lifted load unless load is securely supported to prevent
falling.
There is a lock pin for each hopper. The lock pins hold the
hoppers in the raised position for shipping and for
cleaning and service under the hoppers.
1. Fully raise the left and right hoppers.
2. Extend both lock pins to lock the hoppers in the
raised position.
2
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(3) Spray-down Pump Switch
Push switch up to turn on pump.
3
Push switch down to turn off pump
Squeeze nozzle lever to spray (not shown).
2
Pump is on a timer. If pump shuts off, cycle switch.
Turn switch clockwise to turn on electrical
system.
General Information
(4) Battery Ground Disconnect Switch
4
Turn switch counter-clockwise to turn off
electrical system.
Battery ground disconnect switch is located under the top
hood of the paver. Shut off the electrical system and
remove the battery ground disconnect key when servicing
the electrical system or when leaving the machine
unattended overnight or for extended storage.
5
(5) Wait to Disconnect Lamp
When lamp is illuminated do not place the
battery ground disconnect switch in the OFF
position.
NOTICE: Do not turn battery ground disconnect switch (4) OFF while lamp (5) is illuminated. Lamp
remains on approximately 2 minutes after engine is shut down. Disconnecting battery too soon will
prevent purging of the DEF lines after engine is shut down. Damage to the DEF system and emission
control system can occur.
(6) Backup Alarm
The backup alarm, located under the right hand screed
platform, sounds when a propel handle is in REVERSE to
alert persons when the machine is backing up.
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(7) Cut Off Shoes (Optional)
A
Cut-off shoes reduce the width of the mat between the
end gates.
To allow the cut-off doors to close, remove the cut-off
shoes from the cut-off shoe mount before closing the doors
for travel.
1
2
To install: bolt the cut-off shoe mount (A) to the paver.
7
B
Slide the cut-off shoes onto the cut-off shoe mount and
bolt at desired width.
General Information
Push the cut-off door switch up to close the cut-off doors (B).
NOTICE: To prevent damage to the cut-off shoes, verify that the shoes do not extend beyond the end
of the cut-off doors before retracting the screed extensions.
(8) Vandalism Covers
To prevent vandalism covers from falling off during highway transport and
resulting in death or serious injury to pedestrians or motorists, securely latch
or lock the covers in all locations.
Store vandalism covers on platform as shown during
operation.
8
Install and lock vandalism cover over each control station
(A) as shown.
A
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(9) Conveyor Front Cover Chain Latches
Conveyor front cover chain latches hold the front cover
down during operation.
9
Latch conveyor front cover down by latching chains over
hooks as shown.
(10) Steering Guides
Steering guides, located on the front of the paver, give the
operator a visual cue on mat width.
A
10
Loosen jam bolt (A) and extend steering guide to desired
mat width. Tighten jam bolt (A).
Loosen jam bolt (A) and retract steering guide for
storage. Tighten jam bolt.
A
10
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General Information
2
Remove chains from hooks to raise front cover for service
and cleanup.
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(11) Sonic Sensors
Sonic sensors use sound waves to detect the material level
at the ends of the screed. The electronic control module
uses the sensor information to control the auger to
maintain proper level of the material when the auger
control switches are in AUTO.
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1
2
General Information
Store sonic sensors in panel as shown.
(12) Screed Level Indicator
The Screed Level Indicator provides visual input of the
screed level in degrees.
12
Indicator is adjustable.
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(13) Screed Rear Platform
B
Remove pin (A) to move screed rear platform latch (B).
Fold rear platform up over-center in order to start paving
closer to a rear structure.
General Information
2
A
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Hook latch (B) over platform and install pin (A) to secure
latch and platform.
B
A
(14) Screed Rear Platform Extensions (Optional)
Rotate handle (A) up to unlock and pull platform
extension out.
Rotate handle up and push extension completely in.
Rotate handle down to lock extension in for travel.
NOTE: Handle shown in locked position.
14
A
To prevent platform extensions from extending during transport, push
platform extensions completely in and rotate handles downward.
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ELECTRONIC DISPLAY NAVIGATION
1
2
General Information
ENTERS MENU SCREEN
SCREEN IS ACTIVE WHEN
GENERATOR IS ON
ADDS 5 MIN TO SCREED
CYCLE HEAT TIME
DISPLAYS SCREED CYCLE HEAT TIME
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READ ONLY DIAGNOSTIC SCREENS
Electronic Display Navigation
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The system incorporates gauges and diagnostics with a
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) of current readings
through which the operator may scroll.
Start-Up Screen
This screen appears for 5 seconds after engine is started.
1
2
Control Keys (1) - To change function or screen, press key
switch below function displayed. Key functions will be
displayed with each screen.
General Information
Main Operating Screens (A & B)
(1) Engine RPM
(2) Engine Coolant Temperature
2
1
5
(3) Engine Hours
(4) Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Level
4
(5) Fuel Level
3
SCREEN A
Screen B is only active when MANUAL generator function
is active.
(6) Press to increase heat time in 5 minute increments.
(7) Press to enter menu mode.
The following pop up alert messages appear in these
screens:
• Active engine error
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7
SCREEN B
• Active machine error (use menu screen to access
details)
• Low fuel level
• Turn park brake on to start
• Center propel handle to start
• Park brake must be off to propel
• Return handle(s) to neutral to change modes
• Pause active. Turn off switch to propel.
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Menu Screen
1. Use up and down keys to move box over screen to
enter.
2. Press to enter selected screen.
3. Press ESC to exit to previous screen.
1
2
2
3
1
General Information
System Settings Screen
1. Navigate up or down systems settings list.
2. Press to select/deselect highlighted item in list.
3. Press to increase/decrease setting.
4. Press ESC to exit to previous screen.
4
1
2
3
View Errors Screen
Engine Errors - Displays active engine errors registered
through the ECM. See "Electronic Display Engine Error
Fault Codes", page A-2 for explanation of error.
Machine Errors - Displays active machine errors
registered through the ECM. See "Electronic Display
Error Description", page A-1 for explanation of error.
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Conveyor/Auger Diagnostics Screen
General Information
2
Read-only display. Press ESC key to return to menu
screen.
CAN Diagnostics Screen
Read-only display. Press ESC key to return to menu
screen.
Ground Drive Diagnostics Screen
Read-only display. Press ESC key to return to menu
screen.
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Engine Diagnostics Screen
Read-only display. Press ESC key to return to menu
screen.
1
2
General Information
Fan/DEF Diagnostics
Read-only display. Press ESC key to return to menu
screen.
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SECTION 3: OPERATION
PERSONAL PROTECTION
Operating the machine will require you to wear personal protective
equipment (PPE).
Always wear:
• eye protection
• safety shoes or boots
Some working conditions and regulations may require the use of other
appropriate PPE, such as a hard hat, gloves, face shield, reflective clothing,
or any other PPE necessary to provide proper safety protection for the work
being performed.
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• hearing protection
Wear close-fitting clothing and confine long hair.
Avoid wearing jewelry, such as rings, wristwatches, bracelets, or necklaces.
Other operators, crew members, or workers in the immediate area must also wear appropriate PPE
and follow these guidelines.
MOUNT AND DISMOUNT SAFETY
Use steps and hand-holds whenever mounting or dismounting the machine. Keep the steps and
handholds clean and free of debris and clear of objects. Inspect the steps and hand-holds for damage
and make any necessary repairs.
Face the machine whenever mounting or dismounting the machine. Maintain a three-point (one hand
and two feet, or two hands and one foot) contact with the step and with the hand-holds.
Never jump off machine.
Never get on or off a moving machine.
Slippery surfaces may cause you to fall.
Keep walkways and platforms clean.
Personal Protection
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Operation
Eye protection must consist of wraparound safety glasses or goggles.
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BEFORE EACH USE PRE-STARTING INSPECTION
Check the machine before operating. Machine must be in good operating
condition and all safety equipment installed and functioning properly.
Check that all personnel are clear of the machine prior to starting and moving the machine. Keep the
machine under control at all times to prevent injury.
For maximum service life of the machine, make a thorough walk-around inspection before starting
the engine.
Look around and under the machine for loose bolts, asphalt build-up, oil or coolant leaks, and broken
or worn parts.
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Check the hydraulic oil, engine oil, coolant, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), and fuel levels.
NOTICE: Accumulated grease and oil on a machine is a fire hazard. Remove this debris with steam
cleaning or high pressure water at least every 1000 service hours or each time oil is spilled on
machine.
Operation
Check for leaks. If leaking is observed, find the source and correct the leak. Check the fluid levels
more frequently than recommended if leaking is suspected or observed.
Pressurized fluid can penetrate body tissue and result in serious injury or
death. Leaks can be invisible. Keep away from any suspected leak. Relieve
pressure in the hydraulic system before searching for leaks, disconnecting
hoses, or performing any other work on the system. If you must pressurize
the system to find a suspected leak, use an object such as a piece of wood or
cardboard rather than your hands. When loosening a fitting where some
residual pressure may exist, slowly loosen the fitting until oil begins to leak.
Wait for leaking to stop before disconnecting the fitting. Fluid injected under
the skin must be removed immediately by a surgeon familiar with this type of
injury.
Inspect for and remove any debris build-up in the engine compartment.
Inspect the cooling system for leaks, faulty hoses, and remove any debris build-up.
Inspect tracks for damage. Check sprocket teeth for excessive wear. Check track rollers for leakage.
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Before Each Use Pre-Starting Inspection
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MACHINE STARTING PROCEDURE
Engine exhaust can asphyxiate. If inhaled directly or continuously, the
combustion fumes produced by the engine can be very dangerous and/or
lethal for the human body.
If work has to be done in an enclosed environment, take all necessary
precautions to ensure the circulation of fresh air and protect the respiratory
system using a suitable mask.
Start the engine from the operator’s station. Never short across the starter
terminals or across the batteries, as this could bypass the engine neutralstart system or damage the electrical system.
Make sure no one is working on, underneath, or close to the machine before
starting the engine or beginning to move the machine. Make sure the area is
free of unauthorized personnel.
Do not use aerosol types of starting aids, such as ether. Such use could result
in an explosion and serious injury.
Machine Starting Procedure
3-3
Operation
Do not operate this machine in an area with flammable vapors or dust.
Operate only outdoors or provide adequate ventilation if indoor operation is
essential.
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Sparks from the electrical system and exhaust can cause an explosion or fire
in a flammable or explosive atmosphere. Carbon monoxide fumes from the
engine can asphyxiate.
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1. Turn the battery disconnect switch (1) ON.
1
2. Pull both engine stop switches (2) out.
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2
Operation
3. Move the single ground drive propel handle (3) to
NEUTRAL.
Move both ground drive propel handles (3A) to
NEUTRAL if equipped.
3
3A
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4. START ENGINE: Turn the ignition switch (4)
clockwise to start the engine. Release when engine
starts.
NOTICE: Do not crank the engine for more than 30
seconds. Allow the starter motor to cool for two minutes
before cranking again.
4
5. Allow the engine to idle until the engine oil and
3
coolant have warmed up before increasing engine
speed. Do not operate the machine under load until
hydraulic oil is warm.
Operation
COLD WEATHER STARTING
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual, “Cold Weather Operation,” for
recommendations when operating in cold weather.
Cold Weather Starting
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MACHINE SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
NOTICE: Stopping engine immediately after engine has been working under load, can result in
overheating and accelerated wear of engine components. Avoid accelerating engine prior to shutting
down. Avoiding hot engine shutdowns will maximize turbocharger life.
1. Place ground drive propel handle(s) in NEUTRAL.
2. Turn park brake ON.
3. Lower screed onto ground or fully raise tow arms and
insert travel lock pins (1). Lower tow arms onto lock
pins.
4. Completely lower hopper onto paver frame or onto
travel lock pins (2).
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5. Allow engine to idle for 5 minutes after operating at
full power.
6. Shut off engine and remove engine start key.
NOTICE: Do not turn battery ground disconnect switch OFF while wait to disconnect lamp is
Operation
illuminated. Lamp remains ON approximately 2 minutes after engine is shut down. Disconnecting
battery too soon will prevent purging of the DEF lines after engine is shut down. Damage to the DEF
system and emission control system can occur.
7. Turn battery disconnect switch to OFF.
For your safety and the safety of others, use shutdown
procedure before working on the machine for any reason,
including servicing, cleaning, unplugging, or inspecting.
A variation of the above procedure may be used if
instructed within this manual or if an emergency
requires it.
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Machine Shutdown Procedure
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ROADING THE MACHINE
Moving the machine before all personnel are clear of the machine could cause
personal injury.
Sound the horn and check that everyone is clear before moving the machine.
Roading refers to propelling the paver or maneuvering the paver without laying asphalt. Install the
required marking and lighting on the paver for the jobsite and when traveling on public roads.
NOTICE: Fully retract the screed extensions to prevent damage.
Falling off machine may result in death or serious injury.
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Only the machine driver is permitted on the paver when roading. No riders.
Be alert and use extreme caution when driving the machine on a hillside, or
near ditches, gullies, holes, or obstructions where rollover could occur. Never
allow anyone to be on the downhill side of the machine.
Before roading or operating machine, survey the area around the machine for persons or obstacles.
Drive the machine at a speed suitable for the terrain. Use slower speeds if you are inexperienced,
driving on a hillside or uneven terrain, near ditches, gullies, holes, barriers, or congested jobsite
conditions. Avoid sudden stopping, starting, or turning unless necessary.
Over-speed, loss of control, or sudden stopping can cause death or serious
injury.
Maintain proper machine control and effective hydrostatic braking on
downhill slopes. This machine must be operated in Low Range (L) on slopes
over 6%. Failure to follow these instructions could result in an over-speed
condition, loss of control and/or sudden stopping by the secondary
(emergency) braking system.
Roading the Machine
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Operation
Rollover possible. Death or serious injury can result if crushed under the
machine.
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Safe Operating Slope
Falling off machine may result in death or serious injury. Sudden stopping or
starting on a slope or ramp with the screed downhill may cause the paver to
pitch.
When screed is raised off of ground the screed end of the paver must always
be uphill when driving on a slope or loading onto a trailer.
NOTICE: Unexpected motion from machine pitch may result in screed and tow arm damage if screed
strikes the ground.
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Operation
Correct Loading Direction
Incorrect Loading Direction
Safe operating slope depends upon many factors, including:
• Machine weight distribution, including the presence or absence of load in hopper
• Height of screed
• Uneven or rough terrain
• Potential for ground giving way, causing either unplanned forward, reverse, or sideways pitch
• Nearness of ditches, ruts, stumps, or other obstructions and sudden changes in slope
• Speed
• Turning
• Braking performance
• Skill of operator.
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Roading the Machine
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Refer to "Operator Controls", page 2-6 for additional information.
1. Position screed using screed lift switch (1).
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2. Select speed range with propel speed range
button (2).
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3
4
3
3. Increase engine speed to full rpm with engine speed
increase button (3).
Operation
4. Release park brake (4).
5. Select forward or reverse travel with propel
handle(s) (5). Adjust the travel speed by moving the
propel handle away from NEUTRAL until the desired
travel speed is reached.
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Over-speed, loss of control, or sudden stopping can cause death or serious
injury.
Do not operate in “HIGH” propel speed range on slopes over 6%.
Before starting down a grade, select the necessary propel speed range.
When the grade is greater than 6%, select the LOW or MEDIUM position. When traveling down a
slope, do not change propel range.
Do not allow the engine to over-speed during downhill travel.
Roading the Machine
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PAVING OPERATION
Operator Control Station Setups
The left and right side control stations can each be set up in three configurations; stand-up only,
screed-mounted seat, and tractor-mounted seat.
The left and right control stations can not be switched from side-to-side.
Stand-Up Configuration
Remove seat pedestal and insert control console mount
into floor receptacle.
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NOTICE: Route wire harness behind hook (1) to prevent
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harness damage.
Operation
Tighten bolt (2) to secure control console mount.
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Screed-Mounted Seat Configuration
Install seat pedestal into floor receptacle. Install seat and
control console in seat pedestal receptacles. Tighten
control panel to pedestal with set screw (2).
NOTICE: Route wire harness at hook (3) to prevent
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harness damage.
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2
Tractor-Mounted Seat Configuration
3
Remove keeper pin (4) and fold down foot platform (5).
Install seat pedestal into foot platform receptacle. Install
seat and control console in seat pedestal receptacle.
Tighten control panel to pedestal with set screw (2).
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Operation
NOTICE: Route wire harness at hook (3) to prevent
harness damage.
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Paving Operation
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Screed Heat Control
The screed is equipped with an electric heating system to preheat the screed plates to produce a
smooth tight mat surface by preventing asphalt from sticking to cold screed plates.
Starting Screed Heater
1. Start the engine and allow the engine and the
machine to warm up.
2. Turn generator ON (1).
Engine throttle will increase automatically to allow
enough hydraulic flow for the generator to operate at
proper speed to maintain 240V output.
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The screed temperature is dependent on ambient
temperature and may require additional heating
duration to reach required screed temperature.
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3. The screed heat temperature can be adjusted when
generator AUTO mode is active.
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4. The heater on time can be increased in 5 minute
increments by pressing the SCREED + switch when
generator MANUAL mode is active.
Shutting Screed Heater Off
1. Turn generator OFF (1).
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Paving Operation
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Adjusting Screed for Paving
If the screed plates require leveling adjustment, refer to "Screed Plate - Level", page 4-50.
1. Before receiving the first load of asphalt, preheat the
screed. See "Starting Screed Heater", page 3-12.
2. Align the machine. Drive the paver into the starting
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position. Align the steering guide with the edge that
is established for the mat.
3. Center the tow-points to mid-stroke of the cylinders
using tow-point switches (1) to allow equal travel of
the screed in both directions.
Tow-point indicator rods (2) provide visual input of the
tow-point height relative to the center of the hydraulic
cylinder stroke. Align center mark of indicator rod with
edge of cover.
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2
4. Set the paving width using screed extensions or cutoff
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shoes.
5. Set the main screed crown. Refer to "Screed Crown",
page 2-26.
6. Set the desired slope of the extensions. Refer to
"Screed Adjustments", page 2-26.
7. Set the height of the screed extensions. Ensure the height of the extensions match the height of
the front of the main screed.
8. Set the mat thickness. Place a wood block at each side
of the screed. Place the wood blocks directly under the
screed thickness control cranks. The blocks should be
approximately 4’ (1200 mm) long.
The blocks should be 25% thicker than the desired
thickness of the compacted mat. The blocks should
extend from the front of the screed extensions to the rear
of the main screed.
9. Lower the screed onto the blocks and place screed lift
switch (3) in FLOAT. Place the propel speed range
switch into LOW or MEDIUM. Remove any slack in the control for the tow arm by slowly moving
the paver forward.
Do not drive screed or screed extensions off of blocks.
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10. Turn the thickness control cranks (4) in either
direction until the cranks are in the unloaded, NULL,
position. When the cranks are in the unloaded,
NULL, position, the cranks can be turned with little
or no resistance.
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11. Turn the thickness control cranks clockwise two full
turns after feeling resistance. Turning the thickness
control cranks for one full turn changes the screed
attack angle approximately 1/8” (3 mm) to
1/4” (6 mm).
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Operation
12. Lower the screed extensions onto the 4’ (1.2 m) blocks
using the screed extension height adjustment
cranks (5).
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13. Turn the cranks (6) for the screed end gate shoes to
match the shoes to the grade.
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Paving Operation
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Paver Controls Setup
1. Place propel speed range button (1) in LOW or
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MEDIUM.
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2
2. Turn park brake (2) OFF.
3. Increase engine speed (3) to FULL.
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4. Place screed lift switch (4) in FLOAT on either
control station.
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5. Turn vibrator (5) ON (if required).
Operation
4
6. Turn on grade/slope switch (6) and adjust settings if
paving with an automatic grade/slope control system.
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Paving Operation
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Beginning to Pave
1. Unlock hopper travel lock pins (1).
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2. Lower paver hopper wings (2).
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3. Move truck toward paver until truck wheels contact
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Operation
paver push rollers. If paver is equipped with optional
truck hitch, close hitch (3). If paver is equipped with
optional, extendable push roller, retract push
roller (3). With truck correctly positioned, the spotter
can instruct the driver to begin dumping the load into
the paver hopper.
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4. Open both cut-off doors (4).
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5. With conveyor (5) in AUTO mode and augers (6) in
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MANUAL mode, fill the front of the screed to desired
material height.
6. When the head of the material at the outer edges of
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7
the main screed is at the mid-height of the augers,
place auger in AUTO mode to pave with the use of
sonic sensors.
7. Adjust the head of material (7) to keep the level of the
material in front of the screed at the correct height.
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8. Push the propel handle(s) (8) ahead slowly to move off
of the starting blocks. When the paver moves forward,
the screed will leave a mat that starts at the
thickness of the starting blocks. The mat will
gradually increase to the full thickness as the screed
moves away from the blocks.
9. Adjust the propel handles until the paver reaches the
desired paving speed. When the correct paver speed is
reached, use the pause buttons to start and stop the
paver travel and augers.
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10. Check the thickness across the mat at several
Operation
Do not adjust the tow arm switches too often. Allow the
paver to travel at least 3X the length of the tow arms for
the adjustment to take affect before making another
adjustment. Do not turn the screed adjustment cranks
more than one revolution when making an adjustment.
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locations. Make any adjustments to the controls that
are needed. To adjust the mat thickness, use the tow
point switches (9) or the screed height adjustment
cranks (10).
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Paving Operation
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Adjusting Screed While Paving
Adjustments should be made while paving to maintain mat thickness and width, and to remove open
mat texture and lines.
After starting to pave, allow the screed to travel a few lengths of the paver to allow all the forces that
act on the screed to reach equilibrium before making adjustments. Adjusting too quickly may result
in repeated adjustments and an uneven mat.
To adjust mat thickness use screed height adjustment cranks and/or the hydraulic tow point
switches.
Lines in Mat
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After establishing the proper depth of the mat, typically
the first adjustments required are due to lines in the
mat because the extenders are too high or low. Frequent
changes in mat depth will require frequent changes in
the height of the screed extenders.
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4
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3
Operation
(1) Main screed
(2) Left extender screed
(3) Line caused by the extender screed
(4) Line caused by the main screed
If the extender screed (2) is lower than the main screed
(1), the edge of the extender will leave a line (3) in the mat. Raise the extender with the extender
height adjustment crank until the line disappears. If the extender is higher than the main screed (1),
the edge of the main screed will leave a line (4) in the mat.
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Paving Operation
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Open Textured Mat
Open texture in mats can occur behind the main screed
or the extenders.
2
If open texture (3) is seen behind the main screed (1),
the angle of attack of the extenders (2) may need to be
decreased. If the open mat is behind an extender, the
extender angle may need to be decreased.
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2
3
3
If the open textured mat (4) is seen behind an
extender (2), increase the angle of attack of the
extender.
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Operation
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Paving Operation
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MACHINE CLEAN UP
Some spray-down solutions and fumes can explode and burn.
No smoking. No flame.
When finished paving, clean the machine to remove build-up of material on the conveyor, idlers,
sprockets, rollers, hopper flashing, and push rollers.
Do not spray near a hot or running engine. Do not spray near open flame. No smoking. Never spray
when screed heaters are on.
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A spray-down tank enables the use of environmentally safe fluids.
In some areas, the use of fuel oil to clean the machine is environmentally not acceptable and
alternate cleaning compounds must be used. Check the local regulations for the use of solvents and
cleaners.
Operation
NOTICE: Regardless of what cleaning solutions are used, it is important that the machine be
cleaned and lubricated at the end of each working day to obtain normal life of wear components on
the machine.
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Machine Clean Up
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Falling load can crush and cause death or serious injury.
Never work under lifted load unless load is securely supported to prevent
falling.
1. Stop the machine on level ground in an area away from the mat and engage the park brake. If it is
necessary to park the machine on a grade, chock the tracks to prevent rolling.
During spray-down, do not spray the liquid on hydraulic hoses, electrical connections, and
electrical cables. Do not spray-down the screed plates when screed heat is on.
2. The machine is equipped with a hose reel and a
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manually coiled hose. Pull out the necessary amount
of hose.
3. Move spray-down pump switch (1) up to turn the
pump on.
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Operation
4. Pull trigger to start spraying. Release trigger to stop.
5. Spray the entire auger and conveyor feed system to
clean the auger, conveyor, and hoppers. Spray the
entire auger surfaces to lubricate the auger and
prevent material from sticking.
6. Remove all material buildup in the hopper and on the front of the screed.
7. Clean the front and bottom of the screed plates.
8. Clean the push-beam rollers
9. Retract or coil the hoses when machine cleanup is complete and when trailering the machine.
Close and secure the access cover.
Machine Clean Up
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MACHINE TRANSPORTING
Trailering Machine
Loading
Before transporting machine on a trailer, read the trailer manual for safety precautions and
information. Be sure the trailer bed and ramps are clean and free of obstacles that may interfere with
loading or unloading.
Machine may slide down loading ramps or off trailer deck. Death or serious
injury can result if struck or crushed by machine.
Do not load onto slippery trailer surface.
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Ensure gross weight of the machine is within the gross weight limits of the trailer and the towing
vehicle. Place trailer on a level surface and chock wheels or set park brake on tow vehicle.
1. Fully raise screed.
NOTICE: To prevent damage to the screed and tow arms, do not let the screed strike the ground or
Operation
ramps during loading and unloading. Longer ramps or blocking at the bottom of ramps may be
required.
2. Fold hopper wings in and insert hopper lock pins.
Raised hopper wings may lower during highway trailing resulting in
transport over-width. Death or serious injury may result if a vehicular
collision occurs. Place hopper lock pins into locked position.
3. Close the cut-off doors.
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4. Align machine with centerline of trailer to minimize steering while loading.
Slight steering changes may cause machine to turn abruptly and fall off
trailer or slide down ramps. Death or serious injury can result if struck or
crushed by machine.
Do not attempt to steer machine while its weight is balanced on the end of the
trailer.
Sudden stopping or starting on a slope or ramp with the screed downhill may
cause the paver to pitch. The unexpected motion may cause the operator to
fall resulting in death or serious injury.
NOTICE: Screed and tow arm damage may result if the screed strikes the ramp when loading or
Operation
unloading. A longer ramp or blocks may be necessary to reduce the approach angle. Paver must be
loaded screed end first to prevent damage.
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When traveling up a slope or loading onto a trailer, always drive with screed
end first.
Correct Loading Direction
Incorrect Loading Direction
5. Slowly drive machine squarely onto trailer.
6. Position machine at the correct tie-down location as recommended by trailer manufacturer.
7. Lower screed onto wood blocking to prevent damage to bottom of screed.
8. Follow "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6.
9. Install and securely latch or lock vandalism covers to prevent covers from falling off during
highway travel.
NOTICE: Improper tie-downs can allow the load to shift and cause damage.
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10. Attach the tie-downs to the D-rings (1) located on
each track frame and the D-rings on each end of the
rear frame to prevent the machine from moving
during shipment. Block the tracks.
Follow appropriate regulations and procedures for
tying down to trailer prior to transport
11. Cover exhaust to protect turbocharger.
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Unloading
NOTICE: Screed and tow arm damage may result if the screed strikes the ramp when loading or
unloading. A longer ramp or blocks may be necessary to reduce the approach angle.
Operation
1. Place trailer on a level surface attached to tow vehicle.
2. Uncover exhaust
3. Remove tie-downs.
4. Start engine. Follow "Machine Starting Procedure", page 3-3.
5. Increase engine speed to full RPM.
6. Fully raise screed and remove blocking from trailer deck.
7. Slowly move machine off trailer.
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Machine Transporting
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Towing/Retrieving Machine
Never tow a disabled machine farther than is required to move the machine out of traffic and to
where repairs can be performed safely.
• Attach suitable towing device around push beam (1)
on front of machine. Keep towing device as close to
center of push beam as possible.
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NOTICE: Never attach towing device to the screed
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attachment. Damage to the screed assembly will occur.
The brakes must be immediately applied or the tracks securely chocked after
the machine has been towed and during repair.
• If brakes must be released, securely chock the machine before releasing brakes to prevent unintended movement.
• If the planetary gears are removed, the machine no longer has park brakes.
• Use only wire rope cable with sufficient strength. Inspect cable for fraying and wear. Do not use
if frayed or worn.
• Use a towing machine with sufficient power, weight and braking capacity to maintain control of
the disabled machine. The towing machine should be at least as large as the disabled machine.
If retrieving on a downhill grade use a second machine on the opposite end of the disabled
machine to prevent the disabled machine from overrunning the towing machine.
• Provide barriers to prevent injury to machine operators if cable fails. Keep anyone on the
ground at least two times the length of the cable away.
• Never try to jerk the disabled machine in order to get the machine to move. Sudden cable overload may cause cable to fail.
• The strength of the towing cable must be at least 150% of the towing machine weight.
See "Planetary Disengagement", page 3-26 for instructions on disengaging the planetaries.
NOTICE: Do not tow machine more than 500 ft (150 m). Do not exceed 1 mph (1.5 km/h).
Machine Transporting
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Operation
Chock both tracks to prevent machine from moving before disconnecting
planetary drives to bypass the brakes. The machine can move unexpectedly
when the brakes are bypassed. Death or serious injury can result if struck or
crushed by machine.
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Planetary Disengagement
Chock both tracks to prevent machine from moving before disconnecting
planetary drives to bypass the brakes. The machine can move unexpectedly
when the brakes are bypassed. Death or serious injury can result if struck or
crushed by machine.
The brakes must be immediately applied or the tracks securely chocked after
the machine has been towed and during repair.
1. Remove end cap (1) with 22 mm hex wrench.
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Operation
2. Using M6-1.0 bolt, loosen and remove shaft (2) from
sun gear (3).
3. Replace end cap (1).
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4. Repeat for other planetary.
5. Tow machine to desired location. Refer to "Towing/
Retrieving Machine", page 3-25.
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6. To reapply brakes and make machine operable,
reinstall shaft (2) and end cap (1) on both
planetaries.
Lifting Machine
The two D-rings (1) on the front counterweight and the
two lugs (2) on the rear of the frame serve as lift points.
Use all four lift points when lifting machine. Weight of
machine is 18,000 lbs (8,165 kg).
NOTICE: A spreader bar must be used between the two
lift point lugs to prevent frame damage.
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Machine Transporting
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SECTION 4: MAINTENANCE
SAFETY MESSAGES
Read this Operator’s and Maintenance Manual and safety signs before
performing maintenance on the machine.
Wear personal protective equipment (PPE).
Always wear:
• eye protection
Maintenance
Some working conditions and regulations may require the use of other
appropriate PPE, such as hearing protection, hard hat, gloves, face shield, or
any other PPE necessary to provide proper safety protection for the work
being performed.
Keep spectators away.
Engine exhaust can asphyxiate. If inhaled directly or continuously, the
combustion fumes produced by the engine can be very dangerous and/or
lethal for the human body.
If work has to be done in an enclosed environment, take all necessary
precautions to ensure the circulation o fresh air and protect the respiratory
system using a suitable mask.
Safety Messages
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• safety shoes or boots
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Falling load can crush and cause death or serious injury.
Never work under lifted load unless load is securely supported to prevent
falling.
Hot fluid under pressure can scald.
Allow engine to cool before opening coolant cap.
Fuel and fumes can explode and burn.
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Shut off engine before refueling. No flame. No smoking.
Maintenance
Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials
away from battery. Battery explosion can blind. Acid can blind and burn.
Tools and cable clamps can make sparks.
Do not smoke. Shield eyes and face.
Pressurized fluid can penetrate body tissue and result in serious injury or
death. Leaks can be invisible. Keep away from any suspected leak. Relieve
pressure in the hydraulic system before searching for leaks, disconnecting
hoses, or performing any other work on the system. If you must pressurize
the system to find a suspected leak, use an object such as a piece of wood or
cardboard rather than your hands. When loosening a fitting where some
residual pressure may exist, slowly loosen the fitting until oil begins to leak.
Wait for leaking to stop before disconnecting the fitting. Fluid injected under
the skin must be removed immediately by a surgeon familiar with this type of
injury.
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Safety Messages
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Contact with moving parts can cause death or serious injury.
• Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from power-driven parts.
• Wear close-fitting clothing and confine long hair. Avoid wearing jewelry,
such as rings, wristwatches, necklaces, or bracelets.
• Keep all shields and guards in place and properly secured.
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Follow Shutdown Procedure before repairing, servicing, transporting, or
cleaning machine. Refer to "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 for
instructions.
Maintenance
Be sure all safety devices are installed and functioning properly after
servicing machine.
Safety Messages
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Welding on Machines with Electronic Controls
Proper welding procedures are necessary in order to avoid damage to the electronic controls and to
the bearings. When possible, remove the component that must be welded from the machine or the
engine and then weld the component. If welding near an electronic control on the machine or the
engine, temporarily remove the electronic control in order to prevent heat-related damage. The
following steps should be followed when welding on a machine with electronic controls.
1. Turn off the engine and remove key.
2. Turn the battery disconnect switch to the OFF position.
NOTICE: Do not use electrical components (ECM or ECM sensors) or electronic component
grounding points for grounding the welder.
3. Clamp the ground cable from the welder to the component to be welded. Place the clamp as close
as possible to the weld. Make sure that the electrical path from the ground cable to the component
does not go through any bearing. Use this procedure in order to reduce the possibility of damage
to:
• Bearings of the drive train
• Hydraulic components
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• Electrical components
4. Protect wiring harnesses and hydraulic hoses from debris and weld spatter.
Maintenance
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General Information
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Ensure that all safety information, warnings and instructions are read and understood before any
operation or any maintenance procedures are performed.
The user is responsible for the performance of maintenance, including all adjustments, the use of
proper lubricants, fluids, filters, and the replacement of components due to normal wear and aging.
Failure to adhere to proper maintenance intervals and procedures may result in diminished
performance of the product and/or accelerated wear of components.
Use service hours or calendar time, which ever occurs first, in order to determine the maintenance
intervals. Products that operate in severe operating conditions may require more frequent
maintenance.
NOTICE: Before each consecutive interval is performed, all maintenance from the previous interval
must be performed.
Recommended Fluids
See "Specifications", page 2-3 or "P385B Lubrication / Fluids Chart", page 4-6 for fluid and lubricant
requirements.
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Engine Maintenance
Maintenance
Refer to the Engine Operation Manual supplied with the machine for engine maintenance
information.
MACHINE - GREASE
NOTICE: All daily grease lubricant should be applied at the end of each machine operation while the
machine is still warm and the asphalt is still soft or not set up. Failure to do so may allow asphalt to
harden around seals and risk damaging seals and lead to premature bearing failures.
Ensure all fittings and grease applicator nozzles are clean before applying grease. Immediately
replace any broken or missing grease fittings.
Maintenance Schedule
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P385B Lubrication / Fluids Chart
Interval
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Daily
Maintenance
No. of
Points
Type
Quantity
Remarks
Engine
Coolant
1
-
-
Check level in
Radiator 50/50 AntiFreeze.
2
Engine Oil
1
15W40
-
Check Level
3
Fuel/Water
Separator
1
-
-
Check / Drain
4
Fuel Tank
1
ULSD
Check level and fill.
5
Diesel Exhaust
Fluid (DEF)
1
DEF
Check level and fill.
6
Spray-down
Fluid
1
7
Hydraulic Oil
1
ISO 68
-
8
Screed Height
Adjusters
4
HTG
2 Shots
9
Conveyor
Drive Chain
2
HTG
12 Shots
10
Conveyor
Drive Bearings
4
HTG
12 Shots
11
Conveyor Idler
Bearings
4
HTG
12 Shots
12
Auger Drive
Chain
2
HTG
12 Shots
13
Auger Drive
Bearing
2
HTG
12 Shots
14
Auger Outer
Bearing
2
HTG
12 Shots
15
Truck Hitch
4
HTG
4 Shots
Reference
Identification
1
Check level and fill.
Check level in sight
gauge.
If equipped.
HTG - HIGH TEMP GREASE
SAE 80/90 - 80W-90 GEAR OIL (API GL-5 & MT-1)
ISO68 - ANTIWEAR HYDRAULIC FLUID, ISO GRADE 68
ISO22241, DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID (DEF)
ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL (ULSD) FUEL, S < 15 PPM
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Machine - Grease
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P385B Lubrication / Fluids Chart
Interval
Weekly
Reference
Identification
No. of
Points
16
Crown
Adjuster
4
HTG
2 Shots
17
Slope Adjuster
4
HTG
2 Shots
18
Vibrator
Bearings
4
HTG
2 Shots
19
Extension
Height
Adjuster
2
HTG
2 Shots
Type
Quantity
Remarks
HTG - HIGH TEMP GREASE
SAE 80/90 - 80W-90 GEAR OIL (API GL-5 & MT-1)
ISO68 - ANTIWEAR HYDRAULIC FLUID, ISO GRADE 68
ISO22241, DIESEL EXHAUST FLUID (DEF)
Maintenance
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ULTRA LOW SULFUR DIESEL (ULSD) FUEL, S < 15 PPM
Machine - Grease
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15
15
3
6
2
4
1
14
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14
Maintenance
13 12 13
9
7
10
10
8
8
19
19
18
4-8
9
17
16 17
18
Machine - Grease
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MAINTENANCE INTERVALS
The maintenance intervals outlined in the following maintenance section are based on normal
operating conditions. When operating under severe conditions, the maintenance intervals should be
shortened.
P385B Service Hours
Every 50
Hours or
Weekly
Initial 100
Hours
Every 100
Hours
Every 250
Hours or
Monthly
Remarks
Coolant Level
Engine Oil Level
Fuel System Primary Filter/Water Separator
Air Cleaner Restriction Indicator
Fuel Tank
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tank
Spray-down Fluid Tank
Hydraulic Fluid Level
Backup Alarm
Operator Station Horn
Fuel Tank Water and Sediment
Check
Check
Drain
Check
Fill
Check
Fill
Check
Test
Test
Drain
Track Idler and Rollers
Check
Tow Arm Joint Nuts
Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
Cooling System
Propel Handles
Switches
Hydraulic System
Overall Machine
Auger Drive Chains
Conveyor Drive Chains
Conveyor Drive Chain Grease Brush
Engine Stop Switch
Park Brake Interlock
Hydrostatic and Feeder System Creep
Safety Signs
Engine Oil Sample
Tow Arm Joint Nuts
Conveyors
Track Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
Spray-down Fluid System Filter
Track Tension
Tracks
Tighten
Change
Check
Check
Check
Check
Check
Adjust
Adjust
Adjust
Check
Check
Check
Check / Replace
Obtain
Tighten
Adjust
Check
Clean / Replace
Check
Inspect
Maintenance Intervals
4
Every 10
Hours or
Daily
Identification
Maintenance
Interval
Hours
4-9
WEILER P385B PAVER
Every 500
Hours or
Annually
Every 1000
Hours or
Annually
Every 1500
Hours
Every 3000
Hours
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As Required
Maintenance
4-10
Engine Air Cleaner Elements
Engine Oil and Filter
Fuel System Primary Filter/Water Separator
Fuel System Secondary Filter
Radiator / Hydraulic Cooler Core
Conveyor System
Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
Braking System
Engine Mounts
Inspect / Clean / Replace
Change
Replace
Replace
Clean
Inspect
Change
Test
Inspect
Hydraulic System Oil and Filters
Change
Engine Crankcase Breather Element
Replace
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Filter
Clean / Replace
Battery
Battery Terminals
Battery
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Filler Screen
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tank
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tank
Engine
Engine Air Cleaner Elements
Fuel System
Circuit Breakers
Fuses
Relays
Ground Fault Circuit Breakers
Hopper Flashing
Tracks
Screed Plate
Steering
Ground Drive
Replace
Clean / Check
Jump-Starting
Clean
Flush
Fill
Clean
Inspect / Clean / Replace
Prime
Reset
Replace
Replace
Test
Inspect / Replace
Removal
Level
Calibrate
Calibrate
Maintenance Intervals
WEILER P385B PAVER
EVERY 10 HOURS OR DAILY
Coolant Level - Check
Hot fluid under pressure can scald.
Allow engine to cool before opening filler cap.
Fill to “FULL” mark on coolant tank with a low-silicate (ethylene glycol) antifreeze and clean water
mixture.
NOTICE: Never add pure antifreeze to a cooling system. Use a 50/50 water/antifreeze mixture.
Never use high-silicate antifreeze or antifreeze that is higher than a 60/40 mixture.
1. Remove the cooling system filler cap (1) slowly in
order to relieve pressure.
2. Maintain the coolant level between full and add line.
3. Clean the cooling system filler cap and check the
condition of the filler cap gaskets. Replace if gaskets
are damaged. Install the cooling system filler cap.
4
4. Inspect cooling system for leaks.
Maintenance
1
Engine Oil Level - Check
With engine level, fill to full mark on dipstick. Do not
overfill.
1. To check the oil level, stop the engine and allow
engine oil to settle for ten minutes.
2. Check the oil level with dipstick (1).
1
2
3. Maintain the oil level on the dipstick between the
“FULL” mark and the “ADD” mark.
4. Clean oil filler cap (2) and surrounding area before
removing cap. If necessary, add oil.
5. Install the oil filler cap (2).
NOTICE: Do not overfill crankcase. The oil level must not be above the “FULL” range on the
dipstick.
Every 10 Hours or Daily
4-11
WEILER P385B PAVER
Fuel System Primary Filter/Water Separator - Drain
Fuel leaked or spilled onto hot surfaces or electrical components can explode
or burn.
Clean up fuel spills immediately. No flame. No smoking.
NOTICE: The water separator is not a filter. The water separator removes water from the fuel. The
engine should never be allowed to run with the water separator more than half full of water. Engine
damage may result.
(1) Primary Fuel Filter
(2) Water Separator Bowl
(3) Drain
1. Open the drain valve (3) and allow the fluid to drain
1
into a suitable container.
2. Close the drain valve (3). Dispose of the drained fluid
2
in accordance with local regulations.
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The water separator is under suction during normal
engine operation. Ensure that the drain valve is
tightened securely to help prevent air from entering the
fuel system.
3
Maintenance
Air Cleaner Restriction Indicator - Check
When red indicator reaches the window on indicator (1),
replace primary air filter element. Push button (2) to
reset indicator.
Do not remove element until the indicator shows it needs
to be replaced.
1
NOTICE: The air restriction indicator will not function
properly if:
• Element is damaged or not seated properly in
housing.
2
• Air cleaner element body is damaged. If so, unfiltered air may enter engine.
• Air transfer duct between air cleaner and engine is damaged or its clamps are loose.
• Air duct between air cleaner and restriction indicator is damaged or pinched.
4-12
Every 10 Hours or Daily
WEILER P385B PAVER
Fuel Tank - Fill
Fuel and fumes can explode and burn.
Shut off engine before refueling. No flame. No smoking.
Fill fuel tank at the end of each day to reduce
condensation. Do not fill to the very top; leave room for
expansion.
1
Fuel Capacity
34 gal (129 L)
(1) Fill Cap
(2) Fuel Level (shown on display)
Maintenance
4
2
Every 10 Hours or Daily
4-13
WEILER P385B PAVER
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tank - Check
Use caution when dispensing DEF near an engine that has recently been
running. Spilling DEF onto hot components may cause the release of
ammonia vapors.
Do not breathe ammonia vapors. Do not clean up any spills with bleach.
Take care when dispensing DEF. DEF that has been spilled will attack paint and metal. Spills should
be cleaned immediately. All surfaces should be wiped clean and rinsed with water.
Shut off engine before filling tank.
NOTICE: Stopping the engine immediately after the engine has been working under load can result
in overheating of DEF system components. Refer to "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 to
allow the engine to cool and to prevent excessive temperatures in the turbocharger housing and DEF
injector.
NOTICE: Do not turn battery ground disconnect switch OFF while wait to disconnect lamp is
illuminated. Lamp remain ON approximately 2 minutes after engine is shut down. Disconnecting
battery power too soon will prevent purging of the DEF lines after engine is shutdown.
DEF capacity: 5 gal (19 L)
(1) Fill Cap
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The DEF tank fill cap is colored blue. Refer to the Cat
Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual for DEF
requirement.
1
Maintenance
NOTICE: Do not use agriculture grade urea solutions. Do
not use any fluids that do not meet “ISO 22241-1”
requirements in SCR emissions reduction systems. Use of
these fluids can result in numerous problems including
damage to SCR equipment and a reduction in NOx
conversion efficiency.
DEF level (2) is shown on electronic display panel.
2
4-14
Every 10 Hours or Daily
WEILER P385B PAVER
Spray-down Fluid Tank - Fill
Clean spray-down fluid is very important. Do not spill
contaminants into tank.
2
1
Fluid Capacity
8 gal (30 L)
1. Remove fill cap (1).
2. Fill until gauge (2) reads full.
3. Install fill cap.
Hydraulic Oil Level - Check
Clean hydraulic fluid is very important. Clean fill cap
and surrounding components before removing fill cap. Do
not spill contaminants into the tank. Filter all hydraulic
fluid through a 5-micron filter before adding to tank.
4
Keep tank filled to sight gauge level. Machine must be
level and in transport position. Hydraulic fluid level will
vary when machine is running. Check hydraulic fluid
level when machine has been sitting with engine is off for
at least 5 minutes.
Maintenance
1
1. Remove fill cap (1).
2. Fill to upper half of sight gauge level (2).
3. Install fill cap.
2
Every 10 Hours or Daily
4-15
WEILER P385B PAVER
Backup Alarm - Test
1. Turn ignition switch to ON position.
2. Place control console selector switch (1) to LH (left
1
hand control console).
3. Slightly move a propel handle (2) to the REVERSE
position.
The backup alarm should sound immediately. The
backup alarm should continue to sound until propel
control handle(s) are moved to the NEUTRAL or
FORWARD position.
4. Repeat test for the other propel handle if equipped
with dual propel handles.
5. Place control console selector switch to RH (right
hand control console).
6. Repeat test for each propel handle. Contact a Weiler
dealer if backup alarm does not function correctly.
2
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Maintenance
Operator Station Horn - Test
1. Press button (1) to sound horn. Test the control
consoles and optional screed panels. .
1
4-16
Every 10 Hours or Daily
WEILER P385B PAVER
Screed Height Adjuster - Grease
(1) Two shots, four fittings (two each side of screed)
1
Drive Bearings/Drive Chain - Grease
(1) Twelve shots, six fittings (three each side of
machine)
Maintenance
4
1
Conveyor Idler - Grease
(1) Twelve shots, four fittings (two each side of machine)
1
Every 10 Hours or Daily
4-17
WEILER P385B PAVER
Inner Auger/Auger Chain - Grease
(1) Twelve shots, four fittings
1
Outer Auger - Grease
(1) Twelve shots, two fittings (one each side of machine)
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1
Maintenance
Truck Hitch Guide Rollers (Optional) - Grease
(1) Four shots, two fittings (one each side of truck hitch)
1
4-18
Every 10 Hours or Daily
WEILER P385B PAVER
EVERY 50 HOURS OR WEEKLY
Crown Adjuster - Grease
(1) Two shots, four fittings, each end of both adjustment
shafts.
1
Slope Adjuster - Grease
(1) Two shots, four fittings, each end of both adjustment
Maintenance
4
shafts.
1
Extension Height Adjuster - Grease
(1) Two shots, two fittings, one on each gearbox.
1
Every 50 Hours or Weekly
4-19
WEILER P385B PAVER
Vibratory Shaft Bearing - Grease
(1) Two shots, four fittings, two each side of main
screed.
1
Fuel Tank Water and Sediment - Drain
Fuel leaked or spilled onto hot surfaces or electrical components can explode
or burn.
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Clean up fuel spills immediately. No flame. No smoking.
Drain fuel tank water and sediment using one of the
hoses from the bottom of the fuel tank to the fuel filter.
Disconnect the hose at the fuel filter (1).
Maintenance
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual,
“General Hazard Information” for information on
containing fluid spillage.
1
Track Idler and Rollers - Check
Check for oil leakage at track idler and rollers. Replace idler or roller if leakage is observed.
4-20
Every 50 Hours or Weekly
WEILER P385B PAVER
INITIAL 100 HOURS
Tow Arm Joint Nuts - Tighten
Torque nuts to 110 ft-lb (150 Nm). There are four grade 8
fasteners on each side of machine.
1
Final Drive Planetary Oil Level - Change
The final drive planetary has two plugs in the end covers. Position the final drive with plug (1) at the
bottom of the drive.
4
Perform this procedure for the final drive planetary on both sides of the machine.
1. Remove plugs (1) and (2) and allow the oil to drain
into a suitable container.
2
Maintenance
2. Clean plug (1) and install the plug.
3. Fill the final drive planetary through plug (2) to the
bottom of the plug opening with plug (1) positioned at
the bottom of the drive. Allow the machine to sit for
45 minutes.
1
NOTICE: The machine needs to sit for 45 minutes to fill
the rear bearings of the final drive planetary. Failure to
wait 45 minutes may result in bearing failure from low
oil level.
4. Recheck oil level and add oil to fill the planetary up to plug (2).
5. Clean plug (2) and install.
Initial 100 Hours
4-21
WEILER P385B PAVER
EVERY 100 HOURS
Cooling System - Check
• Inspect hose clamps and overflow tube.
• Check for dirt and debris in radiator fins. Clean fins with water or pressurized air. Partially
blocked fins will increase engine coolant and/or hydraulic oil operating temperature.
• Check fan for cracked, bent or loose blades. Check for loose fasteners.
Propel Handle(s) - Check
Check propel and adjustment handles for freedom of movement.
Switches - Check
Check that non-detented control switches spring return to NEUTRAL or OFF when handle is
released.
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Hydraulic System - Check
Maintenance
Pressurized fluid can penetrate body tissue and result in serious injury or
death. Leaks can be invisible. Keep away from any suspected leak. Relieve
pressure in the hydraulic system before searching for leaks, disconnecting
hoses, or performing any other work on the system. If you must pressurize
the system to find a suspected leak, use an object such as a piece of wood or
cardboard rather than your hands. When loosening a fitting where some
residual pressure may exist, slowly loosen the fitting until oil begins to leak.
Wait for leaking to stop before disconnecting the fitting. Fluid injected under
the skin must be removed immediately by a surgeon familiar with this type of
injury.
• Ensure all connections are tight and hoses are in good condition before applying hydraulic
pressure to the system.
• Check for leaking or kinked hoses that rub against each other or other parts of the machine.
Replace all deteriorated or damaged hoses. When a hose with a protective sleeve is replaced,
always install a new protective sleeve over the new hose.
• Check hydraulic cylinders for leaks and damage. Repair or replace as required.
4-22
Every 100 Hours
WEILER P385B PAVER
Overall Machine - Check
Shields and Guards
Check that all shields and guards are installed and are fastened securely to machine. Replace and
repair any shields or guards that are damaged or have missing parts.
Hardware
Check machine for loose, worn, or missing parts and hardware. Tighten any loose parts and replace
any worn or missing parts. Refer to the Parts Manual for replacement parts.
Frame
Check machine frame and contact Weiler dealer immediately if you notice any bending or cracking.
Fire Prevention
Keep engine compartment, battery, hydraulic lines, fuel tank and operator’s station clean of
accumulated grease and debris.
Electrical Harness
Check that electrical harness and all wires are properly supported and not rubbing on any sharp
corners. Support any loose wires hanging under machine frame.
4
Engine Belts
Maintenance
Inspect for worn, cracked, or frayed belts. Replace if worn or damaged.
Every 100 Hours
4-23
WEILER P385B PAVER
Auger Drive Chains - Adjust
Entanglement in rotating augers can crush or cut off hands and feet.
Stay away from rotating augers. Shut off engine and remove key when
servicing or cleaning augers.
Follow the "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 before checking the tension of the auger drive
chains. Rotate the auger back and forth. If the auger rotates more than 0.75” (19 mm), adjust the
drive chain.
1. Open access panel (1).
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2. Loosen two mounting bolts (2) for each motor.
3. Loosen jam nuts (3).
4. Turn adjusting nut (4) until the auger chain deflects
3 mm (0.125 inch) when applying a force at the
mid-span of the chain.
4
5. Tighten mounting bolts (2) and jam nuts (3).
6. Close access panel.
2
1
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Maintenance
4-24
Every 100 Hours
WEILER P385B PAVER
Conveyor Drive Chains - Adjust
Contact with moving parts can cause death or serious injury.
• Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from power-driven parts.
• Wear close-fitting clothing and confine long hair. Avoid wearing jewelry,
such as rings, wristwatches, necklaces, or bracelets.
• Keep all shields and guards in place and properly secured.
Follow the "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 before checking the tension of the conveyor
drive chains.
1. Remove panel (1).
2. Open side covers. Loosen bolts (2).
1
3. Loosen jam nuts (3).
4. Turn adjusting nuts (4) until the conveyor chain (5) is
4
deflected 0.125” (3 mm) when applying a force at the
mid span of the chain.
5. Tighten jam nuts (3).
6. Tighten bolts (2).
Maintenance
7. Close side covers.
8. Replace panel.
NOTICE: Ensure Conveyor Drive Chain Grease Brush -
3
4
Adjust procedure is performed after adjusting conveyor
drive chains to avoid machine damage.
Refer to "Conveyor Drive Chain Grease Brush - Adjust",
page 4-26.
2
5
Every 100 Hours
4-25
WEILER P385B PAVER
Conveyor Drive Chain Grease Brush - Adjust
1. If adjusting left grease brush, loosen jam nut (1) on
rear fire wall to allow hose to rotate while adjusting
grease brush.
1
If adjusting right grease brush, loosen jam nut (1) on
rear fire wall to allow hose to rotate while adjusting
grease brush.
1
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Maintenance
2. Open side covers. Loosen jam nut (2) on grease brush.
3. Adjust grease brush (3) to desired setting. Clockwise
3
lowers grease brush. Counterclockwise raises the
grease brush.
4. Tighten jam nut (2).
2
5. Tighten jam nut (1).
6. Close side covers.
Engine Stop Switch - Check
1. Press red Engine Stop Button while engine is running. Engine must stop.
2. With red Engine Stop Button depressed, try starting engine. Engine must not start.
3. Contact a Weiler dealer if an Engine Stop switch does not function correctly.
4-26
Every 100 Hours
WEILER P385B PAVER
Park Brake Interlock - Check
1. Start the engine.
2. Activate left hand console with control console selector button.
3. Move one of the left hand control console propel handle(s) out of NEUTRAL.
4. Press the park brake button on the left hand control console. Park brake must stay engaged.
5. If park brake disengages while propel handle is out of NEUTRAL, contact a Weiler dealer.
6. Repeat test for each park brake button.
Hydrostatic and Feeder System Creep - Check
1. With the machine on a level surface, place all propel control handles in NEUTRAL and all
conveyor and auger switches to OFF.
2. Start engine and increase engine speed to full RPM.
3. Release park brake.
5. Contact a Weiler dealer if movement occurs.
Safety Signs Maintenance
Safety signs located on the machine contain important and useful information that will help you
operate the machine safely and correctly. Refer to "Safety Decals", page 1-6 for identification and
location of safety signs
To ensure that all safety signs remain in place and in good condition:
• Keep safety signs clean. Use soap and water - not mineral spirits, abrasive cleaners, or other
similar cleaners that will damage the sign.
• Replace any damaged or missing safety signs. When attaching new safety signs, the
temperature of the mounting surface must be at least 40°F (5°C). The mounting surface must be
clean and dry.
• When replacing a machine component with a safety sign attached, replace the safety sign also.
Replacement safety signs can be purchased from your Weiler dealer.
Every 100 Hours
4-27
Maintenance
4
4. Ground drive, conveyors and augers must not move.
WEILER P385B PAVER
EVERY 250 HOURS OR MONTHLY
Engine Oil Sample - Obtain
Contact with hot liquids or surfaces can scald or burn.
Do not touch. Allow to cool before servicing.
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual supplied with the machine for instructions.
Tow Arm Joint Nuts - Tighten
Torque nuts to 110 ft-lb (150 Nm). There are four
fasteners on each side of machine.
1
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Maintenance
4-28
Every 250 Hours or Monthly
WEILER P385B PAVER
Conveyors - Adjust
In order to adjust the drag conveyor to the proper tension, the drag conveyor chain (1) should hang
approximately 0.5” (1.27 cm) above the edge of the side plate (8). Perform the following steps in order
to tighten or loosen the drag conveyor.
Follow the "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 before adjusting the conveyors.
1. Remove chains (2) from hooks (3) and raise panel (4).
2
3
2. Remove cotter pins (5) from adjusting rod (6).
1
4. Use adjusting rod (6), 11/16” wrench, or socket to
turn the takeup shafts CCW until the chain is
tensioned correctly. Alternately adjust takeup
shafts (7) until excess sag in chain (1) is removed.
6
4
3. Remove adjusting rod from takeup shafts (7).
4
7
Maintenance
Takeup shafts must be tightened evenly.
5
5. Replace adjusting rod (6).
6. Install cotter pins (5).
7. Repeat for other half of conveyor.
8. Lower the panel (4).
9. Lock panel (4) in place by placing chains (2) over
hooks (3).
Every 250 Hours or Monthly
1
8
4-29
WEILER P385B PAVER
Final Drive Planetary Oil Level - Check
Remove oil plugs with extreme caution, overpressure inside the unit could
strongly expel plugs.
The final drive planetary is located at the rear of each
track assembly.
1. Check the oil level of each drive.
The final drives have two plugs in the end covers.
Position the final drive with plug (1) at the bottom of
the drive. Plug (2) is used to check the level of the oil
in the drive.
1
2
2. Remove the oil level check plug (2). The oil level
should be at the bottom of the opening for the oil level
check plug.
3. Fill the drive at plug (2). Clean and install the plugs.
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Spray-down Fluid System Filter - Clean/Replace
Fuel leaked or spilled onto hot surfaces or electrical components can explode
or burn.
Maintenance
Clean up fuel spills immediately. No flame. No smoking.
NOTICE: Do not allow contaminates to enter the system. Thoroughly clean the area around the
filter before disconnecting.
1. Shut off valve (1).
2. Place a suitable container under the filter (2).
3. Remove the filter (2).
4. Clean the filter of any contaminates.
5. Reinstall filter.
2
1
6. Turn on valve (1).
4-30
Every 250 Hours or Monthly
WEILER P385B PAVER
Tracks Tension - Check
The track tensioning system is under high pressure and may cause serious
injury if pressure is not released when replacing or repairing the track.
The tracks are under tension at all times, including when
the engine is off. To release track tension, unscrew needle
valve (1) on charge valve (2) located above the conveyors.
1
Contact your Weiler dealer for procedure to adjust the
track tension.
2
Tracks - Inspect
4
Inspect the track pads for excessive wear and damage. If
there are cuts or gouges to the pads that could affect the
performance of the machine, replace the damaged track
pads.
Maintenance
Inspect the front idler roller, the rollers and the drive
sprocket for excessive wear. Inspect the track chain pins
and bushings for wear or damage. Inspect the track
frame assembly and idler rollers for loose bolts or nuts.
Inspect the rollers for oil leakage or indications the
rollers are not turning. There are six lower rollers and
one upper roller on each track.
Contact your Weiler dealer for track repair.
Every 250 Hours or Monthly
4-31
WEILER P385B PAVER
EVERY 500 HOURS OR ANNUALLY
Engine Air Filter Elements - Clean/Replace
NOTICE: Never run the engine without an air cleaner element installed. Never run the engine with
a damaged air cleaner element. Do not use damaged air cleaner elements. Dirt entering the engine
causes premature wear and damage to engine components.
1. Remove the air cleaner housing cover (1).
2. Remove the primary filter element (2) from the air
cleaner housing.
1
NOTICE: Never clean the secondary filter element. It
should be replaced every third time the primary filter
element is replaced.
4
3. Remove the secondary filter element (3).
4. Cover the air inlet opening. Clean the inside of the air
cleaner housing.
5. Uncover the air inlet opening. Install a new
secondary element.
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6. Install the primary element. Install the air cleaner
3
2
housing cover with the rubber evacuator tube (4) at
the bottom. Fasten the clips to secure the air cleaner
housing cover.
Maintenance
7. Reset the filter element indicator.
4-32
Every 500 Hours or Annually
WEILER P385B PAVER
Engine Oil and Filter - Change
Follow the "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 before changing engine oil and filter.
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual supplied with the machine for instructions.
1. Open panel on right side of machine..
2
2. Remove p-clamp (1).
3. Remove the cap (2) from end of drain hose (2). Drain
oil into a suitable container.
1
4. Install drain plug and p-clamp, close panel.
5. Remove filter (3) and discard.
6. Clean filter housing base. All of the old filter seal
must be removed from the filter housing base.
3
7. Apply a thin coat of engine oil to the seal of the new
filter element.
4
NOTICE: Do not fill oil filter with oil before installation.
This oil would not be filtered and could be contaminated
which can cause accelerated engine wear.
8. Install the new filter by hand, spin on until O-ring
Maintenance
seal contacts oil filter base. Rotate oil filter 3/4 of a turn.
9. Remove oil filler cap (4). Fill the crankcase with new
oil. See "Engine Specifications", page 2-3. Clean the
oil filler cap and install.
10. Check the oil level on the dipstick (5). Maintain the
oil level between “FULL” and “ADD”.
4
5
11. Start engine and run for two minutes. Monitor oil
pressure. Refer to "Engine Diagnostics Screen",
page 2-40 for additional information.
12. Inspect machine for oil leaks.
13. Stop engine.
14. Wait ten minutes for oil to drain back into crankcase. Check oil level.
Every 500 Hours or Annually
4-33
WEILER P385B PAVER
Fuel System Primary Filter (Water Separator) Element - Replace
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual
supplied with the machine for instructions.
Fuel System Secondary Filter - Replace
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual
supplied with the machine for instructions.
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Maintenance
4-34
Every 500 Hours or Annually
WEILER P385B PAVER
Radiator/Hydraulic Cooler Core - Clean
Follow "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6. Do not clean the cores when the machine is
running.
1. Remove cover (1).
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2. Inspect the cores for debris. If necessary, clean the
radiator.
Maintenance
4
Compressed air is preferred, but high pressure water
or steam can be used to remove dust and general
debris from a core.
Every 500 Hours or Annually
4-35
WEILER P385B PAVER
Conveyor System - Inspect
Chain Guards
1. If top of chain is exposed, the guards (1) need to be
replaced.
1
2. Adjust guards so the distance between guard and
conveyor chain is 0.25” (6.35 mm).
Conveyor Chain
1. Check for the following conditions. If any are present,
replace chains.
2
• excessive motion between the bushing (1) and the
pin (2)
• wear on heads of chain pins (2) and sidebars
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• wear on chain rollers (3)
1
• cracked links and chain rollers
3
Maintenance
2. Inspect distance between chain (4) and frame (5). If
chain contacts frame, replace chain and sprockets.
3. Measure ten pitches of chain on both strands. The
nominal length of a new chain is 27.5” (69.85 cm). If
the chain measures 28.325” (71.95 cm), plan
convenient replacement. If the chain measures 28.6”
(72.6 cm), replace chain and sprockets.
5
4
4-36
Every 500 Hours or Annually
WEILER P385B PAVER
Drag Bars
1. Replace drag bars (1) when 0.375” (9.5 mm) thick or if
damaged.
3
2. Replace roll pins (2) if they are backing out.
1
4
4
2
Take the measurement at the center of the edge (4) of the drag pan (3). Replace when pans are worn
to 0.125” (3 mm) thick, or when the hardware is worn enough that a hex wrench can no longer be
inserted into the screws.
Auger
Replace auger when edge wears to a point.
Every 500 Hours or Annually
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Maintenance
Drag Pans
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Final Drive Planetary Oil Level - Change
Perform this procedure on both sides of the machine.
Position the final drive with plug (1) at the bottom of the drive.
1. Remove plugs (1) and (2) and allow the oil to drain
into a suitable container.
2
2. Clean plug (1) and install.
3. Fill the final drive planetary through plug (2) to the
bottom of the plug opening with the plug positioned at
10 o’clock.
1
NOTICE: Allow machine to sit for 45 minutes for oil to
fill the rear bearings of the final drive planetary. Failure
to wait 45 minutes may result in bearing failure.
4. Add oil to fill the planetary up to plug (2).
5. Clean plug (2) and install.
Brake System - Test
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Death or serious injury possible if bystander is struck or runover by machine
if park brake system is not functioning properly.
Clear area of all personnel before checking park brake holding capacity.
Maintenance
The following test is used in order to determine if the park brake is functional on a specified slope.
This test is not intended to measure the maximum brake holding effort. Read all steps before
performing the procedure.
1. Start the engine. Refer to "Machine Starting Procedure", page 3-3 for information on starting the
engine.
2. Position the machine near the base of a 15° (26%) slope.
3. Decrease engine speed to LOW IDLE.
4. Engage park brake.
The machine should not move.
5. Park the machine on a level surface.
6. Stop the engine.
7. If machine moves when testing the brakes, contact your Weiler dealer.
Failure to have the brakes inspected and repaired can cause death or serious
injury.
Have dealer inspect and repair brakes before returning machine to operation.
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Every 500 Hours or Annually
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EVERY 1000 HOURS OR ANNUALLY
Engine Mounts - Inspect
1. Inspect engine mounts for loose bolts and deterioration.
2. Replace engine mounts that show deterioration.
3. Torque bolts to 90 ft-lb (120 Nm).
Hydraulic System Oil and Filters - Change
1. Remove the cap (1) to relieve pressure from the
hydraulic tank.
4
1
2. Open panel on right side of machine..
Maintenance
2
3. Remove p-clamp (3).
4. Remove cap (2) from end of drain hose. Drain oil into
a suitable container.
3
5. Install drain plug and p-clamp, close panel.
6. Remove front engine door.
7. Remove charge filter (4).
4
8. Install new charge filter.
Every 1000 Hours or Annually
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9. Remove the return filter cover (5). Remove the return
filter (inside tank).
10. Inspect the filter and filter cover o-rings. Install a
new return filter. Install the return filter cover.
11. Filter all hydraulic fluid through a 5-micron filter
before adding to tank. Fill the hydraulic tank through
the fill cap (1). Refer to "Machine System Capacity
Specifications", page 2-5 for the correct refill
capacity.
5
12. Replace cap (1).
13. Start engine. Run engine for a few minutes. Check
1
the hydraulic filters for leaks.
14. Stop engine.
15. Repair any leaks.
16. Maintain oil level between the “FULL” and “ADD”
marks on sight gauge.
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Maintenance
EVERY 1500 HOURS
Engine Crankcase Breather Element - Replace
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual supplied with the machine for instructions.
EVERY 3000 HOURS
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Filter - Clean / Replace
Refer to Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual supplied with the machine for instructions.
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Every 1500 Hours
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AS REQUIRED
Battery - Replace
Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials
away from battery. Battery explosion can blind. Acid can blind and burn.
Tools and cable clamps can make sparks.
Do not smoke. Shield eyes and face. Read instructions.
Pb
Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and
reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
1. Follow "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6.
2. Turn battery disconnect switch OFF.
1
3. Remove cover (1).
4. Remove negative (-) battery cable (2), then positive
4
(+) battery cable (3) from battery.
5. Remove battery tie-down.
stiff wire brush. Apply a light coating of petroleum
jelly around the base of each terminal.
7. Spray terminals with a battery terminal sealer and
install cables.
2
3
8. Install new battery.
9. Install battery tie-down.
10. Attach positive (+) battery cable (3), then negative (-)
battery cable (2) to battery terminal.
11. Install cover (1).
12. Turn battery disconnect switch ON.
As Required
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Maintenance
6. Remove battery. Clean terminals and clamps with a
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Battery Terminals - Check/Clean
Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials
away from battery. Battery explosion can blind. Acid can blind and burn.
Tools and cable clamps can make sparks.
Do not smoke. Shield eyes and face. Read instructions.
In case of acid contact:
External: Flush with plenty of water. If eyes have been exposed, flush with water for 15 minutes
and get prompt medical attention.
Internal: Call a physician immediately.
Pb
Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and
reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
1. Follow "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6.
2. Turn battery disconnect switch (1)OFF.
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3. Remove negative (-) battery cable, then positive (+)
battery cable.
1
4. Clean terminals and clamps with a stiff wire brush.
Apply a light coating of petroleum jelly around the
base of each terminal.
Maintenance
5. Spray terminals with a battery terminal sealer and
install cables.
6. Turn battery ground disconnect switch ON.
7. Install battery compartment cover.
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As Required
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Battery - Jump-Starting
Battery Explosion - Avoid
Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials
away from battery. Battery explosion can blind. Acid can blind and burn.
Tools and cable clamps can make sparks.
Do not smoke. Shield eyes and face. Read instructions.
Do not jump-start or charge a battery that is frozen or low on electrolyte.
Do not allow vehicle used to jump-start to be in contact with the disabled machine. Vehicles in contact
have a ground connection which allows a spark to occur at the battery when the positive jumper cable
is connected or removed. If equipped with battery caps, they must be in place and tight to reduce risk
of battery explosion.
NOTICE: Use only a 12-volt system for jump-starting.
Battery Burns - Avoid
4
Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials
away from battery. Battery explosion can blind. Acid can blind and burn.
Tools and cable clamps can make sparks.
Do not smoke. Shield eyes and face. Read instructions.
Maintenance
Battery contains sulfuric acid which can cause severe burns. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and
clothing.
In case of acid contact:
• External: Flush with plenty of water. If eyes have been exposed, flush with water for 15
minutes and get prompt medical attention.
• Internal: Call a physician immediately.
As Required
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Jump-Starting Procedure
Pb
Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and
reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
1. Follow "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6.
2. Turn battery ground disconnect switch OFF.
3. Connect jumper cables in the following order:
• Red to discharged battery POSITIVE (+)
terminal (1).
• Red to boost battery POSITIVE (+) terminal (2).
• Black to boost battery NEGATIVE (-) terminal (3).
• Black to rear mount of engine with discharged
battery (4).
Make connection away from battery, fuel lines, and moving parts. Do not attach to the negative
terminal of the discharged battery.
NOTICE: To avoid sparks near the battery, always disconnect black jumper cable from the engine
mount before adjusting red jumper cable.
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4. Turn battery ground disconnect switch ON.
5. Start engine.
Maintenance
6. Remove cables in REVERSE order and install red cover over positive battery cable clamp.
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As Required
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Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Filler Screen - Clean
NOTICE: Stop engine before any servicing or repair is performed.
Contain fluids during performance of inspection, maintenance, testing, adjusting, and repair. Be
prepared to collect fluid with suitable containers before opening any compartment or disassembling
any component containing fluids.
Dispose of all fluids according to local regulations.
1. Clean area around DEF fill cap.
2. Remove fill cap (1).
3. Remove and clean screen with clean water. Dry with
compressed air.
1
4. Replace screen if it cannot be cleaned or is damaged.
5. Install screen.
4
Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Fluid Tank - Flush
Refer to the Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine
Manual supplied with the machine for instructions.
(1) DEF Tank
Maintenance
1
(2) DEF Tank Drain
2
As Required
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Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Tank - Fill
Spilling DEF onto hot components may cause the release of ammonia vapors.
Use caution when dispensing DEF near an engine that has recently been
running. Do not breathe ammonia vapors. Do not clean up any spills with
bleach.
Take care when dispensing DEF. DEF that has been spilled will attack paint and metal. Spills should
be cleaned immediately. All surfaces should be wiped clean and rinsed with water.
Shut off engine before filling tank.
NOTICE: Stopping the engine immediately after the engine has been working under load can result
in overheating of DEF system components. Refer to "Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 to
allow the engine to cool and to prevent excessive temperatures in the turbocharger housing and DEF
injector.
NOTICE: Do not turn battery ground disconnect switch OFF while wait to disconnect lamp is
illuminated. Lamp remains ON approximately 2 minutes after engine is shut down. Disconnecting
battery power too soon will prevent purging of the DEF lines after engine is shutdown.
DEF capacity: 5 gal (19 L)
(1) Fill Cap
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The DEF tank fill cap is colored blue. Refer to the Cat
Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual for DEF
requirement.
Maintenance
NOTICE: Do not use agriculture grade urea solutions. Do
1
not use any fluids that do not meet “ISO 22241-1”
requirements in SCR emissions reduction systems. Use of
these fluids can result in numerous problems including
damage to SCR equipment and a reduction in NOx
conversion efficiency.
DEF level is shown on electronic display panel.
Engine - Clean
Refer to the Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual supplied with the machine for
instructions.
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As Required
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Engine Air Filter Elements - Clean/Replace
Refer to "Engine Air Filter Elements - Clean/Replace", page 4-32 for instructions.
Fuel System - Prime
Refer to the Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual supplied with the machine for
instructions.
Circuit Breakers - Reset
Push in button to reset each circuit breaker. Button will remain depressed if the circuit is working
properly. Check the appropriate electrical circuit if the button does not stay reset.
If a circuit breaker requires frequent resetting, contact your dealer.
2
1
(1) Heater Control (40A)
4
These circuit breakers are located in the middle of the
machine behind the access door.
3
(2) SCR/AUX Relay (50A)
Maintenance
(3) Glow Plugs (60A)
(4) Main Power (behind panel 120A)
4
As Required
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Fuses - Replace
Fuses (1) protect electrical circuits and are located under the hood on the top of the machine. Replace
fuses with the correct rating to prevent damaging electrical system.
1
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Maintenance
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As Required
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Relays - Replace
The relays are located in the vertical access panel
between the operator seats.
1
3
5
(1) ECM Power (35A)
(2) Auxiliary Power (35A)
(3) SCR Power (35A)
(4) Washdown Pump (35A)
(5) Cut Off Door (35A)
2
4
6
(6) Worklights (Optional)(35A)
(7) System Relay (behind panel 200A)
(8) Starter Relay (behind panel 200A)
7
4
8
Ground Fault Circuit Breakers - Test
1. Press the test button (1) that is located on the GFI
circuit breaker. The reset lever (2), which is located
under the test button, should instantly pop out.
The screed heaters must be turned ON to test the
ground fault circuit breakers.
1
2
If the reset lever does not change position, the circuit
breaker needs replaced.
2. Push lever (2) to the right to reset the circuit breaker.
3. Repeat the test for the other ground fault circuit
breaker.
Hopper Flashing - Inspect/Replace
Inspect the front hopper flashing for deterioration. Hot asphalt and trucks that are delivering the
asphalt to the machine can damage the hopper flashing. If necessary, repair the hopper flashing.
Hopper flashing that is not repaired or replaced can cause excess spillage of asphalt in front of the
machine.
As Required
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Maintenance
12 kW Hydraulic Driven Generator
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Tracks - Removal
Contact your Weiler dealer for assistance.
Screed Plate - Level
Falling hopper wings or screed can crush.
Engage locks before working under raised components.
1. The screed must be in a null position before leveling the screed plate.
2. Place both tow point cylinders in the mid-stroke position.
3. Remove any crown from the main screed. Remove any slope from the screed’s extenders. Remove
any berm from the extenders. Adjust the height of the extenders so that the trailing edges are
level with the main screed. Lower the screed onto a flat surface. Make sure that the surface is also
level. Remove the load from the depth control cranks. Make sure that the depth control cranks are
free to turn. Lock into position.
4. Raise the screed to a position that is high enough to extend the lock pins. Extend the lock pins.
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Lower the screed onto the lock pins.
5. Check the main plate for flatness with a string line or a straight edge.
6. Use the screed plate leveling adjusters in order to level the rear edge of the screed plate. Turn the
Maintenance
screed plate leveling adjusters clockwise for 1/6 of a turn in order to adjust the screed plate 0.014”
(0.35 mm). In order to lower the plate, turn the screed plate leveling adjuster clockwise. In order
to raise the plate, turn the screed plate leveling adjuster counterclockwise.
7. Check the front edge of the extender plate’s alignment to the flat of the main screed. The front
edge of the extender plate must be flat and parallel. Check the trailing edge of the extender plate
and adjust using the trailing edge adjusters.
8. Use the screed plate leveling adjusters in order to level the rear edge of the screed plate. Turn the
screed plate leveling adjusters clockwise for 1/6 of a turn in order to adjust the screed plate 0.014
inch (0.35 mm). In order to lower the plate, turn the screed plate leveling adjuster clockwise. In
order to raise the plate, turn the screed plate leveling adjuster counterclockwise.
9. Repeat step 3.
10. Use the extender’s angle adjustment after the screed is level. Adjust the extender so that the
angle is 0.375” (0.95 cm) positive for each extender.
NOTE: This adjustment procedure may require changes after paving has begun.
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As Required
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Steering - Calibrate
Death or serious injury possible if bystander is struck or runover. Unexpected
machine movement possible when calibrating steering or ground drive
system.
Clear area of all personnel before calibrating steering or ground drive system.
Perform steering calibration procedure if:
• machine software is re-flashed
• steering unit or joystick is replaced
• machine is steering incorrectly
To perform steering calibration procedure, navigate to
system settings screen “Steering Calibration”, select and
follow on screen instructions.
When performing steering calibration procedure after a
software re-flash or if machine is steering incorrectly,
ground drive calibration procedure must be performed
immediately following steering calibration procedure.
Refer to "Ground Drive - Calibrate", page 4-52.
Maintenance
4
NOTE: If a step is incorrectly performed, is missed,
or machine is not steering correctly, restart machine
and calibration procedure.
As Required
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Ground Drive - Calibrate
Death or serious injury possible if bystander is struck or runover. Unexpected
machine movement possible when calibrating steering or ground drive
system.
Clear area of all personnel before calibrating steering or ground drive system.
Perform ground drive calibration procedure if:
• machine software is re-flashed
• ground drive pump maintenance or replacement occurred
• machine is steering incorrectly
To perform ground drive calibration procedure, navigate
to system settings screen “Ground Drive Calibration”,
select and follow on screen instructions.
When performing ground drive calibration procedure
after a software re-flash or if machine is steering
incorrectly, steering calibration procedure must be
performed before ground drive calibration procedure.
Refer to "Steering - Calibrate", page 4-51.
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NOTE: If a step is incorrectly performed, is missed,
or machine is not steering correctly, restart machine
and calibration procedure.
Maintenance
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As Required
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STORAGE
Preparing for Storage
Use Shutdown Procedure when preparing the machine for storage. Refer to
"Machine Shutdown Procedure", page 3-6 for instructions.
• Store machine inside or under cover.
• Clean off debris and wash machine. Paint bare metal to inhibit rust.
• Lubricate exposed cylinder rods and screed extension shafts.
NOTICE: Machine controls and electrical/electronic devices are not rated to withstand high pressure
water and high temperature power washers. Water intrusion will likely cause malfunction or damage
to any devices hit directly by the water spray. Keep pressure washer stream away from machine
controls and electrical/electronic devices. Compressed air can also push moisture through some
connector and component seals. Do not point air nozzle directly at seal areas.
• Repair or replace worn or broken parts or damaged decals or safety signs.
Removing from Storage
• Remove all protective coverings.
• Drain any water and sediment from fuel tank that may have built up during storage. Fill fuel
tank.
• Charge battery and install in machine if removed or reconnect cables.
• Refer to the Engine Operation Manual instructions for restoring engine to operation.
Storage
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Maintenance
• Disconnect battery cables or remove battery. Charge fully; recheck every 30 days and charge if
necessary.
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• Refer to the Cat Operation and Maintenance Engine Manual for engine storage instructions.
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APPENDIX A: FAULT CODES
ELECTRONIC DISPLAY ERROR DESCRIPTION
ERROR DESCRIPTION
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE HIGH
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE LOW
CONTROLLER SENSOR
VOLTAGE HIGH
CONTROLLER SENSOR
VOLTAGE LOW
LEFT TRACK VOLTAGE HIGH
LEFT TRACK VOLTAGE LOW
LEFT TRACK CALIBRATION
HIGH
LEFT TRACK CALIBRATION
LOW
RIGHT TRACK VOLTAGE HIGH
RIGHT TRACK VOLTAGE LOW
RIGHT TRACK CALIBRATION
HIGH
RIGHT TRACK CALIBRATION
LOW
LEFT TRACK FORWARD OUT OF
RANGE
LEFT TRACK REVERSE OUT OF
RANGE
RIGHT TRACK FORWARD OUT
OF RANGE
RIGHT TRACK REVERSE OUT
OF RANGE
LEFT AUGER OUT OF RANGE
RIGHT AUGER OUT OF RANGE
TWO-SPEED VALVE OUT OF
RANGE
FUEL VOLTAGE HIGH
FUEL VOLTAGE LOW
TEMP SENDER RES HIGH
TEMP SENDER RES LOW
ERROR STATE
DISPLAY VOLTAGE GREATER THAN 16 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
DISPLAY VOLTAGE LOWER THAN 6 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE GREATER THAN 16 VOLTS FOR 2
SEC.
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE LOWER THAN 6 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE GREATER THAN 6 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
CONTROLLER VOLTAGE LOWER THAN 4 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS GREATER THAN 4.9 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS LESS THAN 0.1 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS GREATER THAN LEFT TRACK HI CAL
FOR 2 SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS LESS THAN LEFT TRACK LO CAL FOR 2
SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS GREATER THAN 4.9 FOR 2 SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS LESS THAN 0.1 VOLTS FOR 2 SEC.
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS GREATER THAN RIGHT TRACK HI CAL
FOR 2 SEC
HANDLE VOLTAGE IS LESS THAN RIGHT TRACK LO CAL FOR
2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
COMMANDED OUTPUT AND THE COMMANDED VALUE IS
GREATER THAN 0.3 FOR 2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
COMMANDED OUTPUT AND THE COMMANDED VALUE IS
GREATER THAN 0.3 FOR 2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
COMMANDED OUTPUT AND THE COMMANDED VALUE IS
GREATER THAN 0.3 FOR 2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
COMMANDED OUTPUT AND THE COMMANDED VALUE IS
GREATER THAN 0.3 FOR 2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
EXPECTED OUTPUT AND THE OUTPUT IS ON FOR 2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
EXPECTED OUTPUT AND THE OUT PUT IS ON FOR 2 SEC.
OUTPUT IS MORE THAN 15 mA LESS OR MORE THAN THE
EXPECTED OUTPUT 0.29A AND THE OUTPUT IS ON FOR 2 SEC.
VOLTAGE IS ABOVE 4.9 VDC
VOLTAGE IS BELOW 0.1 VDC
RESISTANCE GREATER THAN 5000 OHMS
RESISTANCE LESS THAN 30 OHMS
Electronic Display Error Description
A-1
A
DISPLAY VOLTAGE HIGH
DISPLAY VOLTAGE LOW
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ELECTRONIC DISPLAY ENGINE ERROR FAULT CODES
The following table lists all the J1939 diagnostic trouble codes for the C3.4B Tier 4 Final engine. The
table includes a description for each code and the recommended troubleshooting procedure that must
be performed.
The recommended troubleshooting procedures are located in the Caterpillar C3.4B Tier 4 Final
Industrial Engine Operation and Maintenance Manual provided with the machine.
1
A
SPN
FMI
27
3
27
4
29
3
29
4
51
3
51
4
91
3
91
4
97
15
100
2
100
17
102
3
102
4
102
20
102
21
105
3
105
4
107
2
107
15
A-2
Description
Refer to Procedure
Engine Exhaust Gas Recirculation
Valve Position : Voltage Above Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Recirculation
Valve Position : Voltage Below Normal
Accelerator Position 2 : Voltage Above
Normal
Accelerator Position 2 : Voltage Below
Normal
Engine Throttle Valve 1 Position :
Voltage Above Normal
Engine Throttle Valve 1 Position :
Voltage Below Normal
Accelerator Position 1 : Voltage Above
Normal
Accelerator Position 1 : Voltage Below
Normal
Water In Fuel Indicator : High – least
severe
Engine Oil Pressure : Erratic,
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Engine Oil Pressure : Low - least severe
(1)
Engine Intake Manifold #1 Pressure :
Voltage Above Normal
Engine Intake Manifold #1 Pressure :
Voltage Below Normal
Engine Intake Manifold #1 Pressure :
Data Drifted High
Engine Intake Manifold #1 Pressure :
Data Drifted Low
Engine Intake Manifold #1
Temperature : Voltage Above Normal
Engine Intake Manifold #1
Temperature : Voltage Below Normal
Engine Air Filter 1 Differential
Pressure : Erratic, Intermittent, or
Incorrect
Engine Air Filter 1 Differential
Pressure : High - least severe (1)
Valve Position Sensor - Test
Valve Position Sensor - Test
Analog Throttle Position Sensor
Circuit - Test
Analog Throttle Position Sensor
Circuit - Test
Valve Position Sensor - Test
Valve Position Sensor - Test
Analog Throttle Position Sensor
Circuit - Test
Analog Throttle Position Sensor
Circuit - Test
Fuel Contains Water
Switch Circuits - Test
Oil Pressure Is Low
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Switch Circuits - Test
Inlet Air Is Restricted
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
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FMI
107
16
108
3
108
4
110
3
110
4
110
15
110
16
157
0
157
2
157
3
157
4
157
16
157
17
157
18
168
3
168
4
172
3
172
4
173
3
173
4
174
3
174
4
190
8
190
15
Description
Engine Air Filter 1 Differential
Pressure : High - moderate severity (2)
Barometric Pressure : Voltage Above
Normal
Barometric Pressure : Voltage Below
Normal
Engine Coolant Temperature : Voltage
Above Normal
Engine Coolant Temperature : Voltage
Below Normal
Engine Coolant Temperature : High least severe (1)
Engine Coolant Temperature : High moderate severity (2)
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : High - most severe (3)
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : Erratic, Intermittent, or
Incorrect
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : Voltage Above Normal
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : Voltage Below Normal
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : High - moderate severity (2)
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : Low - least severe (1)
Engine Injector Metering Rail #1
Pressure : Low - moderate severity (2)
Battery Potential / Power Input 1 :
Voltage Above Normal
Battery Potential / Power Input 1 :
Voltage Below Normal
Engine Air Inlet Temperature Sensor :
Voltage Above Normal
Engine Air Inlet Temperature Sensor :
Voltage Below Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Temperature :
Voltage Above Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Temperature :
Voltage Below Normal
Engine Fuel Temperature 1 : Voltage
Above Normal
Engine Fuel Temperature 1 : Voltage
Below Normal
Engine Speed : Abnormal Frequency,
Pulse Width, or Period
Engine Speed : High - least severe (1)
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
Refer to Procedure
Inlet Air Is Restricted
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Coolant Temperature Is High
Coolant Temperature Is High
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Ignition Keyswitch Circuit and
Battery Supply Circuit - Test
Ignition Keyswitch Circuit and
Battery Supply Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Speed/Timing Sensor Circuit Test
Engine Overspeeds
A-3
A
SPN
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1
A
SPN
FMI
558
2
593
31
594
31
623
5
623
6
624
5
624
6
630
2
637
11
639
9
639
14
651
5
651
6
651
20
651
21
652
5
652
6
652
20
652
21
653
5
653
6
653
20
653
21
A-4
Description
Refer to Procedure
Accelerator 1 Low Idle Switch : Erratic,
Idle Validation Switch Circuit - Test
Intermittent, or Incorrect
This code indicates that an engine idle
Engine Idle Shutdown has Shutdown
shutdown has occurred. This code
Engine
does not represent a fault.
This code indicates that an engine idle
Engine Idle Shutdown Driver Alert
shutdown is about to occur. This code
Mode
does not represent a fault.
Red Stop Lamp : Current Below
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Normal
Red Stop Lamp : Current Above
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Normal
Amber Alert Lamp : Current Below
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Normal
Amber Alert Lamp : Current Above
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Normal
Calibration Memory : Erratic,
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Engine Timing Sensor : Other Failure Engine Speed/Timing Sensor Circuit Mode
Test
J1939 Network #1 : Abnormal Update
CAN Data Link Circuit - Test
Rate
J1939 Network #1 : Special Instruction CAN Data Link Circuit - Test
Engine Injector Cylinder #01 : Current
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Below Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #01 : Current
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Above Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #01 : Data
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Drifted High
Engine Injector Cylinder #01 : Data
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Drifted Low
Engine Injector Cylinder #02 : Current
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Below Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #02 : Current
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Above Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #02 : Data
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Drifted High
Engine Injector Cylinder #02 : Data
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Drifted Low
Engine Injector Cylinder #03 : Current
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Below Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #03 : Current
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Above Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #03 : Data
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Drifted High
Engine Injector Cylinder #03 : Data
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Drifted Low
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
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FMI
654
5
654
6
654
20
654
21
676
5
676
6
676
19
677
3
677
5
677
6
723
8
970
31
976
2
1076
2
1076
5
1076
6
1081
5
1081
6
1127
16
1127
18
1188
5
Description
Engine Injector Cylinder #04 : Current
Below Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #04 : Current
Above Normal
Engine Injector Cylinder #04 : Data
Drifted High
Engine Injector Cylinder #04 : Data
Drifted Low
Engine Glow Plug Relay : Current
Below Normal
Engine Glow Plug Relay : Current
Above Normal
Engine Glow Plug Relay : Data Error
Engine Starter Motor Relay : Voltage
Above Normal
Engine Starter Motor Relay : Current
Below Normal
Engine Starter Motor Relay : Current
Above Normal
Engine Speed Sensor #2 : Abnormal
Frequency, Pulse Width, or Period
Engine Auxiliary Shutdown Switch
PTO Governor State : Erratic,
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Engine Fuel Injection Pump Fuel
Control Valve : Erratic, Intermittent, or
Incorrect
Engine Fuel Injection Pump Fuel
Control Valve : Current Below Normal
Engine Fuel Injection Pump Fuel
Control Valve : Current Above Normal
Engine Wait to Start Lamp : Current
Below Normal
Engine Wait to Start Lamp : Current
Above Normal
Engine Turbocharger 1 Boost Pressure
: High - moderate severity (2)
Engine Turbocharger 1 Boost Pressure
: Low - moderate severity (2)
Engine Turbocharger Wastegate
Actuator 1 Position : Current Below
Normal
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
Refer to Procedure
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Injector Solenoid Circuit - Test
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Injector Data Incorrect - Test
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Start Relay Circuit - Test
Start Relay Circuit - Test
Start Relay Circuit - Test
Engine Speed/Timing Sensor Circuit Test
This code indicates that the shutdown
switch for the engine has been
activated. The ECM will disable fuel
injection until the switch has been
deactivated. No troubleshooting is
required.
PTO Switch Circuit - Test
Solenoid Valve - Test
A
SPN
Solenoid Valve - Test
Solenoid Valve - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Intake Manifold Air Pressure Is High
Intake Manifold Air Pressure Is Low
Solenoid Valve - Test
A-5
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A
SPN
FMI
1188
6
1209
3
1209
4
1221
2
1239
0
1485
7
1485
2840
14
12
2791
5
2791
6
2791
7
2797
6
2797
7
2798
6
2880
2
2880
3
2880
4
2970
2
3217
3
3217
4
3217
5
3217
6
A-6
Description
Refer to Procedure
Engine Turbocharger Wastegate
Actuator 1 Position : Current Above
Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Pressure : Voltage
Above Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Pressure : Voltage
Below Normal
Continuously Monitored Systems
Support/Status ; Erratic, Intermittent,
or Incorrect
Engine Fuel Leakage 1 : High – most
severe (3)
ECM Main Relay : Not Responding
Properly
ECM Main Relay : Special Instruction
ECU Instance : Failure
Engine Exhaust Gas Recirculation
(EGR) Valve Control : Current Below
Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Recirculation
(EGR) Valve Control : Current Above
Normal
Engine Exhaust Gas Recirculation
(EGR) Valve Control : Not Responding
Properly
Engine Injector Group 1 : Current
Above Normal Injector
Engine Injector Group 1 : Not
Responding Properly Injector
Engine Injector Group 2 : Current
Above Normal Injector
Engine Operator Primary Intermediate
Speed Select : Erratic, Intermittent, or
Incorrect
Engine Operator Primary Intermediate
Speed Select : Voltage Above Normal
Engine Operator Primary Intermediate
Speed Select : Voltage Below Normal
Accelerator 2 Low Idle Switch : Erratic,
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : Voltage
Above Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : Voltage
Below Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : Current
Below Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : Current
Above Normal
Solenoid Valve - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
ECM Memory - Test
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Electrical Power Supply - Test
Electrical Power Supply - Test
ECM Memory - Test
Motorized Valve - Test
Motorized Valve - Test
Motorized Valve - Test
Solenoid Circuit - Test
Solenoid Circuit - Test
Solenoid Circuit - Test
Throttle Switch Circuit - Test
Throttle Switch Circuit - Test
Throttle Switch Circuit - Test
Idle Validation Switch Circuit - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
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FMI
3217
12
3217
13
3217
15
3219
15
3219
17
3222
3
3222
4
3222
5
3242
3
3242
4
3251
0
3251
3
3251
4
3251
7
3251
10
3251
16
3251
17
3509
2
3510
2
3511
2
3697
5
3697
6
3698
5
Description
Refer to Procedure
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : Failure
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : Out of
Calibration
Aftertreatment #1 Intake O2 : High least severe (1)
Aftertreatment #1 Intake Gas Sensor
at Temperature : High - least severe (1)
Aftertreatment #1 Intake Gas Sensor
at Temperature : Low - least severe (1)
Aftertreatment #1 Intake Gas Sensor
Heater : Voltage Above Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Intake Gas Sensor
Heater : Voltage Below Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Intake Gas Sensor
Heater : Current Below Normal
Particulate Trap Intake Gas
Temperature : Voltage Above Normal
Particulate Trap Intake Gas
Temperature : Voltage Below Normal
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
High - most severe (3)
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
Voltage Above Normal
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
Voltage Below Normal
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
Not Responding Properly
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
Abnormal Rate of Change
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
High - moderate severity (2)
Particulate Trap Differential Pressure :
Low - least severe (1)
Sensor Supply Voltage 1 : Erratic,
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Sensor Supply Voltage 2 : Erratic,
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Sensor Supply Voltage 3 : Erratic,
Intermittent, or Incorrect
Particulate Trap Lamp Command :
Current Below Normal
Particulate Trap Lamp Command :
Current Above Normal
Exhaust System High Temperature
Lamp Command : Current Below
Normal
Oxygen Level – Test
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Oxygen Level - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Diesel Particulate Filter Collects
Excessive Soot
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Pressure Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Diesel Particulate Filter Has
Differential Pressure Problem
Diesel Particulate Filter Has
Differential Pressure Problem
Diesel Particulate Filter Collects
Excessive Soot
Diesel Particulate Filter Has
Differential Pressure Problem
5 Volt Sensor Supply Circuit - Test
5 Volt Sensor Supply Circuit - Test
5 Volt Sensor Supply Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
A-7
A
SPN
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A
SPN
FMI
3698
6
3702
5
3702
6
4765
3
4765
4
5055
17
5055
18
5099
5
5099
6
5319
31
5324
7
5325
7
5326
7
5327
7
5357
31
5419
5
5419
6
5419
7
5571
7
5571
16
A-8
Description
Refer to Procedure
Exhaust System High Temperature
Lamp Command : Current Below
Normal
Diesel Particulate Filter Active
Regeneration Inhibited Status :
Current Below Normal
Diesel Particulate Filter Active
Regeneration Inhibited Status :
Current Above Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Diesel Oxidation
Catalyst Intake Gas Temperature :
Voltage Above Normal
Aftertreatment #1 Diesel Oxidation
Catalyst Intake Gas Temperature :
Voltage Below Normal
Engine Oil Viscosity : Low - least severe
(1)
Engine Oil Viscosity : Low – moderate
severity (2)
Engine Oil Pressure Low Lamp Data :
Current Below Normal
Engine Oil Pressure Low Lamp Data :
Current Above Normal
After treatment 1 Diesel Particulate
Filter Incomplete Regeneration
Engine Glow Plug 1 : Not Responding
Properly
Engine Glow Plug 2 : Not Responding
Properly
Engine Glow Plug 3 : Not Responding
Properly
Engine Glow Plug 4 : Not Responding
Properly
Engine Fuel Injection Quantity Error
for Multiple Cylinders
Engine Throttle Actuator #1 : Current
Below Normal
Engine Throttle Actuator #1 : Current
Above Normal
Engine Throttle Actuator #1 : Not
Responding Properly
High Pressure Common Rail Fuel
Pressure Relief Valve : Not Responding
Properly
High Pressure Common Rail Fuel
Pressure Relief Valve : High –
moderate severity (2)
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Engine Temperature Sensor Open or
Short Circuit - Test
Oil Contains Fuel
Oil Contains Fuel
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Indicator Lamp Circuit - Test
Diesel Particulate Filter Active
Regeneration Was Interrupted
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Glow Plug Starting Aid - Test
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Motorized Valve - Test
Motorized Valve - Test
Motorized Valve - Test
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Fuel Rail Pressure Problem
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes
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ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
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Index
Numerics
C
12 kW Hydraulic Driven Generator 4-49
250 Hour or Monthly 4-28
CAN Diagnostics Screen 2-39
Chain Guards 4-36
Check Laws and Regulations 1-4
Circuit Breakers - Reset 4-47
Cold Weather Starting 3-5
Control Console Selector Button 2-10
Controls
Dual Propel Handles 2-7
Electronic Display 2-6
Engine Stop Control 2-12
Hand-Held Remote Controls (Optional) 2-25
Hopper Lock 2-30
Horn 2-12, 2-23
Screed Heat Control 3-12
Screed Lock 2-30
Screed Rear Platform 2-35
Screed Rear Platform Extensions
(Optional) 2-35
Steering Guides 2-33
Steering Wheel 2-7
Conveyor Button 2-15, 2-21
Conveyor Chain 4-36
Conveyor Drive Chain Grease Brush - Adjust 4-26
Conveyor Drive Chains - Adjust 4-25
Conveyor Idler - Grease 4-17
Conveyor Rear Cover Chain Latches 2-33
Conveyor System - Inspect 4-36
Conveyor/Auger Diagnostics Screen 2-39
Conveyors - Adjust 4-29
Coolant Level - Check 4-11
Cooling System - Check 4-22
Cut Off Shoes (Optional) 2-32
Cut-Off Door Switch 2-17, 2-23
A
Adjusting Screed for Paving 3-13
Adjusting Screed While Paving 3-18
Air Cleaner Restriction Indicator - Check 4-12
Alternator 2-3
As Required 4-41
Auger 4-37
Auger AUTO Button 2-22
Auger Button 2-15
Auger Drive Chains - Adjust 4-24
Auger MANUAL Button 2-22
Auger Switch 2-25
B
Backup Alarm 2-31
Backup Alarm Test 4-16
Battery 2-3
Battery Burns - Avoid 4-43
Battery Disconnect Switch 2-31
Battery Explosion - Avoid 4-43
Battery Terminals - Check/Clean 4-42
Beacon Switch 2-6
Before Each Use Pre-Starting Inspection 3-2
Beginning to Pave 3-16
Brake System - Test 4-38
Buttons
Auger 2-15
Auger AUTO 2-22
Auger MANUAL 2-22
Control Console Selector 2-10
Conveyor 2-15, 2-21
Engine Speed Decrease 2-9
Engine Speed Increase 2-9
Generator 2-11
Head of Material Decrease 2-14, 2-21
Head of Material Increase 2-14, 2-21
Park Brake 2-8
Pause Control 2-8, 2-20
Propel Speed Range 2-10
Vibrator 2-10
D
Dealer Prep 2-i
Dimension Specifications 2-4
Drag Bars 4-37
Drag Pans 4-37
Drive Bearings/Drive Chain - Grease 4-17
Dual Propel Handles 2-7
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G
Effective Coverage 2-5
Electrical Schematic 6-1
Electrical Specifications 2-3
Electronic Display 2-6
Electronic Display Engine Error Fault Codes 5-2
Electronic Display Error Description 5-1
Electronic Display Navigation 2-36
End Gate Height/Angle 2-29
Engine Air Filter Elements
- Clean/Replace 4-32, 4-47
Engine Cooling System 2-3
Engine Diagnostics Screen 2-40
Engine Fuel 2-3
Engine Maintenance 4-5
Engine Oil and Filter - Change 4-33
Engine Oil Level - Check 4-11
Engine Oil Sample - Obtain 4-28
Engine Specifications 2-3
Engine Speed Decrease Button 2-9
Engine Speed Increase Button 2-9
Engine Stop Control 2-12
Engine Stop Switch - Check 4-26
Every 10 Hours or Daily Maintenance 4-11
Every 100 Hours 4-22
Every 1000 Hours or Annually 4-39
Every 1500 Hours or Annually 4-40
Every 3000 Hours 4-41
Every 50 Hours or Weekly 4-19
Every 500 Hours or Annually 4-32
General Information 4-4
General Safety Rules 1-5
Generator 2-3
Generator Button 2-11
Grade/Slope Control Switch 2-6
Ground Drive Diagnostics Screen 2-39
Ground Fault Circuit Breakers - Test 4-49
F
Fan/DEF Diagnostics Screen 2-40
Fire Extinguisher 1-4
Fluid Capacity 4-15
Fuel Capacity 4-13
Fuel System - Prime 4-47
Fuel System Primary Filter (Water Separator)
Element - Replace 4-34
Fuel System Primary Filter/Water Separator
- Drain 4-12
Fuel System Secondary Filter - Replace 4-34
Fuel Tank - Fill 4-13
Fuel Tank Water and Sediment - Drain 4-20
Fuses - Replace 4-48
H
Hand-Held Remote Controls (Optional) 2-25
Head of Material Decrease Button 2-14, 2-21
Head of Material Increase Button 2-14, 2-21
Hopper Flashing - Inspect/Replace 4-49
Hopper Lock 2-30
Hopper Switch 2-13, 2-24
Horn 2-12, 2-23
Hydraulic Fluid Level - Check 4-15
Hydraulic System - Check 4-22
Hydraulic System Oil and Filters - Change 4-39
Hydrostatic and Feeder System Creep - Check 4-27
I
Ignition Switch 2-6
Indicators
Screed Crown Indicator 2-26
Screed Extension Height Indicators 2-27
Screed Extension Width Indicators 2-16, 2-19
Screed Level Indicator 2-34
Tow Point Indicators 2-14, 2-20
Initial 100 Hours 4-21
Inner Auger/Auger Chain - Grease 4-18
Intended Use 2-1
Introduction to this Manual 2-1
J
Jump-Starting 4-43
L
Lifting Machine 3-26
Lines in Mat 3-18
Lubrication / Fluids Chart 4-6
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M
Machine Clean Up 3-20
Machine Description 2-2
Machine Grease 4-5
Machine Hydraulic Pressures 2-5
Machine Safety 1-1
Machine Shutdown Procedure 3-6
Machine Starting Procedure 3-3
Machine System Capacity Specifications 2-5
Machine Transporting 3-22
Lifting Machine 3-26
Loading 3-22
Towing/Retrieving Machine 3-25
Trailering Machine 3-22
Unloading 3-24
Main Operating Screens 2-37
Main Screed Thickness Control (Angle) 2-29
Maintenance 4-1
100 Hour
Conveyor Drive Chain Grease Brush
- Adjust 4-26
Cooling System - Check 4-22
Electrical Harness 4-23
Engine Belts 4-23
Engine Stop Switch - Check 4-26
Fire Prevention 4-23
Frame 4-23
Hardware 4-23
Hydraulic System - Check 4-22
Hydrostatic and Feeder System Creep
- Check 4-27
Neutral Start Interlock
- Park Brake Check 4-27
Overall Machine - Check 4-23
Propel Handle(s) - Check 4-22
Safety Signs Maintenance 4-27
Shields and Guards 4-23
Switches - Check 4-22
1000 Hour or Annual
Hydraulic System Oil and Filters
- Change 4-39
250 Hour or Monthly 4-28
Auger Drive Chains - Adjust 4-24
Conveyor Drive Chains - Adjust 4-25
Conveyors - Adjust 4-29
Engine Oil and Filter - Change 4-33
Engine Oil Sample - Obtain 4-28
Fuel System Primary Filter (Water
Separator) Element - Replace 4-34
Fuel System Secondary Filter
- Replace 4-34
Radiator/Hydraulic Cooler Core
- Clean 4-35
Spray-down Fluid System Filter
- Clean/Replace 4-30
Tow Arm Joint Nuts - Adjust 4-28
Track Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
- Check 4-30
Tracks - Inspect 4-31
Tracks Tension - Check 4-31
50 Hour or Weekly
Crown Adjuster - Grease 4-19
Extension Height Adjuster - Grease 4-19
Fuel Tank Water and Sediment - Drain 4-20
Slope Adjuster - Grease 4-19
Track Idler and Rollers - Check 4-20
Vibratory Shaft Bearing - Grease 4-20
500 Hour or Semi-Annual
Auger 4-37
Brake System - Test 4-38
Chain Guards 4-36
Conveyor Chain 4-36
Conveyor System - Inspect 4-36
Drag Bars 4-37
Drag Pans 4-37
Track Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
- Change 4-38
As Required 4-41
12 kW Hydraulic Driven Generator 4-49
Battery Burns - Avoid 4-43
Battery Explosion - Avoid 4-43
Battery Terminals - Check/Clean 4-42
Circuit Breakers - Reset 4-47
Fuel System -Prime 4-47
Fuses - Replace 4-48
Ground Fault Circuit Breakers - Test 4-49
Hopper Flashing - Inspect/Replace 4-49
Jump-Starting 4-43
Relays - Replace 4-49
Screed Plate - Level 4-50
Tracks - Removal 4-50
Every 10 Hours or Daily 4-11
Every 100 Hours 4-22
Every 1000 Hours or Annually 4-39
Every 1500 Hours or Annually 4-40
Every 3000 Hours 4-41
Every 50 Hours or Weekly 4-19
Every 500 Hours or Annually 4-32
Engine Air Filter Elements
- Clean/Replace 4-32, 4-47
General Information 4-4
Initial 100 Hour
Tow Arm Joint Nuts - Tighten 4-21
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Track Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
- Change 4-21
Initial 100 Hours 4-21
Machine Grease 4-5
Maintenance Intervals 4-9
Recommended Fluids 4-5
Schedule 4-5
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Electrical Controls 4-4
Maintenance Intervals 4-9
Manual Screed Adjustments 2-26
Menu Screens 2-38
Miscellaneous Controls and Indicators 2-30
Mount and Dismount Safety 3-1
N
Neutral Start Interlock - Park Brake Check 4-27
O
Open Textured Mat 3-19
Operation 3-1
Operator Control Station Setups 3-10
Screed-Mounted Seat Configuration 3-11
Stand-Up Configuration 3-10
Tractor-Mounted Seat Configuration 3-11
Operator Controls 2-6
Operator Station 2-7
Operator Station Horn - Test 4-16
Outer Auger - Grease 4-18
Overall Machine - Check 4-23
P
Park Brake Button 2-8
Pause Control Button 2-8, 2-20
Paver Controls Setup 3-15
Paving Operation 3-10
Performance Specifications 2-5
Personal Safety 1-1
Planetary Disengagement 3-26
Power Crown Switch 2-23
Preparing for Storage 4-53
Propel Handle(s) - Check 4-22
Propel Speed Range Button 2-10
R
Radiator/Hydraulic Cooler Core - Clean 4-35
Receiving and Delivery Report 2-i, 5-1
Recommended Fluids 4-5
Relays - Replace 4-49
Removing from Storage 4-53
Roading the Machine 3-7
S
Safe Operating Slope 3-8
Safety
Decals 1-6
General Safety Rules 1-5
Symbol Explanation 1-2
Safety Decals 1-6
Safety Messages 1-1, 4-1
Safety Signs Maintenance 4-27
Safety Symbol Explanation 1-2
Schematics 6-1
Electrical Schematic 6-1
Screed Adjustments
End Gate Height/Angle 2-29
Main Screed Thickness Control (Angle) 2-29
Manual Screed Adjustments 2-26
Screed Crown 2-26
Screed Extension Angle Lock 2-28
Screed Extension Angle of Attack 2-28
Screed Extension Height 2-27
Screed Extension Height Switch 2-18
Screed Extension Slope 2-26
Screed Extension Slope Switch 2-18
Screed Crown Indicator 2-26
Screed Extension Height Indicators 2-27
Screed Extension Switch 2-25
Screed Extension Switches 2-16, 2-19
Screed Extension Width Indicators 2-16, 2-19
Screed Heat Control 3-12
Screed Level Indicator 2-34
Screed Lift Switch 2-12
Screed Lock 2-30
Screed Panel Controls (Optional) 2-18
Screed Plate - Level 4-50
Screed Rear Platform 2-35
Screed Rear Platform Extensions (Optional) 2-35
Screed-Mounted Seat Configuration 3-11
Screens
CAN Diagnostics 2-39
Conveyor/Auger Diagnostics 2-39
Drive Diagnostics 2-39
Engine Diagnostics 2-40
Fan/DEF Diagnostics 2-40
Main Operating 2-37
Menu 2-38
Start-Up 2-37
System Settings 2-38
View Errors 2-38
Shutting Off Heater for Screed 3-12
Sonic Sensors 2-34
Specifications 2-3
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Alternator 2-3
Battery 2-3
Dimension 2-4
Effective Coverage 2-5
Electrical 2-3
Engine 2-3
Engine Cooling System 2-3
Engine Fuel 2-3
Generator 2-3
Machine Hydraulic Pressures 2-5
Machine System Capacity 2-5
Performance 2-5
Speed 2-5
Starter 2-3
System Capacities 2-5
Types of Lubricants 2-5
Speed 2-5
Spray-down Fluid System Filter
- Clean/Replace 4-30
Spray-down Fuel Pump Switch 2-31
Stand-Up Configuration 3-10
Starter 2-3
Starting Heater for Screed 3-12
Start-Up Screen 2-37
Steering - Calibrate 4-51
Steering Guides 2-33
Steering Wheel 2-7
Storage 4-53
Preparing for Storage 4-53
Removing from Storage 4-53
Switches
Auger 2-25
Battery Disconnect Switch 2-31
Beacon 2-6
Cut-Off Door 2-17, 2-23
Grade/Slope Control 2-6
Hopper 2-13, 2-24
Ignition 2-6
Power Crown 2-23
Screed Extension 2-16, 2-19, 2-25
Screed Extension Height 2-18
Screed Extension Slope 2-18
Screed Lift 2-12
Spray-down Fuel Pump 2-31
Tow Point 2-14, 2-20
Tow Point (Optional) 2-25
Truck Hitch / Hydraulic Push Roller 2-13
Work Lights 2-6
Switches - Check 4-22
System Capacities 2-5
System Settings Screen 2-38
T
Tow Arm Joint Nuts - Adjust 4-28
Tow Point Indicators 2-14, 2-20
Tow Point Switch 2-14, 2-20, 2-25
Towing/Retrieving Machine 3-25
Track Final Drive Planetary Oil Level
- Change 4-21, 4-38
Track Final Drive Planetary Oil Level - Check 4-30
Tracks - Inspect 4-31
Tracks - Removal 4-50
Tracks Tension - Check 4-31
Tractor-Mounted Seat Configuration 3-11
Trailering Machine 3-22
Truck Hitch Guide Rollers 4-18
Truck Hitch Switch / Hydraulic Push Roller
Switch (Optional) 2-13
Types of Lubricants 2-5
V
Vandalism Covers 2-32
Vibrator Button 2-10
Vibratory Shaft Bearing - Grease 4-20
View Errors Screen 2-38
W
Welding on Machines with Electrical Controls 4-4
Work Lights 2-6
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REVISION HISTORY
Revision
P385B April
2016 - 36550
P385B April
2016 - 36550
Date
Pages
04/2016
All
04/2016
4-49
Description
First Edition Operator’s and Maintenance Manual
Released.
First Revision Operator’s and Maintenance Manual
Released.
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
Diesel engine exhaust and some of its
constituents are known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
and other reproductive harm.
When operated in California, any off-road diesel vehicle may be
subject to the California Air Resources Board In-Use Off-Road
Diesel Vehicle Regulation. It therefore could be subject to retrofit
or accelerated turnover requirements to reduce emissions of air
pollutants. For more information, please visit the California Air
Resources Board website at
http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/ordiesel/ordiesel.htm.
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