493385 STS10 Operators Manual 2007

493385 STS10 Operators Manual 2007
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ANY PICTURES CONTAINED WITHIN THIS OPERATOR’S
MANUAL THAT DEPICT SITUATIONS WITH SHIELDS, GUARDS,
RAILS, OR LIDS REMOVED ARE FOR DEMONSTRATION
PURPOSES
ONLY.
HAGIE
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
STRONGLY URGES THE OPERATOR TO KEEP ALL SHIELDS
AND SAFETY DEVICES IN PLACE AT ALL TIMES.
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR
HAGIE MODEL STS 10 HI-TRACTOR
HAGIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
BOX 273 CLARION, IOWA 50525
(515) 532-2861
COVERS MACHINE SERIAL NUMBERS:U1610770001 thru U1610770100
12-06 493385
© 2006 Hagie Manufacturing Company. Clarion, Iowa USA
ABBREVIATIONS
A/C ................................................ AIR CONDITIONING
MAINT ...................................................MAINTENANCE
ACCUM ...............................................ACCUMULATOR
MIN ...................................................................MINUTE
ADJ .................................................................. ADJUST
M/F............................................................ MAINFRAME
ADPTR .......................................................... ADAPTER
MPH ................................................. MILES PER HOUR
ALT......................................................... ALTERNATOR
MT..................................................................... MOUNT
AMP ................................................................ AMPERE
MTH .................................................................. MONTH
APPROX .......................................... APPROXIMATELY
MTR .................................................................. MOTOR
ASSY........................................................... ASSEMBLY
NO................................................................... NUMBER
AUX..............................................................AUXILIARY
OD............................................... OUTSIDE DIAMETER
BRKT............................................................. BRACKET
POLY ................................................. POLYETHYLENE
BTTRY ...........................................................BATTERY
PRESS ........................................................PRESSURE
C...................................................................... CELSIUS
PRKNG .......................................................... PARKING
CAL ........................................................ CALIBRATION
PSI ................................ POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH
CCA........................................COLD CRANKING AMPS
QT ......................................................................QUART
CHEM...........................................................CHEMICAL
RAD ............................................................. RADIATOR
cm ........................................................... CENTIMETER
REC ...................................................RECOMMENDED
CYL .............................................................. CYLINDER
REQ .............................................................REQUIRED
DIA .................................................................DIAGRAM
RPM ............................... REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE
DISPL..................................................DISPLACEMENT
SEC................................................................. SECOND
EA ........................................................................ EACH
SERV ..............................................................SERVICE
ELECT...........................................................ELECTRIC
SMV ..................................... SLOW MOVING VEHICLE
F .............................................................. FAHRENHEIT
SOLE ........................................................... SOLENOID
FIG ....................................................................FIGURE
SOLU ........................................................... SOLUTION
FRT .................................................................... FRONT
SPEC .................................................. SPECIFICATION
FT......................................................... FOOT OR FEET
STRG ........................................................... STEERING
GA ..................................................................... GAUGE
SQ................................................................... SQUARE
GAL ..................................................................GALLON
TACH .....................................................TACHOMETER
GPA............................................ GALLONS PER ACRE
TEMP ...................................................TEMPERATURE
GPM ........................................GALLONS PER MINUTE
TERM ........................................................... TERMINAL
GPS...................... GLOBAL POSITIONING SATELLITE
TRD.................................................................... TREAD
HAL ...............................................................HALOGEN
TT............................................................... TUBE-TYPE
HR ........................................................................HOUR
TU ................................................................TUBELESS
HYD............................................................HYDRAULIC
VAR............................................................... VARIABLE
HYDRO .................................................HYDROSTATIC
V............................................................................ VOLT
ID..................................................... INSIDE DIAMETER
VFC..................................VARIABLE FLOW CONTROL
IN........................................................................... INCH
VLV .....................................................................VALVE
INFO...................................................... INFORMATION
W/.......................................................................... WITH
Km/H ....................................KILOMETERS PER HOUR
W/O................................................................WITHOUT
L ............................................ LITER (DISPLACEMENT)
W...................................................................... WEIGHT
l ............................................................. LITER (LIQUID)
WD .........................................................WHEEL DRIVE
LB...................................................................... POUND
WHL ...................................................................WHEEL
m ........................................................................METER
WK .......................................................................WEEK
TO THE OWNER
Read this manual before operating.
A WORD FROM HAGIE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Congratulations on your selection of a Hagie Model STS 10 sprayer. We
recommend that you study this Operator’s Manual and become acquainted with the
adjustments and operating procedures before attempting to operate your new sprayer. As
with any piece of equipment, certain operating procedures, service, and maintenance are
required to keep it in top running condition.
We have attempted herein to cover all of the adjustments required to fit varying
conditions. However, there may be times when special care must be considered.
Hagie Manufacturing Company reserves the right to make changes in the design and
material of any subsequent sprayer without obligation to existing units.
We thank you for choosing a Hagie sprayer and assure you of our continued interest
in its satisfactory operation for you. If we might be of assistance to you, please call us.
We are proud to have you as a customer.
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TO THE OPERATOR
or excessive wear to other parts.
The following pages and illustrations will help
you operate and service your new sprayer. It is the
Keep this manual in a convenient place for
responsibility of the user to read the Operator’s
easy reference when problems arise. This manual
Manual and comply with the safe correct operating
is considered a permanent fixture with this
procedures and lubricate and maintain the product
machine. In the event of resale, this manual should
according to the maintenance schedule.
accompany the sprayer. If you do not understand
The user is responsible for inspecting the
any part of the manual or require additional
machine and having parts repaired or replaced
information or service, contact the Hagie Customer
when continued use of the product causes damage
Support Department:
Hagie Manufacturing Company
Box 273, Clarion, IA 50525
(515) 532-2861
The following symbols, found throughout this manual, alert you to potentially dangerous conditions to
the operator, service personnel, or the equipment.
This symbol indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or injury.
This symbol indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I.
SAFETY/DECALS..........................................................................................................4-12
II.
SPRAYER IDENTIFICATION ....................................................................................13-14
III.
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................15-19
IV.
OPERATING INFORMATION ..................................................................................20-53
V.
CALIBRATION.............................................................................................................54-55
VI.
TRANSPORTING.........................................................................................................56-57
VII.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE .............................................................................58-81
VIII.
STORAGE ......................................................................................................................82-83
IX.
TROUBLE SHOOTING ...............................................................................................84-92
X.
LIMITED WARRANTY .................................................................................................... 93
XI.
INDEX ............................................................................................................................94-95
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Most accidents occur as the result of failure to
and learn how to use the sprayer controls for safe
follow simple and fundamental safety rules. For this
operation. Likewise, do not let anyone operate
reason, most accidents can be prevented by
without instruction.
recognizing the real cause and doing something
Do
about it before the accident occurs.
Many
conditions
safeguarded
against
not
make
modifications
such
as
weldments, add-ons, adaptations, or changes from
cannot
be
completely
without
interfering
the original design of sprayer. Such changes and/
with
or modifications may become safety hazards to
efficient operation and/or reasonable accessibility.
you and to others and will void all warranties.
Therefore, you must study this Operator’s Manual
DRIVING
•
Before moving sprayer, make sure no persons or obstructions are in path of travel.
•
Do not permit passengers on sprayer when it is moving; they may fall off or obstruct operator’s
view.
•
Never drive near ditches, embankments, holes, mounds, or other obstacles.
•
Never drive on hills too steep for safe operation.
•
Always drive at a reasonable field speed.
•
Reduce sprayer’s speed before turning.
•
Come to a complete stop before reversing direction.
•
Pull over to side of road before stopping.
•
Additional weight caused from partially full or full solution tanks may cause erratic or increased
stopping distance.
•
Never operate sprayer on roadway with any solution in solution tank.
•
Do not activate parking brake while machine is in motion or damage may occur to sprayer.
•
Use flashing/hazard warning lights when traveling on public roads, day or night, unless
prohibited by local law.
•
Make sure SMV and SIS emblem is in place and visible from rear when traveling on public
roads.
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
OPERATING
TREAD WIDTH
•
Select widest tread setting to fit between crop rows.
SPRAYER BOOMS
•
Cradle booms when leaving sprayer unattended.
•
Make sure booms are folded when cradled.
•
Select a safe area before unfolding booms. Avoid power lines and overhead
structures.
GENERAL OPERATION SAFETY
•
Do not adjust factory engine RPM settings.
•
Operate engine at one bump to assure proper charge pressure for brakes to work
properly.
•
Start engine from operator’s seat only. Do not by-pass safety-start switch.
•
Never use starting fluid to assist engine start up.
•
Never run sprayer engine in a closed building. Proper exhaust ventilation is required.
•
If equipped with ground speed sensing radar, do not look directly into radar beam. It
emits a very low intensity microwave signal which may cause possible eye damage.
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
REPAIR/MAINTENANCE
HYDRAULICS
•
Use caution when working with hydraulic fluid under pressure. Escaping hydraulic
fluid can have sufficient force to penetrate your skin, causing serious injury. This
fluid may also be hot enough to burn.
•
Always lower load or relieve hydraulic pressure before repairing a hydraulic oil leak.
•
Avoid torching, welding, and soldering near pressurized hydraulic lines.
FUELING
•
Always turn engine off and allow it to cool before refueling.
•
Do not smoke while refueling.
•
Do not fill fuel tank completely. Fuel may expand and run over.
GENERAL REPAIR/MAINTENANCE
•
Turn off engine before checking, adjusting, repairing, lubricating, or cleaning any
part of sprayer.
•
When servicing radiator, let engine cool before removing pressurized cap.
•
Disconnect battery ground cable and turn main battery switch off before servicing
electrical system or welding on machine.
•
When charging battery, connect positive cable to positive terminal and negative
cable to negative terminal. Failure to do so may result in an explosion and cause
injury. Likewise, avoid battery acid contact with body.
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
CHEMICAL HANDLING
•
Never allow chemicals to come in contact with skin or eyes. Wear protective clothing
or respirators as recommended by chemical manufacturer. Store this clothing
outside cab so as not contaminate filtered cab environment. Also, clean your boots
to remove soil or other contaminated particles prior to entering cab.
•
Never pour chemicals into an empty tank, fill tank half full of water first.
•
Follow chemical manufacturer’s instructions for mixing chemicals.
•
Dispose of empty chemical containers properly.
•
Wash spilled chemicals or spray residue from sprayer to prevent corrosion and
deterioration.
•
Select a safe area to fill, flush, calibrate, and clean sprayer where chemicals will not
drift or run off to contaminate people, animals, vegetation, or water supply.
•
Never place nozzle tips or other parts to one’s lips in an attempt to unclog spray tip.
•
Do not spray when wind is in excess of chemical manufacturer’s recommended
speed.
•
Store pesticides in their original containers with label intact. Keep them in a
separate, locked building.
GENERAL SAFETY
•
Keep a fire extinguisher close at all times.
•
Keep all shields in place.
•
Keep clear of all moving parts and keep others away when operating.
•
Do not wear loose fitting clothing that may be blown or drawn into moving parts.
WARNING DECALS
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
WARNING DECALS
Decals warning you of avoidable danger are
warning decals and other instructional Hagie
located on various parts of the sprayer. They are
decals or machine striping may be purchased
there for your personal safety and protection. DO
NOT
remove
them.
They
will
fracture
through the Hagie Customer Support Department.
upon
To replace decals, be sure that the installation area
attempted removal and therefore must be replaced.
is clean and dry; decide on exact position before
Following are locations of important safety
you remove the backing paper.
decals. Replace them if they are torn or missing. All
DECAL LOCATION
650107
Rear of mainframe above booster terminals.
650165
Right side cab post.
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
650118
On engine compartment, in front of air intake.
650165
Inside right-hand cab post by rear window.
650339
On hydraulic reservoir, to left of sight gauge.
DECALS CONTINUED
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
650339
On front cross member,left side.
650340
On console above switches.
650848
On ladder pivot tube.
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
650849
On engine compartment, near fuel cell cap.
650850
On solution tank, near fill lid.
650851
Left rear mainframe.
DECALS CONTINUED
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I. SAFETY/DECALS
650852
Right side cab post.
650981
In engine compartment, near radiator cap.
650982
Above top battery.
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II. IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
SPRAYER IDENTIFICATION
Each Hagie sprayer is identified by means of a
identification plates that describe the type of mount
frame serial number. This serial number denotes
and gear ratio. To ensure prompt, efficient service
the model, year in which it was built, and the
when ordering parts or requesting service repairs
number of the sprayer. For further identification, the
from Hagie Manufacturing Company, record the
engine has a serial number, the hydrostatic pumps
serial and identification numbers in the space
have
provided below.
serial numbers, the wheel motors have
identification tags, and the planetary hubs have
NOTE:
Reference to left-hand and right-hand used throughout
this manual refers to the position when seated in the
operator’s seat facing forward.
Sprayer
NOTE: Sprayer serial number stamped in the
frame on right rear corner and metal tag on
frame by ladder.
Engine
NOTE: Diesel engine serial number located on
gear housing under A/C compressor.
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II. IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
Planetary Hubs
Left
Right
Front:
Rear:
Hydrostatic Pumps
Front:
Rear:
Front Wheel Motors
Left:
Right:
Refer to parts manual.
Rear Wheel Motors
Left - w/
Sensor:
Right - w/
Sensor:
Refer to parts manual.
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III. SPECIFICATIONS
SPRAYER DIMENSIONS
A.
B.
C.
D.
E. Wheel base ............................................140”
F. Sprayer length to engine rear..............311.5”
G. Sprayer length to booms folded .............318”
Overall tractor height .................................149”
Raised transom height............................142.5”
Transom lift range..............20-105” (85” range)
Static loaded hub height ...........................33.5”
A
C1-C2
B
C1
D
C2
E
F
G
H
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
Width (booms folded, 120” tread)................143”
Frame clearance ...........................................72”
Lower leg clearance ............................27” (rear)
Tire center to inside of lower leg ......13.5” (rear)
Tread width* ...................................... Adjustable
120” - 152”
I
*NOTE: Measure tread width at ½ tire height.
J
K
L
GENERAL SPRAYER INFORMATION
♦ Frame type .........4 x 8 “ modular platform frame
♦ Suspension .............. 4-wheel, ind., auto air-ride
♦ Approximate dry weight ...................18,630 lb.
♦ Shipping width ......................................... 143”
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III. SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE
Manufacturer and model ......................................................... Cummins
Model ...................................................................................... QSB5.9-220
Type ........................................................................................ Electronic with air to air cooler
and turbocharger
Number of cylinders ................................................................ 6
Displacement .......................................................................... 5.9 liter (360 c.i.)
Power ...................................................................................... 215 hp (205 kW), (power bulge to 225hp)
Type of fuel ............................................................................. Number 1 or number 2 diesel
Fuel system............................................................................. Filtered, direct-injected
Air cleaner ............................................................................... Dry-type, single element
Engine air filter restriction monitor........................................... Filter Minder®
Slow idle.................................................................................. 800 RPM
Fast idle................................................................................... 2500 RPM (no load)
POWER TRAIN
Drive
Hydrostatic pump .................................................................... Sauer-Danfoss
Tandem 90 series
Range...................................................................................... 150cc (75 X 2) pressure compensated
with electronic displacement control
Drive train................................................................................ All-time four wheel drive
Speed
- Low ....................................................................... 0-14 mph (0-22.5 km/h)
- Medium ................................................................. 0-18 mph (0-29.0 km/h)
- High ...................................................................... 0-30 mph (0-48.5 km/h)
Hydrostatic wheel motors- front and rear ................................ Sauer-Danfoss (90 series)
Final drives
Type ........................................................................ Planetary gear reduction hubs
- front and rear .............................................. Torque Hub® CW12
Lubrication .............................................................. Oil bath
Brakes
Type ........................................................................................ Multiple disc
Spring applied
Hydraulically released
Steering System
Type ........................................................................................ Hydraulic, dedicated circuit
Control..................................................................................... Full-time power
Steering cylinders.................................................................... Self-centering, double action
Turning radius (120" tread setting).......................................... 18 ft. (5.5 m)
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III. SPECIFICATIONS
AUXILIARY HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Type ....................................................................................... Load sense
Pump type ............................................................................... Single closed center pump
SPRAY SYSTEM
Booms
Type ........................................................................................ Dry, with variable row spacing(optional wet)
Standard.................................................................................. 60/80/90/100 ft. (5 spray sections)
Controls................................................................................... Electro-hydraulic: fold/lift/level
Level shock absorber .............................................................. Gas-charged accumulator
Outer boom tip hydraulic breakaway…………………………...Self-actuated, auto-reset hydraulic
Solution Fill Connection
Quick-fill connection ................................................................ 3 in. (7.6 cm) I.D.
Solution Tank
Standard.................................................................................. 1000 gal. (3785 ℓ) polyethylene w/sight gauge
Optional................................................................................... 1000 gal. (3785 ℓ) stainless steel w/sight gauge
Agitation (polyethylene tank)................................................... Eductor-type w/elect. var. speed control
Agitation (stainless steel tank) ................................................ Sparge-type w/elect. var. speed control
General Spray System
Pump....................................................................................... Centrifugal - hydraulically driven with
pulse width modulated control valve
Solution valves ........................................................................ Electric ball valves
Pressure gauge....................................................................... 100 PSI glycerin filled
Monitor .................................................................................... Raven 4600 (GPS-ready)
Fence row nozzle .................................................................... Two position, remote activated
FOAM MARKING SYSTEM
Make ....................................................................................... Hagie Foam Marker
Type ........................................................................................ Live air
RINSE SYSTEMS
Spray system rinse (solution tanks, pump, and booms) ......... Standard
High pressure washing system ............................................... Optional
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III. SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
General Electrical System
Battery..................................................................................... Dual 12V, negative ground
Alternator................................................................................. 130 AMP, voltage regulated
Starter ..................................................................................... 12V with solenoid
Circuit Breakers/Fuses (See Model STS 10 Parts Manual.)
Lights
Front of cab ............................................................................. 2 Trapezoidal head lights and 4 flood lights
Transom mount ....................................................................... 2 Trapezoidal head lights
Boom cradle (forward)............................................................. 2 Trapezoidal flood lights (1 each)
Boom cradle (rearward) .......................................................... 2 Trapezoidal flood lights (1 each)
CAB AND INSTRUMENTS
Cab
General cab............................................................................. Tilt steering
Windshield wiper/washer
Dual side mirrors
Dome light
Tinted glass
Training seat
Temperature control................................................................ Full-range
A/C charge type ...................................................................... R-134a
Fresh air filtration .................................................................... Paper and charcoal filter
Seat......................................................................................... Air ride
Instruments
Message center....................................................................... Hour meter
Fuel
Water temperature
Battery voltage
Engine oil pressure
Ground speed
Engine RPM
Tread adjustment assist
Stereo...................................................................................... AM/FM/WB with CD
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III. SPECIFICATIONS
TIRES
Tires (front and rear)
Standard.................................................................................. 380/90R46 (Radial TU)
Air pressure ................................................................... 35 PSI (240 kpa)
Tire width....................................................................... 15.0 in. (381 mm)
Load capacity at 25 MPH (40.2 Km/H).......................... 7150 lbs. (3250 kg)
Overall diameter ............................................................ 72.7 in. (1847 mm)
Static load radius (suggested—will vary with load) ....... 33.5 in. (851 mm)
Rolling circumference.................................................... 219.0 in. (5563 mm)
Optional (narrow row crop)...................................................... 380/90R54 (Radial TU) (Titan 320-90)
Air pressure ................................................................... 35 PSI (517 kpa)
Tire width....................................................................... 12.6 in. (381 mm)
Load capacity at 30 MPH (40.2 Km/H).......................... 6800 lbs. (5987.5 kg)
Overall diameter ............................................................ 72.6 in. (2042.2 mm)
Static load radius (suggested—will vary with load) ....... 33.8 in. (947.42 mm)
Rolling circumference.................................................... 219.0 in. (6147 mm)
Optional (wide) ........................................................................ 580/70R38 (Radial TU)
Air pressure ................................................................... 23 PSI (160 kpa)
Tire width....................................................................... 23.1 in. (587 mm)
Load capacity at 25 MPH (40.2 Km/H).......................... 8550 lbs. (3875 kg)
Overall diameter ............................................................ 72.2 in. (1834 mm)
Static load radius (suggested—will vary with load) ....... 32.4 in. (823 mm)
Rolling circumference.................................................... 216.4 in. (5497 mm)
CAPACITIES
Solution tank ........................................................................... 1000 gallons (3785 ℓ)
Fuel cell................................................................................... 150 gallons (530 ℓ)
Cooling system (including block, lines & radiator)................... 18 gallons (68 ℓ)
Hydraulic oil (including tank, lines, filter & cooler)................... 55 gallons (208 ℓ)
Rinse system tank................................................................... 100 gallons (379 ℓ)
Foam marker tank ................................................................... 36 gallons (136 ℓ)
Engine oil (including crankcase, lines, filter & cooler) ............. 17 quarts (16 ℓ)
Torque Hub®
Front (2)............................................................................ 84 oz. (2.5 ℓ) each (approx.)
Rear (2) ............................................................................ 62 oz. (1.8 ℓ) each (approx.)
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IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
OPERATING THE ENGINE
Pre-operational Checks
Page Reference
1. Check the engine oil level. Do not operate the engine when oil is below
the low mark on dipstick.
2. Check the coolant level in the radiator and the coolant overflow reservoir.
62
64-65
3. Check the hydraulic oil reservoir level.
62
4. Check cooling air intake screen.
68
5. Check engine drive belt.
74
6. Drain fuel/water separator.
70
7. Check the Filter Minder®.
67
8. Check for any oil or fuel leaks and correct if needed.
79
9. Drain any water out of air tank daily.
Starting the Engine
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IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Start engine from operator’s seat only.
When running engine in a building, be sure
there is adequate ventilation.
1. Position hydrostatic control lever to “N” (neutral)
position.
2. Put the parking brake switch (fig. 4.01) to the “ON”
position. (See page 24) . Turn the ignition key switch
FIG 4.01
to the on position, wait for the wait to start light in the
message center to go out (fig.4.02), then engage the
starter. If the engine fails to start after 15 seconds,
turn key to “OFF”, wait one minute and repeat the
procedure. If the engine does not start after three
attempts, check fuel supply system. Absence of blue
or white exhaust smoke during cranking indicates no
fuel is being delivered.
3. Observe warning lights on message center (fig. 4.02)
after start up.
4. If any functions do not operate, shut off engine and
determine cause.
5. Always allow at least a five minute warm-up period
FIG 4.02
before operating the engine at high RPM. This means
the engine must reach operating temperature and oil
pressure must stabilize in the normal operating range
before it is run faster than an idle (1000 RPM or less).
NOTE:
Cold oil may not flow in quantities
adequate to prevent pump cavitation.
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IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Operating Ladder
DO NOT lower ladder while anyone is on ground
near sprayer. DO NOT attempt to lower ladder
from ground level. Ladder may swing down
quickly and strike others or operator.
FIG 4.03
To raise or lower the hydraulic ladder, locate the Park/Brake
switch on the right-hand console (fig.4.05). By applying the Park
Brake/Ladder
switch,
the
ladder
will
lower
automatically
(fig.4.03), when engine is shut off. If the Park Brake/Ladder
switch is pushed, the ladder will automatically raise when machine is running (fig.4.04).
Activating
the
brake
switch
while
the
machine is moving is potentially hazardous
to the operator and the sprayer.
FIG 4.04
Upright ladder is not service platform or
step. DO NOT step on ladder while in
upright position.
FIG 4.05
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IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
HYDROSTATIC SYSTEM
ACE: Automatically Controlled
Engine Hydrostatic Drive
1.
Speed ranges are selected by a red and green electronic
switch mounted on the hydrostat handle (fig. 4.06, ). The lower
the setting, the higher the torque, but the lower the speed.
2.
Increase engine one bump to gain RPM of 1800 with the
throttle switch (fig. 4.07, item 2) ore RPM will be gained as you
FIG 4.06
move the hydrostatic handle forward.
2
3. To move forward, slowly push the hydrostatic control
lever (fig. 4.07, item 1) forward. The farther the control
lever is moved, the faster the sprayer will travel and the
RPM’s will increase. To stop, slowly pull the lever to the
“N” (neutral) position.
1
4. To reverse the machine, slowly pull the hydrostatic
control lever back. To stop, slowly push the lever to the
FIG 4.07
“N” (neutral) position.
5. Before turning off the engine, reduce engine speed and
allow the engine to idle at least three minutes.
Cruise Control
Cruise control may be adjusted with the cruise control
dial (fig. 4.08). This will conveniently help regain consistent
field speeds when reentering a field from the end rows.
To set a cruise limit, start with the engine at one bump
on the throttle switch or 1800 RPM’s and cruise control dial
all the way (counterclockwise). Push the hydrostatic control
FIG 4.08
lever all the way forward. Now turn the cruise control dial
clockwise while observing the ground speed and stop turning
NOTE:
Machine will not shift down until highest
the dial when the desired field speed is reached. Now your
maximum field speed is set and you simply reposition the
speed of desired range is met.
handle all the way forward to regain that speed.
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IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Parking Brake
When the engine is shut off or if the charge pressure is
below 150 PSI the brakes will become activated. To set the
brakes while the engine is running, activate the switch
located on the right-hand switch panel.
To engage the brakes, depress the top of the switch
(fig. 4.08) in. To release the brakes, depress the bottom of
the switch in (4.09). Always return the brake switch to the
“OFF” position before moving the sprayer. Brake switch
FIG 4.08
must be on to lower the ladder, and also to run the side fill
or power washer. When brake is on the ladder will lower
automatically.
NOTE:
The parking brake will not engage over 1 mile per hour.
FIG 4.09
24
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
The auxiliary hydraulic system is an open type
control cylinders (lift, level and fold), tread adjust,
directly mounted behind the heavy duty variable
ladder if equipped, outer boom breakaway and the
displacement pump and right side of engine. The
solution pump.
systems consists of single variable displacement
After supplying each of these systems, the
pump that supplies the required hydraulics to
hydraulic oil is sent to the oil cooler at the rear of
operate the full time power steering unit, boom
the engine compartment. Here it is cooled and then
sent back to the hydraulic oil reservoir.
NOTE:
The red warning light (fig.4.11) will illuminate if
the oil level in the hydraulic reservoir drops too
low to safely operate the machine. If this occurs, you must shut down the engine immediately to prevent damage to hydraulic system.
NOTE:
The red warning light will illuminate when any fault is detected.
FIG 4.11
An explanation of the fault will
appear on the message center.
DO NOT GO NEAR LEAKS. High pressure oil easily punctures skin causing
injury, gangrene, or death. If injured, seek emergency medical help. Immediate
surgery is required to remove oil. Do not use finger or skin to check for leaks.
Lower load or relieve hydraulic pressure before loosening fittings.
25
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Operating the Hydraulic Tread Adjust
Never adjust the hydraulic tread on a public
roadway. Make sure the sprayer is on level
ground where there are no ditches or valleys to
interfere when you perform the adjustment.
1. Survey the surroundings and allow yourself enough room to
adjust tread either in forward or reverse.
FIG 4.12
2. Locate the tread adjustment switches on right-hand console
(fig. 4.12). They are marked LF (left front), LR (left rear), RF
(right front) and RR (right rear). The legs may be moved in or
out on each side independently. While driving between one
and two mph, press and hold the desired switches to move
tread in the desired direction. Pressing the top of any switch
will move that leg OUT and pressing the bottom of any switch
will move that leg IN.
4. Observe the tread width on each leg. Front legs use indicator
decals (fig. 4.13) and rear legs use electronic sensors and
the message center in the cab (fig. 4.14). See page 53 for
FIG 4.13
information about message center. Release the switch when
the tread indicator reaches the desired tread marking.
5. After adjustment is complete, all four tread width indicators
should have identical readings.
6. To recalibrate toe-in: while driving forward slowly, turn the
steering wheel all the way one way until the steering cylinder
bottoms out; continue turning the wheel a little more to let
fluid bypass the cylinder. Then turn the steering wheel all the
other way and repeat the process. When wheels are then
straightened, steering cylinders should be recentered and
FIG 4.14
correct toe-in should be obtained (see page 76).
26
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Adjusting Tread Width Manually
1. Empty solution from tank, turn off engine and set parking brake on
1
level surface.
2. Chock all three wheels, front and back, that are not being ad-
2
justed.
3. Lock suspension up on the leg being adjusted with a solid
block between points 1 and 2 (fig. 4.15).
4. After lifting with properly-rated overhead hoist or floor jack, poFIG 4.15
sition properly-rated jack stand under frame and lower sprayer
onto stand (fig. 4.16). Remove floor jack if used. Tire of leg being adjusted should be approximately six inches off ground.
5. Loosen all eight tread adjust tension bolts on the leg to be adjusted (fig. 4.17) one turn each. Tension bolts should only be
loosened, NOT removed. Do NOT remove or loosen any of the
other three legs’ tension bolts at this time.
FIG 4.16
Adjust the tread setting of only
one leg at a time.
6. Slowly slide leg assembly to desired width. Use of a hand cable winch or other pulling tools may be required.
7. Retighten tread adjust tension bolts to 100 lb-ft of torque. See
page 76 for additional tread adjust tension bolt information.
8. Lower leg and repeat previous steps until all four axles have
desired tread width.
FIG 4.17
27
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
SPRAY BOOMS
Hydraulically folding the extensions of the 60/80/90
control of lift (page 29), level (page 30), horizontal fold
foot boom system and adjusting spray valves essentially
(page 31) and vertical fold (page 32).
turns it into a 60 foot boom (see pages 32 & 37). Manu-
All STS 10 spray booms are equipped with a hy-
ally folding the outer extensions of the 60/80/90 foot sys-
draulic breakaway circuit. When folded out as an 80 or
tem, adjusting spray valves and recalibrating spray moni-
90 foot spray boom, a one-way hydraulic circuit on the
tor essentially turns it into an 80 foot boom (see pages 34
outer boom section provides outer boom breakaway
& 54).
functions. The outer breakaway is self-resetting and will
The spray booms are controlled by an electro-
return to normal operating position after it has cleared the
hydraulic system. This system consists of operator
hazard.
manipulated switches located in the sprayer’s cab and
hydraulic cylinders attached to the booms. It provides
60 feet
60/80/90 foot system
extensions folded over.
with
For instruction on hydraulically
folding extensions over, see
page 32.
80 feet
60/80/90 foot boom system with
outer extensions manually folded
forward.
For information on manually
folding outer extensions
forward, see page 34.
90 feet
60/80/90 foot boom system
with all extensions folded out.
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IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Lift
To raise and lower the transom/boom assembly,
depress the “Square Rocker” (UP) or the “Square
Rocker” (DOWN) on the hydrostatic drive handle (fig.
4.19 item 1 ). While depressed, either button activates
the transom lift cylinders (fig. 4.18).
1
FIG 4.18
NOTE:
See your spray tip manufacturer’s
guide for information regarding spray
FIG 4.19
tip height (fig. 4.20).
FIG 4.20
29
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Level
To increase or decrease the angle of each individual
boom level, depress the left or right “Round Rocker” (UP)
or the left or right “Round Rocker” (DOWN) buttons on
the hydrostatic drive handle (fig. 4.22, items 1 and 2).
While depressed, these buttons activate the level
cylinders connecting either boom to the transom (fig.
4.21).
This adjustment also aids in placing the booms
correctly in the cradles for transporting and storing.
FIG 4.21
2
1
FIG 4.22
FIG 4.23
30
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Fold
HORIZONTAL BOOM FOLD - To fold either boom
horizontally in toward the machine or out , depress the
right or left Rocker “Boom Fold” switches on the hydrostat handle (fig. 4.25). While depressed, these switches
activate cylinders connecting either boom to the transom
(fig. 4.24).
Fold or unfold the booms in an open area only. Make
sure no one is standing in the path of the boom fold’s
travel path. Booms can be folded if speed is less then
(5MPH).
FIG 4.24
FIG 4.25
FIG 4.26
31
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Fold
VERTICAL EXTENSION FOLD - To fold the boom
extensions vertically in or out, depress the top or bottom
of the “ Boom Extension” switch (fig. 4.28). This activates
both extension cylinders connecting the inner boom
section and the center boom section (fig. 4.27).
Fold or unfold the booms in an open area only. Make
sure there are no overhead obstructions or wires to
interfere with extension folding.
NOTE:
FIG 4.27
Booms extensions can only be folded when hydrostatic
control lever is in the neutral position, and you have
pushed the ( F1) or ok in the message center showing
you have acknowledged there are no power lines overhead. If sprayer is put in gear during folding, booms will
stop.
FIG 4.28
FIG 4.29
32
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Cradling Booms
The booms should always be cradled before traveling,
transporting, or parking for an extended period of time. The
booms must be folded when cradled. To cradle the booms, fold
the boom extensions in, raise the transom, and fold the booms in
toward the machine. When the boom reaches the last 8-10 degrees of travel towards the cradle, it will automatically slow down
to avoid impact with cradle. Raise each individual boom level
until it clears the outer cradle stop (fig. 4.30). Fold the boom in
FIG 4.30
toward the cradle back-stop. When it touches the back-stop,
lower the boom level until the full weight of the boom rests in the
cradle (fig. 4.31).
NOTE:
Booms must be in folded position
when cradled. Failure to do so may
cause boom damage.
FIG 4.31
FIG 4.32
33
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Folding 90’ Boom to 80’ Boom
To convert a 90 foot boom to an 80 foot boom,
manually close the solution supply valve on the outer
section (fig. 4.33). Remove the pin on the back side of
the boom so it will hinge forward (fig. 4.34) and secure it
with rear pin (fig. 4.35) Repeat these steps on the other
side and recalibrate monitor accordingly (see page 54)
before spraying resumes. See page 43 for information
FIG 4.33
regarding foam marker width adjustment.
FIG 4.34
FIG 4.35
34
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
SPRAY SYSTEM
The spraying system is a constantly-monitored
information from various inputs to help determine
and continuously-adjusted computer-controlled
GPM (gallons per minute) and GPA (gallons per
system. The cab-mounted digital monitor receives
acre).
SPRAY SYSTEM OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
PAGE REFERENCE
1. Calibrate spraying system monitor.
54
2. Check contents and quantity in spray tank.
NOTE:
Never attempt to operate the spray system without solution in the spray tank. Operating the
spray system with no solution in the tank will cause severe damage and void the warranty.
3. Start engine.
20
4. Open tank valves, if desired, activate the agitation system.
37,42
5. Turn on the work mode switch.
36
6. Turn on main spray power.
38
7. Place individual boom solution valve switches to the “ON”
38
position.
37
8. Slowly move the hydrostatic control lever forward to obtain the
desired ground speed.
23
9. Frequently observe the pressure gauge. When it drops to zero, or
spray pattern deteriorates, shut off main spray power, solution
pump, and agitation system until refilling solution.
35
36, 38, 36, 42, 40
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Solution Pump
The solution pump (fig.4.36), is controlled by the Raven
monitor
and
the
Controlled
Pulse
Modulated
Valve
(fig.4.37A&B).
Solution Pressure Gauge
The solution pressure gauge (fig. 4.38) gives the operator a
constant visual display of the amount of solution being applied
FIG 4.36
(measured in PSI). The pressure (as determined by the Pulse
width Modulated control valve) will vary according to ground
speed. If applying solution manually, the solution pressure
gauge visually informs the operator of needed manual
adjustments. Gauge also shows when there is a drop in pressure
the solution tanks may be empty or a problem with the system.
NOTE:
DO NOT allow the pump to continue running when
the boom switches are turned off (see page 37).
FIG 4.37A&B
Failure to do so will generate over-heating and
cause severe pump damage and void the warranty.
FIG 4.38
36
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Boom Solution Valve Switches
The spray booms are divided into sections that are
independently supplied with solution and can therefore
independently be shut off or turned on. Sixty foot boom configurations are divided into three sections and the valves are
mounted on the transom. Eighty and ninety foot boom configurations are divided into five sections with three valves mounted
on the transom and one mounted on each boom. The electronic
boom solution valves are controlled by a row of switches
FIG 4.39A
mounted on the right-hand console (fig.4.39A).
Solution Tank Valve
The solution tank valve switch is also located on the right hand
console (fig 4.39B). Fig 4.39C shows the location of the tank
valve.
Boom Section L.E.D. Indicators
Boom solution valve status is displayed on the transom by a
series of L.E.D. indicators (fig. 4.40). Each indicator will light
FIG 4.39B
up if that particular boom solution valve is turned “OFF.”
FIG 4.39C
FIG 4.40
37
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Main Solution Switch
Main spray power can be controlled from a switch
mounted on the hydrostatic control lever (fig. 4.42). This controls the panel of boom solution valve switches . The switch
must be on to supply the switches with voltage. This way you
can turn all of the boom solution valves “ON” or “OFF” all at
once in a hands-free execution such as turning the main
solution switch “OFF” as you arrive at the end rows of a field
and turn it back “ON” as you enter the field again. This
FIG 4.42
switch supplies the power to the boom solution valve
switches that you turn off to disconnect the power.
When the main spray power is “ON” a “GREEN”
indicator light mounted on the right side of the message center will light up (fig. 4.43A), also a white light mounted
above boom lights on transom assembly (fig.4.43B), will
come on. When the light is not lit, the main solution switch is
“OFF.”
FIG 4.43A
FIG 4.43B
38
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Fence Row Applicator
To operate the fence row nozzle, locate the fence row
switch on the switch control panel (fig. 4.44). If you wish to
turn on the right fence row nozzle, depress the top side of the
fence row switch. If you wish to turn on the left fence row
nozzle, depress the bottom side of the fence row switch. To turn
either fence row nozzle off, return the fence row switch back to
the center (“OFF”) position.
FIG 4.44
As you engage either fence row nozzle you may notice a
drop in solution pressure.
A set of amber L.E.D. lights mounted on the transom on
1
2
either side of the boom solution valve L.E.D. lights will inform
the operator of fence row status. If the left fence row nozzle is
on, the left amber L.E.D. light is lit (fig. 4.45, item 1). If the
right fence row nozzle is on, the right amber L.E.D. light is lit
(fig. 4.45, item 2). If neither amber L.E.D. light is lit, no
solution is being applied through the fence row nozzles.
FIG 4.45
39
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Solution Quick-Fill
To fill the solution tank, make sure the sump valve under
the tank is open. To access the front fill, pull the front fill
latch lever down and the assembly will lower (fig. 4.46).
Connect it to your solution supply (fig. 4.47, item 2) and fill
to the desired level. You may also fill the rinse tank from
ground level (fig. 4.47, item 1) with owner supplied connection. When finished, shut the valves and return the front fill to
FIG 4.46
the locked position. See the next page for information regarding the use of the side fill inductor (fig. 4.48) for filling the
solution tank.
2
1
FIG 4.47
FIG 4.48
40
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Inductor Operation
gine off.
With the engine running and the parking brake
set, flip the lock switch up(fig.4.49 item 1). Lower
Load water only: B-connected, C– on, E-off, Foff.
the inductor assembly with the inductor control
Suck water only*: B-connected,C-on, E-off, Foff.
box switch (fig. 4.49, item 2). If filling with the
Load water/induct chem: B-connected, E-open,
F-off.
suck-on attachment, leave the engine running. If
filling with the push-on attachment, turn the en-
Suck water/induct chem*: B-connected,E-open,
F-off.
NOTE:
Fill rinse tank: A-handle perpendicular to
sprayer.
The following fill and rinse scenarios refer
to figure 4.50 below.
Rinse inductor tank with rinse tank: F– valve
on.
Rinse inductor tank with nurse tank (suck or
load): F-valve on, E-valve on.
2
*To activate “suck-on” pump, flip the inductor
control switch up (fig. 4.49, item 3). This will
start the pump. Flip switch down when filling is
1
3
complete.
FIG 4.49
B. SUCK-ON LOAD-ON
CONNECTION (CAP
A. RINSE SUPPLY
VALVE TO FILL TANK
E. CHEM INDUCTOR
TANK SHUT OFF
(TURN OFF WHEN
NOT INDUCTING)
C. SUCK-ON LOAD-ON
VALVE (CLOSE WHEN
NOT IN USE)
D.SUCK ON
F.CHEM INDUCTOR
RINSE VALVE (CLOSE
WHEN NOT IN USE)
FIG 4.50
41
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
AGITATION SYSTEM
The speed of the sparge agitation system is controlled by a
variable flow solution valve mounted on the solution pump (fig.
4.51). The agitation switch (fig. 4.52) on the right-hand console
controls the rate of flow through the sparge system. While watching the indicator on the sparge valve (fig. 4.53), increase or decrease the flow rate with the agitation control switch. Press up to
increase flow rate and down to decrease it. When desired rate of
flow is achieved, release the agitation switch.
FIG 4.51
FIG 4.52
FIG 4.53
42
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
LEFT
FOAM
RIGHT
FOAM
Foamer Operation
To operate the foam marking system, locate the toggle
switch on the top of the hydrostat control handle (fig. 4.54). Push
the top of the switch left if foam is desired from the left foam
drop. Push the top of the switch right if foam is desired from the
right foam drop. Return the switch to the middle position if no
foam is desired.
System pressure is indicated by a pressure gauge on the
FIG. 4.54
regulator which is mounted next to the foam tank (fig. 4.55). To
adjust the air pressure in the foam tank, turn the knob on the
regulator clockwise for more pressure, and counterclockwise for
less pressure. To correctly decrease the pressure in the foam
tank, you must first open either the left or right foam valve for a
moment to relieve system pressure. Then adjust regulator
accordingly.
See figure below for foam drop valve configurations.
FIG 4.55
• To drop foam at 60’, left-inner
handle should be vertical
• To drop foam at 80’ or 90’, left-inner
handle should be horizontal
FR
O
NT
• To drop foam at 80’, left-outer
handle should be vertical
• To drop foam at 90’, left-outer
handle should be horizontal
Foam supply
from pressurized
foam tank
• To drop foam at 60’, right-inner
handle should be horizontal
• To drop foam at 80’ or 90’, right-inner
handle should be vertical
FIG 4.56
43
• To drop foam at 80’, right-outer
handle should be horizontal
• To drop foam at 90’, right-outer
handle should be vertical
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Filling Foam Marker System
1
Before performing any service or refilling
of the foam marker, shut the engine off
and relieve system pressure from the tank.
DO NOT stand directly over or
in front of valves when opening.
2
Relieve pressure from the foam tank by opening
the ¼" ball valve on the side of the foam tank (fig 4.57,
item 2). Close the ball valve after pressure is relieved.
Open the top 2" ball valve (fig. 4.57, item 1). Add water
to the tank, leaving enough room for the foam
concentrate. Next add the foam concentrate according
to the label on the container. After filling is complete,
TANK LEVEL
SIGHT GAUGE
close the 2" ball valve on top of the tank. Start the
sprayer’s
engine
and
adjust
accordingly (see previous page).
FIG 4.57
44
the
air
pressure
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Rinse System Operation
NOTE:
Activate the rinse system only after
solution tank is empty.
TO RINSE SOLUTION TANK AND 3” FILL LINES:
Solution pump is controlled by the Raven monitor (fig. 4.58).
1. Turn on spray system monitor Turn the rate switch to
the “MANUAL” position. Using the flow increase/
decrease lever, increase solution pressure to maximum
PSI.
FIG 4.58
2. Close the solution tank valve (fig. 4.59, item 2).
1
2
3
3. Depress the “SOLU TANK” rinse switch (fig. 4.59, item
3).
4.
When finished rinsing the solution tank return the rinse
switch back to the “OFF“ position and turn the spraying
system off (including solution pump switch, and monitor).
FIG 4.59
TO RINSE BOOM SUPPLY AND NOZZLES:
1. Follow steps 1 and 2 from above.
NOTE:
Select a safe area to rinse spray system
and clean sprayer where the chemicals
will not drift off to contaminate people,
animals, vegetation, or water supply.
2. Turn agitation off (fig. 4.59, item 1).
3. Close solution tank valve (fig. 4.59, item 2) and open
boom supply valves (fig. 4.59).
4. Depress the “BOOM” rinse switch (fig. 4.59, item 3).
5. When finished rinsing the boom return rinse switch back
to the “OFF” position and turn the spraying system off
NOTE:
Refer to chemical manufacturer’s guide for
(including solution pump switch, monitor, boom solution
valves and main spray power switch).
types of cleaning solution combinations
(plain water, cleaning agents, etc.).
45
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
HAND WASH SYSTEM
NOTICE
FILL WITH FRESH
WATER ONLY
Fill hand wash system tank (fig. 4.60) with fresh water
FIG 4.60
only. The hand wash valve is located under the left side of
the sprayer (fig. 4.61). Remember to close the valve before
refilling.
NOTICE
HAND WASH ONLY
FIG 4.61
46
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
LIGHTS
HIGHWAY LIGHTS - Mounted on the cab and on the transom
mount is two each trapezoid d head lamps (fig. 4.64, item 1 and 2).
Use these lights when traveling on a public road at night. Turn
them on using the rocker switch on the steering pedestal (fig.
4.62).
FIELD LIGHTS - The front of the cab also houses four trapezoidal flood lamps and two trapezoidal head lights (fig. 4.64, item
3). Use these lights when operating in a field after dark. Turn them
on by pressing rocker
switchs located on the upper right cab
FIG 4.62
headliner (4.65). Turn them off when entering a public roadway.
The highway or field lights are operational when the light
switch is pushed in the up position (fig. 4.63). The ignition key
does not have to be on in order to operate the highway lights but
does have to be on to operate field lights. Extended use without
the engine operating to charge the battery is not recommed.
FIG 4.63
1
3
2
FIG 4.65
FIG 4.64
47
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Work Lights
Additional work lights are located on each boom cradle (fig.
4.67, items 1 & 2), one on each side facing forward and one on
each side facing backward. Use these lights when operating in a
field after dark. Turn them on by pressing the rocker switch (fig.
4.66). To turn them off, press rocker switch down. Turn them off
when entering a public roadway.
The ignition key does have to be on in order to operate the
FIG 4.66
work lights, but extended use without the engine operating to
charge the battery is not recommended.
2
1
FIG 4.67
48
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Turn Signals
To activate the front (fig. 4.69) and rear turning
signals (fig. 4.70, item 1), move the turn signal lever (fig.
4.68, item 1) forward to turn right and back to turn left.
Steering column-mounted turn signal indicators will
correspondingly flash when either side of the turn signals
1
is activated. The turn signal lever is not a self-centering
switch; you must return it to the “OFF” position by hand
FIG 4.68
after completing your turn.
Hazard/Warning Lights
To activate the flashing hazard/warning lights (fig.
4.69 & 4.70,) depress the “FLASHER” switch (fig. 4.68)
Activate the hazard/warning lights anytime traveling on a
public road, day or night, unless prohibited by law. Rotary
warning lights are an option, (Fig 4.70A). Flasher switch
will activate these lights.
Running Lights
Activating the highway lights (see page 47) will also
FIG 4.69
turn on the “RED” running lights on the rear of the
machine (fig. 4.70, item 2).
1
2
FIG 4.70
FIG 4.70A
49
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
HAGIE STS 10 CAB
FIG 4.71
Emergency Exit..............................................................................51
Windshield Wiper/Washer..............................................................52
Message Center.............................................................................53
50
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Emergency Exit
Any cab glass may be broken in the event that an emergency
exit is required.
1. Use the exiting tool located right rear of window frame (fig.
4.72) and break window (fig 4.73).
2. Push window outward until there is room to exit.
3. Climb out through and away from hazardous situation.
FIG 4.72
FIG. 4.73
51
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Windshield Wiper/Washer
To turn the windshield wiper on, locate the windshield
wiper switch on the right side of the head liner (fig. 4.75, item
1). Depress the switch to the “ON” position. The wiper will
continue to operate until the switch is returned to the “OFF”
position.
2
To activate the windshield washer pump, depress the
1
windshield washer switch (fig. 4.75, item 2) and hold the
switch down until the desired amount of washing solution has
FIG 4.75
been applied and then release the switch. Turn the wiper
switch to the “OFF” position when the washing solution has
been completely wiped away. Washer fluid bottle located behind cab, (fig 7.10 page 66).
Message Center
The message center in the cab of a Hagie
STS 10 offers valuable information as the following (fig 4.76).
1. Tread adjust width.
2. Engine RPM
3. Engine oil pressure
4. Hour meter
5. Fuel level
6. Coolent temperature
FIG 4.76
7. Tire size
8. Battery voltage
9. Speed range
10. Program version
This information can also be viewed by using the
up and down arrows.
52
IV. OPERATING INFORMATION
Air Suspended Seat
6- Fore-Aft Isolater. Lift lever to engage fore-aft
isolater. Push lever down for losk-out.
7-Backrest Adjustment. Lift lever to stop and
lean rearward or foreward to adjust backrest
position.
8-Armrest Tilt Adjustment. Turn counterclock
wise to lower tilt, clockwise to raise tilt.
9-Lumbar Adjustment. Rotate knob clockwise to
increase lumbar support, counterclockwise to decrease support.
1– Seat Cushion Adjustment. Rotate knob to desired cushion position.
2– Height Adjustment. Pull knob out to lower seat.
Push knob in to raise seat.
3- Lateral Isolator. Lift lever to engage lateral
Iso-lator. Push lever down for lock-out
4- Ride Firmness Adjustment. Rotate knob
counterclockwise for firm ride, clockwise for soft
ride. For average ride,rotate knob to middle of
travel.
5- Fore-Aft Adjustment. Pull lever out and move
seat.
9
1
1
9
8
2
7
2
3
8
6
4
5
FIG 5.87
3
4
7
5
53
6
V. CALIBRATION
CALIBRATING YOUR SPRAYING SYSTEM
It
is
important
to
apply
chemicals
as
For help in determining the nozzle spacing and
recommended by the manufacturers of the product.
height of boom, refer to the Spray Product Catalog
In order to do so, the spraying system must be
that accompanies this manual. There are several
properly calibrated. Determine the speed at which
types
the sprayer will be driven while applying chemicals.
recommended by the catalog) and install the type
To select the best speed, consider the lay of
and size of nozzles best suited for the intended
the land, the condition of the soil, the type of crops,
spraying job. The type and size of nozzles selected
the height of the crops, etc. Select the nozzle
will depend upon the speed the sprayer will travel,
spacing (distance between each nozzle on the
the nozzle spacing, and the number of gallons one
spray boom) best suited for the intended spraying
intends to apply per acre.
and
sizes
of
nozzles.
Select
(as
job.
IMPORTANT:
DO NOT ADD CHEMICALS UNTIL
CALIBRATION IS COMPLETED.
VERIFYING CALIBRATION
Check with manufacturer on recommended
switches. Make sure there are no leaks and that all
spray pressure. To test your system, fill the solution
nozzles are spraying a desirable pattern. Continue
tanks with clean water. Do not add chemicals until
spraying in the stationary position for at least 10
calibrated and verified.
minutes for proper warm-up of the sprayer and its
With brakes applied, start the engine of the
system. Catch one nozzle’s spray for one minute in
sprayer; throttle the engine to operating speed and
an adequately sized and marked container.
remain parked. Turn on all boom section solution
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V. CALIBRATION
trouble shooting guide in the service manual for the
The measured flow rate should be the same as
spray system’s monitor.
the flow rate shown on the chart below. The chart
shows rate of discharge in gallons per minute for
All nozzles should be spraying at about the
various field speeds and row spacings to apply 10
same flow rate. If one drives the sprayer at the
gallons per acre.*
proper speed and maintains the right pressure
setting while spraying, the desired gallons per acre
If the measured flow rate is not the same as
will be applied.
that on the calibration tube’s chart, consult the
RATE OF DISCHARGE
Tip
Spacing
4 mph
5 mph
6 mph
7 mph
8 mph
15"
.101
.126
.151
.176
.202
16"
.107
.133
.160
.187
.214
17"
.114
.142
.171
.199
.228
18"
.121
.151
.181
.211
.242
19"
.127
.158
.190
.222
.254
20"
.134
.167
.201
.234
.268
30"
.201
.251
.303
.351
.403
36"
.242
.302
.363
.423
.484
38"
.255
.318
.382
.446
.510
40"
.269
.336
.403
.470
.538
GALLONS PER MINUTE**
* Divide by 10 to get 1 gallon per acre rate
** At a rate of 10 gallons per acre
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VI. TRANSPORTING
A. DRIVING
When driving the sprayer on a public road or highway, drive carefully and follow these steps.
1. Always have the booms in the folded position and cradled when driving or transporting.
2. Flashing hazard/warning lights have been placed on the sprayer to warn other drivers.
3. Know and obey all state laws for driving farm equipment on a public road or highway.
4. Adjust the sprayer’s speed to suit the conditions.
5. Slow down and use turn signals before turning.
6. Pull over to the side road before stopping.
7. Keep a proper lookout, and maintain control of the sprayer.
8. Do not drive under trees, bridges, wires or other obstructions unless there is clearance.
9. Use extra care before entering or leaving a public road or highway.
10.
A SMV ( Slow Moving Vehicle ) emblem has been mounted on the sprayer to warn other drivers
that one is moving slowly. Keep it properly displayed, unless prohibited by law.
B. TRAILERING:
NOTE:
Extra care should be taken when loading the sprayer onto any trailer. Consider
whether it is best to back the sprayer on or drive the sprayer forward.
1. Loading:
Never load or unload a sprayer
with solution in the tanks.
NOTE:
Be sure to read and understand the trailer’s owner and operator manual. Hitch the
trailer to the pulling vehicle as shown in the trailer’s owner and operator manual.
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VI. TRANSPORTING
When moving the sprayer onto a trailer, follow these steps completely:
a. Pull the trailer to flat ground. Apply the pulling vehicle’s parking brake and turn off the engine. Use
tire chocks to keep the trailer from moving.
b. Fold in the sprayer’s booms and lower to the boom cradle.
c. Lower the trailer ramps and set the ramp spacing for the sprayer’s tread setting.
d. Get someone to help guide you onto the trailer. Keep everyone a safe distance from the sprayer.
Stopping the sprayer on the trailer loading
ramps may result in sprayer tip-over.
e. Allow enough room between the sprayer and the pulling vehicle for turning.
f.
Secure the sprayer to the trailer. See the trailer’s owner and operator manual for instructions.
g. Cover or remove the SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) emblem when traveling over 25 miles per
hour.
NOTE:
The loaded height and width of the trailer must conform
to the law of the state in which it is being used.
2. Unloading:
When moving the sprayer off of a trailer, follow these steps completely:
a. Pull the trailer to flat ground. Apply the pulling vehicle’s parking brake and turn off the engine.
Use tire chocks to keep the trailer from moving.
b. Lower the trailer ramps and set ramp spacing for the sprayer’s tread setting.
c.
Release securing restraints carefully.
d. Get someone to help guide off the trailer. Keep everyone a safe distance from the sprayer.
e. Uncover or replace the SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) emblem.
NOTE:
The Model STS 10 should never be towed
under any circumstances. Machine damage
will occur and void the power train warranty.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
PAGE
NO
Service Point
62
ENGINE OIL
64
RADIATOR COOLANT LEVEL
64
COOLANT CONCENTRATION
68
RADIATOR GRILLE SCREEN
74
74
66
A/C COMPRESSOR
70
FUEL FILTER (WATER SEPARATOR)
70
IN-LINE FUEL STRAINER
67
AIR INTAKE FILTER
67
FILTER MINDER®
62
HYDRAULIC RESERVOIR OIL LEVEL
68
HYDRAULIC CHARGE and SUCTION FILTER ( 1 in tank )
69
SOLUTION LINE STRAINER
A
DAILY
DAILY
AS REQ
500 HRS*
ENGINE DRIVE BELT
AS REQ
DAILY
A/C COMPRESSOR BELT
AS REQ
250 HRS
DAILY
B
500 HRS*
DAILY
AS REQ
NOT REC
C
D
DAILY
500HRS**
DAILY
E
AS REQ
DAILY
63
TORQUE HUB OIL LEVEL
79
WET TANK
71
FRONT LEG STRG ZERKS (4 PLACES – 2 EACH)
71
REAR LEG BRG ZERKS (2 PLACES – 1 EACH)
76
TREAD ADJUSTMENT BEARING TORQUE
72
BATTERIES
75
LUG NUT TORQUE
80
TIRE PRESSURE
70
FRESH AIR CAB FILTER
70
CHARCOAL CAB FILTER
AS REQ
70
RECIRCULATION FILTER
AS REQ
79
SPRAY NOZZLE DIAPHRAGMS & SPRAY TIPS
®
F
DAILY
DAILY
50 HRS
500 HRS*
100 HRS
AS REQ
50 HRS
AS REQ
DAILY
G
50 HRS
50 HRS
AS REQ
500HRS**
*OR YEARLY, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST; OR AS REQUIRED
**OR AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEASON, WHICHEVER
COMES FIRST; OR AS REQUIRED
NOTE A: SEE ENGINE MANUFACTURER’S HAND BOOK
NOTE B: CHARGE AS REQ; USE PROPER EQUIPMENT
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NOTE C: FOLLOW FILTER MINDER READINGS
NOTE D: RESET EACH TIME YOU SERVICE AIR FILTER
NOTE E: 1ST 50 HRS, THEN 250 HRS THEREAFTER
NOTE F: 1ST 50 HRS, THEN 100 HRS THEN YEARLY
NOTE G: IMMEDIATELY, THEN 50 HRS THEREAFTER
VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
SERVICE INTERVALS
Initial checks after receiving machine
IMMEDIATELY
then
HOURS
0
HOURS
50
1) Check lug nut torque, then every 50 hours (page 75)
FIRST 50 HOURS
HOURS
50
then
HOURS
100
®
1) Change Torque Hub oil, then every 100 hours (page 63)
2) Change hydrostatic charge pressure and suction filter, then every 250 hours ( page 68 )
Daily
1) Check engine oil (page 62)
2) Drain fuel filter (water separator) (page 70)
3) Check radiator coolant level (page 65)
4) Check radiator coolant (page 64)
5) Check engine drive belt (page 74)
6) Check Filter Minder® (page 67)
7) Check hydraulic oil reservoir level (page 62)
8) Check solution line strainer (page 69)
9) Drain wet tank (page 79)
10) Check batteries (page 72)
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HOURS
10
VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
As Required
HOURS
?
1) Change coolant concentration (page 64)
2) Clean radiator grille screen (page 68)
3) Change engine drive belt (page 74)
4) Change A/C compressor belt (page 74)
5) Charge A/C compressor (page 66)
6) Change fuel filter (water separator) (page 70)
7) Change in-line fuel pre-filter (page 70)
8) Change hydraulic reservoir oil (page 62)
9) Clean solution line strainer (page 69)
10) Clean batteries (page 72)
11) Knock particles from fresh air intake cab filter (page70)
12) Change fresh air intake cab filter (page 70)
13) Change charcoal cab filter (page70)
14) Knock particles from recirculating cab filter (page70)
15) Change recirculating cab filter (page 70)
16) Check and replace spray nozzle diaphragms and spray tip (page 79)
17) Change tread adjust bearing bolt torque (page 76)
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Every 50 HOURS
HOURS
50
1) Check tire pressure (page 80)
2) Check lug nut torque (page 75)
3) Visually inspect tread adjust bearing bolts (page 76)
4) Grease front steering zerks (page 71)
5) Knock particles from fresh air intake cab filter (page 70)
Every 100 HOURS
HOURS
100
1) Check Torque Hub® oil level (page 63)
2) Clean batteries (page 72)
3) Check tread adjust bearing bolt torque (page 76)
Every 250 HOURS
HOURS
250
1) Check A/C compressor belt (page 74)
2) Change hydrostatic charge pressure and suction filter ( page 68 )
Every 500 HOURS
1) Check coolant concentration (page 64)
2) Change fuel filter (water separator) (page 70)
3) Change hydraulic reservoir oil (page 62)
4) Change Torque Hub® oil (page 63)
5) Check spray nozzle diaphragms and spray tips (page 79)
6) Grease rear leg bearing zerks (page 71)
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HOURS
500
or
ONCE
A
YEAR
VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
FLUIDS
Engine oil
OIL LEVEL - The engine oil level dipstick is located on the
left-hand side of the engine (fig. 7.01). Never operate the engine
with the oil level below the “L” (low) mark or above the “H” (high)
mark. Wait at least five minutes after shutting off the engine to
check the oil level; this allows time for the oil to drain to the oil
pan. Check the engine oil level daily.
CAPACITY - Low to high mark capacity is 2.0 quarts.
FIG 7.01
Engine oil pan capacity is 17 quarts. Refer to Engine Operation
and Maintenance manual for maintenance schedule.
NOTE:
The engine must be level when checking the oil
level to make sure the measurement is correct.
Hydraulic Oil Reservoir
OIL LEVEL - Check the sight gauge level on the hydraulic
oil reservoir (fig 7.03) daily. Add just enough fluid so the level is
in the center of the sight gauge. Always check the hydraulic oil
level when it is cool. Hydraulic oil will expand when heated.
TYPE - Premium hydraulic fluids containing high quality rust/
FIG 7.02
oxidation/and foam inhibitors are required. Hydraulic oil must
conform to one of the following types: anti-wear hydraulic oil,
type F automatic transmission fluid, or agricultural hydraulic
transmission fluid. Replace the oil in the hydraulic reservoir at
500 hours or at the beginning of each spraying season,
whichever comes first.
NOTE:
CLEANLINESS STANDARD: Always make sure
area is clean before changing filter or hydraulic oil.
FIG 7.03
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
1
Torque Hub® Oil
OIL LEVEL - Each Torque Hub® should maintain an oil level
of half full at all times. Less than that would limit lubrication, and
over half full could cause overheating and damage. To check oil
level, position Torque Hub® so one of the face plugs is
positioned at 12 O’clock (fig. 7.04, item 1). The other plug will be
2
either at 9 O’clock or 3 O’clock (fig. 7.04, item 2). Remove the
lower plug: if no oil comes out, oil level is too low. Check Torque
FIG 7.04
Hub® oil level every 100 hours.
If EP-90 oil is needed, remove the top plug also and fill just
until it starts to come out the lower hole. With the oil at a
satisfactory level, re-install plugs.
CHANGE - The Torque Hub® oil should be changed after
the first 50 hours of operation, preferably in a loaded condition.
Subsequently, it should be changed every 500 hours after that,
or once a year whichever comes first.
To change the Torque Hub® oil, position one of the plugs at
6 O’clock, and the other at either 3 O’clock or 9 O’clock.
Remove the bottom plug to drain the oil. Once all of the oil is
drained, re-install the bottom plug and remove the top plug.
Refill Torque Hub® with EP-90 oil as described above.
GENERAL MAINTENANCE - If your sprayer is going to sit
for an extended period of time, occasionally rotate the hubs by
driving the sprayer forward or backward a few feet to adequately
coat all internal hub parts. This will prevent rusting if moisture
inadvertently entered the hub during an oil change. Failure to
rotate hub and disperse oil may cause rusting and internal
damage.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Cooling System
COOLANT TYPE - Your cooling system should always be
sufficiently charged with an adequate mixture of antifreeze and
water, regardless of the climate, in order to maintain a broad
operating temperature range. Your cooling system has been
factory-charged with an ethylene glycol-based antifreeze.
NOTE:
Ethylene glycol-based antifreeze and propylene
FIG 7.05
glycol-based antifreeze should never be mixed.
CHECKING CONCENTRATION - The radiator cap is
located toward the rear of the engine compartment (fig. 7.05).
Never remove a cap from a hot engine. Always allow the engine
to cool before servicing cooling system.
A 50/50 antifreeze/water mixture is a conservative mixture
which allows good protection against both overheating and
freezing. If a stronger antifreeze mixture is required, be sure not
to exceed the engine manufacturer’s guidelines for antifreeze
mixing. The table in figure 7.07 gives a few examples of
FIG 7.06
ethylene glycol antifreeze/water mixture protection values.
Consult the engine manufacturer’s handbook for further
information.
Ethylene Glycol
Concentration should be checked every 500 hours or at the
beginning of each winter, whichever comes first. It should be
40%
-23ºC
-10ºF
checked using a refractometer; “floating ball”-type density
testers or hydrometers are not accurate enough for use with
50%
-37ºC
-34ºF
60%
-54ºC
-65ºF
heavy duty diesel cooling systems.
FIG 7.07
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
CHANGING COOLANT - Your coolant should periodically
be changed to eliminate the buildup of harmful chemicals. Drain
and replace the coolant every other spraying season or every
1,000 hours of operation, whichever comes first. Refill only with
ethylene glycol coolant. Antifreeze should be mixed only with
soft water because hard water contains minerals which break
down the anti-corrosion properties of antifreeze.(FIG 7.08).
Fuel
FIG 7.08
TYPE - No. 2 diesel fuel is recommended for the best
economy and performance under most operating conditions. In
operating conditions under 32° F, use a blend of No. 1 and No. 2
diesel fuel. The addition of No. 1 diesel fuel may cause loss of
power and/or fuel economy.
STORING - See section 8 on sprayer storage.
REFILLING - Always turn off the engine and allow it to cool
before refueling. Never smoke while fueling. Keep a fire
extinguisher within reach while refueling.
The fuel cell on an STS 10 holds 150 gallons - do not fill it
FIG 7.09
completely: fuel can expand and run over. Wipe up all spilled
fuel and clean with detergent and water before starting the
engine.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Air Conditioning
TYPE - The cab on your sprayer is equipped with a R-134a
air conditioning system.
RECHARGING - Recharge it only with R-134a refigerant. If
your air conditioning system is mistakenly charged with R-12
refigerant, serious problems, such as compressor seizure, may
result. Therefore, confirm refigerant before recharging system.
If you do not have the proper recharging equipment, it is
FIG 7.09
recommended that you allow an independent service agent
service your air conditioning system.
Windshield Washer Fluid
The windshield washer reservoir is located rear of the cab
(fig. 7.10). Check it occasionally and refill it from the cap inside
the cab
with non-freezing automotive windshield cleaner as
required.
FLUID CAPACITIES AND TYPES
Engine oil pan, including filter ....................... 17 quarts
SAE 15W-40
Engine oil dipstick, L-H mark ........................ 2 quarts
FIG 7.10
Hydraulic oil reservoir ................................... 32 gallons
anti-wear
hydraulic oil
Hydraulic system
(reservoir, lines, filter, cooler, etc)................. 55 gallons
Torque Hub® oil level
Front (2).................................................. approx. 84 oz. ea.
EP-90
Rear (2) .................................................. approx. 62 oz. ea.
EP-90
Engine cooling system .................................. 18 gallons
ethylene glycol
Fuel cell......................................................... 150 gallons
No. 1 or 2 diesel
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
FILTERS
Engine Air Intake
LOCATION – The engine air intake filter is accessed by
opening the door on the front of the engine compartment (fig.
7.12).
REMOVAL - The engine air intake filter element should only
FIG 7.12
be removed if it is going to be replaced. After loosening the air
cleaner clamp and removing the end cap, carefully remove the
filter so as to not knock any dust off the filter and into the air
intake passage (fig. 7.13). Secondary filter doesn’t need to be
replaced if primary is intact.
REPLACEMENT - Your sprayer is equipped with a Filter
Minder® to notify you of filter element efficiency. Follow its
guidelines for servicing. (See below.) At appropriate service
time, install the new element carefully to ensure proper sealing.
CLEANING - It is not recommended to clean the air filter
FIG 7.13
element. However, a clean damp cloth should be used to wipe
dust and foreign material from the air cleaner housing.
iinstalled.
NOTE:
Do not tap filter to remove dust. Engine damage may occur due
to crushed filter caused by tapping. If Filter Minder® indicates
restriction, remove old filter, discard and install new filter only.
Filter Minder®
FIG 7.14
LOCATION - The Filter Minder® is an air restriction
NOTE:
Service the air cleaner before the
yellow indicator reaches the red line of
the Filter Minder®.
monitoring
system
that
progressively
and
constantly
indicates how much air filter capacity remains. It is mounted
on foamer bracket . (fig. 7.14). Check its reading daily.
SERVICE - Service the air cleaner when the Filter
Minder® reads 20” (80% of average dirt holding capacity).
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Radiator Screen
In order to maintain maximum air flow through the engine
cooling system’s radiator, oil cooler, and air conditioning
condenser, the cooling air intake grille (fig. 7.15) must be
inspected often and periodically cleaned.
NOTE:
Failure to keep cooling systems clean
can cause over heating and damage to
the hydrostatic system and/or engine.
FIG 7.15
Compressed air will dislodge most large trash or loose dirt
after the hood has been opened for service. Blow out the screen
away from the machine. Water from a pressurized hose may
also be used, or if necessary the screen may be soaked with
soapy water and scrubbed with a brush.
NOTE:
When cleaning cooling fins of the radiator, oil
cooler, or A/C condenser with compressed
air or water, be careful not to damage cooling
fins which may impair cooling capabilities.
Hydraulic Filter
FIG 7.16
Remove and install a new 10 Micron rated suction filter (fig.
7.16) at the end of the first 50 hours of use; subsequently,
replace the filter every 250 hours, or once a year, whichever
comes first.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Hydraulic Tread valves
The front valve (fig 7.17) is mounted on the back of the front
cross member. The rear valve is mounted on the front of the
rear cross member (1.18).
Solution Line Strainer
To help maintain consistent application rates, check the
solution line strainer (fig. 7.19) daily for blockage. Clean the
strainer screen as required. Be sure to wear the appropriate
FIG 7.17
clothing while removing and cleaning the line strainer screen.
Confirm the gasket is in place before re-installing the screen.
FIG 7.18
FIG 7.19
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Fuel Filter
PRIMARY (WATER SEPARATOR) - (fig. 7.20) Drain water
and sediment from the separator daily. Replace every 500 hours
or once a year, whichever comes first.
IN-LINE STRAINER - (fig. 7.21) Note direction of fuel flow
arrow when replacing.
Fresh Air Cab Filters
FIG 7.20
PAPER FILTER Filter - (fig. 7.22 item 1 ) .The paper filter
should be cleaned every 50 hours, or more often if necessary.
Remove the paper element and gently tap it against a flat
surface. Direct low pressure compressed air through the filter to
remove larger particles. Replace the paper filter if necessary.
CHARCOAL FILTER - (fig. 7.22 item 2) Remove and replace
at the first sign of chemical odor entering the cab.
Figure 7.23 shows air tube that fresh air comes into the cab.
FIG 7.21
2
1
FIG 7.22
FIG 7.23
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
LUBRICATION
Steering Bearings
1
Grease zerks are located on the “tie
rod” ball pivot (fig. 7.24, item 1) and steer2
ing plate (fig. 7.24, item 2) of each front leg
(four places total). Grease all four zerks
once a week or every 50 hours, whichever
comes first. To maintain bearing integrity,
grease the bearing plate on each rear leg
every 500 hours or once a year, whichever
comes first.
Grease front and rear leg towers (fig.
7.25 item 1 and 2),daly. DO NOT USE AIR
FIG 7.24
TYPE GREASE GUN TO LUBE LEG
TOWERS< MAY RESULT IN SEAL DISTORTION.
1
2
FIG 7.25
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
ELECTRICAL
Batteries
SAFETY
Batteries contain sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin,
eyes, or clothing. Do not inhale fumes or ingest liquid.
Batteries contain gases which can explode. Keep
sparks and flame away while servicing.
SERVICE ACCESS - The batteries are located at the rear of
FIG 7.26
the machine behind battery service access panel (fig. 7.26).
NOTE:
When servicing the electrical system
always disconnect the batteries. Remove
the ground cable first and connect it last.
NOTE:
To ensure the best electrical contact, battery terminal
connections should be as clean and as tight as possible.
CLEANING - Disconnect battery cables from batteries.
Remove all corrosion with a wire brush or battery post brush.
FIG 7.27
Wash the cable connections and battery posts with a weak
solution of baking soda or ammonia. Apply dielectric or grease
to prevent future corrosion. Reconnect the cables to the
Install replacement batteries with
ratings equivalent to or higher than the
specs below.
VOLTAGE .....................12 V (only)
CCA (30 sec. at 0° F)............... 950
RESERVE CAPACITY ..... 185 min.
at 25 amps
batteries making sure they are tight. Clean every 100 hours.
CHARGING - To ease charging of the batteries, there is a
set of auxiliary battery charging posts on the rear of the
sprayer’s mainframe (fig. 7.27). Connect your charging cables to
them just as you would to the battery, positive cable to positive
terminal, and negative cable to negative terminal. Keep these
terminals clean and their caps in place when not in use.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Circuit Breakers
The Hagie STS 10 has circuit breaker and fuse systems
located in various locations. Under right hand console, ( fig.
7.28) for the cab functions, under the cab, (fig 7.31) for the light
functions and engine compartment, (fig. 7.30) for the engine
functions. (Figure 7.29A shows the decal for the cab fuses, circuit breakers and relays) . Figure 7.29B shows power ports for
add on radios.
FIG 7.28
Refer to the Hagie STS 10 Parts Manual for specific information regarding correct breaker location and size.
FIG 7.29A
FIG 7.31
FIG 7.29B
FIG 7.30
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
BELTS
Engine Drive Belt
REMOVAL - Insert a 3/8 inch square ratchet drive
(fig. 7.31) into the belt tensioner (fig. 7.32, item 1) and
lift upward to remove the belt (fig. 7.32, item 2).
INSPECTION - Visually inspect the belt daily.
Check the belt for intersecting cracks (fig. 7.33).
Transverse (across the belt width) cracks are
acceptable. Longitudinal (direction of belt length)
FIG 7.31
cracks that intersect with transverse cracks are not
acceptable. Replace the belt if it is frayed or has
pieces of material missing.
A/C Compressor Belt
2
To tighten air conditioner compressor belt, loosen
the two pivot bolts (fig. 7.34, item 1) and the two slide
bolts (fig. 7.34, item 2). Using a suitable prying tool,
adjust tension on belt to desired tautness. While
maintaining tension, re-tighten all four bolts. Inspect
belt ever 250 hours.
1
FIG 7.32
2
1
FIG 7.34
FIG 7.33
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
BOLT TORQUE
Wheel Bolts
To install wheel and tire assembly on the Torque Hub®,
lubricate studs with anti-seize grease. Align the wheel bolt holes
with the Torque Hub® studs and mount the wheel on the hub.
FIG 7.35
NOTE:
To achieve even torquing consistency, the tire
should be completely off the ground.
Start all of the lug nuts on and tighten them until they are
just snug. Following the torque sequence in (fig. 7.36), first turn
each lug nut to a torque value of 120 dry foot-pounds. Use slow,
even pressure on the torque-wrench. Quick or jerky movements
cause inaccurate values. Repeat the same sequence to 150 dry
foot-pounds and again finally 400 to 500 dry foot-pounds.
FIG 7.36
Check lug nut torque immediately after receiving
machine and every 50 hours thereafter.
If the wheel turns during lug nut torquing, lower the machine
to the ground just enough for the tire to touch and prevent
rotation or more preferably, place a suitable wedge between the
tire and the ground.
Lower the machine and resume operation. Recheck torque
after 30 minutes of operation.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
Bearing Torque on Hydraulic
Tread Adjust Equipped Units
With the engine turned off, visually inspect
the tread bearing bolts on both the bottom and
side (fig. 7.37) every 50 hours. Torque check
2
them every 100 hours.
To torque check the bearing bolts:
1. Loosen the jam nut (fig. 7.37, item 2) on each
bearing bolt.
1
2. Using a criss-cross or “X” pattern (fig. 7.38),
verify current torque on each bolt (fig. 7.37,
item 1) is equivalent to last check from 100
FIG 7.37
hours previous (repeat torque pattern a second time).
3. Then increase the torque two foot-pounds on
each bolt using the “X” pattern and retighten
each jam nut.
4. Start the sprayer and test the hydraulic tread
adjustment (see page 26). If the tread still
adjusts smoothly see next step. If the tread
does not move skip to step 6.
5. Repeat steps 1 and 3 until the tread does not
move.
6. Reduce torque setting to last value that allowed the tread to operate freely, retighten
FIG 7.38
jam nuts and resume operation.
NOTE:
NOTE:
If hydraulic tread adjustment will never be
Never operate the unit with the tread
operated on your machine, set all bearing bolt
bearing bolt torque set below 25 foot-
torque settings to 50 foot-pounds and continue
pounds. If the bolt torque has to be
inspection as above without adjustment test.
loosened to 25 foot-pounds in order for
the hydraulic tread adjust to work freely,
call Hagie Customer Support.
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
TOE-IN
Difficulty steering one way versus the other
To correctly gauge toe-in, use a tape measure
may also indicate incorrect toe-in and may require
placed at one-half tire height on the front center
adjustment. For further assistance regarding toe-in
seam of the front tire compared to the same
measurement and adjustment, contact the Hagie
measurement of the rear of the front tire (subtract
Customer Support Department.
the front measurement from the rear measurement
- it must be a positive number). Correct toe-in
NOTE:
should fall somewhere between one half and three
See page 78 for instructions on adjusting
toe-in. See also page 26 for information on
quarters of an inch.
recalibrating self-centering cylinders.
Toe-in is pre-set at the factory and should not
have to be adjusted unless the steering cylinders
are removed.
1 19½
EXAMPLE OF CORRECT TOE-IN
FOR A MACHINE WITH 120 INCH
TREAD WIDTH.
(MUST HAVE ½" TO ¾" TOE-IN.)
120
FIG 7.39
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
TOE-IN ADJUSTMENT
To adjust the toe-in of the front tires follow these instructions for both front steering cylinders carefully:
1. Loosen jam nut (fig. 7.41, item 3).
2. Move left and right tires evenly until difference in dimension “A” and “B” (fig. 7.42) are within specified
range. At least one wheel must be parallel with the
frame.
3. Screw swivel assembly in or out on steering cylinder
until the swivel joint lines up with steering plate.
4. Insert bolt through swivel joint and steering plate,
and tighten jam nut.
FIG 7.40
NOTE:
Dimension “A” should be ½" to ¾" less than
dimension
“B.”
For
more
regarding toe-in, see page 77.
FIG 7.41
A
B
FIG 7.42
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information
VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
SPRAY SYSTEM
Spray Tips
1
At the beginning of each season, or as required, remove a
random sample of spray tip caps (fig. 7.43, item 3) and inspect
2
the nozzle tips. If they are plugged or worn, clean or replace
them.
Nozzle Diaphragms
At the beginning of each spray season, remove each nozzle
body cap (fig. 7.43, item 1) and inspect the diaphragm for wear
or fit (fig. 7.43, item 2). Replace if necessary. Refer to
3
accompanying manual containing nozzle information.
Calibration
See pages 54-55 on spray system calibration.
Winter Storage
See page 83 on cold weather storage of spray system.
FIG 7.43
FOAM MARKER SYSTEM
Wet Tank
To prevent system condensation from contaminating the
engine air compressor, remove moisture from the wet tank daily
by pulling on its drain cord (fig. 7.44).
Winter Storage
See page 83 on storage of foamer system.
FIG 7.44
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VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
TIRES
Air Pressure
Check tire pressure once a week or every 50 hours of
operation (fig. 7.45). Never inflate a tire more than the
recommended maximum air pressure. Use an air line with a
locking air chuck and stand behind tire tread while filling (fig.
7.46).
NOTE:
Tire pressure will depend on load quantity and type in
solution tanks. Refer to page 19 for tire specifications.
FIG 7.45
When inflating tire use extension hose with in-line air
gauge and clip-on air chuck, which allow operator to
stand clear of tire side wall explosion trajectory.
Wheel Bolts
See
page
75
for
recommended
wheel
bolt
torque
specifications and torquing pattern.
FIG 7.46
Mounting
If you do not have proper mounting equipment, let your local
qualified tire sales/service dealer mount the tire for you. Tire
should be mounted on rim according to (fig. 7.47), for best
traction and tread cleaning action.
Toe-In
See
pages
77-78
for
measurement and adjustment.
FIG 7.47
80
information
regarding
toe-in
VII. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
DAILY INSPECTION
Inspection Point
Action (if necessary)
Check
Engine oil level ............................................................................................Add oil
Radiator coolant level..................................................................................Add antifreeze solution
Engine drive belt .........................................................................................Replace belt
Filter Minder® ..............................................................................................Replace air filter element
Hydraulic reservoir oil level .........................................................................Add hydraulic oil
Solution line strainer....................................................................................Remove and clean
Battteries .....................................................................................................Clean and/or tighten
Radiator grille screen ..................................................................................Clean
Look for loose or missing items such as shields .........................................Tighten or replace
Look for any fluid leaks pooled on machine or ground ...............................Determine cause and correct
Drain
Fuel/water separator ...................................................................................See page 70
Wet tank ......................................................................................................See page 79
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VIII. STORAGE
A. Preparing the sprayer for storage.
1. Perform daily level checks, lubrication, and bolt and linkage inspections as required
in this manual in section eight on maintenance.
2. Every other season, drain the coolant from the engine and radiator. Probe the drain
holes during draining to ensure they are not clogged by sludge, scale, or other
deposits. Fill the cooling system to the top with a 50/50 water/antifreeze mixture.
Run engine to operating temperature and re-check level.
NOTE:
If antifreeze is added, make sure the engine is then run to
operating temperature to assure proper mixing of solution.
3. Add a fuel stabilizer to the fuel and fill fuel tank.
4. Run the engine until it is at operating temperature, then drain the engine oil. Refill
with fresh oil of recommended weight and install a new lubricating oil filter element.
5. With the engine at normal operating temperature, cycle all hydraulic functions
including the steering.
6. Release tension on all belts. For more detailed information, consult the
manufacturer’s handbook that accompanies this manual.
7. Use plastic bags and water-resistant adhesive tape to seal the air intake opening,
all exhaust manifold openings, engine oil filler cap, hydraulic oil tank breather cap,
and fuel tank caps.
8. Disconnect and remove battery or batteries. Completely clean and charge the
batteries. Coat the terminals with dielectric grease and store battery in cool, above
freezing dry place.
9. Thoroughly clean the sprayer. Touch up any painted surfaces that are scratched or
chipped. For touch-up paint recommendations contact the Hagie Manufacturing
Customer Support Department.
10. Replace worn or missing decals. See pages 8-12 for proper location of warning
decals and their corresponding part number. Warning decals and all other Hagie
decals are available through the Hagie Manufacturing Customer Support
Department.
NOTE:
For replacement decals contact:
Hagie Manufacturing Company
Box 273, Clarion, IA 50525
Ph. 1-800-247-4885
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VIII. STORAGE
11. Use a multi-purpose grease to coat exposed hydraulic cylinder rods.
12. To winterize the spray system, it is recommended that you use an
environmentally-safe type antifreeze and water mixture that will give you
adequate protection to minus 30 degrees below zero. Drain any remaining
solution in the system and run the antifreeze mixture through the spray system
until it comes out all boom openings. Repeat the above process with both the
foam marker and rinse systems.
13. If the sprayer must be stored outside, cover it with a waterproof cover.
B. Removing the sprayer from storage.
1. Inspect the condition, and test the air pressure, of all tires. Please see page 80 for
information regarding proper tire maintenance.
2. Carefully unseal all openings that were sealed in the storage process.
3. Clean and reinstall the battery. Be sure to attach the battery cables to the proper
terminals.
4. Tighten all belts. Inspect and replace any worn belts. For information on belts, see
page 74.
5. Check engine oil, hydraulic oil, and engine coolant levels; add, if necessary. A
mixture of 50/50 antifreeze and water will cool adequately in summer as well as
protect in winter.
NOTE:
Protective compounds such as grease can
harden under exposure to weather conditions.
6. Completely clean the sprayer.
7. Review section 7 on maintenance (pages 58-81), and perform all needed services
as instructed.
8. For starting instructions, see pages 20-21 in section 4 on operating information.
NOTE:
See
Warranty
on
page
93
concerning improper storage.
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
A. ENGINE
Start engine from operator’s seat only. When running engine in a building,
be sure there is adequate ventilation.
PROBLEM
Engine won’t crank
Engine won’t start
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Dead battery
Recharge or replace battery
Poor battery connections
Clean and tighten
Starter or starter relay
Test; rebuild or replace
Blown fuse in engine electric
box
Check 20amp fuse
Out f fuel
Fill fuel tank
Clogged fuel filter
Replace fuel filters
Cold weather
Refer to engine manual for cold
weather starting information
Low starter speed
Check starter and battery
Blown fuse in engine electric
box
Check 20amp fuse
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Engine overheats
Engine misfires: runs uneven,
low power
Engine knocks
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Engine overloaded
Reduce load
Dirty radiator core or dirty grill
screen
Remove all foreign material and
clean all items
Faulty radiator cap
Replace cap
Loose or faulty fan belt
Tighten or replace fan belt
Faulty thermostat
Replace thermostat
Low coolant level
Refill to proper level
recommended coolant
Water in fuel
Drain, flush, replace filter, fill
system
Dirty air cleaner element
Replace element
Poor grade of fuel
Drain system; change to good
grade
Fuel tank vent clogged
Open fuel tank vent in cap
Clogged fuel filter
Replace fuel filter
Low oil level in crankcase
Add oil to full mark
Cold engine
Allow proper warm-up period;
refer to engine owner’s
handbook
NOTE:
For additional engine information, consult engine
manufacturer’s manual.
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
B. SPRAY SYSTEM
CHEMICALS ARE DANGEROUS
Read The Chemical manufacturer’s labels to
avoid injury or damage.
PROBLEM
Solution pump will not prime
Erratic reading on pressure
gauge
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Low water level in pump
Make sure the solution tank is
not empty, solution pump is selfpriming
Air leak in suction line
Inspect and tighten all fittings on
suction line
Solution tank valve closed
Open solution tank valve,
allowing air to leave the system
Orifice in back of gauge clogged
Remove gauge; clean orifice; reinstall
Faulty gauge
Replace gauge
Air leak in suction line
Inspect and tighten all fittings in
suction line
Glycerin leaking from gauge
Replace gauge
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Solution pump not producing
normal pressure
Clogged line strainer screen
Remove screen; clean
thoroughly; tighten strainer cap
to avoid air leak
Air leak in suction flow to pump
Inspect and tighten all fittings on
suction line
Restricted solution flow to pump
Main solution tank shut-off valve
not completely open
Suction hose collapsed
Obstruction at inlet end of hose,
causing high vacuum on hose
Faulty hydraulic pump
Replace hydraulic pump
Faulty hydraulic
solution pump
Malfunction of electric solution
valve
SUGGESTED REMEDY
motor
on
Replace motor
Internal restriction of diaphragm
such as build up of chemical
Disassemble;
reassemble
Faulty ground
Clean and tighten ground
Dirty contact terminals
Clean contact terminals
Separation in wire
Check continuity and replace
wire
Faulty switch
Replace switch
Short in solenoid coil
Replace valve
Bad valve
Replace valve
NOTE:
If your unit is equipped with a high-pressure system, call
the Hagie Manufacturing Customer Support Department
for possible causes and suggested remedies.
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inspect;
clean;
IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
C. HYDROSTATIC SYSTEM
DO NOT GO NEAR LEAKS. High pressure oil easily punctures skin causing
injury, gangrene, or death. If injured, seek emergency medical help. Immediate
surgery is required to remove oil. Do not use finger or skin to check for leaks.
Lower load or relieve hydraulic pressure before loosening fittings.
PROBLEM
Machine won’t move in
either direction
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Engine speed too low
Set engine at operating RPM
before trying to move machine
Oil level in reservoir low
Fill reservoir to proper level w/
approved oil; see section on
Service and Maintenance
Clogged filter
Replace filter
Hydrostatic pump not turning
Check drive coupling
Faulty hydrostatic pump
Replace pump
Air leak in suction line
Inspect and tighten all fittings on
suction line
Low charge pressure
See section under
pressure
Adjust knob for cruise
Cruise is set to low
Machine will move in only one
direction
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Faulty high pressure relief valve
Cruise set to low
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charge
Switch relief valves from side to
side; If problem reverses,
replace multi-function valve (Call
Hagie Customer Support and
refer to parts manual)
IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
Hydrostatic system responding
slowly
Noisy hydrostatic system
External oil leaks
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Engine speed too low
Set engine at operating RPM
before trying to move machine
Oil level in reservoir low
Fill reservoir to proper level with
approved oil; see section on
Service and Maintenance
Cold oil
Allow for adequate warm-up
period
Plugged filter
Check and replace filter
Partially restricted suction line
Inspect for collapsed suction
hose
Internal damage
Replace hydrostatic pump or
motor
Cold oil
Allow for adequate warm-up
period
Low engine speed
Increase engine speed
Oil level in reservoir low
Fill reservoir to proper level with
approved oil; see section on
Service and Maintenance
Air in system
Inspect and tighten all fittings on
suction line
Internal damage to pump
Replace pump
Loose or faulty fittings
Tighten or replace
Damaged O-ring
Inspect; if damaged replace
Faulty hose
Replace hose
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
D. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
DO NOT GO NEAR LEAKS. High pressure oil easily punctures skin causing
injury, gangrene, or death. If injured, seek emergency medical help. Immediate
surgery is required to remove oil. Do not use finger or skin to check for leaks.
Lower load or relieve hydraulic pressure before loosening fittings.
PROBLEM
Entire hydraulic system fails to
function
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Oil level in reservoir low
Fill reservoir to proper level with
approved oil; see section on
Service and Maintenance
Oil not reaching pump
Prime the pump by removing
four bolts holding hydraulic filter
flange to hydraulic tank, put
clean oil in until hoses are full.
Cleanliness is a standard.
Call the Hagie Customer Support for further instruction.
Replace hydraulic pump
Faulty hydraulic pump
Noisy hydraulic pump
Collapsed suction hose caused
by cold oil
Allow for adequate warm-up
period
Oil level in reservoir low
Fill reservoir to proper level with
approved oil; see section on
Service and Maintenance
Air leak in suction line
Inspect and tighten all fittings on
suction hose
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
E. ELECTRICAL
NOTE:
Batteries contain sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with
skin, eyes, or clothing. Do not inhale fumes or ingest
liquid. Batteries contain gases which can explode.
Disconnect battery when servicing
any part of electrical system to
prevent system damage.
Keep sparks and flame away while servicing.
PROBLEM
Entire
dead
electrical
system
POSSIBLE CAUSE
is
SUGGESTED REMEDY
Dead battery
Charge or replace
Poor battery connection
Clean and tighten
Low charging rate
Tighten alternator belt
No charging rate
Replace alternator
Ignition switch is off
Master switch
Clean and tighten ground
Light system does not function
Poor ground
Replace bulb
Burned-out bulb
Separation or short in wire
Check continuity and replace
wire
Blown fuse
Replace fuse
Faulty switch
Replace switch
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IX. TROUBLE SHOOTING
NOTES
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X. LIMITED WARRANTY
1.
The Warranty
a.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.
b.
Hagie makes this warranty only to the original purchaser of its new equipment.
c.
The warranty period ends 12 months from the date of delivery of equipment to the original purchaser. When requesting
warranty service, the original purchaser must present evidence of the date of delivery of the equipment.
d.
Parts or rebuilt assemblies furnished under the terms of this warranty are not warranted beyond the original warranty period.
e.
2.
3.
Exceptions to this warranty must be covered by separate warranty agreements.
Items not covered by Hagie Warranty
a.
Used equipment.
b.
Tires, tubes, engines, and batteries (under separate manufacturer’s warranty).
c.
Depreciation or damage caused by normal wear, accident, improper maintenance, improper storage, or improper use.
d.
Service calls and transporting the equipment to and from the place where the warranty work is performed.
Unapproved service or modification
NOTE:
All obligations of Hagie Manufacturing Company under
this warranty shall be terminated if:
a. . . . service is performed by someone other than
Hagie authorized personnel.
or
b. . . . the equipment is modified or altered without
Hagie approval.
4.
No commercial loss coverage
a.
Hagie shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages or injuries (damage and repairs of equipment itself,
loss of profits, rental or substitute equipment, loss of good will, etc.).
b.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
5.
Merger clause
a.
The entire warranty agreement is included in this writing.
b.
Any oral agreements that are made by the selling persons about the equipment are not warranties, and are not to be
relied upon by the purchaser.
6.
No representations or implied warranty
a.
The parties agree that the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and all other warranties expressed or implied, are excluded from this transaction and shall not apply to the equipment sold.
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INDEX
PAGE
PAGE
A
F
Air Conditioning System
Belt .................................................................................... 74
Cab Filters
Fresh Air Intake ........................................................... 70
Charcoal ...................................................................... 70
Recirculation ................................................................ 70
Charging System ............................................................... 66
Air Suspended Seat………………………………………………53
Agitation System ................................................................... 42
Antifreeze ............................................................................... 64
Fence Row
L.E.D. Indicator .................................................................. 39
Operation ........................................................................... 39
Switch ................................................................................ 39
Filter Minder® ......................................................................... 67
Filters
Cab .................................................................................... 70
Engine Air Intake Filter ....................................................... 67
Fuel Filter........................................................................... 70
Hydraulic Charge Pressure Filter ....................................... 68
Hydraulic High-Pressure In-Line Filter................................ 69
Hydraulic Suction Filters .................................................... 68
Solution Line Strainer......................................................... 69
Radiator Grille Screen ........................................................ 68
Fluid Capacities ..................................................................... 66
Fluids
Air Conditioning Charge ..................................................... 66
Cooling System Coolant..................................................... 64
Engine Oil .......................................................................... 62
Fuel ................................................................................... 65
Hydraulic Oil ...................................................................... 62
Torque Hub® Oil ................................................................. 63
Windshield Washer ............................................................ 66
Foam Marking System
Adjusting System Pressure ................................................ 43
Operation ........................................................................... 43
System Pressure Gauge .................................................... 43
Wet Tank ........................................................................... 79
Fuel Filter ............................................................................... 70
B
Batteries
Charging Auxiliary Posts .................................................... 72
Service Access .................................................................. 72
Belts
Engine
Removal ...................................................................... 74
Inspection .................................................................... 74
A/C Compressor ................................................................ 74
Boom
Configuring 80’ to 90’ ......................................................... 34
Cradling ............................................................................. 33
Operation ......................................................................28-34
C
Cab ......................................................................................... 50
Emergency Exit .................................................................. 51
Filters
Charcoal Filter ............................................................. 70
Fresh Air Intake Filter ................................................... 70
Recirculation Filter ....................................................... 70
Calibration
Monitor54
Testing ..........................................................................54-55
Circuit Breakers ..................................................................... 73
Cooling System
Coolant .............................................................................. 64
Radiator Grille Screen ........................................................ 68
H
High Pressure In-Line Filter .................................................. 69
Hydraulic Tread Adjust
Bearing Adjustment............................................................ 76
Operation ........................................................................... 26
Tread Width Indicators ....................................................... 26
Hydrostatic Drive System ..................................................... 23
L
L.E.D. Indicators
Boom Solution Valve.......................................................... 37
Fence Row Nozzle ............................................................. 39
Lights
Field Lights ........................................................................ 47
Hazard/Warning Lights ...................................................... 49
Highway Lights .................................................................. 47
Running Lights ................................................................... 49
Turn Signal ........................................................................ 49
Work Lights........................................................................ 48
E
Electrical System
Batteries
Charging Auxiliary Posts .............................................. 72
Service Access ............................................................ 72
Circuit Breakers ................................................................. 73
Engine
Fuel ................................................................................... 65
Filter ............................................................................ 70
Oil ...................................................................................... 62
Operation ......................................................................21-22
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INDEX
PAGE
Lubrication ............................................................................. 71
Limited Warranty ................................................................... 93
Lug Nuts ................................................................................. 75
PAGE
Spray System
Boom Solution Valves ........................................................37
L.E.D. Indicators
Boom Solution Valves ..................................................37
Fence Row Nozzle .......................................................39
Maintenance
Nozzle Inspection
Diaphragm..............................................................79
Spray Tip ................................................................79
Operating Instruction ..........................................................35
Solution Pump
Pressure ......................................................................36
Switch ..........................................................................36
Solution Switches
Boom Solution Switches ..............................................37
Main Solution Switch ....................................................38
M
Maintenance Schedule .....................................................58-61
Message Center ..................................................................... 52
O
Operating Information ......................................................20-53
P
Parking Brake ........................................................................ 24
Pressure Gauges
Foamer System Air Pressure ............................................. 43
Solution Spray System Pressure ........................................ 36
Q
Quick Fill, Solution ................................................................ 40
R
T
Radiator Grille Screen ........................................................... 68
Rinse System ......................................................................... 45
Table of Contents ....................................................................3
Tires
Air Pressure .......................................................................80
Filling .................................................................................80
Mounting ............................................................................80
Specifications .....................................................................19
Toe-In
Adjusting ............................................................................78
Checking ............................................................................77
Torque Values
Tread Adjust Bearing .........................................................76
Wheel Lug Nuts .................................................................75
Transporting Sprayer ...................................................... 56-57
Tread Width
Adjusting ............................................................................26
Hydraulic ......................................................................26
Manual .........................................................................27
Indicators ...........................................................................26
Trouble Shooting Guide .................................................. 84-92
S
Safety
Chemical Handling Safety ....................................................7
Driving Safety ......................................................................4
General Safety .....................................................................7
Operating Safety ..................................................................5
General Operating Safety ..............................................5
Spray Boom Safety ........................................................5
Tread Width Safety ........................................................6
Repair/Maintenance Safety ..................................................6
Fuel Safety ....................................................................6
General Repair Safety ...................................................6
Hydraulic Safety.............................................................6
Serial Number Location
Engine ............................................................................... 13
Hydrostatic Pumps ............................................................. 14
Sprayer .............................................................................. 13
Torque Hubs®
Front ............................................................................ 14
Rear............................................................................. 14
Wheel motors
Front ............................................................................ 14
Rear............................................................................. 14
Service/Maintenance ........................................................58-81
Solution Line Strainer............................................................ 69
Solution Pump ....................................................................... 36
Specifications ...................................................................15-19
Spray Booms
Configuring 80’ to 90’ ......................................................... 34
Cradling ............................................................................. 33
Operation ......................................................................28-34
W
Warning Decal Location .................................................... 8-12
Warning Symbol Definitions ...................................................2
Warranty .................................................................................93
Wet Tank.................................................................................79
Wheel Lug Nuts......................................................................75
Windshield Washer/Wiper
Reservoir ...........................................................................66
Switch ................................................................................52
Winter Storage Directions ............................................... 82-83
© 2006 Hagie Manufacturing Company. Clarion, Iowa USA
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