SpeedScrub
2401 & 2601
Automatic Scrubber
Model No.s: 603201 & 603202
Operator Manual
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603409
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This manual is furnished with each new
SpeedScrub Model. It provides necessary
operation and maintenance instructions.
Read this manual completely and understand
the machine before operating or servicing.
This machine will provide excellent service.
However, the best results will be obtained at
minimum costs if:
The machine is operated with reasonable care.
The machine is maintained regularly - per the
machine maintenance instructions provided.
MACHINE DATA
Please fill out at time of installation for future reference.
Model No.Install. Date Serial No.Copyright 1997 TENNANT, Printed in U.S.A
The machine is maintained with TENNANT
supplied or equivalent parts.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
DRAINING TANKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
STANDARD MACHINE COMPONENTS . . . . . . . 4
DRAINING RECOVERY TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
DRAINING SOLUTION TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
CONTROL PANEL SYMBOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
BATTERY CHARGING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
MACHINE INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
UNCRATING MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
INSTALLING BATTERIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
DAILY MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
QUARTERLY MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BATTERY MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MACHINE SETUP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
ATTACHING SQUEEGEE ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . 6
INSTALLING BRUSH OR PAD DRIVERS . . . . . . 6
FILLING SOLUTION TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
MACHINE OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
PRE–OPERATION CHECKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
WHILE OPERATING MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
STOPPING MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
EMERGENCY STOPPING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
CIRCUIT BREAKERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
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TRANSPORTING MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
STORING MACHINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
TROUBLE SHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY FOR MACHINERY (Directive 89//392/EEC,Annex II, sub A)
TENNANT N.V.
models: SPEEDSCRUB 2401/2601 nr.: 603201 & 603202
Address: Industrielaan 6 5405 AB
– is in conformity with the provisions of the Machinery Directive ( Directive 89/392/EEC),
P.O. Box 6 5400 AA Uden–The Netherlands
as amended, and with national implementing legislation;
Uden/Netherlands, 03–12–97
– is in conformity with the provisions of the following other EEC directives:
– the following ( parts/clauses of) harmonized standards have been applied:
EN 292–1, EN 292–2, EN 294, EN 349, EN 563, EN 60204–1, EN 60335–1 ...
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
This machine is intended for commercial use. It is
designed to scrub hard floors in an indoor
environment and is not constructed for any other
use. Use only recommended pads, brushes and
cleaning solutions.
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3. BEFORE LEAVING OR SERVICING
MACHINE:
– Make sure machine is turned off and
key is removed.
– Stop on level Surface.
– Set parking brake.
– Disconnect batteries.
All operators must read, understand and practice
the following safety precautions:
WARNING: Hazardous Voltage. Shock or
electrocution can result. Always disconnect
batteries before servicing machine.
The following safety alert symbol is used
throughout this manual as indicated in their
descriptions.
WARNING: Batteries emit hydrogen
gases, explosion or fire can result. Keep
sparks and open flame away.
WARNING: To warn of hazards or unsafe
practices which could result in severe
personal injury or death.
WARNING: Charge in a well ventilated
area and keep hood propped open when
charging batteries, explosion or fire can
result.
CAUTION: To identify actions which
must be followed for safety operation of
equipment.
The following information signals potentially
dangerous conditions to the operator or
equipment:
FOR SAFETY:
1. DO NOT OPERATE, MAINTAIN OR
SERVICE MACHINE:
– Unless trained and authorized.
– Unless operator manual is read and
understood.
– If it is not in proper operating
condition.
WARNING: Battery acid can cause burns.
Wear protective gloves and shield eyes when
servicing batteries.
CAUTION: Do not store outdoors and
avoid getting wet.
CAUTION: The use of supplies other than
those recommended by manufacturer may
cause damage.
2. WHEN OPERATING MACHINE:
– Remove loose objects on floor. Loose
objects may become dangerous
projectiles if struck by revolving
pads/brushes.
– Keep hands and feet away from
revolving pads/brushes.
– Keep machine moving to prevent
damage to finish or floor.
– Do not run machine where flammable
liquids or gases are present.
– Do not run on ramps or inclines
unless adequate personnel are present
for assistance.
– Always use extreme caution when
maneuvering.
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STANDARD MACHINE COMPONENTS
1
24
9
24
8
15
1
2
23
10
11
14
15
2
4
21
5
6
26
7
25
12
3
13
28
27
29
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18
20
16
33
35
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34
36
35
22
31
30
32
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Control Console
Control Twist Grips
Key Switch
Main ON/OFF Switch
Vacuum ON/OFF Switch
Brush/Solution ON/OFF Switch
Brush Pressure
(Raise/Lower) Switch
Battery Meter
Brush Pressure Meter
Reverse Switch
Speed Control Knob
Power Kill Button
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
Main, Vac/Drive Circuit Breakers
Squeegee Lift Lever
Solution Flow Lever
Solution Flow Adjustment Knob
Scrub Head Actuator
Adjustable Control
Console Levers
Recovery Tank Drain Hose
Solution Tank Drain Hose
Rear Fill Port
Squeegee Assembly
Recovery Tank
Recovery Tank Lid
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Solution Tank
Solution Tank Fill Door
Safety Lights
Battery Compartment
Charger Plug
Drive Wheels
Rear Casters
Brush Skirt
Skirt Housing
Skirt Housing Latch
Wall Rollers
Parking Brake
CONTROL PANEL SYMBOLS
Fast Speed
Main Power
Right Side
Brush Motor
Circuit Breaker
Read Manual
Before Operating
Slow Speed
Vacuum
Left Side
Brush Motor
Circuit Breaker
Solution Flow
Less Brush
Pressure
Squeegee Up
Vacuum
Motor Circuit
Breaker
Battery Charge
Meter
More Brush
Pressure
Squeegee Down
Main Power
Circuit Breaker
Reverse
Brush
4
Brush Pressure
Meter
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2. Turn all switches to the OFF position and
remove key.
MACHINE INSTALLATION
3. Carefully hinge open recovery tank to access
battery compartment. Remove loose battery
cables from compartment. (Figure 2)
UNCRATING MACHINE
Carefully check carton for signs of damage.
Report any damage at once to carrier. Check
carton contents to ensure all accessories are
included. Squeegee is packaged with machine.
Batteries, battery charger and pad driver(s) are
packaged separately.
ATTENTION: Battery installation must be
accomplished after removing machine from
shipping crate.
To uncrate your machine, remove shipping straps
and carefully lift or make a ramp using crate
boards to remove machine from pallet.
CAUTION: Do not roll machine off pallet,
damage may occur.
FIG. 2
4. Carefully install batteries into battery tray at
bottom of compartment and arrange battery
posts as shown. (Figure 3)
INSTALLING BATTERIES
(+)
(–)
WARNING: Batteries emit hydrogen
gases, explosion or fire can result. Keep
sparks and open flame away.
WARNING: Battery acid can cause burns.
Wear protective gloves and shield eyes when
handling batteries.
(–)
Battery Specifications:
Two 12 volt, deep cycle batteries. Consult with an
Authorized Distributor for specific batteries.
Maximum battery dimensions are 7”(17.8cm) W x
15”(38cm) L x 14”(35.5cm) H.
FIG. 3
FOR SAFETY: Before battery installation,
stop on level surface, set parking brake.
1. Set parking brake. Brake lever is located
behind right side drive wheel. (Figure 1)
(+)
CAUTION: Do not drop batteries into
compartment, battery and machine housing
damage may result. This damage in not
covered by warranty.
5. Connect battery cables to battery posts as
shown (RED TO POSITIVE & BLACK TO
NEGATIVE). (Figure 3)
6. Turn key and main switch on and check
battery meter charge level. Charge if
necessary. (See BATTERY CHARGING)
FIG. 1
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INSTALLING BRUSH OR PAD DRIVERS
MACHINE SETUP
1. Turn key and main switch on.
ATTACHING SQUEEGEE ASSEMBLY
1. Raise squeegee mount bracket by pulling
back on squeegee lift lever. (Figure 4)
2. Completely raise scrub head by pressing top
half (–) of brush pressure switch. (Figure 7)
WARNING: To prevent accidental
starting, remove key before installing brush or
pad drivers.
FIG. 4
FIG. 7
2. Loosen two thumb knobs on squeegee
assembly and slide squeegee into slots on
squeegee mount bracket. Squeegee roller
wheels should face outward. (Figure 5)
3. Unfasten black latch at front of machine and
hinge open skirt housing to access motor hub.
(Figure 8)
FIG. 8
FIG. 5
4. Select recommended pads or brushes that
best meets your cleaning needs.
3. Tighten thumb knobs securely.
4. Connect vacuum hose from machine to
squeegee assembly. (Figure 6)
IMPORTANT: Consult an authorized distributor to
assist you in choosing the correct pad or brush for
your specific cleaning need.
5. (For Pad Installation) Attach pads to pad
drivers before connecting drivers to motor
hubs. Secure pads with plastic centerlock
ring. (Figure 9)
FIG. 6
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FIG. 9
FIG. 11
6. Align pad driver mounting studs with slots in
motor hub. Give the driver a quick turn toward
the motor hub spring clip. Be certain that
spring clip locks into one of the studs before
operating machine. (Figure 10)
NOTE: If filling with a bucket be certain that
bucket is clean. This will prevent possible solution
line clogs.
4. Add cleaning chemical. See proper dilution
ratio instructions on bottle.
CAUTION: Use only recommended
cleaning chemicals, DO NOT use substitutes.
Consult an authorized distributor to assist
you with the recommended cleaning
chemicals.
WARNING: Use only nonflammable
commercial cleaning chemicals.
MACHINE OPERATION
FIG. 10
NOTE: Always make sure pad drivers and motor
hub surfaces are always clean before installing
drivers. Clean surfaces will ease pad driver
removal later.
Read and understand SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
on page 3 before operating machine.
7. Close skirt housing and refasten latch.
PRE–OPERATION CHECKS
Sweep and dust mop floor to remove particles
and other debris.
FILLING SOLUTION TANK
1. Transport machine to filling station. Raise
squeegee and brush when transporting.
2. Turn off key.
3. Open solution fill door at front of machine and
fill solution tank with 17 gallons (64L) of clean
water (140°F/ 60°C maximum temperature).
Or use the rear fill port to fill solution tank.
Twist off plug and insert hose to fill. The clear
tube below the fill port has 5 gallon (19L)
increment markers to indicate amount of
water in tank. (Figure 11)
Check battery meter charge level to ensure
batteries are fully charged. (See BATTERY
CHARGING)
Check condition of pads or brushes.
Check condition of squeegee blades.
1. Release parking brake lever if set.
2. Adjust control grips to a comfortable operating
height, squeeze together the two levers below
the console. (Figure 12)
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NOTE: The brushes and solution flow will not
start until control grips are rotated.
7. Push solution flow lever forward to activate
solution flow. Push completely forward for
maximum flow. (Figure 15)
FIG. 12
3. Disengage squeegee lift lever from the up
position and lower squeegee. (Figure 13)
FIG. 15
8. Before starting, turn speed control knob to
slowest speed. (Figure 16)
9. Begin scrubbing by rotating control grips
forward. Gradually increase your speed by
turning speed control knob forward.
(Figure 16)
FIG. 13
4. Turn on key and main switch.
5. Lower scrub head to floor by pressing bottom
half (–) of brush pressure switch. (Figure 14)
FIG. 16
CAUTION: For first time users, start out
slow until you can maneuver machine with
ease.
FIG. 14
6. Turn on the vacuum and brush/solution
switches.
10. Once machine begins to move, check the
needle position of the brush pressure meter.
Only operate machine with needle in
designated cleaning range per application
(SCRUB or STRIP). Never operate machine
in red zone. Depress brush pressure switch to
properly adjust brush pressure. (Figure 17)
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WHILE OPERATING MACHINE
WARNING: Keep hands and feet clear of
revolving pad or brush.
1. Observe amount of solution flow on floor.
Adjust solution control lever to desired flow.
To increase or decrease the maximum
solution flow, turn solution flow adjustment
knob clockwise to increase or
counterclockwise to decrease. Adjustment
knob is located at rear of machine.
(Figure 19)
CLEANING
RANGE
SCRUB
RED ZONE
STRIP
PAD PRESSURE METER
FIG. 17
CAUTION: To prevent possible floor
damage and brush circuit breakers from
tripping, do not operate machine with brush
pressure needle in the red zone.
11. To operate machine in reverse, simply pull
reverse switch backwards (one speed).
(Figure 18)
FIG. 19
2. Periodically check for foam buildup in
recovery tank (look through clear lid). If
excessive foam buildup begins to develop,
pour a recommended foam control solution
into recovery tank.
CAUTION: Do not allow foam or water to
enter vacuum ball float screen, vacuum motor
damage will result. Foam will not activate ball
float. Vacuum motor damage due to foam or
water is not covered by warranty.
3. Always operate at a slower speed when
scrubbing around walls or obstacles.
4. Always reduce speed to maintain control
when turning machine.
FIG. 18
12. To stop machine, release control grips.
5. If squeegee leaves streaks, raise and wipe
blades with a cloth. Pre-sweep area to
prevent streaking.
6. Overlap each pass by 2” (5cm).
7. Change or turn over pads when dirty.
8. Stay clear of floor obstructions, such as
electrical plates or grates, they will destroy
pads.
9. During brief stops, you do not have to turn off
any switches, the brushes and solution flow
will automatically stop when control grips are
released.
10. Periodically check battery meter discharge
level. When needle drops to the red zone,
recharge batteries.
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CAUTION: Do not continue to run
machine when battery meter needle is in the
red zone, battery damage will result.
11. While cleaning, view clear tube gallon marker
for remaining cleaning solution. Each mark on
hose indicates five gallons / 19 liters.
12. When solution tank runs dry, drain recovery
tank. (See DRAINING TANKS).
STOPPING MACHINE
1. Turn off brush/solution switch, raise brushes
and continue to vacuum until all dirty water is
consumed.
FIG. 21
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
2. Release control grips.
3. Raise squeegee and scrub head.
4. Turn off switches and remove key.
5. Set parking brake, pull lever backwards to
set. (Figure 20)
The SpeedScrub models are equipped with (4)
circuit breakers to protect machine from damage.
If circuit breakers should trip, the breakers will not
reset immediately upon tripping. Determine
reason why breaker tripped, allow motor to cool
and reset.
Brush motor circuit breakers will trip due to
excessive overload on pad. Reduce pad pressure
or replace pad if breaker should trip. Brush motor
circuit breakers (15amp) are located near charger
plug.
The main (10amp) and drive/vacuum (35amp)
circuit breakers are located at rear of machine.
(Figure 22)
FIG. 20
ATTENTION: Before leaving machine,
stop on level surface, set parking brake, turn
off machine and remove key if left unattended.
EMERGENCY STOPPING
To stop machine in case of an emergency, hit the
red power kill button located at rear of control
console. The power kill button immediately stops
all power to machine. (Figure 21)
To reset power kill button, shut off all switches and
turn kill button to the right. Resume to normal
operation.
FIG. 22
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DRAINING TANKS
ATTENTION: Raise squeegee and brush
when transporting machine to floor drain.
Turn off main switch and key when draining.
DRAINING RECOVERY TANK
Always empty recovery tank when refilling
solution tank. You may refill solution tank while
emptying recovery tank. To drain recovery tank,
perform the following steps:
CAUTION: If recovery tank is not
emptied between fill–ups, foam or water will
enter ball float screen and damage vacuum
motor. Vacuum motor damage due to foam or
water is not covered by warranty.
1. Remove drain hose from holder, position hose
over floor drain and twist off drain hose plug.
To completely drain recovery tank, hinge open
tank sideways and flip up tank support stand
to rest tank on. (Figure 23)
NOTE: If using a bucket to drain machine, do not
use same bucket for filling solution tank. This will
prevent possible solution line clogs.
FIG. 24
2. Rinse out solution tank and solution flow
system with clean water after each use. This
will prevent clogging due to chemical buildup.
3. Reconnect clear hose to hose barb. Be
certain hose is completely pushed onto hose
barb.
BATTERY CHARGING
CAUTION: The following charging
instructions are intended for the 24V charger
that is supplied with the machine. Otherwise
use a charger with the following
specifications to prevent battery damage.
CHARGER SPECIFICATIONS:
OUTPUT VOLTAGE - 24 VOLTS
OUTPUT CURRENT - 25 AMPS MAXIMUM
AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF CIRCUIT
FOR DEEP CYCLE BATTERY CHARGING
NOTE: For optimum machine operation, keep
batteries charged at all times. Never let batteries
set in a discharge condition.
FIG. 23
2. Rinse out recovery tank after each use. This
will prevent a foul odor and residue buildup.
Unscrew clear lid on recovery tank and rinse
out recovery tank. Be careful not to spray
water into ball float screen.
3. Replace drain hose plug tightly when tank is
empty.
CAUTION: Do not continue to run
machine when battery meter needle is in the
red zone, battery damage will result.
DANGER EXPLOSIVE GASES: Always
charge batteries in a well ventilated area.
Batteries emit hydrogen gas. Explosion or fire
can result. Keep sparks and open flame away.
DRAINING SOLUTION TANK
FOR SAFETY: Shield eyes when
servicing batteries and avoid contact with
battery acid.
To drain unused cleaning solution from solution
tank, follow steps below:
1. Transport machine to a well ventilated area
for charging.
1. Pull clear hose off hose barb at rear of
machine and drain solution into floor drain or
bucket. (Figure 24)
2. Turn off all switches and key.
3. Hinge open recovery tank to access batteries.
(Figure 25)
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6. Plug charger DC output connector to battery
connector located near battery compartment.
Flip up tank support stand and rest tank on
stand. (Figure 28)
FIG. 25
4. Check electrolyte level (A) in each battery
cell. Do not charge batteries unless electrolyte
is slightly covering battery plates (B). If
needed, add just enough distilled water to
slightly cover plates. DO NOT overfill.
Batteries can overflow during charging due to
expansion. Replace cell caps before charging.
(Figure 26)
B
FIG. 28
NOTE: Once charger is connected to machine,
machine becomes inoperable.
7. Charger will automatically begin charging and
automatically shut off when fully charged.
8. After charger has turned off, unplug charger
from machine then disconnect charger from
wall outlet.
9. Recheck battery electrolyte level after
charging. If needed, add distilled water to
bring level to bottom of sight tubes. Be certain
to replace cell caps securely and to wipe off
the top of batteries with a clean cloth.
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MAINTENANCE
FIG. 26
5. With the charger DC outlet connector
disconnected from batteries, plug charger
power supply cord into a grounded wall outlet.
(Figure 27)
Grounded
Outlet
WARNING: Before attempting any
maintenance procedures on machine, stop on
level surface, turn off key, set parking brake
and disconnect battery charger if charging
batteries.
WARNING: Before attempting any type of
machine repair, disconnect batteries. Repairs
must be performed by authorized personnel.
To keep machine in good working condition,
simply follow the daily, weekly and monthly
maintenance procedures.
Grounding
Edge/hole
DAILY MAINTENANCE
(Every 4 Hours of Operation)
FIG. 27
WARNING: To avoid an electrical hazard,
charger MUST be grounded while in use to
protect user from electric shock and serious
injury.
1. Remove and clean pads or brushes. Never
use soiled pads when cleaning. Replace pads
when they become worn or loaded with
residue.
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2. Remove and clean lint from ball float screen
located in recovery tank. (Figure 29)
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QUARTERLY MAINTENANCE
(Every 250 Hours of Operation)
Check drive, vacuum and brush motors for carbon
brush wear, replace brushes if worn to a length of
3/8” (1cm) or less.
BATTERY MAINTENANCE
DANGER EXPLOSIVE GASES: Batteries
emit hydrogen gas. Explosion or fire can
result. Keep sparks and open flame away.
FIG. 29
3. Drain and rinse tanks thoroughly. After
draining tanks, hinge recovery tank until you
can see vacuum intake hole at rear of tank.
Remove any clogging debris in hole if
necessary.
4. Raise squeegee and wipe it off with a dry
cloth. Store squeegee in the up position to
prevent squeegee damage.
5. Clean machine housing with a nonabrasive,
non–solvent cleaner.
FOR SAFETY: Shield eyes when
servicing batteries, avoid contact with battery
acid and keep all metal objects off the top of
batteries.
1. Always follow proper charging instructions.
(See BATTERY CHARGING)
2. Each week after charging, check electrolyte
level (A) in each battery cell of all batteries.
The level should reach bottom of sight tubes
(B). If needed, add just enough distilled water
to reach bottom of sight tubes. DO NOT
overfill. (Figure 30)
6. Recharge batteries if needed.
B
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
(Every 20 Hours of Operation)
A
1. Flush out tanks and solution lines. Pour 24
oz. (750 ml.) of an acetic acid solution with 3
gallons (11.3 ltr.) of hot water into solution
tank. Over a floor drain, activate solution flow
briefly to fill solution line. Shut off power and
let machine set over night. Rinse with clean
water afterwards.
2. Check electrolyte level in battery cells. (See
BATTERY MAINTENANCE).
3. Clean battery tops to prevent corrosion.
(See BATTERY MAINTENANCE).
4. Check for loose or corroded battery cables.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
(Every 80 Hours of Operation)
1. Lubricate caster grease fittings with a water
resistant grease.
2. Lubricate all linkage pivot points with silicone
spray then coat with a water resistant grease
to maintain a smooth operation.
3. Check machine for water leaks and loose nuts
and bolts.
FIG. 30
3. Keep battery tops and terminals clean and
dry.
To clean batteries:
a. Mix a strong solution of baking soda and
water.
b. Brush solution sparingly over battery tops,
terminal and cable connectors.
NOTE: Do not allow baking soda solution to enter
battery cells.
c. Use wire brush to clean terminal post and
cable connections.
d. After cleaning, apply a coating of clear
battery post protectant to terminals and
cable connections.
4. Check for loose or worn cables. Replace if
worn.
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TRANSPORTING MACHINE
STORING MACHINE
When transporting machine by use of trailer or
truck, be certain to follow tie–down procedures
below:
1. Before storing machine, be certain to flush
tanks and drain machine of all water.
WARNING: Do not operate on ramps or
inclines unless adequate personnel are
present for assistance.
1. Remove squeegee from machine and raise
scrub head. Leave pad or brush installed.
2. Load machine using a recommended loading
ramp.
3. Position front of machine up against front of
trailer of truck. Once machine is positioned,
lower brush head.
2. Store machine in a dry area with squeegee
removed and scrub head in the raised
position.
3. Remove recovery lid to promote air
circulation.
ATTENTION: If storing machine if
freezing temperatures, be certain to drain
machine of all water. Damage due to freezing
temperatures is not covered by warranty.
4. Set parking brake and place a block behind
the drive wheel and the rear casters.
5. Place tie–down straps over top of machine
and secure straps to floor. It may be
necessary to install tie–down brackets to the
floor of your trailer or truck.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
No power, nothing
runs
runs.
Faulty main or key switch.
Contact Service Center.
Batteries need charging.
See CHARGING BATTERIES.
Faulty battery(s).
Replace battery(s).
Loose battery cable.
Tighten loose cable.
MAIN circuit breaker has tripped.
Determine cause and reset circuit
breaker button.
Power kill button is activated.
Turn button to release.
Brush/Solution switch is not on.
Turn on brush/solution switch.
Control grips are not rotated.
Rotate control grips.
Brush circuit breaker(s) has tripped.
Clean or replace pad and reset brush
circuit breaker button.
Faulty brush motor or wiring.
Contact Service Center.
Worn carbon brushes.
Contact Service Center.
Faulty brush switch or solenoid.
Contact Service Center.
Faulty vacuum switch.
Contact Service Center.
Vacuum circuit breaker has tripped.
Remove obstruction and reset breaker.
Faulty vacuum motor or wiring.
Contact Service Center.
Worn carbon brushes.
Contact Service Center.
Drive motor circuit breaker has
tripped.
Determine cause and reset breaker.
Faulty speed control circuit board or
connection.
Contact Service Center.
Faulty solenoid.
Contact Service Center.
Faulty drive motor.
Contact Service Center.
Faulty wiring.
Contact Service Center.
Worn carbon brushes.
Contact Service Center.
Faulty potentiometer or speed control
board.
Contact Service Center.
Loose wire connection
Contact Service Center.
Solution flow lever in not activated.
Push solution flow lever forward.
Solution line or solution tank filter is
clogged.
Remove hose and blow compressed
air through it. Flush solution tank after
each use.
Solution valve or solenoid is clogged.
Remove valve or solenoid and clean.
Do not scratch inside of valve.
Faulty solution switch or solenoid.
Contact Service Center.
Solution flow adjustment knob needs
adjusting.
Turn solution flow adjustment knob
clockwise to increase flow.
Batteries not fully charged.
Charge batteries.
Bad cell in one or more batteries.
Replace battery.
Batteries need maintenance.
See BATTERY MAINTENANCE.
Faulty charger.
Replace battery charger.
Brush motors do not
run
run.
Vacuum motor does
not run.
run
Drive motor does not
run.
Drive motor runs, but
not correctly.
y
Little or no solution
flow
flow.
Short run time.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING –continued
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Poor water pick up.
Recovery tank is full.
Empty recovery tank.
Ball float screen inside recovery tank
is clogged.
Remove screen and clean.
Clogged squeegee.
Clean squeegee.
Worn squeegee blades.
Replace squeegee blades.
Loose squeegee thumbscrews.
Tighten thumbscrews.
Vacuum hose connections are loose
or hose has a hole.
Push hose cuffs firmly on connections.
Replace hose if damaged.
Clogged vacuum hose.
Remove clogged debris.
Recovery tank inlet hole is obstructed.
Empty recovery tank and tilt tank sideways to access inlet hole, remove obstruction.
Defective tank gasket.
Replace gasket.
Loose drain hose plug.
Tighten drain plug.
Loose recovery tank lid.
Tighten lid.
Loose vacuum motor.
Contact Service Center.
Battery charge level is low.
Charge batteries. Do not run machine
when battery meter is in the red zone.
SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL NO.
603201
LENGTH
50”/127cm
50”/127cm
WIDTH
26”/66cm
28”/71cm
HEIGHT
39”/99cm
39”/99cm
WEIGHT
375lbs./170kg –w/ batteries
600lbs./272kg
375lbs./170kg –w/ batteries
600lbs./272kg
SOL./REC TANK CAPACITY
17 Gal./64L
17 Gal./64L
SPEED CONTROL
Variable Fwd. / Fixed Rev.
Variable Fwd. / Fixed Rev.
(2401)
ft./2229.6m2
603202
per hour
(2601)
26,000 sq. ft./2415.4m2 per hour
CLEANING SPEED (MAX)
24,000 sq.
CLEANING PATH WIDTH
23.125/58.73cm
25.125/63.80cm
PAD DIAMETER
2 – 12”/30.48cm
2 – 13”/33.02cm
PAD PRESSURE
Variable 80–150lbs.
Variable 80–150lbs.
SQUEEGEE WIDTH
31”/78.74cm
34”/86.36cm
DRIVE SYSTEM
Transaxle, .2 h.p., 24V
Transaxle, .2 h.p., 24V
BRUSH MOTOR
2 – .75 h.p., 220 rpm, 24V, 20A,
550W
2 – .75 h.p., 220 rpm, 24V, 20A,
550W
VACUUM MOTOR
.75 h.p., 3–stage 5.7”, 24V, 21A,
550W
.75 h.p., 3–stage 5.7”, 24V, 21A,
550W
WATER LIFT
68”/172cm
68”/172cm
BATTERIES
2–12V, 215AH
2–12V, 215AH
RUN TIME PER CHARGE
Up to 4 3/4 hours
Up to 4 3/4 hours
DECIBEL RATING AT OPERATOR’S
EAR, INDOORS ON TILE.
75dB(A)
75dB(A)
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