USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
FS700 H
FS800 H
ED. 11-2012
ORIGINAL
INSTRUCTIONS
Doc. 10032019
AC Version
EN
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Symbols used in the manual
Open book symbol with an "i"
Indicates the need to consult the instruction manual
Open book symbol
Used to tell the operator to read the manual before using the machine
Warning symbol
Carefully read the sections marked with this symbol and observe
the indications, for the safety of the operator and the machine
Warning symbol
Indicates danger of gas exhalation and leakage of corrosive liquids
Warning symbol
Indicates the danger of fire.
Do not go near with free flames
Warning symbol
Indicates that the packed product should be handled with
suitable lifting means that comply with the legal requirements
Disposal symbol
Carefully read the sections marked with this symbol, for machine
disposal
CONTENTS
ON CONSIGNMENT OF THE MACHINE ................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTORY COMMENT ..............................................................................................................................................5
IDENTIFICATION DATA .....................................................................................................................................................5
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................................................5
INTENDED USE ................................................................................................................................................................5
SERIAL NUMBER PLATE...................................................................................................................................................5
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION................................................................................................................................................5
SYMBOLS USED ON THE MACHINE....................................................................................................................................6
GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS.....................................................................................................................................8
MACHINE PREPARATION..................................................................................................................................................9
1. HANDLING OF THE PACKED MACHINE .......................................................................................................................................... 9
2. HOW TO UNPACK THE MACHINE.................................................................................................................................................. 9
3. HOW TO MOVE THE MACHINE ................................................................................................................................................... 10
4. INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENTS .......................................................................................................................................... 10
5. STEERING COLUMN COMPONENTS ........................................................................................................................................... 10
6. FOOTBOARD FRONT-RIGHT COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................ 10
7. FOOTBOARD FRONT-LEFT COMPONENTS .................................................................................................................................. 11
8. FOOTBOARD REAR COMPONENTS ............................................................................................................................................ 11
9. SIDE COMPONENTS OF THE MACHINE ....................................................................................................................................... 11
10. REAR COMPONENTS OF THE MACHINE .................................................................................................................................... 11
11. FRONT MACHINE COMPONENTS.............................................................................................................................................. 11
12. TYPE OF STARTER BATTERY .................................................................................................................................................. 12
13. MAINTENANCE AND DISPOSAL OF THE STARTER BATTERY........................................................................................................ 12
14. WORKING FORWARD SPEED................................................................................................................................................... 12
15. REVERSE FUNCTION.............................................................................................................................................................. 12
16. CHECKING THE ENDOTHERMIC ENGINE ................................................................................................................................... 12
17. CHECKING THE LEVEL IN THE HYDRAULIC OIL TANK ................................................................................................................. 12
18. SIDE BRUSH ASSEMBLY ......................................................................................................................................................... 13
19. SERVICE BRAKE AND PARKING BRAKE .................................................................................................................................... 13
20. BLINKING LIGHT (OPTIONAL) ................................................................................................................................................... 14
21. FILLING THE FUEL TANK ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
WORK...........................................................................................................................................................................15
22. PREPARING TO WORK............................................................................................................................................................ 15
23. EMPTYING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (MANUAL MOVEMENT) ............................................................................................................ 16
24. EMPTYING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (AUTOMATIC MOVEMENT) ....................................................................................................... 17
AT THE END OF THE WORK ............................................................................................................................................19
25. AT THE END OF THE WORK (VERSIONS WITH MANUAL EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS HOPPER) ............................................................... 19
26. AT THE END OF THE WORK (VERSIONS WITH AUTOMATIC EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS HOPPER) .................................................... 20
DAILY MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................................................22
27. CLEANING THE CENTRAL BRUSH............................................................................................................................................. 22
28. CLEANING THE SIDE BRUSH ................................................................................................................................................... 23
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE.................................................................................................................................................24
29. CLEANING THE PANEL FILTER (FP VERSIONS) .......................................................................................................................... 24
30. CLEANING THE FABRIC FILTER (FS VERSIONS) ......................................................................................................................... 25
31. CLEANING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (VERSIONS WITH MANUAL EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS HOPPER) ................................................. 26
32. CLEANING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (VERSIONS WITH AUTOMATIC EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS HOPPER) ............................................ 26
33. SIDE BRUSH ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................................................... 27
34. CHECKING THE MOTOR OIL LEVEL .......................................................................................................................................... 28
35. MAINTAINING THE HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL................................................................................................................................. 29
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................................30
36. CENTRAL BRUSH REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 30
37. SIDE BRUSH REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 31
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................................................................................32
38. THE MACHINE DOES NOT START ............................................................................................................................................. 32
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39. THE ENDOTHERMIC ENGINE DOES NOT START......................................................................................................................... 32
40. THE MACHINE DOES NOT CLEAN WELL .................................................................................................................................... 32
41. THE MACHINE LIFTS DUST DURING OPERATION........................................................................................................................ 32
42. EXCESSIVE OR ALTERED NOISE OF THE CENTRAL BRUSH......................................................................................................... 32
43. EXCESSIVE OR ALTERED NOISE OF THE SIDE BRUSH ............................................................................................................... 32
44. MOVING THE MACHINE WHEN THE MOTOR IS SWITCHED OFF .................................................................................................... 32
DISPOSAL .....................................................................................................................................................................34
CHOOSING AND USING THE BRUSHES ............................................................................................................................35
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY................................................................................................................................36
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY................................................................................................................................37
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with filter to avoid raising dust, and a debris hopper that can be manually
removed by means of a mechanical leverage.
On consignment of the machine
When the machine is consigned to the customer, an immediate check
must be performed to ensure all the material mentioned in the shipping
documents has been received, and also to check the machine has not
suffered damage during transportation. If this is the case, the carrier
must ascertain the extent of the damage at once, informing our
customer service office. It is only by prompt action of this type that the
missing material can be obtained, and compensation for damage
successfully claimed.
Intended use
The sweeping machine is designed to clean both inside and outside
surfaces with tiled, concrete and asphalt floors, for professional use in
industrial, commercial and public places. The machine is only suitable
for use in closed (or at least covered) places. The machine is not
suitable for use in the rain, or under water jets. It is FORBIDDEN to use
the machine for picking up dangerous dusts or inflammable liquids within
places with a potentially explosive atmosphere. In addition, it is not
suitable as a means of transport for people or objects.
Introductory comment
Even the best machines will only work well if used correctly and kept in
good working order. We therefore suggest you read this instruction
booklet carefully and read it again whenever difficulties arise while using
the machine. If necessary, remember that our assistance service
(organised in collaboration with our dealers) is always available for
advice or direct intervention.
Serial number plate
Identification data
For technical assistance or to request replacement parts, always give the
model, the version and serial number written on the serial number plate.
Technical description
FS700 and FS800 are ride-on sweeping machines, powered electrically
(with traction batteries) or with an internal combustion (endothermic)
engine, for the cleaning of both internal and external surfaces with tiled,
concrete or asphalt floors.
The machine must operate on dry surfaces, and if necessary can also
work on wet surfaces making sure the vacuum action is not active. The
machine features a central brush for the collection of brushed up
material, a side brush for cleaning edges and corners, a vacuum system
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Working width without side brush
Working width with right side brush
Working width with left and right side brush
Working capacity, up to
Central brush
Side brush
Central brush rpm
Side brush rpm
Endothermic engine
Brush motor
Traction motor
Traction wheel
Rear wheels
Forward speed
Maximum gradient
Suction motor
Filter shaker motor
Filter surface area (fabric filter)
Filter surface area (paper filter)
Debris hopper volume
Steering diameter
Machine length
Machine height
Machine height with overhead guard
Machine width
Starter battery compartment (l x L x h)
Rated battery voltage
Starter battery weight (Max)
Machine weight in running order (machine + batteries + operator)
Noise level (in compliance with IEC 704/1)
Hand vibration level
Body vibration level
UM
mm
mm
mm
m2/h
Ø mm
Ø mm
rpm
rpm
HP
V/W
V/W
Ø mm
Ø mm
km/h
%
V/W
V/W
m2
m2
l
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
V
kg
kg
dB (A)
m/s2
m/s2
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FS700 H
700
846
1050
6300
280
400
425
65
5.5
hydraulic
hydraulic
250
300
6.3
10
12/80
4
5
60
2400
1600
1310
1925
940
230x128x188
12
6
375
-
FS800 H
800
946
1116
6700
280
400
425
65
5.5
hydraulic
hydraulic
250
300
6.3
10
12/80
5
6
70
2500
1600
1310
1925
1078
230x128x188
12
6
460
-
FS800 H Basic
800
946
1116
6700
280
400
425
65
5.5
hydraulic
hydraulic
250
300
6.3
10
12/80
5
6
70
2500
1600
1310
1925
1078
230x128x188
12
6
445
-
SYMBOLS USED ON THE MACHINE
Main switch symbol (key switch)
Used on the instrument panel, to indicate the key switch for machine operation on (I) or off (O)
Symbol denoting endothermic engine air
Used on the instrument panel, to indicate the knob that commands the activation of the lever for the air of the endothermic engine
Debris hopper tipping symbol
Is used on the instrument panel to indicate the yellow three-position momentary switch, which controls the rotation of the
debris hopper
Debris hopper tipping symbol
Is used on the instrument panel to indicate the yellow three-way momentary switch, which controls the rotation-movement of
the debris hopper
Debris hopper lifting symbol
Is used on the instrument panel to indicate the yellow three-way momentary switch, which controls the movement of the debris hopper
Filter shaker symbol
Used on the instrument panel, to indicate the knob that commands the activation of the filter shaker in the panel filter unit
Symbol denoting acoustic alarm
Used to indicate the acoustic alarm button
Parking brake symbol
Used to indicate the machines brake lever
Symbol denoting treading ban
Used to indicate the area of the machine on which it is forbidden to tread or stand
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SYMBOLS USED ON THE MACHINE
Central/side brush(es) motion symbol (idle position)
Used to indicate the movement linkage of the central/side brush(es)
Central/side brush(es) motion symbol (working position)
Used to indicate the movement linkage of the central/side brush(es)
Symbol for work speed regulation
Used on the steering column, to indicate the manual accelerator
Indicates the risk of crushed hands
Indicates the risk of burns due to the hot surface
Indicates the maximum gradient
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GENERAL SAFETY REGULATIONS
The regulations below must be carefully followed in order to avoid harm to the operator and damage to the machine.
WARNING:
• Read the labels on the machine carefully. Do not cover them for any reason and replace them immediately if they become damaged.
• The machine must be used exclusively by authorised and trained personnel.
• The machine is designed for dry use only.
• Do not use the machine on surfaces with an inclination greater than the one shown on the plate.
• The machine is not suitable for cleaning rough or uneven floors. Do not use the machine on slopes.
• In the event of danger, quickly intervene on the handle located on the battery connector.
• For all maintenance interventions, switch off the machine and disconnect the battery connector and/or the power supply cable.
• Children must be supervised to ensure they do not play with the device.
• During the working of the machine, pay attention to other people and especially to children.
• Only use the brushes supplied with the machine, or those specified in the "CHOOSING AND USING THE BRUSHES" paragraph of the instruction
manual. The use of other brushes could compromise safety levels.
WARNING:
• The machine is not suitable for use by children and persons with reduced physical, mental and sensory capabilities, or people who lack experience and
knowledge.
• The machine must not be used or stored outdoors, in damp conditions or directly exposed to rain.
• The storage temperature must be between -25°C and +55°C; do not store outdoors in damp conditions.
• Conditions of use: room temperature between 0°C and 40°C with relative humidity between 30 and 95%
• The socket for the battery charger cable must have a prescribed earth connection.
• Adapt the speed to the adhesion conditions.
• Do not use the machine as a means of transport.
• The machine does not cause harmful vibrations.
• Do not use the machine in an explosive atmosphere.
• Do not use the device to collect dangerous powders.
• The machine is not suitable for cleaning carpets.
• Do not place any liquid containers on the machine.
• Avoid working with the brushes when the machine is standing still, so as not to damage the floor.
• In the event of a fire, use a powder extinguisher. Do not use water.
• Do not knock against shelving or scaffolding, where there is a danger of falling objects. The operator must always be equipped with the appropriate
safety devices (gloves, shoes, helmet, goggles, etc.).
• If the machine does not work properly, check this is not caused by failure to carry out routine maintenance. Otherwise, ask for intervention of the
authorised technical assistance centre.
• If you need to replace any components, request the ORIGINAL spare parts from an Authorised dealer and/or Retailer.
• Restore all electrical connections after any maintenance interventions.
• Before using the machine, check that all the hatches and covers are positioned as shown in this Use and Maintenance Manual.
• Do not remove any protection devices which require the use of tools in order to be removed.
• Do not wash the machine with direct water jets or with pressurised water, nor with corrosive substances.
• Have the machine checked by an authorised technical assistance centre every year.
• When disposing of consumable materials, observe the laws and regulations in force.
• When your machine has reached the end of its long working life, dispose of the materials it contains (especially oils, batteries and electronic
components) in an appropriate manner, taking into account that the machine itself was constructed using 100% recyclable materials.
• The batteries must be removed from the machine before its disposal. The batteries must be disposed of in a safe manner, fully observing the laws and
regulations in force.
• Keep children and animals away from the powered motor, as it heats up and may cause burns and injuries (both directly and via the machines which it moves).
• Learn how to switch the motor off quickly, and how to use all the controls. Never entrust the motor to people who haven't had the appropriate training.
• While the motor is switched on, do not place any inflammable objects (gasoline, matches, etc.) near it.
• Top up the fuel in a well-ventilated area, with the motor switched off. Gasoline is highly inflammable and may explode.
• Do not completely fill the fuel tank. Check the cap is firmly closed.
• If any fuel is spilt, clean the area thoroughly and allow the vapours to disperse before switching on the motor.
• Do not smoke or take any unprotected flames in the area where the motor is filled with fuel, or where the gasoline is stored.
• The exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide - an odourless, colourless, but highly poisonous gas. Avoid inhalation. Do not switch the motor on in a
closed garage or in a room without windows.
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MACHINE PREPARATION
1. HANDLING OF THE PACKED MACHINE
The machine is contained in specific packaging with a pallet for the handling with fork trucks. The
packages cannot be placed on top of each other.
The total weight of the machine with its packaging is 385kg (for FS700 H versions)
The total weight of the machine with its packaging is 470kg (for FS800 H versions)
The total weight of the machine with its packaging is 455kg (for FS800 H Basic versions)
The dimensions of the packaging is as follows:
A
FS700 H – FS800 H – FS800 H Basic
C
B
A: 1620mm
B: 1280mm
C: 2040mm
2. HOW TO UNPACK THE MACHINE
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1. Remove the outer package
2. The machine is fixed to the pallet with wedges which block the wheels
3. Remove the wedges (1)
4. Release the handbrake (2) by turning the lever to the right
5. Check the main machine switch (3) is in the “OFF” position (if this is not the case, turn it by a quarter
rotation to the left)
6. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (3)
7. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged
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8. Rotate the lever (5) on the by-pass valve until it is vertical; this will put the hydraulic system on standby.
9. Lower the seat carter as far as the working position
10. Use a chute to get the machine down from the pallet, pushing it backwards.
11. Keep the pallet for any future transport needs.
12. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (3)
13. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged
14. Rotate the lever (5) on the by-pass valve until it is horizontal; this will put the hydraulic system in the
working condition.
15. Lower the seat carter as far as the working position.
WARNING: if the product is delivered in cardboard containers, handle the
packed product with suitable lifting means that comply with the legal
requirements
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3. HOW TO MOVE THE MACHINE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Make sure the hopper is empty, otherwise empty it completely
Check the central brush is lifted up off the ground
Check the side brush(es) is/are lifted up off the ground
Place it on a pallet, using a chute
Check that the key switch is on OFF and remove the key
Engage the parking brake
Secure the machine to the pallet using wooden wedges
4.
INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPONENTS
The instrument panel components are identified as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5
1
4
Hour meter display
Main key switch
Red warning light indicating that the parking brake is on
Cable of lever control for endothermic engine air
Cable of filter shaker control
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3
6.
Three-way selector debris hopper lift-descent control:
• front position debris hopper in lifting phase
• intermediate position debris hopper movement not active
• rear position debris hopper in descent phase
7. Three-way selector debris hopper rotation control:
• front position debris hopper tilting, for emptying
• intermediate position debris hopper rotation not active
• rear position debris hopper returns to working position
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5. STEERING COLUMN COMPONENTS
The steering column components are identified as follows:
8.
9.
10.
11.
Central brush lifting lever
Lever for raising the side brush (1SL version) or brushes (2SL version)
Horn button
Lever for manual speed adjustment
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10
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6. FOOTBOARD FRONT-RIGHT COMPONENTS
The components at the front right of the footboard are identified as follows:
12. Accelerator pedal, forward – reverse
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7. FOOTBOARD FRONT-LEFT COMPONENTS
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13
The components at the front right of the footboard are identified as follows:
13. Brake pedal
14. Parking brake lever
8. FOOTBOARD REAR COMPONENTS
The components at the rear of the footboard are identified as follows:
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15. Front flap lifting pedal
9. SIDE COMPONENTS OF THE MACHINE
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16
The side components of the machine are identified as follows:
16. Blinking light (optional)
17. Rear carter lifting handle
18. Storage compartment carter
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10. REAR COMPONENTS OF THE MACHINE
19
The rear components of the machine are identified as follows:
19. Rear carter retainer
20. Debris hopper handle
21. Debris hopper retainer
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11. FRONT MACHINE COMPONENTS
22
The front components of the machine are identified as follows:
22. Steering column front carter
23. Front machine headlight
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12. TYPE OF STARTER BATTERY
As a starter battery, you are advised to use a 12V/35 Ah C5 battery.
OTHER TYPES MUST NOT BE USED.
The battery must meet the requisites indicated in standards CEI EN 60254-1:2005-12 (CEI 21-5) + CEI
EN 60254-2:2008-06 (CEI 21-7)
13. MAINTENANCE AND DISPOSAL OF THE STARTER BATTERY
For information about battery maintenance, refer to the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer.
When the battery reaches the end of its working life, it must be disconnected by expert, trained personnel,
then lifted (using the grips and suitable lifting devices) to remove it from the battery compartment.
EXHAUSTED BATTERIES ARE CLASSIFIED AS DANGEROUS WASTE AND MUST BE CONSIGNED
TO THE AUTHORISED BODIES FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL.
WARNING: You are advised to always wear protective gloves, to avoid the risk
of serious injury to your hands.
WARNING: You are advised to only lift and move the batteries with lifting and
transportation means suitable for the specific weight and size
14. WORKING FORWARD SPEED
This machine works by means of hydraulically-controlled traction. To move it, switch on the endothermic
engine and then push the drive pedal downwards (1), adjusting the speed by increasing or reducing the
pressure on the pedal. The machine will then start moving.
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WARNING: The lever (2) for regulating the rotations of the endothermic engine
must always be positioned at its upper limit, to guarantee the optimum
performance of the hydraulic system.
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15. REVERSE FUNCTION
To make a reverse movement, push the drive pedal upwards (1), adjusting the speed by increasing or
reducing the pressure on the pedal. The machine will begin moving backwards. During reverse motion,
the machine emits an acoustic signal.
16. CHECKING THE ENDOTHERMIC ENGINE
WARNING: Always check the motor before using it (and read the relevant use
and maintenance manual). In this way, you will avoid any accidents or damage
to the motor.
17. CHECKING THE LEVEL IN THE HYDRAULIC OIL TANK
This machine is equipped with a hydraulic system. To ensure optimum machine performance, check the
oil level in the following way:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
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5. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (3).
6. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged.
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7. Check the oil is not below the minimum level, as seen on the transparent cap (4). If necessary, add
more oil by following the instructions in the “MAINTAINING THE HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL” chapter.
8. Lower the seat carter as far as the working position.
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18. SIDE BRUSH ASSEMBLY
1.
2.
3.
Check that the parking brake is engaged, if not engage it.
Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF” position (if this is not the case, turn it by a quarter
rotation to the left).
Lift the side brush arm by turning the right lever (1) anticlockwise.
WARNING: During this operation, check there are no people or objects near
the brush.
4.
5.
6.
With the brush-holder arm up, loosen the wing nut (2) and remove the washer (3).
Insert the brush in the hub housing, making sure the four pins are inserted in their seats on the
brush itself.
Insert the washer (3) and tighten the wing nut (2).
WARNING: You are advised to always wear protective gloves, to avoid the risk
of serious injury to your hands.
19. SERVICE BRAKE AND PARKING BRAKE
The machine has an electronic braking system. To brake, in normal conditions, just remove your foot from
the accelerator pedal. Should removing your foot from the accelerator pedal not be enough, activate the
mechanical brake pedal (13) pushing it downwards. To engage the parking brake, press the brake pedal
(13) and lock it by pulling the lever (14) to the left. The red indicator light on the instrument panel will
switch on.
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ATTENTION: The mechanical brake pedal does not affect the traction of the machine.
Before every operation, check that the parking brake is disengaged (lever 14) and avoid
continuous and prolonged use of the mechanical brake pedal (pedal 13), in order to avoid
damage to the traction wheel or to the traction motor.
WARNING: to avoid any damage to the machine, always disengage the parking brake
before beginning to work or before making any transfer manoeuvres
20. BLINKING LIGHT (OPTIONAL)
The machine can be equipped with a blinking light that turns on automatically when the key in the main
switch is turned on.
21. FILLING THE FUEL TANK
The machine is supplied without any fuel in the tank of the endothermic engine. To fill the tank, proceed
as follows:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
5. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (3)
6. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged
7. With regard to the safe filling of the endothermic engine fuel tank, you must scrupulously observe the
indications given in the engine use and maintenance manual (supplied with the machine)
WARNING: The machine does not have a fuel level indicator, so you must
always check the level before using it.
WARNING: Gasoline is highly inflammable and may explode.
WARNING: Top up the fuel in a well-ventilated area, with the motor switched
off. Do not smoke or take any unprotected flames or sparks near the motor
while it is being filled, or in the area where the gasoline is stored.
WARNING: during the filling operation, be careful not to spill the fuel. Spilt fuel
or fuel vapours could ignite. If any fuel is accidentally spilt, remove it thoroughly
before switching on the motor.
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22.
1.
2.
3.
4.
PREPARING TO WORK
Check that the debris hopper is empty; if not, empty it completely
Check that the parking brake is engaged and, if not, engage it
Check the fuel level; if it is low, top up the tank (as indicated in “FILLING THE FUEL TANK”)
Check the main machine switch (1) is in the “OFF / 0” position (if this is not the case, turn it by a
quarter rotation to the left).
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5. Sit on the driver’s seat
6. Disengage the parking brake (2).
7. Turn the key of the main switch a quarter of a turn clockwise (to position ON). Bring the motor ignition
switch to the START position (turning the key further to the right), and keep it there until the motor
starts up. you can now release the key.
WARNING: Do not use the starter for more than 5 seconds at a time. If the
motor does not start up, release the key and wait for 10 seconds before
making a new attempt.
WARNING: Use the air knob (3) if the motor is cold or has not been used for a
long time, or if the air temperature is too low.
The display will immediately light up on the instrument panel, indicating the number of effective work
hours
8. The vacuum function will activate at once if the knob (6) on the instrument panel is in the idle position
(fully down)
WARNING! Shut off the vacuum function when you are about to clean wet or
damp surfaces, to avoid ruining the filter. Shut off the vacuum function without
activating the filter shaker.
WARNING! To shut off the vacuum function, pull the knob (3) on the
instrument panel upwards. Do not pull it to its end limit, as this will engage the
filter shaker.
9. Lower the central brush by turning the left lever (5) anticlockwise.
10. Lower the right side brush (1SL versions) or both side brushes (2SL versions) by turning the right
lever (4) anticlockwise.
ATTENTION: Use the side brush or brushes (according to machine version)
only on edges, as it is not assisted by the vacuum action.
WARNING: Both the central brush and the side brush will begin rotating as
soon as they are in their work position.
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11. Pressing the accelerator pedal (7), the machine starts moving and the central and side brushes will rotate.
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ATTENTION: adjust the working speed according to the amount of waste and
debris to be collected
WARNING: During reverse movements, raise both the side brush and the
central brush
To make a reverse manoeuvre, pull the accelerator pedal (7) upwards. The machine will begin to move
backwards.
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ATTENTION! The reverse speed is lower than the forward speed to comply
with current health and safety standards.
Press the front flap-raiser pedal (8) when working with bulky waste, to allow the central brush to reach and
collect it.
8
WARNING! Do not hold the pedal for long.
In order to achieve a correct vacuum action, clean the filter every 10 minutes and always before any
discharge of the debris hopper.
To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
2. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (5) clockwise
3. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (4) clockwise
4. Activate the filter shaker by pulling the knob (6) on the instrument panel upwards; the vacuum
function will stop automatically.
6
5
4
WARNING! Keep the knob (6) up for no longer than ten seconds, then repeat
the operation two or three times.
Periodically check the filling of the tray and if necessary proceed to empty it. Keep in mind that the weight
of the waste collected is proportional to the specific weight of the material swept. In the case of heavy
material such as sand, earth, gravel, etc. the tray should ideally not be filled more than 70%, otherwise it
may be difficult to empty.
23.
EMPTYING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (MANUAL MOVEMENT)
3
The machine is NOT equipped with a device to warn you when the debris hopper is full, so it is a good
idea to empty it frequently while working.
In order to empty the debris hopper, proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise
Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise
Activate the filter shaker by pulling the knob (3) on the instrument panel upwards; the vacuum
function will stop automatically.
5. Bring the main machine switch to OFF by turning the key a quarter rotation to the left
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WARNING! Keep the knob (3) up for no longer than ten seconds, then repeat
the operation two or three times.
WARNING: Before carrying out any maintenance work, remove the key from
the board.
6. Release the hinge (4) on the back of the machine.
7. By gripping the handle (5) on the hopper, remove it from the machine.
8. Take the hopper to the location designated for its emptying and empty it.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
5
4
9. By gripping the handle (5) on the hopper, insert it in the machine.
10. Hook the hinge (4) on the back of the machine.
5
4
24.
EMPTYING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (AUTOMATIC MOVEMENT)
3
The machine is NOT equipped with a device to warn you when the debris hopper is full, so it is a good
idea to empty it frequently while working.
In order to empty the debris hopper, proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise
Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise
Activate the filter shaker by pulling the knob (3) on the instrument panel upwards; the vacuum function
will stop automatically.
5. Disengage the parking brake
WARNING! Keep the knob (3) up for no longer than ten seconds, then repeat
the operation two or three times.
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6. Bring the machine close to the waste container which has been prepared for unloading
7. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
WARNING! Calculate the distance between the machine and the waste
container correctly, bearing in mind the rotation radius of the debris hopper
when moving.
8. Move the switch (4) forward, until the debris hopper is in the desired position
9. Disengage the parking brake
10. Bring the machine close to the waste container, so that the debris hopper is inside the hopper's refill
opening
4
WARNING! Reduce the machine's movement speed when the debris hopper
is lifted off the ground.
WARNING! Avoid unloading the debris while the machine is sloped.
WARNING! Do not activate the filter shaker while the debris hopper is lifted off
the ground.
11. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
12. Move the switch (5) forward, until the debris hopper is completely tilted
13. Move the switch (5) backward, until the debris hopper has returned to the working position
5
14. Disengage the parking brake
15. Move the machine forward while the debris hopper encounters no obstacles in its trajectory to return
to the working position
WARNING! Calculate the distance between the machine and the waste
container correctly, bearing in mind the rotation radius of the debris hopper
when moving.
16. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
17. Move the switches (4) and (5) backward, until the debris hopper has returned to the working position
4
WARNING! If the debris hopper is not in the correct position the machine will
not work to its full potential.
5
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25. AT THE END OF THE WORK (VERSIONS WITH MANUAL EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS HOPPER)
3
At the end of the work, and before carrying out any type of maintenance, perform the following operations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise
Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise
Activate the filter shaker by pulling the knob (3) on the instrument panel upwards; the vacuum
function will stop automatically.
1
2
WARNING! Keep the knob (3) up for no longer than ten seconds, then repeat
the operation two or three times.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Disengage the parking brake
Bring the machine to the place provided for its emptying
Turn the machine off by turning the key one quarter turn counter-clockwise and remove it from the panel.
Engage the parking brake
WARNING: Before carrying out any maintenance work, remove the key from
the board.
9. Release the hinge (4) on the back of the machine.
10. By gripping the handle (5) on the hopper, remove it from the machine.
11. Take the hopper to the location designated for its emptying and empty it.
5
4
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
12. By gripping the handle (5) on the hopper, insert it in the machine.
13. Hook the hinge (4) on the back of the machine.
14. Disengage the parking brake
5
4
WARNING! Periodically check that the sealing ring of the debris hopper and of
the frame, if it is worn or damaged replace it immediately.
15. Take the machine to the designated machine storage place.
16. Engage the parking brake.
17. Bring the main machine switch to "OFF-0" by turning the key a quarter rotation to the left.
WARNING! Park the machine in a closed place, on a flat and level surface,
where it cannot cause harm to people or damage to other property, but also be
protected from any accidental fall of objects.
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26. AT THE END OF THE WORK (VERSIONS WITH AUTOMATIC EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS
HOPPER)
3
At the end of the work, and before carrying out any type of maintenance, perform the following operations:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise
Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise
Activate the filter shaker by pulling the knob (3) on the instrument panel upwards; the vacuum
function will stop automatically.
1
WARNING! Keep the knob (3) up for no longer than ten seconds, then repeat
the operation two or three times.
5. Disengage the parking brake
6. Bring the machine to the place provided for its emptying
7. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
WARNING! Calculate the distance between the machine and the waste container
correctly, bearing in mind the rotation radius of the debris hopper when moving.
8. Move the switch (4) forward, until the debris hopper is in the desired position
9. Disengage the parking brake
10. Bring the machine close to the waste container, so that the debris hopper is inside the hopper's refill
opening
4
WARNING! Reduce the machine's movement speed when the debris hopper
is lifted off the ground.
WARNING! Avoid unloading the debris while the machine is sloped.
WARNING! Do not activate the filter shaker while the debris hopper is lifted off
the ground.
11. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
12. Move the switch (5) forward, until the debris hopper is completely tilted
13. Move the switch (5) backward, until the debris hopper has returned to the working position
14. Disengage the parking brake
15. Move the machine forward while the debris hopper encounters no obstacles in its trajectory to
return to the working position
WARNING! Calculate the distance between the machine and the waste
container correctly, bearing in mind the rotation radius of the debris hopper
when moving.
16. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
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17. Move the switches (4) and (5) backward, until the debris hopper has returned to the working position
WARNING! If the debris hopper is not in the correct position the machine will
not work to its full potential.
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PERFORM ALL MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS IN SEQUENCE
27.
CLEANING THE CENTRAL BRUSH
Proceed as follows in order to clean the central brush:
2
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
5. Loosen the wing nuts (3) fixing the right side carter.
6. Remove the right side carter (4) from the machine.
1
3
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
4
7. Loosen the wing nuts (5) fixing the idle support of the central brush.
8. Remove the idle support (6) of the central brush from the machine.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
6
5
9. Loosen the wing nuts (7) fixing the right side splash guard pre-assembly.
10. Remove the right side splash guard pre-assembly (8) from the machine.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
7
8
11. Remove the central brush (9) from the machine.
12. Clean it under running water and remove any impurities.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
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13. Reassemble all the elements.
ATTENTION: The brush is correctly fitted when, seen from above, the cusp
forms an upturned “V” (refer to the picture)
28.
CLEANING THE SIDE BRUSH
Proceed as follows in order to clean the side brush:
2
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
1
5. Loosen the wing nut (3) fixing the side brush to the geared motor, then remove it together with the
washer.
6. Remove the side brush (4) from the machine.
4
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
3
7. Clean it under running water and remove any impurities.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
8. Reassemble all the elements.
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29.
CLEANING THE PANEL FILTER (FP VERSIONS)
Whenever the vacuum action seems to be unsatisfactory, check that the vacuum filter is not obstructed.
If necessary clean with an air jet as follows:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
2
1
5. Check that the debris hopper is empty, if not empty it completely
6. Grip the rear part of the seat carter
7. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged (3)
3
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
8. Remove the retainer (4) on the front of the carter
9. Remove the retainers (5) on the rear of the carter
10. Grip the handles (6), remove the rear carter pre-assembly and rest it on the floor
4
6
5
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
11. Disconnect the filter shaker (7) from the electric system of the machine
12. Grip the handles (8), remove the panel filter pre-assembly and rest it on the floor
7
8
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
8
13. Clean the panel filter with an air jet from a distance of more than 20cm.
14. Reassemble all the elements
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
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30.
CLEANING THE FABRIC FILTER (FS VERSIONS)
Whenever the vacuum action seems to be unsatisfactory, check that the vacuum filter is not obstructed.
If necessary clean with an air jet as follows:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
2
1
5. Check that the debris hopper is empty, if not empty it completely
6. Grip the rear part of the seat carter
7. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged (3)
3
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
8. Remove the retainer (4) on the front of the carter
9. Remove the retainers (5) on the rear of the carter
10. Grip the handles (6), remove the rear carter pre-assembly and rest it on the floor
4
6
5
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
11. Lift the filter pre-assembly
12. Disconnect the filter shaker from the electric system of the machine
13. Remove the filter pre-assembly and rest it on the floor
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
14. Clean the panel filter with an air jet from a distance of more than 20cm.
15. Reassemble all the elements
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
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31. CLEANING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (VERSIONS WITH MANUAL EMPTYING OF THE DEBRIS
HOPPER)
2
Clean the debris hopper every week as follows:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
1
5. Release the hinge ( 3) on the back of the machine.
6. By gripping the handle (4) on the hopper, remove it from the machine.
7. Take the hopper to the location designated for its emptying and clean it with a jet of water.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
4
3
8. Reassemble all the elements
32. CLEANING THE DEBRIS HOPPER (VERSIONS WITH AUTOMATIC EMPTYING OF THE
DEBRIS HOPPER)
2
Clean the debris hopper every week as follows:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
1
5. Bring the machine close to the place provided for its emptying
6. Stop the machine and engage the parking brake
WARNING! Position the machine correctly so that the debris hopper encounters
no obstacles while moving
7. Move the switch (3) forward, until the debris hopper is in the desired position
8. Move the switch (4) forward, until the debris hopper has rotate in the desired position
9. Set the main switch to the "0/OFF" position by turning the key a quarter turn to the left
10. Rinse the inside of the hopper with a jet of running water
3
ATTENTION: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect
against contact with dangerous substances.
4
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11. Move the switch (2) backward, until the debris hopper has returned to the working position
12. Move the switches (2) and (1) backward, until the debris hopper has returned to the working position
3
WARNING! If the debris hopper is not in the correct position the machine will
not work to its full potential.
4
33.
SIDE BRUSH ADJUSTMENT
If the side brush does not channel the dirt effectively towards the centre of the machine, you must adjust
its height in relation to the ground. Proceed as follows:
2
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
1
5. By using the right equipment, remove the side brush carter (4), removing the screws (3)
3
4
6. By using the right equipment, loosen the counter nut (5) and the adjustment screw (6)
6
5
7. Lower the side brush by turning the right lever (2) clockwise.
2
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8. Using a suitable tool, loosen the adjustment screw (6) until the brush bristles are pressed onto the
floor by about 2cm.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
6
9. Fix the counter nut (5) by using the right equipment.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
5
10. By using the right equipment, assemble the side brush carter (4), fixing the screws (3)
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
3
4
34.
CHECKING THE MOTOR OIL LEVEL
Using the endothermic engine with insufficient oil may seriously damage the motor itself. You are
therefore advised to check the level at least once a week, in the following way:
2
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
5. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (3)
6. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged
7. Pull the oil tank cap (4) to remove it, then clean the dipstick.
8. Insert the dipstick in the oil inlet, pushing the cap (4).
9. Check the level of oil on the dipstick.
10. If the oil level is low, top up with the recommended oil type, to the top of the tank.
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WARNING: Check the oil level when the motor is switched off, and with the
machine on an even surface.
4
WARNING: Refer to the motor use and maintenance manual (supplied with
the machine) to check the most suitable type of oil.
35. MAINTAINING THE HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL
This machine is equipped with a hydraulic system. To ensure optimum machine performance, check the
oil level in the following way:
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
5. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (3).
6. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged.
2
1
3
7. Check the oil is not below the minimum level, as seen on the transparent cap (4).
4
WARNING: Check the oil level when the motor is switched off, and with the
machine on an even surface.
If you need to top up the oil level, proceed as follows:
1. Use the appropriate tool to loosen the vent cap (5)
2. Top up with AGIP ARNICA 46 hydraulic oil or equivalent, checking the level via the transparent cap
on the side wall of the tank.
WARNING: To ensure the hydraulic system works well, only use AGIP
ARNICA 46 oil or equivalent.
WARNING: For any other maintenance work on the hydraulic system, you are
advised to contact our technical assistance service (organised in collaboration
with our resellers) because these interventions require specific technical skills
and suitable equipment.
3. Use the appropriate tool to tighten the vent cap (5)
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36.
CENTRAL BRUSH REPLACEMENT
If the central brush is worn, this will affect its performance. Proceed as follows to replace:
2
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
5. Loosen the wing nuts (3) fixing the right side carter.
6. Remove the right side carter (4) from the machine.
1
3
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
4
7. Loosen the wing nuts (5) fixing the idle support of the central brush.
8. Remove the idle support (6) of the central brush from the machine.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
6
5
9. Loosen the wing nuts (7) fixing the right side splash guard pre-assembly.
10. Remove the right side splash guard pre-assembly (8) from the machine.
7
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
8
11. Remove the central brush (9) from the machine.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
12. Replace the old brush with the new one.
13. Reassemble all the elements.
8
ATTENTION: the brush is correctly fitted when, seen from above, the cusp
forms an upturned “V” (refer to the picture)
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37.
SIDE BRUSH REPLACEMENT
If the central brush is worn, this will affect its performance. Proceed as follows to replace:
2
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. Check the main machine switch is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by a
quarter rotation to the left.
3. Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (1) clockwise.
4. Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (2) clockwise.
1
5. Loosen the wing nut (3) fixing the side brush to the geared motor, then remove it together with the washer.
6. Remove the side brush (4) from the machine.
4
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
3
7. Replace the old brush with the new one.
WARNING: This operation must be carried out using gloves to protect against
contact with dangerous solutions.
8. Reassemble all the elements.
9. Read the “SIDE BRUSH ADJUSTMENT” paragraph in order to position the brush correctly and
ensure a correct operation.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
38.
1.
2.
3.
4.
39.
THE MACHINE DOES NOT START
Check the starter battery is connected to the machine system
Check the key switch is ON/I
Check the starter battery is charged
Check there is fuel in the motor tank
THE ENDOTHERMIC ENGINE DOES NOT START
WARNING: If the endothermic engine does not start, check the diagnostics in
the motor use and maintenance manual (the booklet supplied with the machine
itself)
40.
THE MACHINE DOES NOT CLEAN WELL
1. Check the state of wear and tear of the brushes and, if necessary, replace them. The brushes
should be changed when the bristles are about 15mm long. To replace them, see “CENTRAL
BRUSH REPLACEMENT”, or “SIDE BRUSH REPLACEMENT”. Working with over-worn brushes
may cause damage to the floor.
2. Use a different kind of brush to the one fitted as standard. For cleaning floors where the dirt is
particularly resistant, we recommend the use of special brushes supplied upon request and
according to needs (see “CHOOSING AND USING THE BRUSHES”).
3. The side brush is worn, to adjust it see “SIDE BRUSH ADJUSTMENT”.
4. The debris hopper is full, empty it completely.
41.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
42.
THE MACHINE LIFTS DUST DURING OPERATION
The flaps that ensure efficient vacuum action are worn: replace them.
The front flap is broken and the machine projected heavy dirty bodies forward: replace them.
The filter is blocked: clean the filter thoroughly.
Check the central brush is correctly assembled
The debris hopper position is not correct
EXCESSIVE OR ALTERED NOISE OF THE CENTRAL BRUSH
1. Material wrapped around the brush: remove it.
43.
EXCESSIVE OR ALTERED NOISE OF THE SIDE BRUSH
1. Material wrapped around the brush: remove it.
44.
MOVING THE MACHINE WHEN THE MOTOR IS SWITCHED OFF
1
This paragraph describes what to do when the machine cannot be started up.
To move the machine, proceed as follows:
1. Check the main machine switch (1) is in the “OFF-0” position. If this is not the case, turn the key by
a quarter rotation to the left.
2. Engage the parking brake (2).
3.
4.
5.
6.
Lift the central brush by turning the left lever (3) clockwise.
Lift the side brush if lowered, by rotating the right lever (4) clockwise.
To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (5).
Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged.
3
4
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7. Rotate the lever (6) on the by-pass valve until it is vertical; this will put the hydraulic system on standby.
8. Lower the seat carter as far as the working position.
9. Take the machine to the designated machine storage place.
10. To access the motor compartment, grip the rear part of the seat carter (5).
11. Rotate and raise the seat carter until the safety catch is engaged.
12. Rotate the lever (6) on the by-pass valve until it is horizontal; this will put the hydraulic system in the
working condition.
13. Lower the seat carter as far as the working position.
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DISPOSAL
To dispose of the machine, take it to a demolition centre or an authorised collection centre.
Before scrapping the machine, it is necessary to remove and separate the following materials and then
send them to the appropriate collection centres, in accordance with currently effective environmental
hygiene regulations:
• brushes
• felt
• electric and electronic parts*
• batteries
• plastic parts (tanks and handlebars)
• metal parts (levers and frame)
• endothermic engine
• hydraulic oil**
(*) In particular, contact your area distributor in order to scrap the electric and electronic parts.
(**) In particular, contact your area distributor in order to scrap the hydraulic oil.
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CHOOSING AND USING THE BRUSHES
POLYPROPYLENE BRUSH (PPL)
It is used on every type of floors and has good resistance to wear. The Polypropylene brush is non-hygroscopic and therefore retains its characteristics even
when working in wet conditions.
THICKNESS OF THE BRISTLES
The thicker bristles are more rigid and should therefore be used on surfaces with solid or heavy dirt (e.g. gravel; drinking cans; etc.).
Softer bristles are recommended for surfaces with light dirt or dust.
Remember that when the bristles are worn, and therefore too short, they become rigid and cannot pick up the dirt efficiently.
The central brush has bristles of 1.1mm and of 0.7mm to comply with both characteristics.
TABLE FOR CHOOSING THE BRUSHES
Machine
No. of brushes
Code
Type of bristles
1
433761
435164
435165
435166
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Steel
1.1 + 0.7
0.7
1.4
0.7
280
280
280
280
678
678
678
678
1
435433
435432
PPL
PPL + Steel
1
1.1 + 0.7
400
400
-
1
433761
435164
435165
435166
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Steel
1.1 + 0.7
0.7
1.4
0.7
280
280
280
280
678
678
678
678
2
435433
435432
PPL
PPL + Steel
1
1.1 + 0.7
400
400
-
1
434685
435462
435464
435465
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Steel
1.1 + 0.7
0.7
1.4
0.7
280
280
280
280
788
788
788
788
1
435433
435432
PPL
PPL + Steel
1
1.1 + 0.7
400
400
-
1
434685
435462
435464
435465
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Bronze
PPL + Steel
1.1 + 0.7
0.7
1.4
0.7
280
280
280
280
788
788
788
788
2
435433
435432
PPL
PPL + Steel
1
1.1 + 0.7
400
400
-
FS700 H 1SL
FS700 H 2SL
FS800 H 1SL
FS800 H 2SL
∅ Bristles ∅ Brush
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Length.
Notes
Central brush
Central brush, white
Central brush, black
Central brush, black
Side brush, black
Side brush, black
Central brush
Central brush, white
Central brush, black
Central brush, black
Side brush, black
Side brush, black
Central brush
Central brush, white
Central brush, black
Central brush, black
Side brush, black
Side brush, black
Central brush
Central brush, white
Central brush, black
Central brush, black
Side brush, black
Side brush, black
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The undersigned manufacturer:
FIMAP S.p.A.
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1
37050 Santa Maria di Zevio (VR)
declares under its sole responsibility that the product
SWEEPING MACHINES mod. FS700 H
complies with the requirements of the following Directives:
•
2006/42/EC: Machinery Directive.
•
2004/108/EC: Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
•
2000/14/EC: Directive by the European Parliament and Council date 8th May, 2000. Noise emission by machines and equipment for outdoor use.
Falling into the category of road sweeper as defined in Annex 46 of Directive 2000/14/EC of the European Parliament and the Council, is subject to noise
marking only.
The conformity evaluation was carried out in accordance with enclosure III.B.46 of the said directive.
MODEL
LwA [dB(A)]
LwA, guaranteed [dB(A)]
They also comply with the following standards:
•
EN 60335-1: Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety. Part 1: Generic standards.
•
EN 60335-2-72: Household and similar electrical appliances. Part 2: Generic standards for automatic machines for floor treatment for commercial and
industrial use.
•
EN 60335-2-29: Household and similar electrical appliances. Part 2: Special standards for battery chargers.
•
EN 12100-1: Safety of Machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design - Part 1: Basic terminology and methodology.
•
EN 12100-2: Machine safety - Fundamental concepts, fundamental principles of design - Part 2: Technical principles
•
EN 61000-6-2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-2: Generic standards – Immunity for industrial environments.
•
EN 61000-6-3: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-3: Generic standards — Standard emission for residential, commercial and light-industrial
environments.
•
EN 62233: Household and similar electrical appliances - Electromagnetic fields Methods for evaluation and measurement.
The person authorised to compile the technical file:
Sig. Giancarlo Ruffo
Via Maestri del Lavoro, 13
37059 Santa Maria di Zevio (VR) - ITALY
Santa Maria di Zevio (VR), 08/11/2011
FIMAP S.p.A.
Legal representative
Giancarlo Ruffo
FIMAP spa
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1 - 37050 S.Maria di Zevio (Verona) Italy
Tel. +39 045 6060411 r.a. - Fax +39 045 6060417 - E-mail:fimap@fimap.com - www.fimap.com
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The undersigned manufacturer:
FIMAP S.p.A.
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1
37050 Santa Maria di Zevio (VR)
declares under its sole responsibility that the product
SWEEPING MACHINES mod. FS800 H
complies with the requirements of the following Directives:
•
2006/42/EC: Machinery Directive.
•
2004/108/EC: Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
•
2000/14/EC: Directive by the European Parliament and Council date 8th May, 2000. Noise emission by machines and equipment for outdoor use.
Falling into the category of road sweeper as defined in Annex 46 of Directive 2000/14/EC of the European Parliament and the Council, is subject to noise
marking only.
The conformity evaluation was carried out in accordance with enclosure III.B.46 of the said directive.
MODEL
LwA [dB(A)]
LwA, guaranteed [dB(A)]
They also comply with the following standards:
•
EN 60335-1: Household and similar electrical appliances - Safety. Part 1: Generic standards.
•
EN 60335-2-72: Household and similar electrical appliances. Part 2: Generic standards for automatic machines for floor treatment for commercial and
industrial use.
•
EN 60335-2-29: Household and similar electrical appliances. Part 2: Special standards for battery chargers.
•
EN 12100-1: Safety of Machinery - Basic concepts, general principles for design - Part 1: Basic terminology and methodology.
•
EN 12100-2: Machine safety - Fundamental concepts, fundamental principles of design - Part 2: Technical principles.
•
EN 61000-6-2: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-2: Generic standards – Immunity for industrial environments.
•
EN 61000-6-3: Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-3: Generic standards — Standard emission for residential, commercial and light-industrial
environments.
•
EN 62233: Household and similar electrical appliances - Electromagnetic fields Methods for evaluation and measurement.
The person authorised to compile the technical file:
Sig. Giancarlo Ruffo
Via Maestri del Lavoro, 13
37059 Santa Maria di Zevio (VR) - ITALY
Santa Maria di Zevio (VR), 08/11/2011
FIMAP S.p.A.
Legal representative
Giancarlo Ruffo
FIMAP spa
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1 - 37050 S.Maria di Zevio (Verona) Italy
Tel. +39 045 6060411 r.a. - Fax +39 045 6060417 - E-mail:fimap@fimap.com - www.fimap.com
37
FIMAP spa
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1 - 37050 S.Maria di Zevio (Verona) Italy
Tel. +39 045 6060411 r.a. - Fax +39 045 6060417 - E-mail:fimap@fimap.com - www.fimap.com
38
FIMAP spa
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1 - 37050 S.Maria di Zevio (Verona) Italy
Tel. +39 045 6060411 r.a. - Fax +39 045 6060417 - E-mail:fimap@fimap.com - www.fimap.com
39
FIMAP spa
Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1 - 37050 S.Maria di Zevio (Verona) Italy
Tel. +39 045 6060411 r.a. - Fax +39 045 6060417 - E-mail:fimap@fimap.com - www.fimap.com
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