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Original operating instructions

Document number: 150000762_06_ us

Version: 26/08/2020

BM105-14

Mower conditioner

BiG M 450 CV

From machine number: 1042935

Contact

Mailing address

Krone North America, Inc.

P.O. Box 18880

Memphis, TN 38181-0880

USA

Phone

Fax

E-mail

Internet

Physical address

Krone North America, Inc.

3363 Miac Cove

Memphis, TN 38118

USA

+1 901 842-6011

+1 901 842-6016 [email protected]

www.krone-northamerica.com

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Vehicle identification number

Year of manufacture

Contact data of your dealer

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BiG M 450 CV

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2.5.2

2.5.3

2.5.4

2.6

2.7

2.7.1

2.7.2

2.8

2.4.10

2.4.11

2.4.12

2.4.13

2.4.14

2.4.15

2.4.16

2.4.17

2.4.18

2.4.19

2.4.20

2.4.21

2.4.22

2.4.23

2.5

2.5.1

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.4

2.4.1

2.4.2

2.4.3

2.4.4

2.4.5

2.4.6

2.4.7

2.4.8

2.4.9

1

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5.1

1.5.2

1.5.3

1.5.4

1.5.5

1.5.6

1.5.7

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4

4.1

4.1.1

4.2

4.3

4.4

4.5

BiG M 450 CV

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Table of contents

Information on This Document...............................................................................................  10

Validity .......................................................................................................................................  10

Re-ordering ................................................................................................................................  10

Applicable documents................................................................................................................  10

Target group of this document ...................................................................................................  10

How to use this document .........................................................................................................  10

Directories and references.........................................................................................................  10

Information on direction .............................................................................................................  11

Term “machine”..........................................................................................................................  11

Figures .......................................................................................................................................  11

Scope of the document ..............................................................................................................  11

Means of representation ............................................................................................................  11

Conversion table ........................................................................................................................  13

Safety ........................................................................................................................................  16

Intended use ..............................................................................................................................  16

Reasonably foreseeable misuse................................................................................................  16

Service life of the machine.........................................................................................................  17

Basic safety instructions ............................................................................................................  17

Importance of operating instructions..........................................................................................  17

Personnel qualification of the operating personnel ....................................................................  17

Personnel qualification of the technicians..................................................................................  18

Children in danger .....................................................................................................................  18

Structural modifications on the machine ....................................................................................  18

Additional equipment and spare parts .......................................................................................  18

Jobs on the machine..................................................................................................................  19

Operational safety: Technically sound condition .......................................................................  19

Danger zones ............................................................................................................................  20

Ensuring functionality of safety devices .....................................................................................  22

Personal protective equipment ..................................................................................................  22

Safety markings on the machine ...............................................................................................  23

Road safety................................................................................................................................  23

Parking the machine safely .......................................................................................................  24

Consumables .............................................................................................................................  24

Chemicals ..................................................................................................................................  25

Dangers arising from environment.............................................................................................  25

Sources of danger on the machine ............................................................................................  26

Dangers in connection with certain activities: climbing up and down ........................................  28

Dangers in connection with certain activities: Working on the machine ....................................  28

Dangers in connection with certain activities: checking and charging batteries ........................  30

Dangers in connection with certain activities: working on wheels and tyres..............................  30

Behaviour in dangerous situations and in case of accidents .....................................................  30

Safety routines ...........................................................................................................................  31

Shutting down and safeguarding the machine...........................................................................  31

Securing raised machine and machine parts against lowering..................................................  31

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely.......................................  32

Running actuator test.................................................................................................................  32

Safety labels on the machine.....................................................................................................  32

Safety features...........................................................................................................................  54

SMV emblem .............................................................................................................................  56

Fire extinguisher ........................................................................................................................  57

Information labels on the machine .............................................................................................  57

Data memory ............................................................................................................................  63

Machine Description................................................................................................................  64

Machine overview ......................................................................................................................  64

Content of the storage compartments on the machine ..............................................................  65

Road travel lighting ....................................................................................................................  66

Working lights ............................................................................................................................  66

Labelling ....................................................................................................................................  67

Function description...................................................................................................................  68

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Table of contents

5

5.1

5.1.1

5.1.2

5.1.3

5.1.4

5.1.5

5.2

7

7.1

7.2

7.3

7.4

7.5

7.6

6

6.5.1

6.5.1.1

6.5.1.2

6.5.1.3

6.5.1.4

6.5.1.5

6.5.1.6

6.5.1.7

6.5.1.8

6.5.2

6.6

6.7

6.8

6.9

6.10

6.11

6.1

6.2

6.3

6.3.1

6.3.1.1

6.3.1.2

6.3.1.3

6.3.1.4

6.3.1.5

6.3.1.6

6.3.2

6.3.3

6.4

6.5

6.11.1

6.11.2

6.11.3

6.11.4

6.11.5

6.11.6

6.11.7

6.11.8

6.12

6.12.1

6.12.2

6.12.3

6.12.4

Technical Data..........................................................................................................................  69

Consumables .............................................................................................................................  71

Oils.............................................................................................................................................  72

Lubricating grease .....................................................................................................................  74

Coolant ......................................................................................................................................  74

Refrigerant (air conditioning) .....................................................................................................  74

Fuel/urea....................................................................................................................................  74

Tyres ..........................................................................................................................................  74

Control and Display Elements ................................................................................................  75

Overview of operating elements ................................................................................................  75

Opening doors and windows of cabin .......................................................................................  75

Control and display elements on the steering column ...............................................................  78

Steering column switch ..............................................................................................................  78

Activating horn ...........................................................................................................................  78

Switching direction indicators on/off ..........................................................................................  79

Switching parking light/dipped beam on/off ...............................................................................  79

Switching full beam on/off ..........................................................................................................  80

Actuating headlamp flasher .......................................................................................................  81

Switching windshield wipers on/off ...........................................................................................  81

Indicator and warning lamps ......................................................................................................  82

Switching the flashing warning light on/off .................................................................................  83

Actuating service brake .............................................................................................................  83

Lighting ......................................................................................................................................  84

Light control unit ........................................................................................................................  84

Road travel lighting ....................................................................................................................  85

Working lights ............................................................................................................................  86

Switching and saving working lights via “Memory” key..............................................................  87

Warning beacons .......................................................................................................................  87

Ladder lighting ...........................................................................................................................  88

Maintenance lighting ..................................................................................................................  89

Wiper on left/on right..................................................................................................................  90

Setting mirror .............................................................................................................................  90

Interior lighting ...........................................................................................................................  92

Operating elements on control lever ..........................................................................................  93

Control and display elements on the keypad .............................................................................  95

Main mode switch ......................................................................................................................  97

Quick-stop switch.......................................................................................................................  98

Ignition lock ................................................................................................................................  98

Automatic climate control...........................................................................................................  99

Overview of automatic climate control .......................................................................................  99

Switching on automatic climate control....................................................................................  100

Setting cabin temperature........................................................................................................  101

Switching air conditioning mode on/off ....................................................................................  102

Switching REHEAT mode on/off ..............................................................................................  102

Manually setting the evaporator fan speed ..............................................................................  103

Switching temperature display between degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit ................  104

Malfunctions indicated on display ............................................................................................  104

Sockets ....................................................................................................................................  106

Cigarette lighter 12 V/24 V socket ...........................................................................................  106

12 V sockets ............................................................................................................................  106

Diagnostics sockets .................................................................................................................  107

USB connection .......................................................................................................................  107

Terminal ..................................................................................................................................  108

Display design .........................................................................................................................  108

Description display...................................................................................................................  109

Navigation module ...................................................................................................................  109

Possible terminals....................................................................................................................  111

Input window ............................................................................................................................  111

Selection window .....................................................................................................................  113

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10.1

10.2

10.3

10.4

10.5

10.6

9

9.1

9.2

9.3

9.3.1

9.4

9.5

8

8.1

8.2

8.2.1

8.2.2

8.3

8.3.1

8.3.2

8.3.3

8.4

8.5

8.6

8.7

12

12.1

12.2

12.3

12.4

12.5

12.6

12.7

12.8

12.9

11

11.1

11.2

11.2.1

11.2.1.1

11.2.1.2

11.2.2

11.2.3

11.2.4

11.2.5

11.2.6

11.3

11.3.1

11.3.2

11.3.3

11.3.4

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13.1

13.1.1

13.1.2

Table of contents

Terminal machine functions .................................................................................................  115

Status line ................................................................................................................................  116

Malfunctions indicated on malfunction warning panel .............................................................  119

Warning lamps – urea tank filling level ....................................................................................  120

Warning lamps – urea quality, errors or manipulation on the exhaust aftertreatment system .  120

Keys in the title bar ..................................................................................................................  121

“Counters” menu ......................................................................................................................  122

“Error” menu.............................................................................................................................  130

Main menu ...............................................................................................................................  134

Direct input “Field mode” .........................................................................................................  135

Information area.......................................................................................................................  135

Engine and driving data display range.....................................................................................  136

Traction drive indicator lights ...................................................................................................  138

Terminal – Menus...................................................................................................................  142

Menu structure .........................................................................................................................  142

Bringing up menu level ............................................................................................................  149

Navigating in menus ................................................................................................................  150

Changing/saving parameter.....................................................................................................  150

“Diagnostics” menu explanation ..............................................................................................  150

Menu "key test" explanation.....................................................................................................  152

Initial operation ......................................................................................................................  154

Checklist for initial operation ....................................................................................................  154

Mounting fire extinguisher........................................................................................................  155

Mounting licence plate .............................................................................................................  155

Mounting guard cloths .............................................................................................................  155

Installing the blades .................................................................................................................  161

Mounting the anti-twist lock on the lighting module .................................................................  162

Start-up ...................................................................................................................................  163

Check before start-up ..............................................................................................................  163

Setting driver’s seat .................................................................................................................  164

Air-cushioned comfort seat ......................................................................................................  164

Operating air-cushioned comfort seat (for "Standard" version) ...............................................  165

Operating air-cushioned comfort seat (for "ACTIVO" version).................................................  167

Steering column adjustment ....................................................................................................  171

Setting the terminal ..................................................................................................................  172

Sun visor ..................................................................................................................................  173

Adjustable air nozzles ..............................................................................................................  173

Inside rear mirror......................................................................................................................  174

General aspects.......................................................................................................................  174

Instructional seat......................................................................................................................  174

Cooling box (version with "Insulated thermobox") ...................................................................  175

Topping up fresh water ............................................................................................................  175

Drawer for first-aid kit and operating instructions ....................................................................  175

Commissioning – mowing operation ...................................................................................  177

Setting SectionControl .............................................................................................................  177

Connecting the front mounted mower......................................................................................  179

Decoupling the front mounted mower ......................................................................................  183

Mounting the side mounted mowers ........................................................................................  185

Dismounting the side mounted mowers...................................................................................  188

Mounting component group for swathing.................................................................................  192

Dismounting component group for swathing ...........................................................................  195

Mounting the cross conveyor ...................................................................................................  197

Dismounting the cross conveyor..............................................................................................  200

Driving and Transport ...........................................................................................................  204

Preparing the machine for road travel .....................................................................................  204

Transport position ....................................................................................................................  204

Checking lockings of lateral mowers .......................................................................................  205

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14.1

14.1.1

14.1.2

14.1.2.1

14.1.3

14.1.4

14.1.5

14.2

14.3

14.3.1

14.3.2

14.4

14.4.1

14.4.2

14.5

14.6

13.1.3

13.2

13.2.1

13.3

13.4

13.4.1

13.4.2

13.4.3

13.4.3.1

13.4.4

13.5

13.5.1

13.5.2

13.6

13.7

13.8

13.9

13.10

13.11

13.11.1

13.12

13.12.1

13.12.2

15

15.1

15.1.1

15.1.2

15.1.3

15.2

15.2.1

15.2.2

15.2.3

15.2.4

15.2.5

15.2.6

15.2.7

15.2.8

15.3

15.3.1

15.3.2

15.3.3

15.3.4

15.3.5

Checking side guards of lateral mowers ..................................................................................  205

Starting engine.........................................................................................................................  206

Observing indicator and warning lamps...................................................................................  208

Behaviour after the engine has stalled ....................................................................................  208

Starting up the machine ...........................................................................................................  209

Setting the acceleration behaviour ..........................................................................................  209

Notices on driving the machine................................................................................................  210

Driving forwards and stopping .................................................................................................  210

Cruise control...........................................................................................................................  211

Driving backward and stopping................................................................................................  212

Stopping the machine ..............................................................................................................  212

Stopping machine by using control lever .................................................................................  213

Stopping machine with the service brake ................................................................................  214

Applying parking brake ............................................................................................................  214

Switching off the engine...........................................................................................................  216

Fitting wheel chocks ................................................................................................................  216

Main battery switch ..................................................................................................................  217

Parking the machine ................................................................................................................  218

Recovering the Machine ..........................................................................................................  218

Release the parking brake manually .......................................................................................  219

Preparing the machine for shipment ........................................................................................  220

Lashing the machine................................................................................................................  220

Removing the machine wheels ................................................................................................  221

Operation ................................................................................................................................  222

Field Mode ...............................................................................................................................  222

Working position ......................................................................................................................  222

Field mode on slopes...............................................................................................................  223

Moving front mounted mower into the central position ............................................................  223

Operating mowers ...................................................................................................................  224

Fast change of direction of travel (fast reversing)....................................................................  225

Switching the mower drive on and off ......................................................................................  226

Folding up/folding down side guards .......................................................................................  227

Front guard ..............................................................................................................................  229

Folding up the front guard........................................................................................................  229

Fold down the front guard ........................................................................................................  230

Operating support jack.............................................................................................................  230

Moving support jack into transport position .............................................................................  230

Moving support jack into support position................................................................................  231

PowerSplit................................................................................................................................  231

Operating SectionControl ........................................................................................................  232

Settings...................................................................................................................................  234

Setting in the terminal ..............................................................................................................  234

Manual settings........................................................................................................................  234

Setting cutting height ...............................................................................................................  235

Setting the mower relief ...........................................................................................................  236

Settings on front mounted mower ............................................................................................  237

Setting the side guards on the front mounted mower ..............................................................  237

Set conditioner speed ..............................................................................................................  238

Setting the degree of conditioning ...........................................................................................  239

Increasing cutting height at front mounted mower with high-cut skids ....................................  239

Setting wide spreading ............................................................................................................  239

Setting swath width ..................................................................................................................  240

Checking deflector sheets .......................................................................................................  241

Setting the lifting height at the front mounted mower ..............................................................  241

Settings on the side mounted mowers.....................................................................................  242

Setting the side guards on the side mounted mowers .............................................................  242

Checking/setting locking of side guards ..................................................................................  243

Setting the conditioner speed ..................................................................................................  244

Setting the auger speed...........................................................................................................  244

Adjusting the scraper sheet .....................................................................................................  248

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17.1

17.2

17.2.1

17.3

17.3.1

17.3.2

17.4

17.5

17.6

17.7

17.8

17.9

17.10

17.11

17.12

17.12.1

17.12.2

17.12.3

17.12.4

17.12.5

17.13

17.14

18

18.1

18.2

18.2.1

18.2.2

18.2.3

18.2.4

18.2.5

15.3.6

15.3.7

15.3.8

15.3.9

15.3.10

15.3.11

16

16.1

16.1.1

16.1.2

16.1.3

16.1.4

16.1.5

16.1.6

16.1.7

16.1.8

16.1.9

16.1.10

16.1.11

16.1.12

16.1.13

16.1.14

16.1.15

16.1.16

16.1.17

16.1.18

16.2

16.3

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Setting the degree of conditioning ...........................................................................................  249

Increasing the cutting height at the side mounted mowers by means of high-cut skids ..........  249

Setting wide spreading ............................................................................................................  250

Setting wide spreading sheet...................................................................................................  251

Impact damage protection system ...........................................................................................  251

Dismounting the bottom flap ....................................................................................................  252

Maintenance - General Information......................................................................................  253

Maintenance table ...................................................................................................................  254

Maintenance – Before the season ...........................................................................................  254

Maintenance – After the season ..............................................................................................  255

Maintenance - once after 1 hour .............................................................................................  256

Maintenance – 6 times after every 10 hours............................................................................  256

Maintenance - Once after 50 hours .........................................................................................  256

Maintenance – Once after 500 hours ......................................................................................  256

Maintenance – Once after 1,000 km........................................................................................  257

Maintenance – at the beginning of the cold season ................................................................  257

Maintenance - Every 10 hours, but at least once a day...........................................................  257

Maintenance - Every 50 hours .................................................................................................  258

Maintenance - every 100 hours ...............................................................................................  258

Maintenance - every 250 hours ...............................................................................................  259

Maintenance - Every 500 hours ...............................................................................................  259

Maintenance - every 1,000 hours but at least at the end of the season ..................................  260

Maintenance – Every 1,000 hours, but at least before the season..........................................  261

Maintenance – Every 2,000 hours ..........................................................................................  261

Maintenance – Every 2 years ..................................................................................................  262

Maintenance - as required .......................................................................................................  262

Tightening torques ...................................................................................................................  262

Cleaning the machine ..............................................................................................................  265

Maintenance - Engine ............................................................................................................  267

Engine overview .....................................................................................................................  268

Dirt deposits in engine compartment .......................................................................................  268

Cleaning engine compartment with compressed air ................................................................  268

Engine oil level.........................................................................................................................  269

Checking engine oil level ........................................................................................................  269

Topping up engine oil ..............................................................................................................  270

Cleaning fuel tank ....................................................................................................................  270

Fuel prefilter/water separator ...................................................................................................  271

Refuelling .................................................................................................................................  272

Urea filter .................................................................................................................................  273

Topping up urea solution .........................................................................................................  274

Vent fuel filter ...........................................................................................................................  276

Engine coolant .........................................................................................................................  277

Checking the engine coolant level ...........................................................................................  278

Checking engine piping ...........................................................................................................  279

Checking pipework in the air conditioning and heating system ...............................................  279

Check pipework of the engine cooling system and the charge air...........................................  280

Checking pipework of the air intake .........................................................................................  280

Checking fuel lines...................................................................................................................  281

Check pipework of the exhaust aftertreatment system ............................................................  281

Cleaning air filter ......................................................................................................................  282

Shutting down the diesel engine ..............................................................................................  283

Maintenance – Basic Machine ..............................................................................................  285

Checking/refilling windscreen washer system .........................................................................  285

Maintaining air conditioning and heating .................................................................................  286

Components of air conditioning ...............................................................................................  286

Carrying out a visual inspection at the receiver/dryer ..............................................................  287

Checking the condition and filling quantity of refrigerant ........................................................  288

Replacing/cleaning fresh air filter.............................................................................................  289

Replacing/cleaning circulation filter .........................................................................................  289

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22.1

22.2

22.3

22.4

22.5

21

21.1

21.2

21.3

21.4

21.5

21.6

23

19

19.1

19.2

19.3

19.4

19.4.1

19.4.2

19.4.3

19.4.4

19.4.5

19.4.6

19.4.7

19.4.8

19.5

19.6

19.6.1

19.6.2

19.6.2.1

19.6.2.2

19.6.2.3

19.6.3

19.6.4

19.7

19.8

19.9

18.3

18.4

18.4.1

18.4.2

18.4.3

18.5

18.5.1

18.5.2

18.5.3

18.6

18.6.1

18.6.2

18.7

18.8

18.9

20

20.1

20.2

20.3

Cleaning cooler and cooler compartment ................................................................................  290

Maintaining chassis .................................................................................................................  291

Checking attachment of steering cylinder ................................................................................  291

Checking fitting of track rod .....................................................................................................  291

Checking the hub cover of the rear axle, with front wheel drive version..................................  292

Maintaining belt drives ............................................................................................................  292

Checking kraftband ..................................................................................................................  292

Checking pulley .......................................................................................................................  292

Checking the belt tension ........................................................................................................  293

Maintaining tyres and wheels ..................................................................................................  294

Checking/maintaining tyres......................................................................................................  294

Retighten wheel nuts ...............................................................................................................  295

Tighten the screw connections on the central support/chassis ...............................................  295

Re-adjust the transport lock .....................................................................................................  296

Checking the fire extinguisher .................................................................................................  296

Maintenance – mowing units ................................................................................................  298

Dismounting/mounting the conditioner drive guard .................................................................  298

Dismounting/mounting the guard for the front mounted mower input gearbox ........................  299

Dismounting/mounting the guard of the auger drive ................................................................  299

Maintaining belt drives .............................................................................................................  300

Checking kraftband ..................................................................................................................  300

Checking pulley .......................................................................................................................  300

Checking/adjusting the belt tension of the front mounted mower conditioner drive.................  301

Tensioning/detensioning the conditioner drive belt tension front mounted mower ..................  301

Checking/setting belt tension of auger drive ............................................................................  303

Relieving/tensioning belt drive of auger drive ..........................................................................  303

Changing kraftband “belt drive side mounted mowers” ...........................................................  304

Change kraftband "belt drive of front mounted mower" ...........................................................  308

Checking the tines on the tine conditioner ...............................................................................  309

Cutterbar ..................................................................................................................................  310

Rotary hub ...............................................................................................................................  310

Check/change blades ..............................................................................................................  312

Checking the blade for wear ....................................................................................................  312

Changing blades for the “blade screw connection” version .....................................................  313

Changing blades for the “blade quick fastener” version ..........................................................  314

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar ...................................................................................  315

Oil level inspection and oil change on the cutter bar ...............................................................  316

Check guard cloths ..................................................................................................................  320

Vent friction clutch ...................................................................................................................  321

Raising mowers .......................................................................................................................  323

Maintenance - Lubrication ....................................................................................................  326

Lubricating universal shafts .....................................................................................................  326

Lubricate the intermediate gear ...............................................................................................  328

Lubrication chart - machine .....................................................................................................  329

Maintenance – Central Lubrication System .......................................................................  332

Distributor blocks of central lubrication system........................................................................  332

Lubricants ................................................................................................................................  336

Filling the lubricant tank ...........................................................................................................  337

Check filling level .....................................................................................................................  338

Starting intermediate lubrication ..............................................................................................  338

Searching for the error in the central lubrication system .........................................................  339

Maintenance - Hydraulic System..........................................................................................  340

Pressure limiting valves ...........................................................................................................  340

Hydraulic oil .............................................................................................................................  341

Maintaining hydraulic oil tank...................................................................................................  341

Changing high-pressure filter...................................................................................................  344

Checking hydraulic hoses ........................................................................................................  344

Maintenance – Electrics ........................................................................................................  345

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24.2

24.3

24.4

24.5

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25.3

25.4

25.5

25.6

25.7

25.8

25.1

25.1.1

25.1.2

25.1.3

25.1.4

25.1.5

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26.1

26.2

26.3

26.4

26.5

26.5.1

26.6

26.7

26.8

26.8.1

26.8.2

26.9

26.10

26.11

26.12

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Batteries...................................................................................................................................  346

Cleaning and maintaining batteries .........................................................................................  346

Charging batteries ...................................................................................................................  347

Replacing batteries .................................................................................................................  347

Maintaining starter ...................................................................................................................  350

Maintenance - Gearbox .........................................................................................................  351

Overview of gearboxes ............................................................................................................  351

Maintaining transfer gearbox ...................................................................................................  352

Maintaining input gearbox of front mounted mower.................................................................  354

Maintaining main gearbox of front mounted mower.................................................................  355

Maintain main gearbox of side mounted mowers ....................................................................  356

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox ...............................................................................................  357

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox front/right ...............................................................................  357

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy..........................................................................................  359

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics .................................................................................  359

Overview of control units .........................................................................................................  359

Overview of fuses ....................................................................................................................  359

Overview sensors ....................................................................................................................  363

Overview of actuators ..............................................................................................................  364

Error list....................................................................................................................................  365

External starting of the machine ..............................................................................................  462

Calibrate mower load relief ......................................................................................................  463

Calibrate traction drive .............................................................................................................  464

Calibrate rear axle straight-ahead position ..............................................................................  464

Calibrating cutting height .........................................................................................................  465

Finely calibrating the cutting height .........................................................................................  467

Calibrating end positions of the mowers ..................................................................................  468

Repairs, maintenance and settings by technicians ...........................................................  471

Setting the sensors ..................................................................................................................  471

Car jack contact points ............................................................................................................  472

Jacking up the machine ...........................................................................................................  473

Calibrating the front and rear axle ...........................................................................................  476

Maintaining the rear axle with front wheel drive version ..........................................................  481

Checking the hub bearing of the rear axle, with front wheel drive version ..............................  481

Change engine coolant ............................................................................................................  482

Changing the filter of the transfer gearbox ..............................................................................  483

Emergency manual operation ..................................................................................................  483

Emergency unfolding of the side mounted mowers .................................................................  484

Emergency unfolding of the side mounted mowers .................................................................  487

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub ...............................................................................  490

Checking/replacing retaining bolts ...........................................................................................  492

Checking/replacing blade carrier .............................................................................................  493

Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums.......................................................................  495

Checking the wear limit on cutting discs/mower drums ...........................................................  496

Waste disposal.......................................................................................................................  497

Appendix.................................................................................................................................  498

Parameter list...........................................................................................................................  498

Index........................................................................................................................................  518

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Information on This Document

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5.1

Validity

This document is valid for machines of type:

BM105-14 (BiG M 450 CV)

All information, illustrations and technical data in this document correspond to the latest state at the time of publication.

We reserve the right to make design changes at any time and without notification of reasons.

Re-ordering

You can request a replacement document if this document became completely or partly unusable, or if you need it in a different language. Please specify the document number shown on the cover page in your order. Alternatively, you can download the document online from

KRONE MEDIA https://media.krone.de

.

Applicable documents

To ensure that the machine is used safely and as intended, observe the following further applicable documents.

• Operating instructions for diesel engine, Liebherr Machines Bulle S.A.

• Operating instructions for universal shaft

• Circuit diagram, KRONE

• Spare parts list, KRONE

Target group of this document

This document aims at the operator of the machine who fulfills the minimum requirements of personnel qualification,

see Page 17 .

How to use this document

Directories and references

Contents/headers

The contents and headers in this document ensure quick orientation in the chapters.

Index

The index contains catchwords in alphabetical order which enable to find information on a desired topic easily. The index can be found on the last pages of this document.

Cross references

Cross references to another place in the document or to another document are in the text with page number.

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1.5.3

1.5.4

1.5.5

1.5.6

Information on This Document

How to use this document

Examples:

Check the tight seat of all screws on the machine, see Page 11

. ( INFO : If you use an electronic version of this document, click on the link to go to the specified page.)

• For further information, refer to the operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

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Information on direction

Directional information in this document, such as front, rear, right and left, applies in the direction of travel of the machine.

Term “machine”

Throughout the rest of this document, the “mower conditioner” will also be referred to as the

“machine”.

Figures

The figures in this document do not always represent the exact machine type. The information that refers to the figure always corresponds to the machine type of this document.

Scope of the document

In addition to standard equipment, accessories kits and versions of the machine are described in this document. Your machine may deviate from this document.

Means of representation

Icons in the text

The following means of representation (icons) are used to present the text more clearly:

This arrow characterizes an action step . Several arrows in a row identify a sequence of actions to be performed step by step.

This icon identifies a prerequisite that has to be fulfilled to perform an action step or a sequence of actions.

This arrow marks the intermediate result of an action step.

This arrow identifies the result of an action step or sequence of actions.

This bullet point identifies an enumeration . If the bullet point is intended, it identifies the second level of the enumeration.

Icons in figures

The following icons can be used in illustrations:

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Icon

1

X

LH

Explanation

Reference sign for part

Dimensions (e. g. also W = width,

H = height, L = length)

Left side of machine

Direction of travel

Reference line for visible material

Centre line

Open

Apply liquid lubricant (e.g. lubricating oil)

Icon

I

RH

Explanation

Position of a part (e.g. move from position I to position II)

Magnification of display detail

Right side of machine

Direction of motion

Reference line for covered material

Cable routes

Closed

Apply lubricating grease

Warning signs

Warnings of dangers are separated from the remaining text as warning signs and are identified with a danger sign and signal words.

The warning signs must be read and the measures must be observed in order to prevent personal injury.

Explanation of danger sign

This is the danger sign that warns of a risk of injury.

Please observe all notes marked with the danger sign in order to avoid injuries or death.

Explanation of signal words

DANGER

The signal word DANGER warns of a hazardous situation which will result in serious injuries or death if the warning sign is ignored.

WARNING

The signal word WARNING warns of a hazardous situation which will result in serious injuries or death if the warning sign is ignored.

CAUTION

The signal word CAUTION warns of a hazardous situation which will result in minor to moderate injuries if the warning sign is ignored.

Example of a warning sign:

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WARNING

Eye damage caused by flying dirt particles

When cleaning with compressed air, dirt particles are ejected at high speed and could get into the eyes. Therefore eyes could be hurt.

„ Keep people away from the working area.

„ Wear personal protective equipment when performing cleaning work with compressed air

(e.g. eye protection).

Warnings of property damage/environmental damage

Warnings of property/environmental damage are separated from the remaining text and marked with "Notice".

Example:

NOTICE

Gearbox damage due to low oil level

The gearboxes could be damaged when the oil level is too low.

„ Check gear oil level at regular intervals and top up oil, if necessary.

„ Check gear oil level approx. 3 to 4 hours after the machine has been switched off. Check oil level only when machine is in horizontal position.

Notes with information and recommendations

Additional information and recommendations for trouble-free and productive operation of the machine are separated from the remaining text and marked with “Information”.

Example:

INFO

Each safety label is provided with an order number and can be ordered directly from the manufacturer or from the authorized specialist dealer.

Conversion table

The following table can be used to convert metric units into US units.

Size

Area

Volume flow Litres per minute L/min

Cubic metres per hour m³/h

Force

Length

Power

SI units (metric)

Unit name Abbreviation

Hectare ha

Newton

Millimetre

Metre

Kilowatt

N mm m kW

Factor

2.47105

0.2642

4.4029

0.2248

0.03937

3.2808

1.3410

Inch-pound units

Unit name

Acre

US gallons per minute

Pound force

Inch

Foot

Horsepower

Abbreviation acres gpm lbf in.

ft.

hp

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Size

Pressure

Torque

SI units (metric)

Unit name Abbreviation

Kilopascal kPa

Megapascal bar (non-SI)

Newtonmeter

MPa bar

Nm

Factor

0.1450

145.0377

14.5038

0.7376

Temperature Degrees Celsius °C

Velocity

Volumes

Weight

Metres per minute

Metres per second

Kilometres per hour

Litres

Millilitre

Cubic centimetre

Kilogram m/min m/s km/h

L ml cm³ kg

8.8507

°Cx1.8+32

3.2808

3.2808

0.6215

0.2642

0.0338

0.0610

2.2046

Inch-pound units

Unit name Abbreviation

Pounds per square inch psi pound-foot or foot-pound ft∙lbf pound-inch or inch-pound

Degrees

Fahrenheit in∙lbf

°F

Feet per minute ft/min

Feet per second ft/s

Miles per hour mph

US gallon

US ounce

Cubic inch

US gal.

US oz.

in³

Pound lbs

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Intended use

Safety

2.1

2.2

Intended use

This machine is a self-propelled mower conditioner with 3 disc mowers with integrated mower conditioners and is used to mow crops.

The crops designated for the intended use of this machine are stalk and leaf crops growing on the ground. This includes different live agricultural grasses and legume crops from early stage up to the end of the photosynthetic process.

The machine is designed exclusively for use in agriculture and may only be used when

• all safety devices are available according to the operating instructions and are located in the protective position.

• all safety instructions of the operating instructions have been observed and complied with,

both in chapter “Basic safety instructions”, see Page 17 , and directly in the chapters of the

operating instructions.

The machine may be used only by people who satisfy the personnel qualification requirements

designated by the machine manufacturer, see Page 17

.

These operating instructions are part of the machine and must therefore be at hand when the machine is in use. The machine may be operated only when the operator has received training and in compliance with these operating instructions.

If the machine is used for applications which are not described in these operating instructions, this may result in serious injuries or death and damage to the machine and other property.

Unauthorised modifications to the machine may affect the properties of the machine or disrupt the proper operation. For this reason, unauthorised modifications shall exclude any liability of the manufacturer for consequential damage.

The intended use shall also include the adherence to the operating, maintenance and repair conditions set by the manufacturer.

Reasonably foreseeable misuse

Any use beyond the intended use

see Page 16 is regarded as improper use and is therefore

misuse according to the Machinery Directive. The manufacturer is not liable for damage resulting from this, the user alone bears the risk.

Such misuse is for example:

Processing of crops which are outside the intended use of the machine, see Page 16 , such

as:

• Undergrowth or bushes

• Dead plants such as straw or maize stalks

• Woody or very fibrous plants such as trees, cotton stalks or sugar cane

• Transport of people

• Transport of goods

• Exceeding the permitted technical gross weight

• Non-compliance with the safety labels on the machine and safety notes in the operating instructions

• Performing troubleshooting, setting, cleaning, repair and maintenance work contrary to the information in the operating instructions

• Unauthorised modifications to the machine

• Attachment of unauthorised or unapproved additional equipment

• Use of spare parts which are not KRONE original spare parts

• Stationary operation of the machine

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2.4

2.4.1

2.4.2

Safety

Service life of the machine

Unauthorised modifications to the machine may affect the properties of the machine or disrupt proper operation. For this reason, unauthorised modifications will exclude any liability of the manufacturer for consequential damage.

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Service life of the machine

• The service life of this machine depends on its proper operation and maintenance as well as the operating and harvesting conditions.

• By heeding the instructions and information in these operating instructions, permanent operational readiness and a long service life of the machine can be achieved.

• After each operating season, inspect the entire machine for wear and other damage.

• Replace damaged and worn components before recommissioning the machine.

• Carry out a full technical inspection of the machine after five years of machine operation and make a decision on further machine usage taking the results of this inspection into account.

• Theoretically, the service life of this machine is unlimited as all worn or damaged components can be replaced.

Basic safety instructions

Non-compliance with the safety instructions and warnings

Non-compliance with the safety instructions and warnings may result in injuries and damage to the environment and property.

Importance of operating instructions

The operating instructions are an important document and a part of the machine. They are intended for the user and contain information relevant to safety.

Only the procedures indicated in the operating instructions are reliable. If the operating instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Before using the machine for the first time, read and follow all the "Basic safety instructions".

„ Before working, also read and observe the respective sections in the operating instructions.

„ Keep the operating instructions easily accessible for the machine user at all times.

„ Hand over the operating instructions to subsequent users.

Personnel qualification of the operating personnel

If the machine is not used properly, people may be seriously injured or killed. To avoid accidents, each person who works with the machine must satisfy the following minimum requirements:

• He is physically capable of controlling the machine.

• He can work safely with the machine in accordance with these operating instructions.

• He understands the method of operation of the machine within the scope of his work and can identify and avoid the dangers associated with the work.

• He has read the operating instructions and can implement the information in the operating instructions accordingly.

• He is familiar with driving vehicles safely.

• For road travel he has adequate knowledge of the highway code and has the stipulated driving licence.

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

Personnel qualification of the technicians

If the work (assembly, conversion, modification, extension, repairs, retrofitting) is performed improperly on the machine, people may be seriously or fatally injured. To avoid accidents, everyone who performs work according to these instructions must meet the following minimum requirements:

• Qualified professional, with relevant training.

• Capable of assembling the (partially) disassembled machine according to the assembly instructions provided by the manufacturer.

• Capable of extending, modifying or repairing the function of the machine according to the relevant instructions provided by the manufacturer.

• Ability to perform the work safely according to these instructions.

• Understands the mode of operation of the work to be performed and the machine and is able to identify and avoid risk in carrying out the necessary work.

• Has read these instructions and is able to implement the information explained in these instructions accordingly.

2.4.4

Children in danger

Children are not in a position to assess dangers and behave unpredictably.

Thus children are particularly at risk.

• Children are especially at risk when climbing up and down the machine.

• There is no possibility to secure children sufficiently on the self-propelled machine.

• Vibrations can be particularly harmful to children's bodies.

• Children may initiate dangerous movements of the machine.

„ Never take children on the self-propelled harvester.

„ Keep children away from the machine.

„ Keep children away from consumables.

„ Make sure that there are no children in the danger zone, especially when starting and triggering machine movements.

2.4.5

2.4.6

Structural modifications on the machine

Structural changes and enhancements may impair the functionality and operational safety of the machine. People may be seriously injured or killed as a result.

Structural changes and enhancements are not permitted.

Additional equipment and spare parts

Additional equipment and spare parts that do not correspond to the requirements of the manufacturer may affect the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.

„ To ensure operational safety, use original parts or standard parts which correspond to the requirements of the manufacturer.

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Jobs on the machine

Control of moving machine

The moving machine requires that the driver/operator is able to react quickly at any time.

Otherwise, the machine may move uncontrollably and cause serious injuries and death.

„ Start the engine from the driver's seat only.

„ While the vehicle is travelling, never leave the driver's seat.

„ Never climb in or out of the machine while the machine is moving.

Control of the machine during operation

While the machine is in operation, always ensure that the drivers/operators can intervene quickly at any time in the machine control. Otherwise, the machine may move in an uncontrolled manner and seriously injure or kill people.

When the machine is in operation, the driver/operator must be in the cabin.

On-board instructors when using the machine for work (passenger seat)

On-board instructors may fall and be injured due to movements of the machine.

• Never use the passenger seat for road travel.

• Use the passenger seat for instruction purposes during operation in the field only.

Passengers

Passengers may be seriously injured by the machine or fall off the machine and run over.

Ejected objects may strike and injure passengers.

„ Never carry passengers on the machine.

Operational safety: Technically sound condition

Operation only after proper commissioning

The operational safety of the machine is not guaranteed without proper commissioning in accordance with these operating instructions. This may result in accidents and people may be seriously or fatally injured.

„ Use the machine only after proper commissioning,

see Page 163

.

Technically sound state of the machine

Improper maintenance and setting could influence the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ All maintenance and setting work must be performed according to the chapters

“Maintenance and Setting”.

„ Before performing any maintenance and setting work, shut down and safeguard the machine,

see Page 31

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Basic safety instructions

Danger resulting from damage to the machine

Damage to the machine may impair the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.

As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed. The following parts of the machine are particularly important for safety:

• Brakes

• Steering

• Safety Devices

• Connecting devices

• Lighting

• Hydraulics

• Tyres

• Universal shaft

If there are doubts about the operational safety of the machine, for example due to an unexpected change to the operational behaviour, visible damage or leaking consumables:

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Immediately eliminate potential causes of damage, for example heavy soiling, or tighten slack screws.

„ Determine the cause of damage according to these operating instructions and repair the

damage, if possible, see Page 359

.

„ In case of damage which may affect operational safety and cannot be repaired according to these operating instructions: Have damage repaired by a qualified service centre.

Technical limit values

If the technical limit values of the machine are not observed, the machine may be damaged. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously or fatally injured. With regard to safety, it is especially important to observe the following technical limit values:

• Maximum permitted total weight

• Maximum permitted axle loads

• Maximum permitted transport height and width

• Maximum permitted speed

„

Comply with limit values, see Page 69 .

2.4.9

Danger zones

If the machine is switched on, its surrounding can present a danger zone.

Avoid entering the danger zone of the machine by observing the minimum safety distance.

If the safety distance is not observed, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Do not switch on the drives and engine if the minimum safety distance has not been observed.

„ If people fail to observe the minimum safety distance, switch off the drives.

„ Switch the machine off in shunting and field mode.

The safety distance is:

For machine in shunting and field mode

In front of the machine

Behind the machine

On either side of the machine

30 m

5 m

3 m

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For machine switched on without driving motion

In front of the machine 3 m

Behind the machine 5 m

On either side of the machine 3 m

The safety distances specified here are minimum distances in terms of intended use. If necessary, these safety distances must be increased according to the operating and ambient conditions.

„ Before working in the danger zone of the machine: Shut down and secure the machine,

see

Page 31 . This also applies to brief inspection work.

„ Consider the information in all relevant operating instructions:

• the operating instructions of the machine

• the operating instructions of universal shaft

Danger zone universal shaft

People may be caught, pulled in and seriously injured by the universal shaft.

„ Observe operating instructions of universal shaft.

„ Ensure sufficient overlap of section tube and universal shaft guards.

„ Make sure that the universal shaft guards are mounted and that they are fully functional.

„ Allow the universal shaft locks to engage. There must be no areas of the locking device on the PTO shaft fork which could cause catching or entrapment (e.g. by annular design, protective collar around the locking pin).

„ Attach chains to prevent the universal shaft guards from rotating with the shaft.

„ Make sure that there is no one in the danger zone of PTO shaft and universal shaft.

„ Ensure that the selected rotational speed and direction of rotation of the PTO shaft of the self-propelled machine match the permitted rotational speed and direction of rotation of the mower.

„ Switch off the PTO shaft when the angles between the universal shaft and the PTO shaft are too large. The machine may be damaged. Parts may be hurled up and cause injury to people.

Danger zone PTO shaft

People may be caught, pulled in and seriously injured by the PTO shaft and the driven components.

Before switching on the PTO shaft:

„ Ensure that all protective devices are mounted and brought into protective position.

„ Make sure that there is no one in the danger zone of PTO shaft and universal shaft.

„ Switch off drives if they are not needed.

Danger zone between (self-propelled) mower conditioner and mowers

People situated between the high-performance mower conditioner and the mower may be seriously injured or killed if they are careless or if the machine rolls away or moves.

„ Before working between the high-performance mower conditioner and mower: Shut down

and secure the machine, see Page 31 . This also applies to brief inspection work.

„ If the lifting unit must be actuated, keep all people away from the range of movement of the machine parts which are to be raised.

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Basic safety instructions

Danger zone ejected objects

Crops and foreign bodies may be forcefully flung out and injure or kill people.

„ Before starting the machine, instruct all people to leave the danger zone of the machine.

„ If people are in the danger zone of the machine, immediately switch off drives and diesel engine.

Danger zone when drive is switched on

When the drive is switched on, there is a danger to life caused by rotating machine parts.

Ensure that there are no persons in the danger zone of the machine.

„ Before starting the machine, instruct all people to leave the danger zone of the machine.

„ In case of dangerous situations, immediately switch off drives and instruct people to leave the danger zone.

Danger zone due to trailing machine parts

If machine parts are trailing, people may be seriously injured or killed.

After the drives have been switched off, the following machine parts will trail:

• Universal shafts

• Drive belt

• Fan

• Rotating screen

• Cutting discs

• Conditioner

• Conveying devices

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Do not attempt to approach the machine until all moving machine parts have come to a standstill.

2.4.10

Ensuring functionality of safety devices

If safety devices are missing or damaged, people may be seriously injured or killed by moving machine parts.

„ Replace damaged safety devices.

„ Mount dismounted safety devices and machine parts again before start-up and move them to protective position.

„ If it is doubtful whether all safety devices have been correctly installed and are functional, have a service centre check them.

2.4.11

Personal protective equipment

The wearing of personal protective equipment is an important safety measure. Missing or unsuitable personal protective equipment increases health risks and injuries.

Personal protective equipment includes, for example:

• Suitable protective gloves

• Safety shoes

• Tight-fitting protective clothing

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• Hearing protection

• Protective goggles

• If dust is generated: appropriate breathing protection

„ Specify and provide personal protective equipment for the particular job.

„ Use only personal protective equipment which is in proper condition and offers effective protection.

„ Adjust personal protective equipment to the person, for example the size.

„ Remove unsuitable clothing and jewellery (e.g. rings, necklaces) and cover long hair with a hairnet.

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2.4.13

Safety markings on the machine

Safety labels on the machine caution against dangers at danger areas and represent an important part of the safety equipment of the machine. Missing safety labels increase the risk of serious and fatal injuries.

„ Clean dirty safety labels.

„ Make sure every time after cleaning the safety labels that they are complete and legible.

„ Immediately replace missing, damaged and unrecognizable safety labels.

„ Provide spare parts with intended safety labels.

Descriptions, explanations and order numbers of safety labels, see Page 32 .

Road safety

Dangers during road travel

Other road users can be put at risk when you drive on public roads and the machine is not properly illuminated and/or exceeds the maximum dimensions and weights laid down by national law.

„ Prior to driving on public roads, ensure that the maximum permissible dimensions, weights and axle, support and trailer loads are not exceeded which are applicable under national law for driving on public roads.

„ Before driving on roads, switch on the road travel lighting and ensure that it functions properly.

„ Before driving on roads, move the main mode switch to the “road mode” position.

Danger when driving on road and field

The self-propelled machine has special driving properties which also depend on the operating state and on the ground. If changed handling characteristics are not considered, the driver may cause accidents.

„ Observe measures for driving on road and field,

see Page 204

.

Dangers if the machine is not prepared properly for road travel

If the machine is not prepared properly for road travel, serious accidents may occur with traffic.

„ Before driving on roads, prepare the machine for road travel,

see Page 204 .

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

Dangers when operating the machine on slopes

The machine may tilt when it is used on slopes. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Do not work and drive on a slope unless the ground of the slope is flat and the adhesion of the tyres to the ground is ensured.

„ Turn the machine at low speed. Turn in a large arc.

„ Avoid driving across a slope because the centre of gravity of the machine will be changed by payload and by executing machine functions.

„ Avoid abrupt steering movements on slopes.

„ Do not move the machine from working position to transport position or from transport position to working position as long as the machine is used across a slope.

„ Do not park the machine on slopes.

„ Observe procedures for operating the machine on slopes,

see Page 223

.

2.4.14

2.4.15

Parking the machine safely

An incorrectly parked and insufficiently safeguarded machine can represent a danger for people, especially children, and can be set into motion or fall over in an uncontrolled manner.

People may be injured or killed.

„ Park the machine on a horizontal and level ground capable of bearing the load.

„ Before adjusting, repairing, servicing and cleaning the machine, ensure that it is securely positioned.

„ Observe section “Parking the Machine” in chapter Driving and Transport.

see Page 218

„ Before parking: Shut down and safeguard the machine,

see Page 31

.

Consumables

Unsuitable consumables

Consumables which do not comply with the requirements of the manufacturer may impair the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.

„ Use only consumables which comply with the requirements of the manufacturer.

For requirements on consumables, see Page 71

.

Fuel is harmful

Fuels are carcinogenic. Swallowing fuel or inhaling fuel vapours may be harmful.

„ Do not inhale the vapours.

„ Do not swallow the fuel.

„ To prevent skin damage, avoid skin contact with the fuel.

„ Wear suitable protective gloves and protective goggles.

„ Immediately contact a doctor if Diesel fuel was swallowed.

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2.4.17

Safety

Basic safety instructions

Environmental protection and disposal

Consumables such as diesel fuel, brake fluid, antifreeze and lubricants (e.g. gearbox oil, hydraulic oil) may damage the environment and the health of people.

„ Do not release consumables into the environment.

„ Fill consumables in a liquid-tight labelled container and dispose of according to the official regulations.

„ Absorb leaked consumables with an absorbent material, fill them in a liquid-tight labelled container and dispose of according to the official regulations.

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Chemicals

Keep cabin free of chemicals

Harmful and aggressive chemicals will pollute the air in the cabin. Harmful and aggressive reactive substances are for example:

• Solvents

• Fuels

• Oils and greases

• Detergents

• Acids

These chemicals may stick to clothing and enter the cabin in this way. Gases and liquids may escape even from closed tanks. The chemicals may impair health and the ability to concentrate.

As a result, accidents could be caused.

Electrical components could be damaged, for example control units and plug connections. This may result in fire and accidents caused by malfunctions, system failures or short circuits.

„ Keep the inside of the cabin clean.

„ Do not store or transport any harmful and aggressive chemicals in the cabin.

„ Before entering the cabin, remove clothing which may be contaminated with harmful and aggressive chemicals.

„ Before entering the cabin, remove soil and other substances from shoes or boots. The soil may be contaminated with chemicals.

Dangers arising from environment

Fire hazard

Combustible materials may accumulate in the machine due to operation or animals, such as rodents or nesting birds, or dust resuspension.

In case of dry usage conditions, dust, impurities and crop residue may ignite on hot parts and the resulting fire may seriously injure or kill people.

„ Check and clean the machine every day before using it for the first time.

„ Check and clean the machine regularly during the working day.

„ Regularly check hydraulic oil lines for proper condition and position with sufficient clearance to sharp edges.

„ Regularly check exhaust systems, tubes and turbocharger of engine system. Remove crop residues.

„ While refuelling, do not smoke and do not place the machine near naked flames or explosive sparks.

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

Life-threatening electric shock from overhead lines

When the machine is in operation, it may reach the height of overhead lines. This may cause voltage to flash over to the machine and cause a fatal electric shock or fire.

„ When folding the lateral mowers in and out, keep a safe distance from electric overhead lines.

„ Never fold the lateral mowers in or out near pylons and overhead lines.

„ Keep a safe distance from electric overhead lines.

„ To avoid a potential electric shock caused by voltage flashover, never exit from or climb into the machine under overhead lines.

Behavior in the case of voltage flashover of overhead lines

High electric voltage may be applied to electrically conducting parts of the machine due to voltage flashover. In case of voltage flashover, a voltage drop where major voltage differences are present is created on the ground around the machine. Due to major voltage differences in the ground, people may be killed by electric shocks when making big steps, laying on the ground or supporting themselves with their hands.

„ Do not leave the cabin.

„ Do not touch any metal parts.

„ Do not establish any conductive connection to the ground.

„ Warn people: Do not approach the machine. Electrical voltage differences on the ground may lead to severe electric shocks.

„ Wait for help from professional rescue teams. The overhead line must be switched off.

If people have to leave the cabin despite the voltage flashover, for example because there is an imminent danger to life due to fire:

„ Avoid simultaneous contact with machine and ground.

„ Jump away from the machine. Jump into a safe standing position. Do not touch the machine from the outside.

„ Move away from the machine in very small steps keeping your feet close together.

2.4.18

Sources of danger on the machine

Noise may damage your health

The noise development of the machine during operation may cause health damage such as hardness of hearing, deafness or tinnitus. When using the machine at high rotational speed, the noise level also increases. The emissions value was measured with the cabin closed under conditions according to DIN EN ISO 4254-1, Appendix B,

see Page 69

.

„ Before starting up the machine, estimate the risk caused by noise.

„ Depending on the ambient conditions, working hours and the working and operating conditions of the machine, specify and use suitable hearing protection.

„ Specify rules for the use of hearing protection and for the working time.

„ During operation keep windows and doors of the cabin closed.

„ Remove hearing protection for road travel.

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2

2.4

Liquids under high pressure

The following liquids are under high pressure:

• Hydraulic oil

• Diesel fuel

• Engine coolant

• Refrigerant for the air conditioning system

Liquids escaping under high pressure may penetrate through the skin and cause severe injuries.

„ Shut down and safeguard the machine and contact qualified specialist workshop upon suspicion of damaged hydraulic system.

„ Never search for leaks with bare hands. Even a very pin-sized hole may lead to serious injuries.

„ When searching for leaks, use suitable aids, e.g. a piece of cardboard to avoid injuries.

„ Keep body and face away from leaks.

„ If liquids penetrate the body, immediately consult a doctor. The liquid must be removed from the body as quickly as possible.

Hot liquids

Persons can suffer burns and/or scalding when hot liquids are drained.

„ Wear personal protective equipment when hot consumables are drained.

„ If necessary, allow liquids and machine parts to cool down before you start repair, maintenance and cleaning work.

Damaged compressor unit

Damaged compressed-air hoses of compressor unit can tear off. Hoses moving in an uncontrolled manner can cause severe injuries.

„ Contact a specialist workshop immediately if you suspect that the compressor unit is damaged.

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

Damaged hydraulic hoses

Damaged hydraulic hoses may tear off, burst or cause oil leaks. As a result, the machine may be damaged and people may be seriously injured.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ If it is suspected that hydraulic hoses are damaged, immediately contact a service centre,

see Page 344

.

Toxic exhaust gases

Exhaust gases can cause serious health problems or death.

„ Ensure sufficient ventilation when the engine is running so that people are not exposed to the exhaust gases for a longer period of time.

„ In closed rooms, run the engine only when a suitable extraction system is in operation.

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

Hot surfaces

The following components may become hot during operation and may burn people:

• Engine

• Exhaust system

• Engine piping

• Hydraulic system

• Gearbox

„ Maintain an adequate distance from hot surfaces and adjacent components.

„ Leave machine parts to cool down and wear protective gloves.

2.4.19

Dangers in connection with certain activities: climbing up and down

Climbing up and down safely

People who behave carelessly when climbing up an down may fall off the ladder. People, who climb onto the machine without using the designated ladders, may slip, fall and seriously injure themselves.

Dirt as well as operating fluids and lubricants may impair surefootedness and stability.

„ Always keep ladder steps and platforms clean and in proper condition so that you can step and stay safely.

„ Never climb up and down while the machine is moving.

„ Always climb up and down with the face towards the machine.

„ When climbing up and down, maintain a three-point contact with the steps and hand rails

(always two hands and one foot or two feet and one hand on the machine).

„ When climbing up and down, never use operating elements as handles. Inadvertent activation of the operating elements may cause functions to be unintentionally actuated which could be hazardous.

„ When climbing down, never jump off the machine.

„ Climb up and down using only the steps and platforms designated in these operating

instructions, see Page 54

.

2.4.20

Dangers in connection with certain activities: Working on the machine

Only perform work when the machine is at standstill

If the machine is not shut down and safeguarded, parts may move unintentionally or the machine may start moving. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Before carrying out any repair, maintenance and cleaning work on the machine, shutdown and safeguard it,

see Page 31

.

Maintenance and repair work

Improper maintenance and repair work endanger operational safety. Thus there is a risk of accidents, serious injuries or death.

„ Only perform work which is described in this operating instructions. Prior to any work, stop

and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ All other maintenance and repair work must only be performed by qualified specialist workshop.

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Working at or on heights of the machine

There is a risk of falling when working at or on heights of the machine. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously or fatally injured.

„

Prior to any work, stop and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Make sure you stand securely.

„ Use a suitable fall protection.

„ Secure the area below the assembly point against falling objects.

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Raised machine and machine parts

The raised machine and machine parts may fall or tilt unintentionally. People may be seriously injured or killed, as a result.

„

Do not stay under the raised machine or machine parts which are not safely supported, see

Page 31 .

„ Prior to all work on raised machines or machine parts, lower the machine or machine parts.

„ Before performing any work under raised machines or machine parts, secure the machine or machine parts with rigid safety support or with hydraulic shut-off device or by supporting against lowering.

Danger associated with welding work

Improper welding work will endanger the operational safety of the machine. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously or fatally injured.

„ Never perform welding work on the following components:

• Engine

• Gearbox

• Components of the hydraulics

• Components of the electronics

• Frame or supporting components

• Running gear

„ Before carrying out welding work on the machine, obtain consent by KRONE customer service and, if required, identify alternatives.

„ Before performing welding work on the mowers, detach them from the machine.

„ Welding work must only be performed by experienced qualified personnel.

„ Attach the earthing of the welding device near the welding points.

„ Caution when performing welding work near electric and hydraulic parts, plastic parts and pressure accumulators. The parts may be damaged, endanger people or cause accidents.

Before performing welding work on the forage harvester:

„ Switch off main battery switch.

„ Pull engine control plug out of the engine block.

„ Disconnect batteries.

„ Connect positive and negative cables of the machine by an electrical connection.

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2.4

2.4.21

Safety

Basic safety instructions

Dangers in connection with certain activities: checking and charging batteries

If the battery is handled incorrectly, e.g. inadvertent connection of the battery poles to a metal object, excessive charging in conjunction with a spark, the battery may explode. People may be injured or burnt by the explosion or burnt by spraying battery acid.

„ Use a suitable voltmeter to check the condition of the battery.

„ Charge the battery only in well ventilated rooms with the battery compartment cover open.

„

To charge the battery, follow these operating instructions, see Page 345 .

„ Keep fire, sparks and naked flames away from the battery.

„ To prevent acid from leaking, transport the battery in the installation position only.

2.4.22

Dangers in connection with certain activities: working on wheels and tyres

Improper assembly or disassembly of wheels and tyres will endanger the operational safety. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed.

The fitting of wheels and tyres requires adequate knowledge and approved mounting tools.

„ If there is a lack of knowledge, have the wheels and tyres fitted by the KRONE dealer or by a qualified tyre service.

„ When fitting tyres on the rims, never exceed the maximum permitted pressure specified by

KRONE, otherwise the tyre or even the rim may explode,

see Page 69 .

„

When mounting the wheels, mount the wheel nuts with the specified tightening torque, see

Page 294

.

2.4.23

Behaviour in dangerous situations and in case of accidents

Any measures not taken or incorrect measures in dangerous situations can make it difficult or impossible to rescue exposed persons. Due to the impeded conditions of rescue, the chances to help and heal injured people deteriorate.

„ As a matter of principle: Park the machine.

„ Get an overview of the existing danger and identify the reason.

„ Secure the accident site.

„ Save persons from the danger zone.

„ Leave danger zone and do not enter it again.

„ Alarm rescue workers and seek help, if possible.

„ Carry out immediate lifesaving actions.

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2.5.1

2.5.2

Safety

Safety routines

2

2.5

Safety routines

Shutting down and safeguarding the machine

WARNING

Risk of injury due to movement of the machine or machine parts

If the machine has not been shut down, machine or machine parts may move unintentionally.

As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Before leaving the operating position: Shut down and safeguard the machine.

To shut down and safeguard the machine:

„ Park the machine on a stable, horizontal and level ground.

„ Switch off the drives and wait until coasting parts have come to a complete stop.

„ Secure the self-propelled machine against rolling away by applying the parking brake.

„ Switch off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.

„ Switch off the main battery switch,

see Page 217

.

„ Use wheel chocks to secure the self-propelled machine against rolling away.

Securing raised machine and machine parts against lowering

WARNING

Crushing hazard due to movement of machine or machine parts

If the machine or machine parts are not secured against lowering, the machine or machine parts may roll, fall or sag. Thus people could be squeezed or killed.

„ Lower the raised machine parts.

„ Shut down and safeguard the machine,

see Page 31

.

„ Before working on or under raised machine parts: Secure machine or machine parts against lowering by means of hydraulic shut-off device (e.g. stop cock) on machine side.

„ Before working on or under raised machine parts: Safely support machine or machine parts.

In order to safely support the machine or machine parts:

„ To support, only use suitable and sufficiently dimensioned materials that do not break or yield.

„ Bricks and hollow blocks are not suitable for safely supporting the machine and machine parts. Therefore they must not be used.

„ Car jacks are also not suitable for safely supporting the machine and machine parts. They must not be used, as well.

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2.5.3

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely

WARNING

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely

If oil level check and oil and filter element changes are not carried out safely, the operational safety of the machine may be impaired. This may result in accidents.

„ Carry out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely.

To carry out oil level check, oil and filter element changes safely:

„ Lower raised machine parts or secure them against falling,

see Page 31 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Observe the intervals for oil level check, oil and filter element changes,

see Page 254

.

„ Use only the oil grades and quantities specified in the consumables table,

see Page 71

.

„ Clean the area around the parts (for example gearbox, high-pressure filter) and make sure that no foreign objects get into the parts or the hydraulic system.

„ Check existing seal rings for damage and replace them, if necessary.

„ Collect leaking or waste oil in a container designated for the purpose and dispose of it

properly, see Page 25 .

2.5.4

Running actuator test

WARNING

Run actuator test safely

When actuators are energised, functions are carried out directly and without a safety prompt.

This may cause the unintentional movement of machine parts, trapping and seriously or fatally injuring persons.

ü Only persons familiar with the machine are permitted to perform the actuator test.

ü The person performing the test must know which machine parts are activated by controlling the actuators.

„ Run the actuator test safely.

To run the actuator test safely:

„ Lower raised machine parts or secure them against falling,

see Page 31 .

„

Shut down and secure the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Cordon off the danger zone of the actuated moving machine parts in a clearly visible manner.

„ Ensure that there is nobody in the danger zone of the actuated moving machine parts.

„ Switch on the ignition.

„ The actuator test must only be performed from a safe position outside the area that is affected by machine parts moved by the actuators.

2.6

Safety labels on the machine

Every safety label is provided with an order number and can be ordered directly from the authorised KRONE dealer. Immediately replace missing, damaged and unrecognisable safety labels.

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2.6

When attaching safety labels, the contact surface on the machine must be clean and free of dirt, oil and grease to ensure optimum adhesion of the labels.

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Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Position and meaning of safety labels

Overview 1

6

WARNING DANGER WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING

1 before operating or servicing machine.

personnel to operate machine.

to avoid death or serious injury from contact with or ladder.

Do not carry passengers.

and keep it with you while performing machine against inadvertent rolling.

oil easily punctures skin causing serious injury and

Relieve pressure before performing repair work.

27 022 558 0

2

6

27 021 178 0

3 4

4 3

5

2

BMG000-034

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1.

Order no. 27 022 558 0 (1x)

This safety label includes the following warnings:

2

2.6

WARNING

• Read and understand operator´s manual before operating or servicing machine.

• Do not allow inexperienced personnel to operate machine.

DANGER

ELECTROCUTION HAZARD

Keep sufficient distance to avoid serious injury or death from contact with overhead electric power lines.

WARNING

FALL HAZARD

To avoid serious injury or death:

- Do not ride on platform or ladder.

- Do not carry passengers.

- Keep riders and children off machine.

WARNING

To avoid serious injury or death, shut off engine, remove ignition key and keep it with you while performing maintenance, repair work or clearing blockages.

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2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

WARNING

To avoid serious injury or death, use parking brake and wheel chocks to secure machine against inadvertent rolling. Use both wheel chocks at front axle only.

WARNING

Do not operate the machine unless an approved fire extinguisher is installed.

WARNING

Do not use hand to search for leaks. High pressure oil easily punctures skin causing serious injury and gangrene. If injured, seek emergency medical help. Relieve pressure before performing repair work.

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2.

Order No. 27 002 057 0 (2x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

3.

Order no. 27 006 964 0 (2x)

WARNING!

To avoid possible injury.

Close the protective equipment before placing the machine in operation !

4.

Order No. 27 014 825 0 (2x)

WARNING

Hot surfaces

-Keep sufficient distance from hot surfaces.

-Allow to cool before servicing.

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5.

Order no. 27 014 829 0 (1x)

WARNING

To Avoid serious injury or death

-Do not touch any moving machine components.

-Wait until all machine components have completely stopped.

2

2.6

6.

Order no. 27 021 178 0 (4x)

WARNING

High pressure oil can cause severe injury

Hydraulic accumulators contain oil and gas under high pressure.

Relieve pressure before servicing hydraulic system.

Hydraulic accumulators may be removed and repaired by a qualified workshop only.

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2

2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Overview 2

1 2

4

3

1

3

5

6

BM000-223

7

3

3

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2

2.6

1.

Order no. 942 546 0 (2x)

WARNING

Avoid bodily injuries from rotating engine fan.

Keep hands out of fan discharge area when engine is running.

2.

Order No. 27 014 825 0 (1x)

WARNING

Hot surfaces

-Keep sufficient distance from hot surfaces.

-Allow to cool before servicing.

3.

Order no. 27 002 057 0 (5x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

4.

Order no. 27 021 178 0 (1x)

WARNING

High pressure oil can cause severe injury

Hydraulic accumulators contain oil and gas under high pressure.

Relieve pressure before servicing hydraulic system.

Hydraulic accumulators may be removed and repaired by a qualified workshop only.

5.

Order no. 27 002 055 0 (2x)

6.

Order No. 27 002 056 0 (2x)

DANGER

Thrown objects can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

• Replace worn or damaged protective skirting.

DANGER

Blade can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

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2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

7.

Order No. 27 002 057 0 (2x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

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2.6

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2

2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Overview 3

3

6

4

1

2

BM000-224

4 6

3

5

5

6

5

4

1

2

5 6

5

7

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Safety labels on the machine

1.

Order No. 27 002 055 0 (4x)

2.

Order No. 27 002 056 0 (4x)

DANGER

Thrown objects can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

• Replace worn or damaged protective skirting.

DANGER

Blade can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

3.

Order no. 27 009 598 0 (2x)

WARNING

Danger in the slewing range

• Keep distance while the machine is operating.

2

2.6

4.

Order no. 27 021 178 0 (3x)

WARNING

High pressure oil can cause severe injury

Hydraulic accumulators contain oil and gas under high pressure.

Relieve pressure before servicing hydraulic system.

Hydraulic accumulators may be removed and repaired by a qualified workshop only.

5.

Order no. 27 002 057 0 (5x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

6.

Order No. 27 014 829 0 (4x)

WARNING

To Avoid serious injury or death

-Do not touch any moving machine components.

-Wait until all machine components have completely stopped.

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2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

7.

Order No. 27 006 964 0 (1x)

WARNING!

To avoid possible injury.

Close the protective equipment before placing the machine in operation !

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2.6

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2

2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Overview 4

1

1

BM000-225

4

3

2

46

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Safety labels on the machine

1.

Order no. 27 003 029 0 (2x)

Warning

To avoid possible injury

Do not stay in the swivel area of the outrigger arms.

Keep your distance.

2

2.6

2.

Order no. 27 014 824 0 (1x)

WARNING

To Avoid serious injury or death

- Do not ride on platform or ladder.

- Do not carry passengers.

3.

Order no. 27 021 178 0 (2x)

WARNING

High pressure oil can cause severe injury

Hydraulic accumulators contain oil and gas under high pressure.

Relieve pressure before servicing hydraulic system.

Hydraulic accumulators may be removed and repaired by a qualified workshop only.

4.

Order No. 27 006 964 0 (1x)

WARNING!

To avoid possible injury.

Close the protective equipment before placing the machine in operation !

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2

2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Overview 5

Universal shafts

48

BM000-329

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2

2.6

1.

Order no. 949 228 0 (6x)

DANGER

ROTATING DRIVELINE – CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEATH.

KEEP AWAY!

DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT-

• All driveline guards, tractor and equipment shields in place.

• Driveline securely attached at both ends.

• Driveline guards that turn freely on driveline.

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2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Overview 6

With version "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

1

2

3

4

BM000-378

3

4

1

2

3

4

1

2

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1.

Order no. 27 004 016 0 (4x)

Warning

Rotating augers can cut arms, hands and fingers.

To avoid injury STAY AWAY from rotating augers.

Failure to comply could result in death or serious injury.

2

2.6

2.

Order No. 27 002 057 0 (4x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

3.

Order No. 27 014 829 0 (4x)

WARNING

To Avoid serious injury or death

-Do not touch any moving machine components.

-Wait until all machine components have completely stopped.

4.

Order No. 27 002 055 0 (4x)

DANGER

Thrown objects can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

• Replace worn or damaged protective skirting.

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2

2.6

Safety

Safety labels on the machine

Overview 7

With version "Standard swathing"

1

2

BM000-391

1

2

1

1

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Safety labels on the machine

1.

Order No. 27 002 057 0 (4x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

2

2.6

2.

Order no. 27 002 055 0 (2x)

DANGER

Thrown objects can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

• Replace worn or damaged protective skirting.

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2.7

Safety

Safety features

Safety features

8 8

1

2

7

8

10

9 11

6

3

4

5

BMG000-047

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Pos.

1

Designation

Emergency exit

2 Wheel chocks

5

6

3

4

Fire extinguisher

Ladder

Main battery switch

Ladder lighting

7 Quick-stop switch

8 Working lights

Safety

Safety features

2

2.7

Explanation

In case of an emergency, the side window on the right-hand side in the direction of travel, next to the driver's seat, can be opened as an exit door,

see Page 75

.

Wheel chocks can be used to secure the machine from rolling away. The machine is equipped with

2 wheel chocks which are located above the front right wheel in the storage compartment,

see

Page 216

.

The fire extinguisher is located on the cabin lad-

der, see Page 57

.

„ To enter the cabin safely at all timed, climb up onto the machine using the left-hand side ladder only. Use the handrails while doing so.

The main battery switch is used to switch on or interrupt the machine’s power supply,

see

Page 217

.

For the "Ladder and maintenance lighting" version

To enable the rungs on the ladder to be easily seen, even in the dark, the rungs can be illuminated,

see Page 88 .

The quick-stop switch in the armrest is used to stop the machine's working functions in an emergency. The traction drive remains active,

see

Page 98

.

To ensure that the machine can be safely exited in the dark, the working lights are switched off

after a delay, see Page 88

.

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2.7

Safety

Safety features

Pos.

9

Designation

Seat switch in driver's seat

10 SMV emblem

Explanation

The seat switch integrated into the driver's seat is used to check whether the driver's seat is occupied or not.

Field mode:

If the driver's seat is not occupied for longer than

7 seconds, then all the mowers and the traction drive are switched off.

Once the driver's seat is occupied again, the mowers can be switched on and the traction drive started up again.

„

Switch mowers on and off, see Page 224 .

Road mode:

If the driver's seat is not occupied for longer than

7 seconds, then the traction drive's reverse drive is switched off. During forward travel the traction drive is switched off only after the machine comes to a standstill.

The Slow-Moving Vehicle emblem (SMV emblem) is affixed to slow-moving machines or vehicles travelling on public highways at a speed of less

than 40 km/h (25 mph), see Page 56 .

„ Always put on the safety belt before driving.

2.7.1

11 Seatbelt

SMV emblem

56

KM000-567

The SMV emblem (Slow-Moving Vehicle) (1) is attached to slow-moving machines or vehicles travelling on public highways at a speed of less than 40 km/h (25 mph).

The SMV emblem (1) is at the rear in the centre or at the rear on left.

When driving the machine on public highways, the SMV emblem must be mounted.

If the machine is transported on transport vehicles (for example lorry or train), the SMV emblem must be covered or dismounted.

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Safety

Information labels on the machine

2

2.8

2.7.2

Fire extinguisher

2.8

BXG000-004

INFO

The machine must not be operated without a fire extinguisher which contains at least 20 lbs of extinguishing agent.

The manufacturer recommends a powder fire extinguisher for fire classes A, B and C.

The support for fire extinguisher (1) is located in direction of travel left on the ladder (2) to the platform.

Have the fire extinguisher registered. So you can be sure that maintenance is carried out regularly and in good time (according to EN 3 at the latest every two years) and can be proven.

„ Prior to starting up the machine, check that the fire extinguisher is attached and ready for

use, see Page 296

.

„ Consider the operating instructions of the fire extinguisher and the web page of the manufacturer of the fire extinguisher.

„ Check fire extinguisher for external damage. In the event of anomalies, inform responsible maintenance company.

The inspection intervals in other countries may be different. In such a case, the prescribed inspection intervals of the country of operation apply.

„ Observe the provisions of the corresponding countries.

Information labels on the machine

Each information label has an order number. You can order the labels directly from your

KRONE dealer. Replace missing, damaged and illegible information labels immediately.

Prior to attaching an information label, ensure that the contact surface on the machine is clean and free of dirt, oil and grease so that the label can adhere to properly.

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2.8

Safety

Information labels on the machine

Location and meaning of the information labels

1

7

5

12

9

10

11

1

6

13

14

2

8

3

16

17

15

18

4

BMG000-069

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Information labels on the machine

1.

Ord. no. 942 571 0 (3x)

There are 24-V connections on the machine that are marked with this label.

24 V

942 571 0

2.

Ord. no. 27 023 945 1 (1x)

Kältemittel / Refrigerant / Koudemiddel /

Fluide frigoriène / Agente frigorífico /

Refrigerante / Хладагент

Füllmenge / Filling quantity / Vulhoeveelheid /

Quantité de remplissage / Cantidad de Ilenado /

Quantità di riempimento / Заправочный объем g/г

R 134a

1800

HGWP-Treibhauseffekt / GWP-Greenhouse effect /

GWP-Broeikaseeffect /

HGWP-Effet de serre / GWP-Efecto invernadero /

HGWP-Effetto serra / GWP-парниковый эффект

CO 2 -Äquivalent / CO 2 equivalent / CO 2 -Equivalent /

Équivalent CO 2 / Equivalente a CO 2 /

Equivalente di CO 2 / Эквивалент CO 2 kg/кг

1430

2574

27 023 945 1

This label tells you specification and filling quantity of the refri-

gerant, see Page 71

.

3.

Ord. no. 27 016 518 1 (1x)

Use only gear oil Renolin Unisyn CLP 220,

see Page 72

.

27 016 518 1

4.

Ord. no. 27 021 281 0 (1x)

The gearbox oil level is checked with the oil dipstick, see

Page 352 .

2

2.8

27 021 281 0

5.

Ord. no. 27 024 033 0 (1x)

This label sits on the hydraulic oil tank. The horizontal arrow indicates the minimum filling quantity of the hydraulic oil when

the side mounted mowers are folded in, see Page 341 .

27 024 033 0

6.

Ord. no. 27 016 830 1 (1x)

Use only hydraulic oil HLP 46,

see Page 72 .

HLP 46

27 016 830 1

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Safety

Information labels on the machine

7.

Ord. no. 27 019 241 0 (1x)

CAUTION / ACHTUNG

Avoid Engine Damage!

Filling only with:

Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel

15 PPM Sulfur MAXIMUM

Motorschäden vermeiden!

Befüllung nur mit:

Diesel mit ultraniedrigem Schwefelgehalt

15 PPM Schwefel MAXIMUM

27 019 241 0

To avoid engine damage, only use diesel with ultra-low sul-

phur content, see Page 272 .

8.

Ord. no. 27 015 794 0 (1x)

CAUTION! / ACHTUNG

Initial filling only with coolant

BASF Glysantin G 40

Mixing 1/1 max. -36°F

Erstbefüllung nur mit Kühlmittel

BASF Glysantin G 40

Mischung 1/1 max. -38°C

27 015 794 0

Initial filling only with coolant BASF Glysantin G40; mixture 1/1 max. -38°C,

see Page 74

.

9.

Ord. no. 27 006 778 1 (1x)

Measures before starting welding work on the machine, see

Page 29

.

Elektroschweißen

- Bei Schweißarbeiten Hauptschalter ausschalten

- Stecker der Motorregelung am Motorblock abziehen!

- Batterien abklemmen

- Plus- und Minusleitung elektrisch leitend verbinden

- Erdung des Schweißgeräts nahe der Schweißstelle

anbringen

27 006 778 1

10. Ord. no. 942 287 1 (1x)

DE

EN

ES

FR

IT

NL

RU

Beide Unterlegkeile nur an der Vorderachse verwenden.

Use both wheel chocks for the front axle only.

Use ambos calzos de rueda solo para el eje delantero.

N'utiliser les deux cales de freinage que pour l'essieu avant.

Utilizzare entrambi i cunei solo per l'assale anteriore.

Beide wielwiggen uitsluitend onder de vooras gebruiken.

Используйте оба подлокотника только на передней оси.

942 287 1

Use both wheel chocks only at the front wheels,

Page 216 .

see

11. Ord. no. 942 134 2 (1x)

DE

EN

ES

FR

IT

NL

RU

Radmuttern nach erstem Einsatz nachziehen.

Retighten wheel nuts after the first use.

Apretar las tuercas de fijación de ruedas después de la primera puesta en servicio.

Resserrer les écrous de fixation de roue après la premièremise en service.

Stringere i dadi di fissaggio delle ruote dopo il primo impiego.

942 134 2

12. Ord. no. 27 021 875 0 (1x)

This label tells you that the wheel nuts must be retightened after the first use.

„ Transport the machine only in the direction of travel,

see

Page 220 .

27 021 875 0

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2

2.8

13. Ord. no. 942 038 1 (2x)

Areas marked with this label shall be protected against splashing water. Never direct the water jet of a high-pressure cleaner at bearings and electric/electronic components.

942 038-1

14. Ord. no. 27 023 058 0 (1x)

This label sits on the battery compartment. It shows you the

jump start points on the machine, see Page 462 .

24 V

27 023 058 0

15. Ord. no. 939 567 1 (1x)

This label indicates the order numbers for spare blades.

139-888 139-889

139 888 139 889

16. Ord. no. 255 498 1 (1x)

Ø17mm min. 14 mm

255 498 1

17. Ord. no. 255 499 2 (1x)

For "Blade screw connection" version

Check the material thickness of the retaining bolts after each blade change and after each contact with foreign objects. The retaining bolts must be replaced by authorized experts when the material thickness at the weakest point is below 14 mm,

see Page 492 .

Ø17mm min.14mm

For "Blade quick fastener" version

Check the material thickness of the retaining bolts after each blade change and after each contact with foreign objects. The retaining bolts must be replaced by authorized experts when the material thickness at the weakest point is below 14 mm,

see Page 492 .

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Safety

Information labels on the machine

18. Ord. no. 27 025 577 0 (1x)

Vorderachse front axle

Reifen tyre

800/65 R32

(AC70N)

800/60 R32

(Flotation Trac)

Hinterachse rear axle

600/65 R28

(AC65)

600/60 R30.5

(Flotation Trac)

Reifenluftdruck tyre pressure

1,6 bar

23,2 psi

1,2 bar

17,4 psi

1,4 bar

20,3 psi

1,2 bar

17,4 psi

Drehmoment Radmuttern torque wheel nuts

This label tells you the tyre pressures for the individual tyre

types, see Page 74 , and the tightening torques and mainten-

ance intervals for the wheel nuts,

see Page 295

.

1)

2) - 7)

8) ...

1h

10h

50h

630 Nm /

465 lbf ft

27 025 577 0

• Ord. no. 27 018 170 0

There are jacking points on the machine that are identified with this label,

see Page 472

.

• Ord. no. 27 021 260 0

27 021 260 0

• Ord. no. 27 023 958 0

There are several lubrication points on the machine which must be lubricated at regular intervals,

see Page 329

. Lubrication points that are not directly visible are additionally marked with this information label.

There are lashing points on the machine that are identified with this label,

see Page 220

.

27 023 958 0

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Data memory 3

Data memory

A variety of electronic components of the machine contains data memories which save temporarily and permanently technical information on machine condition, events and errors.

This technical information generally documents the condition of a part, module, system or of the environment:

• Operating states of system components (e.g. filling levels)

• Status messages of the machine and its single components (e.g. number of revolutions of wheel, wheel speed, motion delay, lateral acceleration)

• Malfunctions and defects in important system components (e.g. light and brakes)

• Reactions of machine in special driving situations (e.g. actuation of airbag, installing stability control systems)

• Ambient conditions (e.g. temperature)

These data are exclusively of a technical nature. They are used to detect and remedy errors as well as to optimize machine functions. There is no possibility to create motion profiles on driven routes from these data.

If services are used (e.g. repair services, service processes, warranty cases, quality assurance), this technical information can be read out by employees of service network (including manufacturer) from the event and error data memories by means of special diagnostic units.

There you receive further information, if necessary. After the error has been remedied, the information in the error storage is either deleted or continuously overwritten.

When using the machine, situations are possible in which these technical data in connection with other information (accident protocol, damage to the machine, testimonies etc.) could become transferable to people - if applicable in consultation with an expert.

Additional functions regulated by a contractual agreement with the customer (e.g. remote maintenance) permit the transmission of certain machine data from the machine.

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4.1

4

Machine Description

Machine overview

Machine Description

4.1

Machine overview

2 3

1

15

14

7

5 6

8

4

64

BMG000-049

13 12 11 10

9

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6

7

4

5

8

1

2

3

Exhaust aftertreatment

Storage compartment right

Cabin

Front mounted mower

Outrigger arm right

Right side mounted mower

Rear storage compartment

Combination cooler

Machine Description

Machine overview

9 Engine

10 Side mounted mower left

11 Outrigger arm left

12 Battery compartment

13 Lifting unit

14 Main battery switch

15 Maintenance flap left

4

4.1

Content of the storage compartments on the machine

Right storage compartment (2)

• 2 wheel chocks

• 1 canister for fresh water

• 1 canister for windshield washer fluid

Rear storage compartment (7)

• 1 blade wrench

• 1 Drain hose with clamp for fluids

• 1 Special spanner for the shear bolt on the rotary hub

• Several spare blades

Left maintenance flap (15)

• 1 Lever for operating the control block

• 1 Measuring hose

Possibilities for stowing on the front mowing unit

2

3

1

4

BM000-428

If required, the blade wrench (2) and the spare blades can be stowed on the front mowing unit.

Blade wrench (2):

„ Place the blade wrench (2) in the designated support / holder (4).

„ Secure the blade wrench (2) with the linch pin (3) on the support / holder (4).

Spare blades:

„ Stow the spare blades in the storage compartment (1).

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4.2

4.2

Machine Description

Road travel lighting

Road travel lighting

1 1

2

4.3

5

3 4

5

8

7

6

BM000-064

1 Side direction indicator/flashing warning lamp

2 Dipped beam/full beam

3 Front position lamp

4 Front direction indicator/flashing warning lamp

5 Warning beacon

6 Licence plate lamp

7 Rear direction indicator/flashing warning lamp

8 Rear position lamp/parking light/brake lamp

Working lights

WARNING

Risk of accident from dazzling working lights

If the working lights are not switched off during road travel, road users may be blinded.

„ Switch the working lights off during road travel.

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Machine Description

Labelling

4

4.4

2

4

5

3

2

3

4.4

BM000-331

1 Front cabin working light

2 Rear cabin working light

3 Side working light

4 Rear working light

5 Front working light

Labelling

INFO

The entire identification plate represents a legal document and should not be altered or rendered illegible!

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4.5

Machine Description

Function description

Information for enquiries and orders

1

2

DVG000-004

Example image

1 Model

Maschinenfabrik Krone Beteiligungs-GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Str. 10, 48480 Spelle, Germany

Model BiG X 1100 -2

Vehicle-ID-Number WMKBX201001001646

Made in Gernany

2 Vehicle ID Number

4.5

68

BMG000-062

The machine data can be found on type plate (1). The type plate is located on right-hand machine side on vehicle frame below the cabin.

Function description

The self-propelled high-performance mower conditioner is a self-propelled work machine with three disc mowers with integrated mower-conditioners. The self-propelled high-performance mower conditioner is used for mowing various live agricultural grasses and pulse crops (from initial stages to end of photosynthetic process).

The three mowing units can be used individually or together and thereby enabling the working width to be adapted to suit. The integrated mower-conditioners accelerate the mowed crop drying process.

Load limit control

The load limit control controls the travelling speed of the machine as a function of the diesel engine load, and ensures constant machine load at lower fuel consumption.

This means that the machine moves automatically faster when the crops are weaker, and reduces the speed automatically when the crops are stronger.

For version with "SectionControl"

SectionControl permits automatic GPS-based section control of the mowers. When the mowers run over already worked fields again, the mowers are lifted automatically and GPS controlled.

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Technical Data 5

5 Technical Data

BMG000-064

Dimensions

Width W

Length L

Height H

Working width

Centre distance X

Engine data

Engine manufacturer

Engine type

Design

Emissions level

Exhaust aftertreatment system

Power

Cooling system

Diesel injection process

Starter voltage

Starter output

Traction drive

Type

Work rate

Transport speed

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3,000 mm

8,450 mm

4,000 mm

9,900 mm

4,110 mm

Liebherr Machines Bulle SA

D946 A7-04

6-cylinder diesel engine

IV (EU) / Tier 4f (USA)

SCR method

See engine model plate

Liquid cooling

Liebherr Common Rail

24V

7.8 kW

Continuously variable hydrostatic drive

0–25 km/h

0–40 km/h

69

5 Technical Data

Axles

Steering

Steering angle

Suspension on front axle/rear axle

Electrical system

Alternator voltage

Alternator current intensity

Number of batteries

Battery voltage

Battery capacity

Rear axle

53°

Hydropneumatic

24 V

180 A

2

24 V (2x12 V)

(2x) 135 Ah

Air conditioning

Evaporator

Heater

Fan

Voltage

Power consumption

Refrigerating capacity *5200

W

Heating output 4000 W

910 m³/h free blowing

24 V

13.5 A

* Measured at +30 °C ambient temperature (manufacturer's specifications)

Vibration values

The determined values are below the values required according to the EU Vibration Directive

2002/44/EC.

• The vibration values for hand-arm vibrations are below 2.5 m/s².

• Concerning whole body vibrations the action value of 0.5 m/s² is not exceeded.

Airborne noise emission

Emissions value (sound pressure level)

Measurement device

Accuracy class

77 dB (A)

Bruel & Kjaer, Type 2236

2

Measurement uncertainty (according to DIN EN ISO 11201) 4 dB

Ambient temperature

Temperature range for machine operation -5 to +45 °C

Maximum permitted speed 1

Technically permitted maximum speed 40 km/h

1) The maximum permitted speed may be restricted by legal requirements in the country of use.

Mowers

Number of mowers

Number of mowing discs side mounted mower

Number of mowing discs front mowing unit

Number of mower drums side mounted mower

3

6

5

2

70

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Technical Data

Consumables

5

5.1

Mowers

Number of mower drums front mowing unit

Conditioning system

Conditioner speed

Cutting height

8–11 cm

4-6 cm approx. 3 cm

2

V-shaped steel tines adjustable 700/1000 rpm conditions of usage

High cut

Forage crop, dry or moist soil

Forage crop, dry or normal soil

Low cut

Sward damage can occur

Consumables

NOTICE

Machine damage due to mixing of oil

If oils, which have different specifications, are mixed with each other, the machine may be damaged.

„ Never mix oils, which have different specifications, with each other.

„ Contact your KRONE service partner before using an oil with a different specification after changing the oil.

The following filling quantities are reference values. The actual refiling quantity is determined when checking the level.

Biodegradable consumables can be used on request.

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5.1

5.1.1

Technical Data

Consumables

Oils

Vehicle

Designation

Hydraulic oil tank

General hydraulic system

Engine oil (diesel engine)

Transfer gearbox

Filling quantity

60 L

Specification Initial filling at the factory

SRS Wiolan HS 46

110 L

Hydraulic oil

HLP 46

Hydraulic oil

HLP 46

SRS Wiolan HS 46

40 L

10 L

LIEBHERR engine oil 10W-40

LIEBHERR engine oil

10W-40 options: Fuchs

Titan Cargo

MC 10W-40,

Chevron

Texaco URSA

TDX 10W-40,

Shell Rimula

R6M 10W-40 or Total Rubia

Tir 8600

10W-40

Renolin Unisyn

CLP220 or Mobil SHC 630

Renolin Unisyn CLP220

Front wheel hub gearbox

Rear wheel hub gearbox

2.5 L

1.5 L

Gear oil Shell Spirax S4 CX 50

Gear oil Shell Spirax S4 CX 50

Mowers

Designation

Input gearbox on front mounted mower

Main gearbox on front mounted mower

Filling quantity

1.7 L

0.9 L

Main gearbox of side mounted mowers

6.5 L

7 L Front mounted mower cutterbar

Cutterbar side mounted mowers

8 L

Specification

SAE 90

SAE 90

SAE 90

SAE 90

SAE 90

List of mineral oils of quality class HLP (HM) and environmentally friendly, rapidly biodegradable HEPG pressure fluids allowed to be used for hydraulic oil tank:

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ISO viscosity class

Manufacturer

ADDINOL

AGIP

ARAL

ASEOL

AVIA

BECHEM

BP

CASTROL

COFRAN

DEA

ELF

ENGEN

ESSO

FINA

FRAGOL

FUCHS

Houghton

KLÜBER

KUWAIT

LIQUI MOLY

Mobil

SHELL

SRS

Stuart

Theunissen

TOTAL

TRIBOL

VALVOLINE

VERKOL

HEPG VG 46

BAF 46Vitam

Aqua VG 46

Avia Hydrosynth 46

Hydrostar UWF 46

Biohyd PEG 46

Econa PG 46

Hydraulic oil PGK 46

Hydraulic oil D3031.46

Hydraulic TR 46

Renolin PGE 46

Syntolubric 46

Fluid BD 46

Hydrocor E46

ISOCOR E46

Ultrasyn PG 46

Technical Data

Consumables

HLP VG 46

5

5.1

Hydraulic oil HLP 46

OSO 46

Aral Vitam GF 46

AVILUB RSL 46

Avia Fluid ZAD 46

Energol HLP 46

HYSPIN AWS 46

Cofraline extra 46 S

Astron HLP 46

ELFOLNA 46

ELFOLNA DS 46

Engen TQH 20/46

NUTO H 46

HYDRAN 46

RENOLIN

MR 15, VG 46, B15 VG 46

LAMORA HLP 46

Q8 Haydn 46, Q8 Holst 46, hydraulics S46

HLP 46 ISO

Mobil DTE 25

Mobil Hydraulic Oil Medium

Shell Tellus oil 46

Shell Hydrol DO 46

WIOLAN HS 46

WIOLAN HX 4

Cofraline extra 46 S

Azolla ZS 46

Tribol 772

Tribol ET 1140-46

Tribol 943 AW 46

Vesta HLP 46

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5.2

5.1.2

Technical Data

Tyres

Lubricating grease

Designation

Central lubrication unit

Lubrication points (manual lubrication)

Filling quantity

3.5 L

As required 1

Specification

Grease up to NLGI class 2 with EP additives adjusted to the outside temperatures

(thickener: Lithium Complex), basic oil viscosity at 40°C:

85 ... 125 mm²/s,

see

Page 336

.

Mobilgrease XHP 222 Intermediate gear 65 g (per side)

1 Lubricate the lubrication point until grease comes out of the bearing position. After lubricating, remove the grease coming out of the bearing position.

5.1.3

Coolant

Consumables/Initial filling at the factory

Designation

Engine coolant tank

Filling quantity Specification

54 L See enclosed

LIEBHERR operating instructions

Initial filling at the factory

BASF Glysantin G40

5.1.4

Refrigerant (air conditioning)

Designation

Refrigerant

Oil

Filling quantity

1,800 g

75 mL

Specification

R134a

PAG ISO100

5.1.5

5.2

Fuel/urea

Designation

Fuel tank

Urea tank

Filling quantity

800 L

70 L

Specification

See shipped operating instructions from LIEBHERR

Tyres

Before working on a slope, increase the tyre pressure by 0.4 bar more than the recommended pressure indicated in the following table. After working on the slope, the tyre pressure must be set to the recommended values in the table.

Before putting the machine into storage at the end of the harvesting season, set the tyre pressure to the maximum permitted value. Before starting the new season, the tyre pressure must be set to the values in the table.

Tyres

Front: 800/65 R32 (AC70N)

Rear: 600/65 R28 (AC65)

Front: 800/60 R32 (Flotation Trac)

Rear: 600/60 R30.5 (Flotation Trac)

Recommended tyre pressure

1.6 bar

1.4 bar

1.2 bar

1.2 bar

Max. permissible tyre pressure

4.0 bar

2.0 bar

4.0 bar

4.0 bar

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6.1

Control and Display Elements

Overview of operating elements

Control and Display Elements

Overview of operating elements

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6.1

3 4 5

6 7 8 9

1

2

10

11

6.2

BM000-034

3

4

1

2

5

6

Steering column with steering wheel

Brake pedal

7

8

Navigation module

Keypad

Operation unit automatic climate control 9

Light control unit 10

Ignition lock

Terminal

11 Control lever Interior lighting/control lever lighting switch

Main mode switch

Opening doors and windows of cabin

Opening right side window

In case of an emergency, the right side window can be opened as an exit door.

WARNING

Danger to life due to blocked escape route

If the right side window cannot be opened without obstruction, the escape route for the driver is obstructed.

„ Make sure prior to travel that the right platform is free.

To fully open the window on the right next to the driver's seat:

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6.2

Control and Display Elements

Opening doors and windows of cabin

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BM000-067

„ Swivel the lever (1) forwards until it locks into position.

BM000-176

„ Pull the cotter pin (2) and remove it.

BM000-177

„ Open the side window (3) all the way.

Opening the cabin door

Opening the cabin door from outside

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Opening doors and windows of cabin

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6.2

BX001-138

„ Unlock the door lock (1) with the door key.

„ Press in the door lock (1) and open the door.

Opening the cabin door from inside

1

BX001-139

„ Press up the door opening lever (1) and open the door outwards.

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6.3

6.3

Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the steering column

Control and display elements on the steering column

BM000-035

1 Steering wheel

2

3

Indicator and warning lamps, see

Page 82

Unlocking pedal for steering column adjustment bottom,

see Page 171

5

6.3.1

6.3.1.1

Steering column switch

Activating horn

4 Release lever for horizontal steering column adjustment and upper pivot point,

see Page 171

Steering column switch, see Page 78

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BM000-055

„ To actuate the horn, press the momentary switch (1) for the horn on the steering column switch (2).

Æ As long as the momentary switch is pressed, the horn sounds.

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Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the steering column

Switching direction indicators on/off

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6.3

6.3.1.3

BM000-056

„ To switch on the right direction indicator, move the steering column switch (1) forwards.

Æ The right direction indicator is switched on.

„ To switch on the left direction indicator, move the steering column switch (1) backwards.

Æ The left direction indicator is switched on.

The direction indicator is switched off when the steering wheel is turned.

„ To switch off the direction indicator when the steering wheel is not turned, move the steering column switch (1) in the opposite direction.

The "Direction indicator" indicator lamp lights up when the direction indicator lamps are switched

on, see Page 82

.

Switching parking light/dipped beam on/off

2 1

I

II

III

IV

BM000-059

The lighting setting ring gauge (2) on the steering column switch (1) can be turned to the following positions:

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6.3

Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the steering column

Pos.

Icon

I

Explanation

Switches the light off.

II

III

IV

Switches the parking light on.

Switches dipped beam on.

Inoperative

6.3.1.4

„ To switch on the parking light, turn the lighting setting ring gauge (2) one notch forwards to position II.

Æ

Front parking light and rear parking light are lit, see Page 85

.

ü

The ignition is switched on, see Page 98

.

„ To switch on the dipped beam, turn the lighting setting ring gauge (2) to the second notch forwards to position III.

Æ

The green "Dimmed beam" indicator lamp is lit, see Page 82 .

Æ Dipped beam, front parking light, licence plate lamp and rear position lamp are on,

see

Page 85

„ To switch off the parking light and dipped beam, turn the lighting setting ring gauge (2) to the last notch backwards to position I.

Æ All the lights are switched off.

Switching full beam on/off

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BM000-057

ü The dimmed beam is switched on,

see Page 79 .

„ To switch on full beam, press the steering column switch (1) downwards.

Æ The steering column switch locks in this position and full beam is switched on.

Æ The blue "Full beam" indicator lamp lights up,

see Page 82

.

„ To switch off full beam, move the steering column switch (1) to the neutral position.

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Actuating headlamp flasher

Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the steering column

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6.3

6.3.1.6

BM000-058

„ To activate the headlamp flasher, press the steering column switch (1) upwards.

Æ As long as the steering column switch is pressed upwards, the full beam and the blue "Full

beam" indicator lamp are lit, see Page 82 .

Switching windshield wipers on/off

1 2

I

II

III

IV

BM000-060

The setting ring gauge (2) for the windshield wiper on the steering column switch (1) can be turned to the following positions:

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6.3

Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the steering column

Pos.

I

Icon Explanations

Switches the windscreen wiper off.

II

III

IV

Switches on interval mode of the windscreen wiper.

Switches on continuous operation of the windscreen wiper.

Switches on the windscreen washer system.

6.3.2

„ To switch on the wiper in interval mode, turn the setting ring gauge (2) one notch forwards to position II.

Æ The windshield wiper operates in interval mode.

„ To switch on the wiper in continuous operation, turn the setting ring gauge (2) to the second notch forwards to position III.

Æ The windshield wiper operates in continuous operation.

„ To switch on the windscreen washer system, turn the setting ring gauge (2) to the third notch forwards to position IV.

Æ The windscreen washer system is operating.

„ To switch off the wiper, turn the setting ring gauge (2) to the last notch backwards to position

I.

Æ The wiper returns to the rest position and stops.

Indicator and warning lamps

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1 "Left direction indicator" indicator lamp

2 "Full beam" indicator lamp

3 "Dimmed beam" indicator lamp

4 Warning lamp "Charging control"

5 not assigned

6 "Right direction indicator" indicator lamp

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Control and Display Elements

Actuating service brake

Switching the flashing warning light on/off

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6.4

6.4

BM000-061

„ To switch on the flashing warning light, press the flashing warning light switch (1) to position

II.

Æ When the flashing warning light is switched on, all direction indicators flash simultaneously

and the warning lights for the direction indicators on the left and right are lit, see Page 82 .

„ To switch off the flashing warning light, press the flashing warning light switch (1) to position

I.

Æ The warning lights for direction indicators on the left and right go out.

Actuating service brake

WARNING

Risk of accident due to defective service brake!

If the service brake has a restricted function, the machine cannot be brought to a standstill in time. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Before starting the machine, always check service brake and ensure its functionality.

BM000-062

„ Before driving, check the service brake, drive the machine at low speed one metre forwards and actuate the brake pedal (1).

Æ If the machine brakes, the service brake is functioning correctly.

Æ If the machine does not brake, stop driving the machine.

„

Shut down and secure the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Have a technician check and repair the service brake.

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6.5

6.5

Control and Display Elements

Lighting

Lighting

6.5.1

Light control unit

The Light Control Unit is used to switch the working lights, mirror heating and the wipers on and off and to adjust the outside mirrors.

If one of the functions is active, an LED above the corresponding key lights up.

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2

3

4

9

10

11

12

13

6

7

8

BXG000-012

Pos.

1

5

Designation

"Mirror heating" key

Explanation

Switches the heating on/off for the outside rearview mirrors and the anti-collision mirror.

not assigned

"Warning beacon" key Switches the warning beacons on/off.

"Cabin working light, left/right" key

Switches the cabin working light at left and right on/off.

"Maintenance and ladder lighting" key

Switches the maintenance and ladder lighting on/ off.

"Working light, left/right" key Switches the working light at left and right on/off.

not assigned

"Left wiper" key

"Right wiper" key not assigned

"Rear working light" key not assigned

"Memory" key

Switches the left wiper on/off.

Switches the right wiper on/off.

Switches the rear working light on/off.

Switches a programmed combination of working

lights on/off, see Page 87 .

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Control and Display Elements

Lighting

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16

17

18

19

Pos.

14

15

20

21

22

Designation not assigned

"Working lights cabin roof" key

Explanation

Switches the cabin roof working lights on/off.

"Front guard working lights" key Switches the front guard working lights on/off.

not assigned

"All working lights" key 1

"Right outside rear-view mirror" key not assigned

Switches all working lights on/off.

Activates the right outside rear-view mirror for mirror adjustment.

"Left outside rear-view mirror" key

Activates the left outside rear-view mirror for mirror adjustment.

"Mirror adjustment" control panel Adjusts the reflecting surface of the mirror which has a lit indicator lamp.

1 The "All working lights" key switches the working lights on/off only if the parking light has been switched on.

Road travel lighting

1

2

5

8

7

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5

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6.5

Control and Display Elements

Lighting

1 Side direction indicator/flashing warning lamp

2 Dipped beam/full beam

3 Front position lamp

4 Front direction indicator/flashing warning lamp

5 Warning beacon

6 Licence plate lamp

7 Rear direction indicator/flashing warning lamp

8 Rear position lamp/parking light/brake lamp

6.5.1.2

Working lights

WARNING

Risk of accident from dazzling working lights

If the working lights are not switched off during road travel, road users may be blinded.

„ Switch the working lights off during road travel.

1

2

4

5

3

2

3

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1 Front cabin working light

2 Rear cabin working light

3 Side working light

4 Rear working light

5 Front working light

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Control and Display Elements

Lighting

Switching and saving working lights via “Memory” key

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6.5

6.5.1.4

BXG000-039

The "Memory" key (2) can be used to combine several working lights (1) into one lighting scenario so that they can be switched on or off simultaneously.

„ To save a lighting scenario with different working lights, switch on the required working lights

(1) with the corresponding keys and press the "Memory" key (2) for 3 seconds.

Æ The lighting scenario is saved. For monitoring purposes the LED above the "Memory" key

(2) flashes.

„ To switch on the working lights (1) of the saved lighting scenario, press the "Memory" key

(2).

Æ The working lights (1) of the saved lighting scenario light up. For monitoring purposes the

LEDs are lit above the keys which belong to the lighting scenario.

„ To switch off the working lights (1) of the saved lighting scenario, press the "Memory" key

(2).

Æ The working lights (1) of the saved lighting scenario go out. For monitoring purposes the

LEDs go out above the keys which belong to the lighting scenario.

„ To save a new lighting scenario, repeat the saving process with different working lights (1).

Æ The previous lighting scenario is overwritten.

Warning beacons

BM000-095

INFO

In some countries the warning beacons must be switched on for road travel. Observe the respective national statutory regulations.

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6.5

Control and Display Elements

Lighting

The warning beacons (2) are automatically switched on when the Main Mode Switch is set to

"Road mode".

„ To manually switch off the warning beacons (2), press the key (1) on the Light Control Unit.

Æ The LED above the key (1) goes out.

6.5.1.5

Ladder lighting

For the "Ladder and maintenance lighting" version

To enable the rungs on the ladder up to the cabin to be easily seen, even in the dark, the rungs can be illuminated

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Leaving Home function

The Leaving Home function allows the cabin to be entered safely, even in the dark.

„ To activate the "Leaving Home" function, press the "Ladder lighting" (3) key.

Æ The lights (1), (2), (4) and (5) light up for a certain amount of time.

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Lighting

Coming Home function

The Coming Home function allows the cabin to be left safely, even in the dark.

„ The activate the Coming Home function, turn the ignition key to the "STOP" position.

Æ The lights (1), (2), (4) and (5) light up for a certain amount of time.

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6.5

Lighting for refuelling

The lighting for refuelling serves to illuminate around the tank nozzle sufficiently in the dark.

„ To activate the lighting for refuelling, press the "Ladder lighting" key (3) 2 x or if either the

Coming Home function or Leaving Home function is active, press the "Ladder lighting" key

(3) 1 x.

Æ The lights (2) light up for a certain amount of time.

INFO

The time period for activation of the individual functions can be set in the terminal in the menu cabin "Lighting settings".

6.5.1.6

Maintenance lighting

For the "Ladder and maintenance lighting" version

BM000_236

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6.5

Control and Display Elements

Lighting

1 Maintenance lamp left side hood

2 Maintenance lamp cooler compartment

3 Maintenance lamp right side hood

4 Maintenance lamp rear storage compartment

„ To switch on the maintenance lamps (1), (2), (3) and (4), press the "Maintenance and ladder lighting" key,

see Page 84 .

Æ The maintenance lamps (1), (2), (3) and (4) light up.

„ To switch on the maintenance lamps (1), (2), (3), (4) and the lighting on the ladder up to the

cabin, press the key on the ladder up to the cabin for longer than 2 seconds, see Page 84 .

Æ The maintenance lamps (1), (2), (3), (4) and the lighting on the ladder up to the cabin light up for 20 minutes. After 20 minutes the central electrical system switches off to preserve battery power.

6.5.1.7

Wiper on left/on right

6.5.1.8

BXG000-051

„ To switch on the left wiper, press the "Left wiper" key (1) on the light control unit.

Æ The left wiper wipes, the LED above the key is lit.

„ To switch off the left wiper, press the "Left wiper" key (1).

Æ The left wiper goes into park position, LED above the key goes out.

„ To switch on the right wiper, press the "Right wiper" key (2) on the light control unit.

Æ The right wiper wipes, the LED above the key is lit.

„ To switch off the right wiper, press the "Right wiper" key (2).

Æ The right wiper goes into park position, LED above the key goes out.

Setting mirror

Adjusting outside rear-view mirrors

WARNING

Danger to life of persons next to and behind the machine due to impaired view of the driver!

If the outside rear-view mirrors are not correctly set, the driver does not have a proper view of the area around the machine, possibly placing people in danger when the machine is being driven.

„ Before driving the machine, set the outside rear-view mirrors so that the driver has maximum visibility of the rear area from the driver’s seat.

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Lighting

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6.5

BXG000-052

„ In order to adjust the left outside rear-view mirror, press the “Left outside rear-view mirror” key (3).

ð The LED above the key lights up.

„ Press the "Mirror adjustment" control panel (1) in the direction in which the selected mirror is to be adjusted.

Æ The area of the left outside rear-view mirror swivels in the desired direction.

„ In order to adjust the right outside rear-view mirror, press the “Right outside rear-view mirror” key (2).

ð The LED above the key lights up.

„ Press the "Mirror adjustment" control panel (1) in the direction in which the selected mirror is to be adjusted.

Æ The surface of the right outside rear-view mirror swivels in the desired direction.

Setting the anti-collision mirror

WARNING

Danger to life of persons on right next to the machine as the driver only has an impaired view!

If the anti-collision mirror is not adjusted correctly, the driver does not have a proper view of the ground area next to the right front wheel. This can endanger persons when the machine is moving.

„ Before you start driving, adjust the anti-collision mirror such that the ground area next to the right front wheel is sufficiently visible to the driver from the driver’s seat.

BXG000-097

„ Manually set the anti-collision mirror (1) in such a way that the ground area next to the right front wheel can be checked prior to starting.

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6.5

Control and Display Elements

Lighting

Switching mirror heating on/off

6.5.2

BXG000-054

„ To heat the outside mirrors and the anti-collision mirror, press the "Mirror heating" key (1).

Æ The LED above the key lights up. The heating for the outside mirrors and the anti-collision mirror has been switched on.

„ To switch off the heating for the outside mirrors and the anti-collision mirror, press the

"Mirror heating" key (1).

Æ The LED above the key goes out. The heating for the outside mirrors and the anti-collision mirror has been switched off.

Interior lighting

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The interior lamp (2) is located on the cab roof and is switched with the switch (3).

The switch has 3 positions:

Pos.

I

II

III

Explanation

The interior lamp is switched via the door contact switch.

The interior lamp has been switched off.

The interior lamp has been switched on.

Switching logic when the switch (3) is in position II:

• When the cabin door is opened, the interior lamp (2) is switched on and is switched off again after a delay.

• When the cabin door is being opened, the interior lamp (2) is switched on. As soon as

ignition stage II is switched on see Page 207 , the interior lamp (2) goes out.

• When the diesel engine has been switched off, the interior lamp (2) is switched on and goes out after a short time.

In addition to the interior lamp (2), the lighting for the control lever (1) is switched on as soon as the parking, dipped or full beam has been switched on.

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6.6

Control and Display Elements

Operating elements on control lever

Operating elements on control lever

The control lever is used to make important settings and issue commands for road and field mode of the machine.

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6.6

BXG000-010

The keys on the control lever are used to run machine functions. The keys are assigned either to sensing mode, step mode or 2-stage operation. Depending on the particular key operating mode involved, there are 2 methods of running the machine functions:

• Sensing mode: The function is activated and completely run by tapping the key. The function is not stopped by releasing the key.

• Step mode: The function is run for as long as the key is pressed.

designated in the following table is located on the keypad, see

The release button

Page 95 .

Pos.

1.1

Designation

"Lower/fold down all mowers simultaneously" key

Explanation

Lowers all mowers simultaneously. (Sensing mode)

1.2

"Raise/fold in all mowers simultaneously" key

With previously pressed release button :

Folds down all mowers simultaneously from the transport into the headland position. (Step mode)

For the "Hydraulically foldable side guards" version:

The side guards of the mowers are automatically actuated.

Raises all mowers simultaneously. (1.stage: step mode; 2. stage: sensing mode)

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6.6

6

7

8

4

5

2

3

Control and Display Elements

Operating elements on control lever

Pos.

1.2

1.3

1.4

9

10

11

12

Designation

"Raise/fold in all mowers simultaneously" key

Explanation

With previously pressed release button :

Folds up all mowers simultaneously from headland position to transport position. (Step mode)

For the "Hydraulically foldable side guards" version:

The side guards of the mowers are automatically actuated.

"Left front mower side shift" key For the "Hydraulic side shift on front mower" version:

Shifts front mower to left. (Step mode)

"Right front mower side shift" key For the "Hydraulic side shift on front mower" version:

Shifts front mower to right. (Step mode)

"Acceleration behaviour" switch Switches the value for the acceleration behaviour.

"Traction drive" key Releases the traction drive.

"M1" key

"M2" key

Freely assignable memory key

Freely assignable memory key

"M3" key

"M4" key

"Lower front mower" key

"Raise front mower" key

Freely assignable memory key

Freely assignable memory key

"Automatic steering system" key For the "Automatic steering" version:

Activates the automatic steering system. (Sensing mode)

Lowers the front mower. (Sensing mode)

Raises the front mower. (1.stage: step mode; 2.

stage: sensing mode)

"Lower/fold down right side mounted mower" key

Lowers the right mower (sensing mode).

"Raise/fold in right side mounted mower" key

With pressed release button :

Folds down right mower from transport into headland position. (Step mode)

Raises the right mower. (1.stage: step mode; 2.

stage: sensing mode)

With previously pressed release button :

Folds in the right mower from the headland position into the transport position. (Step mode)

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6.7

Pos.

13

14

Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the keypad

Designation

"Lower/fold down left side mounted mower" key

Explanation

Lowers the left mower. (Sensing mode)

"Raise/fold in left side mounted mower" key

With previously pressed release button :

Folds down left mower from transport into headland position. (Step mode)

Raises the left mower. (1.stage: step mode; 2.

stage: sensing mode)

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6.7

With previously pressed release button :

Folds in the left mower from the headland position into the transport position. (Step mode)

Control and display elements on the keypad

BXG000-011

• The keys that can be used to select functions light up.

• The top left LED in each key flashes on and off or lights up when the selected function is executed.

The keys on the keypad are used to run machine functions. The keys are designed either for sensing mode or step mode or 2-stage operation. Depending on the operating mode of the keys, there are 2 methods of running the machine functions:

• Sensing mode: The function is activated and completely run by tapping the key. The function is not stopped by releasing the key.

• Step mode: The function is run for as long as the key is pressed.

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6.7

8

9

6

7

4

5

2

3

10

11

20

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

Control and Display Elements

Control and display elements on the keypad

Pos.

1

12

13

14

15

16

Designation

Release button for "Mowing units and drives"

Explanation

Release for:

• Fold in/down mowing units

• Switch on drives (Sensing mode)

Not assigned.

"Switch on all drives" key Switch on all drives. (Sensing mode)

"Switch off all drives" key

"Switch on left drive" key

"Switch off left drive" key

"Switch on front drive" key

Switch off all drives. (Sensing mode)

Switch on left drive. (Sensing mode)

Switch off left drive. (Sensing mode)

Switch on front drive (Sensing mode)

"Switch off front drive" key

"Switch on right drive" key

"Switch off right drive" key

"Increase diesel engine speed" key

"Reduce diesel engine speed" key

"Diesel engine speed" key

Switch off front drive (Sensing mode)

Switch on right drive. (Sensing mode)

Switch off right drive. (Sensing mode)

Increases the speed of the diesel engine. (Step mode)

Reduces the speed of the diesel engine. (Step mode)

"M-Power/Eco-Power" key

Switches between saved speed of the diesel engine and idle speed of the diesel engine (sensing mode).

Switches between Eco‑Power mode and

M‑Power mode (Sensing mode)

"Parking brake" key

"Traction control system" key

• Applies the parking brake. (Sensing mode)

• Releases the parking brake. (Sensing mode)

Changes between TC I (low slip) and TC II (increased slip) and OFF. (Sensing mode)

Raises front and rear axle. (Step mode) "Raise front and rear axle" key

"Lower front and rear axle" key Lowers front and rear axle. (Step mode)

"Fold down side guard" key Folds down side guard. (Sensing mode)

"Fold up side guard" key

"Open left swath hood" key

"Close left swath hood" key

"Open right swath hood" key

"Close right swath hood" key

Folds up side guard. (Sensing mode)

Opens left swath hood. (Sensing mode)

Closes left swath hood. (Sensing mode)

Opens right swath hood. (Sensing mode)

Closes right swath hood. (Sensing mode)

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6.8

Main mode switch

Control and Display Elements

Main mode switch

6

6.8

4

5

2

3

BM000-012

The Main Mode Switch (8) is used to select the operating mode of the machine.

Pos.

1

6

7

8

Designation

Quick-stop switch

Main Mode Switch tip

"Neutral mode" switch position

Explanation

Stops the working functions. The diesel engine continues running.

Indicates the selected operating mode.

Selects neutral mode.

"Road mode" switch position

"Maintenance mode" switch position

"Field mode" switch position

Selects road mode.

Selects maintenance mode.

Selects field mode.

Main Mode Switch unlocking device

Main mode switch

Pressed unlocking device releases the rotary switch.

Released unlocking device locks the rotary switch.

Selects the operating mode of the machine.

To select an operating mode with the Main Mode Switch (8):

„ Press and hold down the unlocking device (7) on the Main Mode Switch (8) and simultaneously turn the Main Mode Switch (8) to the required operating mode.

Æ The tip (2) indicates the selected operating mode.

To stop the working functions in an emergency:

„ Press the quick-stop switch (1).

To release the working functions again:

„ Unlock the quick-stop switch (1) by slightly turning it clockwise.

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6.9

6.9

Control and Display Elements

Quick-stop switch

Quick-stop switch

BXG000-006

The quick-stop switch (1) in the cabin is used to stop the working functions of the machine. The diesel engine continues running.

„ To actuate it, press down the quick-stop switch (1) until it locks into position.

Æ The working functions are stopped. The switch is locked.

6.10

BXG000-058

„ To release it, turn the quick-stop switch (1) clockwise until the home position is reached.

Æ The working functions are released again and can be activated again. The switch has been released.

Ignition lock

98

BM000-029

The ignition key (1) can be turned to 4 different positions in the ignition lock:

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Pos.

STOP

I

II

III

Control and Display Elements 6

Automatic climate control 6.11

Explanation

The circuit is interrupted.

The circuit for the electronics is switched on.

The ignition is switched on

Start position

6.11

6.11.1

Automatic climate control

Overview of automatic climate control

The driver can use the automatic climate control operation unit to operate the air conditioning and heating system of the cabin.

INFO

If the power supply to the control unit of the automatic climate control is interrupted, the control unit performs a self test after power is restored. After the self test is complete, the last setting to be saved appears.

BX000-140

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6.11

Automatic climate control

4

5

6

Pos.

1

2

3

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Designation

Air conditioning mode key

Plus key

Icon for the cabin

Air conditioning mode icon

REHEAT mode icon

Temperature unit

REHEAT key

Shift key for temperature units

Shift key for operating mode

Numeric display

Manual fan mode icon

Bar icon for the rotational speed of the evaporator fan

Fully automatic mode icon

Minus key

Control unit on/off key

Explanation

Switches air conditioning mode on/off.

In automatic mode: Increases the value for the required cabin temperature.

In manual mode: Increases the rotational speed of the evaporator fan.

Indicates the air flow in the cabin in REHEAT mode.

Air conditioning mode has been switched on.

REHEAT mode has been switched on.

Indicates the temperature unit of the setpoint value of the cabin temperature in °C or °F.

Switches REHEAT mode (dehumidifying cabin air) on/off.

Switches between temperature units °Celsius/

°Fahrenheit (key covered)

Automatically/manually switches between rotational speed of the evaporator fan.

Indicates the setpoint value of the cabin temperature or the error code.

Appears in manual fan mode.

Indicates the rotational speed of the evaporator fan in manual mode.

Fully automatic mode has been switched on.

In automatic mode: Reduces the value for the required cabin temperature.

In manual mode: Reduces the rotational speed of the evaporator fan.

Switches the control unit on/off.

6.11.2

Switching on automatic climate control

„ To switch on automatic climate control, press .

When the automatic climate control has been switched on, the control unit performs a self test.

The software version is displayed for approx. 5 seconds.

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Then the operating hours of the air conditioning are displayed for 5 seconds (e.g. 6 operating hours).

6.11.3

EQ002-095

Then the last saved setting appears in the display.

Setting cabin temperature

EQ002-098

The display shows the following information:

• The current cabin temperature in °C.

• That the control unit is in automatic mode (AUTO).

„ To change the cabin temperature, gradually press shown on the display.

or until the required value is

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6.11

Automatic climate control

6.11.4

Switching air conditioning mode on/off

EQ002-101

„ To switch on air conditioning mode, press .

Æ The icon is shown on the display. Air conditioning mode has been switched on.

Æ The compressor is turned on by the control unit if necessary.

„ To switch off air conditioning mode, press .

6.11.5

Æ The icon goes out on the display. Air conditioning mode has been switched off.

Æ The compressor is switched off by the control unit.

Switching REHEAT mode on/off

During REHEAT mode the cabin air is dehumidified.

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„ To switch on REHEAT mode, press .

Æ The icon is shown on the display. REHEAT mode has been switched on.

In REHEAT mode

• the compressor is permanently switched on,

• the rotational speed of the evaporator fan can be manually adjusted further,

• the control unit switches on the heater as required to keep the room temperature at the setpoint value.

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REHEAT mode is automatically limited to 60 minutes.

Control and Display Elements 6

Automatic climate control 6.11

„ To switch off REHEAT mode, press .

Æ The icon goes out on the display. REHEAT mode has been switched off.

6.11.6

Manually setting the evaporator fan speed

EQ002-093

„ To switch on the manual setting of the rotational speed of the evaporator fan,

Æ The manual setting of the rotational speed of the evaporator fan is active.

press.

Æ The bargraph shows the currently set fan speed (full bargraph =

100%).

Æ The AUTO icon goes out on the display. AUTO mode has been switched off.

Æ The icon flashes for 5 s.

During this period the fan speed can be increased or reduced in 10% steps.

„ To increase the fan speed, press .

„ To reduce the fan speed, press .

INFO

The lowest adjustable fan speed is 30% (three bars are displayed).

„ To activate AUTO mode, press twice.

Æ The AUTO icon is shown on the display. AUTO mode has been switched on.

Æ The and icons are no longer displayed.

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6.11

Automatic climate control

6.11.7

Switching temperature display between degrees Celsius and degrees

Fahrenheit

EQ002-092

„ To switch the temperature display between degrees Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit, hold down the concealed key (1) and also press the key.

6.11.8

EQ002-091 / EQ002-101

Æ The temperature display switches to the other temperature unit.

Malfunctions indicated on display

Error code (F0)

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EQ002-099

A defective ambient temperature sensor is displayed by the flashing display (F0):

• The control unit has recorded an error in the room temperature sensor. Controller is no longer ready for operation.

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INFO

In case of an error, the climate control continues working with the setting that was valid before the fault was recorded.

Possible causes of fault:

• Short circuit or discontinuance of sensor line.

• The plug connection on sensor or control unit temperature sensor is defective.

After the error has been eliminated, the climate control is ready for operation again.

The fault is no longer displayed.

Error code (F1)

EQ002-100

Error in blow-out temperature sensor is indicated by flashing indicator (F1):

• The control unit has recorded an error of blow-out temperature sensor, the control is no longer ready for operation.

INFO

In case of an error, the climate control continues working with the setting that was valid before the fault was recorded.

Possible causes of fault:

• Short circuit or discontinuance of sensor line.

• The plug connection on sensor or control unit temperature sensor is defective.

After the error has been eliminated, the climate control is ready for operation again.

The fault is no longer displayed.

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6.12

Sockets

6.12

Sockets

6.12.1

Cigarette lighter 12 V/24 V socket

6.12.2

BX001-203

On the right side of the cabin next to the ignition lock are:

• Cigarette lighter (12 V) (1)

• Socket (24 V) (2)

WARNING

Risk of burns from the hot cigarette lighter

During operation the cigarette lighter generates such high temperatures that it may cause burns.

„ Do not held the cigarette lighter (1) in the depressed position.

„ Hold the hot cigarette lighter (1) by the handle only.

„ Press in the cigarette lighter (12 V) (1) to heat it up:

Æ When the required lighter temperature has been reached, the cigarette lighter (12 V) (1) jumps back out automatically.

Electrical consumers with 24 V and maximum 15 A can be connected to the socket (24 V) (2).

If the diesel engine has been switched off, the battery will be discharged.

12 V sockets

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BX001-204

Located on the right side of the cabin next to the ignition lock is the 3-pin 12 volt socket

(15 A) (1).

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Sockets 6.12

6.12.3

BX001-206

The 12 volt socket (1) is located behind the driver's seat.

Diagnostics sockets

1

3

2

6.12.4

BMG000-068

There is the following diagnostics interfaces behind the driver's seat:

• ISOBUS diagnostics socket (1)

• KRONE diagnostics socket (2)

• For "GPS guidance" version : Ethernet diagnostics socket (3)

„ Ensure that only devices authorised by KRONE are connected to the diagnostics interfaces.

USB connection

BX001-207

The USB connection (1) is located in the right armrest.

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7.1

7

Terminal

Display design

Terminal

WARNING

Risk of injury to persons and damage to machines if error messages are ignored

If error messages are ignored without the fault being rectified injuries may occur to persons and/or severe damage to the machine.

„ Rectify fault if error message is shown.

„ If the fault cannot be rectified, contact KRONE service partner.

INFO

The working screens and menus in the following chapters show all possible machine versions. Therefore, the working screen and the menus on the terminal of your machine may differ.

7.1

Display design

1

108

2

EQG002-015

Pos.

1

2

Designation

Display

"On/Off" key

Explanation

Touch display and input interface on the terminal.

Switches the display on/off.

As the terminal is switched on and off via the ignition, do not press the "On/Off" key until the terminal does not respond when the ignition is switched on/off.

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Description display

Terminal

Description display

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7.2

7.3

EQG002-014

The display is used for displaying and entering data. It provides information about the current operating status of the machine. Settings can be made and different functions can be run.

To provide menu guidance and entry of values/data, the terminal is equipped with a touchcapable display. Touching the display enables you to call up and change values.

NOTICE

Operate the display only with your finger tips to avoid damaging the surface. Never use a pen, pencil or other pointed objects.

„ To run a specific function, press the appropriate key on the display.

„ To change a value quicker, press the respective key for more than 2 seconds.

„ To scroll in selection windows, drag a finger over the display.

Navigation module

EQ002-035

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Terminal

Navigation module

The function keys (1–6) of the navigation module provide direct access to the most important keys on the display.

The navigation scroll wheel (7) can be used to select the keys on the terminal, make settings on the machine and start and stop functions.

Description of the keys

Pos.

1

Icon Designation

"Step back" key

Explanation

Goes back one input step.

2

3

4

5

6

7

"Step forwards" key Goes forwards one input step.

"Home" key

"Main menu" key

"F2" key

"F1" key

Switches to the working screen

"Road mode" or "Field mode".

Opens the main menu.

Not assigned.

Not assigned.

Navigation scroll wheel Navigates on the display.

"Navigation scroll wheel" function

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Besides inputting data through the touch display, the navigation scroll wheel can also be used to navigate on the terminal and change numerical values.

To do this, the "navigation scroll wheel" can be pressed, rotated and slid to the side.

Navigating on the terminal

• Turning: Changes the selection of keys on the terminal in the direction of rotation.

The selected key has a yellow border.

• Pushing: Changes the selection of keys on the terminal in the sliding direction.

The selected key has a yellow border.

• Pressing: Actuates the selected key.

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Terminal

Possible terminals

7

7.4

Changing an adjustable numerical value

„ To navigate to the required adjustable value, rotate or slide the "navigation scroll wheel" (1).

Æ The selected key has a yellow border.

„ To switch the adjustable value to input mode, press the "navigation scroll wheel" (1).

Æ The key has an orange background.

„ To change the value, rotate the "navigation scroll wheel" (1).

„ To save the adjusted value, press the "navigation scroll wheel" (1).

Possible terminals

I II

7.5

EQG003-140

An 8" terminal (I) or a 12" terminal (II) can be installed in the machine.

The following description is explained in the example of the 12" terminal (II), but applies to both terminals. However, menus or displays may be arranged differently on the 8" terminal (I).

Input window

If a parameter with a numerical value is selected in a menu, an input window opens. The input window can be used to enter and then to release a new setpoint value for the parameter via a keypad.

EQG000-008

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7.5

Terminal

Input window

Operate input window

4

5

6

7

8

9

2

3

EQG002-061

Pos.

Icon

1

-

Designation

Cancel

Save

Value

Delete last digit

Explanation

Cancels the entry and closes the input window without saving the entry.

Saves the entered value and closes the input window.

Indicates the currently saved or newly entered value, in this example the value 50%.

Deletes the last digit of the value.

Delete value Deletes the input value.

Standard value (example) Sets the value to the preset standard value (in this example the value

50).

Point Inputs a decimal point.

Keys "0" to "9"

Plus/minus

Input the numerical values 0 to 9.

Switches the algebraic sign of the value.

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Terminal

Selection window

Explanation

• Each time the key is pressed, the current value is increased or reduced by the indicated value.

• If the key is pressed and held down, the value changes continuously by the indicated value.

7

7.6

Pos.

Icon

10

11

12

13

Designation

-100 (example)

-10 (example)

+10 (example)

+100 (example)

14

15

Minimum/maximum value Indicates the minimum and maximum value of the parameter.

Parameter designation Indicates the parameter designation, in this example "sensitivity".

If a value is input which is less than the minimum value, the value cannot be saved and the minimum value (14) is shown in red.

If a value is input which is greater than the maximum value, the value cannot be saved and the maximum value (14) is shown in red.

„ Input the required value via the keys (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13).

ð The value appears in the "Value" display range (3).

„ To save the entered value, press .

Selection window

If there are several selection options for an input field, a corresponding selection window opens.

2

3

EQG002-060

Pos.

1

Icon

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Designation

Cancel

Save

Up

Explanation

Cancels the entry and closes the selection window without saving the entry.

Saves the entered value and closes the selection window.

Moves the slide controller upwards.

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7.6

Terminal

Selection window

Pos.

4

Icon

5

6

Designation

Down

Possible selection

Current selection

Explanation

Moves the slide controller downwards.

Can be selected.

Indicates the selection made or the saved setting.

„ To choose the required setting, press

ð The chosen selection is highlighted with

.

.

„ To save the chosen selection, press .

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Terminal machine functions

WARNING

Risk of injury to persons and damage to machines if error messages are ignored

If error messages are ignored without the fault being rectified injuries may occur to persons and/or severe damage to the machine.

„ Rectify fault if error message is shown.

„ If the fault cannot be rectified, contact KRONE service partner.

2 3 2 3

1 1

6

4

6

5 5

EQG002-011

After switching on the ignition the working screen "Road mode" or the working screen "Field mode" is opened in the main window, depending on the position of the Main Mode Switch.

• The working screen "Road mode" shows the most-important engine and driving data.

• The working screen "Field mode" shows information about the field mode. Several settings for the field mode can be made when in the working screen.

The working screen is divided up into the following display ranges:

2

3

4

5

6

Pos.

1

Designation

Status line

Malfunction warning panel

Title bar

Direct input field mode

Information section

Engine and driving data

Explanation

Shows the current states of the machine, see

Page 116

.

Indicates error states of malfunctions.

Is only visible when malfunctions occur,

see

Page 119

.

Keys for counter menu, error menu and main

menu, see Page 121 .

Keys for direct input of the most important settings in field mode (on "Field mode" working

screen only), see Page 135 .

Freely assignable keys, see Page 135 .

Indicates current fuel levels, engine and traction

drive data, see Page 136 .

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8.1

8.1

Terminal machine functions

Status line

Status line

1

2

3

4

5

6 7

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1

2

3

4

Customer counter

Side mounted mower left

Front mounted mower

Right side mounted mower

5

6

7

Assignment of control lever keys M1,

M2, M3 and M4

Automatic steering system

SectionControl

The keys in the status line display the current status of the corresponding parts via colours and icons.

Customer counter (1)

Icon Explanation

Customer counter is inactive.

Customer counter is active.

Area counter is active.

If the key is pressed, the menu "Customer counter" appears.

Left side mounted mower (2)

Icon Explanation

Side mounted mower in transport position and locked in place

Side mounted mower in transport position and not locked in place

Side mounted mower between transport and headland position

Side mounted mower in headland position

Side mounted mower below headland position (mowing unit load relief not active)

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Icon

Terminal machine functions

Status line

Explanation

Side mounted mower in working position (mowing unit load relief active)

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8.1

Error condition

Position of side mounted mower not available

When the key is pressed, the mower functions menu "Side mounted mowers" is opened.

Front mounted mower (3)

Icon Explanation

Front mounted mower in headland position

Front mounted mower below headland position (mowing unit load relief not active)

Front mounted mower in working position (mowing unit load relief active)

Warning state, faulty on one side

Error condition, faulty on two sides

Position of front mounted mower not available

When a key is pressed, the mower functions menu "Front mounted mower" is opened.

Right side mounted mower (4)

Icon Explanation

Side mounted mower in transport position and locked in place

Side mounted mower in transport position and not locked in place

Side mounted mower between transport and headland position

Side mounted mower in headland position

Side mounted mower below headland position (mowing unit load relief not active)

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Terminal machine functions

Status line

Icon Explanation

Side mounted mower in working position (mowing unit load relief active)

Error condition

Position of side mounted mower not available

When a key is pressed, the mower functions menu "Side mounted mowers" is opened.

Assignment of control lever keys M1, M2, M3 and M4 (5)

The 4 control lever keys can be assigned with all the functions (the table shows an assignment using the M1 key):

Icon Explanation

Key assignment M1 is inactive.

Call up saved cutting height 1.

Call up saved cutting height 2.

Call up open/close right swath hood (for version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood").

Call up open/close left swath hood (for version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood").

Call up saved mowing unit load relief 1.

Call up saved mowing unit load relief 2.

Call up mirror front mowing unit side shift (for version with "Hydraulic front mowing unit side shift").

INFO: When the automatic side shift is active, only the manual shift is mirrored.

Call up mirroring of front mounted mower side shift centre position (for version with "Hydraulic front mounted mower side shift").

INFO: When the automatic side shift is active, only the manual side shift is reset.

Reverse front mowing unit side shift effective direction at steering angle

(for version with "Hydraulic front mowing unit side shift").

Activate SectionControl.

When a key is pressed, the cabin "Control lever" menu is opened.

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Automatic steering system (6)

Terminal machine functions

Malfunctions indicated on malfunction warning panel

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8.2

For the "Automatic steering system" version

Icon Explanation

ISOBUS automatic steering system is inactive.

ISOBUS automatic steering system is ready.

The automatic steering system is ready when the associated release switches have been actuated.

ISOBUS automatic steering system is active.

The automatic steering system is ready when the associated release switches and the "Automatic steering system" key have been actuated.

When a key is pressed, the driving functions menu "Automatic steering system" is opened.

Section Control (7)

With "SectionControl" version

Icon

+

Explanation

SectionControl is inactive.

SectionControl is ready.

SectionControl is active.

When a key is pressed, the "ISOBUS" machine menu opens.

Malfunctions indicated on malfunction warning panel

EQG002-021

The following warnings and faults may appear in the “Malfunction warning panel” display range:

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Terminal machine functions

Malfunctions indicated on malfunction warning panel

Icon Designation

"Exhaust aftertreatment system" warning lamp

Explanation

Shows the status of the exhaust aftertreatment system.

Yellow "Engine" warning lamp The engine electronics have detected a fault with the engine.

Red "Engine" warning lamp The engine electronics have detected a serious fault with the engine.

„ Immediately stop the engine and eliminate the fault.

"Limited operation" warning lamp If the control electronics establish a fault with the traction drive, the speed of the machine is limited to 0 to 20 km/h depending on the severity of the fault.

"Frost protection mode" indicator lamp

Frost protection mode is activated when the ambient temperature and the engine coolant temperature fall below a defined limit. In frost protection mode, the engine speed is limited. A progress bar below the indicator lamp shows for how long the frost protection will continue to be active.

8.2.1

8.2.2

Warning lamps – urea tank filling level

The combinations of warning lamp status displays listed in the table indicate the drop in the filling level in the urea tank as a percentage.

Status of the warning lamps Explanation

10 % ≥ urea tank filling level > 5 %

• 1. Warning on off

5 % ≥ urea tank filling level > 2.5 %

• The available torque is reduced to 80% of the maximum torque.

on flashing

2.5 % ≥ urea tank filling level > 2 %

• The available torque is reduced from

80% to 20% of the maximum torque.

flashing flashing

Urea tank filling level = 2 %

• The available torque is reduced to 20 % of the maximum torque.

flashing on

„ To reach full engine performance and driving speed again, fill an adequate amount of urea in the specified quantity into the urea tank.

Warning lamps – urea quality, errors or manipulation on the exhaust aftertreatment system

The combinations of warning lamp status displays listed in the table indicate errors or manipulation on the exhaust aftertreatment system as well as unacceptable urea quality.

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

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8.3

Status of the warning lamps on on flashing flashing off flashing flashing on

Explanation

Up to 60 min engine running time after a fault or manipulation to the exhaust aftertreatment system or impermissible urea quality has been detected.

• 1. Warning

From 60 min – 170 min engine running time after the cause has been detected.

• The available torque is reduced to 80% of the maximum torque.

From 170 min – 200 min engine running time after the cause has been detected.

• The available torque is reduced from

80% to 20% of the maximum torque.

From 200 min engine running time after the cause has been detected.

• The available torque is reduced to 20 % of the maximum torque.

To reach full engine performance and driving speed again:

„ Add an adequate amount of urea of the specified quality to the urea tank.

„ Search for and remedy the error on the exhaust aftertreatment system, get in touch with your KRONE service partner.

Keys in the title bar

EQG002-022

Icon Designation

"Counter" menu

"Error" menu

Main menu

Explanation

Opens the "Counter" menu.

Opens the "Error" menu.

Opens the main menu.

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8.3

8.3.1

Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

“Counters” menu

EQG002-083

Current machine data can be retrieved via sub-menus in the “Counters” menu.

ü The working screen is active.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The display shows the “Counters” menu with its sub-menus.

“Customer Counter” menu

EQG002-055

Customer records can be created in the “Customer Counter” menu.

ü The “Counters” menu is active.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The list with the created customers is displayed.

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Creating customer data record

Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

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8.3

EQG002-056

„ To create a customer data record, press .

ð The alphanumeric input field "Last name" opens.

„ Enter or change the data of the customer in the alphanumeric input field.

Operation alphanumeric input field

„ To change from capital letters to lower case letters and vice versa, press

„ Press to change from alphabetical to numerical keyboard.

„ To change from numerical to alphabetical keyboard, press .

„ Press to enter special sign.

„ To save the customer record, press .

„ To cancel the entry and keep the old setting, press .

.

EQG003-027

„ To enter more customer data, press .

ð The menu with the input fields for the customer record is displayed.

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

EQG003-029

„ To enter the customer data, press the appropriate key.

„ Enter the data via the alphanumeric input field.

EQG003-028

Æ The created customer data records are indicated in a list on the customer counter.

„ To create another customer data record, press .

„ To select a customer data record, press .

„ To select the surface counter for a customer, press .

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EQG003-032

Æ The display shows the "Surfaces" overview for the particular customer.

Æ One "Surface 01" is automatically created for each new customer.

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Keys in the title bar

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8.3

Renaming surface

„ To open the “Details surface” window, press .

EQG003-020

„ To rename a surface, press the corresponding key; in this example, press

.

Æ The alphanumeric input field opens.

„ Rename the surface in the alphanumeric input field,

see Page 123

.

„ To delete the surface, press .

Creating a surface

EQG003-021

„ To create a surface for the customer, press .

Æ The alphanumeric input field opens.

„ Enter the name for the new surface in the alphanumeric input field,

see Page 123 .

Æ The created surfaces are displayed in a table in the "Surfaces" window.

If several surfaces are created for a customer, a line with the total values for the created surfaces of the customer appears at the end of the table.

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8.3

Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

Deleting a surface

EQG002-074

„ To delete one or more surfaces, press .

Æ A selection view opens.

„ Select the surface or the surfaces that are to be deleted in the square at the end of the line.

„ To delete the selected surfaces, press .

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

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EQG003-022

„ To start the counter for each surface, press in the "Surfaces" window or

in the "Surface details" window.

Æ The counter starts and records the surface data until the counter is stopped again.

EQG002-059

Æ The currently recorded surface is shown in the "Customer counter" window and the

"Surfaces" window in the "Active customer counter" area The icon for the surface and for the customer is highlighted in green

„ To stop the counter, press

"Surface details" screen.

in the "Surfaces" window or in the

INFO

If the key is pressed for a surface, although the customer counter has been started for another surface, a direct change is made to the surfaces being recorded. In other words, the counter of the previously recorded surface is stopped and - at the same time

- the counter for the other surface is started.

Viewing current surface data

The “Details surface” window displays the current surface data.

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

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Exporting customer data

EQG002-058

„ Plug a USB flash drive into the USB port (1) in the right armrest.

„ To export customer data to the USB flash drive, press .

"Day counter" menu

EQG003-024

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Keys in the title bar

ü The "Counter" menu is open.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ Three day counters are shown that permanently record the current work and consumption data of the machine for the three currently running working periods. Date and time show when the day counters were last reset.

„ Press to complete the work periods and to reset the day counter.

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in the corresponding line.

„ To select the values for a day counter, press

Æ The "Day counter details" window opens.

EQG003-023

The "Day counter details" window shows the following current data for the selected work period:

• Operating hours of the diesel engine

• Operating hours of mowers

• Operating hours mowers swathing

• Operating hours mowers partial wide spreading

• Operating hours mowers wide spreading

• Fuel consumption

• Odometer (road, field, total)

• Area counter

The work periods can be reset individually so that each counter starts counting the data again from 0.

„ Press to complete the work periods and to reset the day counter.

INFO

Fuel consumption measurement is not calibrated and can therefore not be used for billing purposes.

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

“Total Counter” menu

8.3.2

EQG002-012

ü The “Counters” menu is active.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The current work and consumption data of the machine is displayed.

The following current data is displayed:

• Operating hours of the diesel engine

• Operating hours of the mowers

• Area counter

• Fuel consumption

• Odometer (road, field, total distance)

INFO

Fuel consumption measurement is not calibrated and can therefore not be used for billing purposes.

“Error” menu

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ü The working screen is active.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The display shows the “Errors” menu with its sub-menus.

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“Active Errors” menu

Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

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EQG003-025

ü The “Errors” menu is active.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The display shows the “Active Errors” menu with the active errors on the machine with error number and error designation.

„ To call up information on an error, press next to the error message.

Æ The window for the error description is shown.

EQG003-026

1 Selected error number

2 Brief description of the error

„ To close the error description, press .

3 Description of the error

4 "Close" key

"Error history" menu

The error history can be cleared by a KRONE service technician only.

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

EQG003-090

ü The "Error" menu has been selected.

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The display shows the "Error history" menu with error messages that have occurred since the error history was last cleared.

„ To call up information on an error, press next to the error message.

Æ The window for the error description is shown.

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EQG003-026

1 Selected error number

2 Brief description of the error

„ To close the error description, press .

3 Description of the error

4 "Close" key

"Control units overview" menu

The "Control units overview" menu displays the control units of the machine on a diagram.

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Keys in the title bar

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EQG002-048

„ To open the menu, press .

Æ The display shows the "Control unit overview" menu.

„ To open the overview of the control units for the machine bus, press

The respective brief descriptions are on the squares for the control units.

The status of the individual control units is indicated by the colour of the squares.

Icon Explanation

CAN activity present, no errors

.

CAN activity present, with one or more errors

No CAN activity present, error can not be determined

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Terminal machine functions

Keys in the title bar

EQG002-041

„ To open the overview of the control units for the engine bus, press .

8.3.3

EQG002-042

„ To open the overview of the control units of the AUX bus, press .

„ To call up information about a control unit, press the key on the respective control unit.

Æ The associated information field is displayed.

Main menu

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EQG002-013

ü The working screen has been selected.

„ To open the main menu, press .

For menu structure and to navigate in the menus,

see Page 142 .

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Direct input “Field mode”

Terminal machine functions

Direct input “Field mode”

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8.5

EQG002-018

The "Direct input field mode" can be used to make settings directly from the "Field mode" working screen without having to open the submenu.

To change the specified setting values, press or .

Pressing reduces the set value:

• By a specified value each time the key is pressed.

• If the key is pressed and held down, the value is gradually reduced.

• If the key is held down for longer, the value is reduced more quickly.

Pressing increases the set value:

• By a specified value each time the key is pressed.

• If the key is pressed and held down, the value is gradually increased.

• If the key is held down for longer, the value is increased more quickly.

Information area

EQG000-007

The keys in the information section can be freely assigned via a selection box.

Assigning keys

ü The working screen has been selected.

„ Press the key to be assigned.

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Terminal machine functions

Engine and driving data display range

ð The selection box opens up.

„ Select the required assignment.

„ To save the assignment, press .

8.6

„ To cancel the entry, press .

When the selection is saved, the existing assignment is overwritten.

Engine and driving data display range

The "Engine and driving data" display range shows the machine's current fuel levels, engine and driving data.

1

6 9

8 4 6

4

5 7

1 7

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2

3

EQG002-016

Pos.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Designation

Display coolant temperature

Display fuel level

Display urea level

Explanation

Indicates the current coolant temperature in °C

(digital and analogue).

Indicates the current fuel level as a % (digital and analogue).

Indicates the current urea level as a % (digital and analogue).

Display speed in digital format Indicates the current speed in digital format in km/ h or mph.

Display speed in analogue format Indicates the current speed in analogue format in km/h or mph (in "Road mode" working screen only).

Display engine speed in digital format

Display engine speed in analogue format

Display engine load in digital format

Switchover rear-view camera

Displays the current engine speed in digital format in rpm (min ⁻ ¹).

Displays the current engine speed in analogue format in rpm (min ⁻ ¹).

Indicates the current engine load as % in digital format (in "Field mode" working screen only).

Shows the display range for the rear-view camera.

Warning lamps for engine and fuel levels

Warning lamp for coolant temperature (1)

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Icon

Terminal machine functions

Engine and driving data display range

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Explanation

Coolant temperature OK.

Coolant temperature is in critical range.

Warning lamp for fuel level (2)

Icon Explanation

Fuel tank filling level greater than 10 %.

Fuel tank filling level less than 10 %.

Warning lamp for urea filling level (3)

Icon Explanation

Urea tank filling level greater than 20 %.

Display is lit: Urea tank filling level less than 20 %.

Display flashes: The engine performance is reduced.

If the filling level has dropped below 20 %, the warning lamps on the malfunction warning panel warn of a reduction in the maximum driving speed and obtainable torque.

• To reach full engine performance and driving speed again, pour an adequate amount of

urea, in the specified quality, into the urea tank, see Page 274 .

Display camera images on the terminal (9)

1

2

EQG002-084

The picture of the rear-view camera can be displayed on the terminal.

„ Press to display the camera image on the terminal.

Æ The terminal shows the camera image.

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Terminal machine functions

Traction drive indicator lights

Select the camera (1)

Icon Explanation

The image of the rear-view camera is selected.

The image of the rear-view camera is displayed.

Display on the terminal (2)

Icon Explanation

The mirroring of the camera image is selected.

The camera image is displayed as a mirror image

The display range for the camera image is increased.

The display range for the camera image is reduced.

The camera image can be zoomed in on the terminal.

„ To increase the display range for the camera image, press .

„ To reduce the display range for the camera image, press .

8.7

EQG002-086

„ To hide the camera image, press .

Traction drive indicator lights

The indicator lamps in the main display area for the traction drive provide information about the current engine and drive settings.

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Traction drive indicator lights

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1

2

3

4

5 6

EQG002-017

Display for acceleration behavior (1)

Indicates the current value for the acceleration behavior.

Icon Explanation

Low acceleration

1

Medium acceleration

2

High acceleration

3

Maximum acceleration

4

Indicator lamp for direction of travel and parking brake (2)

Indicates the direction of travel and the status of the parking brake.

Icon Explanation

Direction of travel forwards

Neutral mode (idle)

Direction of travel backwards

Parking brake is applied

Indicator lamp for PowerSplit (3)

Indicates the status of the Power Mode.

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Terminal machine functions

Traction drive indicator lights

Icon Explanation

Manual "Eco-Power mode"

The diesel engine works in energy saving mode.

Manual "M-Power mode"

The diesel engine works in maximum power mode.

Automatic switchover between "Eco-Power mode" and "M-Power mode".

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Indicator lamp for traction control system (TC) (4)

Displays the status of the traction control system (TC).

Icon Designation

Traction control system

(TC) inactive

Explanation

Traction control system

(TC) stage I active

Traction control system

(TC) stage I regulates actively

Traction control system

(TC) stage II active

Traction control system

(TC) stage II regulates actively

The drive torque on the wheels is controlled.

Traction control system (TC) stage I allows only low slip (spinning wheels).

Connected traction control system (TC) stage I preserves the sward.

The drive torque on the wheels is controlled.

Traction control system (TC) stage II allows high slip (spinning wheels).

Traction control system (TC) stage II ensures that sufficient traction is provided even under difficult conditions.

Display for cruise control (5)

Indicates the status of the cruise control and the stored speed when operating with the cruise control.

Icon Designation Explanation

Cruise control is inactive The stored speed when the cruise control is operated is 12 km/h.

12.0 km/h

12.0 km/h

Cruise control active is active

Traction drive is at the power limit

The traction drive is at the power limit. The machine cannot be accelerated as long as this icon is shown. The icon can also show when the cruise control system is inactive.

Load limit control active

CONSTANT

POWER

CONSTANT

POWER

Load limit control is active and the traction drive is at the power limit

The traction drive is at the power limit. The machine cannot be accelerated as long as this icon is shown.

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Traction drive indicator lights

Indicator lamp for machine height (6)

Icon Explanation

The machine height is in road position.

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The machine height is in field position.

The machine height is either between road and field position, below the road position or above the field position.

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9

Terminal – Menus

Menu structure

Terminal – Menus

WARNING

Risk of injury to persons and damage to machines if error messages are ignored

If error messages are ignored without the fault being rectified injuries may occur to persons and/or severe damage to the machine.

„ Rectify fault if error message is shown.

„ If the fault cannot be rectified, contact KRONE service partner.

9.1

Menu structure

The menu structure is divided into the following menus depending on the machine configuration.

Menu Sub-menu Explanation

Machine

Electronics

E-Solutions

Activated add-ons

History

ISOBUS

Settings

Menu Sub-menu Explanation

Cabin

Terminal

Settings

The current settings of the terminal for language, day/ night design, units of measurement, date and time are displayed in the menu and can be changed.

Information

The software version of the terminal is displayed in the menu.

Armrest

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Menu Sub-menu

Terminal – Menus

Menu structure

Explanation

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Key test

A test of the keys of the keypad, of the Main Mode

Switch and of the navigation module can be performed

in the menu, see Page 152 .

Control lever

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Settings

The M1, M2, M3 and M4 memory keys on the control lever can be assigned with functions in the menu.

Key test

In the menu a test of the keys of the control lever can be

performed, see Page 152 .

Background lighting

Settings

The intensity of the background lighting of control elements and control lever can be set in the menu.

Control unit versions

Software

The current software versions of the control units are indicated in the menu.

Hardware

The hardware versions of the control units are indicated in the menu.

Printer

Settings

The printer type can be set in the menu.

The camera system

Settings

The printer type can be set in the menu.

Remote maintenance

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Terminal – Menus

Menu structure

Menu Sub-menu

Menu Sub-menu

Explanation

Remote maintenance

In the menu the same data, which is displayed on the terminal in the machine, can be displayed to a KRONE customer service employee on the screen at his place of work. The KRONE SmartConnect control unit establishes the connection to the KRONE customer service via the mobile network and transmits the data.

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Settings

Wiper

Settings

Lighting

Settings

In the menu the time period for activation of the "Coming Home" and "Leaving Home" functions and for lighting when refuelling can be set.

„ For the description of the Coming Home function, the

Leaving Home function and lighting when refuelling,

see Page 88 .

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Key test

A test of the keys on the light control unit can be per-

formed in the menu, see Page 152 .

Explanation

Central lubrication

Settings

The lubricant quantity for a lubrication cycle of the central lubrication unit can be adjusted in the menu.

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Maintenance

The menu displays the maintenance status of central lubrication.

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Menu Sub-menu

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Menu structure

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Explanation

Mowing functions

Front mounted mowers

Settings

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Calibration

The upper end position and the working position of the front mounted mower is determined in the menu.

see Page 468

Coupling

Connecting the front mounted mower,

see Page 179

Disconnecting the front mounted mower,

see Page 183

Side mounted mowers

Settings

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Calibration

The upper end positions and the working positions of the side mounted mowers are calibrated in the menu .

see Page 468

Mower side guard

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Swath hood

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Mower drive

Settings

Diagnostics

see Page 150

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Menu structure

Menu Sub-menu

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Explanation

Side shift front mounted mower

Settings

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Manual operation

see Page 234

Cutting height

Overview

The cutting height can be adjusted to different ground conditions. In the menu two cutting heights for the mowers can be changed and saved,

see Page 235

.

Settings

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Calibration

see Page 465

Fine calibration

see Page 467

Mower load relief

Relief

The mower load relief adjusts the ground pressure of the cutter bar to the local conditions. In order to protect the sward the load on the cutter bar must be relieved so that it does not jump when mowing, yet does not leave any skid marks on the ground.

This menu displays the current mower relief and it is

possible to save 2 settings for the mower relief, see

Page 236 .

Settings

The current and saved settings for mower relief are displayed in this menu and can be changed here.

Calibration

The mower relief of the mowers is calibrated in the

menu, see Page 463 .

Headland

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Menu Sub-menu

Menu Sub-menu

Menu Sub-menu

Terminal – Menus

Menu structure

Explanation

Settings

This menu displays the settings of headland management, of the side mounted mowers and the front mounted mower.

Mower profile

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Settings

The overcut of the mowing track can be set in this menu.

Explanation

Engine

Diesel engine

Settings

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Maintenance

The "Diesel engine maintenance" menu displays the remaining operating hours of the diesel engine until the next maintenance date. The display counts down the operating hours of the diesel engine until the next maintenance date of the diesel engine.

Explanation

Hydraulics

Working hydraulics

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Hydraulic oil tank

The menu shows the hydraulic oil level and the refilling quantity.

INFO:

The hydraulic oil level and the refilling quantity are only shown correctly when the machine is in the transport

position, see Page 204

.

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Terminal – Menus

Menu structure

Menu Sub-menu

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Menu Sub-menu

Explanation

Drive functions

The components of the running gear can be set in the menu.

Automatic steering system

Settings

The settings for automatic steering system parameters are displayed in the menu and can be changed.

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Traction drive

Calibration

In the menu the brake pedal is checked for plausibility,

see Page 464

.

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Axles

Settings

This menu displays the position of the axles when the mower is activated and set.

Diagnostics

see Page 150

Calibration of straight-ahead position

The straight-ahead position of the rear axle is determined in the menu,

see Page 464

.

Maintenance

The "Axle maintenance" menu is used to select which piston can be actuated using the keys on the keypad.

Explanation

Machine settings

In the menu the mower versions and settings for the mowing track are displayed and can be changed.

User level

The currently registered user category is shown in the menu.

INFO:

The setting can only be changed by the service technician.

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Bringing up menu level

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9.2

Bringing up menu level

EQ002-052

Depending on how the machine is equipped, the main menu is divided into the following menus:

Icon Designation

"Machine" menu

"Cabin" menu

"Central lubrication" menu

"Mowing functions" menu

"Engine" menu

"Hydraulics" menu

"Drive Functions" menu

"Machine settings" menu

"User level" menu

INFO

Touching the coloured parts of the machine illustration in the display directly opens the corresponding menus.

„ To bring up the menu level from the working screen, press .

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9.3

Terminal – Menus

Navigating in menus

Navigating in menus

The functions of the terminal are divided into menus. Navigate through the menu structure by using the keys in the individual menus.

„ To open the main menu from the working screen, press .

„ To open a menu from the main menu, press the key of the corresponding menu.

„ To open sub-menus from a menu, press the key of the corresponding sub-menu.

„ To change from one sub-menu to another one, press the key of sub-menu in the footer.

„ To leave the current menu, press .

„ To open the main menu from a menu, press selected.

repeatedly until the main menu is

„ To go one step forwards again after a step back, press .

„ To open the working screen from the main menu or a menu, press .

9.3.1

Changing/saving parameter

„ To change a parameter, press the corresponding parameter key.

Æ A value input field or a selection box opens depending on the setting menu.

„ If a value input field opens, change the value of the parameter.

„ If a selection box opens, change the selection of the parameter.

„ To save the setting, press .

„ To cancel the entry and keep the old setting, press .

9.4

“Diagnostics” menu explanation

INFO

The purpose of this chapter is to explain in general terms how to handle the diagnostics masks. The diagnostics masks which can be selected in the individual menus are no longer listed in detail.

The sensors/actuators and the readable process values of the menu component are listed in the

"Diagnostics" menus.

The applied voltages/currents can be read off for these components/values.

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“Diagnostics” menu explanation

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EQG002-050

1 Icon for the component type/process value

2 Number of the sensor/actuator

4 Status of the sensor/actuator

3 Designation of the sensor/actuator

5 Key for opening the sensor graphic display

6 Graphic display of the applied and permitted currents of the selected sensor/ actuator

„ To open the graphic display of a sensor or actuator, press .

INFO

This screen is needed in case of a contact with customer service as the service technician can conclude errors on the forage harvester from the values in this screen.

Component type/process value

Icon Explanation

Sensor

Actuator

Process value

Sensor/actuator status displays

Icon Explanation

Sensor/actuator active

Sensor/actuator inactive

Sensor attenuated

Sensor unattenuated

OK

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Terminal – Menus

Menu "key test" explanation

Icon Explanation

Not OK

Momentary switch pressed, switch closed

Momentary switch not pressed, switch not closed

Cable break

Short circuit

Cable break/short circuit

Other error

Status not available

9.5

Menu "key test" explanation

INFO

The purpose of this chapter is to explain in general terms how to handle the "key test" menus.

The key tests which can be selected in the individual menus are no longer listed in detail.

Key tests are available for the following control elements:

Control element

KP1

KP2

MMS

NM

Light control unit

Control lever

Explanation

Key test left half of the keypad

Key test right half of the keypad

Key test Main Mode Switch

Key test navigation module

Key test light control unit

Key test control lever

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Menu "key test" explanation

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9.5

INFO

To ensure that the "key test" menus are available in the terminal, the Main Mode Switch must be in the neutral mode position and the ignition key in the II position. Only the key test of the

Main Mode Switch is available in the terminal without this measure.

ü The corresponding "key test" menu is open.

„ To select an operating element, which is to be tested, press the key for the corresponding operating element

ð The operating element is displayed on the terminal.

„ Press the key, which is to be tested, and check the background colour of the key on the terminal.

The colours of the keys on the terminal indicate whether there is an error between the operating element and the control unit.

Icon Explanation

Key not pressed.

Key pressed.

Error recognized.

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10 Initial operation

10.1

Checklist for initial operation

10 Initial operation

This chapter describes assembly and adjustment work on the machine which may be carried out by qualified technicians only. Here, the notice “Personnel qualification of technicians” applies,

see Page 18 .

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

WARNING

Risk of injury or damage to the machine due to faulty initial operation

If the initial operation is carried out incorrectly or incompletely, the machine may present defects. As a result, people may be injured or killed or the machine may be damaged.

„ Initial operation must only be carried out by authorised technicians.

„ Read in full and observe the “Personnel qualification of technicians”,

see Page 18 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

10.1

Checklist for initial operation

ü There are no leakages present in the machine.

ü All cable and plug connections are properly connected and laid.

ü All hoses are properly laid.

ü

All guard cloths are mounted, see Page 155

ü All screws and nuts are checked for tightness, and are tightened to the specified tightening

torques, see Page 262 .

ü The machine is fully lubricated,

see Page 329 .

ü

The wheel chocks are at hand and ready to use, see Page 54

.

ü

The platforms, steps and standing areas are clean and in proper condition, see Page 54 .

ü The fire extinguisher is mounted,

see Page 155

.

ü

The licence plate is mounted, see Page 155 .

ü

The blades are installed, see Page 161

.

ü The tyres have been checked and the tyre pressure is adjusted correctly,

see Page 294

.

ü The hub covers of the rear axle have been checked for damage and tight fit (for "front wheel drive" version),

see Page 292

.

ü

The anti-twist locks are mounted on the left and right of the lighting module, see Page 162

.

ü The enclosed operating instructions are in the drawer below the driver's seat.

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10.2

Mounting fire extinguisher

Initial operation 10

Mounting fire extinguisher 10.2

10.3

BPG000-034

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Insert the fire extinguisher (1) into the support at the front on the left ladder so that the operating instructions on the type plate are readable and are facing outwards.

WARNING! Risk of injury due to falling fire extinguisher! In order to secure the fire extinguisher, adjust the tensioning straps with sufficient tension according to the circumference of the fire extinguisher.

„ Adjust the length of the tensioning straps according to the circumference of the fire extinguisher.

„ Shorten the length of the tensioning straps by a few millimetres and close the fasteners to guarantee that the closed tensioning straps are tensioned sufficiently.

Æ The tensioning straps have been properly adjusted if the fasteners can only be closed by means of an auxiliary tool (e. g. screwdriver).

Æ If it is possible to close the fasteners manually:

„ Shorten the length of the tensioning straps so far that the fasteners can only be closed by an auxiliary tool (e. g. screwdriver).

Mounting licence plate

10.4

BM000-101 / BM000-100

„ Mount the front licence plate in the recess (1) on the front spoiler of the cabin.

„ Mount the rear licence plate in the license plate holder (2) on the tailgate.

Mounting guard cloths

ü All mowing units are in working position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

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Mounting guard cloths

Side mounted mowers

BMG000-056

„ Mount the guard cloths (1) on the right and left side mounted mower.

To do this:

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Mounting guard cloths 10.4

BM000-187

„ Remove the screw (1).

„ Dismount the cover cap (2).

BM000-188

„ Push the guard cloth (2) into the protective profile (1).

BM000-189

„ Mount the cover cap (2) with the screw (1).

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BMG000-057

„ Mount the screw connections (3).

„ Close the turnlock fasteners (1) on the guard cloths (2).

Front mounted mowers

BMG000-043

„ Mount the guard cloths (1) on the front mounted mower.

To do this:

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Mounting guard cloths 10.4

BM000-187

„ Remove the screw (1).

„ Dismount the cover cap (2).

BM000-188

„ Push the guard cloth (2) into the protective profile (1).

BM000-189

„ Mount the cover cap (2) with the screw (1).

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Mounting guard cloths

BMG000-044

„ Mount the screw connections (1).

„ Mount the screw connections (3) with the clamping strap (4).

„ Close the turnlock fasteners (5) on the guard cloth (2).

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Installing the blades 10.5

Cross conveyor

For version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

BM000-121

„ Mount one deflector curtain each on the right and left cross conveyor.

To do this:

„ Remove the deflector curtain (2) from the rear storage compartment.

„ Mount the deflector curtain (2) with the screw connections and the clamping straps (3) on the cross conveyor.

„ Push the holding rod (1) through the eyes of the deflector curtain (2), attach them to the machine frame and secure them with the spring cotter pin.

Swath cloth under the machine

10.5

BM000-235

„ Remove the swath cloth (1) from the rear storage compartment.

„ Mount the swath cloth (1) on the cover sheet (3) with the screw connections (2).

Installing the blades

ü All mowing units are in working position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Install the blades for the "Blade quick fastener" design,

see Page 314

; install the blades for the "Blade screw connection" design

see Page 313

.

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10.6

Mounting the anti-twist lock on the lighting module

10.6

Mounting the anti-twist lock on the lighting module

1

2 3

3

4

BM000-339

„ Take the 2 anti-twist locks (2) and the screw connections (1) (each with 2 discs, 1 screw

(M4 x 20), 1 locknut) from the rear storage compartment.

„ Perform the following steps on the right and left of the lighting module.

„ To remove the sheet (4) from the lighting module, remove the screw connections (3).

„ Mount the anti-twist lock (2) on the support tube using the screw connection (1).

„ Mount the sheet (4) with the screw connections (3).

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11.1

Start-up 11

Check before start-up 11.1

Start-up

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

Check before start-up

INFO

Compliance with the stipulated checks on the machine significantly increases the safety and the lifetime of the machine.

A machine with established defects must not be started.

„ If it is established that the machine has defects, shut down the machine and eliminate these defects or have them eliminated by technicians.

„ Before starting up the machine, carry out the inspections listed below and checks from the

maintenance table "Every 10 hours, at least daily", see Page 257 .

General

ü There are no leakages present in the machine.

ü All cable and plug connections are properly connected and laid.

ü All hoses are properly laid.

ü The safety devices are mounted and checked for completeness and damage.

ü

The platforms, steps and standing areas are clean and in proper condition, see Page 54 .

ü

The wheel chocks are at hand and ready to use, see Page 54

.

ü

The horn is functioning properly, see Page 78 .

ü The fire extinguisher is mounted in its support / holder and is ready for use,

see Page 296 .

ü The machine has been prepared for mowing operation, ,

see Page 177

.

Cabin

ü

The position of the mirror and the camera are set, outside mirror see Page 90

, inside mirror

and camera see Page 164 .

ü

The driver's seat is adjusted correctly, see Page 164 .

ü All emergency exits are freely accessible and can be opened unhindered,

see Page 54

.

ü All windows and mirrors are cleaned.

ü All wiper blades are in good condition.

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11.2

Setting driver’s seat

Lighting and labeling

ü The lighting and warning beacon are adjusted correctly and functioning properly,

see

Page 84 .

ü All red-white warning panels for making the machine visible are mounted in accordance with national laws.

Setting driver’s seat 11.2

11.2.1

Air-cushioned comfort seat

WARNING

Risk of injury due to movement of the machine or machine parts!

When the control lever cannot be moved freely in all directions, it is not possible to execute all functions of the control lever. It may then not be possible to respond quickly and correctly to hazardous situations.

„ After comfort seat, right armrest and steering column have been set, check whether the control lever can be moved freely in all directions.

„ Adapt the setting when the control lever cannot be moved freely in all directions.

WARNING

Risk of injury due to incorrectly set driver's seat!

When the driver's seat is not adjusted individually to the driver, the driver may damage his health due to bad posture while working.

„ Before starting up the machine, adjust the driver's seat ergonomically and individually to the driver.

WARNING

Danger of injury resulting from unintentional movement of machine parts

If the vibration damper has been set too softly, the seat may hit the floor when driving on a bad road and contact with the operating elements is no longer guaranteed. It may then not be possible to respond quickly and correctly to hazardous situations. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Always set the vibration damper of the comfort seat tightly enough to prevent the seat from hitting the floor even when driving on a bad road.

WARNING

Risk of accident due to brief distraction of the driver

When the driver's seat or steering column is adjusted while driving, the driver cannot pay adequate attention to the travel path. This may result in serious accidents.

„ Adjust the driver's seat and the steering column only when the machine is at a standstill.

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11.2.1.1

Operating air-cushioned comfort seat (for "Standard" version)

BXG000-100

3

4

1

2

5

6

Driver's seat

Seat depth adjustment

Seat angle adjustment

Longitudinal adjustment

Horizontal suspension

Height setting

7

8

Adjustment of the backrest

Left armrest

9 Lumbar support

10 Headrest

11 Cover cap armrest adjustment

12 Vibration damper setting

The air comfort seat (1) can be individually adapted to the requirements of the driver.

Height adjustment

The height can be adjusted continuously by means of a hydraulic system. In order to prevent damage, actuate the compressor for a maximum of 1 minute.

„ Pull lever (6) completely upward.

ð The driver's seat (1) is moved upwards.

„ Press lever (6) completely down.

ð Move driver's seat (1) downwards.

Æ When the upper or lower end stop of the height adjustment mechanism is reached, the height will be adjusted automatically in order to ensure a minimum spring travel.

Horizontal suspension

The shock load in direction of travel through the driver’s seat (1) is cushioned better by the horizontal suspension.

„ To activate horizontal suspension, reverse lever (5) to the front.

„ To deactivate horizontal suspension, reverse lever (5) to the rear.

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11.2

Setting driver’s seat

Longitudinal adjustment

„ Pull locking lever (4) up, push driver's seat (1) forward or backward into the desired position and permit the locking lever (4) to lock in place.

„ Check whether the locking is fitted into place correctly. The driver's seat must no longer be movable into another position.

Seat angle adjustment

„ Pull the key (3) up and set the inclination of the seat base by simultaneously increasing or decreasing the pressure on the seat base.

Seat depth adjustment

„ Pull key (2) up and move seat base to the desired position by moving it forward and backward simultaneously.

Adjustment of the backrest

„ Pull locking lever (7) up, set the inclination of the backrest and allow the locking lever (7) to engage.

„ Check whether the locking is fitted into place correctly. Make sure that the backrest cannot be moved.

Weight adjustment

In order to prevent damage to health, the individual driver’s weight setting should be checked and adjusted prior to starting up the machine. The setting should be carried out whilst sitting absolutely stationary.

„ Briefly pull the lever (6) upwards.

Headrest

The headrest has been optimally set when the upper edges of the head and headrest are at the same height.

„ Pull out or push in the headrest (10) over the perceptible notches until the correct height has been reached.

Lumbar support

„ Turn the hand wheel (9) to the left or right in order to individually adjust the height as well as the intensity of the arching in the backrest.

Adjusting the vibration damper

The vibration behaviour of the driver's seat can be optimally adjusted to each driving situation from "soft" to "hard" using the infinitely adjustable vibration damper.

„ Pull (12) lever upwards to set soft seating comfort.

„ Pull (12) lever downwards to set hard seating comfort.

Setting the left armrest

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Setting driver’s seat 11.2

Tilt the armrest (8) up or down as requested.

„ Remove cover cap (11) to adjust the armrest height.

„ Loosen hexagon nut, move armrest into desired position and tighten hexagon nut.

„ Press cover cap (11) on hexagon nut.

Setting the right armrest

BM000-048

The right armrest (13) and the control lever form a unit.

„ To set the right armrest, raise lever (14).

„ Fold right armrest up or down, forward or backward and release the lever (14).

Æ The setting remains the same.

11.2.1.2

Operating air-cushioned comfort seat (for "ACTIVO" version)

BXG000-099

3

4

1

2

Air-cushioned comfort seat

Seat depth adjustment

Seat angle adjustment

Longitudinal adjustment

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9

Left armrest

Seat heating and air conditioning on/off

10 Headrest

11 Cover cap armrest adjustment

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Setting driver’s seat

5

6

7

Horizontal suspension on/off

Weight and height setting

Adjustment of the backrest

12 Vibration damper setting

13 Lumbar support setting at bottom

14 Lumbar support setting at top

The air comfort seat (1) can be individually adapted to the requirements of the driver.

Height adjustment

The height can be adjusted continuously by means of a hydraulic system. In order to prevent damage, actuate the compressor for a maximum of 1 minute.

„ Pull lever (6) completely upward.

ð The driver's seat (1) is moved upwards.

„ Press lever (6) completely down.

ð Move driver's seat (1) downwards.

Æ When the upper or lower end stop of the height adjustment mechanism is reached, the height will be adjusted automatically in order to ensure a minimum spring travel.

Horizontal suspension

The shock load in direction of travel through the driver’s seat (1) is cushioned better by the horizontal suspension.

„ To activate horizontal suspension, reverse lever (5) to the front.

„ To deactivate horizontal suspension, reverse lever (5) to the rear.

Longitudinal adjustment

„ Pull locking lever (4) up, push driver's seat (1) forward or backward into the desired position and permit the locking lever (4) to lock in place.

„ Check whether the locking is fitted into place correctly. The driver's seat must no longer be movable into another position.

Seat angle adjustment

„ Pull the key (3) up and set the inclination of the seat base by simultaneously increasing or decreasing the pressure on the seat base.

Seat depth adjustment

„ Pull key (2) up and move seat base to the desired position by moving it forward and backward simultaneously.

Adjustment of the backrest

„ Pull locking lever (7) up, set the inclination of the backrest and allow the locking lever (7) to engage.

„ Check whether the locking is fitted into place correctly. Make sure that the backrest cannot be moved.

Weight adjustment

The weight is automatically adjusted when the seat is loaded by the driver.

Setting the vibration damper

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Setting driver’s seat 11.2

BM000-050

The oscillating behaviour of the driver’s seat can be adapted ideally to each driving situation via the adjustable vibration damper.

Damping level II is the default setting recommended by the manufacturer at average driver’s weight.

The lever (12) for the setting of the oscillating behaviour has three settings:

Pos.

I

II

III

Explanation

Soft damping

Medium damping

Hard damping

„ To set the vibration damper, turn lever (12) to desired stage and release it.

The damping behaviour can be coordinated between the damping levels by two additional setting positions each.

Lumbar support

BM000-051

The intensity of the arching of seat backrest can be adapted individually so that the spine is supported and the pressure on the back is relieved.

„ In order to adapt the intensity of the arching in the upper area of the backrest, press „+“ or

„-“ on switch (14) until the desired setting is reached.

„ In order to adapt the intensity of the arching in the lower area of the backrest, press on “+” or “-” on switch (13) until the desired setting is reached.

Seat heating and seat climate control

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Setting driver’s seat

BM000-052

The seat surface can be vented via seat climate control so that a cool and dry seating is enabled.

The switch (9) has three positions:

Pos.

0

I

II

Explanation

Seat heating and seat climate control OFF

Seat climate control ON (seat heating OFF)

Seat heating ON (seat climate control OFF)

„ In order to switch on seat climate control, switch the switch (9) to position I.

Æ The left light indicates the operation of seat climate control.

„ To switch on the seat heating, switch the switch (9) to position II.

Æ The right lamp indicates the operation of the seat heating.

Setting the left armrest

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Tilt the armrest (8) up or down as requested.

„ Remove cover cap (11) to adjust the armrest height.

„ Loosen hexagon nut, move armrest into desired position and tighten hexagon nut.

„ Press cover cap (11) on hexagon nut.

Setting the right armrest

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Setting driver’s seat 11.2

11.2.2

BM000-048

The right armrest (13) and the control lever form a unit.

„ To set the right armrest, raise lever (14).

„ Fold right armrest up or down, forward or backward and release the lever (14).

Æ The setting remains the same.

Steering column adjustment

WARNING

Risk of accident due to brief distraction of the driver

When the driver's seat or steering column is adjusted while driving, the driver cannot pay adequate attention to the travel path. This may result in serious accidents.

„ Adjust the driver's seat and the steering column only when the machine is at a standstill.

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11.2

Setting driver’s seat

11.2.3

BM000-054

„ To adjust the inclination of the steering column around the lower pivot point (a), actuate the unlocking pedal (1) and move the steering column (3) into the required position.

„ To lock the steering column (3), release the unlocking pedal (1).

„ To adjust the height of the steering wheel (c) and the inclination of the steering column around the upper pivot point (b), release the release lever (2) and move the steering column

(3) into the required position.

„ To lock the steering column (3), lock the release lever (2).

Setting the terminal

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The position of the terminal can be adjusted to the driver and to the visible conditions by turning the support (11) and the terminal.

Adjusting the inclination of the terminal forwards/backwards:

„ Loosen the lever (2) and adjust the inclination of the terminal forwards/backwards (8).

„ Tighten the lever (2).

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Start-up 11

Setting driver’s seat 11.2

Adjusting the inclination of the terminal sideways:

„ Loosen the screw (1) and adjust the inclination of the terminal sideways (7).

„ Tighten the screw (1).

Rotating the terminal to the left/right:

„ Loosen the screw (3) and rotate the terminal to the left/right (6).

„ Tighten the screw (3).

Adjusting the height of the terminal:

„ Loosen the screw (4) and rotate (10) the support (11) until the required height has been reached.

„ Tighten the screw (4).

Swiveling the terminal to the left/right:

„ Loosen the lever (5) and swivel the support (11) to the left/right (9).

„ Tighten the lever (5).

Sun visor

11.2.5

BM000-044

„ Manually adjust the position of the sun visor (1) as required.

Adjustable air nozzles

BXG000-044

Adjust the air nozzles (1) to prevent the discs from misting over.

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11.3

General aspects

11.2.6

Inside rear mirror

11.3

11.3.1

BM000-042

„ Manually set the inside rear mirror (1) so that the required outside area is visible in the mirror.

General aspects

Instructional seat

WARNING

Danger of accident due to distraction of the driver

The driver may be distracted by a second person in the cabin, possibly causing him not to pay adequate attention to his driving. This may result in serious accidents with personal injury.

„ The passenger seat may only be used while the driver is being instructed.

„ While the machine is being operated, there must be no other person in the cabin or on the machine except for the driver, unless the driver is being instructed.

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„ Before using the passenger seat (1), fold down its seating area.

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11.3.2

Cooling box (version with "Insulated thermobox")

Start-up 11

General aspects 11.3

11.3.3

BX001-142

The cooling box (1) is located below the instructional seat (2) in the cabin.

„ To use the cooling box, connect the 12 V plug (4) to the 12 V socket (3) on the left next to the driver's seat.

Topping up fresh water

11.3.4

BMG000-065

The reservoir for fresh water (2) is in the storage compartment above the right front wheel.

„ Open the storage compartment (1).

„ In order to top up the reservoir (2), open the cover (3).

„ Close the cover (3).

„ Close the storage compartment (1).

Drawer for first-aid kit and operating instructions

BM000-085

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General aspects

The drawer (2) for the first-aid kit and the operating instructions is located below the front of the driver’s seat (1).

„ To remove the first-aid kit or the operating instructions, pull the drawer (2) forwards.

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12.1

Commissioning – mowing operation 12

Setting SectionControl 12.1

Commissioning – mowing operation

Checks before commissioning – mowing operation

ü

The front mounted mower has been mounted, see Page 179 .

ü The side mounted mowers have been mounted,

see Page 185

.

ü The component group for swathing or the cross conveyors have been mounted, for component group for swathing,

see Page 192 , for cross conveyors,

see Page 197 .

ü All mowers have been checked for missing and worn blades, retaining bolts, leaf springs and mowing discs or mower drums, and replacements have been made as necessary

see

Page 310

.

ü The tine conditioners have been checked for wear and any that were missing have been replaced,

see Page 309

.

ü

All guard cloths are complete and undamaged, see Page 320 .

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

Setting SectionControl

With "SectionControl" version

„

To operate SectionControl, see Page 232 .

Checking/setting position of the GPS antenna

„ Open the menu Machine "ISOBUS" on the machine terminal.

„ Set the parameter KMC-1156 "Position of the GPS/GNSS receiver on the vehicle longitudinal axis". (For version with "GPS antenna" accessories kit B454: Set the parameter to 1,600 mm.)

„ Set the parameter KMC-1157 "Position of the GPS/GNSS receiver on the vehicle transverse axis". (For version with "GPS antenna" accessories kit B454: Set the parameter to 0 mm.)

„ Set the parameter KMC-1158 "Position of the GPS/GNSS receiver on the vehicle vertical axis". (For version with "GPS antenna" accessories kit B454: Set the parameter to

-3,790 mm.)

Settings on the control lever

„ In the Cabin "Control lever" menu, allocate SectionControl to a memory key on the control lever.

Settings in the CCI terminal (CCI 800, CCI 1200)

Make the following settings in the CCI terminal when the CCI terminal is used as a task controller server.

„ For operation of the CCI terminal, see instructions for the CCI terminal.

Make the following settings in the CCI terminal.

„ Open the Setting menu; press .

„ Open the Apps; press and select .

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Setting SectionControl

Setting position of the GPS receiver

„ Select "Machine rear" in the menu.

Setting GPS source

app in the "GPS, position of the GPS receiver"

„ Select the GPS source in the  app in the "GPS, GPS source" menu.

„ Select the "ISOBUS (NMEA 2000)" GPS source if a GPS antenna is used that outputs the signal to the ISOBUS.

„ Ensure that "GPS to ISOBUS" is deactivated in the KRONE SmartConnect menu. See supplement to the "KRONE SmartConnect" operating instructions.

Setting machine type

„ Open the machine settings, press type.

Selecting the machine attachment type

and select "Self-propelled machine" at machine

and select "Rear linkage" at attachment type.

„ Open the machine settings, press

Setting degree of overlapping

„ Open the machine settings, press

Setting tractor attachment type

and set "Degree of overlapping" to 100%.

„ Open the tractor settings, press

0.01 m .

Setting reverse travel detection

and set the value at "Rear linkage" attachment type to

app, select the "Tractor" setting in the "Reverse travel detection" „ In the menu.

Deactivating TECU

„ Deactivate TECU in the app.

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Commissioning – mowing operation 12

Connecting the front mounted mower 12.2

Connecting the front mounted mower

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unexpected movement of the machine

During the connecting/decoupling process of the front mounted mower, the machine may start to move unexpectedly and may therefore result in injury.

„ Only one person may carry out the connecting/decoupling process.

„ Make sure there is nobody in the danger zone during the connecting/decoupling process.

„ Stop the connecting/decoupling process immediately if there is somebody in the danger zone.

INFO

It is recommended to couple/uncouple the front mowing unit using the support jack and the top link support. The materials can be purchased from KRONE.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The front mounted mower is safety supported, see Page 31

or with the "Parking support" version

: The parking support is in the support position, see Page 231 .

ü The Main Mode Switch is in the "II" position ,

see Page 98

.

ü The Main Mode Switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position,

see Page 97

.

ü The mowing functions "Connect front mounted mower" menu has been opened in the terminal.

„ Press "Connect" in the terminal.

„ To start the connecting process, press in the terminal.

„ To depressurise the lower links, press the key on the control lever and keep it pressed until the next screen is displayed on the terminal.

„ Press both lower links down to the bottom position.

„ Press "Next" in the terminal.

„ Start the diesel engine.

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Connecting the front mounted mower

„ Turn the Main Mode Switch to "Field mode".

„ Press the or key to approach field position,

see Page 95

.

„ Press "Next" in the terminal.

„ Move the machine up to the front mounted mower in such a way that the lower link hooks are below the holding fixture at the front mounted mower.

1

2

BM000-420

„ Set the main mode switch to "Maintenance mode".

„ Press the key on the control lever until the lower link hooks (2) of the lower links (1) engage on the front mowing unit.

If the two lower links do not raise evenly, control the lower links separately:

„ Raise the left lower link separately by simultaneously pressing the

"M1" key.

key and the

„ Raise the right lower link separately by simultaneously pressing the key and the

"M2" key.

If the two lower link hooks do not engage in the two holding fixtures at the front mounted mower, rectify the machine position in the following way:

„ Set the main mode switch to "Field mode" position.

„ Move the machine up to the front mounted mower in such a way that the lower link hooks can run into the holding fixtures.

„ Set the main mode switch to the "Maintenance mode" position.

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Connecting the front mounted mower 12.2

„ Press the key on the control lever until the lower link hooks (2) of the lower links (1) engage on the front mowing unit.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Turn the ignition key to the "II" position.

„ To depressurise the top link and the side guards for version with "Hydraulically folding side guards" , press the key on the control lever and keep the key pressed until the next screen is displayed on the terminal.

1

3

2

4

BM000-248

„ Mount the bolt (3).

„ Mount the linch pin (2).

„ For version with "Top link support": Remove the top link support (4).

BM000-252

„ Fit the locking screws (3) of the lower link hooks (2).

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Connecting the front mounted mower

BM000-253

„ Position the universal shaft (1).

„ Tighten the nut (3) with a socket wrench (2) (tightening torque=80 Nm).

„ Pull the universal shaft guard forwards and let it engage.

„ Proceed in the same manner to mount the universal shaft at the front mounted mower.

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BM000-250

„ Connect the lubrication line (3) at the front mounted mower.

„ Attach the plug connection (1) on the machine side.

„ For the version with "Hydraulically foldable side guards": Connect the hydraulic hoses

(2) to the machine.

„ To complete the connecting process, press "Finish" .

„ With the "Parking support" version: Move the parking support into the transport position,

see Page 230

.

„ Set the parameter KMC-60 "Top link position" in the mowing functions menu "Cutting height settings".

„ Check the lifting unit functions.

„ Calibrate the cutting height,

see Page 465

.

„ Finely calibrate the cutting height,

see Page 467

.

„ Calibrate the mower load relief,

see Page 463

.

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Decoupling the front mounted mower 12.3

Decoupling the front mounted mower

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unexpected movement of the machine

During the connecting/decoupling process of the front mounted mower, the machine may start to move unexpectedly and may therefore result in injury.

„ Only one person may carry out the connecting/decoupling process.

„ Make sure there is nobody in the danger zone during the connecting/decoupling process.

„ Stop the connecting/decoupling process immediately if there is somebody in the danger zone.

INFO

It is recommended to couple/uncouple the front mowing unit using the support jack and the top link support. The materials can be purchased from KRONE.

ü With the "Parking support" version: The parking support is in the support position.

ü The diesel engine has been started.

ü The main mode switch is in "Field mode" position.

ü The mowing functions "Connect front mounted mower" menu has been opened in the terminal.

„ Press "Decouple" on the terminal.

„ To start the decoupling process, press .

„ Press the or key to approach field position,

see Page 95

.

„ Press "Next" in the terminal.

„ To lower the front mowing unit, press the key the control lever and keep the key pressed until the next screen is displayed on the terminal.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Turn the ignition key to position II.

„ Set the main mode switch to the "Maintenance mode" position.

„ To depressurise the top link and the side guards for version with "Hydraulically folding side guards" , press the key on the control lever and keep the key pressed until the next screen is displayed on the terminal.

„ If the front mounted mower is uncoupled without "Parking support" version, securely support

the front mounted mower, see Page 31

.

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2 3

5

6

4

4

1 1

BM000-418

„ For version with "Top link support" : To mount the top link support (1), insert the

2 bolts (2) and secure with the linch pins (3).

„ Dismount the top link (4) from the front mowing unit, dismount the linch pin (6) and the bolt (5).

„ For version with "Top link support" : Place the top link (4) on the top link support (1).

„ If decoupling is done without a top link support, fix the top link (4) using a lashing strap.

BM000-250

„ Detach the plug connection (1).

„ Detach the lubrication line (3) from the front mounted mower.

„ For "Hydraulically foldable side guards" version : Decouple both hydraulic hoses (2).

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BM000-251

„ Using a suitable tool, loosen and push down the universal shaft guard (1).

„ To dismount the universal shaft (2) from the machine, use a fork spanner (3) to unscrew the nut (4).

„ Proceed in the same manner to dismount the universal shaft (2) from the front mounted mower.

„ Put the universal shaft (2) aside.

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BM000-252

„ Unscrew the locking screws (3) of the two lower link hooks (2).

„ Pull on the lower link hooks (2) to loosen them.

„ Press "Next" in the terminal.

„ To depressurise the lower links (1), press the key on the control lever and keep it pressed until the next screen is displayed on the terminal.

„ Press down both lower links.

„ To complete the decoupling process, press "Finish".

Mounting the side mounted mowers

The assembly of the side mounted mowers is described by way of example of the right side mounted mower.

„ Proceed analogously to mount the left side mounted mower.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Carefully raise the mower onto the machine until the mower can be mounted on the

outrigger arm. To raise the mower, see Page 323 .

„

Securely support the mower, see Page 31

.

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

1

2

1

3

4

BM000-278

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Pos.

(A)

(B)

Quantity

1

Designation

Retaining ring 40 x 1.75

Shim ring 40 x 50 x 2

Material surface

Zn8

Strength class

„ To mount the mower on the outrigger arm, insert the bolt (1) and compensate with shim rings (B) in the positions (4).

„ Mount 1 retaining ring (A) in position (3) on the end of the bolt (1) and, if required, compensate with shim rings (B) in position (2).

2

1

2

BM000-283

Pos.

(A)

(B)

(C)

Quantity

1

1

1

Designation

Hexagon head screw M8 x 25

Detent edged washer SKM 8

Roll pin 6 x 35

„ Push in the bolt (2).

„ Mount the screw connection (A, B) in position (3).

„ Mount the roll pin (C) in position (1).

3

Material surface

Zn8

ZLÜ

ZLÜ

Strength class

8.8

186

1 2

BM000-467

Pos.

1

2

Designation

Lift/lower left side mounted mower

Lift/lower right side mounted mower

Explanation

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

„ To hydraulically depressurize the lifting cylinder for the mowing unit, open the stop cock (2)

"Lift/lower right side mounted mower". (For assembly of the left side mounted mower, open the stop cock (1) "Lift/lower left side mounted mower".)

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2

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3

4

BM000-284

Pos.

(A)

Quantity

2

Designation

Roll pin 6 x 35

„ Push in the bolt (2).

„ Mount the roll pin (A) in position (1).

„ Push in the bolt (4).

„ Mount the roll pin (A) in position (3).

Material surface

ZLÜ

Strength class

1

3

2

3

4

4

5

5 6

2

BM000-285

„ Connect the hydraulic hoses (2, 3, 4, 5) to the central support; observe the correct assignment and sequence.

„ Mount the pipe clamps (1, 6); route the hydraulic hoses (2, 3, 4, 5) so that abrasion points and pinch points are avoided.

1

2

BMG000-054

„ Mount the lubrication line (1).

„ Mount the plug (2).

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1 2

BM000-467

Pos.

1

2

Designation

Lift/lower left side mounted mower

Lift/lower right side mounted mower

Explanation

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

„ Close the stop cock (2) "Lift/lower right side mounted mower". (For assembly of the left side mounted mower, close the stop cock (1) "Lift/lower left side mounted mower".)

1

3

5

12.5

2

4

BM000-410

„ Push the universal shaft (1) onto the PTO shaft end on the mower.

„ Tighten the screw (2) with a tightening torque of M

A

=85 Nm.

„ Push the universal shaft guard (4) over the housing (3).

„ Mount the clamp (5).

„ Calibrate the cutting height,

see Page 465

.

„ Finely calibrate the cutting height,

see Page 467

.

„ Calibrate the mower load relief,

see Page 463

.

Dismounting the side mounted mowers

The disassembly of the side mounted mowers is described by way of example of the right side mounted mower.

„ Proceed analogously to disassemble the left side mounted mower.

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The side mounted mower is securely supported, see Page 31 .

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1 2

BM000-467

Pos.

1

2

Designation

Lift/lower left side mounted mower

Lift/lower right side mounted mower

Explanation

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

„ To hydraulically depressurize the lifting cylinder for the mowing unit, open the stop cock (2)

"Lift/lower right side mounted mower". (For assembly of the left side mounted mower, open the stop cock (1) "Lift/lower left side mounted mower".)

1

3

3

2

4

5

2

BM000-285

„ Dismount the pipe clamps (1, 6).

„ Disconnect the hydraulic hoses (2, 3, 4, 5) at the central support.

5

4

6

1

2

BMG000-054

„ Remove the lubrication line (1) and seal both sides to prevent dirt ingress.

„ Remove the plug (2).

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1

2

BM000-284

„ Dismount the roll pin (3).

„ Unscrew the bolt (4).

„ Dismount the roll pin (1).

„ Unscrew the bolt (2).

3

4

1 2

BM000-467

Pos.

1

2

Designation

Lift/lower left side mounted mower

Lift/lower right side mounted mower

Explanation

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

Horizontal position: closed

Vertical position: opened

„ Close the stop cock (2) "Lift/lower right side mounted mower". (For assembly of the left side mounted mower, close the stop cock (1) "Lift/lower left side mounted mower".)

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2

1

2

3

BM000-283

„ Remove the screw connection (3).

„ Dismount the roll pin (1).

„ Unscrew the bolt (2).

1

2

3

4

BM000-278

„ Dismount the washer (2) and the retaining ring (3) at the end of the bolt.

„ Dismount the bolt (1) with the washers (4).

1

4

2

3

BM000-411

„ Dismount the clamp (2).

„ Push down the universal shaft guard (1).

„ Loosen the screw (4).

„ Remove the universal shaft (3) from the PTO shaft end on the mower.

„ Raise the mower using a suitable hoist and put it aside,

see Page 323 .

1

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Mounting component group for swathing

12.6

Mounting component group for swathing

With version "Standard swathing"

1

192

BM000-394

The assembly of the component group for swathing (1) is described by way of example of the right side mounted mower.

„ Proceed in the same way for assembly of the component group for swathing on the left side mounted mower.

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

1 4

7

6

5

3 2

BM000-386

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The side mounted mowers have been securely supported, see Page 31

.

ü

The cross conveyors have been removed, see Page 200 .

NOTE! Damage to the sensor due to carelessness when working on the pulley! When mounting and dismounting the pulley, ensure that the sensor behind the pulley is not damaged.

„ To dismount the support (2), remove the screw connections (3).

„ Dismount the belt pulley (1),

see Page 246

.

„ Dismount the roll pin (4).

„ Pull out the bolt (6).

„ Remove the entire segment (5).

„ Remove the journal (7) from both sides of the mower.

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Mounting component group for swathing 12.6

1

2

1

2

7

8

5

X

6

4

3

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

BM000-387

Pos.

2

2

6

1

Quantity

6

Designation

Hexagon head screw M10 x 25

Detent edged washer SKM 10

Disc 14 x 58

Support disc S 35 x 45 x 2.5

Ring 35 x 80 x 20

Material surface

Zn8

ZLÜ

Zn8 A

Zn8

Strength class

8.8

S355MC

S355MC

„ In the following sequence push the mounting material (D, E), the timing disc (1) and the mounting material (E, D) onto the shaft.

„ Mount the screw connection (2) (C, B, A).

„ Mount the support (3) using the screw connections (4) (B, A).

„ Align the sensor (5) so that the distance between sensor (5) and timing disc (1) X=3 mm .

Ensure that the sensor (5) is aligned at right angles to the timing disc (1) and is centred over the holes in the timing disc.

„ To set the distance between sensor (5) and timing disc (1), loosen both nuts (6).

„ Turn the nuts (6) until the dimension X=3 mm has been reached.

„ Tighten the nuts (6) to a tightening torque of M

A

=10 Nm.

„ Mount the guard (8) using the screw connections (7) (B, A).

2

1

1

3

BM000-388

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Pos.

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

Quantity

2

2

4

8

8

Designation

Hexagon head screw M16 x 50

Hexagon head screw M16 x 130

Locknut low shape M16

Detent edged washer SKM 16

Disc 17 x 40 x 6

Material surface

Zn8

Zn8

Zn8

ZLÜ

Zn8

Strength class

8.8

8.8

10

„ Using a suitable hoist, lift the pre-assembled component group for swathing (2) onto the mower.

„ Mount the component group for swathing (2) on both sides using the screw connections (1) (B, D, E, E, D, C) and the screw connections (3) (A, D, E, E, D, C).

4

1

1

2

2

3 3

3

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

(E)

(F)

(G)

(H)

BM000-397

Pos.

2

4

2

4

2

4

4

Quantity

2

Designation

Square coach screw M12 x 80

Square coach screw M8 x 30

Locknut low shape M8

Ring nut M12

Detent edged washer SKM 8

Disc 13 x 37 x 3

Disc 8.4 x 24 x 2

Disc 17 x 37 x 3

Material surface

Zn8

Zn8

Zn8

Zn8

ZLÜ

Zn8

Zn8

Strength class

8.8

8.8

8

C15

PA 6

„ Mount the swath flaps (3) on both sides using the screw connection (1) (D, F, H, A).

„ Mount the screw connections (2) (B, G, E, C).

„ "Deflector sheets" version : Tighten the palm knobs (4) on the deflector sheets as tightly as possible, as they can easily get lost due to vibrations.

„ In the mowing functions menu "Mower drive settings", set the parameter KMC-183 "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood installed" to "No".

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Dismounting component group for swathing 12.7

Dismounting component group for swathing

WARNING

Risk of injury due to objects being flung out

If the machine is used without a cross conveyor or the component group for swathing, crops and foreign objects will be ejected and may injure or kill people.

„ Use the machine only with a cross conveyor or the component group for swathing.

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

1

BM000-394

Removal of the component group for swathing (1) is described by way of example of the right side mounted mower.

„ Proceed in the same way for removal of the component group for swathing on the left side mounted mower.

1

1

2

3

3

BM000-389

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The side mounted mowers have been securely supported, see Page 31

„ Remove the screw connections (2).

„ Remove the screw connections (1) and put aside with the swath flaps (3).

3

2

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196

2

1

1

3

BM000-388

„ Using a suitable hoist, pick up the component group for swathing (2) and secure the component group for swathing (2) to prevent it from falling.

„ Remove the screw connections (1, 3).

„ Using the hoist, put the component group for swathing (2) aside.

3

2

1

6

4

5

BM000-392

„ Remove the screw connections (1) and put aside with the guard (2).

„ Remove the screw connections (5) and put aside with the support (4).

„ Remove the screw connection (3).

„ Remove the timing disc (6) and the mounting material from the shaft and put aside.

2 4

7

1

3

6

5

(A)

(B)

(C)

(D)

BM000-393

Pos.

2

2

Quantity

2

2

Designation

Hexagon head screw M10 x 25

Hexagon head screw M16 x 65

Locknut low shape M18 x 1.5

Detent edged washer SKM 10

Material surface

Zn8

ZN8

Zn8

Dacromet

Strength class

8.8

8.8

8

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Mounting the cross conveyor 12.8

Pos.

(E)

(F)

(G)

2

2

Quantity

2

Designation

Detent edged washer SKM 16

Disc 17 x 40 x 6

Disc (20) 21 x 37 x 3

Material surface

ZLÜ

Zn8

„ Mount the belt tensioner (3) with the bolt (1) and the roll pin (2).

„ Mount the journal (7) on both sides of the mower using the mounting material (B, E, F, G, C).

„

Mounting the belt pulley (4), see Page 247 .

„ Mount the support (5) using the screw connections (6) (A, D).

„

Mounting the cross conveyor, see Page 197 .

Strength class

140 HV

1

1

2

3

4

3

X

12.8

BM000-395

„ Align the sensor (3) behind the belt pulley on the conditioner so that the distance between sensor (3) and inside (2) of the belt pulley (1) X=3 mm . Ensure that the sensor (3) is aligned at right angles to the belt pulley (1) and is centred over the holes in the belt pulley.

„ To set the distance between sensor (3) and the inside (2) of the belt pulley (1), loosen both nuts (4).

„ Turn the nuts (4) until the dimension X=3 mm has been reached.

„ Tighten the nuts (4) to a tightening torque of M

A

=10 Nm.

Mounting the cross conveyor

With version "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine has been shut down and secured, see Page 31

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

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Mounting the cross conveyor

WARNING

Risk of injury due to raised cross conveyor

There is a risk to individuals from the cross conveyor falling or swivelling in an uncontrolled manner.

„ Use only approved hoists and slings which have a load-bearing capacity of at least

1000 kg.

„ Note the information on the suspension points provided.

„ Make sure the slings are properly secured.

„ Never stand under the raised cross conveyor.

1

3

1

4

2

BM000-282

„ To be able to hook the cross conveyor into a suitable hoist, mount 1 ring nut (M16 Zn8) with

2 discs (17 x 40 x 6 Zn8) and 1 hexagon head screw (M16 x 90 Zn8) on each of the lifting points (1).

„ To raise the cross conveyor, use the lifting points (1, 2).

„ Carefully raise the cross conveyor onto the machine and before lowering it, ensure that the position of the journal support (3) and the journal (4) is the same on both sides.

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2

3

1

2

BM000-281

„ Fit the screws (1, 2).

„ Mount the hydraulic hoses according to the respective version; observe the correct sequence.

1

2 4

1

2

3

BMG000-042

„ Connect the lubrication line (2) at the coupling point (3).

„ Attach the plug connection (4).

1

2

3

BMG000-041

„ Attach the lubrication line (2) to the coupling point (3).

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Dismounting the cross conveyor

BM000-196

„ Mount the hydraulic hoses (1); observe the correct sequence. The ball (2) must be in alignment with the groove (3).

12.9

BM000-195

„ Mount the pipe clamp (1); route the hydraulic hoses in such a way as to prevent abrasion points and pinch points.

„ Mount the guard cloth between the cross conveyor and the machine frame,

see Page 155

.

„ Ensure that the belt pulleys are in alignment. If required, compensate with support discs.

„

Place the kraftband on the auger drive and tension, see Page 303 .

„

Mount the guard of the auger conveyor drive, see Page 299 .

„ In the mowing functions menu "Mower drive settings", set the parameter KMC-183 "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood installed" to "Yes".

Dismounting the cross conveyor

With version "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

WARNING

Risk of injury due to objects being flung out

If the machine is used without a cross conveyor or the component group for swathing, crops and foreign objects will be ejected and may injure or kill people.

„ Use the machine only with a cross conveyor or the component group for swathing.

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine has been shut down and secured, see Page 31

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Dismounting the cross conveyor 12.9

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

„ Remove the guard of the auger drive,

see Page 299

.

„ Relieve the pressure on the auger drive kraftband and remove the kraftband,

see Page 303

.

„ Dismount the deflector curtain between the cross conveyor and the machine frame from the machine frame and fold it back,

see Page 155

.

BM000-195

„ To dismount the pipe clamp (1), loosen both nuts using two socket wrenches.

BM000-196

„ Clean the area around the hydraulic hoses at the central support.

„ Dismount both hydraulic hoses (1) of the swath hood, remember the sequence of the connections and make sure the ball (2) is in alignment with the groove (3).

1

2

3

BMG000-041

„ Disconnect the lubrication line (2) at the coupling point (3) and seal both sides to prevent dirt ingress.

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Dismounting the cross conveyor

If the machine is used with swath hoods:

„ Remove the sealing plug on the connecting piece (1) and retain for subsequent assembly.

„ Mount end of the lubrication line (2) at the mower to the connecting piece (1).

1

2 4

3

BMG000-042

„ Disconnect the plug connection (4).

„ Disconnect the lubrication line (2) at the coupling point (3) and seal both sides to prevent dirt ingress.

If the machine is used with swath hoods:

„ Remove the sealing plug on the connecting piece (1) and retain for subsequent assembly.

„ Mount end of the lubrication line (2) at the mower to the connecting piece (1).

WARNING

Risk of injury due to raised cross conveyor

There is a risk to individuals from the cross conveyor falling or swivelling in an uncontrolled manner.

„ Use only approved hoists and slings which have a load-bearing capacity of at least

1000 kg.

„ Note the information on the suspension points provided.

„ Make sure the slings are properly secured.

„ Never stand under the raised cross conveyor.

1

1

202

2

BM000-279

„ To be able to hook the cross conveyor into a suitable hoist, mount 1 ring nut (M16 Zn8) with

2 discs (17 x 40 x 6 Zn8) and 1 hexagon head screw (M16 x 90 Zn8) on each of the lifting points (1).

„ Hook the hoist into the lifting points (1, 2).

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Dismounting the cross conveyor 12.9

2

2

3

1

2 1

BM000-281

„ To unscrew the screws (2), at first the hydraulic screw connections (3) of the hydraulic cylinder must be unscrewed according to the respective version. Pay attention to the sequence of the connections to ensure the hydraulic hoses are not mixed up. Seal the open hydraulic connections to prevent dirt ingress.

„ Dismount the screws (1).

„ Carefully raise the entire cross conveyor and put it aside.

„ If the machine is used with swath hoods, in the mowing functions menu "Mower drive settings", set the parameter KMC-183 "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood installed" to "No".

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13.1

Preparing the machine for road travel

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WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

13.1

Preparing the machine for road travel

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü Soiling and crop residue have been removed from the machine, in particular from the lighting and identification elements.

ü

All mowers are in transport position, see Page 93

ü

The side guards of the mowers are in transport position, see Page 227 ,

see Page 205 .

ü For the "Side shift of front mounted mower" version: The front mounted mower is in

central position, see Page 223 .

ü

The lockings of side mounted mowers are engaged, see Page 205 .

ü

The wheel chocks are located in the storage compartment above the front right wheel, see

Page 216

.

ü The Main Mode Switch is in the "Road mode" position,

see Page 97

.

13.1.1

Transport position

The machine must be in transport position when travelling on roads; to this end:

„

Fold up side mounted mowers, see Page 93

.

„

Check the lock for side mounted mowers, see Page 205 .

„ Lift the front mounted mower into the transport position,

see Page 93

.

„ For the "Side shift front mounted mower" version : Move the front mounted mower into

the central position, see Page 223 .

„

Fold up the side guards of the front mounted mower into transport position, see Page 227 .

„ Make sure that the side guards of the side mounted mowers are in the transport position,

see Page 205

. For the version with "Hydraulically foldable side guards" : Move the side

guards of the side mounted mowers manually into transport position, see Page 227

.

„

The main mode switch is in the "Road mode" position, see Page 97 . The axles lower

automatically to the road position.

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Preparing the machine for road travel 13.1

Checking lockings of lateral mowers

WARNING

Danger of accident due to the side mounted mowers coming folded out during road travel

If the mowing units are not correctly locked in the transport position, they may unintentionally come folded out. This can result in serious accidents.

„ Perform a visual inspection to determine whether the side mounted mowers are locked correctly.

„ Do not place the machines in operation or stop them immediately if error messages appear regarding the transport position or locking of the side mounted mowers.

13.1.3

BM000-008

„ Perform a visual inspection on the left-hand and right-hand side of the machine to determine whether the catch (1) has completely enclosed the journal (2) of the side mounted mower.

If not:

„ Check the area for soiling and clean if required.

„ Check the catch for damage.

„ Fold in the side mounted mower again.

Checking side guards of lateral mowers

NOTICE

Machine damage due to increased machine height.

If the side guards of the side mounted mowers in transport position are not folded in, the machine height is raised considerably and this may cause damage to the machine.

„ Before travelling on the road, always ensure that the side guards of the side mounted mowers are folded in.

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Starting engine

13.2

BM000-005

„ Before travelling on the road, always check that the side guards (1) on the right/left of the

side mounted mowers are folded into the transport position, see Page 227

.

ð The side guard are not in transport position:

For the version with "Hydraulically foldable side guards":

„ To fold up the side guards, actuate the "Fold up side guards" key, Operating and

display elements on the keypad, see Page 95

.

For the "series" version:

„ Fold down side mounted mowers.

„ Check locking of the side guards,

see Page 243

.

„ Move the side guards of the side mounted mowers manually into transport position.

„ Fold up side mounted mowers.

Starting engine

WARNING

Risk of poisoning from toxic exhaust gases

If the machine is operated in closed rooms without adequate ventilation, the pollutant load increases in the air.

Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Never allow the engine to run in closed rooms.

„ Vent the room sufficiently.

WARNING

Impact and crushing hazard for people in the vicinity of the machine due to movement of the machine!

When the machine is put into motion, there is a risk for people in the vicinity of the machine of being overrun or crushed by the machine.

„ Make sure that there is no one in the danger zone of the machine.

„ Actuate the horn before starting the engine.

„ Only start the engine from the driver's seat.

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Starting engine 13.2

WARNING

Risk of injury during operation

If the driver is not protected from the engine noise while working, his hearing will be permanently damaged.

„ Make sure that the doors and windows of the cabin are closed while the machine is used.

„ If the engine was shut down beforehand for longer than 30 days, take measures to start up and start the engine following shutdown,

see Page 283

.

BXG000-059

ü The Main Mode Switch (2) is in the "Neutral" position (3),

see Page 97 .

„ Press the main battery switch (1) to close the circuit,

see Page 217

.

Æ The main battery switch LED is lit.

BMG000-005

„ Turn the ignition key (1) in the ignition lock clockwise to position "II".

Æ Warning lamp "Charging control" (2) lights up.

„ Wait for at least 2 seconds, then turn the ignition key in the ignition lock to position "III".

When the engine starts:

„ Immediately release the ignition key.

Æ The ignition key automatically jumps to the operating position.

Æ Warning lamp "Charging control" (2) goes out.

„ Leave the engine to idle until the temperature display coolant rises.

If the warning lamp "Charging control" (2) lights up:

„ Switch off the engine and eliminate the malfunction.

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Behaviour after the engine has stalled

If the engine does not start within 30 s:

„ Turn the ignition key to the "STOP" position.

„ After a 1 minute delay repeat the starting process.

If the engine still does not start:

„ Turn the ignition key to the "STOP" position.

„ Rectify the cause of the poor starting behaviour, see applicable engine manufacturer operating instructions.

13.2.1

Observing indicator and warning lamps

1

13.3

BMG000-006

„ As long as the diesel engine is running, the indicator and warning lamps on the steering column must be observed.

Warning lamp "Charging control" (1):

"Charging control" warning lamp does not light up at all when the ignition key is in ignition stage

I, lights up continuously in ignition stage II and lights up briefly after the diesel engine has started.

If the warning lamp "Charging control" is lit continuously while the diesel engine is running, the output voltage of the alternator is not adequate to charge the batteries.

„ Check the cables and connections on the alternator and the batteries, batteries

see

Page 346

.

„ Check the V-belt on the alternator.

Behaviour after the engine has stalled

NOTICE

Heat accumulation after the engine has stalled

If a warm engine stalls, the heat accumulation, caused by the lack of cooling, may damage the engine.

„ Immediately start again when a warm engine is stalled.

„ Before finally switching engine off, allow it to run at idle speed for at least 3 minutes.

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Starting up the machine 13.4

Starting up the machine

WARNING

Danger to life by movements of the machine

People are at risk from the large movements of the machine, unusual driving behaviour and the option of riding on the outside of the machine while it is being driven.

„ Make sure that there is no second person on the machine when travelling.

„ Adapt driving speed of machine on road and field to the given conditions.

„ When driving down hills, on inclines or through obstacles, adjust driving behaviour to environmental conditions.

„ Make sure when driving around curves that the machine does not swing out.

13.4.1

Setting the acceleration behaviour

BM000-017

Four different acceleration stages can be selected, even while driving, with the "Acceleration stage" switch (2) attached to the control lever (1).

If the control lever (1) is actuated constantly in one direction and at a constant engine speed, the driving speed will increase slowest in acceleration stage I and fastest in acceleration stage

IV.

„ Switch to the required acceleration stage using the "Acceleration stage" switch (2).

Æ The selected acceleration stage (3) is displayed on the working screen of the terminal.

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Starting up the machine

13.4.2

Notices on driving the machine

13.4.3

BM000-019

„ Adapt driving behaviour to the modified handling of the machine due to rear steering.

„ Take into consideration the different ways the machine handles in acceleration stages 1 - 4.

„ React to the different handling of the machine in road mode and field mode

„ If an error message is indicated on the terminal, immediately stop and eliminate the error. If this is not possible, inform a KRONE service partner.

„ Adapt driving behaviour to the particular terrain and ground conditions,

see Page 223

.

Emergency steering forces

The steering also operates when the engine has stopped. However, considerably more force must be applied.

Driving forwards and stopping

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BM000-018

Driving forwards from standstill:

„ Set the main mode switch to "road mode" or "field mode" position,

see Page 97 .

„

Release the parking brake, see Page 214 .

„ Press and hold down the activation key for traction drive (2).

„ Push the control lever (1) forwards.

Æ The machine moves forwards and accelerates.

„ Release the control lever (1) to keep the speed at a constant level.

Æ The control lever automatically returns to the central position (0).

„ To slow down the machine, pull the control lever (1) backwards while driving or depress the brake pedal.

Æ The machine is decelerated until it stops.

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Starting up the machine 13.4

13.4.3.1

Cruise control

The cruise control can be activated only when travelling forwards.

When cruise control is activated, the machine is accelerated or decelerated with the set acceleration stage to the speed saved for operation with the cruise control.

Saving speed for operation with cruise control

BM000-022

„ Accelerate the machine to the desired speed.

„ While driving, press and hold down the activation key for the traction drive (2) and at the same time, move the control lever (1) to the right and back to the central position.

Æ The current driving speed is saved.

The saved speed (3) is displayed on the working screen of the terminal display.

The speed is saved for the operating mode the machine is currently in. One speed each can be saved for road travel and field mode.

If the operating mode (“Road mode”/”Field mode”) is changed, the display switches to the value saved for the corresponding operating mode (road or field speed).

Activating cruise control

BMG000-004

„ While driving, actuate the control lever (1) to the right.

Æ The machine is started with the set speed.

The icon with the value of the set speed appears on the display.

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13.5

Stopping the machine

Deactivating cruise control

Cruise control is deactivated by overriding the control lever, actuating the service brake or switching off the traction drive.

13.4.4

Driving backward and stopping

13.5

BM000-018

Reverse from standstill:

„

Set the main mode switch to “road mode” or “field mode” position, see Page 97 .

„

Release the parking brake, see Page 214 .

„ Press and hold down the activation key for traction drive (2).

„ Pull control lever (1) to the rear.

Æ The machine moves backward and accelerates.

„ Release the control lever (1) to keep the speed at constant level.

Æ The control lever automatically returns to central position (0).

„ To decelerate the machine, push control lever (1) to the front while driving.

Æ The machine is decelerated until it is at standstill.

Stopping the machine

The machine can be stopped with both control lever and service brake.

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13.5.1

Stopping machine by using control lever

Stopping from forward travel

Driving and Transport 13

Stopping the machine 13.5

BM000-025

„ Pull the control lever (1) backwards while driving.

Æ The machine decelerates until it stops.

Stopping from reverse travel

BM000-026

„ Push the control lever (1) forwards while driving.

Æ The machine decelerates until it stops.

Quickly braking the machine

BM000-027

„ To brake the machine quickly, move the control lever (1) to the left while driving.

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13.6

Applying parking brake

Fast change of direction of travel (fast reversing)

During fast reversing, the machine decelerates to a standstill and accelerates in the opposite direction to 70% of the previous driving speed.

Fast reversing is possible in field mode only.

BMG000-007

ü The main mode switch is in the "field mode" position.

To activate fast reversing:

„ While driving, press and hold down the activation key for the traction drive (2), move the control lever (1) to the left and back to the central position.

13.5.2

Stopping machine with the service brake

WARNING

Risk of injury due to defective service brake

If the service brake has a restricted function, the machine cannot be brought to a standstill in time and people and material assets are at risk.

„ Before starting the machine, always check service brake and ensure its functionality.

Braking the machine slightly

„ Depress the foot brake slightly.

Æ When the brake pedal is released, the machine continues moving at the reduced driving speed.

Braking the machine forcefully (hazard braking)

„ Depress the service brake very forcefully.

Æ The machine is braked to an immediate standstill.

13.6

Applying parking brake

WARNING

Risk of injury due to the unsecured machine rolling away

If the unsecured machine starts moving, there is a risk of people being struck or run over.

„ When the “Parking brake” key has been pressed, check the status of the parking brake on the terminal or via the LED in the “Parking brake” key.

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Applying parking brake 13.6

INFO

If the "Parking brake" key is pressed while driving, the traction drive is braked and, when the machine has stopped, the parking brake is applied.

The parking brake is automatically released or applied under certain operating conditions and can be manually actuated by pressing the "Parking brake" key (1).

BXG000-013

To apply the parking brake manually via the keypad:

„ Press the "Parking brake" key (1).

To release the parking brake manually via the keypad:

„ When the diesel engine is running, depress the brake pedal.

„ Press the "Parking brake" key (1).

The status of the parking brake is indicated by the LED in the "Parking brake" key:

„ The parking brake has been applied when the LED is lit.

„ The parking brake has been released when the LED is not lit.

EQG002-020

The status of the parking brake is also displayed on the working screen of the terminal:

• The parking brake has been applied when the "Parking brake"  indicator lamp appears on the terminal.

• The parking brake has been released when the "Parking brake" indicator lamp is not lit on the terminal.

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13.7

Switching off the engine

Automatic actuation of the parking brake:

• The parking brake is automatically applied when the driver's seat is not occupied.

• The parking brake is automatically applied when the diesel engine is switched off.

• The parking brake is automatically released when the machine starts.

• The parking brake is automatically released when the brake pedal is depressed

13.7

Switching off the engine

NOTICE

Engine will be damaged by heat accumulation

If the engine is immediately switched off after operation under load, the heat accumulation, caused by the lack of cooling, may damage the engine.

„ Before switching off the engine, let it run at idle speed for at least 3 minutes.

„ Stop the machine,

see Page 212 .

„ To cool down the engine, leave the engine running for three minutes at a low idle speed.

13.8

BM000-029

„ Turn the ignition key (1) anti-clockwise to the "STOP" position.

„ Move the main mode switch into the "Neutral" position,

see Page 97 .

„

If the engine will be shut down for longer than 30 days, take measures to shut it down, see

Page 283

.

Fitting wheel chocks

1

1 1

BXG000-003

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Main battery switch 13.9

The wheel chocks (1) secure the machine against rolling away. 2 wheel chocks are affixed to the machine.

ü The machine is parked on a stable, horizontal and even surface.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Remove the wheel chocks (1) from the storage compartment above the right front wheel.

„ Place the wheel chocks (1) tightly in front of and behind the same wheel of the front axle to prevent the machine from rolling away.

Main battery switch

The main battery switch is used to switch on or interrupt the machine’s power supply.

1

2

BXG000-002

The main battery switch (2) is located in the storage compartment (1) below the left platform.

The main battery switch is designed as a momentary switch with integrated LED.

The power supply is automatically interrupted after 24 hours.

If the main battery switch is pressed for not longer than 1 second, the power supply is automatically interrupted after a delay of about 120 seconds. This guarantees the run-down time (cleaning) of the exhaust aftertreatment system.

If the main battery switch is pressed for longer than 2 seconds, the power supply is interrupted immediately. There is no run-down time (cleaning) of the exhaust aftertreatment system.

„ After using the machine, in emergencies and for repairs, interrupt the power supply.

NOTE! Damage to the exhaust aftertreatment system Do not press the main battery switch for longer than 1 second.

„ To switch on or interrupt the power supply, press the main battery switch:

Æ When the LED is lit, the power supply is switched on

Æ When the LED is flashing, the run-down time is running (approx. 120 second) to allow cleaning of the exhaust aftertreatment system.

Æ When the LED is not lit, the power supply is interrupted.

„ To interrupt the power supply as quickly as possible in an emergency, press the main battery switch for 2 seconds.

Æ The power supply is interrupted immediately.

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13.10 Parking the machine

13.10

Parking the machine

WARNING

Risk of injury due to the unsecured machine rolling away

If the machine is not secured against rolling away when it has been switched off, there is a risk of people being injured by the machine rolling away in an uncontrolled manner.

„ Secure the machine against rolling using wheel chocks.

„

Fold up side mounted mowers, see Page 93

.

Æ

The lockings of side mounted mowers are engaged, see Page 205 .

„ Ensure that the outer side guards of the right/left side mounted mowers have been folded into transport position,

see Page 205

.

„ Fold up the side guards of front mounted mower,

see Page 227

.

„ Move front mounted mower to central position,

see Page 223

.

„

Switch Main Mode Switch to "neutral" position, see Page 97 .

„ Apply the parking brake,

see Page 214

.

„

Shut down and secure the machine, see Page 31 .

13.11

Recovering the Machine

WARNING

Danger of accidents due to uncontrolled movement of the machine!

When recovering the machine there is a danger that the driver will loose control of the machine, since the diesel engine is stopped, which increases steering and braking forces. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone.

„ Only move the machine out of the danger zone.

„ Note that steering and braking forces are increased when the diesel engine is stationary.

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to incorrect operation

If retrieval is not performed correctly, power transmission components or the diesel engine may be damaged.

„ Turn the Main Mode Switch to "Neutral mode".

„ Release the parking brake, if required release manually,

see Page 214

,

see Page 219

.

„ Switch off the diesel engine.

„ Pull the fuses F30 and F98 so that the hydraulic motors are at idle,

see Page 359

.

„ Switch on the ignition so that the direction indicators/flashing warning lamps and the brake lamps function.

„ Only move the machine out of the danger zone (at max. 8 km/h).

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Recovering the Machine 13.11

1

BM000-256

„ To retrieve the machine, select the suspension points (1) on the front of the machine.

„ Turn the Main Mode Switch to "Neutral mode".

„

Release parking brake, see Page 214 .

If the machine no longer builds up the oil pressure required for releasing the parking brake:

„

Release the parking brake manually, see Page 219 .

„ Switch off the diesel engine.

„ Pull the fuses F98 and F30,

see Page 359

.

„ Turn the ignition key in the ignition lock to the "I" position so that the direction indicators/ flashing warning lamps and the brake lamps function.

„ Move the machine out of the danger zone.

13.11.1

Release the parking brake manually

3

1

2

4

BXG000-062

Securing the machine against rolling away:

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Secure the machine against rolling using wheel chocks.

The parking brake can be released with the hand pump (1):

„ Pull and release the knob handle (2) of the valve.

Æ The knob handle remains in the pulled position.

„ Insert the pump lever (4) into the lever holder (3) on the hand pump (1).

„ Release the parking brake by pumping the hand pump.

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If the effort during pumping increases considerably:

„ Check whether the brake has been released by moving the machine.

Æ The parking brake is released as long as the knob handle (2) of the valve is in the pulled position.

Restoring the braking function on the parking brake:

„ Press the knob handle (2) of the valve.

13.12

Preparing the machine for shipment

NOTICE

Damage to the exhaust aftertreatment system due to ingress of water through the exhaust pipe

If the machine is being transported on a transport vehicle against the direction of travel, rain water may penetrate the exhaust aftertreatment system via the exhaust pipe and damage the exhaust aftertreatment system.

„ Transport the machine in the direction of travel only.

NOTICE

Risk of accident if machine not correctly prepared

If the machine is not correctly prepared for transportation by vehicle, this may result in accidents and damage to the machine.

„ Carry out the following measures to prepare for conveyance of the machine.

ü The mowers are in transport position.

ü Ensure that the side guards have been folded in,

see Page 205

,

see Page 227

.

ü For version with "Side shift of front mounted mower": The front mounted mower is in

central position, see Page 223 .

ü

The axles have been lowered, see Page 95

.

ü After parking the machine, shut down and safeguard the machine,

see Page 31

.

ü Ensure that the cabin door, the side window and the hoods are closed.

ü Secure the machine using suitable lashing material at the designated lashing points,

see

Page 220

.

ü For "SMV emblem" version : The SMV emblem is covered or removed,

see Page 56 .

13.12.1

Lashing the machine

WARNING

Danger to life caused by uncontrolled machine movement

If the machine is not properly lashed for transportation by vehicle, the machine may move in an uncontrolled manner and endanger people.

„ Before transporting the machine, secure it properly to the designated lashing points using suitable lashing material.

Appropriate lashing points are provided on the machine for attachment of the lashing material.

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2

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Preparing the machine for shipment 13.12

3 4

BM000-330

1 Lashing point at rear left

2 Lashing point at rear right

3 Lashing point right front

4 Lashing point left front

13.12.2

Removing the machine wheels

The wheels must be removed if this is necessary to transport the machine. The machine may only be jacked up by authorised technicians,

see Page 473

.

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Field Mode

14 Operation

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

14.1

Field Mode

WARNING

Risk of injury due to movement of the machine or machine parts

If people remain in or enter the danger zone of the machine during operation, there is an increased risk of injury.

„ Do not start the machine until all safety devices have been fitted and are in sound condition.

„

Make certain there is no one in the danger zone of the machine (safety distance, see

Page 20 ).

If people enter the danger zone:

„ Stop the machine immediately.

„ Instruct persons to leave the danger zone.

„ Do not restart the machine until there is nobody in the danger zone.

The settings for field mode, including mowing functions, sidehill levelling (for the "Hydraulic side shift front mounted mower" version), settings for cutting height and headland,

see Page 115

and

see Page 142 .

14.1.1

Working position

For use in the field, the machine must be in the working position, for this:

„

Turn the main mode switch in the "Field mode" position, see Page 97

.

„

Fold down the mowers into working position, see Page 93

.

„ Fold down the side guards of the front mounted mower or with the "Hydraulically foldable side guards" version ensure that the side guards are folded down into the working position,

see Page 227 .

„ Make sure that the side guards of the side mounted mowers are folded down into the working position,

see Page 227

.

„ Checks before commissioning – observe mowing operation,

see Page 177 .

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Operation 14

Field Mode 14.1

Field mode on slopes

„ Dangers when operating the machine on slopes,

see Page 24

.

„ Before working on a slope, increase the tyre pressure by 0.4 bar more than indicated in the technical data,

see Page 74

„ After working on the slope, the tyre pressure must be set to the values in the tyre pressure table,

see Page 74

.

BM000-267

„ Do not bring the machine from the transport position into the working position or from the working position into the transport position as long as the machine is positioned and used across a slope.

14.1.2.1

Moving front mounted mower into the central position

For the "Side shift front mounted mower" version

1

2

BM000-139

„ To move the front mounted mower to the central position, actuate the "Side shift front mounted mower left" key or the "Side shift front mounted mowing right" key on the control

lever alternately, see Page 93

.

Æ The front mounted mower is in the central position when the top link (1) and the marking (2) on front guard of the cabin are in line.

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14.1.3

Operating mowers

WARNING

Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine due to uncontrolled lowering of a mower

When lowering a mower into the working position, people or animals in the swivel range may be seriously injured.

„ Do not lower the mowers until you are absolutely sure that neither people, animals nor objects are in the swivel range of the mowers.

ü The circuit is closed (LED on main battery switch is lit),

see Page 217

.

ü

The main mode switch is in the “field mode” position, see Page 97

.

„

Start the engine, see Page 207 .

Operating all mowers simultaneously

„ To fold out all mowers from the transport position into the headland position, press the release button, subsequently press the "Lower/Fold out all mowers simultaneously" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ To lower all mowers, press the "Lower/Fold out all mowers simultaneously" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ Fold down the side guards of the front mounted mower,

see Page 227

„ Make sure the side guards of the side mounted mowers have been folded down automatically; if not, set the locking,

see Page 243

.

„ Connect the guard cloths "front" and "side guard" using the turnlock fastener.

„ To fold in all mowers from the headland position into the transport position,

„ loosen the turnlock fasteners of the guard cloth "front" and "side guard".

„ Press the release button, subsequently press the "Raise/Fold in all mowers simultaneously" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ Make sure the side guards of the side mounted mowers have been folded up automatically;

if not, set the locking, see Page 243 .

„

Fold up the side guards of the front mounted mowers, see Page 227 .

„ To raise all mowers, press the "Raise/Fold in all mowers simultaneously" key on the control lever,

see Page 93 .

Raising/lowering the front mower

„ To lower the front mounted mower, press the "Lower front mounted mower" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ Fold down the side guards of the front mounted mower,

see Page 227

„ To raise the front mounted mower, press the "Raise front mounted mower" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„

Fold up the side guards of the front mounted mowers, see Page 227 .

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Field Mode 14.1

Moving the front mounted mower to the side (for "Hydraulic front mounted mower side shift" version)

„ To move the front mounted mower to the left, press the "Front mounted mower left" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ To move the front mounted mower to the right, press the "Front mounted mower right" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

Operating the right side mounted mower

„ To fold out the right side mounted mower from the transport position into the headland position, press the release button, subsequently press the "Lower/Fold out right side

mounted mower" key on the control lever, see Page 93 .

„ To lower the right side mounted mower, press the "Lower/Fold out right side mounted mower" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ Make sure the side guard of the side mounted mowers has been folded down automatically;

if not, set the locking, see Page 243 .

„ Connect the guard cloths "front" and "side guard" using the turnlock fastener.

„ To fold in the right side mounted mower from the headland position into the transport position,

„ loosen the turnlock fasteners of the guard cloth "front" and "side guard".

„ Press the release button, subsequently press the "Raise/Fold in right side mounted mower" key on the control lever,

see Page 93 .

„ Make sure the side guard of the side mounted mowers has been folded up automatically; if

not, set the locking, see Page 243 .

„ To raise the right side mounted mower, press the "Raise/Fold in right side mounted mower"

key on the control lever, see Page 93 .

Operating the left side mounted mower

„ To fold out the left side mounted mower from the transport position into the headland position, press the release button, subsequently press the "Lower/Fold out left side mounted mower" key on the control lever,

see Page 93

.

„ To lower the left side mounted mower, press the "Lower/Fold out left side mounted mower"

key on the control lever, see Page 93 .

„ Make sure the side guard of the side mounted mowers has been folded down automatically;

if not, set the locking, see Page 243 .

„ Connect the guard cloths "front" and "side guard" using the turnlock fastener.

„ To fold in the left side mounted mower from the headland position into the transport position,

„ loosen the turnlock fasteners of the guard cloth "front" and "side guard".

„ Press the release button, subsequently press the "Raise/Fold in left side mounted mower" key on the control lever,

see Page 93 .

„ Make sure the side guard of the side mounted mowers has been folded up automatically; if

not, set the locking, see Page 243 .

„ To raise the left side mounted mower, press the "Raise/Fold in left side mounted mower"

key on the control lever, see Page 93 .

14.1.4

Fast change of direction of travel (fast reversing)

During fast reversing, the machine decelerates to a standstill and accelerates in the opposite direction to 70% of the previous driving speed.

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14.1

Field Mode

Fast reversing is possible in field mode only.

14.1.5

BMG000-007

ü The main mode switch is in the "field mode" position.

To activate fast reversing:

„ While driving, press and hold down the activation key for the traction drive (2), move the control lever (1) to the left and back to the central position.

Switching the mower drive on and off

ü The circuit is closed (LED on main battery switch is lit),

see Page 217

.

ü

The engine is started, see Page 207 .

ü The Main Mode Switch is in the "field mode" position,

see Page 97 .

ü

All the mowers are in the headland position, see Page 224 .

ü The side guards are folded down,

see Page 95 and

see Page 227 .

„ To check the operating state of the mower drives, observe the LED at top left on the

respective key, see Page 95

.

For more detailed information on the keypad see

see Page 95

.

Switching all mower drives on or off

„ To switch on all mower drives, first press and then on the keypad.

„ To switch off all mower drives press the key on the keypad.

Switching the front drive on or off

„ To switch on the front drive, first press and then on the keypad.

„ To switch off the front drive press on the keypad.

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14.2

Operation 14

Folding up/folding down side guards 14.2

Switching the right/left mower drives on or off

„ To switch on the left mower drive, first press and on the keypad.

„ To switch off the left mower drive press on the keypad.

„ To switch on the right mower drive, first press and on the keypad.

„ To switch off the right mower drive press on the keypad.

Folding up/folding down side guards

For the "Series" version

Front mounted mowers

2

1

1

4

3

BMG000-040

ü The front mounted mower is in working position,

see Page 93 .

ü

The machine has been shut down and secured, see Page 31

.

Folding up side guard (transport position)

„ Open the turnlock fasteners (3).

„ In order to unlock the side guard (1), press down the ratchet by means of a screwdriver (2).

„ Fold up the side guard (1) until the side guard engages in the latch.

Folding down side guard (working position)

„ To fold down the side guard (1), pull the side guard out of the latch while the locking is (4) pulled and fold it down.

„ Secure the guard cloths by means of the turnlock fasteners (3).

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14.2

Folding up/folding down side guards

Side mounted mowers

The side guards of the side mounted mowers fold up and down automatically when folding the mowers up and down.

„ Before the side mounted movers are folded into the transport position, release the turnlock fasteners on the guard cloths.

„ After folding the side mounted mowers into the working position, close the turnlock fasteners on the guard cloths.

„ Make sure that the side guards on the side mounted mowers have folded automatically into the transport position and have also folded down automatically into the working position,

see

Page 205

.

For the version with "Hydraulically foldable side guards"

The side guards on the front mounted mower and the side mounted mowers are folded up and down hydraulically.

WARNING

Crush hazard caused by lowering the loading side guards

While the hydraulic side guard is being lowered there is a crush hazard between the side guard and the top guard sheet .

„ Make certain while the hydraulic side guard is being lowered that there are no persons remaining in the danger zone.

1

1 2 1

2

BMG000-046

Folding up side guards into transport position

„ Open the turnlock fasteners (2).

„ To fold up the side guards (1), actuate the "Fold up side guards" key,

see Page 95

.

Folding down side guards into working position

„

To fold own the side guards (1), press the "Fold down side guards" key see Page 95

.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Secure the guard cloths using the turnlock fasteners (2).

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14.3

Operation 14

Front guard 14.3

Automatic folding up/down of the side guards

WARNING! Risk of injury from automatic fold-up and fold-down of the side guards! When pressing the keys "Raise/fold in all mowers simultaneously" and "Lower/fold down all mowers simultaneously", ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone of the machine.

„ Before the mowers are folded into transport position, make sure that the turnlock fasteners on the guard cloths are open.

• If the key "Raise/fold in all mowers simultaneously" is actuated and the release button has already been pressed, the side guards will automatically fold up as of the headland position,

see Page 95

.

• If the "Lower/fold down all mowers simultaneously" key is pressed and the release button has already been pressed, the side guards fold down automatically as of the headland position,

see Page 95

.

Front guard

WARNING

Risk of injury due to objects being flung out

If the front guard/side guard is folded up during work, objects may be flung out. As a result, people may be seriously injured.

„ Fold down the front guard/side guard.

„ Connect the guard cloths of the front guard and the side guard using the turnlock fasteners.

14.3.1

Folding up the front guard

The front guard can be folded up for repair and maintenance.

This is described below using the example of the side mounted mower; the procedure for the front mounted mower is identical.

2

3

4

1

KMG000-006

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Open the turnlock fasteners (3).

„ To fold up the front guard (1), press the catch with a screwdriver (2) and fold up the front guard.

„ Fix the front guard (1) in place with the wedge (4).

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14.4

Operating support jack

14.3.2

Fold down the front guard

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

14.4

KMG000-082

„ Hold the front guard (1) firmly in place and push the wedge (4) upwards.

„ Fold down the front guard (1).

„ Ensure that the front guard (1) is engaged in the lock (2) on the right and left sides of the machine.

„ Close the turnlock fasteners (3).

Operating support jack

For the version with “support jack”

INFO

In order to increase the base of the support jack when the ground is soft, use a suitable support.

14.4.1

Moving support jack into transport position

230

1

2

1

2

KMG000-065

„ Raise the machine via front hydraulics until the support jack (2) can be inserted.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

WARNING! Crush hazard due to the support jack! Keep hands and feet out of the danger zone of the support jack.

„ Pull the tension bar (1), insert the support jack (2) and lock it with the tension bar (1).

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PowerSplit 14.5

14.4.2

Moving support jack into support position

14.5

2

1

1

2

KMG000-064

„ Raise the machine via front hydraulics until the support jack (2) can be lowered.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

WARNING! Crush hazard due to the support jack! Keep hands and feet out of the danger zone of the support jack.

„ Pull the tension bar (1), lower the support jack (2) and lock it with the tension bar (1).

PowerSplit

The PowerSplit is used to increase the efficiency of the machine. The continuous engine performance is adjusted to the application conditions and therefore helps to optimise the fuel consumption.

The PowerSplit automatically switches between ECO-Power and M-Power, depending on the speed of the diesel engine.

ECO-Power automatically switches to M-Power if the engine speed drops below 1550 rpm during mowing.

M-Power automatically switches to ECO-Power when the engine speed exceeds 1550 rpm again and the engine load is above the switchover load (factory basic setting 80%).

M-Power always switches back to ECO-Power mode abruptly as soon as the engine is relieved to the necessary extent.

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14.6

Operating SectionControl

EQ003-141

Setting the PowerSplit:

„ In the main menu -> Menu Engine -> Submenu "Diesel engine settings" set the status of the

"PowerSplit" to "Discontinuous switchover" or "Continuous switchover".

In the case of discontinuous switchover, the switchover occurs abruptly at the set rotational speed.

In the case of continuous switchover, the switchover occurs continuously and starts 100 rpm before the set rotational speed.

14.6

EQ003-143

Following activation of the PowerSplit, the indicator lamp on the terminal is lit for the engine management (1) or for the automatic switchover of the engine management.

As soon as the "ECO/M-Power" key for manual ECO-Power/M-Power switchover is pressed on the keypad, the automatic operation of the PowerSplit is interrupted and the selected engine characteristic ECO-Power or M-Power is retained.

Operating SectionControl

With "SectionControl" version

ü In the Cabin "Control lever" menu, SectionControl is allocated to one of the memory keys on the control lever.

ü SectionControl is activated; see Machine "Electronics, E-solutions, activated add-ons" menu.

ü All settings are correct,

see Page 177

.

ü SectionControl is activated in the CCI terminal.

ü

The main mode switch is in the "field mode" position, see Page 97

.

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Operating SectionControl 14.6

ü

The mowers are in headland position or working position, see Page 93 .

ü At least one mower drive has been switched on,

see Page 95

ü The machine is at a standstill or moves forwards.

„ On the control lever, press the memory key that has SectionControl allocated.

ð The status of SectionControl is shown in the status line in the terminal of the machine,

see Page 116

.

„ Start up the machine,

see Page 209

.

Æ The mowers are automatically raised and lowered via SectionControl.

SectionControl is switched off automatically as soon as there is a manual intervention in mower control (for example raising/lowering the mowers or switching the mower drives on/off).

Recommended procedure

• Create a new job.

• Mow the headland with the machine.

• Draw in the field boundaries.

• Use SectionControl automatic.

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15.1

Setting in the terminal

15 Settings

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

15.1

15.1.1

Setting in the terminal

Manual settings

In the menu mowing functions "Manual operation" manual settings can be made to the mowers.

234

EQ002-224

ü The menu mowing functions "Manual operation" has been opened.

• The left side mounted mower is manually operated in the display range (1).

• The front mounted mower is manually operated in the display range (2).

• The right side mounted mower is manually operated in the display range (3).

„ To increase the cutting height, press .

„ To reduce the cutting height, press .

„ To release the ratchet, press .

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Setting in the terminal 15.1

„ To lock the ratchet, press .

„ To release the pendulum stop, press .

„ To lock the pendulum stop, press .

15.1.2

Setting cutting height

The cutting height can be adjusted to different ground conditions. The menu mowing functions

"Cutting height, Cutting height" can be used to change two cutting heights for the mowers and to store them.

Save cutting height 1 and cutting height 2

ü The menu mowing functions "Cutting height, Cutting height" has been opened.

EQ002-087

The current cutting height for all mowers is shown in the display range (3).

„ To change the values for each mowing unit, press change the values for each mowing unit.

. Then use or

„ To change the values for all mowing units proportionally, press

to change the values for all mowing units.

. Then use

„ To change the values for cutting height 1, press

Æ The values are accepted then in the display range (1).

.

„ To change the values for cutting height 2, press

Æ The values are accepted then in the display range (2).

.

„ To activate the values in display ranges (1) or (2) press, .

to

or

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15.1

Setting in the terminal

INFO

In order to obtain an optimum crop flow the cutterbar should always be inclined slightly forwards. If, however, a higher cut is required:

„ For version with "High-cut skids"

: Mount high-cut skids, front mounted mower, see

Page 239 , side mounted mowers,

see Page 249 .

15.1.3

Setting the mower relief

The mower load relief adjusts the ground pressure of the cutter bar to the local conditions. In order to protect the sward the load on the cutter bar must be relieved so that it does not jump when mowing, yet does not leave any skid marks on the ground.

The "Mower load relief, relief" menu displays the current mower load relief and it is possible to store 2 settings for the mower load relief.

ü The "Mowing functions" menu has been opened.

Saving mower relief 1 and mower relief 2

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EQ002-088

• The first value of the mower relief is displayed and saved in display range (1).

• The second value of the mower relief is displayed and saved in display range (2).

• The current mower relief of all mowers is displayed and saved in display range (3).

„ To change the values for each mowing unit, press change the values for each mowing unit.

. Then use or to

„ To change the values for all mowing units proportionally, press

to change the values for all mowing units.

. Then use

„ To save the values for mower relief 1, press .

Æ The values are accepted then in the display range (1).

„ Press to save the values for mower relief 2.

Æ The values are accepted then in the display range (2).

„ To save the values in the display ranges (1) or (2), press .

or

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15.2

15.2.1

Settings 15

Settings on front mounted mower 15.2

Settings on front mounted mower

Setting the side guards on the front mounted mower

BMG000-029

The protective equipment can be adapted to harvesting conditions by adjusting the guards. In order to avoid that crop stalks bend because the guards are too low, set the guards higher. To avoid that stones are slung away when the crops are low, set the guards lower.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Fold up the side guards (1),

see Page 227

.

„ Loosen the screws (4).

„ Use the console (3) to adjust the height of the side guard (1).

„ Tighten the screws (4).

Readjusting the front guard support

2

1

3

BMG000-035

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15.2

Settings on front mounted mower

After the side guards have been adjusted, the two front guard supports must be readjusted. To do this:

„ Loosen the screws (3) on both front guard supports (2).

„ Adjust the two front guard supports (2) with the oblong holes (1) so that the front guard is supported.

„ Tighten the screws (3) on both front guard supports.

15.2.2

Set conditioner speed

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BM000-199

Two conditioner speeds can be set on the belt drive of the front mounted mower. This affects the conditioning effect and the power requirement.

Maximum rotational speed: 1000 rpm (inner belt pulleys (1): large belt pulley on top, small belt pulley on bottom)

Minimum rotational speed: 700 rpm (outer belt pulleys (2): small belt pulley on top, large belt pulley on bottom)

ü The front mounted mower is in working position,

see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The guard for the conditioner drive is dismounted, see Page 298 .

„ To set the conditioner speed to 700 rpm, tension the kraftband (5) on the two outer pulleys

(2). To do this:

„

Release the tension on the belt drive on the front mounted mower, see Page 301 .

„ Position the kraftband (5) on the two outer pulleys (2).

„

Tension the belt drive on the front mounted mower, see Page 301 .

„ To set the conditioner speed of the front mounted mower to 1000 rpm, tension the kraftband

(5) on the two inner pulleys (1). To do this:

„

Release the tension on the belt drive on the front mounted mower, see Page 301 .

„ Position the kraftband (5) on the two inner pulleys (2).

„

Tension the belt drive on the front mounted mower, see Page 301 .

„

Mount the guard for the conditioner drive, see Page 298 .

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15.2.3

Setting the degree of conditioning

Settings 15

Settings on front mounted mower 15.2

15.2.4

KMG000-066

The degree of conditioning can be changed by adjusting the conditioning sheet using the lever

(1).

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Adjust the lever (1).

Æ In direction " + ": The distance between the tines and the conditioning sheet is reduced. The degree of conditioning is increased.

Æ In direction " ": The distance between the tines and the conditioning sheet is increased. The degree of conditioning is reduced.

Increasing cutting height at front mounted mower with high-cut skids

For version with “high-cut skids”

15.2.5

KMG000-025

The cutting height can be increased by means of high cut skids. Mount high cut skids according to figure under the cutting discs or under the mower drum.

ü The front mounted mower is raised,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The front mounted mower has been securely supported,

see Page 31 .

„ Insert the high-cut skid (2) into the sliding skid (1) and screw it in place.

Setting wide spreading

Removing the swath flap sets the crop down more widely.

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15.2

Settings on front mounted mower

15.2.6

BM000-218

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

Removing and mounting swath flaps right/left

Removing swath flaps

„ Pull the spring cotter pin (5) and remove the bolt (1).

„ Unscrew the ring screw (3).

„ Remove the swath flap (4) and store it with the mounting parts in a secure place for later assembly.

Mounting swath flaps

„ Mount the swath flap (4) with the bolt (1), the spring cotter pin (5) and the ring screw (3) on the hood (2).

Setting swath width

240

1

BMG000-032

ü The front mounted mower is in working position,

see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Unscrew the ring screw (1) on the right-hand and left-hand side of the machine.

„ To set the swath width, move the ring screw (1) in the oblong hole. Set the swath width in a way that ensures the tyres of the machine do not drive over the swath.

„ Tighten the ring screw (1) by hand.

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15.2.7

Checking deflector sheets

Settings 15

Settings on front mounted mower 15.2

15.2.8

BM000-219

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The swath flaps right/left are dismounted, see Page 240

„ In case of uneven swathing, check that the deflector sheets (1) are not deformed and align them, if necessary.

Setting the lifting height at the front mounted mower

To change the lifting height, the top link (3) can be attached in two positions on the front mowing unit.

BM000-141

The lower position (I) of the top link is the standard setting.

The upper position (II) of the top link increases the ground clearance of the raised front mowing unit. This setting can be used for running over extremely heavy swaths.

Changing the position of the top link

ü

The front mounted mower is placed on the ground and securely supported, see Page 31

or with "Parking support" version : The machine is placed on the parking support,

see

Page 230

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Remove the linch pin (1).

„ Remove the bolt (2).

„ To depressurise the top link (3), follow the instructions at the terminal for depressurisation in the "Decouple front mounted mower" menu,

see Page 183

.

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15.3

Settings on the side mounted mowers

„ Position the top link and secure it with a bolt (2) and linch pin (1).

„ Set the parameter KMC-60 "Top link position" in the terminal in the mowing functions menu

"Cutting height settings".

„ Calibrate the mower load relief,

see Page 463

.

15.3

Settings on the side mounted mowers

15.3.1

Setting the side guards on the side mounted mowers

242

KMG000-078

The protective equipment can be adapted to harvesting conditions by adjusting the guards. In order to avoid that crop stalks bend because the guards are too low, set the guards higher. To avoid that stones are slung away when the crops are low, set the guards lower.

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

Setting the side guard (1)

„ Press down the ratchet using a screwdriver (8) and fold up the side guard (1).

„ Loosen the screws (4).

„ Set the height of the side guard (1) by means of the console (5).

„ Tighten the screws (4).

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Settings on the side mounted mowers 15.3

Setting the side guard (2)

„ Fold up the front guard (3),

see Page 229

.

„ Loosen the screws (6).

„ Set the height of the side guard (2) by means of the console (7).

„ Tighten the screws (6).

„ Set both side guards equally.

Readjusting the front guard support

2

1

15.3.2

3

BMG000-035

After the side guards have been adjusted, the front guard support must be readjusted. To do this:

„ Loosen the screws (3) on the front guard support (2).

„ Adjust the front guard support (2) with the oblong holes (1) so that the front guard is supported.

„ Tighten the screws (3).

Checking/setting locking of side guards

KMG000-042

The locking (2) prevents during use that the side guard (1) is folded up and foreign bodies are slung away. Therefore make sure every time before using the machine that the side guard (1) of the machine is folded down and secured by the locking (2).

Check the lock

„

Bring the machine into working position, see Page 224 .

ð If the side guard folds down, the side guard has been correctly adjusted.

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ð If the side guard does not fold down, the locking must be adjusted.

„ Move the machine to the transport position.

ð If the side guard folds down, the side guard is correctly adjusted.

ð If the side guard does not fold down, the lock must be adjusted.

Setting the locking

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Loosen the screw connection (3).

„ Readjust the locking (2) in the oblong hole.

„ Tighten the screw connection (3).

„ Check the locking (2).

15.3.3

Setting the conditioner speed

KMG000-040

Two conditioner speeds can be set on the main gearbox. These influence the effect of the conditioner and the power requirement.

Minimum rotational speed ( ): 700 rpm

15.3.4

Maximum rotational speed ( ): 1000 rpm

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

„ Unscrew the wing screw (1) from the actuating lever (2).

„ Turn the actuating lever (2) 180 degrees.

INFO: To turn the actuating lever more easily, turn the mower drum manually.

„ Secure the actuating lever (2) with the wing screw (1).

The arrow (3) points in the direction of travel and indicates the rotational speed that is set.

Setting the auger speed

244

With version "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

The auger speed can be set by replacing the pulleys and adjusting the conditioner speed at the

main gearbox, see Page 244 .

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Settings on the side mounted mowers 15.3

The following options are available for setting the auger speed:

NOTICE

Machine damage due to an excessively high auger speed

An excessively high auger speed can result in imbalance and thus damage the machine.

„ Never set the conditioner speed to 1000 rpm if the large pulley is mounted at the conditioner and the small pulley is mounted at the auger conveyor.

Auger speed low high high

Conditioner speed main gearbox

700 rpm

700 rpm

1000 rpm

Pulley at conditioner Pulley at auger conveyor small pulley large pulley large pulley small pulley small pulley large pulley

Replacing pulleys

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The guard for the auger drive is dismounted, see Page 299 .

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

BM000-275

„ To dismount the support (1), unscrew the two screws (2) and the discs.

„ To dismount the support (3), unscrew the two screws (4) and the discs.

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Settings on the side mounted mowers

Dismounting belt pulleys

1

2

3

4

BM000-273

„

Relieve the kraftband (1) of the auger drive, see Page 304 .

„ Remove the kraftband (1).

„ NOTE! Damage to the sensor due to carelessness when working on the pulley! When mounting and dismounting the pulleys, ensure that the sensor behind the pulley is not damaged.

Carry out the following steps for both belt pulleys:

„ Unscrew the hexagon head screw (2), the detent edged washer (3) and the washer (4).

3

1

2

4

BM000-481

„ Unscrew the threaded pins (4).

„ Oil one of the threaded pins (4) and screw into the forcing borehole (3) until the Taperlock clamping bushing is detached from the belt pulley and the belt pulley moves freely on the shaft.

„ Remove the belt pulley (1) with the Taperlock clamping bushing (2) from the shaft.

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Mounting the belt pulleys

2

1

3

5

6

7

4

BM000-482

Pos.

(A)

(B)

(C)

1

1

Quantity

1

Designation Material surface

Zn8

Dacromet

ZN8 A

Strength class

8.8

Hexagon head screw M10 x 25

Detent edged washer SKM 10

Disc 14 x 58

Carry out the following steps for both belt pulleys:

„ Clean and grease the borehole of the belt pulley (1).

„ Clean and grease all blank surfaces such as borehole and cone surface of the Taperlock clamping bushing.

„ Clean and grease the shaft.

„ Insert the fit-in key (3) into the groove of the shaft.

„ Insert the Taperlock clamping bushing (2) into the borehole of the belt pulley (1).

„ Position the Taperlock clamping bushing (2) so that the half blind holes of the Taperlock clamping bushing and the half threaded holes of the belt pulley are adjoined.

„ Oil both threaded pins (4) and mount loosely.

„ Push the belt pulley (1), depending on the required speed, onto the respective shaft.

„ Position the belt pulleys (1) so that the belt pulleys are aligned with each other.

„ Tighten the threaded pins (4) to a tightening torque of M

A

=48 Nm.

„ Check the alignment of both belt pulleys by placing a straight bar centrally on the left and right belt pulley.

„ If the belt pulleys are not in alignment, loosen the threaded pins (4) again, adjust the position of the belt pulleys and tighten the threaded pins (4) to a tightening torque of

M

A

=48 Nm.

„ Mount the hexagon head screw (5) (A) with the detent edged washer (6) (B) and the washer (7) (C).

„ Position the kraftband on the belt pulleys.

„ Check whether the tension roll is positioned centrally on the kraftband.

ð The tension roll is not positioned centrally on the kraftband.

„ Use washers to compensate the position of the tension roll.

ð The tension roll is positioned centrally on the kraftband.

„

Tension the belt tension of the auger drive, see Page 304 .

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15.3.5

BM000-275

„ Mount the support (1) using the previously dismounted screws (2) and discs.

„ Mount the support (3) using the previously dismounted screws (4) and discs.

„

Mount the guard of the auger conveyor drive, see Page 299 .

Adjusting the scraper sheet

For version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

The scraper sheet (1) on the auger tray (right and left) is used to strip off the crop stalks in order to prevent crop blockages in the area of the auger conveyor.

2

X 1

1

2

3

BM000-122

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü The swath hoods are open,

see Page 95

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

For an overview of the tightening torques, see Page 262 .

To achieve optimum working results, a dimension of X= 0-2 mm between auger conveyor (2) and scraper sheet (1) must be maintained.

„ Wear suitable protective gloves,

see Page 22 .

„ Loosen the screws (3).

„ Move the scraper sheet (1) in the oblong holes until the dimension between the scraper sheet (1) and the auger conveyor (2) is X= 0‑2 mm .

„ Tighten the screws (3).

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Settings 15

Settings on the side mounted mowers 15.3

WARNING! Risk of injury due to manual rotation of the auger conveyor. Even a slow manual rotation of the auger conveyor can shear off limbs! Never rotate the auger conveyor manually! Move the auger conveyor only with a slow manual rotation of the mower drum. Ensure that limbs are away from the danger point as long as the auger conveyor is rotating.

„ Manually rotate the mower drum to advance the auger conveyor (2) by one revolution.

„ Ensure that the distance X= 0 ... 2 mm between the scraper sheet (1) and the auger conveyor (2) is reached.

Setting the degree of conditioning

15.3.7

KMG000-066

The degree of conditioning can be changed by adjusting the conditioning sheet using the lever

(1).

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

Increasing the cutting height at the side mounted mowers by means of high-cut skids

For version with “high-cut skids”

INFO

By converting the side mounted mowers to other skids (high-cut skids, combi skids), the machine is more than 3 m wide. Based on national regulations, machines, which are wider than 3 m, require special approval in some countries to be driven on the roads. Such an approval may have to be obtained.

KMG000-025

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Settings on the side mounted mowers

The cutting height can be increased by means of high cut skids. Mount high cut skids according to figure under the cutting discs or under the mower drum.

ü

The mowers are in the headland position, see Page 93

.

ü The mowers are safely supported,

see Page 31

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Insert the high-cut skid (2) into the sliding skid (1) and screw it in place.

15.3.8

Setting wide spreading

I

3

1

5 2

2 3

KMG000-100

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Loosen the ring screws (1) but do not unscrew them.

„ Swivel the swath flaps (2) all the way outwards (I).

„ Tighten the ring screws (1).

For version with "Deflector sheets"

Depending on the operating conditions, the deflector sheets (3) may have to be readjusted to provide for equal distribution across the entire area.

„ Loosen the palm knobs (5).

„ Shift deflector sheets (3) to the desired position.

„ Tighten the palm knobs (5) manually.

„ Ensure that the palm knobs are tightened as tight as possible. Otherwise they may be lost due to vibrations.

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Setting wide spreading sheet

Settings 15

Settings on the side mounted mowers 15.3

KM000-028

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Loosen the palm knobs (1) on right and left sides of machine.

„ Move the wide spreading sheet (2) to the desired position.

For swathing, set the wide spreading sheet all the way down.

For wide spreading, adjust the wide spreading sheet to the amount of forage.

„ Tighten the palm knobs (1) manually.

„ Ensure that the palm knobs are tightened as tight as possible. Otherwise they may be lost due to vibrations.

15.3.10

Impact damage protection system

WARNING

Risk of accident due to changed driving behaviour

If the value for the spring on the impact damage protection system is changed, the trigger moment of the impact damage protection system also changes. As a result, the impact damage protection system may trigger in the transport position in case of abrupt loads and the driving behaviour may change. This can lead to accidents.

„ Never change the value for the spring on the impact damage protection system.

The side mounted mowers are equipped with a so-called impact damage protection system in order to prevent damage when driving into obstacles. After the impact damage protection system has been triggered, the side mounted mower swivels back. Reversing the side mounted mower causes the impact damage protection system to engage again.

The trigger moment has been set at the factory.

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Settings on the side mounted mowers

1

X

BM000-335

Setting dimension for the spring (1) on the impact damage protection system:

X = 90 mm

15.3.11

Dismounting the bottom flap

With version "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

To prevent blockages in the feed channel chamber in rocky ground, the bottom flaps (1) can be dismounted.

252

BM000-226

Removal

ü The side mounted mowers are in transport position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Loosen the screw connections (2).

„ Open the bottom flap (1) and detach it upwards.

Store the dismounted bottom flaps in a safe place for later mounting.

Installation

ü The side mounted mowers are in transport position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Attach the bottom flap (1).

„ Close the bottom flap and tighten the screw connections (2).

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Maintenance - General Information

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

WARNING

Risk of injury during trial run of the machine

If a trial run is conducted after repairs, maintenance, cleaning work or technical adjustments, the machine could respond unpredictably. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

ü The machine is in working position.

„ Make certain there are no persons in the danger zone when the engine and mower drive start.

„ Start the trial run of the machine from the driver’s seat only.

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to incorrectly performed or unfinished maintenance work

If maintenance work is not carried out by qualified personnel, the machine could be damaged.

A qualified service centre has the required technical knowledge, qualifications and tools to perform the required work on the machine in a proper manner. This applies in particular to safety-relevant work.

„ Always have the following work performed by a qualified specialist workshop:

- Safety-relevant work

- Service and maintenance work

-Repair work

- Modifications as well as installations and conversions

- Working on electronic parts

„ This chapter does not list all the necessary maintenance work of the engine. It is necessary to observe the maintenance instructions of engine manufacturer. The maintenance instructions are available at each qualified specialist workshop having access to the Workshop Information System (WIS) or after having participated in motor training at KRONE premises.

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16.1

Maintenance table

16.1

Maintenance table

16.1.1

Maintenance – Before the season

Hydraulic system

Check hydraulic tank oil level

Check hydraulic hoses

see Page 341

see Page 344

Gearbox oil level check

Input gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 354

Main gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 355

Main gearbox side mounted mower left/right

see Page 356

Cutterbar

Transfer gearbox

Wheel hub gearbox front/rear

see Page 316

see Page 352

see Page 357

Engine

If engine openings were covered, remove the covers

Change engine oil

Check coolant level

Check the coolant hoses for leaks

Clean/replace air filter

Check entire engine piping for condition, attachment, leak tightness, soiling and damage and repair if required.

Take measures to start up and start the engine following shutdown of the engine.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

see Page 278 see Page 278

see Page 282

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

see Page 283

Mowing units

Change/replace blades

Check/replace mowing discs/mower drum

Check/replace retaining bolts

Check guard cloths

Tighten screws / nuts

Vent friction clutch

Air conditioning/heating

Change receiver-dryer unit

see Page 312

see Page 495

Check retaining bolts and, if required, have them replaced by authorized specialists,

see

Page 492

.

see Page 320

see Page 262

see Page 321

To be performed by an authorised technician only

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Electrical system

Clean battery

see Page 346

Check the charge state of the batteries and recharge, if required.

see Page 347

Check the electrical connection cables and, if necessary, have them repaired or changed by a KRONE service partner

Wheels / tyres

Visually inspect tyres for cuts and breaks

Check tyre pressure

see Page 294 see Page 294

Fire extinguisher

Maintain fire extinguisher

see Page 296

General maintenance work

Ensure that all bolts and cotter pins are mounted

Check all screws/nuts to make certain they are tight and retighten them, if necessary

Tighten the screw connections on the central support/chassis

Lubricate the machine according to the lubrication chart

Check the lighting

see Page 295

see Page 329

16.1.2

Maintenance – After the season

General maintenance work

Clean the machine

Park the machine in a weatherproof and dry location which is not in close proximity to corrosive substances

Set the tyre pressure to the maximum permitted value

Protect the tyres against external influences such as oil, grease or direct sunlight

see Page 265

see Page 294

Lubricate the machine according to the lubrication chart. Then leave the machine running until a grease circle has formed on the outside of the bearing positions. Do not wipe off this grease as it offers additional protection against moisture.

see Page 326

Grease the threads of the setting screws

Release the springs

Lubricate the bolts on the locks on the left/ right side mounted mowers.

Grease the uncoated piston rods of all hydraulic cylinders and insert as far as possible

see Page 205 .

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Maintenance table

General maintenance work

Lightly coat with oil all those lever joints and bearing positions which cannot be lubricated

Touch up damaged paint and preserve uncoated areas with rust protection agent

Check that all moveable components move freely. If required, dismount, clean, grease and remount.

Lubricating universal shafts

see Page 326

Take measures to shutdown the diesel engine.

see Page 283

Rear axle for front wheel drive

Check hub bearings for wear and play To be performed by an authorised technician only,

see Page 481

.

16.1.3

Maintenance - once after 1 hour

Wheels / tyres

Retighten wheel nuts on the front/rear wheels

see Page 295

16.1.4

Maintenance – 6 times after every 10 hours

Tyres

Tighten the wheel nuts on front wheels/rear wheels

see Page 295

16.1.5

Maintenance - Once after 50 hours

Oil change in gearbox

Input gearbox on front mounted mower

Main gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 354

see Page 355

Main gearbox side mounted mower left/right

see Page 356

Wheel hub gearbox front/rear

see Page 357

Transfer gearbox

see Page 352

Engine

Check that the tightening torque of the catalytic converter profile clamps is correct.

General maintenance work

Re-adjust the transport lock

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

see Page 296

16.1.6

Maintenance – Once after 500 hours

Engine

Check the intake and exhaust gas system for condition, attachment and leaks.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

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Electrical system

Check the batteries and cable connections.

Check the state of the sensors, actuators, cable holders and plugs.

Oil change in gearbox

Wheel hub gearbox front/rear

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

see Page 357

16.1.7

Maintenance – Once after 1,000 km

Rear axle for front wheel drive

Check hub bearings for wear and play To be performed by an authorised technician only,

see Page 481

.

16.1.8

Maintenance – at the beginning of the cold season

Cooling system (engine)

Check corrosion and frost protection concentration in the coolant

see Page 277

16.1.9

Maintenance - Every 10 hours, but at least once a day

Engine

Clean engine compartment

Visual inspection of the entire engine piping for condition, attachment, leak tightness, soiling and damage.

Check engine oil level

Check coolant level

Check the water separator on the fuel prefilter and drain water if required.

Check urea fill level

Check fuel level

see Page 268

see Page 279

see Page 269

see Page 278

see Page 271

see Page 136 ,

see Page 274

see Page 136 ,

see Page 272

Gearbox oil level check

Input gearbox on front mounted mower

Main gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 354

see Page 355

Main gearbox side mounted mower left/right

see Page 356

Cutterbar

see Page 316

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Maintenance table

Mowing units

Change/replace blades

Check/replace mowing discs/mower drum

Check/replace retaining bolts

Check guard cloths

Tighten screws / nuts

Cabin

Clean fresh air filter

Top up windshield washer system

Check indicator lamps

Check lighting function

Check lighting function

Air conditioning/heating

Clean capacitor

Central lubrication

Check filling level of reservoir

General maintenance work

Clean the entire machine

Check the fire extinguishers

Tyres

Visually check tyres for cuts and breaks

Rear axle for front wheel drive

Check hub covers for damage and that they are secure

see Page 312

see Page 495

Check retaining bolts and, if required, have them replaced by authorized specialists,

see

Page 492

.

see Page 320

see Page 262

see Page 289

see Page 285

see Page 208

see Page 84 see Page 84

see Page 290

see Page 338

see Page 265

see Page 296

see Page 294

see Page 292

16.1.10

Maintenance - Every 50 hours

Wheels / tyres

Retighten wheel nuts on the front/rear wheels

see Page 295

Check tyre pressure

see Page 294

Engine

Drain water and sediments in the fuel tank.

Cleaning air filter

Clean dust discharge valve of air filter

see Page 270

see Page 282

see Page 283

16.1.11

Maintenance - every 100 hours

Cabin

Clean circulation filter

see Page 289

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Air conditioning/heating

Check refrigerant condition and filling quantity

(dryer)

see Page 288

General maintenance work

Lubricate the machine according to the lubrication chart

see Page 326

Universal shafts

Lubricate universal shafts

see Page 326

16.1.12

Maintenance - every 250 hours

Oil change in gearbox

Input gearbox on front mounted mower

Main gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 354

see Page 355

Main gearbox side mounted mower left/right

see Page 356

Drive belt

Check/adjust drive belt conditioner drive front mounted mower

For version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood" Checking/setting drive belt auger drive

see Page 292 see Page 292

,

,

see Page 301

see Page 303

Check drive belt front mower

Check drive belt side mounted mowers right/ left

Check/adjust cooler sieve belt

see Page 292 see Page 292 see Page 292 ,

see Page 294

Check/adjust drive belt fan drive and exhaust

see Page 292 ,

see Page 293

Retighten screws

Check screws of the steering cylinder

Check screws of the axial track rods.

see Page 291

Air conditioning/heating

Check collector

see Page 287

Fire extinguisher

Maintain fire extinguisher

Universal shafts

Lubricate universal shafts

see Page 296

see Page 326

16.1.13

Maintenance - Every 500 hours

Hydraulic system

Change hydraulic oil in the hydraulic oil tank

see Page 341

Change return suction filter

see Page 343

Change high-pressure filter working hydraulics

see Page 344

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16.1

Maintenance table

Engine

Check engine oil level.

Check belt drive and change it if required

Check that the tightening torque of the catalytic converter profile clamps is correct.

Check coolant level

Clean dust discharge valve of air filter

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

Check entire engine piping for condition, attachment, leak tightness, soiling and damage and repair if required.

Drain condensation water from the water separator of the fuel prefilter.

Change fuel prefilter with water separator.

see Page 271

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

see Page 278

see Page 283

Electrical system

Check the state of the control unit bearing.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

Drive belt

Check the belt tension of all drive belts.

Cabin

Replace the fresh air filter.

Replace circulation filter.

Check the functions of the driver's seat.

General maintenance work

Check the fire extinguishers

Electrical system

Clean battery

Rear axle for front wheel drive

Check hub bearings for wear and play

see Page 292

see Page 289 see Page 289

see Page 164

see Page 296

see Page 346

,

see Page 300

To be performed by an authorised technician only,

see Page 481

.

16.1.14

Maintenance - every 1,000 hours but at least at the end of the season

Oil change in gearbox

Input gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 354

Main gearbox on front mounted mower

see Page 355

Main gearbox side mounted mower left/right

see Page 356

Transfer gearbox

Cutterbar

Wheel hub gearbox front/rear

see Page 352

see Page 316

see Page 357

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Changing the filter

Transfer gearbox To be performed by an authorised technician only,

see Page 483

.

Intermediate gear

Lubricate the intermediate gear

Engine

Check all lines, hoses and electric cables for chafe marks

Check belt drive and change it if required

see Page 328

Check that engine mount and diesel engine brackets are tight.

Check entire engine piping for condition, attachment, leak tightness, soiling and damage and repair if required.

Replace the fuel fine filter.

Replace the fuel prefilter.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

see Page 282

Cleaning air filter

Electrical system

Check the batteries and cable connections.

Check the state of the sensors, actuators, cable holders and plugs.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

16.1.15

Maintenance – Every 1,000 hours, but at least before the season

Engine

Change engine oil

Change the engine oil filter

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

16.1.16

Maintenance – Every 2,000 hours

Engine

Replace the oil separator filter element

Check/adjust valve play

Check corrosion and frost protection concentration in the coolant.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

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16.2

Tightening torques

16.1.17

Maintenance – Every 2 years

Engine

Change coolant To be performed by an authorised technician only,

see Page 482

.

16.1.18

Maintenance - as required

Electrical system

Clean battery

Engine

Change air filter main element (according to maintenance display / annually).

Change air filter safety element (with every

3rd change of the main element / annually).

Vent the fuel system (do not detach the injection lines)

see Page 346

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

To be performed by an authorised technician only.

16.2

Tightening torques

Deviating tightening torques

All screw connections must in general be tightened with the listed tightening torques following.

Deviations from the tables are marked accordingly.

Metric thread screws with control thread

INFO

The table does not apply to countersunk screws with hexagon socket in case the countersunk screw is tightened via hexagon socket.

262

DV000-001

X Thread size 1 Strength class on screw head

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X

M16

M20

M22

M24

M27

M30

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

Strength class

5.6

8.8

Tightening torque (Nm)

3.0

5.9

10

29

42

25

49

85

135

210

425

571

730

1,100

1,450

Metric thread screws with fine thread

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Tightening torques 16.2

10.9

310

610

832

1,050

1,550

2,100

4.4

8.7

15

36

72

125

200

12.9

365

710

972

1,220

1,800

2,450

5.1

10

18

43

84

145

235

DV000-001

X Thread size

X

M12 x 1.5

M14 x 1.5

M16 x 1.5

M18 x 1.5

M20 x 1.5

M24 x 2

M27 x 2

M30 x 1.5

Strength class

5.6

8.8

Tightening torque (Nm)

88

145

222

368

465

787

1,148

800

1 Strength class on screw head

10.9

130

213

327

525

662

1,121

1,635

2,100

12.9

152

249

382

614

775

1,312

1,914

2,650

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16.2

Tightening torques

Metric thread screws with countersunk head and hexagon socket

INFO

The table applies only to countersunk screws with hexagon socket and metric thread tightened via hexagon socket.

264

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

M16

M20

DV000-000

X Thread size

X Strength class

5.6

8.8

Tightening torque (Nm)

2.5

4.7

23

34

8

20

39

68

108

168

340

1 Strength class on screw head

10.9

58

100

160

248

488

3.5

7

12

29

12.9

67

116

188

292

568

4.1

8

15

35

Locking screws on the gearboxes

INFO

The tightening torques only apply to assembly of locking screws, viewing glasses, ventilation and breather filters and bleed valves in gearboxes with cast housings or aluminium or steel housings. The term “locking screw” includes the drain plug, the inspection screw as well as the ventilation and breather filters.

This table applies only to locking screws with external hexagon in connection with copper seal ring and for bleed valves made of brass with shaped seal ring.

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Cleaning the machine 16.3

Thread

M10x1

M12x1.5

G1/4“

M14x1.5

M16x1.5

45

M18x1.5

50

M20x1.5

Locking screw and sight glass with copper ring 1

Bleed valve made of brass

Ventilation/breather filter made of steel

Steel and cast Aluminium

Ventilation/breather filter made of brass

Steel and cast

Maximum tightening torque (Nm) (±10%)

Aluminium

8

14

14

40

45

16

24

30

32

24

30

G1/2“

M22x1.5

M24x1.5

G3/4“

M33x2

G1“

M42x1.5

G1 1/4“

32

35

60

60

80

80

100

100

1  Always replace copper rings.

Cleaning the machine

WARNING

Eye damage caused by flying dirt particles!

When cleaning the machine with compressed air or with high-pressure cleaner, the dirt particles are slung away at high speed. The dirt particles may hit the eyes and hurt them.

„ Keep persons away from working range.

„ When performing cleaning work with compressed air or with high-pressure cleaner, wear suitable working clothes (for example eye protection).

NOTICE

Machine damaged by water from a high-pressure cleaner

Bearings and electric or electronic components can be damaged if you aim the water jet of a high-pressure cleaner directly at them during cleaning.

„ Never direct the water jet of a high-pressure cleaner at bearings, electric/electronic components or safety labels.

„ Replace missing, damaged and unrecognisable safety labels.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ After each use, remove husk and dust from the machine.

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16.3

Cleaning the machine

Under very dry working conditions, repeat the cleaning several times a day.

„ For cleaning the engine compartment,

see Page 268

.

„ For cleaning the batteries,

see Page 346

.

„ For cleaning the cooler and the cooler compartment;

see Page 290

.

Cleaning the auger conveyor

For version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

1

1

2

BMG000-070

Contamination on the auger conveyor (1) can impair swathing, and must be removed. Use the following procedure to clean the auger conveyor (1):

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Wear suitable protective gloves,

see Page 22 .

WARNING! Risk of injury due to manual rotation of the auger conveyor. Even a slow manual rotation of the auger conveyor can shear off limbs! Never rotate the auger conveyor manually! Move the auger conveyor only with a slow manual rotation of the mower drum. Ensure that limbs are away from the danger point as long as the auger conveyor is rotating.

„ Manually rotate the mower drum (2) slowly to advance the auger conveyor (1).

„ Clean the auger conveyor (1).

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Maintenance - Engine

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

WARNING

Danger to health from dust from the damaged catalytic converter of the exhaust aftertreatment system

If the catalytic converter of the exhaust aftertreatment system is damaged, there is a risk to health from inhaling the emerging dust or insulation material.

„ If the catalytic converter of the exhaust aftertreatment system is damaged, ensure that nobody inhales dusts from inside the catalytic converter or insulation.

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to incorrectly performed or unfinished maintenance work

If maintenance work is not carried out by qualified personnel, the machine could be damaged.

A qualified service centre has the required technical knowledge, qualifications and tools to perform the required work on the machine in a proper manner. This applies in particular to safety-relevant work.

„ Always have the following work performed by a qualified specialist workshop:

- Safety-relevant work

- Service and maintenance work

-Repair work

- Modifications as well as installations and conversions

- Working on electronic parts

„ This chapter does not list all the necessary maintenance work of the engine. It is necessary to observe the maintenance instructions of engine manufacturer. The maintenance instructions are available at each qualified specialist workshop having access to the Workshop Information System (WIS) or after having participated in motor training at KRONE premises.

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17.1

Engine overview

17.1

Engine overview

1

17.2

4

5

6

7

2

3

9

8

BMG000-050

1 Oil filter

2 Exhaust gas turbocharger

3 Oil sump

4 Catalytic converter

5 Engine control

6

7

8

9

Refrigerant compressor

Alternator

Oil filler neck

Oil dipstick

Dirt deposits in engine compartment

WARNING

Risk of fire due to dirt deposits in the engine compartment

A mixture of dust, oil and plant residue inside the engine compartment is a source of fire and presents an increased fire hazard.

„ Always keep the engine compartment clean.

17.2.1

Cleaning engine compartment with compressed air

WARNING

Eye damage caused by flying dirt particles!

When cleaning the machine with compressed air or with high-pressure cleaner, the dirt particles are slung away at high speed. The dirt particles may hit the eyes and hurt them.

„ Keep persons away from working range.

„ When performing cleaning work with compressed air or with high-pressure cleaner, wear suitable working clothes (for example eye protection).

„ If necessary, blow away the dirt and contamination and wipe off oil deposits.

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Engine oil level 17.3

Engine oil level

NOTICE

Engine damage due to excessively low or high oil level

If the oil level is too low, the amount of oil in the engine is too low, the lubrication points in the engine are not adequately supplied and there is a risk of engine damage. If the oil level is too high, the engine or the exhaust gas aftertreatment system may be damaged.

„ Check oil level according to the engine maintenance table,

see Page 254

.

„ Check oil level only when machine is in a horizontal position.

„ Do not start the engine if the oil level is below the bottom mark (min. mark) of the oil dipstick.

„ Drain or extract oil which has been topped up too much.

17.3.1

Checking engine oil level

1 max.

min.

BXG000-029

The oil dipstick is on the left-hand side of the machine.

ü The left side mounted mower is folded out.,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The main frame of the machine is aligned horizontally.

ü The diesel engine has cooled off to the ambient temperature.

„ Thoroughly clean the area around the oil dipstick (1).

„ Pull out the oil dipstick (1), wipe it off with a clean cloth and reinsert it up to the stop.

„ Pull out the oil dipstick (1) and identify the engine oil level.

ð When the engine oil level is between "min" and "max", the oil level is correct.

„ Reinsert the oil dipstick (1).

ð If the engine oil level is above the "max" marking:

„ Contact your KRONE service partner.

ð If the engine oil level is below the "min" marking:

„

Top up the engine oil, see Page 270 .

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17.4

Cleaning fuel tank

17.3.2

Topping up engine oil

1

17.4

max.

min.

BMG000-052

The oil filling pipe is on the left-hand side of the machine.

ü The left side mounted mower is folded out.,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The main frame of the machine is aligned horizontally.

ü The diesel engine has cooled off to the ambient temperature.

„ Clean the area around the cover (1).

„ Unscrew the cover (1).

„ NOTE! Use only engine oils that have been approved by the engine manufacturer,

see

Page 71 .

„ Fill in engine oil through the oil filler neck up to the "max." mark on the oil dipstick.

„ Clean, put on and tighten the cover (1).

„ Start the diesel engine, run it at idle speed and check the oil pressure.

„ Switch off the diesel engine.

„ Check the engine oil level after approx. 2 ... 3 minutes,

see Page 269 .

Cleaning fuel tank

Draining water and sediments

270

BMG000-027

ü If possible, empty the fuel tank as far as possible when driving.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Provide a sufficiently dimensioned container for the fuel.

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Maintenance - Engine 17

Fuel prefilter/water separator 17.5

The drain nozzle sits at the front right below the machine in the direction of travel.

„ Unscrew the cap on the drain nozzle (1).

„ Take the hose provided out of the rear storage compartment and screw it on the drain nozzle (1).

ð Accumulated water, sediment and fuel flow out of the fuel tank.

„ Remove the hose and close the drain nozzle (1) with the cap.

„

Refuel the machine, see Page 272

.

„

If necessary, bleed the fuel system, see Page 276 .

Fuel prefilter/water separator

BXG000-030

The fuel prefilter is located on the left-hand machine side behind the maintenance flap.

Drain condensation water from the water separator of the fuel prefilter.

ü The left side mounted mower is folded out.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The maintenance flap is open.

ü A sufficiently large collecting vessel is on hand.

„ Check whether condensation water has collected in the sight glass of the water separator (2).

ð No condensation water has collected:

„ No further measures are necessary.

ð Condensation water has collected:

„ „Place the collecting vessel under the drain hose of the water separator (2).

„ Loosen the bleed screw (1) two counterclockwise turns.

„ To open the stop cock (4), press the handle (3) while simultaneously turning it 90° counterclockwise.

Æ The collected condensation water runs out of the water separator.

„ To close the stop cock (4), turn the handle (3) 90° clockwise. The handle (3) engages independently.

„ Tighten the bleed screw (1) to a tightening torque of 6 Nm.

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17.6

Refuelling

17.6

Refuelling

NOTICE

Machine damage due to use of unauthorised or contaminated fuel.

If refuelling with unauthorised or contaminated fuel or with fuel which has a high sulphur content, the engine and the exhaust gas after-treatment system will be damaged.

„ Refuel only with standard, sulphur-free diesel fuel, according to EN 590.

„ Do not refuel with contaminated fuel.

„ Observe the operating instructions of engine manufacturer, chapter “Refuelling”.

„ Do not use the following fuels:

- Fuels containing more than 0.005% (50ppm) sulphur

- Marine diesel fuel

- Aviation turbine fuel

- Heating oil

- Fatty acid methyl ester FAME (bio-diesel fuels)

NOTICE

Machine damage by water in the fuel

If the machine is parked with tank unfilled, condensation water may form and when it is cold, freezing could result.

„ Refuel daily at the end of operation.

1 2

3

1

4

BMG000-009

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Maintenance - Engine 17

Urea filter 17.7

Filling quantity: see Page 71 .

„ Follow the instructions in the following enclosed document: Engine operating instructions, chapter Lubricants and consumables.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ If necessary, use the platform (4) on the front mounted mower to reach the filler neck (3).

„ Open the flap (1).

„ Clean the area around the filler neck (3).

„ Unscrew the tank cap (2).

„ Fill the fuel tank with fuel.

„ Close the tank cap (2) tightly.

„ Close the flap (1).

Urea filter

CAUTION

Risk of injury from escaping ammonia vapours!

If the urea tank cap is opened at high temperatures, ammonia vapours may escape. Ammonia vapours have a pungent smell and irritate in particular:

- Skin

- Mucous membranes

- Eyes.

This can lead to burning of the eyes, nose and throat as well as irritation of the throat and tearing eyes.

„ Do not inhale ammonia vapours.

CAUTION

Risk of injury from contact with urea solution

The urea solution must not come in contact with the skin, eyes or clothing.

„ If urea solution comes into contact with the eyes or skin, immediately rinse off with plenty of clear water.

„ If urea solution is swallowed, rinse out the mouth immediately with plenty of clear water and drink a lot of water.

„ If urea solution soils clothing, immediately change clothing.

„ If allergic reactions occur, consult a doctor immediately.

„ Keep children away from the urea solution.

The exhaust aftertreatment system is equipped with a maintenance-free filter.

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17.8

Topping up urea solution

17.8

BM000-201

The urea filter (1) is integrated in a fixed position in the extraction module (2).

Topping up urea solution

CAUTION

Risk of injury from contact with urea solution

The urea solution must not come in contact with the skin, eyes or clothing.

„ If urea solution comes into contact with the eyes or skin, immediately rinse off with plenty of clear water.

„ If urea solution is swallowed, rinse out the mouth immediately with plenty of clear water and drink a lot of water.

„ If urea solution soils clothing, immediately change clothing.

„ If allergic reactions occur, consult a doctor immediately.

„ Keep children away from the urea solution.

CAUTION

Risk of injury from escaping ammonia vapours!

If the urea tank cap is opened at high temperatures, ammonia vapours may escape. Ammonia vapours have a pungent smell and irritate in particular:

- Skin

- Mucous membranes

- Eyes.

This can lead to burning of the eyes, nose and throat as well as irritation of the throat and tearing eyes.

„ Do not inhale ammonia vapours.

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Topping up urea solution 17.8

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to incorrect handling of the urea solution

The machine or the exhaust aftertreatment system could be damaged due to incorrect handling of the urea solution.

„ Use only urea solution according to DIN 70070 /I SO 22241.

„ To prevent damage to the urea tank at very low temperatures, do not overfill the urea tank.

„ To prevent damage to the exhaust gas after-treatment system due to contaminants, seal the tank properly.

„ To prevent damage to the exhaust gas after-treatment system, the urea solution must not be mixed with additives or diluted with tap water.

NOTICE

Damage to the urea sensor caused by ammonia fumes

If the urea tank is not mostly filled and if urea is stored at too high a temperature, ammonia fumes are produced which can damage the urea sensor.

„ Fill the urea tank completely with urea after each utilization of the machine.

„ Observe the instructions of the urea manufacturer to store urea. These specifications also apply to the urea in the urea tank.

1

2

3

1

4

BMG000-008

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17.9

Vent fuel filter

Filling quantity: see Page 71

„ Follow the instructions in the following enclosed document: Engine operating instructions, chapter Lubricants and consumables.

„ If necessary, use the platform (4) on the front mounted mower to reach the filler neck (3).

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Open the flap (1).

„ Clean the area around the filler neck (3).

„ Unscrew the tank cap (2).

„ Fill the urea tank with urea solution until the pump nozzle is switched off.

„ Close the tank cap (2) tightly.

„ Close the flap (1).

17.9

Vent fuel filter

276

BXG000-031

It may be necessary to vent the fuel filter

• after the filter element on the fuel prefilter was changed

• after prolonged machine standstill

• after filling the previously drained fuel system

• after initial operation

The vent the fuel filter:

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Follow the instructions in the following, supplied document: Engine operating instructions, section "Venting the fuel system".

„ Turn the red locking (2) of the pump 90° counterclockwise.

„ Activate the pump by making pumping movements with the knob (1) until the fuel system is completely vented.

„ To end the venting process and start the diesel engine, turn the lock (2) of the pump 90° clockwise.

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Engine coolant 17.10

INFO

The low-pressure circuit of the diesel engine is vented by permanently installed throttle bores, no additional measures are necessary.

„ Start the diesel engine.

ð If the engine fails to start after 20 seconds.

„ Take a 1-minute break.

ð If the engine fails to start after 3 attempts:

„ Repeat the venting procedure.

17.10

Engine coolant

NOTICE

Damage to the cooling system by using incorrect coolant

If a mixture of coolant containing silicate and a silicate-free coolant is used, this may cause damage to the cooling system of the diesel engine.

„ Never use a mixture of coolant containing silicate and a silicate-free coolant as an engine coolant.

The engine cooling system has been filled with coolant at the factory that ensures frost protection, corrosion protection and further protective effects.

The engine coolant is a mixture of water, anti-corrosion agent and frost protection agent.

The engine coolant has the following properties:

• Heat transfer

• Corrosion protection

• Cavitation protection (protection against pitting)

• Frost protection

• Increasing the boiling point

Irrespective of the time of year, the engine coolant must remain in the engine cooling system, even in countries with high outdoor temperatures.

When you change the engine coolant, ensure that

„ The coolant meets the requirements of at least the following specification: LH-01-COL3A.

The engine manufacturer recommends using the anti-corrosion antifreeze Liebherr

Antifreeze OS Concentrate or Liebherr-Antifreeze OS Mix (ready-to-use mixture of 50% water and 50% anti-corrosion antifreeze).

„ that the water which is used meets the requirements of the Drinking Water Guideline of the

World Health Organisation (WHO) of 2006.

„ the engine coolant contains 50% by volume anti-corrosion agent and frost protection agent.

This corresponds to a frost protection down to -37° C.

„ the percentage of anti-corrosion agent and frost protection agent in the engine coolant does not exceed 55% by volume. This corresponds to a frost protection down to -45° C. Higher values would deteriorate frost protection and heat transfer.

„ the engine coolant is not mixed with a different anti-corrosion agent and frost protection agent.

„ a low coolant level is not topped up only with water, but also with the correct percentage of an approved anti-corrosion agent and frost protection agent.

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17.11 Checking the engine coolant level

17.11

Checking the engine coolant level

WARNING

Risk of fire from frost protection agent

If frost protection agent comes into contact with hot components in the warm engine compartment, it may ignite. There is a risk of fire and injuries.

„ Leave the engine to cool down before filling with anti-freeze.

„ Keep anti-freeze away from the filler neck.

„ Before starting the engine, thoroughly clean components contaminated with frost protection agent.

WARNING

Danger of injury due to scalding

The engine cooling system is under pressure, especially when the engine is warm. If the cover is opened when the engine is warm, hot coolant may spray out. There is risk of injury.

„ Leave the engine to cool down before opening the cover.

„ When opening the cover, wear suitable gloves and goggles.

„ To relieve the pressure, open the cover by a half turn.

278

BXG000-032

The coolant compensation tank (1) for the engine coolant is located above the cooling system in the rear of the machine and is accessible from outside.

„ Check the coolant level in the coolant compensation tank (1) at the sight glass (2).

ð The coolant level must be in the middle of the sight glass (2); top up coolant if necessary.

Top up the engine coolant

Filling quantity: see Page 71

Follow the instructions in the following supplied document: operating instructions Engine, chapter Consumables "Coolant".

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Checking engine piping 17.12

„Shut down and safeguard the machine,

see Page 31 .

„ Rotate the cover (3) on the filler neck of the coolant compensation tank (1) to the first notch, and allow the residual pressure to decay slowly.

„ Open the cover (3) completely and remove it.

„ Fill coolant up to the middle of the sight glass (2).

„ Put on and close the cover (3) at the filler neck of the coolant compensation tank.

17.12

Checking engine piping

17.12.1

Checking pipework in the air conditioning and heating system

BM000-168

„ Check all lines, hoses and collars for leaks and condition and, if required, have them replaced by authorised technicians.

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17.12 Checking engine piping

17.12.2

Check pipework of the engine cooling system and the charge air

BMG000-048

„ Check all lines, hoses and collars for leaks and condition and, if required, have them replaced by authorised technicians.

17.12.3

Checking pipework of the air intake

280

BM000-164

„ Check all lines, hoses and collars for leaks and condition and, if required, have them replaced by authorised technicians.

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Checking fuel lines

Maintenance - Engine 17

Checking engine piping 17.12

BM000-165

„ Check all lines, hoses and collars for leaks and condition and, if required, have them replaced by authorised technicians.

17.12.5

Check pipework of the exhaust aftertreatment system

BM000-167

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17.13 Cleaning air filter

BM000-166

„ Check all lines, hoses and collars for leaks and condition and, if required, have them replaced by authorised technicians.

17.13

Cleaning air filter

NOTICE

Engine damage caused by dirty or damaged air filter or safety cartridge

If the machine is operated with a soiled or damaged air filter or safety cartridge, the diesel engine may be damaged.

„ Clean or replace the air filter and the safety cartridge according to the maintenance table,

see Page 254

.

„ Immediately replace a damaged air filter or a damaged safety cartridge.

„ Do not clean and reuse the safety cartridge but always replace it by a new one.

1

2 3

5

BMG000-010

4

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Maintenance - Engine 17

Shutting down the diesel engine 17.14

Interval for testing and changing:

see Page 254

.

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Release the clamps (2) and remove the cover (1).

„ By gently turning the filter element (3), carefully pull it out of the filter housing (4).

„ Clean the interior area and the sealing surfaces of the filter housing (4).

„ Blow out the filter element (3) with compressed air (max. 5 bar) from the inside to the outside.

If the filter element is excessively soiled or damaged, replace the filter element. If the installation date of the filter element is 4 years old, replace the filter element.

„ Install the cleaned or a new filter element (3).

„ Attach the lid (1) so that the dust discharge valve (5) is pointed downwards.

„ Secure the cover (1) with the clamps (2).

Cleaning dust discharge valve

BM000-170

ü The left side mounted mower is folded down.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The left side hood is open.

„ Remove the rubber grommet of the dust discharge valve (1) and clean it.

„ Clean the connector for the rubber grommet.

„ Slide on the rubber grommet completely.

17.14

Shutting down the diesel engine

Measures for storing the diesel engine when not in use for a period from 30 days to 12 months

„ Fill the fuel tank, and coolant tank up to the maximum permitted filling level. Choose the specification of consumables according to the expected outside temperatures while the machine is in storage.

„ Drain the fuel tank and prefilter.

„ The coolant must contain at least 50% anti-corrosion antifreeze.

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17.14 Shutting down the diesel engine

„ Lower the urea tank to the minimum permitted filling level.

„ Clean the outside of the engine.

„ Spray or apply the anti-corrosion agent Rustilo DWX 30 onto unpainted parts and rusty areas on the engine (excluding electrical connections).

Measures for placing the diesel engine in service again after storing when not in use for a period from 30 days to 12 months

„ Before starting up the machine, perform the maintenance interval "Every 10 hours, at least daily".

„ Change the engine oil if it is more than 2 years old.

„ Change the oil filter.

„ Examine the engine for leaks, soiling and damage.

„ Check the coolant level.

„ Drain off the water and any sediments which have accumulated from the fuel tank and check the water separator on the fuel prefilter, drain off water if necessary.

„ Perform a visual inspection to check the starter, alternator and refrigerating compressor.

„ Check the ribbed V-belts on the diesel engine and replace if necessary.

„ Check the diesel engine power supply.

„ Make certain the fuel supply is connected.

„ Fill the urea tank up to the maximum filling quantity.

Restarting the diesel engine after storing it when not in use from 30 days to

12 months

„

Check the oil pressure display immediately after starting, see Page 208 .

„ Check the air filter pressure display.

„ Let the diesel engine run until it reaches operating temperature.

If you want to shut down the diesel engine for a longer period of time, you have to perform certain activities to maintain the engine in the best condition possible.

„ The activities required for shutting down the diesel engine for a period between 3 months and 1 year are specified in the special instructions "SEHS9031, Storage Procedure for

Caterpillar Products" from Caterpillar.

„ The activities required for shutting down the diesel engine for a period between 1 year and up to 2 years are specified in the special instructions "REHS5001, The Long Term Storage and Recovery of Certain Commercial Engines" from Caterpillar.

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18.1

Maintenance – Basic Machine 18

Checking/refilling windscreen washer system 18.1

Maintenance – Basic Machine

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

Checking/refilling windscreen washer system

BMG000-012

The reservoir (2) for the windscreen washer system is behind the fresh water tank (1) in the storage compartment above the right front wheel. The orifice for refilling is on the rear wall of the storage compartment and is closed by a cover sheet (4).

„ Check the level of the windscreen washer system daily.

If the cleaning fluid can be seen in the reservoir, the fluid level is correct.

If no cleaning fluid can be seen in the reservoir, refill:

„ To refill the cleaning fluid, swivel the cover sheet (4) to the side.

„ Open the cover (3) and add cleaning fluid.

„ Close the cover (3).

„ Swivel back the cover sheet (4) and close the orifice.

INFO

„ To achieve a better cleaning effect under extreme crop and road conditions, add windscreen cleaner/anti-freeze.

„ In winter drain the washer system or fill with special anti-freeze.

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18.2

Maintaining air conditioning and heating

18.2

Maintaining air conditioning and heating

WARNING

Risk of injury from getting in contact with refrigerant

During repair, service, maintenance and cleaning work on the refrigerant circuit, there can be liquid or gaseous refrigerant emissions that are hazardous to persons and environment.

„ Switch off the engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.

„ Secure the machine against rolling away.

„ Take suitable protective measures (e.g. wear protective goggles and protective gloves).

„ Only authorised specialists are allowed to perform repair, service, maintenance and cleaning work.

„ Always see a doctor if you suffer burns from refrigerant.

„ Ensure sufficient ventilation when working on the cooling system.

„ During refill and repair work, do not allow refrigerants to escape; dispose of them into a recycling container.

„ The spare parts used for the machine must satisfy the technical requirements of the machine manufacturer. For this reason, use only KRONE original spare parts.

„ Be extremely careful when you perform welding work in the vicinity of the air conditioning system.

NOTICE

Environmental damage due to chemicals

The air conditioning is operated with refrigerant R134a (tetrafluorethane). This substance contains no chlorine atoms, and thus is not harmful to the ozone in the atmosphere of the world. Nonetheless, the refrigerant must not be drained; it must be collected at a recycling plant.

„ Collect the refrigerant with a recycling plant.

„ Thus do NOT separate the connecting pipes beforehand.

„ Have all maintenance and repair work on the air conditioning carried out only by your

KRONE dealer with a suitable disposal and recycling equipment.

18.2.1

Components of air conditioning

The air conditioning components and their position in the machine.

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Maintaining air conditioning and heating 18.2

BM000-271

1 Control panel for automatic climate control

2 Evaporator

3 Expansion valve

4 Capacitor

5 Dryer/receiver

6 Pressure switch

7 Compressor

18.2.2

Carrying out a visual inspection at the receiver/dryer

BMG000-018

The receiver (2) with pressure switch (1) is located on the left behind the tailgate.

As the receiver (2) is pressurised, it is subject to the pressurised container regulations during production and testing. According to this regulation the pressurised tank is classified as test group II in accordance with the permissible overpressure p in bar, the volume l in litres and the pressure product p x l.

According to Section 10 of the Pressurised Vessel Regulations these pressurised containers must be subjected to recurring tests by an expert in accordance with section 32. In this case the recurring tests consist, as a rule, of external inspections of tanks in use. In combination with the inspection the receiver (2) must be visually inspected twice a year. Special attention shall be given to corrosion and mechanical damage. If the container is not in a correct state, it must be

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Maintaining air conditioning and heating replaced by a qualified service centre for safety reasons to ensure sufficient protection to the user and third parties due to the hazard which may be caused in handling or operating pressurised containers.

INFO

The ambient temperature must exceed the temperature set at the thermostat (generally

+1°Celsius) for the compressor to switch on.

18.2.3

Checking the condition and filling quantity of refrigerant

Regularly check the dryer/receiver unit and replace it when required, but at least once a year.

BX001-239

Check the filling quantity

Interval for checking refrigerant level: see Page 254

The amount of refrigerant is checked on the sight glass (2) via the white float (5).

„ Start the engine.

„ Switch on the air conditioning and set to maximum cooling.

If the white float (5) is at the top, the refrigerant level is correct.

If the white float (5) is at the bottom, the refrigerant must be topped up by a qualified service

centre, filling quantity see Page 74

.

Checking the refrigerant condition

Checking the interval for refrigerant condition:

see Page 254

.

„ Observe the label (4) on the dryer (1).

If the indicator perl (3) is orange, the refrigerant condition is OK.

If the indicator perl (3) has turned colourless, the dryer/receiver unit must be changed by a specialist workshop.

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Replacing/cleaning fresh air filter

Maintenance – Basic Machine 18

Maintaining air conditioning and heating 18.2

18.2.5

BX001-240

INFO

If filters are not properly maintained, the fresh air filter may become very soiled and it can no longer be guaranteed that adequate fresh air will flow into the cab.

A fresh air filter (4) in the form of a wedge filter is located in the upper cab area behind the ventilation grid (2) on the left hand side in direction of travel. The fresh air filter protects the driver in the cab against airborne contamination outside the cab. Always check the fresh air filter before starting to drive the machine.

„ Open the closing device (1) by turning it 90° clockwise and remove the ventilation grid (2).

„ To unlock the filter, reverse the locking lever (3) to the left.

„ Pull out the fresh air filter (4), check for soiling and clean if required.

Clean fresh air filter (4) by shaking it out, never use compressed air to clean it. If heavily soiled, replace the fresh air filter (4).

„ Reinsert the fresh air filter (4).

„ Lock fresh air filter by means of locking lever (3).

„ Insert the ventilation grid (3) and close it via the closing device (1).

Replacing/cleaning circulation filter

BMG000-019

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Cleaning cooler and cooler compartment

INFO

If the filters are not adequately maintained, the circulation filter may become heavily soiled and cause a reduction in the output of the air conditioning and the heating.

„ To clean the circulation filter, loosen the screws (2) and remove the ventilation grid (1) together with the filter element.

„ Clean filter element with compressed air and replace it, if necessary.

„ Mount the ventilation grid (1) together with the filter element, ensuring that the filter element is correctly inserted.

„ Press in the screws (2).

18.3

Cleaning cooler and cooler compartment

1

2

BM000-115

The rotating screen, the condenser block, the combination cooler (charge air, coolant and oil) and the diesel cooler sit behind the tailgate in the cooler compartment.

„ Open the tailgate (1).

„ Swing down the ladder (2) at the rear.

„ To prevent fire, clean the area around the cooler daily. Wipe off oil residues if necessary.

„ Clean these areas more frequently in a very dusty environment and with very dry crops.

2

3

4

1

290

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Preferably clean the cooler and the capacitor while the engine is cold.

ü The tailgate is open.

„ Open the seal (1) on the rotating screen frame (4) and swing up the rotating screen.

„ Loosen the locking on the capacitor (3) and rotate the capacitor to the side.

„ Clean the cooler (2) and the cooler compartment with compressed air. Ensure that the blades are not damaged.

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Maintaining chassis 18.4

„ Blow through the condenser block with compressed air from the inside to the outside without damaging the fins.

„ Swivel back the capacitor and secure it.

„ Close the rotating screen frame (4).

„ Close the tailgate.

„ Swing up the ladder at the rear.

Maintaining chassis

Checking attachment of steering cylinder

18.4.2

BMG000-021

Check the screws of the steering cylinder with the following tightening torque:

„ Check the screws (1) of the steering cylinder with a tightening torque of 730 Nm.

Checking fitting of track rod

BMG000-020

Check the screws of the track rod on both sides of the machine with the following tightening torques:

„ Check the screw (1) on the axial ball joint with a tightening torque of 550 Nm.

„ Check the clamping screw (2) of the track rod with a tightening torque of 60 ... 70 Nm.

„ Check the castle nut (3) of the track rod end with a tightening torque of 450 +50 Nm. Check the seat of the cotter pin.

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18.5

Maintaining belt drives

18.4.3

Checking the hub cover of the rear axle, with front wheel drive version

18.5

BM000-270

Check the hub covers (1) for damage and tight fit:

„ Replace lost or worn hub covers (1) immediately to prevent dirt entering the interior of the hub and damaging the bearing.

If a hub cover is missing or if a hub cover is dismounted, the seal must be replaced before a new installation.

Check the screws of the hub covers:

„

Shut down and secure the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Make sure the hub covers have been mounted correctly and are in a perfect state.

„ Check the screws of the hub cover for tight fit.

Maintaining belt drives

18.5.1

Checking kraftband

INFO

If worn or soiled, the complete power transmission of the kraftband and pulley is not guaranteed.

„ Visually check each kraftband of the belt drives inside and outside for wear and damage

(e.g. cracks, rocks) and replace, if necessary.

„ Check each kraftband for soiling (oil, grease) and clean or replace it, if necessary.

18.5.2

Checking pulley

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Maintaining belt drives 18.5

INFO

If worn or soiled, the complete power transmission of the kraftband and pulley is not guaranteed.

„ Check the edges of the pulley (1) for wear and, if required, have them replaced by your

KRONE service partner.

„ Check the pulley (1) for damage and replace if required.

„ Check the pulley (1) for soiling (oil, grease) and clean if required.

Checking the belt tension

Checking/setting belt tension of fan drive and exhaust fan

6

1 2 3

4

5

BM000-138

„ Swing up the left side hood.

„ Check whether the pretension angle is 20°.

ð If the arrow (6) points to 20° on the pretensioning scale (1) the belt tension is set correctly.

ð If the arrow (6) does not point to 20° on the pretensioning scale (1) the belt tension must be set.

„ To set the belt tension, undo the retaining screw (3) on the tensioner housing (2) and undo the nuts (4) on the quick clamp device (5).

„ To rotate the tensioner housing (2) turn the quick clamp device (5) until the arrow (6) displays a pretension angle of 20° on the twist scale (1).

„ Tighten the retaining screw (3) and the nuts (4).

„ Close the left side hood.

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18.6

Maintaining tyres and wheels

Checking/setting belt tension of rotating screen drive

1

2

3

4

BM000-140

„ Swivel open the tailgate.

„ Check whether the pretension angle is 20°.

ð If the arrow points to (2) 20° on the twist scale (1), the belt tension is set correctly.

ð If the arrow (2) does not point to 20° on the twist scale (1), the belt tension must be set.

„ Undo the screw slightly (4) to set the belt tension.

„ Use a key (WAF 55) to turn the tensioner housing (3) anti-clockwise until the arrow (2) displays a pretension angle of 20° on the scale of the twist angle (1).

„ Tighten the screw (4).

„ Close the tailgate.

Maintaining tyres and wheels 18.6

18.6.1

Checking/maintaining tyres

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

Inspect the tyres visually

„ Visually inspect tyres for cuts or breaks.

Æ If there are cuts or breaks in the tyres, have the tyres repaired or replaced by a KRONE service partner.

Maintenance intervals for visual inspection of the tyres,

see Page 254

.

Checking/adapting the tyre pressure

„

Check the tyre pressure, see Page 74 .

Æ If the tyre pressure is too high, deflate air.

Æ If the tyre pressure is too low, increase the tyre pressure.

Check the maintenance intervals for tyre pressure, see Page 254 .

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Retighten wheel nuts

Maintenance – Basic Machine 18

Tighten the screw connections on the central support/chassis 18.7

18.7

BM000-125

Front axle Rear axle

„ Retighten the nuts for attaching the wheels in the illustrated sequence.

„ Retighten the nuts on the front and rear axle to 630 Nm.

Intervals at which the nuts on the wheels must be tightened,

see Page 254 .

Tighten the screw connections on the central support/chassis

1

1

2

2

BM000-336

„ Carry out the steps on the right-hand and left-hand side of the machine:

„ Tighten the screw connections (M 20 x 1.5) (2).

„ Tighten the screw connections (M16) (1).

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18.8

Re-adjust the transport lock

18.8

Re-adjust the transport lock

1

18.9

2 3

1

BM000-349

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and secured, see Page 31

.

„

For the maintenance interval, see Page 254 .

„ The following steps have to be carried out on the left- and right-hand side of the machine:

„ Loosen the 6 screws at the transport lock (1).

„ Hand-tighten the screws (2, 3).

„ Centrally align the transport lock (1).

„ Fold up the side mounted mowers in transport position,

see Page 93

.

„ Fold in the side mounted mower in working position,

see Page 93

.

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Press the aligned transport lock (1) down as far as it will go. Be sure to avoid lateral shifting of the transport lock (1).

„ Tighten the 6 screws at the transport lock (1).

Checking the fire extinguisher

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ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Ensure that the fire extinguisher (1) is mounted on the machine.

„ Ensure that access to and view of the fire extinguisher (1) are not obstructed.

„ Ensure that the fire extinguisher (1) is filled by weighing the fire extinguisher (1).

„ Ensure that the seal on the extinguishing head and the security seal are neither defective nor missing.

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Checking the fire extinguisher 18.9

„ Ensure that the operating instructions on the type plate of the fire extinguisher (1) are legible and face outwards.

„ Check the fire extinguisher for visible material damage, corrosion, leakage, a clogged hose and/or nozzle.

„ Ensure that the pressure gauge pointer indicates the green area.

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19.1

Dismounting/mounting the conditioner drive guard

19 Maintenance – mowing units

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

19.1

Dismounting/mounting the conditioner drive guard

KM000-387

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

Dismounting

„ Release the locking screw (2) and remove the guard (1).

Mounting

„ Mount the guard (1) and lock the locking screw (2).

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Dismounting/mounting the guard for the front mounted mower input gearbox 19.2

Dismounting/mounting the guard for the front mounted mower input gearbox

2

1

19.3

2

BMG000-031

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

Dismounting

„ Remove the hexagon head screws (2).

„ Remove the guard (1) and store it in a secure place.

Mounting

„ Put on the guard (1) in place and secure with the hexagon head screws (2).

Dismounting/mounting the guard of the auger drive

ü

The side mounted mowers are in working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The side guard is folded up and secured,

see Page 242

.

1

2

BMG000-055

Removing

„ Remove the hexagon head screws (2).

„ Remove the guard (1) and store it in a secure place.

Mounting

„ Put on the guard (1) in place and secure with the hexagon head screws (2).

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19.4

Maintaining belt drives

19.4

Maintaining belt drives

INFO

If crops are thick, belt pulleys with 4 grooves can be mounted on the front mounted mower if required.

19.4.1

Checking kraftband

INFO

If worn or soiled, the complete power transmission of the kraftband and pulley is not guaranteed.

„ Visually check each kraftband of the belt drives inside and outside for wear and damage

(e.g. cracks, rocks) and replace, if necessary.

„ Check each kraftband for soiling (oil, grease) and clean or replace it, if necessary.

19.4.2

Checking pulley

BX001-249

INFO

If worn or soiled, the complete power transmission of the kraftband and pulley is not guaranteed.

„ Check the edges of the pulley (1) for wear and, if required, have them replaced by your

KRONE service partner.

„ Check the pulley (1) for damage and replace if required.

„ Check the pulley (1) for soiling (oil, grease) and clean if required.

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Maintenance – mowing units 19

Maintaining belt drives 19.4

Checking/adjusting the belt tension of the front mounted mower conditioner drive

19.4.4

KM000-383

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü

The guard for the conditioner drive is dismounted, see Page 298 .

ü

The belt drive is tensioned, see Page 301 .

„ Check whether the display (1) ends flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2).

If the display (1) ends flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2), the belt tension is correct.

If the display (1) does not end flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2), the belt tension must be adjusted.

„ Detension the belt drive,

see Page 301

.

„ Loosen the nut (4).

When the display is above the compression spring:

„ Unscrew the sleeve (3) further (turn counterclockwise).

When the display is under the compression spring:

„ Screw the sleeve (3) in further (turn clockwise).

„ Tighten the nut (4).

„ Tension the belt drive,

see Page 301

.

„ Repeat the process until the display (1) ends flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2) with the belt drive tensioned.

„ Mount the guard (5) for the conditioner drive,

see Page 298

.

Tensioning/detensioning the conditioner drive belt tension front mounted mower

ü

The guard for the conditioner drive is dismounted, see Page 298 .

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„

Remove the blade key from the rear storage compartment, see Page 65 .

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19.4

Maintaining belt drives

Detensioning the belt drive

BM000-259

„ Remove the linch pin (1).

WARNING! Risk of injury! The blade key (3) is under spring tension during the detensioning process. If the blade key is released too early, it will spring back. Do not release the blade key during detensioning.

„ To detension the belt drive, insert the blade key (3) in the tensioning device (2) and press down.

Tensioning the belt drive

BM000-260

WARNING! Risk of injury! The blade key (1) is under spring tension during the tensioning process. If the blade key is released too early, it will spring back. Do not release the blade key during tensioning.

„ Slide the blade key (1) into the tensioning device (3).

„ To tension the belt drive, press the blade key upwards until the tensioning device engages.

„ To secure the tensioning device, mount the linch pin (2).

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Maintenance – mowing units 19

Maintaining belt drives 19.4

Checking/setting belt tension of auger drive

3

4

2

1

BMG000-039

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The guard of the auger drive has been removed,

see Page 299

.

ü

The belt drive has been tensioned, see Page 303 .

„ Check whether the display (1) ends flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2).

If the display (1) ends flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2), the belt tension is correct.

If the display (1) does not end flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2), the belt tension must be adjusted.

„

Relieve the belt drive, see Page 303 .

„ Loosen the nut (4).

Display above the compression spring

„ Unscrew the sleeve (3) further (turn anti-clockwise).

Display under the compression spring

„ Screw the sleeve (3) in further (turn clockwise).

„ Tighten the nut (4).

„ Tension the belt drive,

see Page 303

.

„ Repeat the process until the display (1) ends flush with the upper edge of the compression spring (2) with the belt drive tensioned.

„

Attach the guard of the auger conveyor drive, see Page 299 .

19.4.6

Relieving/tensioning belt drive of auger drive

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The guard of the auger drive has been removed,

see Page 299

.

„

Remove the blade key from the rear storage compartment, see Page 65 .

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Maintaining belt drives

2

3

1

BMG000-061

Relieving the belt drive

„ Pull out the linch pin (1).

WARNING! Risk of injury! While relieving the belt drive, the blade wrench (2) is under spring tension. The blade wrench (2) recoils if it is released too early. Do not release the blade wrench (2) during the relieving process.

„ To relieve the belt drive tension, insert the blade wrench (2) into the tensioning device (3) and pull it from the rear.

Tensioning the belt drive

WARNING! Risk of injury! While tensioning the belt drive, the blade wrench (2) is under spring tension. The blade wrench (2) recoils if it is released too early. Do not release the blade wrench (2) during the tensioning process.

„ Slide the blade wrench (2) into the tensioning device (3).

„ To tension the belt drive, push the blade wrench (2) forward until the tensioning device (3) locks into place.

„ To secure the tensioning device (3), insert the linch pin (1) into the borehole.

„ Check belt tension,

see Page 303

.

„

Mount the guard of the auger conveyor drive, see Page 299 .

19.4.7

Changing kraftband “belt drive side mounted mowers”

Changing the kraftband is described based on the example of the "Right side mounted mower belt drive". The kraftband of the "Left side mounted mower belt drive" is changed in a similar manner.

ü All mowing units are in working position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ The side hood is open.

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Maintaining belt drives 19.4

BM000-272

„ Loosen the safety chain (2).

„ Unscrew the screws (1) and put the universal shaft (3) aside.

BM000-173

„ Dismount the oil pan guard (2).

„ Remove the guard sheet (3).

„ Dismount the belt guard (4).

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Maintaining belt drives

306

BM000-174

„ Unscrew the upper screws (4) of the belt guard (3).

„ Unscrew the screws (1) and remove the belt guard (2) together with the belt guard (3).

„ Dismount the belt guard (5).

„ Remove the bolt (7) and protect the hydraulic cylinder (6) against falling down.

„ To dismount the reel (10), raise the rocker arm (9).

„ Remove the kraftband (11) from the lower belt pulley (12) and set it on the upper belt pulley (12).

„ Raise the rocker arm (9) until it is no longer positioned in front of the upper belt pulley (8).

Secure the rocker arm (9) in this position to protect it against falling down.

„ Remove the kraftband (11) from the upper belt pulley (8), turn it and remove it down and to the rear between the belt pulley (8) and the main frame.

„ Replace the kraftband (11) with a new one. Note the running direction.

„ To lower the rocker arm (9) release the retainer.

„ Place the kraftband (11) on the belt pulley (12).

„ Raise the rocker arm (9) and mount the reel (10).

„ To mount the bolt (7), loosen the hydraulic cylinder retainer (6) and lower it until the hole pattern of the hydraulic cylinder (6) and the rocker arm (9) coincide.

„ Mount the belt guard (5).

„ Insert the belt guard (2) together with the belt guard (3) and mount with the screws (1).

„ Fit the upper screws (4) of the belt guard (3).

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Maintaining belt drives 19.4

BM000-173

„ Mount the belt guard (4).

„ Attach the guard sheet (3).

„ Mount the oil pan guard (2).

BM000-272

„ Insert the universal shaft and fit the screws (1) medium tight using screw glue; tightening torque=72 Nm.

„ Mount the safety chain (2).

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19.4

Maintaining belt drives

19.4.8

Change kraftband "belt drive of front mounted mower"

308

BM000-175

ü All mowing units are in working position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The side hood on the right is open.

„ Dismount the universal shaft (11).

„ Dismount the belt guard (2).

„ To dismount the belt guard (9) together with the belt guard (10), unscrew the screws (8 and

12).

„ Dismount the hose clamp (4).

„ To dismount the belt guard (3) together with the support, unscrew the screws (5).

„ Remove the bolt (6) and protect the hydraulic cylinder (7) against falling down.

„ Evenly remove the kraftband (1) from the two pulleys.

„ Replace the kraftband (1) with a new one. Note the running direction.

„ To mount the bolt (6), loosen the hydraulic cylinder retainer (7) and lower it until the hole pattern of the hydraulic cylinder (7) and the rocker arm coincide.

„ Insert the belt guard (3) together with the support and mount with the screws (5).

„ Mount the hose clamp (4).

„ Insert the belt guard (9) together with the belt guard (10) and mount with the screws (8 and

12).

„ Mount the belt guard (2).

„ Slide on the universal shaft (11) and fit the clamping screw; tightening torque=80 Nm.

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Checking the tines on the tine conditioner 19.5

Checking the tines on the tine conditioner

NOTICE

Loss of tines

Bent and broken tines will cause an imbalance. Therefore the machine may be damaged.

„ Check the tine conditioner for bent and damaged tines each time before it is used.

„ To prevent the loss of tines, check the bearing bolts of the tine bearings and replace them in time.

KMG000-017

Broken tines must be replaced in pairs on opposite sides.

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Dismount bent and damaged tines (1).

„ Adjust and mount bent tines.

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Cutterbar

19.6

Cutterbar

19.6.1

Rotary hub

Series:

2

RE

4

B

RE RE LE RE LE RE LE

1

3 a

LE b

RE RE LE RE LE RE LE LE RE RE LE RE LE RE LE LE

BMG000-026

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Cutterbar 19.6

For version with "Direction of rotation "A"":

2

RE

A

4

RE RE RE RE LE LE LE a

LE b

1 3

RE RE RE RE LE LE LE LE RE RE RE RE LE LE LE LE

BM000-473

Abbreviations used in this figure:

A = Direction of rotation “A” to the centre

B = Direction of rotation “B” in pairs

RE = eccentric bearing housing (clockwise), without distinctive groove

LE = eccentric bearing housing (rotating anticlockwise), with distinctive groove

For protection against overload of mowers, the rotary hubs (1) are secured with nuts (2) and shear pins (3).

When driving onto obstacles (e.g. stones), the both shear pins in the rotary hub will shear off.

The rotary hub incl. nut turns upward on the pinion shaft.

• The cutting discs or drums which move the crop to the left (LH) in the direction of travel have left-handed thread.

• The cutting discs or drums which transport the crop to the right (RH) in the direction of travel have right-handed thread.

To distinguish between right-hand (clockwise) rotation (RH) and left-hand (anti-clockwise) rotation (LH), the nuts (2) and the pinion shafts (4) for the left-hand rotation (LH) have a distinctive groove (a, b).

• The nuts (2) with left-handed thread (LH) have distinctive grooves (a) on the bevel.

• The pinion shafts (4) with left-handed thread (LH) have a distinctive groove (b) on the face.

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Cutterbar

19.6.2

Check/change blades

WARNING

Missing, damaged or incorrectly mounted blades and blade supports

If blades are missing, damaged or incorrectly mounted, dangerous unbalanced rotation may be caused and parts may fly around. People may be seriously injured or killed as a result.

„ Check the blades at least once a day and the retaining bolts every time after changing the blades or after contact with foreign objects.

„ Immediately replace missing, damaged or incorrectly mounted blades and blade supports.

„ To avoid imbalance, always replace missing and damaged blades in kits and never mount unevenly worn blades on a cutting disc/mower drum.

Version with blade screw connection Version with blade quick fastener

KM000-039 / KM000-040

„ Whenever a blade is changed or following contact with foreign objects, check retaining bolts and, if required, have them replaced by authorized specialists,

see Page 492 .

19.6.2.1

Checking the blade for wear

WARNING

Risk of injury due to low material thickness on the blades

If the material thickness on the blades is too low, the blades may loosen due to high rotating speed. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Replace the blades at the latest when the wear limit is reached.

ð The wear limit is reached when the borehole of the blade touches the marking (1) on the blade or the dimension X is equal to or less than 13 mm .

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Cutterbar 19.6

KM000-038

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„

Fold up the front guard, see Page 229 .

WARNING! Risk of injury due to sharp blades! Wear suitable protective gloves.

„ Clean the area around the blades, cutting discs and mower drums.

„ Check wear limit.

ð If the dimension is X>13 mm , the wear limit is not reached.

ð If the dimension X is ≤13 mm or the borehole touches the marking (1), the blade must be replaced.

„

Fold down the front guard, see Page 229 .

19.6.2.2

Changing blades for the “blade screw connection” version

KM000-044

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„

Fold up the front guard, see Page 229 .

WARNING! Risk of injury due to sharp blades! Wear suitable protective gloves.

„ Clean the area around the blades, cutting discs and mower drums.

„ Remove the damaged or worn blade.

„

Check the fastening elements of the blade, see Page 492 . Also replace worn or damaged

fastening parts.

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Cutterbar

INFO: The blades for anti-clockwise and clockwise rotating cutting discs/mower drums differ.

When installing the blades, ensure that the direction of rotation is correct. The arrow on the blade must match the direction of rotation of the corresponding cutting disc/mower drum.

„ Insert the new blade (5) between the wear skid (2) and the cutting disc (1).

„ Insert the retaining bolt (3) from below through the wear skid (2), the blade (5) and the cutting disc (1).

INFO: Only use the locknut (4) once.

„ Screw the locknut (4) from above onto the retaining bolt (3) and tighten it; tightening torque

see Page 262

.

„ Repeat the process for all blades.

„

Fold down the front guard, see Page 229 .

19.6.2.3

Changing blades for the “blade quick fastener” version

1

2

3

4

4

5

2

3

KM000-045

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„

Fold up the front guard, see Page 229 .

WARNING! Risk of injury due to sharp blades! Wear suitable protective gloves.

„ Clean the area around the blades, cutting discs and mower drums.

„ To remove the blade (2), insert the blade wrench (1) between the cutting disc (4) and the blade carrier (3) as far as it will go, press it down with one hand and hold it.

„

Check the fastening parts of the blade (2), see Page 492 . Also replace worn or damaged

fastening parts.

INFO: The blades for anti-clockwise and clockwise rotating cutting discs/mower drums differ.

When installing the blades, ensure that the direction of rotation is correct. The arrow on the blade must match the direction of rotation of the corresponding cutting disc/mower drum.

„ To insert the new blade (2), insert the blade key (1) between the cutting disc (4) and the blade carrier (3) as far as it will go, press it down with one hand and hold it.

„ Guide the blade (2) onto the retaining bolt (5) and release the blade key (1) in a controlled manner with your hand.

„ Repeat the process for all blades.

„

Fold down the front guard, see Page 229 .

INFO

Alternatively, the blades can be changed with the QuickChange tool.

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Cutterbar 19.6

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar

NOTICE

Impact stops are checked irregularly

The impact stops are subject to natural wear and must be inspected daily for wear and replaced if required. If there is no inspection, the machine may be damaged.

„ Adjust the welding current and the welding material to the cutterbar material and to the impact stop. If required, carry out a test weld.

KM000-081

„ Open the welding seams of the old lining.

„ Remove lining.

„ Deburr the contact areas.

KM000-080

„ Fit the new lining (3).

„ Weld short I seams on the upper side of the cutterbar in the sections (1) (each should be approx. 30 mm). INFORMATION: The edges (2) must not be welded.

„ On the bottom of the cutterbar, weld the lining (3) to the cutterbar along the whole length in section (5). INFORMATION: The edges (4) must not be welded.

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Cutterbar

19.6.4

Oil level inspection and oil change on the cutter bar

Front mounted mower cutter bar

Checking oil level

Before checking the oil level on the cutterbar, the cutterbar must be aligned levelly by means of a spirit level.

KM000-284

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

Aligning cutterbar in transverse direction (direction of travel)

„ Place the spirit level (1) diagonally on the cutterbar.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1) and readjust, if necessary, via cutting height

setting, see Page 235

.

Aligning the cutterbar in longitudinal direction

„ Place the spirit level (1) on two cutting discs.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1); align it horizontally using wedges, if necessary.

316

KM000-036

„ Release the locking screw of the inspection hole (1).

ð The oil level must reach up to the inspection hole (1).

If the oil reaches the inspection hole (1):

„

Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), see Page 264 .

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Cutterbar 19.6

If the oil does not reach the inspection hole (1):

„ Top up new oil via the inspection hole (1) up to the inspection hole (1).

„

Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), see Page 264 .

Change oil

BMG000-037

ü The front mounted mower is raised.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ To be able to lower the cutterbar on the side of the drain plug (2), place a square piece of timber underneath the cutterbar on the opposite side.

„

Set the Main Mode Switch to the "Maintenance mode" position, see Page 97 .

„ Lower the front mounted mower until the cutterbar rests on the square piece of timber and is lower in the direction of the drain plug (2).

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Unscrew the drain plug (2) and drain the oil.

„ Mount the drain plug (2).

„ Raise the front mounted mower again.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

KM000-284

Aligning the cutterbar in transverse direction (direction of travel)

„ Position the spirit level (1) transversely on the cutterbar.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1) and readjust, if necessary, via cutting height

setting, see Page 235

.

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19.6

Cutterbar

Aligning the cutterbar in longitudinal direction

„ Position the spirit level (1) on two cutting discs.

„ Use the spirit level (1) to align the cutterbar, if necessary use wedges to align it horizontally.

KM000-036

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the inspection hole (1).

„

Screw in the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), see Page 264 .

Cutterbar side mounted mowers

Checking oil level

Before checking the oil level on the cutterbar, the cutterbar must be aligned levelly by means of a spirit level.

318

KM000-284

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

Aligning cutterbar in transverse direction (direction of travel)

„ Place the spirit level (1) diagonally on the cutterbar.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1) and readjust, if necessary, via cutting height

setting, see Page 235

.

Aligning the cutterbar in longitudinal direction

„ Place the spirit level (1) on two cutting discs.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1); align it horizontally using wedges, if necessary.

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Cutterbar 19.6

KM000-036

„ Release the locking screw of the inspection hole (1).

ð The oil level must reach up to the inspection hole (1).

If the oil reaches the inspection hole (1):

„

Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), see Page 264 .

If the oil does not reach the inspection hole (1):

„ Top up new oil via the inspection hole (1) up to the inspection hole (1).

„

Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), see Page 264 .

Change oil

BMG000-038

ü The side mounted mowers are in transport position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Unscrew the drain plug (1) and drain the oil.

„

Mount the drain plug (1), tightening torque see Page 264 .

„ Move the side mounted mower into the working position.

Before checking the oil level on the cutterbar, the cutterbar must be aligned levelly by means of a spirit level.

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19.7

Check guard cloths

KM000-284

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

Aligning cutterbar in transverse direction (direction of travel)

„ Place the spirit level (1) diagonally on the cutterbar.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1) and readjust, if necessary, via cutting height

setting, see Page 235

.

Aligning the cutterbar in longitudinal direction

„ Place the spirit level (1) on two cutting discs.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1); align it horizontally using wedges, if necessary.

19.7

KM000-036

„ Remove the locking screw from the inspection hole (1).

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the inspection hole (1).

„ Screw in the locking screw of the inspection hole (1).

Check guard cloths

ü All mowing units are in working position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

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Vent friction clutch 19.8

19.8

BMG000-045

„ Carry out a visual inspection of the guard cloth (1) to ensure that there are no cracks and damage.

Æ The machine can be used when there are no cracks or damages.

Æ Replace guard cloths in case of cracks or damage.

Vent friction clutch

NOTICE

Interventions in the friction clutch will lead to a loss of guarantee!

Interventions in the friction clutch change the slip torque. Therefore the machine may be damaged considerably.

„ Never intervene in the overload protection.

„ Only use KRONE original spare parts.

The friction clutch protects the machine from damage. It is designed with a permanently adjusted turning torque M

R

. The torque is stamped on the housing of the friction clutch.

Before initial start-up and once a year before the season, the friction clutch must be bled. This will detach adhesions from the friction lining. Therefore functionality will be maintained and the service life increased.

ü All mowing units are in working position,

see Page 93

.

ü

The machine is shut down and secured, see Page 31

.

ü The universal shafts on the mowers have been dismounted, front mounted mower,

see

Page 184

, side mounted mowers, see Page 191

.

„ Follow the operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

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19.8

Vent friction clutch

Walterscheid series K90

1

2

1

4

5

1 3

4

BM000-347

Vent friction clutch

„ Loosen the 6 nuts (1) crosswise and disassemble.

„ Undo the 6 screws (4) until the screw ends are flush with the shaft flange (3).

„ Undo the coupling hub (5).

Restarting the friction clutch

„ Tighten the 6 screws (4) with a tightening torque of M

A

=20 Nm.

„ Mount the 6 nuts (1) to a tightening torque of M

A

=49 Nm.

To place the machine in service again, switch on the PTO shaft. When the friction clutch has been bled, the mowing discs/mower drums must not also rotate, should this be the case, the friction clutch is stuck or rusty and must be taken apart (remove any friction lining from the plates, if necessary smooth the friction linings with sandpaper). Then re-attach the universal shaft and bleed the friction clutch again.

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Raising mowers 19.9

Raising mowers

WARNING

Risk of injury due to raised machine

There is a risk to individuals from the machine falling and parts which are swinging in an uncontrolled manner.

„ Use only permitted hoists and slings with a sufficient load-bearing capacity.

„ Note the information on the anchor points provided.

„ Make sure the lifting means are properly secured.

„ Never stay under the suspended machine.

„

If work has to be performed under the machine, securely support the machine, see

Page 31 .

Lifting points on the mowers

Front mounted mowers:

1

BMG000-060

ü The front mowing unit has been uncoupled,

see Page 183

.

„ Use a hoist with a permitted load-carrying capacity of at least 3000 kg.

„ To raise the front mowing unit, use the lifting points (1).

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19.9

Raising mowers

Side mounted mowers:

With version "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood"

1 1

2

BMG000-059

ü The side mounted mowers have been dismounted,

see Page 188

.

„ Use a hoist with a permitted load-carrying capacity of at least 3000 kg.

„ To be able to attach a hoist to the lifting points (1), mount 1 ring nut (M16 Zn8) with

2 discs (17 x 40 x 6 Zn8) and 1 hexagon head screw (M16 x 90 Zn8).

„ To raise the side mounted mower, use the lifting points (1, 2).

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1

Maintenance – mowing units 19

Raising mowers 19.9

2

2

BMG000-058

The side mounted mowers have been dismounted, see Page 188 .

„ Use a hoist with a permitted load-carrying capacity of at least 3000 kg.

„ To be able to attach a hoist to the lifting point (1), mount a ring screw (M16 x 27 Zn8).

„ To raise the side mounted mower, use the lifting points (1, 2).

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20.1

Lubricating universal shafts

20 Maintenance - Lubrication

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

NOTICE

Environmental damage caused by consumables

If consumables are not stored and disposed of properly, they may escape into the environment. As a result, the environment will be damaged, even by small quantities.

„ Store the consumables in suitable containers according to the statutory provisions.

„ Dispose of used consumables according to statutory provisions.

NOTICE

Damage to bearing points

When using lubricating greases not approved and when mixing different lubricating greases, the lubricated parts may be damaged.

„ Only use approved lubricating greases,

see Page 74

.

„ Do not use graphite-containing lubricating greases.

„ Do not mix different lubricating greases.

20.1

Lubricating universal shafts

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The cutting height at the mowers is set to 0°, see Page 235 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

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Lubricating universal shafts 20.1

BM000-149

1 Universal shaft drive

Right side mounted mower with freewheel*

2 Universal shaft drive

Left side mounted mowing unit with freewheel*

3 Universal shaft drive front output**

4

5

6

* Version W

Lubrication intervals version P

**

Universal shaft drive front mounted mower **

Universal shaft cutterbar drive*

Universal shaft drive conditioner drive with freewheel*

Version P

BM000-151

Lubrication intervals version W

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20.2

Lubricate the intermediate gear

100h 100h 100h

250h 100h

100h

100h 100h

20.2

250h 1

250h 250h

BM000-150

„ Follow the operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

„ Lubricate all joints, guard bearings and section tubes at the specified lubrication intervals using multi-purpose grease.

Additionally for universal shafts with freewheel:

„ Lubricate the freewheel (1) via the grease nipple at the specified lubrication interval using multi-purpose grease.

Lubricate the intermediate gear

„

Lubrication interval, see Page 254 .

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BM000-197

ü The side mounted mowers are in working position.

ü

The machine has been shut down and secured, see Page 31

.

ü The swath cloth under the machine has been removed.

ü For version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood": The deflector curtain between the cross conveyor and machine frame has been removed from the machine frame.

„ Remove the dirt in the area around the locking screws (1).

„ Unscrew the 2 locking screws (1).

„ Carefully remove threadlocker residue from the threads of the open boreholes to prevent residue from getting inside.

„ Screw 2 conical grease nipples M8 x 1 into the open boreholes.

„ NOTE! Damage to the intermediate gear due to use of incorrect lubricating grease!

Use only Mobilgrease XHP 222 lubricating grease.

„ Lubricate each conical grease nipple with 65 g lubricating grease.

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Lubrication chart - machine 20.3

„ WARNING! Risk of injury due to activated drives. Ensure that no one remains in the danger zone of the machine.

„ Leave the mower drives running for 15 min.

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Remove leaked lubricating grease.

„ Unscrew the 2 conical grease nipples.

„ Mount the previously dismounted locking screws using a threadlocker (e.g. Loctite medium strength).

„ For version with "Swath merging system with hydraulic hood": Mount the deflector curtain between the cross conveyor and machine frame.

Lubrication chart - machine

The information on maintenance intervals is based on average load of the machine. In case of an increased load and under extreme working conditions, the time periods must be reduced.

The types of lubrication are marked by means of icons in the lubrication chart, refer to table.

Type of lubrication

Grease

Lubricant

Multi-purpose grease

Comment

„ Apply two strokes of lubricating grease from the grease gun per grease nipple.

„ Remove excess lubricating grease at the grease nipple.

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20.3

Lubrication chart - machine

BMG000-036

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4)

7)

Every 100 operating hours

1) 2)

Maintenance - Lubrication 20

Lubrication chart - machine 20.3

3)

6) 5)

8)

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21.1

Distributor blocks of central lubrication system

21 Maintenance – Central Lubrication System

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to the use of incorrect and contaminated lubricants

Unauthorised or contaminated lubricants in the central lubrication system will cause faults in the central lubrication system and damage the bearing positions.

„ When working on the central lubrication system, use clean and suitable tools.

„ Use authorised lubricants only.

„ Ensure that dirt or dirty lubricant cannot get into the central lubrication system.

21.1

Distributor blocks of central lubrication system

INFO

The distributor blocks have one grease nipple each (red cap) for lubrication with a grease gun if required.

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Distributor blocks of central lubrication system 21.1

The lubrication point is assigned by the numbers on the lubrication lines to the distributor blocks.

3

2

1

4

5

10 6

9

8

7

BM000-216

Distributor block

1) Main distributor

Distributor block

2) Front lifting unit

B1

B3

B4

B5

Lubrication point

A1 Front mounted mower

A2

A3

A4

A5

Rear axle on chassis

Central support

Left mower

Outrigger arm left

Front lifting unit

Rear axle

Mower right

Outrigger arm right

Lubrication point

A1 Front axle

A2

A3

Cylinder lift bottom

Cylinder lift top

A4

A5

A6

Cylinder front lift top

Cylinder front lift bottom

Lower link

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21.1

Distributor blocks of central lubrication system

Distributor block

2) Front lifting unit

Lubrication point

B1 Front axle

B2

B3

Cylinder lift bottom

Cylinder lift top

B4

B5

B6

Cylinder front lift top

Cylinder front lift bottom

Lower link

Distributor block

3) Front mounted mower

Lubrication point

A1 Bearing

A3 Bearing

Distributor block

4) Central support

B3

B4

B5

B6

A7

B1

B2

B7

Lubrication point

A1 Cylinder rod ratchet

A2 Ratchet bearing

A3

A4

A5

A6

Belt tensioner bottom left

Cylinder base ratchet

Lifting cylinder ground

Outrigger bolt rear left

Outrigger bolt front left

Cylinder rod ratchet

Ratchet bearing

Belt tensioner bottom right

Cylinder base ratchet

Lifting cylinder ground

Outrigger bolt rear right

Outrigger bolt front right

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Distributor blocks of central lubrication system 21.1

Distributor block

5) Outrigger arm side mounted mower right

Lubrication point

A1 Outrigger cylinder

A2

A3

Rod bottom rear

Cutting cylinder base

A4

B2

B3

B4

B5

Cutting cylinder rod

Rod bottom front

Pendulum stop cylinder rod

Pendulum stop cylinder base

Mower bearing

Distributor block

6) Side mounted mower right

Lubrication point

B1 Outer tine rotor

B2 Outer auger conveyor

B3 Inner auger conveyor

Distributor block

7) Rear axle

Lubrication point

A1 Cylinder rod running gear

A2

A3

Push rod

Steering knuckle top

A4

B1

B2

Steering knuckle bottom

Cylinder rod running gear

Push rod

B3

B4

B5

Steering knuckle top

Steering knuckle bottom

V-arm

Distributor block Lubrication point

8) Rear axle on chassis A1 Lifting cylinder base right

A2

A3

B1

B2

B3

Axle strut right

V-arm

Lifting cylinder base left

Axle strut left

V-arm

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21.2

Lubricants

Distributor block

9) Outrigger arm

Side mounted mower left

Lubrication point

A1 Outrigger cylinder

A2

A3

Rod bottom rear

Cutting cylinder base

A4

B2

B3

B4

B5

Cutting cylinder rod

Rod bottom front

Pendulum stop cylinder rod

Pendulum stop cylinder base

Mower bearing

Distributor block

10) Side mounted mower left

Lubrication point

A1 Outer tine rotor

A2

A3

Outer auger conveyor

Inner auger conveyor

21.2

Lubricants

Standard commercial greases recommended by the vehicle or grease manufacturer are used as lubricants, with adequate suction and flow characteristics at –25 °C (max. flow pressure

700 mbars). They must not have a tendency to bleed. This can produce depositions in the lines during extended operation.

MoS2 greases (up to 5% molybdenum disulphide) can be conveyed with progressive pumps and distributor blocks.

Approved lubricating grease:

• KRONE lubricating grease, mat. no. 270275690 (400-g container) and

• KRONE lubricating grease, mat. no. 270275680 (50-kg container).

Lubricating greases with the following characteristics are also approved:

• Grease up to NLGI class 2 with EP additives must be adjusted to the outside temperatures.

Thickener: Lithium Complex

• Basic oil viscosity at 40°C: 85 ... 125 mm 2 /s

Mixing lubricating greases with different thickeners is not permitted.

Contact your dealer of lubricant supplier.

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Filling the lubricant tank

Maintenance – Central Lubrication System 21

Filling the lubricant tank 21.3

BMG000-022

The lubricant tank can be filled via the conical grease nipple (1) or via the connector (2).

There are two different ways to top up the container by means of a standard grease gun:

• directly via conical grease nipple (1)

• via a filler neck screwed in instead of the conical grease nipple

Topping up lubricant tank via a filler neck

BX001-386

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Dismount the conical grease nipple (3) on the lubricant tank and mount the filler neck

27 001 594 * (4).

„ Mount the coupling sleeve 27 001 595 * (2) on the filling pump (1).

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21.4

Check filling level

Topping up lubricant tank using a filling cylinder

21.4

21.5

BMG000-023

„ Dismount the double nipple (1) on the reducer (2).

„ Mount the connecting piece 27 001 998 * (3) with seal ring.

„ To fill, remove the protective caps on the connecting piece (3) and on the filling cylinder

940 393 * (4).

Check filling level

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to lack of lubrication

If the machine is not adequately lubricated, the affected components will be damaged.

„ Ensure that the lubricant tank of central lubrication system is always adequately full.

„ Visually check the filling level by the transparent lubricant tank.

The following error message appears in the terminal when the lubricant tank is empty:

„ “Lubrication tank of central lubrication” empty

To ensure that the machine can be lubricated sufficiently again:

„ Stop the machine and refill the lubricant tank.

Starting intermediate lubrication

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The lubrication interval is preset ex works. The factory setting is 30 min for the interval duration and 27 for the number of clock cycles per lubrication interval (corresponds to a grease quantity of 25 ml).

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Maintenance – Central Lubrication System 21

Searching for the error in the central lubrication system 21.6

To start intermediate lubrication manually:

„ Open the "Central Lubrication" "Maintenance" menu on the terminal and press the "Start intermediate lubrication" key.

The central lubrication system performs intermediate lubrication.

Searching for the error in the central lubrication system

Jam in the system or at a connected lubrication point

„ Unscrew the outlet screw connections from the main distributor to the subdistributor one after the other. If lubricant suddenly exits under pressure when one of the outlet screw connections is loosened, the connected subdistributor is blocked. If lubricant does not exit from any of the outlet screw connections, the main distributor is blocked. Clean or replace the main distributor.

„ Reinstall the outlet screw connections.

„ Loosen the outlet screw connections on the blocked subdistributor. If lubricant suddenly exits under pressure when unscrewing one of the outlet screw connections, the connected lubrication point is blocked. If lubricant does not exit from any of the outlet screw connections, the subdistributor is blocked. Clean or replace the blocked subdistributor.

„ Remove the blockage at the lubrication point.

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22.1

Pressure limiting valves

22 Maintenance - Hydraulic System

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

WARNING

Hydraulic hoses are subject to ageing

Hydraulic hoses may wear depending on pressure, heat load and the effect of UV rays.

People can be seriously injured or killed by damaged hydraulic hoses.

The date of manufacture appears on the hydraulic hoses. This way the age can be ascertained quickly.

Replacement of the hydraulic hoses is recommended after a lifetime of six years.

„ Use original spare parts when replacing hoses.

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to soiling of the hydraulic system

If foreign objects or liquids get into the hydraulic system, the hydraulic system may be severely damaged.

„ Clean hydraulic connections and components before removal.

„ Seal open hydraulic connections with protective caps.

„ Ensure that foreign objects or liquids do not get into the hydraulic system.

NOTICE

Storing and disposing of oils and used oil filters

If oil and used oil filters are not stored and disposed of properly, the environment may be damaged.

„ Store or dispose of used oil and oil filters according to statutory provisions.

22.1

Pressure limiting valves

The control blocks are fitted with pressure limiting valves. These valves have been preset in the factory and must not be changed.

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22.3

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Hydraulic oil 22.2

NOTICE

The pressure limiting valves on the machine have been preset in the factory. Work on the pressure limiting valves may be performed by KRONE customer service only.

Hydraulic oil

NOTICE

Damage to the hydraulic system caused by non approved hydraulic oils

If non-approved hydraulic oils or a mixture of different oils are used, the hydraulic system may be damaged.

„ Never mix different types of oil.

„ Never use engine oil.

„ Use approved hydraulic oils only.

Filling quantities and types of oil, see Page 71

.

Maintaining hydraulic oil tank

BM000-137

Checking hydraulic oil tank level

The oil level in the hydraulic oil tank (1) is queried electrically and displayed on the terminal.

There is also a sight glass (2) on the hydraulic oil tank (1).

INFO

To display the hydraulic oil level at the terminal, the machine must be in the transport position .

For the hydraulic oil level to be displayed correctly in the sight glass, the machine must be in the working position .

If the machine is in the working position, the sight glass displays the maximum filling level.

If the machine is in the transport position, the sight glass displays the minimum filling level.

Oil level check via sight glass:

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

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22.3

Maintaining hydraulic oil tank

The hydraulic oil must be topped up to the maximum level in the sight glass (2).

„ Top up hydraulic oil if necessary,

see Page 342

.

Top up hydraulic fluid.

BM000-229

The oil filler neck is located under the cover sheet (1) on the top of the machine behind the cabin.

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Remove the screws (2) from the cover sheet (1) and take off the cover sheet.

„ Remove the cover (3) of the oil filler neck.

„ Add hydraulic oil and mount the cover (3).

„ Mount the cover sheet (1) using the screws (2).

Changing oil in the hydraulic oil tank

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

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„ Dismount the screws on the right side guard (1) and remove the guard.

„ Provide a collecting vessel (approx. 60 litres).

„ Thoroughly clean the area around the oil drain sleeve (2).

„

Remove the drain hose from the rear storage compartment, see Page 65 and place one end

in the collecting vessel. Attach the other end of the drain hose to the oil drain sleeve (2). As a result, the oil drain valve is automatically opened and the hydraulic oil flows into the collecting vessel.

„ Dismount the drain hose and place it in the rear storage compartment.

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Maintaining hydraulic oil tank 22.3

„

Fill the hydraulic oil up to the middle of the sight glass, see Page 342

. Quantity and specification,

see Page 71

.

„ Run the diesel engine at a low idle speed for approx. 10 seconds.

„ Turn off the diesel engine.

„ Check the hydraulic oil tank level, top up the hydraulic oil if required.

„ Repeat the process until the oil level no longer drops.

„ Mount the right side guard (1).

Changing the return suction filter of the hydraulic oil tank

BM000-232

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Remove the screws (2) from the cover sheet (1) and take off the cover sheet.

„ To bleed the pressure from the hydraulic oil tank, open the oil filler neck (3) of the hydraulic oil tank.

„ Unscrew the cover (4).

„ Gently turn the filter element, pull it out and drain the hydraulic oil.

„ Clean housing and cover

„ Wet the sealing surfaces and O-ring seals of the new filter element with oil and insert by gently turning it.

„ Install a new O-ring seal on the cover.

„ Re-fit the cover and (4) tighten it (20 Nm).

„ Start the diesel engine and run at idle speed.

„ Check the return suction filter for leaks.

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22.4

Changing high-pressure filter

22.4

Changing high-pressure filter

22.5

BM000-231

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 93 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Dismount the screws on the left side guard (1) and remove the guard.

„ Remove and clean the filter housing (2).

„ By gently moving the filter element back and forth, remove it downwards from the retainer piece and replace it with a new filter element.

„ Check the O-ring seal on the filter housing for damage and replace if necessary.

„ Wet the thread and the sealing surfaces with hydraulic oil.

„ Set the filter housing (2) in place and tighten it as far as it will go. Then turn back one quarter of a revolution.

„ Start the diesel engine and check the screw connections of the high-pressure filter for leaks.

Checking hydraulic hoses

Hydraulic hoses are subject to natural aging. This limits their service life. The recommended service life is 6 years, including a maximum storage time of 2 years. The date of manufacture is printed on the hydraulic hoses. When checking hydraulic hoses, the state-specific conditions

(e.g., BGVU) must be observed.

Performing a visual inspection

„ Visually inspect all hydraulic hoses for damage and leaks and have them replaced by an authorised specialist if necessary.

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Maintenance – Electrics

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

WARNING

Danger to life due to exploding battery gas

Highly explosive battery gas may escape from the battery

„ Keep ignition sources and naked flames away from the battery.

„ Note the correct polarity when disconnecting and connecting the battery.

NOTICE

Damage to the electrical system due to incorrect polarity of the battery

Non-observance of the correct polarity between the battery and alternator may severely damage the electrical system.

„ First connect the positive pole of the battery.

„ Then connect the negative terminal of the battery.

INFO

An overview of all control units, circuit boards and fuses can be found in the circuit diagram, which is part of the other applicable documents that was delivered with the machine.

NOTICE

Damage to electronic components due to voltage peaks

If the supply voltage is interrupted while the machine is running, voltage peaks may occur.

This can cause electronic components to be damaged.

„ Switch off the diesel engine.

„ Interrupt the circuit with the main battery switch,

see Page 217

.

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23.1

Batteries

23.1

Batteries

WARNING

Risk of injury due to a short circuit of the battery poles

When working on the batteries, carelessness may result in a short circuit of the battery poles.

A high current flows that may result in an electric shock, burns or explosion of the batteries.

As a result, people may be seriously injured.

„ When working on the batteries, make sure the positive pole does not come into contact with the negative pole or the frame.

„ Guard the battery poles with insulating caps against contact.

BMG000-013

1 Battery compartment

2 Battery (12 V)

3 Battery (12 V)

The batteries (2) and (3) are located behind the cover of the battery compartment (1) in the storage compartment under the left platform.

23.1.1

Cleaning and maintaining batteries

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ To keep the battery surface clean and dry, clean the batteries with a damp or anti-static cloth only.

„ Protect the battery terminals and connecting terminals from corrosion by applying terminal grease to the battery terminals and connecting terminals.

„ Use a brush to remove any oxidation from the pole terminal.

„ When batteries are removed and placed in storage, regularly check the charge state or use a charge maintenance device. If the open-circuit voltage is below 12.3 V, recharge the battery.

„ Keep removed batteries cool, dry and charged.

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Batteries 23.1

23.1.2

Charging batteries

23.1.3

BMG000-015

The voltage of the machine wiring system is 24 V. Two 12-V batteries are connected in series to supply the vehicle electronics with 24 V.

To charge and maintain the charge, the batteries must be connected to a battery charger.

The voltage of the battery charger must correspond to the voltage of the wiring system (24 V).

The vehicle electronics will be damaged if a battery charger with a higher or lower voltage is used.

ü

The machine is shut down and secured, see Page 346 .

„ Open the storage compartment under the left platform.

„ Take off the cover cap (1).

„ First connect the positive cable of the charger to the external start point (3) under the battery compartment.

„ Then connect the negative cable of the charger to the short circuit to ground (2) under the battery compartment.

„ Switch on the battery charger

„ When the batteries are charged, switch off the battery charger.

„ Disconnect the negative cable of the battery charger from the ground connection (2).

„ Disconnect the positive cable of the battery charger from the external start connection (3).

„ Attach the cover cap (1).

„ Close the battery compartment.

Replacing batteries

Disconnecting the batteries

BMG000-016

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23.1

Batteries

ü

The machine is shut down and secured, see Page 31

.

ü The battery compartment is open.

„ Remove the insulating caps (1) by loosening the cable ties.

„ Dismount the pole terminal (XC1/-) of the negative cable (2) from the negative pole of battery C1 (5).

„ Dismount the pole terminal (XC2/+.1) of the positive cable (3) from the positive pole of battery C2 (6).

„ Dismount the pole terminal (XC2/-) of the cable (4) from the negative pole of battery C2 (6).

„ Dismount the pole terminal (XC1/+) of the cable (4) from the positive pole of battery C1 (5).

Removing batteries

BMG000-017

Each battery weighs approx. 37 kg.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The batteries have been disconnected,

see Page 347

.

„ Unscrew the screw (1) and put the retaining sheet (2) aside.

„ Dismount the side cover from the battery compartment (5).

„ Unscrew the nut (6) to remove the screw (7) with the lashing strap over the batteries.

„ Remove battery C1 (3) and battery C2 (4) from the battery compartment.

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Batteries 23.1

Installing batteries

BMG000-017

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Insert battery C1 (3) and battery C2 (4) into the battery compartment.

„ Insert the retaining sheet (2) and mount the screw (1).

„ Tension the lashing strap over the batteries (4, 5).

„ Mount the screw (7) on the lashing strap with the nut (6).

„ Mount the side cover of the battery compartment (5).

„ Connect the batteries,

see Page 349

.

Connecting a battery

BMG000-016

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Mount the pole terminal (XC1/+) of the cable (4) on the positive pole of battery C1 (5)

(tightening torque = 6 ±1 Nm).

„ Mount the pole terminal (XC2/-) of the cable (4) on the negative pole of battery C2 (6)

(tightening torque = 6 ±1 Nm).

„ Mount the pole terminal (XC2/+.1) of the positive cable (3) on the positive pole of battery C2 (6) (tightening torque = 6 ±1 Nm).

„ Mount the pole terminal (XC1/-) of the negative cable (2) on the negative pole of battery C1 (5) (tightening torque = 6 ±1 Nm).

„ Attach the insulating caps (1) and fix with cable ties.

„ Close the battery compartment.

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23.2

Maintaining starter

23.2

Maintaining starter

1

BXG000-064

If the starter (1) fails or is not working satisfactorily

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Determine the possible cause of the fault.

„ Attempt to eliminate the possible cause according to the following list.

Malfunction: The starter fails or is not working satisfactorily.

Possible cause

The connection cable to the starter is loose

Remedy

„ Tighten the cable connections (2) to a tightening torque of

24 ±4 Nm and the cable connection (3) to a tightening torque of 4 +0.6/-0.3 Nm.

„ Clean the cable connections on the starter and engine.

The cable connections are corroded.

The magnetic switch of the starter is defective

„ Have the starter checked by a qualified service centre.

If the damage cannot be repaired based on the suggestions, contact your KRONE dealer.

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24.1

Maintenance - Gearbox 24

Overview of gearboxes 24.1

Maintenance - Gearbox

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

Overview of gearboxes

BXG000-036

1 Input gearbox on front mounted mower 5

2 Main gearbox on front mounted mower 6

3 Transfer gearbox 7

4 Rear wheel hub gearbox (option)

Main gearbox left side mounted mower

Front wheel hub gearbox

Main gearbox right side mounted mower

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24.2

Maintaining transfer gearbox

24.2

Maintaining transfer gearbox

1 max.

min.

BM000-135

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

Check gear oil level

ü The main frame of the machine has been aligned horizontally.

ü 5 to 10 minutes have passed after the engine has been switched off.

ü Have a lint-free cloth at hand to clean the oil dipstick (1).

„ Thoroughly clean the area around the oil dipstick (1).

„ Unscrew the oil dipstick (1) with a hexagon wrench (8 mm), clean it with the cloth and screw it in completely.

„ Unscrew the oil dipstick (1) and check the gear oil level.

If the gear oil level is indicated between the "min." and "max." marks, the gear oil level is correct.

„ Screw in the oil dipstick (1).

If the gear oil level is indicated below the "min." mark:

„

Top up the gear oil, see Page 353 .

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Maintaining transfer gearbox 24.2

Topping up gear oil

1

BMG000-053

„ Use a hexagon wrench to remove the locking screw from the oil filling hole (1).

„ Top up the gear oil until the "max." marking,

see Page 352

.

„ Screw the locking screw (1) once more into the oil filling hole.

„ Run the engine at a low idle speed for a short time and switch off the engine.

„

Check the gear oil level after approx. 5 to 10 minutes, see Page 352 .

Changing the gearbox oil

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

1

BM000-247

„

Remove the drain hose from the rear storage compartment, see Page 65 and place one end

in the collecting vessel. Attach the other end of the drain hose to the oil drain sleeve (1). As a result, the oil drain valve is automatically opened and the gear oil flows into the collecting vessel.

„ Dismount the drain hose and place it in the rear storage compartment.

„ Add new gear oil,

see Page 353 .

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24.3

Maintaining input gearbox of front mounted mower

24.3

Maintaining input gearbox of front mounted mower

BMG000-033

INFO

The oil level must be checked and the oil must be changed in working position and with machine in horizontal position.

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

„ The guard for the input gearbox is removed,

see Page 299

.

Checking oil level

„ Remove the locking screw from the inspection hole (1).

ð If the oil reaches the inspection hole (1):

„

Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1), tightening torque see Page 264 .

ð If the oil does not reach the inspection hole (1):

„ Remove the locking screw from the filling hole (3).

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

Change oil

„ Unscrew the locking screw (2) of the filling hole (3).

„ Extract the old oil from the gearbox.

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw in the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw (2) of the

filling hole (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

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Maintaining main gearbox of front mounted mower 24.4

Maintaining main gearbox of front mounted mower

BMG000-030

INFO

The oil level must be checked and the oil must be changed in working position and with machine in horizontal position.

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

Checking oil level

„ Remove the locking screw from the inspection hole (1).

ð If the oil reaches the inspection hole (1):

„

Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1), tightening torque see Page 264 .

ð If the oil does not reach the inspection hole (1):

„ Remove the locking screw from the filling hole (3).

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

Changing the oil

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Unscrew the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw of the filling hole (3).

„ Unscrew the drain plug (2) and drain the oil.

„

Mount the drain plug (2), tightening torque see Page 264 .

„ Top up with fresh oil via the filling hole (3) up to the inspection hole (1).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

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24 Maintenance - Gearbox

24.5

Maintain main gearbox of side mounted mowers

24.5

Maintain main gearbox of side mounted mowers

356

KMG000-22

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

INFO

The oil level must be checked and the oil must be changed in working position and with machine in horizontal position.

Checking oil level

„ Remove the locking screw from the inspection hole (1).

ð If the oil reaches the inspection hole (1):

„

Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1), tightening torque see Page 264 .

ð If the oil does not reach the inspection hole (1):

„ Remove the locking screw from the filling hole (3).

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

Changing the oil

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Unscrew the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw of the filling hole (3).

„ Unscrew the drain plug (2) and drain the oil.

„

Mount the drain plug (2), tightening torque see Page 264 .

„ Top up with fresh oil via the filling hole (3) up to the inspection hole (1).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

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Maintenance - Gearbox 24

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox 24.6

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox

NOTICE

Damage to the wheel hub gearboxes caused by use of incorrect gearbox oil

When incorrect gearbox oil is used, the wheel hub gearboxes could be damaged during operation.

„ Only use SHELL SPIRAX S4 CX 50 gearbox oil to refill or change the gearbox oil in the wheel hub gearboxes.

„ If this gearbox oil is not available, contact your KRONE service partner.

24.6.1

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox front/right

BM000-227 / BM000-228

I Front wheel hub gearbox II Wheel hub gearbox rear (optional)

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

Checking the oil level

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Position the wheel until the filling hole (1) is in the top position.

„ Thoroughly clean the area around the locking screw of the filling hole (1) and the locking screw of the inspection hole (2).

WARNING! Risk of scalding by hot gear oil escaping under pressure. Wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and safety glasses and carefully loosen the locking screw of the filling hole.

„ To reduce the pressure, carefully remove the locking screw from the filling hole (1) from a lateral position.

ð The pressure in the wheel hub gearbox is reduced.

„ Screw the locking screw into the filling hole (1).

„ Place the wheel so that the drain plug (3) is in the lowest position.

„ Remove the locking screw from the inspection hole (2).

„ Check whether the oil level reaches up to the inspection hole (2).

If the oil reaches the inspection hole:

„

Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (2), tightening torque see Page 264 .

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24 Maintenance - Gearbox

24.6

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox

If the oil does not reach the inspection hole:

„ Remove the locking screw from the filling hole (1).

„ Top up new oil via the filling hole (1) up to the inspection hole (2).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (2) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (1), tightening torque see Page 264 .

Changing the oil

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Position the wheel until the filling hole (1) is in the top position.

„ Thoroughly clean the area around the locking screw of the filling hole (1) and the locking screw of the inspection hole (2).

WARNING! Risk of scalding by hot gear oil escaping under pressure. Wear personal protective equipment such as gloves and safety glasses and carefully loosen the locking screw of the filling hole.

„ To reduce the pressure, carefully remove the locking screw from the filling hole (1) from a lateral position.

ð The pressure in the wheel hub gearbox is reduced.

„ Screw the locking screw into the filling hole (1).

„ Position the wheel until the drain plug (3) is in the lowest position.

„ Thoroughly clean the area around the drain plug (3)

„ Place a suitable container under the drain hole (3).

„ Unscrew the drain plug (3) and drain the oil into the container.

„ Unscrew the locking screw of the inspection hole (2) and the locking screw of the filling hole

(1).

„

Mount the drain plug (3), tightening torque see Page 264 .

„ Top up new oil via filling hole (1) up to the inspection hole (2).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (2) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (1), tightening torque see Page 264 .

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Disturbances of the electrics/electronics 25.1

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

25.1

25.1.1

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics

Overview of control units

An overview of the position of the sensors, actuators and control units is provided in the circuit diagram.

BMK Designation

A2 KMC (operating control)

A3 DRC (drive computer)

BMK

A32

A 34

Designation

TRM (terminal)

KSC (KRONE SmartConnect)

25.1.2

Overview of fuses

The fuses of the "distributor block - supply of fuses" are located on the left-hand machine side in the battery compartment below the batteries.

BM000-274

BMK

A19

Designation

Distributor block - supply of fuses

A19.F1

Reserve

A19.F2

Power supply - cabin output

BMK Designation

A19.F3

Power supply - cabin electronics

A19.F4

Battery cut-off relay momentary switch

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25 Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.1

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics

BX000-276

The "central electrical system" circuit board (1) is located in the console in the cabin.

360

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Disturbances of the electrics/electronics 25.1

BM000-268

BiG M 450 CV

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25 Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.1

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics

BMK Designation

A1.F1

Diagnostics socket ISOBUS

A1.F5

Built in-socket 3-pole, cooling box socket

A1.F7

Socket ISOBUS In-cab

A1.F13

Automatic climate control, evaporator blower fan/PWM

A1.F14

LMB-ECU2: ignition stage 2

BMK

A1.F54

A1.F55

A1.F58

A1.F59

Designation

KMC 200: voltage group UB5

KMC 200: voltage group UB6

Voltage converter T1

Voltage converter T2

A1.F15

KRONE diagnostics socket: ignition stage 1

A1.F16

A1.F17

A1.F19

A1.F23

Diesel engine relay for Smart Com-

A1.F25

A1.F39

A1.F40

A1.F41

A1.F43

A1.F50

A1.F51

A1.F52

Radio, CB radio: ignition stage 1

Driver's seat: ignition stage 1

Cigarette lighter ponents

Terminal: power supply

KMC 200: voltage group UB1

KMC 200: voltage group UB2

KMC 200: voltage group UB3

A1.F67

Urea hose heating 1, 2

A1.F68

Voltage group UB1

A1.F69

Voltage group UB2

A1.F70

Voltage group UB3

A1.F71

SCR heating valve 1, 2

A1.F78

Front function module: voltage group

UB3

A1.F79

Front function module: voltage group

UB4

A1.F26

Voltage converter switch-on signal A1.F80

Radio, CB radio interior lamp door switch

A1.F27

Steering column, radio: background lighting

A1.F81

Light control unit: power supply

A1.F28

KMC 200, light control unit: ignition stage 2

A1.F87

Front function module: voltage group

UB1

A1.F29

Steering column, armrest, function modules, camera system: ignition stage 2

A1.F88

Front function module: voltage group

UB2

A1.F30

DRC, KRONE SmartConnect: ignition stage 2

A1.F31

Armrest

Right wiper

Front wiper

Left wiper

CAN module

A1.F44

DRC: continuous voltage

A1.F45

DRC: continuous voltage

A1.F89

Rear function module: voltage group

UB1

A1.F90

Rear function module: voltage group

UB2

A1.F91

Rear function module: voltage group

UB3

A1.F92

Rear function module: voltage group

UB4

A1.F93

Function module: electronics supply

A1.F94

KMC 200: electronics supply

A1.F95

Diagnostic socket: OBD

A1.F96

Steering column, armrest, ladder lighting momentary switch: electronics supply

A1.F97

Ignition lock

A1.F98

DRC, Motor Control Module: electronics supply

A1.F99

Diagnostics socket: ISOBUS,

KRONE

A1.F53

KMC 200: voltage group UB4

362

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Malfunction, Cause and Remedy 25

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics 25.1

Overview sensors

Possible sensors (depending on the machine configuration)

An overview of the position of the sensors, actuators and control units is provided in the circuit diagram.

BMK Designation

B1 Position front mounted mower on left

BMK

B33

Designation

Brake pedal angle

B2 Position front mounted mower on right B34 Wheel motor front left

B3

B4

B5

B6

B7

B9

Position mower on left

Transport mower left

Position mower on right

Transport mower right

Position rear axle on left

Position front axle

B35

B36

B37

B41

B42

Wheel motor front right

Wheel motor rear left

Wheel motor rear right

NOx downstream catalytic converter

NOx upstream catalytic converter

B43 Extraction module urea tank (filling level)

B10 Inclination front mounted mower

B11 Inclination mower on right

B12 Inclination mower on left

B13 Position side shift front mounted mower

B14 Constant pressure

B44 Ambient temperature

B45 Coolant filling level

B47 Automatic climate control pressure

B49 Switch central lubrication cycle

B51 Exhaust gas temperature upstream of catalytic converter

B53 Air filter contamination B15 Pressure filter work hydraulics/steering hydraulics

B16 Filter pressure control

B17 Brake accumulator pressure

B18 Steering angle rear axle

B19 Parking brake pressure

B20 Steering pressure

B54

B55

B56

B57

Water in fuel

Moisture sensor

Gearbox oil pressure

Exhaust gas temperature DOC

B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter

B60 Differential pressure sensor SCR filter B21 Rotational speed front mounted mower

B22 Rotational speed of left mower

B23 Rotational speed auger conveyor on left

B24 Rotational speed of right mower

B701

B702

B703

Oil pressure sensor

Fuel pressure sensor

Charge air pressure sensor

B704 Rail pressure sensor B25 Rotational speed auger conveyor on right

B26 Rotational speed front cutterbar

B27 Hydraulic oil filling level

B28 Fuel tank filling level

B29 Pressure pump MA

B707

B708

B709

B711

Charge air temperature sensor

Coolant temperature sensor

Fuel temperature sensor

Speed sensor

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25 Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.1

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics

BMK Designation

B30 Pressure pump MB

B31 Swivel angle pump

B32 Druck Betriebsbremse

BMK Designation

A21.B

1

Air pressure urea

A21.B

2

Urea pressure/temperature

A22.B

1

NH3

25.1.4

Overview of actuators

An overview of the position of the sensors, actuators and control units is provided in the circuit diagram.

BMK

G1

G2

Designation

Alternator

Urea air compressor

BMK Designation

G5 Central lubrication pump

BMK Designation

K1 Wheel motor front left

K2 Wheel motor front right

K3 Wheel motor rear left

BMK Designation

K5 Drive pump forward

K6 Drive pump backward

BMK Designation

M1 Starter

M3

M4

Windscreen water pump

Mirror left

BMK

M5

M6

Designation

Mirror right on right

Anti-collision mirror

Q3

Q4

Q5

Q6

BMK Designation

Q1 Pressure control valve front mounted mower on left

Q2 Pressure control valve front mounted mower on right

Front mounted mower on left

Front mounted mower on right

BMK

Q23

Q24

Designation

Cutting height on left 1

Cutting height on left 2

Q25 Cutting height on right 1

Q26 Cutting height right 2

Pressure control valve mower on left Q27 Swath hood on left

Left mower Q28 Swath hood on right

Q7

Q8

Pendulum stop mower on left

Lock mower on left

Q29 Side shift front mounted mower 1

Q30 Side shift front mounted mower 1

Q9 Pressure control valve mower on right Q31 Side guard front 1

Q10 Right mower Q32 Side guard front 2

Q11 Pendulum stop mower on right

Q12 Lock mower on right

Q13 Drive front mounted mower

Q14 Drive mower on left

Q15 Drive mower on right

Q16 Rear axle

Q33

Q34

Q36

Q37

Q38

Q39

CR roll distance

CR roll opening

Parking brake

Side shift front mounted mower left

Side shift front mounted mower right

Support cylinder rear axle

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BMK Designation

Q17 Front axle

Q18 Pilot valve 1

Q19 Pilot valve 2

Q20 Pressure supply valve

Q21 Cutting height front 1

Q22 Cutting height front 2

BMK Designation

Y703 High-pressure pump VCV

Y705 Wastegate control valve

Y707 High-pressure pump PCV

Y731 Injection nozzle cyl. 1

Y732 Injection nozzle cyl. 2

Y733 Injection nozzle cyl. 3

25.1.5

Error list

>>>

2

CE [ }  366]

2

DRC [ }  370]

2

KMC [ }  378]

2

TRM [ }  394]

2

CL [ }  399]

2

FM1 [ }  404]

2

FM3 [ }  409]

2

KP1 [ }  413]

2

KP2 [ }  415]

2

LC [ }  417]

2

LMBECU2 [ }  420]

2

NM [ }  458]

2

SCS [ }  460]

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Disturbances of the electrics/electronics 25.1

BMK Designation

Q51 Urea heating valve 1

Q62 Steer autopilot on right

Q63 Steer autopilot on left

Q64 Block autopilot on left

Q65 Block autopilot on right

BMK Designation

Y734 Injection nozzle cyl. 4

Y735 Injection nozzle cyl. 5

Y736 Injection nozzle cyl. 6

Y737 Injection nozzle cyl. 7

Y738 Injection nozzle cyl. 8

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Error list

Software version: D2515020073100017_200

Control unit: CE

Page 1

Error number

CE-520192-19

Error text

CAN communication - Disturbance

Description

CE-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error EEPROM error

CE-520199-12

CE-520200-12

Control unit - Internal Error

Control unit - Internal Error

RAM error

ROM error

CE-520202-2 Control unit - Logic error electronics EEPROM error

CE-520203-3 Supply voltage - Overvoltage Supply voltage is above 30 V.

CE-520203-4

CE-520223-12

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Control unit - Internal Error

Supply voltage is below 17.5 V.

Internal temperature higher than 105

°C

CE-520300-5 Fuse F42 - Ground fault

CE-520301-5

CE-520302-5

CE-520303-5

Fuse F23 Diesel engine relay for

Smart Components - Ground fault

Fuse F26 Voltage converter switchon signal - Ground fault

Fuse

- F13 ACC evaporator blower fan/

PWM

- F14 LMB-ECU2: ignition stage 2

- F28 KMC, light control unit: ignition stage 2

- F29 Steering column, armrest, function module, camera system: ignition stage 2

- F30 DRC: ignition stage 2

- Ground fault

One or more of these fuses indicate a ground fault.

Figure

Page 2

Error number

CE-520304-5

CE-520305-5

Error text

Fuse

- F15 Krone diagnostics socket: ignition stage 1

- F16 Radio, CB radio: ignition stage

1

- F17 Driver's seat: ignition stage 1

- F18

- F19 Cigarette lighter

- F31 Armrest

- F32

- F33

- Ground fault

Fuse F38 - Ground fault

Description

One or more of these fuses indicate a ground fault.

Figure

CE-520309-5 Fuse F37 - Ground fault

CE-520310-5 Fuse F20 - Ground fault

CE-520311-5 Fuse F21 - Ground fault

CE-520312-5

CE-520313-5

CE-520316-5

Fuse F25 Terminal: supply voltage -

Ground fault

Fuse F27 Steering column, radio: background lighting - Ground fault

Fuse F34 - Ground fault

CE-520320-5

CE-520322-5

Fuse

- F98 DRC, Motor Control Module: electronics supply

- F99 Diagnostics socket: ISOBUS

- F100

- F101

- F102

- Ground fault

Fuse F12 - Ground fault

One or more of these fuses indicate a ground fault.

CE-520327-19

CE-520329-19

CE-520331-19

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication problem with function module 1

CAN communication problem with function module 3

CAN communication - Disturbance Faulty configuration status function module 1

Page 3

Error number

CE-520333-19

CE-520335-19

CE-520336-19

CE-520337-19

CE-520338-19

CE-520339-19

Error text

CAN communication - Disturbance

Description

Faulty configuration status function module 3

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication problem with traction drive

CAN communication problem with

KRONE Machine Controller

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication problem with

Steering Column Switch

CAN communication problem with

Light Control Unit

CAN communication - Disturbance Monitoring of reversing alarm

Figure

CE-520340-19 CAN communication - Disturbance Monitoring of front lighting

CE-520341-19 CAN communication - Disturbance Monitoring of direction indicator

Error list

Software version: D2515020073700011_300

Control unit: DRC

Page 1

Error number

DRC-628-12

DRC-520301-3

DRC-520301-5

DRC-520301-6

DRC-520302-3

DRC-520302-5

DRC-520302-6

DRC-520303-3

DRC-520303-5

DRC-520303-6

DRC-520304-3

DRC-520304-5

DRC-520304-6

DRC-520305-3

DRC-520305-5

DRC-520305-6

Error text

Control unit - Internal Error

Description

Inform service to check DRC control unit

Figure

Valve K5 Drive pump forward - Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve K5 Drive pump forward - Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve K5 Drive pump forward - Short circuit to ground or overload

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve K6 Drive pump backward -

Short circuit after UB

Valve K6 Drive pump backward -

Cable break

Valve K6 Drive pump backward -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Valve K4 Wheel motor rear right -

Short circuit after UB

Valve K4 Wheel motor rear right -

Cable break

Valve K4 Wheel motor rear right -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Valve K3 Wheel motor rear left -

Short circuit after UB

Valve K3 Wheel motor rear left -

Cable break

Valve K3 Wheel motor rear left -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Valve K2 Wheel motor front right -

Short circuit after UB

Valve K2 Wheel motor front right -

Cable break

Valve K2 Wheel motor front right -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Page 2

Error number

DRC-520306-3

DRC-520306-6

DRC-520307-3

DRC-520307-5

DRC-520307-6

Error text

Valve K1 Wheel motor front left -

Short circuit after UB

Valve K1 Wheel motor front left -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Valve Q36 Parking brake - Short circuit after UB

DRC-520308-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

DRC-520309-3 Sensor B29 Pressure pump MA -

Short circuit after UB

DRC-520309-4

DRC-520309-5

DRC-520310-3

DRC-520310-4

DRC-520310-5

DRC-520311-3

DRC-520311-4

DRC-520314-2

DRC-520315-2

Valve Q36 Parking brake - Cable break

Valve Q36 Parking brake - Short circuit to ground or overload

Sensor B29 Pressure pump MA -

Short Cut to Ground

Sensor B29 Pressure pump MA -

Cable break

Sensor B30 Pressure pump MB -

Short circuit after UB

Sensor B30 Pressure pump MB -

Short Cut to Ground

Sensor B30 Pressure pump MB -

Cable break

Supply voltage - Overvoltage

Description

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Control lever information missing

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

On-board voltage UE+ or UL+ over 30

V

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

On-board voltage UE+ or UL+ below 17

V

Sensor B37 Wheel motor rear right -

Cable break, short circuit, or sensor defective

Sensor B36 Wheel motor rear left -

Cable break, short circuit, or sensor defective

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Figure

Page 3

Error number

DRC-520316-2

DRC-520317-2

DRC-520318-19

Error text

Sensor B35 Wheel motor front right -

Cable break, short circuit, or sensor defective

Sensor B34 Wheel motor front left -

Cable break, short circuit, or sensor defective

CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

Description

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Rotational speed information missing

Figure

DRC-520319-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

Control lever information missing

Keypad information missing DRC-520320-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

DRC-520321-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

DRC-520322-3 Output - Short circuit after UB

Release information missing

Short circuit in the wiring

DRC-520323-3

DRC-520323-4

DRC-520323-5

DRC-520324-3

DRC-520324-4

DRC-520324-5

Sensor B18 Steering angle rear axle

- Short circuit after UB

Sensor B18 Steering angle rear axle

- Short Cut to Ground

Sensor B18 Steering angle rear axle

- Cable break

Switch/momentary switch S69 Seat switch - Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor. Anti-lock braking system and traction control system deactivated.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Switch/momentary switch S69 Seat switch - Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Switch/momentary switch S69 Seat switch - Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

DRC-520326-12 Control unit - Internal Error

DRC-520327-3 Sensor B32 Druck Betriebsbremse -

Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Page 4

Error number

DRC-520327-4

DRC-520327-5

DRC-520328-3

DRC-520328-4

DRC-520328-5

DRC-520329-2

DRC-520330-3

DRC-520330-4

DRC-520330-5

DRC-520331-3

DRC-520331-4

DRC-520331-5

DRC-520332-3

DRC-520332-5

DRC-520333-3

DRC-520333-4

Error text

Sensor B32 Druck Betriebsbremse -

Short Cut to Ground

Description

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Sensor B32 Druck Betriebsbremse -

Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Sensor B33 Brake pedal angle -

Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Sensor B33 Brake pedal angle -

Short Cut to Ground

Sensor B33 Brake pedal angle -

Cable break

Brake pedal angle - Logic error electronics

Sensor B31 Swivel angle pump -

Short circuit after UB

Sensor B31 Swivel angle pump -

Short Cut to Ground

Sensor B31 Swivel angle pump -

Cable break

Sensor B17 Brake accumulator pressure - Short circuit after UB

Sensor B17 Brake accumulator pressure - Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Pedal travel and brake pressure outside the limits of normal

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Sensor B17 Brake accumulator pressure - Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Signal device P5 Reversing alarm -

Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective lamp

Signal device P5 Reversing alarm -

Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective lamp

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective lamp

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective lamp

Figure

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Error number

DRC-520333-5

DRC-520334-3

DRC-520334-4

DRC-520341-2

DRC-520342-3

DRC-520342-4

Error text

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Cable break

Description

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective lamp

Sensor B19 Parking brake pressure -

Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Sensor B19 Parking brake pressure -

Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

DRC-520334-5

DRC-520335-2

DRC-520336-2

DRC-520337-11

Sensor B19 Parking brake pressure -

Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Parking brake - Logic error electronics

Pump control - Logic error electronics

Speed sensor rear right 2WD -

General disturbance

The pressure to release the parking brake was not detected. The parking brake is applied. Machine not ready to start. Check hand lever position of hydraulic hand pump.

The movement of the captive washer deviates from the control. Machine not ready to start.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

DRC-520339-2

DRC-520339-3

DRC-520339-4

DRC-520339-5

Operation unit A5.A3 Main mode switch - Cable break, short circuit, or sensor defective

Operation unit A5.A3 Main mode switch - Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Operation unit A5.A3 Main mode switch - Short Cut to Ground

Operation unit A5.A3 Main mode switch - Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

DRC-520340-2 Captive washer - Logic error electronics

Parking brake - Logic error electronics

Valve Q64 Block autopilot on right -

Short circuit after UB

Movement of pivoting discs detected without control. Machine not ready to start.

Unauthorised pressure was detected on the parking brake. The parking brake is released. Check hand lever position of hydraulic hand pump. The machine is not secured against rolling away.

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve Q64 Block autopilot on right -

Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Figure

Page 6

Error number

DRC-520342-5

DRC-520343-3

DRC-520343-4

DRC-520343-5

DRC-520344-3

DRC-520344-4

DRC-520344-5

Error text

Valve Q64 Block autopilot on right -

Cable break

Description

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve Q65 Block autopilot on left -

Short circuit after UB

Valve Q65 Block autopilot on left -

Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve Q65 Block autopilot on left -

Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve Q62 Steer autopilot on right -

Short circuit after UB

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve Q62 Steer autopilot on right -

Short Cut to Ground

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Valve Q62 Steer autopilot on right -

Cable break

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

DRC-520345-3

DRC-520345-4

DRC-520345-5

DRC-520347-3

Valve Q63 Steer autopilot on left -

Short circuit after UB

Valve Q63 Steer autopilot on left -

Short Cut to Ground

Valve Q63 Steer autopilot on left -

Cable break

Sensor B20 Steering pressure -

Short circuit after UB

DRC-520347-4

DRC-520347-5

DRC-520348-2

DRC-520349-2

Sensor B20 Steering pressure -

Short Cut to Ground

Sensor B20 Steering pressure -

Cable break

Automatic steering system - Logic error electronics

Startup conditions - Logic error electronics

DRC-520350-11 Reaction Power Off - General disturbance

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective valve

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Cable break or short circuit in the wiring or defective sensor

Steering movement contrary to control detected.

Figure

Page 7

Error number

DRC-520351-11

Error text

Reaction quick-stop forward -

General disturbance

DRC-520352-11 Reaction quick-stop backward -

General disturbance

DRC-520353-31 Reaction stop ramp - Condition is available

DRC-520354-31 Reaction limited operation - Condition is available

DRC-520356-16 Diesel max. - Upper limit value exceeded

Description

DRC-520359-5 Actuator M1 Starter - Cable break Cable break and short circuit in the wiring or defective relay

DRC-520360-18 Charge pressure - Lower limit value below minimum

Fault in the pipework or defective drive pump

DRC-520361-2

DRC-520362-7

DRC-520363-2

Machine configuration - Logic error electronics

Permanently actuated seat switch -

Logic fault mechanics

A wrong machine configuration has been detected. Install a parameter set that corresponds to the machine type.

Check function of seat switch

Cruise control - Logic error electronics

Brake actuation identified

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020084800109_000

Control unit: KMC

Page 1

Error number

KMC-520192-19

Error text

CAN1 - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-520193-19 CAN2 - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-520194-19 CAN3 - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-520195-19 CAN4 - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-520232-12

KMC-520234-31

KMC-521100-3

KMC-521100-4

KMC-521100-5

KMC-521100-6

KMC-521101-3

KMC-521101-4

KMC-521101-5

KMC-521101-6

KMC-521102-3

Vehicle Identification Number -

Internal Error

System check with KMC failed -

Condition is available

Voltage group UB1 - Overvoltage

Voltage group UB1 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group UB1 - Ground fault

Voltage group UB1 - Overload

Voltage group UB2 - Overvoltage

Voltage group UB2 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group UB2 - Ground fault

Voltage group UB2 - Overload

Voltage group UB3 - Overvoltage

Description

There is a CAN disturbance between control units on CAN 1.

Figure

There is a CAN disturbance between control units on CAN 2.

There is a CAN disturbance between control units on CAN 3.

There is a CAN disturbance between control units on CAN 4.

An internal error in the control unit which was actuated by defective software or hardware.

The vehicle identification number has not been initialised.

With the KMC the cross-controller adjustment of system-relevant machine data has failed.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too high.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too low.

A ground fault has occurred on the supply voltage.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too high.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too low.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too high.

Page 2

Error number

KMC-521102-4

KMC-521102-5

KMC-521102-6

KMC-521103-3

Error text

Voltage group UB3 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group UB3 - Ground fault

KMC-521103-4

KMC-521103-5

Voltage group UB4 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group UB4 - Ground fault

KMC-521103-6

KMC-521104-3

KMC-521104-4

KMC-521104-5

KMC-521104-6

KMC-521105-3

KMC-521105-4

KMC-521105-5

KMC-521105-6

KMC-521106-11

Voltage group UB3 - Overload

Voltage group UB4 - Overvoltage

Voltage group UB4 - Overload

Voltage group UB5 - Overvoltage

Voltage group UB5 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group UB5 - Ground fault

Voltage group UB5 - Overload

Voltage group UB6 - Overvoltage

Voltage group UB6 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group UB6 - Ground fault

Voltage group UB6 - Overload

Supply voltage sensors - General disturbance

Description

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too low.

Figure

A ground fault has occurred on the supply voltage.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too high.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too low.

A ground fault has occurred on the supply voltage.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too high.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too low.

A ground fault has occurred on the supply voltage.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too high.

The input voltage of the corresponding voltage group is too low.

A ground fault has occurred on the supply voltage.

The maximum load on the supply voltage has been exceeded.

The voltage has been switched off due to an overload or a short circuit on the supply voltage of the sensors.

Page 3

Error number

KMC-521107-3

KMC-521107-4 Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

KMC-521108-11 Control unit - General disturbance

KMC-521109-11

KMC-521110-11

KMC-521111-11

KMC-521112-11

Error text

Supply voltage - Overvoltage

Control unit - General disturbance

Control unit - General disturbance

Control unit - General disturbance

Control unit - General disturbance

Description

The power supply on the UE connection is too high.

The power supply on the UE connection is too low.

The voltage group relay UB1 has not passed the self-test.

Figure

The voltage group relay UB2 has not passed the self-test.

The voltage group relay UB3 has not passed the self-test.

The voltage group relay UB4 has not passed the self-test.

The voltage group relay UB5 has not passed the self-test.

KMC-521113-11 Control unit - General disturbance The voltage group relay UB6 has not passed the self-test.

KMC-521114-11

KMC-521115-11

KMC-521116-11

KMC-521117-11

KMC-521118-11

KMC-521320-2

Sensor supply voltage U1 - General disturbance

Sensor supply voltage U2 - General disturbance

Sensor supply voltage U3 - General disturbance

Sensor supply voltage U4 - General disturbance

Voltage group relay UB2 - General disturbance

Machine configuration - Logic error electronics

The voltage group Uext1 for supplying the sensors is defective, for example due to overload or short circuit.

The voltage group Uext2 for supplying the sensors is defective, for example due to overload or short circuit.

The voltage group Uext3 for supplying the sensors is defective, for example due to overload or short circuit.

The voltage group Uext4 for supplying the sensors is defective, for example due to overload or short circuit.

Platform fault for BiG X only: A disturbance was detected at the intake/header (broken cable/short circuit to one of the valves Q55 - Q58 or a broken cable/short circuit from relay Q72). The voltage group relay

UB2 was therefore switched off.

Configuration of the machine is not compatible with the hardware.

KMC-521350-11 Control unit - General disturbance

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Error number

KMC-521351-11

Error text

Control unit - General disturbance

Description

KMC-503627-13

KMC-503628-13

KMC-503629-13

KMC-503630-13

KMC-503631-18

Front axle position road mode -

Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Front axle position field mode -

Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Rear axle position road mode -

Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Rear axle position field mode -

Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Hydraulic pump cold protection -

Lower limit value below minimum

KMC-503636-31 Speed of left mower not detected -

Condition is available

Engine speed was limited due to low outside temperature.

KMC-503632-31

KMC-503633-31

KMC-503634-31

KMC-503635-31

Movement of rear axle in wrong direction detected - Condition is available

Movement of front axle in wrong direction detected - Condition is available

Speed of front mounted mower not detected - Condition is available

Speed of right mower not detected -

Condition is available

Actuation of axles was terminated because of the sensor signal.

Actuation of axles was terminated because of the sensor signal.

Drive front mounted mower was switched off because of insufficient mower speed.

Drive of left mower was switched off because of insufficient mower speed.

Drive of left mower was switched off because of insufficient mower speed.

KMC-503637-13 Engine oil level - Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Problem with filling level sensor for engine oil.

KMC-503637-18 Engine oil level - Lower limit value below minimum

Engine oil level too low

KMC-512626-31 Machine height not detected -

Condition is available

KMC-520203-13

KMC-520233-12

Machine configuration - Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

System check for control units -

Internal Error

Machine height could not be specified

Configuration of the machine outside the permitted range

At least one control unit includes an incorrect vehicle identification number.

Figure

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Error number

KMC-520235-31

KMC-520236-31

KMC-520237-31

KMC-520238-31

KMC-521108-2

KMC-521200-3

Error text

System check with Motor Control

Module failed - Condition is available

System check with DRC (traction drive) failed - Condition is available

System check with CE (central electrical system) failed - Condition is available

System check with TRM (terminal) failed - Condition is available

Control unit - Logic error electronics

Sensor B10 Inclination front mounted mower - Short circuit after UB

Description

With the Motor Control Module the cross-controller adjustment of systemrelevant machine data has failed.

Figure

With the traction drive control unit the cross-controller adjustment of systemrelevant machine data has failed.

With the central electronics the crosscontroller adjustment of systemrelevant machine data has failed.

With the terminal the cross-controller adjustment of system-relevant machine data has failed.

The state of the main mode switch or seat contact switch was transmitted incorrectly from the DRC.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

KMC-521200-4

KMC-521201-3

KMC-521201-4

KMC-521202-3

Sensor B10 Inclination front mounted mower - Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B12 Inclination mower on left

- Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B12 Inclination mower on left

- Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B11 Inclination mower on right - Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

KMC-521202-4

KMC-521203-3

KMC-521203-4

KMC-521204-3

KMC-521204-4

Sensor B11 Inclination mower on right - Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B21 Rotational speed front mounted mower - Cable break

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B21 Rotational speed front mounted mower - Short circuit to ground or UB

Sensor B22 Rotational speed of left mower - Cable break

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B22 Rotational speed of left mower - Short circuit to ground or UB

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

KMC-521205-3 Sensor B24 Rotational speed of right mower - Cable break

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

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Error number

KMC-521205-4

Error text

Sensor B24 Rotational speed of right mower - Short circuit to ground or UB

Description

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Figure

KMC-521206-3

KMC-521206-4

KMC-521207-3

KMC-521207-4

KMC-521208-3

KMC-521208-4

KMC-521209-3

KMC-521209-4

KMC-521210-3

KMC-521210-4

KMC-521211-3

KMC-521211-4

KMC-521212-3

KMC-521212-4

KMC-521213-3

Sensor B23 Rotational speed auger conveyor on left - Cable break

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B23 Rotational speed auger conveyor on left - Short circuit to ground or UB

Sensor B25 Rotational speed auger conveyor on right - Cable break

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B25 Rotational speed auger conveyor on right - Short circuit to ground or UB

Sensor B16 Return suction filter -

Short circuit after UB

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B16 Return suction filter -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B28 Fuel tank filling level -

Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B28 Fuel tank filling level -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B14 Constant pressure -

Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B14 Constant pressure -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B13 Position side shift front mounted mower - Short circuit after

UB

Sensor B13 Position side shift front mounted mower - Cable break or short circuit to ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B7 Position rear axle - Short circuit after UB

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B7 Position rear axle - Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B1 Position front mounted mower on left - Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Page 7

Error number

KMC-521213-4

KMC-521214-3

KMC-521214-4

KMC-521215-3

KMC-521215-4

KMC-521216-3

KMC-521216-4

KMC-521217-3

KMC-521217-4

KMC-521218-3

KMC-521218-4

Error text

Sensor B1 Position front mounted mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B2 Position front mounted mower on right - Short circuit after

UB

Sensor B2 Position front mounted mower on right - Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B3 Position mower on left -

Short circuit after UB

Description

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Figure

Sensor B3 Position mower on left -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B5 Position mower on right -

Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B5 Position mower on right -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B9 Position front axle - Short circuit after UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B9 Position front axle - Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B4 Transport mower left -

Cable break

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B4 Transport mower left -

Short circuit to ground or UB

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

KMC-521219-3

KMC-521219-4

KMC-521220-3

KMC-521220-4

KMC-521223-3

Sensor B6 Transport mower right -

Cable break

Sensor B6 Transport mower right -

Short circuit to ground or UB

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B26 Rotational speed front cutterbar - Cable break

There is a cable break in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Sensor B26 Rotational speed front cutterbar - Short circuit to ground or

UB

Sensor B56 Gearbox oil pressure -

Short circuit after UB

There is a short circuit to ground or UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Page 8

Error number

KMC-521223-4

KMC-521224-3

Error text

Sensor B56 Gearbox oil pressure -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

Sensor B27 Hydraulic oil filling level -

Short circuit after UB

Description

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

There is a short circuit to UB in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Figure

KMC-521224-4

KMC-521352-12

Sensor B27 Hydraulic oil filling level -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to ground in the wiring or the sensor is defective.

Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-521354-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-521355-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-521356-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-521357-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-521358-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KMC-521404-3

KMC-521404-6

Valve Q18 Pilot valve 1 - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q18 Pilot valve 1 - Short Cut to

Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521405-3

KMC-521405-6

Valve Q19 Pilot valve 2 - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q19 Pilot valve 2 - Short Cut to

Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521406-3

KMC-521406-6

KMC-521407-3

Valve Q21 Cutting height front 1 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q21 Cutting height front 1 -

Short Cut to Ground

Valve Q22 Cutting height front 2 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Page 9

Error number

KMC-521407-6

KMC-521408-3

KMC-521408-6

Error text

Valve Q22 Cutting height front 2 -

Short Cut to Ground

Description

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Figure

Valve Q23 Cutting height on left 1 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q23 Cutting height on left 1 -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521409-3

KMC-521409-6

Valve Q24 Cutting height on left 2 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q24 Cutting height on left 2 -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521410-3

KMC-521410-6

Valve Q25 Cutting height on right 1 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q25 Cutting height on right 1 -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521411-3

KMC-521411-6

KMC-521412-3

KMC-521412-6

Valve Q26 Cutting height right 2 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q26 Cutting height right 2 -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Valve Q13 Front mounted mower drive - Cable break or short circuit to

UB

Valve Q13 Front mounted mower drive - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521413-3

KMC-521413-6

KMC-521414-3

KMC-521414-6

Valve Q14 Drive mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Valve Q14 Drive mower on left - Short

Cut to Ground

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Valve Q15 Drive mower on right -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q15 Drive mower on right -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521415-3 Valve Q33 CR roll distance - Cable break or short circuit to UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Error number

KMC-521415-6

KMC-521416-3

KMC-521416-6

Error text

Valve Q33 CR roll distance - Short

Cut to Ground

Valve Q34 CR roll opening - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q34 CR roll opening - Short

Cut to Ground

Description

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Figure

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521418-3

KMC-521418-6

KMC-521419-3

KMC-521419-6

KMC-521420-3

KMC-521420-6

Valve Q1 Pressure control valve front mounted mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q1 Pressure control valve front mounted mower on left - Short Cut to

Ground

Valve Q2 Pressure control valve front mounted mower on right - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q2 Pressure control valve front mounted mower on right - Short Cut to Ground

Valve Q5 Pressure control valve mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q5 Pressure control valve mower on left - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a cable break in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521421-3

KMC-521421-6

Valve Q9 Pressure control valve mower on right - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q9 Pressure control valve mower on right - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521422-3

KMC-521422-6

KMC-521423-3

KMC-521423-6

KMC-521424-3

Valve Q20 Pressure supply valve -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q20 Pressure supply valve -

Short Cut to Ground

Valve Q31 Mower side guard 1 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q31 Mower side guard 1 -

Short Cut to Ground

Valve Q32 Mower side guard 2 -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Page 10

Error number

KMC-521424-6

KMC-521425-3

KMC-521425-6

Error text

Valve Q32 Mower side guard 2 -

Short Cut to Ground

Description

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective

Figure

Valve Q30 Side shift front mounted mower 1 - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q30 Side shift front mounted mower 1 - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521426-3

KMC-521426-6

Valve Q29 Side shift front mounted mower 2 - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q29 Side shift front mounted mower 2 - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521427-3

KMC-521427-6

Valve Q16 Rear axle - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q16 Rear axle - Short Cut to

Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521428-3

KMC-521428-6

Valve Q3 Front mounted mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to

UB

Valve Q3 Front mounted mower on left - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521429-3

KMC-521429-6

Valve Q4 Front mounted mower on right - Cable break or short circuit to

UB

Valve Q4 Front mounted mower on right - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521430-3

KMC-521430-6

Valve Q6 Left mower - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q6 Left mower - Short Cut to

Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521431-3

KMC-521431-6

Valve Q10 Mower right - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q10 Mower right - Short Cut to

Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521432-3 Valve Q7 Pendulum stop mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to

UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Page 11

Error number

KMC-521432-6

Error text

Valve Q7 Pendulum stop mower on left - Short Cut to Ground

Description

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Figure

KMC-521433-3

KMC-521433-6

Valve Q11 Pendulum stop mower on right - Cable break or short circuit to

UB

Valve Q11 Pendulum stop mower on right - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521434-3

KMC-521434-6

KMC-521435-3

KMC-521435-6

Valve Q27 Swath hood on left - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q27 Swath hood on left - Short

Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Valve Q28 Swath hood on right -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q28 Swath hood on right -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521436-3

KMC-521436-6

Valve Q8 Lock mower on left - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q8 Lock mower on left - Short

Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521437-3

KMC-521437-6

KMC-521438-3

KMC-521438-6

Valve Q12 Lock mower on right -

Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q12 Lock mower on right -

Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Valve Q17 Front axle - Cable break or short circuit to UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Valve Q17 Front axle - Short Cut to

Ground

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521439-3

KMC-521439-6

Valve G5 Pump central lubrication unit - Cable break or short circuit to

UB

Valve G5 Pump central lubrication unit - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521441-3 Valve Q37 Side shift front mounted mower left - Cable break or short circuit to UB

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Page 12

Error number

KMC-521441-6

Error text

Valve Q37 Side shift front mounted mower left - Short Cut to Ground

Description

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

Figure

KMC-521442-3

KMC-521442-6

Valve Q38 Side shift front mounted mower right - Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q38 Side shift front mounted mower right - Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521443-3

KMC-521443-6

Valve Q39 Support cylinder rear axle

- Cable break or short circuit to UB

Valve Q39 Support cylinder rear axle

- Short Cut to Ground

There is a cable break or short circuit to UB in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

There is a short circuit to ground in the wiring or the actuator is defective.

KMC-521600-31 Air filter soiled - Condition is available

KMC-521601-31 Slip front mounted mower - Condition is available

KMC-521602-31 Slip mower left - Condition is available

KMC-521603-31 Slip right mower - Condition is available

KMC-521604-31 Slip auger conveyor on left -

Condition is available

KMC-521605-31 Slip auger conveyor on right -

Condition is available

KMC-521606-31

KMC-521607-31

Valve Q13 Front mounted mower drive - Condition is available

Valve Q14 Drive mower on left -

Condition is available

Drive front mounted mower was switched off because of slip of mower.

Drive mower on left was switched off due to mower slip.

KMC-521608-31 Valve Q15 Drive mower on right -

Condition is available

KMC-521609-13

KMC-521610-13

Axis position road mode - Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Axis position field mode - Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

Drive mower on right was switched off due to mower slip.

Page 13

Error number

KMC-521611-31

KMC-521612-31

Error text

Automatic axle adjustment timeout -

Condition is available

Description

The automatic function of the axle adjustment has not been completed within the defined time.

Transport position mower on left not detected - Condition is available

KMC-521613-31 Transport position mower on right not detected - Condition is available

Figure

KMC-521614-31 Return flow suction filter dirty -

Condition is available

KMC-521615-18 Hydraulic oil filling level - Lower limit value below minimum

KMC-521616-31

KMC-521617-16

Pressure filter for work/steering hydraulics dirty - Condition is available

Rotational speed auger conveyor on left - Upper limit value exceeded

KMC-521618-16 Rotational speed auger conveyor on right - Upper limit value exceeded

KMC-521619-2

KMC-521620-18

Sensor B49 Switch central lubrication cycle - Logic error electronics

Gearbox oil pressure monitoring -

Lower limit value below minimum

KMC-521621-18

KMC-521623-31

Sensor B48 Filling level of central lubrication unit - Lower limit value below minimum

Valve Q14 Drive mower on left -

Condition is available

KMC-521624-31 Valve Q15 Drive mower on right -

Condition is available

Drive mower on left was switched off due to auger conveyor slip.

Drive mower on right was switched off due to auger conveyor slip.

KMC-521625-16 Hydraulic oil filling level - Upper limit value exceeded

KMC-521627-31 Slip front cutterbar - Condition is available

Slip front cutterbar

KMC-521628-31 Valve Q13 Front mounted mower drive - Condition is available

Drive of front mounted mower was switched off because cutterbar was slipping.

Page 14

Error number

KMC-521676-12

Error text

Control unit - Internal Error

Description

KMC-521800-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-521801-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-521802-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-521803-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-521804-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

KMC-521805-19 CAN communication - CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication problem with traction drive

CAN communication problem with terminal

CAN communication problem with engine

CAN communication problem with joystick

CAN communication problem with keypad 1

CAN communication problem with keypad 2

Figure

Page 15

Error list

Software version: D2515020145300209_000

Control unit: TRM

Page 1

Error number

TRM-521000-19

TRM-521001-19

TRM-521002-19

TRM-521003-19

TRM-521004-19

Error text

CAN communication machine bus -

CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication engine bus -

CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication auxiliary bus -

CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication machine bus -

CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication - Disturbance

Description

CAN communication problem with

KRONE Machine Controller

CAN communication problem with

KRONE Machine Controller

CAN communication problem with

KRONE Machine Controller

CAN communication problem with navigation module

Figure

TRM-521005-19

TRM-521006-19

TRM-522001-12

CAN communication machine bus -

CAN disturbance between control units

CAN communication ISO bus 0 -

CAN disturbance between control units

Control unit - Internal Error

CAN communication problem with automatic climate control

CAN communication problem with

KRONE SmartConnect

FRAM error

TRM-522002-2 Control unit - Logic error electronics FRAM error

TRM-522003-11 Background lighting - General disturbance

TRM-522004-12 Control unit - Internal Error Temperature sensor

TRM-522005-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522006-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522008-12 Control unit - Internal Error Main processor timeout

TRM-522009-12 Control unit - Internal Error

TRM-522010-4 Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Supply voltage not stable during startup

Page 2

Error number

TRM-522014-4

TRM-522015-4

TRM-522016-11

Error text

Internal supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Description

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Control unit - General disturbance

External voltage too low during the heating process

Temperature too high/low

Figure

TRM-522017-11 Temperature sensor - General disturbance

TRM-522018-11 Control unit - General disturbance

TRM-522019-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522020-2 Control unit - Logic error electronics FRAM memory

TRM-522021-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522022-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522023-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522024-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522025-11 Control unit - General disturbance System supervisor error

TRM-522040-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522041-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522042-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522043-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

Page 3

Error number

TRM-522044-11

Error text

Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522045-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522046-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522047-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522048-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522049-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522050-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522051-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522052-11 Internal supply voltage - General disturbance

TRM-522101-12 Control unit - Internal Error

Description

FRAM error

TRM-522102-12 Control unit - Internal Error FRAM error

TRM-522103-12 Control unit - Internal Error

TRM-522105-12 Control unit - Internal Error

TRM-522106-4

TRM-522107-16

Control unit - Undervoltage detected Supply voltage not stable during startup

Control unit - Upper limit value exceeded

Internal temperature higher than 95 °C or temperature sensor defective

TRM-522110-12 Control unit - Internal Error System supervisor error

Figure

Page 4

Error number

TRM-522111-12

Error text

Control unit - Internal Error

TRM-522112-12

TRM-522113-12

Control unit - Internal Error

Control unit - Internal Error

TRM-522114-12 Control unit - Internal Error

TRM-522115-12 Control unit - Internal Error

Description

FRAM error

System supervisor error

System supervisor error

System supervisor error

TRM-522116-12

TRM-522117-12

Control unit - Internal Error

Control unit - Internal Error

System supervisor error

System supervisor error

TRM-522125-4

TRM-522126-4

TRM-522127-4

Internal supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

The internal supply voltage is below 12

V.

Internal supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

The internal supply voltage is below

5.5 V.

Internal supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

The internal supply voltage is below

3.3 V.

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020061700006_200

Control unit: CL

Page 1

Error number

CL-2660-15

CL-2661-15

CL-2692-7

CL-2697-15

CL-2698-15

CL-3840-7

Error text

Control unit

Control unit

Description

X-axle plausibility error

Y-axle plausibility error

"Activation traction drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit X-axle plausibility error

CL-3841-7

CL-3842-7

CL-3843-7

CL-3844-7

CL-3845-7

CL-3846-7

CL-3847-7

CL-3848-7

CL-3849-7

CL-3850-7

Control unit

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Y-axle plausibility error

Figure

Page 2

Error number

CL-3851-7

CL-3852-7

CL-3853-7

CL-3854-7

CL-3855-7

CL-3856-7

CL-3857-7

CL-3858-7

CL-3859-7

CL-3872-7

CL-3873-7

CL-3874-7

CL-3875-7

CL-3876-7

CL-3877-7

CL-3878-7

Error text

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

"Memory 1" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Memory 2" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Memory 3" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Memory 4" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Switch on autopilot" key - Key pressed when system starts

“Lower mowers automatically” key -

Key pressed when system starts

"Main rocker top (2nd step)" key -

Key pressed when system starts

Description Figure

Page 3

Error number

CL-3879-7

CL-3880-7

CL-3881-7

CL-3882-7

CL-3883-7

CL-3884-7

CL-3885-7

CL-3886-7

CL-3887-7

CL-3888-7

CL-3889-7

CL-3890-7

CL-3891-7

CL-3892-7

CL-3893-7

CL-3894-7

Error text

"Semi-automatically raise mowers" key - Key pressed when system starts

“Raise mowers automatically” key -

Key pressed when system starts

Description

"Left front mounted mower side shift" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Right front mounted mower side shift" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Automatically lower mower on left" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Rocker top left (2nd step)" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Semi-automatically raise mower on left" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Automatically raise mower on left" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Automatically lower front mounted mower" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Rocker top centre (2nd step)" key -

Key pressed when system starts

"Semi-automatically raise front mounted mower" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Automatically raise front mounted mower" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Automatically lower mower on right" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Rocker top right (2nd step)" key -

Key pressed when system starts

"Semi-automatically raise mower on right" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Automatically raise mower on right" key - Key pressed when system starts

Figure

Page 4

Error number

CL-521192-13

Error text

Control unit

CL-521193-13 Control unit

CL-521196-3 Sensor X-axle 1 - Overvoltage

CL-521196-4

CL-521197-3

Sensor X-axle 1 - Undervoltage detected

Sensor X-axle 2 - Overvoltage

CL-521197-4

CL-521198-3

Sensor X-axle 2 - Undervoltage detected

Sensor Y-axle 1 - Overvoltage

CL-521198-4

CL-521199-3

Sensor Y-axle 1 - Undervoltage detected

Sensor Y-axle 2 - Overvoltage

CL-521199-4

CL-521250-14

Sensor Y-axle 2 - Undervoltage detected

Control unit

Description

EEPROM error

EEPROM error

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020073000010_000

Control unit: FM1

Page 1

Error number

FM1-3509-3

Error text

Sensor supply voltage - Overvoltage

Description

FM1-3509-4 Sensor supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

FM1-520192-19 CAN communication - Disturbance

FM1-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error EEPROM error

FM1-520199-12 Control unit - Internal Error

FM1-520200-12 Control unit - Internal Error

FM1-520203-3

FM1-520203-4

FM1-520205-3

FM1-520205-4

FM1-520206-3

FM1-520206-4

FM1-520207-3

FM1-520207-4

FM1-520208-3

FM1-520208-4

Supply voltage - Overvoltage

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 1 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 1 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 2 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 2 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 3 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 3 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 4 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 4 - Undervoltage detected

RAM error

ROM error

Supply voltage is above 30 V.

Supply voltage is below 17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 1 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 1 is below

17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 2 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 2 is below

17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 3 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 3 is below

17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 4 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 4 is below

17.5 V.

Figure

Page 2

Error number

FM1-520223-12

FM1-520300-5

FM1-520300-6

FM1-520301-5

FM1-520301-6

FM1-520302-5

Error text

Control unit - Internal Error

Description

Internal temperature higher than 105

°C

Figure

Lamp

- E13 Dipped/high beam right

- E14 Dipped/high beam left

- Cable break

Lamp

- E13 Dipped/high beam right

- E14 Dipped/high beam left

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E17 Direction indicator cabin platform left - Cable break

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

Lamp E17 Direction indicator cabin platform left - Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E28 Warning beacon front -

Cable break

FM1-520302-6

FM1-520303-5

FM1-520303-6

FM1-520304-5

FM1-520304-6

FM1-520305-5

FM1-520305-6

FM1-520306-5

Lamp E28 Warning beacon front -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E15 Direction indicator/front position lamp left - Cable break

Lamp E15 Direction indicator/front position lamp left - Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E9 Cabin roof left working light rear

- E10 Cabin roof right working light rear

- Cable break

Lamp

- E9 Cabin roof left working light rear

- E10 Cabin roof right working light rear

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E13 Dipped/high beam right

- E14 Dipped/high beam left

- Cable break

Lamp

- E13 Dipped/high beam right

- E14 Dipped/high beam left

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E7 Working light front guard left

- E8 Working lights front guard right

- Cable break

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

Page 3

Error number

FM1-520306-6

FM1-520307-5

FM1-520307-6

FM1-520308-5

FM1-520308-6

FM1-520309-5

FM1-520309-6

FM1-520310-5

FM1-520310-6

FM1-520311-5

Error text

Lamp

- E7 Working light front guard left

- E8 Working lights front guard right

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Engine

- M4 Mirror left

- M5 Mirror right on right

- M6 Anti-collision mirror

- Cable break

Engine

- M4 Mirror left

- M5 Mirror right on right

- M6 Anti-collision mirror

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E2 Working light cabin roof right inside

- E4 Working light cabin roof left centre

- E5 Working light cabin roof right centre

- Cable break

Lamp

- E2 Working light cabin roof right inside

- E4 Working light cabin roof left centre

- E5 Working light cabin roof right centre

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E1 Working light cabin roof left inside

- E3 Working light cabin roof left outside

- E6 Working light cabin roof right outside

- Cable break

Lamp

- E1 Working light cabin roof left inside

- E3 Working light cabin roof left outside

- E6 Working light cabin roof right outside

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E16 Direction indicator/front position lamp right - Cable break

Description

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

One or more of these mirrors indicate a cable break.

One or more of these mirrors indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

Figure

Lamp E16 Direction indicator/front position lamp right - Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E17 Direction indicator cabin platform left - Cable break

Page 4

Error number

FM1-520311-6

FM1-520312-5

Error text

Lamp E17 Direction indicator cabin platform left - Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E23 Interior lamp - Cable break

Description

FM1-520312-6

FM1-520313-5

Lamp E23 Interior lamp - Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E23 Interior lamp - Cable break

FM1-520313-6

FM1-520314-5

FM1-520314-6

FM1-520315-5

Lamp E23 Interior lamp - Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E24 Ladder lighting 1

- E25 Ladder lighting 2

- E26 Ladder lighting 3

- Cable break

Lamp

- E24 Ladder lighting 1

- E25 Ladder lighting 2

- E26 Ladder lighting 3

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E18 Direction indicator cabin platform right - Cable break

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

FM1-520315-6

FM1-520316-19

Lamp E18 Direction indicator cabin platform right - Short circuit to ground or overload

CAN communication - Disturbance

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020073000010_000

Control unit: FM3

Page 1

Error number

FM3-3509-3

Error text

Sensor supply voltage - Overvoltage

Description

FM3-3509-4 Sensor supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

FM3-520192-19 CAN communication - Disturbance

FM3-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error EEPROM error

FM3-520199-12 Control unit - Internal Error

FM3-520200-12 Control unit - Internal Error

FM3-520203-3

FM3-520203-4

FM3-520205-3

FM3-520205-4

FM3-520206-3

FM3-520206-4

FM3-520207-3

FM3-520207-4

FM3-520208-3

FM3-520208-4

Supply voltage - Overvoltage

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 1 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 1 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 2 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 2 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 3 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 3 - Undervoltage detected

Voltage group 4 - Overvoltage

Voltage group 4 - Undervoltage detected

RAM error

ROM error

Supply voltage is above 30 V.

Supply voltage is below 17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 1 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 1 is below

17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 2 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 2 is below

17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 3 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 3 is below

17.5 V.

The supply of voltage group 4 is above

30 V.

The supply of voltage group 4 is below

17.5 V.

Figure

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Error number

FM3-520223-12

FM3-520300-5

FM3-520300-6

FM3-520301-5

FM3-520301-6

FM3-520302-5

FM3-520302-6

FM3-520303-5

FM3-520303-6

FM3-520304-5

FM3-520304-6

FM3-520305-5

FM3-520305-6

FM3-520306-5

FM3-520306-6

FM3-520308-5

Error text

Control unit - Internal Error

Description

Internal temperature higher than 105

°C

Figure

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Cable break

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E20 Rear position lamp right -

Cable break

Lamp E20 Rear position lamp right -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Cable break

Lamp E19 Rear position lamp left -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E20 Rear position lamp right -

Cable break

Lamp E20 Rear position lamp right -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Signal device

- P5 Reversing alarm

- A30 The camera system

- Cable break

Signal device

- P5 Reversing alarm

- A30 The camera system

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp

- E11 Left working light

- E12 Right working light

- Cable break

Lamp

- E11 Left working light

- E12 Right working light

- Short circuit to ground or overload

Engine M3 Windscreen water pump -

Cable break

One or more of these signal units indicate a cable break.

One or more of these signal units indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

Engine M3 Windscreen water pump -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E30 Warning beacon rear -

Cable break

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Error number

FM3-520308-6

FM3-520309-5

FM3-520309-6

Error text

Lamp E30 Warning beacon rear -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Lamp E35 "Working light rear" -

Cable break

Lamp E35 "Working light rear" -

Short circuit to ground or overload

Description

FM3-520313-5

FM3-520313-6

FM3-520316-19

Lamp

- E36 Maintenance lighting 1

- E37 Maintenance lighting 2

- E38 Maintenance lighting 3

- E39 Tool box

- Cable break

Lamp

- E36 Maintenance lighting 1

- E37 Maintenance lighting 2

- E38 Maintenance lighting 3

- E39 Tool box

- Short circuit to ground or overload

CAN communication - Disturbance

One or more of these lamps indicate a cable break.

One or more of these lamps indicate a short circuit to ground or overload.

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020073300007_300

Control unit: KP1

Page 1

Error number

KP1-3904-7

KP1-3905-7

KP1-3906-7

KP1-3907-7

KP1-3908-7

KP1-3909-7

Error text

"Switch off all drives" key - Key pressed when system starts

“Switch on drives” key - Key pressed when system starts

Description

"M" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Mowers and drives" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Switch off front drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Switch on front drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

KP1-3910-7

KP1-3911-7

KP1-3912-7

KP1-3913-7

"Switch off left drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Switch on left drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Reduce diesel engine speed" key -

Key pressed when system starts

"Increase diesel engine speed" key -

Key pressed when system starts

KP1-3914-7

KP1-3915-7

"Switch off right drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Switch on right drive" key - Key pressed when system starts

KP1-520192-19 CAN communication - Disturbance

KP1-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error

KP1-520203-3 Supply voltage - Overvoltage

KP1-520203-4 Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020073400007_300

Control unit: KP2

Page 1

Error number

KP2-3904-7

KP2-3905-7

KP2-3906-7

KP2-3907-7

KP2-3908-7

KP2-3909-7

Error text

"Traction control system" key - Key pressed when system starts

Description

"Parking brake" key - Key pressed when system starts

"PowerSplit" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Diesel engine speed" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Fold up side guard" key - Key pressed when system starts

“Fold down side guards” key - Key pressed when system starts

KP2-3910-7

KP2-3911-7

KP2-3912-7

KP2-3913-7

"Lower front and rear axle" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Raise front and rear axle" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Close right swath hood" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Open right swath hood" key - Key pressed when system starts

KP2-3914-7

KP2-3915-7

"Close left swath hood" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Open left swath hood" key - Key pressed when system starts

KP2-520192-19 CAN communication - Disturbance

KP2-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error EEPROM error

KP2-520203-3

KP2-520203-4

Supply voltage - Overvoltage

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Supply voltage is above 30 V.

Supply voltage is below 17.5 V.

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020073600007_300

Control unit: LC

Page 1

Error number

LC-3904-7

LC-3905-7

LC-3906-7

LC-3907-7

LC-3908-7

LC-3909-7

LC-3910-7

LC-3911-7

LC-3912-7

LC-3913-7

LC-3914-7

LC-3915-7

LC-3916-7

LC-3917-7

LC-3918-7

LC-3919-7

Error text

"Right wiper" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Left wiper" key - Key pressed when system starts

Description

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

"Warning beacon" key - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

“Working lights (all)” key - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Figure

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Error number

LC-3920-7

LC-3921-7

LC-3922-7

LC-3923-7

LC-3924-7

LC-3925-7

LC-3926-7

LC-3927-7

LC-3930-7

LC-3931-7

LC-520192-19

Error text

"Right outside rear-view mirror" key -

Key pressed when system starts

Description

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

Control unit - Key pressed when system starts

"Mirror adjustment direction left" key

- Key pressed when system starts

"Mirror adjustment direction down" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Left outside rear-view mirror" key -

Key pressed when system starts

“Anti-collision mirror” key - Key pressed when system starts

"Mirror adjustment direction right" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Mirror adjustment direction up" key -

Key pressed when system starts

CAN communication - Disturbance

LC-520198-12

LC-520200-12

Control unit - Internal Error

Control unit - Internal Error

EEPROM error

Flash fault

LC-520203-3 Supply voltage - Overvoltage

LC-520203-4 Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

Supply voltage is above 30 V.

Supply voltage is below 17.5 V.

Figure

Error list

Software version: _

Control unit: LMBECU2

Page 1

Error number

LMBECU2-94-0

Error text

Fuel supply - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

Description

LMBECU2-94-1 Fuel supply - Pressure - lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-94-3

LMBECU2-94-4

Fuel supply Sensor B702 Fuel pressure sensor - Short circuit after

UB

Fuel supply Sensor B702 Fuel pressure sensor - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-94-15 Fuel supply - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded slightly

LMBECU2-97-0 Sensor B54 Water in fuel - Soiling

LMBECU2-97-3 Sensor B54 Water in fuel - Short circuit to UB or cable break

LMBECU2-97-4 Sensor B54 Water in fuel - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-97-5 Sensor B54 Water in fuel - Cable break

LMBECU2-97-11 Sensor B54 Water in fuel -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-97-31 Sensor B54 Water in fuel - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-100-1 Engine oil pressure - Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-100-2 Engine oil pressure - Plausibility error

Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-100-3 Engine oil pressure Sensor B701 Oil pressure sensor - Short circuit after

UB

LMBECU2-100-4 Engine oil pressure Sensor B701 Oil pressure sensor - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-100-17 Engine oil pressure - Lower limit value slightly below minimum

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-100-31 Engine oil pressure Sensor B701 Oil pressure sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-102-0 Intake manifold pressure sensor -

Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-102-1 Intake manifold pressure sensor -

Pressure - lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-102-2 Intake manifold pressure sensor

Sensor B703 Charge air pressure sensor - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-102-3 Intake manifold pressure sensor

Sensor B703 Charge air pressure sensor - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-102-4 Intake manifold pressure sensor

Sensor B703 Charge air pressure sensor - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-102-15 Intake manifold pressure sensor -

Pressure - upper limit value exceeded slightly

LMBECU2-102-17 Intake manifold pressure sensor -

Pressure - lower limit value slightly below minimum

LMBECU2-102-31 Intake manifold pressure sensor

Sensor B703 Charge air pressure sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-105-0 Intake manifold - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

Description

LMBECU2-105-2 Intake manifold Sensor B707 Charge air temperature sensor - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-105-4 Intake manifold Sensor B707 Charge air temperature sensor - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-105-5 Intake manifold Sensor B707 Charge air temperature sensor - Cable break

LMBECU2-105-15 Intake manifold - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-105-31 Intake manifold Sensor B707 Charge air temperature sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-106-2 Pressure switch B53 Air filter contamination - Plausibility error

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-106-11 Sensor B55 Moisture sensor -

Pressure fault

LMBECU2-107-11 Air filter soiled - Blocked

LMBECU2-108-2 Plausibility error

LMBECU2-108-31 Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-110-0 Coolant engine - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-110-2

LMBECU2-110-3

LMBECU2-110-4

LMBECU2-110-5

Coolant engine Sensor B708 Coolant temperature sensor - Plausibility error

Coolant engine Sensor B708 Coolant temperature sensor - Short circuit after UB

Coolant engine Sensor B708 Coolant temperature sensor - Short Cut to

Ground

Coolant engine Sensor B708 Coolant temperature sensor - Cable break

LMBECU2-110-15 Coolant engine - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-110-31 Coolant engine Sensor B708 Coolant temperature sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-111-1

LMBECU2-111-3

Coolant Level Sensor Sensor B45

Coolant filling level - Filling level too low

Coolant Level Sensor Sensor B45

Coolant filling level - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-111-4 Coolant Level Sensor Sensor B45

Coolant filling level - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-111-11 Coolant Level Sensor Sensor B45

Coolant filling level - Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-111-31 Coolant Level Sensor Sensor B45

Coolant filling level - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

Description

Pressure

Blocked or clogged

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-157-0 Common rail - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

Description

LMBECU2-157-3 Common rail Sensor B704 Rail pressure sensor - Short circuit to UB or cable break

LMBECU2-157-4 Common rail Sensor B704 Rail pressure sensor - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-157-15 Common rail - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded slightly

LMBECU2-157-31 Common rail - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-158-31 Switch/momentary switch S1 Ignition lock - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-171-2 Sensor B44 Ambient temperature -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-171-3 Sensor B44 Ambient temperature -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-171-4 Sensor B44 Ambient temperature -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-171-5 Sensor B44 Ambient temperature -

Cable break

LMBECU2-171-31 Sensor B44 Ambient temperature -

Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-172-2 Sensor B55 Moisture sensor -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-172-11 Sensor B55 Moisture sensor -

Plausibility error

Temperature

LMBECU2-174-0 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-174-2 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-174-3 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Short circuit after UB

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-174-4 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Short Cut to Ground

Description

LMBECU2-174-5 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Cable break

LMBECU2-174-15 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-174-31 Sensor B709 Fuel temperature sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-190-0 Camshaft position - Upper limit value critically exceeded too high

LMBECU2-190-2 Camshaft position - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-190-3 Camshaft position Sensor B711

Crankshaft speed sensor - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-190-4 Camshaft position Sensor B711

Crankshaft speed sensor - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-190-5 Camshaft position Sensor B711

Crankshaft speed sensor - Cable break

LMBECU2-190-8 Camshaft position Sensor B711

Crankshaft speed sensor -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-190-14 Camshaft position - Ground fault

LMBECU2-190-15 Camshaft position - Upper limit value exceeded slightly

LMBECU2-190-31 Camshaft position Sensor B711

Crankshaft speed sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-354-31 Air filter sensor Sensor B55 Moisture sensor - General disturbance

LMBECU2-636-2 Crankshaft position Sensor B713

Camshaft speed sensor - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-636-3 Crankshaft position Sensor B713

Camshaft speed sensor - Short circuit after UB

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-636-4 Crankshaft position Sensor B713

Camshaft speed sensor - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-636-5 Crankshaft position Sensor B713

Camshaft speed sensor - Cable break

LMBECU2-636-8 Crankshaft position - Signal invalid

Description

LMBECU2-636-14 Crankshaft position - Ground fault

LMBECU2-636-31 Crankshaft position Sensor B713

Camshaft speed sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-639-5 CAN communication - Cable break Motor Control Module CAN 1

LMBECU2-639-11 CAN communication - Short circuit Motor Control Module CAN 1

LMBECU2-651-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 1 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-651-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 1 Actuator Y731 Injection nozzle cyl. 1 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-651-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 1 Actuator Y731 Injection nozzle cyl. 1 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-651-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 1 Actuator Y731 Injection nozzle cyl. 1 - Cable break

LMBECU2-651-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 1 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-652-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 2 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-652-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 2 Actuator Y732 Injection nozzle cyl. 2 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-652-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 2 Actuator Y732 Injection nozzle cyl. 2 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-652-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 2 Actuator Y732 Injection nozzle cyl. 2 - Cable break

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-652-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 2 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-653-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 3 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-653-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 3 Actuator Y733 Injection nozzle cyl. 3 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-653-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 3 Actuator Y733 Injection nozzle cyl. 3 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-653-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 3 Actuator Y733 Injection nozzle cyl. 3 - Cable break

LMBECU2-653-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 3 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-654-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 4 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-654-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 4 Actuator Y734 Injection nozzle cyl. 4 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-654-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 4 Actuator Y734 Injection nozzle cyl. 4 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-654-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 4 Actuator Y734 Injection nozzle cyl. 4 - Cable break

LMBECU2-654-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 4 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-655-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 5 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-655-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 5 Actuator Y735 Injection nozzle cyl. 5 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-655-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 5 Actuator Y735 Injection nozzle cyl. 5 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-655-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 5 Actuator Y735 Injection nozzle cyl. 5 - Cable break

LMBECU2-655-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 5 - Signal invalid

Description Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-656-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 6 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-656-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 6 Actuator Y736 Injection nozzle cyl. 6 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-656-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 6 Actuator Y736 Injection nozzle cyl. 6 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-656-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 6 Actuator Y736 Injection nozzle cyl. 6 - Cable break

LMBECU2-656-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 6 - Signal invalid

Description

LMBECU2-657-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 7 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-657-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 7 Actuator Y737 Injection nozzle cyl. 7 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-657-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 7 Actuator Y737 Injection nozzle cyl. 7 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-657-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 7 Actuator Y737 Injection nozzle cyl. 7 - Cable break

LMBECU2-657-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 7 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-658-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 8 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-658-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 8 Actuator Y738 Injection nozzle cyl. 8 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-658-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 8 Actuator Y738 Injection nozzle cyl. 8 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-658-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 8 Actuator Y738 Injection nozzle cyl. 8 - Cable break

LMBECU2-658-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 8 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-659-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 9 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-659-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 9 Actuator Y739 Injection nozzle cyl. 9 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-659-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 9 Actuator Y739 Injection nozzle cyl. 9 - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-659-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 9 Actuator Y739 Injection nozzle cyl. 9 - Cable break

LMBECU2-659-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 9 - Signal invalid

Description

LMBECU2-660-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 10 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-660-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 10 Actuator Y740

Injection nozzle cyl. 10 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-660-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 10 Actuator Y740

Injection nozzle cyl. 10 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-660-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 10 Actuator Y740

Injection nozzle cyl. 10 - Cable break

LMBECU2-660-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 10 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-661-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 11 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-661-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 11 Actuator Y741

Injection nozzle cyl. 11 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-661-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 11 Actuator Y741

Injection nozzle cyl. 11 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-661-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 11 Actuator Y741

Injection nozzle cyl. 11 - Cable break

LMBECU2-661-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 11 - Signal invalid

LMBECU2-662-0 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 12 - Upper limit value critically exceeded

Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-662-3 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 12 Actuator Y742

Injection nozzle cyl. 12 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-662-4 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 12 Actuator Y742

Injection nozzle cyl. 12 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-662-5 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 12 Actuator Y742

Injection nozzle cyl. 12 - Cable break

LMBECU2-662-8 Current increase time injection nozzle cyl. 12 - Signal invalid

Description

LMBECU2-677-3 Starter Actuator M1 Starter - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-677-4 Starter Actuator M1 Starter - Short

Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-677-5 Starter Actuator M1 Starter - Cable break

LMBECU2-677-6 Starter Actuator M1 Starter - Output current - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-677-11 Starter Actuator M1 Starter -

Electrics fault

LMBECU2-677-31 Starter Actuator M1 Starter - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-729-3 Heating flange 1 - Short circuit after

UB

Starter locked

LMBECU2-729-4 Heating flange 1 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-729-5 Heating flange 1 - Cable break

LMBECU2-729-6 Heating flange 1 - Output current -

Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-729-11 Heating flange 1 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-898-2 Gearbox controller - Communication problem

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-1075-2 Common rail - Logic error electronics

Description

LMBECU2-1076-0 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Overcurrent -

Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-1076-1 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Undercurrent -

Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-1076-3 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-1076-4 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-1076-5 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Cable break

LMBECU2-1076-6 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Output current

- Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-1076-11 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short circuit of load

LMBECU2-1136-0 Control A15 LMB-ECU2 - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-1136-15 Control A15 LMB-ECU2 - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-1136-31 Control A15 LMB-ECU2 - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-1172-3 Intake air temperature Sensor B55

Moisture sensor - Short circuit to UB or cable break

LMBECU2-1172-4 Intake air temperature Sensor B55

Moisture sensor - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-1172-5 Intake air temperature Sensor B55

Moisture sensor - Cable break

LMBECU2-1172-31 Intake air temperature Sensor B55

Moisture sensor - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-1176-0 Boost presure - Lower limit value critically below minimum

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-1176-1 Boost presure - Upper limit value critically exceeded

Description

LMBECU2-1231-5 CAN communication - Cable break Motor Control Module CAN 2

LMBECU2-1231-11 CAN communication - Short circuit Motor Control Module CAN 2

LMBECU2-1239-2 Common rail - Leakage

LMBECU2-1240-2 Common rail 2 - Leakage

LMBECU2-1349-0 Common rail 2 - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-1349-3 Common rail 2 - Short circuit to UB or cable break

LMBECU2-1349-4 Common rail 2 - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-1349-15 Common rail 2 - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded slightly

LMBECU2-1349-31 Common rail 2 - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-1675-11 Motor re-start blocked - filling level

SCR system - Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-1761-0 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Upper limit value exceeded

Urea tank empty

Value above maximum range

LMBECU2-1761-1 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-1761-2 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Communication problem

Value below minimum range

LMBECU2-1761-3 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Cable break

LMBECU2-1761-4 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Short circuit

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-2809-11 Air filter 2 soiled - Blocked

Description

LMBECU2-3031-0 Urea tank temperature Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-3031-1 Urea tank temperature Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-3031-2 Urea tank temperature Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-3031-3 Urea tank temperature Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank - Cable break

LMBECU2-3031-4 Urea tank temperature Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank - Short circuit

LMBECU2-3031-15 Urea tank temperature - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-3222-7 Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Heating power insufficient

LMBECU2-3224-0 Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Offset fault

LMBECU2-3224-2 Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Communication problem

LMBECU2-3224-3 Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Cable break

LMBECU2-3224-5 Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Cable break

LMBECU2-3225-2 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Component is missing

Sensor removed from exhaust system

LMBECU2-3232-7 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Heating power insufficient

LMBECU2-3234-0 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Offset fault

LMBECU2-3234-2 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Communication problem

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-3234-3 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Cable break

Description

LMBECU2-3234-5 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Cable break

LMBECU2-3235-2 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Component is missing

Sensor removed from exhaust system

LMBECU2-3251-3 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) Sensor

B722 Differential pressure sensor -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-3251-4 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) Sensor

B722 Differential pressure sensor -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-3251-11 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) Sensor

B722 Differential pressure sensor -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-3251-31 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) Sensor

B722 Differential pressure sensor -

Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-3253-0 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) pressure difference - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-3253-1 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) pressure difference - Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-3273-2 SCR system - downstream of catalytic converter Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter -

Communication problem

LMBECU2-3273-3 SCR system - downstream of catalytic converter Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Short circuit to earth or short circuit to UB

LMBECU2-3273-5 SCR system - downstream of catalytic converter Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Cable break

LMBECU2-3340-2 Intermediate loader pressure sensor -

Plausibility error

Figure

LMBECU2-3360-2 Exhaust aftertreatment control module - Communication problem

LMBECU2-3363-3 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-3363-4 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Short Cut to

Ground

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-3363-5 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Cable break

LMBECU2-3363-6 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Output current

- Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-3363-7 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Blocked

Description

LMBECU2-3363-11 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-3363-31 Heating valve urea tank Valve Q52

Urea heating valve 2 - Blocked

LMBECU2-3364-0 Urea tank quality Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-3364-1 Urea tank quality Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-3364-11 Urea tank quality Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank -

General disturbance

LMBECU2-3382-3 Alternator (voltage control) Actuator

G1 Alternator - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-3382-4 Alternator (voltage control) Actuator

G1 Alternator - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-3382-5 Alternator (voltage control) Actuator

G1 Alternator - Cable break

LMBECU2-3382-6 Alternator (voltage control) Actuator

G1 Alternator - Output current -

Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-3382-11 Alternator (voltage control) Actuator

G1 Alternator - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-3382-31 Alternator (voltage control) Actuator

G1 Alternator - Short circuit

LMBECU2-3515-0 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Upper limit value exceeded

Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-3515-1 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Lower limit value below minimum

Value outside the permitted range

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-3515-2 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Plausibility error

Description

LMBECU2-3515-3 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Cable break

LMBECU2-3515-4 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Short circuit

LMBECU2-3515-15 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-3516-17 Urea tank quality Sensor B43

Extraction module urea tank -

Insufficient

LMBECU2-3532-17 Sensor B43 Extraction module urea tank - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-3597-1 Supply voltage - Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-3597-15 Supply voltage - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-3597-17 Supply voltage - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-3597-31 Supply voltage - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-3711-2 Regeneration of diesel particulate filter (DPF) aborted - Lower temperature limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-3719-0 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - soot load - Critical soiling

LMBECU2-3719-15 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - soot load - Warning of severe soiling

LMBECU2-3720-15 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - ash share - Warning of severe soiling

LMBECU2-3723-0 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) - ash share - Critical soiling

LMBECU2-3750-2 Regeneration of diesel particulate filter (DPF) aborted - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-4090-15 Engine - NOx emission - Upper limit value exceeded

Description

LMBECU2-4334-2 SCR system (urea pressure sensor)

Sensor

- A21.B2 Urea pressure/temperature

- A21.B1 Air pressure urea

- Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4334-3 SCR system (urea pressure sensor)

Sensor A21.B2 Urea pressure/ temperature - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-4334-4 SCR system (urea pressure sensor)

Sensor A21.B2 Urea pressure/ temperature - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-4334-11 SCR system (urea pressure sensor)

Sensor A21.B2 Urea pressure/ temperature - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-4334-17 SCR system (urea pressure sensor)

Sensor A21.B2 Urea pressure/ temperature - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-4334-31 SCR system (urea pressure sensor)

Sensor A21.B2 Urea pressure/ temperature - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-4335-2 SCR system (sensor air pressure)

Sensor A21.B1 Air pressure urea -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4335-3 SCR system (sensor air pressure)

Sensor A21.B1 Air pressure urea -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-4335-4 SCR system (sensor air pressure)

Sensor A21.B1 Air pressure urea -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-4335-11 SCR system (sensor air pressure)

Sensor A21.B1 Air pressure urea -

Pressure - lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-4335-31 SCR system (sensor air pressure)

Sensor A21.B1 Air pressure urea -

Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-4337-0 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-4337-2 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4337-3 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Short circuit after UB

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-4337-4 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Short

Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-4337-5 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Cable break

LMBECU2-4337-11 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Upper limit value reached

LMBECU2-4337-15 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-4337-31 Urea temperature Sensor A21.B2

Urea pressure/temperature - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-4340-3 Urea hose heating 1 Actuator E63

Urea hose heating 1 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-4340-4 Urea hose heating 1 Actuator E63

Urea hose heating 1 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-4340-5 Urea hose heating 1 Actuator E63

Urea hose heating 1 - Cable break

Description

LMBECU2-4340-6 Urea hose heating 1 Actuator E63

Urea hose heating 1 - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-4340-11 Urea hose heating 1 Actuator E63

Urea hose heating 1 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-4342-3 Urea hose heating 2 Actuator E64

Urea hose heating 2 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-4342-4 Urea hose heating 2 Actuator E64

Urea hose heating 2 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-4342-5 Urea hose heating 2 Actuator E64

Urea hose heating 2 - Cable break

LMBECU2-4342-6 Urea hose heating 2 Actuator E64

Urea hose heating 2 - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-4342-11 Urea hose heating 2 Actuator E64

Urea hose heating 2 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-4360-0 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter - Upper limit value critically exceeded

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-4360-2 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4360-3 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-4360-4 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter - Short

Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-4360-5 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter - Cable break

LMBECU2-4360-11 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4360-15 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-4360-31 Heating urea line Sensor B51

Exhaust gas temperature upstream of SCR catalytic converter - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-4363-0 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-4363-2 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4363-3 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-4363-4 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-4363-5 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Cable break

LMBECU2-4363-11 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4363-15 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

Description

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-4363-31 Sensor B59 Exhaust gas temperature downstream of catalytic converter - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-4364-1 SCR system - Conversion efficiency very low

Description

Insufficient NOx reduction

LMBECU2-4364-17 SCR system - Low conversion efficiency

Insufficient NOx reduction

LMBECU2-4380-11 Sensor A22.B1 NH3 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-4383-2 Sensor A22.B1 NH3 - Efficiency Insufficient heating power

LMBECU2-4383-11 Sensor A22.B1 NH3 - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

Heating

LMBECU2-4413-0 Exhaust gas temperature 2 - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-4413-15 Exhaust gas temperature 2 - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-4490-31 Sensor B55 Moisture sensor -

Plausibility error

Relative ambient humidity

LMBECU2-4753-0 Exhaust gas temperature - Upper temperature limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-4753-2 Exhaust gas temperature Sensor

B57 DOC - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4753-3 Exhaust gas temperature Sensor

B57 DOC - Short circuit to earth or short circuit to UB

LMBECU2-4753-4 Exhaust gas temperature Sensor

B57 DOC - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-4753-5 Exhaust gas temperature Sensor

B57 DOC - Cable break

LMBECU2-4753-11 Exhaust gas temperature Sensor

B57 DOC - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-4753-15 Exhaust gas temperature - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-4753-31 Exhaust gas temperature Sensor

B57 DOC - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-5298-1 DOC - Low conversion efficiency

Description

LMBECU2-5319-2 Diesel particulate filter (DPF) -

Regeneration failed

LMBECU2-5386-3 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-5386-4 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-5386-5 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Cable break

LMBECU2-5386-6 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-5386-7 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Defective

LMBECU2-5386-11 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-5386-15 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-5386-31 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-5435-3 SCR system - urea pump Engine

A21.M1 Urea pump - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-5435-4 SCR system - urea pump Engine

A21.M1 Urea pump - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-5435-5 SCR system - urea pump Engine

A21.M1 Urea pump - Cable break

LMBECU2-5435-6 SCR system - urea pump Engine

A21.M1 Urea pump - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-5435-11 SCR system - urea pump Engine

A21.M1 Urea pump - Electrics fault

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-5485-2 Engine A21.M1 Urea pump -

Defective

Description

LMBECU2-5543-2 Valve M715 Exhaust gas flap -

Communication problem

LMBECU2-5543-7 Valve M715 Exhaust gas flap - Logic fault mechanics

Position sensor

LMBECU2-5543-11 Valve M715 Exhaust gas flap - Logic error

Detected by control module

LMBECU2-5543-13 Valve M715 Exhaust gas flap -

Calibration fault

LMBECU2-5543-31 Valve M715 Exhaust gas flap -

Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-5571-0 Pressure control valve - Overcurrent -

Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-5571-1 Pressure control valve - Undercurrent

- Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-5571-3 Pressure control valve - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-5571-4 Pressure control valve - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-5571-5 Pressure control valve - Cable break

LMBECU2-5571-6 Pressure control valve - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-5571-11 Pressure control valve - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-5706-3 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-5706-4 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-5706-5 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Cable break

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-5706-6 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-5706-7 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Blocked

Description

LMBECU2-5706-11 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-5706-31 Heating valve urea pump Valve Q51

Urea heating valve 1 - Blocked

LMBECU2-5796-2 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Defective

LMBECU2-5796-3 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-5796-4 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-5796-5 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Cable break

LMBECU2-5796-6 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-5796-11 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Electrics fault

LMBECU2-5796-31 SCR system (air conveyor pump)

Engine G2 Urea air compressor -

Load is short-circuited

LMBECU2-5826-0 SCR system - Power reduction Blocked in heavy power or speed reduction

LMBECU2-5826-11 SCR system - General disturbance

Figure

LMBECU2-5826-15 SCR system - Power reduction

LMBECU2-5826-16 SCR system - Power reduction

LMBECU2-516099-2 Sensor B55 Moisture sensor -

Communication problem

Power or speed reduction

Power or speed reduction

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516099-31Sensor B55 Moisture sensor -

Temperature fault

Description

LMBECU2-516101-3 Pressure switch air filter Pressure switch B53 Air filter contamination -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516101-4 Pressure switch air filter Pressure switch B53 Air filter contamination -

Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-516101-11Pressure switch air filter Pressure switch B53 Air filter contamination -

Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516101-31Pressure switch air filter Pressure switch B53 Air filter contamination -

Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516102-11Air filter contamination 2 - Value outside the permitted range

Value outside the permitted range

Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516102-31Air filter contamination 2 - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516104-3 Actuator G1 Alternator - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516104-31Actuator G1 Alternator - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516106-0 Starter (output voltage) Actuator G1

Alternator - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-516106-4 Starter (output voltage) Actuator G1

Alternator - Cable break or short circuit to ground

LMBECU2-516106-15Starter (output voltage) Actuator G1

Alternator - Overvoltage

LMBECU2-516106-31Starter (output voltage) Actuator G1

Alternator - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516107-11Alternator control - General disturbance

Alternator defective with engine at standstill

LMBECU2-516108-11Alternator control - General disturbance

Alternator defective with engine running

LMBECU2-516109-11Alternator control - Upper limit value reached

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516110-11Alternator control - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516111-11Alternator control - Electrics fault

Description

Voltage controller cannot reach the desired target value

Fuse defective

Figure

LMBECU2-516112-11Alternator control - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516117-11Valve Y707 High-pressure pump PCV

- Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-516118-11Current, Valve Y707 High-pressure pump PCV - Plausibility error

Valve has opened

Power consumption volume control valve

LMBECU2-516119-11Common rail - Pressure fault Pressure loss rate too high

LMBECU2-516120-11Common rail - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

Pressure increase rate too high

LMBECU2-516121-11Common rail - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

Pressure remains above target value

LMBECU2-516122-11Common rail - Pressure - lower limit value below minimum

Pressure remains under target value

LMBECU2-516123-11Common rail - Pressure - lower limit value below minimum

Start pressure too low

LMBECU2-516124-11Common rail 2 - PCV opened -

Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-516125-11Current, Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2 (VCV) - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516128-11Common rail 2 - setpoint value -

Pressure - upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-516129-11Common rail 2 - setpoint value -

Pressure - lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-516130-11Common rail 2 - Start pressure -

Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-516131-11Sensor B704 Rail pressure sensor -

Pressure fault

No signal change

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516132-11Sensor B704 Rail pressure sensor -

General disturbance

Description

Signal noise

LMBECU2-516133-11Common rail 2 - no signal changes -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516135-3 Machine-specific digital output 1 -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516135-4 Machine-specific digital output 1 -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516135-5 Machine-specific digital output 1 -

Cable break

LMBECU2-516135-6 Machine-specific digital output 1 -

Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-516135-11Machine-specific digital output 1 -

Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516137-3 Charging warning light - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516137-4 Charging warning light - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-516137-5 Charging warning light - Cable break

LMBECU2-516137-6 Charging warning light - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-516137-11Charging warning light - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516139-3 Status LED Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516139-4 Status LED Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516139-5 Status LED Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Cable break

LMBECU2-516139-6 Status LED Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Short circuit to ground or overload

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516139-11Status LED Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Electrics fault

Description

LMBECU2-516140-31temperature sensor 2, Control A15

LMB-ECU2 - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516141-31temperature sensor 3 control unit status lamp Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516151-11Exhaust gas flap 1 - General disturbance

Control deviation

LMBECU2-516152-11Exhaust gas flap 1 - Hardware fault Hardware fault

LMBECU2-516153-11Exhaust gas flap 1 - Faulty position data

Invalid reference position

LMBECU2-516154-11Exhaust gas flap 1, overtemperature -

Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516155-2 Exhaust gas flap 2 - Communication problem

LMBECU2-516155-7 Exhaust gas flap 2 - Faulty position data

Position sensor

LMBECU2-516155-11Exhaust gas flap 2 - Communication problem

Detected by control module

LMBECU2-516155-13Exhaust gas flap 2 - Values invalid, not plausible or outside the calibration

LMBECU2-516155-31Exhaust gas flap 2 - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516156-11Exhaust gas flap 2 - General disturbance

Control deviation

LMBECU2-516157-11Exhaust gas flap 2 - Hardware fault

LMBECU2-516158-11Exhaust gas flap 2 - Faulty position data

Invalid reference position

LMBECU2-516159-11Control exhaust gas flap 2 -

Calibration error

Auto calibration fault

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516160-11Control exhaust gas flap 2 - General disturbance

Description

Auto teaching fault

LMBECU2-516161-11Control exhaust gas flap 2 -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516191-17Injector - supply voltage Boost

Converter - Undervoltage detected

Taught values are lost during regular operation

Figure

LMBECU2-516198-11Sensor A22.B1 NH3 -

Communication problem

LMBECU2-516199-15Sensor A22.B1 NH3 - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-516200-11Sensor A22.B1 NH3 - Hardware fault

High NH3 concentration

LMBECU2-516201-11Sensor A22.B1 NH3 - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516202-11Sensor A22.B1 NH3 -

Communication problem

LMBECU2-516203-2 Sensor B42 NOx upstream catalytic converter - Logic error electronics

Module sensor

LMBECU2-516204-2 Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Logic error electronics

LMBECU2-516205-11Sensor B41 NOx downstream catalytic converter - Installation faulty

Installation error

LMBECU2-516207-15Diesel particulate filter (DPF) estimated soot load - Plausibility fault - load too high

LMBECU2-516207-17Diesel particulate filter (DPF) estimated soot load - Plausibility fault - load too low

LMBECU2-516209-15Control voltage high, Valve Y707

High-pressure pump PCV - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-516209-17Control voltage high, Valve Y707

High-pressure pump PCV - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-516211-11PWM signal, Valve Y707 Highpressure pump PCV - Upper limit value reached

Current remains above set value

Current remains below set value

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516212-11PWM signal, Valve Y707 Highpressure pump PCV - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516215-0 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Overcurrent - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-516215-1 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Undercurrent - Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-516215-3 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516215-4 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516215-5 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Cable break

LMBECU2-516215-6 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Output current - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-516215-11Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Short circuit of load

LMBECU2-516216-11Control voltage high, Valve Y708

High-pressure pump 2 (PCV) - Logic error

LMBECU2-516217-11Control current low, Valve Y708 Highpressure pump 2 (PCV) - Logic error

LMBECU2-516220-11PWM signal, Valve Y708 Highpressure pump 2 (PCV) - Upper limit value reached

LMBECU2-516221-11PWM signal, Valve Y708 Highpressure pump 2 (PCV) - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516229-11Valve A21.K1 Urea switching valve -

General disturbance

Description

LMBECU2-516230-11SCR system - defrost actuator -

General disturbance

LMBECU2-516231-11SCR system - defrost - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516232-11Defrosting sensor (SCR system) -

General disturbance

Defrosting failed

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Figure

Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516233-0 SCR system - Upper limit value reached

LMBECU2-516233-1 SCR system - Lower limit value reached

LMBECU2-516233-11SCR system - Upper limit value reached

Description

Control reached maximum saturation

LMBECU2-516234-11SCR system - Lower limit value reached

LMBECU2-516235-11SCR system, blow off - General disturbance

Control reached minimum saturation

SCR system - ventilation fault

LMBECU2-516236-11SCR system (urea injector) - Blocked Urea injection clogged

Figure

LMBECU2-516237-11SCR system (urea injector), air path -

Blocked

Air path blocked

LMBECU2-516238-3 SCR system (air switching valve)

Valve A21.K1 Urea switching valve -

Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516238-4 SCR system (air switching valve)

Valve A21.K1 Urea switching valve -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516238-5 SCR system (air switching valve)

Valve A21.K1 Urea switching valve -

Cable break

LMBECU2-516238-6 SCR system (air switching valve)

Valve A21.K1 Urea switching valve -

Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-516238-11SCR system (air switching valve)

Valve A21.K1 Urea switching valve -

Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516239-2 Secondary control unit mode selection pin Control A15 LMB-ECU2

- Cable break or short circuit or defective sensor

LMBECU2-516239-3 Secondary control unit mode selection pin Control A15 LMB-ECU2

- Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516239-4 Secondary control unit mode selection pin Control A15 LMB-ECU2

- Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516239-5 Secondary control unit mode selection pin Control A15 LMB-ECU2

- Cable break

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516239-10Secondary control unit mode selection pin Control A15 LMB-ECU2

- Signal invalid

LMBECU2-516239-31Secondary control unit mode selection pin - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516245-3 Intelligent sensor supply relay Relay

K700 Supply Smart components -

Short circuit after UB

Description

LMBECU2-516245-4 Intelligent sensor supply relay Relay

K700 Supply Smart components -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516245-5 Intelligent sensor supply relay Relay

K700 Supply Smart components -

Cable break

LMBECU2-516245-6 Intelligent sensor supply relay Relay

K700 Supply Smart components -

Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-516245-11Intelligent sensor supply relay Relay

K700 Supply Smart components -

Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516247-31Digital input of starter - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516249-31Test stand mode - Supply voltage outside the permitted range

Current remains above target value LMBECU2-516251-0 Control voltage high, Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Upper limit value exceeded

LMBECU2-516251-1 Control voltage high, Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Lower limit value below minimum

LMBECU2-516253-0 PWM signal, Valve Y703 Highpressure pump - Upper limit value reached

LMBECU2-516253-31PWM signal, Valve Y703 Highpressure pump - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516255-0 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Overcurrent - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-516255-1 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Undercurrent - Lower limit value critically below minimum

LMBECU2-516255-3 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Short circuit after UB

Current remains under target value

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516255-4 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516255-5 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Cable break

LMBECU2-516255-6 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Output current - Upper limit value critically exceeded

LMBECU2-516255-11Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516255-31Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Load is short-circuited

Description

LMBECU2-516256-0 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Overcurrent - Upper setpoint value exceeded

LMBECU2-516256-1 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Undercurrent - Lower setpoint value below minimum

LMBECU2-516258-0 PWM signal, Valve Y704 Highpressure pump 2 (VCV) - Upper limit value reached

LMBECU2-516258-31PWM signal, Valve Y704 Highpressure pump 2 (VCV) - Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516265-11SCR system - Blow-off interrupted Blow-off of urea line interrupted, do not actuate battery cut-off relay ahead of time, switch (S3)

LMBECU2-516266-3 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516266-4 Wastegate control valve Valve Y705

Wastegate control valve - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516281-15SCR system - Upper temperature limit value exceeded

Power reduction

LMBECU2-516282-11Monitoring system - Plausibility error

Figure

LMBECU2-516283-15engine protection - power reduction,

Sensor B703 Charge air pressure sensor - Pressure - upper limit value exceeded slightly

LMBECU2-516284-17engine protection - power reduction,

Sensor B703 Charge air pressure sensor - Pressure - lower limit value slightly below minimum

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516291-3 SCR system (air conveyor pump) -

Short circuit after UB

Description

LMBECU2-516291-4 SCR system (air conveyor pump) -

Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516300-11Control exhaust gas flap 1 -

Calibration error

Auto calibration fault

LMBECU2-516301-11Control exhaust gas flap 1 - General disturbance

Auto teaching fault

LMBECU2-516302-11Control exhaust gas flap 1 - General disturbance

Taught values are lost during regular operation

Figure

LMBECU2-516303-11Exhaust gas flap 2, overtemperature -

Value outside the permitted range

LMBECU2-516318-31Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Load is short-circuited

LMBECU2-516319-3 Actuator G1 Alternator - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516319-4 Actuator G1 Alternator - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-516319-5 Actuator G1 Alternator - Cable break

LMBECU2-516319-6 Actuator G1 Alternator - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-516319-11Actuator G1 Alternator - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516328-3 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516328-4 Volume control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-516330-11Valve Y703 High-pressure pump -

Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516331-3 Pressure control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short circuit after UB

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516331-4 Pressure control valve Valve Y703

High-pressure pump - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-516336-3 Valve Y704 High-pressure pump 2

(VCV) - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516336-4 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Short Cut to Ground

Description

LMBECU2-516337-3 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516337-4 Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Short Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516337-11Valve Y708 High-pressure pump 2

(PCV) - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516341-0 Exhaust aftertreatment control module - Emission-relevant fault

LMBECU2-516346-3 Heating flange - status input 1 - Short circuit after UB

LMBECU2-516346-4 Heating flange - status input 1 - Short

Cut to Ground

LMBECU2-516346-5 Heating flange - status input 1 -

Cable break

LMBECU2-516354-0 Turbocharger protection - Power reduction

LMBECU2-516355-31Engine Control A15 LMB-ECU2 -

Communication fault with exhaust control unit

LMBECU2-516367-2 SCR system - Pressure fault Inverted air pressure and urea pressure at urea pump

LMBECU2-516401-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y731 Injection nozzle cyl. 1

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516402-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y732 Injection nozzle cyl. 2

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516403-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y733 Injection nozzle cyl. 3

- Correction failed

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516404-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y734 Injection nozzle cyl. 4

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516405-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y735 Injection nozzle cyl. 5

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516406-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y736 Injection nozzle cyl. 6

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516407-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y737 Injection nozzle cyl. 7

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516408-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y738 Injection nozzle cyl. 8

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516409-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y739 Injection nozzle cyl. 9

- Correction failed

LMBECU2-516410-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y740 Injection nozzle cyl.

10 - Correction failed

LMBECU2-516411-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y741 Injection nozzle cyl.

11 - Correction failed

LMBECU2-516412-31voltage-based small-volume injection

Actuator Y742 Injection nozzle cyl.

12 - Correction failed

LMBECU2-516422-11Valve Y707 High-pressure pump PCV

- Short circuit of load

Description

LMBECU2-516424-11Digital input of starter - Short circuit Starter locked due to short circuit

Figure

LMBECU2-516428-31Sensor A21.B1 Air pressure urea -

Plausibility error

LMBECU2-516471-31Exhaust gas flap 1 - Faulty position data

No sensor position available

LMBECU2-516472-31Exhaust gas flap 2 - Faulty position data

No sensor position available

LMBECU2-516484-11Alternator control - Value outside the permitted range

Fluctuating control deviation of alternator voltage

LMBECU2-516485-11Alternator control - General disturbance

Alternator active in spite of deactivation

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516487-0 Exhaust aftertreatment control module - Fault detected

Description

LMBECU2-516488-5 CAN communication - Cable break Engine CAN, engine plug

LMBECU2-516489-5 CAN communication - Cable break Engine CAN, machine plug

LMBECU2-516495-31control unit timeout - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516501-3 Digital output 10 - Short circuit after

UB

LMBECU2-516501-4 Digital output 10 - Short Cut to

Ground

LMBECU2-516501-5 Digital output 10 - Cable break

LMBECU2-516501-6 Digital output 10 - Short circuit to ground or overload

LMBECU2-516501-11Digital output 10 - Electrics fault

LMBECU2-516509-31Engines, injectors - Correction failed

LMBECU2-516511-31Actuator M1 Starter - No connection to output 1

LMBECU2-516513-31NOx sensor - drift error - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516514-31SCR system - catalytic converter -

Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Unsafe state

LMBECU2-516515-31Manual regeneration of diesel particulate filter (DPF) - Engine has been stopped

LMBECU2-516516-31Manual regeneration of diesel particulate filter (DPF) required -

Maximum duration reached

LMBECU2-516536-2 Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Communication problem

Figure

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Error number Error text

LMBECU2-516537-11Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Calibration error

Description

LMBECU2-516538-11Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Hardware fault

LMBECU2-516539-11Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Faulty position data

LMBECU2-516540-11Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

Faulty position data

LMBECU2-516541-31Valve Y705 Wastegate control valve -

General disturbance

LMBECU2-516544-31Engine speed not detected Actuator

M1 Starter - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516553-0 SCR system - overload carburisation in the catalytic converter - Critical soiling

LMBECU2-516553-15SCR system - overload carburisation in the catalytic converter - Warning of severe soiling

LMBECU2-516566-0 Engine oil - dilution - Critical soiling

LMBECU2-516566-15Engine oil - dilution - Warning of severe soiling

LMBECU2-516571-31SCR system - AdBlue - heating faulty

- Maximum duration reached

LMBECU2-516575-31DOC - Component is missing

LMBECU2-516576-31Terminal 30 switched off too soon,

Control A15 LMB-ECU2 - Unsafe state

LMBECU2-516577-31high-pressure pump 1 - installation faulty - General disturbance

LMBECU2-516578-31high-pressure pump 2 - installation faulty - General disturbance

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Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020073200007_300

Control unit: NM

Page 1

Error number

NM-2739-7

NM-2740-7

NM-2744-7

NM-2745-7

NM-2759-7

NM-2760-7

NM-2761-7

NM-2762-7

NM-2764-7

NM-2765-7

NM-2766-7

NM-520192-19

Error text

Navigation lever position right - Key pressed when system starts

Description

Navigation lever position front - Key pressed when system starts

Navigation lever position left - Key pressed when system starts

Navigation lever position rear - Key pressed when system starts

“F1” key - Key pressed when system starts

"Home" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Step forwards" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Step back" key - Key pressed when system starts

"Navigation" button - Key pressed when system starts

“F2” key - Key pressed when system starts

“Main menu” key - Key pressed when system starts

CAN communication - Disturbance

NM-520198-12

NM-520203-3

NM-520203-4

Control unit - Internal Error

Supply voltage - Overvoltage

Supply voltage - Undervoltage detected

EEPROM error

Supply voltage is above 30 V.

Supply voltage is below 17.5 V.

Figure

Error list

Software version: D2515020086800003_000

Control unit: SCS

Page 1

Error number

SCS-2872-3

SCS-2872-4

Error text

Parking/driving light rotary switch -

Overvoltage

Parking/driving light rotary switch -

Undervoltage detected

Description

SCS-2874-2

SCS-2876-2

Full/dipped beam switch - Key pressed when system starts

Direction indicator - Key pressed when system starts

SCS-520192-19 CAN communication - Disturbance

SCS-520198-12 Control unit - Internal Error EEPROM error

SCS-521000-11 Actuator P3 Horn - General disturbance

Figure

25.

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.2

External starting of the machine

25.2

External starting of the machine

NOTICE

Damage to the machine by connecting the jump-start battery to the starter

If the jump-start battery for jump-starting the machine is connected to the starter, the starter and the battery will be damaged.

„ Never connect the jump-start battery to the starter.

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The power supply of the machine is 24 V. Two 12-volt batteries are connected in series in the battery compartment (4) to supply the vehicle electronics with 24 V.

If necessary the engine can be started with jump leads and an external voltage source (24 V) if required.

The voltage of the external voltage source must correspond to the voltage of the vehicle electronics (24 V).

The vehicle electronics will be damaged if an external voltage source with a higher or lower voltage is used.

Connecting the jump leads

„ The circuit is open (LED on main battery switch is not lit),

see Page 217

.

„ Remove the cover cap (1).

„ First connect the positive cable to the positive pole of the external voltage source, then connect it to the external start connection (3) under the battery compartment (4).

„ Then connect the negative cable to the negative terminal of the external voltage source first and then to the ground connection (2) under the battery compartment.

Starting the engine

„

Press the main battery switch to close the circuit, see Page 217 .

Æ The main battery switch LED is lit.

„ Start the engine.

Remove the jump leads after the engine starts

„ Disconnect negative cable from earth connection (2).

„ Disconnect negative cable from negative pole of external voltage source.

„ Disconnect the positive cable from the external start connection (3).

„ Disconnect positive cable from positive pole of external voltage source.

„ Attach the cover cap (1).

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Malfunction, Cause and Remedy 25.

Calibrate mower load relief 25.3

Calibrate mower load relief

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unexpected movement of the machine

During the calibration process the machine may move unexpectedly and endanger people.

„ Ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone of the machine during the calibration process.

Calibrate mower load relief front mounted mower

ü The machine is parked on a stable, horizontal and even surface.

ü The machine height has been moved to the field position.

ü For the "Side shift front mounted mower" version: The front mounted mower is in the central position,

see Page 223

.

ü The mowing functions "Mower load relief calibration front mounted mower" menu has been opened.

„ Press the "Start calibration" key.

„ Lower the front mounted mower to the ground using the control lever,

see Page 93 .

„ Hold down the "Lift front mounted mower" key on the control lever until the message

"Calibration successful" is displayed in the terminal,

see Page 93 .

„ To end the calibration process, press "OK".

Calibrate mower load relief of right side mounted mower

ü The machine is parked on a stable, horizontal and even surface.

ü The machine height has been moved to the field position.

ü The mowing functions menu "Mower load relief right mower" is open.

„ Lower the side mounted mowers to the ground,

see Page 93 .

„ Press the "Start calibration" key.

„

Lower the right side mounted mower using the control lever to the ground, see Page 93 .

„ Hold down the "Right side mounted mower" key until "Calibration successful" is displayed in the terminal,

see Page 93 .

„ To end the calibration process, press "OK".

Calibrate mower load relief of left side mounted mower

ü The machine is parked on a stable, horizontal and even surface.

ü The machine height has been moved to the field position.

ü The mowing functions menu "Mower load relief left mower" is open.

„ Lower the side mounted mowers to the ground,

see Page 93 .

„ Press the "Start calibration" key.

„

Lower the left side mounted mower using the control lever to the ground, see Page 93

.

„ Hold down the "Lift left side mounted mower" key until "Calibration successful" is displayed

in the terminal, see Page 93 .

„ To end the calibration process, press "OK".

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25.

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.4

Calibrate traction drive

25.4

Calibrate traction drive

Check the brake pedal for plausibility

ü The main mode switch is in the "Neutral mode" position.

ü The diesel engine has been started.

ü The travel function menu "Traction drive calibration" is open.

„ To start calibration, press "Start calibration" in the terminal.

„ Fully actuate the brake pedal for several seconds until "Calibration successful" is displayed in the terminal.

„ To end the calibration process, press "OK".

25.5

Calibrate rear axle straight-ahead position

1 2

EQ003-205

This calibration determines the straight-ahead position of the rear axle.

ü The travel function menu "Axle calibration straight-ahead position" is open in the terminal.

ü The diesel engine has been started.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Road mode" position.

WARNING! Risk of accidents when calibrating on public roads! Do not perform calibration on public roads.

„ Perform calibration on a straight and flat path.

„ To start calibration, press "Start calibration".

„ With the help of the display (2) and the control lever accelerate the machine to 5 km/h.

„ Use the display (1) to ensure that the machine is travelling straight ahead.

When the arrow in the display (1) points to "0" then the machine is travelling straight ahead.

When the arrow in the display (1) points to "0":

„ Correct the steering angle.

„ Once the message "Calibration successful" appears in the terminal, stop the machine.

„ To end the calibration process, press "OK".

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25.6

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy 25.

Calibrating cutting height 25.6

Calibrating cutting height

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unexpected movement of the machine

During the calibration process the machine may move unexpectedly and endanger people.

„ Ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone of the machine during the calibration process.

The horizontal position of the mowers is determined during calibration of the cutting height.

Front mounted mowers

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü The machine height is in field position.

ü The front mowing unit has been lowered onto the ground.

ü

The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position, see Page 97 .

ü The mowing functions "Cutting height calibration front mowing unit" menu has been opened on the terminal.

„ Press on the terminal.

„ Ensure that the position of the top link displayed on the terminal matches the actual position of the top link.

ð The position of the top link displayed on the terminal matches the actual position of the top link.

„ Press "OK" on the terminal.

ð The position of the top link displayed on the terminal does not match the actual position of the top link.

„ Press "Cancel".

„ Set the parameter KMC-60 "Top link position" to the correct position in the Cutting height "Settings" menu.

„ Restarting the calibration.

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25.

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.6

Calibrating cutting height

1

BM000-423

„ Position a spirit level (1) transversely on the cutterbar between 2 mowing discs.

„ Align the cutterbar horizontally by adjusting the cutting height on the terminal with

.

„ As soon as the cutterbar has been aligned horizontally, press "OK".

„ To complete calibration, press "OK".

or

Left side mounted mower

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü The machine height is in field position.

ü The left side mounted mower has been lowered onto the ground.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position.

ü The mowing functions "Cutting height calibration left mower" menu has been opened on the terminal.

„ Press on the terminal.

1

466

BM000-423

„ Position a spirit level (1) transversely on the cutterbar between 2 mowing discs.

„ Align the cutterbar horizontally by adjusting the cutting height on the terminal with

.

„ As soon as the cutterbar has been aligned horizontally, press "OK".

„ To complete calibration, press "OK".

or

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Malfunction, Cause and Remedy 25.

Finely calibrating the cutting height 25.7

Right side mounted mower

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü The machine height is in field position.

ü The right side mounted mower has been lowered onto the ground.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position.

ü The mowing functions "Cutting height calibration right mower" menu has been opened on the terminal.

„ Press on the terminal.

1

25.7

BM000-423

„ Position a spirit level (1) transversely on the cutterbar between 2 mowing discs.

„ Align the cutterbar horizontally by adjusting the cutting height on the terminal with

.

„ As soon as the cutterbar has been aligned horizontally, press "OK".

„ To complete calibration, press "OK".

or

Finely calibrating the cutting height

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unexpected movement of the machine

During the calibration process the machine may move unexpectedly and endanger people.

„ Ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone of the machine during the calibration process.

The fine calibration optimises the cutting height adjustment of the mowers.

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25.

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.8

Calibrating end positions of the mowers

Front mounted mowers

ü The front mowing unit is in headland position.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position.

ü The mowing functions "Cutting height fine calibration front mowing unit" menu has been opened.

„ Press on the terminal.

Æ Fine calibration is run.

„ To complete calibration, press "OK".

Left side mounted mower

ü The left side mounted mower is in headland position.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position.

ü The mowing functions "Cutting height fine calibration left mower" menu has been opened.

„ Press on the terminal.

Æ Fine calibration is run.

„ To complete calibration, press "OK".

Right side mounted mower

ü The right side mounted mower is in headland position.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position.

ü The mowing functions "Cutting height fine calibration right mower" menu has been opened.

„ Press on the terminal.

Æ Fine calibration is run.

„ To complete calibration, press "OK".

25.8

Calibrating end positions of the mowers

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unexpected movement of the machine

During the calibration process the machine may move unexpectedly and endanger people.

„ Ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone of the machine during the calibration process.

This calibration determines the upper end positions and the working position of the mowers.

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Malfunction, Cause and Remedy 25.

Calibrating end positions of the mowers 25.8

Front mounted mowers

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü The machine height is in field position.

ü The mowing functions "Calibration front mowing unit" menu has been called up on the terminal.

„ To start the calibration process, press on the terminal.

„ To lower the front mowing unit into working position, press the front mowing unit is in the lower end position.

on the control lever until

If the lower links of the front mowing unit do not lower evenly, control the lower links separately, to do this:

„ Lower the left lower link by simultaneously pressing the key and the "M1" key.

„ Lower the right lower link by simultaneously pressing the

„ Press "OK”.

„ Raise the left lower link by simultaneously pressing the

key and the "M2" key.

„ To raise the front mowing unit, press in the upper end position.

on the control lever until the front mowing unit is

If the lower links of the front mowing unit do not raise evenly, control the lower links separately, to do this:

key and the "M1" key.

„ Raise the right lower link by simultaneously pressing the

„ Press "OK”.

key and the "M2" key.

Left side mounted mower

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü The machine height is in field position.

ü The mowing functions "Side mounted mowers calibration left mower" menu has been opened.

„ Unlock the pendulum stop.

„ Lower both side mounted mowers onto the ground so that the machine is not at an incline.

„ Set the cutting height of the left side mounted mower to +2 °.

„ Close the swath hoods.

„ Lock the pendulum stop.

„ To start the calibration process, press on the terminal.

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Malfunction, Cause and Remedy

25.8

Calibrating end positions of the mowers

„ To lower the left side mounted mower into working position, press until the side mounted mower is in the lower end position.

„ Press "OK”.

„ To raise the left side mounted mower, press mounted mower is in the upper end position.

„ Press "OK”.

on the control lever

on the control lever until the left side

Right side mounted mower

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü The machine height is in field position.

ü The mowing functions "Side mounted mowers calibration right mower" menu has been opened.

„ Unlock the pendulum stop.

„ Lower both side mounted mowers onto the ground so that the machine is not at an incline.

„ Set the cutting height of the right side mounted mower to +2 °.

„ Close the swath hoods.

„ Lock the pendulum stop. To start the calibration process, press on the terminal.

„ To lower the right side mounted mower into working position, press lever until the side mounted mower is in the lower end position.

„ Press "OK”.

on the control

on the control lever until the side „ To raise the right side mounted mower, press mounted mower is in the upper end position.

„ Press "OK”.

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26.1

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Setting the sensors 26.1

Repairs, maintenance and settings by technicians

This chapter describes repair, maintenance and adjustment work on the machine which may be performed by qualified technicians only. The chapter "Personnel qualification of the technicians"

must be read and observed in full, see Page 18

.

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety notices

If the relevant safety notices are not observed, persons may get seriously injured or killed.

„

To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions must be read and observed, see

Page 17 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

see Page 31 .

WARNING

Risk of injury or damage to the machine due to incorrect repair, maintenance and setting work.

Machines that are not repaired, maintained or set by technicians can exhibit faults caused by a lack of knowledge. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Only an authorised technician may carry out repair, maintenance and setting work at the machine.

„ Observe the qualification of technicians,

see Page 18

.

Setting the sensors

Sensor M12

DV000-002

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26.2

Car jack contact points

The dimension between the switching flag (2) and the sensor (1) must correspond to X=3 mm .

„ Loosen the nuts (3) on both sides of the sensor.

„ Turn the nuts (3) until the dimension X=3 mm is reached.

„ Tighten the nuts (3).

The tightening torque of all sensors is 10 Nm .

Sensor M18

26.2

DV000-003

The dimension between the switching flag (2) and the sensor (1) must be X=4 mm .

„ Loosen the nuts (3) on both sides of the sensor.

„ Turn the nuts (3) until the dimension X=4 mm is reached.

„ Tighten the nuts (3).

The tightening torque of all sensors is 20 Nm .

Car jack contact points

WARNING

Risk of injury due to raised machine

There is a risk to individuals from the machine falling and parts which are swinging in an uncontrolled manner.

„ Use only permitted hoists and slings with a sufficient load-bearing capacity. For the

weights, see type plate of the machine, see Page 68

.

„ Note the information on the suspension points provided.

„ Make sure the lifting means are properly secured.

„ Never stay under the suspended machine.

„

If work has to be performed under the machine, securely support the machine, see

Page 31 .

The car jack contact points may be used for changing wheels only; for reasons of stability, only one car jack contact point may be used.

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Jacking up the machine 26.3

For jacking up the machine,

see Page 473

.

ü The machine is horizontal on stable and level ground.

ü

The axles have been fully lowered, see Page 95

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

1

2

26.3

3

BM000-439

1 Car jack contact point front axle on right

2 Car jack contact point front axle on left

3 Car jack contact point rear axle

Jacking up the machine

WARNING

Danger to life caused by machine movement!

If the machine is not raised by means of a suitable hoist and if it is not securely supported, it may move unintentionally. As a result, people may be seriously or fatally injured.

„ When selecting the hoist, observe the axle loads on the type plate.

„ Only use jack stands with a permitted load-carrying capacity of at least 15 tonnes.

„ Only use hoists and jack stands with suitable holder and sufficiently dimensioned supporting surface.

„ Ensure sufficiently dimensioned contact surface for hoist and jack stand.

„

Securely support the raised machine, see Page 31 .

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26.3

Jacking up the machine

Jack up the front wheel

1

2

3

BM000-345

„ Set the main mode switch to the "Maintenance mode" position.

„ The axles are fully lowered,

see Page 95 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Depending on which front wheel is to be jacked up, position the hoist (1) on the relevant side and insert it from the front under the front axle (3). In doing so, ensure that the jack stand is positioned at the outer edge of the front axle.

„ Lift the front axle using the hoist (1) until the wheel can rotate freely.

„ Safely support the front axle (3) on the lifted side using a jack stand (2) at the furthest possible outside point.

Jack up rear axle

2

1

3

3

1

4

BM000-348

„ Set the main mode switch to the "Maintenance mode" position.

„ The axles are fully lowered,

see Page 95 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31

.

„ Lift the machine with a hoist (4) from behind from below the middle of the rear axle (2) until the distance between the rear wheels and the ground is approx. 5 cm.

„ Safely support the machine from the side by placing jack stands (1, 3) under the main frame.

„ Remove the hoist (4).

ð The rear axle lowers slightly.

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Jacking up the machine 26.3

1

2

3

1

2

4

3

BM000-090

NOTE! Damage to the machine by lifting the rear axle too high above the V-arm (1). Only lift the rear axle above the V-arm (2) until the pendulum stop (3) is against the stop (2).

„ Lift the rear axle using a hoist (4) from the side (between the mower and rear axle) as far back as possible below the V-arm (1) until the wheels can rotate freely.

1

2

BM000-091

„ Use at least one jack stand (2) below the rear axle (1) to ensure the widest possible safe support.

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26.4

Calibrating the front and rear axle

26.4

Calibrating the front and rear axle

The front and rear axles must be calibrated in the following cases:

• The hydraulic cylinders have been replaced.

• The position sensor has been replaced.

• The KMC has been replaced.

ü The side mounted mowers are in the transport position:

„ To prevent collisions with the side guard, observe the transport inclination (cutting height) of the side mounted mowers.

„ Lock the pendulum stop (i.e. swinging is not possible).

„ Lock the handle.

„ Make sure the side guards of the side mounted mowers on the right-hand and left-hand side are folded into the transport position.

ü The tire pressure has been set,

see Page 74

.

ü The machine is parked on a stable, horizontal and even surface.

ü The technician level has been called at the terminal.

ü The main mode switch is in the "Maintenance mode" position.

„ Lift the front and rear axles all the way up to the upper end stop.

ð The cylinders have been completely extended.

„ Adjust the sensors B09 "Position front axle" and B07 "Position rear axle" until the voltage value are between 5.5 V and 7 V.

„ Lower the front and rear axles all the way down to the lower end stop.

ð The cylinders have been completely retracted.

„ Adjust the sensors B09 "Position front axle" and B07 "Position rear axle" until the voltage value are between 3 V and 4.5 V.

EQ003-144

„ Open the menu Travel functions, Axles "Vehicle height calibration".

„ To start axle calibration, press "Start calibration".

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Calibrating the front and rear axle 26.4

EQ002-478

„ Check whether the correct mower variant has been set.

„ When the mower variant has been correctly set, press "OK".

„ If the mower variant has not been correctly set, press "Abort". and set the correct mower variant in the menu "Mowing functions, mower profile".

Measuring the machine height with lower end position

„ Lower the front and rear axle fully, press on the keypad longer than 15 seconds so that all pistons are activated.

„ Make sure that the cylinders of the front and rear axle have been retracted fully.

Measuring point front axle

1

BM000-178

The measuring point is located at the height of the front axle.

„ To determine the height of the front axle, measure between the ground and the tread of the machine platform.

„ Press the key (1).

ð An input mask opens.

„ Enter the measured value in the input mask.

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Calibrating the front and rear axle

Measuring point rear axle

2

BM000-179

The measuring point is located at the height of the rear axle.

„ To determine the height of the rear axle, measure between the ground and the underside of the machine’s cooler frame.

„ Press the key (2).

ð An input mask opens.

„ Enter the measured value in the input mask.

Measuring point total height

3

478

BM000-182

„ To determine the total height of the machine, measure between the ground and the highest point of the machine.

„ Press the key (3).

ð An input mask opens.

„ Enter the measured value in the input mask.

Measuring the machine height with upper end position

„ Raise the front and rear axle fully, press that all pistons are activated.

on the keypad longer than 15 seconds so

„ Make sure that the cylinders of the front and rear axle have been extended fully.

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Calibrating the front and rear axle 26.4

Measuring point front axle

1

BM000-183

The measuring point is located at the height of the front axle.

„ To determine the height of the front axle, measure between the ground and the tread of the machine platform.

„ Press the key (1).

ð An input mask opens.

„ Enter the measured value in the input mask.

Measuring point rear axle

2

BM000-184

The measuring point is located at the height of the rear axle.

„ To determine the height of the rear axle, measure between the ground and the underside of the machine’s cooler frame.

„ Press the key (2).

ð An input mask opens.

„ Enter the measured value in the input mask.

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26.4

Calibrating the front and rear axle

Height rear axle

„ Lower the rear axle, press on the keypad.

BM000-180

„ Make sure the road/field piston (1) has been retracted fully.

Measuring point rear axle

1

480

BM000-185

The measuring point is located at the height of the rear axle.

„ To determine the height of the rear axle, measure between the ground and the underside of the machine’s cooler frame.

„ Press the key (1).

ð An input mask opens.

„ Enter the measured value in the input mask.

„ Press the "OK" key.

Æ Calibration of the front and rear axle has been completed.

Check calibration

„ Turn the Main Mode Switch to "Road mode".

„ Lower the front and rear axle to the road position, press

15 seconds so that all pistons are activated.

on the keypad longer than

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Maintaining the rear axle with front wheel drive version 26.5

BM000-180

„ Check whether the road/field piston (1) has been retracted fully.

„ Measure the height of the machine between the ground and the highest point of the machine.

„ Make sure the measured value is 4.00 m (tolerance: -0.03 mm).

If the measured value deviates:

„ Carry out calibration again.

Maintaining the rear axle with front wheel drive version 26.5

26.5.1

Checking the hub bearing of the rear axle, with front wheel drive version

The hub bearings of the rear axle are subject to wear. The lifetime of the bearings depends on the working conditions, load, speed, setting and lubrication of the bearings.

Check the hub bearings for wear:

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„ Raise the rear axle until the wheels no longer have contact with the ground.

„ Turn the wheels one after the other in both directions to determine possible hard stops or resistance.

„ Quickly turn the wheels one after the other to determine possible noises, vibrations or impacts.

ð Wear is determined at a hub bearing.

„ Replace the hub bearing and all oil seals.

Determine the bearing clearance of the hub bearings:

„

„Shut down and safeguard the machine, see Page 31 .

„

Raise the rear axle until the wheels no longer have contact with the ground, see Page 473 .

„ Take hold of the wheel from the top and bottom and check the clearance by carrying out a wobble test. (To check the clearance, it might be helpful to use a lever between the wheel and ground.)

„ Make sure the clearance does not originate from the suspension or the steering knuckles.

ð Clearance is determined at a hub bearing.

„ Have a qualified service centre set the bearing clearance.

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26.6

Change engine coolant

26.6

Change engine coolant

Drain engine coolant

2

BM000-136

The drain nozzles (1, 2) are at the back on the right of the engine.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The machine has cooled down to ambient temperature.

ü A suitable container is available for escaping engine coolant.

„ Unscrew the locking cap on the drain nozzle (1).

„ Take the drain hose out of the rear storage compartment.

„ Place one end of the drain hose into the collecting vessel.

„ Screw the other end of the drain hose on the drain nozzle.

ð This automatically opens the drain valve and the engine coolant drains into the collecting vessel.

„ Disconnect the drain hose and lock the drain nozzle (1) with a locking cap.

„ Unscrew the locking cap on the drain nozzle (2).

„ Place one end of the drain hose into the collecting vessel.

„ Screw the other end of the drain hose on the drain nozzle.

ð This automatically opens the drain valve and the engine coolant drains into the collecting vessel.

„ Remove the hose and close the drain nozzle (2) with the locking cap.

Top up the engine coolant

„ Top up the engine coolant,

see Page 278

.

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Changing the filter of the transfer gearbox 26.7

Changing the filter of the transfer gearbox

1 2

26.8

3

BM000-344

The filter (1) is located on the right side of the machine in front of the transfer gearbox and can be accessed from below the machine.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü The right side hood is open.

ü A suitable container for collecting escaping oil is available.

„ Comply with the safety routine "Safe execution of oil level check, oil and filter element exchange",

see Page 32 .

„ Unscrew the filter housing (2).

„ Clean the filter housing (2).

„ Remove the filter element (3).

„ Check the O-ring seals on the filter housing (2) and on the filter seat for damage and replace if required.

„ Connect the new filter element and ensure that the filter element is not soiled.

„ Screw on the filter housing (2) to a tightening torque of 100 Nm.

Emergency manual operation

WARNING

Risk of injury due to unforeseeable movement of the machine

If the machine is operated via emergency manual operation, functions are executed immediately and without confirmation prompts. As a result, people may be seriously or fatally injured.

„ The person doing this must know which machine parts are actuated by controlling the valves.

„ Ensure that there is nobody inside the danger zone.

„ The valves may be controlled only from a safe position outside the area affected by machine parts which are moved by the valves.

If the electrical or hydraulic system malfunctions, the hydraulic functions are performed via emergency manual operation on the control block. Emergency manual operation may be used only in an emergency to recover the machine. Using the machine for work is therefore not permitted.

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26.8

Emergency manual operation

26.8.1

Emergency unfolding of the side mounted mowers

WARNING

Increased risk of injury when operating the machine via emergency manual operation

If the machine is operated via emergency manual operation, functions are executed immediately and without confirmation prompts. Thus there is an increased risk of injury.

ü Only persons who are familiar with the machine are permitted to perform an emergency manual operation.

ü The executing person must know which machine parts are actuated by controlling the valves.

„ Ensure that there is nobody in the danger zone.

„ The valves must only be controlled from a safe position outside the area that is affected by machine parts moved by the valves.

If the diesel engine of the machine cannot be started and the side mounted mowers are in transport position, the side mounted mowers can be folded out using emergency manual operation to provide access to the diesel engine.

Mounting location

484

BM000-156

The "Hand pump" control block (2) for emergency manual operation is on the left-hand machine side behind the maintenance flap (1).

Basic position of the stop cocks

WARNING

Risk of injury or machine damage due to unforeseeable movement of the machine

If the valve of the parking brake is not in the basic position, the parking brake is released and the machine may start moving unforeseeably. As a result, people or machine parts in the operating zone may be injured or damaged.

„ Ensure that the valve is in the basic position.

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Emergency manual operation 26.8

1

2 3 4 5

BM000-157

„ Before emergency manual operation, check that all stop cocks and valves (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) are in the basic position.

3

4

5

Item

1

2

Designation

Parking brake

Lock left side mounted mower

Lock right side mounted mower

Basic position

Knob handle pressed in (open), see Page 219

Vertical position (opened)

Vertical position (opened)

Lift/lower left side mounted mower. Horizontal position (closed)

Lift/lower right side mounted mower.

Horizontal position (closed)

Folding down left side mounted mower

BM000-158

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü All stop cocks are in the basic position,

see Page 484

.

„ Swivel the maintenance flap to the side.

„ Connect the Minimess hose (1) from the rear storage compartment to the Minimess connection "P" (3) and the Minimess connection (5).

„ Insert the lever (2) from the scope of delivery of the machine into the holder of the hand pump.

„ Move the stop cock "Locking left side mounted mower" (6) into the horizontal position

(closed).

„ Move the stop cock "Raise/lower left side mounted mower" (4) into the vertical position

(open).

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26.8

Emergency manual operation

WARNING! Risk of injury due to falling side mounted mower! The side mounted mower folds down completely within approx. 5 seconds. To interrupt the folding-down process, close the stop cock (4).

„ To push off the side mounted mower, actuate the hand pump using the lever (2).

ð The side mounted mower folds down due to its dead weight as soon as the dead point has been exceeded.

Æ The side mounted mower must be located completely on the ground.

„

Move all stop cocks back to their basic position, see Page 484 .

„ Dismount the Minimess hose (1).

„ Remove the lever (2) from the holder of the hand pump.

Folding down right side mounted mower

486

BM000-159

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü All stop cocks are in the basic position,

see Page 484

.

„ Swivel the maintenance flap to the side.

„ Connect the Minimess hose (1) from the rear storage compartment to the Minimess connection "P" (3) and the Minimess connection (5).

„ Insert the lever (2) from the scope of delivery of the machine into the holder of the hand pump.

„ Move the stop cock "Locking right side mounted mower" (6) into the horizontal position

(closed).

„ Move the stop cock "Raise/lower right side mounted mower" (4) into the vertical position

(open).

WARNING! Risk of injury due to falling side mounted mower! The side mounted mower folds down completely within approx. 5 seconds. To interrupt the folding-down process, close the stop cock (4).

„ To push off the side mounted mower slowly, actuate the hand pump using the lever (2).

ð The side mounted mower folds down due to its dead weight as soon as the dead point has been exceeded.

Æ The side mounted mower must be located completely on the ground.

„

Move all stop cocks back to their basic position, see Page 484 .

„ Dismount the Minimess hose (1).

„ Remove the lever (2) from the holder of the hand pump.

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Emergency manual operation 26.8

Emergency unfolding of the side mounted mowers

WARNING

Increased risk of injury when operating the machine via emergency manual operation

If the machine is operated via emergency manual operation, functions are executed immediately and without confirmation prompts. Thus there is an increased risk of injury.

ü Only persons who are familiar with the machine are permitted to perform an emergency manual operation.

ü The executing person must know which machine parts are actuated by controlling the valves.

„ Ensure that there is nobody in the danger zone.

„ The valves must only be controlled from a safe position outside the area that is affected by machine parts moved by the valves.

To move the side mounted mowers to the transport position if the hydraulics fails, the side mounted mowers can be folded up via emergency manual operation.

Mounting location

BM000-156

The "Hand pump" control block (2) for emergency manual operation is on the left-hand machine side behind the maintenance flap (1).

Basic position of the stop cocks

WARNING

Risk of injury or machine damage due to unforeseeable movement of the machine

If the valve of the parking brake is not in the basic position, the parking brake is released and the machine may start moving unforeseeably. As a result, people or machine parts in the operating zone may be injured or damaged.

„ Ensure that the valve is in the basic position.

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Emergency manual operation

1

2 3 4 5

BM000-157

„ Before emergency manual operation, check that all stop cocks and valves (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) are in the basic position.

3

4

5

Item

1

2

Designation

Parking brake

Lock left side mounted mower

Lock right side mounted mower

Basic position

Knob handle pressed in (open), see Page 219

Vertical position (opened)

Vertical position (opened)

Lift/lower left side mounted mower. Horizontal position (closed)

Lift/lower right side mounted mower.

Horizontal position (closed)

Fold up left side mounted mower

488

BM000-160

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü All stop cocks are in the basic position,

see Page 487

.

„ Swivel the maintenance flap to the side.

„ Connect the Minimess hose (1) from the rear storage compartment to the Minimess connection "P" (3) and the Minimess connection (4).

„ Insert the lever (2) from the scope of delivery of the machine into the holder of the hand pump.

„ To fold up the side mounted mower completely, actuate the hand pump using the lever (2) until the side mounted mower left is in the transport position.

Checking locking

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Emergency manual operation 26.8

BM000-161

„ Check whether the journal (1) of the side mounted mower is positioned completely in the interlocking claw (2).

„ If not, continue to fold up the side mounted mower.

Fold up right side mounted mower

BM000-162

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

ü All stop cocks are in the basic position,

see Page 487

.

„ Swivel the maintenance flap to the side.

„ Connect the Minimess hose (1) from the rear storage compartment to the Minimess connection "P" (3) and the Minimess connection (4).

„ Insert the lever (2) from the scope of delivery of the machine into the holder of the hand pump.

„ To fold up the side mounted mower completely, actuate the hand pump using the lever (2) until the side mounted mower left is in the transport position.

Checking locking

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26.9

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub

26.9

BM000-161

„ Check whether the journal (1) of the side mounted mower is positioned completely in the interlocking claw (2).

„ If not, continue to fold up the side mounted mower.

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub

NOTICE

Wrong installation position

The machine may be damaged if the installation position of the bearing housings is not observed.

„ Clockwise rotating (RH) cutting discs / mower drums always have right-handed pinion shaft and nut (no groove mark on pinion shaft and nut).

„ Anti-clockwise rotating (LH) cutting discs / mower drums always have left-handed pinion shaft and nut (with groove mark on pinion shaft and nut).

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Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub 26.9

I

7

8 a

9

3

3

!

3

2

4 d b

C

1

10

BM000-233

ü

The machine is in the working position, see Page 222

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, see Page 31

.

„ Dismount the cutting disc or the mower drum at the rotary hub with the defective shear bolt.

„ Remove the retaining ring (7).

„ Unscrew the screws (8).

„ Dismount the nut (2) by using the special key (10) included with delivery.

„ Dismount the hub (1).

„ Remove the damaged shear pins (3).

„ Check the nut and the hub for damage.

INFO : Replace damaged parts by KRONE original spare parts.

„ Fill the space above the bearing with grease (c).

„ Place the hub on the pinion shaft.

INFO : Observe the position of the shear pins. The slots of the shear pins (3) must be mounted facing each other horizontally , see detail (I).

„ Punch the new shear pins from the outside through the hub (1) and the shaft (4) until the end of the pin reaches the surface of the hub (d).

„

Mount the nut (2) with the special key (10), see Page 65 with a tightening torque of

300 Nm .

„ Fit the screws (8) with detent edged washers.

„ Mount retaining ring (7).

„ Mount the cutting disc (5) or the mower drum (6).

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26.10 Checking/replacing retaining bolts

26.10

Checking/replacing retaining bolts

WARNING

Risk of injury due to low material thickness on the retaining bolts

If the material thickness on the retaining bolts is too low, the blades may loosen due to the high rotating speed. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Whenever a blade is changed, check the material thickness of the retaining bolts.

„ When the retaining bolts are damaged or worn, replace them in kits per cutting disc/ mower drum.

„ The retaining bolts must be replaced at the latest when the material thickness at the thinnest point is below 14 mm .

Blade screw connection design Blade quick fastener design

KM000-039 / KM000-040

With “Blade quick fastener” design

492

KM000-079

The material thickness of the retaining bolts and blade carriers is checked by means of gauge

(1) included with delivery. The gauge (1) is located on the special tool (2).

Section (1.1) of the gauge (1) is used to check the material thickness of the retaining bolts.

Section (1.2) of the gauge (1) is used to check the contour of the blade carriers.

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Checking/replacing blade carrier 26.11

KM000-089

„ Remove the blades.

„ Clean the section to be checked.

„ Place the gauge (1) with the section (1.1) against the retaining bolt (2).

„ Rotate the gauge by 90 degrees.

Æ If it is not possible to slide the gauge (1) over the retaining bolt (2) during the rotation, the retaining bolt (2) is OK.

Æ If it is possible to slide the gauge (1) over the retaining bolt (2) during the rotation, the retaining bolt (2) must be replaced immediately.

26.11

Checking/replacing blade carrier

"Blade quick fastener" version

WARNING

Risk of injury due to low material thickness and/or worn application seam on the blade carriers

If the material thickness is too low and/or an application seam on the blade carrier is worn, blades may loosen due to the high rotating speed. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The blade carriers must be checked at least once a day or after contact with foreign objects.

„ Whenever a blade is changed, check the material thickness of the blade carriers.

„ The material thickness of the blade carriers must not be less than 3 mm at the weakest point.

„ The blade carriers must be replaced at the latest when the application seam (1) is worn at one point.

„ The blade carriers must only be replaced by KRONE original spare parts.

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26.11 Checking/replacing blade carrier

KM000-041

With “Blade quick fastener” design

KM000-079

The material thickness of the retaining bolts and blade carriers is checked by means of gauge

(1) included with delivery. The gauge (1) is located on the special tool (2).

Section (1.1) of the gauge (1) is used to check the material thickness of the retaining bolts.

Section (1.2) of the gauge (1) is used to check the contour of the blade carriers.

494

KM000-090

„ Remove the blades.

„ Clean the area to be checked.

„ Slide the gauge (1) with the section (1.2) as far as it will go over the retaining bolt of the blade carrier (2).

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Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums 26.12

KM000-091

Æ If the contour of the blade carrier (2) protrudes completely beyond the contour of the gauge

(1) in section (IC), the wear limit of the blade carrier (2) is not reached.

Æ If the contour of the blade carrier (2) disappears at any point in section (IIC) behind the contour of the gauge, the wear limit of the blade carrier (2) is reached. The blade carrier (2) must be replaced.

26.12

Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums

WARNING

Deformed cutting discs/mower drums

If cutting discs/mower drums are deformed, blades may become detached due to high rotating speed. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must be checked at least once a day or after contact with foreign objects.

„ If cutting discs/mower drums are deformed, the dimension X=48 mm must not be exceeded.

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must only be replaced by KRONE original spare parts.

KM000-042

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26.12 Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums

26.12.1

Checking the wear limit on cutting discs/mower drums

WARNING

Abrasion on cutting discs/mower drums

Due to abrasion limits on the cutting discs/mower drums, the blades or parts may loosen because of high rotating speed. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

The wear limit for abrasion limits (2) on the cutting discs/mower drums is reached when the material thickness is less than 3 mm .

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must be replaced at the latest when the material thickness is below the minimum material thickness of 3 mm.

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must only be replaced by KRONE original spare parts.

KM000-043

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Waste disposal 27

Waste disposal

After the service life of the machine has expired, the individual components of the machine must be disposed of properly. The currently applicable country-specific waste disposal directives and the concerning valid laws must be observed.

Metal parts

• All metal parts must be brought to a metal recycling centre.

• The parts must be freed from operating fluids and lubricants (gearbox oil, oil from hydraulic system, ...) before being scrapped.

• The operating fluids and lubricants must be brought separately to an environmentally friendly disposal point or recycling centre.

Operating fluids and lubricants

• Operating fluids and lubricants (diesel fuel, coolant, gearbox oil, oil from hydraulic system,

…) must be brought to a disposal point for waste oil.

Synthetic materials

• All synthetic materials must be brought to a recycling centre for synthetic materials.

Rubber

• Rubber parts (hoses, tyres, …) must be brought to a rubber recycling centre.

Electronic scrap

• All electronic parts must be brought to a disposal point for electronic scrap.

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28.1

Parameter list

28 Appendix

28.1

Parameter list

>>>

2

CE [ }  499]

2

DRC [ }  501]

2

KMC [ }  503]

2

TRM [ }  515]

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Icons

"Control units overview" menu.......................... 132

"Day counter" menu.......................................... 128

"Error history" menu ......................................... 131

"Navigation scroll wheel" function..................... 110

“Active Errors” menu......................................... 131

“Counters” menu .............................................. 122

“Customer Counter” menu................................ 122

“Diagnostics” menu explanation ....................... 150

“Error” menu ..................................................... 130

“Total Counter” menu ....................................... 130

numerical

12 V sockets ..................................................... 106

A

Activating cruise control ................................... 211

Activating horn.................................................... 78

Actuating headlamp flasher ................................ 81

Actuating service brake ...................................... 83

Additional equipment and spare parts ................ 18

Adjustable air nozzles ...................................... 173

Adjusting outside rear-view mirrors .................... 90

Adjusting the scraper sheet .............................. 248

Air-cushioned comfort seat............................... 164

Appendix .......................................................... 498

Applicable documents ........................................ 10

Applying parking brake ..................................... 214

Automatic climate control ................................... 99

Automatic steering system ............................... 119

B

Basic position of the stop cocks ............... 484, 487

Basic safety instructions ..................................... 17

Batteries ........................................................... 346

Behavior in the case of voltage flashover of

overhead lines .................................................... 26

Behaviour after the engine has stalled ............. 208

Behaviour in dangerous situations and in case of

accidents ............................................................ 30

Bringing up menu level ..................................... 149

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C

Cabin ................................................................ 163

Calibrate mower load relief............................... 463

Calibrate rear axle straight-ahead position....... 464

Calibrate traction drive ..................................... 464

Calibrating cutting height .................................. 465

Calibrating end positions of the mowers .......... 468

Calibrating the front and rear axle .................... 476

Car jack contact points ..................................... 472

Carrying out a visual inspection at the receiver/

dryer ................................................................. 287

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter

element changes safely...................................... 32

Central lubrication unit

Fill lubricant tank .................................... 337

Change engine coolant .................................... 482

Change kraftband "belt drive of front mounted

mower" ............................................................. 308

Changing blades for the “blade quick fastener”

version .............................................................. 314

Changing blades for the “blade screw connection”

version .............................................................. 313

Changing high-pressure filter ........................... 344

Changing kraftband “belt drive side mounted

mowers”............................................................ 304

Changing the filter of the transfer gearbox ....... 483

Changing the oil ....................................... 355, 356

Changing/saving parameter ............................. 150

Charging batteries ............................................ 347

Check before start-up ....................................... 163

Check filling level.............................................. 338

Check guard cloths........................................... 320

Check pipework of the engine cooling system and

the charge air ................................................... 280

Check pipework of the exhaust aftertreatment

system .............................................................. 281

Check the hub bearings for wear: .................... 481

Check/change blades ....................................... 312

Checking attachment of steering cylinder ........ 291

Checking deflector sheets ................................ 241

Checking engine oil level.................................. 269

Checking engine piping .................................... 279

Checking fitting of track rod .............................. 291

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Checking fuel lines ........................................... 281

Checking hydraulic hoses ................................ 344

Checking kraftband .................................. 292, 300

Checking lockings of lateral mowers ................ 205

Checking pipework in the air conditioning and

heating system ................................................. 279

Checking pipework of the air intake ................. 280

Checking pulley ........................................ 292, 300

Checking side guards of lateral mowers .......... 205

Checking the belt tension ................................. 293

Checking the blade for wear............................. 312

Checking the condition and filling quantity of

refrigerant ......................................................... 288

Checking the engine coolant level.................... 278

Checking the fire extinguisher .......................... 296

Checking the hub bearing of the rear axle, with

front wheel drive version .................................. 481

Checking the hub cover of the rear axle, with front

wheel drive version........................................... 292

Checking the tines on the tine conditioner ....... 309

Checking the wear limit on cutting discs/mower

drums ............................................................... 496

Checking/adjusting the belt tension of the front

mounted mower conditioner drive .................... 301

Checking/maintaining tyres .............................. 294

Checking/refilling windscreen washer system .. 285

Checking/replacing blade carrier ...................... 493

Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums 495

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar ........... 315

Checking/replacing retaining bolts ................... 492

Checking/setting belt tension of auger drive .... 303

Checking/setting belt tension of fan drive and

exhaust fan ....................................................... 293

Checking/setting belt tension of rotating screen

drive.................................................................. 294

Checking/setting locking of side guards ........... 243

Checklist for initial operation ............................ 154

Chemicals........................................................... 25

Children in danger .............................................. 18

Cigarette lighter 12 V/24 V socket .................... 106

Cleaning air filter .............................................. 282

Cleaning and maintaining batteries .................. 346

Cleaning cooler and cooler compartment......... 290

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Cleaning dust discharge valve ......................... 283

Cleaning engine compartment with compressed air

......................................................................... 268

Cleaning fuel tank............................................. 270

Cleaning the machine....................................... 265

Climbing up and down safely ............................. 28

Coming Home function ....................................... 89

Commissioning – mowing operation ................ 177

Components of air conditioning ........................ 286

Connecting a battery ........................................ 349

Connecting the front mounted mower .............. 179

Consumables ............................................... 24, 71

Contact ................................................................. 2

Contact data of your dealer .................................. 2

Content of the storage compartments on the

machine .............................................................. 65

Control and Display Elements ............................ 75

Control and display elements on the keypad ..... 95

Control and display elements on the steering

column ................................................................ 78

Control of moving machine................................. 19

Control of the machine during operation ............ 19

Conversion table ................................................ 13

Coolant ............................................................... 74

Cooling box (version with "Insulated thermobox")

......................................................................... 175

Creating a surface ............................................ 125

Creating customer data record ......................... 123

Cross references ................................................ 10

Cruise control ................................................... 211

Cutterbar .......................................................... 310

Cutterbar side mounted mowers ...................... 318

D

Damaged compressor unit ................................. 27

Damaged hydraulic hoses .................................. 27

Danger associated with welding work ................ 29

Danger resulting from damage to the machine .. 20

Danger when driving on road and field............... 23

Danger zone between (self-propelled) mower

conditioner and mowers ..................................... 21

Danger zone due to trailing machine parts......... 22

Danger zone ejected objects .............................. 22

Danger zone PTO shaft...................................... 21

Danger zone universal shaft............................... 21

Danger zone when drive is switched on ............. 22

Danger zones ..................................................... 20

Dangers arising from environment ..................... 25

Dangers during road travel ................................. 23

Dangers if the machine is not prepared properly for

road travel .......................................................... 23

Dangers in connection with certain activities:

checking and charging batteries......................... 30

Dangers in connection with certain activities:

climbing up and down......................................... 28

Dangers in connection with certain activities:

Working on the machine..................................... 28

Dangers in connection with certain activities:

working on wheels and tyres .............................. 30

Dangers when operating the machine on slopes 24

Data memory ...................................................... 63

Deactivating cruise control ............................... 212

Decoupling the front mounted mower .............. 183

Deleting a surface ............................................ 126

Description display ........................................... 109

Description of the keys ..................................... 110

Determine the bearing clearance of the hub

bearings:........................................................... 481

Diagnostics sockets.......................................... 107

Direct input “Field mode” .................................. 135

Directories and references ................................. 10

Dirt deposits in engine compartment ................ 268

Disconnecting the batteries .............................. 347

Dismounting belt pulleys .................................. 246

Dismounting component group for swathing .... 195

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Dismounting the bottom flap............................. 252

Dismounting the cross conveyor ...................... 200

Dismounting the side mounted mowers ........... 188

Dismounting the universal shaft from the front

mounted mower................................................ 184

Dismounting the universal shaft on the side

mounted mower................................................ 191

Dismounting/mounting the conditioner drive guard

......................................................................... 298

Dismounting/mounting the guard for the front

mounted mower input gearbox ......................... 299

Dismounting/mounting the guard of the auger drive

......................................................................... 299

Display design .................................................. 108

Display for acceleration behavior (1) ................ 139

Display for cruise control (5)............................. 140

Distributor blocks of central lubrication system 332

Disturbances of the electrics/electronics .......... 359

Drain condensation water from the water separator

of the fuel prefilter............................................. 271

Drain engine coolant ........................................ 482

Draining water and sediments .......................... 270

Drawer for first-aid kit and operating instructions

......................................................................... 175

Driver's seat...................................................... 164

Driving and Transport ....................................... 204

Driving backward and stopping ........................ 212

Driving forwards and stopping .......................... 210

E

Emergency manual operation .......................... 483

Emergency unfolding of the side mounted mowers

................................................................. 484, 487

Engine and driving data display range ............. 136

Engine coolant.................................................. 277

Engine oil level ................................................. 269

Engine overview ............................................... 268

Ensuring functionality of safety devices ............. 22

Environmental protection and disposal .............. 25

Error list ............................................................ 365

Exporting customer data .................................. 128

External starting of the machine ....................... 462

F

Fast change of direction of travel (fast reversing)

......................................................................... 225

Field Mode........................................................ 222

Field mode on slopes ....................................... 223

Figures ............................................................... 11

Filling the lubricant tank.................................... 337

Finely calibrating the cutting height .................. 467

Fire extinguisher ................................................. 57

Fire hazard ......................................................... 25

Fitting wheel chocks ......................................... 216

Fold down the front guard ................................ 230

Fold up left side mounted mower ..................... 488

Fold up right side mounted mower ................... 489

Folding down left side mounted mower ............ 485

Folding down right side mounted mower.......... 486

Folding down side guards into working position

......................................................................... 228

Folding up side guards into transport position.. 228

Folding up the front guard ................................ 229

Folding up/folding down side guards ................ 227

Front guard ....................................................... 229

Front mounted mower cutter bar ...................... 316

Fuel is harmful .................................................... 24

Fuel prefilter/water separator ........................... 271

Fuel/urea ............................................................ 74

Function description ........................................... 68

G

General aspects ............................................... 174

H

Hot liquids........................................................... 27

Hot surfaces ....................................................... 28

How to use this document .................................. 10

Hydraulic oil ...................................................... 341

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I

Icons in figures ................................................... 11

Icons in the text .................................................. 11

Ignition lock ........................................................ 98

Impact damage protection system ................... 251

Importance of operating instructions .................. 17

Increasing cutting height at front mounted mower

with high-cut skids ............................................ 239

Increasing the cutting height at the side mounted

mowers by means of high-cut skids ................. 249

Indicator and warning lamps .............................. 82

Indicator lamp for direction of travel and parking

brake (2) ........................................................... 139

Indicator lamp for machine height (6) ............... 141

Indicator lamp for PowerSplit (3) ...................... 139

Indicator lamp for traction control system (TC) (4)

......................................................................... 140

Information area ............................................... 135

Information for enquiries and orders .............. 2, 68

Information labels on the machine ..................... 57

Information on direction ...................................... 11

Information on This Document ........................... 10

Initial operation ................................................. 154

Input window .................................................... 111

Inside rear mirror .............................................. 174

Installing batteries ............................................ 349

Installing the blades.......................................... 161

Instructional seat .............................................. 174

Intended use....................................................... 16

Interior lighting .................................................... 92

J

Jack up rear axle .............................................. 474

Jack up the front wheel .................................... 474

Jacking up the machine.................................... 473

Jobs on the machine .......................................... 19

K

Keep cabin free of chemicals ............................. 25

Keys in the title bar ........................................... 121

L

Labelling ............................................................. 67

Ladder lighting .................................................... 88

Lashing the machine ........................................ 220

Leaving Home function....................................... 88

Life-threatening electric shock from overhead lines

........................................................................... 26

Lifting points on the mowers............................. 323

Light control unit ................................................. 84

Lighting ............................................................... 84

Lighting and labeling ........................................ 164

Lighting for refuelling .......................................... 89

Liquids under high pressure ............................... 27

Load limit control ................................................ 68

Location and meaning of the information labels . 58

Locking screws on the gearboxes .................... 264

Lubricants ......................................................... 336

Lubricate the intermediate gear........................ 328

Lubricating grease .............................................. 74

Lubricating universal shafts .............................. 326

Lubrication chart - machine .............................. 329

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M

Machine Description ........................................... 64

Machine overview............................................... 64

Main battery switch........................................... 217

Main menu........................................................ 134

Main mode switch............................................... 97

Maintain main gearbox of side mounted mowers

......................................................................... 356

Maintaining a charge ........................................ 347

Maintaining air conditioning and heating .......... 286

Maintaining belt drives.............................. 292, 300

Maintaining chassis .......................................... 291

Maintaining hydraulic oil tank ........................... 341

Maintaining input gearbox of front mounted mower

......................................................................... 354

Maintaining main gearbox of front mounted mower

......................................................................... 355

Maintaining starter ............................................ 350

Maintaining the rear axle with front wheel drive

version .............................................................. 481

Maintaining transfer gearbox ............................ 352

Maintaining tyres and wheels ........................... 294

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox........................ 357

Maintaining wheel hub gearbox front/right ....... 357

Maintenance – 6 times after every 10 hours .... 256

Maintenance – After the season....................... 255

Maintenance - as required................................ 262

Maintenance – at the beginning of the cold season

......................................................................... 257

Maintenance – Basic Machine ......................... 285

Maintenance – Before the season.................... 254

Maintenance – Central Lubrication System...... 332

Maintenance – Electrics ................................... 345

Maintenance - Engine ...................................... 267

Maintenance - every 1,000 hours but at least at the

end of the season ............................................. 260

Maintenance – Every 1,000 hours, but at least

before the season............................................. 261

Maintenance - Every 10 hours, but at least once a

day.................................................................... 257

Maintenance - every 100 hours ........................ 258

Maintenance – Every 2 years ........................... 262

Maintenance – Every 2,000 hours.................... 261

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Maintenance - every 250 hours ........................ 259

Maintenance - Every 50 hours ......................... 258

Maintenance - Every 500 hours ....................... 259

Maintenance - Gearbox .................................... 351

Maintenance - General Information .................. 253

Maintenance - Hydraulic System...................... 340

Maintenance - Lubrication ................................ 326

Maintenance – mowing units ............................ 298

Maintenance - once after 1 hour ...................... 256

Maintenance – Once after 1,000 km ................ 257

Maintenance - Once after 50 hours .................. 256

Maintenance – Once after 500 hours ............... 256

Maintenance and repair work ............................. 28

Maintenance lighting .......................................... 89

Maintenance table ............................................ 254

Malfunction, Cause and Remedy ..................... 359

Malfunctions indicated on display..................... 104

Malfunctions indicated on malfunction warning

panel................................................................. 119

Manual settings ................................................ 234

Manually setting the evaporator fan speed ...... 103

Means of representation..................................... 11

Menu "key test" explanation ............................. 152

Menu structure ................................................. 142

Metric thread screws with control thread .......... 262

Metric thread screws with countersunk head and

hexagon socket ................................................ 264

Metric thread screws with fine thread ............... 263

Mounting component group for swathing ......... 192

Mounting fire extinguisher ................................ 155

Mounting guard cloths ...................................... 155

Mounting licence plate...................................... 155

Mounting location ..................................... 484, 487

Mounting the anti-twist lock on the lighting module

......................................................................... 162

Mounting the belt pulleys.................................. 247

Mounting the cross conveyor ........................... 197

Mounting the side mounted mowers ................ 185

Mounting the universal shaft on the front mounted

mower shaft ...................................................... 182

Mounting the universal shaft on the side mounted

mower............................................................... 188

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Moving front mounted mower into the central

position ............................................................. 223

Moving support jack into support position ........ 231

Moving support jack into transport position ...... 230

N

Navigating in menus ......................................... 150

Navigation module............................................ 109

Navigation scroll wheel..................................... 110

Noise may damage your health.......................... 26

Notes with information and recommendations ... 13

Notices on driving the machine ........................ 210

O

Observing indicator and warning lamps ........... 208

Oil level inspection and oil change on the cutter

bar .................................................................... 316

Oils ..................................................................... 72

On-board instructors when using the machine for

work (passenger seat) ........................................ 19

Only perform work when the machine is at

standstill ............................................................. 28

Opening doors and windows of cabin ................ 75

Opening right side window ................................. 75

Opening the cabin door ...................................... 76

Operate input window....................................... 112

Operating air-cushioned comfort seat (for

"ACTIVO" version)............................................ 167

Operating air-cushioned comfort seat (for

"Standard" version)........................................... 165

Operating driver's seat (for ACTIVO version)... 167

Operating driver's seat (for standard version) .. 165

Operating elements on control lever .................. 93

Operating mowers ............................................ 224

Operating SectionControl ................................. 232

Operating support jack ..................................... 230

Operation.......................................................... 222

Operation alphanumeric input field................... 123

Operation only after proper commissioning........ 19

Operational safety: Technically sound condition 19

Overview of actuators....................................... 364

Overview of automatic climate control................ 99

Overview of control units .................................. 359

Overview of fuses ............................................. 359

Overview of gearboxes..................................... 351

Overview of operating elements ......................... 75

Overview sensors ............................................. 363

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P

Parameter list ................................................... 498

Parking the machine......................................... 218

Parking the machine safely ................................ 24

Passengers ........................................................ 19

Performing a visual inspection ......................... 344

Personal protective equipment ........................... 22

Personnel qualification of the operating personnel

........................................................................... 17

Personnel qualification of the technicians .......... 18

Possible terminals ............................................ 111

PowerSplit ........................................................ 231

Preparing the machine for road travel .............. 204

Preparing the machine for shipment ................ 220

Pressure limiting valves.................................... 340

Q

Quick-stop switch ............................................... 98

R

Raised machine and machine parts ................... 29

Raising mowers ................................................ 323

Re-adjust the transport lock ............................. 296

Reasonably foreseeable misuse ........................ 16

Recommended procedure ................................ 233

Recovering the Machine................................... 218

Refrigerant (air conditioning) .............................. 74

Refuelling ......................................................... 272

Release the parking brake manually ................ 219

Relieving/tensioning belt drive of auger drive... 303

Removing and mounting swath flaps right/left.. 240

Removing batteries .......................................... 348

Removing the machine wheels ........................ 221

Renaming surface ............................................ 125

Re-ordering ........................................................ 10

Repairs, maintenance and settings by technicians

......................................................................... 471

Replacing batteries........................................... 347

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub ....... 490

Replacing/cleaning circulation filter .................. 289

Replacing/cleaning fresh air filter ..................... 289

Retighten wheel nuts ........................................ 295

Road safety ........................................................ 23

Road travel lighting....................................... 66, 85

Rotary hub ........................................................ 310

Running actuator test ......................................... 32

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S

Safety ................................................................. 16

Safety features ................................................... 54

Safety labels on the machine ............................. 32

Safety markings on the machine ........................ 23

Safety routines ................................................... 31

Save cutting height 1 and cutting height 2 ....... 235

Saving mower relief 1 and mower relief 2 ........ 236

Saving speed for operation with cruise control. 211

Scope of the document ...................................... 11

Searching for the error in the central lubrication

system .............................................................. 339

SectionControl ............................................ 68, 119

Securing raised machine and machine parts

against lowering ................................................. 31

Selection window.............................................. 113

Sensor M12 ...................................................... 471

Sensor M18 ...................................................... 472

Service life of the machine ................................. 17

Set conditioner speed....................................... 238

Setting cabin temperature ................................ 101

Setting cutting height ........................................ 235

Setting driver’s seat .......................................... 164

Setting in the terminal....................................... 234

Setting mirror ...................................................... 90

Setting SectionControl...................................... 177

Setting swath width .......................................... 240

Setting the acceleration behaviour ................... 209

Setting the anti-collision mirror ........................... 91

Setting the auger speed ................................... 244

Setting the conditioner speed ........................... 244

Setting the degree of conditioning ............ 239, 249

Setting the lifting height at the front mounted

mower............................................................... 241

Setting the mower relief.................................... 236

Setting the sensors........................................... 471

Setting the side guards on the front mounted

mower............................................................... 237

Setting the side guards on the side mounted

mowers ............................................................. 242

Setting the terminal .......................................... 172

Setting wide spreading ............................. 239, 250

Setting wide spreading sheet ........................... 251

Settings ............................................................ 234

Settings on front mounted mower .................... 237

Settings on the side mounted mowers ............. 242

Shutting down and safeguarding the machine ... 31

Shutting down the diesel engine ...................... 283

SMV emblem ...................................................... 56

Sockets............................................................. 106

Sources of danger on the machine .................... 26

Starting and stopping surface counter.............. 127

Starting engine ................................................. 206

Starting intermediate lubrication ....................... 338

Starting up the machine ................................... 209

Start-up............................................................. 163

Status line......................................................... 116

Steering column adjustment ............................. 171

Steering column switch ...................................... 78

Stopping machine by using control lever.......... 213

Stopping machine with the service brake ......... 214

Stopping the machine....................................... 212

Structural modifications on the machine ............ 18

Sun visor .......................................................... 173

Switching air conditioning mode on/off ............. 102

Switching and saving working lights via “Memory”

key ...................................................................... 87

Switching direction indicators on/off ................... 79

Switching full beam on/off .................................. 80

Switching mirror heating on/off ........................... 92

Switching off the engine ................................... 216

Switching on automatic climate control ............ 100

Switching parking light/dipped beam on/off ........ 79

Switching REHEAT mode on/off ...................... 102

Switching temperature display between degrees

Celsius and degrees Fahrenheit ...................... 104

Switching the flashing warning light on/off ......... 83

Switching the mower drive on and off .............. 226

Switching windshield wipers on/off ..................... 81

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Index 29

T

Target group of this document ........................... 10

Technical Data ................................................... 69

Technical limit values ......................................... 20

Technically sound state of the machine ............. 19

Tensioning/detensioning the conditioner drive belt

tension front mounted mower ........................... 301

Term “machine” .................................................. 11

Terminal ........................................................... 108

Terminal – Menus............................................. 142

Terminal machine functions ............................. 115

Tighten the screw connections on the central

support/chassis ................................................ 295

Tightening torques............................................ 262

Top up the engine coolant ................................ 278

Topping up engine oil ....................................... 270

Topping up fresh water..................................... 175

Topping up urea solution .................................. 274

Toxic exhaust gases........................................... 27

Traction drive indicator lights............................ 138

Transport position............................................. 204

Tyres................................................................... 74

U

Unsuitable consumables .................................... 24

Urea filter .......................................................... 273

USB connection................................................ 107

V

Validity ................................................................ 10

Vent friction clutch ............................................ 321

Vent fuel filter ................................................... 276

Viewing current surface data ............................ 127

W

Warning beacons ............................................... 87

Warning lamps – urea quality, errors or manipulation on the exhaust aftertreatment system

......................................................................... 120

Warning lamps – urea tank filling level ............. 120

Warning lamps for engine and fuel levels ........ 136

Warning signs..................................................... 12

Warnings of property damage/environmental

damage .............................................................. 13

Waste disposal ................................................. 497

Wiper on left/on right .......................................... 90

Working at or on heights of the machine ............ 29

Working lights ............................................... 66, 86

Working position ............................................... 222

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