7Operator Safety and Alert Symbols The safety alert symbol is used with different words to attract your attention to messages found within the manual and on hazard decals located on the vehicle.!
8Operator Safety and Alert Symbols SAFETY CLASSIFICATIONSDanger - (With Safety Alert Symbol) This word indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious personal injury.
9Operator Safety and Alert Symbols Warning- (With Safety Alert Symbol) This word indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious personal injury.
10Operator Safety and Alert Symbols Caution- (With Safety Alert Symbol) This word indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
11Operator Safety and Alert Symbols Caution- This word without the safety alert symbol, indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.
12Operator Safety and Alert Symbols (1) Fasten safety belt(2) Make sure controls are in neutral(3) Apply park brake and neutral lock before starting engine.
13Operator Safety and Alert Symbols (4) NO PASSENGERS(5) Stay clear of pinch points(6) KEEP HANDS AND FEET IN CAB WHILE OPERATING.
14Operator Safety and Alert Symbols 360 walk-around3 points of contactGround all attachments(10) Caution must be taken on slopes especially on sloped terrain when using frame sway
15Operator Safety and Alert Symbols (11) Look in the direction of travel(12) Hearing protection required(13) Bulky Loads; Reverse, slow, inches
16Characteristics and Capabilities Weight– 26,900 lbs. W/out attachmentsMaximum lifting capacityType I Forks - 11,000 lbs. 24” Load centerType II Forks - 7,000 lbs. 48” Load center
28Attachment Tilt Mode Switch ( Right side of display panel ) OPERATOR CONTROLSAttachment Tilt Mode Switch ( Right side of display panel )Allows the operator to chose between the Lift/Lower function and the Extend/Retract function
29OPERATOR CONTROLS Multi-Function Joystick Boom Movement Attachment TiltFrame Sway
30Fork Shift Control Switches OPERATOR CONTROLSFork Shift Control SwitchesRight ForkLeft Fork
31RIGHT SIDE DASH CONT. Blackout Lights Hazards Head Lights Wipers Work LightsHazardsHead LightsWipers
40STARTING PROCEDURES NORMAL STARTING Engage parking brake Travel Selector Lever in neutralNeutral Lock Lever in locked positionPush and turn ignition switch to start position. Do not crank for more than 30 seconds
41STARTING PROCEDURES Slave Starting: Connect slave cables to booster vehicle, then to the disabled vehicle.Run booster vehicle just above idle.Follow normal starting procedures.
45Locked Mode Stabil-TRAK® Locked Mode Boom Angles Above 40º. Rear axle lockedRIGID with the frame.Activated by one or moreof these functions:-Engaging the Emergency Park Break-Placing Travel Select Leverin NEUTRAL-Depressing and holding theService Brake PedalFrame sway will operate slowly.
46Slow/Final Positioning Mode Stabil-TRAK®Final Positioning ModeBoom Angles Above 40ºWith Vehicle Traveling.Rear axle is unlockedand allowed to pivot,but will respond SLOWLYto changes in terrain.Frame Sway will operate normally
50Changing Attachments Remove (4) hydraulic quick disconnects Install “Male” and “Female” protective capsEnter and start the machine and tilt the forks downLower and retract the boomPerform in reverse order to apply new attachment
51Hydraulic Quick Disconnects Changing AttachmentsHydraulic Quick DisconnectsLEFT SIDERIGHT SIDE
53Using the Load Chart BOOM EXTEND LETTERS 4 3 BOOM ANGLE INDICATOR The vehicle is equipped with two indicators that will assist the operator in determining how to accurately use the capacity chart. These indicators are:As the boom is extended, boom extend letters and vertical dividing lines (3) become visible. These letters and vertical lines indicate the point (zone) of boom extension and correspond to the capacity chart.BOOM EXTEND LETTERSBOOM ANGLE INDICATORBOOM EXTEND LETTERS43BOOM ANGLE INDICATOR
54LOAD CHARTS Located on right side of Operator’s Cab Assist the operator in load placement
55Using the Load Chart (cont.) To use the capacity chart, determine three important things:1. Weight of the load being lifted.2. Height of the structure where theload is to be placed.3. Distance where the load will ultimately be placed in front of the front tires.
59Operator Safety and Alert Symbols Characteristics and Capabilities SummaryOperator Safety and Alert SymbolsCharacteristics and CapabilitiesOperator ControlsStarting ProceduresStabil-TRAKChanging AttachmentsLoad ChartsFinish all IRF’s and pass them to the front