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  • EH1600/EH1700 GENERAL SERVICE INFORMATION

    FORM/PUBLICATION NO.

    GROUP TITLE

    PUBLICATION NO. 10192 ENG

    GROUP 0

    11/01

    091 Service Position and Safety SM638R1 SM638R1 Instructions

    360ND 350HD

  • SERVICE POSITION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS GROUP 091

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    SERVICE POSITION Before working on the machine, park it on a level surface and put it in the “SERVICE POSITION”

    1. Engine stopped, ignition key removed (except when service requires engine operation).

    2. Tag the machine following local lockout & tag procedure. Identify machine as ”Out of Service”.

    3. If body is raised, use body prop cable.

    4. The Wheels blocked. 5. Body control lever in the “FLOAT”

    position. 6. Parking brake applied. 7. Allow the machine to cool down. 8. Pressure released from all lines,

    tanks, and accumulators.

    WARNING! If work must be done on a warm machine, beware of hot fluids and components.

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    A FEW SIMPLE RULES WHEN SERVICING

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    Do not perform any work on the machine unless you are authorized to do so.

    Maintenance can be dangerous unless performed properly. Be satisfied that you have the necessary skills, information, correct tools, and equipment to do the job correctly.

    Standard maintenance procedures should always be observed. Read the manufacturer’s manual or find assistance if you do not understand what you are doing.

    Failure to perform the Basic Preventive Maintenance as outlined may void machine warranty.

    Read all nameplates and decals before you operate the machine. Each nameplate and decal has important information about operation or service.

    Deflate tires before loosening any rim clamp bolts.

    Always stop the engine before removing inspection covers. Do not let tools or parts fall into the opening.

    Stand away from the rear exhaust area when the engine is running.

    When running a machine indoors, be sure the building is properly ventilated.

    WARNING! Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm.

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    Do not wear loose fitting clothing or jewelry when working on a machine.

    Always wear a hard hat, safety glasses, gloves, shoes or other protective articles as the job requires.

    Before you work on the machine always lower the body. If you must work on the machine with the body raised, always securely support the body using the body prop cable.

    Be sure the machine is in the “SERVICE POSITION” before lifting the machine. Always support an elevated machine using proper blocks and/or cribbing before beginning work on it.

    Be sure the “body prop cable” is engaged when working beneath a raised dump body.

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    A FEW SIMPLE RULES WHEN SERVICING (continued)

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    When lifting or supporting components, use equipment with a weight capacity as great or greater than the weight of the component.

    Use the correct tool(s) for the job. Repair or replace any broken or defective equipment or tools.

    Make sure that no tool(s) or other object(s) are left inside the machine where they may cause damage.

    Release all system pressure slowly before working on any part of the hydraulic system.

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    Remove all pressure caps carefully.

    Be careful of hot fluid when changing oil in the engine, hydraulic system, etc.

    To find leakage, use a piece of cardboard or wood, not your hand.

    Never adjust a pressure relief valve above the manufacturer’s recommendations.

    Always inspect the cooling system with the engine stopped.

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    Check that there is no damage to electric wires and hoses.

    Check that there is no damage to hydraulic and brake hoses caused by chafing. When wires have been disconnected it is important that they are clamped so they cannot be exposed to chafing.

    When performing any welding operation on a machine, turn the battery disconnect switch to the “OFF” position and disconnect the negative (–) and positive (+) wire connections at the battery.

    When welding and cutting, the paint must be removed up to a distance of 10 cm (4 in) from the welding or cutting point. Paint which is subject to high temperature may cause harmful gases.

    The following safety instructions should be followed:

    Remove the paint from the area where work is to be per- formed through sand blasting.

    If the paint cannot be removed by sand blasting, it must be removed in some other way e.g., with paint stripper.

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    A FEW SIMPLE RULES WHEN SERVICING (continued) Note: When using paint stripper, be sure to wear protective

    gloves and work in a well ventilated area.

    Note: A high speed grinding machine also heats the paint and must only be used in a well ventilated area.

    Polymer materials such as rubber and certain kinds of plastics can, when heated, give off gases that may be dangerous to health and environment.

    The following safety instructions should be followed:

    Do not weld or cut near polymer materials without first hav- ing protected them from the heat. Never burn polymer materials when scrapping them.

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    Note: All steps, ladders, stairways, handholds, platforms, walkways, and guard rails must be free of dirt, snow, and ice.

    Note: All steps, ladders, stairways, platforms, walkways, and non–skid deck strips must be replaced if damaged.

    FIRE PREVENTION MEASURES

    Fire prevention features provided by the manufacturer should be maintained in operational condition and should be used to supplement operator’s fire prevention efforts. In no case should the features be used or assumed as replacement for diligent operator efforts at preventing fires.

    Keep the work place clean. Oil or water on the floor makes it slippery and dangerous in connection with electrical equipment or electrically powered tools. Oily clothes are a serious fire hazard.

    Keep the machine and all equipment free of dirt and oil. This will decrease possible fire hazards and make it easier to find loose or defective parts. This is especially important when working with combustible materials.

    Machines should be clean of debris particularly around the engine, exhaust, and drive shaft components. Keep the machine extra clean when working in a sensitive environment.

    Note: If a high pressure jet is used for cleaning, take great care as the insulation of electrical wires can become damaged even at moderately high pressure and temperature. Protect electrical wires in a suitable way.

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    FIRE PREVENTION MEASURES (continued)

    Gasoline is highly flammable and should never be used as a cleaning fluid. Use an approved solvent for cleaning.

    Some solvents can cause skin rashes and or fire dangers. Do not inhale solvent vapors.

    Store flammable starting aids in a cool, well ventilated location.

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    Smoking, open flames, etc., should not be permitted around any machine during fueling operations and/or when the fuel system is open to the atmosphere.

    Prior to welding or brazing on any part of the machine, the part and the surrounding area should be cleaned and a fire extinguisher should be made readily available.

    Hydraulic fluid is flammable. Do not weld on pipes or tubes that are filled with fluid. Be careful when welding next to filled pipes or tubes.

    There is always a risk of fire. Find out which type of fire extinguisher to use, where it is and how to use it.

    In case of fire be prepared to run for safety, but if time permits first:

    Lower the body to the ground. Stop the engine by turning the master key switch to the ”OFF” position. Start combating the fire and/or call for help.

    WASTE HAZARDOUS TO THE ENVIRONMENT

    Waste fluids, components such as batteries, plastic objects and others which might constitute an environment danger, should not just be thrown away, but taken care of in a correct way in order to protect the environment.

    Note: Disposal of used lubricants, filters and batteries should be done in accordance with the rules and regulations of the local governing agencies.

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    NOTES

  • EH1600/EH1700 SERVICE AND OPERATOR’S INDEX FORM/PUBLICATION NO.

    GROUP TITLE

    GROUP 1

    161 Automatic Centalized Lubrication SM754R2 SM754R2 161 Centralized Lubrication SM789 SM789 170 Machine Specifications SM878R1 SM878R1 179 Special Tools SM401R5 SM401R5

    11/01 PUBLICATION NO. 10192 ENG

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  • AUTOMATIC CENTRALIZED LUBRICATION SYSTEM GROUP 161

    Page 1

    Form SM754R2

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    Figure 1 -Lincoln Centralized Lubrication System, Single Line Parallel

    1. Electric Pump Station 4. Right Front Injectors 2. Timer 5. Left Rear Injectors 3. Right Front Injectors 6. Right Rear Injectors

    DESCRIPTION Numbers in parentheses refer to Figure 1.

    The Lincoln Centralized Lubrication System provides a systematic metho