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Cat telehandler TH336 TH337 TH406 TH407 TH414 TH514 TH417 Operation & Maintenance Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD


Cat telehandler TH336 TH337 TH406 TH407 TH414 TH514 TH417 Operation & Maintenance Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

S/N MJR00150 & After, S/N THM00150 & After
S/N DJB00150 & After, S/N SXJ00150 & After
S/N GAT00150 & After, S/N RCH00150 & After
S/N MLH00150 & After, S/N JJT00150 & After
S/N KEK00150 & After, S/N RWW00150 & After
S/N MWC00150 & After, S/N KKW00150 & After
S/N RRJ00150 & After, S/N RRW00150 & After

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Cat telehandler TH336 TH337 TH406 TH407 TH414 TH514 TH417 Operation & Maintenance Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

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Cat telehandler TH336 TH337 TH406 TH407 TH414 TH514 TH417 Operation & Maintenance Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

S/N MJR00150 & After, S/N THM00150 & After
S/N DJB00150 & After, S/N SXJ00150 & After
S/N GAT00150 & After, S/N RCH00150 & After
S/N MLH00150 & After, S/N JJT00150 & After
S/N KEK00150 & After, S/N RWW00150 & After
S/N MWC00150 & After, S/N KKW00150 & After
S/N RRJ00150 & After, S/N RRW00150 & After

  • This manual  is a very important tool! Keep it with the machine at all times.
  • The purpose of this manual is to provide owners, users, operators, lessors, and lessees with the precautions and operating procedures essential for the safe and proper machine operation for its intended purpose.
  • Due to continuous product improvements, JLG Industries, Inc. reserves the right to make specification changes without prior notification. Contact JLG Industries, Inc. for updated information

Operator Qualifications

  • The operator of the machine must not operate the machine until this manual has been read, training is accomplished and operation of the machine has been completed under the supervision of an experienced and qualified operator.
  • Operation within the U.S.A. requires training per OSHA 1910.178. Operators of this equipment must possess a valid, applicable driver’s license, be in good physical and mental condition, have normal reflexes and reaction time, good vision and depth perception and normal hearing.
  • Operator must not be using medication which could impair abilities nor be under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicant during the work shift

In addition, the operator must read, understand and comply with instructions contained in the following material furnished with the material handler

• This Operation & Maintenance Manual
• Telehandler Safety Manual (ANSI only)
• All instructional decals and plates
• Any optional equipment instructions furnished

The operator must also read, understand and comply with all applicable Employer, Industry and Governmental rules, standards and regulations

  • This product must comply with all safety related bulletins. Contact JLG Industries, Inc. or the local Caterpillar dealer representative for information regarding safety-related bulletins which may have been issued for this product.
  • JLG Industries, Inc. sends safety related bulletins to the owner of record of this machine. Contact JLG Industries, Inc. to ensure that the current owner records are updated and accurate.
  • JLG Industries, Inc. must be notified immediately in all instances where JLG products have been involved in an accident involving bodily injury or death of personnel or when damage has occurred to personal property or the JLG product.

FOR:
• Accident Reporting and Product Safety Publications
• Current Owner Updates
• Questions Regarding Product Applications and Safety
• Standards and Regulations Compliance Information
• Questions Regarding Product Modifications

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Cat telehandler TH336 TH337 TH406 TH407 TH414 TH514 TH417 Operation & Maintenance Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

Read This First
Operator Qualifications b
Modifications b
Other Publications Available d
Table of Contents
Section 1 – General Safety Practices
1 1 Hazard Classification System 1-1
Safety Alert System and Safety Signal Words 1-1
1 2 General Precautions 1-1
1 3 Operation Safety 1-2
Electrical Hazards 1-2
Tip Over Hazard 1-3
Travel Hazard 1-6
Load Falling Hazard 1-7
Lifting Personnel 1-8
Driving Hazards on Slopes 1-9
Pinch Points and Crush Hazards 1-10
Fall Hazard 1-12
Chemical Hazards 1-13
Section 2 – Pre-Operation and Inspection
2 1 Pre-Operation Check and Inspection 2-1
2 2 Safety Decals 2-3
TH336C, TH337C, TH406C & TH407C (CE & AUS) 2-3
TH406C & TH407C (ANSI) 2-6
TH414C, TH514C & TH417C (CE & AUS) 2-8
TH514C (ANSI) 2-11
2 3 Walk-Around Inspection 2-14
2 4 Warm-Up and Operational Checks 2-16
Warm-Up Check 2-16
Operational Check 2-16
2 5 Operator Cab 2-17
2 6 Windows 2-18
Cab Door Window 2-18
Rear Window 2-19
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Section 3 – Controls and Indicators
3 1 General 3-1
3 2 Controls 3-2
Instrument Panel 3-4
Display Screen 3-6
Keypad 3-8
Ignition 3-10
Park Brake 3-11
Parking Procedure 3-11
Transmission Control Lever (if equipped) 3-12
Load Stability Indicator – LSI (CE & AUS) 3-14
Steering Column Adjuster 3-16
Joystick 3-18
Front Console Switches 3-24
Right Console Switches 3-26
Accessory Control Lever 3-28
Reversing Fan (if equipped) 3-29
3 3 Anti Theft 3-30
3 4 Steer Modes 3-32
Manual Steering Alignment Mode Change 3-32
All Wheel Assisted Steering Alignment
Mode Change 3-33
3 5 Operator Seat 3-34
Operator Presence (CE & AUS) 3-34
Adjustments 3-35
Seat Belt 3-38
3 6 Boom Indicators 3-39
Boom Extension 3-39
Boom Angle (AUS) 3-39
Section 4 – Operation
4 1 Engine 4-1
Starting the Engine 4-1
Battery Boosted Starting 4-2
Normal Engine Operation 4-3
Shut-Down Procedure 4-3
4 2 After-Treatment System (S/N MJR00150 & After,
S/N DJB00150 & After, S/N GAT00150 & After,
S/N MLH00150 & After, S/N KEK00150 & After,
S/N MWC00150 & After, S/N RRJ00150 & After –
if equipped with 75 kW engine) 4-4
Automatic Regeneration 4-4
Manual Regeneration 4-5
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4 3 Operating with a Non-Suspended Load 4-6
Lift Load Safely 4-6
Picking Up a Load 4-6
Transporting a Load 4-7
Leveling Procedure 4-7
Placing a Load 4-8
Disengaging a Load 4-8
4 4 Operating with a Suspended Load 4-9
Lift Load Safely 4-9
Picking Up a Suspended Load 4-9
Transporting a Suspended Load 4-10
Leveling Procedure 4-10
Placing a Suspended Load 4-11
Disengaging a Suspended Load 4-11
4 5 Road Operation (CE) 4-12
4 6 Loading and Securing for Transport 4-13
Tiedown 4-13
Lifting 4-14
Section 5 – Attachments and Hitches
5 1 Approved Attachments 5-1
5 2 Unapproved Attachments 5-1
5 3 JLG Supplied Attachments 5-2
TH336C, TH337C, TH406C & TH407C 5-2
TH414C, TH514C & TH417C 5-4
5 4 Telehandler/Attachment/Fork Capacity 5-6
5 5 Use of the Load Chart 5-7
Capacity Indicator Locations 5-7
Sample Load Chart (CE & ANSI) 5-8
Sample Load Chart (AUS) 5-10
Example 5-12
5 6 Attachment Installation 5-13
CAT Quick Coupler 5-13
JD Coupler 5-16
Manitou Coupler 5-18
JCB Coupler 5-21
Hydraulic Operated Attachment 5-24
5 7 Platform Attachment (if equipped) 5-25
5 8 Adjusting/Moving Forks 5-26
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5 9 Attachment Operation 5-28
Carriage w/Forks 5-29
Side Shift Carriage 5-30
Rotate/Side Tilt Carriage and Fork Rotator Carriage 5-32
Bucket 5-34
Multi-Purpose Bucket 5-36
Grapple Bucket 5-38
Manure Fork 5-40
Bale Handler 5-42
Coupler Mounted Hook 5-44
Truss Boom 5-45
Platform 5-46
5 10 Hitches and Trailer Brakes (TH336C, TH337C,
TH406C & TH407C) 5-47
Retrieval Hitch 5-47
Pin Hitch – CUNA C (Italy) 5-48
Pin Hitch – CUNA D2 (Italy) 5-49
EEC Manual Pin Hitch 5-50
EEC Auto Hitch 5-51
Piton Frame and EEC Auto Hitch 5-52
Hydraulic Hitch 5-53
Trailer Brakes 5-54
Section 6 – Emergency Procedures
6 1 Towing a Disabled Product 6-1
Moving Short Distances 6-1
Moving Longer Distance 6-1
6 2 Emergency Lowering of Boom 6-2
6 3 Emergency Lowering of Boom If Equipped for Platform 6-3
Auxiliary Power System 6-3
6 4 Cab Emergency Exit 6-4
Section 7 – Lubrication and Maintenance
7 1 Introduction 7-1
Clothing and Safety Gear 7-1
7 2 General Maintenance Instructions 7-2
7 3 Service and Maintenance Schedules 7-3
10 & 1st 50 Hour Maintenance Schedule 7-3
50 & 1st 250 Hour Maintenance Schedule 7-4
250 & 500 Hour Maintenance Schedule 7-5
1000, 1500 & 3000 Hour Maintenance Schedule 7-6
6000 & 12000 Hour Maintenance Schedule 7-7
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7 4 Lubrication Schedules 7-8
50 Hour Lubrication Schedule 7-8
500 Hour Lubrication Schedule 7-12
7 5 Operator Maintenance Instructions 7-14
Fuel System 7-14
Cab Air Filters (if equipped) 7-16
Tires 7-18
Engine Oil 7-20
Engine Cooling System 7-21
Hydraulic Oil 7-22
Transmission Oil 7-23
Air Intake System 7-24
Battery 7-26
Windshield Washer System (if equipped) 7-27
Section 8 – Additional Checks
8 1 General 8-1
8 2 Load Stability Indicator System (CE & AUS) 8-1
8 3 Boom Interlock (TH414C, TH514C & TH417C) 8-2
8 4 Auxiliary Power (If Equipped for Platform) 8-3
Section 9 – Specifications
9 1 Product Specifications 9-1
Fluids 9-1
Fluid Capacities 9-3
Tires 9-4
Performance 9-6
Dimensions 9-9
Declaration of Vibration (CE) 9-12
Noise Emission Level (CE) 9-13
Machine Towing Capacity 9-14

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