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Manitou MLT 845-120-E3 Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD


Manitou MLT 845-120-E3 Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

648622 EN (01/07/2011)

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Manitou MLT 845-120-E3 Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

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Manitou MLT 845-120-E3 Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

648622 EN (01/07/2011)

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
– Ensure the area is sufficiently ventilated before starting the lift truck.
– Wear clothes suitable for the maintenance of the lift truck, avoid wearing jewellery and loose clothes. Tie and protect your hair, if
necessary.
– Stop the I.C. engine and remove the ignition key, when an intervention is necessary.
– Read the operator’s manual carefully.
– Carry out all repairs immediately, even if the repairs concerned are minor.
– Repair all leaks immediately, even if the leak concerned is minor.
– Make sure that the disposal of process materials and of spare parts is carried out in total safety and in a ecological way.
– Be careful of the risk of burning and splashing (exhaust, radiator, I.C. engine, etc.).
MAINTENANCE
– Perform the periodic service (see: 3 – MAINTENANCE) to keep your lift truck in good working conditions. Failure to perform the periodic
service may cancel the contractual guarantee.
MAINTENANCE LOGBOOK
– The maintenance operations carried out in accordance with the recommendations given in part: 3 – MAINTENANCE and the other
inspection, servicing or repair operations or modifications performed on the lift truck or its attachments shall be recorded in a
maintenance logbook. The entry for each operation shall include details of the date of the works, the names of the individuals or
companies having performed them, the type of operation and its frequency, if applicable. The part numbers of any lift truck items
replaced shall also be indicated.
LUBRICANT AND FUEL LEVELS
– Use the recommended lubricants (never use contaminated lubricants).
– Do not fill the fuel tank when the I.C. engine is running.
– Only fill up the fuel tank in areas specified for this purpose.
– Do not fill the fuel tank to the maximum level.
– Do not smoke or approach the lift truck with a flame, when the fuel tank is open or is being filled.

PREPARING THE LIFT TRUCK
– Clean the lift truck thoroughly.
– Check and repair any leakage of fuel, oil, water or air.
– Replace or repair any worn or damaged parts.
– Wash the painted surfaces of the lift truck in clear and cold water and wipe them.
– Touch up the paintwork if necessary.
– Shut down the lift truck (see: OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLADEN AND LADEN).
– Make sure the jib cylinder rods are all in retracted position.
– Release the pressure in the hydraulic circuits.
PROTECTING THE I.C. ENGINE
– Fill the tank with fuel (see: 3 – MAINTENANCE: A – DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE).
– Empty and replace the cooling liquid (see: 3 – MAINTENANCE: F – EVERY 2000 HOURS SERVICE).
– Leave the I.C. engine running at idling speed for a few minutes, then switch off.
– Replace the I.C. engine oil and oil filter (see: 3 – MAINTENANCE: D – EVERY 500 HOURS SERVICE).
– Add the protective product to the engine oil.
– Run the I.C. engine for a short time so that the oil and cooling liquid circulate inside.
– Disconnect the battery and store it in a safe place away from the cold, after charging it to a maximum.
– Remove the injectors and spray the protective product into each cylinder for two seconds with the piston in low neutral position.
– Turn the crankshaft once slowly and refit the injectors (see I.C. engine REPAIR MANUAL).
– Remove the intake hose from the manifold or turbocharger and spray the protective product into the manifold or turbocharger.
– Cap the intake manifold or turbocharger hole with waterproof adhesive tape.
– Remove the exhaust pipe and spray the protective product into the exhaust manifold or turbocharger.
– Refit the exhaust pipe and block the outlet with waterproof adhesive tape.
NOTE: The spray time is noted on the product packaging and must be increased by 50 % for turbo engines.
– Open the filler plug, spray the protective product around the rocker arm shaft and refit the filler plug.
– Cap the fuel tank using waterproof adhesive tape.
– Remove the drive belts and store them in a safe place.
– Disconnect the engine cut-off solenoid on the injection pump and carefully insulate the connection.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Manitou MLT 845-120-E3 Operator’s Manual – PDF DOWNLOAD

INSTRUCTIONS TO THE COMPANY MANAGER
THE SITE
THE OPERATOR
THE LIFT TRUCK
A – THE LIFT TRUCK’S SUITABILITY FOR THE JOB
B – ADAPTATION OF THE LIFT TRUCK TO STANDARD ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
C – MODIFICATION OF THE LIFT TRUCK
D – FRENCH ROAD TRAFFIC RULES (or see current legislation in other countries)
THE INSTRUCTIONS
THE MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE OPERATOR
PREAMBULE
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
A – OPERATOR’S MANUAL
B – AUTHORIZATION FOR USE IN FRANCE (or see current legislation in other countries)
C – MAINTENANCE
D – MODIFICATION OF THE LIFT TRUCK
E – LIFTING PEOPLE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS UNLADEN AND LADEN
A – BEFORE STARTING THE LIFT TRUCK
B – DRIVER’S OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
C – ENVIRONMENT
D – VISIBILITY
E – STARTING THE LIFT TRUCK
F – DRIVING THE LIFT TRUCK
G – STOPPING THE LIFT TRUCK
H – DRIVING THE LIFT TRUCK ON THE PUBLIC HIGHWAY (or see current legislation in other countries)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR HANDLING A LOAD
A – CHOICE OF ATTACHMENTS
B – MASS OF LOAD AND CENTRE OF GRAVITY
C – LONGITUDINAL STABILITY LIMITER AND WARNING DEVICE
D – TRANSVERSE ATTITUDE OF THE LIFT TRUCK
E – TAKING UP A LOAD ON THE GROUND
F – TAKING UP AND LAYING A HIGH LOAD ON TYRES
G – TAKING UP AND LAYING DOWN A SUSPENDED LOAD
H – TRAVELLING WITH A SUSPENDED LOAD
PLATFORM OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
A – AUTHORISATION FOR USE
B – SUITABILITY OF THE PLATFORM FOR THE JOB
C – PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING THE PLATFORM
D – USING THE PLATFORM
E – ENVIRONMENT
F – MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE RADIO-CONTROL
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE LIFT TRUCK
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE
LUBRICANT AND FUEL LEVELS
HYDRAULIC
ELECTRICITY
WELDING
WASHING THE LIFT TRUCK
IF THE LIFT TRUCK IS NOT TO BE USED FOR A LONG TIME
INTRODUCTION
PREPARING THE LIFT TRUCK
PROTECTING THE I.C. ENGINE
PROTECTING THE LIFT TRUCK
BRINGING THE LIFT TRUCK BACK INTO SERVICE
« EC» DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY 2-4
IDENTIFICATION OF THE LIFT TRUCK 2-6
CHARACTERISTICS 2-8
FRONT AND REAR TIRES 2-10
DIMENSIONS AND LOAD CHARTS 2-12
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS 2-14
TOWING PIN AND HOOK 2-34
DESCRIPTION AND USE OF THE OPTIONS
MANITOU ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS AND EQUIPMENT 3-4
START-UP CHECKLIST 3-5
FILTERS CARTRIDGES AND BELTS 3-7
LUBRICANTS AND FUEL 3-8
SERVICING SCHEDULE 3-10
A – DAILY OR EVERY 10 HOURS SERVICE 3-12
B – EVERY 50 HOURS SERVICE 3-18
C – EVERY 250 HOURS SERVICE 3-24
D – EVERY 500 HOURS SERVICE 3-28
E – EVERY 1000 HOURS SERVICE 3-36
F – EVERY 2000 HOURS OF SERVICE 3-40
G – OCCASIONAL MAINTENANCE
INTRODUCTION 4-5
PICKING UP THE ATTACHMENTS 4-6
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS OF ATTACHMENTS 4-8
ATTACHMENT SHIELDS

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