Linde Order Picker Type 149: N20L, N20LI, N20LX SN before P02002 Operating Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Order Picker Type 149.

Original factory manuals for Linde Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck

Covered models:
N20L: SN before P02002
N20LI: SN before P02002
N20LX: SN before P02002

Format: PDF, 56 Pages
Language: English

Description 
Name plates and labels
   Technical characteristics
   Technical description
   Overview
   Controls
   Indicators
   Hour meter (operation)
   Battery discharge limiter indicator
Startup
Daily checks and work before startup
   Safety rules
   Definition of safety terms
   Use of ingredients
   Periodic checks on the pallet truck
   Recommendations for startup
   Checks before first startup
   Daily checks before use
   Checking forward/reverse and raise/ lower controls
   Checking electrical steering
   Checking the brakes
   Checking operation of the emergency stop button
   Checking operation of the horn
   Checking the battery charge condition
   Opening the battery cover
   Connecting/disconnecting the battery connector
   Recharging the battery with an external charger
   Closing and locking the battery cover
   Checking the electrolyte level and topping up with the water
   Checking the electrolyte density
   Checking the condition of cables, terminals and the battery connector
   Removing and replacing the battery
   Battery safety lock
   Removing the battery from the side
Use
   Usage recommendations
   Startup
   Emergency stop button
   Identifying the running direction
   Forward/reverse operation
   Reversing the running direction
   Running with driver alongside
   Steering
   Turning direction in forward running
   Using the pallet truck on a slope
   Going up and down slopes 21
   Starting on a slope
   Safety with fork raised
   Electro-hydraulic braking
   Braking by reversing the running direction ....
   LBC automatic braking
   Control of the horn
   Raising/lowering the mast by controlling
   the rear handle
   Using the mast
   Positioning the heel
   Stopping the platform gradually
   (standard mast)
   Raising and lowering the initial lift
   Picking the load up
   Transporting a load
   Putting the load down
   Before leaving the pallet truck
   Picking up the load at the first level
   Putting the pallet truck on standby
   Double-deck loading
   Double-deck unloading
   Slinging the pallet truck
   Lifting the pallet truck
   Towing
   Removing the mast
   Transport and storage of the pallet truck
Maintenance
   General comments
   Work on the lifting mast
   Simplex lifting mast
   Standard lifting mast
   Safety device for the standard mast
   Duplex lifting mast
   Safety device for the duplex mast
   Inspection and maintenance work after
   the first 50 hours of service*
   Maintenance work calendars 31
Maintenance depending on needs
   Cleaning the pallet truck
   Cleaning and greasing the chains
   Opening the motor compartment cover
   Removing the platform surface
   Checking attachment + condition of wheels...
   Attachment /adjustment of stabilizing wheel .
   Checking the fuses
   Cleaning the steering ring gears
   Checking locks of the battery cover
   Handling of the sensitive driving
   platform mat
   Checking the electrolyte level and
   topping up with water
   Checking the electrolyte density
   Checking the condition of cables, terminals and the battery connector
   Cleaning the battery and its compartment
Maintenance every 500 hours
   Lubrication of the traction unit orientation bearing
   Cleaning gears and the steering ring
   Checking the reduction gear oil level
   Checking the hydraulic fluid level
   Checking for leaks in the hydraulic circuit
   Checking the condition and attachment of electrical cables and connections
   Checking the condition and attachment of the mast and the chain
   Adjusting the mast chains
   Lubricating the mast
   Cleaning and checking wear of contacts
   Inspection of traction motor brushes, and
   replacement if necessary
   Inspection of steering motor brushes,
   and replacement if necessary
   Adjusting the electromagnetic brake
   Checking the various hinges
   Checking the battery cover lock
Maintenance every 1000 hours
   Inspection of the high lift pump motor
   brushes, and replacement if necessary
   Cleaning the hydraulic filter (screen) and the tank breather
   Checking the mechanical attachment of devices
Maintenance every 2000 hours
   Replacing the hydraulic fluid
   Replacing the reduction gear oil
   Recommended lubricants
   Hydraulic diagrams
   Electrical diagrams
   Index
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