Linde Electric Stacking Truck Type 379: L10, L12; SN before R03973 Operating Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Electric Stacking Truck Type 379.

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:
L10 SN before R03973
L12 SN before R03973

Format: ZIP, Included:
Operating Instructions, PDF, 56 Pages
Additional operating instructions, PDF, 15 Pages

Language: English

Contents:

Description
    Plates and labels
    Technical data
    Technical description
    General view L 10 - L 12
    Controls L10 - L12
    Indicators
    Combined hour meter
    Discharge limiter indicator 
Operation / Daily checks and maintenance prior to operation
    Safety rules 
    Safety information
    Handling lubricants
    Advice for initial use
    Checks before initial operation
    Daily checks before use
    Check the Forward/Reverse and raise/lower controls 
    Check the safety braking
    Check the L12 automatic braking
    Check emergency isolator operation
    Check operation of horn
    Check the battery state of charge
    Open the battery cover with vertical outlet
    Connect/disconnect the battery
    Charge the battery with the integrated charger 
    Faults during charging
    Remove the mains power supply cord
    Charger electrical data
    Special case of gelled batteries
    Recharging the battery with anexternal charger 
    Check the condition of cables, terminals and battery contact
    Check level of electrolyte and water supplement 
    Check the electrolyte gravity
    Remove/replace the battery
    Chang the battery with the help of a hoist
Operation L10 - L12
    Instructions for use
    Marking the travel direction 
    Start-up 
    Driving
    Forward travel
    Reverse travel
    Direction of travel reversal
    Steering
    Safety reverser
    Emergency stop button
    Operating the truck on ramps
    Ascending slopes
    Descending slopes
    Starting on a slope
Use
    Mechanical braking
    Braking by reversing the direction of motion
    Parking brake
    L.B.C. (Linde Brake Control) automatic braking
    Horn control
Use of the mast
    Use of the mast
    Chassis lifting controls for L10 - L12
    Tiller lifting controls for L10 - L12 
    Tiller lifting controls for L10Premier
Handling loads
    Capacities L10 - L12
    Reading the load diagram L10 - L12
    Picking up a load on the ground 
    Transporting a load
    Putting down the load on the ground
    Stacking a load
    Picking up a load at a height
    Before leaving the truck
Slinging, towing and removing the mast
    Slinging the truck
    Raising the order picker
    Towing
    Removing the mast
    Transporting and storing the truck
Maintenance
    General remarks
    Work on the lifting mast
    Simplex lifting mast
    Safety device for the Simplex lifting mast 
    Standard lifting mast
    Safety device for the Standard lifting mast
    Duplex lifting mast
    Safety device for the Duplex lifting mast 
    Checks and maintenance work after the first 50 hours of service
    Schedule of maintenance operations
Maintenance as required
    Cleaning the truck
    Opening the front cover
    Releasing the flexible cover to access reduction gear unit and motor
    Cleaning the battery and battery compartment
    Battery in sealed case
    Fuse check
Maintenance every 500 hours
    Checking hydraulic circuit sealing
    Checking hydraulic oil level 
    Replacing traction motor brushes
    Cleaning the electrical plate and checking the electrical connections
    Cleaning and checking contact wear
    Checking the condition of cables, terminals and battery contact
    Checking the incorporated charger
    Checking the electrolyte level and density
    Adjusting the height of the stabiliser wheel
    Checking the condition and fixing of the mast and chains
    Checking the mast protections
    Adjusting the length of mast chains
    Check the condition and fixing of wheels
    Checking and controlling the brake controls
    Checking the transmission belt status
    Checking articulations
    Cleaning and greasing the mast and chains
Maintenance every 1000 hours
    Cleaning the hydraulic filter and breather
    Replacing pump motor brushes
    Checking the mechanical fixing of components
    Maintenance every 2000 hours
    Replacing the hydraulic oil
    Recommended lubricants/ Technical data
    Hydraulic diagrams
    Electrical diagrams
    Index.
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