Linde Order Picker Type 149: N20, N25 Operating Instructions (User 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:
N20: SN before P02002
N25: SN before P02002

Format: PDF, 48 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

Description 
   Plates and labels
   Technical data
   Technical description
   General view
   Controls
   Indicators
   Combined running-time meter (operation)
   Battery discharge indicator
Before operation I Daily checks and tasks before commissioning
   Safety rules
   Definition of terms relating to safety
   Use of lubricants
   Periodic checks of truck
   Advice for initial use
   Checks prior to initial operation
   Daily checks before use
   Checking FORW/BACK and lift/lower controls
   Check electrical steering
   Checking safety braking
   Checking operation of the emergency stop button 
   Check operation of the horn
   Checking the battery charge
   Opening battery cover
   Connecting/disconnecting battery connector
   Recharging the battery with an external charger
   Closing and locking battery cover
   Checking level of electrolyte and water supplement
   Checking electrolyte specific gravity
   Removing/replacing the battery
   Safety locking of battery
   Changing battery with a pulley
   Changing battery with a wheeled trolley (option)
Operation
   Requirements for use
   Starting up
   Emergency stop button
   Direction of travel identification
   Forward/reverse travel
   Direction of travel reversal
   Operation with driver off the truck
   Starting on a slope
   Steering
   Steering direction in forward travel
Alarm, braking, raising/lowering
   Horn operation
   Regenerative braking
   LDC automatic braking
   Electro-hydraulic braking
Lifting/ lowering the fork
   Handling loads
   Picking the load up
   Transporting a load
   Putting the load down
   Picking up the load at the first level
   Before leaving the truck
   Truck automatic standby
   Lifting and towing
   Slinging the truck
   Lifting the pallet truck
   Towing
   Transporting and storing the truck
Maintenance
   General information
   Checks and maintenance work after the first 50 hours of service *
   Inspection and maintenance schedule 27
Maintenance as required
   Cleaning the truck
   Opening motors compartment covers
   Checking the tightness and condition of the wheels
   Fixing and adjusting the stabiliser wheel
   Checking the fuses
   Removing the platform surface covering
   Cleaning of steering ring pinions
   Checking the locking and adjustment of the battery cover handle
   Handling the sensitive matting of the operating platform
   Checking level of electrolyte and  water supplement
   Checking electrolyte specific gravity
   Checking the condition of battery connector, terminals and cables
   Cleaning the battery and its compartment
500 hour maintenance
   Greasing the turntable bearing of the motor unit
   Cleaning of steering ring and pinions
   Checking reduction gear oil level
   Checking hydraulic oil level
   Checking tightness of hydraulic circuit
   Checking condition and fixing of electrical cables and connections
   Cleaning and checking wear of contacts
   Checking and if necessary changing traction motor brushes
   Checking and if necessary changing steering motor brushes
   Adjusting the electromagnetic brake
   Checking the various hinges
   Checking the locking and adjustment of the battery cover handle
1000 hour maintenance
   Checking and if necessary changing pump motor brushes
   Cleaning the hydraulic filter
   Checking mechanical fixing of the components
2000 hour maintenance
   Replacing the hydraulic oil
   Replacing the reduction gear oil
   Recommended lubricants
   Hydraulic system diagram
   Electrical system diagram
   Index
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