Linde Forklift Truck H1313 Series : H25CT, H27CT, H30CT, H32CT Operating Instructions (User Manual)

Original Illustrated Factory User Manual (Operating Instruction) for Linde Forklift Truck H-Series Type 1313.

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:
H25CT
H27CT
H30CT
H32CT

Format: PDF, 157 Pages, Printable
Language: English

Contents:

1. Introduction
   Scope
   Obligations of the Forklift Owner
   Operator responsibilities
   Proper use
   Hazard messages
2. Safety
   Before Operation
   Operator daily checklist
   Operating position
   Pedestrians
   Travel
   Inclines, Ramps, Docks, Elevators
   Avoiding Fallsand Tip-overs
   Suspended Loads
   Parking
   Using LP Gas
   Operating LP Gas-Powered Trucks
   Refilling LP Gas Tanks
   Safety During Maintenance
   Personnel Qualifications
   Hazardous Substances
   Coolant reservoir or radiator
   Starting Battery
   Vehicle exhaust
   Rotating fan blades
   Wheels and Tires
   Operator Warning Decals
   Data plate
   Parking brake warning decal
   Operatorwarning decal
   Trained operator warning decal
   Never stand or walk under forks warning decal
   Do not lift personnel warning decal
   Crushed fingers warning decal
   No step warning decal
   Tip-over warning decal
   Disconnect LP hose warning decal
   LP tank specification plate
   Back up alarm warning decal
   Hood latch warning decal
   Hot coolant warning decal
3. Overview
   Technical Description
   Truck Components
   Controls
   Indicator Unit
   Definition of directions
   Vehicle Marking
   Decal and Data Plate Location
   Data Plate
   Variants and Options
   Mast variants
   Attachments
   System options
   Chassis options
   Cabin options
   Operating environment options
4. Operation
   Unloading and Preparing a New Truck for Operation
   Setting Up the LP Tank Bracket
   Reading the LP Level Indicator (optional equipment)
   Adjusting the Operator's Seat
   Steering column tilt angle adjustment
   Setting the Clock Display
   Seat Belt
   Engine Starting and Shut-down
   Driving- Dual Pedal Version
   Driving- Single PedalVersion (optional equipment)
   Braking
   Steering System
   Horn
   Fork Position Adjustment
   Hydraulic Controls- Individual Levers
   Hydraulic Controls -Multi-Function Levers
   Lights and Back-Up Alarm
   Fan (optional equipment)
   Tilt Memory (optional equipment)
   Changing the LP Gas Tank
   Towing Loads
   Opening the Hood
   Towing the Truck
   Manual Lowering of Fork Carriage
   SecuringtheTruckforTransport
   Hoistingthe Truck
   Long-Term Storage
5. Maintenance
   Personnel Qualifications
   Cleaning
   Cleaning the Truck
   Cleaning the Lift Chains
   Operator Inspection and Maintenance
   Daily Inspection Overview
   Daily Inspection Checklist
   Check for fluid leakage
   Check overhead guard
   Check hydraulic cylinders
   Check lift chains
   Check fork carriage
   Check engine oil level
   Check the coolant level
   Checkfuel line
   Check hydraulic oil level
   Check decal condition
   Check control lever bellows
   Anti-static strap (optional equipment)
   Check wheels and tires
   Check the seat and seat belt
   Check the steering axle
   Check pre-filter bowl (optional equipment)
   Operational checks
   Scheduled Maintenance
   General Maintenance Information
   Sideshifter Maintenance Intervals
   Initial Maintenance after the First 50 Hours
   Maintenance at 1000 hours
   Maintenance at 3000 hours
   Maintenance at 6000 hours
   Sideshifter Maintenance (optional equipment)
   Scheduled Maintenance Summary
   Fluids and Lubricants
   Capacities
   Fuel
   Fluid and Lubricant Specifications
   Troubleshooting
   Fuses
   Diagnostic Connector
   Jump Starting
   Fault Indicator Explanations
   Engine Protection System (optional equipment)
   Troubleshooting Chart- Engine
   Troubleshooting Chart -Hydraulic System
   Troubleshooting the LP Level Display System (optional equipment)
6 Technical data
   Specifications
   Mast Heights
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