Jungheinrich Lift Truck EFG-Series 213-220, 216K, 218K (08.04-12.08) Operating, Maintenance Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Jungheinrich JETI Electric Lift Truck EFG-Series.

Original factory manuals for Jungheinrich Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck. All Manuals Printable and contains Searchable Text

Covered models:
213 (08.2004-12.2008)
215 (08.2004-12.2008)
216K (08.2004-12.2008)
218 (08.2004-12.2008)
218K (08.2004-12.2008)
220 (08.2004-12.2008)

Format: PDF
Language: English

Contents:
A Correct use and application of the truck
B Truck description
    1 Description of application  
    2 Description of assemblies and functions 
    2.1 Description of truck  
    3 Technical data of standard version  
    3.1 Types of hoist frame 
    3.2 Performance data 
    3.3 Weights (all weights in kg) 
    3.4 Tyre equipment  
    3.5 EN standards  
    3.6 Conditions for application 
    4 Location of instruction labels and identification plates 
    4.1 Truck identification plate  
    4.2 Capacity label Truck 
    4.3 Capacity label Fork tines (basic device) 
    4.4 Capacity label Attachment  
C Transportation andcommissioning
    1 Transportation by crane  
    2 Securing the truck during transport  
    3 First commissioning  
    4 Moving of the truck without own drive  
D Battery - Servicing, recharging, replacement
    1 Safety regulations governing the handling oflead-acid batteries 
    2 Battery type  
    3 Opening the battery hood with support system (optional) 
    4 Open battery hood  
    5 Charging the battery 
    5.1 Charger socket (o) 
    6 Removing and installing the battery  
    7 Closing battery cover  
    8 Battery discharge indicator, battery discharge monitor, operating hour meter 
E Operation
    1 Safety instructions for floor conveyor operation  
    2 Description of the operating controls and indicators 
    2.1 Dashboard switches 
    2.2 Operating console switches  
    2.3 Multi function display 
    2.4 Warning indicators, push buttons, and switches  
    2.5 Displays 
    2.6 Setting the time  
    2.7 Driver's display warning messages 
    3 Commissioning the truck 
    3.1 Checks and actions before routine start-up 
    3.2 Trucks with reduced headroom X (o) 
    3.3 Adjustment of driver's seat
    3.4 Adjusting the steering column 
    3.5 Provide operatability 
    3.6 Trucks with heating (o) 
    3.7 Safety belt  
    3.8 Automatic/Mechanical Support System (optional)  
    4 Working with the floor conveyor  
    4.1 Safety regulations applicable when driving the truck 
    4.2 Driving  
    4.3 Steering 
    4.4 Braking  
    4.5 Operating the lift mechanism and attachments (Solo Pilot)  
    4.6 Operating the lifting device and attachments (Multi Pilot) (o)  
    4.7 Picking up, transporting and setting down of loads 
    4.8 Safe parking of the truck  
    4.9 Trailer towing 
    5 Fault location 
    5.1 Temperature monitoring 
F Maintenance of the fork lift truck
    1 Operational safety and environmental protection 
    2 Safety regulations applicable to truck maintenance 
    3 Servicing and inspection  
    4 Maintenance check list for EFG 213/215/216k/216/218k/218/220
    5 Lubrication plan for EFG 213/215/216k/216/218k/218/220 
    5.1 Consumption type materials 
    6 Instructions for the servicing operations 
    6.1 Preparing the truck for the performance of servicing and  maintenance operations 
    6.2 Open rear cover  
    6.3 Check fixing of the wheels  
    6.4 Desired condition of rear wheels 
    6.5 Check hydraulic oil level 
    6.6 Check the transmission oil level 
    6.7 Let off oil 
    6.8 Refill oil 
    6.9 Changing of hydraulic oil filter  
    6.10 Checking the brake fluid 
    6.11 Safety belt maintenance 
    6.12 Checking the electric fuses 
    6.13 Recommissioning the truck  
    7 Decommissioning the fork lift truck  
    7.1 Operations to be performed prior to decommissioning  
    7.2 Measures to be taken during decommissioning 
    7.3 Recommissioning the truck  
    8 Safety tests to be performed at intervals and after unusual events
    9 Final de-commissioning, disposal
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