Still Fork Truck R70-60, R70-70, R70-80 Series: R7090-R7092 Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Still Fork Truck R70-60 R70-70, R70-80 Series.

Original factory manuals for Still 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:
R7090
R7091
R7092

Format: PDF, 275 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

1. Foreword
    Your truck
    General
    CE labelling
    EC declaration of conformity in accordance with Machinery Directive
    Information about documentation
    Documentation scope
    Issue date and currentness of manual
    Copyright and trademark rights
    Explanation of information symbols used
    Explanation of the cross-references
    Definition of directions
    Typical graphics
    For the love of the environment
    Packaging
    Disposal of components and batteries
2. Introduction
    Use of truck
    Proper usage
    Proper use during towing
    Impermissible use
    Place of use
    Using working platforms
    Residual risk
    Residual dangers, residual risks
    Special risks associated with using the truck and attachments
    Overview of hazards and countermeasures
    Danger to employees
3. Safety
    Definition of terms used for responsible persons
    Operating company
    Specialist
    Drivers
    Essentials for safe operation
    Insurance cover on company premises
    Changes and retrofitting
    Changes to the overhead guard and roof loads
    Warning regarding non-original parts
    Damage, defects and misuse of safety systems
    Tyres
    Medical equipment
    Exercise caution when handling gas springs and accumulators
    Safety inspections
    Regular safety inspection of the truck
    Checking the diesel engine emissions
    Trucks with particle filters
    Insulation testing
    Safety regulations for handling consumables
    Permissible consumables
    Oils
    Diesel fuel
    Hydraulic fluid
    Brake fluid
    Battery acid
    Coolant
    Disposal of consumables
    Emissions
4. Overviews
    Truck
    General view of driver's compartment
    Operating devices and display elements
    Controls on console
    Identification points
    Location of identification points
    Nameplate
    StVZO (Road Traffic Licensing Regulations) information
    Production number
    Equipment
    Standard equipment and variants
    Attachments
    Accessory overview
5. Operation
    Checks and operations prior to commissioning
    Visual inspections
    Opening the motor hood
    Engine preheating
    Checking the engine oil level
    Cleaning the dust valve
    Checking the condition of the wheels and tyres
    Filling the washer system
    Checking coolant level
    Adjusting the MSG 65/MSG 75 driver's seat
    Adjusting the steering column
    Start-up
    Climbing in and out of the truck
    Shelves and cup holders
    Switching on the key switch
    Starting the engine
    Operating the signal horn
    Seat belt
    Using the Easybelt seat belt
    Checking the brake system for correct function
    Checking the steering system for correct function
    Adjusting the traction program
    Driving
    Safety regulations when driving
    Procedure if truck tips over
    Emergency hammer
    Driveways
    Driving (single-pedal operation with multiple-lever version)
    Driving (single-pedal operation on single lever version)
    Driving (dual-pedal operation)
    Operating the service brake
    Actuating the parking brake
    Steering
    Lifting
    Lifting system variants
    Lift mast versions
    Malfunctions during lifting mode
    Lifting system operating devices
    Hydraulic blocking function
    Lifting system, multi-lever operation
    Lifting system, single-lever operation
    Changing the fork arms
    Fork extension (variant)
    Operation with reversible fork arms (variant)
    Working underload
    Safety regulations when handing loads
    Before taking up load
    Picking up loads
    Danger area
    Transporting pallets
    Transport of swinging loads
    Load pick up
    Transporting loads
    Setting down loads
    Driving on ascending and descending slopes
    Driving on lifts
    Driving on loading bridges
    Working with attachments
    Fitting attachments
    Depressurising connections for attachments
    Setting the auxiliary hydraulics
    General instructions for controlling attachments
    Controlling attachments using multi-lever operation
    Controlling attachments using single-lever operation
    Clamp locking mechanism (variant)
    Taking up a load using attachments
    Operation of additional equipment
    Switching lighting on and off
    Switching the rotating beacon on and off
    Switching the hazard warning system on and off
    Switching direction indicators on and off
    Rear working spotlights
    Operating the windscreen wiper/washer
    Heater
    FleetManager (variant)
    Accident recorder (variant)
    Trailer operation
    Towed load
    Coupling on a trailer
    Automatic tow coupling
    Towing trailers
    Operation of console
    Console displays
    Setting and changing the displays
    Fault messages
    Diagram
    SAFETY BELT message
    SEAT SWITCH message
    AIR FILTER message
    SERVICE BRAKE message
    MOTOR BRUSHES message
    COOLANT TEMP, message
    MOT/GEN TEMP message
    OIL PRESSURE message
    COOLANT LEVEL message
    HYDR. OIL FILTER message
    SERVICE REQUIRED message
    EXH. GAS PURIFIER message
    Operation in special operating situations
    Transport
    Towing
    Lifting by crane
    Jump starting
    Filling fuel
    Filling up with diesel fuel
    Shut-down
    Parking the truck securely
    Use wheel chocks
    Shutting down and storing the truck
    Recommissioning after storage
6. Maintenance
    General maintenance information
    Personnel qualifications
    Information regarding the performance of maintenance
    Intervals for maintenance and inspection
    Ordering spare parts and wearing parts
    Quality and quantity of the required operating materials
    Diesel fuel
    Maintenance data table
    Safety regulations for maintenance
    General information
    Working on the hydraulic equipment
    Working on the electrical equipment
    Safety devices
    Set values
    Lifting and jacking up
    Working at the front of the truck
    Cleaning
    Cleaning the truck
    Cleaning the electrical system
    Cleaning the load chains
    Cleaning the windows
    After washing the truck
    Maintenance after first 50 operating hours
        Maintenance during the break-in period
        Maintenance as required
        Cleaning the radiator, checking for leaks
        Topping up the coolant and checking the concentration of the coolant additive
        Draining water from the fuel filter
        Changing the airfilter insert
        Servicing the ETB particle filter
        Servicing Eberspacher particle filters
        Cleaning the alternator and engine ventilation filter
        Lubricating the joints and controls
        Maintaining the seat belt
        Checking the driver's seat
        Servicing wheels and tyres
        Servicing the battery
        Replacing the fuses
        Servicing the hydraulic system
        Brake fluid level
        Lubricating the mast bearings
        Lubricate the tilt cylinder bearings
    500-hour maintenance
        Other tasks
        Checking the condition and tension of the V-ribbed belt
        Check the coolant hoses
        Checking the exhaust gas system
        Checking the brake system for correct function and leaks
        Check fork arms
        Checking lift cylinders and connections for leaks
        Lubricating the lift mast and roller track
        Checking the start-up prevention
    1000-hour maintenance
        Work that must also be carried out
        Changing the primary fuel filter
        Renewing the fuel filter
        Cleaning the condensate ETB particulate filter
        Changing the fuel filter for Eberspacher particle filter systems
        Checking the reversible fork arms
    1500-hour maintenance
        Work that must also be carried out
    3000-hour maintenance
        Work that must also be carried out
    4000-hour maintenance
        Work that must also be carried out
7. Technical data
    Dimensions
    VDI datasheet
    Wheels and tyres
    Fuse assignment
8. Circuit diagrams
    Hydraulics
    Hydraulic circuit diagram
    Electrical equipment
    Legend for circuit diagrams
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