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Linde Electric Forklift Truck 388 Series: E35, E40, E45, E50 Operating Manual

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Linde Electric Forklift Truck 388 Series.

Original factory manuals for Linde Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck

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Format: PDF, 312 Pages
Language: English

1. Introduction
Your industrial truck
Intended use
Impermissible use
Description of use and climatic conditions
Symbols used
Technical description
Receivingthe industrial truck
Legal requirements for placing on the market
Service plan before initial commissioning
2. Safety
Safety guidelines
Residual risks
In the case of tip-over
Emergency exit with attached rear window
Handling consumables
Competent person
Fit attachments
Fork carriage emergency lowering
Fork carriage emergency lowering for trucks with an elevated driver's compartment
3. Overview
Identification plate
Truck overview
Operating devices
Display unit
Switch panel
4. Operation
Instructions for running-in
Standard equipment
Entering and exiting the truck
Adjusting the driver's seat
Adjusting the steering column
Setting the time
Seat belt
Switching the truck on and off
Driving (dual-pedal operation)
Driving (single-pedal operation)
Steering system
Brake system
JoystickCentral-lever operation
Joystick Single-lever operation
Emergency off switch
Oil cooler
Special equipment
Adjusting the standard driver's seat and comfort driver'sseat
Adjusting the height-adjustable comfortdriver's seat
Adjusting the luxury driver's seat
Adjusting the driver's seat with rotating device
Mast positioning
Steering angle display
Lift height limitation
Lifting system and attachments (single-lever operation with 3rd auxiliary hydraulics)
Windscreen wipers
Window heater
Heating system
Linde Forklift Data Management (LFM)
Integrated charger
Working with a load
Before load pick up
Adjust fork arm distance
Load pick up
Driving under load
Setting down loads
Towing device
Before exiting the truck
Parkingthe truck securely
Removing the lift mast
Driving without the lift mast
Crane loading
Transportation by lorry or low loading trucks
5. Maintenance
General remarks
Inspection and maintenance data
Recommendationsfor consumables
Inspection and maintenance overview
One-off service plan after 1000 hours
Service plan for every 1000 hours
Service plan for every 3000 hours
Service plan for every 6000 hours
Checking the planetary transmissionoil level
Checking the planetary transmission for leaks
Changing the oil in the planetary transmission
Chassis, bodywork and fittings
Checking the mountings
Cleaning the industrial truck
Opening and closing the battery hood
Checking the condition and correctfunction ofthe seat belt
Check the tilt cylinder bearings for wear
Check and oil other bearings and joints
Other cleaning and greasing
Filling up the washer system /watertank
Chassis frame
Checking the tyres
Checking the condition of the antistatic belt
Wheel change
Tightening the wheel fastenings
Cleaning and lubricating the combined axle
Checking the drive axle heat sinks for contamination, cleaning if necessary .
Checking the brake system
Check bellows on joystick
Checking and oiling the pedal group and linkage
Checking the battery charge status
Charging the battery
Charging the battery using an external battery charger
Active charging ventilation unit
Battery replacement
Battery replacement truck with elevated driver's compartment
Checking the main contactor
Adjusting the accelerator
Checking the condition and secure positioning of electric cables, cable connectors and connections
Checking the oil level of the hydraulic system (hydraulic tank)
Checking the hydraulic system for leaks
Changing the hydraulic oil
Checking the breather filter for leaks
Changing the breather filter
Checking the control unit for correct function
Replacing the high-pressure filter
Changing the suction filter
Check the tension of double hoses
Loadlift system
Lilt mast/protection
Tightening the lift mast/ mountings
Lift mast cleaning the chain and applying chain spray
Lift mast adjusting the chain
Lift mast, chains, lift cylinder and end stopsChecking the mountings, condition and function
Check fork arms and arm safety devices
Cleaning and lubricating the sideshift (special equipment), checking the fastening . . .
Checking the sideshift (special equipment) for wear
Checking the slide guideson the sideshift (special equipment) for wear
Cleaning and lubricating the fork prong positioner (special equipment), checking the mounting
Check fork arm adjustment device (special equipment) for wear and tear
Malfunctions during operation
Basic equipment
Fuses -Special equipment
Diagnostic connector
Shutting down the industrial truck
Disposal of old trucks
6. Technical data
E 35/600 Htype sheet, as at 01/2012
E40/600 Htype sheet, as at 01/2012
E40/600 HL type sheet, as at 01/2012
E45/600 Htype sheet, as at 01/2012
E45/600 HLtype sheet, as at 01/2012
E 50/500 HLtype sheet, as at 01/2012
E 50/600 HLtype sheet, as at 01/2012
E40/600 L container type sheet, as at 01/2012
E45/600 L container typo shoot, as at 01/2012
E 40/600 Helevated driver's compartment type sheet, as at 12/2012
E45/600 HL elevated driver's compartment type sheet, asat12/2012
Truck configuration
Tyre variants andrim sizes
Load capacity diagrams
Load capacity diagrams - elevated driver's compartment
Lift mast data
Lift mast data 388 series elevated driver's compartment
Additional capacity rating plate for attachments
Vibration characteristics for body vibrations
Noise emission values

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