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This Complete Case CX225 Tier 3 Crawler Excavator Factory Owner's, Operator's Manual has detailed instructions, diagrams and illustrations based on the manufacturers specifications.

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It is the same exact manual received when the machine was new.

An Operators Manual is also called an Instruction, Owner or User Manual.

It covers many aspects of operating and maintaining your machine.
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CONTENTS:

To the Owner ..................................................... 0-1
Safety Labels ..................................................... 0-2
For Safe Driving ................................................. 0-3

SAFETY SECTION ..................................... 0-7
Precaution Identification Plates (DECALS) ........ 0-8
Identification Plates inside the Cabin....................... 0-8
Outside Identification Plate.................................... 0-13
Precaution Identification Plates on Parts (Examples)
........................................................................... 0-17
Prior to Operation............................................. 0-18
Confirmation of Safety items............................ 0-20
During Operation.............................................. 0-23
While Traveling ................................................ 0-27
After Operating................................................. 0-28
While Transporting ........................................... 0-29
Before Regular Inspection & Maintenance....... 0-30
Inspection and Maintenance ............................ 0-31

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS .................. 1-0
Location of Components .................................... 1-1
Overall View ............................................................ 1-1
Operators Cab ........................................................ 1-2
Right Console..................................................... 1-4
Right Console.......................................................... 1-4
Monitor & Switch Panel ...................................... 1-5
Monitor & Switch Panel ........................................... 1-5
Moniter Display .................................................. 1-6
Switch Panel ...................................................... 1-7
Left Console ....................................................... 1-9
Left Console ............................................................ 1-9
Switch.................................................................... 1-10
Air Conditioner ................................................. 1-11
Air Conditioner (If equipped).................................. 1-11
Explanation of device ....................................... 1-13
Radio ..................................................................... 1-13
Operation Levers.............................................. 1-15
Operation Levers................................................... 1-15
Operators Seat ................................................ 1-18
Operators Seat ..................................................... 1-18
Operators Cab................................................. 1-20
Fuses ............................................................... 1-22
Fuses..................................................................... 1-22
Explanation of device ....................................... 1-23
Battery ................................................................... 1-23
Starting the Engine by Using Booster Cables ....... 1-24

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ....................... 2-0
Operation of New Machine................................. 2-1
Using a New Machine.............................................. 2-1
Daily Inspections ................................................ 2-2
Daily Inspections ..................................................... 2-2
Starting and Stopping the Engine ...................... 2-4
Inspections before Starting the Engine.................... 2-4
Starting the Engine .................................................. 2-5
Inspections after Starting the Engine....................... 2-6
Stopping the Engine (Normal Operation) ................ 2-7
Warm-up Operation............................................ 2-8
Warm-up Operation................................................. 2-8
Operations (Traveling)...................................... 2-10
Operations (Swing)........................................... 2-19
Swing Operation.................................................... 2-19
Operations (Attachment) .................................. 2-20
Operations (Attachment) ....................................... 2-20
Operations........................................................ 2-21
Blade Operation .................................................... 2-21
Characteristics of Hydraulic Excavator.................. 2-21
Cautions for operations ......................................... 2-22
Cautions for Interference....................................... 2-22
Operating Instructions (Cautions)..................... 2-24
Operating Instructions (Procedures) ................ 2-25
Bucket: Turning Over and Replacement .......... 2-27
Bucket: Turning Over and Replacement ............... 2-27
On Completion of Daily Operations.................. 2-29
On Completion of Daily Operations....................... 2-29
Operating in Cold Climates .............................. 2-31
Operating under Extreme Conditions ............... 2-32
Transportation .................................................. 2-33
Loading and Unloading ......................................... 2-33
Switch settings during loading and unloading ....... 2-33
Transportation ....................................................... 2-33
Storing .............................................................. 2-37

INSPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE ............3-0
General Cautions ............................................... 3-1
Periodic Maintenance Check List ....................... 3-2
Daily Inspections (Prior to Operation) ..................... 3-2
Periodic Maintenance Check List ............................ 3-3
Fuel / Lubricants for Different Ambient Temperature
Settings ............................................................... 3-4
Genuine CASE Company LLC Parts and Elements 3-5
Disposable Items..................................................... 3-6
Grease / Oil and Elements ................................. 3-7
Inspection Prior to Operation.............................. 3-9
Inspections Prior to Operation................................. 3-9
Greasing Attachments...................................... 3-13
Greasing Front Attachment Pins ........................... 3-13
Fuel System ..................................................... 3-15
Fuel ....................................................................... 3-15
Fuel Refilling and Fuel Level Checking ................. 3-18
Drainage of Water and Sediments in the Fuel Tank
.......................................................................... 3-18
Draining Water from the Pre Fuel Filter................. 3-19
Pre Fuel Filter Replacement.................................. 3-20
Draining Water from the Fuel Filter (Main) ............ 3-21
Fuel Filter (Main) Replacement ............................. 3-21
Engine .............................................................. 3-23
Engine Oil Replacement........................................ 3-23
Engine Oil Filter Replacement............................... 3-23
Cooling System ..................................................... 3-25
Inspecting and Refilling Coolant............................ 3-25
Replacing the Coolant ........................................... 3-26
Cleaning and Inspecting the Radiator Net and Fin
.......................................................................... 3-27
Cleaning and Replacing the Air Cleaner (double elements)
............................................................... 3-28
Inspection and Adjustment of Fan Belt.................. 3-30

Bolt Torque ...................................................... 3-31
Bolt and Nut Torque .............................................. 3-31
Hydraulic Oil..................................................... 3-34
Hydraulic Oil Level Inspection............................... 3-34
Refilling Hydraulic Oil ............................................ 3-34
Draining Water and Sediment from the Hydraulic Oil
Tank .................................................................. 3-35
Hydraulic Oil Management.................................... 3-36
Hydraulic Oil Replacement.................................... 3-36
Bleeding Air from the Hydraulic Components ....... 3-37
Air Bleeding Procedures ....................................... 3-37
Air Bleeding from Hydraulic Pump ........................ 3-37
Air Bleeding from Cylinder .................................... 3-38
Air Bleeding from Swing Motor.............................. 3-38
Cleaning and Replacing Suction Filter .................. 3-39
Replacing Return Filter ......................................... 3-39
Replacing Air Breather Element............................ 3-40
Replacing Pilot Oil Filter Element.......................... 3-40
Replacement Intervals for Hydraulic Oil and Filters when
Using Breaker..................................................... 3-41
Checking Hoses and Lines ................................... 3-41
Battery.............................................................. 3-42
Battery Inspection and Charge.............................. 3-42
Upper Frame.................................................... 3-44
Turntable Bearing Greasing .................................. 3-44
Greasing Swing Ring Gear ................................... 3-44
Swing Unit........................................................ 3-45
Oil Level Inspection and Refilling of Swing Reduction
Gear .................................................................. 3-45
Oil Replacement for Swing Reduction Gear ......... 3-45
Greasing Swing Reduction Gear........................... 3-46
Travel Unit........................................................ 3-47
Travel Reduction Gear .......................................... 3-47
Oil Level Inspection and Refilling of Travel Reduction
Gear .................................................................. 3-47
Oil Replacement for Travel Reduction Gear ......... 3-47
Inspecting Upper/Lower Take-up Roller (Idler Wheel)
.......................................................................... 3-48
Inspection and Tightening of Shoe Plate .............. 3-48
Cleaning Crawler................................................... 3-48
Inspection and Adjustment of Track Shoe Tension
.......................................................................... 3-49
Bucket .............................................................. 3-50
Replacing Bucket Teeth: Standard type (Length Pin
Type) ................................................................. 3-50
Replacing Bucket Tooth: Standard type (Side pin type)
.......................................................................... 3-52
Replacing Bucket Teeth: Heavy Digging Type...... 3-53
Adjustment of Bucket Backlash............................. 3-54
Air Conditioner ................................................. 3-55
Inspection and Care of Air Conditioner (If Equipped)
.......................................................................... 3-55
Routine Replacement Safety Parts.................. 3-59
Troubleshooting ............................................... 3-60
Contacting Us .................................................. 3-65

SPECIFICATIONS......................................4-0
Conversion Factors............................................ 4-1
CONVERSION FACTORS...................................... 4-1
Specifications ..................................................... 4-2
CX225SR .................................................................4-2
CX225SR (with BLADE) ........................................4-13

OPTIONAL COMPONENTS ........................ 5-0
Breakers............................................................. 5-1
Handling the Breaker (Attachment)..........................5-1
When Using a Hydraulic Breaker.............................5-2
Operating the breaker ..............................................5-4
Importance of Hydraulic oil Control..........................5-5
Crusher .............................................................. 5-7
Using the Crusher (Attachment) ..............................5-7
Load Lifting Operation...................................... 5-10
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