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BEFORE OPERATION

Operation and Maintenance Manual Excerpt

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CAT.SEBU8417-01 November 2010 Operation and Maintenance Manual 797F Off-Highway Truck LAJ1-Up (Machine) SAFETY.COM .

clean the steps and the handholds. coolant leakage. Report any abnormalities to the shop. complete a thorough walk-around inspection before you mount the machine and before you start the engine. Inspect the steps and handholds. Do not mount a moving machine.36 Operation Section Before Operation SEBU8417-01 Operation Section Before Operation i04021647 Machine Access System Specifications The machine access system has been designed to meet the intent of the technical requirements in “ISO 2867 Earth-moving Machinery – Access Systems”. Note: If you suspect a leak or you observe a leak. Maintain a three-point contact with the steps and with the handholds. Use a hand line to pull equipment onto the platform. Do not carry tools or supplies when you try to mount the machine or when you try to dismount the machine. Illustration 33 Typical example g00037860 Mount the machine and dismount the machine only at locations that have steps and/or handholds. broken parts. 7000 For a maximum service life of the machine. i03722260 Daily Inspection SMCS Code: 1000. Check the grease fittings on the machine for leaks and for damage. Never jump off the machine. Do not dismount a moving machine. Remove any trash and any debris. Before you mount the machine. Note: Three-point contact can be two feet and one hand. Mounting and Dismounting SMCS Code: 7000 Alternate Exit Machines that are equipped with cabs have alternate exits. “Alternate Exit”. Make all necessary repairs. Look for loose bolts. Visually inspect the condition of all major components. Inspect the area around the machine and under the machine. Qualified personnel should complete any necessary repairs before you operate the machine. Do not use any controls as handholds when you enter the operator compartment or when you exit the operator compartment. trash buildup. oil leakage. Three-point contact can also be one foot and two hands. qualified personnel should complete an inspection before you operate the machine. . For additional information. The access system provides for operator access to the operator station and to conduct the maintenance procedures described in Maintenance section. or worn parts. Face the machine whenever you get on the machine and whenever you get off the machine. see Operation and Maintenance Manual.

Inspect the steering tank for leaks and for damage. Inspect both front tires. Note: Rust behind a bolt may indicate that the bolt is loose. Shiny metal areas around a bolt may indicate that the bolt is loose. Inspect the steering tie rods for wear and for damage. including headlights. mud. Make sure that the filler cap is installed. running lamps. Illustration 34 g01768293 Inspect cover (1) on the control box. Adjust the mirrors for proper vision.SEBU8417-01 37 Operation Section Before Operation Inspect the torque converter and the transmission for leaks. Remove rocks that are stuck between the tires. Check the tire inflation. Inspect all four rear tires. Check for fasteners that are loose or missing. Inspect warning light (2). Check the tire inflation. Look for any leaks in the fuel tank. the aftercooler. Check the rear suspension cylinders for leaks and for damage. Remove any debris from the platform. Make sure that the operator's vision is not impaired by dust. service lights. Check for fasteners that are loose or missing. Inspect the tire treads for damage. Make sure that the filler cap is installed. Inspect the lights for damage. Inspect the fasteners for the front suspension cylinders. Inspect the radiator for leaks. turn signals. Check the level in the fuel tank . Check all lights. Check the lights for proper operation. Remove large rocks from the treads. Inspect the steering cylinders for leaks and for damage. Inspect the engine for oil leaks and for coolant leaks. Inspect the cab air filter for a damaged element or reduced performance. Check the inside of the tire for damage and for wear. Check the inside of the tire for damage and for wear. Inspect the hydraulic tank for leaks and for damage. Inspect tank (5) for leaks. . access lights. or other foreign materials. backup lights. Remove any debris that could block the air flow to the radiator. Make sure that all of the windows are clean. Make sure that the cover for engine shutdown switch (3) is down. Inspect the ladders for damage. operating lights. Make sure that the rock ejectors swing freely. Remove any debris that may obstruct the air filters. Look for damage to the fuel tank. and stop lamps. Inspect the front suspension cylinders for leaks and for damage. Remove large rocks from the treads. Inspect the tire treads for damage. Illustration 35 g01768397 Check level gauge (4) on the automatic lubricant reservoir. or the air conditioning condenser. Make sure that the ladders and hand rails are secure. Inspect the rear axle for leaks.

“Backup • Operation and Maintenance Manual. “Indicators and Gauges . • Operation and Maintenance Manual. “Differential .Check” Inspect” • Operation and Maintenance Manual. Inspect the body and the frame for damage. “Seat Belt • Operation and Maintenance Manual. “Front Wheel Illustration 36 g01945878 Inspect body (6) and the frame (7) for cracks. “Hoist and Brake Tank Oil Level . Perform the following daily procedures for your machine: • Operation and Maintenance Manual.Check” • Operation and Maintenance Manual. Always use both retaining cables. Inspect the hoist cylinders for leaks or for damage.Check” When it is necessary to work under the machine with the body (bed) raised. “Cooling System Coolant Level . Check the steering system for proper response.Test” • Operation and Maintenance Manual.Check” Oil Level . “Engine Oil Level .Check” • Operation and Maintenance Manual. Failure to properly secure the body (bed) may result in personal injury or death. refer to Operations and Maintenance Manual.Check” and Final Drive .Drain” Alarm . “Air Tank Moisture and Sediment . “Torque Converter Sump Oil Level . “Steering System Oil Level . attach the body (bed) retaining cables to the body retaining pins. Check the braking system for proper operation. Install the body retaining pins through the ends of the retaining cables.Test” • Operation and Maintenance Manual. “Cable (Truck Body Retaining)”.Check” • Operation and Maintenance Manual. Inspect the hoist cylinders for cracking on the cylinder surface and for marks on the cylinder surface. For the proper procedure. Raise the dump body to the fully raised position and install the truck body retaining cables.38 Operation Section Before Operation SEBU8417-01 • Operation and Maintenance Manual.