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Serial No.

23059-

Ref. No. VOE21A1005991


CPN 80913502
Volvo

English
CST

California
Proposition 65 Warning
Diesel engine exhaust and some of its constituents are
known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, and other reproductive harm.

California
Proposition 65 Warning
Battery posts, terminals and other related accessories
contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer and other
reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.

Contents

Page

1.

Basic Information .................................................................... 5

1.1

General Instructions ........................................................................................... 5

1.2

Scope of Supply .................................................................................................. 5

2.

Technical Data ......................................................................... 7

2.1

View of the Control Panel ................................................................................... 7

2.2

View of the Auxiliary Control Panel ................................................................... 8

2.3

View of the LH Screed Control Panel ................................................................ 9

2.4

View of the RH Screed Control Panel .............................................................. 10

3.

Control Panel ......................................................................... 11

3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
3.1.6

Design ................................................................................................................ 11
View from the rear ............................................................................................... 11
View from above.................................................................................................. 11
Working Functions............................................................................................... 12
LCD screen ......................................................................................................... 14
Menu Functions................................................................................................... 14
Travel Drive Functions ........................................................................................ 15

3.2
3.2.1
3.2.2
3.2.3
3.2.4
3.2.5
3.2.6
3.2.7
3.2.8
3.2.9
3.2.10
3.2.11
3.2.12
3.2.13
3.2.14
3.2.15
3.2.16
3.2.17
3.2.18
3.2.19
3.2.20
3.2.21

Functions / Operation ....................................................................................... 16


Control Panel, general......................................................................................... 16
Options ................................................................................................................ 17
Diesel Engine START ......................................................................................... 17
Engine Speed Control, increasing / reducing the speed ..................................... 18
Smart Power ON/OFF ......................................................................................... 19
Diesel engine STOP............................................................................................ 21
Pressing / Releasing the Emergency STOP Button ............................................ 22
Releasing the Drive Lever, Forwards - Neutral - Reverse................................... 23
Selecting the Paving / Transport Speed Stage ................................................... 24
Speed potentiometer, SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE ....................................... 24
Steering Potentiometer, Steering to the Left / Straight Ahead / Right ................. 25
Turning on the Spot, to the Left / to the Right ..................................................... 26
Warning Horn ...................................................................................................... 27
LCD Standard Menu............................................................................................ 28
Screed Raise / Lower .......................................................................................... 33
Screed Floating Mode On / Off............................................................................ 34
Vario Screed Section LH + RH Extend / Retract ................................................. 35
Electric Heating Menu On / Off............................................................................ 36
Tamper Menu On / Off......................................................................................... 37
Vibration Menu On / Off....................................................................................... 39
Screed Lock On / Off........................................................................................... 40
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3.2.22
3.2.23
3.2.24
3.2.25
3.2.26
3.2.27
3.2.28
3.2.29
3.2.30
3.2.31
3.2.32
3.2.33
3.2.34

Levelling System Menu On / Off.......................................................................... 41


Tow Point Adjustment LH + RH, Raise / Lower................................................... 42
Augers LH + RH On / Off..................................................................................... 43
Augers LH + RH, Overmodulating....................................................................... 45
Augers LH + RH, Reverse Rotation .................................................................... 45
Conveyors LH + RH, On / Off.............................................................................. 46
Conveyors LH + RH, Overmodulating ................................................................. 47
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close................................................................ 48
Automatic On / Off ............................................................................................... 49
Changing the Menu, Standard / Main Menu........................................................ 50
Working Menu ..................................................................................................... 51
Information Menu ................................................................................................ 51
Operating Menu................................................................................................... 54

3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.3.3
3.3.4
3.3.5
3.3.6
3.3.7

ABG2820 ............................................................................................................ 66
Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off .................................................................... 66
Screed Assist, On / Off........................................................................................ 67
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower............................................. 69
Augers LH + RH, Reverse Rotation .................................................................... 69
Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode .................................................................... 70
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock..................... 71
The auxiliary control panel .................................................................................. 71

3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2
3.4.3
3.4.4
3.4.5
3.4.6
3.4.7
3.4.8

ABG5820 ............................................................................................................ 72
Optimisation of the cold start behaviour .............................................................. 72
Central Lubrication System ................................................................................. 73
Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off .................................................................... 74
Screed Assist On / Off......................................................................................... 75
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower............................................. 77
Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode .................................................................... 78
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock..................... 79
The auxiliary control panel .................................................................................. 79

3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
3.5.5
3.5.6
3.5.7
3.5.8
3.5.9

ABG6820 ............................................................................................................ 80
Optimisation of the cold start behaviour .............................................................. 80
Central Lubrication System ................................................................................. 81
Fumes Extraction On / Off ................................................................................... 82
Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off .................................................................... 82
Screed Assist, On / Off........................................................................................ 83
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower............................................. 85
Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode .................................................................... 86
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock..................... 87
The auxiliary control panel .................................................................................. 87

3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.6.4
3.6.5
3.6.6
3.6.7
3.6.8

ABG7820B .......................................................................................................... 88
Optimisation of the cold start behaviour .............................................................. 88
Central Lubrication System ................................................................................. 89
Fumes Extraction On / Off ................................................................................... 90
Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off .................................................................... 91
Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off .................................................... 92
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower............................................. 95
Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode .................................................................... 96
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock..................... 97
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3.7
3.7.1
3.7.2
3.7.3
3.7.4
3.7.5
3.7.6
3.7.7
3.7.8
3.7.9

ABG8820B .......................................................................................................... 98
Optimisation of the cold start behaviour .............................................................. 98
Central Lubrication System ................................................................................. 99
Fumes Extraction On / Off ................................................................................. 100
Automatic steering ON / OFF ............................................................................ 101
Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off .................................................................. 102
Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off .................................................. 103
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower........................................... 106
Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode .................................................................. 107
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock................... 108

3.8
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.3
3.8.4
3.8.5
3.8.6
3.8.7
3.8.8
3.8.9

ABG9820 .......................................................................................................... 109


Central Lubrication System ............................................................................... 109
Screed tensioning device ON / OFF.................................................................. 110
Fumes Extraction On / Off ................................................................................. 111
Crawler unit height adjustment RAISE / LOWER .............................................. 112
Automatic steering ON / OFF ............................................................................ 113
Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off .................................................. 114
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower........................................... 117
Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode .................................................................. 118
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock................... 119

4.

Messages ............................................................................. 121

4.1

Message Codes ............................................................................................... 121

5.

Auxiliary Control Panel ....................................................... 133

5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2

Design .............................................................................................................. 133


View from the rear ............................................................................................. 133
Functions........................................................................................................... 133

5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.2.10
5.2.11

Functions / Operation ..................................................................................... 134


Auxiliary Control Panel, General ....................................................................... 134
Diesel Engine START ....................................................................................... 135
Diesel engine speed.......................................................................................... 135
Diesel engine STOP.......................................................................................... 136
Pressing / Releasing the Emergency STOP Button .......................................... 136
Releasing the Drive Lever, Forwards - Neutral - Reverse................................. 137
Selecting the Paving / Transport Speed Stage ................................................. 138
Speed potentiometer, SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE ..................................... 139
Steering Potentiometer, Steering to the Left / Straight Ahead / Right ............... 140
Screed Raise / Lower ........................................................................................ 141
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close.............................................................. 142

6.

Screed Control Panels LH + RH ......................................... 143

6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2

Design .............................................................................................................. 143


View from the rear ............................................................................................. 143
Functions........................................................................................................... 143
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6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.2.8
6.2.9
6.2.10
6.2.11
6.2.12
6.2.13
6.2.14
6.2.15
6.2.16
6.2.17

Functions / Operation ..................................................................................... 145


Screed Control Panels LH + RH general........................................................... 145
Hydraulic Stop LH / RH ..................................................................................... 146
Warning Horn LH / RH ...................................................................................... 146
LCD Screen Standard Menu LH / RH................................................................ 147
Vario Screed Section LH / RH Extend / Retract ................................................ 148
Tow Point Adjustment LH / RH, Raise / Lower.................................................. 149
Augers LH / RH, On / Off................................................................................... 151
Augers LH / RH, Overmodulating ...................................................................... 152
Augers LH / RH, Reverse Rotation.................................................................... 153
Conveyors LH / RH, On / Off ............................................................................. 154
Conveyor LH / RH, Overmodulating .................................................................. 155
Menu Change Key, Standard Operation ........................................................... 156
Menu for the Augers .......................................................................................... 157
Menu for the Tampers ....................................................................................... 157
Menu for the Vibration ....................................................................................... 158
Menu for the Conveyors .................................................................................... 158
Menu for the Tow Points ................................................................................... 159

6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.7
6.3.8
6.3.9
6.3.10
6.3.11

Backup Operating Mode ................................................................................. 160


General.............................................................................................................. 160
Changing the Menu in Backup Operating Mode ............................................... 160
Menu Engine (Backup mode) ......................................................................... 162
Menu Electric heating ..................................................................................... 163
Menu Screed................................................................................................... 165
Menu Levelling system ................................................................................... 166
Menu Augers LH / RH ..................................................................................... 166
Menu Conveyors LH / RH ............................................................................... 166
Menu Tampers ................................................................................................ 167
Menu Vibration................................................................................................ 168
Menu Tow points LH / RH ............................................................................... 168

7.

Index ..................................................................................... 169

1.

Basic Information

1.1

General Instructions
These instructions are only valid together with the operating manual for tracked pavers of
the ABG series and the operating manual for the paving screed mounted on the basic
paver.
Basic information contained in the operating manual for the paver, such as the service
and warranty conditions, general safety instructions, using the paver for its intended use
as well as instructions for operating the electric and gas heating systems still apply
although they are not explicitly mentioned in this manual.
Carefully read and understand this operating manual as well as the information contained
in the above mentioned manuals before operating the control panel.

Disregarding these instructions may lead to damage caused by faulty operation


and even accidents.

1.2

Scope of Supply
Two operating manuals covering the control panel, auxiliary control panel and screed
control panel LH / RH.

2.

Technical Data

2.1

View of the Control Panel

2.2

View of the Auxiliary Control Panel

2.3

View of the LH Screed Control Panel

2.4

View of the RH Screed Control Panel

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3.

Control Panel

3.1

Design
Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

3.1.1

3.1.2

View from the rear


1

Electrical connection:
Maintenance

Electrical connection:
Power supply, CAN

Ventilation:
Goretex

Bracket:
Control panel support

Hand grips:
Transport

Paver:
Working functions, additional functions

LCD Screen

Menu functions:
LCD screen, warning horn button

Travel drive functions:


Travel drive, steering, speed

View from above

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3.1.3

Working Functions

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Options:
Additional functions

Conveyor LH:
Overmodulate

Turning on the spot

Deactivate all working functions


(Automatic):
ON / OFF

Conveyor LH:
ON / OFF

Conveyor LH (additional functions):


Reverse

Conveyor RH (additional functions):


Reverse

Conveyor RH:
ON / OFF

Diesel engine:
START / STOP

10

Conveyor RH:
Overmodulate

11

Tow point LH:


Lower

12

Tow point LH:


Raise

13

Hopper wing LH:


Open

14

Hopper wing LH:


Close

15

Levelling system:
ON / OFF

16

Menu key, levelling system:


ON

17

Hopper wing RH:


Close

18

Hopper wing RH:


Open

19

Tow point RH:


Raise

20

Tow point RH:


Lower

3.1.3

Working Functions continued

13

21

Screed lower

22

Screed floating mode:


ON / OFF

23

Screed raise

24

Auger LH:
Overmodulate

25

Auger LH:
ON / OFF

26

Auger LH:
Reverse

27

Hydr. auger height adjustment (Option):


Raise

28

Auger RH:
Reverse

29

Auger RH:
ON / OFF

30

Auger RH:
Overmodulate

31

Screed assist / screed load device (Option):


Menu

32

Screed anti-climbing lock (Option):


ON / OFF

33

Screed lock:
ON / OFF

34

Hydr. auger height adjustment (Option):


Lower

35

Vario screed section LH:


Extend

36

Tampers:
ON / OFF

37

Menu key, tampers:


ON

38

Electric heating:
ON / OFF

39

Menu bar, electric heating:


ON

40

Vibration:
ON / OFF

41

Menu key, vibration:


ON

42

Vario screed section RH: Extend

43

Vario screed section RH: Retract

44

Vario screed section LH: Retract

3.1.4

3.1.5

LCD screen

LCD screen

Warning signals LEDs

Function keys
-allocation depends upon the menu-

Input keys
-function depends upon the menu-

Menu Functions

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3.1.5

3.1.6

Menu Functions continued


3

Direction key LH

Direction key UP

Direction key RH

Change menu key:


Standard / Main Menu

Warning horn key:


ON

Direction key DOWN

Enter / return key:


ENTER

10

Input key:
full stop

Drive lever:
Forwards / Neutral / Reverse

Speed stage:
Paving speed

Speed stage:
Transport speed

Steering potentiometer:
LH - NEUTRAL - RH

Speed potentiometer:
-Depends upon speed stageLH = slower
RH = faster

Travel Drive Functions

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3.2

Functions / Operation
Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

3.2.1

Control Panel, general


( 2.1)
Ensure that:

all operating elements are freely accessible,

you know the significance of the functions selected when operating the machine,

the plastic touch pad on the control panel is not damaged during operation,

the plastic touch pad on the control panel is only cleaned with a commercially
available spirit,

the ignition is switched off when connecting or disconnecting the power supply
cables.

Procedure for connecting the control panel:

Remove the control panel ( 2.1) from the storage compartment on the machine.

Place the control panel ( 2.1) on the support.


tighten the fastening screw,

connect the CAN cable to the electrical socket for the CAN power supply 3.1.1)
and turn the bayonet catch to securely lock it.
Switch on the operating voltage.
Turn the battery master switch to ON and the ignition switch to ON.

The green LEDs in the operating keys will indicate the operating status.
ON = LED lights up,
OFF = LED is extinguished,
Function selected but not activated = LED flashes.
Warning and control indicators are located on the LCD screen ( 3.1.2).
A new message is signalled when the red LEDs flash on the LCD screen ( 3.1.4).
The LED's extinguish after you have confirmed the message with the Enter key
( 3.1.5).
The background of the LCD screen ( 3.1.2) is permanently illuminated.

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3.2.2

Options
( 3.1.3)
Options are available depending on the machine model.
In this case, symbols will appear in the slide-in bar on the control panel which deviate from
the standard range.
Further information is contained at the end of this chapter.

3.2.3

Diesel Engine START


( 3.1.3)
Fully acquaint yourself with all functions and return these functions to the
neutral position before starting the Diesel engine.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Turn the key in the ignition switch on the main


distributor from the neutral position (1) to the
ignition position/ON (2).
It will take approximately 30 sec to boot the
computer.
The main control panel is ready for operation
as soon as the standard menu (4) appears on
the LCD screen.
Press the key START / STOP
the Diesel engine.

, to start

If the Diesel engine does not start, ensure that:


the emergency STOP buttons ( 3.2.7) have
been released and the drive lever ( 3.2.8) is
in the neutral position.
Alternatively, you can turn the key in the
ignition switch from the ignition position/ON (2)
to the start position (3) and release it when the
engine starts.

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3.2.4

Engine Speed Control, increasing / reducing the speed


( 3.1.5)
When starting a cold Diesel engine, let it run warm at a lower speed.
At temperatures below 10 C, the warming up phase will take approx. 5 10 min.
Closely observe the instructions contained in the engine manufacturer's handbook.

After starting the Diesel engine, its speed will


automatically increase to MIN.
Increasing the engine speed:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the engine speed:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.

Only operate the paver at the maximum engine


speed to protect the hydraulic system.

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3.2.5

Smart Power ON/OFF


the diesel consumption and the noise level are as low as possible and that there is as little
exhaust emission as possible. When the Smart Power is off the transport and paving
speed is as usual.
During transporting the Smart Power is automatically inactivated. If the Smart Power is
active, the engines speed is firmly adjusted, the paving speed is infinitely variable and the
maximum speed is reduced.

Switch the Smart Power on or off.


Drive lever in neutral position: Idle running or heating speed or 50 Hz speed
Drive lever moved into required position: Engine speed on Smart Power speed
Engine speed:
Tamper with axial Tamper with
Vibration speed
piston pump
gear pump
ABG7820B
1600 1/min
1700 1/min
1500 1/min
2800 1/min
ABG8820B
1600 1/min
1700 1/min

2800 1/min

Smart Power ON
Press (4)
Smart Power OFF
Press (4)

Smart Power Modus OFF

When the Smart Power is OFF the machine


can be used at normal transporting and paving
speed.
The speed can be adjusted via the keys F4 to
F7.

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Smart Power Mode ON

When the Smart Power is ON the engines


speed is preset. F4 to F7 are inactivated.
The main display shows the fuel consumption
with Smart Power and the remaining time with
the remaining fuel.
The Smart Power symbol indicates the
engines speed when the Smart Power is
activated.

Smart Power Mode ON - Tamper

The Smart Power symbol in the status field


indicates the engines speed when the Smart
Power is activated .

Smart Power Mode ON - Vibration

The Smart Power symbol in the status field


indicates the engines speed when the Smart
Power is activated .

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3.2.6

Diesel engine STOP


( 3.1.3)
Before stopping the Diesel engine, let it run at a higher engine speed without
load for approx. 5 min to cool down.

Return the drive lever and all other working


functions to the neutral position.
"START / STOP" to
The press the key
stop the Diesel engine.

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3.2.6

Diesel engine STOP continued

Alternatively, you can turn the key in the


ignition switch from the ignition position (2) to
the zero position (1) to stop the Diesel engine.
After finishing work, stow the control panel in
the storage compartment provided to protect it
against vandalism.

3.2.7

Pressing / Releasing the Emergency STOP Button


Only press the emergency STOP button (1) in cases of emergency.
This will break the entire current supply, immediately stop all working functions and the
machine will come to an abrupt stop.
Caution! There is a danger of serious injury caused by your body suddenly accelerating.

Emergency STOP:
Press the emergency STOP button (1).
Releasing the emergency STOP:
Pull up the emergency STOP button (1).

Eliminate the cause for the emergency STOP.


When pressing the emergency STOP button
(1), all functions will return to the neutral
position.
To restart the paver, all emergency STOP
buttons (1) on the machine must be released
and the drive lever ( 3.2.8) returned to the
neutral position.

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3.2.8

Releasing the Drive Lever, Forwards - Neutral - Reverse


( 3.1.6)
Fully acquaint yourself with all functions and return these functions to the
neutral position before actuating the drive lever (1).
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Releasing the drive lever (1):


Place two fingers underneath and on both
sides of the locking ring (2) and pull the drive
lever upwards (A).
Keep the locking ring (2) pulled upwards to
move the drive lever (1) to and fro.
Forward direction of travel:
Release the drive lever (1) and move it
forwards in the direction (3).
NEUTRAL, parking position (5):
To start and stop you must return the drive
lever (1) to the parking position (5).
Reverse direction of travel:
Release the drive lever (1) and move it
backwards in the direction (4).

The drive lever (1) is only for selecting the


forward or reverse direction of travel.
It switches the travel drive on or off.

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3.2.9

Selecting the Paving / Transport Speed Stage


( 3.1.6)
Stop the machine to select the speed stage.
Before starting the machine again, turn the speed potentiometer ( 3.2.10) to the
required speed value within the speed stage selected.

Return the drive lever ( 3.2.8) to the neutral


position.
Paving speed stage:
Press the key (1), the LED lights up.
Transport speed stage:
Press the key (2), the LED lights up.
3.2.10

Speed potentiometer, SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE


( 3.1.6)
Turn the speed potentiometer (1) to the required speed value before moving the
machine.
Ensure there are sufficient steering and braking properties in respect of the paving width
of the screed mounted on the paver.

Speed stages:
Paving speed stage = 0 MAX.
Transport speed stage = 0 MAX.
Increasing the speed:
Turn the potentiometer (1) clockwise.
Reducing the speed:
Turn the potentiometer (1) anti-clockwise.

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3.2.10

Speed Potentiometer continued, SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE

The speed to be selected depends upon the


paving conditions and the paving material.
Altering the speed during paving work
influences the compaction performance and
the mat thickness.

3.2.11

Steering Potentiometer, Steering to the Left / Straight Ahead / Right


( 3.1.6)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Steering to the left:


Turn the potentiometer (1) from the neutral
position to the left.
Straight ahead travel:
Turn the potentiometer (1) to the neutral centre
position.
Steering to the right:
Turn the potentiometer (1) from the neutral
position to the right.

Low steering value = large steering radius.


Large steering value = small steering radius.

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3.2.12

Turning on the Spot, to the Left / to the Right


( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Ensure the screed is raised and safely secured in the transport locking device.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Procedure:
Return the drive lever (1) to the neutral position
( 3.2.8).
Return the steering potentiometer (4) to the
neutral position ( 3.2.11).
Turning on the spot:
Press the key for turning on the spot (5)
and keep it pressed.
Turn the steering potentiometer (4) to the
required LH or RH direction.
Low steering value = slow turning on the spot.
High steering value = fast turning on the spot.
Once the paver has reached the required
position, turn the steering potentiometer (4) to
the neutral position and release the key
for turning on the spot.

This function can be activated in the paving


speed stage (2) and the transport speed stage
(3).
However, turning on the spot must only be
done in the slower paving speed stage (2).
The transport speed stage (3) must be
switched to the paving speed stage (2) and
after turning on the spot, be switched back to
the transport speed stage if required.
Observe the different response characteristics
in each paving speed stage.

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3.2.13

Warning Horn
( 3.1.5)
Sound the warning horn (1) to warn other persons of a possible danger.
Observe your locally prevailing laws and regulations concerning the use of warning horns.

To sound the warning horn:


Press the warning horn key (1).
The warning horn will stop as soon as you
release the key (1).

Ensure the warning horn functions correctly


before starting work with the machine.

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3.2.14

LCD Standard Menu


( 3.1.4)
Repeatedly monitor the screen during paving work.
By promptly reacting to information displayed on the LCD screen, you will avoid damage
to the machine.
Ignition

After you have switched on the ignition


( 3.2.3), the following symbols must appear
on the LCD screen:
Screed control panel LH (1) - if not mounted,
Automatic (3) - if it has been deactivated,
Battery charging lamp (5),
Oil pressure indicator (6),
Automatic steering (10) - if it has been
activated,
Screed control panel RH (12) - if not mounted.

After you have started the Diesel engine


( 3.2.3), the following symbols must
extinguish:
Battery charging lamp (5),
Oil pressure indicator (6).
The following symbols can appear during
operation:
Travel drive sensor (2) - if faulty,
Control unit error (4) - if faulty,
Coolant temperature (7) - if too high,
Coolant level (8) - if too low,
Hydraulic oil temperature (9) - if too high.
Remote data diagnosis (11) - if it has been
activated.
In addition, messages will be shown which are
described in chapter 4 .

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3.2.14 LCD Standard Menu continued


Diesel engine speed

The Diesel engine speed is shown in both


fields (1).

Ensure you observe the warming up phase


( 3.2.4) to avoid damaging the Diesel
engine.
Closely observe the instructions contained in
the engine manufacturer's handbook.
Trip distance indicator

The distance covered is shown in the trip


distance indicator (1).
To return the trip distance indicator to "0":
Press the key F1.

With the trip distance indicator you can register


and monitor the distance paved by the
machine.
Travelling speed

The travelling speed is shown in field (1).

Observe the information in chapter (


3.2.10).

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3.2.14 LCD Standard Menu continued

Coolant temperature indicator

The coolant temperature is shown in field (1).


Indicator positions:
Blue = Operating temperature too low,
Centre = Operating temperature has been
reached,
Red = Operating temperature too high.

The coolant temperature may change


depending on the ambient temperature, the
degree of load on the machine and the paving
width.
Under normal operating conditions, the
temperature indicator will increase to the
middle value.
A message will appear in the LCD screen if the
operating temperature reaches a too high
value.
Further information is contained in chapter 5
"Messages".
Closely observe the instructions contained in
the engine manufacturer's handbook.
Fuel level indicator

The fuel level is shown in field (1).


Indicator positions:
Red = Reserve,
Right = Maximum fuel level.

The exact fuel level can only be indicated


when the machine is on level ground.

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3.2.14 LCD Standard Menu continued

Operating hours and current fuel consumption

The operating hours are shown in field (1).


The current fuel consumption is shown in field
(2).

Observe the manufacturer's recommended


service and maintenance intervals for your
machine.

Tampers

The tamper settings are shown in field (1).

The settings depend upon the paving


conditions and paving material.

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3.2.14 LCD Standard Menu continued


Vibrators

The vibrator settings are shown in field (1).

The settings depend upon the paving


conditions and paving material.

Levelling System

The levelling system's settings are shown in


field (1).

The settings depend upon the paving


conditions and paving material.

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3.2.15

Screed Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Procedure:
Switch off the screed's floating mode (2) and
the LED will extinguish.
To raise the screed:
Press the key (1).
To lower the screed:
Press the key (3).

Secure the screed in the screed locking device


for maintenance and transport purposes.
To commence paving, lower the screed onto
chocks the same size as the mat to be paved.
Take the degree of slump after final rolling into
consideration.

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3.2.16

Screed Floating Mode On / Off


( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Procedure:
The floating mode (1) will only function after
the screed has been completely lowered to the
ground with the key (2).
Switching on the floating mode:
Press the key (1), the LED will light up.
Switching off the floating mode:
Press the key (1), the LED will extinguish.

Secure the screed in the screed locking device


for maintenance and transport purposes.
Immediately switch on the floating mode (1)
when you start paving.

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3.2.17

Vario Screed Section LH + RH Extend / Retract


( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

How to change the paving width:


Extending the Vario screed sections:
LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
Retracting the Vario screed sections:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).

You can react to changes in the paving width


whereby the machine maintains its direction of
travel.

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3.2.18

Electric Heating Menu On / Off


( 3.1.3)
Closely observe your locally prevailing laws and directives for using heating
systems as installed on your machine.
Wear protective clothing during operation.
There is a danger of injuries caused by hot components.

Electric heating menu: Press the key (1) and


the menu for the heating (3) will appear in the
lower section of the screen.
Setting the desired temperature on the LH
Vario section:
Reduce = press F1 -.
Increase = press F2 +.
Setting the desired temperature on the basic
screed:
Reduce = press F3 -.
Increase = press F4 +.
Setting the desired temperature on the RH
Vario section:
Reduce = press F1 -.
Increase = press F2 +.
The actual temperatures measured will appear
on the screed symbolised in the screen. The
comparison between the desired and
measured temperatures is automatically made
when the heating is switched on provided the
automatic mode for the electric heating has
been switched on in the switch cabinet.
By pressing the "Enter" key (4), you will return
to the standard menu ( 3.2.14).
To switch on the electric heating:
Press the key (2), the LED will light up.
To switch off the electric heating: Press the key
(2), the LED will extinguish.

Depending on the paving material, the screed


must be heated to prevent it sticking to the
screed sections which would reduce the paving
quality and paving results.

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3.2.19

Tamper Menu On / Off


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
Keep all protective covers closed during operation.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Tamper menu:
Press the key (1) and the menu for the
tampers (3) will appear in the lower section of
the screen.
Selecting the settings:
Manual = press F1 MAN.
Automatic = press F2 AUTO.
Increasing the tamper speed:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the tamper speed:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.
By pressing the "Enter" key (4), you will return
to the standard menu ( 3.2.14).
Switching on the tampers:
Press the key (2), the LED lights up.
Switching off the tampers:
Press the key (2), the LED extinguishes.
Depending on the mode selected, the tampers
will either be switched on and off by the drive
lever in the "AUTO" mode or run continuously
in the "MAN" mode.
The last tamper setting made will remain
unchanged when the machine starts paving
again ( 3.2.3).

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3.2.19 Tamper Menu On / Off continued

Adjust the tamper speed to suit the material


being paved.
At a correct tamper speed, the screed will lay
smoothly on the paved mat and only minor
vibrations are noticed.
Do not run the tampers too fast as this may
lead to grain destruction in the paving material.

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3.2.20

Vibration Menu On / Off


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
Keep all protective covers closed during operation.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Vibration menu:
Press the key (1) and the menu for the
vibration (3) will appear in the lower section of
the screen.
Selecting the settings:
Manual = press F1 MAN.
Automatic = press F2 AUTO.
Increasing the vibration speed:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the vibration speed:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.
By pressing the "Enter" key (4), you will return
to the standard menu ( 3.2.14).
Switching on the vibrators:
Press the key (2), the LED lights up.
Switching off the vibrators:
Press the key (2), the LED extinguishes.
Depending on the mode selected, the vibrators
will either be switched on and off by the drive
lever in the "AUTO" mode or run continuously
in the "MAN" mode.
The last vibrator setting made remains
unchanged when the machine starts paving
again ( 3.2.3).

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3.2.20 Vibration Menu On / Off continued

Adjust the vibrator speed to suit the material


being paved.
At a correct vibrator speed, the screed will lay
smoothly on the paved mat and only minor
vibrations are noticed.
The vibrators only serve for smoothing and
closing the surface of the mat.
3.2.21

Screed Lock On / Off


( 3.1.3)

To switch on the screed lock:


Press the key (1), the LED lights up.
To switch off the screed lock:
Press the key (1), the LED extinguishes.
When the screed lock is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.

Switch on the screed lock when paving


materials with a low bearing capacity as this
will prevent the screed sinking down into the
mat when the paver stops.
Otherwise the paving results will be negatively
affected.
When switching off the ignition ( 3.2.5), the
screed will be automatically locked in its
position even though the floating mode may be
switched on.

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3.2.22

Levelling System Menu On / Off


( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Menu for the levelling system:


Press the key (1), and the menu for the
levelling system (3) will appear in the lower
section of the screen.
Selecting the settings:
Manual = press F1 MAN.
Automatic = press F2 AUTO.
by pressing the Enter key (4) you will return to
the standard menu ( 3.2.14).
To switch on the levelling system:
Press the key (2), the LED lights up.
To switch off the levelling system:
Press the key (2), the LED extinguishes.
Depending on the mode selected, the levelling
system will either be switched on and off by the
drive lever in the "AUTO" mode or run
continuously in the "MAN" mode.

When paving, ensure the levelling cylinders


and consequently the tow points maintain an
adequate distance to the upper and lower limit
stops. This is necessary for the system to
function correctly.
We recommend the use of the optional
levelling system on your paver.
This will enable you to obtain the highest
degree of surface evenness when paving subbase, base and binder courses.
Only use genuine accessories supplied by the
manufacturer as these have been specially
designed for your machine.

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3.2.23

Tow Point Adjustment LH + RH, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Switch on the levelling system ( 3.2.22) so


that you can adjust the tow points.
Further information is contained in the menu
for the levelling system, chapter 6.3.6.
Menu screen (1):
To raise the tow point:
LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (3).
To lower the tow point:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (4).
Depending on the mode selected ( 3.2.22),
the tow points can be controlled by the drive
lever in the "AUTO" mode or by hand in the
"MAN" mode.

Damage will occur on the screed if the tow


points are adjusted to opposite limit stops, e.g.
one tow point to the upper and one tow point to
the lower limit stop.
The maximum permissible difference in height
between both mat thickness scales is 10 cm.
When paving, ensure the levelling cylinders
and consequently the tow points maintain an
adequate distance to the upper and lower limit
stops. This is necessary for the system to
function correctly.
Never operate the tow point adjustment when
the screed is raised and secured in the screed
transport locks otherwise damage will occur to
the screed locking device.

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3.2.24

Augers LH + RH On / Off
( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To switch the augers on:


LH = press the key (1), the LED lights up.
RH = press the key (2), the LED lights up.
To switch the augers off:
LH = press the key (1), the LED extinguishes.
RH = press the key (2), the LED extinguishes.
The menu (3) will appear in the lower section
of the screen.
Selecting the settings:
Manual = press F1 MAN.
Automatic = press F2 AUTO.
To increase the auger speed:
LH = press the key F4 +.
RH = press the key F6 +.
To reduce the auger speed:
LH = press the key F3 -.
RH = press the key F5 -.
By pressing the "Enter" key (4), you will return
to the standard menu ( 3.2.14).
Depending on the mode selected, the augers
will be controlled by the drive lever when
travelling forwards in the "AUTO" mode or run
continuously in the "MAN" mode.
The auger mode will return to "AUTO" when
the machine starts paving again ( 3.2.3).

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3.2.24 Augers LH + RH On / Off continued

After being switched on, the augers will


operate automatically as long as the paddle
type switches (only on the ABG5820) or the
ultrasonic sensors for controlling the flow of
material are connected to the system.
The LH + RH auger control sensors are shown
by the symbol (S) in the menu (3).

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3.2.25

Augers LH + RH, Overmodulating


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To overmodulate the augers:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).

The augers can be overmodulated whether


they are switched on or off.
If you need to fill the auger channel with paving
material when the paver is at a standstill, you
can either use the function augers LH + RH
overmodulate or switch the LH + RH augers to
the "MAN" operating mode ( 3.2.24).
3.2.26

Augers LH + RH, Reverse Rotation


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the augers:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).

The augers can be reversed whether they are


switched on or off.
Reversing the LH and RH augers is a handy
function for distributing the remaining material
at the end of a paved mat.

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3.2.27

Conveyors LH + RH, On / Off


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To switch the conveyors on:


LH = press the key (1), the LED lights up.
RH = press the key (2), the LED lights up.
To switch the conveyors off:
LH = press the key (1), the LED extinguishes.
RH = press the key (2), the LED extinguishes.
The menu (3) will appear in the lower section
of the screen.
Selecting the settings:
Manual = press F1 MAN.
Automatic = press F2 AUTO.
To increase the conveyor speed:
LH = press the key F4 +.
RH = press the key F6 +.
To reduce the conveyor speed:
LH = press the key F3 -.
RH = press the key F5 -.
By pressing the "Enter" key (4), you will return
to the standard menu ( 3.2.14).
Depending on the mode selected, the
conveyors will be controlled by the drive lever
when travelling forwards in the "AUTO" mode
or run continuously in the "MAN" mode.
The conveyors will return to the "MAN" mode
when the machine starts paving again
( 3.2.3).

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3.2.27 Conveyors LH + RH On / Off continued

The conveyors are automatically controlled by


paddle type control switches or ultrasonic
sensors located at the end of the conveyor
tunnel.
3.2.28

Conveyors LH + RH, Overmodulating


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Overmodulating the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).

The overmodulating mode still functions


whether the conveyors are switched on or off.
If you need to convey paving material to the
augers when the machine is at a standstill, you
can either use the function conveyor LH + RH
overmodulate or switch the conveyors to the
"MAN" operating mode ( 3.2.27).
The optimum head of material has been
reached when the augers are submerged by
2/3 in the paving material.
Too much material in the auger channel will
exert an excess load on the augers.
Please take this into consideration when
starting work at large paving widths.

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3.2.29

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Opening the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
Closing the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

The hopper wings will always open and close


simultaneously whatever side you operate.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.

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3.2.30

Automatic On / Off
( 3.1.3)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To switch on the automatic:


Press the key (1), the LED lights up.
To switch off the automatic:
Press the key (1), the LED extinguishes.
When switched off, the symbol (2) for the
automatic will appear in the LCD screen.

By switching OFF the automatic, all working


functions such as the tampers, vibrators,
augers and conveyors will be deactivated with
just one touch of a button.
(The LED's for the working functions will flash
when they have been deactivated).
This will enable you to quickly prepare the
paver for transport runs.
It is no longer necessary to switch off the
individual working functions.
The previous settings made to the working
functions will be saved and remain unchanged.
(When the automatic is switched OFF, you can
also select other working functions which you
will require when the automatic is switched ON
again).
Switch the automatic ON again after the
transport run.
All working functions previously used resp.
selected will be reactivated.

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3.2.31

Changing the Menu, Standard / Main Menu


( 3.1.5)

To change the menu:


Press the key (1) if you wish to change from
the standard menu (2) ( 3.2.14) to the main
menu (3).
Menu bars in the main menu (3):
(4) = Working menu bar,
(5) = Information menu bar,
(6) = Operating menu bar,
(7) = Service menu bar. Only for Volvo
service.
You can go from menu bar to menu bar by
pressing the pointer keys UP (8) and
DOWN (9).
By pressing the keys F1 to F8 you can go to
the next function.
By pressing the key (1) again, you can return
to the standard menu (2) ( 3.2.14).

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3.2.32

Working Menu
( 3.2.31)

Working menu bar (1):


F1 = tampers ( 3.2.19),

F2 = Electric heating ( 3.2.18),


F3 = Vibration ( 3.2.20),

F4 = Levelling system ( 3.2.22),


F5 = Augers ( 3.2.24),

F6 = Conveyors ( 3.2.27),

F7 = Screed assist / screed load device ( 3.3.2)


By pressing the key F8 = Exit or the Menu
Change Key (2) you can return to the
standard menu ( 3.2.31).

3.2.33

Information Menu
( 3.2.31)

Information menu bar (1):


F1 = Information
F2 = Brightness
F3 = Language
F5 = Smart Power
By pressing the menu change key
, you
can return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

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3.2.33 Information Menu continued


Information

Information (1), - from the top to the bottom LH:


Coolant temperature, oil pressure, voltage.
Centre:
Control panel software version, machine serial
number.
RH:
Date, time.
By pressing the key F8 Exit or Enter
you can return to the standard menu
( 3.2.31).
Brightness

Brightness (1)
F1 = Select daytime.
F2 = Select night-time.
To reduce the brightness:
Press the key F3 -.
To increase the brightness:
Press the key F4 +.
The brightness setting made remains saved
until it is altered.
By pressing the key F8 Exit you can return to
the main menu ( 3.2.31).
By pressing the menu change key
, you
can return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

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3.2.33 Information Menu continued


Language

Language (1)
Selecting the settings:
Press the key F1 or F3 until your country's flag
is shown in a frame.
To select the unit of measure:
Press the key F6 until the unit of measure is
marked.
By pressing the key F8 Exit you can return to
the main menu ( 3.2.31) and accept the
entry.

The illustration shows only a few of the


languages available.
Smart Power

By pressing the menu change key


can return to the standard menu
( 3.2.31).

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Smart Power
On the Smart Power information display you
can see:
On the left side the fuel consumption with
Smart Power since work starting
On the right side the fuel consumption with
Smart Power since restarting
The fuel consumption since work starting
shows the total fuel consumption, the average
fuel consumption and the proportion of Smart
Power in the working process. The values are
reset automatically after two hours but can also
be reset manually by the operated at any time
via the key F2.
The fuel consumption since work starting
shows the total fuel consumption, the average
fuel consumption and the proportion of Smart
Power in the working process. The values can
only be reset manually via key F6.

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3.2.34

Operating Menu
( 3.2.31)

Operating menu bar (1):


F1 = Password,
F2 = Time, Date,
F3 = Offset Adjustment,
F4 = List of Messages,
F5 = Remote data diagnosis,
F8 = menu lock, requires the password.
By pressing the menu change key
, you
can return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Password

Password (1)
You can allocate a password to lock the
operating menu.
Entering the password:
Use the number keys (2) to enter a password
consisting of 5 digits.
Confirm the password with the "Enter" key
.
Enter the same password once again.
Now confirm the password once again by
pressing the "Enter" key

The password has now been saved and you


will automatically return to the main menu.
Altering the password or cancelling the
password for the menu lock:
Press the key F2 No PWD.
By pressing the key F8 Exit you can return to
the main menu ( 3.2.31).
By pressing the menu change key
, you
can return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31) .

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Time, Date

Time, date (1)


Setting the values:
Time
F1 - = Reduce the minutes.
F2 + = Increase the minutes.
F3 ++ = Increase by a 1/4 of an hour.
Date
F5 + = Increase the days.
F6 + = Increase the months.
F7 + = Increase the years.
By pressing the key F8 Exit you can return to
the main menu ( 3.2.31).
By pressing the menu change key
, you
can return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Offset Adjustment on the Travel Drive Pumps
Ensure you can easily reach the emergency STOP button ( 3.2.7) when
performing the offset adjustment because the machine can unintentionally be put into
motion.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Procedure:
The machine must be parked on level ground.
The screed must be raised and safely secured
in the transport locking device.
Start the Diesel engine ( 3.2.3).
Increase the engine speed to MAX.
( 3.2.4).
Wait until the machine has reached operating
temperature.
Offset Adjustment (1):
Press the key F3 Start.
Push the drive lever (2) ( 3.2.8) to the
forward travel position (3).
The LH travel drive pump will now be
calibrated.
When the offset end value has been reached,
an arrow will flash next to the indicator.
Now push the drive lever (2) ( 3.2.8) to the
reverse travel position (4).
Wait until the offset end value has been
reached and the arrow flashes next to the
indicator.
Now return the drive lever (2) ( 3.2.8) to the
neutral position.
The offset adjustment to the LH travel drive
pump has now been completed.
Now press the key F5 Start.
Now perform the above procedure on the RH
travel drive pump until all offset values have
been reached.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Offset Adjustment continued

If the offset adjustment has failed, a warning


symbol (2) will appear on the LCD screen (1).
In this case, repeat the offset adjustment
procedure.
If this fails once again, contact our service
department.
By pressing the key F8 Exit or the Enter key
you can return to the main menu
( 3.2.31).
By pressing the menu change key
can return to the standard menu
( 3.2.31).

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By performing the offset adjustment, the


starting values for the travel drive pumps are
calibrated.
The offset adjustment must be performed if the
paver does not travel in a straight line.
Always calibrate both pumps one after the
other.
The offset adjustment process can be stopped
at any time by returning the drive lever
( 3.2.8) to the neutral position.
After completing the offset adjustment, put the
paver into motion in the (L) paving speed
stage.
Repeat the procedure if irregularities still occur
when putting the paver into motion.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


List of messages

You can call up the coded error messages in


numerical order in the list of messages (1).
The total number of messages is shown at the
top LH side.
The highest number is the last message in the
list.
To scroll through the pages:
Forwards press the key F1 +.
Backwards press the key F2 -.
By pressing the key F8 Exit you can return to
the main menu ( 3.2.31).
By pressing the menu change key
can return to the standard menu
( 3.2.31).

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The list informs you of the paver's sequence of


messages.
To remedy the cause, inform our service
department of the list of messages.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Remote data diagnosis

The remote data diagnosis application (1) is


used for transmitting the machine's current
status via a mobile telephone equipped with
"blue tooth".
Read the instruction leaflet for your mobile
phone for this application.
Procedure:
Switch off the electrical power supply
( 3.2.1) before plugging in the data
transmission stick (A).
Plug the data transmission stick (A) into the
maintenance socket on the control panel
( 3.1.1) and turn the bayonet catch until it
locks.
Switch on the electrical power supply
( 3.2.1).
Press the menu change key to go from the
standard menu to the main menu
( 3.2.31).
Then select the "operator menu bar".
Press the key F5 = remote data diagnosis (1)
( 3.2.34).
Searching for a mobile telephone:
Press the key F1 Search.
The control panel will then search for all mobile
telephones with a transmitting ability which are
switched on within a radius of approx. 10 m.
The symbol for the telephone and the output
signal (2) will flash during the search process.
After the search process is finished, all mobile
phones located will be shown in the boxes (3)
together with their recognition.
Selecting a mobile telephone:
Press the key F2 Select until you have
marked the box (3) for the required mobile
telephone.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Remote data diagnosis continued

Using the mobile telephone:


Press the key F3 Use - the mobile telephone
(5) selected will be indicated and used for the
subsequent connection.
"Select" the type of connection required to our
service department:
Press the key F5 Select until you have
marked the kind of connection required in
boxes (8).
Passive dial up to our service department:
Select = Wait for call.
Active dial up to our service department:
Select = (one of the two possible telephone
numbers in the lower two boxes (8) which you
can enter using the numbered input keys
( 3.1.5).
Dial up to our service department:
Press the key F6 Start - the connection you
have selected will be shown next to the
"Telephone No.:" (7) and then be dialled.
Telephone link via Bluetooth":
Confirm the enquiry on your mobile telephone
with "Yes".
After setting up the link to your mobile
telephone, enter the factory PIN: 656671 into
your mobile phone so that the connection to
the control panel is completely enabled.
Connecting:
Confirm the enquiry on your mobile telephone
with "Yes".
The connection will now be set up; the arrow
(4) and the remote diagnosing symbol (6) will
light up.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Remote data diagnosis continued

Please Note:
If you change the password ( 3.2.34), you
will also alter the factory PIN .
You must enter the changed PIN (your
personal password) for a new connection.
It is not necessary to enter the PIN once again
on mobile telephones which have already been
linked to the control panel.
Terminate the connection with our service
department:
Press the key F7 Terminate - and the dialledup connection will be terminated.
By pressing the key F8 Exit you can return to
the main menu ( 3.2.31).
By pressing the menu change key
can return to the standard menu
( 3.2.31).

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Removing the data transmission stick:


Switch off the electrical power supply
( 3.2.1) before removing the data
transmission stick (A).
Turn and release the bayonet catch and then
remove the data transmission stick (A) from
the maintenance socket on the control panel
( 3.1.1).
Keep the data transmission stick (A) in a safe
place on the machine.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Remote data diagnosis continued

The "Warning" symbol will appear if:


(9) = the data transmission stick (A) has been
removed, it is faulty or this option has not been
purchased with the paver.
(10) = the mobile telephone suppresses the
connection to the control panel, it is located
outside a radius of approx. 10 m or it is not
suitable for this application.
(11) = you have selected a box (8) without a
telephone number.
Remote diagnosing symbol (6) + (12) in the
operating and standard menus:
lights up = a connection has been made
between the mobile telephone and the control
panel.
Flashes = a connection between the remote
station (service department) and the mobile
telephone has been set up.
Please Note:
After the service department has terminated
the connection, the connection to mobile
telephone will be automatically terminated.
The remote diagnosing symbols (6) + (12) will
stop flashing, light up for a short time and then
extinguish.
The connection has now been completely
terminated.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


System diagnosis menu

The functions of this menu may only be


used in cooperation with the Volvo service
(e.g. during a troubleshooting via
telephone).
F1 = LED Test
F2 = ECU Monitor
F8 = return to operating menu ( 3.2.31).
Access to the LED test menu is only possible
with the engine switched off.
Use F1 to check, if all LED's are on.
When pressing each key the electronics
system checks, if the actuation has been
recognized correctly. The key on the menu will
then turn green or grey.
Press F8 to return to system diagnostics menu.

In the menu ECU Monitor you can read the


value of the inputs and outputs of the
respective ECU's .
F1 = ECU1
F2 = ECU2
F3 = ECU3
F4 = ECU4
Press F8 to return to system diagnostics menu.

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3.2.34 Operating Menu continued


Menu lock

Main menu
View of the:
locked operating menu (1).
To unlock the operating menu:
press the key F1.
Enter your password (2) using he number keys
(3).
The operating menu (1) is now unlocked.
You can now access the entire menu bar (4).
To lock the operating menu:
Press the key F8.
The operating menu is now locked.
By pressing the menu change key
can return to the standard menu
( 3.2.31).

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Please refer to ( 3.2.34) for changing the


password, password protection resp. locking
the menu.

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3.3

ABG2820
Commencing S/N 17910.

3.3.1

Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
To switch off the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
When the screed anti-climbing lock is switched
on, it will be activated and deactivated by the
drive lever.

By switching on the screed anti-climbing lock,


you will prevent the screed being forced
upwards by the paving material for a distance
of approx. 60 cm when the machine starts
moving forwards.
During this distance, it is not possible to adjust
the tow points ( 3.2.23).
Thereafter, the screed will automatically return
to the floating mode ( 3.2.16).

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3.3.2

Screed Assist, On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To call up the menu:
Press the key (1).
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

By pressing the key (1), you can deactivate the


function without calling up the menu.

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3.3.2 Screed Assist continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
If the screed assist is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed assist if you are paving


material with a low bearing capacity.
The pressure on the screed assist is set on a
control valve in the factory.
This pressure setting can vary depending on
the paving conditions and paving material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

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3.3.3

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise:


Press the key (1).
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Lower:
Press the key (2).

Alternatively, you can operate the hydraulic


auger height adjustment on the main
distributor.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Electrics".
Set the height of the augers to suit the mat
thickness and paving material.
The augers are correctly adjusted when they
are submerged by 2/3 in the paving material.
3.3.4

Augers LH + RH, Reverse Rotation


( 3.2.26)

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3.3.5

Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).
The reverse function will automatically stop
after approx. 2 sec.

Reverse the conveyors at the end of the mat to


convey the paving material back into the
conveyor tunnel.

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3.3.6

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
To close the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

With this option, the hopper wings can only be


opened and closed separately.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.
3.3.7

The auxiliary control panel


Further information is contained in chapter 5 "Auxiliary Control Panel".

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3.4

ABG5820
Commencing S/N 17306.

The function that are not available on your control panel will remain inactivated when the
control panel is switched on.
3.4.1

Optimisation of the cold start behaviour


Cold start

When the engine is started at low ambient


temperatures, a warning message is displayed
on the monitor of the control panel.
The driving function is switched off. The
hydraulic system is activated within about 10
sec. The locking message disappears. The
machine can now be driven.
.
Cooling phase of the starter

If the engine does not start after repeated


attempts, e.g. owing to an empty tank, a
cooling phase of the starter is required. During
the cooling phase a warning message is
displayed on the monitor of the control panel.
The cooling phase may last several minutes.
After the cooling phase the engine can
be started again.

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3.4.2

Central Lubrication System


Ensure the central lubrication system functions correctly.

Automatic lubrication process:


During machine operation, all grease points
connected to the system will be regularly
lubricated.
Manual lubrication process:
Press the key (1) to start the lubrication
process.
After the lubrication cycle has been completed,
the forced flow of grease will automatically
stop.

The grease container must be filled by at least


1/3 with grease.
The central lubrication system will not function
if air has penetrated the grease lines.
The air must be breathed off the system before
it is used again.
Regularly check the grease lines for faults and
leakage to avoid damage to the bearings.

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3.4.3

Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
To switch off the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
When the screed anti-climbing lock is switched
on, it will be activated and deactivated by the
drive lever.

By switching on the screed anti-climbing lock,


you will prevent the screed being forced
upwards by the paving material for a distance
of approx. 60 cm when the machine starts
moving forwards.
During this distance, it is not possible to adjust
the tow points ( 3.2.23).
Thereafter, the screed will automatically return
to the floating mode ( 3.2.16).

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3.4.4

Screed Assist On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To call up the menu:
Press the key (1).
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

By pressing the key (1), you can deactivate the


function without calling up the menu.

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3.4.4 Screed Assist continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
If the screed assist is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed assist if you are paving


material with a low bearing capacity.
The pressure on the screed assist is set on a
control valve in the factory.
This pressure setting can vary depending on
the paving conditions and paving material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

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3.4.5

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise:


Press the key (1).
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Lower:
Press the key (2).

Alternatively, you can operate the hydraulic


auger height adjustment on the main
distributor.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Electrics".
Set the height of the augers to suit the mat
thickness and paving material.
The augers are correctly adjusted when they
are submerged by 2/3 in the paving material.

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3.4.6

Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).
The reverse function will automatically stop
after approx. 2 sec.

Reverse the conveyors at the end of the mat to


convey the paving material back into the
conveyor tunnel.

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3.4.7

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
To close the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

With this option, the hopper wings can only be


opened and closed separately.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.
3.4.8

The auxiliary control panel


Further information is contained in chapter 5 "Auxiliary Control Panel".

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3.5

ABG6820
Commencing S/N 17958.

The function that are not available on your control panel will remain inactivated when the
control panel is switched on.
3.5.1

Optimisation of the cold start behaviour


Cold start

When the engine is started at low ambient


temperatures, a warning message is displayed
on the monitor of the control panel.
The driving function is switched off. The
hydraulic system is activated within about 10
sec. The locking message disappears. The
machine can now be driven.
.
Cooling phase of the starter

If the engine does not start after repeated


attempts, e.g. owing to an empty tank, a
cooling phase of the starter is required. During
the cooling phase a warning message is
displayed on the monitor of the control panel.
The cooling phase may last several minutes.
After the cooling phase the engine can
be started again.

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3.5.2

Central Lubrication System


Ensure the central lubrication system functions correctly.

Automatic lubrication process:


During machine operation, all grease points
connected to the system will be regularly
lubricated.
Manual lubrication process:
Press the key (1) to start the lubrication
process.
After the lubrication cycle has been completed,
the forced flow of grease will automatically
stop.

The grease container must be filled by at least


1/3 with grease.
The central lubrication system will not function
if air has penetrated the grease lines.
The air must be breathed off the system before
it is used again.
Regularly check the grease lines for faults and
leakages to avoid damage to the bearings.

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3.5.3

Fumes Extraction On / Off


Ensure the fumes extraction system functions correctly.

To switch on the fumes extraction system:


Press the key (2).
To switch off the fumes extraction system:
Press the key (2).

Regularly check the fumes extraction system


for faults and leaks to avoid damage.

3.5.4

Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
To switch off the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
When the screed anti-climbing lock is switched
on, it will be activated and deactivated by the
drive lever.

By switching on the screed anti-climbing lock,


you will prevent the screed being forced
upwards by the paving material for a distance
of approx. 60 cm when the machine starts
moving forwards.
During this distance, it is not possible to adjust
the tow points ( 3.2.23).
Thereafter, the screed will automatically return
to the floating mode ( 3.2.16).

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3.5.5

Screed Assist, On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To call up the menu:
Press the key (1).
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

By pressing the key (1), you can deactivate the


function without calling up the menu.

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3.5.5 Screed Assist continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
If the screed assist is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed assist if you are paving


material with a low bearing capacity.
The pressure on the screed assist is set on a
control valve in the factory.
This pressure setting can vary depending on
the paving conditions and paving material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

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3.5.6

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise:


Press the key (1).
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Lower:
Press the key (2).

Alternatively, you can operate the hydraulic


auger height adjustment on the main
distributor.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Electrics".
Set the height of the augers to suit the mat
thickness and paving material.
The augers are correctly adjusted when they
are submerged by 2/3 in the paving material.

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3.5.7

Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).
The reverse function will automatically stop
after approx. 2 sec.

Reverse the conveyors at the end of the mat to


convey the paving material back into the
conveyor tunnel.

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3.5.8

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
To close the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

With this option, the hopper wings can only be


opened and closed separately.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.
3.5.9

The auxiliary control panel


Further information is contained in chapter 5 "Auxiliary Control Panel".

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3.6

ABG7820B

The function that are not available on your control panel will remain inactivated when the
control panel is switched on.
3.6.1

Optimisation of the cold start behaviour


Cold start

If the engine does not start after repeated


attempts, e.g. owing to an empty tank, a
cooling phase of the starter is required. During
the cooling phase a warning message is
displayed on the monitor of the control panel.
The cooling phase may last several minutes.
After the cooling phase the engine can
be started again.

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3.6.2

Central Lubrication System


Ensure the central lubrication system functions correctly.

Automatic lubrication process:


During machine operation, all grease points
connected to the system will be regularly
lubricated.
Manual lubrication process:
Press the key (1) to start the lubrication
process.
After the lubrication cycle has been completed,
the forced flow of grease will automatically
stop.

The grease container must be filled by at least


1/3 with grease.
The central lubrication system will not function
if air has penetrated the grease lines.
The air must be breathed off the system before
it is used again.
Regularly check the grease lines for faults and
leakage to avoid damage to the bearings.

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3.6.3

Fumes Extraction On / Off


Ensure the fumes extraction system functions correctly.

To switch on the fumes extraction system:


Press the key (2).
To switch off the fumes extraction system:
Press the key (2).

Regularly check the fumes extraction system


for faults and leaks to avoid damage.

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3.6.4

Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
To switch off the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
When the screed anti-climbing lock is switched
on, it will be activated and deactivated by the
drive lever.

By switching on the screed anti-climbing lock,


you will prevent the screed being forced
upwards by the paving material for a distance
of approx. 60 cm when the machine starts
moving forwards.
During this distance, it is not possible to adjust
the tow points ( 3.2.23).
Thereafter, the screed will automatically return
to the floating mode ( 3.2.16).

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3.6.5

Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To call up the menu:
Press the key (1).
To select the function:
Select the required function if your machine is
equipped with both options.
Press the key F1 to call up the menu for the
screed assist (2).
Press the key F2 to call up the menu for the
screed load device (3).
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

By pressing the key (1), you can deactivate the


function without calling up the menu.

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3.6.5 Screed Assist / Screed Load Device continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
If the screed assist is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed assist if you are paving


material with a low bearing capacity.
The pressure on the screed assist is set on a
control valve in the factory.
This pressure setting can vary depending on
the paving conditions and paving material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

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3.6.5 Screed Assist / Screed Load Device continued


Screed Load Device On / Off
( 3.1.3)
Setting the values:
Press the key F8 until the field for the settings
is marked in the screen.
from left to right:
Hydraulic pressure, linear speeding up path,
proportional speeding up path.
Increasing the values:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the values:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.
To switch on the screed load device:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed load device:
Press the key F3.
If the screed load device is switched on, it will
be activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed load device after breaks


in paving to avoid the screed being forced
upwards and forming a start-off-bump in the
mat when the machine starts paving again.
Set the pressure on the screed load device to
match your paving conditions and paving
material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

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3.6.6

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise:


Press the key (1).
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Lower:
Press the key (2).

Alternatively, you can operate the hydraulic


auger height adjustment on the main
distributor.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Electrics".
Set the height of the augers to suit the mat
thickness and paving material.
The augers are correctly adjusted when they
are submerged by 2/3 in the paving material.

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3.6.7

Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).
The reverse function will automatically stop
after approx. 2 sec.

Reverse the conveyors at the end of the mat to


convey the paving material back into the
conveyor tunnel.

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3.6.8

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
To close the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

With this option, the hopper wings can only be


opened and closed separately.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.

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3.7

ABG8820B

The function that are not available on your control panel will remain inactivated when the
control panel is switched on.
3.7.1

Optimisation of the cold start behaviour


Cold start

When the engine is started at low ambient


temperatures, a warning message is displayed
on the monitor of the control panel.
The driving function is switched off. The
hydraulic system is activated within about 10
sec. The locking message disappears. The
machine can now be driven.
.
Cooling phase of the starter

If the engine does not start after repeated


attempts, e.g. owing to an empty tank, a
cooling phase of the starter is required. During
the cooling phase a warning message is
displayed on the monitor of the control panel.
The cooling phase may last several minutes.
After the cooling phase the engine can
be started again.

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3.7.2

Central Lubrication System


Ensure the central lubrication system functions correctly.

Automatic lubrication process:


During machine operation, all grease points
connected to the system will be regularly
lubricated.
Manual lubrication process:
Press the key (1) to start the lubrication
process.
After the lubrication cycle has been completed,
the forced flow of grease will automatically
stop.

The grease container must be filled by at least


1/3 with grease.
The central lubrication system will not function
if air has penetrated the grease lines.
The air must be breathed off the system before
it is used again.
Regularly check the grease lines for faults and
leakage to avoid damage to the bearings.

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3.7.3

Fumes Extraction On / Off


Ensure the fumes extraction system functions correctly.

To switch on the fumes extraction system:


Press the key (2).
To switch off the fumes extraction system:
Press the key (2).

Regularly check the fumes extraction system


for faults and leaks to avoid damage.

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3.7.4

Automatic steering ON / OFF


Ensure the fumes steering system functions correctly.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone!

Automatic steering ON:


Press the key (3).
Automatic steering OFF:
Press the key (3).

When the function is active the steering symbol


(4) appears on the LCD display of the standard
menu.
Before paving check the correct function of the
steering to ensure good paving results.

101

3.7.5

Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
To switch off the screed anti-climbing lock:
Press the key (1).
When the screed anti-climbing lock is switched
on, it will be activated and deactivated by the
drive lever.

By switching on the screed anti-climbing lock,


you will prevent the screed being forced
upwards by the paving material for a distance
of approx. 60 cm when the machine starts
moving forwards.
During this distance, it is not possible to adjust
the tow points ( 3.2.23).
Thereafter, the screed will automatically return
to the floating mode ( 3.2.16).

102

3.7.6

Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off


( 3.1.3)
To call up the menu:
Press the key (1).
To select the function:
Select the required function if your machine is
equipped with both options.
Press the key F1 to call up the menu for the
screed assist (2).
Press the key F2 to call up the menu for the
screed load device (3).
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

By pressing the key (1), you can deactivate the


function without calling up the menu.

103

3.7.6 Screed Assist / Screed Load Device continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
To switch on the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
If the screed assist is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed assist if you are paving


material with a low bearing capacity.
The pressure on the screed assist is set on a
control valve in the factory.
This pressure setting can vary depending on
the paving conditions and paving material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

104

3.7.6 Screed Assist / Screed Load Device continued


Screed Load Device On / Off
( 3.1.3)
Setting the values:
Press the key F8 until the field for the settings
is marked in the screen.
from left to right:
Hydraulic pressure, linear speeding up path,
proportional speeding up path.
Increasing the values:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the values:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.
To switch on the screed load device:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed load device:
Press the key F3.
If the screed load device is switched on, it will
be activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed load device after breaks


in paving to avoid the screed being forced
upwards and forming a start-off-bump in the
mat when the machine starts paving again.
Set the pressure on the screed load device to
match your paving conditions and paving
material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

105

3.7.7

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise:


Press the key (1).
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Lower:
Press the key (2).

Alternatively, you can operate the hydraulic


auger height adjustment on the main
distributor.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Electrics".
Set the height of the augers to suit the mat
thickness and paving material.
The augers are correctly adjusted when they
are submerged by 2/3 in the paving material.

106

3.7.8

Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).
The reverse function will automatically stop
after approx. 2 sec.

Reverse the conveyors at the end of the mat to


convey the paving material back into the
conveyor tunnel.
This will significantly reduce shovelling work.

107

3.7.9

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
To close the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

With this option, the hopper wings can only be


opened and closed separately.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.

108

3.8

ABG9820
Commencing S/N 20812

3.8.1

Central Lubrication System


Ensure the central lubrication system functions correctly.

Automatic lubrication process:


During machine operation, all grease points
connected to the system will be regularly
lubricated.
Manual lubrication process:
Press the key (1) to start the lubrication
process.
After the lubrication cycle has been completed,
the forced flow of grease will automatically
stop.

The grease container must be filled by at least


1/3 with grease.
The central lubrication system will not function
if air has penetrated the grease lines.
The air must be breathed off the system before
it is used again.
Regularly check the grease lines for faults and
leakage to avoid damage to the bearings.

109

3.8.2

Screed tensioning device ON / OFF


Make sure no one should be working or staying within the area of the screed
tensioning device during operation.
Ensure the wire rope does not wind around the auger extensions when retracting the
Variomatic screed.
Check the clamps on the wire rope for tightness before using the screed tensioning
device.
The screed tensioning device will improve the
paving behaviour especially on Variomatic
screeds at large widths. It has a permanent
positive influence on the screed's floating
behaviour and ensures a positive angle of
attack.
Mount the screed tensioning device as
described in the operators manual for the
paver.
Screed tensioning ON:
Press the key (2). The keys green LED
illuminates. Both tensioning cylinders will
tighten the wire rope and the screed is now
tensioned. The screed can be extended and
retracted and the tension on the wire rope
remains constant.
Screed tensioning OFF:
Press the key (2). The keys LED extinguishes.

In order to avoid unexpected motions the


screed tensioning device is switched off before
the motor is started.

110

3.8.3

Fumes Extraction On / Off

Ensure the fumes extraction system functions correctly.

To switch on the fumes extraction system:


Press the key (3).
To switch off the fumes extraction system:
Press the key (3).

Regularly check the fumes extraction system


for faults and leaks to avoid damage.

111

3.8.4

Crawler unit height adjustment RAISE / LOWER


Presence of persons within the danger area is forbidden!
Never carry out the thick lift paving adjustment on ground which has not sufficient bearing
capacity.
Raise and lower the crawler unit evenly on the left and right side.
By calling up the menu for the thick lift paving
adjustment, the screed transport cylinders can
be used for raising and lowering the rear of the
paver.

Call main menu crawler unit height adjustment:


Press the key (4).

An animated display reminds the operator that


the crawler unit should be evenly raised. Press
F7 (1) when it's finished.
Press the key F8 to finish.

Press one of the following function keys until


the crawler unit has been raised or lowered to
the desired height:
F1: raise left side
F2: lower left side
F3: raise left and right side
F4: lower left and right side
F5: lower right
F6: raise right side
Press the key F8 to finish.

112

3.8.5

Automatic steering ON / OFF


Ensure the fumes steering system functions correctly.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone!

Automatic steering ON:


Press the key (5).
Automatic steering OFF:
Press the key (5).

When the function is active the steering symbol


(6) appears on the LCD display of the standard
menu.
Before paving check the correct function of the
steering to ensure good paving results.

113

3.8.6

Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off


( 3.1.3)

To call up the menu:


Press the key (1).
To select the function:
Select the required function if your machine is
equipped with both options.
Press the key F1 to call up the menu for the
screed assist (2).
Press the key F2 to call up the menu for the
screed load device (3).
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

By pressing the key (1), you can deactivate the


function without calling up the menu.

114

3.8.6 Screed Assist / Screed Load Device continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
Setting the values:
Increasing the values:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the values:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.
To switch on the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed assist:
Press the key F3.
If the screed assist is switched on, it will be
activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed assist if you are paving


material with a low bearing capacity.
The pressure on the screed assist is set on a
control valve in the factory.
This pressure setting can vary depending on
the paving conditions and paving material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

115

3.8.6 Screed Assist / Screed Load Device continued


Screed Assist On / Off
( 3.1.3)
Setting the values:
Press the key F8 until the field for the settings
is marked in the screen.
from left to right:
Hydraulic pressure, linear speeding up path,
proportional speeding up path.
Increasing the values:
step by step = press the key F6 +.
maximum = press the key F7 MAX.
Reducing the values:
step by step = press the key F5 -.
minimum = press the key F4 MIN.
To switch on the screed load device:
Press the key F3.
To switch off the screed load device:
Press the key F3.
If the screed load device is switched on, it will
be activated and deactivated by the drive lever.
By pressing the Enter key
, you will
return to the standard menu ( 3.2.31).

Switch on the screed load device after breaks


in paving to avoid the screed being forced
upwards and forming a start-off-bump in the
mat when the machine starts paving again.
Set the pressure on the screed load device to
match your paving conditions and paving
material.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Hydraulics".

116

3.8.7

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise:


Press the key (1).
Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Lower:
Press the key (2).

Alternatively, you can operate the hydraulic


auger height adjustment on the main
distributor.
Further information is contained in the chapter
"Electrics".
Set the height of the augers to suit the mat
thickness and paving material.
The augers are correctly adjusted when they
are submerged by 2/3 in the paving material.

117

3.8.8

Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).
The reverse function will automatically stop
after approx. 2 sec.

Reverse the conveyors at the end of the mat to


convey the paving material back into the
conveyor tunnel.
This will significantly reduce shovelling work.

118

3.8.9

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, Hopper Lock


( 3.1.3)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the hopper wings:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
To close the hopper wings:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

With this option, the hopper wings can only be


opened and closed separately.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.

119

120

4.

Messages
Monitor the machine's messages on the control panel.
Immediately check the messages to avoid damage.
Inform our Service Department if you cannot rectify the cause of the error.

After the computer's "boot process" has been


completed ( 3.2.3), any new messages will
appear in the top bar (1) in the standard menu
( 3.2.31).
At the same time, the LED warning signals will
flash ( 3.1.4).
If there are several messages in the memory,
the number of messages not shown will be
indicated in field (3).
Confirm the messages by pressing the Enter
key

After you have confirmed all the messages, the


LED warning signals (2) will extinguish.

Information on the sequence of messages can


be taken from the list of messages
( 3.2.33).
4.1

Message Codes

Code

Message on the LCD screen

Reaction

STOP on screed control panel [LH /


RH] has been actuated.

Return the drive lever to the neutral position.


Locate and eliminate the cause for the stop.
Thereafter the machine is ready for operation.

Error on control panel MCU.

Start the machine again.


Inform our service dept. if the fault reoccurs.

Control No. [1/2/3/4/5/6/7] reports an


error.

Fault in communication between controls


[1/2/3/4/5/6/7] and the control panel.
Check the status LED's on the controls as well
as the CAN cable for tight fitting and damage.

121

Code

Reaction

Message on the LCD screen

Control No. [1/2/3/4/5/6/7] reports an


3
(contin error.
ued)

Status LED
OFF*:
Error, no power supply to the control, software
is missing or the hardware is faulty.
RED*:
Software not yet started.
RED flashing*:
Operator software is missing.
GREEN:
Control is O'K', waiting for control panel.
GREEN flashing:
Control functions in normal operation.
Orange flashing*:
Control operates in auxiliary mode.
*Inform our service dept. if necessary.

Caution : System operating with


auxiliary control panel.

The control panel was connected after starting


the machine.
The control is operating in the auxiliary mode.
The machine is ready for operation.

Error when reading the parameters.

Inform our service dept.


Have the parameters checked.

Error when writing the parameters.

Inform our service dept.


The parameters were not saved correctly.

The parameters in control No.


[1/2/3/4/5/6/7] were retransmitted.

Inform our service dept.

Control No. [1/2/3/4/5/6/7] in auxiliary


mode has been restored.

The control panel switched the control back to


normal operation.

The parameters were retransmitted from the


control panel to the control unit [1/2/3/4/5/6/7].

The machine is ready for operation.


20

Fault steering potentiometer

In the event of a permanent fault, use the


additional control panel.
Inform the service department.

21

Fault speed potentiometer

The speed is firmly adjusted to approximately


4 m/s.
Inform the service department.

122

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

4001

Error on travel drive sensor [LH / RH].

Check the travel drive sensor [LH / RH] as well


as all connections and cables.
Renew any faulty parts.
Inform our service dept.

4011

Error, steering sensor

The automatic steering sensor's signal is


outside the correct range.
Check the sensor, connections and cables.

5001

Diesel engine, coolant level too low: n!

Permanent acoustic warning, message


repeated every 5 min.
Reduce the load on the engine.
Check the coolant level.
Top up coolant to the correct level mark.
If this message frequently appears, check the
entire cooling system and repair any leaks.
Inform our service dept.

5002

Diesel engine, oil pressure too low :


n bar!

Acoustic warning and message repeated every


5 min].
Reduce the load on the engine.
Check the engine oil level.
Top up oil to the correct level mark.
If this message frequently appears, check the
entire oil circuit and repair any leaks.
Inform our service dept.

5003

Diesel engine, coolant temperature too Acoustic warning and message repeated every
high : n C!
5 min.
Reduce the load on the engine.
Check the coolant level.
Top up coolant to the correct level mark.
If this message frequently appears, check the
entire cooling system and repair any leaks.
Inform our service dept.

123

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

5004

Diesel engine, charging air


temperature too high : n C!

Message repeated every 5 min].


Reduce the load on the engine.
Check the radiator and air intake and remove
all dirt and blockages.
If this message frequently appears, check the
charging air radiator and turbo charger for
damage.
Inform our service dept.

5005

Diesel engine, error on speed sensor :


n 1/min!

Inform our service dept.

5006

Diesel engine, error on sensor for


charging air pressure : n C!

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

5007

Diesel engine, error on sensor for oil


pressure :
n bar!

Inform our service dept.

Diesel engine, error on sensor for


coolant temperature : n C!

Inform our service dept.

Diesel engine, error on sensor for


charging air temperature : n C!

Inform our service dept.

Diesel fuel on reserve level.

Check the fuel level.

5008
5009
5020

The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.

The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.

The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.


The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.
Top up with fuel.
The fuel level gauge is O'K' if the value
changes when topping up with fuel.
Check the fuel gauge including all cables and
connections for tight fitting and function.
Renew any faulty parts.
Inform our service dept.

124

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

5040

EMR connection interrupted.

Inform our service dept.


It is only possible to start and stop the Diesel
engine with the ignition switch.
It is not possible to regulate the engine speed.
It is only possible to operate the machine at
MAX engine speed.
Engine data and messages cannot be shown
on the screen.

5050

EMR, CAN Bus Controller.

Inform our service dept.

5051

EMR, CAN Interface.

Inform our service dept.

5052

EMR, Bus error.

Inform our service dept.

5053

EMR, write EEPROM.

Inform our service dept.

5054

EMR, Programme test.

Inform our service dept.

5055

EMR, RAM Test.

Inform our service dept.

5056

EMR, internal power supply.

Inform our service dept.

5057

EMR, internal temperature.

Inform our service dept.

5058

EMR, Atmospheric pressure.

Inform our service dept.

5059

EMR, read EEPROM.

Inform our service dept.

5060

EMR, batch overflow

Inform our service dept.

5061

EMR, internal error.

Inform our service dept.

5070

Unknown EMR error.

Inform our service dept.

5080

Fault EMR, FM1 and SPN

Inform our service dept.

5090

Check motor identification

Inform our service dept.

5100

Generator is not charging: n V!

Use the respective wiring diagram and check


the D+- path.
Inform our service dept.

5200

Error, heating isolation !

Caution, medium voltage 400 V!


The electric heating system may only be
serviced and repaired by a fully qualified
electrician according to your locally prevailing
laws and directives.
Check all the heater bars using the respective
wiring diagram.
Inform our service dept.

5220

Error, temperature sensor [1,2,3] n C.

Inform our service dept.


The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.

125

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

6001

Error, hydraulic filter 1 : n C!

Renew the hydraulic filter.

6002

Error, hydraulic filter 2 : n C!

Renew the hydraulic filter.

6003

Hydraulic oil temperature too high : n


C!

Reduce the load on the engine.


Check the radiator and air intake and remove
all dirt and blockages.
Change the hydraulic oil.
Inform our service dept.

6004

Error, hydraulic temperature sensor: n


C!

Inform our service dept.

6011

Check the Diesel exhaust filter !

Clean the filter and renew it if necessary.

6012

Air filter dirty !

Clean the filter and renew it if necessary.

6013

Diesel filter dirty !

6014
6021

The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.

Check the filter / filters, drain off the water


resp. renew them if necessary.
Inform our service dept.
Fault diesel fuel filter sensor
The sensor is faulty and must be renewed.
Central lubrication, grease tank empty ! Ensure there is sufficient grease in the grease
tank.
Fill grease into the grease tank.

6022

Central lubrication, no grease supply.

Check the function of the central lubrication


system.
Repair the leakage.

6200

Auger %5 functioning with US sensor

6201

Augers [LH / RH] operating without


ultrasonic sensor.

This message will only appear if, for example,


the ultrasonic sensors fail after the machine
parameterized for USS has been started or
they have been disconnected or they were not
mounted.
The ultrasonic sensors must always be
disconnected before starting the machine.

6210

Conveyors %5 functioning with US


sensor

6211

Conveyor [LH / RH] operating without


ultrasonic sensors.

This message will only appear if, for example,


the ultrasonic sensors fail after the machine
parameterized for USS has been started or
they have been disconnected or they were not
mounted.
The ultrasonic sensors must always be
disconnected before starting the machine.

126

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

6220

Error, conveyor sensor [LH / RH].

This error message will only appear if the


sensor signal is beyond the range defined.
Possible causes:
Loose contacts, faulty wiring,
or
sensors not adjusted correctly or they are
faulty.
Inform our service dept.

6300

Error, tamper speed sensor.

Check whether the tampers start working.


Check the cables and connections for damage.
Renew any faulty parts.
Inform our service dept.

7001

Undefined error.

This error has been caused by a connection in


the control system which is not used and has
no influence on the function of the machine.

7002

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, travel drive
pump LH forwards.

Switch off the function.


Wait for a few seconds.
Switch the function back on.
If the error message reappears, check the
following:
solenoid, wiring and connections.
Readjust the components or renew them if
necessary.
Inform our service dept.

7003

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, travel drive
pump LH reverse.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7004

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, travel drive
pump RH forwards.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7005

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, travel drive
pump RH reverse.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7010

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid for speed
change to transport stage.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

127

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

7011

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, travel drive
motor LH.

Switch off the function.


Wait for a few seconds.
Switch the function back on.
If the error message reappears, check the
following:
Solenoid, wiring and connections.
Readjust the components or renew them if
necessary.
Inform our service dept.

7012

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, travel drive
motor RH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7030

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, tampers.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7032

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, vibration.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7051

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, screed floating
mode.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7053

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, screed assist.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7054

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, screed load
device.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7055

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, screed anticlimbing lock.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7056

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, screed raise.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7057

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, screed lower.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7070

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, crown control
raise.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7071

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, crown control
lower.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7080

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, hopper close.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7081

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, hopper open.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

128

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

7082

[Open circuit / short circuit /


Switch off the function.
overcurrent] Solenoid, hopper lock RH. Wait for a few seconds.
Switch the function back on.
If the error message reappears, check the
following:
solenoid, wiring and connections.
Readjust the components or renew them if
necessary.
Inform our service dept.

7083

[Open circuit / short circuit /


- Please refer to the above reaction. overcurrent] Solenoid, hopper lock LH.

7100

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, auger LH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7101

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, auger RH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7102

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, auger reverse
LH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7103

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, auger reverse
RH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7104

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, augers lower.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7105

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, augers raise.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7110

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, conveyor LH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7111

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, conveyor RH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7112

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, conveyor
reverse LH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7113

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, conveyor
reverse RH.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7120

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Warning flasher,
Variomatic.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7121

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, Variomatic LH
retract.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

129

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

7122

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, Variomatic LH
extend.

Switch off the function.


Wait for a few seconds.
Switch the function back on.
If the error message reappears, check the
following:
solenoid, wiring and connections.
Readjust the components or renew them if
necessary. Inform our service dept.

7123

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, Variomatic RH
retract.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7124

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, Variomatic RH
extend.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7140

[Open circuit / short circuit /


- Please refer to the above reaction. overcurrent] Solenoid, fumes extractor.

7150

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, cylinder
pressure.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7160

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, brake.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7170

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, central
lubrication system.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7180

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, cooling fan
drive.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7190

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, tow point LH
raise.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7191

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, tow point LH
lower.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7192

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, tow point RH
raise.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7193

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, tow point RH
lower.

- Please refer to the above reaction. -

7200

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, warning horn.

Due to the design, only the distance between


the control unit and the relay is monitored.
Inform our service dept.

130

Code

Message on the LCD Screen

Reaction

7210

[Open circuit / short circuit /


overcurrent] Solenoid, engine starter
motor.

Due to the design, only the distance between


the control unit and the relay is monitored.

Restart ECU [1/2/3/4/7].

The control unit restarts.

10001

Inform our service dept.


Inform our service dept. if the fault reoccurs.

10020

No valid module number: n!

The control setting is not valid.


Check the module-select-wire using the
respective wiring diagram.
Inform our service dept.

10100

Standard parameter ECU [1/2/3/4/7].

Inform our service dept.


The parameters were resent from the control
panel to the control unit [1/2/3/4/7].

15001

Error could not be entered in error


array.

Only appears in the service menu.


Is shown if more than 20 errors occur per
control unit.

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5.

Auxiliary Control Panel

5.1

Design
Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

5.1.1

5.1.2

View from the rear

Electrical connection:
Power supply, control cable

Speed stage:
Transport speed stage (H)
Paving speed stage (L)

Hopper wings
Open / Close

Screed raise / lower

Speed potentiometer
-depends upon speed stage selectedLH = slower
RH = faster

Steering potentiometer
LH - Neutral - RH

Drive lever
Forwards - Neutral - Reverse

Functions

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5.2

Functions / Operation
Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

5.2.1

Auxiliary Control Panel, General


( 2.2)
Ensure that:

all operating elements are freely accessible,

you know the significance of the functions selected when operating the machine,

the operating controls are not damaged during operation,

the auxiliary control panel is only cleaned with a commercially available spirit,

the ignition is switched off when connecting or disconnecting the power supply
cables.

Procedure for connecting the control panel:

To use the auxiliary control panel, you must disconnect the CAN power supply cable
from the main control panel ( 3.2.1).

Remove the auxiliary control panel ( 2.2) from the storage compartment on the
machine.

Connect the power supply and control cable


( 5.1.2) to the electrical connection on the main distributor and tighten the
threaded plug.
Switch on the operating voltage.

Turn the battery master switch to ON and the ignition switch to ON.
Now sit on the LH operator's seat,

Hold the auxiliary control panel ( 5.1.2) in your hands and operate the machine.

If the main control panel ( 3) is not available, you can use the auxiliary control panel to
operate the basic functions on the machine.
All other functions can be operated on the screed control panels.
Further information is contained in chapter 6, screed control panels LH & RH 6.3, auxiliary
control.

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5.2.2

Diesel Engine START


( 3.2.3)
Fully acquaint yourself with all functions and return these functions to the
neutral position before starting the Diesel engine.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Turn the key in the ignition switch on the main


distributor from the neutral position (1) to the
ignition position (2) and after a pause of
approx. 2 sec., turn it to the start position (3)
until the Diesel engine starts.

If the Diesel engine does not start, ensure that:


the emergency STOP buttons have been
released and
the drive lever is in the neutral position.
5.2.3

Diesel engine speed


( 3.2.4)
When starting a cold Diesel engine, let it run warm at a lower speed.
At temperatures below 10 C, the warming up phase will take approx. 5 10 min.
Closely observe the instructions contained in the engine manufacturer's handbook.

After starting the Diesel engine, the so-called "boot process" for the electrics will take
approx. 45 sec.
Once the Diesel engine has started, its speed will automatically increase to a preset
value.

You can now activate the functions on the auxiliary control panel ( 2.2).

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5.2.4

Diesel engine STOP


( 3.2.5)
Before stopping the Diesel engine, let it run at the preset speed without load for
approx. 5 min to cool down.

Return the drive lever and all other working


functions to the neutral position.
Turn the key in the ignition switch from the
ignition position (2) to the neutral position (1) to
stop the Diesel engine.

After finishing work, stow the control panel in


the storage compartment provided to protect it
against vandalism.
5.2.5

Pressing / Releasing the Emergency STOP Button


( 3.2.7)

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5.2.6

Releasing the Drive Lever, Forwards - Neutral - Reverse


( 5.1.2) / ( 3.2.8)
Fully acquaint yourself with all functions and return these functions to the
neutral position before actuating the drive lever (1).
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Releasing the drive lever (1):


Place two fingers underneath and on both
sides of the knob and pull the drive lever
upwards in direction (A).
Keep the knob pulled upwards to move the
drive lever (1) to and fro.
Forward direction of travel:
Release the drive lever (1) and move it
forwards in direction (2).
Neutral, parking position:
To start and stop, you must release the drive
lever (1) and return it to the parking position
(4).
Reverse direction of travel:
Release the drive lever (1) and move it
backwards in direction (3).

The drive lever (1) is only for selecting the


forward or reverse direction of travel.
It switches the travel drive on or off.

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5.2.7

Selecting the Paving / Transport Speed Stage


( 5.1.2) / ( 3.2.9)
Stop the machine to select the speed stage.
Before starting the machine again, turn the speed potentiometer ( 5.2.8) to the
required speed value within the speed stage selected.

Return the drive lever to the neutral position.


Paving speed stage:
Move the speed stage switch to the position
(1).
Transport speed stage:
Move the speed stage switch to the position
(2).

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5.2.8

Speed potentiometer, SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE


( 5.1.2) / ( 3.2.10)
Turn the speed potentiometer (1) to the required speed value before moving the
machine.
Ensure there are sufficient steering and braking properties in respect of the paving width
of the screed mounted on the paver.
Caution! There is a danger of serious injury caused by your body suddenly accelerating.

Speed stages:
Paving speed stage = 0 MAX.
Transport speed stage = 0 MAX.
Increasing the speed:
Turn the speed potentiometer (1) to the right.
Reducing the speed:
Turn the speed potentiometer (1) to the left.

The speed to be selected depends upon the


paving conditions and the paving material.
Altering the speed during paving work
influences the compaction performance and
the mat thickness.

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5.2.9

Steering Potentiometer, Steering to the Left / Straight Ahead / Right


( 3.1.6) / ( 3.2.11)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Steering to the left:


Turn the steering potentiometer (1) from the
neutral position to the left.
Straight ahead travel:
Turn the steering potentiometer (1) to the
middle of the adjusting range.
Steering to the right:
Turn the steering potentiometer (1) from the
neutral position to the right.

Low steering value = large steering radius.


Large steering value = small steering radius.

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5.2.10

Screed Raise / Lower


( 5.1.2) / ( 3.2.15)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Switch off the floating mode on the screed


control panel.
Further information is contained in the screed
menu chapter Screed Menu.
To raise the screed:
Move the switch (1) in the direction (2).
To lower the screed:
Move the switch (1) in the direction (3).

Secure the screed in the screed locking device


for maintenance and transport purposes.
To commence paving, lower the screed onto
chocks of wood the same size as the mat to be
paved.
Take the degree of slump after final rolling into
consideration.

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5.2.11

Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close


( 5.1.2) / ( 3.2.29)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To open the LH & RH hopper wings:


Move the switch (1) in the direction (3).
To close the LH & RH hopper wings:
Move the switch (1) in the direction (2).
Depending on the load, the hopper wings will
open and close at different speeds.

Both hopper wings will be operated


simultaneously.
Ensure the rear of the dump truck does not
damage the hopper wings especially when
cornering.
Close and lock the hopper wings when
transporting the paver or moving it around the
job-site.

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6.

Screed Control Panels LH + RH

6.1

Design
Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

6.1.1

View from the rear


LH screed control panel
(the RH screed control panel is a mirrored version
of the LH screed control panel)

6.1.2

Positioning screws:
Panel bracket

Fastening screw:
Panel bracket

Ventilation:
Goretex

Electrical connection:
Power supply, CAN

Functions

LH screed control panel


(the RH screed control panel is a mirrored version
of the LH screed control panel)

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Lower the LH tow point

Raise the LH tow point

Levelling system LH AUTO / MAN

- not used -

LCD screen

Menu change key LH

Enter key LH

Increase settings key "+" LH

Reduce settings key "-" LH

6.1.2 Functions continued


LH screed control panel
(the RH screed control panel is a mirrored version
of the LH screed control panel)

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10

Augers,
LH = Overmodulate
(RH = Reverse)

11

Augers,
LH = Reverse,
(RH = Overmodulate)

12

Augers LH (RH)
On / Off

13

Warning horn LH (RH)


On

14

Vario screed section RH


extend

15

Vario screed section RH


retract

16

Vario screed section LH


retract

17

Vario screed section LH


extend

18

Hydraulics LH STOP (RH)


On

19

Conveyors,
LH = Overmodulate
(RH = Overmodulate)

20

Conveyors LH (RH)
On / Off

6.2

Functions / Operation
Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

6.2.1

Screed Control Panels LH + RH general


( 2.3) / ( 2.4)
Ensure that:

all operating elements are freely accessible,

you know the significance of the functions selected when operating the machine,

the plastic touch pad on the control panel is not damaged during operation,

the plastic touch pad on the control panel is only cleaned with a commercially
available spirit,

the ignition is switched off when connecting or disconnecting the power supply
cables.

Procedure for connecting the control panel:

The main control panel ( 3) or the auxiliary control panel ( 5) must be mounted
and connected to the machine.

Remove the screed control panels ( 2.3) / ( 2.4) from the storage compartment
on the machine.

Fit the screed control panels ( 2.3) / ( 2.4) on the mounting brackets.

Tighten the positioning and fastening screws ( 6.1.1).


connect the CAN cable to the electrical socket for the CAN power supply
( 6.1.1) and turn the bayonet catch to securely lock it.
Switch on the operating voltage.

Turn the battery master switch to ON and the ignition switch to ON.

The green LEDs in the operating keys will indicate the operating status.

ON = LED lights up,


OFF = LED is extinguished,
Function selected but not activated = LED flashes.

Menus for various functions can be called up on the LCD screen ( 6.1.2).

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6.2.2

Hydraulic Stop LH / RH
( 6.1.2)
Only press the STOP key (1) to stop the hydraulics in emergency cases.
The travel drive as well as all other functions operating in the "AUTO" mode will
immediately stop. All functions operating in the "MAN" mode will continue to function.
There is a danger of serious injury caused by your body accelerating when the machine
starts or comes to an abrupt stop.

To switch on the hydraulic STOP:


Press the key (1).

Eliminate the cause for the hydraulic STOP


before operating the machine again.

6.2.3

Warning Horn LH / RH
( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.13)
Sound the warning horn, keys (1) to warn persons of a possible danger.
Observe your locally prevailing laws and regulations concerning the use of warning horns.

To sound the warning horn:


Press the key (1).
The warning horn will stop as soon as you
release the key (1).

Ensure the warning horn functions correctly


before starting work with the machine.

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6.2.4

LCD Screen Standard Menu LH / RH


( 6.1.2)

After the ignition has been switched on, the


screen (1) will show the following information.
The software version installed on the screed
control panel,
the current language setting.
The so-called "boot process" on the screed
control panel will take about 10 sec.
Thereafter, the screen (1) will show:
the current auger speed setting.

If the main control panel ( 3) is not available


or the auxiliary control panel ( 5) is
connected, the screen will show the current
auger speed setting and after approx. 45 sec,
the word (NOT) will appear. The word NOT
means the machine is operating in the backup
mode.
Further information is contained in the chapter
6.3 Backup Operating Mode.

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6.2.5

Vario Screed Section LH / RH Extend / Retract


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.17)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Extending the Vario screed sections:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (4).
Retracting the Vario screed sections:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (3).

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
With these functions you can extend or reduce
the width of the screed.
You can react to changes in the paving width
whereby the machine maintains its direction of
travel.

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6.2.6

Tow Point Adjustment LH / RH, Raise / Lower


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.23)
The paver will react differently depending on the load on the machine and its
configuration.
Keep an adequate safety distance to persons, buildings and other obstacles.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Switch on the levelling system ( 3.2.22) so


that you can adjust the tow points.
Further information is contained in the menu
for the levelling system, chapter 6.3.6.
Menu screen (1):
To raise the tow point:
LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (1).
To lower the tow point:
LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (2).
Depending on the mode selected ( 3.2.22),
the tow points can be controlled by the drive
lever in the "AUTO" mode or by hand in the
"MAN" mode.
The operating mode activated will be indicated
by an LED in the key (3).

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6.2.6 Tow Point Adjustment LH / RH, Raise / Lower continued

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
Damage will occur on the screed if the tow
points are adjusted to opposite limit stops, e.g.
one tow point to the upper and one tow point to
the lower limit stop.
The maximum permissible difference in height
between both mat thickness scales is 10 cm.
When paving, ensure the levelling cylinders
and consequently the tow points maintain an
adequate distance to the upper and lower limit
stops. This is necessary for the system to
function correctly.
Never operate the tow point adjustment when
the screed is raised and secured in the screed
transport locks otherwise damage will occur to
the screed locking device.

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6.2.7

Augers LH / RH, On / Off


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.24)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To switch the augers on:


LH = press the key (1), the LED will light up.
RH = press the key (1), the LED will light up.
To switch the augers off:
LH = press the key (1), the LED extinguishes.
RH = press the key (1); the LED extinguishes.

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
After being switched on, the augers will
function automatically as long as the ultrasonic
sensors for controlling the flow of material are
connected to the system.

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6.2.8

Augers LH / RH, Overmodulating


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.25)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To overmodulate the augers:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (2).

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
The augers can be overmodulated whether
they are switched on or off.
Use the LH and RH overmodulating function to
fill the auger channel with paving material
when the paver is at a standstill.

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6.2.9

Augers LH / RH, Reverse Rotation


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.26)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To reverse the augers:


LH = press the key (2).
RH = press the key (1).

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
The augers can be reversed whether they are
switched on or off.
Reversing the LH and RH augers is a handy
function for distributing the remaining material
at the end of a paved mat.
This will significantly reduce shovelling work.

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6.2.10

Conveyors LH / RH, On / Off


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.27)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

To switch the conveyors on:


LH = press the key (1), the LED lights up.
RH = press the key (1), the LED lights up.
To switch the conveyors off:
LH = press the key (1), the LED extinguishes.
RH = press the key (1); the LED extinguishes.

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
Single chain conveyors are operated from
either the LH or the RH screed control panel.
The conveyors are automatically controlled by
paddle type control switches or ultrasonic
sensors located at the end of the conveyor
tunnel.

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6.2.11

Conveyor LH / RH, Overmodulating


( 6.1.2) / ( 3.2.28)
Keep away from moving and rotating machine components.
It is prohibited for persons to be in the danger zone.

Overmodulating the conveyors:


LH = press the key (1).
RH = press the key (1).

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
Single chain conveyors are operated from
either the LH or the RH screed control panel.
The overmodulating mode still functions
whether the conveyors are switched on or off.
Use the LH and RH overmodulating mode to
convey paving material to the augers when the
paver is at a standstill.
The optimum head of material has been
reached when the augers are submerged by
2/3 in the paving material.
Too much material in the auger channel will
exert an excess load on the augers.
Please take this into consideration when
starting work at large paving widths.

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6.2.12

Menu Change Key, Standard Operation


( 6.1.2)

To change the menu:


Keep pressing the key LH (RH) (2) in the
standard mode until the required menu
appears in the screen.
menu screen (1):
1 Auger LH (RH)
+/- n %
2 Tamper Speed
+/- n rpm
3. Vibrator speed
+/- n rpm
4. Conveyor LH (RH)
+/- n %
5 Tow Point RH (LH)
+/If no entries are made in the menu, you will
automatically return to the first menu for the
augers after approx. 15 sec.

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6.2.13

Menu for the Augers


( 6.2.12)

Menu screen (1):


1 Auger LH (RH)
+/- n %
To increase the conveyor speed:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the conveyor speed:
Press the key - (5).
Press the menu change key ( 6.2.12) if you
wish to go to another menu.

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
6.2.14

Menu for the Tampers


( 6.2.12)

Menu screen (1):


2 Tamper Speed
+/- n rpm
To increase the tamper speed:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the tamper speed:
Press the key - (5).
Press the menu change key ( 6.2.12) if you
wish to go to another menu.

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6.2.15

Menu for the Vibration


( 6.2.12)

Menu screen (1):


3. Vibrator speed
+/- n rpm
To increase the vibrator speed:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the vibrator speed:
Press the key - (5).
Press the menu change key ( 6.2.12) if you
wish to go to another menu.

6.2.16

Menu for the Conveyors


( 6.2.12)

Menu screen (1):


4. Conveyor LH (RH)
+/- n %
To increase the conveyor speed:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the conveyor speed:
Press the key - (5).
Press the menu change key ( 6.2.12) if you
wish to go to another menu.

Each screed control panel controls its own side


of the screed.
Single chain conveyors are operated from
either the LH or the RH screed control panel.

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6.2.17

Menu for the Tow Points


( 6.2.12)
Switch on the levelling system ( 3.2.22) so
that you can adjust the tow points.
Further information is contained in the menu
for the levelling system, chapter 6.3.6.
Menu screen (1):
5 Tow Point RH (LH)
+/To raise the tow point:
Press the key + (4).
To lower the tow point:
Press the key - (5).
Press the menu change key ( 6.2.12) if you
wish to go to the menu for the augers.

This function can only be operated to opposite


sides on the screed control panels.

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6.3

Backup Operating Mode


Thoroughly read and understand this section before operating the machine.
This will avoid errors and accidents.

6.3.1

General
This chapter contains the function menus which deviate from the standard operation.
Details on all further functions are contained in the chapters:

6.3.2

Auxiliary Control Panel ( 5)

Screed Control Panels LH + RH ( 6.1) / ( 6.2)

Changing the Menu in Backup Operating Mode


( 6.2.12)

To change the menu:


Keep pressing the key LH (RH) (2) in the
backup operating mode until the required
menu appears in the screen.
The menu order depends on the starting point.
Menu screen (1) before start of engine:
1. Engine (Backup mode) (refer page 162)
2. Electric heating (refer to page 163)
3. Screed (refer to page 165)
4. Levelling system (refer to page 166)
5. Tampers (refer to page 167)
5. Augers LH / RH (refer to page 166)
6. Conveyors LH / RH (refer to page 166)
8. Vibration (refer to page 168)
9. Tow points LH / RH (refer to page 168)
If no entries are made in the menu, you will
automatically return to the first menu for the
engine (Not) after approx. 15 sec.

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6.3.2 Changing the Menu in Backup Operating Mode continued


Menu screen (1) after start of engine:
1. Electric heating (refer to page 163)
2. Screed (refer to page 165)
3. Levelling system (refer to page 166)
4. Tampers (refer to page 167)
5. Vibration (refer to page 168)
6. Tow points LH / RH (refer to page 168)
7. Conveyors LH / RH (refer to page 166)
8. Augers LH / RH (refer to page 166)
9. Motor (Backup mode) (refer to page 162)
The selected menu is displayed until a new
one is called. In this way, you can take your
time for entering the settings.
Display Menu (1) after motor start, when all
functions have been tested for the first
time:
1. Augers LH / RH (refer to page 166)
2. Conveyors LH / RH (refer to page 166)
3. Tow points LH / RH (refer to page 168)
4. Vibration (refer to page 168)
5. Tampers (refer to page 167)
6. Levelling system (refer to page 166)
7. Screed (refer to page 165)
8. Electric heating (refer to page 163)
9. Motor (Backup mode) (refer to page 162)
After 15 seconds without entry the system
changes automatically to the menu "auger"
that is used most frequently.

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6.3.3

Menu Engine (Backup mode)

Menu screen (1):


1. Engine
To call up the submenu A:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "A" in the screen (1):
Engine
Start / [Stop]
To start the engine:
Press the key + (4).
To stop the engine:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
( 3.2.3) / ( 5.2.2)

To call up the submenu "B":


Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "B" in the screen (1):
Engine speed
+/n rpm
To increase the engine speed:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the engine speed:
Press the key - (5).
( 3.2.4) / ( 5.2.3)
Press the menu change key if you wish to go
to another menu.

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6.3.4

Menu Electric heating

Menu screen (1):


2. Electric heating
To call up the submenu A:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "A" in the screen (1):
Electric heating
ON / [OFF]
To switch on the electric heating:
Press the key + (4).
To switch off the electric heating:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
To call up the submenu "B":
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "B" in the screen (1):
Electric heating
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LH
C

6.3.4 Menu Electric heating continued

To increase the set temperature value LH side:


Press the key + (4).
To reduce the set temperature value LH side:
Press the key - (5).
To call up the submenu "C":
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "C" in the screen (1):
Electric heating
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M
C

To increase the set temperature value on the


middle screed section:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the set temperature value on the
middle screed section:
Press the key - (5).
To call up the submenu D:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "D" in the screen (1):
Electric heating
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RH
C

To increase the set temperature value RH


side:
Press the key + (4).
To reduce the set temperature value RH side:
Press the key - (5).
The set temperature value you have selected
will be automatically reached when the heating
is switched on.

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6.3.5

Menu Screed

Menu screen (1):


3. Screed
To call up the submenu A:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "A" in the screen (1):
Floating Mode
ON / [OFF]
To switch on the floating mode:
Press the key + (4).
To switch off the floating mode:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
( 3.2.16)

In the backup operating mode, the function:


screed lock is always deactivated and the
screed anti-climbing lock (if installed) is
always activated.

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6.3.6

Menu Levelling system

Menu screen (1): 4. Levelling system


To call up the submenu A:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "A" in the screen (1):
Levelling System
ON / [OFF]
To switch on the levelling system:
Press the key + (4).
To switch off the levelling system:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
To call up the submenu "B":
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "B" in the screen (1):
Levelling System
man / [auto]
To switch the levelling system to the MAN
mode:
Press the key + (4).
To switch the levelling system to the AUTO
mode:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected. In the AUTO mode, the
levelling system will be switched on and off by
the drive lever and in the MAN mode it will
function continuously ( 3.2.19).
6.3.7

Menu Augers LH / RH
( 6.2.13)

6.3.8

Menu Conveyors LH / RH
( 6.2.16)

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6.3.9

Menu Tampers
( 6.2.14)

Menu screen (1):


7. Tampers
To call up the submenu A:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "A" in the screen (1):
Tampers
ON / [OFF]
Switching on the tampers:
Press the key + (4).
Switching off the tampers:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
To call up the submenu "B":
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "B" in the screen (1):
Tampers
man / [auto]
To switch the tampers to the MAN mode:
Press the key + (4).
To switch the tampers to the AUTO mode:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
In the AUTO mode, the tampers will be
switched on and off by the drive lever and in
the MAN mode, they will run continuously
( 3.2.19).

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6.3.10

Menu Vibration
( 6.2.15)

Menu screen (1):


8. Vibration
To call up the submenu A:
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "A" in the screen (1):
Vibration
ON / [OFF]
Switching on the vibrators:
Press the key + (4).
Switching off the vibrators:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
To call up the submenu "B":
Press the Enter key (3).
Submenu "B" in the screen (1):
Vibration
man / [auto]
Vibration MAN mode:
Press the key + (4).
Vibration AUTO:
Press the key - (5).
The word shown in brackets indicates the
mode selected.
In the AUTO mode, the vibrators will be
switched on and off by the drive lever and in
the MAN mode they will run continuously
( 3.2.20)
6.3.11

Menu Tow points LH / RH


( 6.2.17)

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7.

Index

Auxiliary control panel................................................................................................................ 133


Design........................................................................................................................................ 133
Diesel engine speed .................................................................................................................. 135
Diesel Engine START ................................................................................................................ 135
Diesel engine STOP .................................................................................................................. 136
Functions ................................................................................................................................... 133
Functions / Operation................................................................................................................. 134
Pressing / Releasing the Emergency STOP Button................................................................... 136
Releasing the Drive Lever, Forwards - Neutral - Reverse ......................................................... 137
Screed Raise / Lower................................................................................................................. 141
Selecting the Paving / Transport Speed Stage .......................................................................... 138
Speed potentiometer , SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE ............................................................. 139
Steering Potentiometer, Steering to the Left / Straight Ahead / Right........................................ 140
View from the rear...................................................................................................................... 133
Auxiliary Control Panel, General ............................................................................................... 134
Control panel
Options - ABG 7820 - Central Lubrication System............................................................... 89, 109
Control panel
Augers LH + RH On / Off ............................................................................................................. 43
Augers LH + RH, Overmodulating ............................................................................................... 45
Augers LH + RH, Reverse Rotation ............................................................................................. 45
Automatic On / Off........................................................................................................................ 49
Changing the Menu, Standard / Main Menu ................................................................................ 50
Conveyors LH + RH, On / Off ...................................................................................................... 46
Conveyors LH + RH, Overmodulating.......................................................................................... 47
Diesel Engine START .................................................................................................................. 17
Diesel engine STOP .................................................................................................................... 21
Electric Heating Menu On / Off .................................................................................................... 36
Engine Speed Control, increasing / reducing the speed .............................................................. 18
Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close ........................................................................................ 48
Information Menu ......................................................................................................................... 51
Information menu - Brightness ..................................................................................................... 52
Information menu - Information -.................................................................................................. 52
Information menu - Language ...................................................................................................... 53
LCD screen .................................................................................................................................. 14
LCD Standard Menu .................................................................................................................... 28
LCD Standard Menu - Travelling speed -.................................................................................... 29
LCD Standard Menu - Vibrators -................................................................................................ 32
LCD Standard Menu - Coolant temperature - .............................................................................. 30
LCD Standard Menu - Diesel engine speed - .............................................................................. 29
LCD Standard Menu - Fuel level indicator - ................................................................................. 30
LCD Standard Menu - Levelling System -.................................................................................... 32
LCD Standard Menu - Operating hour meter -............................................................................. 31
LCD Standard Menu - Tampers -................................................................................................. 31
LCD Standard Menu - Trip distance indicator -............................................................................ 29
Levelling System Menu On / Off .................................................................................................. 41
Menu Functions ........................................................................................................................... 14
Operating Menu ........................................................................................................................... 54
Operating Menu - List of Messages - ........................................................................................... 64
Operating Menu - Menu Lock - .................................................................................................... 65
Operating menu - Password - ...................................................................................................... 55
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Operating menu - Time, Date - .................................................................................................... 56


Operating Menu, Offset Adjustment \on the Travel Drive Pumps" ............................................... 57
Option - ABG 2820 - Screed Assist On / Off ................................................................................ 67
Option - ABG 5820 - Screed Assist On / Off ................................................................................ 75
Option - ABG 6820 - Screed Assist On / Off ................................................................................ 83
Options - ABG 2820 - Augers LH + RH Reverse Mode ............................................................... 69
Options - ABG 2820 - Auxiliary Control Panel ............................................................................. 71
Options - ABG 2820 - Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode ......................................................... 70
Options - ABG 2820 - Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, "Hopper Lock" .......... 71
Options - ABG 2820 - Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower.................................. 69
Options - ABG 2820 - Screed Anti-Climbing lock On / Off ........................................................... 66
Options - ABG 2820 - Screed Assist On / Off .............................................................................. 68
Options - ABG 5820 - Auxiliary Control Panel ............................................................................. 79
Options - ABG 5820 - Central Lubrication System....................................................................... 73
Options - ABG 5820 - Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode ......................................................... 78
Options - ABG 5820 - Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, "Hopper Lock" .......... 79
Options - ABG 5820 - Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower.................................. 77
Options - ABG 5820 - Screed Anti-Climbing Lock On / Off.......................................................... 74
Options - ABG 5820 - Screed Assist On / Off .............................................................................. 76
Options - ABG 6820 - Auxiliary Control Panel ............................................................................. 87
Options - ABG 6820 - Central Lubrication System....................................................................... 81
Options - ABG 6820 - Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode ......................................................... 86
Options - ABG 6820 - Fumes Extraction On / Off - ...................................................................... 82
Options - ABG 6820 - Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, "Hopper Lock" .......... 87
Options - ABG 6820 - Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower.................................. 85
Options - ABG 6820 - Screed Anti-Climbing lock On / Off ........................................................... 82
Options - ABG 6820 - Screed Assist On / Off .............................................................................. 84
Options \\...................................................................................................................................... 17
Pressing / Releasing the Emergency STOP Button..................................................................... 22
Releasing the Drive Lever, Forwards - Neutral - Reverse ........................................................... 23
Screed Floating Mode On / Off .................................................................................................... 34
Screed Lock On / Off ................................................................................................................... 40
Screed Raise / Lower................................................................................................................... 33
Selecting the Paving / Transport Speed Stage ............................................................................ 24
Speed potentiometer , SPEED INCREASE / REDUCE ............................................................... 24
Steering Potentiometer, Steering to the Left / Straight Ahead / Right.......................................... 25
Tamper Menu On / Off ................................................................................................................. 37
Tow Point Adjustment LH + RH, Raise / Lower ........................................................................... 42
Travel Drive Functions ................................................................................................................. 15
Turning on the Spot, to the Left / to the Right .............................................................................. 26
Vario Screed Section LH + RH Extend / Retract.......................................................................... 35
Vibration Menu On / Off ............................................................................................................... 39
View from above .......................................................................................................................... 11
View from the rear........................................................................................................................ 11
Warning Horn .............................................................................................................................. 27
Working Functions ....................................................................................................................... 12
Working Menu .............................................................................................................................. 51
Control panel
Options - ABG 7820 - Fumes Extraction On / Off - ...................................................................... 90
Options - ABG 7820 - Screed Anti-Climbing lock On / Off ........................................................... 91
Options - ABG 7820 - Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off.......................................... 92
Options - ABG 7820 - Screed Assist On / Off .............................................................................. 93
Options - ABG 7820 - Screed Load Device On / Off.................................................................... 94
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Options - ABG 7820 - Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower.................................. 95


Options - ABG 7820 - Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode ......................................................... 96
Options - ABG 7820 - Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, "Hopper Lock" .......... 97
Options - ABG 8820 - Central Lubrication System....................................................................... 99
Options - ABG 8820 - Fumes Extraction On / Off - .................................................................... 100
Options - ABG 8820 - Screed Anti-Climbing lock On / Off ......................................................... 102
Options - ABG 8820 - Screed Assist / Screed Load Device, On / Off........................................ 103
Options - ABG 8820 - Screed Assist On / Off ............................................................................ 104
Options - ABG 8820 - Screed Load Device On / Off.................................................................. 105
Options - ABG 8820 - Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower................................ 106
Options - ABG 8820 - Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode ....................................................... 107
Options - ABG 8820 - Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, "Hopper Lock" ........ 108
Options - ABG 8820 - Hydraulic Auger Height Adjustment, Raise / Lower................................ 117
Options - ABG 8820 - Conveyors LH + RH Reverse Mode ....................................................... 118
Options - ABG 8820 - Hopper Wings LH + RH, Open / Close Separately, "Hopper Lock" ........ 119
Control panels ............................................................................................................................... 11
Basic Information ........................................................................................................................... 5
Design.......................................................................................................................................... 11
Functions / Operation................................................................................................................... 16
General instructions ....................................................................................................................... 5
Message Codes ......................................................................................................................... 121
Messages................................................................................................................................... 121
Options - ABG 2820 ..................................................................................................................... 66
Options - ABG 5820 ..................................................................................................................... 72
Options - ABG 6820 ..................................................................................................................... 80
Options - ABG 7820 ..................................................................................................................... 88
Options - ABG 8820 ..................................................................................................................... 98
Options - ABG 9820 ................................................................................................................... 109
Scope of Supply ............................................................................................................................. 5
Screed Control Panels LH + RH ................................................................................................. 143
Augers LH / RH, On / Off ........................................................................................................... 151
Augers LH / RH, Overmodulating............................................................................................... 152
Augers LH / RH, Reverse Rotation ............................................................................................ 153
Backup Operating Mode ............................................................................................................ 160
Backup Operating Mode - General - .......................................................................................... 160
Conveyor LH / RH, Overmodulating........................................................................................... 155
Conveyors LH / RH, On / Off...................................................................................................... 154
Design........................................................................................................................................ 143
Functions / Operation................................................................................................................. 145
Hydraulic Stop LH / RH .............................................................................................................. 146
LCD screen Standard Menu LH / RH......................................................................................... 147
Menu Change Key, Standard Operation .................................................................................... 156
Menu for the Augers .................................................................................................................. 157
Menu for the Conveyors............................................................................................................. 158
Menu for the Tampers................................................................................................................ 157
Menu for the Tow Points ............................................................................................................ 159
Menu for the Vibration................................................................................................................ 158
Tow Point Adjustment LH / RH, Raise / Lower .......................................................................... 149
Vario Screed Section LH / RH Extend / Retract......................................................................... 148
View from the rear...................................................................................................................... 143
Warning Horn ............................................................................................................................. 146
Screed Control Panels LH + RH
Functions ................................................................................................................................... 143
171

Screed Control Panels LH + RH general ................................................................................... 145


Screed Control Panels, Backup Operating Mode
Menu Engine (Backup mode) .................................................................................................. 162
Menu Tow points LH / RH......................................................................................................... 168
Screed Control Panels, Backup Operating Mode
Menu change key....................................................................................................................... 160
Menu Electric heating .............................................................................................................. 163
Menu Levelling system" ............................................................................................................ 166
Menu Augers LH / RH.............................................................................................................. 166
Menu Conveyors LH / RH........................................................................................................ 166
Menu Tampers......................................................................................................................... 167
Menu Vibration.......................................................................................................................... 168
Table of Contents ............................................................................................................................ 1
Technical Data ................................................................................................................................. 7
View of the Auxiliary Control Panel............................................................................................... 8
View of the Control Panel ............................................................................................................... 7
View of the LH Screed Control Panel ............................................................................................ 9
View of the RH Screed Control Panel.......................................................................................... 10

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The warranty statement is provided within the manual kit shipped with the machine.

Ref. No. VOE21A1005991


CPN 80913502
Volvo

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