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feds MAINTENANCE and LUBRICATION SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS 80521 (9-95) Printed in USA CONTENTS General Safety Precautions Preventive Maintenance Shift Maintenance Scheduled Maintenance . Scheduled Oil Sampling Shift Maintenance Check List. Lubrication Points Lubrication Chart . Maintenance Check List. Maintenance Procedures . Operator Troubleshooting Maintenance Specifications . Component Capacities & Lubricant . Lubricant Specifications Maintenance and Lubrication General ‘Amachine that receives regular care fromits operators and mechanics generally rewards them with decreased down- time and greater reliability. With the help of the information, in this section, you should be able to maintain your Lum- beriack at top operating efficiency. The maintenance and lubrication procedures given here can be performed with a minimum of shop tools. Safety Precautions Before performing any maintenance of lubrication, review the following safety precautions. They're included for your protection. Read This Manual Be sure you understand the procedures outlined in this manual before attempting to carry them out. Pay particular attention to any safety wamings presented. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask your WAGNER dealer. 2. Perform Maintenance on Level Ground The machine should be on level ground and clear of traffic lanes whenever possible. The parking brake should be set and the wheels blocked. 3. Remove Loads ‘The machine should be unloaded, with the carriage down, Never rely on the hydraulic system to support any part of the machine during maintenance oF lubrication. If necessary, support compo- nents with appropriate safety stands. NEVER stand under a component that is supported only by the hydraulic system. Make sure it is. resting on its mechanical stops or safety stands. 4, Stop the Engine Before performing any maintenance or lubrication, remove the key from the switch, or tag the key switch "DO NOT START", to ensure that the engine is not inadvertently started. 5. Install Swivel Locking Pin Allfour-wheel-drive units are equipped with these pins. ‘Always install this pin when working in the area of the swivel hinge. The machine must be on a level surface and the bogie turned right or left for pin insertion. 6. Use Safe Ladders/Scaffolding Due to the extreme height of the upper lube points, it is essential to personne! safety that safe ladders, personnel lifts and/or scaffolding be used while serv- icing. These areas can be dangerously slick under conditions of rain, frost or oll smears. cnassis S PIN STORAGE BRACKET oe Ze Figure 1. Swivel Locking Pin