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...................... 20-34 Bleeding air from hydraulic circuit ...................................................................... 20-20 Adjusting valve clearance ................................. 20 TESTING.................................................................. 20-30 Adjusting PPC valve .................................................................................... adjustment or faultfinding.............................................................................................. 20-33 Measuring internal leakage of cylinder ............................................................................................................................................. swing................... 20-23 Adjusting fuel injection timing .................... 20-37 Testing hydraulic breaker gas pressure ...................................... ADJUSTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING 12 of judgement standard value .................... 20-31 Measuring solenoid valve outlet port pressure....................................................................................... 20-29 Measuring output pressure of PPC valve ............................................................. 20-24 Measuring engine oil pressure.................................... WARNING! Take great care to avoid getting caught in rotating parts such as the fan................................................................. 20-38 Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................... WARNING! Before performing inspection............................................................................................ The values in the tables are for new machines and are obtained from reference to values when the machine is shipped from the factory....................................................................................................................................................................... 20-32 Adjusting blade control lever .................................................................................................................................................................................................... allow the engine to cool down before removing the radiator cap to prevent the risk of being scalded by hot water which may spurt out if engine is hot............................................................................................ 20-39 ★ The following precautions are necessary when using the standard value tables for testing and adjusting or for trouble- shooting............................................... WARNING! When performing joint work.............................................. travel circuit .................................. 1................................................. WARNING! When checking the water level................. 20-25 Testing and adjusting hydraulic pressure in work equipment... make appropriate signals and allow only authorized personnel near the machine..................................................... 20-21 Measuring compression pressure .................... 2....... etc............................... PC25-1 PC30-7 PC40-7 PC45-1 20-1 7 .................................................................. 20-35 Releasing remaining pressure from hydraulic circuit .......................................................................................................................... These standard values do not form a basis for judging claims................ These values should be used only as a target guide for judging the progress of wear or when repairing the ma- chine........................................................................ 20-18 Tool for testing.............................................. 20-2 Table Standard value table for electrical system.......................................................................................................................................... 20-26 Testing control circuit pressure ... These values should be used as reference together with the repair condition and operating record of the machine to make judgement on failures. 20-24-1 Adjusting fuel control lever......................... 3....................... adjusting...... and troubleshooting .................................................. The standard values for judging failures are based on the results of various tests when shipping the machine from the fac- tory.............................................................................................................................................. park the machine on level ground and check the safety pin and chock.