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INTRODUCTION

Read this manual carefully to learn how to operate Warranty is provided as a part of Hitachi's support
and service your machine correctly. Failure to do so program for customers who operate and maintain their
could result in personal injury or machine damage. equipment as described in this manual. The warranty
is explained on the warranty certificate which you
This standard specification machine can be should have received from your dealer.
operated under the following conditions without being This warranty provides you the assurance that Hitachi
modified. will back its products where defects appear within the
Atmospheric Temperature: 20C to 40C (4F to warranty period. In some circumstances, Hitachi also
104F) provides field improvements, often without charge to
Altitude: 0 m to 2000 m (0 ft to 6600 ft) the customer, even if the product is out of warranty.
Should the equipment be abused, or modified to
In case the machine is used under conditions other change its performance beyond the original
than described above, consult your nearest Hitachi factory specifications, the warranty will become
dealer. void and field improvements may be denied.
Setting fuel delivery above specifications or otherwise
This manual should be considered a permanent overpowering machines will result in such action.
part of your machine and should remain with the
machine when you sell it. Only qualified, experienced operators officially
licensed (according to local law) should be allowed to
This machine is of metric design. Measurements in operate the machine. Moreover, only officially licensed
this manual are metric. Use only metric hardware and personnel should be allowed to inspect and service
tools as specified. the machine.

Right-hand and left-hand sides are determined by Prior to operating this machine in a country other than
facing in the direction of forward travel. a country of its intended use, it may be necessary to
make modifications to it so that it complies with the
Write product identification numbers in the local standards (including safety standards) and
Machine Numbers section. Accurately record all the requirements of that particular country. Please do not
numbers to help in tracing the machine should it be operate this machine outside of the country of its
stolen. Your dealer also needs these numbers when intended use until such compliance has been
you order parts. If this manual is kept on the machine, confirmed. Please contact Hitachi Construction
also file the identification numbers in a secure place Machinery Co., Ltd. or any of our authorized distributor
off the machine. or dealer if you have any questions concerning
compliance.

Hitachi machine models are classified into 7 classes and 2 models as shown in
the table below. When referring to the texts and/or illustrations indicated with the
applicable machine class names in this manual, check that the machine models
concerned are included using this table.
Class
ZX120 Class ZAXIS110, 110M, 120, 130H, 130K, 130L
ZX180 Class ZAXIS160LC, 180LC, 180LCN
ZX200 Class ZAXIS200, 200LC, 210H, 210LCH, 210K, 210LCK,
ZX225 Class ZAXIS225USR, 225USRLC, 225USRK, 225USRLCK
ZX270 Class ZAXIS230, 230LC, 240H, 240LCH, 240K, 240LCK, 270, 270LC
ZX330 Class ZAXIS330, 330LC, 350H, 350LCH, 370MTH, 350K, 350LCK
Model
Std. Model ZAXIS110, 110M, 120, 130H, 160LC, 180LC, 180LCN, 200, 200LC, 210H, 210LCH,
225USR, 225USRLC, 230, 230LC, 240H, 240LCH, 270, 270LC, 330, 330LC, 350H,
350LCH, 370MTH
K Model ZAXIS130K, 210K, 210LCK, 225USRK, 225USRLCK, 240K, 240LCK 350K, 350LCK
L Model ZAXIS130L

All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest product information available
at the time of publication. The right is reserved to make changes at any time without notice.

©2004 Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd.


All rights reserved.
MACHINE NUMBERS
The manufacturing Nos. explained in this group is the
individual number (serial No.) given to each machine and
hydraulic components. These numbers are requested
when inquiring any information on the machine and/or
components. Fill these serial Nos. in the blank spaces in
this group to immediately make them available upon
request.

MACHINE
M157-00-001

SS3097499

1. MODEL/TYPE M157-12-008

2. Product Identification Number Serial Number

3. Year of Manufacturing
4. Operating mass (standard version)
5. Engine power in kW according to ISO9249

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER


Engine Type
PRODUCT
IDENTIFICATION
M175-00-001
NUMBER: ZX120, 180 class

NOTE: Marks to indicate the


start and end of the
HCM1G600L00100001 PIN

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER (PIN)

ENGINE
ZX200, 225, 270 class M178-00-001

TYPE:
MFG. NO.:

M1HH-07-001
ZX330 class
MACHINE NUMBERS
TRAVEL MOTOR

TYPE:
MFG. NO.:

SWING MOTOR
M178-07-047

TYPE:
MFG. NO.:

ZX120, 180 class M175-00-002

ZX200, 225, 270 class M178-07-014

M1HH-07-002
ZX330 class
MACHINE NUMBERS
HYDRAULIC PUMP

TYPE:
MFG. NO.:

ZX120 class M175-00-003

M1F1-00-001
ZX180 calss

M157-00-004
ZX200, 225, 270 class

M1HH-07-003
ZX330 class
MACHINE NUMBERS
MEMO
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CONTENTS
MACHINE NUMBERS Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating........ S-26
Prevent Battery Explosions............................... S-27
SAFETY Service Air Conditioning System Safely............ S-27
Recognize Safety Information ............................. S-1 Handle Chemical Products Safely .................... S-28
Understand Signal Words ................................... S-1 Dispose of Waste Properly ............................... S-28
Follow Safety Instructions ................................... S-2
Prepare for Emergencies .................................... S-2 SAFETY SIGNS................................... S-29
Wear Protective Clothing .................................... S-3
Protect Against Noise.......................................... S-3 COMPONENTS NAME .......................... 1-1
Inspect Machine .................................................. S-3
General Precautions for Cab............................... S-4 OPERATOR’S STATION
Use Handholds and Steps................................... S-5 Cab Features .......................................................1-2
Adjust the Operator’s Seat .................................. S-5 Monitor Panel.......................................................1-4
Fasten Your Seat Belt ......................................... S-6 Coolant Temperature Gauge .......................1-5
Move and Operate Machine Safely ..................... S-6 Fuel Gauge ..................................................1-5
Handle Starting Aids Safely................................. S-6 Auto-Idle Indicator..........................................1-5
Operate Only from Operator’s Seat .................... S-7 Auto-Acceleration Indicator ...........................1-5
Jump Starting ...................................................... S-7 Fuel Level Indicator .......................................1-6
Keep Riders Off Machine .................................... S-7 Air Filter Restriction Indicator ........................1-6
Investigate Job Site Beforehand ......................... S-8 Overheat Indicator .........................................1-6
Protect Against Falling Stones and Debris.......... S-8 Engine Oil Pressure Indicator ........................1-6
Provide Signals for Jobs Involving Multiple Alternator Indicator ........................................1-7
Numbers of Machines ................................... S-9 Preheat Indicator ...........................................1-7
Confirm Direction of Machine to be Driven ......... S-9 Hydraulic Oil Filter Restriction Indicator
Drive Machine Safely......................................... S-10 (K Model) .................................................1-7
Avoid Injury from Rollaway Accidents ............... S-11 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), Display
Avoid Injury from Back-Over Selection Switch, Set Switch ...................1-8
and Swing Accidents ................................... S-12 Hour Meter..................................................... 1-8
Keep Person Clear from Working Area............. S-13 Trip Meter (Trip Meter 1 and Trip Meter 2) ....1-9
Never Position Bucket Over Anyone ................. S-13 Engine Speed ................................................1-9
Avoid Undercutting ............................................ S-13 Hydraulic Oil Temperature............................. 1-9
Avoid Tipping..................................................... S-14 Trip Meter Function .....................................1-10
Never Undercut a High Bank............................. S-14 Work Mode Switch ......................................1-12
Dig with Caution ................................................ S-15 Switch Panel ....................................................1-13
Operate with Caution......................................... S-15 Engine Control Dial......................................1-13
Avoid Power Lines............................................. S-15 Auto-Idle/Acceleration Selector ...................1-14
Object Handling................................................. S-16 Power Mode Switch .....................................1-15
Protect Against Flying Debris ............................ S-16 Travel Mode Switch .....................................1-15
Park Machine Safely ......................................... S-17 Work Light Switch........................................1-16
Handle Fluids Safely  Avoid Fires.................... S-17 Wiper/Washer Switch ..................................1-17
Practice Safe Maintenance ............................... S-18 Switch Panel (Optional) .....................................1-20
Warn Others of Service Work ........................... S-19 Key Switch .........................................................1-21
Support Machine Properly................................. S-19 Power Boost Switch ...........................................1-21
Stay Clear of Moving Parts................................ S-19 Horn Switch........................................................1-21
Prevent Parts from Flying ................................ S-20 Cigar Lighter ......................................................1-22
Store Attachments Safely.................................. S-20 Cab Light............................................................ 1-23
Prevent Burns.................................................... S-21 Installing Fire Extinguisher.................................1-23
Replace Rubber Hoses Periodically.................. S-21 Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever...............................1-24
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids............................... S-22 Engine Stop Knob ..............................................1-24
Prevent Fires ..................................................... S-23 Fuse Box............................................................ 1-25
Evacuating in Case of Fire ................................ S-24 Auto Air Conditioner (Optional) ..........................1-26
Beware of Exhaust Fumes ................................ S-24 Cab Heater Operation........................................1-29
Precautions for Welding and Grinding .............. S-25 Cooling Operation ..............................................1-30
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines ..... S-26 Defroster Operation ...........................................1-30
Avoid Applying Heat to Lines Containing Tips for Optimal Air Conditioner Usage .............1-31
Flammable Fluids........................................ S-26 Auto Air Conditioner (Optional) ..........................1-32
CONTENTS
Cab Heater Operation ....................................... 1-36 Attachment Pedal (Breaker) ................................5-3
Cooling Operation ............................................. 1-37 Attachment Pedal (Hydraulic Crusher) ................5-4
Defroster Operation........................................... 1-37 Pilot Control Shut-Off Lever.................................5-5
Tips for Optimal Air Conditioner Usage............. 1-39 Engine Speed Control..........................................5-8
Cab Heater (Optional) ....................................... 1-40 Auto-Idle...............................................................5-9
Cab Heater Operation ....................................... 1-41 Auto Acceleration...............................................5-10
Defroster Operation........................................... 1-42 Work Mode ........................................................5-12
AM/FM Radio Operation.................................... 1-43 Power Boost.......................................................5-12
Digital Clock Setting Procedure......................... 1-44 Power Mode.......................................................5-13
AM/FM Radio Operation.................................... 1-45 Precautions for Operation Using a Bucket ........5-14
Digital Clock Setting Procedure......................... 1-46 Precaustions for Operations ..............................5-15
Cab Door Release Lever................................... 1-47 Operate the Machine Safely ..............................5-16
Opening Upper Front Window........................... 1-47 Operating Backhoe ............................................5-17
Closing Upper Front Window ............................ 1-48 Grading Operation .............................................5-17
Removing and Storing Lower Face Shovel Operation ......................................5-18
Front Window.............................................. 1-49 Avoid Abusive Operation ...................................5-18
Opening Side Windows ..................................... 1-50 Operating Tips ...................................................5-19
Opening/Closing Overhead Window ................. 1-51 Select Correct Track Shoes...............................5-19
Emergency Exit ................................................. 1-52 Hydraulic Breaker and Hydraulic Crusher.......... 5-20
Adjusting the Seat ............................................. 1-53 Pipings for Breaker and Crusher ....................... 5-21
Adjusting Console Height .................................. 1-57 Secondary Relief Pressure Adjustment ............. 5-23
Seat Belt............................................................ 1-58 Precautions for Breaker Operation ....................5-24
Breaker Maintenance......................................... 5-27
BREAK-IN Precautions for Crusher Operation....................5-28
Observe Engine Operation Closely ..................... 2-1 Attachment.........................................................5-30
Every 8 Hours or Daily......................................... 2-1 Attachment Connection Parts ............................ 5-35
After the First 50 Hours ....................................... 2-1 Precaution for Arm Roll-In/Bucket Roll-In
After the First 100 Hours ..................................... 2-1 Combined Operation .................................. 5-36
When Installing an Attachment Longer
OPERATING THE ENGINE than Standard Bucket ..................................5-36
Inspect Machine Daily Before Starting ................ 3-1 Shackle Hole Usage ..........................................5-37
Before Starting Engine ........................................ 3-2 Overnight Storage Instructions .......................... 5-37
Starting The Engine in Ordinary Temperature .... 3-3 Emergency Boom Lowering Procedure .............5-38
Starting in Cold Weather ..................................... 3-4 Object Handling --- If Equipped ......................... 5-42
Check Instruments After Starting ........................ 3-5
Using Booster Batteries....................................... 3-6 TRANSPORTING
Stopping the Engine ............................................ 3-8 Transporting by Road ..........................................6-1
Loading/Unloading on a Trailer............................6-1
DRIVING THE MACHINE Machine Lifting Procedure ...................................6-5
Drive the Machine Carefully ................................ 4-1
Steering the Machine Using Pedals .................... 4-2 MAINTENANCE
Steering the Machine Using Levers .................... 4-3 Correct Maintenance
Travel Mode Switch............................................. 4-4 and Inspection Procedures............................ 7-1
Travel Alarm (Optional) ....................................... 4-4 Check the Hour Meter Regularly .........................7-2
Traveling.............................................................. 4-5 Use Correct Fuels and Lubricants .......................7-2
Operating on Soft Ground ................................... 4-6 Layout ................................................................. 7-3
Raise One Track Using Boom and Arm .............. 4-6 Maintenance Guide Table....................................7-4
Towing Machine a Short Distance....................... 4-7 Prepare Machine for Maintenance....................... 7-6
Operating in Water or Mud.................................. 4-8 Hood and Access Covers
Precautions for Traveling on Slopes ................... 4-9 (ZX120, 180 Class)........................................7-7
Parking the Machine on Slopes......................... 4-10 Hood and Access Covers
Parking the Machine.......................................... 4-10 (ZX200, 225, 270, 330 Class)........................7-8
Periodic Replacement of Parts ............................7-9
OPERATING THE MACHINE Maintenance Guide............................................7-10
Control Lever (ISO Pattern) ............................... 5-1 A. Greasing ....................................................7-15
Control Lever (HITACHI Pattern) ...................... 5-2 Front Joint Pins............................................7-15
CONTENTS
Swing Bearing ............................................. 7-18 Remove the Travel Levers ..........................7-78
Swing Internal Gear .................................... 7-19 Check and Replace Seat Belt .................... 7-78
Lubricator .................................................... 7-20 Check Windshield Washer Fluid Level........7-79
B. Engine ......................................................... 7-22 Check Track Sag.........................................7-80
Engine Oil Level .......................................... 7-22 Adjust Track Sag .........................................7-80
Change Engine Oil ...................................... 7-23 Loosen the Track.........................................7-81
Replace Engine Oil Filter ............................ 7-23 Tighten the Track.........................................7-81
C. Transmission ............................................. 7-25 Clean and Replace Air Conditioner
Pump Transmission .................................... 7-25 Filter.......................................................7-82
Swing Reduction Gear ................................ 7-26 Check the Air Conditioner............................ 7-84
Travel Reduction Gear ................................ 7-27 Clean Cab Floor...........................................7-85
D. Hydraulic System ........................................ 7-29 Check Injection Nozzle ................................7-86
Inspection and Maintenance Retighten Cylinder Head Bolt ...................... 7-86
of Hydraulic Equipment ......................... 7-29 Inspect and Adjust Valve Clearance............7-86
Replacement of Hydraulic Oil and Filter...... 7-31 Check Fuel Injection Timing ........................7-86
Check Hydraulic Oil Level ........................... 7-32 Measure Engine Compression
Drain Hydraulic Tank Sump ........................ 7-33 Pressure ................................................ 7-86
Change Hydraulic Oil .................................. 7-34 Check Starter and Alternator .......................7-86
Suction Filter Cleaning ................................ 7-34 Change Water Pump Grease ...................... 7-86
Replace Full-Flow Filter .............................. 7-37 Check Tightening Torque of Bolts
Replace Full-Flow Filter (K/L Model) ........... 7-38 and Nuts ................................................7-87
Replace Pilot Oil Filter................................. 7-39
Replace Air Breather Element..................... 7-41 MAINTENANCE UNDER SPECIAL
Check Hoses and Lines .............................. 7-42 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Service Recommendations for Maintenance Under Special
Hydraulic Fittings................................... 7-45 Environmental Conditions..............................9-1
E. Fuel System ................................................ 7-47
Drain Fuel Tank Sump ................................ 7-49 STORAGE
Check Water Separator .............................. 7-50 Storing the Machine ...........................................10-1
Replace Fuel Filter ...................................... 7-53 Removing the Machine from Storage ................10-2
Clean Feed Pump Strainer.......................... 7-54
Check Fuel Hoses....................................... 7-55 TROUBLESHOOTING
F. Air Cleaner .................................................. 7-56 Engine ...............................................................11-1
Clean the Air Cleaner Outer Element.......... 7-56 Electrical System ...............................................11-6
Replace the Air Cleaner Outer Mode Selection ..................................................11-8
and Inner Elements............................... 7-56 Control Levers ...................................................11-9
G. Cooling System ........................................... 7-59 Hydraulic System ...............................................11-9
Check Coolant Level ................................... 7-61
Check and Adjust Fan Belt Tension............ 7-62 SPECIFICATIONS
Change Coolant .......................................... 7-63 ZAXIS110, 110M
Clean Radiator Interior ................................ 7-63 Specifications .............................................12-1
Clean Radiator, Oil Cooler Core Working Ranges..........................................12-2
and Inter Cooler .................................... 7-64 Shoe Types and Applications ...................... 12-3
Clean Oil Cooler Front Screen .................... 7-64 Bucket Types
Clean Air Conditioner Condenser ............... 7-64 and Applications .................................... 12-4
Clean Inter Cooler Front Screen ................. 7-64 ZAXIS120, 130H
H. Electrical System ....................................... 7-65 Specifications .............................................12-5
Batteries ...................................................... 7-65 Working Ranges..........................................12-6
Replacing Fuses ......................................... 7-69 Shoe Types and Applications ...................... 12-7
Additional Fuse Box (Optional) ................... 7-70 Bucket Types and Applications ...................12-8
I. Miscellaneous ............................................ 7-71 ZAXIS130K
Check Bucket Teeth.................................... 7-71 Specifications .............................................12-9
Change Bucket .......................................... 7-75 Working Ranges........................................12-10
Convert Bucket Connection Into Shoe Types and Applications ....................12-11
Face Shovel .......................................... 7-76 Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-12
Adjust the Bucket Linkage .......................... 7-77
CONTENTS
ZAXIS130L Specifications ...........................................12-61
Specifications .......................................... 12-13 Working Ranges........................................12-62
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-14 Shoe Types and Applications ....................12-63
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-15 Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-64
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-16
ZAXIS160LC, 180LC, 180LCN OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND
Specifications .......................................... 12-17 DEVICES
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-18 Automatic Lubrication Device ............................ 13-1
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-19 Bucket Teeth (Transverse-Type-Pin
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-20 Used Type) ................................................13-4
ZAXIS200, 200LC, 210H, 210LCH River Maintenance Front-End Attachment.........13-5
Specifications .......................................... 12-22 Transportation....................................................13-7
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-23 Maintenance ......................................................13-8
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-24 Working Ranges ................................................13-9
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-26 Shoe Types and Applications ..........................13-10
ZAXIS210K, 210LCK Bucket Types and Applications........................13-13
Specifications .......................................... 12-27 Clamshell Bucket ............................................. 13-14
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-28 Clamshell Bucket Maintenance .......................13-14
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-29 Check the Clamshell Bucket............................13-15
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-30 Clamshell Bucket Specifications......................13-16
ZAXIS225USR, 225USRLC Blade Lever......................................................13-17
Specifications .......................................... 12-31 Precautions for Blade Operation......................13-17
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-32 Avoid Hitting Blade with Front-End
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-33 Attachment ................................................13-18
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-34 Avoid Hitting Blade with Bucket ....................... 13-18
ZAXIS225USRK, 225USRLCK Avoid Striking the Blade Into a Rock ............... 13-18
Specifications .......................................... 12-35 Blade Maintenance .......................................... 13-19
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-36 Specifications (ZAXIS110)...............................13-20
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-37 Working Ranges (ZAXIS110) ..........................13-21
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-38 Shoe Types and Applications (ZAXIS110) ...... 13-22
ZAXIS230, 230LC, 240H, 240LCH Specifications (ZAXIS120, ZX130H)................13-23
Specifications .......................................... 12-39 Working Ranges (ZAXIS120, ZX130H) .........13-24
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-40 Shoe Types and Applications
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-41 (ZAXIS120, ZAXIS130H)...........................13-25
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-43 Specifications (ZAXIS130L).............................13-26
ZAXIS240K, 240LCK Working Ranges (ZAXIS130L) ......................13-27
Specifications .......................................... 12-44 Shoe Types and Applications (ZAXIS130L) ....13-28
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-45 Offset Arm Front ..............................................13-29
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-46 Offset Direction and Working Range...............13-30
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-47 Precautions for Operating with the
ZAXIS270, 270LC Offset Function ..........................................13-31
Specifications .......................................... 12-48 Maintenance .................................................... 13-32
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-49 Specifications (ZAXIS110, 110M)....................13-33
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-50 Working Ranges (ZAXIS110, 110M) ...............13-34
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-51 Long Arm Operation .......................................13-35
ZAXIS330, 330LC, 350H, 350LCH Power Window.................................................13-36
Specifications .......................................... 12-52 Electronic Key Lock Operation Manual............ 13-38
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-53 Registration/Registration Cancellation of
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-54 Ordinary Operation Key .............................13-41
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-56 Additional Registration Procedure ...................13-42
ZAXIS350K, 350LCK Registration Cancellation Procedure ...............13-43
Specifications .......................................... 12-57
Working Ranges ....................................... 12-58 INDEX..............................................................14-1
Shoe Types and Applications.................... 12-59
Bucket Types and Applications ................. 12-60
ZAXIS370MTH
SAFETY
RECOGNIZE SAFETY INFORMATION

 These are the SAFETY ALERT SYMBOLS.

 When you see these symbols on your machine or in


this manual, be alert to the potential for personal in-
jury.
 Follow recommended precautions and safe operating
practices.

SA-688

001-E01A-0001

UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS

 On machine safety signs, signal words designating the


degree or level of hazard - DANGER, WARNING, or
CAUTION - are used with the safety alert symbol.

 DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation


which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious in-
jury.
 WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
 CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate
injury.
 DANGER or WARNING safety signs are located
near specific hazards. General precautions are listed
on CAUTION safety signs.
 Some safety signs don’t use any of the designated
signal words above after the safety alert symbol are
occasionally used on this machine. SA-1223

 CAUTION also calls attention to safety messages in this


manual.

 To avoid confusing machine protection with personal


safety messages, a signal word IMPORTANT indicates
a situation which, if not avoided, could result in damage
to the machine.

 NOTE indicates an additional explanation for an


element of information.

002-E01A-1223

S-1
SAFETY
FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

 Carefully read and follow all safety signs on the machine


and all safety messages in this manual.

 Safety signs should be installed, maintained and re-


placed when necessary.

 If a safety sign or this manual is damaged or missing,


order a replacement from your authorized dealer in
the same way you order other replacement parts (be
sure to state machine model and serial number when
ordering). SA-003

 Learn how to operate the machine and its controls cor-


rectly and safely.

 Allow only trained, qualified, authorized personnel to op-


erate the machine.

 Keep your machine in proper working condition.

 Unauthorized modifications of the machine may impair


its function and/or safety and affect machine life.

 The safety messages in this SAFETY chapter are in-


tended to illustrate basic safety procedures of machines.
However it is impossible for these safety messages to
cover every hazardous situation you may encounter. If
you have any questions, you should first consult your
supervisor and/or your authorized dealer before operat-
ing or performing maintenance work on the machine.
003-E01B-0003

PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES

 Be prepared if a fire starts or if an accident occurs.

 Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher on hand.


 Thoroughly read and understand the label attached on
the fire extinguisher to use it properly.
 To ensure that a fire-extinguisher can be always used
when necessary, check and service the
fire-extinguisher at the recommended intervals as
specified in the fire-extinguisher manual.
SA-437
 Establish emergency procedure guidelines to cope
with fires and accidents.
 Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance
service, hospital, and fire department posted near
your telephone.

004-E01A-0437

S-2
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