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SUMMARY

OWNEROWNER

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BACKHOEBACKHOE ANDAND SHOVEL-LOADERSHOVEL-LOADER SERIESSERIES 22 AFTERAFTER DELIVERYDELIVERY

FRONTFRONTFRONT ANDANDAND BACKBACKBACK MACHINEMACHINEMACHINE

11 VERIFICATIONVERIFICATION RIGHT,RIGHT, LEFTLEFT SIDE,SIDE,

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333 IDENTIFICATIONIDENTIFICATIONIDENTIFICATION NUMBERSNUMBERSNUMBERS MACHINEMACHINE COMPONENTSCOMPONENTS

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7,7, 88

SAFETYSAFETY // DECALSDECALS // HANDHAND SIGNALSSIGNALS 2222 SERIESSERIESSERIESSERIES SAFETYSAFETYSAFETYSAFETY FEATURESFEATURESFEATURESFEATURES

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9,9,9,9, 10101010 SAFETYSAFETYSAFETYSAFETY RULESRULESRULESRULES

1111 BEFOREBEFORE THETHE OPERATIONOPERATION

1212 MACHINEMACHINE OPERATIONOPERATION

1313 PARKINGPARKING MACHINEMACHINE

1515 BURNBURN PREVENTIONPREVENTION

1515 FIREFIRE PREVENTIONPREVENTION OROR EXPLOSIONEXPLOSION

MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE 1616

1717

MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE

WHEELSWHEELS ANDAND TIRESTIRES

1818 STRUCTURESTRUCTURE PROTECTIONPROTECTION AGAINSTAGAINST ROLLROLL

181818 MalleableMalleableMalleable CastCastCast IronIronIron

191919 SAFETYSAFETYSAFETY dECALSdECALSdECALS

 

2020 HANDHAND SIGNALSSIGNALS

 

29 INSTRUMENTS AND

CONTROLSCONTROLS

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DASHBOARDDASHBOARDDASHBOARD

33,33,33, 343434 STANDARDSTANDARDSTANDARD TRANSMISSIONTRANSMISSIONTRANSMISSION

CONTROLSCONTROLSCONTROLS

CONTROLSCONTROLSCONTROLS

363636 PowershiftPowershiftPowershift --- OPTIONALOPTIONALOPTIONAL PedalsPedalsPedals 383838

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CONTROLSCONTROLS FRONTFRONT CONSOLECONSOLE INSTRUMENTSINSTRUMENTSINSTRUMENTS ANDANDAND CONSOLECONSOLECONSOLE --- LEFTLEFTLEFT 46,46, 4848 OPTIONSOPTIONS ANDAND CABINCABIN ROPSROPS

PANELPANELPANEL CABINCABINCABIN ENVIRONMENTENVIRONMENTENVIRONMENT (IF(IF(IF EQUIPPED)EQUIPPED)EQUIPPED) 525252 CONTROLSCONTROLSCONTROLS loaderloaderloader 5555 CONTROLSCONTROLS BACKHOEBACKHOE 5858 BACKHOEBACKHOE CONTROLSCONTROLS WITHWITH ROTATINGROTATING PEDALPEDAL 5959 BACKHOEBACKHOE CONTROLSCONTROLS WITHWITH ROTATINGROTATING HANDLEHANDLE FORFOR CONTROLS EXTENSION ARM (EXCAVATOR WITH EXTENSION ARM) WITH ROTATING

PEDALPEDAL

(EXCAVATOR(EXCAVATOR WITHWITH EXTENSIONEXTENSION ARM)ARM) COMCOM WORKINGWORKING FORFOR LEVERLEVER

4343 CONTROLSCONTROLS

44,44,44, 45,45,45,

4949 CONTROLCONTROL

6060

6161 CONTROLSCONTROLS ARMARM EXTENSIONEXTENSION

AUXILIARYAUXILIARYAUXILIARY backhoesbackhoesbackhoes 636363

6666

SEATSEATSEAT BELTSBELTSBELTS

62 SYSTEM CONTROL FOR HYDRAULIC StandardStandardStandard seatseatseat 6767 SEATSEAT WITHWITH

SUSPENSIONSUSPENSION -- OPTIONALOPTIONAL

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LUXURYLUXURY SEATSEAT WITHWITH SUSPENSIONSUSPENSION ARAR

STORAGESTORAGESTORAGE ANDANDAND CONVENIENCECONVENIENCECONVENIENCE

BREAK-INBREAK-INBREAK-IN FORFORFOR AAA NEWNEWNEW MACHINEMACHINEMACHINE

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7070 OPTIONALOPTIONAL

767676 OPERATINGOPERATINGOPERATING INSTRUCTIONSINSTRUCTIONSINSTRUCTIONS

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777777 ENGINEENGINEENGINE OPERATIONOPERATIONOPERATION 7878 AIDAID FORFOR ENGINEENGINE STARTSTART

MACHINEMACHINE OPERATIONOPERATION

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PowershiftPowershift microprocessormicroprocessor (IF(IF EQUIPPED)EQUIPPED) MACHINEMACHINE OFOF AA FAULTYFAULTY TRAILERTRAILER

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OPERATIONOPERATION LOWLOW TEMPERATURESTEMPERATURES

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HIGHHIGH TEMPERATURETEMPERATURE OPERATIONOPERATION

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LOADINGLOADING OPERATIONOPERATION

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COUPLERCOUPLER HYDRAULICHYDRAULIC LOADERLOADER -- OPTIONALOPTIONAL

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BackhoeBackhoe OPERATIONOPERATION

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LOCKINGLOCKING KITSKITS ANTI-VANDALANTI-VANDAL

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WHEELSWHEELS // TIRESTIRES

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TABLESTABLES LUBRICATIONLUBRICATION // MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE

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GENERALGENERAL SAFETYSAFETY BEFOREBEFORE MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE

129129

HOURHOUR METERMETER MOTORMOTOR

129129

SAFETYSAFETY DEVICEDEVICE FORFOR LIFTINGLIFTING ARMSARMS OFOF LOADERLOADER

 

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FLUIDSFLUIDS ANDAND LUBRICANTSLUBRICANTS

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TABLETABLE LUBRICATIONLUBRICATION // MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE OFOF DOPINGDOPING ANALYSISANALYSIS PROGRAMPROGRAM

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132,132, 133133 SYSTEMGARDSYSTEMGARD

ENVIRONMENTENVIRONMENT

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LUBRICATIONLUBRICATION // FILTERSFILTERS // FLUIDSFLUIDS

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HOODHOOD ENGINEENGINE

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GreaseGrease fittingsfittings loaderloader

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GreaseGreaseGrease fittingsfittingsfittings BACKHOEBACKHOEBACKHOE

138138138 140140140 MACHINEMACHINEMACHINE greasegreasegrease fittingsfittingsfittings

 

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LEVELSLEVELS OFOF FLUIDFLUID

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ENGINEENGINE OILOIL RECOMMENDATIONSRECOMMENDATIONS

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SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONS ENGINEENGINE MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE 150150 AIRAIR FILTERFILTER SYSTEMSYSTEM ENGINEENGINE COOLINGCOOLING SYSTEMSYSTEM FUELFUEL SYSTEMSYSTEM (DIESEL)(DIESEL)

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160160

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HYDRAULICHYDRAULIC SYSTEMSYSTEM

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STREAMINGSTREAMING

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REARREAR AXLEAXLE

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TRACTIONTRACTION FRONTFRONT AXLEAXLE (4X4)(4X4)

CABINCABIN AIRAIR FILTERFILTER

MAINTENANCEMAINTENANCE ANDAND ADJUSTMENTSADJUSTMENTS

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SETTINGSETTING THETHE RETURN-A-EXCAVATIONRETURN-A-EXCAVATION LOADERLOADER

STARTINGSTARTINGSTARTING AAA COLDCOLDCOLD

SUMMARY

175175 ETHERETHER AIDAID FORFOR

176176176 REPLACINGREPLACINGREPLACING THETHETHE FANFANFAN DRIVEDRIVEDRIVE BELTBELTBELT

177177 PLASTICPLASTIC PARTSPARTS ANDAND RESINRESIN

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MUFFLERMUFFLER SPARKSPARK sUPPRESSORsUPPRESSOR (IF(IF EQUIPPED)EQUIPPED)

178178 SUSPENSIONSUSPENSION

CONTROLCONTROLCONTROL ACCACCACC

179179179 ARARAR CABINCABINCABIN OFOFOF CONDITIONINGCONDITIONINGCONDITIONING

180180 STRUCTURESTRUCTURE PROTECTIONPROTECTION AGAINSTAGAINST ROLLROLL

FIREFIRE EXTINGUISHINGEXTINGUISHING 181181

186186 ELECTRICALELECTRICAL SYSTEMSYSTEM

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BATTERYBATTERY

LAMPSLAMPS REPLACEMENTREPLACEMENT DASHBOARDDASHBOARD FUSEFUSE POWERPOWER TAKETAKE TOTO ACCESSORIESACCESSORIES

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MACHINEMACHINE EXTENDEDEXTENDED FREEZEFREEZE

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RETURNRETURN TOTO WORKWORK MACHINEMACHINE

SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONS

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ENGINEENGINE DATADATA -- NaturallyNaturally aspiratedaspirated

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ENGINEENGINE DATADATA -- TurbochargerTurbocharger

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TORQUESTORQUES OFOF BOLTSBOLTS

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PRESSURESPRESSURES OFOF MAINMAIN RELIEFRELIEF VALVESVALVES

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FORWARDFORWARD SPEEDSPEED

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OPERATINGOPERATING WEIGHTWEIGHT

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BUCKETSBUCKETS FORFOR LOADERLOADER BUCKETSBUCKETS FORFOR BackhoesBackhoes

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BASICBASIC machinemachine dimensionsdimensions OPERATINGOPERATING ANDAND DIMENSIONSDIMENSIONS OFOF LOADINGLOADING DATADATA

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DATADATA ANDAND DIMENSIONSDIMENSIONS OPERATINGOPERATING BACKHOEBACKHOE BackhoeBackhoe HIGHHIGH CAPACITYCAPACITY (4x2(4x2 DRIFT)DRIFT) 204204 206206 OPERATINGOPERATING DATADATA ANDAND DIMENSIONSDIMENSIONS extendahoeextendahoe 208208

202202

ARMARM CAPACITYCAPACITY EXTENSIONEXTENSION -- RETRACTEDRETRACTED ARM CAPACITY EXTENSION - EXTENDED

ARM CAPACITY EXTENSION - TRACTION 4x2

210210

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219-230 VERIFICATION AFTER DELIVERY

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DISPOSE OF BATTERIES

MANDATORY RECYCLING Return the used battery to the retailer at time of return.

As CONAMA resolution 257/99 of 30/06/99.

ALL CONSUMER / END USER ARE REQUIRED TO RETURN YOUR BATTERY USED FOR A POINT OF SALE. DO NOT DISPOSE OF IN THE TRASH.

THE SALES POINTS ARE REQUIRED TO ACCEPT THE RETURN OF YOUR BATTERY USED AS WELL AS store it in PROPER PLACE AND RETURN IT TO THE MANUFACTURER FOR RECYCLING.

Basic composition: Lead, dilute sulfuric acid and plastic
Basic composition: Lead, dilute sulfuric
acid and plastic

contact risk with the acidic solution and the lead:

The acid solution and lead contained in the battery is disposed

of in nature incorrectly can contaminate soil, sub-soil and

water. Consumption of contaminated water can cause high

blood pressure, anemia, depression, weakness, leg pain and

drowsiness. The contact of the acid solution with the eyes

causes chemical conjunctivitis and skin contact dermatitis.

In case of accidental contact with eyes or skin, wash immediately with water and seek medical advice.

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Backhoe loaders SERIES 2

BK97K204 Read this manual carefully before starting the engine or operate this machine. The instructions
BK97K204
Read this manual carefully before starting the engine or operate this machine. The instructions relating to
safety, operation and maintenance have been developed to allow repairs and safe operation of this machine.
See the detailed index at the end of this manual to locate items speci fi c on your machine.
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This manual provides essential information to keep your machine in good working condition, as well as security, con fi ability and durability.

Accessories and equipment available for use with this machine are designed for the purpose of earth movement in general, handling, excavation, drilling, etc. I certify that that the machine is appropriately equipped for the type of work to be performed.

DoDo notnot useuse thisthis machinemachine forfor anyany purposespurposes oror applicationsapplications thatthat areare notnot describeddescribed here.here. IfIf thethe machine is to be used in work involving the use of special accessories or equipment other than those approved by the Case Brazil & Cia, see your dealer Case or contact the Case Brazil & Cia. Anyone who fi zer modi fi unauthorized cations will accept responsibility the consequences.

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Before allowing a new operator to use this machine, certi fi than that:

1. He received the training necessary for proper and safe machine operation.

2. He read and fully understood the instructions in this manual. Always keep this manual in existing

storage compartment in the dashboard. I certify that that the manual is complete and in good

condition.condition. SeeSee youryour dealerdealer forfor CaseCase extrasextras oror inin otherother languageslanguages ​​manuals.​​manuals. THERETHERE ISIS ALSOALSO

AVAILABLEAVAILABLE ONON AA VIDEOVIDEO SECURITYSECURITY whichwhich cancan bebe purchasedpurchased fromfrom youryour dealerdealer Case.Case.

Your dealer Case is at your disposal for any information you need. It will also provide any after-sales service that you need, as well as original spare parts. Its quality assurance.

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POST-DELIVERY CHECK

I certify that that your dealer make the Veri fi cation post-delivery after the first 100 hours of machine operation.

NOTE:NOTE: TheThe costcost forfor thisthis inspectioninspection willwill correspondcorrespond toto fifi lters,lters, oiloil andand otherother accessories.accessories. IfIf thethe dealerdealer isis to you, there may also be a charge for time and distance.

RIGHT, LEFT, FRONT AND BACK MACHINE

The terms "right" and "left", "front" and "rear" when used in this manual indicate the right and left sides of the visas the operator's seat machine.

Backhoe

sides of the visas the operator's seat machine. Backhoe 1. LEFT SIDE 2. FRONT 3.3. RIGHTRIGHT

1. LEFT SIDE

2. FRONT

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IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS

Note the number of Identi fi cation Product (PIN) and engine serial numbers in the lines provided below. If

necessary, provide these numbers to his representative Case when you need parts or information on your

machine. Keep a record of these numbers and Manufacturer Statement of Origin in a safe place. If the

machine is stolen, report the numbers to the local police.

_MACHINE MODEL NUMBER

_PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER

ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER

_ROPS CAB

_TRANSMISSION

_REAR AXLE

_FRONT DRIVE AXLE

STANDARD LOADER BUCKET (Part Number)

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BP9410001
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ROPS

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front axle (4x4 Illustration)

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rear axle

BP9410003

BP97N040 front axle (4x4 Illustration) rear axle BP9410003 BP9410004 OWNER ROPS BK97K220 Manual Transmission (standard)

BP9410004

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ROPS

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BP9410002

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Bucket 4-in-1 loader (Part Number)

information OWNER Bucket 4-in-1 loader (Part Number) BP9410007 Backhoe bucket (Part Number) standard of loader

BP9410007

Backhoe bucket (Part Number)

standard of loader bucket (Part Number)

bucket (Part Number) standard of loader bucket (Part Number) BP9410006 TRIM THIS EDGE BP9410005 6 TRIM

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MACHINE COMPONENTS

9 3 4 10 2 6 7 1 5 8 BK97K202 1. SUPPORT COLUMN LIFT
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5. BACKHOE BUCKET

6. TANK OF FUEL AND STEPS

7. STANDARD BUCKET LOADER

8. ENGINE HOOD

9. CAB / ROPS

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MACHINE COMPONENTS

4 1 2 5 3 6 BK97K204 1. CONTROLS LOADER 2. THE LOADER LIFT ARMS
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3. STABILIZER

4. EXHAUST

5. HYDRAULIC TANK

6. Battery box

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SAFETY / DECALS / hand signals SERIES SAFETY FEATURES 2

7 4 5 6 5 2 3 4 8 1 BK97K202 STEPS 1. (each side)
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2. HOLD THE LEAD (AN ASIDE EACH)
3. STRUCTURE OF THE LOADER ARM SUPPORT
4. CONVERSION OF LIGHTS (1 on each side, front and rear)
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5. WORKING LIGHTS (4 at the rear, two on the front)

6. HEADLIGHTS FOR ROAD (1 EACH SIDE, IN FRONT)

7. WARNING LIGHTS FOR SLOW VEHICLES (1 EACH SIDE, FRONT AND REAR)

8. BRAKE LIGHTS (1 EACH SIDE, THE BACK)

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LIGHTS FOR SLOW VEHICLES (1 EACH SIDE, FRONT AND REAR) 8. BRAKE LIGHTS (1 EACH SIDE,

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DECALS SAFETY / HANDS SIGNS

2 SERIES SAFETY FEATURES

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DECALQUES

SAFETY / HAND SIGNALS

SECURITY RULES

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Most accidents involving the operation and maintenance of the machine can be avoided by following the safety rules and basic precautions. Read and understand all men- of this manual safety scapes and the machine's safety decals before it operational or servicing. See your authorized dealer Case if you have questions.

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BK97K167

Operator's Manual Storage

Safety messages in this section point to situations

which may be encountered during normal

operation and maintenance of your machine.

These mes- security gens also offer pos- LEVELS

ways to address these conditions. Additional

safety messages are USA- of the text of this

manual to indicate perils speci fi c.

READ THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY and certi fi

that that you know the charac- teristics relating to speed, stability, direction and operation of this machine. Do not remove the machine this manual. Look for your Case dealer for additional manuals.

ATTENTION

The safety information provided in this manual do not replace safety codes, insurance regulations, federal, state or local. Certi fi that- that the machine has the proper equip- ment required by the Regulations and local laws.

READ CAREFULLY traffic laws, reg- ulamentos and information contained in the Basic Manual of Traffic Safety prepared by ABETRAN, reference Case 148384A1, sent along with this manual. Requested cite the Basic Guide to transitional security located the Distributors Case network, if they do not receive it.

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DECALS SAFETY / HANDS SIGNS

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BEFORE THE OPERATION

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Do not wear loose clothing, long hair sol-tos or unprotected or jewelry.

Different jobs require different protective equipment. Items such as helmets, protective shoes, heavy gloves, vests re fl etores, masks for breathing and hearing protection may be required. Before starting work, determine what is the equip- ment of safety required. Use the equi- pment all the time.

Remove all loose objects from the cabin. Loose objects may hold the les controlled and cause accidents.

Before the match, every day, make a general inspection around the machine looking for fluids or oil leaks. Replace any broken or missing parts and make the lubrication and maintenance fi cations as shown in this manual. Clean any dirt or debris from the machine, especially the engine area.

Be prepared for emergencies. Always carry a kit first-socor- ros and a good fire extinguisher and know how to use each of them. Re fi ra to page 186 for inspection of the fire extinguisher, maintenance, etc.

Learn the hand signals used in your tra- balho. Follow the instructions given by leiro sina-, plates, etc. See pages 29-32.

I certify that that all the doors, pro- tions and covers are properly installed or closed.

foreign material or grease on the steps and handrail can cause accidents. Mante- nha the stairs and handrails clean.

To avoid this, always fi that facing the machine and use the handrail and steps to go up or down the machine. Do not hurry.

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1. HANDRAILS

2. STEPS

BK97K169

Certi fi that is everyone is away from the machine before starting the engine.

Before starting the engine, always adjust your seat belt.

Before operating at night, check that all the

lights come on.

A secondary output on machines with ca- bine is the door on the right. Lower pre without- the loader to the ground before leaving the machine.

The fumes from the exhaust can cause death. If you operate this machine in an enclosed area, certi fi that is the exist- ence of good ventilation for the occurrence of these exhaust fumes.

Know the rules, laws and safety equipment needed to transport this machine on streets or roads.

If your machine has cabin, certi fi that that all windows are clean and the windshield wipers are functioning properly nando.

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DECALQUES

SAFETY / HAND SIGNALS

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MACHINE OPERATION

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Check that all controls in iso lated area and certi fi that that the machine is operating correctly.

Do not allow passengers on the machine. Other people may fall or cause an accident. This is a machine for a single person with a single seat for the operator.

2. If you can eliminate the contact, reverse the opera- feed that caused the contact with high-voltage elec- tricity, and remove the danger area of ​​the machine. If you can not eliminated nar contact, fi to the machine until the power company cut the vessel delivery to the line and tell you that electricity was cut.

Dust, fog, smoke, etc., can de- minish your visibility and cause an accident. Stop the machine or slow down until the visibility is total in the area where you are working. I certify that that the machine lights are ON.

Contact with high voltage power lines,

underground cables, etc., can cause serious

injury or death by electrocution. Before driving or

operating in an area with cables or high voltage

lines, or a power plant, enter the ener- company

strategy or service that you will do it. You MUST

DISCONNECT THE POWER OR KEEP A SAFE

DISTANCE WORK lines, cables or power plant.

Keep complete machine at least

3. In extreme situation, for example, in case of fire, etc., is forced to leave the machine, do not leave it in the usual way. Jump as far as possible the machine with your feet together, and do not touch the floor with your hands.

4. Next, move away jumping with feet together to find yourself at a safe dis- cia machine and chain him- tric. Do not take big steps. Due to the differential voltage across the floor, one foot could fi car at a higher voltage than the other area. This differ- ence can cause death.

Do not operate the machine if you feel well. This can be dangerous for you and the people around.

4.6 m (15 feet) away from the source of the power. You should also be aware of security codes or rais or state fede- regulations applicable to your workplace.

If part of the machine contact with high voltage:

1. Tell other workers to NOT TOUCH THE MACHINE and stay away from her.

You should judge whether the weather conditions, road or soil allow safe operation on inclines or uneven ground.

Stay away from natural hazards such as ditches, slopes, etc. Walk through the work area looking for perils before starting work.

Be alert and always know the location of all the workers in your area. Keep all other complementary ly people away from your machine. The inob- servância these instructions can result in injury or death.

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DECALS SAFETY / HANDS SIGNS

Keep the bucket low loader to move the work area and be careful when lifting the load.

Operate the machine respecting their such capabilities and speci fi ed limits. The capacities for lifting, digging depths, etc. They are shown in Speci fi cations section of this manual.

Operate controls only when sen- Tado in the seat operator.

Digging through cables, pipes, lines, etc. underground can cause feri- ments or death. Learn the location of all underground hazards before operating your machine in an area.

When working in areas of heavy traffic, always make someone else to direct the traffic of vehicles and people. Be inventive tri security, warning signs, etc., as required for their work.

Stop operation of the machine if it fails. Check that the indicator and warning lights of the machine. Use your ears and your sense of smell to find abnormalities on your machine.

Drive around large objects such as large rocks or trees.

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PARKING MACHINETemplate Date: 1994_04_29 DECALQUES SAFETY / HAND SIGNALS ! • When parking the machine and before

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When parking the machine and before leaving the area of ​​the operator, pull or download always all accessories (load- Deira, backhoe, etc.) to the ground, activate the parking brake, stop the engine and remove the key.

Follow the instructions in this manual on "Machine Parking".

If you need to park the machine mo- ously on a slope, place the machine with the front facing the des- acidic. I certify that that the fi machine behind a fi xed object. Place blocks in front of each wheel on the side of the descent.

Always stay in front of the machine and use the handrail and steps when going up or down it. Do not rush and do not skip the machine.

BURN PREVENTIONup or down it. Do not rush and do not skip the machine. • The batteries

The batteries contain sulfuric acid, which can cause severe burns. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Antidote - EXTERNAL: Flush with water. INTERNAL: Drink large quantities of water or milk. Proceed with milk magné- sia, beaten egg or vegetable oil. Call a doctor immediately. EYES: Flush with water for 15 minutes and get prompt medical attention.

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When the battery electrolyte is con- cold, the battery can explode if (1) you try to charge it, or (2) if you try starting with auxiliary battery and start the engine. To prevent the electrolyte of the battery con- gel, keep the battery at full charge. If you do not follow these instructions, you and other people in the area can be injured.

hot coolant can splash out if the radiator cap is remo- too fast life. To remove the radiator cap, let cool cooling system, turn the cap to the first node, wait to relieve pressure and remove the cover.

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Sparks or flames can cause an explosion of the hydrogen gas existing in the battery. To prevent explosions do the following:

1. To disconnect the battery cables, des- connect the negative (-) first; connecting the battery cables, connect the negative (-) last.

2. When connecting cables auxiliary battery for use in starting the engine, use the procedure shown in this guide (see page 83).

3. Do not allow the battery terminals from short circuit with metal items.

If the fire extinguisher was used, recar- drizzle or

replace it before operating the machine. See page 186.

Remove any trash or debris from the machine as required. Check that, especially, the area of ​​the engine and the exhaust system.

If the machine is a leak of oil, fuel or hydraulic fl uid, always repair the leak and clean the area before operating.

Keep clean the cooling system and the level of correct cooling fl uid.

I certify that if that oil cloth or other materials in fl kind are not held in the machine.

4. Do not weld, esmerile, or smoke near the battery. Keep any flame distant from the battery.

Sparks originated by the electrical system or engine exhaust can cause an explosion or fire. Before operating the machine in an area with vapors or dust fl ammable, certi fi that that there is good ventilation to remove them before you start.

The engine fuel can cause explo- or fire. Do not fill the fuel tank with the engine running.

DO NOT smoke when refueling.

Use cleaning solvents in kind not fl to clean parts.

Fire may cause injury or death. Always have a incen- dios extinguisher near or on the machine. I certify that that the fire extinguisher has been serviced according to the manufacturer's instructions.

The starting fl uid (ether) may explode and cause injury or death. Do not inhale the vapors of the uid match fl. Use face shield when removing or installing the container that for starting fl uid or when utili- zar one fl uid starting aerosol. Use fl uid from which following the instruction manual pages 81 and 82.

Always remove the container fl uid starting the machine every time you give welded, esmirilar, or using a torch. Use compressed air to remove any area of ​​ether vapor.

Before making a weld or use a cutting torch on the machine, clean the area to be repaired.

Check if there are loose connections or worn spots in the electric system isolation. Repair or replace parts or loose fi ed dani.

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Before servicing the machine, place the label not operate in DIRECTORY tion. A Not Operate tag accompanies it to your new machine. Additional labeling, part number 147783A1, are avail- able at your dealer.

If you need to do maintenance on your machine with the engine running, ask for help from another person. Follow the instructions in this manual or service manual. Do not leave the driver's seat while the engine is running.

DO NOT REMOVE DO NOT THIS LABEL OPERATE See the other Reason: side CASE BRAZIL
DO NOT REMOVE
DO NOT
THIS LABEL
OPERATE
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Reason:
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CASE BRAZIL & CIA
CASE code:
Signature:
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147783A1

inadequate repairs or maintenance can cause injury or death. If you do not understand a maintenance procedure or adjustment, see the Service Manual for your machine or see your dealer Case.

Modi fi cations not authorized this machine can cause injury or death. Do not modi fi cations emasculated this machine. Always look your transferee con- Case before welding, cutting or drilling your machine. See page 19 for more information.

Disconnect the battery before working on the electrical system.

If you expose or contact with hazardous chemicals, you may be seriously injured. The fluids, lubricating fi plasticizers, paints, decals, fl uid coolant and cooling, used in its machine can be dangerous.

Leaflets with security information on the use of the material (MSDS) contain (1) information on the chemical composition of each product (2) procedures for safe use, (3) first-aid measures and (4) action to be taken when the product is spilled or released accidentally. Brochures with safety information for the use of the material (MSDS) are available from your dealer Case. Before providing maintenance to your machine, check that the MSDS - Safety leaflets - on each fl uid, lubrication-giving, etc., used in this machine. This information explains the risks and how to sustaining the machine safely. Observe this information when fi zer to sustaining the machine.

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Before paying maintenance to this machine and before disposing of fluids and Lu bri fi old sing, always remember the environment. Do not oil or fluids in the ground or in containers that can leak.

Check that with its environmental protection center or recycling or with your dealer Case the correct way to get rid of these materials.

To pay maintenance to the machine, always wear eye protection and face, safety boots and other protective items that are needed.

metal particles or fragments can cause eye injuries. Always wear eye protection or face when uti- Lizar a hammer on this machine. Use a hammer soft face like bronze, to install hardened pins.

Download the bucket or tool to the ground or block the movement of the machine before working on it. Follow the instructions in this manual when fi zer the maintenance of your machine.

Clean the machine regularly. The accumulation of grease, dust and debris can cause damage to elements or feri- machine. Keep your work area clean.

Before performing welding on the machine, un- plug

the battery ground (-).

Fluids such as gasoline, kerosene, diesel fuel, hydraulic oil, etc., contain chemicals that can endanger your health and cause cancer and / or birth defects. Contact either internal or external, can cause infection or other feri- ment. If there is internal or external contact, see IMMEDIATELY your Poison Center or doctor.

MAINTENANCE OF THE WHEELS AND TIREScontact, see IMMEDIATELY your Poison Center or doctor. ! • DO NOT weld on wheels or

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DO NOT weld on wheels or rims when installa- home a tire. The welding may cause an explosive

The explosive separation of the tire and / or rim parts may cause injury or death. When maintenance is required, uti- lize technical service quali fi ed in tires for both.

mixture of air / gas enter ignited at high temperatures. This may oc- rer with full or empty tires. The removal of air or seal breakage are not of adequate. The tire must be completely removed before welding the rim.

PROTECTION STRUCTURE ROLLThe tire must be completely removed before welding the rim. ! • modi fi not the

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modi fi not the ROPS in any way. Modi fi unauthorized cations such as welding work, holes, cuts and adding accessories can weaken the structure and reduce its pro- tection. Replace the ROPS if it has been rolling over or damage. Do not try to fix it

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Before welding, cutting or stick any part of the machine, which certi fi that the piece in question is not malleable cast iron. Consult your dealer if you are unsure if the part is malleable. Refer to the following fi shooting to identify the pieces of malleable cast iron.

Modi fi cations made unauthorized Malleable cast iron parts may cause injury or death. Welding, cutting or sticking these pieces can cause the breakage malleable. No weld, cut or puncture func- soft iron parts dido this machine conserved tar or attach items.

6 1 3 5 2 8 7 4 BK97K205 1. BOOM 2. DIRECTION OF JOINTS
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WARNING:WARNING: NotNot readread thethe safetysafety decalsdecals oror lacklack ofof anyany ofof themthem cancan resultresult inin injuryinjury oror death.death.

Replace qual- want decal is missing or damaged, and keep them all clean. Find your dealer to purchase new safety decals.

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I certify that that you read all safety decals and instruction. Veri- fi these decals every day before you start. Clean these decals if you can not read the words.

When cleaning the decals, use only a cloth, water and soap. Do not use solvent, gasoline, etc.

You should replace the decals dani fi ed, missing or illegible. If a decal is a part that should be replaced, which certi fi- that another decal is instal- ed in the new part. Look for your Case dealer for new decals.

The following pages show the decal and the location of the decal on the machine.

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BK97K164 1. 147699A1 147699A1
BK97K164
1. 147699A1
147699A1
show the decal and the location of the decal on the machine. 1 BK97K164 1. 147699A1

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1. 147112A1

BK97K209

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1. 147111A1

BP9710008

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1. 147114A1

BP9410008

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BP9410010

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BP9410009

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ROPS with seat units are suspended without (standard).

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1. 321-5754 - RIGHT SIDE

BP9410011

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2. 321-5754 - LEFT

BP9410012

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3. 147668A1

BK97K150

RIGHT SIDE BP9410011 1 2. 321-5754 - LEFT BP9410012 1 3. 147668A1 BK97K150 321-5754 147668A1 23

321-5754

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1. 124273A1

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BK97K150

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1. 148016A1

BK97M023

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1. 147671A1

BP9410014

2
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2. 147673A1

BP8410014

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standard backhoe

BK97K147

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1. 147672A1

BK97K147

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2. 321-5788 (ONE SIDE OF EACH)

BK97M025

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HAND SIGNALS

It is recommended that you use the flag and hand signals to communicate. Before you start, certi fi that that both understand the signals that will be used.

fi that that both understand the signals that will be used. Connect the Motor BI97D059 BP97D022

Connect the Motor

BI97D059

the signals that will be used. Connect the Motor BI97D059 BP97D022 Move around towards me Move

BP97D022

Move around towards me Move your hands back and forth (with palms inward).

me Move your hands back and forth (with palms inward). BP97D030 Move around this distance Stop

BP97D030

Move around this distance

(with palms inward). BP97D030 Move around this distance Stop the engine BI97D025 TRIM THIS EDGE keep

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Move your hands back and forth (with palms out).

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BP97D060

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BI97D034

Turn the machine Left - Rotate Load Left - To stop moving, stop

moving your hand and close your fist.

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BI97D-64

your fist. TRIM THIS EDGE Back to Loader Bucket BI97D-64 BI97D057 Suspend the spear Backhoe BI97D033

BI97D057

Suspend the spear Backhoe

to Loader Bucket BI97D-64 BI97D057 Suspend the spear Backhoe BI97D033 Turn the machine to Right -

BI97D033

Turn the machine to Right - turn the

Load to the Right - To stop moving, stop moving your hand and close your fist.

- To stop moving, stop moving your hand and close your fist. BI97D063 Download the Loader

BI97D063

Download the Loader Bucket

hand and close your fist. BI97D063 Download the Loader Bucket BP97D055 Lower the Boom Backhoe 30

BP97D055

Lower the Boom Backhoe

hand and close your fist. BI97D063 Download the Loader Bucket BP97D055 Lower the Boom Backhoe 30

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Stop -

BI97D029

Move one hand back and forth

/ HAND SIGNALS Stop - BI97D029 Move one hand back and forth BI97D028 Suspending or bucket

BI97D028

Suspending or bucket load

one hand back and forth BI97D028 Suspending or bucket load BI97D020 Suspend the bucket load or

BI97D020

Suspend the bucket load or Slowly

or bucket load BI97D020 Suspend the bucket load or Slowly BI97D021 Emergency Stop - Move both

BI97D021

Emergency Stop - Move both hand quickly back and forth.

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Lowering the load or bucket

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BI97D041

Move the arm of the backhoe to den-

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tro TRIM THIS EDGE BI97D054 Excavation with Bucket backhoe BP97K062 Extendahoe retractor arm (excavator with extendable

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Extendahoe retractor arm (excavator with extendable arm)

Extendahoe retractor arm (excavator with extendable arm) BI97D032 Move the backhoe arm out Bucket unloading Backhoe

BI97D032

Move the backhoe arm out

with extendable arm) BI97D032 Move the backhoe arm out Bucket unloading Backhoe BI97D031 BP97K063 Extendahoe

Bucket unloading

Backhoe

BI97D031

Move the backhoe arm out Bucket unloading Backhoe BI97D031 BP97K063 Extendahoe extender arm (excavator with extendable

BP97K063

Extendahoe extender arm (excavator with extendable arm)

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CAUTION: Examine the machine, veri fi cating it contains vazamen- tos, or any defective parts, or are not working properly. Before placing the machine in motion, tighten all caps, dipsticks oil, battery cover, etc. The failure of one piece with the machine in motion may cause accidents.

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CAUTION: If any decal is dirty, difficult or law- ture, clean it or replace it.

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CAUTION: Before operating this machine on the road, check that the local traffic regulations.

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WARNING: Before starting the engine, carefully read the safety information in this manual and all warnings on the security fi xed on the machine. I certify that that there are no other people in the work area. Before putting the machine in motion, try the various control you dispositi- the same, learning to use them with segu- certainty. Familiarize yourself with all operating instructions and machine maintenance as well as all rules and Regulations that apply to it. Manuals Operator and Service are available at your Authorized Reseller CASE

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CAUTION: Before each day's work, check that the steering and brake system, certi fi cation that are working cor- rectly. A machine that works properly can prevent acci- teeth. Before placing the machine in motion, which certi fi that were made all repairs and ajustagens.

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WARNING: Before starting the engine, check that the parking brake is applied and the gearbox commands are neutral.

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WARNING: Familiarize yourself with the location of underground facilities such as mains cables, water and gas pipes, etc. The rupture of a gas pipe or an electric cable can have serious or fatal consequences.

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CAUTION: Use proper safety equipment. Do not wear loose clothing that can fi car attached to the machine. If necessary, get other safety equipment. A pro- tection helmet, safety shoes, ear protectors, clothing re fl e tora, safety goggles and thick gloves are some examples.

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CAUTION: Understand that the machine can not perform all kinds of work. Always keep it under control. Do not move very fast machine.

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CAUTION: Familiarize yourself with the desktop.

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CAUTION: When using auxiliary batteries for starting the motor, connect the positive cable to the positive terminal of the starter solenoid. Connect the negative cable to the chassis of the machine. Before starting the engine, the operator must fi car ACO modado in his seat. Before leaving the machine, stop the engine and disconnect the auxiliary battery cables. Any other method may damage the machine.

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CAUTION: Before leaving the machine, STOP ENGINE. If the machine moving without the operator may cause a serious accident.

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WARNING: BE VERY CAREFUL IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE OPERATION OF THIS MACHINE.

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WARNING: Do not allow the presence of any other person in the machine, in addition to the operator.

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CAUTION: Before putting the machine into operation at night, check that all lights are working properly.

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WARNING: Drive the machine at a speed compatible with the existing conditions and the desktop. Be very careful when working on slopes. Do not move very fast machine.

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WARNING: Be careful when working in conditions of POE anger or smoke. If you do not have good visibility, reduce the march. Otherwise, it may cause an accident.

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WARNING: When driving the machine on difficult slopes, drive in reverse. On the descent drive the machine on the sea- cha forward position.

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CAUTION: Never put the machine in motion, when the seat is in the backhoe working position.

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CAUTION: Never drive the machine with the hopper filled to the maximum lifting height. Keep the bucket as low as possible. This position provides better balance and better visibi- ity. When driving the machine with a full hopper over rugged terrain, do it at a safe speed.

CAUTION: Before leaving the machine, lower implements or lock them with a block (block), and applies the brake stationary and chin.a full hopper over rugged terrain, do it at a safe speed. CAUTION: Familiarize yourself with

CAUTION: Familiarize yourself with the vehicle moving your desktop. Familiarize yourself with the instructions flag (flag). Getting to the road signaling (rais or without side boards and semaphores).

road signaling (rais or without side boards and semaphores). CAUTION: When driving on steep slopes the

CAUTION: When driving on steep slopes the engine, engaging a lower gear. Never drive on slopes with the exchange rate neutral. Otherwise, fi yams without the control of the machine and may result in the overturning of this.

fi yams without the control of the machine and may result in the overturning of this.

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DANGER: Do not allow any part of the machine comes in direct contact with the cables from the power grid. If you need to tra- balhar near electrical cables, certi fi that that the electricity company cut the. The!

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machine does not necessarily have to come into physical contact with an electrical cord to occur a passage of current. If there is current flow in the machine, do not leave the same, NOT TOUCH HER. See table below. !

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NOTE: IF THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS ARE LOWER THE REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE, prevail.

LOWER THE REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE, prevail. CAUTION: Under these circumstances, do not leave the
LOWER THE REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE STATE, prevail. CAUTION: Under these circumstances, do not leave the

CAUTION: Under these circumstances, do not leave the machine. This can result in serious injury.

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WARNING: Be very careful when stopping the machine. If the bucket or other implement are raised, the machine can capo- tar. I certify that that all movements are made suave- mind. The new operator must first operate the machine in an open area to become familiar with the functioning of same.

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CAUTION: Always be aware. I certify that that no other people in the work area.

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CAUTION: When driving the machine on the road, certi fi that that the brake pedals are locked together. There is a risk capo- ment, if triggered only one pedal with the machine at a speed greater than 8 km / h (5 mph).

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CAUTION: Always operate the machine and implements only from the driver's seat. Any other method may result in serious accident.

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WARNING: If the engine stops, or if there is a fault in the power steering system, stop the machine to avoid an acci- dent. It becomes very difficult for the operator to control the system from the direction of this machine if a failure of this type occur.

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WARNING: When working on a slope, position the machine so you can work with the backhoe turned to the side of the slope. Do not work at very steep slopes or when the machine is in a position to offer the operator sta- bility when moving or maneuvering the deira retroescava-.

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CAUTION: Before turning the boom of the backhoe to one side, certi fi that that area has su cient to traba- lhar. I certify that you do not have people on the path of the boom of the backhoe.

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CAUTION: When using the machine as Daste guin- not excessively rotate the boom to the side, which could result in overturning. Do not move the load very fast, because the machine may be haywire.

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the load very fast, because the machine may be haywire. ! CAUTION: The backhoe should be

CAUTION: The backhoe should be operated only when the operator is seated in his seat. Any other method may result in serious accident.

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CAUTION: After adjusting the seat, certi fi that is that it is well locked. Accidental displacement of the seat with the machine in motion could result in serious accident.

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WARNING: Never dig the soil below the backhoe stabilizers. This may cause the machine to fall accidental tally in the excavated hole.

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machine to fall accidental tally in the excavated hole. ! ! CAUTION: Record any problems encountered
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CAUTION: Record any problems encountered during the operation of the machine. Correct these defects. CAUTION: Before you leave the machine, proceed as follows: lower the implements to the ground; lock the parking brake; stop the engine; remove the ignition key.

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CAUTION: A good air circulation in the areas uti- lizadas for storage of batteries is required. This prevents the increase vol- lumétrico hydrogen gas from freshly charged batteries.

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POISON The batteries contain acid, causing serious mature quei-. If you accidentally spill acid on the skin, eyes or clothing, wash with water. Flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. CALL A DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE BATTERY.

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WARNING: When veri fi car battery power, never put objected metal tos on the terminals. Sparks may cause fire. Use a voltmeter or a hydrometer.

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WARNING: In the seat column there is a spring under pressure. If you must remove the seat post, do it slowly. Otherwise the spring may come

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DANGER: The batteries produce gas. I certify that to keep faís- cas, flames and lighted cigarettes away from the same. I certify that that has a good air circulation to charge a battery or when it is used indoors. When tra- balhando near batteries, wear safety glasses.

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CAUTION: Never press body metal ring or bracelet. This may cause current leakage in the ring or bracelet, causing electric shock.

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CAUTION: Before connecting or disconnecting a circuit, which certi fi that is familiar with it. A wrong connection may cause injury and damage.

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WARNING: Do not fill the machine while you are smoking, near flame, or with the engine running.

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CAUTION: When you are doing maintenance or repair services on the machine, or working with tools, wear safety glasses.

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CAUTION: Never perform maintenance on the machine with the engine running, unless the Operator's Manual or Service Manual to show how to do it. If you need to raise a imple- ment to perform the work, certi fi that that it is securely locked.

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CAUTION: Be very careful when disconnecting the cables cos hydraulics, in view of the high pressure system which can CAUSED car wounds. Release all pressure before working on the hydraulic system.

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CAUTION: The cooling system operates under high pressure. Remove the radiator cap slowly and only when the engine is cold; otherwise, they may cause severe burns.

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CAUTION: Lower always all implements to the ground, or catch them before doing any maintenance or adjustment.

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CAUTION: Do not make any repair service for which you are not qualified.

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any repair service for which you are not qualified. ! ! DANGER: exhaust fumes can be
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DANGER: exhaust fumes can be fatal. If you need to put the engine in an enclosure, certi fi that is to be a good air circulation.

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WARNING: The fan and belts when moving, can cause serious injury.

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WARNINGWARNINGWARNING LIGHTLIGHTLIGHT ENGINEENGINEENGINE OILOILOIL PRESSURE:PRESSURE:PRESSURE: ThisThisThis lightlightlight

Warning light if (1) the engine stops with the ignition switch in the ON position (connected), or (2) the engine oil pressure is low or is absent. Do not start the engine if the warning light is on.

absent. Do not start the engine if the warning light is on. 2.2.2. LIGHTLIGHTLIGHT PARKINGPARKINGPARKING

2.2.2. LIGHTLIGHTLIGHT PARKINGPARKINGPARKING BRAKEBRAKEBRAKE WARNING:WARNING:WARNING: ThisThisThis lightlightlight Warning light when the the ignition switch is ON and the parking brake is engaged. Transits to the brake engaged lays tioning of the machine.

Transits to the brake engaged lays tioning of the machine. 3.3.3. LIGHTLIGHTLIGHT AIRAIRAIR FILTERFILTERFILTER

3.3.3. LIGHTLIGHTLIGHT AIRAIRAIR FILTERFILTERFILTER RESTRICTIONRESTRICTIONRESTRICTION WARNING:WARNING:WARNING: ThisThisThis lightlightlight Warning light when (1) the ignition switch is in the START position (starting) or when (2) the air fi lter need maintenance.

4.4.4. OFOFOF ALTERNATORALTERNATORALTERNATOR WARNINGWARNINGWARNING LIGHT:LIGHT:LIGHT: ThisThisThis lightlightlight illuminatesilluminatesilluminates whenwhenwhen (1)(1)(1)

the engine is stopped with the ignition switch in the ON position, or when (2) the alternator is not charging the batteries.

5.5.5. LIGHTLIGHTLIGHT HYDRAULICHYDRAULICHYDRAULIC FILTERFILTERFILTER RESTRICTIONRESTRICTIONRESTRICTION WARNING:WARNING:WARNING: ItItIt isisis warning light illuminates when (1) the ignition switch is in posi- tion start (starting) or when (2) the hydraulic fi lter need main- tenance. The hydraulic fl uid should remain at operating temperature; refi ra- to page 163.

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6.6. SHAFTSHAFT OILOIL TEMPERATURETEMPERATURE WARNINGWARNING LIGHTLIGHT TRA-TRA-

Seiro:Seiro: ThisThis lightlight illuminatesilluminates whenwhen thethe temperaturetemperature ofof thethe rearrear axleaxle oiloil reachesreaches 137137 °° CC (305(305 °° F).F). TakeTake thethe necessarynecessary stepssteps toto reducereduce thethe temperaturetemperature untiluntil thethe lightlight failsfails toto light up. Re fi r to page 169.

7.7.7. TACHOMETER:TACHOMETER:TACHOMETER: TheTheThe tachometertachometertachometer showsshowsshows thethethe engineengineengine speedspeedspeed ininin revolutionsrevolutionsrevolutions perperper

minute (rpm). Each number on the meter equals 1000 rpm. Each space on the meter is equivalent to 200 rpm. It is recommended engine operation in the green area of ​​the meter.

8.8.8. ENGINEENGINEENGINE HOURHOURHOUR METER:METER:METER: TheTheThe hourhourhour metermetermeter showsshowsshows thethethe hourshourshours andandand tenthstenthstenths ofofof hourshourshours

engine operation.

9.9.9. OILOILOIL TEMPERATURETEMPERATURETEMPERATURE GAUGEGAUGEGAUGE (TORQUE(TORQUE(TORQUE CONVERTER):CONVERTER):CONVERTER): THETHETHE

normal temperature converter oil operation is in the green area of ​​the meter. When the meter pointer enters the red area, select a lower transmission speed. If the pointer remains in the red area, stop the machine, put the steering control in the NEUTRAL posi- tion and operate the engine at full throttle possible. If this pro- cedure does not result in the reduction of oil temperature, check that the oil level and determining the existence of obstructions in the radiator and oil cooler.

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10.10.10. VOLTMETER:VOLTMETER:VOLTMETER: ThisThisThis metermetermeter showsshowsshows thethethe batterybatterybattery status.status.status. TheTheThe statestatestate ofofof BATTER-BATTER-BATTER-

Ria is normal if the meter needle is in the green area of ​​the meter when the ignition key is in the ON position (on). If the gauge pointer is in the lower red zone, the battery charge is low, or the alternator is not charging. If the gauge pointer is in the upper red area, the alternator is overloaded. The battery can be damaged if you continue in this state.

NOTE:NOTE: WhenWhen thethe batterybattery conditioncondition isis goodgood andand thethe ignitionignition keykey isis turnedturned toto ON,ON, thethe metermeter pointer will be at the bottom of the green area. When starting the engine, the pointer will rise to the top of the green area, which will continue. If the meter pointer does not go up after giving starting the engine, check that the status of the battery / alternator.

engine, check that the status of the battery / alternator. 11.11.11. FUELFUELFUEL LEVELLEVELLEVEL METER:METER:METER:
engine, check that the status of the battery / alternator. 11.11.11. FUELFUELFUEL LEVELLEVELLEVEL METER:METER:METER:

11.11.11. FUELFUELFUEL LEVELLEVELLEVEL METER:METER:METER: ThisThisThis metermetermeter indicatesindicatesindicates thethethe quantityquantityquantity ity of remaining fuel in the tank.

12.12.12. METERMETERMETER WATERWATERWATER TEMPERATURE:TEMPERATURE:TEMPERATURE: ThisThisThis metermetermeter indicatesindicatesindicates thethethe tempera-tempera-tempera-

ture coolant in the engine cooling system. The coolant temperature is normal pointer when the meter is in the green area of ​​the gauge. If the meter needle is in the red area, stop the engine and check that the liquid level of arrefeci- ment or finds for debris in the radiator / oil cooler, or veri- fi that proper thermostat operation.

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1.1.1. LEVERLEVERLEVER STEERINGSTEERINGSTEERING CONTROL:CONTROL:CONTROL: ThisThisThis leverleverlever controlscontrolscontrols thethethe displacementdisplacementdisplacement directiondirectiondirection mentmentment ofofof thethethe machine.machine.machine. The center position is neutral. To move lift the lever and push it all the way forward. To reverse gear, lift the lever and pull it completely mind back. I certify that that the control lever is in the neutral position before starting the engine or before operating the backhoe.

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driver's seat to the position of opera- feed backhoe, put the DIRECTORY tion control lever and the transmission control in NEUTRAL and activate the parking brake.

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The electrical circuit of the steering control lever has an additional feature that allows the operator to drive the machine a short distance if the control lever towards receive intermittent signals that put the transmission in neutral. By placing on the direction of the control lever in the opposite direction of the desired travel direction, and then again in the desired direction, the transmission will engage for approxi- mately 5 seconds.

This procedure should be used only in an emergency when the unit should be moved to a safe place. Perform the maintenance services of the machine immediately.

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1.1. transmissiontransmission shiftshift1. transmissionlever:lever: TheThe transmissiontransmissionshift lever:hashasThegearsgearstransmissioninin synchronizedsynchronizedhas gearsfour-speed.four-speed.in synch YouYouYou cancancan switchswitchswitch tototo any range without stopping the machine. Press the clutch button on the transmission shift lever before changing gears. Release the button to engage the clutch after the gear shift.

NOTE:NOTE: ByBy switchingswitching toto aa slowerslower gait,gait, reducereduce traveltravel speedspeed beforebefore changingchanging gears.gears.

IMPORTANT:IMPORTANT: AlwaysAlways placeplace thethe transmissiontransmission inin NEUTRALNEUTRAL beforebefore operatingoperating thethe excavatorexcavator retro-.retro-

WARNING: ! driver's seat to backhoe operation position, attach the steering control lever and the

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! driver's seat to backhoe operation position, attach the steering control lever and the transmission control to NEUTRAL and activate the parking brake.

The uncontrolled movement of the machine can cause injury. Before turning the

WARNING: The uncontrolled movement of the machine can cause injury. Before turning the

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1.1.1. geargeargear selectionselectionselection controlcontrolcontrol lever:lever:lever: TurnTurnTurn thethethe controlcontrolcontrol leverleverlever handlehandlehandle tototo alignalignalign thethethe numbernumbernumber correspondingcorrespondingcorresponding tototo

each gear with the indicator mark on the lever. You can select another march without stopping the machine.

1st gear, forward and reverse (position 1) 2nd gear, forward and reverse (position 2) 3rd gear, forward (position 3) 4th speed, movement (position 4)

2.2.2. steeringsteeringsteering controlcontrolcontrol lever:lever:lever: ThisThisThis leverleverlever controlscontrolscontrols thethethe machinemachinemachine traveltraveltravel direction.direction.direction. TheTheThe centercentercenter positionpositionposition isisis

neutral. To advance 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th gear, lift the lever and push it all the way forward. To move in reverse for 1st or 2nd gear, lift the lever and pull it all the way back. I certify that that the direction of the control lever is in NEUTRAL before starting the engine or before operating the roescavadeira ret-.

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3.3.3. TransmissionTransmissionTransmission reductionreductionreduction switches:switches:switches: TheTheThe reductionreductionreduction ofofof thethethe transmissiontransmissiontransmission switchswitchswitch isisis utili-utili-utili- ZadoZadoZado tototo automatically switch from second into first gear to increase the strength of the excavation. There are two switches reduction. One is a button at the end of the gear selection lever of steering control. There are two other switch positions located in the temporary loader control lever handle. Press the button once to reduce the march of second gear to first. Press the button again to return to the second gear. If the button was pressed to stop down to first gear, change the forward direction to reverse the transmission will change to 2nd gear in reverse. Changing the reverse direction to advance change the transmission to the second forward gear.

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4.4. ControlControl // microprocessormicroprocessor displaydisplay ofof auomáticaauomática transmission:transmission: TheThe controlcontrol // displaydisplay isis asas follows:follows:

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The LED marked with the letter 'T' is yellow and is used to indicate test and failure modes. The LED marked with 'F' letter is see- Qu and turns on when the microprocessor is in control juste rea- position.

Once connected, the data display will auto- matically to

the driving position mode. Change the display information by pressing the 'M' button.

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microprocessor display the powershift transmission, re fi ra to the section "Instructions for Operation powershift" on page 87.

1. A DATA DISPLAY SCREEN WITH RED LED DIGITS WITH TWO SEVEN SEGMENTS.

2. A MODE SELECTION BUTTON MARKED WITH A 'M'.

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throttle to decrease engine speed.
4.4.4. PEDALPEDALPEDAL BRAKEBRAKEBRAKE RIGHT:RIGHT:RIGHT: ((( WithWithWith thethethe brakebrakebrake pedalpedalpedal locklocklock disengaged)disengaged)disengaged) PressPressPress thisthisthis
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pedal to turn the machine on the right.

5.5.5. PEDALPEDALPEDAL LEFTLEFTLEFT BRAKE:BRAKE:BRAKE: ((( WithWithWith thethethe brakebrakebrake pedalpedalpedal disengageddisengageddisengaged latch)latch)latch) PressPressPress

this pedal to turn the machine on the left.

6.6.6. LOCKLOCKLOCK BRAKEBRAKEBRAKE PEDAL:PEDAL:PEDAL: ReReRe fififi rarara tototo thethethe nextnextnext page.page.page.

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brake pedal lock

2 1 BK97K161 1. LOCK BRAKE PEDAL GEAR 2. LOCK BRAKE PEDAL disengaged TRIM THIS
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WARNING:WARNING: AlwaysAlways locklock brakebrake pedalspedals togethertogether beforebefore onon thethe roadroad oror operatingoperating inin 3rd3rd oror 4th4th

gear. Read the instructions in this guide on the brake pedals. You may cause an accident if it does not comply with the specified procedures.

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CONTROLS FRONT CONSOLE

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1. SWITCH HORN

BK97K167

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2

BK97K163

2. ARROW SWITCH CONVERSION

3 4
3 4

BK97K163

3. SWITCH CEILING LIGHT

4. SWITCH LIGHTS intermittent WARNING

1.1.1. HORN:HORN:HORN: presspresspress switch to actuate the horn.1.1.1. HORN:HORN:HORN:

presspresspress switch to actuate the horn. 2.2. ARROWARROW CONTROLCONTROL CONVERSION:CONVERSION:

2.2. ARROWARROW CONTROLCONTROL CONVERSION:CONVERSION: PressPress thethe leftleft

side of Yes-

two-position switch on the cake to signal a left turn. Press the right side of the two-position switch to sinali- zar a conversion right. Place the two-position switch in central position to neutralize signaling.

switch in central position to neutralize signaling. 3.3. LIGHTLIGHT SWITCHSWITCH CEILING:CEILING: PressPress

3.3. LIGHTLIGHT SWITCHSWITCH CEILING:CEILING: PressPress thethe switchswitch symbol

two positions to light up the ceiling. Press the opposite side of the interruption tor two positions to turn off the dome light.

interruption tor two positions to turn off the dome light. 4.4. LIGHTLIGHT SWITCHSWITCH INTERMITTENT WARNING: IN

4.4. LIGHTLIGHT SWITCHSWITCH

INTERMITTENT

WARNING:

IN

pres-

sione the symbol of the two-position switch to turn the lights intermittent try. Press the opposite side of the inter-operation switch two positions to turn off the flashing lights.

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OFF

AUXILIARY

HYDRAULIC

SWITCHED ON

1.1.1. SWITCHSWITCHSWITCH DIRECTIONDIRECTIONDIRECTION LIGHTS:LIGHTS:LIGHTS: PressPressPress thethethe interruptioninterruptioninterruption symbolsymbolsymbol tor of two positions to light the direction lights. Press the opposite side of the two-position switch to turn off the lights.

2.2.2. SWITCHSWITCHSWITCH OFOFOF HEADLAMP:HEADLAMP:HEADLAMP: PressPressPress thethethe interruptioninterruptioninterruption symbolsymbolsymbol tor of two positions to light the headlights. Press the opposite side of the two-position switch to turn off the re fl front etores.

3.3.3. SWITCHSWITCHSWITCH REARREARREAR LIGHTS:LIGHTS:LIGHTS: PressPressPress thethethe switchswitchswitch symbolsymbolsymbol two positions for lighting the rear lights. Press the opposite side of the two-position switch to turn the rear lights.

4.4.4. ROTATINGROTATINGROTATING BEACONBEACONBEACON SWITCHSWITCHSWITCH (if(if(if fitted):fitted):fitted): PressPressPress thethethe symbolsymbolsymbol

two-position switch to turn on the rotating beacon. Press the opposite side of the two-position switch to turn the rotating beacon.

5.5. HYDRAULICHYDRAULIC MANUALMANUAL AUXILIARYAUXILIARY ACCESSORYACCESSORY SWITCHSWITCH (if(if equipped):equipped): WhenWhen thethe lightlight switchswitch isis on,on, thethe auxiliaryauxiliary hydraulichydraulic backhoebackhoe attachmentattachment is on the fl ow LOW mode. When the light switch is OFF, the hydraulic excavator attachmentattachment auxiliaryauxiliary modemode isis inin flfl owow HIGH.HIGH. 5a.5a. DECALDECAL ACCESSORIESACCESSORIES HYDRAULICHYDRAULIC AUXILIARYAUXILIARY MANUAL:MANUAL: UseUse thisthis

decal necessary to determine the position of the auxiliary hydraulic accessory switch.

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Engine alarm and parking brake - Not shown

The alarm will sound if: (1) the engine oil pressure is low, (2) the temperature of the engine coolant is high, (3) the parking brake is engaged when moving the control lever direction to position FORWARD or REVERSE.

NOTE:NOTE: TheThe alarmalarm willwill soundsound ifif thethe directiondirection ofof thethe controlcontrol leverlever isis inin positionposition FORWARDFORWARD oror RUNRUN position AFT and the seat is rotated from the position of displaced camento to the operating position of the backhoe. Re fi r to page 54.

Alarm System seat switch - not shown

This alarm will sound when the operator rotate the seat of the scroll position to the operating position of the backhoe and leave the control lever engaged direction. A warning decal on the machine, the operator repeated with additional instructions for manual operation, requires the operator to take certain precautions before operating the backhoe. The seat switch alarm is an additional warning. This alarm will sound if the seat is rotated about 15 to 20 degrees from the straight position. For certi fi cation that the system is working, the operator must take into account that the alarm will also sound if the parking brake is engaged and the direction of the control lever is in forward position or reverse.

Veri fi cation procedure

1. The operator will be seated on the seat to shift position with the seat belt placed.

2. Start the engine.

3. Park the machine on a level surface in a clean area. I certify that that there are no other people in the area.

4. I certify that that the parking brake is OFF and the lever of the trans- mission is in NEUTRAL with the loader bucket on the floor.

5. Place your foot on the brake pedal and keep it on the pedal.

6. Move the control lever towards the forward position and rotate the seat mind approximately 15 to 20 degrees. The alarm will sound. Repeat the same procedure to REVERSE. The alarm and back-up alarm will sound. This will indicate whether the alarm system of the seat switch is working.

Another suggestion is to lower the outriggers and lift the rear wheels off the ground. If the machine has four-wheel drive, the front wheels will also need fi car off the ground to make sure that the machine will not move.

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CONTROLS ISLAND AND INSTRUMENTS - LEFT SIDE driving control (Ride Control) (if equipped)

The driving control is a device that improves the machine travel in all types of terrain, with empty or full hopper. The driving control will reduce the oscillating movement of dian- frontier and back during trans- port operations and cargo materials, allowing higher productivity and increased comfort for the operator. It also reduces the shocks suffered by the machine.

It also reduces the shocks suffered by the machine. 1. For engages it, lower the bucket

1. For engages it, lower the bucket of the loader to the floor level or close to it. Place the driving control switch in the on position (with the symbol down). The light

switch green light. There may be a slight

decrease or increase the loader arm when the

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1. DRIVING CONTROL SWITCH

BK97K150

2. DECAL DRIVING CONTROL WARNING

driving control is activated. To disengage it,

press the driving control switch to the off

position (symbol up). The green light tor

interruption goes out.

When the driving control is on the loader's

lowering of pressure is limited tada the weight of

the loader and attachment (the bucket). The

attachment of the weight of the load- Deira

(bucket) is hydraulically damped during transport,

which is a normal condition of the driver's control.

The driving control can not be used for accurate

leveling with the bucket loader during excavating

operation vadeira or when necessary precision in

placing the loader. Veri fi car to the driving control,

see the Service Manual.

Veri fi car to the driving control, see the Service Manual. 147757A1 ! WARNING:WARNING: IfIf thethe

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car to the driving control, see the Service Manual. 147757A1 ! WARNING:WARNING: IfIf thethe feedfeed controlcontrol
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WARNING:WARNING: IfIf thethe feedfeed controlcontrol isis

switched on, with the switch in the ON or ACC., The arms of the load- deira may be slightly higher or tilt due to the hydraulic accumulator.

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arms of the load- deira may be slightly higher or tilt due to the hydraulic accumulator.

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control switch for front axle 4-wheel drive (if equipped)

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BK97K153

1. SWITCH TO THE SHAFT OF TRACTION FRONT WHEELS IN 4

1. SWITCH TO THE SHAFT OF TRACTION FRONT WHEELS IN 4 1. Hitching up and disengages

1. Hitching up and disengages from the axis of the front wheel with a two-position switch. For tar enga- the axis of the traction

dian-

frontier, press the two-position switch symbol. To disengage the axis of the front wheel, press the opposite side of the

two-position switch.

NOTE:NOTE: WhenWhen thethe axisaxis ofof thethe frontfront wheelwheel drivedrive isis engaged, the engine operates only on the first or second gear. It is recommended to disengage the axis of the front wheel before operating the machine on a hard surface or the third or fourth gear.

hydraulic coupling of the loader switch (if equipped)

1
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BK97K150

2. COUPLER SWITCH HYDRAULIC

1. To pull back tar or loose the locking pins of the hydraulic coupler, press and hold inter-operation switch the coupler hidráu-switch (if equipped) 1 BK97K150 2. COUPLER SWITCH HYDRAULIC acid. By releasing the switch, the locking

acid. By releasing the switch, the locking pins of the hydraulic coupler back- Ram the locking position.

IMPORTANT:IMPORTANT: IfIf thethe pinspins dodo notnot returnreturn toto thethe LOCK position, DO NOT operate the coupling until it is veri fi ed and performed maintenance.

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BK97K148

1. BUTTON FOR STARTING A COLD (IF EQUIPPED)

2. ACCELERATOR MANUAL

3. KEY IGNITION

1.1. ColdCold startstart buttonbutton (if(if equi-equi-

pada):pada): ReRe rara isis fifi DepartureDeparture coldcold sectionsection onon page 82 for the correct procedure to be followed for the use of cold start button.

2.2.2. handhandhand throttle:throttle:throttle: MoveMoveMove thethethe throttlethrottlethrottle manual toward the front of the machine to increase the motor speed. Pull the hand throttle back to decrease engine speed.

3.3.3. IgnitionIgnitionIgnition key:key:key: TheTheThe ignitionignitionignition keykeykey

It has four positions:

THE.THE.THE. ACCACCACC --- TurnTurnTurn thethethe keykeykey counterclockwisecounterclockwisecounterclockwise

Time to ACC to power accessories.

B.B.B. SWITCHEDSWITCHEDSWITCHED ONONON --- TurnTurnTurn thethethe keykeykey clockwiseclockwiseclockwise tototo the ON position (ON). Before starting the engine, veri fi- that the state of advertên- cia lights of the engine oil pressure and alternator. Use the voltmeter to veri fi car

of the state (s) Battery (s).

W.W.W. MATCHMATCHMATCH --- TurnTurnTurn thethethe keykeykey fullyfullyfully clockwiseclockwiseclockwise tototo

the START position (START) to activate the starter motor. When the engine starts, release the key. The key will automatically return to the ON position (ON).

NOTE:NOTE: InIn STARTSTART (START)(START) maymay alsoalso veriveri fifi eded thethe status of the warning lights for the air fi lter and fi lter hydraulic.

D.D.D. OFFOFFOFF --- ToToTo turnturnturn offoffoff thethethe engine,engine,engine, turn the key to the OFF position (OFF). When the engine is off, remove the key.

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backhoe, use the hand throttle to control engine speed. The use of the hand throttle to any other type of operation may result in an accident.

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OPTIONS AND CABIN ROPS

Optional ROPS cabin and include the following:

A. Radio Kit

B. Washer Windshield

Sun visor C.

D. interior luxury

E. Noise Reduction Kit

Optional kit for radio

The kit includes radio radio cassette, fi a- tion, speakers and antenna. The radio is not included.

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BK97K149

1. LOCATION OF RADIO DRAWER

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The optional kit washer windshield and rear window

The controls of washer dian- TION windshield and rear window are located on the climate control panel in the right column of the cabin.

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BK97K227 1. CONTROL BUTTON GLASSES WASHER When you press this side of the button, a
BK97K227
1.
CONTROL BUTTON GLASSES WASHER
When you press this side of the
button, a loca- nozzle lizado the
hood spray fl uid washing the
front glass.
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Pressing this button side of a loca- lizado nozzle above the center of the rear window fl uid spraying washing the rear window.

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BK97K162

3. WASHING FLUID NOZZLE FOR BUMPER

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BK97K193

2. WASHING FLUID NOZZLE FOR WINDSHIELD

BK97K162 3. WASHING FLUID NOZZLE FOR BUMPER 1 BK97K193 2. WASHING FLUID NOZZLE FOR WINDSHIELD 50

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Optional kit sun visor machines with cabin

The sun visor fits a number of positions to accommodate the various seat positions as well as the different charac- teristics of the operators.

as well as the different charac- teristics of the operators. BK97K172 BK97K173 When not in use,

BK97K172

the different charac- teristics of the operators. BK97K172 BK97K173 When not in use, the sun visor

BK97K173

When not in use, the sun visor fi c guarded against the lining of the ceiling.

sun visor fi c guarded against the lining of the ceiling. BK97K174 Machines with ROPS As

BK97K174

Machines with ROPS

As the sun visor in the cabin machines, this visor is also adjusted to various positions.

machines, this visor is also adjusted to various positions. BK97K218 When not in use, the sun

BK97K218

When not in use, the sun visor is stored leaning against the roof of the
When not in use, the sun visor is stored leaning
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CONTROL PANEL CABIN ENVIRONMENT (IF EQUIPPED)

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INSTRUMENTS CONTROL PANEL CABIN ENVIRONMENT (IF EQUIPPED) 1 1. CONTROL PANEL CABIN ENVIRONMENT 5 1 4

1. CONTROL PANEL CABIN ENVIRONMENT

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BK97K227

1. GLASS WASH BUTTON (IF EQUIPPED)

2. WINDSHIELD WIPER SWITCH