Linde Forklift Truck H-Series Type 1402: H180, 200, H220, H250, H280, H300, H320 Operating Instructions

Linde Forklift Truck H-Series Type 1402: H180, 200, H220, H250, H280, H300, H320 Operating Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Forklift Truck H-Series Type 1402.

Original factory manuals for Linde Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck

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Format: PDF, 222 Pages, Printable
Language: English


1. Introduction
Your Linde truck
Technical description
Intended use
Improper use
Symbols used
Truck Takeover
EC declaration of conformity
2. Safety
Safety Rules
Safety Rules
Handling Fuel, Lubricants and Coolant
Residual risks
Frequency characteristic for human body vibrations
Frequency characteristic for human body vibrations
Noise emission data
Noise emission data
3. Overview
General view of Truck
Type Plates
Controls and Indicators
Controls and indicators
Instruments and switches
4. Operation
Truck access -doors and covers
Beginning operation
Opening the right hand side window
Engine Access
Service station
Isolating the batteries
Opening the fuse box cover
Emergency exit
Checks and tasks
Checking the fuel
Engine oil level check
Checking the coolant level
Transmission oil level check
Hydraulic system: oil level check
Tyres -check condition and pressure
Fillingthe windscreen washer bottle
Adjusting the driver’s seat
Cab interior light
Starting and stopping the engine
Starting the engine
Truck status display
Truck status display
Malfunctions during operation
Emergency Shutdown
Overload safety switch
Braking system
Service brake
Parking brake
Truck lighting and turn indicators
Hazard warning lights*, Turn indicators lights*, Horn
Road lights & Working lights*
Washers and wipers
Windscreen wipers*
Ventilation and heating
Heater, Climate control
Operating the truck
Before lifting a load
Lifting a load
Lift slow down
Travelling with load
Depositing the load
Before leaving the truck unattended
Control levers (joysticks)
Installation of additional equipment
Operating optional attachments
Mast, lifting device and attachment controls
Mast, lifting device and attachment controls
Trailer coupling
Trailer coupling
Wheel change
Location of jacks when changing wheels
5. Maintenance
General remarks
Wheel removal drive axle
Wheel removal steer axle
Wheel assembly inspection
Wheel refitting drive axle
Wheel refitting steer axle
Examples of restraining devices
General information
Inspection and maintenance data
Fuel and oil recommendations
Diesel fuel
Hoistingthe truck
Measures before taking the truck out of operation
Putting the truck back into operation
Truck welds inspection
Inspection and maintenance schedule
As required service plan
First 50 hours service plan
500 h service plan
1 000 h service plan
2000 h Service plan
3000 h service plan
5000 h service plan
6000 h service plan
Engine oil level check
Change the engine oil (every 12 months minimum)
Clean the fuel filter
Change the fuel pre-filter with water monitor
Change the fuel filter
Check the condition of the drive belt
Check the cooling fan belt tensioner
Check the engine mounting for condition and security
Check intake and exhaust systems for leaks and security
Check the fuel tank breather filter
Check the air filter
Air filter element -renew
Safety element – renew
Checking the coolant level
Check coolant strength
Renew engine coolant
Clean the radiator and oil cooler, check for leaks
Check the turbocharger
Check the vibration damper
Check valve clearances
Transmission oil level check
Change the transmission oil
Check transmission mountings
Chassis bodywork and fittings
Clean the truck
Check seat belt for condition and correct operation*
Check the cab mountings
Check the tyres for damage and foreign objects
Tighten the wheel nuts
Chassis frame
Truck welds inspection
Clean and lubricate the steer axle
Checks – various
Check the parking brake for proper operation
Brake control mechanism
Emergency shutdown – check
Check the battery /batteries
Check electric cables, connectors and connections for condition and tightness
Stored hydraulic energy
Breather filters -replace
Check the hydraulic tank breather filter
Check the brake tank breather filter
Hydraulic system: oil level check
Check the hydraulic system, pumps, valves and lines
Renew the main hydraulic system oil return line filters
Renew hydraulic oil of working hydraulic system
Renew hydraulic oil of brake system
Load lift system
Lubricate the mast and tilt cylinder pivots
Lubricate fork carriage cylinder bearings
Check and adjust mast chains, lubricate with chain spray
Check the tension of double hoses
Renewing the lift chains (at least every 6000h, 3 years and when 3 stretch has been attained)
Special equipment, accessories
Check the central lubrication* lubricating points
Fill central lubrication* canister with grease
Troubleshooting guide (Diesel engine)
Troubleshooting guide (Hydraulic system)
User manualfeedback
User manual improvement record

6. Technical data
Technical Data
7. Circuit diagrams
Electrical circuit diagrams
Electrical circuit drawing
Hydraulic circuit diagram
Hydraulic circuit drawing