Linde Pallet Truck Type 140: T20R: SN 000148 and above Operating Instructions (User Manual)
Original Illustrated Factory Operating Instructions (User Manual) for Linde Pallet Truck Type 140.
Original factory manuals for Linde Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck
T20R: SN >= N000148
Format: PDF, 69 Pages
EC Declaration of conformity
Multifunction indicator description until 01/2009
Multifunction indicator description from 02/2009
Linking of screens.
Multifunction indicator adjustments until 01/2009.
Multifunction indicator adjustments from 02/2009.
Biometry option (from 07/2009).
Operation / Daily checks and maintenanc prior to operation
Safety rules .
Definition of terms related to safety .
Use of lubricants.
Periodical checks on the truck .
Advice for initial use .
Checks before initial operation.
Daily checks before use.
Parameterisation of the multifunction indicator.
Check the Forward/Reverse and raise/lower controls .
Checking the electrical steering.
Checking the safety braking .
Check emergency isolator.
Check the parking brake switch.
Checking the horn operation.
Check condition of battery charging.
Opening the battery cover with front outlet.
Opening the battery cover with side outlet.
Connecting/disconnecting the battery connector.
Recharging the battery with an external charger.
Checking the condition of cables, terminals and battery contact.
Removing/replacing the battery.
Changing front-end battery with the help of braces.
Changing the front-end battery with the help of a hoist.
Changing the side battery:
with the help of a roller stand.
with the help of a mobile support.
Instructions for use
Seat safety device
Rocker for the parking brake
Marking the travel direction
Direction of deflection in forward movement
Driving, Twin pedal control
Driving, Single pedal control
Operating the truck on ramps
Departure on ramps
Electric foot brake
Braking by reversing the direction of motion
LBC automatic braking
Picking up a load
Transporting a load
Before leaving the truck
Slinging the truck
Jacking the truck
Transporting and storing the truck
Checks and maintenance work after the first 50 hours of service*
Scheduled maintenance and inspection
Maintenance as required
Cleaning the truck
Cleaning the battery and battery compartment
Opening the motor cover
Remove floor plate
Removing the arm-rest
Remove instrument panel
Maintenance every 500 hours
Checking electrolyte level and topping up with water
Checking the electrolyte gravity
Checking the condition of cables, terminals and battery contact
Checking the security of wheels
Checking the condition of the wheels
Checking and cleaning the speed control fan
Lubricating the steering gears
Checking the tightness of hydraulic circuits
Checking the hydraulic oil level
Checking the condition and fixing the cables and electrical connections
Cleaning the electrical plate
Cleaning and checking the contact wear
Checking and replacing the traction motor brush if necessary
Checking and replacing the steering motor brush if necessary
Adjustment of electromagnetic brake
Maintenance every 1000 hours
Checking the mechanical fixing of components
Check hydraulic oil level of gear reducer
Maintenance every 2000 hours
Remove the motor pump unit
Replacing the hydraulic oil
Replacing the gear reducer oil
Electric diagram – indicator until 01/2009
Electric diagram – indicator from 02/2009