Still Fork Truck R70-40, R70-45, R70-50 Series: R7071, R7072, R7073 Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Still Fork Truck R70-40, R70-45, R70-50 Series: R7071, R7072, R7073 Operating and Maintenance Instructions

Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Still Fork Truck R70-40, R70-45, R70-50 Series.

Original factory manuals for Still Forklift Trucks, contains high quality images, circuit diagrams and instructions to help you to operate and repair your truck. All Manuals Printable and contains Searchable Text

Covered models:
R7071
R7072
R7073

Format: PDF, 335 Pages
Language: English

Contents:

1. Foreword
Your industrial truck
General
CE labelling
EC declaration of conformity in accordance with Machinery Directive
Information about documentation
Documentation scope
Issue date and currentness of manual
Copyright and proprietary rights
Explanation of information symbols used
Explanation of the cross-references
Definition of directions
Schematic views
Environmental considerations
Packaging
Disposal of units and batteries during repair work
2. Introduction
Use of truck
Proper usage
Proper use during towing
Impermissible use
Place of use
Using working platforms
Residual risk
Residual dangers, residual risks
Special risks associated with using the truck and attachments
Overview of hazards and countermeasures
Danger to employees
3. Safety
Definition of terms used for responsible persons
Operating company
Specialist
Specialist
Drivers
Essentials for safe operation
Insurance cover on company premises
Changes and retrofitting
Changes to the overhead guard and roof loads
Warning regarding non-original parts
Damage, defects and misuse of safety systems
Tyres
Medical equipment
Exercise caution when handling gas springs and accumulators
Safety inspections
Regular safety inspection of the truck
Checking the diesel engine emissions
Trucks with particle filters
Insulation testing
Safety regulations for handling consumables
Permissible consumables
Oils
Hydraulic fluid
Battery acid
Diesel fuel
Coolant
Disposal of consumables
Emissions
4. Overviews
General view
General view of driver’s compartment
Operating devices and display elements
Display operating unit
Multi-function display
Operating devices for hydraulic and drive functions
Multi-lever
Single mini-lever
Duplicate mini-lever
Three-way mini-lever
Four-way mini-lever
Joystick
Fingertip
Mini console
Identification points
Overview
Nameplate
Production number
StVZO (Road Traffic Licensing Regulations) information
Equipment
Standard equipment and variants
Attachments
Accessories
5. Operation
Checks and operations prior to commissioning
Visual inspections
Filling the washer system
Checking the condition of the wheels and tyres
Checking the engine oil level
Adjusting the MSG 20 driver’s seat
Adjusting the MSG 65/MSG 75 driver’s seat
Adjusting the armrest
Adjusting the joystick armrest (variant)
Adjusting the steering column
Start-up
Climbing on and off
Shelf and cup holder
Switching on the key switch
FleetManager PIN code (variant)
Operating the signal horn
Seat belt
Using the driver’s cab
Starting the engine
Checking function of brake system
Checking function of steering system
Testing the emergency off function
Setting the drive programs
Driving
Safety regulations when driving
Driveways
Selecting the drive direction
Actuating the drive direction switch, multiple-lever version
Actuating the drive direction switch, mini-lever version
Actuating the drive direction switch, joystick version
Actuate the drive direction switch, fingertip version
Actuating the drive direction switch, mini-console version
Starting drive mode
Starting drive mode, dual-pedal version (variant)
Operating the service brake
Parking brake
Applying the mechanical parking brake
Steering
Lifting
Lifting system variants
Lift mast versions
Malfunctions during lifting mode
Lifting system operating devices
Hydraulic blocking function
Multi-lever lifting system
Lifting system, single mini-lever
Lifting system, duplicate mini-lever
Lifting system, three-way mini-lever
Lifting system, four-way mini-lever
Joystick lifting system
Fingertip lifting system
Changing the fork arms
Fork extension (variant)
Operation with reversible fork arms (variant)
Working with loads
Safety regulations when handing loads
Before taking up load
Picking up loads
Danger area
Transporting pallets
Transport of swinging loads
Load pick up
Transporting loads
Setting down loads
Driving on ascending and descending slopes
Driving on lifts
Driving on loading bridges
Working with attachments
Fitting attachments
Depressurising the hydraulic system
General instructions for controlling attachments
Controlling attachments using multi-lever operation
Controlling attachments using multi-lever operation and the 5th function
Controlling attachments with the duplicate mini-lever
Controlling attachments using the duplicate mini-lever and the 5th function
Controlling attachments using a three-way mini-lever
Controlling attachments using the three-way mini-lever and the 5th function
Controlling attachments using a four-way mini-lever
Controlling attachments using the four-way mini-lever and the 5th function
Controlling attachments using the joystick
Controlling the attachments with fingertip
Controlling attachments with fingertip and the 5th function
Clamp locking mechanism (variant)
Taking up a load using attachments
Operating auxiliary equipment
Switching lighting on and off (special equipment)
Switching the rotating beacon on and off
Switching the hazard warning system on and off
Switching direction indicators on and off
Switching the double working spotlights on and off
Operating the windscreen wiper/washer
FleetManager (variant)
Accident recorder (variant)
Cruise control (variant)
Cab operation
Opening the cab door
Closing the cab door
Opening the side windows
Closing the side windows
Radio (variant)
Heating system (variant)
Trailer operation
Towed load
Manual tow coupling
Automatic tow coupling
Towing trailers
Operation of the display operating unit
Displays
Setting and changing the displays
Setting the date or time
Resetting the daily kilometres and daily operating hours
Setting the language
Configuring efficiency mode Blue-Q
Additional settings
Blue-Q efficiency mode
Functional description
Effects on additional consumers
Switching efficiency mode Blue-Q on and off
Fault displays
Diagram
Error code table
SEAT SWITCH message
SAFETY BELT message
AIR FILTER message
APPLY HANDBRAKE message
LOWER FORKS message
REFERENCE CYCLE message
ACCEL. SENSOR message
BRAKE SENSOR message
SURVEILLANCE message
MOT/GEN.-TEMP. message
STEERING message
OIL PRESSURE message
COOLANT LEVEL message
COOLANT TEMP, message
OVERHEATING message
EXH. GAS PURIFIER message
ALTERNATOR message
Operation in special operating situations
Transport
Towing
Crane loading
Jump starting
Behaviour in emergencies
Emergency Shutdown
Procedure if truck tips over
Emergency hammer
Emergency lowering
Disconnecting the battery
Refuelling
Filling up with diesel fuel
Shut-down
Parking the truck securely
Wheel chock (variant)
Shutting down and storing the truck
Returning to service after storage
6. Maintenance
General maintenance information
Qualifications of personnel
Information regarding performing maintenance
Intervals for maintenance and inspection
Ordering spare parts and wearing parts
Quality and quantity of the required operating materials
Diesel fuel
Maintenance data table
Safety instructions for maintenance
General information
Carrying out work on the hydraulic equipment
Working on electrical equipment
Safety devices
Set values
Raising and jacking up
Working at the front of the forklift truck
Cleaning
Cleaning the truck
Cleaning the electrical system
Clean load chains
Cleaning the windows
After washing
Providing access to maintenance points
Opening the bonnet
Removing/installing the bottom plate
Removing and installing the rear covering
Maintenance after first 50 operating hours
Maintenance during the break-in period
Maintenance as required
Cleaning the radiator and checking for leaks
Topping up the coolant and checking the coolant concentration
Drain the fuel filter of water
Changing the airfilter insert
Servicing the ETB particle filter
Maintaining Eberspacher particle filters
Lubricating the joints and controls
Checking the door latch
Maintaining the seat belt
Checking the driver’s seat
Servicing the automatic tow coupling
Servicing the wheels and tyres
Servicing the battery
Replacing fuses
Checking the hydraulic oil level
Checking the hydraulic system for leaks
Lubricating the lift mast and roller track
1000-hour maintenance /Annual maintenance
Other tasks
Checking the ribbed V-belt
Checking the exhaust gas system
Checking the double pedal
Check lift cylinders and connections for leaks
Checking the fork arms
Checking the reversible fork arms
3000-hour maintenance /Two-year maintenance
Work that must also be carried out
6000-hour maintenance
Work that must also be carried out
9000-hour maintenance /Five-year maintenance
Work that must also be carried out
7. Technical data
Dimensions
VDI datasheet
Wheels and tyres
Fuse assignment
Fuse assignment in main fuse holder
Fuse assignment special equipment
8. Circuit diagrams
Hydraulics
Hydraulic circuit diagram
Electrics
Legend for circuit diagrams

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