1 SE-Rev B Dealer Manual Handbok för återförsäljare HR 9016 Turbo Rotary Mower HR 9016 Turbo Rotorklippare Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD* Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD with ROPS Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD EC with ROPS Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD EC* Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD* Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD med ROPS (vältskydd) Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD EC med ROPS (vältskydd) Kubota V3800DICR-T-E3B, 4WD EC* *- These units must have a certified ROPS/cab installed by the Dealer before the mower can be put into service and registered for warranty coverage. *- Dessa enheter måste ha en ROPS/hytt installerad av återförsäljaren innan gräsklipparen kan tas i bruk och garantiregistreras. WARNING WARNING: If incorrectly used this machine can cause severe injury. Those who use and maintain this machine should be trained in its proper use, warned of its dangers and should read the entire manual before attempting to set up, operate, adjust or service the machine. VARNING VARNING: Om maskinen inte används på korrekt sätt kan den orsaka allvarliga skador. De som använder och sköter den här maskinen måste få utbildning om korrekt användning och varnas om farorna. Vidare måste de läsa hela förarhandboken innan de försöker ställa in, använda, justera eller underhålla maskinen. SE Sweden When Performance Matters.
2 FOREWORD This manual contains safety and operating instructions for your new Jacobsen machine. This manual should be stored with the equipment for reference during operation. Before you operate your machine, you and each operator you employ should read the manual carefully in its entirety. By following the safety, operating, and maintenance instructions, you will prolong the life of your equipment, and maintain its maximum efficiency. If additional information is needed, contact your Jacobsen Dealer. The serial plate is located on the frame rail behind the fuel tank. Jacobsen recommends you record these numbers below for easy reference. CHARLOTTE, NC CHARLOTTE, NC YEAR OF PRODUCTION: A Textron Company PRODUCT OF U.S.A. A Textron Company MADE IN U.S.A. SAFETY 1.1 How to Operate Safely Important Safety Notes CONTROLS 2.1 Icons Controls Instrument Panel Operator Alerts SET-UP 3.1General Initial Assembly Front Deck Front Lift Limit Switch Initial Inspection Operating Checks Interlock System Traction Pedal Speed Limiter ADJUSTMENTS 4.1 General Leveling Decks Servicing Front Deck Winglet Adjustment Cutting Height Lift Limit Switches Neutral Adjustment Neutral Sensing Switch Forward Sensing Switch Parking Brake Parking Brake Traction Pedal Steering Toe-In Steering Stop Bolts Torque Specification LUBRICATION CHART 5.1 Lubrication Chart TROUBLESHOOTING 6.1 General NOTES PRE-DELIVERY CHECKLIST These are the original instructions verified by Jacobsen, A Textron Company. 2012, Jacobsen, A Textron Company/Textron Innovations Inc. All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this material or portions thereof in any form. Proposition 65 Warning This product contains or emits chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. en-1 LITHO IN U.S.A
3 SAFETY 1 1 SAFETY 1.1 HOW TO OPERATE SAFELY WARNING EQUIPMENT OPERATED INCORRECTLY OR WITHOUT TRAINING CAN BE DANGEROUS. Know the location and correct operation of controls. Operators without experience must receive instruction from another person that knows the correct operation of the equipment before you operate the mower. Only use parts, accessories and attachments approved by Jacobsen SAFE OPERATION a a b c Read the Operator s Manual and other training material. If the operator or technician can not read this manual, the owner is responsible to describe this material to the operators and technicians. Manuals in additional languages may be available on the Jacobsen or RansomesJacobsen website. Read all of the instructions for this mower carefully. Know the controls and the correct operation of the equipment. Children or persons who do not understand these instructions must not use the mower. The local regulations can limit the age of the operator. Never use a mower near persons, including children or animals. d Remember that the operator or owner is responsible for accidents or hazards that occur to other persons or their property. e f g Never carry passengers. Never allow persons to operate or service the mower or its attachments without correct instructions. Do not operate equipment while tired, sick or after you use alcohol or drugs PREPARATION a b c When you operate the mower, wear correct clothing, slip resistant work shoes or boots, work gloves, hard hat, safety glasses and hearing protection. Long hair, loose clothing or jewelry can be caught in moving parts. Do not operate the equipment with the Interlock System disconnected or the system does not operate correctly. Do not disconnect or prevent the operation of any switch. Never operate equipment that is not in correct order or without decals, guards, shields, deflectors or other protective devices fastened. d e f g h i Inspect the mower before you operate the mower. Check the tire pressure, engine oil level, the radiator coolant level and the air cleaner indicator. Fuel is flammable. Use caution when you add the fuel to the mower. Operate the mower in daylight or in good artificial light. Use caution when you operate the mower during bad weather. Never operate the mower with lightning in the area. Inspect the area to select the accessories and attachments that are needed to correctly and safely do the job. Only use parts, accessories and attachments approved by Jacobsen. Be careful of holes in the terrain and other hazards that are not visible. Inspect the area where the equipment is operated. Remove all objects you can find before you operate. Be careful of obstructions above the ground (low tree limbs, electrical wires) and also underground obstacles (sprinklers, pipes, tree roots). Enter a new area carefully. Look for possible hazards. Inspect the cutting system before you start the mower. Make sure the blades are free to rotate. When you rotate one blade, other blades can rotate OPERATION a Never operate the engine without enough ventilation or in an enclosed area. The carbon monoxide in the exhaust fumes can increase to dangerous levels. b c d e Never carry passengers. Keep other persons or animals away from the mower. Disengage all drives and engage the parking brake before you start the engine. Only start the engine with the operator in the seat. Never start the engine with persons near the mower. Keep your legs, arms and body inside the operator compartment while the mower is in operation. Keep your hands and feet away from the cutting units. Do not use on the slopes greater than the safe slope limit for the equipment. en-2
4 1 SAFETY f To guard against over turning or loss of control: Operate the mower up and down on the face of slopes (vertically), but not across the face (horizontally). Do not start or stop suddenly on slopes. Decrease the speed when you operate on slopes or when you must turn. Use caution when you change direction. Turf condition can change the mower stability. Use caution when you operate the mower near drop-offs, ditches or embankments. Be careful of holes in the terrain and other hazards that are not visible. g h i j k l m n o When you drive in the reverse direction, look behind you and down to make sure the path is clear. Do not operate the cutting units when you drive in the reverse direction. Use caution when you go near corners, trees or other objects that can prevent a clear view. Equipment must meet the current regulations to be driven on the public roads. Before you move across or operate on the paths or roads, turn off the PTO switch, lift the mowers and travel at decreased speed. Look for traffic. Stop the blades when the mower is on any surface that is not grass. Do not release the cut grass in the direction of persons or allow persons near the mower while in operation. Do not operate the mower with damaged guards or without safety devices in position. Do not change the engine governor setting or overspeed the engine. Never change or tamper with adjusters that are closed with a seal for the engine speed control. Before you leave the operator compartment, for any reason: Disengage all the drives and lower attachments to the ground. Engage the parking brake. Stop the engine and remove the key. p When you hit an object or mower starts to cause the vibration that is not normal, inspect the mower for damage and make repairs. q Decrease the throttle setting before you stop the engine. r Do not use this equipment for uses that the mower was not made for ROPS a b c d e f g h The ROPS is a safety device. Keep the ROPS in the vertical and locked position. Always use the seat belt when you operate the mower. Make sure the seat belt can be released quickly in an emergency. Only operate the mower with the ROPS in the folded position on flat and level surfaces when necessary. Do not operate the mower with the ROPS in the folded position on slopes, near sharp edges or near water. There is no roll over protection with the ROPS in the folded position. Check for clearance before you drive below objects. Do not contact tree branches, electrical wires or other objects with the ROPS. Do not use the seat belt with the ROPS in the folded position. Inspect the ROPS for damage. Keep the ROPS hardware fastened. Do not weld, drill, change or bend the ROPS. Replace a damaged ROPS. Do not try to correct a damaged ROPS. Do not remove the ROPS from the mower. Jacobsen must approve any changes to the ROPS SAFE HANDLING OF FUELS a b c d e f The fuel and the fuel vapors are flammable. Use caution when you add the fuel to the mower. The fuel vapors can cause an explosion. Never use the containers that are not approved to keep or transfer fuel. Never keep the mower or fuel containers near an open flame or any device that can cause the ignition of fuel or fuel vapors. Never fill the fuel containers inside a vehicle or on a truck or trailer with a plastic liner. Always put the fuel container on the ground away from your vehicle before you fill the container. Refuel the mower before you start the engine. When the engine is in operation or while the engine is hot, never remove the fuel cap or add fuel to the mower. Refuel outdoors only and do not smoke when you add fuel. Extinguish all types of ignition. en-3
5 SAFETY 1 g h i j The fuel nozzle must touch the rim of the fuel tank when you add fuel to the mower. Do not use a device to lock the fuel nozzle in the open position. Do not over fill the fuel tank. Leave at least 1 inch (25 mm) below the filler neck. Always tighten the fuel tank cap and container cap after you add fuel. If the fuel spills on your clothing, change your clothing immediately MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE a b c d e f g h i j Before you clean, adjust or repair this equipment, push PTO switch to the OFF position, lower the cutting unit to the ground, engage the parking brake, stop the engine and remove the key. Make sure the mower is parked on a solid and level surface. Never work on a mower that is lifted only by the jack. Always use the jack stands. Never allow persons to service the mower or its attachments without correct instructions. When the mower is parked, put into storage or left without an operator, lower the cutting device unless a positive mechanical lock is used. When you put the mower on a trailer or put the mower in storage, close the fuel valve. Do not keep fuel near flames or drain the fuel inside a building. Disconnect the battery before you service the mower. Always disconnect the negative battery cable before the positive battery cable. Always connect the positive battery cable before the negative battery cable. Charge the battery in an area with good airflow. The battery can release hydrogen gas that is explosive. To prevent an explosion, keep any device that can cause sparks or flames away from the battery. Disconnect the battery charger from the power supply before you connect or disconnect the battery charger to the battery. Wear protective clothing and use insulated tools when you service the battery. Be careful and wear gloves when you check or service the cutting unit blades. Replace any damaged blades, do not try to correct a damaged blade. k l m n o p q r s t u Keep your hands and feet away from parts that move. Do not adjust the mower with the engine in operation, unless the adjustment needs the engine in operation. Carefully release the pressure from components with stored energy. To prevent injury from the hot, high pressure oil, never use your hands to check for oil leaks. Use the paper or cardboard to find leaks. The hydraulic fluid pressure can have enough force to enter your skin. If hydraulic fluid has entered your skin, a doctor must remove the hydraulic fluid surgically within a few hours or gangrene can occur. When you service the hydraulic system, make sure the hydraulic fittings, tubes and hoses are tightened to the correct torque. Make sure the hydraulic system is in good condition before you start the engine. Keep the mower and the engine clean. Allow the engine to become cool before storage and always remove the ignition key. Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to make sure the equipment is in safe condition. Replace worn or damaged parts for safety. Replace damaged or worn decals. Only use parts, accessories and attachments approved by Jacobsen. To decrease the fire hazard, remove materials that burn from the engine, muffler, battery tray and fuel tank area. Disconnect the battery and controller connectors before you weld on this mower WHEN YOU PUT THE MOWER ON A TRAILER a b c d Be careful when you load or unload the mower on a trailer. Trailer must be wider than the mower and can carry the weight of the mower. Use a full-width ramp to load or unload the mower on a trailer. Use straps, chains, cables or ropes to fasten the mower to the trailer. Both front and rear straps must be sent down and toward sides of trailer. Make sure that all latches are correctly fastened. en-4
6 1 SAFETY 1.2 IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES This safety alert symbol is used to alert you to potential hazards. DANGER - Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury. WARNING - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury. CAUTION - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury and property damage. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices. NOTICE - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in property damage. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices. For pictorial clarity, some illustrations in this manual may show shields, guards, or plates, open or removed. Under no circumstances should this equipment be operated without these devices securely fastened in place. WARNING The Interlock System on this mower prevents the mower from starting unless the brake lever is engaged, PTO switch is off and traction pedal is in Neutral. The system will stop the engine if the operator leaves the seat without engaging the parking brake or setting the PTO switch off. NEVER operate mower unless the Interlock System is working. WARNING 1. Before leaving the operator s position for any reason: a. Return traction pedal to Neutral. b. Disengage all drives. c. Lower all implements to the ground. d. Engage parking brake. e. Stop engine and remove the ignition key. 2. Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from moving parts. Wait for all movement to stop before you clean, adjust, or service the machine. 3. Keep the area of operation clear of all bystanders and pets. 4. Never carry passengers, unless a seat is provided for them. 5. Never operate mowing equipment without the discharge deflector securely fastened in place. By following all instructions in this manual, you will prolong the life of your machine and maintain its maximum efficiency. Adjustments and maintenance should always be performed by a qualified technician. If additional information or service is needed, contact your authorized Jacobsen Dealer who is kept informed of the latest methods to service this equipment and can provide prompt and efficient service. en-5
7 CONTROLS 2 2 CONTROLS 2.1 ICONS Read Manual Deck Lift Levers Lower Raise Engine Throttle High Low Decks Left Center Right Hour Meter Alarm Test Switch Test Off Raise Decks Lower Drive Forward Reverse 2WD 4WD 4WD Diesel Fuel Lights Road Work Cruise Control Lock Unlock Travel D Forward Reverse Parking Brake Power Take-off Off On Engine Off Run Start Coolant Temperature Weight Transfer to Decks Warning Lights Hydraulic Oil Level Engine Oil Pressure Hydraulic Oil Filter Battery Charge Increase Decrease WARNING Never attempt to drive the mower unless you have read the Safety and Operation Manual and know how to operate all controls correctly. Familiarize yourself with the icons shown above and what they represent. Learn the location and purpose of all the controls and gauges before operating this mower. en-6
8 CONTROLS A Tilt Steering N Check Engine Light B1 Turn Assist - Left O Deck Lift/Lower Levers B2 Turn Assist - Right P Traction Control C Speed Limiter Q Light Switch D1 Traction Pedal -Forward R Warning Lights D2 Traction Pedal - Reverse S Engine Coolant Temperature E Alarm T Fuel Gauge F Hydraulic Oil Cap/Dipstick U Hour Meter G Fuel Cap V Ignition Switch H Parking Brake W Hyd. Oil Level Light I Seat Adjustments X Cruise Control (Option) J Side Deck Transport Locks Y Power Take-off Switch K Alarm System Test Switch Z 2 WD / 4WD - Reverse L 2WD / 4WD Switch - Forward AA Panel Latch M Engine Throttle B 1 B C 2 D 1 D 2 A I H E M O P Q Y R S G F K Z L HOURS SOLID STATE T U V J X W N AA en-7 HR001 Figure 2A
9 CONTROLS CONTROLS A. Tilt Steering Pull lever up to release steering column. Tilt column up or down to position desired. Release lever to lock steering column in place. CAUTION Never adjust steering while mower is moving. Stop unit and set parking brake before adjusting. B. Turn Assist Reduces the turning radius of the machine for operation in close areas. Use the turn assist pedals for making tight turns around trees and other objects. To operate turn assist, press pedal down gradually until desired turning radius is achieved - left pedal (B1) for left turns, right pedal (B2) for right turns. Note: Pressing pedal too hard will cause wheel to lock up and may tear or mark the turf. C. Speed Limiter Limits forward speed while cutting or operating attachments. To operate at lower travel speed rotate lever as shown (C 1 ) so it contacts stop screw on floor board when traction pedal is pressed forward. To travel at full speed, set lever in position shown (C 3 ). Stop screw (C 2 ) can be adjusted to set specific travel speeds. E. Alarm The alarm, along with the warning lights, sounds to alert the operator to conditions requiring immediate attention. See Section 2.4. F. Hydraulic Oil Cap/Dipstick Fill to green mark on dipstick using clean hydraulic fluid while machine is cool. Do not overfill. G. Fuel Cap Fill fuel tank with No. 2 diesel fuel, minimum cetane rating of 45. See Safety & Operation Manual and Engine Manual for additional fuel specifications. H. Parking Brake To engage parking brake pull up on lever. Always engage parking brake before starting and after stopping machine. Parking brake tension can be adjusted by turning knob on end of parking brake handle. I. Seat Adjustments The standard operator s seat has five adjustment settings. Description Raise/Lower Control Back Rest Tilt Fore/Aft Control Bar Back Lumbar Support Arm Rest Control Location on Seat left, front - under seat left, front - under seat. front of seat left side on back rest under each arm rest C2 C 1 J. Side Deck Transport Locks Locks decks in upright position for transporting mower. Locks must be manually released before lowering decks. C 3 Full Speed Reduced Speed HR023 Figure 2B D. Traction Pedal Press front pedal (D 1 ) down for forward travel. Release pedal to slow mower and stop. Press rear pedal (D 2 ) down for reverse travel. Release pedal to slow mower and stop. Allow mower to come to a complete stop before reversing directions. en-8
10 CONTROLS 2.3 INSTRUMENT PANEL O N. Check Engine Light Indicates that a fault has occurred in the engine control system. Refer to the Parts & Maintenance manual. M Y P Q R O. Deck Levers Raises and lowers decks. Decks can be raised or lowered separately or together. When raising decks hold lever back until deck is completely up. Levers return to Neutral when released. K Z L X HOURS SOLID STATE W N V S T U P. Traction Control Transfers weight between decks and mower. Turn control clockwise to reduce down pressure on decks and transfer weight to mower. Reducing down pressure improves traction but may cause decks to float causing an uneven cut. To increase down pressure on decks turn control counterclockwise. This reduces traction but improves deck contact with ground. Q. Light Switch (optional) Controls operation of road and work lights. AA Figure 2C K. Alarm System Test Switch Used to test the alarm system. To test, turn ignition key to RUN and press switch. An audible alarm will sound and warning lights will come on. L. 2WD / 4 WD Switch - Forward Sets mower into two or four wheel drive. Mower must be in 4WD to operate cutting units. Mower returns to 2WD when backing up unless 4WD reverse switch (Z) is pressed. M. Engine Throttle Controls engine speed. Run machine at full throttle when transporting machine. R. Warning Lights Alerts the operator to conditions requiring immediate action. See Section 2.4. S. Engine Coolant Temperature Indicates engine coolant temperature. Normal operating temperature should be between F ( C). If temperature rises above 230 (110 C), alarm will sound. See Section 2.4. T. Fuel Gauge Indicates current fuel level. Check fuel gauge daily before starting machine. U. Hour Meter Records engine operating hours. Use hour meter to schedule periodic maintenance. en-9
11 CONTROLS 2 V. Ignition Switch The ignition switch has three positions. OFF-RUN (ON)-START. In the run position the electrical system is active. Turn to START to crank engine. Always turn switch to OFF and remove key when leaving machine. W. Hydraulic Oil Level Light Alerts the operator of a low fluid level in hydraulic tank. See Section 2.4. NOTICE The warning light will remain on as long as a low oil level is detected. The light will come on momentarily when first starting engine. X. Cruise Control (Option) When switched ON the cruise control will lock the traction pedal in its current position. Cruise will unlock when switched OFF, or if either steering assist pedals are pressed. Y. Power Take-off Switch Provides power to cutting units. Mower must be set in 4WD (L) and decks lowered (O) for cutting units to engage. Z. 2WD / 4WD Switch - Reverse Provides momentary 4WD in reverse. Press and hold switch down to shift into 4WD. Machine returns to 2 WD when switch is released. AA.Panel Latch Used to secure panel in the closed position. Turn latch to open panel. en-10
12 2 CONTROLS 2.4 OPERATOR ALERTS The electrical system monitors vital machine systems. It uses an audible alarm and warning lights to alert the operator of conditions requiring immediate action. When an alert occurs follow the general guidelines listed in the chart below, and any specific actions outlined by the grounds superintendent or service manager To test alarm system: Turn ignition switch to RUN. Press and hold down alarm test switch. All warning lights should come on and alarm should sound. This system monitors: 1. Hydraulic fluid level. 2. Engine oil pressure. 3. Engine coolant temperature. 4. Hydraulic oil filter. 5. Battery voltage. 6. Engine Pre Heat Timer. 7. Check engine light HOURS SOLID STATE HR003 Figure 2D Alert Action 1. Hydraulic Fluid Level - Alarm sounds and hydraulic fluid warning light comes on. Hydraulic fluid is below recommended level. 2. Engine Oil Pressure - oil pressure light comes on. Oil pressure low. 3. Engine Coolant Temperature Alarm sounds. Engine coolant temperature high. 4. Hydraulic Oil Filter - Oil filter warning light remains on. 5. Battery Voltage - Warning light comes on. 6. Engine Pre Heat Timer - Light comes on when cold weather start pre heat timer is activated. 7. Check Engine Light - Light comes on when fault detected. Stop mower immediately, lower decks, and shut off engine Visually inspect mower for obvious signs of leaks around connections, hoses, and hydraulic components. Return mower to service area for maintenance. CAUTION: Hydraulic fluid is under pressure. Turn engine off and allow fluid to cool before checking fluid level or adding oil to hydraulic tank. Stop mower immediately, lower decks, and shut off engine Inspect oil level in engine. If oil light remains on with oil at proper level, shut off engine, and tow or trailer mower back to a service area. NEVER operate engine with oil light on, severe damage to the engine can occur. Stop mower immediately, lower decks and shut off engine Remove debris such as leaves and grass clippings that may be restricting air flow through radiator screen and area between radiator and radiator screen. If engine continues to run hot, return mower to a service area. CAUTION: Engine coolant is under pressure. Turn engine off and allow fluid to cool before checking fluid level or adding coolant to radiator. Return mower to a service area as soon as possible. Change hydraulic oil filters. Return mower to a service area as soon as possible. Inspect battery and battery charging system. Allow light to illuminate for 3 to 5 seconds to pre heat air intake heating element before starting mower in cold weather conditions. Return mower to service area as soon as possible. Check engine error codes using OBDII reader. See Parts & Maintenance Manual. en-11
13 SET-UP 3 3 SET-UP 3.1 GENERAL The set-up and testing of the unit should always be performed by a trained technician familiar with the operation of this equipment. Read each instruction completely and make sure you understand it before proceeding with the assembly. Stay alert for potential hazards and obey all safety precautions. The RIGHT and LEFT, FRONT and REAR of the machine are referenced from the operator s seat, facing forward. Accessories, such as cutting units and ROPS, not included with this product must be ordered separately. See instructions provided with accessory for installation and parts. CAUTION Do not attempt to drive the mower unless you are familiar with this type of equipment and know how to operate all controls correctly. 3.2 INITIAL ASSEMBLY WARNING Make sure the mower is parked on a solid and level surface. Never work on a mower that is supported only by the jack. Always use jack stands. 1. Check tires for proper inflation. Tires have been over inflated for transport. Mower: psi ( BAR) Deck: psi ( BAR) 2. Check battery connections. Make absolutely certain the ignition switch is Off and the key has been removed before servicing the battery. CAUTION Always use insulated tools, wear protective glasses or goggles, and protective clothing when working with batteries. You must read and obey all battery manufacturer s instructions. Verify battery polarity before connecting or disconnecting the battery cables. When installing the battery, always assemble the RED, positive (+) battery cable first, and the ground, BLACK, negative (-) cable last. Make sure battery is properly installed and secured to the battery tray. Tighten cables securely to battery terminals and apply a light coat of silicone dielectric grease to terminals and cable ends to prevent corrosion. Keep vent caps and terminal covers in place. en-12
14 3 SET-UP 3.3 FRONT DECK CAUTION To prevent personal injury or damage to the equipment, do not attemp to raise or lower front deck with shipping bands installed. Place braces under deck winglets before cutting shipping bands. Slowly and carefully lower winglets to normal operating position. Do Not allow winglets to drop from shipping position onto front deck. G F G E 1. Place braces under left winglet and remove shipping band. Remove braces and lower winglet to normal position. Repeat for right winglet. Figure 3A 2. Assemble rear winglet supports (E and F) to center deck using 3/8-16 x 1 screws, lockwashers, and locknuts (G). 3. Lift front deck to service position [Section 4.3]. Assemble front winglet supports (H) to winglets using 3/8-16 x 1 screws, lockwashers, and flat washers (J). Lower front deck. 4. Remove Caution tag from steering column and center lift control lever. J H H J Figure 3B 3.4 FRONT LIFT LIMIT SWITCH Note: For safety and shipping purposes, the front deck motors have been disabled. The front deck motors will not operate until the front lift limit switch is reconnected. 1. Remove four 3/8-16 x 7/8 truss head screws (K) and lift floorboard (L) from mower. 2. Locate and connect front lift limit switch connector (M). 3. Assemble floorboard (L) using screws (K). K L M Figure 3C en-13
15 SET-UP INITIAL INSPECTION CAUTION The initial inspection should be performed only when the engine is off and all fluids are cold. Lower decks to the ground, engage parking brake, stop engine, and remove ignition key. 1. Perform a visual inspection of the entire unit, look for signs of wear, loose hardware, and components that may have been damaged during transport. 2. Inspect paint and decals for damage or scratches. Decals provide important operating and safety information. Replace all missing or hard to read decals. 3. All fluids must be at the full level mark with engine cold. Check: a. Radiator coolant level. b. Engine oil level. c. Hydraulic fluid level. 4. Make sure air filter connections are tight and cover is securely in place. 5. Check tires for proper inflation. Tires have been over inflated for transport. Check engine belt tension. 6. Inspect battery connections and electrolyte level. Check that battery is fully charged. 7. Check for fuel or oil leaks. 8. Inspect lube points on mower for proper lubrication. 9. Check lug bolt torque. Front Wheels ft. lb. ( N.m). Rear Wheels ft. lb. ( N.m). 3.6 OPERATING CHECKS After the initial inspection test the mower for proper operation. If mower is being fitted an accessory you may want to assemble these and check operation of the mower with accessory attached. 1. Test the Interlock System. [Section 3.7] 2. Start mower and check that switches, pedals and controls operate as described. [Section 2.2] 3. Check that warning lights and alarm are working. 4. Check that brake pedal does not have more than one inch free travel before engaging. 5. Operate traction pedal and check that mower operates smoothly in both directions. Check that mower stops when traction pedal is released. 6. Check that mower does not drift with engine running and traction pedal in Neutral. [Section 4.6 and 4.11] 7. Check adjustment of traction pedal speed limiter. [Section 3.8] 8. Check that decks raise and lower correctly and that power take-off switch operates. Make sure blades turn off when decks are raised. [Section 4.10] 9. After operation, stop mower and inspect again for oil or hydraulic leaks. 10. Check and if necessary adjust cutting height and level decks. [Sections 4.2, 4.2, and 4.5] en-14
16 3 SET-UP 3.7 INTERLOCK SYSTEM 1. The Interlock System prevents the engine from starting unless the parking brake is Engaged, the traction pedal is in Neutral, and the power take-off switch is OFF. The system also stops the engine if the operator leaves the seat with the power take-off switch ON, traction pedal out of Neutral, or parking brake Disengaged. WARNING Never operate equipment with the Interlock System disconnected or malfunctioning. Do not disconnect or bypass any switch. 2. Perform each of the following tests to insure the Interlock system is functioning properly. Stop the test and have the system inspected and repaired if any of the tests fail as listed below: the engine does not start in test 1; the engine does start during tests 2, 3, or 4; the engine continues to run during tests 5 or 6. Test Operator Seated Parking Brake Interlock System Check 3. Refer to the chart below for each test and follow the check ( ) marks across the chart. Shut engine off between each test. Test 1: Represents normal starting procedure. The operator is seated, parking brake is engaged, the operator s feet are off the pedals, and the power take-off switch is OFF. The engine should start. Test 2: The engine must not start if the power takeoff switch is ON. Test 3: The engine must not start if the parking brake is Disengaged. Test 4: The engine must not start if the traction pedal is pressed. Test 5: Start the engine in the normal manner then turn power take-off switch ON and lift your weight off the seat. Test 6: Start the engine in the normal manner then disengage parking brake and lift your weight off the seat. Traction Pedal in Neutral Power Take-off Switch Engine Starts Yes No Engaged Disengaged Yes No On Off Yes No Lift your weight off seat. The engine will shut down. 3.8 TRACTION PEDAL SPEED LIMITER Cutting quality is better at speeds well below the transport speed of the mower. An initial mow speed of 5 to 6 mph (8 to 9.6 kph) is set at the factory and should be satisfactory for most cutting conditions. Local turf conditions however may respond better to a different speed. Q To set mow speed, loosen jam nut (Q) and adjust stop screw up to reduce speed, down to increase speed. Tighten nut to hold adjustment in place. TC003 Figure 3D en-15
17 ADJUSTMENTS 4 4 ADJUSTMENTS 4.1 GENERAL WARNING To prevent injury, lower implements to the ground, disengage all drives, engage parking brake, stop engine, and remove key from ignition switch before making any adjustments or performing maintenance. Make sure the mower is parked on a solid and level surface. Never work on a mower that is supported only by the jack. Always use jack stands. If only the front or rear of the mower is raised, place chocks in front of and behind the wheels that are not raised. 1. Adjustments and maintenance should always be performed by a qualified technician. If proper adjustment cannot be made, contact an authorized Jacobsen Dealer. 2. Replace, do not adjust, worn or damaged components. 3. Do not wear jewelry or loose fitting clothing when making adjustments or repairs. CAUTION Be careful to prevent entrapment of the hands and fingers between moving and fixed components of the machine. 4. Do not change governor settings or overspeed the engine. 4.2 LEVELING DECKS If the decks or casters have been removed for service or cutting height appears uneven, it may be necessary to level decks. Adjust casters so cutting heights of outer blades are within 1/8 in. (3 mm) of each other. 1. Position mower and decks on a hard, flat, level surface. Position blades parallel to mower as shown. 2. Check that air pressure in all caster tires is adjusted equally. 3. Set desired cutting height of deck using the 1/2 in. (13 mm) spacers (E) provided. See Section Measure the height from the ground surface to the front edge (B) of the two outer blades for the wing decks and the center section of the front deck. Position the 1/8 in. (3 mm) leveling washers (C) above or below caster pivot as needed to obtain an even cutting height across decks. Keep the 1/16 in. (1.5 mm) thrust washers (D) positioned as shown, one above and one below caster pivot. B C E L L D C B B B B Figure 4A en-16
18 4 ADJUSTMENTS 4.3 SERVICING FRONT DECK The front deck can be raised and tilted up to improve access to the cutting unit and blades for service and cleaning. Be sure to disengage all drives, engage parking brake, stop engine, and remove ignition key before working around deck. To tilt front deck up to its service position: 1. Rotate anti-sway mechanism (F), located under left side floor panel, to Service position. Figure 4C 2. Start engine and raise deck until rear gauge wheels are off ground. Stop engine. 3. Remove cut height adjustment pins from gauge wheel bracket so yoke assembly floats freely. 4. Start engine and raise deck to full up position. Stop engine. 5. Manually lift and rotate front of deck up until it is securely latched. arms. To prevent personal injury or damage to deck or lift arms, DO NOT allow deck to drop from service position. 2. Start engine and lower deck until it is level and caster wheels are just above ground. Stop engine. 3. Insert height adjustment pin for rear casters to match cutting height. Figure 4F 4. Rotate anti-sway mechanism (F) to it s operating position. Figure 4C To lower deck after servicing: WARNING The front deck is heavy and could cause serious injury or damage if dropped. Always use proper lifting techniques when lifting or lowering the front deck to the service position. When lowering deck, pulling latch out will release the full weight of the deck. Make sure anyone assisting in this procedure is made aware of this before the latch is released. 1. Lift up on deck and pull locking latch (A) out. Manually lower and pivot deck until supported by lift A Operating Position F Service Position F Figure 4B Figure 4C 4.4 WINGLET ADJUSTMENT 1. Winglets must be adjusted to front deck to prevent scalping and possible damage to deck winglets. 2. Rotate front deck blades to positions shown in Figure 4A. 3. Measure the height from the ground to the front edge of the center front deck blade (B) and the outside edges of winglet blades (L). Add or remove shims (G) as required between pad (H) and support bracket of winglets, until all front deck blades are at the same height. 4. Store excess shims (G) above support bracket. 5. Adjust front winglet support arms (J) up or down as required until arm is resting against stop (K). en-17 K J G H G Figure 4D
19 ADJUSTMENTS CUTTING HEIGHT Cutting height for decks can be adjusted from 1 to 5-1/2 in. ( mm) in 1/2 in. (13 mm) increments. Actual cutting height may vary somewhat from the heights given depending on turf conditions and other factors. Note: When cutting undulating areas, lower cutting heights may cause scalping. Adjust height accordingly to prevent turf damage. 1. Park the mower on a flat, level surface. Raise the decks until the caster wheels are raised off the ground enough so caster wheels can be removed from deck. Place blocks under decks so they are supported on all sides. WARNING To prevent serious injury, lower deck until it is resting completely on the supports. This will prevent it from accidentally lowering while making adjustments. Disengage all drives, engage parking brake, stop engine, and remove ignition key. To remove inside front caster from side decks, raise the decks to their full upright position and lock in the transport position. 2. Figure 4E shows the height adjustment decal for the casters. Column 1 - Height of cut Column 2 - Mount Location Column 3 - Arrangement of spacers Spacers Under Mount Middle Thrust Washer & Leveling Washer Arm Bracket Mount Upper Lower Cut Mount No. of Spacers Height Location Under Mount 1 Lower 0 1 1/2 Lower 1 2 Lower 2 2 1/2 Lower 3 2 1/2 Middle 0 3 Middle 1 3 1/2 Middle 2 4 Middle 3 4 Upper 0 4 1/2 Upper 1 5 Upper 2 5 1/2 Upper 3 Never reposition the thrust washer(s) (1/16" thick) and leveling washer(s) (1/8" thick) when setting cut height B C D E A Cut Bracket Arm Wheel Height Hole Hole Mounting 1 3 A F 1 1/2 1 B F 2 2 C F 2 1/2 3 D F 3 4 E F 3 1/2 5 B F 4 6 C F 4 1/2 7 D F 5 8 E F 5 1/2 8 E R Wheel Mounting F Figure 4E Wheel Mounting Instruction 1 While rotating wheel, tighten nut until wheel is difficult to rotate. 2 Loosen nut 1/4 turn or just until wheel rotates freely. 3 lock nut into place using second nut. Do not allow first nut to rotate when tightening second nut securely. 4 Rotate wheel to check for free rotation with zero end play. R Adjust spacers in quantity listed. Store extra spacers on top of spindle. If necessary, reposition wheel mount in holes indicated for height of cut. IMPORTANT: Do not reposition the thin thrust washers (1/16 in.) and leveling washers (1/8 in.) on the spindle. These washers should remain in the same position and quantity they were originally installed. They need only be repositioned if needed to level new casters or decks, Section To adjust rear gauge wheels on front deck, refer to Figure 4F. Raise front deck approximately 12 in. and support underneath with blocks. Lower deck so it is completely resting on blocks 4. Remove pin from rear gauge wheel yoke and reposition in bracket for desired height of cut. When setting cutting height at 5-1/2 in., gauge wheel must be repositioned in arm. Follow wheel mounting instructions on decal, Figure 4F. Gauge Wheel Adjustment for Front Deck Figure 4F Tire pressure Check air pressure in caster tires, while tires are cool. Maintain air pressure between psi ( BAR) to improve accuracy of cutting height. Note: It is important to keep inflation pressures on all caster and gauge tires equal, within the range specified, to ensure an accurate, level cut. en-18
20 4 ADJUSTMENTS 4.6 LIFT LIMIT SWITCHES The rotation of the cutting blades is controlled by limit switches positioned on the mower frame near the lift arms for each deck. When a deck is raised the switch opens and automatically disengages the cutting blades. As the deck is lowered, the switch closes and the blades engage. If a switch fails, the cutting blades will not engage when lowered. To adjust limit switches: 1. Park mower on a level surface. 2. Start mower and raise or lower decks until the highest point on the top corner of the deck reaches the height shown in Figure 4G. 3. Shut OFF engine and remove key. Support decks using blocks. This will prevent them from accidently lowering while making adjustments. 4. Position switch so sensing area (C) on switch is centered over leading edge (A) of activator plate on lift arm. 5. Adjust gap between sensing area on switch and activator plate on lift arm to 1/16-1/8 in. (1.5-3 mm). To adjust gap for front lift arm use shims (D) or #10 flat washers (B) between switch and switch mount. Check operation of limit switches. Blades must stop rotating as decks are raised above heights shown. A C A C B D 20 5/8 in. (53 cm) 21 in. (61 cm) Side Decks Front Deck HR028 Figure 4G en-19
21 ADJUSTMENTS NEUTRAL ADJUSTMENT Important: The neutral adjustment on the drive pump is preset at the factory on all new mowers and replacement pumps. Further adjustment is required only if the pump has been disassembled for service or neutral lever bracket (F) has become loose. To adjust neutral on pump: 1. Disconnect traction pedal linkage from pump. Remove switch mounting bracket from pump. 2. Place mower securely on jack stands so All wheels are raised off ground. 3. Check that tow valve (H) is completely closed. 4. Loosen screws (G) holding pump return arm bracket just enough so it can be moved. 5. Engage parking brake and set PTO switch to neutral. The neutral sensing switch must be closed in order to start the mower. At this point the switch may not yet be assembled to pump. To close switch so engine can be started, place it face down on metal frame. 6. Start engine and observe wheels. Rotate bracket (F) in slotted holes until wheels do not turn. Turn OFF engine and tighten bracket in place. 7. Connect traction pedal linkage, Section 4.11, and install and adjust switches, Sections 4.8 and 4.9. Important: Always check operation of Interlock System after replacing or adjusting switch. (See Safety and Operation Manual) 8. Start engine and check operation of traction pedal. Wheels must not turn when pedal returns to Neutral. Figure 4H 4.8 NEUTRAL SENSING SWITCH The neutral sensing switch is part of the operator backup system. It is designed to prevent the mower from starting unless the traction pedal is in Neutral. If this switch fails or is out of adjustment, the mower will not start. K G F H HR Make sure drive pump and traction pedal linkage are adjusted to neutral. Sections 4.6 and Position switch so pointer (A) on activator plate is centered over sensing area on switch. 3. Adjust switch so gap between sensing surface on switch and end of pointer is between 1/16-1/8 in. (1.5-3 mm). Secure switch in this position. Important: Always check operation of Interlock System after replacing or adjusting switch. (See Safety and Operation Manual) 1/16-1/8 (1.5-3 mm) A HR010 Figure 4I en-20
22 4 ADJUSTMENTS 4.9 FORWARD SENSING SWITCH The forward sensing switch allows the mower to operate in four wheel drive only with the traction pedal in its forward position. When operating in reverse the switch opens and returns the mower to two wheel drive. If four wheel drive fails to operate, check adjustment and operation of sensing switch. Switch open - Full reverse range of pedal. 5. Connect switch to wiring harness and check operation of four wheel drive. 1. Make sure drive pump, traction pedal linkage, and neutral sensing switch are adjusted to neutral, Sections 4.6, 4.11, and Adjust switch so gap between sensing surface on switch and edge of activator plate is between 1/16-1/8 in. (1.5-3 mm). 3. Disconnect switch from wiring harness and connect a continuity meter across switch leads (B). With traction pedal in neutral, slide switch back until it opens, then forward until it closes. Secure switch in this position. 4. With continuity meter still attached check adjustment by pressing traction pedal. Switch closed - traction pedal in neutral and during full forward range of pedal. 1/16-1/8 (1.5-3 mm) B HR012 Figure 4J 4.10 PARKING BRAKE The brake switch is part of the Interlock System and senses when the parking brake is engaged. If this switch fails, the machine may not start and the Interlock System will not operate correctly. To adjust switch: D C F E B 1. Place the parking brake in its full upright (engaged) position. 2. Adjust switch (C) by pivoting switch mounting bracket (B). Align sensing area on switch with brake handle (D). 3. Adjust gap between sensing area on switch and brake lever to 1/16-1/8 in. (1.5-3 mm). To adjust gap use shims (E) or #10 washers (F) as required between switch and switch mount. 4. When properly installed, the switch will be closed when the parking brake is engaged and open when the brake is disengaged. Important: Always check operation of Interlock System after replacing or adjusting switch. (See Safety and Operation Manual) HR020 Figure 4K en-21
23 ADJUSTMENTS PARKING BRAKE 1. Check linkage and pivots to ensure they are operating smoothly. Inspect parking brake and steering assist cables. 2. Park the mower on a 30% slope (16.7 ) near the bottom of the hill, with the front of the mower facing downhill. Engage the parking brake and stop the engine. a. The mower should stay on the hill without creeping. b. If the brakes do not hold, start the engine, disengage the brake, and drive to the bottom of the hill. CAUTION DO NOT disengage the brakes with the engine off. 3. With parking brake disengaged, turn adjusting knob in a clockwise direction, applying and releasing brake every quarter turn, until a definite snap over center action is achieved. 4. Repeat the test on the hill if required. Note: Over adjustment causes hard lever action, but does not increase brake efficiency TRACTION PEDAL The traction pedal must be adjusted so the pump is at full stroke when the pedal is fully depressed in the forward position. 1. Make sure return arm (K-Figure 4H) on pump is adjusted to neutral, Section Push traction pedal forward (I) until it touches floor panel and hold in this position. 3. Adjust turn buckle (J) until you feel the return arm hit the internal stop in pump. Backoff rod 2-3 turns from this position. This ensures that the traction pedal bottoms out before the return arm. I J HR019 Figure 4L 4.13 STEERING TOE-IN 1. Turn wheels to straight ahead position. 2. Loosen jam nuts (M) on both ends of tie rod (N). 3. Turn tie rod (N) to provide proper toe-in. Toe-in must not exceed X + 1/4 in. (6.3 mm). Tighten jam nuts (M). X M N M X + 5/32" + - 3/32" X + (4 mm mm) Figure 4M en-22
24 4 ADJUSTMENTS 4.14 STEERING STOP BOLTS 1. Steering toe-in must be set before adjusting stop bolts. If toe-in is changed, stop bolts must be readjusted. 2. Turn stop bolts (P and Q) out as far as possible without removing them. 3. Turn steering wheel to the right until right rear tire is at a 45 angle to steering axle. Thread stop bolt (P) in until bolt touches axle. 4. Turn steering wheel to the left until left rear tire is at a 45 angle to steering axle. Thread stop bolt (Q) in until bolt touches axle. 45 P Q Figure 4N en-23
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SE/G.ELSD5080.0803 GOLD SD 50-80 Med styrenhet/with control unit Skiss visar styrenhet för aggregat med inspektionssida vänster, styrenhet för aggregat med inspektionssida höger ser något annorlunda ut,
Lift30 User's Guide OM1100604 Skärm Kapacitet Lyft Rotation VESA 27-42 12-30 lbs (5.5-13.6 kg) 10 (25.4mm) Ja 100 x 100 100 x 200 200 x 200 200 x 100 300 x 300 400 x 400 Innehållsförteckning TV-/Skärmspecifi
*LJD'XFW DEHONDQDOV\VWHP DY*LJD&RP/7' GigaDuct kabelkanalsystem för fiberoptiskt patchkablage är speciellt konstruerat och producerat för den Europeiska marknaden. Systemet är helt slutet och därför beröringsskyddat.