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2013 HYSTER H50FT Pneumatic Tire (Daily Maintenance)

The 2013 HYSTER H50FT Pneumatic Tire (Daily Maintenance) form is divided into different categories to ensure that we check these parts on a daily basis ensuring safety and quality performance of the equipment. There's also a list of safety guidelines to ensure safety for those who will perform the maintenance.
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04/26/2021

2013 HYSTER H50FT Pneumatic Tire (Daily Maintenance)

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The 2013 HYSTER H50FT Pneumatic Tire (Daily Maintenance) form is divided into different categories to ensure that we check these parts on a daily basis ensuring safety and quality performance of the equipment. There's also a list of safety guidelines to ensure safety for those who will perform the maintenance.
  • Tires and Wheels

  • Remove material that is wrapped around the axle.

  • Figure 32. Check the Tires

  • SAFETY LABELS

  • WARNING

  • MAST, CARRIAGE, HEADER HOSES, LIFT CHAINS, AND ATTACHMENT

  • (See Figure 47 and Figure 33)

  • WARNING

  • Lower the lift mechanism completely. Never allow any person under a raised carriage. Do not put any part of your body in or through the lift mechanism unless all parts of the mast are completely lowered and the engine is STOPPED.

  • Do not try to correct the alignment of the fork tips by bending the forks or adding shims. If either fork is damaged, replace the forks as a set.

  • Never repair damaged forks by heating or welding. Forks are made of special steel using special proce- dures. If either fork is damaged, replace the forks as a set.

  • Inspect the welds on the mast, cylinders, and carriage for cracks. Make sure that the cap screws and nuts are tight.

  • Inspect the channels for wear in the areas where the roll- ers travel. Inspect the rollers for wear or damage.

  • Inspect the load backrest extension for cracks and damage.

  • If the lift truck is equipped with a side shift carriage or attachment, inspect the parts for cracks and wear. Make sure the parts that fasten the sideshift carriage or attachment to the carriage are in good condition.

  • Visually inspect hoses/fittings for hydraulic leaks;

  • hose cover for cuts

  • cracks

  • exposed reinforcement

  • defective/ broken clamping devices or sheaves

  • proper tracking during operation

  • Figure 33. Lift Chain Check

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  • Figure 34. Hood and Seat Check

  • Legend for Figure 34

  • NOTE: NON-SWIVEL SEAT SHOWN.

  • A. AUTOMATIC LOCKING RETRACTOR

  • B. EMERGENCY LOCKING RETRACTOR

  • SEAT BELT, HIP RESTRAINTS AND SEAT RAILS

  • Figure 35. Hood and Seat Check

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  • NOTE: NON-SWIVEL SEAT SHOWN.

  • Automatic Locking Retractor (ALR)

  • NOTE: S40-70FT, S55FTS lift trucks produced before November 1, 2005 are equipped with the ALR type seat belts. See Figure 36

  • Figure 36. Seat Belts

  • HOOD AND SEAT LATCHES

  • AUTOMATIC LOCKING RETRACTOR

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  • NOTE: SWIVEL SEAT IS AN OPTIONAL FEATURE.

  • B. EMERGENCY LOCKING RETRACTOR

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  • ENGINE COMPARTMENT

  • Figure 37. Swivel Seat Controls

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  • NOTE: SWIVEL SEAT IS AN OPTIONAL FEATURE.

  • Paper Application

  • WARNING:Engine and exhaust system components are hot to the touch. Be sure lift truck components are cool before starting inspection and cleaning, or personal injury may occur.

  • Check engine, Clean as required

  • Check and clean

  • WARNING: Compressed air can move particles so that they cause injury to the user or to other personnel. Make sure that the path of the compressed air is away from all person- nel. Wear protective goggles or a face shield to prevent injury to the eyes.

  • CAUTION: Air pressure, nozzle, or extension tube may cause damage to exhaust wraps and radiator fins. Assure that air pressure, nozzle, or extension tube does not dam- age exhaust wraps or radiator fins.

  • WARNING: Be careful when cleaning with steam. Steam can cause serious burns. Wear protective clothing, gloves, and eye protection. Never expose your skin to steam.

  • Check the condition of exhaust

  • CHECK FOR LEAKS - FUEL, OIL, WATER

  • WARNING: All fuels are very flammable and can burn or cause an explosion. Do not use an open flame to check the fuel level or to check for leaks in the fuel system. If there is a leak in the fuel system, extra care must be used dur- ing the repair. Do not

  • HYDRAULIC HOSES

  • COOLANT HOSES

  • FUEL TANK (GAS) S40-70FT, S55FTS (F187)

  • FUEL TANK (GAS) H40-70FT (L177)

  • FUEL TANK (LPG)

  • FUEL TANK (DIESEL) H40-70FT (L177)

  • Indicator Lights, Horn, Fuses, and Relays

  • SERVICE BRAKES

  • Brake Fluid Level

  • WARNING: Small amounts of water in the brake system can cause reduced braking performance if the water reaches the wheel cylinder area. Do not allow water entry, ensure that the sealed reservoir lid is properly replaced.

  • If the brake system has a power assist (or boost), brak- ing will be more difficult if the engine is not running.

  • On lift trucks with wet brake drive axles, only use Dex- ron III oil from sealed container in the master cylinder. On lift trucks with dry brake drive axles, only use SAE J-1703 (DOT 3) brake fluid in the master cylinder.

  • Loss of fluid from the brake fluid reservoir indicates a leak. Repair the brake system before using the lift truck. Replace the brake fluid in the system if there is dirt or water in the system.

  • Failure to observe the above warnings could result in death or serious injury.

  • Lift trucks with a pedal

  • Parking Brake

  • Lift trucks with a pedal:

  • NOTE: Make sure parking brake is released before making adjustment.

  • To adjust the parking brake, do the following:

  • Figure 49. Parking Brake Adjustment

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  • STEERING CONTROLS AND STEERING COLUMN GAS CYLINDER

  • Figure 39. Steering Column Gas Cylinder and Tilt Lever

  • Transmission

  • Check the transmission for :

  • HYDRAULIC OIL S40-70FT, S55FTS (F187)

  • HYDRAULIC OIL H40-70FT (L177)

  • HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER

  • WARNING: At operating temperature the hydraulic oil is HOT. Do not permit the hot oil to touch the skin and cause a burn.

  • CAUTION :Do not permit dirt to enter the hydraulic system when the oil level is checked or the filter is changed. Never operate the hydraulic pump without oil in the hydraulic system. The operation of the hydraulic pump without oil will damage the pump.

  • HYDRAULIC TANK BREATHER

  • BATTERY AND CABLE TERMINALS

  • CAUTION: DO NOT try to start the engine by pushing or towing the lift truck. Damage to the transmission can occur if engine is started by pushing or towing lift truck.

  • If the battery becomes discharged and requires a booster battery to start the engine, follow these procedures care- fully when connecting the jumper cables:

  • ENGINE OIL Mazda 2.0L Engine (Gas/LPG)

  • ENGINE OIL Mazda 2.2L Engine (Gas/LPG)

  • ENGINE OIL GM 2.4L Engines (Gas/LPG)

  • ENGINE OIL FILTER Mazda 2.0L and 2.2L and GM 2.4L Engines

  • ENGINE OIL Yanmar 2.6L and 3.3L Engines (Diesel)

  • ENGINE OIL FILTER Yanmar 2.6L and 3.3L Engines (Diesel)

  • Engine Oil

  • Figure 40. Mazda 2.0Land 2.2L Engine Maintenance Points (Except 2007 Emission Compliant Engines)

  • A. GAS ENGINE

  • B. LPG ENGINE

  • Figure 41. Mazda 2.0Land 2.2L Engine Maintenance Points (2007 Emission Compliant Engines Only)

  • A. LPG ENGINE

  • B. GAS ENGINE

  • Figure 42. GM Engine Maintenance Points

  • A. GAS ENGINE

  • B. LPG ENGINE

  • Figure 43. Yanmar 2.6L and 3.3L and 3.3L Diesel Engine Maintenance Points

  • AIR FILTER

  • The air filter canister should not be opened until an air filter element replacement is required. An air filter element replacement is required when one of the following occurs:

  • Do not operate the lift truck until the air filter element has been replaced.

  • COOLING SYSTEM

  • COOLING SYSTEM

  • COOLING SYSTEM

  • COOLING SYSTEM

  • FORKS

  • NOTE: Forks must be removed or installed by trained per- sonnel only.

  • The identification of a fork describes how the fork is con- nected to the carriage. These lift trucks have hook forks.

  • Forks, Remove

  • NOTE: If lift truck is equipped with a fork positioner attach- ment, perform Step 1 first, before going to Step 2. If lift truck is not equipped with a fork positioner attachment, go to Step 2.

  • Figure 44. Fork Positioner

  • WARNING: Do not try to move a fork without a lifting device. Each hook fork for these lift trucks can weigh 45 to 115 kg (99 to 253 lb).

  • NOTE: Forks are to be replaced only in sets and not indi- vidually.

  • Figure 45. Remove a Hook Fork

  • Figure 46. Fork Lock Pin Assembly

  • Forks, Inspect

  • Forks, Install

  • Forks, Adjust

  • NOTE: During the adjustment of the forks, the heel of the forks should not be touching the ground.

  • Figure 47. Forks Check

  • MAST

  • BRAKE FLUID

  • WARNING :Small amounts of water in the brake system can cause reduced braking performance if the water reaches the wheel cylinder area. Do not allow water entry, ensure that the sealed reservoir lid is properly replaced. If the brake system has a power as

  • On lift trucks with wet brake drive axles, only use Dex- ron III oil from sealed container in the master cylinder. On lift trucks with dry brake drive axles, only use SAE J-1703 (DOT 3) brake fluid in the master cylinder.

  • Loss of fluid from the brake fluid reservoir indicates a leak. Repair the brake system before using the lift truck. Replace the brake fluid in the system if there is dirt or water in the system. Failure to observe the above warnings could result in death

  • BRAKE OIL

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