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Crown WP 2300 4500 Pounds Pedestrian Electric Pallet Truck Daily Maintenance

The Crown WP 2300 4500 Pounds Pedestrian Electric Pallet Truck Daily Maintenance Form is for the equipment's different parts such as the battery, calibration, battery connector and horn to name a few. . It has the complete list how on how and what to check.
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04/26/2021

Crown WP 2300 4500 Pounds Pedestrian Electric Pallet Truck Daily Maintenance

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The Crown WP 2300 4500 Pounds Pedestrian Electric Pallet Truck Daily Maintenance Form is for the equipment's different parts such as the battery, calibration, battery connector and horn to name a few. . It has the complete list how on how and what to check.
  • Battery

  • Battery Discharge Indicator Setting (BDI)

  • Calibration

  • Battery Connector ( = Emergency Stop )

  • Horn

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  • Installation

  • Note: The switches for the left and right handles are different. If you fit the switch on the wrong side the horn symbol will be upside down!

  • Fit the horn switch in the reverse order of removal

  • Handle

  • Removal

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  • Installation

  • Note: The switches for the left and right handles are different. If you fit the switch on the wrong side the horn symbol will be upside down!

  • Fit the horn switch in the reverse order of removal.

  • Lift / Lower rocker switch

  • Fast/ Slow Travel Switch

  • Reverse Safety Switch

  • Brake

  • Multitask Handle - Springs for Return Function

  • To prevent injury caused by the vehicle suddenly moving, in particular when working on the multitask handle support:

  • The item numbers in brackets refer to the graphic M1491.

  • Adjustment

  • The axle (4) is fixed on the left hand side as standard with a roll pin (5). If the spring pressure reduces with time, the springs (2) can be re-tensioned as follows:

  • Removal

  • Assembly

  • Steering

  • The item numbers in brackets refer to the graphics of the knuckle in section 3.3 of the spare parts manual.

  • Installation

  • Fork

  • Carry out the measurement on a level surface (level to 1mm).

  • Fork

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  • Wheels / Load Wheels

Source: Clark

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