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CROWN RC 5500 SERIES STAND-UP COUNTERBALANCED LIFT TRUCK (General Maintenance Instruction)

The CROWN RC 5500 SERIES STAND-UP COUNTERBALANCED LIFT TRUCK (General Maintenance Instruction) aims to maintain the quality of your lift truck. Keep your truck in prime working condition by using this procedure.
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04/26/2021

CROWN RC 5500 SERIES STAND-UP COUNTERBALANCED LIFT TRUCK (General Maintenance Instruction)

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The CROWN RC 5500 SERIES STAND-UP COUNTERBALANCED LIFT TRUCK (General Maintenance Instruction) aims to maintain the quality of your lift truck. Keep your truck in prime working condition by using this procedure.
  • WARNING! TO PREVENT RISK OF INJURY TO YOOURSELF AND OTHERS OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

  • Power industrial trucks may become hazardous if adequate maintenance is neglected.

  • Therefore, adequate maintenance facilities, trained personel and procedures should be provided

  • Maintenance and inspection shall be performed in conformance with the following practices:

  • A scheduled maintenance should be followed:

  • Only qualified and authorized personnel shall be permitted to:

  • Before leaving the truck

  • Before working on truck

  • Before starting to operate truck

  • Before operating truck:

  • Keep Shop :

  • Shall be inspected regularly and maintained in a safe operating condition.

  • All guards must be installed to factory configuration and condition before operating truck. Do not operate truck if any guard or fasteners are damaged, improperly installed or missing.

  • Do not operate truck if any guard or fasteners are damaged, improperly installed or missing.

  • Shall be maintained in conformance with good practice.

  • Modifications and additions which effect capacity and safe truck operation shall not be performed by the costumer or user without manufacturers prior written approval.

  • Adding electrical devices (radio , terminal , lights, etc.) or changing existing components or wiring can affect truck operation and could cause an accident.

  • For EE rated trucks, adding electrical devices could cause a fire or explosion , as well as void the EE rating.

  • For further information pertaining to operating and maintenance procedures:

Source: Crown

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