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Part No. 5070385-01 @May 1995
EXPLANATION OF TRUCK MODEL CODE
A - Premium
B - Standard
E - Electric
E R P 1 8 A T F E 48 V 2084
R - Sit Down Rider
P - Pneumatic
C - Cushion
RATED CAPACITY (in kg x 100)
L MAST CLOSED HEIGHT (mm)
V -Two Stage Limited Free Lift
F -Two Stage Full Free Lift
E -Three Stage Full Free Lift
- PLANT SOURCE
E - Europe
- SERIES CODE
A, B, C etc.
T - Three Wheel FWD
R - Three Wheel RWD
This Maintenance Manual is divided into major sections which are listed on this
page. Quick reference to these sections can be made by placing the right thumb on
the tab ofthe desired section, bending the book back and thumbing the pages to the
S ECTl 0 NS
GENERAL TRUCK AND LUBRICATION
TRAIL AXLE AND STEERING SYSTEM
BAlTERY AND CHARGING SYSTEM
USER SUPPORT INFORMATION
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
When lifting parts or assemblies, make sure that
all slings, chains, or cables are correctly fastened
and that the load being lifted is balanced. Make
sure that the crane, cables, and chains have the
capacity to support the weight of the load.
Do not lift heavy parts by hand. Use a lifting
Wear safety glasses.
DISCONNECT THE BATTERY CONNECTOR
before doing any maintenance or repair on
electric lift trucks.
Always use correct blocks to prevent the unit from
rolling or falling. See “How to Put the Lift Truck on
Blocks” in the OPERATOR’S MANUAL or
SECTION 2, GENERAL TRUCK AND
Keep the unit and working area clean and in order.
Use the correct tools for