Alamo RHINO 95C user manual

User manual for the device Alamo RHINO 95C

Device: Alamo RHINO 95C
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Date of adding : 2014-11-10 16:24:41
Number of pages: 56
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95C
BACKHOE
Published 01/11 Part No. F-4145
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
This Operator's Manual is an integral part of the safe operation of this machine and must
be maintained with the unit at all times. READ, UNDERSTAND, and FOLLOW the Safety
and Operation Instructions contained in this manual before operating the equipment. C01-
Cover
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RHINO
1020 S. Sangamon Ave.
Gibson City, IL 60936
800-446-5158
Email: parts@servis-rhino.com
© 2011 Alamo Group Inc.
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TO THE OWNER/OPERATOR/DEALER All implements with moving parts are potentially hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded operator who recognizes the potential hazards and follows reasonable safety practices. The manufacturer has designed this implement to be used with all its safety equipment properly attached to minimize the chance of accidents. BEFORE YOU START!!Read the safety messages on the implement and shown in your manual. Observe the rules of safety and common sen

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY SECTION ............................................................................................................................... 1-1 General Safety Instructions and Practices ................................................................................................1-2 Connecting and Disconnecting Safety Instructions and Practices ............................................................1-5 Equipment Operation Safety Instructions and Practices ............

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LUBRICATION ..........................................................................................................................................5-4 LUBRICATION CHART .............................................................................................................................5-4 HYDRAULIC TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................5-5 VALVE SERVICE ...................................................

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SAFETY SECTION Safety Section 1-1

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SAFETY General Safety Instructions and Practices A careful operator is the best operator. Safety is of primary importance to the manufacturer and should be to the owner/operator. Most accidents can be avoided by being aware of your equipment, your surroundings, and observing certain precautions. The first section of this manual includes a list of Safety Messages that, if followed, will help protect the operator and bystanders from injury or death. Read and understand these Safety Messages before

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SAFETY SAFETY Never operate the Tractor or Implement until you have read and completely understand this Manual, the Tractor Operator’s Manual, and each of the Safety Messages found in the Manual or on the Tractor and Implement. Learn how to stop the tractor engine suddenly in an emergency. Never allow inexperienced or untrained personnel to operate the Tractor or Implement without supervision. Make sure the operator has fully read and understood the manuals prior to operation. (SG-4) Never

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SAFETY Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. (SG-31) The operator and all support personnel should wear hard hats, safety shoes, safety glasses, and proper hearing protection at all times for protection from injury including injury from items that may be thrown by the equipment. (SG-16) PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO LOUD NOISE MAY CAUSE PERMANENT HEARING LOSS

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SAFETY SAFETY For your protection while operating or servicing equipment, wear relatively tight and belted clothing to avoid entanglement in moving parts. Tie up and protect long hair that could become entangled in machinery. Remove all jewelry including necklaces, rings and watches which can get caught in machinery or on corners or edges of the equipment. Serious injury can result from entanglement with the machinery. (SG-42) Use extreme care when loading, carrying or handling any agricultural

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SAFETY Make sure all air is purged from the hydraulic system before using the Backhoe. Air in the system can cause the Backhoe to respond sluggishly or with unexpected movement. The air can be purged from the cylinder lines by fully cycling the cylinders several times from the fully closed to fully open position. Sudden or unexpected movement or dropping of the Backhoe and attachment could result in serious injury. (SBH-29) Never interfere with factory-set hydraulic calibrations. Any change

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SAFETY SAFETY Operate this Equipment only with a Tractor equipped with an approved roll-over- protective system (ROPS). Always wear seat belts. Serious injury or even death could result from falling off the tractor--particularly during a turnover when the operator could be pinned under the ROPS. (SG-7) Operate the Tractor and/or Implement controls only while properly seated in the Tractor seat with the seat belt securely fastened around you. Inadvertent movement of the Tractor or Implement

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SAFETY Do Not operate this equipment in areas where insects such as bees may attack you and/or cause you to lose control of the equipment. If you must enter in such areas, use a tractor with an enclosed Cab and close the windows to prevent insects from entering. If a tractor cab is not available, wear suitable clothing including head, face, and hand protection to shield you from the insects. Attacking insects can cause you to lose control of the tractor, which can result in serious injury or

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SAFETY SAFETY Avoid contact with hot surfaces including hydraulic oil tanks, pumps, motors, valves and hose connections. Relieve hydraulic pressure before performing maintenance or repairs. Use gloves and eye protection when servicing hot components. Contact with a hot surface or fluid can cause serious injury from burns or scalding. (SG-34) Avoid contact with hot surfaces of the engine or muffler. Use gloves and eye protection when servicing hot components. Contact with a hot surface or

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SAFETY Do not raise the Backhoe on a hillside. Do not transport across a slope with a raised Backhoe. When the Backhoe is raised, the center of gravity of the tractor and Backhoe is raised increasing the potential for the tractor to tip over. Tractor wheel contact with any wash out, drop off or the ground obstruction with a raised Backhoe could result in the tractor tipping over and causing serious bodily injury. (SBH-20) When the bucket is swung to the side of the tractor, it exerts a movement

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SAFETY SAFETY Transporting Safety Instructions and Practices Transport only at speeds where you can maintain control of the equipment. Serious accidents and injuries can result from operating this equipment at high speeds. Understand the Tractor and Implement and how it handles before transporting on streets and highways. Make sure the Tractor steering and brakes are in good condition and operate properly. Before transporting the Tractor and Implement, determine the proper transport speeds for y

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SAFETY This Implement may be wider than the Tractor. Be careful when operating or transporting this equipment to prevent the Implement from running into or striking sign posts, guard rails, concrete abutments or other solid objects. Such an impact could cause the Implement and Tractor to pivot violently resulting in loss of steering control, serious injury, or even death. Never allow the Implement to contact obstacles. (S3PT-12) Lower the Backhoe to the bed of the truck or trailer when tra

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SAFETY SAFETY Storage Safety Instructions and Practices Always lower legs and bucket to the ground and engage the swing lock when the Backhoe is not in use. (SBH-8) Always store in a stable position with the swing lock and lift ram strap engaged. (SBH-12) Do not remove the attachment from the Backhoe when the Backhoe is disconnected from the tractor. The attachment stabilizes the Backhoe. If the attachment is removed, the Backhoe will fall and could result in serious injury. (SBH-25 Never cra

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SAFETY Periodically inspect all moving parts for wear and replace when necessary with authorized service parts. Look for loose fasteners, worn or broken parts, and leaky or loose fittings. Make sure all pins have cotter pins and washers. Serious injury may occur from not maintaining this machine in good working order. (SG-21) Always maintain the safety signs in good readable condition. If the safety signs are missing, damaged, or unreadable, obtain and install replacement safety signs immedi

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SAFETY SAFETY Decal Location F-4145 01/11 Safety Section 1-15 © 2011 Alamo Group Inc.

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SAFETY ITEM PART NO. QTY LEVEL DESCRIPTION 1. 44901 1 OPERATION Right Side Stabilizer Position 2. 45970 2 WARNING To Prevent Bodily Injury 3. 44896 1 WARNING To Prevent Bodily Injury 4. 44897 2 DANGER Crushing Hazard 5. 44895 2 DANGER Crushing Hazard 6. 44900 1 OPERATION Left Side Stabilizer Position 7. 44907 1 WARNING To Prevent Instability 8. 44899 1 OPERATION Dipperstick & Bucket Operation 9. 44898 1 OPERATION Boom Operation 10. 54287 1 LOGO Rhino Logo 11. 48280 1 _________ Universal One Call


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