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RS 1300

SERVICE MANUAL
Advance model: 13300123, 13300167, 13300171, 13300172

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................................. 5
MACHINE LIFTING ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
MACHINE TRANSPORT ................................................................................................................................................................. 5
PUSHING OR TOWING THE MACHINE ......................................................................................................................................... 5
OTHER AVAILABLE MANUALS FOR RS 1300............................................................................................................................... 5
SAFETY ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 6
TECHNICAL DATA........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................................................11
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................................................. 12
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE ......................................................................................................................................... 12
MACHINE NOMENCLATURE ....................................................................................................................................................... 14

SWEEPING SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................................... 21


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 21
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................... 22
SIDE BROOM POSITION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................... 23
3RD BROOM POSITION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................ 26
3RD BROOM ARM SPEED CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................ 28
BROOM REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................................................. 29
SIDE BROOM SPEED CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................... 30
3RD BROOM SPEED CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ..................................................................................................................... 31
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT AT THE 3RD BROOM ARM ........................................... 32
3RD BROOM ARM SIDE BUMPER SPRINGS TENSION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ............................................................. 34
3RD BROOM ARM ROTATION CHAIN TENSION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ......................................................................... 35
3RD BROOM ARM END-OF-STROKE SENSOR CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT .......................................................................... 37
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT AT THE 3RD BROOM MOTOR...................................... 38

DUST AND DEBRIS COLLECTION SYSTEM .............................................................................................................. 41


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 41
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................... 43
HOPPER, FILTER AND SUCTION PIPE CLEANING, GASKET CHECK AND SUCTION FAN BEARING LUBRICATION ......... 45
SUCTION INLET AND SKIRT HEIGHT AND OPERATION CHECK ............................................................................................. 48
SUCTION INLET SIDE SLIDING BLOCK CHECK ........................................................................................................................ 51
SUCTION INLET WHEEL DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY................................................................................................................ 52
SUCTION INLET SLIDING PANELS DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................... 53
SUCTION INLET DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................................................. 54
SKIRT AND DEFLECTOR REPLACEMENT ................................................................................................................................. 56
SUCTION INLET SIDE SLIDING BLOCK REPLACEMENT.......................................................................................................... 57
HOPPER POSITION ADJUSTMENT............................................................................................................................................. 58
LIFTED HOPPER MICROSWITCH ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................................................... 61
HOPPER DOOR CLOSING ACTUATOR ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................. 62
SUCTION FAN MOTOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................. 64
SUCTION FAN AND BEARING DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ....................................................................................................... 66
SUCTION HOSE DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ............................................................................................................................. 68
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT AT THE SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT .................................. 69

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DUST CONTROL SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................... 71


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 71
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................... 73
NOZZLE AND FILTER CLEANING ................................................................................................................................................ 74
WATER FILTER CLEANING .......................................................................................................................................................... 77
WATER LEVEL SENSOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................ 78

STEERING SYSTEM ..................................................................................................................................................... 79


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 79
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................... 80
REAR AXLE TOE-IN ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................................. 81

BRAKE SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................................................... 83


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 83
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................... 84
BRAKE FLUID LEVEL CHECK...................................................................................................................................................... 85
PARKING BRAKE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT ........................................................................................................................... 86
PARKING BRAKE CONTROL CABLE REPLACEMENT............................................................................................................... 88
BRAKE SYSTEM CHECK ............................................................................................................................................................. 90
BRAKING MASSES REPLACEMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 91
BRAKE SYSTEM BLEEDING ........................................................................................................................................................ 93

DRIVE SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................. 95


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 95
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................... 96
LEFT DRIVE WHEEL SPEED SENSOR REPLACEMENT ........................................................................................................... 97
TIRE PRESSURE CHECK ............................................................................................................................................................ 98
REVERSE GEAR BUZZER CHECK AND REVERSE GEAR BUZZER ACTIVATION SENSOR ADJUSTMENT ......................... 99
WHEEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................................................ 102
DRIVE SYSTEM MOTOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY.............................................................................................................. 104
DRIVE PEDAL CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT .............................................................................................................................. 106
DRIVE WHEEL PRESSURE CHECK .......................................................................................................................................... 108

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ENGINE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 109


DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................................ 109
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................................110
ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK ........................................................................................................................................................110
ENGINE OIL CHANGE .................................................................................................................................................................110
ENGINE OIL FILTER CHANGE ....................................................................................................................................................110
ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL CHECK ............................................................................................................................................111
ENGINE AIR PRE-FILTER AND FILTER CLEANING/REPLACEMENT.......................................................................................112
FUEL FILTER REPLACEMENT ....................................................................................................................................................113
FUEL FITTING AND SCREW CHECK .........................................................................................................................................114
ALTERNATOR BELT TENSION CHECK/REPLACEMENT ..........................................................................................................114
RADIATOR FIN CLEANING CHECK ............................................................................................................................................114
ENGINE COOLANT LINE SLEEVE CHECK ................................................................................................................................114
ENGINE COOLANT CHANGE .....................................................................................................................................................115
ENGINE SPEED SENSOR REPLACEMENT ...............................................................................................................................116

CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM ................................................................................................................................... 117


DESCRIPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................117
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................................118
COMPRESSOR BELT TENSION CHECK ....................................................................................................................................119
COMPRESSOR BELT REPLACEMENT ..................................................................................................................................... 120
COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 121
CAB AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT.............................................................................................................................................. 123

OTHER SYSTEMS ....................................................................................................................................................... 125


NUT AND SCREW TIGHTENING AND LEAKAGE CHECK ........................................................................................................ 125
LUBRICATION ............................................................................................................................................................................. 126
CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT OF SENSOR FOR ENGINE START-UP INHIBITION WHEN THE DRIVE PEDAL
IS PRESSED ............................................................................................................................................................................... 130
DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY OF SENSORS FOR ENGINE START-UP INHIBITION WHEN THE DRIVE PEDAL
IS PRESSED ............................................................................................................................................................................... 131

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM................................................................................................................................................. 133


DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................................ 133
COMPONENT LOCATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 134
HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM .............................................................................................................................................................. 137
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................. 139
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL LEVEL CHECK ................................................................................................................................ 140
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL CHANGE ......................................................................................................................................... 141
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL SUCTION FILTER REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................... 142
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL DRAIN FILTER REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................... 143
DRIVE SYSTEM PUMP OIL FILTER REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................... 144
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL COOLER FIN CLEANING CHECK.................................................................................................. 145
STEERING CYLINDER DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................. 146
HYDRAULIC CYLINDER DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY............................................................................................................... 147
ACCESSORY SYSTEM DISTRIBUTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ......................................................................................... 149
3RD BROOM DISTRIBUTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION ......................................................................................................... 151
SUCTION FAN PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................................... 153
ACCESSORY AND 3RD BROOM PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY...................................................................................... 154
DRIVE SYSTEM PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY................................................................................................................. 155
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AT THE ACCESSORY SYSTEM DISTRIBUTOR.......................................... 156

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................... 159


DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................................ 159
COMPONENT LOCATION .......................................................................................................................................................... 160
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................................. 168
BATTERY FLUID LEVEL CHECK................................................................................................................................................ 172
FUSE REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................................................... 172
CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY REPLACEMENT ........................................................................................................................... 173
LOW BEAM AND HIGH BEAM ADJUSTMENT AND BULB REPLACEMENT ............................................................................ 175

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GENERAL INFORMATION
NOTE
Forward, backward, front, rear, left or right are intended with reference to the operators position, while on the drivers
seat.

MACHINE LIFTING
WARNING!
Do not work under the lifted machine without supporting it with safety stands.

MACHINE TRANSPORT
(See the Instructions for use Manual)
WARNING!
Before transporting the machine, make sure that:
All doors and covers are closed.
All moving parts are stopped.
The ignition key is removed.
The machine is securely fastened to the means of transport.

PUSHING OR TOWING THE MACHINE


WARNING!
When pushing or towing the machine, carefully follow the relevant instructions given in the Instructions for use
Manual. Failure to follow these instructions may cause damage to the machine.

OTHER AVAILABLE MANUALS FOR RS 1300


The following Manuals are available at Advance Literature Service Department:
RS 1300 Spare Parts List Advance Form Number 33018313
RS 1300 Instructions for use Manual Advance Form Number 33018312
RS 1300 Wiring Diagram Advance Form Number 33018287

SAFETY
The following symbols indicate potentially dangerous situations. Always read this information carefully and take all necessary
precautions to safeguard people and property.
DANGER!
It indicates a dangerous situation with risk of death for the operator.

WARNING!
It indicates a potential risk of injury for people.

CAUTION!
It indicates a caution or a remark related to important or useful functions.
Pay careful attention to the paragraphs marked by this symbol.

NOTE
It indicates a remark related to important or useful functions.

CONSULTATION
It indicates that it is necessary to consult the Instructions for use Manual before performing any procedure.

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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Specific warnings and cautions to inform about potential damages to people and machine are shown below.
DANGER!
This machine must be used by properly trained and authorized personnel only.
Moreover, the operator must:
Be 18 years or older
Have a driving license
Be in normal psycho-physical conditions
Not be under the effect of substances that alters the nervous system (alcohol, psycopharmaceuticals,
drugs, etc.)
Before performing any maintenance/repair procedure remove the ignition key, engage the parking brake and
disconnect the battery.
Do not wear jewelry when working near electrical components.
Do not work under the lifted machine without supporting it with safety stands.
When working under open hoods/doors, make sure that they cannot be closed by accident.
When performing maintenance procedures with the lifted hopper, fix it with the support rods.
Do not operate the machine near toxic, dangerous, flammable and/or explosive powders, liquids or vapors.
Be careful, fuel is highly flammable.
Do not smoke or bring naked flames in the area where the machine is refueled or where the fuel is stored.
Refuel outdoors or in a well-ventilated area, with the engine off.
Do not fill the fuel tank to the top, but leave at least 1.5 in (4 cm) from the filler neck to allow the fuel to
expand.
After refueling, check that the filler cap is tightly closed.
If any fuel is spilled while refueling, clean up the affected area and allow the vapors to dissipate before
starting the engine.
Avoid contact with skin and do not breathe in fuel vapors. Keep out of reach of children.
Do not tilt the engine too much to avoid fuel spillage.
During machine transportation, the fuel tank must not be full.
Diesel engine exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, an extremely poisonous, colorless, and odorless
gas. Do not inhale. Do not keep the engine running in a closed area.
Do not lay any object on the engine.
Before working on the diesel engine turn it off. To prevent the engine from starting accidentally, disconnect
the battery negative terminal.
See also the SAFETY RULES in the Diesel Engine Manual, which is to be considered an integral part of this
Manual.

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WARNING!
Carefully read all the instructions before performing any maintenance/repair procedure.
Take all necessary precautions to prevent hair, jewelry and loose clothes from being caught by the machine
moving parts.
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing cleaning procedures using
compressed air or water gun.
Avoid contact with battery acid, do not touch hot parts.
Do not leave the machine unattended with the ignition key inserted and the parking brake disengaged.
Do not remove or modify the plates affixed to the machine.
To drive on public roads, the machine must follow local licensing requirements.
The machine has been designed to be used as a sweeper, do not use it for different purposes.
In case of part replacement, order ORIGINAL spare parts from an authorized Dealer or Retailer.
The machine must be disposed of properly, because of the presence of toxic-harmful materials (batteries,
etc.), which are subject to standards that require disposal in special centers (see the Scrapping chapter in
the Instructions for use Manual).
While the engine is running the silencer heats up. Do not touch the silencer to avoid serious scalding or fire.
Do not run the engine if the oil level is low, to avoid damaging it seriously. Check the oil level with the engine
off and the machine on a level surface.
Do not run the engine if the air filter is not installed, to avoid damaging it.
The coolant line is pressurised; do not perform any check until the engine has cooled down and, even if the
engine is cold, the radiator plug must be opened with extreme care.
Only use original spare parts or parts of matching quality for the diesel engine. Using spare parts of lower
quality can seriously damage the engine.
See also the SAFETY RULES in the Diesel Engine Manual, which is to be considered an integral part of this
Manual.

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TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions and weights Values
Machine length 139,8 in (3.550 mm)
Machine length with rear pipe 147,6 in (3.750 mm)
Machine length with 3rd broom 156 in (3.960 mm)
Machine length with 3rd broom and rear pipe 163,8 in (4.160 mm)
Machine width 53,1 in (1.350 mm)
Distance between front and rear wheels 71,6 in (1.820 mm)
Front wheel base 44,9 in (1.140 mm)
Rear wheel base 42,3 in (1.075 mm)
Machine height with flashing light 92,7 in (2.355 mm)
Machine height with rain cap on muffler 86,6 in (2.200 mm)
Machine height with bend pipe on muffler 88,8 in (2.255 mm)
Minimum distance from the ground (skirts not included) 3,5 in (90 mm)
Maximum front working angle 15
Maximum dumping height 63,8 in (1.620 mm)
Front tires 195 R 14C 106/104N (8 PR)
Rear tires 23x8.50-12 (10 PR)
Tire pressure 72,5 psi (5 Bar)
Left/right broom diameter 25,6 in (650 mm)
Total machine weight, in running condition (without operator) 6.173 lb (2.800 kg)
3rd broom weight 331,0 lb (150 kg)
Total mass 8.818 lb (4.000 kg)
Machine tare weight 5.842 lb (2.650 kg)
Machine weight for shipment 6.019 lb (2.730 kg)

Performance data Values


Maximum forward speed (for transport only) 13,7 mph (22 km/h)
Maximum working speed 7.4 mph (12 km/h)
Maximum reverse speed 5,0 mph (8 km/h)
Gradeability at full load 24%
Minimum turning radius 138,8 in (3.525 mm)
Maximum side broom speed 80 rpm
Collection system Suction
Cleaning width with 2 / 3 brooms 63.0/89 in (1,600/2,260 mm)
Filtering system Metallic net
Sound pressure level at workstation (ISO/EN3744) at maximum working speed 83 dB(A)
Certified sound power (2000/14/EC) at maximum working speed 110 dB(A)
Hopper capacity 343,4 USgal (1.300 liters)
Hopper maximum load 2.425 lb (1.100 kg)
Dust control By water
Dust control system tank total capacity (no. 2) 60,8 USgal (230 liters)
Tail lights Road type
Transmission Hydrostatic servoassisted
Steering system On the rear axle, power assisted
Brake Hydraulic
Parking brake Mechanic
Controls Electrohydraulic

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TECHNICAL DATA (Continues)
D754 IE3 diesel engine data (*) Values
Make VM MOTORI
Type D754 IE3
Cylinders 4
Displacement 181,2 in3 (2.970 cm3)
Maximum speed 2.300 rpm
Maximum working speed 2.050 rpm
Maximum power 89,8 HP (67 kW)
Maximum torque 310 lbft (420 Nm) @ 1,000 rpm
Emissions EC/EPA - Step 3A
Idle speed 1.300 rpm
Engine coolant 50% of AGIP antifreeze and 50% of water
Antifreeze type AGIP Antifreeze Extra (**)
Engine oil type AGIP Sigma Super TFE 10W40 (***)
Engine oil pan capacity 16,5 lb (7,5 kg)
Consumption in running conditions during transport 2,5 USgal/h (9,5 l/h)
Consumption in running conditions during operation 2,4 USgal/h (9 l/h)

(*) For other diesel engine data/values, see the relevant Manual.
(**) See the coolant technical data and reference data tables below.
(***) See the engine oil technical data and reference data tables below.

AGIP ANTIFREEZE EXTRA SPECIFICATIONS Approvals and specifications


Boiling point F (C) 170 (338) CUNA NC 956-16 97
Boiling point in solution with 50% water F (C) 110 (230) FF.SS cat. 002/132
Freezing point in solution with 50% water F (C) -38 (-36,4) ASTM D 1384
Turquoise
Color /
blue
Density at +59 F (+15 C) kg/l 1,13

AGIP SIGMA SUPER TFE 10W40 SPECIFICATIONS Approvals and specifications


SAE QUALITY / 10W40 ACEA E4, E5, E7, B4
Viscosity at +212 F (+100 C) mm2/s 14,5 APICH-4, CF/SL
Viscosity at +104 F (+40 C) mm2/s 107 MAN M 3277 + M 3277 low ash
Viscosity at -13 F (-25 C) mm2/s 6.400 Mercedes Benz 228.5 + 229.1
Viscosity index / 138 MTU typ 3
Flash point COC F (C) 220 (428) VW 505.00 level
Pour point F (C) -27 (-16,6) RVI RXD
Density at +59 F (+15 C) kg/l 0,876 VOLVO VDS2
CAT-TO 2
ALLISON C-4
ZF TE ML 04C
DEUTZ DQC IV 05 level
ISOTTA FRASCHINI

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Refueling data Values
Fuel tank capacity 18,9 USgal (71,5 liters)
Hydraulic system oil tank capacity 11,9 USgal (45 liters)

Electrical system data Values


System voltage 12 V
Starting battery 12 V 92 Ah

Hydraulic system data Values


Maximum drive system pressure 3.626 psi (250 Bar)
Suction fan system maximum pressure 3.046 psi (210 Bar)
Maximum accessory system pressure 3,046/1.885 psi (210/130 Bar)
Hydraulic system oil viscosity [at ambient temperatures above +50 F (+10 C)] (*) 46 cSt
Hydraulic system oil type AGIP Arnica 46 (**)
Brake fluid type DOT4 (***)

(*) If the machine is to be used at ambient temperatures below +50 F (+10 C), the oil should be replaced with equivalent oil
having a viscosity of 32 cSt. For temperatures below +32 F (0 C), use oil with lower viscosity.
(**) See the hydraulic system oil technical data and reference data tables below.
(***) See the brake fluid technical data and reference data tables below.

AGIP ARNICA SPECIFICATIONS 46 32 Approvals and specifications


2
Viscosity at +104 F (+40 C) mm /s 45 32 ISO-L-HV
2
Viscosity at 212 F (+100 C) mm /s 7,97 6,40 ISO 11158
Viscosity index / 150 157 AFNOR NF E 48603 HV
Flash point COC F (C) 215 (419) 202 (395,6) AISE 127
Pour point F (C) -36 (-32,8) -36 (-32,8) ATOS Tab. P 002-0/I
Density at +59 F (+15 C) kg/l 0,87 0,865 BS 4231 HSE
CETOP RP 91 H HV
COMMERCIAL HYDRAULICS
Danieli Standard 0.000.001 (AGIP
ARNICA 22, 46, 68)
EATON VICKERS I-286-S3
EATON VICKERS M-2950
DIN 51524 t.3 HVLP
LAMB LANDIS-CINCINNATI P68, P69, P70
LINDE
PARKER HANNIFIN (DENISON) HF-0
REXROTH RE 90220-1/11.02

DOT4 SPECIFICATIONS Approvals and specifications


2
Viscosity at -40 F (-40 C) mm /s 1.300 SAE J 1703
Viscosity at +212 F (+100 C) mm2/s 2,2 FMVSS 116 - DOT4&DOT3
Dry boiling point F (C) 265 (509) ISO 4925
Wet boiling point F (C) 170 (338) CUNA NC 956 DOT4
Density at +59 F (+15 C) kg/l 1,07
Color / Yellow

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TECHNICAL DATA (Continues)
Climate control system data Values
Gas type Reclin 134a
Gas quantity 1.8 lb (0.8 kg)

Camera kit description (optional) (*) Values


Make Continental VDO -
LCD 5" color monitor
Type
Infrared color camera

(*) For other data/values of the optional equipment, see the relevant Manuals.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
In the environment where the machine operates, there must not be any danger of explosion.
To avoid inhaling exhaust gas, the machine must be used only where there is a proper ventilation.
The machine operates properly in the following environmental conditions:
Temperature: +14 F to +104 F (-10 C to +40 C)
Humidity: 30% to 95%, not condensed
Store the machine indoor, in a clean and dry place, protected from bad weather conditions and with the following values:
Temperature: +34 F to + +122 F (1 C to 50 C)
Humidity: maximum 95%, not condensed

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MAINTENANCE
The lifespan of the machine and its maximum operating safety are ensured by correct and regular maintenance.
WARNING!
See GENERAL INFORMATION and SAFETY paragraphs.

The following table provides the scheduled maintenance. The intervals shown may vary according to particular working conditions,
which are to be defined by the person in charge of the maintenance.
The instructions relating to the maintenance procedures given in the following table are described in the next paragraphs.

SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE


After Every 10 Every Every Every Every Every
Long
Maintenance 50 hours or 150 300 500 1.000 2.000
periods
hours before use hours hours hours hours hours
Engine oil level check
Hydraulic system oil level check
Engine air filter cleaning
Air filter cyclone block cleaning
Engine radiator fin cleaning/check
Engine coolant level check
Hydraulic system oil cooler fin check
Battery fluid level check
Hopper, filter and suction pipe cleaning, gasket check and fan
bearing lubrication
Water nozzle and filter cleaning
Brake fluid level check
Reverse gear buzzer operation check and sensor adjustment
Diesel engine start-up safety system check (8)
Engine fuel filter cleaning (1)
Engine radiator fin cleaning (1) (8)
Tire pressure check
Suction inlet and skirt height and operation check
Side broom position check and adjustment
3rd broom position check and adjustment
Hopper and suction pipe gasket wear check (8)
Coolant line check
Dust control system water filter cleaning
Alternator belt tension check (8) (8)
Climate control system compressor belt tension check (8) (8)
Parking brake check
Engine oil change (2) (3)
Diesel engine oil filter replacement (3)
Fuel filter element replacement (3)
Fuel pre-filter replacement (3)
Engine cylinder head tightening (7)
Lubrication (8)

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After Every 10 Every Every Every Every Every
Long
Maintenance 50 hours or 150 300 500 1.000 2.000
periods
hours before use hours hours hours hours hours
Engine coolant line check (8)
Hydraulic system oil suction filter replacement (8) (8)
Hydraulic system oil drain filter replacement (8) (8)
Engine fuel fitting and screw tightening
Glow plug check (7)
Injector check (7)
Engine air filter replacement
Climate control system air filter replacement
Alternator belt replacement (8)
Climate control system belt replacement (8)
Fuel tank cleaning (8)
Engine coolant change (4) (8)
Hydraulic system oil change (3) (8)
Starter carbon brush check (7)
Brake system check (8)
Turbocharger check (7)
Minor engine overhaul (5) (7)
Major engine overhaul (6) (7)

(1) Every 100 hours, for D754 IE3 engines


(2) For severe conditions, every 150 hours
(3) Or every year
(4) Or every two years
(5) After 4,000 hours
(6) After 8.000 hours
(7) Contact an authorized VM Motori S.p.A. workshop
(8) For the procedure see the Service Manual, at any Advance Service Center.

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MACHINE NOMENCLATURE
Throughout this Manual you will find numbers in brackets, for example: (2). These numbers refer to the components indicated in
these nomenclature pages. Refer to these pages whenever it will be necessary to identify a component mentioned in the text.

1. Cab 51. Diesel engine throttle lever


2. Left door 52. Windscreen wiper fluid tank
3. Hopper 53. Cab heater control knob
4. Diesel engine 54. Drivers seat
5. Suction fan 55. Drivers seat adjustment lever
6. Lifting hooks 56. Cab vents
7. Right door 57. 3rd broom tilting switch
8. Front fixed wheels 58. Hopper door opening/closing switch
9. Rear steering wheels 59. Suction fan/optional equipment switch
10. Right broom 60. Ignition key
11. Left broom 61. Dust control system water pump warning light
12. Suction inlet 62. Dust control system water pump switch
13. 3rd broom 63. Indicator light panel
14. Meter and control panel 64. Steering wheel
15. Rear steering axle 65. Drive pedal
16. 3rd broom arm (*) 66. Brake pedal
17. Rear suction pipe (*) 67. Combination switch
18. Left side upper panel door 68. Side brooms (first position) and 3rd broom (second
19. Right door fasteners position) switch
20. Right side upper panel door 69. Hazard warning light switch
21. Right door fasteners 70. Windscreen wiper motor
22. Hopper door 71. Windscreen wiper switch
23. Open door support rod 72. Suction inlet, brooms, hopper joystick
24. Lifted hopper support rods (applied) 73. 3rd broom joystick
25. Lifted hopper support rod fasteners (not applied) 74. Skirt lifting push-button
26. Left side lower panel door 75. Skirt lowering push-button
27. Right door fasteners 76. 3rd broom dust control system nozzle valve
28. Right side lower panel door 77. Side broom dust control system nozzle valve
29. Right door fasteners 78. Dust control system, suction hose and rear suction pipe (*)
30. Hydraulic system oil tank nozzle valves
31. Battery 79. Climate control knob
32. Climate control system condenser 80. Cab air flow control knob
33. Suction hose (from suction inlet to hopper) 81. Electrical components protection panel
34. Dust control system main tank 82. 3rd broom working light switch
35. Dust control system sub-tank 83. 3rd broom rotation direction selector
36. Fuel tank filler neck 84. 3rd broom shift selector
37. Hopper manual lifting hand pump (to be used in case of 85. Check engine warning light (high water temperature)
engine malfunction) 86. Hydraulic system oil high temperature and hydraulic
38. Hydraulic system oil drain filter system fault warning light
39. Hopper front suction hole cover 87. Warning decal
40. Dust control system water supply hose 88. Lifted hopper warning light (red)
41. Dust control system main tank float 89. High beam indicator light
42. Dust control system sub-tank float 90. Running light indicator light
43. Dust and debris suction filter 91. Turn signal indicator light
44. Inlet air breather filter 92. Battery warning light
45. Dust control system main tank plug 93. Engine oil pressure warning light
46. Hydraulic system oil cooler 94. Display scroll button
47. Hopper lifting device 95. Closed hopper door warning light
48. Engine air filter 96. Glow plug pre-heating warning light
49. Brake fluid tank 97. Parking brake warning light
50. Parking brake lever 98. Clogged engine air filter warning light
99. Water-in-fuel warning light
100. Display (**)

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MACHINE NOMENCLATURE (Continues)
101. Engine compartment panel 141. Front wheel lifting bracket
102. Cab air recirculation vents 142. Bracket mounting knobs
103. Headlights 143. Fuel filter
104. 3rd broom light 144. Engine coolant tank
105. Suction inlet light 145. Rear suction pipe dust control system nozzle valve
106. 3rd broom arm safety pin for machine transport 146. Hopper water drain hose
107. 3rd broom arm extension 147. Dust control system water level indicator
108. Left under-cab panel door 148. Accessory distributor pressure inlet
109. Under-cab door mounting screws 149. Drive system pump pressure inlet
110. Front towing hook 150. Right vent
111. Front skirt 151. Left vent
112. Flashing light 152. Ceiling light
113. Right under-cab panel door 153. Suction inlet and side broom lowering push-button
114. Under-cab door mounting screws 154. Suction inlet and side broom lifting push-button
115. Machine serial number 155. Hopper return push-button
116. Rear bumper bar 156. Hopper dumping push-button
117. Rear towing hooks 157. Suction inlet and side broom left shifting push-button
118. Rear fenders 158. Suction inlet and side broom right shifting push-button
119. Rear dumping shoot (open) 159. Hopper lifting push-button
120. Rear shoot side mounting knob 160. Hopper lowering push-button
121. Rear suction pipe cover 161. Safety push-button (press and hold it to enable the other
122. Rear suction pipe fasteners push-buttons on the joystick)
123. Rear suction pipe support arm 162. Electrical panel (***)
124. Inlet air breather filter hood fasteners 163. Drivers seat safety belt (*)
125. Lifted and dumped hopper 164. Emergency stop push-button (*)
126. High-pressure washing system hose with reel (*) 165. Serial number plate/technical data/certification marking (in
127. Suction fan compartment some countries, this plate is replaced by the diesel engine
128. Debris deflector serial number plate)
129. Suction filter fasteners 166. Suction fan pressure inlet
130. Support rod housings 167. 3rd broom distributor pressure inlet
131. Suction sealing gasket 168. Battery release device
132. Hopper support rod housing 169. Mounting knob
133. High-pressure water quick coupling (*) 170. F1.1 line fuse
134. Suction hose gasket 171. Hydraulic system oil tank drain plug
135. Suction hose (from suction inlet to hopper) 172. Fuel tank emptying plug
136. High-pressure water gun nozzle hose (*) 173. Battery hygrometer
137. High-pressure water gun (*) 174. Fuel pre-filter
138. Hydraulic system oil tank filler plug 175. Salt spreader enabling switch (*)
139. Hopper manual lifting hand pump lever 176. Snow brush enabling switch (*)
140. Hydraulic system oil level indicator
(*) Optional
(**) See the display functions below.
(***) See the electrical panel functions below.

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MACHINE NOMENCLATURE (Continues)

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R01 R03 R12 R13

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SWEEPING SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The sweeping system consists of:
A) Right broom
B) Left broom
C) Broom arms
D) 3rd broom
E) 3rd broom arm
F) The brooms (A) and (B) are supported by arms (C) which are fastened to the suction inlet frame.
The 3rd broom (D) is supported by the arm (E) which is fastened to the machine frame.
Broom rotation is activated by hydraulic motors, while lifting and side shifting by hydraulic cylinders.
All movements are controlled by one joystick in the drivers cab.
For proper sweeping and conveyance of dust and debris towards the suction inlet:
Broom height and tilting must be properly adjusted;
Proper brooms must be used according to the type of ground to be cleaned. The following types are available:
Polypropylene brooms
Polypropylene and steel brooms
Steel brooms
Nylon brooms

C
A
C B
E

D
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION!
Perform the tests when seated on the driver's seat or by simulating this configuration because the machine
is equipped with a safety system that stops the movement (machine in neutral) and disables the hydraulic
functions when the operator is not on the drivers seat for more than 3 seconds. The movement and the
hydraulic functions restarts automatically when the operator returns on the drivers seat. Only the suction fan
for the manual rear pipe, and the high-pressure pump for the washing system can be used in these conditions.

The brooms do not clean properly


Possible causes
1. The brooms are not properly adjusted (adjust).
2. The broom speed is not correct (adjust).
The brooms do not rotate
Possible causes
1. There are oil leaks from the hydraulic system hoses (replace the hoses).
2. The motors are faulty (replace).
3. The accessory pump does not pressurize the oil in the circuit (check the hydraulic system oil pressure).
4. There is no voltage at the solenoid valve (check the electrical system).
5. The engine speed is higher than 2,050 rpm.
6. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
The 3rd broom arm swings
Possible causes
1. The tensioning springs are not properly adjusted (adjust).
2. The end-of-stroke sensors are not properly adjusted (adjust).
The 3rd broom arm does not shift sideways
Possible causes
1. There is no voltage at the solenoid valve (check the electrical system).
2. The distributor is stuck (repair).
3. The cylinder gaskets are worn (repair the cylinders).
4. The safety pin is broken (replace).
The 3rd broom arms shifts too sharply
Possible causes
1. The double priority valve has not been properly adjusted (calibrate the valve).

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SIDE BROOM POSITION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
NOTE
Brooms of various hardness are available. This procedure is applicable to all types of brooms.

Check
1. Check the side brooms for proper height and tilting, according to the following procedure:
Drive the machine on a level ground.
While keeping the machine stationary, fully lower the side brooms and allow them to rotate for a few seconds.
Stop and lift the side brooms, then move the machine.
Check that the size and orientation of the prints left by the side brooms are as follows:
The right side broom must touch the ground along a circle arc (A) ranging from 11 oclock position to 4 oclock
position.
The left side broom must touch the ground along a circle arc (B) ranging from 8 oclock position to 1 oclock position.
Adjust the broom height when the prints are out of specification, according to the following procedure.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
Side broom height adjustment
4. On both sides of the machine, operate on the tensioning self-locking nut (C) of the spring (D) and consider the following:
To lower the broom, the nut (C) must be unscrewed;
To lift the broom, the nut (C) must be screwed.
5. Perform step 1 again.
Side broom forward tilting angle adjustment
6. On both sides of the machine, loosen the locknuts (E) and (F), then adjust the forward tilting angle (G) by placing a lever in the
hole (J) and turning the tie rod (I).
When the adjustment is completed, tighten the locknuts (E) and (F).
7. Perform step 1 again.
Side broom side tilting angle adjustment
8. On both sides of the machine, loosen the screws (K) and (L), then adjust the side tilting angle (H). When the adjustment is
completed, tighten the screws (K) and (L).
9. Perform step 1 again.
Side broom side position adjustment
10. The purpose of this adjustment is to improve the side position of the brooms as to the suction inlet (12).
11. To perform the adjustment, loosen/tighten the self-locking nuts (M) and/or (N), thus changing the side position of the brooms.
To have a optimum adjustment, the arms must be slightly tensioned outwards.
12. When the side brooms are too worn out, the adjustment is not possible; replace the brooms according to the instructions in the
relevant paragraph.

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E I J F

H G

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3RD BROOM POSITION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
NOTE
Brooms of various hardness are available.
This procedure is applicable to all types of brooms.

3rd broom position check


1. Check the 3rd broom for proper height and tilting, according to the following procedure:
Drive the machine on a level ground.
Start the machine and bring the 3rd broom arm (A) straight in front of the cab (as shown in the figure) as shown in the
Instructions for use Manual.
Keeping the machine stationary, fully lower the 3rd broom (B) and allow it to rotate for a few seconds.
Stop and lift the 3rd broom, then move the machine.
Check that the size and orientation of the print left by the 3rd broom is as follows:
The broom must touch the ground along a circle arc (C) ranging from 10 oclock position to 2 oclock position.
The broom forward tilting angle (D) must be 10 degrees approximately.
If necessary, adjust the broom according to the following procedure.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3rd broom height adjustment
4. Operate on the tensioning self-locking nut (E) of the spring (F) and consider the following:
To lower the broom, the nut (E) must be unscrewed;
To lift the broom, the nut (E) must be screwed.
5. Perform step 1 again.
3rd broom forward tilting angle adjustment
6. Loosen the locknuts (G) and (H), then adjust the forward tilting angle (D) by placing a lever in the hole (J) and turning the tie
rod (I).
When the adjustment is completed, tighten the locknuts (G) and (H).
7. Perform step 1 again.
8. When the side brooms are too worn out, the adjustment is not possible; replace the brooms according to the instructions in the
relevant paragraph.

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10 C 2
B

G I J H

E
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3RD BROOM ARM SPEED CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Speed measurement
1. When using the 3rd broom, if the 3rd broom arms shift too sharply, thus compromising the proper operation, adjust the speed
as shown below.
Speed adjustment
2. Remove the mounting screws (109), then remove the left under-cab door (108).
3. To change the 3rd broom speed the priority valve (C) must be calibrated.
4. With a 19 socket wrench loosen the locknut (A) on the valve (C) and with a 6 Allen wrench turn the screw (B) considering
that:
By tightening the screw (B) the speed increases;
By loosening the screw (B) the speed decreases.
Then tighten the locknut (A).
5. Perform step 1 again.
CAUTION!
The adjustment must be performed at one's own judgment, trying to find a compromise between the opening
and closing movement of the cylinder stem.

B
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BROOM REPLACEMENT
NOTE
Brooms of various hardness are available.
This procedure is applicable to all types of brooms.

CAUTION!
It is advisable to use protective gloves when cleaning the side brooms because there can be sharp debris
between the bristles.

1. Lift the brooms and engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Remove the centre screw (A), then remove the broom (B) to be replaced. Recover the key.
4. Remove the screws (D), then remove the flange (E).
5. Install the flange (E) and secure it on the new broom with the screws (D).
6. Install the new broom (B) with the key, then install the centre screw (A).
7. Adjust the broom height as shown in the relevant paragraph.

B A

D
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SIDE BROOM SPEED CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Speed measurement
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Connect a speed measurement indicator with a portable tachometer to the broom (10) or (11).
4. Start the machine and run the engine at 1,950 rpm (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual). In this condition, measure
the 3rd broom speed with the portable tachometer. Turn off the machine.
The broom speed must be: 80 rpm approximately.
If necessary, change the broom speed according to the following procedure.
Speed measurement
5. Remove the mounting screws (A), then remove the drivers seat support (B).
6. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (C) with the support (B).
7. To start the machine, the drivers seat microswitch connector must be short-circuited.
8. To change the broom speed, loosen the locknut (D) and turn the screw (E), in the seat compartment, considering the following:
To increase the speed, the screw (E) must be tightened;
To decrease the speed, the screw (E) must be loosened.
Then tighten the locknut (D).
9. Perform step 4 again.
Reset
10. Perform steps 5 and 6 in the reverse order.

B
A

E D

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3RD BROOM SPEED CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Speed measurement
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Connect a speed measurement indicator with a portable tachometer to the 3rd broom (13).
4. Start the machine and run the engine at 1,950 rpm (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual). In this condition, measure
the 3rd broom speed with the portable tachometer. Turn off the machine.
The 3rd broom speed must be: 60 rpm approximately.
If necessary, change the broom speed according to the following procedure.
Speed adjustment
5. Remove the mounting screws (109), then remove the left under-cab door (108).
6. To change the 3rd broom speed the priority valve (C) must be calibrated.
7. With a 19 socket wrench loosen the locknut (A) on the valve (C) and with a 6 Allen wrench turn the screw (B) considering
that:
To increase the speed, the screw (B) must be tightened;
To decrease the speed, the screw (B) must be loosened.
Then tighten the locknut (A).
8. Perform step 4 again.

B
A

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT AT THE 3RD BROOM ARM
NOTE
This procedure must be performed when 3rd broom arm functions are slow.

Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Use a pressure gauge (C) having a minimum scale of 2,175 psi (150 Bar) with capillary tube (A).
4. Remove the mounting screws (E), then remove the left under-cab door (D).
5. Connect the capillary tube (A) to the pressure inlet (B).
6. Measure the hydraulic system oil pressure with the pressure inlet according to the following procedure.
Pressure measurement
7. Start the machine (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual), shift the 3rd broom arm and check that the pressure
measured by the pressure gauge (D) is 1,450 psi (100 Bar) approximately. When the 3rd broom arm is fully opened (fully
shifted) and the command is repeated, the measured pressure is 1,885 psi (130 Bar).
If the pressure is normal, stop the 3rd broom arm shifting and turn off the machine.
If the pressure is higher or lower, it can be adjusted according to the following procedure, while keeping the 3rd broom
turned on.
Pressure adjustment
8. When working on the 3rd broom accessory distributor (F), unscrew the cap (G), then loosen the locknut (H) and slightly turn
the internal threaded dowel (I) to adjust the pressure, considering the following:
To increase the pressure, the dowel (I) must be screwed;
To decrease the pressure, the dowel (I) must be unscrewed.
9. Turn off the 3rd broom arm and turn off the machine.
10. Tighten the locknut (H) and screw down the cap (G).
Reset
11. Perform steps 3, 4 and 7 in the reverse order.

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3rd broom position check
1. Drive the machine on a level ground.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Start the machine, bring the 3rd broom arm (A) straight in front of the cab (as shown in the figure) and lift the broom (B) as
shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. Check the correct tension of the side bumper springs according to the following procedure:
Slightly press on the points (C) and (D) on the front end of the arm (A) and check that, when the arm is free, the springs (E)
and (F) are slightly tensioned.
If necessary, adjust the tension of the springs (E) and (F) according to the following procedure.
Side bumper spring tension adjustment
6. Loosen/tighten the self-locking nuts (H) and/or (G), to slightly tighten the springs (E) and (F).

F E B

C D

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3RD BROOM ARM ROTATION CHAIN TENSION CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Chain tension check
1. Drive the machine on a level ground.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Start the machine and bring the 3rd broom arm (A) straight in front of the cab (as shown in the figure) as shown in the
Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. Remove the screws (B), then remove the cases (C).
6. Set the 3rd broom arm to transport mode as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
7. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
8. Check that:
The chain (D) is loose;
The arm (E) does not touch the support (F) on the point (G).
If necessary, re-establish those conditions according to the following procedure.
Chain tension adjustment
9. Loosen the nuts (H) and (I), then loosen/tighten the shafts (J) and/or (K) of the hydraulic jacks, until the conditions shown in
step 8 are re-established.

B
C
B

C
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3RD BROOM ARM END-OF-STROKE SENSOR CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Check
1. Drive the machine on a level ground.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Shift the 3rd broom arm, as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, and bring the following sensors at the end-of-stroke,
then check that the distance of each sensor from the activating part is 0.039 in (1 mm) approximately:
S24: Right side rear end-of-stroke sensor (A)
S25: Left side rear end-of-stroke sensor (B)
S23: Right side front end-of-stroke sensor (C)
S22: Left side front end-of-stroke sensor (D)
S26: Left side shift end-of-stroke sensor (E)
S27: Right side shift end-of-stroke sensor (F)
If necessary, adjust the sensors according to the following procedure.
Adjustment
4. To adjust, unscrew/screw the locknuts (G) and (H), then move the sensor (I) to reach the distance indicated in step 3.

A B C D F E

I
H

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NOTE
The hydraulic system oil pressure adjustment at the 3rd broom motor must be performed if the speed decreases
abnormally when the broom is leaned on the ground.

Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Use a pressure gauge having a minimum scale of 2.175 psi (150 Bar) with capillary tube.
4. Disconnect the oil feed hose (A) from the 3rd broom motor (B).
5. Install a pressure inlet (C) on the same hose.
6. Connect the capillary tube (J) to the pressure inlet (C).
7. With the pressure gauge (D) measure the hydraulic system oil pressure at the 3rd broom motor according to the following
procedure.
Pressure measurement
8. Remove the screws on the holes (E), then remove the left under-cab door (K).
9. Start the machine and run the engine at 1,950 rpm (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual). In this condition, turn on the
3rd broom as shown in the Instructions for use Manual. Then check that the pressure on the pressure gauge (C) is 2,611 psi
(180 Bar) approximately.
If the pressure is normal, turn off the 3rd broom and turn off the machine.
If the pressure is higher or lower, it can be adjusted according to the following procedure, while keeping the 3rd broom
turned on.
Pressure adjustment
10. In the area of the door (K), calibrate the maximum pressure valve of the 3rd broom distributor (F), by removing the valve cap
(G), by loosening the locknut (H) and by slightly turning the threaded dowel (I) to adjust the pressure. Consider that:
To increase the pressure, the dowel (I) must be screwed;
To decrease the pressure, the dowel (I) must be unscrewed.
11. Turn off the 3rd broom and turn off the machine.
12. Tighten the locknut (H) and reinstall the cap (G).
Reset
13. Perform steps 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 in the reverse order.

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D
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5000
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J

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DUST AND DEBRIS COLLECTION SYSTEM
DUST AND DEBRIS COLLECTION SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The dust and debris collection system consists of:
A) Suction fan
B) Suction filter
C) Hopper
D) Suction hose
E) Suction inlet
F) Skirt
G) Gasket between suction inlet and hopper
H) Hopper door
I) Hopper suction hole
J) Open door support rod
K) Lifted hopper support rods
L) Lifted hopper support rods (not applied)
M) Lifted hopper support rod housings
N) Drain filter

The suction fan (A), activated by an hydraulic motor, creates vacuum inside the hopper (C). The vacuum determines the suction
capacity of the suction inlet (E) through the suction hose (D).

The hopper (C) is made of stainless steel and is fastened to the machine with hinges. Two hydraulic cylinders (O) allow hopper
lifting and two hydraulic cylinders (P) allow hopper tilting (dumping). The door (H), which can be opened with an electric control
system, allows for debris discharging.
Both the door (H) and the suction hole (I) are equipped with gaskets, which allow the suction inlet (E) to reach the maximum suction
capacity.
Inside the hopper there are two stainless steel filters having the following functions:
The suction filter (B) retains dust and debris during fan suction phase, and makes them settle in the hopper;
The breather filter (N) retains dust and debris escaped from the suction filter, and does not allow them to be discharged
externally.
Both filters can be easily removed and cleaned.

To perform checks and maintenance procedures safely with the hopper lifted and the door opened, perform the following
procedures:
Turn the rod (J) to lock the door (H) in open position.
Remove the support rods (K) from the position (L) and place them into the housings (M) to keep the hopper (C) in lifted
position.

The suction inlet is made of sheet steel and is equipped with two wheels, which allow it to follow the pattern of the surface to be
cleaned.
The suction inlet can shift on the right side, for machines with right-hand drive, and on the left side for machines with left-hand drive.
On its front side there is a skirt (F) that must be lifted to collect bulky debris.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION!
Perform the tests when seated on the driver's seat or by simulating this configuration because the machine
is equipped with a safety system that stops the movement (machine in neutral) and disables the hydraulic
functions when the operator is not on the drivers seat for more than 3 seconds. The movement and the
hydraulic functions restarts automatically when the operator returns on the drivers seat. Only the suction fan
for the manual rear pipe, and the high-pressure pump for the washing system can be used in these conditions.

The suction fan is noisy


Possible causes
1. The fan bearings are not sufficiently lubricated (apply grease).
2. The fan bearings are worn (replace).
3. The hydraulic motor is faulty (repair).
The suction fan turns but it is not efficient
Possible causes
1. The filters are clogged (clean).
2. The suction hose is clogged (clean).
3. The suction hose is cut/torn (replace).
4. The gasket between the suction inlet and the hopper is broken or misadjusted (replace or adjust).
5. There is no pressure at the suction fan motor drive pump (adjust the pump pressure).
The suction fan does not turn
Possible causes
1. The motor is faulty (replace).
2. The distributor is stuck (repair).
3. The pump is faulty (replace).
4. The hopper is lifted.
5. The upper door is open.
6. The engine speed is higher than 2,050 rpm.
7. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
The suction inlet does not collect debris efficiently
Possible causes
1. The suction inlet position is incorrect (check the suction inlet and skirt height and efficiency).
The suction inlet does not lift
Possible causes
1. There is an open in the electrical contact (repair the electrical system).
2. The distributor is stuck (repair).
3. The cylinder gaskets are worn (repair the cylinders).
4. There is no pressure in the hydraulic system (check the pump pressure).
5. The engine speed is higher than 1.500 rpm.
The suction inlet does not lower
Possible causes
1. There is no pressure at the check valve (check the suction fan distributor pressure).
2. There is no pressure at the distributor solenoid valve (check).
3. The brooms do not turn (check the electrical system).
4. The engine speed is higher than 1.500 rpm.
5. The suction fan is not turned on.
The suction inlet does not shift sideways
Possible causes
1. There is no pressure at the cylinder because of worn gaskets (repair the cylinder).
2. There is an open in the electrical contact (repair the electrical system).

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The skirt opening force is not sufficient
Possible causes
1. The skirt opening pressure is incorrect (adjust).
The hopper does not lift/dump
Possible causes
1. The distributor is stuck (repair).
2. The brooms are not turning.
3. The machine is not stopped.
4. The display is faulty or disconnected.
5. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
6. The drive pedal is pressed
The hopper does not lower/return to horizontal position.
Possible causes
1. The cylinder gaskets are worn (repair the cylinder).
The rear door does not open/close
Possible causes
1. There is no voltage in the actuator (repair the electrical system).
2. The actuator is faulty (repair/adjust the actuator cams).
3. The machine is not stopped.

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HOPPER, FILTER AND SUCTION PIPE CLEANING, GASKET CHECK AND SUCTION FAN BEARING
LUBRICATION
WARNING!
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing cleaning procedures using compressed
air or water gun.

Preliminary operations
1. Empty the hopper (3), drive the machine to a cleaning/washing appointed area, then engage the parking brake with the lever
(50).
2. Lift and dump the hopper (3), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
3. Install the door support rod (23).
Hopper cleaning
4. Clean the hopper (H) with pressurised water from a hydrocleaner (G).
5. Carefully check the suction sealing gasket (U) for integrity, and replace it if necessary.
Suction hose cleaning
6. Thoroughly clean the suction hose (R) inside, up to the suction inlet, with pressurised water.
7. Carefully check the suction sealing gasket (S) for integrity, and replace it if necessary.
Suction filter cleaning
8. Inside the hopper, remove the suction filter fastener (A).
9. Remove the suction filter (B).
10. Wash the deflector (C) and the fan (D) with pressurised water; check that all fan sectors (T) are clean.
11. Clean the suction filter (F) with pressurised water from a hydrocleaner (E).
12. Remove the door support rod (23) and lower the hopper (3) according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use
Manual.
13. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
Breather filter cleaning
14. With a ladder and the help of an assistant, disengage the fasteners (I) of the breather filter hood (J).
15. Open the hood (K) and install the safety pin (L).
16. Remove the mounting screws (M), then remove the breather filter (N).
17. Clean the breather filter (P) with pressurised water from a hydrocleaner (O).
18. Install the breather filter and its hood performing steps 14 to 16 in reverse order.
Suction fan bearing lubrication
19. Open the left door (18).
20. Lubricate the suction fan bearings with the grease nipple (Q).
Grease quantity to be applied:
4 - 5 pumping, in case of a manual pump.
15 - 20 seconds of injection, in case of an air pump.
21. Close the left door (18).

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LUBRICATION (Continues)

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LUBRICATION (Continues)

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SUCTION INLET AND SKIRT HEIGHT AND OPERATION CHECK
Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Lift the suction inlet (12), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
Suction inlet wheel check
4. Check that the three wheels (A) of the suction inlet are in good conditions and turn freely (they must not be bent/misshapen
because of bumps or excessive pressure, etc.). Check also that the rubber thickness (B) is not lower than some millimeters.
If necessary replace the wheels (A) (see the procedure in relevant paragraph).
Sliding panel check
5. Check that the main sliding panel (C) and the front sliding panels (D) and (E) are in good conditions and that their thickness (F)
is not lower than 0.19 in (5 mm), otherwise replace them (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
It is important to replace the sliding panels (C), (D), (E) when they are not completely worn, to avoid damaging the relevant
mounting screws and making them difficult to remove.
Replace the sliding panels (C), (D), (E) as a unit, to avoid steps in the union areas (G), caused by different levels of wear.
Suction inlet skirt, baffle plate and wheel adjustment check
6. Check the skirt (H) and the deflector (L) for integrity and heavy tears (I) or lacerations (J), which can affect the suction inlet
operation.
If necessary replace the skirt (H) and the deflector (L) (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
7. Drive the machine on a level ground and lower the suction inlet (12), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
8. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
9. Check that the distance (K) of the skirt from the ground is not bigger than 0.39 in (1 cm). Greater distances can affect the
suction inlet operation.
If necessary replace the skirt (H) (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
10. Check that all the wheels (A) contact the ground.
If the rear wheel does not contact the ground, or if it contacts the ground with too much force, adjust its height according to the
following procedure:
On both sides of the suction inlet, unscrew/screw the self-locking nuts (P) until the rear wheel reaches the correct position.
11. Also check that, when the three wheels (A) contact the ground, the sliding panels (C), (D), (E) do not touch the ground,
otherwise the wheels (A) must be replaced to avoid an excessive wear of the sliding panels (for wheel replacement procedure,
see the relevant paragraph).
12. The adjuster (M) is used to balance the suction inlet when it is lifted.
13. Start the machine as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, then check that the skirt (H) lifts freely. Check that it lifts
also when a force of some kg is applied (simulating to move bottles or other heavy objects that must then be collected). If
necessary, adjust the opening force of the skirt (H) according to the following procedure:
Do not turn off the machine but pay careful attention while performing this procedure.
Loosen the control valve locknut (N) and turn the screw (O) as necessary, reminding that:
The opening force decreases by loosening the screw;
The opening force increases by tightening the screw.
When the adjustment is completed, tighten the locknut (N).
Turn off the machine and remove the ignition key (60).
Reset
14. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.

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SUCTION INLET SIDE SLIDING BLOCK CHECK
Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Lower the suction inlet (12), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
Check
4. Check that the thickness of the suction inlet side sliding blocks (A), (B), (C) and (D) is not lower than some millimeters, and
that there is not an excessive play between the blocks and the sliding bar (E).
The excessive play can cause suction inlet instability during normal operation.
If necessary, replace the suction inlet side sliding blocks (A), (B), (C) and (D) (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
Reset
5. Lift the suction inlet (12), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.

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SUCTION INLET WHEEL DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Lift the suction inlet (12), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
4. Insert a safety stand under the suction inlet to avoid that it lowers by accident.
5. Remove the screws (B), then remove the wheels (A).
6. Install the new wheels (A) and fasten them with the screws (B).
NOTE
The rear wheel is smaller than the side wheel.

7. Remove the safety stand from the suction inlet.


8. If necessary, perform the suction inlet and skirt height and operation check (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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NOTE
To remove the suction inlet sliding panels, the machine must be lifted with an appropriate hoisting system. Otherwise,
remove the suction inlet assembly (D) as shown in the relevant paragraph. See the following disassembling procedures.

1. Place the machine on the appropriate hoisting system (if present) and lift it.
If the hoisting system is not available, remove the suction inlet assembly (D) (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove the mounting screws (E), (F) and (G), then remove the sliding panels (A), (B) and (C).
3. Install the new sliding panels (A), (B) and (C) and fasten them with the screws (E), (F) and (G).
4. Also check that, when the wheels (H) contact the ground, the sliding panels (A), (B) and (C) do not touch the ground, otherwise
the wheels (H) must be replaced to avoid an excessive wear of the sliding panels (for wheel replacement procedure, see the
relevant paragraph).
5. Perform step 1 in the reverse order.
6. If necessary, perform the suction inlet and skirt height and operation check (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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Disassembly
1. Remove the side brooms (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Move the 3rd broom (13) and lower the suction inlet (12), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
3. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. Mark the position of the hoses (A) and (B) (for proper assembly), then disconnect them from the suction inlet (C) and plug
them.
6. Mark the position of the hoses (D) and (E) (for proper assembly), then disconnect them from the suction inlet (C) and plug
them.
7. Disconnect the dust control system hoses (F) and (G).
8. Disconnect the connectors (H) and (I), then recover the gasket.
9. Remove the screws (L).
10. Slightly move the suction inlet (C) forward, and loosen the suction hose clamp (M).
11. Disconnect the suction hose (N) from the suction inlet.
12. On both sides of the suction inlet, unscrew the nuts (O) and disconnect the relevant springs.
13. Remove the suction inlet (C).
14. If necessary, collect the hoses (Q) disconnected from the suction inlet, and secure them with clamps (P). Also install a dust
boot to prevent dirt and foreign material from entering the hoses (Q).
Assembly
15. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
16. If necessary, perform the suction inlet and skirt height and operation check (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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SKIRT AND DEFLECTOR REPLACEMENT
1. Lower the suction inlet (12), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
4. Remove the clip (A) and the skirt (B).
5. Remove the screws (C), then remove the skirt (D).
6. Remove the screws (E), then remove the deflector (F).
7. Install the new skirt (D) and fasten it with the screws (C).
8. Install the new deflector (F) and fasten it with the screws (E).
9. Install the skirt (B) and the clip (A).
10. Lift the suction inlet (12), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.

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1. Remove the suction inlet (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove the screws (A) and the end plate (B) at the workbench.
3. Remove the shifting guide (C) from the suction inlet (D).
4. Remove the screws (E), then remove the guides:
Upper (F)
Lower (G)
Rear (H)
Front (I)
5. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.

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HOPPER POSITION ADJUSTMENT
Preliminary operations
1. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Open the right and left doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
Lowered hopper seating area check
4. Lift the hopper (3), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, and then lower it and check that the profiles (A) match the
seating area (B).
If necessary, adjust the seating area (B) according to the following procedure:
Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
Loosen the screws (C) so that the seating area (B) can be moved to match the position of the profiles (A).
Remove the support rods (24) and return them into position (D).
Lower the hopper (3), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, and lay the profiles (A) on the seating area (B) to adapt
the seating area position.
Tighten the screws (C).
Dumping end-of-stroke check
5. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
6. Dump the hopper (3), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, and check that, when the dumping end-of-stroke is
reached, there is no residual (torsional) movement of the hopper due to the thrust of one cylinder only.
If necessary, adjust the thrust cylinder alignment, according to the following procedure:
Loosen the locknut (F) and turn the rod (E) of the cylinder (right or left) as necessary. Then tighten the locknut (F).
7. Lower the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
Suction hose position check (with reference to the hopper)
8. Lower the hopper (3), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, and check that the hopper suction hole (G) match the
gasket (H) of the suction hose (I). If necessary, adjust the position of the suction hose (I) as shown in the following steps.
9. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
10. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
11. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
12. Loosen the screws (J) and adjust the position of the suction hose (I) on the suction hole (G). Tighten the screws (J).
13. If the operation on the screws (J) is not enough to adjust the suction hose position, loosen the screws (K) on both sides of the
machine and adjust the position of the hose (I) by moving the entire support (L).
14. Remove the support rods (24) and return them into position (D).
15. Perform step 8 again.
Reset
16. Close the right and left doors (20) and (18) by engaging the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.

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(24)

(24)

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LIFTED HOPPER MICROSWITCH ADJUSTMENT
1. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Open the right door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
3. Check that, when the hopper (3) is fully lowered, the lifted hopper microswitch (A) is deactivated (the warning light (88) must
be off).
4. Slightly lift the hopper (3), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual, and check that the lifted hopper microswitch (A)
activates (the warning light (88) must be on).
If necessary, adjust the position of the microswitch (A) by loosening the screw (B) and sliding the selector (C) as necessary.
Then tighten the screw (B).
5. Perform steps 3 and 4 again.
6. Close the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.

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HOPPER DOOR CLOSING ACTUATOR ADJUSTMENT
Preliminary operations
1. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Remove the screws (A), then remove the cover (B) and the gasket (C) of the actuator (R), under the rear side of the hopper.
Door safety hook closing
7. Turn the safety hook (D) of the door to closing position (as shown in the figure); in this condition, loosen the security dowel (F)
of the cam (G), and then turn the cam until the microswitch (H) activates.
Open safety hook warning light adjustment
8. When the safety hook (D) of the door (E) is turned to closing position (as shown in the figure), loosen the mounting screw (I) of
the cam (J), and turn the cam until the corner (K) causes the microswitch (L) to activate and the warning light to turn off.
Door safety hook opening end-of-stroke adjustment
9. Turn the safety hook (D) of the door to the opening end-of-stroke; in this condition, loosen the mounting screw (E) of the cam
(N), and then turn the cam until the microswitch (O) activates.
NOTE
To maximize cam adjustment consider the following:
The cam turns in the direction shown by the arrow (P) when the hook (D) opens;
The cam turns in the direction shown by the arrow (Q) when the hook (D) closes.
10. To check the cam proper adjustment, open and close the hook (D) several times.
Reset
11. Perform steps 3 to 6 in the reverse order.

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SUCTION FAN MOTOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the right and left side upper doors (18) and (20) by releasing the fasteners (19) and (21) with the supplied key.
4. With a ladder and the help of an assistant, disengage the fasteners (A) of the breather filter hood (B). On both sides of the
machine, loosen the screws (C) through the holes (L) and (D), then remove the hood (B).
5. Mark the position of the hoses connected to the fittings (E), (F) and (G) of the fan motor (H), then disconnect the hoses from
the fittings.
6. Remove the screws (I).
7. Remove the fan motor (H) with the joint (J).
8. If necessary, remove the components (E), (F) (G) and (J) at the workbench.
9. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.

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1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the right and left side upper doors (18) and (20) by releasing the fasteners (19) and (21) with the supplied key.
4. With a ladder and the help of an assistant, disengage the fasteners (A) of the breather filter hood (B). On both sides of the
machine, loosen the screws (C) through the holes (I) and the screws (D), then remove the hood (B).
5. Mark the position of the hoses connected to the fittings (E), (F) and (G) of the fan motor (H), then disconnect the hoses from
the fittings.
6. Disconnect the lubricating hoses (J) and (K) from the connections (L) and (M).
7. Remove the screws (N).
8. With an appropriate hoisting system, remove the suction fan motor assembly (O) by removing the silicone from the flange (P).
Sling the suction fan motor assembly (O) by placing a rope around the motor (H) and the fittings (E), (F) and (G).
9. At the workbench, remove the screw (Q), remove the fan (R) and recover the key (S).
10. If necessary, remove the components (V) and (W) and the pin (X), then remove the bearings (T) and (U).
11. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
Before assembling the suction fan motor assembly (O), clean the silicone application area and apply silicone on the flange
(P).

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Disassembly
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Remove the screws on the holes (B), then remove the right case (A).
4. Loosen the clamp (C) from the suction hose upper end (D).
5. Remove the suction inlet (F) (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph), then disconnect the suction hose (E).
6. Recover the suction hose (E).
Assembly
7. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
For a easier installation of the suction hose (G) into its upper end (D), apply a thin coat of grease on the sliding parts.

A B E F

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT AT THE SUCTION FAN CIRCUIT
NOTE
This check is necessary in case of malfunction of the suction system.

Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Use a pressure gauge having a minimum scale of 3,626 psi (250 Bar) with capillary tube.
4. Check the fan motor pressure with the pressure inlet (166).
5. Connect the capillary tube (A) on the pressure inlet (C).
6. With the pressure gauge (B) measure the hydraulic system oil pressure at the 3rd broom motor according to the following
procedure.
7. Measure the hydraulic system oil pressure in the suction fan circuit according to the following procedure.
Pressure measurement
8. Start the machine and run the engine at 1,950 rpm (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual). In this condition, turn on the
suction fan and check that the pressure measured by the pressure gauge (B) is 2,900 psi (200 Bar) approximately.
If the pressure is normal, turn off the suction fan and turn off the machine.
If the pressure is higher or lower, it can be adjusted according to the following procedure, while keeping the suction fan
turned on.
Pressure adjustment
9. Remove the screws on the holes (F), then remove the right case (E).
10. Loosen the locknut (G) in the area of the open cover (E), and slightly turn the threaded dowel (H) to adjust the pressure,
considering the following:
To increase the pressure, the dowel (H) must be screwed;
To decrease the pressure, the dowel (H) must be unscrewed.
If the pressure cannot be adjusted to normal values, probably the pump needs to be replaced (see the procedure in the
relevant paragraph).
11. Turn off the suction fan and turn off the machine.
12. Tighten the locknut (G).
Reset
13. Perform steps 3, 4, 5 and 8 in the reverse order.

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100 200

2000 3000
1000
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4000 300

5000
0
psi 5800
bar

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DUST CONTROL SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The dust control system consists of:
A) Water main tank
B) Water sub-tank
C) Tank plugs
D) Broom nozzles
E) Suction inlet nozzles
F) Suction hose nozzle
G) Rear suction pipe nozzle
H) Water filter
I) Water level indicator
J) Nozzle pumps
K) Side broom valve
L) Suction inlet and suction hose valves
M) 3rd broom nozzle
N) 3rd broom valve
O) Rear suction pipe valve

The water gun connected to the dust control system consists of:
P) Water gun pump
Q) Reel
R) Water gun

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DESCRIPTION (Continues)

A
C
F
Q

R O

J-P B

P
N
KL
E

M
I

C A B

H
O
G I
J

E
J L
K
E

N
P

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Q

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TROUBLESHOOTING
No water from the nozzles
Possible causes
1. The water filter is clogged (clean/replace).
2. The nozzles are clogged (clean).
No water to the nozzles
Possible causes
1. The water pump relay is burned (replace).
2. The pump does not work (repair/replace).
3. The engine speed is higher than 2,050 rpm.
4. The sub-tank water level is minimum.
5. One of the level sensors is faulty.
The water pump does not stop
Possible causes
1. The level sensor is stuck (repair).
2. The level sensor is not properly installed (reinstall).

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NOZZLE AND FILTER CLEANING
WARNING!
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing cleaning procedures using compressed
air or water gun.

Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
Cleaning of nozzles and filters on side brooms
3. Unscrew the ring nuts (A).
4. Clean the nozzles (B) and filters (C) with compressed air. Remove calcium deposits. If necessary, replace the filters (C).
5. Install the filters and nozzles, and secure them with the ring nuts.
Cleaning of nozzles and filters in the suction inlet
6. Operating on the suction inlet skirt (D), remove the clip (E) and pull out the skirt (F).
7. With a 0.055 in (14 mm) socket wrench (G), unscrew the nozzles (H) and remove the filters (I) on both sides of the suction
hose (check the actual position of the nozzles).
8. Clean the nozzles (J) and filters (K) with compressed air. Remove calcium deposits. If necessary, replace the filters (K).
9. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
Cleaning of nozzles and filters in the suction hose
10. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
11. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
12. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
13. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
14. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
15. Operating inside the suction hose (L), with a 0.055 in (14 mm) socket wrench, unscrew the nozzle (N) and remove the filter (O)
(check the actual position of the nozzle).
16. Clean the nozzle (N) and filter (O) with compressed air. Remove calcium deposits. If necessary, replace the filters (O).
17. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
18. Remove the support rods (24) and lower the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
Cleaning of nozzle and filter in the rear suction pipe (optional)
19. Loosen the clamp (P) and separate the rigid part of the rear suction pipe (Q) from the hose (R).
20. Operating inside the pipe (Q), with a 0.055 in (14 mm) socket wrench, unscrew the nozzle (T) and remove the filter (S) (check
the actual position of the nozzle).
21. Clean the nozzle (T) and filter (S) with compressed air. Remove calcium deposits. If necessary, replace the filter (S).
22. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
23. Install the hose (R) on the rigid part of the rear suction pipe (Q) and secure with the clamp (P).

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WATER FILTER CLEANING
WARNING!
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing cleaning procedures using compressed
air or water gun.

NOTE
When the filter is removed, the water inside the tanks comes out. It is advisable to perform this maintenance procedure
when the tanks are empty.

1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).


2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Operating over the right side of the rear axle, unscrew the water filter cover (A) and remove it together with the filter.
4. Separate the filter (B) from the cover (C), then wash and clean it. If necessary, replace the filter.
5. Install the filter and the cover.

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WATER LEVEL SENSOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
Sub-tank water level sensor disassembly/assembly:
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Operating over the rear axle, unscrew the water filter cover (A) and remove it together with the filter, and then drain the water
from the tanks (34) and (35).
4. Install the filter and the cover (A).
5. Locate the sub-tank level sensor (B).
6. Disconnect the electrical connection (E).
7. Loosen the nut (C) to release the expansion ring nut (D), then remove the sensor (F).
8. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
Place the sensor (F) on the tank housing so that the float (G) activates by turning upwards, as shown in the figure.
Main tank water level sensor disassembly/assembly:
9. Empty the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual; if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to
dump it.
10. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
11. Lift the hopper (3).
12. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
13. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
14. Open the left door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
15. For the sensor (H) of the main tank (34), perform steps from 5 to 7 again.
16. Pour water in the tanks (34) and (35), as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
17. Perform steps 10 to 13 in the reverse order.

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STEERING SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The steering wheel activates the steering gearbox, which controls an hydraulic cylinder that operates on the rear wheels assembled
on a steering axle.

The steering system consists of:


A) Oil pump
B) Priority valve
C) Steering gearbox
D) Rear wheel control hydraulic cylinder
E) Hydraulic system oil tank
F) Hydraulic system hoses

F A

C D

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TROUBLESHOOTING
The machine does not move straightforward
Possible causes
1. The rear axle toe-in is incorrect (adjust).
The steering is hard
Possible causes
1. The steering gearbox is faulty (replace).
2. The priority valve is faulty (replace).
3. The rear wheel hydraulic control cylinder is faulty (replace).

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REAR AXLE TOE-IN ADJUSTMENT
1. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground and keep the rear wheels (A) in a straightforward position, then engage the
parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Prepare two metal plates (B) to be used as reference lines. The plates must be a little longer than the wheel diameter.
4. Place the plates (B) on the external surface of the wheels (A), at the centre of the wheels and parallel to the ground, as shown
in the figure.
Do not place the plates (B) where the tire surface is irregular.
5. Keeping the plates (B) in the above-mentioned position, check that the distances (E) and (F), measured on the front and on
the back of the wheels (A), are the same. A maximum difference of 0,15 in (4 mm) between the two distances is admitted. If
necessary, adjust the distances by loosening the nuts (D) and turning the tie rods (C). Then tighten the nuts (D).

B
A

F
D
E
C

C
D

A
B
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BRAKE SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The machine is equipped with an hydraulic brake system controlled by pedal, which actuates on the drum brakes of the front
wheels.
The brake system consists of:
A) Brake pedal
B) Brake fluid pump
C) Hydraulic system oil tank
D) Cylinders
E) Pipes

The parking brake is mechanic, manually controlled, and actuates on the drum brakes of the front wheels.

The parking brake consists of:


F) Parking brake lever
G) Link
H) Control cable
I) Drum brakes

C F
C A

A
G

H
B B

E E

D
H
D

I
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The machine brake system is not efficient
Possible causes
1. The brake fluid is insufficient (check the fluid level).
2. The brake fluid pump is faulty (overhaul).
3. There is air in the system (bleed).
4. The drum brake cylinder is faulty (replace).
5. The braking masses are worn or greasy (replace).
The parking brake is not efficient
Possible causes
1. The brake is misadjusted (adjust).

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BRAKE FLUID LEVEL CHECK
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Check the fluid level (B) in the tank (A). The level must be at 0.4 in (1 cm) from the tank filler neck; if necessary, top up using
the same type of fluid that is in the line.
Type of fluid used: DOT4.

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PARKING BRAKE CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Check
1. Engage the parking brake lever (50) and check for proper operation. Check also that the brake operates in the same way on
both the front wheels.
If necessary, adjust the parking brake according to the following procedure.
Adjustment
2. Ensure that the machine cannot move even if the parking brake lever (50) is not engaged.
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
4. Remove the mounting screws (A), then remove the drivers seat support (B).
5. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (C) with the support (B).
6. Operating in the drivers seat compartment, adjust the parking brake control cables according to the following procedure
depending on the type of adjustment (same adjustment for both wheels, or adjustment of one wheel only if braking is
unbalanced):
To adjust both cables (I) in the same way: loosen the locknuts (D) and operate on the tie rod (C), then tighten the locknuts
(D); or loosen the locknuts (G) and (H), give the tie rods (E) and (F) the same number of turns, then tighten the locknuts
(G) and (H).
To adjust just one of the cables (I): loosen the locknuts (G) or (H), turn the tie rods (E) or (F), then tighten the locknuts (G)
or (H).
7. If necessary, it is also possible to loosen the locknuts (K) and operate on the adjuster (J) located under the parking brake lever
(50). Then tighten the locknuts (K). To reach the adjuster (J), remove the screws on the holes (M), then remove the right cover
(L).
8. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.

B
A
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PARKING BRAKE CONTROL CABLE REPLACEMENT
1. Remove the mounting screws (A), then remove the drivers seat support (B).
2. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch (if equipped), then remove the drivers seat (C) with the
support (B).
3. Remove the front wheel (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph). Place safety stands under the machine side sill, on the
side where the wheel has been removed.
4. Disconnect the parking brake cable (D) from the bracket (E) by disengaging the left or right clip (F).
5. Remove the screws from the holes (G).
6. Insert into the holes (H) two M10 x 60 screws (I) (to be used as pullers) and tighten them simultaneously to remove the drum
(J).
7. Remove the fasteners (K) behind the springs (L).
8. Disconnect the springs (M) on the hooks (N).
9. Remove the shoes (O) by disengaging the springs (L).
10. Disconnect the parking brake cable (P) from the lever (Q).
11. Install the components by performing steps from 3 to 10 in the reverse order.
12. Adjust the parking brake (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

C F

B
E
A

I G J
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BRAKE SYSTEM CHECK
1. Check the brake fluid level (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Press the brake pedal (66) several times, and check that brakes operate properly.
3. Check that there are no leaks from the brake system.
4. If necessary, check/replace the brakes (see the procedure in relevant paragraph).
5. If necessary, bleed the brake system (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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BRAKING MASSES REPLACEMENT
1. Remove the mounting screws (A), then remove the drivers seat support (B).
2. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (C) with the support (B).
3. Remove the front wheel (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph). Place safety stands under the machine side sill, on the
side where the wheel has been removed.
4. Disconnect the parking brake cable (D) from the bracket (E) by disengaging the left or right clip (F).
5. Remove the screws from the holes (G).
6. Insert into the holes (H) two M10 x 60 screws (I) (to be used as pullers) and tighten them simultaneously to remove the drum
(J).
7. Remove the fasteners (K) behind the springs (L).
8. Disconnect the springs (M) on the hooks (N).
9. Remove the shoes (O) by disengaging the springs (L).
10. Disconnect the parking brake cable (P) from the lever (Q).
11. Recover the braking masses (R).
12. Install the components by performing steps from 3 to 11 in the reverse order.
13. Adjust the parking brake (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

C F

B
E
A

I G J
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L M
O N N O

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BRAKE SYSTEM BLEEDING
WARNING!
Brake system bleeding must be always performed with the system opened.
It must also be performed on both front wheels.

1. Check the brake fluid level (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove one of the front wheels (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
3. Place safety stands under the machine side sill, on the side where the wheel has been removed.
4. Remove the brake system bleed valve plug (A) and connect the pipe (B) to bleed the fluid.
5. Press the brake pedal (66) until the pedal resistance increases. In this condition, keep the pedal pressed and unscrew the
valve (A) slightly. Let the oil and air bleed from the pipe (B) into the container (C) until no more air comes out, but oil only. Then
screw down the valve (A) and release the brake pedal (66).
6. Perform steps 2 to 4 in the reverse order.
7. Bleed the brake system also on the other front wheel, by performing steps from 2 to 6 again.

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DRIVE SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The drive pedal controls two independent drive system hydraulic motors applied to the front wheels.
Front and rear wheels are pneumatic.

The drive system consists of:


A) Drive pedal
B) Right drive system motor
C) Left drive system motor
D) Drive system pump
E) Hydraulic system oil tank
F) Hoses
G) Left drive wheel speed sensor
H) Drive system safety solenoid valve

A B D
H

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TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION!
Perform the tests when seated on the driver's seat or by simulating this configuration because the machine
is equipped with a safety system that stops the movement (machine in neutral) and disables the hydraulic
functions when the operator is not on the drivers seat for more than 3 seconds. The movement and the
hydraulic functions restarts automatically when the operator returns on the drivers seat. Only the suction fan
for the manual rear pipe, and the high-pressure pump for the washing system can be used in these conditions.

The speedometer always indicates speed 0 even if the machine is moving


Possible causes
1. The left drive wheel speed sensor is faulty.
The machine stability is reduced
Possible causes
1. The tires are not properly inflated (check tire pressure).
The rear axle is noisy
Possible causes
1. The wheel bearings are worn (replace).
The machine power is reduced
Possible causes
1. The drive system motors are worn (replace).
2. The drive pedal is faulty (replace).
3. The drive system pump power decreases (check the oil pressure at the drive system pump).
4. The by-pass is open (check by-pass screw tightness).
The machine does not move.
Possible causes
1. The drive system pump deactivation screw for machine pushing/towing is unscrewed (screw down).
2. There are oil leaks from the hydraulic system (repair).
3. The drive system pump is faulty (replace).
4. The drive system motor is faulty (replace).
5. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
6. The drive system safety solenoid valve is faulty (replace).
The machine moves even if the drive pedal is released
Possible causes
1. The drive pedal is misadjusted (adjust).

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LEFT DRIVE WHEEL SPEED SENSOR REPLACEMENT
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Disassemble the left front wheel as shown in the paragraph Wheel Disassembly/Assembly.
4. Remove the connector from the end of the cable of the engine speed sensor (A).
5. With a 17 wrench, loosen the ring nut (B) and remove it.
6. With a screwdriver (C) slightly tap upwards on the ogive (D) of the sensor (A).
7. Remove the sensor and replace it.
8. To replace, perform steps 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 in the reverse order.

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TIRE PRESSURE CHECK
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. The tire pressure should be as follows:
Front tires: 72,5 psi (5 Bar)
Rear tires: 72,5 psi (5 Bar)

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REVERSE GEAR BUZZER CHECK AND REVERSE GEAR BUZZER ACTIVATION SENSOR
ADJUSTMENT
Check
1. Check that, when the machine moves in reverse, the relevant buzzer sounds.
If necessary, adjust the relevant sensor according to the following procedure.
Adjustment
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
4. Check that the surface (A) of the sensor (B) is flush with the surface (C) of the drive pedal.
If necessary, loosen the sensor mounting nut (D) and adjust the sensor position. When the adjustment is completed, tighten
the nut (D).
5. Check that the distance between the sensor surface (A) and the bracket (E) is within 0,059 and 0,098 in (1.5 and 2.5 mm).
When checking, move the drive pedal (F) towards the bracket (E) to cancel the drive pedal end play.
If necessary, loosen the nuts (G) and the nut (H), and adjust the position of the bracket (E). When the adjustment is completed,
tighten the nuts (G) and (H).
6. Perform step 1 again.

A C

E G H G F
D B

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REVERSE GEAR BUZZER SENSOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (Continues)
Disassembly
1. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Remove the steering column rear cover (A), by removing the mounting screws (B).
4. Disconnect the reverse gear buzzer activation sensor connector (C). Disconnect the sensor harness (E) from the clamps.
5. Remove four mounting screws (H) of the drive pedal (F).
6. Slightly lift the drive pedal (F) and remove the mounting nut (G) of the sensor (D).
7. Remove the sensor (D), the harness (E) and the connector.
Assembly
8. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
9. Adjust the reverse gear buzzer activation sensor (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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WHEEL REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
Preliminary operations
1. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Check that the machine cannot move with one wheel lifted (the parking brake operates only on the front wheels). If necessary
keep the machine stationary by placing wedges on the wheels contacting the ground.
4. Remove the wheel according to the following procedure.
Rear wheel removal/installation
5. Place the jack (G) (not equipped) under the relevant housing (J) in the rear axle (H), as shown in the figure.
6. Carefully activate the jack (G), and lift the wheel (I) until it is slightly detached from the ground.
7. Remove the mounting nuts, then remove the wheel (I).
8. Install the wheel (I) by performing steps from 5 to 7 in the reverse order.
Wheel mounting nut tightening torque: 295 lbft (400 Nm).
Front wheel removal/installation
9. Open the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
10. Unscrew the knobs (A) and remove the machine lifting bracket (B).
11. Near the wheel to be removed (F), place the lifting bracket (B) on the bosses (C) of the machine frame as shown in the figure,
then secure it with the split pin (D). Then place a jack (E) (not equipped) under the bracket (B), as shown in the figure.
12. Carefully activate the jack (E), and lift the wheel (F) until it is slightly detached from the ground.
13. Remove the mounting nuts, then remove the wheel (F).
14. Install the wheel (F) by performing steps from 9 to 13 in the reverse order.
Wheel mounting nut tightening torque: 295 lbft (400 Nm).

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B

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DRIVE SYSTEM MOTOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Remove the suction inlet (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove the front wheel (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph). Place safety stands under the machine side sill, on the
side where the wheel has been removed.
3. Remove the mounting screws (A), then remove the drivers seat support (B).
4. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (C) with the support (B).
5. Disconnect the parking brake cable (D) from the bracket (E) by disengaging the left or right clip (F).
6. Disconnect the brake system pipe (G) from the brake assembly (H) and plug them immediately.
7. Disconnect the hoses (I) from the drive system motor (L) and plug them immediately.
8. Only for the left drive wheel, disconnect the speedometer sensor cable (M) named X13.
9. Remove five screws (M), then remove the drive system motor (L) together with the brake.
10. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
Before assembling the wheel, bleed the brake system (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
11. Check the brake system (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
12. Adjust the parking brake (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

F
C

B
A X13
E

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DRIVE SYSTEM MOTOR DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY (Continues)

M L
G

L
H

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DRIVE PEDAL CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT
Check
1. Drive the machine on a level and smooth ground, and, with the engine on, check that the machine does not move forward or
backward when the drive pedal (65) is not pressed.
If the machine moves, even though slightly, check the drive pedal, according to the following procedure.
Drive pedal check
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position.
4. Check that the drive pedal (65) turns freely on its shaft and that it does not bind/slow down, which may prevent the pedal from
resuming the neutral position.
If necessary, remove the possible cause for binding/slowing down, then repeat step 1.
If the problem persists, adjust the drive system pump as shown below.
Drive system pump adjustment
5. Disengage the parking brake with the lever (50).
6. Stop the left front wheel with two wedges (A).
7. Remove the right front wheel as shown in the relevant paragraph.
8. Place safety stands under the machine side sill, on the side where the wheel has been removed.
9. Start the engine.
WARNING!
When the diesel engine is running, the wheel hub (B) can be rotating.

10. Check that the machine is in the following conditions:


Diesel engine is running
Drive pedal (65) is not pressed
Brakes and parking brake are not activated
In these conditions, operating on the drive system pump (C), loosen the locknut (D) then turn the threaded dowel (E) clockwise
or counter-clockwise, until the hub (B) stops.
Tighten the locknut (D).
11. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
12. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position.
13. Perform steps 6 to 8 in the reverse order.
14. Perform step 1 again.

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DRIVE PEDAL CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT (Continues)

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DRIVE WHEEL PRESSURE CHECK
Check
1. Use a pressure gauge having a minimum scale of 3,626 psi (250 Bar) with capillary tube.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground.
3. Place wedges in front of the front wheels.
4. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
5. Remove the mounting screws (A), then remove the support (B) of the drivers seat (C).
6. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (C) with the support (B).
7. To start the machine, the drivers seat microswitch connector must be short-circuited.
8. Check the drive wheel pressure with the pressure inlet (149).
9. Connect the capillary tube (E) on the pressure inlet (D).
10. With the pressure gauge (F) measure the pressure of the oil coming out of the drive system pump at the drive wheel as shown
below.
Pressure measurement
11. Start the machine and run the engine at 1,950 rpm (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual). In this condition, slowly press
the forward gear pedal, then check that the pressure measured by the pressure gauge (F) is 2,900-3,626 psi (200-250 Bar)
approximately.
If the pressure is normal, the drive system pump operates properly.
If the pressure is higher or lower, the drive system pump can be faulty.

F
A
100 200

2000 3000
1000
DIN16007
4000 300

5000
0
psi 5800
bar

B A

D
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ENGINE
ENGINE
DESCRIPTION
The machine is equipped with a diesel engine, which activates the hydraulic system pumps.
For diesel engine data see the "Technical data" chapter and the Diesel Engine Manual.

The following pumps are connected to the engine:


A) Accessory pump
B) 3rd broom pump
C) Drive system pump
D) Suction fan pump

The fuel filter is located on the machine frame.

For machines equipped with climate control system, besides the alternator control pulley, there is also the compressor control
pulley.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
The diesel engine does not start
Possible causes
1. The drive pedal is pressed (release).
2. The sensor for engine start-up inhibition is misadjusted/broken (adjust/replace).
3. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
4. The driver's seat microswitch is faulty.
5. The engine speed sensor is faulty.
6. The batteries are discharged.
NOTE
For diesel engine complete troubleshooting, see the relevant Manual.

ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK


1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
4. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
5. Check the oil level as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
6. Perform steps 3 and 4 in the reverse order.

ENGINE OIL CHANGE


1. Empty the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual; if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to
dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Lift the hopper (3).
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
7. Remove the screws and the engine compartment panel (101).
8. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
9. Change oil as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
10. Perform steps 3 to 8 in the reverse order.

ENGINE OIL FILTER CHANGE


NOTE
This procedure must be performed when the engine oil has been drained.

1. Empty the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual; if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to
dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Lift the hopper (3).
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
7. Remove the screws and the engine compartment panel (101).
8. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
9. Replace the oil filters as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
10. Perform steps 3 to 8 in the reverse order.

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ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL CHECK
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. With a suitable ladder, reach the engine coolant tank (144).
WARNING!
The coolant line is pressurised; do not perform any check until the engine has cooled down and, even if the
engine is cold, the tank plug (B) must be opened with extreme care.

4. Check that the coolant level in the tank (A) is between the minimum and maximum marks, as shown in the Diesel Engine
Manual. If necessary, unscrew the plug (B) and top up.
Coolant components:
50% of AGIP ANTIFREEZE EXTRA
50% of water
Always use the recommended antifreeze or equivalent. For AGIP ANTIFREEZE EXTRA data, refer to the paragraph Technical
Data.
After top up, tighten the plug (B).

B A

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ENGINE AIR PRE-FILTER AND FILTER CLEANING/REPLACEMENT
WARNING!
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing cleaning operations using compressed air
gun.

Preliminary operations
1. Lift the hopper and engage the support rods as shown in the relevant paragraph.
2. Engage the parking brake (50).
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
4. Remove the engine case (101) by unscrewing the two mounting knobs (169).
Filter cleaning/replacement
5. On the left side of the machine, release the 4 side fasteners (A) and remove the cover (B).
6. Remove the plastic frame with the filter element (C).
7. Remove the filter element (D) from the plastic frame (E) disposed of according to the environmental laws in force.
8. Remove the secondary filter element (F) by pulling the built-in handles.
9. With compressed air (maximum 87.0 psi [6 Bar]), clean the filter elements (D) and (F) carefully, blowing from the inside to the
outside (in the opposite direction of the suction flow).
10. If necessary, replace the filter elements and dispose of them properly according to the environmental laws in force.
11. Install the filter elements (D) and (F) by performing steps 5, 6, 7 and 8 in the reverse order.
12. When the cyclone block (G) is to be cleaned, remove the mounting screw (H) from the threaded insert (I) and then remove the
cyclone block (G) from its housing (J).
13. Clean the cyclone block (G) with compressed air or water.
14. Install the cyclone block (G).

C D
B
A

J
F
H

I
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FUEL FILTER REPLACEMENT
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
4. Open the right side lower door (28) by releasing the fasteners (29) with the supplied key.
5. Disconnect the water-in-fuel sensor connector (B).
6. Replace the fuel filter (A) as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual. Install the sensor (C) on the new filter.
7. Replace the fuel pre-filter (D) at the same intervals. Proceed as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
8. Perform steps 3 to 5 in the reverse order.

D
A

B
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FUEL FITTING AND SCREW CHECK
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
4. Open the right side lower door (28) by releasing the fasteners (29) with the supplied key.
5. Check the fuel fittings and screws as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
6. Perform steps 3 and 4 in the reverse order.

ALTERNATOR BELT TENSION CHECK/REPLACEMENT


1. Empty the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual; if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to
dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Lift the hopper (3).
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
7. Remove the screws and the engine compartment panel (101).
8. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
9. Remove the batteries (31).
10. Check and, if necessary, adjust the alternator belt tension, or replace the belt, as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
11. Perform steps 3 to 9 in the reverse order.

RADIATOR FIN CLEANING CHECK


1. Empty the hopper (3) as shown in the Instructions for use Manual; if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to
dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Lift the hopper (3).
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
7. Remove the screws and the engine compartment panel (101).
8. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
9. Check the radiator fin cleaning as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
10. Perform steps 3 to 8 in the reverse order.

ENGINE COOLANT LINE SLEEVE CHECK


1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
7. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
8. Remove the screws and the engine compartment panel (101).
9. Check the coolant line sleeves as shown in the Diesel Engine Manual.
10. Perform steps 3 to 8 in the reverse order.

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ENGINE COOLANT CHANGE
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Prepare a container having a proper capacity (about 3.7 USgal (14 liters)).
4. With a suitable ladder, reach the engine coolant tank (144).
WARNING!
The coolant line is pressurised; do not perform any check until the engine has cooled down and, even if the
engine is cold, the plug (B) of the tank (A) must be opened with extreme care.

5. Drain the cooling system by disconnecting the sleeve connected to the filler neck (C).
6. Drain the coolant in the container.
7. Connect the sleeve.
8. Change the coolant by using the plug (B).
Coolant components:
50% of AGIP ANTIFREEZE EXTRA
50% of water
Always use the recommended antifreeze or equivalent. For AGIP ANTIFREEZE EXTRA data, refer to the paragraph Technical
Data.
9. The coolant level must be near the MAX mark.
10. Tighten the plug (B).
11. Turn on the engine and let it idle for a few minutes to reach the operating temperature (7080 C - 158176 F). If the coolant
level is low, top up.

B A

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ENGINE SPEED SENSOR REPLACEMENT
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Disconnect the cable (B) from the engine speed sensor (A).
4. Loosen the two mounting nuts (C) by keeping the adaptor (D) fixed.
5. Ensure that the flywheel tooth (E) is at the adaptor hole (D).
6. Screw down the new sensor (A) until it is flush with the tooth (E).
7. Then, unscrew the sensor (A) for one turn.
CAUTION!
Apply a thread locking compound to the engine speed sensor (A).

8. Connect the cable (B).


9. Start the machine and check that, when the accelerator is fully pressed, the display shows 2.300 rpm.
10. Fasten the sensor with two nuts (C).

B C

D E D
A
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CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The climate control system consists of:
A) Compressor
B) Condenser
C) Cooler
D) Expansion valve
E) Filter drier
F) High pressure hose
G) Low pressure hose
H) High pressure fitting
I) Low pressure fitting
J) Cab air flow control knob
K) Climate control knob
L) Heater
M) Air filter

C-D L
B

G
K
J
I
M

F
E A
H

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TROUBLESHOOTING
No fresh air from the climate control system
Possible causes
1. The compressor does not turn because the drive belt is loosen/broken (tension/replace the belt).
2. There are gas leaks from the system (repair the leak and integrate the gas).
3. The expansion valve is faulty (replace).
No hot air from the climate control system
Possible causes
1. The hot water hoses are broken (replace).
2. There are water leaks from the heater (replace).

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COMPRESSOR BELT TENSION CHECK
1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
7. Check the tension of the belt (A) of the compressor (B) by pressing the belt in the intermediate position between the pulleys
with a force of 22 lb (10 kg) and check that the belt does not bend for more than 0.39 in (1 cm).
If necessary, loosen the screws (C) and adjust the tension of the belt (A) by operating on the tie rod (D); then tighten the
screws (C).
8. Perform steps 3 to 6 in the reverse order.

D A

B C

C
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COMPRESSOR BELT REPLACEMENT
1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
7. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
8. Remove the engine compartment cover (101) by unscrewing the mounting knobs (169).
9. Remove the screws (C) of the compressor (B). If necessary, remove the battery (31).
10. Loosen the drive belt (A) by operating on the tie rod (D), and pull it out by disengaging it from the pulleys.
11. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
Install the compressor and adjust the drive belt tension (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

D A

B C

C
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COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT
1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right side upper door (20) by releasing the fasteners (21) with the supplied key.
7. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
8. Remove the engine compartment cover (101) by unscrewing the mounting knobs (169).
9. Remove the screws (H) of the compressor (I). If necessary, remove the battery (31).
10. Loosen the drive belt (J) by operating on the tie rod (L), and pull it out by disengaging it from the compressor pulley.
11. Remove the screws on the holes (B), then remove the right case (A).
12. Using a proper tool, drain the coolant from the climate control system through the connections (C) on the filter drier (D) and on
the compressor (I).
13. Remove the screws (E), then remove the fittings (F) and (G) from the compressor (B).
14. Disconnect the electrical connection.
15. Remove the screws (H) then remove the compressor (I).
16. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
Install the compressor and adjust the drive belt tension (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
Before connecting the fittings (F) and (G) to the compressor, replace the gaskets.
After connecting the fittings (F) and (G), using a proper tool, drain the coolant from the climate control system through the
connections (C) on the filter drier (D) and on the compressor.

C
D
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COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT (Continues)

L J

I H

F E H

E
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CAB AIR FILTER REPLACEMENT
1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
7. With a suitable ladder, loosen the screw (A) and turn the retainer (B).
8. Remove the cab air filter (C).
9. Install the new filter (C) with the arrows (D) pointing in the direction of the air flow (upwards).
10. Perform steps 3 to 7 in the reverse order.

B
A D

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OTHER SYSTEMS
NUT AND SCREW TIGHTENING AND LEAKAGE CHECK
1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
7. Inspect the machine accessible parts and check for:
Tightening of mounting screws and nuts.
Proper position of fasteners.
Visible faults in the components.
Leaks of fluids (oil, etc.).
8. Perform steps 3 to 6 in the reverse order.

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LUBRICATION
1. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Lubricate the rear axle knuckles with the grease nipples (A). If necessary, steer the rear wheels to reach the grease nipples
easily.
Grease quantity to be applied:
2 - 3 pumping, in case of a manual pump.
8 - 12 seconds of injection, in case of an air pump.
4. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
On both sides of the machine, lubricate the hydraulic cylinder knuckles with the grease nipples (D).
Grease quantity to be applied:
2 - 3 pumping, in case of a manual pump.
8 - 12 seconds of injection, in case of an air pump.
5. Close the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by engaging the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
6. Bring the 3rd broom arm in the most suitable position, in order to operate on the grease nipples (E) then turn off the machine
and remove the ignition key (60).
7. Lubricate the 3rd broom arm knuckles with the grease nipples (E).
Grease quantity to be applied:
2 - 3 pumping, in case of a manual pump.
8 - 12 seconds of injection, in case of an air pump.
8. Bring the 3rd broom arm in the most suitable position, in order to operate on the grease nipples (F) and (G) which are on
both sides of the machine, except the grease nipple (G) which is on the machine left side only, then turn off the machine and
remove the ignition key (60).
On both sides of the machine, lubricate the suction inlet knuckles with the grease nipples (F); lubricate also the grease nipple
(G) which is on the machine left side only.
Grease quantity to be applied:
2 - 3 pumping, in case of a manual pump.
8 - 12 seconds of injection, in case of an air pump.
9. Bring the suction inlet and the 3rd broom arm to the original position.

A A

A A
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LUBRICATION (Continues)

F
F

F G

F
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D D

B D D
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LUBRICATION (Continues)

E E

E E
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CHECK AND ADJUSTMENT OF SENSOR FOR ENGINE START-UP INHIBITION WHEN THE DRIVE
PEDAL IS PRESSED
Check
1. Check that it is not possible to start the machine with the ignition key (60) when the drive pedal (65) is pressed.
If necessary, adjust the relevant sensor according to the following procedure.
Adjustment
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
4. Check that the surface (A) of the sensor (B) is flush with the surface (C) of the drive pedal.
If necessary, loosen the sensor mounting nut (D) and adjust the sensor position. When the adjustment is completed, tighten
the nut (D).
5. Check that the distance between the sensor surface (A) and the bracket (E) is within 0,059 and 0,098 in (1.5 and 2.5 mm).
When checking, move the drive pedal (F) towards the bracket (E) to cancel the drive pedal end play.
If necessary, loosen the nuts (G) and the nut (H), and adjust the position of the bracket (E). When the adjustment is completed,
tighten the nuts (G) and (H).
6. Perform step 1 again.

A C

E G H G F D B

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DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY OF SENSORS FOR ENGINE START-UP INHIBITION WHEN THE DRIVE
PEDAL IS PRESSED
Disassembly
1. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
2. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Remove the steering column rear cover (A), by removing the mounting screws (B).
4. Disconnect the cable (named X25b for forward gear sensor or X25 for reverse gear sensor) (C) of the sensor for engine start-
up inhibition (D). Disconnect the sensor harness (E) from the clamps.
5. Remove four mounting screws (H) of the drive pedal (F).
6. Slightly lift the drive pedal (F) and remove the mounting nut (G) of the sensor (D).
7. Remove the sensor (D), the harness (E) and the connector.
Assembly
8. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
9. Adjust the sensor for engine start-up inhibition (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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PEDAL IS PRESSED (Continues)

G D

H F
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The hydraulic system consists of four independent circuits, supplied by one tank.
The first circuit is supplied by a variable delivery pump (capacity 65 cc), activated by the diesel engine. This pump activates two
drive system motors, which operate on the front wheels.
The forward and reverse drive speed is adjusted by the drive pedal, which is connected to the pump.
A second circuit is fed by a gear pump driven by the variable delivery pump, to which it is connected by a connecting joint. This
pump activates the suction fan motor by means of the distributor.
The third and fourth circuits are supplied by a tandem gear pump, activated by the diesel engine. The front pump (capacity 11 cc)
drives the steering and accessory systems through a flow control valve. The accessories controlled by a electrodistributor are the
followings:
Side broom motors
Hopper lifting and dumping
Suction inlet lifting and moving
The rear pump (6 cc) drives the 3rd broom rotation and the 3rd broom arm shifting cylinders by means of a double flow control
valve. The double flow control valve allows for separate adjustment of the 3rd broom motor speed and shifting cylinder operation
speed.
All circuits are protected by suction filters and safety valves.
Upon request, the machine can be equipped with a prefitting for snow equipment, that is to say snow brush and salt spreader. The
snow brush rotation is controlled by a dedicated solenoid valve placed on the 3rd broom rotation circuit, while the lifting/lowering
movement is performed with the suction inlet controls. The salt spreader activation is controlled with a dedicated solenoid valve
placed on the activation circuit of the high-pressure washing system pump.

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COMPONENT LOCATION
81. Hydraulic system oil tank
82. Drain filter
83. Suction filter
84. Drive system pump
85. Diesel engine
86. Left drive system motor
87. Accessory distributor
88. Front skirt lifting cylinder
89. Hopper lifting cylinder
90. Hand pump
91. Side broom motor
92. Right drive system motor
93. Hydraulic system oil cooler
94. Solenoid valve
95. Suction inlet side shifting cylinder
96. Suction inlet lifting cylinder
97. Check valve
98. Hopper dumping cylinder
99. Power steering
100. Flow separator (priority valve)
101. Accessory and 3rd broom pump
102. Suction fan pump
103. Suction fan distributor
104. Front skirt distributor
105. Suction fan motor
106. 3rd broom distributor (*)
107. 3rd broom tilting cylinder (*)
108. 3rd broom second shifting cylinder (*)
109. Check valve (*)
110. 3rd broom lifting cylinder (*)
111. 3rd broom first shifting cylinder (*)
112. 3rd broom motor distributor (*)
113. 3rd broom motor (*)
114. Power steering cylinder
115. Drive pedal assist
116. Suction filter
117. Suction filter
118. Suction filter
119. Double priority valve (*)
120. High-pressure washing system pump (*)
121. Tank filler plug
122. Drive system safety solenoid valve (*)
123. Snow brush control solenoid valve (*)
124. Salt spreader control solenoid valve (*)
125. Snow brush hydraulic motor (*)
126. Salt spreader hydraulic motor (*)
127. Snow brush tilting hydraulic cylinder (*)
(*) Optional

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105

83
106-112
109 90
108 96 100 121 120
87
110 97 119
95
107 94
113 91
81
82-116-117-118
99
111 88 96 97 123
86
91 104

115
101

124
103
92
102 122
84
93
114 85

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98

97 97

89 89

125
127
126

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HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM
81. Hydraulic system oil tank
82. Suction filter
83. Drain filter
84. Drive system pump
85. Diesel engine
86. Left drive system motor
87. Accessory distributor
88. Front skirt lifting cylinder
89. Hopper lifting cylinder
90. Hand pump
91. Side broom motor
92. Right drive system motor
93. Hydraulic system oil cooler
94. Solenoid valve
95. Suction inlet side shifting cylinder
96. Suction inlet lifting cylinder
97. Check valve
98. Hopper dumping cylinder
99. Power steering
100. Flow separator (priority valve)
101. Accessory and 3rd broom pump
102. Suction fan pump
103. Suction fan distributor
104. Front skirt distributor
105. Suction fan motor
106. 3rd broom distributor (*)
107. 3rd broom tilting cylinder (*)
108. 3rd broom second shifting cylinder (*)
109. Check valve (*)
110. 3rd broom lifting cylinder (*)
111. 3rd broom first shifting cylinder (*)
112. 3rd broom motor distributor (*)
113. 3rd broom motor (*)
114. Power steering cylinder
115. Drive pedal assist
116. Suction filter
117. Suction filter
118. Suction filter
119. Double priority valve (*)
120. High-pressure washing system pump (*)
121. Accessory distributor pressure inlet
122. Drive wheel pressure inlet
123. Fan motor pressure inlet
124. 3rd broom distributor pressure inlet
125. Drive system safety solenoid valve
126. Snow brush control solenoid valve (*)
127. Salt spreader control solenoid valve (*)
128. Snow brush hydraulic motor (*)
129. Salt spreader hydraulic motor (*)
130. Snow brush tilting cylinder (*)
(*) Optional

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HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM (Continues)
91
96 96 91

89
90
100cc 100cc

125 98
DX

86 92 DX SX DX
97
115
X
95 97
X X SX
97
SX
425cc 425cc
89
T

94
98 X
84
1 P 2
130 87
97

250bar 123
18bar a b
10m

250bar 85
102 2300 2480
122
22cc 65cc RPM RPM

M 130
bar
83 101
11cc
48.4
114
51.6
82
116 150
6cc bar
100
10m
90bar

81 119
60m 125m 80cc 30bar

121 Lt.59.5
150
180bar bar 88
60m 60m 99
93
111
103 117 118 108 110
210bar 21cc 126
104
109

112
105
108 94
128

127
100cc
129
113
107

USCITA
ACQUA
124

106

130bar

ASPIRAZIONE
120 ACQUA

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TROUBLESHOOTING
See the previous chapters related to the use of the hydraulic system.

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL LEVEL CHECK
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted.

1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).


2. Start the machine as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
3. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
4. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
5. Check the maintenance table for information about the replacement of the hydraulic system oil drain filter (38). If necessary,
see the procedure in the Instructions for use Manual.
6. Check that there are no oil leaks in the upper area (C) of the hydraulic system oil tank.
7. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
8. Using the indicator (A), check that the oil level in the tank is between the MIN and MAX marks.
9. If necessary, unscrew the plug (B) and top up. For the types of oil to be used, see the Technical Data chapter.
NOTE
Top up by using the same type of oil that is in the tank.

10. Screw the plug (B).


11. Close the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
12. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.

B
A

MAX

MIN

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL CHANGE
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted (as shown in the figure).

1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).


2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
4. Remove the plug (171) under the tank, drain the oil and collect it into an appropriate container.
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

CAUTION!
The hydraulic system oil should be disposed of properly according to the environmental Laws in force.

5. Install the plug (D) on the tank.


6. Unscrew and remove the filler plug (B) of the tank (C).
7. If necessary, replace the suction filters inside the tank (C).
8. Pour oil in the tank (C) through the plug filler neck (B). For oil types and quantity, see the Technical Data chapter.
Fill the tank until the oil level reaches the MAX mark of the indicator (A).
9. Tighten the plug (B).
10. Close the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.

B
A

D
MAX

MIN

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL SUCTION FILTER REPLACEMENT
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted.

1. If necessary, bleed the hydraulic system oil from the tank (see the procedure in the previous paragraph).
2. Remove the screws (A), then remove the tank cover (B) by separating it from the sealant, which is between the cover and the
tank.
3. Unscrew and remove the suction filters (C) inside the tank.
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

CAUTION!
The hydraulic system oil and filters should be disposed of properly according to the environmental Laws in
force.

4. Remove any debris and dirt from the tank.


5. Clean the tank upper perimeter edge (E) and the matching profile (D) of the cover (B).
6. Install the new filters (C) inside the tank.
7. Apply AREXONS MOTORSILD sealant or equivalent on the tank upper perimeter edge (E).
8. Install the tank cover (B) and tighten the screws (A).
9. Pour oil in the tank (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

B
A

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL DRAIN FILTER REPLACEMENT
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted.

1. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
2. Engage the parking brake (50).
3. Disconnect the drivers seat safety microswitch connector.
4. Remove the drivers seat panel (A) by unscrewing the 4 mounting screws (B).

WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

5. Unscrew the filter element (C) with a proper wrench, and pay attention to the oil coming out when removing the filter element.
6. Replace the filter element with an original spare part.

WARNING!
The oil and filters should be disposed of properly according to the environmental laws in force.

7. Install the drivers seat panel (A).

A B

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DRIVE SYSTEM PUMP OIL FILTER REPLACEMENT
1. Place the machine on the appropriate hoisting system, or remove the left front wheel (see the procedure in the relevant
paragraph).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Remove the screw (A), then remove the filter (B).
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

CAUTION!
The hydraulic system oil and filters should be disposed of properly according to the environmental Laws in
force.

4. Install a new filter (B) and fasten it with the screw (A).
5. Perform step 1 in the reverse order.

A B
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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL COOLER FIN CLEANING CHECK
WARNING!
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing cleaning procedures using compressed
air or water gun.

1. Empty the hopper (3); if it contains a small quantity of waste, it is not necessary to dump it.
2. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
3. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
4. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
5. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
6. Open the right and left upper doors (20) and (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
7. Remove the screws and the engine compartment panel (101).
8. Open the right side lower door (28) by releasing the fasteners (29) with the supplied key.
9. Clean the hydraulic system oil cooler fins (A) with compressed air (max. 87 psi (6 Bar)). If necessary, point the compressed air
in the opposite direction of the cooling air.
10. Inside the radiator (A), check that the fan turns freely.
11. Perform steps 3 to 8 in the reverse order.

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STEERING CYLINDER DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
1. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Disconnect the hoses (A) from the rear wheel control hydraulic cylinder (B) and plug them immediately.
4. Unscrew the fasteners (C) fixing the cylinder to the steering tie rods.
5. Remove the screws (D), then remove the cylinder (B).
6. Install the cylinder performing steps from 3 to 5 in the reverse order.
7. Adjust the rear axle toe-in (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
8. Check the hydraulic system oil level (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

D D D D
A A

C B C
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HYDRAULIC CYLINDER DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
CAUTION!
If necessary, remove the bonded sealing washers and replace them.

Disassembly/assembly of the following hydraulic cylinders:


Suction inlet lifting cylinder (A)
Suction inlet side shifting cylinder (B)
Skirt cylinder (C)
3rd broom arm shifting cylinder (D)
3rd broom lifting cylinder (E)
3rd broom tilting cylinder (F)
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted.

1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).


2. Bring the suction inlet and the 3rd broom arm in the most suitable position.
3. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
4. Disconnect the hoses from the hydraulic cylinder and plug them immediately.
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

5. Disconnect and remove the hydraulic cylinder and, if necessary, support appropriately the components connected to the
cylinder.
6. Perform steps 2 to 5 in the reverse order.
7. Start the machine and check that the hydraulic cylinder operates properly, then stop the machine, check the hydraulic system
oil level and, if necessary, top up (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual).
Disassembly/assembly of the following hydraulic cylinders:
Hopper lifting cylinders (G)
Hopper dumping cylinders (H)

8. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).


9. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
10. Remove the right or left side upper doors (18 or 20) by releasing the fasteners (19 and 21) with the supplied key.
11. Disconnect the hoses from the hydraulic cylinder and plug them immediately.
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

12. Disconnect and remove the hydraulic cylinder and, if necessary, support appropriately the components connected to the
cylinder.
13. Perform steps 3 to 5 in the reverse order.
14. Start the machine and check that the hydraulic cylinder operates properly, then stop the machine, check the hydraulic system
oil level and, if necessary, top up (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual).

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D A

B A
F

E
C

H
G

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ACCESSORY SYSTEM DISTRIBUTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully lowered.

CAUTION!
If necessary, remove the bonded sealing washers and replace them.

1. If necessary, bleed the hydraulic system oil from the tank (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove the screws on the holes (B), then remove the left case (A).
3. Remove the mounting screws (C), then remove the drivers seat support (D).
4. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (E) with the support (D).
5. Mark the position of the hoses and the connectors connected to the accessory system distributor (F) (for proper reassembly).
6. Disconnect all the hoses from the accessory system distributor (F).
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

7. Disconnect all the connectors from the accessory system distributor (F).
8. Remove the mounting screws, then remove the distributor (F).
9. If necessary, remove the fittings and the distributor at the workbench.
10. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
11. Pour oil in the tank until the level reaches the MIN mark of the indicator (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
12. Start the machine, use the drive system and lift/lower the hopper a few times. Check for 3rd broom controls proper operation.
Then stop the machine, check the hydraulic system oil level and, if necessary, top up (as shown in the Instructions for use
Manual).
13. Check the hydraulic system oil pressure at the accessory pump (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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B E

A D C

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3RD BROOM DISTRIBUTOR REMOVAL/INSTALLATION
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully lowered.

CAUTION!
If necessary, remove the bonded sealing washers and replace them.

1. If necessary, bleed the hydraulic system oil from the tank (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove the screws on the holes (B), then remove the left case (A).
3. Remove the mounting screws (C), then remove the drivers seat support (D).
4. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (E) with the support (D).
5. Remove the left front wheel (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
6. If necessary, to make the following procedures easier, remove the suction inlet (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
7. Mark the position of the hoses and the connectors connected to the 3rd broom distributor (F) (for proper reassembly).
8. Disconnect all the hoses from the 3rd broom distributor (F).
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

9. Disconnect all the connectors from the 3rd broom distributor (F).
10. Remove the mounting screws, then remove the distributor (F).
11. If necessary, remove the fittings and the distributor at the workbench.
12. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
13. Pour oil in the tank until the level reaches the MIN mark of the indicator (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
14. Start the machine, use the drive system and lift/lower the hopper a few times. Check for 3rd broom controls proper operation.
Then stop the machine, check the hydraulic system oil level and, if necessary, top up (as shown in the Instructions for use
Manual).
15. Check the hydraulic system oil pressure at the 3rd broom arm (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

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B E

A D C

F
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SUCTION FAN PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted (as shown in the figure).

CAUTION!
If necessary, remove the bonded sealing washers and replace them.

1. Remove the suction inlet (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Mark the position of the hoses connected to the fittings (A) of the suction fan pump (B) (for proper reassembly).
3. Disconnect the hoses from the fittings (A) of the suction fan pump (B) and plug the suction hose immediately.
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

4. Remove the screws (C), then remove the suction fan pump (B).
5. Recover the connecting joint (D) between the pump (B) and the drive system pump (E).
6. At the workbench, unscrew the fittings (F) from the suction fan pump and pay attention to the conditions of the fitting gaskets.
7. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
8. Start the machine, use the drive system and activate the suction fan, then stop the machine, check the hydraulic system oil
level and, if necessary, top up (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual).
9. Check the hydraulic system oil pressure at the suction fan distributor (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

B F
D

A
F

A
C
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ACCESSORY AND 3RD BROOM PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted (as shown in the figure).

CAUTION!
If necessary, remove the bonded sealing washers and replace them.

NOTE
The pump (B) is present only if the machine is equipped with 3rd broom.

1. Empty the hopper (3), according to the procedure shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. To avoid that the hopper lowers by accident, install the support rods (24).
4. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (21) and (19) with the supplied key.
5. Remove the engine compartment cover (101) by unscrewing the mounting knobs (169).
6. If necessary, bleed the hydraulic system oil from the tank (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
7. Mark the position of the hoses connected to the fittings (F) of the accessory and 3rd broom pump (A) and (B) (for proper
reassembly).
8. Disconnect the hoses from the fittings (F) of the accessory and 3rd broom pump (A) and (B).
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

9. Remove the screws (E), then remove the accessory and 3rd broom pump (A) and (B) with the connecting joint (D) and the
relevant fasteners.
10. Recover the joint (D).
11. At the workbench, unscrew the fittings (F) and (C) from the accessory and 3rd broom pump (A) and (B) by paying attention to
the conditions of the fitting gaskets (C).
12. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
13. Start the machine, lift/lower the hopper and activate the 3rd broom a few times, then stop the machine, check the hydraulic
system oil level and, if necessary, top up (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual).
14. Check the hydraulic system oil pressure at the 3rd broom arm (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).

C
B A
F

F F
E C
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DRIVE SYSTEM PUMP DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
CAUTION!
This procedure must be performed with the hopper (3) fully retracted (as shown in the figure).

CAUTION!
If necessary, remove the bonded sealing washers and replace them.

1. If necessary, bleed the hydraulic system oil from the tank (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
2. Remove the suction inlet (see the procedure in the relevant paragraph).
3. Mark the position of the hoses connected to the fittings (A) of the drive system pump (B) and of the suction fan pump (C) (for
proper reassembly).
4. Disconnect the hoses from the fittings (A) of the drive system pump (B) and of the suction fan pump (C), then plug the hoses
immediately.
WARNING!
Hydraulic system oil is highly corrosive, wear rubber gloves.

5. Disconnect the capillary tube (H) from the fitting (G) on the drive system pump (B) and plug it immediately.
6. Disconnect the drive system safety solenoid valve (J) from the fitting (I) on the drive system pump (B) and immediately plug
the fitting on the solenoid valve (J).
7. Remove the screws (D), then remove the pump assembly (B) and (C).
8. Unscrew the fittings (A), (G) and (I) of the pumps (B) to use them on the replacement pump.
9. Remove the screws (E), then uncouple the drive system pump (B) from the suction fan pump (C).
10. Recover the connecting joint (F) between the pump (C) and the drive system pump (B).
11. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
12. Start the machine and use the drive system, then stop the machine, check the hydraulic system oil level and, if necessary, top
up (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual).

A
A

F
A B A
A A
A
E

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NOTE
This check is necessary in case of malfunction of the accessory system and steering system.

Preliminary operations
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Remove the screws on the holes (B), then remove the left case (A).
4. Remove the mounting screws (C), then remove the drivers seat support (D).
5. Disconnect the connector of the drivers seat safety microswitch, then remove the drivers seat (E) with the support (D).
6. To start the machine, the drivers seat microswitch connector must be short-circuited.
7. Use a pressure gauge having a minimum scale of 2,900 psi (200 Bar) with capillary tube.
8. Operating in the drivers seat compartment, check the pressure at the accessory distributor (G) with the pressure inlet (148).
9. Connect the capillary tube (F) on the pressure inlet (H).
10. With the pressure gauge (I) measure the hydraulic system oil pressure at the accessory distributor (G) according to the
following procedure.
Pressure measurement
11. Start the machine and run the engine at 1,950 rpm (as shown in the Instructions for use Manual). In this condition, turn on
the hopper lifting function and check that the pressure measured by the pressure gauge (I) is 1,160-1,305 psi (80-90 Bar)
approximately. When the hopper is fully lifted and the command is repeated, the measured pressure is 1,885 psi (130 Bar).
If the pressure is normal, turn off the machine.
If the pressure is higher or lower, it can be adjusted according to the following procedure, while keeping the hopper lifting
function turned on.
Pressure adjustment
12. Unscrew the cap (L) in the area of the open cover (A), loosen the locknut (J) and slightly turn the threaded dowel (K) to adjust
the pressure, considering the following:
To increase the pressure, the dowel (K) must be screwed;
To decrease the pressure, the dowel (K) must be unscrewed.
If the pressure cannot be adjusted to normal values, probably the pump needs to be replaced (see the procedure in the
relevant paragraph).
13. Turn off the hopper lifting function and turn off the machine.
14. Screw the cap (L).
Reset
15. Perform steps 3 to 7 in the reverse order.

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HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL PRESSURE CHECK AT THE ACCESSORY SYSTEM DISTRIBUTOR
(Continues)
E B

D C
A
G I

100 200

2000 3000
1000
DIN16007
4000 300

5000
0
psi 5800
bar

L J K
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
DESCRIPTION
The electrical system is power-supplied from the alternator, which is activated by the diesel engine.
The battery is 12 V.
The electrical system is protected by the MEGAVAL 100 A line fuse, which is placed directly on the battery positive terminal. Circuits
are protected by lamellar fuses, which are located into appropriate fuse clamps. The pre-heating glow plugs are protected by a
MIDIVAL 80 A fuse.
The electrical circuit can be opened by means by a battery release device connected on battery negative terminal and frame.
The emergency push-button on the left side of the dashboard disables all the accessories except the hazard warning lights.

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COMPONENT LOCATION
NOTE
The abbreviation written before the component name refers to the wiring diagram (see the following pages).

A01 Alternator 14 V110 A F11 Windscreen wiper fuse


A1 Sweeper control interface electronic board F12 Flashing light fuse
A2 3rd broom arm anticollision sensor interface electronic board F13 Control panel power supply
A3 Sweeper control board F14 Dashboard power supply fuse
A6 Multifunction display electronic board F15 Reverse gear buzzer - hopper handling fuse
A7 Sweeper control inhibition electronic board (only for machines F16 Door actuator power supply fuse
with snow equipment prefitting) F17 Running light fuse
Bat 12 V battery F18 Running light fuse
BM1 Equipotential connection +30 F19 Low beam fuse
BM2 Equipotential connection +15 F20 High beam fuse
BM3 Equipotential connection F21 Brake light fuse
BZ1 Horn F22 Horn fuse
BZ4 Reverse gear buzzer F23 Turn signal fuse (+15)
EB1 Digital dashboard with warning lights F24 Hazard warning light fuse
EG1 Glow plug pre-heating control unit F24 Turn signal fuse (+30)
EV01 Broom right shifting solenoid valve F25 Glow plug fuse
EV02 Broom lifting solenoid valve F26 Sensor power supply fuse
EV03 Hopper dumping solenoid valve F27 Start-up relay fuse
EV04 Hopper lifting solenoid valve F28 Optional fuse
EV05 Broom left shifting solenoid valve F29 Combination switch power supply fuse
EV06 Broom rotation solenoid valve F30 Ignition switch fuse
EV07 Hopper return solenoid valve F31 Working light fuse
EV08 Hopper lowering solenoid valve F32 Optional fuse
EV09 Broom lowering solenoid valve F1.1 Line fuse
EV10 Skirt opening/closing solenoid valve GL Glow plug pre-heating
EV11 Skirt opening/closing solenoid valve GL1 Choke system heating resistance
EV12 Optional equipment solenoid valve H1 Lifted hopper warning light
EV13 Suction fan motor solenoid valve H10 Parking brake warning light
EV30 3rd broom left side rotation solenoid valve H11 Clogged engine air filter warning light
EV31 Arm extension right side rotation solenoid valve H12 Water-in-fuel warning light
EV32 3rd broom right side tilting solenoid valve H2 High beam indicator light
EV33 3rd broom arm lowering solenoid valve H3 Running light indicator light
EV34 3rd broom arm right side rotation solenoid valve H4 Turn signal indicator light
EV35 3rd broom right side rotation solenoid valve H5 Alternator fault warning light
EV36 Arm extension left side rotation solenoid valve H6 Engine oil low pressure warning light
EV37 3rd broom left side tilting solenoid valve H7 Check engine warning light
EV38 3rd broom arm lifting solenoid valve H8 Hydraulic system fault warning light
EV39 3rd broom arm left side rotation solenoid valve H9 Glow plug warning light
EV40 Drive system safety solenoid valve K01 Ignition switch
EVM Fuel solenoid valve K013 3rd broom rotation direction selector
F01 Choke system resistance fuse K014 3rd broom arm position selector
F02 Skirt control fuse K015 3rd broom tilting selector
F03 Sweeper accessory electrodistributor, suction fan distributor, K02 Combination switch
snow brush solenoid valve and salt spreader solenoid valve K03 Sweeper water pump switch
fuse
K04 Hazard warning light switch
F04 Optional equipment fuse
K06 Broom rotation switch
F05 Hydraulic system oil cooling fan fuse
K08 Door actuator switch
F06 Fuel solenoid valve fuse
K09 Cab fan speed control knob
F07 Hydraulic control power supply fuse
K10 Climate control system control knob
F08 Pump power supply fuse
K11 Windscreen wiper/washer switch
F09 Climate control system fan fuse
K12 3rd broom light switch
F10 Climate control system fuse
K14 Choke system relay

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K15 Machine stopped signal relay S01 Engine oil low pressure bulb
K16 Drivers seat microswitch relay S02 Hydraulic system oil high temperature bulb
K17 Running light relay S03 Engine coolant temperature sensor
K18 Low beam relay S04 Fuel level sensor
K19 High beam relay S05 Hydraulic system oil cooling fan thermostat
K20 Choke system resistance relay S06 Water level
K21 Fan/equipment operation selection switch S07 Water-in-fuel sensor (step 3a)
K22 Engine shutdown electromagnetic switch S08 Climate control system pressure switch
K24 Engine start enabling relay S09 Reverse gear sensor
K25 Brake light relay S1 Battery release switch
K26 Relay for stop signal with released pedal S14 3rd broom lowering switch
K27 3rd broom function disabling with drivers seat microswitch S15 3rd broom lifting switch
K28 Water supply relay S16 Arm extension right turning switch
KJ1 Skirt opening/closing push-button S17 Arm extension left turning switch
L01 Lower right front headlight S19 Joystick (4 positions)
L02 Lower left front headlight S22 Closed 3rd broom arm safety proximity sensor
L03 Right rear light S23 Lifted 3rd broom arm proximity sensor
L04 Left rear light S24 3rd broom arm shifted to the right proximity sensor
L07 Ceiling light S25 3rd broom arm shifted to the left proximity sensor
L11 Left front turn signal S26 Arm extension left side rotation end-of-stroke proximity sensor
L12 Left side turn signal S27 Arm extension right side rotation end-of-stroke proximity
L13 Right front turn signal sensor
L14 Right side turn signal S3 Emergency push-button
L17 Left front running light S45 Joystick (8 buttons)
L18 Right front running light S46 Dead man's switch
L20 License plate light S47 Broom right shifting push-button
L30 Flashing light S48 Broom lifting push-button
L31 Suction inlet working light S49 Hopper dumping push-button
L32 3rd broom working light S5 Fuel temperature sensor
L41 Salt spreader activation solenoid valve S50 Hopper lifting push-button
L42 Snow brush activation solenoid valve S51 Broom left shifting push-button
LVE EGR valve actuator S52 Broom lowering push-button
LVF Throttle valve actuator S53 Hopper return push-button
M01A Water motor pump 1 S54 Hopper lowering push-button
M01B Water motor pump 2 S57 Speedometer sensor
M02 Windscreen wiper motor S59 Display mode selector
M03 Hydraulic system oil cooling electric fan S61 Choke system thermostat
M04 Climate control system fan S62 Forward gear selection sensor
M10 Cab blower S63 Seat microswitch
M11 Windscreen washer pump motor S8 Engine speed sensor
M12 Door actuator S98 Snow brush switch
MC1 Climate control system compressor S99 Salt spreader switch
MN Display SW1 Brake light switch
MS 1 Starter SW2 Lifted hopper microswitch
R01 Main power supply relay SW3 Parking brake warning light contact
R02 Turn signal intermittence SW4 Clogged engine air filter sensor
R03 Reverse gear buzzer relay TL1 Rear camera
R05 Hydraulic control enabling relay TL2 Front camera
R07 Water-in-fuel / ECU negative supply relay WL13 Open door warning light
R10 Climate control system activation relay WL14 Water pump operation warning light
R12 Skirt opening/closing relay WL15 Broom rotation signalling
R13 Skirt opening/closing relay WL16 Windscreen wiper switch light
RR1 Fan speed rheostat WL19 Working mode signalling
WL9 Hazard warning light indicator

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RR1
RR1

R01 F01 F07 F12 F16 F26 R03 R13


F32 F03 F10 R12
F14 F22 F28

R01 R03 R12 R13

BM2 F06 F05 F11 F15 F23


F02 F13 F21 F27

R02
R05 K14 K17 K18 K19 R10 K15 K21 R07 R02

EG1

BM1
R05 K17 K19 K15 R07
K14 R10
K18 K21
F04 F30 F20
EG1 F24 F18

BM3 F25
A3

K16 K20 K22 A3

K20
K16 K22
F09 F17 F31
F29 F19
K24

A7 K24
10
K25

K25
K26

K26
1
1
K27

K27 A1
K28

K28
12

A1
1
1

10 1 8

A2

A2
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M10

M12

L03

S06

S1

F1.1
BAT
SW4 BZ4

L04 SW2
M04

L41

EV12-EV13

S08

M03 S07
S05
S02
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L01-L18 L02-L17 L11

L13

S26-S27 S24

S23

L32

L12

L42
L31

S22 S25 EV10-EV11 EV30-EV31-EV32-EV33


EV34-EV35-EV36-EV37
EV38-EV39
S57

L30 MC1

L20

BZ1

A01 EVM L14


S06 MS1
S04 GL-GL1-LVE-LVF
S01-S03-S5-S8-S61
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H5 H6 H7 H8 H9

H4 EB1

346798.05
H3 ENG H10
rpm
H2 %
105 100 H11

H1 H12
K02 A6
K06-WL15
M02

K013
K01

S3 S59
M11
K21-WL19 K015
K08-WL13
SW1 K014

S09 S62

K10 L07
K09
S98
K04-WL9
S99 K03-WL14
S49 S50
S51 K12
K11-WL16
S48
S47
S53
S54
S52
S46
S45

S14-S15-S16
-S17-S19

KJ1

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S63

M01B
M01A EV01-EV02-EV03-EV04
SW3
EV05-EV06-EV07-EV08
EV09
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MN

TL2

TL1

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TROUBLESHOOTING
See the previous chapters related to the use of the electrical system.
CAUTION!
Perform the tests when seated on the driver's seat or by simulating this configuration because the machine
is equipped with a safety system that stops the movement (machine in neutral) and disables the hydraulic
functions when the operator is not on the drivers seat for more than 3 seconds. The movement and the
hydraulic functions restarts automatically when the operator returns on the drivers seat. Only the suction fan
for the manual rear pipe, and the high-pressure pump for the washing system can be used in these conditions.
See also the following.
The suction inlet does not lift
Possible causes
1. The fuse is burned (replace).
2. There is an open in the lifting push-button (replace).
3. There is an open in the joystick safety push-button (replace).
4. The relay board is faulty (overhaul).
5. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
6. The engine speed is lower than 1,500 rpm (the engine speed must be at least 1,500 rpm).
7. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
8. The engine speed sensor is faulty or disconnected (replace the sensor or connect it).
9. The control electronic board is faulty (reset or perform the command again).
The suction inlet does not lower
Possible causes
1. The fuse is burned (replace).
2. The broom switch is not turned on (turn on).
3. There is an open in the lowering push-button (replace).
4. There is an open in the joystick safety push-button (replace).
5. The relay board is faulty (overhaul).
6. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
7. The engine speed is lower than 1,500 rpm (the engine speed must be at least 1,500 rpm).
8. The engine speed sensor is faulty or disconnected (replace the sensor or connect it).
9. The control electronic board is faulty (reset or perform the command again).
10. The suction fan is not turned on (turn on).
11. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
The skirt does not open/close
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
3. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
The suction inlet does not shift sideways
Possible causes
1. The fuse is burned (replace).
2. There is an open in the left shifting push-button (replace).
3. There is an open in the right shifting push-button (replace).
4. There is an open in the joystick safety push-button (replace).
5. The relay board is faulty (replace).
6. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
7. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).

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No water to the nozzles
Possible causes
1. The water pump switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The fuse is burned (replace).
3. The water pump relay is burned (replace).
4. The pump is burned (replace).
5. The water sub-tank is empty (fill up).
6. The level sensors are faulty (replace the damaged sensor).
7. The engine speed is higher than 2,050 rpm (the engine speed must be lower than 2,050 rpm).
8. The display is faulty or disconnected (replace the display or connect it).
The brooms do not rotate
Possible causes
1. The broom switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The fuse is burned (replace).
3. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
4. The engine speed is higher than 2,050 rpm (the engine speed must be lower than 2,050 rpm).
5. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
The hopper does not lift
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The brooms are turning (turn off).
3. The machine is moving (stop the machine).
4. The display is faulty or disconnected (replace the display or connect it).
5. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
6. The machine is not in neutral (release the drive pedal).
7. The control electronic board is faulty (replace).
8. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
9. The relay board is faulty (replace).
10. The solenoid valves are burned (replace).
The hopper does not lower
Possible causes
1. The fuse is burned (replace).
2. There is an open in the lowering push-button (replace).
3. There is an open in the safety push-button (replace).
4. The relay board is faulty (replace).
5. The solenoid valves are burned (replace).
6. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
7. The operator is not on the drivers seat.
The hopper does not dump
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
The hopper does not return to horizontal position
Possible causes
1. The fuse is burned (replace).
2. There is an open in the return push-button (replace).
3. There is an open in the safety push-button (replace).
4. The relay board is faulty (replace).
5. The solenoid valves are burned (replace).
6. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).

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The rear door does not open
Possible causes
1. There is an open in the control push-button (replace).
2. The machine is moving (stop the machine).
3. The machine stopped relay is faulty (replace).
The rear door does not close
Possible causes
1. The end-of-stroke sensors are not properly adjusted (adjust).
2. The actuator is burned (replace).
3. The machine stopped relay is faulty (replace).
There is no hot air
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The valve is closed (open).
3. The fuse is burned (replace).
4. The climate control system relay is burned (replace).
There is no fresh air
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The fuse is burned (replace).
3. The thermostat is not turned on (turn on).
4. There is an open in the actuator fuse (replace).
The 3rd broom arm does not shift sideways
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The fuse is burned (replace).
3. There is an open in the right/left shifting push-buttons (replace).
4. The relay is burned (replace).
5. The solenoid valves are burned (replace).
6. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
7. The S24 and/or S25 sensors are short-circuited (replace the faulty sensor).
The 3rd broom arm collides with the cab
Possible causes
1. The S26 and/or S27 sensors are disconnected/open (replace/repair the faulty sensor).
The 3rd broom arm movement is limited
Possible causes
1. The S26 and/or S27 sensors are short-circuited (replace the faulty sensor).
The 3rd broom arm extension does not move
Possible causes
1. The S24 and/or S25 sensors are disconnected or faulty (replace/repair the faulty sensor).
2. The arm extension is centred or in abnormal position (bring the arm extension to a proper position).

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The 3rd broom does not turn
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The fuse is burned (replace).
3. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
4. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).
The 3rd broom does not lift/lower
Possible causes
1. The switch is not turned on (turn on).
2. The fuse is burned (replace).
3. There is an open in the lowering push-button (replace).
4. There is an open in the lifting push-button (replace).
5. There is a short circuit in the sensor (replace).
6. The relay is burned (replace).
7. The solenoid valve is burned (replace).
8. The drivers seat microswitch is disconnected or faulty (connect the microswitch cable/replace the drivers seat cushion).

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BATTERY FLUID LEVEL CHECK
WARNING!
Protect body parts (eyes, hair, hands, etc.) properly, when performing battery check and cleaning procedures.

1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).


2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Open the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.
4. Open the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
5. Check the electrolyte level in the battery (A) and, if necessary, top up.
6. If necessary, clean the battery.
7. Check the battery terminals for oxidation.
8. Close the left side lower door (26) by releasing the fasteners (27) with the supplied key.
9. Close the left side upper door (18) by releasing the fasteners (19) with the supplied key.

FUSE REPLACEMENT
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Disconnect the battery release device (168) by turning and removing the key.
4. Replace the relevant fuse according to the descriptions and the positions shown in Components Layout paragraph in Electrical
System chapter.

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CONTROL PANEL DISPLAY REPLACEMENT
1. Engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
3. Remove the steering wheel cover (A).
4. Partially unscrew the nut (B), bringing its surface (R) flush with the pin surface (E).
5. Separate the steering wheel (D) from the steering column, by hitting the pin (E) with a mallet and inserting an aluminium shim
in order not to damage the thread.
Unscrew the nut (B) completely and remove the washer (C).
If the steering wheel does not unlock, use a puller on the points (F) and (G), by applying two protection shims on the collar (G).
Recover the key (H).
6. Remove the screws (I) and lift the dashboard upper body (L).
7. Disconnect the connectors (M), (N) and (Q).
8. Remove the screws (O).
9. Remove the display (P).
10. Install the new display by performing steps 7 and 9 in the reverse order.
11. Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly and note the following:
Slightly tighten the nut (B).

A
B

C D

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R F
E

G G

I I

I
L
Q P
O
O

M N
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LOW BEAM AND HIGH BEAM ADJUSTMENT AND BULB REPLACEMENT
Preliminary operations
1. Drive the machine on a solid and level ground, then engage the parking brake with the lever (50).
2. Turn the ignition key (60) to OFF position and remove it.
Bulb replacement
3. Remove the screws (A) and move the headlight (B).
4. Replace the burned bulbs.
5. Install the headlight (B) and fasten it with the screws (A).
6. Adjust the headlights according to the following procedure.
Low beam adjustment
7. Use the screws (C) and (D), in the following way:
To adjust the beam vertically, turn the screws (C) and (D) simultaneously;
To adjust the beam horizontally, turn the screws (C) and (D) individually.

B A
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1. When the key is turned to ON
When the ignition key (60) is turned to the first position, the display (100) shows for a few seconds the first screen (A) with
numbers or symbols that indicate the machine condition. The parameters that can be checked are shown below.
Scheduled maintenance intervals. MA0 (B) indicates the scheduled maintenance at 150 hours, while MA1 (C)
indicates the scheduled maintenance at 500 hours. If one of the intervals is nearly expired or expired (negative number),
maintenance procedures must be performed as shown in the relevant chapter.
NOTE
When one of the maintenance intervals has expired, one of the symbols (B or C) flashes for a few seconds at
machine start-up.

Enabled hydraulic system (D).


WARNING!
If the symbol is not shown, but the key appears on the display, it means that the maintenance
interval has expired. Proceed as shown in the relevant chapter.
Number of working hours (E).
Odometer (F).
Alarm counter (G). It counts the number of alarms occurred after the last reset of the control unit. If the number is different
from zero, repair and reset the system.
Software overhaul (H).
Road sweeper identification number (I). The number 001 identifies the RS 1300 model, with VM D754IE3 engine.
Fasten the seat belts. The flashing symbols (J) warns that the seat belts must be fastened.
2. Transport mode visualization
When the key is turned to ON, the display (100,) automatically shows the transport mode visualization (K) thus replacing the
screen (A). The screen (K) remains even after the engine has been turned on. This screen shows the following parameters.
Machine speed: 3-digit number (L) with the following symbol Km/h (M).
WARNING!
The speedometer sensor cannot be checked for efficiency, so the system detects that the machine is
stopped even if the sensor is disconnected or shorted, so the related safety systems are disabled.
Fuel level: the fuel level is shown by the horizontal bar indicator (N). The last bars indicate the reserve, they flash when the
level is low. The fuel level instantaneous value in % (O) is shown too.
CAUTION!
If the level sensor is faulty, the display shows warning messages according to the type of fault (short or
open circuit) (for the alarm coding see the Alarm Visualization paragraph).
The symbol (P) indicates that the fuel level indicator is activated.
Engine coolant temperature: the temperature is shown by the horizontal bar indicator (AA). The bars flashes in case
of overheating. The temperature instantaneous value (AC) is shown too. The symbol (AB) indicates that the temperature
indicator is activated.
CAUTION!
If the temperature sensor is faulty, the display shows warning messages according to the type of fault
(short or open circuit) (for the alarm coding see the Alarm Visualization paragraph).
Dust control system tank water level with the relevant indicator (Q):
main tank and sub-tank are full
main tank is empty and sub-tank is full
main tank and sub-tank are empty. In this condition, the dust control system and high-pressure washing system turn
off after about 5 seconds.
! the level sensors are faulty or exchanged.
Machine operation mode with the relevant indicator (R):
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Total kilometers travelled (S) with the relevant symbol (T).
WARNING!
If the symbol is not shown, but the key appears on the display, it means that the maintenance
interval has expired. Proceed as shown in the relevant chapter.

WARNING!
If the symbol shown is not the specified one but the warning symbol appears, it means that
some alarms are stored in the B_BOX. Check the B_BOX (as shown in the relevant paragraph) and see
the Alarm Visualization paragraph for the alarm coding. Repair and reset the B_BOX as shown in the
relevant paragraph.
3. Working mode visualization
When the engine is running, if the machine is set to working mode with the brooms turned on (see the procedure in the
relevant paragraph), the display (100) shows the working mode (U) which contains the following parameters. Only the
parameters different from transport mode are shown.
ENG
Engine speed: 4-digit number (V) with the following symbol rpm (W).
CAUTION!
If the engine speed sensor is faulty, upon start-up the display shows the error message SYSCODE.07
(see Alarm Visualization paragraph).
Replace the sensor as shown in the relevant paragraph.
Machine operation mode with the relevant indicator (X):
working mode
Engine operation hours (Y) with the relevant symbol (Z).
WARNING!

If the symbol is not shown, but the key appears on the display, it means that the maintenance
interval has expired. Proceed as shown in the relevant chapter.

WARNING!

If the symbol shown is not the specified one but the warning symbol appears, it means that
some alarms are stored in the B_BOX. Check the B_BOX (as shown in the relevant paragraph) and see
the Alarm Visualization paragraph for the alarm coding. Repair and reset the B_BOX as shown in the
relevant paragraph.

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4. Alarm visualization
When the engine is running, in case of machine malfunctions, the alarms will be shown on the display (100).
These alarms are classified as instrument inner alarms (63) displayed in (A) and AIA control board transmission line inner
alarms shown in (B).
WARNING!
The alarms are shown for up to 5 seconds. Then the alarm is stored in the B_BOX (to check the B_BOX
see the following procedure).
The instrument inner alarms are shown also in the ALARM LIST (refer to the following ALARM.01 and
ALARM.02).
The instrument inner alarms are indicated by the name ALARM (C) and by some symbols which identify the source (D) and
the seriousness (E) of the alarm. The visualization shown on the second line of the text identifies the alarm description (F). For
some serious alarms, the machine will be automatically shutdown. In this case the counter (G) resets after a countdown of 20
seconds, then a message appears (H).
In the alarm indications, the seriousness symbol can be different:

- Alarm which does not compromise the machine operation. Check/replace the component which caused the alarm.

- Serious alarm which does not cause the machine shutdown. Check/replace the component which caused the alarm.

- STOP Serious alarms which causes the machine shutdown. Check/replace the component which caused the alarm.

The instrument inner alarms recognized and shown on the display (100) are shown below:
Fuel level sensor short-circuited (I)
Open fuel level sensor (J)
Engine coolant overtemperature (K) (the engine is automatically shut-off)
Engine oil low pressure (L) (the engine is automatically shut-off)
Water in fuel (M)
Hydraulic system oil overtemperature (N)
Open or disconnected engine coolant temperature sensor (O)
Coolant temperature sensor short-circuited (P)
Open or disconnected engine oil pressure sensor (Q)
The above-mentioned alarms are also indicated by the activation of the relevant warning lights shown in Machine
Nomenclature paragraph.
The AIA control board data transmission line inner alarms are indicated by the general message SYSCODE (R) plus a 2-digit
code (S) which specifically represents the alarm.
The alarms are shown below:
SYSCODE.99 The control board (AIA) is disconnected
SYSCODE.08 There was no hopper sensor signal at the lifting
SYSCODE.07 The engine speed sensor was not detected at machine start-up

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5. Machine memory visualization
CAUTION!
This reading and/or check must be performed with the machine stopped, in order not to distract attention
from driving.

When the key is turned to ON and the machine is stopped, it is possible to check the data about the machine condition by
performing:
Condition of some signals, in MAIN MENU on the display (100). To do this, repeatedly press the lower part of the push-
button (94) until the above-mentioned item appears. Confirm by pressing the upper part of the push-button (94). The arrow
cursor (A) will be placed near the word STATUS. By pressing the lower part of the push-button (94) the page STATUS.01
(B) appears. STATUS.01 controls inputs and outputs from the control board (AIA). Each square indicates one input/output
of the control board (if it is full, it is active, if it is empty it is not active) and represents:
Broom lifting input (C)
Seated operator input (D)
Lifted hopper sensor input (E)
Hopper door sensor input (F)
Working mode control input (G)
Forward gear control input (H)
Reverse gear control input (I)
Engine start input (J)
Lifted hopper mode control input (K)
Working mode control input (L)
Machine stopped input (M)
Suction fan enabling output (N)
Broom lifting output (O)
Hopper lifting output (P)
Output of the hydraulic functions operated by the drivers seat microswitch (Q)
Diesel engine start output (R)
Broom lowering output (S)
Relay control output (T)
Not used output (U)
Forward gear output (V)
Reverse gear output (W)
Started diesel engine output (X)
Consultation of maintenance intervals, in MAIN MENU on the display (100). To do this, repeatedly press the lower
part of the push-button (94) until the above-mentioned item appears. Confirm by pressing the upper part of the push-button
(94). The arrow cursor (A) will be placed near the word STATUS. Press the upper part of the push-button (94) again to
bring the arrow cursor near the word MAINTENANCE. Confirm by pressing the lower part of the push-button (94). On the
display (100) the page MAINT.01 will be displayed. The number of hours (Y) indicates how many hours there are before
maintenance MA_0 will expire (150 hours), while the number of hours (Z) indicates how many hours there are before
maintenance MA_1 will expire (500 hours). By pressing the lower part of the push-button (94) again, the display (100)
will show the page MAINT.02. The number of hours (AA) indicates the engine running hours, the number of hours (AB)
indicates the machine working hours, the number of km (AC) indicates the total number of km travelled by the machine,
while the number (AD) indicates the alarms occurred after the last system reset.
Consultation of the ALARM LIST inside the instrument (63), in MAIN MENU on the display (100). To do this,
repeatedly press the lower part of the push-button (94) until the above-mentioned item appears. Confirm by pressing the
upper part of the push-button (94). The arrow cursor (A) will be placed near the word STATUS. Press the upper part of
the push-button (94) again to bring the arrow cursor near the word DIAGNOSTIC. Confirm by pressing the lower part
of the push-button (94). On the display (100) the page ALARM_L.01 is shown. By pressing the lower part of the push-
button (94) again, the page ALARM_L.02 will be shown. These two pages contains the alarms previously described. The
numbers (AE, AF, AG and AH) indicates how many times the alarm occurred. The alarm (AI) indicates how many hours
have passed since the clogged filter has been detected. If one of these numbers is different from zero, it is possible to
check when the malfunction occurred. Press the lower part of the push-button (94) until the arrow cursor (AJ) is placed
near the required data. By pressing the lower part of the push-button (94) again, the page of the required alarm will be
shown. For example, the screen (AK) shows the engine coolant overtemperature alarm occurred for the first time after
500 hours, and the second time after 5,550 hours.

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Consultation of B_BOX (AD), where all the alarms occurred after the last memory reset are stored. The alarm is identified
by a number code that can be displayed as shown below: repeatedly press the lower part of the push-button (94) until
MAIN MENU appears. Confirm by pressing the upper part of the push-button (94). The arrow cursor (A) will be placed
near the word STATUS. Press the upper part of the push-button (94) again to bring the arrow cursor near the word
MAINTENANCE. Confirm by pressing the lower part of the push-button (94). On the display (100) the page MAINT.01
is shown; when pressing the lower part of the push-button (94) again, the page MAINT.02 is shown. When pressing the
upper part of the push-button (94), the cursor aligns with B_BOX, then enter the B_BOX by pressing the lower part of the
push-button (94). In this page, the first series of numbers (AL) indicates the alarm identification number, while the second
series of numbers (AM) indicates the time at which the alarm occurred. The stored alarms are up to 16 displayed on four
pages, which can be scrolled by pressing the push-button (94) repeatedly. The alarms shown are both instrument inner
alarms and AIA control board transmission line inner alarms indifferently.
CAUTION!
In the B_BOX the alarms are stored one after the other, so when the alarms are detected, always check
for the time at which the alarm occurred to have a real chronology of the alarms.

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Display contrast change, where the contrast parameters for the visualization on the display (100) are stored. Repeatedly
press the lower part of the push-button (94) until MAIN MENU appears. Confirm by pressing the upper part of the push-
button (94). The arrow cursor (A) will be placed near the word STATUS. Repeatedly press the upper part of the push-
button (94) to bring the arrow cursor near the word UTILITY. Confirm by pressing the lower part of the push-button (94).
On the display (100) the page REG.CONTRASTO (AN) is shown. On this page it is possible to increase or decrease the
visualization contrast as required, and then save it.

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AC
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6. Maintenance interval reset
The Service Center must reset the maintenance intervals at 150 hours (MA_0) and 500 hours (MA_1) on the display, as shown
below:
Turn on the ignition switch by turning the ignition key (60) to the first position, press and hold the display scroll button (94)
until the password entering screen (A) is shown.
Insert the password 376 by pressing the push-button (94) on the upper part to increase the number and on the lower part
to shift the cursor to the next digit. When the number 376 is set, press the lower part of the push-button (94) until the first
screen is shown.
Proceed as shown in the previous paragraph until the MAINT.01 is shown.
Press the push-button (94) on the upper part to shift the cursor (B) to the maintenance interval which has to be reset (C or
D).
NOTE
The pencil shaped cursor indicates the possibility to modify.

Press and hold the push-button (94) on the lower part until the value returns to 150 or 500 hours, depending on the
maintenance which has been performed.

B
A
PASSWORD C
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