Avoid overloading the air box when
using the quick start button. Do not
attempt more than three consecutive
starts without allowing the quick start
fluid to dissipate. Otherwise, an
overloading of the air box with highly
explosive fluid and minor explosion
Allow engine and hydraulic oil to warm up to normal
temperature before applying a load.
A NATO slave receptacle is located at the battery
box for engine start from an external 24 VDC power
source in the event the cranes batteries fail.
The crane cannot be started by pushing
PROGRAMING LMI FOR LIFTING ON RUBBER
Position Reeving Selector switch to correct number
for parts of line being used.
Position ON OUTRIGGERS/ON RUBBER switch to
Position STATIONARY/PICK & CARRY switch to
desired position for type of on rubber lift.
Position Data Selector switch to display desired
information on Data Display.
LIFTING ON RUBBER
When lifting a load on rubber (i.e. without extending
outriggers), review all
operating on rubber.
Study job site and determine best location for crane.
Get weight of load, measure load radius and check
On-Rubber Capacity Chart (Refer to Appendix F) to
determine boom length and angle.
Position crane on level surface.
Dry Run - Follow Preload Check procedure.
Rig load and attach to hook.
Be sure everyone is clear of the crane and the work
Raise load a few inches and hold it there. Check that
hoist brake is working correctly. Check for settling of
tires. Watch bubble level and alignment of the load
line with boom. If there is any sign of instability, put
the load down and move crane to flatter surface.