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Section III. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SERVICES
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Section IV. OPERATORS MAINTENANCE
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A--After  operation
M--Monthly
B--Before operation
Interval
W--Weekly
Q--Quaterly
D--During  operation
Operator
Org.
Daily
Procedure
Reference
A
W
M
Q
Item to be inspected
D
B
Check operation. Replace if
X
Horn
X
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defective.
X
Chock for proper operation.
Controls and instru-
X
8
Controls should operate
ment
freely with no binding.
X
X
Check for unusual noise, vi-
X
General
9
bration or any other indica-
tion signifying trouble.
X
X
Fire extinguisher
Cheek for proper charge.
X
10
Check for leaks and loose con-
Tilt cylindera
X
X
X
X
X
11
nections. Mast will tilt
evenly when properly
adjusted.
X
X
X
Check for cracked, broken or
Lift chains
12
excessively worn links.
X
Check for leaks and loose con-
Hoist cylinder
13
X
nection.
X
X
Handbrake lever
Check for proper operation.
X
X
14
X
X
X
Check for lubricant leakage.
Power axle
15
X
Steering gear
Check for lubricant leakage.
X
X
X
X
X
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Check for proper operation.
cessively worn, not leaking, and adequately lu-
b. Intervals. Each truck will be inspected by
bricated apply to most items in the preventive-
its assigned operator, each day it is operated.
This service is divided into three parts.
maintenance and inspection procedures. Any or
(1) Before-operation service. This is a brief
all of these checks that are pertinent to any item
service to ascertain that the truck is ready for
(including supporting, attaching, or connecting
operation; it is mainly a check to see if condi-
members) will be performed automatically as
tions affecting the trucks readiness have changed
'
general procedures, in addition to any specific
since the last after-operation service.
procedures given.
(2) During-operation service. This service
(a) Inspection for good condition is usu-
consists of detecting unsatisfactory performances.
ally visual inspection to determine if the unit is
While driving or operating, the driver should
safe or serviceable. Good condition is explained
be alert for any unusual noises or odors, steer-
further as meaning: not bent or twisted, not
ing irregularities, or any other indication of mal-
chafed or burned, not broken or cracked, not
function of any part of the truck. Every time the
bare or frayed, not dented or collapsed, not tom
operator picks up or deposits a load, applies the
or cut, not deteriorated.
brakes, accelerates or turns the truck, it should
(b) Inspection of a unit to see if it is cor-
be considered a test and any unusual or unsatis-
rectly assembled is usually a visual inspection to
factory performance noted.
see if the unit is in its normal position in the
(3) After-operation  service. This is the
truck and if all its parts are present and in their
basic daily service for all trucks. It consists of
correct relative positions.
correcting, so far as possible, any operating de-
(c) Inspection of a unit to see if it is
ficiencies, so that the truck is prepared to be op-
secure is usually a visual, hand-feel, pry-bar,
erated again, upon a moments notice, should
'
wrench, or screwdriver inspection for looseness
the situation so require.
in the unit. This inspection will include any
c. General Procedures for AU Services and
brackets, lockwashers, locknuts, locking wires,
Inspections.
and cotter pins as well as any connecting tubes,
(1) The general procedures ((2) below)
hoses, or wires.
apply to all inspections and are just as important
(d) Excessively worn is understood to
as the specific procedures.
mean worn beyond serviceable limits, or likely to
(2) Inspections to see if items are in good
fail if replaced before the next scheduled inspec-
condition, correctly assembled, secure, not ex-
tion. Excessive wear of mating parts or linkage
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