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Original Illustrated Factory Operating and Maintenance Instructions for Hitachi Hydraulic Excavators Models Zaxis 400LCH-3, Zaxis 400R-3

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Covered models:
    Zaxis 400LCH-3
    Zaxis 400R-3

    Recognize Safety Information
    Understand Signal Words
    Follow Safety Instructions
    Prepare for Emergencies
    Wear Protective Clothing
    Protect Against Noise
    Inspect Machine
    General Precautions for Cab
    Use Handholds and Steps
    Adjust the Operator°s Seat
    Ensure Safety Before Rising from or Leaving Operator°s Seat
    Fasten Your Seat Belt
    Move and Operate Machine Safely
    Handle Starting Aids Safely
    Operate Only from Operator°s Seat
    Jump Starting
    Keep Riders Off Machine
    Precautions for Operations
    Investigate Job Site Beforehand
    Equipment of Head Guard, ROPS, FOPS
    Provide Signals for Jobs Involving Multiple Numbers of Machines
    Confirm Direction of Machine to Be Driven
    Drive Machine Safely
    Avoid Injury from Rollaway Accidents
    Avoid Injury from Back-over and Swing Accidents
    Keep Person Clear from Working Area
    Never Position Bucket Over Anyone
    Avoid Undercutting
    Avoid Tipping
    Never Undercut a High Bank
    Dig with Caution
    Operate with Caution
    Avoid Power Lines
    Precautions for Lightening
    Object Handling
    Protect Against Flying Debris
    Park Machine Safely
    Handle Fluids Safely?avoid Fires
    Transport Safely
    Practice Safe Maintenance
    Warn Others of Service Work
    Support Machine Properly
    Stay Clear of Moving Parts
    Prevent Parts from Flying
    Store Attachments Safely
    Prevent Burns
    Replace Rubber Hoses Periodically
    Avoid High-pressure Fluids
    Prevent Fires
    Evacuating in Case of Fire
    Beware of Exhaust Fumes
    Precautions for Welding and Grinding
    Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
    Avoid Applying Heat to Lines Containing Flammable Fluids
    Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
    Beware of Asbestos Dust
    Prevent Battery Explosions
    Service Air Conditioning System Safely
    Handle Chemical Products Safely
    Dispose of Waste Properly
    Cab Features
    Multi Function Monitor
     Menu Screen (23)
     Hour Meter
     Fuel Gauge
     Back Monitor Selector
     Menu Key
     Optional Function Key
     Return to Basic Screen Key
     Alarm Light
     Optional Function Display
     Coolant Temperature Gauge
     Operating Status Icon Display
    Alarm Occurrence Screen
    Contents of Alarms
    Clock Setting
    Attachment Selection (Only Machines Equipped with Optional Parts)
    Pump 2 Flow Rate Adjustment (Only Machines Equipped with Optional Parts)
    Displaying Operating Conditions
    Fuel Rate Display/No Display
    Back Monitor Settings
    Maintenance Settings
    Mail (Optional)
    Language Settings
    Switch Panel
    Engine Control Dial
    Auto-idle Switch
    Power Mode Switch
    Travel Mode Switch
    Work Light Switch
    Wiper/Washer Switch
    Switch Panel (Optional)
    Key Switch
    Power Boost Switch
    Horn Switch
    Cigar Lighter
    Cab Light
    Installing Fire Extinguisher (Optional)
    Pilot Control Shut-off Lever
    Engine Stop Switch
    Fuse Box
    Additional Fuse Box
    Auto Air Conditioner
    Cab Heater Operation
    Cooling Operation
    Defroster Operation
    Tips for Optimal Air Conditioner Usage
    Cab Heater (Optional)
    Cab Heater Operation
    Defroster Operation
    AM/FM Radio Operation
    Digital Clock Setting Procedure
    Cab Door Release Lever
    Opening Upper Front Window (Optional)
    Closing Upper Front Window (Optional)
    Removing and Storing Lower Front Window (Optional)
    Opening Side Windows
    Opening/Closing Overhead Window (Optional)
    Emergency Exit
    Emergency Exit (Optional)
    Adjusting the Mechanical Suspension Seat
    Seat With a Built-in Heater
    Adjusting the Air-suspension Seat (Optional)
    Seat With a Built-in Heater
    Adjusting the Fixed Seat (Optional)
    Adjusting Console Height
    Seat Belt
    Observe Engine Operation Closely
    Every 8 Hours or Daily
    After the First 50 Hours
    After the First 100 Hours
    Inspect Machine Daily Before Starting
    Before Starting Engine
    Starting the Engine in Ordinary Temperature
    Starting in Cold Weather
    Check Instruments After Starting
    Using Booster Batteries
    Stopping the Engine
    Drive the Machine Carefully
    Steering the Machine Using Pedals
    Steering the Machine Using Levers
    Travel Mode Switch
    Travel Alarm (Optional)
    Operating on Soft Ground
    Raise One Track Using Boom and Arm
    Towing Machine a Short Distance
    Operating in Water or Mud
    Parking the Machine on Slopes
    Parking the Machine
    Control Lever (ISO Pattern)
    Control Lever (HITACHI Pattern) (Optional)
    Attchement Pedal (Hydraulic Breaker) (Optional)
    Attchement Pedal (Accelerator Type)
    Attchement Pedal (Common Use Type) in the Unlock Position
    Attchement Pedal (Hydraulic Crusher)
    Pilot Control Shut-off Lever
    Engine Speed Control
    Work Mode
    Work Mode Select
    Power Boost
    Power Mode
    Operating Backhoe
    Grading Operation
    Avoid Abusive Operation
    Operating Tips
    Select Correct Track Shoes
    Hydraulic Breaker and Hydraulic Crusher
    Pipings for Breaker and Crusher
    Secondary Relief Pressure Adjustment
    Precautions for Breaker Operation
    Breaker Maintenance
    Precautions for Crusher Operation
    Attachment Connection Parts
    Precaution for Arm Roll-in/Bucket Roll-in Combined Operation
    When Installing an Attachment Longer Than Standard Bucket
    Shackle Hole Usage
    Overnight Storage Instructions
    Emergency Boom Lowering Procedure
    Object Handling .
    Transporting By Road
    Loading/Unloading on a Trailer
    Machine Lifting Procedure
    Correct Maintenance and Inspection Procedures
    Check the Hour Meter Regularly
    Use Correct Fuels and Lubricants
    Maintenance Guide Table
    Prepare Machine for Maintenance
    Hood and Access Covers
    Periodic Replacement of Parts
    Maintenance Guide
     Front Joint Pins
     Swing Bearing
     Swing Internal Gear
     Electric Grease Gun
     Engine Oil Level
     Change Engine Oil
     Replace Engine Oil Filter
     Pump Transmission
     Swing Reduction Gear
     Travel Reduction Gear
    DHydraulic System
     Inspection and Maintenance of Hydraulic
     Breaker Maintenance
     Check Hydraulic Oil Level
     Change Hydraulic Oil
     Suction Filter Cleaning
     Replace Hydraulic Tank Oil Filter
     Replace Pilot Oil Filter
     Replace Air Breather Element
     Check Hoses and Lines
     Service Recommendations for Hydraulic Fittings
    EFuel System
    Drain Fuel Tank Sump
    Check Water Separator
    Replace Fuel Main Filter Element
    Replace Fuel Pre-Filter Element
    Clean Fuel Solenoid Pump Strainer
    Check Fuel Hoses
    FAir Cleaner
     Clean the Air Cleaner Outer Element
     Replace the Air Cleaner Outer and Inner Elements
    GCooling System
    Check Coolant Level
    Check and Adjust Fan Belt Tension
     Change Coolant
     Clean Radiator, Oil Cooler Core and InterCooler
     Clean Oil Cooler, Radiator and InterColler Front Screen
     Clean Air Conditioner Condenser
     Clean Fuel Oil Cooler
     Clean Air Conditioner Front Screen (Opt.)
    HElectrical System
     Replace Batteries
     Replacing Fuses
     Check Bucket Teeth
     Change Bucket
     Adjust the Bucket Linkage (Backhoe)
     Remove the Travel Levers
     Check and Replace Seat Belt Check
     Check Windshield Washer Fluid Level
     Check Track Sag
     Clean and Replace Air Conditioner Filter
     Check the Air Conditioner
     Clean Cab Floor
     Retighten Cylinder Head Bolt
     Inspect and Adjust Valve Clearance
     Check Fuel Injection Timing
     Measure Engine Compression Pressure
     Check Starter and Alternator
     Check Water Pump
     Check Tightening Torque of Bolts and Nuts.
     Hydraulic Circuit
     Electrical Circuit
     Electrical Diagram
     Maintenance Under Special Environmental Conditions
     Storing the Machine
     Removing the Machine from Storage
     Impossible to Start the Engine
     Electrical System
     Mode Selection
     Control Levers
     Hydraulic System
     Specifications (ZAXIS400R-3, ZAXIS400LCH-3)
     Working Ranges (ZAXIS400R-3, ZAXIS400LCH-3)
     Bucket Types and Applications (ZAXIS400R-3, ZAXIS400LCH-3)
     Sound Level Results (2000/14/EC)
     Vibration Level
     Lifting Capacities


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