Grove T 60 Boom Lift Operation Manual
Nice lookin' lift there DT [img]smile.gif[/img] While a scissor lift can come in handy for tasks like hanging pipe, conduits or light steelwork as they can be raised level on the work platform, the articulation lets these go nearly anywhere you can 'shoot the boom'. All I can tell you from similar JLGs is that the defining moment appears to be when you step on the footpedal and hear the audible sound of a relay pull in. I see your control speed is set to 'rabbit' on the main panel, but make sure it hasn't been turned to 'turtle' on the same feature inside the basket [img]smile.gif[/img] The Estop may twist to release but highly unlikely it would move at all with the Estop depressed. I see your control speed is set to 'rabbit' on the main panel, but make sure it hasn't been turned to 'turtle' on the same feature inside the basket In the basket there is no turtle/rabbit knob, but rather (I presume) the speed is controled the same as on my scissor lift, and that is they both have joystick controls and you press the joystick in the direction you want to go.the further you press the stick the faster it goes. The interesting difference on the Grove is since it will rotate 360 degrees, you tend to get confused about which is the 'front' and 'back' of the chassis, so you go by back arrow vs white arrow on the joystick taking note of same large decals on the body to know which way the device will travel when you press the joystick.
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A handy feature if near the edge of a loading dock. The Grove GPX, CAPX, and D3 all require user name and password. The serial number is required for registration to access.
Further confusion is added by breaking down man lifts into vertical mast lift, articulated boom, straight boom telescoping, then Grove, Manitowoc, and National Crane. That's just the man lifts The Master Document list for Grove does not show model numbers for manuals listed, but shows a group of part numbers for the manuals based on serial numbers in a generic PDF document, if that makes sense. Then, after you get through all that, you still have to go through the registration mess to figure out if it can be downloaded from either D3, CAPX, or GPX. As far as a manual goes, I'd call the Greg Poole place above to see if that's how it works or if it's dealer only. Some of the troubleshooting manuals were listed as such. It is a highly convoluted mess there to figure out, and it all loops you back to the brochure if you can't login.
In short, yes, I did look for the manual to download or even a generic version by going to my favorite military manuals site (NOT Tpub), not even restricted versions were found. None at dealer sites, where they sometimes are 'inadvertently' available. I know its out there, just gotta find it. The world is my library.
Anybody can guess, but they wrote it down so you don't have to I have a guess but no electricals, so its only a guess. Coz, please tell.
Hey guys this is sort of off the subject I had a problem with a Gennie,going up to remove old piping from a crane rail and paying attention to a gas line on a colum, shoved the basket up under the crane rail and crushed my hand between the boom and the crane rail with my hand still on the up switch. When I got back form the Doc. Had allready put a gaurd over the controls. The safety report still read it was my fault! That one would go 180 but not 360 but went real slow when backwards, I would check the boards if it's been wet,the contacts my be green.Clean with a pencel eresar, don't go crazy with the pressure just enough to remove the crud hope this helps. Can't find a dang thing about it specifically, so I'm going to guess based on a$$umptions and generic interlocks, we know how that goes Assumption: Machine must work, its only showing 296.7 hours so little if anything wrong. Its shown sitting in yard of other equipment and it didn't fly there.
Lets assume batteries are adequately charged, hydraulic reservoir level good. Guess: A combination of control select keyswitch and E stop pb. Try E stop depressed, control function to ground, spring return to platform cntrl, pull E stop, and try the bucket functions.
I'm guessing the E stop needs to be pulled the last thing in the circuit to use the foot pedal enable for bucket control. Note: Some machines have brake pumps to release the brakes during unforseen circumstances. It would look kinda like a manual fuel primer pump accompanied by all sorts of warning decals I'm sure. I believe with no pressure/resistance felt at the manual pump the brakes are locked. If so equipped, that may assist with troubleshooting symptoms.
Without electricals and contact developments I'm stumped. Keith, yes, checked all of those. Total battery voltage is currently 49.4 volts (48 volt system), however SG is a bit low at 1150 average. Still, full charge at 51 volts would help that. When I press the traction joystick I can hear contactors in the chassis click into engagement and the motion alarm begins to beep but no wheel movement whatsoever.
Looking more and more like electronic problem as all fuses and corrosion issues looks good. Servocon board looks suspect. Coz, I would never, 'nail anyone else to the cross if they asked the question I asked' I challenge you to present a single instance of where I may have fretted at someone for asking a question of this nature. You have over 19,000 posts to select from, so if it ever happened shouldn't be hard to find some examples. If you don't, then 20,000 members can assume you are the foolish troll you appear to be. You are amazing!!!!! Your ability is uncanny.
3 posts ladies and gentlemen and he’s got it. You hit the nail right on the head. You are right, I am foolish and a troll. How do you do it? Actually I’m only a little foolish, that’s why I end up here from time to time.
Planmeca Proline Xc Technical Manual. I have watched you bully and demean members in almost every thread you are a part of. I think I would really enjoy meeting you in person.
Should 20K posts impress me? I’m out doing it while you are here talking about doing it. Buy a manual. Read the safety section first. You will probably find what you are looking for. I have been looking for a good reason to call you the dick that you are for some time now.
This as good as any. I won’t be back and I don’t think I will be missed.
Bought a 2000 Grove AMZ39NE like below photo. Everything works fine except the actual traction. When I hit the forward or reverse lever, the warning beeps start but nothing happens.wheels don't budge an inch. Never operated one of these before and didn't get a manual with it, so just wondering if there is some 'secret' to getting the traction going that I'm not aware of. There is a limit switch for when the boom is down all the way, so I thought maybe that had to be engaged but even when it is, still no go.
Could be something wrong with the machine, but just wondering if anyone knows a secret proceedure on the traction of these things. On a scissors lift for example, you have a switch on the traction lever you must engage first.
On some you pull up on the lever before pushing it forward or reverse. But on this machine this is no provision for either of those.just a lever for 'go' with rocker button on top for turning. There is a foot pedal to 'energize' the whole system of course. Btw, if anyone is wondering why this sort of 'compact' manlift is desirable over say a scissor lift for inside use, it's because you can lift up and over machines that might be in the way otherwise. Sometimes a light you want to change will be right above a 20,000 lb 9 x 10 footprint machine and you just can't position the scissor lift close enough due to the obstructions. But with this puppy you can be way beyond your target and still reach it with ease.
The downside is that the machine itself takes up more space in the shop. I have a Marklift so not the same machine, but here's what usually is the cause on the Marklift. There is a duplicate set of controls for raising, lowering, and rotating. One set in the basket and one set on the ground part of the machine. The traction will only work if the control is switched to the basket. I guess they don't want you to stand along side the machine and drive around. You must drive from the basket.
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