------ WARNING! ------

Before servicing the machine, lower all equipment, stop engine and lock parking brake, unless otherwise specified.


Block blade before changing cutting edge or end bits.

Use caution when removing radiator cap, drain plugs, grease fittings or pressure taps.

If engine is not running, do not release emergency or parking brake systems unless machine is blocked or restrained. Machine could move and cause injury to personnel.

Always inspect cooling system with engine stopped.

Remove filler cap slowly to relieve pressure. Steam can cause personal injury.

Inhibitor contains alkali. Avoid contact with skin and eyes to prevent personal injury.

When using pressure air, wear protective face shield and protective clothing. Maximum air pressure must be below 30 PSI (205 kPa).

Do not smoke while refueling. Fumes from fuel are flammable.

Do not smoke when observing battery electrolyte level. Batteries give off flammable fumes.

Electrolyte solution is an acid, avoid contact with skin and eyes to prevent personal injury.

Hydraulic oil is flammable. Do not weld on pipes or tubes that are filled with oil.

Do not attempt repairs you do not understand.

Hot hydraulic oil can cause personal injury. Remove hydraulic tank cap slowly to relieve tank pressure. Allow oil to cool before draining tank.

Whenever draining lubricant, extreme caution should be used. Lubricant may be hot and can cause personal injury.

To avoid possible weakening of the ROPS (Rollover Protective Structure), consult a AVSpare dealer before altering the ROPS in any way. The protection offered by the ROPS will be impaired if it has been subjected to structural damage or has been involved in an overturn incident.

Do not attempt adjustments while machine is moving or the engine is running.

Do not allow unauthorized personnel on machine while it is being serviced.

Wear hard hat, protective glasses and protective shoes as the job requires.

Use the proper tools. Repair or replace broken or damaged equipment.

Operate engine only in well ventilated area.

Store oily rags and other combustible material in a safe place.

Attach tags to controls while tractor is being serviced.

Turn disconnect switch OFF and remove key before servicing electrical system.

Read and understand warning and caution information provided on the machine. Follow servicing instructions carefully.