Lower bucket before servicing hydraulic system.
Use caution when removing radiator cap, drain plugs, grease fittings or pressure taps.
Engage parking brake, block tires and attach warning tags to controls while servicing loader.
Personal injury can result if machine is articulated when someone is in the pivot area. Install safety pin, shut off engine and relieve hydraulic pressure before working in pivot area.
When using pressure air, wear safety face shield and protective clothing. Use 30 PSI (2 kg/cm2) maximum pressure air for cleaning purposes.
Do not attempt adjustments while loader is moving or the engine is running.
Use the proper tools. Repair or replace broken or damaged equipment.
Wear hard hat, safety glasses and safety shoes as the job requires.
Use a self attaching air chuck and stand behind tread when inflating tires.
Operate engine only in well ventilated area.
Store oily rags and other combustible material in a safe place.
Promote good housekeeping. Keep tools and work area clean.
Do not service center area of loader with engine running.
Do not smoke while refueling.
Do not attempt repairs you do not understand.
Do not allow unauthorized personnel on loader while it is being serviced.
Connect front and rear frames with safety link before servicing loader.
Turn disconnect switch OFF and remove key before servicing electrical system.
Read warning and caution information provided on the loader Follow servicing instructions carefully.