1 O P E R AT O R ' S S A F ET Y. AND SERVICE MANUAL. 2000 , 2018 AP2000+. & 3550. This manual covers the following serial numbers and higher for each model listed: V I B R AT O R Y P L ATE S. MBW, Inc. MBW (UK) Ltd. MBW FRANCE 250 Hartford Rd PO Box 440 Units 2 & 3 Cochrane Street Phone: +33 (0) 3 44 07 15 96. Slinger, WI 53086-0440 Bolton BL3 6BN, England Phone: (262) 644-5234 Phone: 01204 387784. Fax: (262) 644-5169 Fax: 01204 387797 L18702/ Email: MBW, Inc. 2015. Website: Printed in the USA. TAB L E O F C O N TE N T S. SAFETY INFORMATION .. 1 Torque Chart .. 9. Introduction .. 1 Service Tools .. 9. Exciter Removal .. 9. Safety Precautions .. 1. Safety Decals .. 1 ( 2000 ) Exciter Disassembly .. 9. ( 2000 ) Exciter Assembly .. 10. SPECIFICATIONS.
2 3 (3550) Exciter Disassembly .. 10. (3550) Exciter Assembly .. 10. OPERATION .. 5. Exciter installation .. 11. Introduction .. 5 Parts Replacement Cycles and Tolerances .. 11. Before Starting & Operating .. 5. Starting Engine .. 5 REPLACEMENT PARTS.. 1 . Operating .. 5 2000 & 2018 EXCITER ASSEMBLY .. 1 . Stopping Engine .. 5 3550 Exciter Assembly.. 1 . Lifting/Transporting .. 5 ENGINE ASSEMBLY 2000 / 2018 .. ENGINE ASSEMBLY 3550 .. 20. MAINTENANCE .. 6. ROLLCAGE ASSEMBLY .. 22. Maintenance Schedule .. 6 2018 ASSEMBLY .. 24. Fluid Levels.. 6. Engine Maintenance .. 6 WARRANTY .. 2 . Engine Speed .. 6. Cleaning Plate .. 6. Belt Adjustment.. 6. Checking Exciter Oil .. 7. Changing Exciter Oil .. 7. SERVICE .. 9. WARNING. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING.
3 Engine exhaust and some of its constituents and dust produced during the use of this product contain chemi- cals known in the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm. For more information go to S A F ET Y I N F O R M ATI O N. Introduction NOISE PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified hearing protection devices. This Safety Alert Symbol is used to call attention EYE PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified to items or operations which may be dangerous eye shields, safety glasses, and sweat bands. to those operating or working with this equipment. The symbol can be found throughout this manual FOOT PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified and on the unit. Please read these warnings and cautions, steel-tipped safety shoes.
4 Along with all decals, carefully before attempting to operate HEAD PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified the unit. Make sure every individual who operates or works safety helmets. with this equipment is familiar with all safety precautions. OPERATOR: Keep children and bystanders off and away from the equipment. WARNING. GENERAL WARNING. Indicates information DUST PROTECTION: Machining, crushing or important to the proper operation of the equipment. handling of stone, concrete, masonry, metal Failure to observe may result in damage to the and other materials may generate dust, mist equipment and/or severe bodily injury or death. and fumes containing chemicals such as silica, known to cause serious or fatal injury or illness, such as respiratory disease, silicosis, cancer, birth defects, or CAUTION other reproductive harm.
5 GENERAL CAUTION. Indicates information Control dust, mist and fumes at the source where possible. important to the proper operation of the equipment. Water should be used to control dust whenever feasible. Failure to observe may result in damage to the Use good work practices and follow the recommendations equipment. of the manufacture, OSHA/NIOSH and other occupational trade associations. When hazards cannot be eliminated the operator and any Safety Precautions bystanders should always wear a OSHA specified respirator for materials being handled. LETHAL EXHAUST GAS: An internal combustion engine discharges carbon monoxide, a poisonous, odorless, invisible REFERENCES: For details on safety rules and regulations gas. Death or serious illness may result if in the United States, contact your local Occupational Safety inhaled.
6 Operate only in a properly ventilated and Health Administration (OSHA) office. Equipment area. NEVER OPERATE IN A CONFINED operated in other countries must be operated and serviced AREA! in accordance and compliance with any and all safety requirements of that country. The publication of these safety DANGEROUS FUELS: Use extreme caution precautions is done for your information. MBW does not by when storing, handling and using fuels, as the publication of these precautions, imply or in any way they are highly volatile and explosive in vapor represent that these are the sum of all dangers present near state. Do not add fuel while engine is running. MBW equipment. If you are operating MBW equipment, it is Stop and cool the engine before adding fuel.
7 Your responsibility to insure that such operation is in full DO NOT SMOKE! accordance with all applicable safety requirements and SAFETY GUARDS: It is the owner's codes. All requirements of the United States Federal responsibility to ensure that all guards and Occupational Safety and Health Administration Act must be shields are in place and in working order. met when operated in areas that are under the jurisdiction of that United States Department. IGNITION SYSTEMS: Breakerless, magneto, and battery ignition systems can cause severe Safety Decals electrical shocks. Avoid contacting these units or their wiring. Carefully read and follow all safety decals. Keep them in good condition. If decals become damaged, replace as SAFE DRESS: Do not wear loose clothing, required.
8 If repainting the unit, replace all decals. Decals are rings, wristwatches, etc. near machinery. available from authorized MBW distributors. Order the decal set listed on the following page(s). -1- CAUTION $63+$/7 CAUTION. Machine may fall and cause injury or damage if :$7(5. Read the Operating Instructions before Wear approved hearing lifted improperly. Lift by handles or rollcage only. operating this piece of equipment. protection, foot protection, eye protection and head protection. GP2000=165 lbs (75 kg) AP3550=254 lbs (115 kg). Keep unauthorized and untrained AP2000=193 lbs (88 kg) GP5800=300 lbs (136 kg). 7$1. people away from this equipment. SHUT OFF the motor before servic- ing or cleaning. GP3550=226 lbs (103kg). ROTATING & MOVING PARTS!)
9 Make sure all guards and safety STOP 16402. 16402. devices are in place. DO NOT RUN in an enclosed area.. Avoid breathing dust from operating The engine produces carbon 21742. 01066. machine, wear OSHA specified dust monoxide, a POISONOUS GAS. mask/respirator. Failure to comply could result in serious bodily injury. 20019 21742. WARNING. 20019 OPERATION OF THIS EQUIPMENT MAY. CREATE SPARKS THAT CAN START FIRES. AROUND DRY VEGETATION. A SPARK. ARRESTER MAY BE REQUIRED. THE. OPERATOR SHOULD CONTACT LOCAL FIRE. AGENCIES FOR LAWS OR REGULATIONS. RELATING TO FIRE PREVENTION 19791. 19791. WARNING. Operating, servicing and maintaining this equipment 12500 can expose you to chemicals, including engine exhaust, phthalates and lead, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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