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FILM GP 2278069 - Caterpillar

2278069 FILM GP Caterpillar parts FILM
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Walk-Around Inspection
Inspect Machine
1. Inspect the differentials (front and rear) under the machine for leaks. If leaks are noticed, check oil level and correct any leaks.2. Inspect the hydraulic system for leaks. Inspect the tank, hoses, tubes, plugs, joints and fittings. Correct any leaks.3. Inspect the tires (front and rear) for damage and proper inflation. Replace any missing valve caps.4. Inspect the blade control linkage for damage or excessive wear. Repair if damaged.5. Inspect blade for damage or excessive wear.6. Inspect the lights for broken bulbs and lenses. Replace if broken. 7. Be sure the covers and guards are firmly in place. Inspect for damage.8. Inspect and remove any trash build-up in the engine compartment. Check for oil and fuel leaks. Correct any leaks.9. Inspect the transmission for leaks. 10. Inspect the engine precleaner screen. Remove any dirt and debris build-up.11. Inspect the cooling system for leaks, faulty hoses and trash build-up. Correct any leaks and remove any trash from radiator.12. Inspect the steps, walkways and handholds for their condition and cleanliness. 13. Inspect the Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS) or Falling Objects Protective Structure (FOPS) (if equipped) for damage. If repair is necessary contact your Caterpillar dealer. Tighten any loose ROPS/FOPS bolts.14. Inspect the operator's compartment for cleanliness. Keep it clean.15. Inspect the instrument panel for broken gauges and indicator lights. Replace if broken.16. Inspect the seat belt and mounting for excessive wear and damage. Replace if damaged.Cleaning Windows
Use commercially available window cleaning solutions to clean the windows.Cleaning Plastic Windows
The cab may be provided with plastic windows at the rear, both sides and front. They are shatter resistant, and reduce the need for vandalism protection.Hairline scratches and minor abrasions can be removed, or minimized, by using a mild automotive or commercial wax. A thin, even coat of wax, polished by hand with a clean cloth, will help prevent further scratching.
Care must be taken when cleaning these windows to prevent damage to the plastic.Never use gasoline, benzine, acetone, carbon tetrachloride, fire extinguisher fluid, anti-ice fluid, lacquer thinner, acids, alkali, or glass cleaner to clean the plastic. These materials will attack the plastic and may cause it to weaken or break. Do not use abrasive cleaners.Do not use scraper blades or other sharp instruments. Do not rub plastic with dry cloth since this builds up a static charge that attracts dust.
Window Cleaning Methods
Aircraft Windshield Cleaner
Apply the cleaner with a soft cloth. Rub with moderate pressure until all dirt is removed. Allow the cleaner to dry. Wipe off with a clean soft cloth.Soap and Water
Use a clean sponge or soft cloth. Wash windows with a mild soap or detergent, and plenty of lukewarm water. Rinse the windows thoroughly. Dry them with a moist chamois skin or moist cellulose sponge.Stubborn Dirt and Grease
Wash the windows in a good grade of naptha, isopropyl alcohol or Butyl Cellosolve. Follow by washing them with soap and water.Seat Belt
Inspect for Wear or Damage
Always check condition of seat belt and mounting hardware before operating machine. Replace any damaged

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