Daewoo Solar 470LC-V Excavator Operation and Maintenance Manual

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Daewoo Solar 470LC-V Excavator Operation and Maintenance Manual

This manual PDF download describes procedures for operation, handling, lubrication, maintenance, checking, and adjustment for the Daewoo Doosan Solar 470LC-V Excavator. It will help the operator or anyone realize peak performance through effective, economical and safe machine operation and maintenance.


Daewoo Excavator Solar 470LC-V
Serial Number 1001 and Up


Operating Controls
Inspection, Maintenance & Adjustment


File Format : PDF
Language : English
Printable : Yes
Searchable : Yes
Bookmarked : Yes
Product Code : 022-00022E
Total Pages : 242

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To the Operator of a Daewoo Excavator
Learn the Signal Words Used with the Safety Alert Symbol
Location of Safety Labels
1. Warnings for operation, inspection and maintenance (190-00688, 190-00092).
2. Warnings for high voltage (190-00689, 190-00096)
3. Warnings when opening a front window (190-00690, 190-00093).
4. warnings for a high pressure cylinder (190-00122).
5. Warnings when adjusting track tension (2190-3386A, 190-00521).
6. WARNINGs FOR LEAVING OPERATOR’S SEAT (190-00693, 190-00094).
7. Warnings for batteries maintenance (2190-2533A, 190-00100).
8. Warnings for high temperature hydraulic oil (190-00691, 190-00097)
9. Warnings for hot Coolant (190-00692, 190-00097)
10. Warnings for handling an accumulator (190-00703, 190-00099).
11. WARNINGS FOR ROTATING PARTS (190-00694, 190-00095, 190-00557).
12. Warning tag – used when inspection and maintenance (190-00695, 190-00098).
13. warning for a hot surface (190?00648).
14. caution for hood (190-00522).
15. keep out of the swing area (2190-3379, 190-00090).
16. Warnings for front attachments (190-00652).
Summary of Safety Precautions for Lifting in Digging Mode
Unauthorized Modifications
General Hazard Information
Safety Rules
Safety Features
Inside Operator’s Compartment
Clothing and Personal Protective Items
Mounting and Dismounting
Fuel, Oil and Hydraulic Fluid Fire Hazards
Precautions When Handling Fluids at High Temperature
Asbestos dust hazard prevention
Injury from Work Equipment
Fire Extinguisher and First Aid Kit
Protection from Falling or Flying Objects
Attachment Precautions
Indoor Ventilation
Emergency Exit
Before Starting Engine
Work Site Precautions
Checks Before Starting Engine
Engine Starting
Before Operating Machine
Machine Operation
When Swinging or Changing Direction of Travel
Travel Precautions
Traveling on Slopes
Prohibited Operations
Precautions for Operation
Avoid High-voltage Cables
Operate Carefully on Snow, Ice and in Very Cold Temperatures
Operations on Slopes
Parking Machine
Never Let Anyone Ride on Attachment
Warning Tag
Clean Before Inspection or Maintenance
Proper Tools
Use of Lighting
Fire Prevention and Explosion Prevention
Burn Prevention
Welding Repairs
Precautions for Removal, Installation, and Storage of Attachments
Precautions when Working on Machine
Lock Inspection Covers
Crushing Prevention and Cutting Prevention
Track Tension Adjustments Require Caution
Supports and Blocking for Work Equipment
Action When Abnormally Is Found During Inspection
Precautions with High Pressure Line, Tubes and Hoses
Waste Materials
Battery Hazard Prevention
Boost Starting or Charging Engine Batteries
Precautions When Towing
Shipping and Transportation
Obey State and Local Over-the-Road Regulations
Excavator Rated Lift Capacity Tables

Operating Controls
Component Locations
Operator’s Area
Operational Controls and Panels
1. Starter Switch
2. Engine Speed Control Dial
3. light Switch
4. Wiper Switch
5. Windshield Washer Switch
6. Travel Speed Selection Switch
7. Stereo On/Off Switch
8. Cab Work Light Switch (Optional)
9. Warning Light Switch (Optional)
10. Travel/Swing Alarm Switch (Optional)
11. Overload Warning Switch (Optional)
12. Heater and Air Conditioner Control Panel
13. Cigar Lighter
14. Power Socket for 12 Volt
15. Horn Switch (Left-hand Work Lever (Joystick))
16. Booster Switch (Right-Hand work lever (Joystick))
17. Breaker Switch (Right-Hand Work Lever (Joystick))
18. Instrument Panel
19. Safety Lever
Instrument Panel
Functional check
1. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge
2. Fuel Gauge
3. Multifunction Gauge and Graphic Information Area
4. Digital Clock
5. Hour Meter
6. Charge Warning Light
7. Engine Oil Pressure Warning Light
8. Coolant Temperature Warning Light
9. Preheating Completion Light
10. Work Light Indicator Light
11. Overload Warning Light (Optional)
Multifunction Gauge and Graphic Information
Communication Indicator
Communication Error Warning
1. Engine Speed
2. Battery Voltage
3. Front Hydraulic Pump Pressure
4. Rear Hydraulic Pump Pressure
5. Abnormal State Warning of Filters
Mode Selection Buttons
1. Power Mode Selection Button
2. Trenching Mode Selection Button
3. Auto Idle Selection Button
4. Display Selection Button
Setting Method for Main Menu
Main Menu
Set Clock
Filter / Oil Info
Heater and Air Conditioner Control Panel
Location of Controls and Vents
Operation Panel
1. Fan and Air-conditioner Switch
2. Fan Speed Selection Switches
3. Temperature Control Switch
4. Air Outlet Selection Switch
5. Ventilation Selection Switch
Memory Function of Used Mode
Additional Operating Instructions
Security and Area Code Setting.
Order to Set Up Security and Area Code
Front Panel
1. Power/Volume Control Knob
2. Sound Mode Selection Button
3. Band Selection Switch
4. Tuning Up/Down
5 & 6. Auto Memory and Preset Scan Button / Preset Station Button
7. Tape Slot
8. Tape Ejection Button
9. Cassette and Program Buttons
10. Security Warning LED
11. Scan
12. LCD
Care of Stereo
Fuse Boxes
Miscellaneous Electrical Devices
1. Cab Light
2. Pilot Cutoff Switch
3. Circuit Breaker
4. Fusible Link
Seat Adjustment
1. Forward / Backward Adjustment (Figure 83)
2. Adjusting the Seat’s Tilt and Seat Height (Figure 83)
3. Weight Adjustment (Figure 83)
4. Adjusting Reclining (Figure 83)
5. Moving the Total Seat Setting Forward/Backward (Figure 83)
6. Angle Adjustment of Armrest (Figure 84)
7. Headrest (Figure 84)
Seat Belt
Seat Belt Locking and Unlocking
Ceiling Cover
Opening the Ceiling Cover
Closing the Ceiling Cover
Front Windows
Front Upper Window
Front Bottom Window
Door Side Latch
Miscellaneous Access Covers and Doors
Side Door
Battery Box Door
Engine Cover
Cab Storage Compartments
Emergency Glass Breaking Tool

To Handle a New Excavator
Lubrication and filters
Starting and Stopping the Engine
Inspection Before Starting Engine
Operational Checks Before Starting Engine
Engine Start
Cold Weather Starting
Starting Engine With a Booster Cable
Hydraulic System Warm-up
Hydraulic System Warm-Up – Cold Weather
Engine Shut Down
Check and Confirmation After Stopping Engine
Safety Lever
Automatic Travel Speed Control
General Travel Instructions
Travel Control Lever Operation
Operating Instructions
Engine Speed Control
Mode Selection
Work Levers (ISO Style)
Operating Precautions
Working in Water
Parking Excavator
Towing Procedure
Hydraulic Breaker
Selection of Hydraulic Breaker.
Hydraulic Hoses and Tubing for Breaker.
Hydraulic Breaker Operation
To activate breaker;
Hydraulic Oil and Filter Service Intervals
Operating Techniques
Operation Under Unusual Conditions
Operation In Extreme Cold
Operation In Extreme Heat
Operation In Dusty Or Sandy Areas
Operation In Rainy or Humid Conditions
Operation In Salt Water Areas
Operation at High Altitudes

Inspection, Maintenance and Adjustment
Serial Numbers
Safety Precautions
Preliminary Work Machine Setup for Maintenance
Table of Recommended Lubricants
Fluid Capacities
Lubrication and Service Chart
Maintenance Intervals
10 Hour / Daily Service
50 Hour / Weekly Service
250 Hour / Monthly Service
500 Hour / 3 Month Service
1000 Hour / 6 Month service
2000 Hour / Yearly Service
4000 Hour / Biennial Service
10 Hour / Daily Service
Grease Boom, Arm and Front Attachment Pins (for first 100 hours)
Check Engine Oil Level
Check Level of Hydraulic Oil Tank
Check for Leaks in the Hydraulic System
Check Fuel Level
Check for Leaks in the Fuel System
Check Water Separator and Drain Water As Required
Check Oil Level of Swing Reduction Device
Clean Dust Net in Front of Oil Cooler
Check Cooling System and Refill As Required
Check Level of Window Washer Liquid
Inspect the Bucket Teeth and Side Cutters for Signs of Wear
Inspect Engine Fan Blade
Check Air Intake System
Inspect Seat Belt for Proper Operation
Inspect the Structure for Cracks and Faulty Welds
Check the Operation of All Switches
Check the Operation of All Exterior Lights, Horn and Control Console Indicator and Monitor Lights
Start Engine, Check Starting Ability, and Observe Exhaust Color at Start-up and at Normal Operati…
Check Operation of All Controls
50 Hour / Weekly Service
Perform All 10 Hour / Daily Service Checks
Grease Boom, Arm and Front Attachment Pins
Grease Swing Bearing
Drain Water and Sediment from Fuel Filter
Drain Water and Sediment from Fuel Tank
Check Engine Fan Belt for Cracks, Wear and Correct Tension (After First 50 Hours)
Change Engine Oil and Filter (After First 50 Hours)
Inspect the Track Assemblies for Proper Tension and Loose, Worn or Damaged Parts (Links, Shoes, R…
250 Hour / Monthly Service
Perform All 10 hour / daily and 50 Operating Hour Service Checks
Change Swing Reduction Device Oil (Drain and Refill After First 250 Hours)
Clean Outer Element of Two Stage Air Cleaner
Check Engine Fan Belt Tension
Check Engine Fan Belt Wear
Change Engine Oil and Filter
Check Oil Level In Travel Reduction Device (One on Each Side of Unit)
Change Oil in Travel Reduction Device (One on Each Side of Unit) (After First 250 Hours)
Replace Full Flow Hydraulic Oil Filter (After First 250 Hours)
Change Pilot Filter (After First 250 Hours)
Inspect Pins and Bushings of the Front End Attachments for Signs of Wear
Check the Fluid Levels in the Batteries and the Battery Charge Levels
Inspect for Any Loose or Missing Nuts and Bolts
Inspect Fuel System Hose Clamps
500 Hour / 3 Month Service
Perform All Daily (10 Hour), 50, and 250 Operating Hour Service Checks
Grease Swing Gear and Pinion
Replace Full Flow Hydraulic Oil Filter
Change Pilot Filter
Clean Air Conditioning Filter
Clean Radiator, Oil Cooler, Intercooler and Air Conditioner Condenser Core
Replace Outer and Inner Air Cleaner Elements
Change Fuel Filter
1000 Hour / 6 Month Service
Perform All Daily (10 Hour), 50, 250 and 500 Operating Hour Service Checks
Grease Swing Reduction Device
Change Swing Reduction Device Oil
Change Oil in Travel Reduction Device (One on Each Side of Unit)
Change Radiator Coolant
Clean Fuel Injection Priming Pump Strainer
Check Air Conditioner Refrigerant
Check and Adjust Engine **
2000 Hour / Yearly Service
Perform All Daily, 50, 250, 500 and 1,000 Operating Hour Service Checks
Check Alternator and Starter**
Check All Rubber Anti-vibration Shock Mounts
Perform and Record the Results of the Cycle Time Tests
Inspect Machine to Check for Cracked or Broken Welds or Other Structural Damage
Check, Adjust Valve Clearance **
Check Head Bolt Torques
Hydraulic Oil Exchange and Suction Strainer Cleaning
4000 Hour / Biennial Service
Major Parts – Periodic Replacement
Venting and Priming Hydraulic System
Main System Pump
Hydraulic Cylinders
Swing Motor
Air Release of Travel Motor
General Venting
Handling of Accumulator
Fuel Transfer Pump (Option)
Electrical System
Air Conditioning System
Check Control Panel
Check Air Conditioner Hoses
Check Condenser
Check Magnetic Clutch
Check Belt Tension
Bucket Tooth Replacement
Bucket O-ring Replacement
Bucket Shimming Procedures
New Bucket Installation
Shimming Procedures for Installed Bucket
Track Tension
Bolt and Nut Inspection
Maintenance in Special Conditions
Long Term Storage

Extension and Retraction of Track Frames
General Description of Components
Frame Retraction
Frame Extension
Loading and Unloading
Lifting With Sling

Hydraulic System
Swing System
Travel System
Electrical System

Standard Specification
Overall Dimensions
Working Range
Approximate Weight of Workload Materials



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