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HD 10 ● HD 12HD 10 ● HD 12

OPERAOPERATING TING MANUALMANUAL

© HAMM AG 2012 Version 02



H200H200

Series

00010001

valid from Serial No.

01.04.201001.04.2010

Date of first issue

21379552137955

Order number

enen

Language

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Publisher Publisher HAMM AG

Postfach 1160

95633 Tirschenreuth

Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 96 31 / 80-0

http://www.hamm.eu

Name of the documentName of the document 2137955_02_BAL_HD10_HD12_H200_en

Original operating manual

Date of first issueDate of first issue 01.04.2010

Date of changeDate of change 01.06.2012

CoCopypyririghghtt © H© HAMAMM AM AG 2G 2010122

The disclosure as well as the duplication of this document, the use and

the forwarding of its contents, are forbidden as far as not expressively

permitted. Violations will cause indemnities. With respect to patent, utility
sample or design patent registration all rights reserved.

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Operation Operation

Towing

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Before towingBefore towing

1. Drive lever [501] — CENTRECENTRE

2. Shut down diesel engine, if still functional.

3. Secure machine against rolling away with wedges or blocks.

4. Interrupt frictional connection of the hydrostatic drive (see text

below).

5. Disable parking brakes (see text below).

6. Tow only with towing bar (brakes not functional).

TowingTowing The machine may only be towed with low speed 1 km/h (0.6 mph). The

maximum towing distance is 500 m.

After towingAfter towing 1. Shut down the diesel engine.
2. Secure machine against rolling away with wedges or blocks.

3. Reestablish frictional connection of the hydrostatic drive (see text

below)

4. Actuate parking brakes (see text below).

5. Remove towing bar.

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Separating the hydrostaticSeparating the hydrostatic

drive power traindrive power train

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OperationOperation

Towing

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Only if the oil flow can circulate without pressure in the hydraulic system,

can the machine be towed.

For this, perform the following at both high pressure valves:

1. Loosen lock nut [A] at the drive pump [C].

2. Screw in the locking screw [B] until the screw end flushes with the

lock nut.

Activating the Activating the hydrostahydrostatictic

drive power traindrive power train

1. Screw out the locking screw [B] until the stop.

2. Tighten lock nut [A].

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Making the parking brakesMaking the parking brakes

inoperationalinoperational

The pretension of the spring-operated brakes may only be reduced

when towing with a defective diesel engine or hydraulic system.
1. Loosen screw [A] and screw out by hand until a resistance can be

noted (approximately 5 rotations).

2. Release the spring-operated brakes by turning the steering wheel to

the left until increased turning power is required.

3. During towing, the spring-operated brakes must be kept open by

repeated releasing with the steering wheel due to interior leaks.

Making parking brakeMaking parking brake

operationaloperational

1. Screw in screw [A] up to the valve seat (max. 30 Nm).

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Approval Law, StVZO)Approval Law, StVZO)

The government of Upper Palatinate grants an exception permit (see

the details indicated on the srcinal) for CompactLine rollers pursuant

to section 70, subsections 1 and 2 of the German Road Traffic Type
Approval Law (StVZO).

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SUPPLEMENTARY SHEETSSUPPLEMENTARY SHEETS

TO THE OPERATING MANUALTO THE OPERATING MANUAL

© HAMM AG 2012 Supplementary sheet to Version 02



H200H200

Series

00010001

valid from serial no.

01.04.201001.04.2010

Date of first issue

01.06.201201.06.2012

Date of change

21379552137955

Order number

enen

Language

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