UNLOAD CONTAINER - Continued
Stop unloading before rear of vehicle becomes raised by hook pressing down on bail bar.
Failure to follow this caution may result in damage to equipment.
Release joystick (Figure 23, Item 2) when front of container (Figure 23, Item 4) is on ground and hook
(Figure 23, Item 1) still surrounds bail bar (Figure 23, Item 3) but is no longer making contact with it.
Figure 23. Hook Surrounds Bail Bar.
Release Upper Guides
As a safety precaution against movement of lift frame, ensure that hook always
surrounds (but is not necessarily in contact with) bail bar.
During these adjustments, personnel are required to work outside the vehicle
where there are several projecting parts, and personnel are required to bend
down. Take care when bending and straightening. A hard hat is required.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in injury or death to personnel and
damage to equipment. Seek medical attention in the event of an injury.
Upper guides would have been engaged only for de-bogging a partially submerged
container. If engaged, perform steps 1 and 2 for both right and left sides.
Remove locking pin (Figure 24, Item 4) and pull upper lock handle (Figure 24, Item 3) out away from
container (Figure 24, Item 2).
Align hole in upper lock handle (Figure 24, Item 3) with hole in upper lock housing (Figure 24, Item 1) and
insert locking pin (Figure 24, Item 4).