Stanley Black & Decker GT23 Automobile Parts User Manual

User manual for the device Stanley Black & Decker GT23 Automobile Parts

Stanley Black & Decker GT23 Automobile Parts User Manual

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GT23HYDRAULICPOWER UNITUSER’S MANUALSAFETY, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE© 2014 Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.New Britain, CT 06053U.S.A.69405 10/2014 Ver. 7

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NOTES2 GT23 User Manual

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TABLE OF CONTENTSSAFETY SYMBOLS......................................................................................................................................................................... 4SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................................................................................................................ 5TOOL STICKERS & TAGS..................................................................................................

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SAFETY SYMBOLSSafety symbols and signal words, as shown below, are used to emphasize all operator, maintenance and repair actions which, if not strictly followed, could result in a life-threatening situation, bodily injury or damage to equipment.This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injuryhazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possibleinjury or death.DANGERThis safety alert and signal word indicate an imminently hazardous situa

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONSTool operators and maintenance personnel must always comply with the safety precautions given in this manual and on thestickers and tags attached to the equipment.These safety precautions are given for your safety. Review them carefully before operating the tool and before performinggeneral maintenance or repairs.Supervising personnel should develop additional precautions relating to the specific work area and local safety regulations. Ifso, place the added precautions in the s

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DASH DECALSStanley Dash Sticker 62302Single Circuit Sticker 685956 GT23 User Manual

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HYDRAULIC HOSE REQUIREMENTSHOSE TYPESThe rated working pressure of the hydraulic hose must be equal to or higher than the relief valve setting on thehydraulic system.There are three types of hydraulic hose that meet this requirement and are authorized for usewith Stanley Hydraulic Tools. They are: Certified non-conductive - constructed of thermoplastic or synthetic rubber inner tube, synthetic fiberbraid reinforcement, and weather resistant thermoplastic or synthetic rubber cover. Hose labeled c

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8 GT23 User ManualAll hydraulic hose must meet or exceed specifications as set forth by SAE J517.All hydraulic hose must have at least a ratedminimum working pressure equal to the maximumhydraulic system relief valve setting.This chart is intended to be used for hydraulic toolapplications only based on Stanley Hydraulic Toolstool operating requirements and should not be usedfor any other applications.The chart to the right shows recommended minimum hose diameters for various hose lengthsbased on

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HTMA / EHTMA REQUIREMENTSHTMA / EHTMA REQUIREMENTSHTMAHYDRAULIC SYSTEM REQUIREMENTSTYPE INominal Operating Pressure(at the power supply outlet)4-6 gpm(15-23 lpm)1500 psi(103 bar)TOOL TYPETYPE IITYPE RR7-9 gpm(26-34 lpm)1500 psi(103 bar)9-10.5 gpm(34-40 lpm)1500 psi(103 bar)System relief valve setting(at the power supply outlet)2100-2250 psi(145-155 bar)2100-2250 psi(145-155 bar)2200-2300 psi(152-159 bar)2100-2250 psi(145-155 bar)Maximum back pressure(at tool end of the return hose)250 psi(17 bar

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OPERATIONPREPARATION FOR USEDo not operate the power unit until you have read theengine operating and maintenance instructions manualfurnished with the unit.1. ENGINE CRANKCASE OIL LEVEL Always check the oil level before starting the engine. Makesure the oil level is at the FULL MARK on the dipstick. Donot overfill. Use detergent oil classified "For Service SE, SF,SG" as specified in the engine operating and maintenancemanual. See engine manual for oil viscosity grade.5. HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONSThe

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OPERATION6. BATTERYThe supplied 12 Volt DC battery is a non-spillable, maintenance-free battery and is fully charged.Make sure the battery cables are tight and charging circuitfunctions are operating properly.Do not charge the battery with a standard automotive battery charger. This type of charger produces a charging amperage higher than 2 amps.Charging the battery at higher than 2 amps willdamage the battery.If the engine runs out of gas or dies during operation and the ignition switch is left

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OPERATIONCONTROLSThis unit is equipped with an advanced proportional enginecontrol system. It provides a means of controlling enginespeed by adjusting the fuel control lever with an actuator.The Power Unit provides one circuit, with an oil flow of 8gpm/30 lpm up to 2000 psi/140 bar or 12 gpm/45 lpm upto 2000 psi/140 bar with a factory-programmed electronicgoverned engine throttle.THROTTLE CONTROLSWITCHthrottle controlswitchflow selectorswitchIGNITION SWITCH FLOW SELECTOR SWITCHNote:It may be nec

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OPERATIONCOLD WEATHER STARTUP1. Use the procedures described under "STARTUP" andthen follow the procedure below.2. Hydraulic fluids are thicker in cold weather. Therefore,it is recommended that the engine be run at low idle longenough to bring the fluid temperature up to a minimum of50°F/10°C.3. If the tools and tool hoses are cold, it is recommendedto allow hydraulic fluid to circulate through the tool hosesuntil warm before using the tool.SHUTDOWN1. Ensure the flow selector switch in the OFF

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ROUTINE MAINTENANCEENGINE MAINTENANCESTORAGEFollow the maintenance schedule and general maintenanceinstructions in the engine maintenance and operationmanual furnished with the power unit.• Clean the unit thoroughly before storage. Do not usewater pressure.HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE• Always store the unit in a clean and dry facility.• Check hydraulic fluid level daily. Add fluid per specifications in this manual. (See "HYDRAULIC FLUID" under thesection titled "OPERATION".• If the unit

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PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERThe Stanley programmable controller is an electronicengine governor that provides a means of controlling andlimiting engine speed by adjusting the fuel control lever witha proportional actuator.The controller is factory programmable and has no manualadjustments.A flashing LED indicatesthe fault condition 1. Disconnect red wires from the control module to actuator.2. Attach jumper wires from battery to the RED wires toactuator.3. Actuator should move throttle lever to wide

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FAULT CODESFLASH ENGINE CODE FAULT SHUTDOWN CORRECTIVE ACTION 1 Unit not calibrated yes Have engine serviced by an Authorized Stanley Dealer.2 Engine speed excessive yes Have engine serviced by an Authorized Stanley Dealer. 3 Engine speed unusually low yes Have engine serviced by an Authorized Stanley Dealer. 4 Engine shutdown due to engine yes protection input Have engine serviced by an Authorized Stanley Dealer. 5 Factory settings lost yes Have engine serviced by an Authorized Stanley Dealer.

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TESTING THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITGENERALTests and adjustments should be performed periodically toensure the power unit is operating at maximum efficiency.Stanley Circuit Tester is recommended. This tester can beused to isolate problems in both the engine and hydraulicsystem prior to any power unit disassembly.TESTING THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITThe following tests can be performed to ensure that thehydraulic pump is supplying the correct flow and pressureand that the system relief valve is operating proper

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TROUBLESHOOTINGPROBLEM CAUSE REMEDYEngine will not start. Flow selector switch not in the OFF position. Battery not connected. Make sure the flow selector switch is inthe OFF position when starting. Weak battery. Test battery, charge or replace. No fuel. Add Fuel. Fuel filter plugged. Replace fuel filter.Attach battery cables, check wires. Defective spark plugs. Remove plugs, check gap, clean or replace.Fluid blowing out of fluid reservoir vent. Hydraulic tank overfilled. Correct the fluid level

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SPECIFICATIONSEngine:................................................................................................................................................................ 23 hp BriggsCapacity......................................................................................... One 8 gpm/30 lpm Circuit or One 12 gpm/45 lpm CircuitLength:....................................................................................................................................................

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