Stanley Black & Decker TJ10 Automobile Parts User Manual

User manual for the device Stanley Black & Decker TJ10 Automobile Parts

Stanley Black & Decker TJ10 Automobile Parts User Manual

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TJ10HYDRAULICTRACK JACKSafety, Operation and MaintenanceUSER'S MANUAL© 2011 Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.New Britain, CT 06053U.S.A.34964 4/2013 Ver. 8

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TABLE OF CONTENTSDeclaration of Conformity.......................................................................... 3Maintenance & Care.............................................................................8 - 9General................................................................................................. 8Cleaning............................................................................................... 8Hydraulic Fluid........................................................

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYDECLARATION OF CONFORMITYÜBEREINSTIMMUNGS-ERKLARUNGDECLARATION DE CONFORMITE CEEDECLARACION DE CONFORMIDADDICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITAHydraulic Tools______________________________________________________________________I, the undersigned:Ich, der Unterzeichnende:Je soussigné:El abajo firmante:lo sottoscritto:Weisbeck, AndySurname and First names/Familiennname und Vornamen/Nom et prénom/Nombre y apellido/Cognome e nomehereby declare that the equipment specified hereunde

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SAFETY SYMBOLSSafety symbols and signal words, as shown below, are used to emphasize all operator, maintenance and repairactions 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 personalinjury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoidpossible injury or death.This safety alert and signal word indicate an imminently hazardous situation wh

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONSTool operators and maintenance personnel must always comply with the safety precautions given in this manual andon the stickers and tags attached to the tool and hose.These safety precautions are given for your safety. Review them carefully before operating the tool and before performing general maintenance or repairs.Supervising personnel should develop additional precautions relating to the specific work area and local safety regulations. If so, place the added precautions in

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONSGENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CONTINUED: • Never use extreme heat to disassemble a hydraulic ram or cylinder. Metal fatigue can lead to unsafe conditions.• Be aware of possible "pinch points" of the jack, and stay clear to avoid personal injury.• When lifting with the edge of the lifting toe, place a wedge between the load and the top of the lifting toe toavoid bending the cylinder column.• Carry the jack only by the carrying handle. Make sure the jack is in the fully lowe

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TOOL STICKERS AND TAGSWARNING DECAL - P/N 28788(Shown smaller than actual size)Indicates that users should readthe manual before using theproduct.RAILROAD HELP DESK - P/N 25610The following information is found on the baseof the Track Jack. • • • • Model NumberCapacityMaximum PressureDateCRUSH HAZARD - P/N 31064P/N 28788P/N 31064P/N 25610P/N 05152STICKER LOCATIONSTJ10 User Manual ► 7

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MAINTENANCE & CAREGENERAL PROTECTIONADDING FLUID WHEN NEEDEDStore the Track Jack in an upright position, in a placewhere it is protected from the elements, abrasive dust,and damage.A jack that is low on hydraulic fluid can lift a full load,but not to the full lift height. As the reservoir begins torun dry, the lever socket becomes very easy to pump,and the jack stops lifting. To add oil:Use only recommended repair and replacement partsand materials specified in the Parts List section of thismanu

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MAINTENANCE & CARE7. It may be necessary to bleed air out of the cylinder.See instructions below for purging air.8. Inspect the jack for leaks, cracks, or other damage.DANGERImmediately take out of service anyjack that appears to be damaged orleaking.PURGING AIRAir trapped within the jack hydraulic system can beremoved by performing the following steps.1. Make sure the plunger is fully retracted.2. Pry out the cap on top of the unit.3. Loosen (Do Not Remove) the capscrew under thecap located in

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONSDANGERMAKE SURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL ARE CLEAROF THE LOAD BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO RAISEOR LOWER THE JACK. SERIOUS INJURY ORDEATH COULD RESULT FROM THE IMPROPERUSE OF THIS TOOL.PREOPERATION PROCEDURESBefore putting a new Track Jack into initial service,or after an extended period of being unused, performa visual inspection for bent, broken, cracked, missingor worn components. Ensure the hydraulic fluid andlubricant level is correct. Fully extend and retract thejack without a load

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TROUBLESHOOTING4. Make sure personnel are clear of all items beingjacked before attempting to move anything.WARNING5. Insert the jack handle into the handle socket andpump until the desired separation has been obtained.6. Remove the jack handle from the socket once themoveable load reaches its desired separation.7. To free the jack, open the release valve by turning itcounterclockwise. When the lift plate is clear, closethe release valve.NEVER LIFT OR LOWER A LOAD HEAVIER THANTHE LOAD RATING OF

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SPECIFICATIONSPerformanceMaximum Lift......................................................................................................................... 8.9 in. /226 mmMaximum Load..................................................................................................................... 10 tons/9070 kgPump Displacment................................................................................46 cu. in/7.5 cc stroke, single speedAdvance rate per stroke.........................

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BASE ILLUSTRATIONTJ10 User Manual ► 13

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PUMP ASSY ILLUSTRATIONNOTE: Item descriptions whichare preceded by a item numbermay be ordered individually.NOTE: Item descriptions which arepreceded by a symbol are only availablein their respective repair kits.Manifold Assembly P/N-34873Includes all items shown exceptpump handle 34870.14 ► TJ10 User Manual

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PARTS LIST TJ10 ITEM P/N QTY DESCRIPTION 1 16 28 29 40 46 49 50 52 56 57 59 1 1 2 4 1 1 4 1 Cap Pumping Handle Pipe Plug Capscrew Relief Valve Assy Manifold CapscrewSticker, Crush Hazard05152 28788 25610 34852 1 1 1 1 Sticker, Stanley LogSticker, Manual CompositeSticker, Help DeskPiston ITEM P/N QTY DESCRIPTION 1 52805 1 Cap 3 52806 1 Lifting Toe 6 52807 1 Stop Ring 11 52809 1 Plunger 14 52812 1 Base, (Model TJ10111M) 16 52813 1 Pumping Handle 28 01219 2 Pipe Plug 29 56518 4 Capscrew 38 52824 1

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REPAIR KITS16 ► TJ10 User Manual

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NOTESTJ10 User Manual ► 17

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Stanley Hydraulic Tools3810 SE Naef RoadMilwaukie, OR 97267-5698 USAPhone: (503) 659-5660Fax: (503) 652-1780www.stanleyhydraulic.comCopyright© 2009 The Stanley WorksTo fill out a Product Warranty Recording form and for information on your warranty visitStanleyhydraulic.com and select the Warranty tab.(Note: the warranty recording form must be submitted to validate the warranty).

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