Takeuchi TL120 Loader Service Manual

Takeuchi TL120 Loader Service Manual

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Language of the Service and Operating Manual: English and French

Takeuchi TL120 Service Manual – 552 Pages
Takeuchi TL120 Operating Manual – 352 Pages
Parts Manual -229 Pages

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Takeuchi TL120 Compact Loader Service Manual

Type: Loader TL120
Format: PDF
Language of the Service and Operating Manual: English and French

Takeuchi TL120 Service Manual – 552 Pages
Takeuchi TL120 Operating Manual – 352 Pages
Parts Manual -229 Pages

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The manual describes operation, service, repair and maintenance  of the Loader, as well as safety instructions that should be follow.

The Takeuchi TL120 manual is intended for persons who engage in maintenance operations, and explains procedures for disassembly and reassembly of the machine, check and maintenance procedures, maintenance reference values, troubleshooting and outline specifications, etc. Please use this Takeuchi manual for Loader TL120 as a reference in service activities to improve maintenance techniques.
Please note that the contents and diagrams included in this manual may not match your machine exactly.

Items or diagram which manual contains are subject to change without notice due to design modifications, etc. Always store the Takeuchi Loader manual near at hand preferably on the machine itself.  When transferring ownership of this machine, be sure to provide the owner manual to the next owner.

Table of Content of TL120 Instructions Manual:

I . GENERAL
II . SPECIFICATIONS
III. MACHINE CONFIGURATION
IV. HYDRAULIC UNITS
V . TROUBLESHOOTING
VI. ENGINE

Before operating, perform the prescribe inspections and make repairs immediately  should any irregularities be found. If a failure that causes loss of control such as steering, service brakes or engine occurs, stop the machine motion as quickly as possible, follow the shutdown procedure, and keep machine securely park until the problem is fixed.

Extract from the Service Manual:

If you find particles of desiccant in the compressor, remove and replace it and the receiver-drier. Before doing so, back flush other system components (except the expansion valve) using a flushing kit. If there are stem type valves and you isolate the compressor, the rest of the system must be purged of refrigerant before you can disconnect and flush system components (Chapter 9 describes the flushing procedure). After flushing, reassemble the components.
Always check the oil level in the compressor, even if you install a new or rebuilt unit. Tighten all connections and evacuate the system. Recharge the air conditioner with refrigerant and check system operation and performance.

Cause:
The condenser is not functioning correctly or there may be an overcharge of refrigerant inside the system. Another possibility is lack of (ram) air flow through the condenser fins during testing. Engine cooling system component malfunction can cause high pressure by blocking air flow (radiator shutter) or not providing air flow (fan clutch) in sufficient quantity.

Repair Procedure:

Inspect the condenser for dirt, bugs or other debris and clean if necessary. Be sure the condenser is securely mounted and there is adequate clearance (about 1-1/2 inches) between it and the radiator. Check the radiator pressure cap and cooling system, including the fan, fan clutch, drive belts and radiator shutter assembly. Replace any defective parts and then recheck AC system operation, gauge readings and performance.
If the problem continues, the system may be over- charged (have too much refrigerant inside). Recover the system slowly until low and high pressure gauges read below normal, and bubbles appear in the sight glass. Then add refrigerant (charge the system) until pressures are normal and the bubbles disappear. Add another quarter to half pound of refrigerant and recheck AC system operation, gauge readings and performance.
If the high gauge readings do not change, you should recover all of the refrigerant and flush (it may be partially plugged) or replace the condenser. Also replace the receiver-drier or accumulator. Then connect the components and evacuate the system. Recharge the air conditioner with refrigerant and check system operation and performance.

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