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Equipment Walk Arounds

Updated: Apr 11

During your operator training you should review a walk around procedure that is completed first thing in the morning and when the operator is done at night. A walk around should reduce expensive down time.


What to check for:

Fluid levels

Leaks

Worn metal items

Play in linkage and coupler

Engine smoke analysis


Any overheating or alarms should be reported to the shop.

Also sounds that could be signs of major component wear.

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