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Loader Bobcat 773. Instruction - page 5

OPERATOR CAB (Cont’d)

Raising The Operator Cab (Cont’d)

Lift on the grab handle and bottom of the operator cab
slowly until the cab latching mechanism engages and the
cab is all the way up [A].

Lowering The Operator Cab

NOTE: Make sure the seat bar is fully raised or

lowered when lowering the cab. Use the grab
handles to lower the cab.

Pull down on the bottom of the operator cab until it stops
at the latching mechanism (Inset) [A]. Release the
latching mechanism (Inset) [A] and pull the cab all the
way down.

Install the plate and nut (both sides) [B].

Tighten the nuts to 40–50 ft.–lbs. (54–68 Nm) torque.

If equipped with mechanical hand controls move the
control linkage from the TOP hole to the BOTTOM hole
(work position) on the control handle (both sides) [C].

Revised Jan. 99

A

P–10596

P–10599

B

P–01518

C

P–03561

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773 BICS Loader

Service Manual

SEAT BAR RESTRAINT SYSTEM (Foot Pedals)

Description

2.

The seat bar restraint system has a pivoting, spring assist
seat bar with arm rests and has spring loaded interlocks
for the lift and tilt functions.

The operator controls the use of the seat bar. The seat bar
in the down position helps to keep the operator in the seat.

The interlocks require the operator to lower the seat bar
in order to operate the foot pedal controls.

When the seat bar is up, the lift and tilt control functions
are locked when returned to the NEUTRAL POSITION.

Seat Bar Inspection

Sit in the seat and fasten the seat belt. Engage the
parking brake. Pull the seat bar all the way down. Start the
engine. Loaders without seat sensors press the green
PRESS TO OPERATE Button. Operate each foot pedal
to check both the lift and tilt functions. Raise the lift arms
until the bucket is about 2 feet (600 mm) off the ground.

Raise the seat bar. Try to move each foot pedal. Pedals
must be firmly locked in neutral position. There must be
no motion of the lift arms or tilt (bucket) when the pedals
are pushed.

Pull the seat bar down. Loaders without seat sensors
press the green PRESS TO OPERATE Button. Lower the
lift arms. Operate the lift pedal. While the lift arms are
going up, raise the seat bar and the lift arms should stop.

Lower the seat bar. Loaders without seat sensors press
the green PRESS TO OPERATE Button. Lower the lift
arms and put the bucket flat on the ground. Stop the
engine. Raise the seat bar and operate the foot pedals to
be sure that the pedals are firmly locked in the neutral
position. Unbuckle the seat belt.

Seat Bar Maintenance

See the SERVICE SCHEDULE Page 1–3 and on the
loader for correct service interval.

Clean any debris or dirt from the moving parts [A] & [B].
Inspect the linkage bolts and nuts for tightness. The
correct torque is 25–28 ft.–lbs. (34–38 Nm).

If the seat bar system does not function correctly, check
for free movement of each linkage part. Check for
excessive wear. Adjust pedal control linkage. Replace
parts that are worn or damaged. Use only genuine Bobcat
replacement parts.

Revised Jan. 99

A

P–10361

Clean

(Both Sides)

Clean

Interlock

Shield

B

P–10569

(Both Sides)

773 BICS Loader

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Service Manual

AVOID INJURY OR DEATH

Never operate loader without pedal lock shield

6705474 on both interlocks. Shields prevent feet

from unlocking interlocks when leaving loader

seat.

W–2162–1194

Seat Bar Inspection

Sit in the seat and fasten the seat belt. Engage the
parking brake. Pull the seat bar all the way down. Loaders
without seat sensors press the green PRESS TO
OPERATE
Button. Start the engine. Operate each hand
control to check both the lift and tilt functions. Raise the
lift arms until the bucket is about 2 feet (600 mm) off the
ground.

Raise the seat bar. Try to move each hand control. The
controls must be firmly locked in neutral position. There
must be no motion of the lift arms or tilt (bucket) when the
controls are moved.

Pull the seat bar down. Loaders without seat sensors
press the green PRESS TO OPERATE Button. Lower the
lift arms. Operate the lift control. While the lift arms are
going up, raise the seat bar and the lift arms should stop.

Lower the seat bar. Lower the lift arms. Loaders without
seat sensors press the green PRESS TO OPERATE
Button and put the bucket flat on the ground. Stop the
engine. Raise the seat bar and operate the hand controls
to be sure that the controls are firmly locked in the neutral
position. Unbuckle the seat belt.

Seat Bar Maintenance

See the SERVICE SCHEDULE Page 1–3 for correct
service interval.

Clean any debris or dirt from the moving parts [A] & [B].
Inspect the linkage bolts and nuts for tightness. The
correct torque is 25–28 ft.–lbs. (34–38 Nm).

If the seat bar system does not function correctly, check
for free movement of each linkage part. Check for
excessive wear. Adjust hand control linkage. Replace
parts that are worn or damaged. Use only genuine Bobcat
replacement parts.

The seat bar restraint system has a pivoting, spring assist
seat bar with arm rests and has spring loaded interlocks
for the lift and tilt control functions.

The operator controls the use of the seat bar. The seat bar
in the down position helps to keep the operator in the seat.

The interlocks require the operator to lower the seat bar
in order to operate the hand controls.

When the seat bar is up, the lift and tilt control functions
are locked when returned to the NEUTRAL POSITION.

SEAT BAR RESTRAINT SYSTEM (Mechanical
Hand Controls)

Description

3.

Revised Jan. 99

AVOID INJURY OR DEATH

W–2263–0597

The Seat Bar System must lock the lift and tilt
foot pedals or hand controls in neutral when the
Seat Bar is up. Service the system if controls do
not lock correctly.

B

P–01640

Interlock

Shield

Clean

(Both Sides)

A

P–10361

Clean

(Both Sides)

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773 BICS Loader

Service Manual

AVOID INJURY OR DEATH

Never operate loader without interlock shield

6705474 on both interlocks. Shields prevent

foot from unlocking interlocks when leaving

loader seat.

W–2158–0594

SEAT BAR RESTRAINT SYSTEM (Advanced Hand
Controls)

Description

The seat bar restraint system has a pivoting seat bar
(Item 1) [A] with arm rests.

The operator controls the use of the seat bar. The seat
bar in the down position helps to keep the operator in the
seat.

When the seat bar is down and the green PRESS TO
OPERATE
Button is activated, the lift, tilt, and traction
drive functions can be operated.

When the seat bar is up, the lift, tilt, and traction drive
functions are deactivated.

Seat Bar Inspection

4.

Sit in the operator’s seat. Turn the key ON, lower the seat
bar and press the green PRESS TO OPERATE Button.
Both lights on the left handle should be ON.

Move each hand control back and forth. You should hear
the zip–zip sound of the lift and tilt actuators moving the
control valve spools (under the seat).

Raise the seat bar fully. Both lights on the left handle
should be OFF.

Move each hand control back and forth. There must be
no zip–zip sound of the lift or tilt actuators. If either
actuator makes a sound while the seat bar is raised,
contact your dealer for service.

Seat Bar Maintenance

See the SERVICE SCHEDULE Page 1–3 for correct
service interval.

Clean any debris or dirt from the moving parts [B].

If the seat bar system does not function correctly replace
parts that are worn or damaged. Use only genuine Bobcat
replacement parts.

Revised Jan. 99

Before you leave the operator’s seat:

Lower the lift arms, put the attachment flat on
the ground.

Stop the engine.

Engage the parking brake.

Raise seat bar.

(Advanced Hand Controls)Move the hand
controls to the NEUTRAL POSITION to make

sure that both lift and tilt functions are

deactivated.

The seat bar system must deactivate the lift

and tilt control functions when the seat bar is

up. Service the system if hand controls do

not deactivate.

W–2321–0698

Clean

(Both Sides)

B

P–10361

A

P–13721

1

773 BICS Loader

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Service Manual

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The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa 52242

To: Director, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

From: Iowa FACE Program

Subject: Farmer dies while cleaning foot pedals of skid-steer loader.

SummaryPhoto of skid-steer loader with raised bucket

In 1995, a 37-year-old Iowa farmer died while cleaning a skid-steer loader. On this machine, the left foot pedal is used to raise and lower the loader arms, and the right pedal controls the bucket tilt. The pedals of this machine were immobilized due to frozen manure, snow, and ice, and the victim was attempting to free these pedals. It was a cold and windy day, and the victim was in a hurry. At the time of the accident, the skid-loader bucket was in the ¾ raised position, lodged against the door frame of an old garage used for storage of the machine. Mechanical lift arm safety stops are included with this machine, but require the lift arms to be fully raised. While working in front of the machine in a low crouched position, the victim apparently loosened the left pedal enough to allow the bucket to fall on him, pinning him between the bucket and the machine (see Picture 1). The machine is equipped with a hydraulic lever interlock, which is connected to the safety belt. When the safety belt is not worn, the bucket and lift arm controls cannot be moved. This feature had been previously disabled by the victim. Rescue efforts by the victim’s wife and another employee were delayed because the pedals were still inoperable. Mechanical lifting by the fire department using the Jaws of Life was required to raise the bucket sufficiently to provide access to the victim. 

Recommendations following the FACE investigation were:

Introduction

In 1995, a 37-year-old male farmer died while attempting to clean the operating pedals of a skid-steer loader. The Iowa FACE program was informed of the incident by the Iowa State Medical Examiner’s office and began an immediate investigation. Additional information was gathered from the victim’s wife, the EMS and Fire Department reports, and the victim’s parents. Several photographs of the machine were made and interviews were conducted with the local equipment distributor.

The victim had been farming full-time for 15 years. He was the owner of a dairy farm and a swine farm. The accident happened at the swine farm, where he had lived for only 3 months. He employed 3 farm workers, one of whom was at the farm when the accident occurred.

There was no written or formal safety training program on the farm, yet the victim was conscious of safety and sternly instructed his employees about safety. The victim’s parents stated that he warned his workers saying they would be immediately fired if seen walking under the raised bucket of the skid-steer loader. The victim had been using a skid-steer loader since he was a teenager. He was very familiar with this particular machine. This skid-steer loader was approximately one year old and, except for the clogged foot pedals, in normal operating condition at the time of accident.

Investigation

This skid-steer loader was used frequently every day on the farm for feeding swine and cleaning pens. The operator was frequently going in and out of pens, constantly getting in and out of the machine to handle gates and feed bunks. The seat belt had caused sufficient hindrance to the victim, that he used a heavy glove to hold the seat belt in a position where the hydraulics could be used, thus disabling the hydraulics safety interlock. The machine was continually getting soiled with manure, mud, and at this time, snow and ice. Apparently the operating pedals of this machine became clogged with manure and snow, which froze after the machine was turned off and left in the cold garage.

The victim had last talked with his wife at 10:50 A.M., and was expected to be back in the house shortly because he had an appointment in town. He had just gone out with a bucket of hot water to free up a frozen hog waterer, and apparently decided to quickly work on the skid-steer loader in the garage so employees could continue using the machine in his absence. The victims father who is very familiar with this machine assumed that when the victim started the engine the bucket started to rise because the hydraulic controls were frozen in the UP position. Fresh marks were seen in the garage door frame above the bucket confirming the report that the bucket was touching the door frame. The old garage used for storage of the machine allowed only 3 inches of clearance from the top of the ROPS cage. The victim apparently stopped the engine just before the loader lifted and damaged the door frame. The loader was left in this ¾ UP position when the victim stepped out of the machine and began cleaning the pedals through an access slot on the front of the machine. In the ¾ UP position the lift arm safety stops are inoperable. They require the bucket being raised to the full UP position.

Photo of hydraulic interlock connected to the seatbelt

The machine has a spring-loaded hydraulic interlock connected to the seatbelt (see Picture 2). It mechanically frees the hydraulic control linkages when an operator uses the seatbelt. This mechanism had been disabled by inserting a heavy leather glove behind the seatbelt lever, causing the hydraulic linkages to always be free to move. The machine had been used one hour previously, so the hydraulic oil was probably still warm, yet the pedals were frozen. Warning decals were placed on the machine, but they were obscured by dried manure during our investigation, and presumably at the time of the accident.

Due to a recent injury, the victim could not bend over to clean the pedals from inside the loader. He was kneeling in front of the machine trying to clean the pedals through an access slot in front of the pedals. Using a crowbar and a screwdriver he apparently loosened the left pedal sufficiently to move the hydraulic linkage, causing the bucket to fall quickly without power, crushing him in the chest.

When found by his wife, the victim was in a crouched position, pinned between the bucket and the frame of the skid-loader. The victim was cyanotic and unresponsive upon her arrival at 11:10 A.M. and he never regained consciousness. His wife entered and started the machine, and attempted to raise the bucket by jumping on the pedals, but they were frozen solid. One employee soon arrived, and tried unsuccessfully to raise the bucket with a jack. Rescue workers were notified at 11:36 A.M. and arrived at 11:45 A.M. They immediately used the Jaws of Life to remove the victim and began resuscitation efforts in transit to the hospital. Resuscitation efforts failed and the victim was pronounced dead in the hospital emergency room.

Cause Of Death

The medical examiner determined death was due to "Crush injury of the chest."

Recommendations / Discussion

Recommendation #1:Operators of skid-steer loaders should be made aware of the dangerous condition created by disabling machine’s safety devices.

Discussion: In this case the operator had disabled the safety interlock due to inconvenience of use. This may have enabled better work efficiency, however at the cost of safety. An effective interlock would have prevented unintentional lowering of the bucket, thus saving the operator’s life. All safety devices should be maintained and kept in working order, regardless of the possible inconvenience they may cause.

Recommendation #2:Manufacturers should provide at least three mechanisms to prevent the loader from falling unintentionally.

Discussion: The hydraulic interlock connected to the seatbelt was the only safety mechanism to prevent lowering of the bucket unintentionally. The other mechanism, the lift arm stops, could not be used in the ¾ UP loader position. Several safety mechanisms should be provided in all skid-steer loaders to protect the operators from the danger of being crushed under the bucket. These mechanisms could include a safety belt operated interlock, such as used on this machine, an ignition operated interlock which locks the hydraulics when the machine is not running, an operator presence sensor in the seat shutting off the engine, a front door interlocking the hydraulics, a safety bar requiring the operator to be present in the seat when using hydraulics, and a mechanical lift arm stop such as on this machine. These lift arm stops should be operable in all loader positions, where adequate clearance exists for the operator to safely step in and out of the machine. The local distributor for this machine showed us a newer model equipped with seat belt interlock, ignition interlock and a seat pressure actuated engine shut off. The foot pedal control linkages were raised higher from the floor.

Recommendation #3: Operators of skid-steer loaders should always secure the loader by mechanical means whenever working under the bucket.

Discussion: Hydraulic system alone does not provide adequate safety when working under the loader bucket. A worn hose, a poor connection, or other part of the system can fail, causing sudden movement of machine components. In this case the victim was unable to use the mechanical lift arm safety stops because the bucket could not be raised to the full UP position. The victim was in a hurry, and did not attempt to use other mechanical support for the loader bucket. He may have forgotten that the bucket could fall without power when the pedals were actuated. Normally this would not happen if the seatbelt interlock was working properly. A mechanical bucket support would have been needed to avoid this injury.

Recommendation #4:Equipment should have a proper place of storage that allows for safe maintenance and cleaning.

Discussion: This skid loader was stored in an old garage with a low ceiling. Therefore it was impossible to raise the bucket to a sufficient height to use the factory installed lift arm stops. If the ceiling was taller, the victim may have used these safety locks and prevented the accident. Using a skid loader on the farm in the winter requires frequent cleaning as mud and manure will freeze to the machine floor, especially if the machine is stored outside. Good storage would be needed for proper maintenance and cleaning in winter condition.

Recommendation #5:Manufacturers should design equipment and controls to function in wet, muddy, or cold conditions when those conditions are frequently encountered in normal operation.

Discussion: Build up of manure and mud under the floor pedals of this skid-steer loader is a common occurrence and becomes especially hazardous in winter when the accumulation can quickly freeze and limit the pedals’ movement. Adequate room should be provided under the pedals and linkages from the pedals to the hydraulic system. In this case dirt and manure buildup caused the hydraulic controls to freeze and malfunction. Manufacturers should ensure that controls do not malfunction because of normal dirt buildup on the floor of the machine. Since this is very common for this type of machine, the design could be improved by providing adequate room under the pedals and linkages or replacing foot controls by hand controls away from the floor.

 

___________________________________ __________________________________
Wayne Johnson, M.D. Risto Rautiainen, M.Sc.Agr.
Trauma Investigator (FACE) Coordinator
Institute for Rural & Environmental Health Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health
University of Iowa -- Iowa City, Iowa Institute for Rural & Environmental Health
  University of Iowa -- Iowa City, Iowa
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Models

337, 341, 440, 443, 450, 453, 463, 530, 533, 540, 542, 553, 630, 631, 632, 641, 642, 643, 645, 653, 730, 731, 732, 741, 742, 743, 751, 753, 763, 773, 843, 853, 863, 864, 873, 883, 963, 1600, 2000, 7753, S100, S130, S150, S160, S175, S185, S205, S220, S250, S300, S330, S450, S510, S530, S550, S570, S570, S590, S630, S650, S750, S770, S850, T110, T140, T180, T190, T200, T250, T300, T320, T450, T550, T590, T595, T630, T650, T740, T750, T770, T870

 

Serial Number Breaks

337: 233312194 & Below, 233212283 & Below

341: 233312194 & Below, 233212283 & Below

443: 502911949 & Below, 511211001 & Above

530: 499444785 & Above

533: 4990M12001 & Above, 4990M12001 & Above, 4990M13001 & Above

542: 506913001 & Above, 508513001 & Above

543: 501111999 & Below, 511113001 & Above, 502412001 & Above

553: 513011001 & Above, 516311001 & Above, 516411001 & Above, 5203 11191 & Below, 5204 11259 & Below

642: 501411001 – 501420750

643: 501520896 & Above

843: 502012999 & Below, 502615001 - 502623999, 503724001 & Above

863: 514425001 & Above, 514525001 & Above, 514625001 & Above

1600: 5031M11001 - 5031M11999

S160: 523811001 & Above, 523911001 & Above, 524011001 & Above, 526611001 & Above, 526711001 & Above, 526811001 & Above, 526911001 & Above, 539711001 & Above, 539811001 & Above, 529911001 - 529911568, 530011001 - 530011191, A3L311001 & Above, A3L411001 & Above, AEYN11001 & Above

S750: A3P215297 & Above, AT5211001 & Above, ATDZ11001 & Above

S770: A3P413657 & Above, A3P512983 & Above, ASRV11001 & Above, AT5A11001 & Above, ATF211001 & Above, ATF311001 & Above, B3BV11001 & Above

T190: 519311001 & Above, 519411001 & Above, 527711001 & Above, 527811001 & Above, 531611001 & Above, 531711001 & Above, A3LN11001 & Above, A3LP11001 & Above

T750: ANKA11001 & Above, AT5T11001 & Above, ATF611001 - ATF615191

T770: A3P811001 & Above, A3P911001 & Above, AN8T11001 - AN8T15025, ATF711001 & Above, AT6311001 & Above, AUYB11001 - AUYB12578, B3BW11001 & Above

 

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