This appliance is for use on a nominal
120-volt circuit and has a grounding at-
tachment plug that looks like the plug
illustrated in sketchpicture A. Make
sure that the appliance is connected to
an outlet having the same configura-
tion as the plug. No adaptor should be
used with this appliance.
CONNECT TO A PROPERLY
GROUNDED OUTLET ONLY
1 Grounded outlet
2 Grounded outlet box
3 Grounded pin
OPERATING SAFETY RULES
Save operation is in the responsibility
of the operator.
The operator shall be familiar with the
operation and function of all controls
and instruments before undertaking to
operate the unit.
Before operating the unit, operators
shall have read and be familiar with the
operator's manual for the particular
unit being operated and they shall also
abide by the safety rules and practices
in the following paragraphs.
Before operating any unit, the operator
shall be familiar with unusual operating
conditions which may require addition-
al safety precautions or special operat-
Before starting to operate the unit be in
Do not start or operate the unit, any of
its functions or attachments, from any
place other than from the designated
Before leaving the operator's position:
A bring the unit to a complete stop;
B if the unit must be on an incline,
block the wheels.
Maintain a safe distance from the edge
of ramps, platforms, and other similar
Do not add to, or modify the unit.
Do not block access to fire aisles, stair-
ways or fire equipment.
Yield the right of way to pedestrians
and emergency vehicles such as am-
bulances and fire trucks.
Cross railroad tracks at an angle wher-
ever possible. Do not park closer than
6 ft (1800 mm) to the nearest rail of a
Keep a clear view of the path of travel
and observe for other traffic, person-
nel, and safe clearances.
Under all travel conditions, operate the
unit at a speed that will pernit it to be
brought to a stop in a safe manner.
Do not indulge in stunt driving or horse-
Slow down for wet and slippery floors.
Before driving over a dockboard or
bridge plate, be sure that it is properly
secured. Drive carefully and slowly
across the dockboard or bridge plate,
and never exceed its rated capacity.
When negotiating turns, reduce speed
to a safe level consistent with the oper-
ating environment. Make the turns