Operating the Machine
CONTROL LEVERS JOHN DEERE PATTERN
CAUTION: Avoid serious crushing injury from
boom. Never place any part of body beyond
window frame. It could be crushed by the boom
if boom control lever is accidentally bumped or
otherwise engaged. If window is missing or
broken, replace immediately.
Prevent possible injury from unexpected
machine movement. Make sure you know the
location and function of each control before
Never place any part of the body beyond the window
frame. Replace missing or broken windows immediately.
A conversion kit is available from your John Deere dealer
to change your controls to the pattern shown.
IMPORTANT: Prevent possible machine damage.
When digging, avoid contacting tracks
with boom cylinders or bucket.
When digging over the end of the
tracks, propel motors should be at the
rear to minimize chain and sprocket
wear and to maximize machine stability
and lift capacity.
NOTE: With this control pattern, functions must
correspond to the black-on-yellow labels located
on the control console.
Do not contact tracks with boom cylinders or bucket.
When digging over the end of tracks, propel motors
should be at the rear of machine.
When a lever is released, it will return to neutral. The
machine will remain positioned.