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  • Trailer Mounted Leaf VacuumTrailer Mounted Leaf VacuumX-treme VacX-treme Vac

    Sold and Serviced by: Manufactured by:ODB Company

    5118 Glen Alden DriveRichmond, VA 23231

    800-446-9823www.x-tremevac.com

    Owner's ManualSafety Manual

    Pre-Operating ManualOperating Manual

    Maintenance ManualService ManualParts Catalog

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  • IMPROPER USE OF ANY MACHINE CANRESULT IN INJURY!

    STUDY AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETYPRECAUTIONS BEFORE OPERATING OR

    REPAIRING UNIT

    DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATEOR REPAIR

    THE LEAF COLLECTOR WITHOUT FIRSTREADING AND UNDERSTANDING THIS

    MANUAL

    IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING THEINSTALLATION OR OPERATION OF THIS UNIT, PLEASE CALL

    ODB FOR ASSISTANCE BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPAIR OROPERATE THE UNIT.

    THIS MANUAL IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE LEAF COLLECTOR ANDSHOULD BE KEPT WITH THE UNIT WHEN IT IS SOLD.

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Read and understand this entire manual before operating, maintain-ing or repairing the leaf vacuum.

    1.0 GENERAL SAFETY1.1 Safety Symbol Definitions1.2 Dos and Donts1.3 Training1.4 Safety Decal Listing an Part Numbers

    2.0 PRE-OPERATING SECTION2.1 Instruments and Controls2.2 Safe Operations2.3 Preparation for Operation2.4 Pre-Transport Checks2.5 Protective Equipment and Clothing2.6 Worksite Preparation

    3.0 OPERATING SECTION3.1 Starting Engine3.2 Vacuuming Leaves

    4.0 MAINTENANCE SECTION4.1 Maintenance Overview4.2 Maintenance Interval Chart4.3 Lubrication4.4 Preventative Maintenance4.5 Torque Values4.6 Quick Reference Maint. Chart

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    5.0 SERVICE SECTION5.1 Belt Drive Adjustment5.2 Impeller Removal/Installation5.3 Impeller Bearings Removal5.4 Wiring Harness Diagram5.5 Inst. Panel Wiring Diagram

    6.0 PARTS BREAKDOWNS6.1 Overall Exploded Diagram6.2 Blower Housing Group6.3 Instrument Panel Group6.4 Trailer Bed Group6.5 Belt Drive Group6.6 Intake Hose Group6.7 Exahust Duct Group6.8 Quick Reference Part Numbers

    PLEASE RECORD THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION BEFOREPLACING THE UNIT INTO SERVICE:

    Model Number: Unit Serial No.:

    Purchase Date: Engine Serial No.:

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  • 1.0 GENERAL SAFETY

    Read and understand this entire manual before operating, maintain-ing or repairing the leaf vacuum.

    1.0 GENERAL SAFETY1.1 Safety Symbol Definitions1.2 Dos and Donts1.3 Training1.4 Safety Decal Listing and Part Numbers

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  • SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

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    The purpose of safety symbols are to attract your attention to possibledangers. The safety symbols, and their explanations, deserve your carefulattention and understanding. The safety warnings do not by themselveseliminate any danger. The instructions or warnings they give are notsubstitutues for proper accident prevention measures.

    SYMBOL MEANINGSAFETY ALERT SYMBOL: Indicates danger, warning or caution.Attention is required in order to avoid serious personal injury. May be usedin conjuction with other symbols or pictographs.

    Read and understand this entire manual before operating, maintain-ing or repairing the leaf vacuum.

    Disregarding this safety warning WILL result in serious equipmentdamage, injury or possible death.

    Disregarding this safety warning CAN result in serious equipmentdamage, injury or possible death.

    Disregarding this safety warning MAY result in minor or moderateinjury or property damage.

    1.1 SAFETY SYMBOL DEFINITIONS:

    This manual provides the owners/operator with procedures for safe opera-tion, maintenance and repair of ODBs leaf collectors. As with any ma-chine, there are hazards associated with their operation. For this reasonsafety is emphasized throughout this manual. To highlight specific safetyinformation the following safety definitions are provided to assist thereader.

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  • SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    DO NOT operate, maintain or repair this unit without having fully readand understood ALL the aspects of this manual.DO NOT ride, sit or stand on unit at anytime.DO NOT modify the leaf vacuum for any reasons to allow for riders.DO NOT operate the unit in a state of disrepair.DO NOT operate the unit with ANY guards or safety devices broken,missing, or inoperable.DO NOT operate the unit without wearing proper safety equipment.DO NOT operate this unit while under the influence of any alcohol ormedication.DO NOT operate this unit if you have a record of mental instability ordizziness which could result in injury to yourself or others.DO NOT operate this unit if you are under 18 years of age.DO NOT operate this unit without fully inspecting the unit for any dam-age or leakage.DO NOT operate if the unit has any excessive vibration.DO NOT operate unit with the inspection door limit switch damaged ormissing.DO NOT operate unit unless it is properly connected to a leaf collectionbox.DO NOT operate unit unless it is properly attached to the tow vehicle.DO NOT tow unit without using all the safety chains.DO NOT tow unit with a damaged tongue.DO NOT fill fuel tank with engine running. Allow engine to cool for 5minutes before refueling.DO NOT operate unit if fuel is spilled or with fuel cap off.DO NOT smoke or weld near the unit.DO NOT run engine in an enclosed area.DO NOT place hands or feet near moving or rotating parts.DO NOT operate engine with an accumulation of grass, leaves or otherdebris on the engine.

    Read and understand this entire manual before operating, maintain-ing or repairing the leaf vacuum.

    1.2 DOS AND DO NOTS:

    This section contains some general safety precautions to do and not to do.This is not an all inclusive list and and it is the responsibilty of the operatorto have proper training and use common sense in work situations.

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  • SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    DO NOT run engine with air cleaner removed.DO NOT leave leaf machine unattended while in operation.DO NOT park machine on steep grade or slope.DO NOT vacuum a leaf pile without looking for foreign objects such asmetal, glass, plastic or large pieces of wood.

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    DOs:

    DO completely read and understand the owners manual before operat-ing, maintaining or repairing the leaf collector.DO follow engine and PTO manufacturer operating and maintenanceinstructions.DO check fuel lines and fittings frequently for cracks or leaks. Replaceif necessary.DO completely inspect the unit before leaving the service garage.DO check the tow tongue each day for cracks.DO inspect and be attentive to what is being vacuumed.DO check the impeller, liners and blower housing for cracks or holesdaily.DO remove the lead spark plug wires before doing any maintenance onthe unit.DO wear proper safety equipment as described in this manual.DO watch for pedestrians, animals and other foreign material whenvacuuming leaves.DO replace any worn or missing safety stickers immediately.

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  • SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

    Improper use of the ODB leaf collector CAN result in severe per-sonal injury or death. All personnel using this leaf vacuum must betrained and qualified with all the operations, maintenance, repairand safety procedures defined in this manual.

    1.3 TRAINING:

    The warnings and procedures regarding safety in this manual are to beused as a guideline only. It is impossible to cover all the events that couldhappen in the vacuuming process. For this reason, it is vital that theowner accept the responsibility to implement a training program that willprovide every operator or mechanic the basic skills and knowledge tomake good judgement in all situations.

    This training program must include the entire scope of hazards, precau-tions and government regulations encountered in the vacuuming process.The program should stress the need for regularly scheduled preventivemaintenance and detailed equipment safety checks.

    ODB strongly recommends all training programs be documented to ensureall operators and mechanics receive initial training on not just the opera-tion but the safety features of the leaf collector.

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