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0005532 SEAL Caterpillar parts SEAL
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CA0005532
000-5532
0005532
Caterpillar 0005532 SEAL
Weight: 21 pounds 9 kg.

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Linked Elevation Mode
Proceed through the following instructions in order to benchmark the system and in order to set the reference elevations in Linked Elevation Operating Mode.Using a Sloping Laser
In order to make sure that the machine is grading to the correct elevation, the machine's cutting edge must be benched over a point that represents the finished grade. This point is known as a benchmark.Note: In order to achieve the best results from the AccuGrade Laser system, benching the machine with the blade in the normal working position is required. In this position the blade will be on the ground and the blade will be level with the machine's tracks.
Place the machine's cutting edge on the benchmark.Make sure that you do not move the benchmark. If necessary, put the blade tip next to the benchmark.Note: If the benchmark is well above or well below the track height place the cutting edge at ground level and measure the distance from the cutting edge to the benchmark. Enter this distance as the Reference Elevation. In order to achieve a finished grade you will need to work until the reference elevation on the display reads "0.000".
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benching in Linked Elevation Operation Mode (sloping laser) (1) Both masts are on-grade (2) Benchmark
Do one of the following:Press the left reset button if the left mast is over the benchmark. The search for the laser beam stops when the left laser receiver is on-grade.Press the right reset button if the right mast is over the benchmark. The search for the laser beam stops when the right laser receiver is on-grade.This process is called auto benching.Both masts move automatically until the mast that is auto benched is on-grade.Note: The mast that is not auto benched may not be on-grade. The best results are achieved when both masts are on-grade. This occurs when the cutting edge is parallel to the laser beam.Illustration 1 shows the way the machine's cutting edge must be positioned in order to successfully bench using a sloping laser.Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual, "System Startup" for information on benching the AccuGrade System in Linked Elevation Operation Mode with a level laser.Independent Elevation Mode
Proceed through the instructions that follow for benching the system and in order to set the reference elevations in Independent Elevation Operating Mode.Using a Level Laser
Level the machine's cutting edge.
Place the blade tip on the benchmark.Make sure that you do not move the benchmark. If necessary, put the blade tip next to the benchmark.Note: If the benchmark is well above or well below the track height, place the cutting edge at ground level and measure the distance from the cutting edge to the benchmark. Enter this distance as the Reference Elevation. In order to achieve a finished grade you will need to work until the reference elevation on the display reads 0.000.
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benching in Independent Elevation Operating Mode (level laser) (1) Both masts are on-grade (2) benchmark
Press the right reset button in order to start a search for the laser beam


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