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Hi we have a work zone demolition breaker TT-DH1600 does it require oil to be showing in the site glass?? If so where do you add oil. Thanks

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demolition hammers require hydraulic oil in most cases.
Any good tool shop should have hydraulic oil to suit.

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Hi ill be honest this is a little tricky
There are many variations depending on a few things.
Is it heating only or add on refrig as well?
Is there a common zone or an area constantly open?
How many networker controls 1 or 2
So any way this is the set up for heating only 2 zones and common zone.

Turn the networker wall control off
in the off screen press the clock key (the time will flash)
hold down the 2 & 4 keys for about 5 seconds
depending on the model and what other appliances are lincked to it it will display either
H01 ID01 1500 (NC3 2004 onward)
1500 01 H01 (NC1&2 pre 2004)
press the (M or mode) button till you get to the N1 parameters eg N1 ID01 01
press the number 1 key or on older models top key
should then display should read
N01 ID15 01(COMMON ZONE)
Then using the dial to change the setting to read the same as below once done press the number 1 key or top key to advance to the next setting
press the number 1 key
N01 ID16 01(NETWORKER NUMBER)
N01 ID17 01(ZONE A)
N01 ID18 01(RELAY NUMBER ZONE 1)
N01 ID19 01(NETWORKER NUMBER)
N01 ID20 02(RELAY NUMBER ZONE 2)
N01 ID21 01(NEWORKER NUMBER)
then press the number 1 key followed by the on off button then, provided its all been installed correctly zones should appear and operate :-) good luck and i hope this helps.

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The piece that the front screw in the top cover was screwed into is the filler plug for the tranny.

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Hydraulic

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