Shift the winch handle in the payout direction. This will direct the pump flow to the hydraulic motor. Since the
ball valve is closed and motor rotation is prevented by the disc brake, the system will be deadheaded.
Observe the system pressure reading. If necessary, adjust the dual relief valve (17) until the pressure is 3,200
psi. This will be the relief setting to protect the hydraulic motor and winch circuit in the payout direction.
Shift the winch handle in the pull-in direction. If necessary, adjust the other side of the dual relief valve until the
pressure is 3,200 psi. This will be the relief setting in the pull-in direction.
Return the winch handle to the neutral position.
FOR NORMAL POWERED OPERATION OF THE WINCH THE BALL VALVE (18) MUST REMAIN
FULLY CLOSED, AND THE BRAKE LINE MUST REMAIN CONNECTED TO THE JOYSTICK (5).
Extreme caution must by taken to prevent a runaway condition.