Craftsman 37454 Service manual

Service Manual for:
UVL855EVOM
Under-Vehicle Lift®
Commercial Wheelchair Lifts
Series 03
www.braunability.com/international
ISO 9001:2008
631 West 11th Street, Winamac, IN 46996, USA
Phone: +1 574 946 6153
Fax: +1 574 946 4670
38044
November
2012
Original Instructions
Congratulations
We at The Braun Corporation wish to express our fullest appreciation on your new
purchase. With you in mind, our skilled craftsmen have designed and assembled the
finest lift available.
This manual provides maintenance and service-related material. Braun UVL Series™
lifts are built for dependability and will provide years of pleasure and independence as
long as the lift is properly maintained and operated by an instructed person.
Sincerely,
THE BRAUN CORPORATION
Ralph W. Braun
Chief Executive Officer
Warranty
Consult your local Braun dealer regarding warranty policy.
www.braunlift.com/international
The Braun Corporation
1-800-THE-LIFT TM
BRAUNLIFT.COM TM
Model No.
DOT Public Use Lift MODEL#
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Max. Lifting Capacity - 600Lbs.
SERIAL NUMBER
Serial No.
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Serial No.
Model No.
OWNER'S WARRANTY REGISTRATION
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PURCHASED FROM
OWNER
DATE INSTALLED
NAME
ADDRESS
CITY
TELEPHONE
STATE
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TO VALIDATE WARRANTY
REGISTRATION CARDS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE BRAUN CORPORATION.
Sample Warranty/Registration Card
Contents
Service Safety Precautions .......................................... 2-3
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Lift Terminology ............................................................... 5
Switch and Sensor Locations .......................................... 6
Switch LED Diagnostics .................................................. 7
Carriage Adjustments ...................................................... 7
Floor Level and Bridge Plate Adjustments.................. 8-11
Static and Dynamic Tests ......................................... 12-13
Maintenance and Lubrication ................................... 14-18
Troubleshooting Diagnosis Chart ............................. 19-22
Lift Electrical Schematic ................................................ 23
Hydraulics Parts List ...................................................... 24
Hydraulics Diagram ....................................................... 25
Pump Module Parts List ................................................ 26
Pump Module Diagram .................................................. 27
Repair Parts List ............................................................ 28
Housing Detail ............................................................... 29
Carriage Detail............................................................... 30
Platform Detail ............................................................... 31
Decals and Antiskid .................................................. 32-38
Declaration of Conformity - Machinery ..................... 39-40
Declaration of Noise Emission....................................... 41
Declaration of Conformity - EMC ................................... 42
Document Cross Reference
Owner Manual 38052
Page 1
Service Safety Precautions
Safety Symbols
SAFETY FIRST!
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The information contained
in this manual and
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troublefree lift operation. Safety precautions are provided to
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to open the enclosure or gain access to areas where you are not instructed to do
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These symbols will appear throughout this manual as well as on the labels posted on your lift.
Recognize the seriousness of this information.
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Service Safety Precautions
Service Safety Precautions
WARNING
If maintenance or
repair procedures
cannot be completed
exactly as provided
in this manual or if
the instructions are
not fully understood,
contact The Braun
Corporation immediately. Failure to do
so may result in serious bodily injury and/
or property damage.
WARNING
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etc. before drilling or cutting on vehicle.
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making electrical connections. Connect and secure as
outlined in Installation Instructions and Wiring Diagrams.
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Disconnect the power cable at the battery prior to servicing.
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Never modify (alter) a Braun Corporation lift.
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Failure to follow these safety precautions may result in serious bodily injury and/or
property damage.
Page 3
Lift Specifications
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manual. Any use of equipment other than instructed in this manual is prohibited.
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test with a 1082 kg (2400 lb) load.
Operating Temperature
This equipment will operate in its intended ambient at a minimum between +5ºC and +40ºC.
Relative Humidity
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Altitude
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Power Requirements
24 VDC
Lift Weight (Installed)
248 kg (545 lbs.)
Lifting Capacity
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Lift Terminology
Hand-Held
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Switch and Sensor Locations
Lift Out Cam
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Full Out Limit Switch
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Switch LED Diagnostics
Lift Out Switch: The Lift Out Switch stops inward travel of the carriage/platform during Stow
function (activated by the housing-mounted Lift
Out Cam). Move cam in to increase inward
travel. Move cam out to decrease inward travel.
Diagnostic LED “LIFT OUT” will be illuminated
when the switch is not contacting the cam.
Full Out Switch: The Full Out Switch stops
outward travel of the carriage/platform during
Deploy (Up/Down) functions (activated by the
housing-mounted Full Out Cam). Move cam in
to decrease outward travel. Move cam out to
increase outward travel. Carriage rollers must
be inside housing a minimum 1.3 cm (1/2"). The
platform will not raise or lower until this switch
is activated. Diagnostic LED “FULL OUT” will
be illuminated when the switch is contacting the
cam.
Floor Level Switch: Diagnostic LED “FL LVL”
will be illuminated when the switch is contacting
the cam. Detailed on page 8.
Below Stow (Stow Start) Switch: The Below
Stow Switch controls the height of the carriage/
platform before it moves inward during the Stow
function (activated by the torque tube-mounted
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switch is activated. Diagnostic LED “BELOW”
will be illuminated when platform is at stow start
height or below.
Carriage Adjustments
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Drive Chain Adjustment
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out of the housing tracks on roller bearings.
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may diminish. The eccentric shaft mounting
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eliminate visible sag but do not overtighten.
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clockwise to increase carriage height. Rotate
the shaft counterclockwise to decrease carriage
height. Reinstall mounting screw in nearest
retainer hole. Adjust left and right side eccentric
shafts (screw positions may vary from side to
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not contact top or bottom of tracks (align center).
1. Unlock and pull the manual release cable
and lock in released position.
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3. Remove adjustment bolt (tensioner) access
cover.
4. Use deep well socket (long key sleeve) to
loosen outside jam nut. Tighten inside jam
nut to eliminate visible chain sag but do not
overtighten.
5. Lock jam nuts together. Unlock and push
the manual cable in fully. Lock release cable.
Move the platform in and out until platform
chain release assembly engages chain.
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Floor Level and Bridge Plate Adjustments
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plate must rest solidly on vehicle
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(1.5") of overlap (see full out
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bridge plate cam as detailed in
Cam Adjustment (adjust cam
only if necessary).
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plate linkage rod.
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damage.
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linkage rod (see Photo J on
page 11). The linkage rod
should be adjusted to increase
usable platform length only
(following all other procedures).
Floor Level Switch Adjustment
The Floor Level switch stops upward travel of
the platform during the Up function (activated
by the torque tube-mounted Floor Level cam).
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manual hand pump. See Figure B.
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position by lowering the platform to stow
level and then pressing the UP button until
the platform raises fully (stops).
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cam as detailed in the following section.
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Torque Tube
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Floor Level and Bridge Plate Adjustments
Bridge Plate Cam Adjustment
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cam affects the timing of bridge plate
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- 6.4 cm (1 1/2"DERYHÁRRU
level). Switch off lift main power.
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arm and the bottom of the platform.
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Floor Level and Bridge Plate Adjustments
Bridge Plate Cam Adjustment
4. Remove the cam securement nut (Figure D). Partially fold bridge plate to
take pressure off the cam to ease cam
bolt removal.
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carriage arm to the
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below table. Dimensions between listings - try two nearest holes for optimum setting.
7. Secure cam bolt with nut as shown in
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position of bridge plate.
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Cam Hole Selection Table
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Height (cm)
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2*
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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15
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19
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24.5
26
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29
29
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48
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60
62
66
70
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Cam Hole Number Layout
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Floor Level and Bridge Plate Adjustments
Usable Platform Length
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plate linkage rod
adjustment may
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plate linkage
rod unless
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platform length
is needed.
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of bridge plate (vertical position).
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vertical position) restricts the usable platform
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as detailed (only if necessary). If the linkage
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cam and/or other components.
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1. Position the lift platform below stow level
using the manual hand pump (turn valve
counterclockwise). Do not operate the lift
with the electric pump during adjustment
procedures.
Slide Block
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2. Loosen the jam nuts at each end. Unbolt
linkage rod from slide block. Adjust rod
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3. Carefully check the bridge plate angle and
operation using the manual hand pump.
Ensure the rod has not been over adjusted
resulting in pressure on components (damage will result).
4. Reattach linkage rod to slide block. Tighten the linkage rod jam nuts.
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Page 11
Static and Dynamic Tests
Compatibility between the lift and the vehicle
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Static Test
Deformation
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A load of 454kg is applied to the platform and subsequently removed.
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deformation has occurred in any part of the lift or its attachment to the vehicle which could affect the
function of the lift.
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repeated after a 15 minute test period.
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If lift does drift:
1. Deploy lift to ground level.
2. Press circuit board manual override buttons L-UP and L-DN for 20 seconds.
3. Open manual down valve 1 turn and press “UP”
on hand pendant for 20 seconds. Close valve.
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verify that the platform does not lift (tilt is permissible).
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3. Press up switch and verify platform does not lift (tilt is permissible).
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valve adjustment is necessary.
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6. Turn adjustment screw counterclockwise1/8 turn.
7. Press up switch and verify platform does not lift (tilt is permissible).
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Static and Dynamic Tests
Dynamic Test
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normal lifting and lowering.
1. Lower platform to the ground.
2. Place 363kg at center of platform.
3. Press up switch and verify that the lift is able to operate throughout its full range of normal lifting and
lowering movements.
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necessary.
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6. Turn adjustment screw clockwise 1/8 turn.
7. Press up switch and verify lift is able to operate throughout its full range of normal lifting and lowering
movement.
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Test of Operations and Safety Functions
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have been completed. These tests do not apply to pipe break valves nor non-resettable safety devices
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Maintenance and Lubrication
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trouble-free lift operation. Inspecting the lift for
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should be a part of the transit agency daily service
program. Simple inspections can detect potential
problems.
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bystanders. Place vehicle transmission in “Park”
and engage parking brake. Deploy lift to ground
level. Provide adequate work space around fullyGHSOR\HGOLIW3HUIRUPVSHFLÀHGPDLQWHQDQFHDQG
lubrication procedures (position lift as required).
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soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent
solution. Ensure the surface cleaned is fully dry
before reconnecting power.
Other Components: Clean components and
the surrounding area before applying lubricants.
Clean only with mild detergent and water. Do not
clean with solvents. Allow the lift to dry thoroughly
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cleaning.
LPS2 General Purpose Penetrating Oil is recommended where Light Oil is called out. Use of
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components. Platform components
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to the ground may
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WARNING
Maintenance and
lubrication procedures
must be performed as
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authorized service
technician. Failure to
do so may result in
serious bodily injury
and/or property
damage.
Perform maintenance and lubrication procedures at
the scheduled intervals according to the
number of cycles.
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and maintenance procedures to be performed
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Records of maintainence and service procedures
should be maintained.
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Maintenance and Lubrication
Lubrication Diagram
Carriage
Rollers
(bearings)
LO
Drive Chain and Rollers
LO
Drive Chain
Release Latch
SG
Hydraulic
Cylinder Eccentric
Shaft
Pivot
Rollers Torque
Points
(bearings) Tube
LO
LO
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Rolling
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Points
Carriage Arm
LO
Lifting Arm Slot Area
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UP
STOW
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Lifting Arm
Pivot Points
LO
Roll Stop
and
Lower Closure
Pivot Points
LO
Bridge Plate
Linkage Pivot Points
LO
Bridge Plate
Hinge Pivot Points
LO
Roll Stop Latch
Pivot Points
LO
See the Maintenance/Lubrication Schedule for recommended applications per number of cycles.
Lubricant
Type
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Lubricant
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(30 weight or equivalent)
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28598
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Maintenance and Lubrication
750
Cycles
Page 16
Roll stop and lower closure pivot
points (2)
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Inspect roll stop and lower closure for
proper operation
Correct or replace damaged parts.
Inspect roll stop seal and lower closure
gasket
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Roll Stop latch pivot point
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Roll stop latch spring
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Bridge plate hinge pivot points
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Bridge plate linkage pivot points
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Lifting arm pivot points and rollers
(bearings)
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
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abnormal condition
Correct as needed.
Inspect lift for rattles
Correct as needed.
Check drive chain tension.
Pull out and lock manual release cable.
Adjust chain tension as needed. See
Drive Chain Adjustment.
Inspect bridge plate and linkage for:
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See Floor Level and Bridge Plate
Adjustment Instructions.
Check carriage ride height in
housing
Adjust as needed. See Carriage Ride
Height Adjustment.
Check stow height/lifting arm
alignment
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aligned with each other and aligned with
carriage. Adjust as needed. See Below
Stow Switch.
Inspect wiring harnesses for
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Check lower pan securement
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correct as needed.
Torque tube pivot points
(8 places)
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Maintenance and Lubrication
1500
Cycles
Carriage rollers (bearings)
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Eccentric shaft rollers (bearings)
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
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Apply Door-Ease - See Lubrication
Diagram. Apply to the surface area
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Hydraulic cylinder pivot points (4 per
cylinder)
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Drive chain and chain rollers
Apply Light Oil - See Lubrication
Diagram
Drive chain release latch mechanism
Apply Synthetic Grease - See
Lubrication Diagram
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out housing and clean housing tracks.
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all debris from housing. Use clean cloth
and solvent to clean tracks.
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and connecting link for securement
and/or misalignment.
Correct or replace damaged parts
and/or relubricate. See Drive Chain
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damage.
Correct or replace damaged parts and/
or relubricate.
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manual release system (T-handle/cable
assembly and carriage movement).
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assembly operate properly. Ensure
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retracted freely.
Inspect limit switches and cams for
securement and proper adjustment
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See Switch Adjustment.
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eccentric shaft rollers (bearings) for
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and proper operation
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lubricate or correct as needed.
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proper adjustment
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lubricate or correct as needed. See
Carriage Ride Height Adjustment.
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Maintenance and Lubrication
1500
Cycles
4500
Cycles
Consecutive
750 Cycle
Intervals
Lift
Disposal
Procedure
Page 18
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securement hardware for wear or
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proper operation
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or leaks
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Inspect handrails for securement
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Hydraulic Fluid (Pump) - Check level.
Notice: Fluid should be changed if
there is visible contamination. Inspect
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is low.
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level with platform lowered fully. Fill
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- measure 22 mm (7/8") from the bottom
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Inspect lifting arm bushings and pivot
pins for visible wear or damage
Replace if needed.
Inspect roll stop pivot pin mounting
bolts (2)
Tighten or replace if needed
Mounting
Check to see that the lift is securely
anchored to the vehicle and there are
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fractures.
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illegible. Replace antiskid if worn or
missing.
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lubrication and maintenance procedures
at 750 cycle intervals.
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2. Transport lift to a recycling center for recycling.
Troubleshooting Diagnosis Chart
36513
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WARNING
Troubleshooting and
repair procedures
must be performed
DVVSHFLÀHGE\DXthorized service personnel only. Failure
to do so may result
in serious bodily
injury and/or property
damage.
FUNCTION
1.00
NO
OPERATION
2.00
PUMP RUNS
BUT WILL
NOT LIFT
PLATFORM
If a problem occurs with your
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yourself. Contact your sales
representative. The cause of
the problem can be determined
by locating the lift function and
related symptom in the Troubleshooting Diagnosis Charts. The
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then be determined by process of
elimination.
An Electrical Schematic and Hydraulic Diagram are provided to
aid in troubleshooting.
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parts lists is also provided. Correct the problem if possible. If the
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sales representative.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
1.11 Low Battery
Vehicle engine must be running during lift operation. Check condition of vehicle battery.
1.12 Bad ground
Check for good ground between vehicle chas
sis and aluminum manifold on power pack.
1.13 Poor plug connections
Check all plugs for proper contact.
1.14 Blown fuse
Check inline fuse on “24 V” wire from P.C.
board. Check P.C. board mounted fuse. Check
for power on terminal 8 of terminal block on
P.C. board.
1.15 Defective circuit breaker
Reset or replace if necessary.
1.16 Improper terminal block wiring
Check for proper wiring of terminal block.
2.11 Hydraulic valve open
Flush valve by operating manual override
switches UP and DOWN at same time for 4 to 5
seconds several times.
2.12 Manual valve open
Close manual valve. Flush valve by running
UP with manual override. Open valve 4 to 5
seconds several times.
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Power pack must be mounted vertically.
2.14 No oil (low)
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2.15 Hydraulic hose not connected
Check hose connection between pump and
cassette.
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Troubleshooting Diagnosis Chart
FUNCTION
3.00
PUMP DOES
NOT RUN
WITH
MANUAL
OVERRIDE
OR
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
4.00
LIFT WILL
GO UP WITH
OVERRIDE
SWITCH BUT
NOT WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
5.00
LIFT WILL
NOT GO
DOWN WITH
MANUAL
OVERRIDE
OR WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT OR
GOES DOWN
SLOWLY
OR DRIFTS
DOWN BY
ITSELF
6.00
LIFT WILL GO
DOWN WITH
OVERRIDE
BUT NOT WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
7.00
LIFT WILL NOT
GO OUT WITH
OVERRIDE OR
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
Page 20
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
3.11 Up Solenoid
Check for power on pump “T” wire going to
solenoid.
3.12 Bad power and ground
See 1.00
4.11 FULL OUT diagnostic LED
not illuminated
Check full out switch for proper operation/adjustment. Replace or adjust as necessary.
4.12 Hand-held pendant not working
properly
Check for UP diagnostic LED when hitting UP
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necessary.
4.13 See 12.0
5.11 Hydraulic down valve bad
Check for power on valve ”T” wire going to solenoid when pushing manual override or remote
button. Replace if necessary.
5.12 Dirty down valve (clogged)
Flush valve by pushing manual override up and
down buttons at same time for 4 to 5 seconds
several times.
6.11 FULL OUT diagnostic LED not
illuminated.
Check for proper operation of Full Out switch
with diagnostic LED. Replace or adjust switch
as necessary.
6.12 See 12.0
7.11 Defective circuit breaker
Reset or replace if necessary.
7.12 No power on terminal 8
Check vehicle door full open switch and wiring.
7.13 Interlock circuit incomplete
Verify interlock installation
7.14 Poor plug connections
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7.15 Bad in/out motor
Check power at motor. Replace motor if necessary.
7.16 Bad power and ground
See 1.00
Troubleshooting Diagnosis Chart
FUNCTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
8.00
LIFT WILL NOT
STOW WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
8.11 Faulty Below Stow switch.
BELOW STOW (BELOW) diagnostic LED not illuminated
9.00
OUTBOARD
ROLL STOP WILL
NOT OPERATE
UP OR DOWN
WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT OR
OVERRIDES
9.11 Ground Sensor pressure switch
9.13 Hydraulic poppet valve bad
Check for power on “BAR DN” wire going to solenoid when pushing manual override or remote
button while platform is on the ground. Replace
if necessary.
Notice: Down and
Barrier Down
override switches
must be pressed at
same time to lower
outboard barrier.
9.14 Dirty poppet valve (clogged)
Replace
9.11 Defective circuit breaker
Reset or replace if necessary.
9.13 Bad relay(s)
Check Barrier Up and Barrier Down power
relays. Replace if necessary.
10.11 Hand-held pendant not
working properly
Check for UP diagnostic LED when hitting UP
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necessary.
10.00
OUTBOARD
ROLL STOP
OPERATES
WITH
OVERRIDES
BUT WILL NOT
GO UP WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
11.00
OUTBOARD
ROLL STOP
OPERATES
WITH
OVERRIDES
BUT WILL NOT
GO DOWN WITH
HAND-HELD
PENDANT
12.00
SWITCHES
DO NOT
ACTIVATE
LED(S)
Check for proper operation of Below Stow
switch. Replace or adjust switch as necessary.
8.12 See 12.0
Reset or replace if necessary.
9.12 See 5.0
10.12 See 12.0
11.11 GROUND SENSOR (GND SENS)
diagnostic LED not illuminated
Check Ground Sensor pressure transducer.
Replace or adjust as necessary.
11.12 BELOW STOW (BELOW)
diagnostic LED not illuminated
Check Below Stow switch for proper operation.
Replace or adjust as necessary.
11.13 FULL OUT diagnostic LED
not illuminated
Check Full Out switch for proper operation. Replace or adjust as needed.
11.14 See 12.0
12.11 Improper terminal block wiring
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12.12 No power going to switches
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12.13 Faulty wiring
Check continuity of wires from switches to connector A2.
12.14 Faulty connections
Check for proper connections on each switch
and on each connector on the harnesses.
Replace contact if necessary. See diagram at
right.
Page 21
Troubleshooting Diagnosis Chart
13.00
DOORS DO
NOT OPEN
13.11 Faulty wiring
Check for proper wiring to door openers.
CONTACT REMOVAL
1. Remove orange wedge using
needle nose pliers or a hook
shaped wire to pull wedge straight
out.
Page 22
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the same time releasing the lock
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the contact with a screwdriver.
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removing the contact will displace
the seal
Lift Electrical Schematic
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POWER PACK / LIFT HOUSING
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86
85
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NOTICE: 5
*CIRCUIT
BREAKER
60A
3) WIRE IDENTIFICATION: WIRE COLOR - WIRE SIZE IN MM2 - WIRE SIZE IN AWG
4) A LIFT ON/OFF POWER SWITCH MUST BE INSTALLED. USE BRAUN SWITCH
GROUND
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NC
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2) ALL WIRES AND COMPONENTS OPERATE AT 24 VOLTS DC.
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2
3
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1
2
3
4
5
6
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BK-1.31-16
J1
OR / BK-1.31-16
NOT USED
BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
NOT USED
BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
NOT USED
BK-1.31-16
I1
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
H1
NC
S5
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
RD-0.823-18
GN-0.823-18
BK-0.823-18
C
S4
K2
A
B
C
A
B
C
A
B
C
NOT USED
BU-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
IGN PWR
SW PWR
LIFT OUT
FLOOR LVL
FLOOR IN
SAFETY
GND SENS
FULL OUT
NOT FULL OUT
BELOW STOW
NO
NC
NC
S3
H2
G1
BELOW STOW
C
C
NC
G2
*RD-0.823-18
BK0.823-18
WH-3.31-12
NO
RD-0.823-18
GN-0.823-18
BK-0.823-18
RD-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
S2
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
NC
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / WH-1.31-16
RD / WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
FULL OUT
NO
C
S1
WH-1.31-16
SW PWR
BAR DN
BAR DN PWR
BAR UP PWR
BELOW STOW
FULL OUT
NOT FULL OUT
LIFT OUT
GND SENS
SAFETY
FLOOR IN
FLOOR LVL
SW PWR
IGN PWR
NO
NO
BK-1.31-16
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / WH-1.31-16
RD / WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / W-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
GND SENS
FLOOR LVL
HAND CONTROL EXTENSION
HARNESS #36800A
M2
BK-1.31-16
C
WH-3.31-12
WH-3.31-12
WH-3.31-12
WH-3.31-12
*LIFT
POWER
SWITCH
BK0.823-18
F1
LIFT HOUSING / CARRIAGE
HARNESS #75920EVOMA-02
LIFT OUT
RD / WH-1.31-16
GN / WH-1.31-16
BU / WH-1.31-16
BK / RD-1.31-16
WH / RD-1.31-16
OR / RD-1.31-16
BU / RD-1.31-16
RD / GN-1.31-16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NOTICE: 4
BK-0.823-18
5A
BK-1.31-16
M
BEEP/FL 1
DOOR CL 2
OPEN 3
PRESSURE 4
INTERLK 5
SAFETY 6
H.C. PWR IN 7
24V OUT 8
IGN PWR IN 9
FLOOR LVL 10
FULL OPEN 11
CLOSE 12
FUSE
RD-0.823-18
GN-0.823-18
OR-0.823-18
BK-0.823-18
WH-0.823-18
BU-0.823-18
IN-OUT
MOTOR
OR-1.31-16
N
H
J
E
Q
D
A
C
M
K
B
L
A1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
B2
E2
E1
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
WH / BK-1.31-16
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10 10
11 11
12 12
RD-3.31-12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
BAR DN
GND SENS
SAFETY
FLOOR IN
FLOOR LVL
BAR UP PWR
BAR DN PWR
MOTOR OUT PWR
MOTOR IN PWR
MOTOR IN PWR
MOTOR OUT PWR
BAR DN PWR
BAR UP PWR
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
NOT USED
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
PUMP T
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN / WH-1.31-16
RD / WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / WH-1.31-16
RD / WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
D2
SW PWR
IGN PWR
BELOW STOW
FULL OUT
NOT FULL OUT
LIFT OUT
WH-1.31-16
D1
RD / WH-1.31-16
GN / WH-1.31-16
BU / WH-1.31-16
BK / RD-1.31-16
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
NOT USED
WH / RD-1.31-16
OR / RD-1.31-16
BU / RD-1.31-16
RD / GN-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
NOT USED
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PUMP T
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
RD-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
NOT USED
RD / BK-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
BAR DN
GND SENS
SAFETY
FLOOR IN
FLOOR LVL
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
GN / BK-1.31-16
OR / BK-1.31-16
BU / BK-1.31-16
BK / WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
WH-1.31-16
BK-1.31-16
RD / BK-1.31-16
SW PWR
IGN PWR
BELOW STOW
FULL OUT
NOT FULL OUT
LIFT OUT
WH-3.31-12
BK-1.31-16
RD-1.31-16
GN-1.31-16
OR-1.31-16
BU-1.31-16
RD-0.823-18
GN-0.823-18
OR-0.823-18
BK-0.823-18
WH-0.823-18
BU-0.823-18
NOT USED
BK-1.31-16
*RD-21.1-4
*RD-21.1-4
AUX.
E-STOP
Q2
BAT.
INDUCTOR
Use caution when working on components
inside pump module. Available energy of
1680 VA creates an energy hazard.
BATTERY
POSITIVE
TERMINAL
(24V)
*RD-21.1-4
L
Hydraulic Parts List
Item
Qty.
Description
Part No.
1
1
Pump Assembly, UVL Power Pack - 24 Volt - Mod
37454-24V
2
1
Motor, Pump
16504-IS
3
1
Valve, “Down” (with Solenoid)
16505
4
1
Clamp, Reservoir - H-48
17069
5
1
Reservoir Replacement Kit (Includes Item #10)
6
2
O-Ring (only), Hand Pump Mounting
88188K
17351
7
1
Hand Pump (Backup) with O-Rings (Includes Item #6)
87065
8
1
Handle with Angle Bracket and Grip
9
3
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 3/4", Allen Head
17352
10
1
Fitting, 3/8" Male NPT x 3/8" Barbed
87618
11
2
Clamp, Hose - 5/8" O.D. - Worm Drive
84325
12
1
Tubing, 3/8" x 5/8", Tygothane - Clear
82066R012
13
1
Plug, 3/8" Plastic Hose
81580
14
1
Fitting, 90°-1/8" Male Pipe x 1/8" Barbed
87563
15
1
Tube, 1/4" O.D. x 1/8” I.D. - Plastic
16
1
Plug, 1/8" Plastic Tube
81583
17
6
Fitting - 7/16 O Ring X 4JICM (FG6400)
24504
18
1
Hose Assembly, 1/4" - 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 16"
32785A-210
19
1
Hose Assembly, 3/16" - 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 16"
35262A-16
20
2
Fitting, Tee - 7/16-20 Male JIC 37° (2) x 7/16-20 JIC 37° Female Swivel
21
2
Coupling, Hydraulic Quick 1/4" NPT
37466
22
2
NIPPLE-HYDRAULIC QUICK CONNECT 7/16-20
37467
23
2
O-Ring to JIC Swivel Elbow (FG6809)
37472
24
1
Nut, 9/16-18, Hex Jam
83077
25
1
Fitting Assembly, Bulk Head
37335
26
1
Hose Assembly, 3/16" - 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 72"
27
2
Valve, Flow Control
28
1
Cap - Fitting - 7/16-20 JIC 37°
16028
29
2
Fitting, Tee - 7/16-20 / 37 JIC (FG6804)
37471
30
1
O-Ring to JIC Swivel (FG6402)
37469
31
1
Switch, Pressure Sensing with Harness
32
1
O-Ring Coupling (FG6425)
33
2
Cylinder, Retracting
87055N-SR
35262A-35
17206W
81557R014
87587
35262A-72
37473
37475A
37470
34
1
Hose Assembly, 3/16" - 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 35"
35
1
Diode Assembly, Up Solenoid
36
1
Solenoid, Motor UVL - 24V
32930
37
1
Fitting, Elbow-Male 7/16-20 SAE 90° (FG6807)
26576
38
3
Fitting, Elbow - 7/16-20 M/O-Ring / 37° (FG6801)
25085
39
1
Valve, Power Poppet w/Manual Override
37474
40
1
Fitting, 90° - Female Swivel 7/16-20 JIC 37° x Male 7/16-20 JIC 37°
87592
41
1
Hose Assembly, 1/8" - 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 33"
35261A-033
42
1
Hose Assembly, 1/8" - 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 100"
35261A-100
43
1
Cylinder, Roll Stop UVL (Includes Items 37, 44, 45 & 46)
44
1
Nut, 1/2-20 Jam - Hex
45
1
Adapter, Cylinder/Roll Stop Lever
46
1
Plug, Drain w/Gasket
35679
47
1
Clamp, Hose
17069
Page 24
73906A
35386
83022
915-0344
Hydraulics Diagram
35
26
1
41
47
40
31
20
Arrow must
face pump
38
34
2
30
32
27
36
23
7
29
Fr
on
tC
yli
nd
er
9
3
33
39
25
38
24
6
23
13
21
17
11
22
28
44
12
29
45
4
11
18
17
42
43
5
10
21
Roll Stop Cylinder
38
16
22
17
46
Arrow must
face pump
17
27
Re
ar
Cy
lin
de
r
14
15
19
37
17
8
33
NOTICE
36513
Use caution when working on components
inside pump module. Available energy of
1680 VA creates an energy hazard.
Remove power from pump
module and any spark source
before working with hydraulic
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proper eye protection. Use
protective gloves for prolonged
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Page 25
Pump Module Parts List
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
Page 26
Qty.
1
4
1
6
3
1
3
1
3
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
5
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
Description
Pump Assembly, UVL Power Pack - 24 Volt
Fitting - 7/16-20/ 7/16-20 / 37°
Handle, Pump w/Bracket
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/8", Pan Head Phillips
Clamp-Spring-Pump Handle
Plate, Power Pack Mounting
Screw, 5/16-18 x 1/2", Serrated Washer Head, Hex
Hose Assembly, 3/16"- 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 16"
Washer, Flat - M8
Coupling, Hydraulic Quick Connect x 7/16" SAE O-Ring
Fitting, NIPPLE-HYDRAULIC QUICK CONNECT 7/16-20
Tubing, 3/8" x 5/8", Tygothane - Clear
Clamp, Hose - 5/8" O.D. - Worm Drive
Plug, 3/8" Plastic Tubing
Fitting, 90°-1/8" Male Pipe x 1/8" Barbed
Tube, 1/4" O.D. x 1/8" I.D. - Plastic
Plug, 1/8" Plastic Tube
Clamp, Hose
Solenoid, Motor UVL - 24V
Diode Assembly, Up Solenoid
Diode Assembly, Down Valve Solenoid
Terminal, 1/4" Male Spade - Fully Insulated - 14/16 Gauge
Jumper Assembly, 12 Gauge x 4"
Eyelet, 5/16" Insulated - Red
Bracket, PC Board Mounting
Circuit Breaker, 8 Amp - Manual Reset
Clip, Cable - 7/16" Plastic
Screw, #10-32 x 3/8", Pan Head, Phillips, Thread Cut
Standoff, .25" PCB - Nylon
Screw, #6 x 3/8" Self Tap, Flat Head
Bumper, 1/2" Dia. x 1/4" Tall - Rubber
UVL CONTROLLER ASSY 24V FOR HC E-STOP
Screw, 5/16-18 x 3/4" Serrated Hex Head
Fuse, 5 Amperes
Relay, 10/20 Amperes, 24 Volt
Edge Liner, 1/8", Q-Trim
Hand Control Assembly - Coiled
Harness - Hand Control Extension
Chip, UVL 600 Program No Stow-Lock
Nipple, Hydraulic Quick Connect x 1/4" Female NPT
Hose Assembly, 1/4"- 7/16-20 JIC 37° x 210"
Harness, Terminal Strip
Pump Cover (Complete 36675A Includes 43-50)
Decal, Manual Operation - UVL (Not Shown)
Decal, UVL Patent & Trademark (Not Shown)
Decal, Warn Damage Control Board-ESD (Not Shown)
Decal, Electrical Components-Module-Intl-UVL
Decal, Electrical Components-Lift-Intl-UVL
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Decal, Hazard-Electrical Shock-Intl-PI (not Shown)
Kit, Fuse Replacement (Not Shown)
Tag, Vent Tube Plug Removal - UVL (Not Shown)
Cable Tie, 3 3/4" x .09", White (Not Shown)
Tag, Caution Do Not Connect - Red (Not Shown)
Harness, Pump Module/Housing (Not Shown)
Cable Tie, 14 1/2" (Not Shown)
Cable Tie, 11" (Not Shown)
Part No.
37454-24V
24504
17206W
82769
12350
73822W
82881
35262A-16
27462
37466
37467
82066R012
84325
81580
87563
81557R014
81583
17069
32930
73906A
73907A
78036
73943A
86267
73824IRSW-02
30364
15777
82755
86739
82764
82064
73900ES-24V-2
32464
85835
168001-1416
13910R006
36801A
36800A
85900-102
87615
32785A-210
35342A
73820IRSCE
35514-FR
29884
30787
36649
36650
36513
36676K
25807
86003
81796
73910A-1800
24534
10091
Pump Module Diagram
37
18
6
3679
12
20
13
"PUMP T" WIRE
ON ELECTRICAL
BOARD
14
17
13
11
"VALVE T" WIRE
ON ELECTRICAL
BOARD
22
TO DOWN
VALVE
38
16
6
7
1
19
21
24
23
15
TO DOWN
VALVE
"GROUND" WIRE
ON ELECTRICAL
BOARD
2
"24 V" POWER WIRE ON
ELECTRICAL BOARD
26
28
27
"24 V" WIRE ON
ELECTRICAL BOARD
30
9
29
33
INLINE FUSE HOLDER
WITH 5 AMP FUSE
32
36
31
25
8
7
4
29
39
45
34
35
42
2
10
10
2
3
40
2
NOTICE
Page 27
Remove power from pump
module and any spark source
before working with hydraulic
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SURSHUH\HSURWHFWLRQ8VH
protective gloves for prolonged
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5
46
41
36513
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LQVLGHSXPSPRGXOH$YDLODEOHHQHUJ\RI
9$FUHDWHVDQHQHUJ\KD]DUG
44
5
46
Repair Parts List - UVL855EVOM Series 03
Item
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
1
6
1
6
1
1
1
3
1
1
4
1
1
1
3
1
15
3
1
30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
2
4
1
1
6
2
8
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
2
4
2
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
2
2
1
Page 28
Description
Housing Weldment
Clamp, Lift Mounting
Chain Release Assembly
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4", Serrated Hex
Upper Cover - Inboard
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1", Serrated Hex
Cam, 7/8" UVL Follower
Nut, 1/4-20, Serrated, Hex
Manual Release Cable Assembly Kit
Bracket, In/Out Cam, Inboard
Nut, 5/16-18 Nylock - Plated
Bracket, In/Out Cam, Outboard
Cylinder, Roll Stop w/Jam Nut
Chain Tensioner Weldment
Roller, Chain Idler, Nylon
Screw, 5/16" x 1 1/4" Shoulder, Soc. Hd., 1/4-20
Nut, 1/4-20 Nylock, Full Thread
Nut, 1/2-20, Jam, Hex
Cover, Chain Tensioner
Screw, 10-32 x 3/8", Pan Hd., Self-Tap
Chain, Nickel Plated, #35 Roller
Connector Link, #35 Roller Chain
Fitting Assembly, Bulk Head
Nut, 9/16-18 Hex Jam
O-Ring to JIC Swivel Elbow
Nipple, Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
Coupling, Hydraulic Quick Disconnect
Fitting, 7/16 O-Ring X 4 JICM
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 1/2" Washer Head
Clamp, Insulate, 1"
Bolt, 5/16-18 X 1/2" Nylock-Hex/Auto-Bk
Carriage Weldment
Shaft Bearing Weldment
Bearing Track Roller, 20mm x 52mm
Shaft, Eccentric Bearing Weldment, Front
Shaft, Eccentric Bearing Weldment, Rear
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/8", Serrated, Hex
E-Clip, 3/4" Bowed x .580" Groove
E-Clip, 3/4" x .580" Groove
Washer, .281" I.D. x .625" O.D. x .055"
Washer, Front Scissor Arm
Bearing, Scissor/Carriage Tube
Bridge Plate Cam
Weldment, Bridgeplate Guide
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4", SHCS w/ Nylock Patch
Motor, Electric, In/Out
Screw, 1/2" x 3/8" SHLD SKT HD 3/8-16 SS
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1", BHSC SS
Screw, 1/4-20 x 2 3/4", Serrated, Hex
Screw, 5/16" x 2" Shoulder, Soc. Hd., 1/4-20
Cylinder Assembly - Front
Cylinder Assembly - Rear
Washer, UVL Cylinder Rod Pin
Bushing, 3/4" I.D. x 3/8" Long
Pin, Cylinder Mounting
Block, Carriage Stop
Pin, Cylinder Rod Mounting
Bolt, 1/2-13 x 3/4", Hex
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/4", Pan Head, Nylon
Screw, 3/8-16 x 1 1/4" FHSCS
Ring, 1/2" Ext. Snap/Auto Bk
Washer, UVL Cylinder Rod Pin
Nut, 10-32 Serrated Flange ZP
Weldment, Cover Carriage/Switch
Cover Lower
Nylon Spacer
Rod End, 5/16-24, Male
Nut, 5/16-24, Jam, Hex
Upper Cover - Outer
Nut, 5/16-24, Left Hand Thread, Hex
Rod End, 5/16-24, Left Hand Thread, Male
Weldment, Support Drive Idler
Washer, .758" I.D. x 1.245" O.D. x .06"
Nut, 9/16-18 x 5/16" Thick, Jam
Washer, 1/2” Flat/Auto-Bk
Velcro - (Loop) 1", Adhesive Back
Velcro - (Hook) 1", Adhesive Back
Tape, 1/8" x 1 1/2" x 48"
Part No.
Item
Qty.
75101EVOMW-03
73733
73760EVOMA-02
82768
35021
82760
84392
83064
73770-600EVOM
73774
25639
73775
35386
75750EVOW
73706
82751
83070
83022
71754
82755
84314R142.92
84317
37335
83077
37472
37467
37466
24504
24751
29765
10012
75201EVOMW-03
73230W
84305
73233W
73233MW
82761
84377
84376
83511
73748
84004
75403EVOMA
36164W
29895
73780A24
32881
81064-000
82759
82758
75801MFA-03
75801MRA-03
31137-03
29122
75700N-03
74781N
75701N
17726
82773
32022
20946
31137
83080
75295EVOW-03
75732EVOM-02
37779
84384
83075
35020
83076
84385
75210EVOW
37511
31176
25346
13355R
13354R
82054R048
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
1
1
3
2
1
3
2
2
2
10
1
2
4
4
4
5
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
4
1
1
2
1
3
2
2
3
1
1
1
4
2
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
2
2
16
8
4
8
Description
Tape, Double Face, 1/16" x 3/4" x 524"
Lid, Upper Edge Seal
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2" Pan Head, Phillips
Nut, 10-32, Serrated Flange
Valve, Poppet w/Manual Release
Nut, 5/16-18, Nylock
Cam, Torque Shaft Actuator
Clamp, Worm Drive, Heavy Duty
Plug, 1 1/2" x 2" x 11 Gauge Tube
Clamp, 1/4" I.D. Nylon Loop, Black
Bracket, In/Out Switch Mounting
Tape, Limit Switch Mounting Pad
Limit Switch Assembly
Washer, #10 Internal Tooth
Screw, 10-32 x 1 1/2" Socket Cap
Washer, .328" x .562" x .042" SS
Plate, Switch Bracket, Tap
Handrail Assembly, Rear w/Mounting Bolts
Handrail Assembly, Front w/Mounting Bolts
Cover, Carriage, Rear
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4", Self Tap, Washer Head
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1/2", Socket, Low Head
Washer, .281" I.D. x .75" O.D. x .06", Brass
Pin, .25" x .81" Dowel
Platform Weldment
Rocker, Bridge Plate
Plate, Platform Floor
Bearing, Flange, 3/4" x 1/4" Long, 12FDU04
Roll Stop Weldment
Bolt, 5/16-24 x 2 1/4" Flat Head Socket
Link Assembly, Bridge Plate
Bolt, 5/16-24 x 2", Flat Head Socket - Plated
Block, Bridge Plate Slider
Screw, 1/2" x 1/4" Shoulder Socket Hd x 3/8-16
Spring, Lower Closure, Torsion
Block, Nylon Slider Inside
Washer, .390" I.D. X .625" O.D. X .073"
Block, Nylon Slider Outside
Tie Rod, Bridge Plate
Bolt, 5/16-24 x 1", Socket, Button Head
Skid, Bridge Plate x 27"
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1/2", BUT HD SOC/AUTO BK
Plate, Bridge
Hinge Weldment, Bridge Plate
Spring, Torsion
Spring, Torsion
Shaft, Barrier Hinge
E-Clip, 3/8" Shaft
Catch Weldment, Bridge Plate
Bearing, UHMW Flat - 1.5" Diameter
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 3/4" Allen Button Head
Nut, 3/8-16 UNC Hex Lock Jam
Screw, #10-32 x 1/2", Pan Hd., Self-Tap
Assembly Closure, UVL855EVO
Tape, 1/8" x 1 1/2" x 25"
Adapter-Cyl/Roll Stop Lever
Bearing, UHMW Flat-Black
Block, Lid Attachment
Bolt, 5/16-18 x 3/4" BHSC
Bolt, HR Block/Spring Attach
Latch, Roll Stop
Washer, .63" x .8" x .06" Nylon
Bearing, Flange-1/2" x 1/4"-08FDV04
Bolt, 5/16-24 x 5/8" x 1/2" Dia. Shoulder
Spring, .5" O.D. x .075" WD x 2.73" EXT x 38.2SR/SS
Cam-7/8" UVL Follower
Adapter, Cylinder/Roll Stop Lever - Out
Screw, #10-32 x 3/8" Fl Hd - Hx Skt / Auto-Bk
Screw, 5/16-18 x 3/4" FHS Auto-Bk
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 1" Hex -SS
Grommet, Rubber - 1 1/2" ID x 2 1/8" OD x 1/8" Gr
Spacer, UHMW-Roll Stop
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1" - Socket Head Cap
Screw, 10-32 X 5/8" PH PAN SS
Nut, M20-2.5 Zinc Plated Jamb
Washer, M21-33 X 2.5 ZP
Threaded Rod, M20-2.5 X 177.8mm (7”)
Washer, 3/4" Flat
Part No.
82033R524
75746EVOM-02
82744
83080
37474
25639
73712
26400
81582
84396
73719
73747
73950
11540
82717
83583
68280-1
73381EVOMA-02
73380EVOMA
31243
24750
82335
83592
74412
75301EVOMW-02
74404A
75306EVOM-02DS
24012
75321EVOMW-02
82346
74406A
82347
74408
82771
73335
74410-02
83585
74409
75407EVOM
82348
74402-27
15733
74401-31-A3DS
75420EVOMW
85101EVO
85101
75413
84383
74415MW
29592
40-2880-0
20926
36307
75330EVOA-02
82054R025
915-0344
35354
36167
29863
30917-02
30918-02
83584
24442
30921-02
31016
84052
990-0341
24537
25527
21987
32392
75335EVO
24221
82884
32958
83530
32973
10066
Housing Exploded View Detail - UVL855EVOM Series 03
20
20
5
81
20
82
20
20
81
69
20
82
20
81
82
20
148
20
153
154
4
20
133
20
131
4
4
20
155
149
2
155
148
79
154
150
151
79
153
80
20
88
17
78
154
128
131
131
153
44
2
153
153
154
79
156
153
155
154
79
79
153
153
153
154
2
79
156
48
9
79
79
153
155
3
79
9
17
17
154
79
20
153
18
2
31
79
65
19
153
156
153
7
8
154
99
153
10
16
17 14 15
153
21
156
153
22
23
28
27
26
30
24
20
56
128
25
136
29
60
128
12
1
9
99
Page 29
136
Carriage Exploded View Detail - UVL855EVOM Series 03
49
54
51
49
64
54
54
52
54
98
129
89
91
40
33
95
90
83
92
37
94
20
77
77
76
76
34
88
20
88
37
88
30
15
20
35
55
93
92
34
59
17
94
90
92
50
39
38
91
73
37
33
37
92
93
30
20
95
34
20
88
58
58
53
20
88
74
72
57
53
74
88
17
88
59
41
53
74
74
85
53
37
49
86
42
86
57
39
94
38 39
34
87
73
88
55
41
88
20
88
39
32
46
42
8
45
Page 30
39
36
66
43
87
147
75
39
Platform Exploded View Detail - UVL855EVOM Series 03
105
79
79
79
79
119
121
82
79
82
152
97
120
120
152
42
120
120
125
39
120
120
120 120
123
118
127
123
124
122
84
39
123
123
67
41
126
42
126
39
61
133
137
88 20
106
13
134
41
68
18
141
117
47
39
70
104
100
96
115
133
101
109
102
111 84
108 110
71 84
130
114
106
145
146
133
137
103
107
130
115 133
132
116
141
140
139
142
112
8
113
6
143
144
138
Page 31
Decals and Antiskid
Notice: Clean surfaces with isopropyl alcohol before decal or
antiskid application. Use a clean cloth or paper towels. Do not
use oily shop rags. Wipe surface free of residue with dry portion
of cleaning cloth.
WARNING
Replace missing, worn
or illegible decals.
Failure to do so may
result in serious bodily
injury and/or property
damage.
Graphics of decals appear on pages 34 - 38.
36552
(Not Visible)
34048A
(Not Visible)
18229
(Not Visible)
29064
29065
(Not Visible)
29055
34048A
(Not Visible)
29061
(Not Visible)
81819
29440
29487
29058
36513
36796
29059
29060
36796
38028
81819
(Both Sides)
29487
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Decals and Antiskid
Part No.
Description
18229
Inspect/ Made in America
26551
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27057
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38028
Lift Rating UVL 800LB (363KGS)
29055
Lift Out Cam, UVL
29058
Full Out Cam, UVL
29059
Stow Start Cam, UVL
29060
Floor Level Cam, UVL
29061
Ground Pressure Sensor, UVL
29064
Lift Out Microswitch, UVL
29065
Full Out Microswitch, UVL
29440
Warning, Face Out/Lock Brakes, UVL
29487
Instr Pop Valve
29884
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30787
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36936
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36796
Pendant Operation
36865
Manual Operation, UVL, Hydraulic Roll Stop w/o Stow Catch
81768
Caution Stripe 1” x 30”
81813
UVL Caution, Stepwell
81814
UVL Caution, Lock Brakes
81819
Danger, Keep Clear
81823
Tag, Warning/Cable Release, UVL
82005R032.5
Antiskid, 3” x 32 1/2” Black
Page 33
Decals and Antiskid
Antiskid
Antiskid
Size
Color
Part No.
3" x 32.5"
Black
82005R032.5
Decals
Caution Stripe, 1” x 30”
81768
DANGER
KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS
Danger, Keep Clear
81819
This BRAUN Lift is Rated
at 800 lbs. (363 kgs.)
Continuous Load.
38028
Lift Rating
38028
UVL Patent and Trademark
29884
Lift Out Microswitch
29064
Page 34
29065
29064
Lift Out
Full Out
Full Out Microswitch
29065
81819
Decals and Antiskid
MANUAL ROLL STOP OVERRIDE
3. Rotate.
TO DEPLOY ROLL STOP:
OSE
CL
OPEN
VALVE
1. Using hand pump handle,
open hand pump valve
(turn counterclockwise).
Open 1/2 turn only.
OPEN
2. Pull
CLOSE
red knob.
29487
Instructions, Pop Valve
29487
CAUTION
The Braun Corporation
1-800-THE-LIFT TM
BRAUNLIFT.COM TM
WARNING
DOT Public Use Lift MODEL#
XXXXXXXXXX
Max. Lifting Capacity - 600Lbs.
SERIAL NUMBER
XX-XXXXX
MFG DATE
Improper handling
and/or servicing
procedures may
result in
electrostatic
discharge (ESD)!
ESD may result in
electronic module
damage.
XX/XX/XXXX
Push T-handle in fully and
manually move platform in
and out to engage platform
lock before driving vehicle.
Failure to lock platform may
result in unintended platform
deployment. Unintended
platform deployment may
result in serious bodily injury
and/or property damage.
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30787
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30787
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Out
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Full
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Increase
Out
Travel
29058
Warning/Cable Release
81823
Decrease
Inward
Travel
29055
Lift
Out
Stow
Start
Increase
Stow
Level
29059
Stow Start Cam
29059
Full Out Cam
29058
Increase
Inward
Travel
Decrease
Stow
Level
Decrease
Floor
Level
Floor
Level
Increase
Floor
Level
29060
Floor Level Cam
29060
Lift Out Cam
29055
Ground
Pressure
Sense
Deploy
Roll Stop
Earlier
Deploy
Roll Stop
Later
29061
Ground Pressure Sensor
29061
Page 35
Decals and Antiskid
MANUAL OPERATION
OUT (TO EXTEND PLATFORM):
1. Pull T-Handle.
2. Turn T-Handle to lock platform
in released position.
3. Pull platform out.
4. Turn T-Handle.
5. Push T-Handle in.
6. Grasp outer roll stop and move
platform in and out to verify
platform is locked.
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OPEN
CLOSE
DOWN (TO UNFOLD ROLL STOP):
POPPET VALVE
UP (TO RAISE PLATFORM):
Pull
red knob.
OSE
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1. Using hand pump handle, open
hand pump valve (turn counterclockwise).
2. Pull poppet valve red knob out
until roll stop lowers fully.
Note: Manually unfold (rotate) roll
stop down fully while pulling
poppet valve red knob (if needed).
Using hand pump handle:
1. Close hand pump valve (turn
clockwise).
2. Insert handle in pump and stroke.
M2
S2
IN (TO STOW PLATFORM):
1. Raise or lower platform to stow
level (follow UP or DOWN
procedures).
2. Pull T-Handle.
3. Turn T-Handle to lock platform
in released position.
4. Push platform in.
5. Turn T-Handle.
6. Push T-Handle in.
7. Grasp outer roll stop and move platform
in and out to verify platform is locked.
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36936
Read operator's manual for further details.
Close hand pump valve before operating electric pump.
36865
Fuse No.
Voltage
Amperage
SC I/R
Type
Size
F1 & F2
250 VDC
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36644
Manual Operation
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The Braun Corporation
Authorized Representative
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Åkerivägen 7
S-443 61 Stenkullen
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Telephone: +46-302 254 00
E-mail: contact@autoadapt.se
Internet: www.autoadapt.se
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WARNING
Face outward and lock wheelchair
brakes before operating lift.
29440
Face Out/Lock Brakes
29440
36796
Pendant Operation
36796
MADE IN
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Quality inspected
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Page 37
Decals and Antiskid
Additional Decals Supplied with Lift Parts Box
Logo
27057
WARNING
Face outward and lock wheelchair
brakes before operating lift.
81814
Caution Lock Brakes
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LIFT OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
OPEN DOOR(S) AND SECURE
TO DEPLOY PLATFORM:
1. Stand clear and press UP switch
until platform stops (extends fully
and raises to floor level), and bridge
plate unfolds to floor level.
2. Lift handrails up to latched (upright)
position.
TO UNLOAD PASSENGER:
1. Load passenger onto platform and
lock wheelchair brakes.
2. Press DOWN switch until the entire
platform reaches ground level and roll
stop unfolds fully.
3. Unlock wheelchair brakes and unload
passenger from platform.
TO LOAD PASSENGER:
1. Load passenger onto platform and
lock wheelchair brakes.
2. Press UP switch to fold roll stop up,
raise platform to floor level, and
unfold bridge plate to floor level.
3. Unlock wheelchair brakes and unload
passenger from platform.
TO STOW PLATFORM:
1. Lift handrail release knob and fold
handrails down to platform (horizontal)
position.
3. Press STOW switch until platform
stops (retracts fully).
CLOSE DOOR(S)
26551
Lift Operating Instructions
26551
Page 38
WARNING
Keep clear of stepwell when
operating lift.
Caution Stepwell
81813
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EC Declaration of Conformity
With Council Directive 2006/42/EC
Date of Issue:
16 February 2011
Directive:
Machinery Directive on machinery safety, 2006/42/EC
Conforming Machinery:
Hydraulic Lift System
UVL855EVOM Series A2 and Newer International Lifts
Manufacturer:
Braun Corporation
631 West 11th Street
Winamac, IN 46996
USA
Authorized Representative:
Braun Corporation Authorized Representative
UVL-Lift AB
Åkerivägen 7
S-443 61 Stenkullen
SWEDEN
Telephone: +46-302 254 00
E-mail: contact@autoadapt.se
Internet: www.autoadapt.se
Harmonized Standards
Referenced or Applied:
BS EN 13857:2008, BS EN ISO 13850:2008,
EN ISO 14121-1:2007, BS EN 349:1993+A1:2008,
BS EN 953:1997+A1:2009, BS EN 1037:1995+A1:2008,
BS EN 982:1996+A1:2008, BS EN 614-1:2006+A1:2009,
EN 60204-1:2006, BS EN 1756-2:2004+A1:2009
6SHFLÀFDWLRQVZLWKZKLFK
Conformity is Declared:
Essential Health and Safety Requirements of Annex 1 of the
Machinery Directive
We hereby certify that the machinery described above conforms with the essential health and safety
requirements of Council Directive 2006/42/EC on the approximation of the laws of the Member
States relating to the safety of machinery.
Technical File Reference
Number
SF10999A1.BC
Page 39
®
Notes on Declared Standards referenced in the Declaration.
BS EN 13857:2008
Safety of machinery. Safety distances to prevent
hazard zones being reached by upper and lower
limbs.
BS EN ISO 13850:2008
Safety of machinery - Emergency stop - Principles
for design.
EN ISO 14121-1:2007
Safety of machinery - Risk assessment - Part 1:
Principles.
BS EN 349:1993+A1:2008
Safety of machinery. Minimum gaps to avoid
crushing of parts of the human body.
BS EN 953:1997+A1:2009
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Safety of machinery. Electrical equipment of machines. General requirements.
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Declaration of Noise Emission
The Braun Corporation UVL855EVOM International Series System Sound Pressure
Levels per EN ISO 11202 as based on testing on similar models are as follows:
LpAm (Operator Position)
LpAm (Bystander Position)
Operating
Idle
75 dB (A)
68 dB (A)
73 dB (A)
69 dB (A)
4 dB (A)
Ambient Correction Factor K3A calculated according to EN ISO 11204
Appendix A.
Measurements were made at a height of 1.5 m and 1 m from the Operator Position and
Bystander positions.
The difference between the extraneous noise level and the
sound intensity level at each measuring point is:
LpAm ǻ = 6 dB (A)
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a correlation between the emission and exposure levels this cannot be used reliably to determine
whether or not further precautions are required.
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work room, the other sources of noise, etc. such as the number of machines and other adjacent
processes. Also, the permissible level of exposure can vary from country to country.
This information, however, will enable the user of the machine to make a better evaluation of the
hazard and risk.
Braun Corporation
631 W. 11th Street
Winamac, IN 46996
USA
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Declaration of Conformity
With Directive 2004/108/EC
Date of Issue:
20 December 2010
Directive:
Radio Interference of Vehicles 2004/108/EC
Conforming Machinery:
Hydraulic Lift System
UVL855EVOM Series A2 and Newer International Lifts
Manufacturer:
Braun Corporation
631 West 11th Street
Winamac, IN 46996
USA
Authorized Representative:
Braun Corporation Authorized Representative
UVL-Lift AB
Åkerivägen 7
S-443 61 Stenkullen
SWEDEN
Telephone: +46-302 254 00
E-mail: contact@autoadapt.se
Internet: www.autoadapt.se
Harmonized Standards
Referenced or Applied:
EN50498:2010
We hereby certify that the machinery described above conforms with Directive 2004/108/EC.
Technical File Reference
Number
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All illustrations, descriptions and specifications in this manual are based on the latest product information available
at the time of publication. The Braun Corporation reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.
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