®
INSTALLATION, OPERATION
& MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MODEL:
SL-6600
6,600 LB CAPACITY SCISSOR LIFT
FOLLOW THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THE EQUIPMENT WILL
FUNCTION CORRECTLY AND PROVIDE MANY YEARS OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY WARNINGS MAY
RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. KEEP THIS MANUAL IN A
SAFE DRY PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
®
TITAN MARKETING, LLC
PO Box 7069 Greenwood, IN 46142
1.888.908-4826 FAX (317) 215.2770
www.titanlifts.com
To Our Valued Customers:
Thank you for purchasing a Titan Lifts® product. We hope this high quality equipment provides you with years of
dependable service.
It is unfortunate that rare situations may occur with the products you purchase from Titan Lifts®. We value your
business as well as the trust you have and need to maintain your relationship with us. Titan Lifts® carries liability
coverage that may protect our customers if a situation does occur. However, as in all accidents there must be
proof of liability for a claim to be made. Our insurance company requires the following procedures be observed in
order to consider a claim:
A. The claimant must contact the Titan Lifts® distributor immediately with the facts of the situation.
B. If any equipment is damaged, including vehicles or shop equipment, Titan Lifts® must be given the
opportunity to send an impartial representative to the site for proper assessment of the situation.
C. The Vehicle cannot be moved until either an impartial representative has reviewed the accident or clear
and precise pictures are taken that reflect all the pertinent information for an impartial representative to be able
to access the information from a distance. Titan Lifts® or its representatives must approve the pictures before
anything can be moved.
D. If any potential liability is determined on behalf of Titan Lifts®, two estimates must be submitted for
damages to be reimbursed.
It is imperative that the claimant complies with these procedures, because without proper assessment of the
situation a claim will be denied.
ARBITRATION NOTICE
The installation or use of this equipment shall constitute an acknowledgement that the user agrees to resolve any
and all disputes or claims of any kind whatsoever, which relate in any way to the equipment, by way of binding
arbitration, not litigation. No suit or legal action may be filed in any state or federal court. Any arbitration shall be
governed by the Federal Arbitration Act, and administered by the American Mediation Association, Indianapolis
Indiana. The maximum amount that an arbitrator may award and all damages shall not exceed the retail value of
this equipment.
WARRANTY NOTICE
This equipment must be assembled and used in the manner according to the documentation provided to be
covered by warranty.
Damaged or missing components must be reported within 72 hours of receipt to your freight carrier and to the
distributor. Claims must be filed to cover cost.
If you have any questions or if we can be of any further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact a Titan Lifts®
representative at 1-888-908-4826. Thank you for the opportunity to continue to serve your lift equipment needs.
CONTENTS
1-SAFETY......................................................................................................................1
1.1 INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................ 1
1.2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMMISSIONING....................................................................... 1
1.3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION................................................................................ 1
1.4 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE.......................................................................... 3
1.5 RISKS........................................................................................................................................ 3
2-UNPACKING & SETUP.................................................................................................4
2.1 DELIVERY AND CHECK OF PACKAGES...................................................................................... 4
3-SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................5
4-FLOOR REQUIREMENTS.............................................................................................6
4.1 SELECTING THE SITE AREA...................................................................................................... 6
4.2 FLOOR REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................................ 6
5-INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.................................................................................7
5.1 MOUNT HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT/CONNECT HOSE ASSEMBLY............................................... 7
5.2 LIFTING THE UNIT TO ATTACH THE LIFTING PLATES AND SADDLES...................................... 7
5.3 LIFTING PLATES, ADAPTERS & RUBBER SADDLE ATTACHMENT............................................. 7
5.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS..................................................................................................... 8
6-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS......................................................................................8
6.1 DEFECTS / MALFUNCTIONS...................................................................................................... 8
6.2 CONTROLS................................................................................................................................ 8
6.2.1 UP CONTROL............................................................................................................................................................................. 8
6.2.2 SAFETY LOCK CONTROL......................................................................................................................................................... 9
6.2.3 LOWERING CONTROL.............................................................................................................................................................. 9
7.3 OPERATION............................................................................................................................... 9
7-MAINTENANCE........................................................................................................ 11
7.1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE......................................................................................................11
7.1.1 DAILY........................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
7.1.2 MONTHLY................................................................................................................................................................................ 11
7.1.3 BIMONTHLY............................................................................................................................................................................. 11
7.1.4 YEARLY..................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
7.1.5 EVERY OTHER YEAR............................................................................................................................................................... 11
7.2 MAINTENANCE BY OPERATOR............................................................................................................................................... 12
7.2.1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM (FIG. 5)............................................................................................................................................... 12
7.2.2 GREASING POINTS................................................................................................................................................................. 12
7.2.3 OPERATION AND WEAR CHECKS........................................................................................................................................ 13
7.2.4 LIFT STABILITY....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
7.3 CLEANING................................................................................................................................13
8-TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................ 14
9-DIAGRAMS............................................................................................................... 15
FIG. 1 - ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM.....................................................................................................15
FIG. 2 - HYDAULIC DIAGRAM 1......................................................................................................16
FIG. 3 - HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM 2....................................................................................................17
FIG. 4 - POWER UNIT DIAGRAM.....................................................................................................18
FIG. 5 - EXPLODED DIAGRAM.........................................................................................................19
FIG. 6 - POWER UNIT DIAGRAM.....................................................................................................21
INSTRUCTIONS
1-SAFETY
1.1 INTRODUCTION
WARNING: READ ENTIRE MANUAL AND COMPLY WITH ALL SAFETY AND SERVICE
PRECAUTIONS. DEATH, PERSONAL INJURY AND / OR PROPERTY DAMAGE MAY OCCUR IF
INSTRUCTIONS ARE NOT FOLLOWED CAREFULLY.
Personal injury and property damage incurred due to non-compliance with these safety
instructions are not covered by the product liability regulations.
SYMBOLS
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN
PROPERTY DAMAGE.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1.2 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMMISSIONING
• The lift may be installed and commissioned by authorized service personnel only.
• The standard lift version may not be installed and commissioned in the vicinity of
explosives or flammable liquids, outdoors or in moist rooms (e.g. car wash).
1.3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATION
• Read this entire manual.
• Load should not exceed rated capacity for this lift –6,600 lbs.
• Only trained authorized personnel over the age of 18 years should operate the lift.
• Indoor use recommended.
• Never use the lift to raise one end or one side of vehicle.
• If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with a current rating equal to or more than that
of the equipment should be used. Cords rated for less current than the equipment may
overheat.
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• Maintain a safe working environment. The work area should be clean, dry, clutter free, and
sufficiently lit.
• Vehicle doors should be closed during the raising and lowering cycles.
• Closely watch the vehicle and lift during the raising and lowering cycles.
• Do not operate the lift in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gases, or dust. Power equipment can create sparks which may ignite flammables.
• Keep hands, tools, and other extremities from under carriage and moving parts.
• Never operate this lift with someone on it.
• Do not allow anyone on the lift or inside a raised vehicle.
• Keep children and bystanders away from work area. Do not let children operate or play on
lift.
• Wear proper safety attire. Do not wear loose fitting clothing while operating lift. Long hair,
jewelry and sleeves should be secured.
• Never leave the lift unattended while under a load.
• Do not operate this lift if under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication. Operator
must be alert at all times when using heavy lift equipment.
• Comply with all applicable accident prevention regulations.
• Only use the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended lifting points.
• After positioning the vehicle, apply the parking brake.
• Use caution when removing or installing heavy vehicle components which may result in
center-of-gravity displacement.
• Use this lift only for the work it is intended. Do not use this product for an application for
which it was not designed. Misuse can lead to personal injury and/or property damage.
WARNING: Prior to completely raising the vehicle, raise the vehicle 6” off the ground
and check the adapter pads for solid contact by performing the “BUMPER TEST”. Walk
around the back of the vehicle and push up and down on the bumper. The vehicle will rock,
but should not at any time lose contact with the pads. If the vehicle is bouncing off the pads
or feels at all unstable, you should lower it back to the ground and reposition the pads to
balance the load. Repeat this process until the vehicle is completely stable.
WARNING: Use this lift only in well ventilated areas. Carbon monoxide exhausted
from running vehicle engines is a colorless, odorless fume that, if inhaled, can cause serious
personal injury or death.
WARNING: People with pacemakers should consult their physician(s) before using this
product. Operation of electrical equipment in close proximity to a heart pacemaker could
cause interference or failure of the pacemaker.
WARNING: This product contains or produces a chemical known to the State of
California to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm). (California Health
& Safety Code 25249.5 et seq.)
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1.4 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE
• Maintenance or repair work should be done by authorized service personnel only.
• Work on the electrical equipment should be done by certified licensed electricians only.
• Ensure that ecologically harmful substances are disposed of in accordance with the
appropriate regulations.
• To prevent the risk of damage, do not use high pressure / steam jet cleaners or caustic
cleaning agents.
• Do not replace or override the safety devices.
1.5 RISKS
WARNING: Risks the personnel could encounter, due to an improper use of the lift, are
described in this section.
CRUSHING RISK
During lowering of the equipment and vehicles, personnel must not be within the area
covered by the lowering trajectory. The operator must be sure no one is in danger before
operating the lift. Stay clear of the lift when lowering or raising vehicles. Keep hands and feet
away from moving parts and especially points that could pinch. Keep your feet clear of the
lift when raising and lowering vehicles.
BUMPING RISK
When the lift is stopped at relatively low working height, the risk of bumping against
projecting parts increases. Always be aware of your surroundings and avoid bumping your
head or body on the lift or the vehicle.
RISK OF THE VEHICLE FALLING FROM THE LIFT
Risk of the vehicle falling from the lift is increased: when the vehicle is improperly placed on
the platforms, when the vehicle’s weight or physical dimensions exceed the rated capacity
of the lift, or when there is excessive movement of the vehicle while on the lift. If vehicle
appears to begin falling, exit the area as quickly as possible to avoid injury. Always position
vehicle with the center of gravity midway between the adapters. Adding or removing parts
of a vehicle on the lift will alter the weight displacement on the lift. Therefore, use of auxilary
safety stands in the front and back of the vehicle is recommended. Never override the
manufactured lift controls. Always use height adapter pads when possible to ensure proper
contact. Only authorized personnel should be allowed in the lift area and the lift should only
be operated by authorized and trained personnel.
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2-UNPACKING & SETUP
Only skilled personnel who are familiar with the lift and this manual shall be allowed to carry
out, lifting, handling, transport and unpacking operations.
2.1 DELIVERY AND CHECK OF PACKAGES
When the lift is delivered, carefully unpack the lift making sure all the parts have been
included. Check for possible damages due to transport and storage; verify that what is
specified in the confirmation of order is included. In case of damage in transit, the customer
must immediately inform the carrier of the problem.
Remove the lift and all parts from delivery pallet and place on a clean, solid, flat surface.
Packages must be opened paying attention not to cause damage to people (keep a safe
distance when opening straps) and parts of the lift (be careful the objects do not drop
from the package when opening).
LIFT AND HANDLE ONLY ONE PACKAGE AT A TIME
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13⁄16”~6”
3-SPECIFICATIONS
66 ¼”
39 ½”
78 ¾”
5 13⁄16”~47 ¾”
3 9⁄16”
61”
56”
86 ¾”
SPECIFICATIONS
Load capacity
Raising / Lowering time
Minimum height
Maximum lifting height
Operating temperature
Net weight
Length
Width Min/Max
Power supply
SL-6600
6,600 lb
45sec
5-13/16”
53-3/4”
41-131°F
980 lb
82-3/4”
39-1/2” / 78 3/4”
110V-120V,60Hz,
3HP/ Single Phase, 3 prong power plug, 20 AMP
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IMPORTANT: SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
4-FLOOR REQUIREMENTS
These notes are for your guidance prior to installation.
4.1 SELECTING THE SITE AREA
Make sure that adequate space and height is available.
4.2 FLOOR REQUIREMENTS
Do not use the lift on any asphalt surface. Make sure the lift is used on a dry, oil/grease
free, flat level CONCRETE surface capable of supporting the weight of the lift, the vehicle
being lifted, and any additional tools and equipment. The concrete floor surface should
have a minimum thickness of 4”. The concrete must have a minimum strength of 3,000 PSI
and should be aged at least 30 days prior to use. Do not use the lift on concrete expansion
seams or on cracked, defective concrete. NOTE: Due to the function of this lift, the rollers
may mar the finish on a concrete floor, especially when under load.
WARNING: SPECIFICATIONS OF CONCRETE MUST BE ADHERED TO. FAILURE
TO DO SO COULD CAUSE LIFT FAILURE RESULTING IN PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH. THE FLOOR SHOULD BE A REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB NOT
LESS THAN 4” (101.6MM) THICK WITH THE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF THE
CONCRETE NO LESS THAN 3,000 PSI (20.68MPA).
DANGER: FOR CORRECT INSTALLATION OF THE LIFT, THE FLOOR MUST
BE FLAT AND LEVEL. CHECK WITH STRAIGHT EDGE AND LEVEL. IF A FLOOR IS
OF QUESTIONABLE SLOPE, CONSIDER A SURVEY OF THE SITE AND/OR THE
POSSIBILITY OF POURING A NEW LEVEL CONCRETE SLAB.
IMPORTANT: NEW CONCRETE MUST BE ADEQUATELY CURED AT LEAST 30
DAYS MINIMUM. NO LIABILITY FOR ANY DAMAGES WILL BE ACCEPTED SHOULD
YOU INSTALL THE LIFT ON AN UNSUITABLE FLOOR.
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5-INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: THE HYDRAULIC HOSES HAVE BEEN PRE-INSTALLED FOR
YOUR CONVENIENCE. BE CAREFUL NOT TO CUT THE HYDRAULIC HOSES DURING
THE INSTALLATION PROCESS.
5.1 MOUNT HYDRAULIC POWER UNIT/CONNECT HOSE ASSEMBLY
1. Attach the tow handle(1) to the pedestal(6) using the
four(4) supplied attached bolts, washers, and nuts (Fig.
1).
2. Attach the hydraulic unit to the pedestal using the four(4)
supplied attached bolts, washers, and nuts.
3. Remove the fitting with the plastic cap from the port on the
power unit and connect the hydraulic supply hose to the power unit
using the supplied coupling (Teflon not required). Do not overtighten,
backing nut & o-ring will complete the seal. NOTE: It may be neccessary to
remove the hydraulic hose from the 90° fitting and re-install in order to remove
any twists in the hose.
Fig. 1
4. Attach the lock release handle to the lower lock release post on the tow handle and
tighten.
Fig. 2
5. Route hydraulic hose through the clamp on the lift
frame.
6. Fill the oil tank reservoir with hydraulic oil. To fill
the oil tank reservoir, the lift must be completely
lowered. Fill the oil tank with a premium quality
ISO-32 hydraulic oil.
7. Ensure all hydraulic fittings are tight and not
leaking.
5.2 LIFTING THE UNIT TO ATTACH THE LIFTING PLATES AND SADDLES
1. Clear the area of all bystanders, tools, equipment, and debris.
2. Plug the hydraulic unit into a standard 110V-120V/60Hz AC outlet.
3. Prior to raising the unit in order to proceed to section 5.3, please read section 6.
5.3 LIFTING PLATES, ADAPTERS & RUBBER SADDLE ATTACHMENT
Raise the unit to a comfortable working height by following all guidelines in section 6 and
making sure the safety lock is engaged into the safety lock bar.
Attach the four(4) lifting plates to the lift by sliding the threaded pins through the sleeve
brackets and attach using the four self locking nuts & washers.
Slide the plate adapter pedestals onto the lifting plates and secure with the four (4) hex bolts.
NOTE: The adapters can be interchanged by sliding them on and off the lifting plates from
the inside of the lift.
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5.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
WARNING: ALL WIRING CHANGES MUST BE PERFORMED BY A CERTIFIED
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN. THE STANDARD ELECTRIC MOTOR USED ON YOUR LIFT
REQUIRES A 110-120 VOLT, 60HZ, SINGLE PHASE HOOK-UP.
WARNING: DO NOT PERFORM ANY MAINTENANCE OR INSTALLATION
OF ANY COMPONENTS WITHOUT FIRST ENSURING THAT ELECTRICAL POWER
HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED AT THE SOURCE OR PANEL AND CANNOT BE
REENERGIZED UNTIL ALL MAINTENANCE AND/OR INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
ARE COMPLETED.
DANGER: DO NOT RUN POWER UNIT WITHOUT FLUID. DAMAGE TO PUMP
CAN OCCUR. THE POWER UNIT MUST BE KEPT DRY. DAMAGE TO POWER UNIT
CAUSED BY WATER OR OTHER LIQUIDS SUCH AS DETERGENTS, ACID ETC., IS
NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY.
6-OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: LIFT OPERATION BY TRAINED AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL OVER
18 YEARS ONLY. APPLY THE PARKING BRAKE AFTER POSITIONING THE VEHICLE
ON THE LIFT. DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO STAY IN LIFT AREA DURING RAISING
AND LOWERING CYCLES. CLOSELY WATCH THE VEHICLE AND THE LIFT DURING
RAISING AND LOWERING CYCLES. OBSERVE THE RATED LOAD CAPACITY AND
LOAD DISTRIBUTION. DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO CLIMB ON LIFT OR STAY
INSIDE VEHICLE. AFTER RAISING THE VEHICLE FRAME 6”, STOP AND CHECK
ADAPTERS FOR SECURE CONTACT. PERFORM BUMPER TEST. MAKE SURE THE
VEHICLE DOORS ARE CLOSED DURING RAISING AND LOWERING CYCLES.
6.1 DEFECTS / MALFUNCTIONS
WARNING: IN CASE OF DEFECTS OR MALFUNCTIONS SUCH AS JERKY LIFT
MOVEMENT OR DEFORMATION OF THE SUPERSTRUCTURE, SUPPORT OR LOWER
THE LIFT IMMEDIATELY. CONTACT QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
6.2 CONTROLS
6.2.1 UP CONTROL
UP
Once the up button is actuated, the lift moves up until the button is
released or the limit stop is reached.
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6.2.2 SAFETY LOCK CONTROL
Press and hold the lowering handle (Fig.3) until the safety lock is
engaged the safety lock bar.
Fig. 3
6.2.3 LOWERING CONTROL
Press the Up button enough to make the safety lock disengage
the safety lock bar, squeeze the lock-release handle (Fig. 4), and
then press the lowering handle (Fig.3) until the lift is completely
lowered.
Fig. 4
6.3 OPERATION
WARNING: FAILURE TO OPERATE THE LIFT ACCORDING TO THIS MANUAL
MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE LIFT, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL
INJURY.
1. Before driving a vehicle over and onto the scissor lift make sure the lift is fully lowered,
and position the plates and rubber saddles inward. Do not hit or run over the plates and
rubber saddles, as this could damage the vehicle and/or lift.
2. Drive the vehicle over the lift while keeping the vehicle parallel with the lift and aligning
the center of gravity of the vehicle with the center of the lift. NOTE: The “Center of
Gravity” (COG) of the vehicle is the balance point at which there is equal weight in front
of and behind the COG, and equal weight on both sides of the COG. The COG is not
necessarily the dimensional center of the vehicle, but is often slightly toward the engine
from the dimensional center of the vehicle.
3. Turn off the vehicle’s engine and engage the parking brake of the vehicle.
4. Read the vehicles owner’s manual to identify the recommended vehicle lifting points.
5. Prepare the work area according to this manual. Move the plates outward, and position
the rubber saddles to contact with the vehicle manufacture’s recommended lifting points.
IMPORTANT: PLACE THE FOUR RUBBER PADS UNDER EDGE OF VEHICLE AT
THE FOUR JACK POINTS.
IMPORTANT: FOR LOWER VEHICLES, IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO REMOVE
THE HEX BOLTS AND ALL ADAPTERS PRIOR TO DRIVING THE VEHICLE
OVER THE LIFT AND SLIDE THEM ON AFTER THE VEHICLE IS OVER THE LIFT.
BE SURE TO RE-INSTALL THE SAFETY HEX BOLTS PRIOR TO LIFTING THE
VEHICLE.
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6. Once the rubber saddles have been positioned under the vehicle lifting points, operate the
power switch to make contact and lift the vehicle slightly. Test to make sure the vehicle
is well balanced and the contact between the rubber saddles and vehicle lifting points are
secure by performing the “BUMPER TEST.” (pg. 2) Then, proceed to lift the vehicle to the
desired height.
7. WARNING: Do not lift the vehicle if you cannot establish secure and level
lifting points. Do not use sub-standard shims or other devices in place of approved and
recommended rubber saddle adapters. Never use the lift without the rubber saddles in
place on each plate and in contact with the lifting points of a vehicle.
8. Press up button and raise vehicle to desired height. Do not go under vehicle until load
rests on level safety locks.
9. While lifting the vehicle a clicking sound should be noticeable which indicates the safety
mechanism is operating. If this sound is not heard, immediately cease using the lift and
call an authorized service agent.
10.When lift reaches maximum height, a limit switch will come into operation and stop the
lift. When lift has stopped, press and hold the lowering handle (Fig. 3) until load rests on
safety locks.
11.Once the repair work to the vehicle is complete, make sure to remove all tools, safety jack
stands, and materials from under the vehicle and lift. Also, make sure the work area is
clear and it is safe to lower the vehicle.
12.Lower vehicle by pressing the Up button to disengage the safety locks. Squeeze the
lock-release handle (Fig. 4), and then press the lowering handle (Fig. 3) until the lift is
completely lowered.
13.Move the rubber saddles and plates inward, out of the path of the vehicle. Clear all
bystanders, and any objects from work area and direction of vehicle.
14.Disengage the vehicle parking brake. Start the vehicle’s engine, and drive the vehicle off
the lift slowly and carefully.
WARNING: THE OPERATOR MUST BE TRAINED AND AUTHORIZED TO
OPERATE THE LIFT.
WARNING: DO NOT GO UNDER VEHICLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
WHILE VEHICLE IS BEING RAISED OR LOWERED.
WARNING: LOAD MUST BE EVENLY DISTRIBUTED BETWEEN BOTH LIFTING
PLATFORMS. IF LOAD IS UNBALANCED, REPOSITION VEHICLE. DO NOT LOWER
ON TO LOCKS AT DIFFERENT HEIGHTS.
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7-MAINTENANCE
WARNING: DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING THE LIFT.
IMPORTANT: THE MAINTENANCE INTERVALS INDICATED BELOW APPLY TO
AVERAGE WORKSHOP USE. THE LIFT SHOULD BE INSPECTED MORE FREQUENTLY
FOR SEVERE USE APPLICATIONS.
7.1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
It is important to keep the lift clean, dry, and well maintained by establishing a periodic
preventive maintenance program to ensure trouble-free operation and long service life.
7.1.1 DAILY
1. Check safety locking mechanism is functioning correctly.
2. Inspect the condition of rubber lifting pads and replace as necessary if worn or torn.
7.1.2 MONTHLY
1. Check safety mechanism operation.
2. Check condition of shafts, shaft locks and bushings.
3. Check overall cleanliness.
4. Clean and lubricate roller slide tracks, rollers, and safety lock toggle shafts.
7.1.3 BIMONTHLY
1. Check condition of extensions and lubricate.
2. Check oil leaks from cylinders.
3. Check oil leaks at pipe joints.
7.1.4 YEARLY
Service and safety inspection on the lift must be performed by a competent person. This
inspection must be recorded. If the 12 month service and safety inspection is not performed,
the warranty is null and void.
IMPORTANT: YEARLY SERVICE MUST INCLUDE REMOVAL OF ROLLERS TO
INSPECT, CLEAN AND LUBRICATE BUSHINGS AND PINS.
7.1.5 EVERY OTHER YEAR
Hydraulic oil should be replaced.
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7.2 MAINTENANCE BY OPERATOR
All moving parts have been lubricated at the factory and should be re-lubricated before the
first use and at least once every six months to prevent damage.
7.2.1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM (FIG. 5)
1. Check the fluid level with the lift fully lowered and add
fluid as required. Use premium quality ISO-32 or AW-32
hydraulic oil.
2. Check all hydraulic hoses and connections for tightness
before each use to ensure proper working condition.
3. Lightly oil the cylinder rods at least once every six
months or when they become dry.
Fig. 5
7.2.2 GREASING POINTS
The parts shown in Fig. 6 should
be lubricated with lithium base
grease.
Fig. 6
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7.2.3 OPERATION AND WEAR CHECKS
1. Examine lift for structural cracks, bends, or other signs of damage prior to each use. Do
not use this product if worn or damaged.
7.2.4 LIFT STABILITY
1. Every six months check the nuts of all bolts for correct installation torque.
2. Retighten them as required. NOTE: DO NOT USE AN IMPACT WRENCH.
7.3 CLEANING
DANGER: DO NOT USE HIGH PRESSURE / STEAM JET CLEANERS OR
CAUSTIC CLEANING AGENTS.
1. Periodically wash off aggressive substances and treat the lift with oil or wax spray.
2. Repair the damage to the paintwork immediately to prevent corrosion.
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8-TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Motor does not run and
will not raise
Motor runs but will not
raise
CAUSES
The wire connection is loose.
Check and make a good connection.
The motor is burnt
Replace it.
The motor runs reversely.
Check the wire conenction.
Overflow valve is loose or jammed.
Clean or adjust it.
The gear pump is damaged.
Replace it.
Oil level is too low.
Add oil.
The oil hose became loose or dropped
off.
The cushion valve became loose or
jammed.
Platforms go down
slowly after being raised
Raising too slow
Lowering too slow
REMEDY
Tighten it.
Clean or adjust it.
The oil hose leaks
Check or replace it.
The oil cylinder is not tightened.
Replace the seal.
The single valve leaks.
Clean or replace it.
The overflow valve leaks.
Clean or replace it.
Electrical unloading valve leaks.
Clean or replace it.
The oil fileter is jammed.
Clean or replace it.
Oil level is too low.
Add oil.
The overflow valve is not adjusted to the
Adjust it.
right position.
The hydraulic oil is too hot (above 45°).
Change the oil.
The seal of the cylinder is abraded.
Replace the seal.
The throttle valve jammed.
Clean or replace.
The hydraulic oil is dirty.
Change the oil.
The anti-surge valve jammed.
Clean it.
The oil hose jammed.
Replace it.
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9-DIAGRAMS
FIG. 1 - ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
M
320201082
Motor
110V-2.2KW-1PH-60HZ-4P
KM
320901014
AC Contactor
CJX2-1210/AC110
SB1
320401013
PUSH button
AR22F0R-11-W
QM
321204021
Protector for AC motor
NS2-32
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FIG. 2 - HYDAULIC DIAGRAM 1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Oil tank
Oil sucking filter
Gear pump
Coupling
Motor
Composite hydraulic block
Cushion valve
Overflow valve
9. Single way valve
10.Manual unloading valve
11.Flow control valve
12.Oil tank cover
13.Hose connector (with single way
throttle valve)
14.Oil cylinder
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FIG. 3 - HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM 2
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
QTY
1
610033301
Power Unit
110V-2.2KW-1PH-60HZ
1
2
624001064
Rubber oil hose
L-3500mm
1
3
615033012
Cylinder 2
TS6600-A05-B01
1
4
310101010
Straight connector
G1/4--G1/4
2
5
624001847
Rubber oil hose
L=200mm
2
6
615006003
Three way connector
6214E-A4-B4(6214A-A5-B2)
1
7
310101010
Straight connector
G1/4--G1/4
1
8
615033013
Cylinder 2
TS6600-A05-B02
1
SEAL RINGS FOR OIL CYLINDER
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
QTY
1
207102029
Y seal ring
UN 70*55*10
1
2
207105016
Dust proof ring
DH38
1
17
FIG. 4 - POWER UNIT DIAGRAM
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
QTY
1
330405014
Oil tank
6L
1
2
330101004
Hydraulic block
YF-2
1
3
330304001
Overflow valve
EYF-C
1
4
330302001
Single way valve
DYF-C
1
5
330305002
Throttle valve
TC-VF
1
6
207103019
Composite washer
M14
2
7
330301001
Cushion valve
HZYF-C1
1
8
202109064
Screw
M6*30
4
9
330201003B
Gear pump (for 1PH motor)
CBK-F210
1
10
310101003
Straight connector
M14*1.5-G1/4
1
11
330404001
Coupling
YL-A
1
12
330401001
Oil sucking tube
YX-BL-170
1
13
330403001
Oil sucking filter
YG-C
1
14
330402001
Oil back tube
YH-D
1
15
410010091
Reinforced plate
6254E-A4-B12
4
16
201103001
Hex flange screw
M5*25
4
17
320201082
Motor (110V)
110V-2.2KW-1PH-60HZ-4P
1
18
330303001
Manual unloading valve
XYF-C
1
18
FIG. 5 - EXPLODED DIAGRAM
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
QTY
1
614033004
Welded arm A
TS6600-A01-B01
1
2
614033005
Welded arm B
TS6600-A01-B02
1
3
410330161
Pin shaft of the main arm
TS6600-A01-B03
2
4
410330171
Up rolling wheel
TS6600-A01-B04
4
5
410330151
Pin shaft
TS6600-A01-B05
3
6
410330121
Down shaft of oil cylinder
TS6600-A01-B06
2
7
410330191
Shaft of the down wheel
TS6600-A01-B07
2
8
410330411
UP shaft of oil cylinder
TS6600-A01-B08
2
9
410330771
Down rolling wheel
TS6600-A01-B09
4
10
410330181
DOWN shaft of mechanical lock
TS6600-A01-B10
1
11
410330421
Shaft of the up rolling wheel
TS6600-A01-B11
2
12
614033006
Platform
TS6600-A02-B01
1
13
614033007
Lifting arm
TS6600-A03-B01
4
14
614033008
Welded lifting tray holder assembly
TS6600-A03-B02-C01
4
15
612033001
Lifting tray
TS6600-A03-B03-C01
4
19
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
QTY
16
410330570
Lifting pad holder
TS6600-A03-B06-C01
4
17
612033002
Mechanical safety lock
TS6600-A04-B01
1
18
614033010
Mechanical lock cover
TS6600-A04-B02
1
19
614033011
Release pin shaft
TS6600-A04-B03
1
20
410330761
Safety block
TS6600-A04-B05
1
21
615033012
Oil cylinder A
TS6600-A05-B01
1
22
615033013
Oil cylinder B
TS6600-A05-B02
1
23
208101015
Hose clip D16
16-JB-ZQ-4492
1
24
205101008
Bearing
2518_SF-1
2
25
205101010
Bearing
2525_SF-1
8
26
205101012
Bearing
2530_SF-1
10
27
205101022
Bearing
3045_SF-1
8
28
410274470B
Pulling spring
410274470B
2
29
420040040
Square lifting pad
6254E-A7-B2
4
30
420040050B
Round lifting pad
6254E-A7-B5
4
31
420210060B
Padding block
6603B-A5-B6
2
32
204301008
Circlip
D22-GB894_1
4
33
203103011
Flat washer C
D24_GB95
4
34
204301009
Circlip
D25_GB894_1
22
35
204301011
Circlip
D30-GB894_1
4
36
310101010
Straight connector
G1/4---G1/4
2
37
615006003
Three way connector
6214E-A4-B4(6214A-A5-B2)
1
38
204101012
Hex locking nut
M24
4
39
202103008
Cross socket flat head screw
M5X10-GB819
16
40
203101004
Hex nut
M6-GB6170
2
41
208107006
Screw for release cable
M6X10
1
42
202109021
Hex socket cylinder head screw
M6X20-GB70
1
43
202101027
Cross socket cap head screw
M6X8-GB818
2
44
202109029
Hex socket cylinder head screw
M8X20-GB70
20
45
202111007
Hex socket flat head screw
M8X20-GB70_3
8
46
205101097
Bearing
SF1-2515
1
47
205101096
Bearing
SF1-2520
1
20
FIG. 6 - POWER UNIT DIAGRAM
Pos.
Code
Name
Specification
QTY
1
614033001B
Support bracket
TS6600-A06-B01
1
2
614033002
Handle
TS6600-A06-B02
1
3
420330060
Nylon wheel
TS6600_M90X43
2
4
610033301
Power unit
110V-2.2KW-1PH-60HZ
1
5
204301004
Circlip
D15_GB894_1
2
6
420480080
Handle sheath
D22X100
2
7
204201004
Spring washer
D8_GB_T93
8
8
204101005
Flat washer
D8_GB_T97_1
8
9
615048003
Handle
M12X100
1
10
202101023
Cross socket cap head screw
M5X16-GB818
2
11
201102012
Hex head full swivel screw
M8X20_GB_T5782
8
12
203101005
Hex nut
M8_GB6172
4
13
321204021
AC motor protector
NS2-32
1
21
NOTES
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Titan 2 Post lifts and 4 Post lifts are backed by a standard 1 year replacement parts warranty and a 5 year structural
warranty from the date of purchase, to the original purchaser only. The 1 year replacement parts warranty covers power
units, hydraulic cylinders, and all other assembly components such as, but not limited to: turn plates, slip plates, cables,
chains, valves, switches etc. This does not cover normal wear items such as but not limited to rubber lifting pads and nylon
slide blocks. Titan HD2P-9000ACE-D and HD2P-9000AFE 2 Post lifts are backed by a 2 year replacement parts warranty
and a 5 year structural warranty from the date of purchase, to the original purchaser only. The 2 year replacement parts
warranty covers power units, hydraulic cylinders, and all other assembly components such as, but not limited to: turn
plates, slip plates, cables, chains, valves, switches etc. This does not cover normal wear items such as but not limited to
rubber lifting pads and nylon slide blocks.
Titan Mid Rise Scissor lifts are backed by a standard 1 year replacement parts warranty and a 5 year structural warranty
from the date of purchase, to the original purchaser only. The 1 year replacement parts warranty covers power units,
hydraulic cylinders, and all other assembly components such as, but not limited to: turn plates, slip plates, cables, chains,
valves, switches etc. This does not cover normal wear items such as but not limited to rubber lifting pads and nylon slide
blocks.
Titan Standard Duty and Heavy Duty motorcycle lifts are backed by a standard 1 year replacement parts warranty from
the date of purchase, to the original purchaser only. The 1 year replacement parts warranty covers power units, hydraulic
cylinders, pneumatic cylinders, and all other assembly components such as, but not limited to: cables, caster wheels,
valves, switches, wheel vises etc. This does not cover normal wear items such as but not limited to rubber wheel vise pads.
Titan Bulldog Moto Cradle Wheel Chock is warrantied for replacement parts, only to the original purchaser, for a period of 2
years from the date of purchase.
XL Tool by Titan Wheel Service Machines and Helper Arm Assemblies are backed by a standard 1 year replacement parts
warranty from the date of purchase, to the original purchaser only. The 1 year replacement parts warranty covers internal
boards, motors, pneumatic cylinders, and all other assembly components such as, but not limited to: cabinet, switches,
valves, fittings etc. This does not cover normal wear items such as but not limited to: rubber pads, jaw protectors, air hoses,
quick nut assemblies.
Titan shop equipment products and accessories are warrantied for replacement parts only to the original purchaser for
a period of 90 days from the date of purchase. This 90 day replacement parts warranty covers products such as but not
limited to: EZ -Mover Jacks, Mini Jacks, tie down products, wheel service accessories, Bulldog Moto Cradle Wheel Chock
accessories, dollies, stands, Light Duty Motorcycle Lifts, etc.
For all warranty considerations, Titan Marketing, LLC will supply replacement parts only during the warranty period. The
original purchaser is responsible for all shipping, handling, and any labor charges incurred. All defective parts must be
returned to Titan for inspection and examination. Any parts that are found to be defective will be replaced or repaired
to proper working order. Other items not listed above may be considered general wear parts and therefore, will not be
covered under warranty. These warranties do not extend to defects caused by ordinary wear, abuse, misuse, shipping
damage, improper installation, voltage or lack of required maintenance. Titan Marketing, LLC is not to be held responsible
for any failure that results from an accident, purchaser/operator abuse, neglect, or failure to operate products in
accordance with instructions provided in the owner’s manual(s) supplied. Damage caused by rain, excessive humidity,
corrosive environments or other contaminants are not covered under warranty. THESE WARRANTIES DO NOT EXTEND
TO ANY COSMETIC DEFECT NOT INTERFERING WITH EQUIPMENT FUNCTIONALITY OR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE THAT MAY RESULT FROM ANY DEFECT, FAILURE OR MALFUNCTION OF
A TITAN MARKETING LLC PRODUCT OR THE BREACH OR DELAY IN PERFORMANCE OF THE WARRANTY.
P.O. Box 7069 • Greenwood, IN 46142 • Ph. 888-908-4826 • Fx. 317-215-2770 • www.titanlifts.com
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WARRANTY REGISTRATION
In order to utilize the warranty on this Titan Lifts product, you must register your product with us. The
simplest way to do this is to visit
TITANLIFTS.COM/WARRANTIES and submit your information online. If you
prefer to send your information through the mail, please fill out the form below and send this page to us at :
Titan Lifts
PO Box 7069
Greenwood, IN 46142
EQUIPMENT MODEL:
SERIAL NUMBER:
TYPE OF POWER UNIT:
SERIAL NUMBER:
DATE OF PURCHASE:
PLACE PURCHASED:
NAME:
STREET:
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PHONE:
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In order to receive your warranty, return this card
or visit TITANLIFTS.COM/WARRANTIES within 30 days.
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NOTES
WARNING
The warnings, precautions and instructions in this manual cannot
cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. The
operator must understand that the operator must supply common
sense and examine caution factors when using this product to
determine safety in all circumstances being used.
TITAN MARKETING, LLC
PO Box 7069 Greenwood, IN 46142
1.888.908-4826 FAX (317) 215.2770
www.titanlifts.com
Patent No.: US 8,104,588 B2
CA 2,729,670
Revision Date: 2/1/18
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reproduced in any shape or form without the express consent of Titan Marketing, LLC. Diagrams within this manual may not be
drawn proportionally. Due to continuing improvements, actual product may differ slightly from the product described herein. Tools
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