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INSTALLATION, OPERATIONAND SERVICE MANUALCAROUSEL SCISSORS LIFTP.O. Box 1058 1058 West Industrial Avenue Guthrie, OK 73044-1058 405-282-5200 FAX: 405-282-8105 www.autoquip.comItem # 830 CARVersion 1.009/2001

TABLE OF CONTENTSIdentification and Inspection3Dangers, Warnings, and Cautions4Label Identification8Specifications12Lift Blocking Instructions13Installation Instructions15Operating Instructions18Routine Maintenance19General Maintenance21Replacement Parts List33Troubleshooting Analysis37Warranty41IMPORTANTPlease read and understand this manual prior to installation or operation of this lift.Failure to do so could lead to property damage and/or serious personal injury. Ifquestions arise, call a local representative or Autoquip Corporation at 1-888-811-9876or 405-282-5200.PLANNED MAINTENANCE PROGRAMA local Autoquip representative provides a Planned Maintenance Program (PMP) forthis equipment using factory-trained personnel. Call a local representative or AutoquipCorporation at 1-888-811-9876 or 405-282-5200 for more information.2

IDENTIFICATION & INSPECTIONIDENTIFICATIONWhen ordering parts or requesting information or service on this lift, PLEASE REFERTO THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER. This information is on a nameplate attachedto the leg assembly. Replacement parts are available from a local Autoquip distributor.INSPECTIONImmediately upon receipt of the lift, a visual inspection should be made to determinethat the lift has not been damaged in transit. Any damage found must be noted on thedelivery receipt. In addition to this preliminary inspection, the lift should be carefullyinspected for concealed damage. Any concealed damage found that was not noted onthe delivery receipt should be reported in writing to the delivering carrier within 48 hours.The following is a checklist that will aid in the inspection of the lift.1. Examine entire unit for any signs of mishandling. Pay special attention to the powerunit and controls.2. Thoroughly examine all connections, making sure they have not vibrated looseduring transit.3. After installation, raise the lift and inspect the base frame and scissors assembly.3

DANGERS, WARNINGS & CAUTIONSSAFETY ALERTS (Required Reading!)The following SAFETY ALERTS are intended to create awareness of owners,operators, and maintenance personnel of the potential safety hazards and the steps thatmust be taken to avoid accidents. These same alerts are inserted throughout thismanual to identify specific hazards that may endanger uninformed personnel.Identification of every conceivable hazardous situation is impossible. Therefore, allpersonnel have the responsibility to diligently exercise safe practices whenever exposedto this equipment.DANGER!Identifies a hazardous situation that presents the imminent probability ofdeath or of severe personal injury!!WARNING!Identifies a hazardous situation that has the potential of causing death orserious personal injury.CAUTION!Identifies a hazardous situation that could lead to the possibility of personalinjury of death, and/or may result in equipment damage.4

DANGERS, WARNINGS & CAUTIONSRead and understand this manual and all labels prior to operating or servicing thelift. All labels are provided in accordance with ANSI Z535.4.DANGER!Do not work under lift without maintenance device! To avoid personalinjury, NEVER go under the lift platform until the load is removed and thescissors mechanism is securely blocked in the open position. See "LiftBlocking Instructions" section.DANGER!To avoid personal injury, stand clear of scissors leg mechanism while lift isin motion.DANGER!HIGH VOLTAGE!! Disconnect and/or lock out the electrical supply to thepower unit prior to any maintenance being performed.DANGER!Do not attempt to remove the velocity fuse until the maintenance legsecurely supports the lift and all hydraulic pressure has been removed fromthe lifting cylinders and hydraulic hoses. Failure to do so could results inpersonal injury or death!5

DANGERS, WARNINGS & CAUTIONSDANGER!Extending the platform length or width beyond the factory limit could causethe unit to tip, which could result in personal injury or death.WARNING!Do not operate this equipment without handrails and snap chains in place.WARNING!Under no circumstances should the speed control orifice be removed fromthe Deltatrol to obtain faster lowering speed. A loaded lift can reachdangerous and destructive speed!!WARNING!All warning and information decals should be in place as outlined in the“Label Identification” section. If decals are missing or damaged, theyshould be replaced with new ones. Contact an Autoquip representative forreplacements.WARNING!Lift platforms traveling below floor levels my create openings, and theshape of the load and how the load is arranged on the lift may create a toehazard as the load passes the top edge of the pit. Both situations mayrequire guarding in accordance with Federal Regulations. Any suchguarding must be installed prior to operating the lift.6

DANGERS, WARNINGS & CAUTIONSCAUTION!Never run the pump for more than a couple of seconds without pumping oil.This applies to low oil conditions, improper motor rotation, running thepump against the relief pressure after the lift is fully raised against thephysical stops, running overloaded beyond capacity, or running at reducedspeed because of pinched or obstructed hydraulic lines.CAUTION!Do not continue to depress the “UP” button on the controller if the lift is notraising or if the lift has reached the fully raised position. To do so mayresult in permanent damage to the motor or pump.CAUTION!Do not operate the power unit on relief for more than a few seconds. Whenon relief, the valve will make a squealing sound.CAUTION!Precautions should be taken to prevent the introduction of contaminatessuch as dirt or other foreign material into the system through open fittings,pipes or disassembled components. Contamination will ruin the hydraulicsystem.CAUTION!Use only approved oils in the lift. See “Specifications” section.7

LABEL IDENTIFICATION55813262476Figure 1 Label PlacementCAROUSELItem No.QtyDescriptionPart No.12Capacity24Danger – Do Not Put Hands Or Feet . . .32Caution: Familiarize Yourself With Operators Manual3640148741Autoquip Serial Number Nameplate3640151152Warning: Do Not Operate This Equipment Without . . .3640371562Leg Socket3640026571Maintenance Device3640025782Warning: Keep Gate Closed . . .3640369936401594836430050M

LABEL IDENTIFICATIONNote: Labels shown here are not actual size.Figure 2 Label 36401594CUT LINEFigure 3 Label 36430050MFigure 4 Label 364014879

LABEL IDENTIFICATIONFigure 5 Label 36401511Figure 6 Label 36403715Figure 7 Label 3640026510

LABEL IDENTIFICATIONFigure 8 Label 36400257Figure 9 Label 3640369911

SPECIFICATIONSModelLowered TravelHeight dCap(lbs)BaseSize(inches)Std.MaxLiftMinimum Allowable WeightPlatform ,00050058 X 9672 X 10272 X 1684,00084208842,0001,00050058 X 11172 X 12072 X 1684,300962012962,0001,00050058 X 14072 X 14472 X 1684,500NOTE: All models travel a speed of 20 fpm.LOAD CAPACITYThe load capacity rating is stamped on a metal plate attached to one side of the lift.This figure is a net capacity rating for a lift furnished with the standard platform. Therelief valve of the pumping unit has been set to raise the weight, plus a small amount foroverload. Where equipment, special attachments, etc, are installed on the lift afterleaving the plant, deduct the weight of these from the load rating to obtain the netcapacity. Lifts should not be overloaded beyond the established capacity asdamage and/or personal injury may result.UNBALANCED LOADINGThe stabilization provided is basically for balanced loads. If special attachments extendbeyond the length and/or width dimensions of the platform, the end and/or side loadcapacity must be reduced (contact an Autoquip Sales representative).PUMP PRESSUREThis lift incorporates a positive displacement pump machined to a high degree ofaccuracy and specially adapted to requirements of higher-pressure ranges over that ofa standard pump. Standard factory models of the same manufacture cannot replace it.The pump can operate efficiently at intermittent pressures up to 3200 PSI andcontinuous duty to 2500 PSI. However, the safety relief valve in the power unit isfactory-set considerably below 3,200 psi to stay within the parameters of the maximumlifting capacity.12

LIFT BLOCKING INSTRUCTIONS1. Remove all load from the platform. Never block the lift when loaded, only whenempty.2. Raise the lift platform fully by depressing the “UP” button.3. The maintenance leg is stored on the clevis end of the lift. Place the end of themaintenance leg in the socket on the base frame of the lift.4. Begin lowering the platform by activating the “DOWN” valve until the scissorsmechanism is resting on the maintenance leg. Continue activating the “DOWN” valvefive to ten seconds to relieve the pressure in the line.5. Check to be certain that the maintenance leg is securely in the socket on the platformand the socket on the base frame.DANGER!HIGH VOLTAGE!! – Disconnect and/or lock out the electrical supply to thepower unit prior to any installation or maintenance being performed.6. To remove the maintenance leg, raise the platform by activating the “UP” valve toprovide sufficient clearance for the removal and storage of the maintenance leg.13

LIFT BLOCKING INSTRUCTIONSDANGER!To avoid personal injury, NEVER go under the lift platform until the load isremoved and the scissors mechanism is securely blocked in the openposition.MAINTENANCE LEGMAINTENANCE LEGSOCKETFigure 10 Maintenance Leg14

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS1. The surface area where the lift will be set must be flat and level and be of soundconcrete of sufficient thickness to support the lift while loaded at full capacity.2. For beveled toe guard models, the surface area must have a recess to allowhydraulic lines to pass under the ends of the base frame. Hydraulic lines must beprotected or placed in a way that they are free from possible damage.3. The base of the lift must be lagged down in the holes provided. Lag bolts should beable to withstand 2000 lbs. minimum upward pull at each corner.4. Shims and/or grout may be required to insure support of the entire base frame andplatform support members. DO NOT “spot” shim! Shims and/or grout must be ableto support the lift while loaded at full capacity.5. Optional floor ramps are available. Consult a local Autoquip dealer.15

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSPROCEDURE FOR A LIFT ORDERED WITH AN ACCORDION SKIRT1. Position the platform in the raised position. Install the maintenance locks (see “LiftBlocking Instructions” section). Position the accordion with the weight rod pocket atthe bottom and the mounting collar at the top. The breathable material whenprovided must be positioned at the top of the skirt with the mounting collar.2. Slip the skirt over the end of the platform. Turn the skirt as required to slide over theother end of the platform and leg assembly. The skirt should be in position underthe platform while enveloping the base assembly.3. See Figure 11 and select the correct mounting configuration (Number 1, 2, or 3).Figure #1: Mounting an Accordion Skirt Onto the Platform SideRaise one side of the skirt along with a skirt -mounting bar (1/8” x 1”) to (1) sideof the platform. When possible, center the skirt-mounting collar and skirtmounting bar (1/8” x 1”) on the platform side. Align the pre-drilled holes in theside of the platform with the skirt-mounting bar holes and punch holes in the skirtmounting collar. Push a nylon drive rivet through each hole in the skirt-mountingbar. Hammer the aluminum pin into the rivet until flush with the rivet head.Repeat mounting process for the remaining sides of the accordion skirt.Figure #2: Mounting an Accordion Skirt Underneath the PlatformRaise one side of the skirt along with a skirt-mounting bar (1/8" x 1") to theunderside of the platform skirt support bar. When possible, center the skirtmounting collar and the skirt-mounting bar (1/8” x 1”) on the platform support bar.Align the pre-drilled holes in the skirt support bar (picture frame) with the skirt mounting bar holes and punch holes in the skirt-mounting collar. Push a nylondrive rivet through each hole in the skirt-mounting bar. Hammer the aluminumpin into the rivet until flush with the rivet head. Repeat mounting process for theremaining sides of the accordion skirt.Figure #3: Mounting an Accordion Skirt Onto the Bevel Toe GuardRaise one side of the skirt along with a skirt-mounting bar (1/8” x 1”) to the sideof the bevel toe guard. When possible, center the skirt mounting collar and theskirt-mounting bar (1/8” x1”) on the platform bevel toe guard. Align the pre-drilledholes in the bevel toe guard with the skirt-mounting bar holes and punch holes inthe skirt-mounting collar. Push a nylon drive rivet through each hole in the skirtmounting bar. Hammer the aluminum pin into the rivet until flush with the rivethead. Repeat mounting process for the remaining sides of the accordion skirt.4. Install weight rods into the weight rod pockets at the bottom of the accordion skirt.Install the spring tempered wire rods into the pocket of black convolutions.16

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSFigure 11 Field Installation Diagram for Mounting Accordion Skirts17

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONSFamiliarize yourself with this operator’s manual before operating the equipment!!!1. Scissors lifts have maximum lifting capacity ratings (see “Specifications” section).The safety relief valve has been factory set to open at a pressure slightly above therated load capacity and allows the oil to bypass into the reservoir to prevent damageto the lift and its hydraulic power unit. The safety relief valve should not beadjusted for any reason as it could cause the motor to prematurely burn out.Applying loads exceeding the rated capacity of the lift may result in excessive wearand damage to the lift.2. This type of lift is designed primarily for carousel picking applications and is typicallyfurnished with constant pressure pushbutton controls. Actuating the "UP" button willcause oil to enter the cylinders and the lift will rise.3. When the desired height or upward travel of the platform is attained, removingpressure from the switch deactivates the “UP” circuit button. The oil stops flowingand the upward movement will stop.4. Activate the "DOWN" button to lower the lift. Opening the down control valve allowsthe oil in the cylinders to flow through the down valve at a controlled rate and returnoil to the reservoir.5. When the desired height or downward travel of the platform is attained, removingthe operator’s foot or hand from the switch deactivates the “DOWN” circuit. The oilstops flowing from the cylinders and the downward movement will stop.CAUTION!Do not continue to activate the "UP" button if the lift is not raising or if ithas reached the fully raised position. To do so may result in permanentdamage to the lift.CAUTION!Do not operate the power unit on relief for more than a few seconds. Whenon relief, the valve will make an audible squealing sound.18

ROUTINE MAINTENANCENormally scissors lifts will require very little maintenance. However, a routinemaintenance program could prevent costly replacement of parts and/or downtime.WARNING!To avoid personal injury, NEVER go under the lift platform or perform anymaintenance on the lift until the load is removed and the scissorsmechanism is securely blocked in the open position. See "Lift BlockingInstructions" section.MONTHLY INSPECTION:1. Check oil level (see oil recommendations in this section) and add appropriate oilwhen necessary.2. Check for any visible leaks. Correct as necessary.3. Check any unusual noise when it occurs. Determine the source and correct asnecessary.4. Check the snap rings at all rollers, if not in place, and/or secure, replace or repairimmediately.5. Check all rollers for signs of wear. Replace as necessary.6. Do not grease roller or axles; they have lifetime-lubricated bearings.7. Check all wiring for looseness or wear. Repair at once.OIL REQUIREMENTS:Change oil yearly, or more frequently if it darkens materially or feels gummy or gritty.Use detergent motor oils only. Do not use hydraulic-jack oil, hydraulic fluids, brakefluids, or automatic transmission fluid.19

ROUTINE MAINTENANCEOil Viscosity RecommendationsEnvironment (Ambient Temperatures)Recommended OilIndoor location, variable temperatures(30 - 100 F)10W30 or 10W40 Multiviscosity motor oilIndoor location, consistent temperatures(70 F)SAE-20W motor oilOutdoor location, (-10 - 100 F)SAE 5W30 Multiviscosity motor oilCold-storage warehouse (10 - 40 F)5W30 Multiviscosity motor oilFreezer (-40 F to 0 F)Consult FactoryOIL CAPACITY:Reservoir capacity for the steel “vertical” tank is approximately 11 gallons.The oil level in the reservoir should be 1” to 1 ½” below the top of the reservoir with thelift in the fully lowered position.PIPE THREAD SEALANTLoctite PST #567 pipe thread sealant or equivalent is recommended. Do not useTeflon tape. Tape fragments can cause malfunctioning of the hydraulic system.20

GENERAL MAINTENANCE1. Change oil once a year or when it materially darkens or feels gritty. Also, check oilfor the presence of water (oil will turn milky in color.)2. NEVER TRY TO DISASSEMBLE OR REPAIR A PUMP IN THE FIELD. Thesepumps are high-precision devices requiring extreme precision in fit-up. When one isdamaged, there is seldom anything that can be repaired in the field. It is also moreeconomical to replace a pump than to refit old parts with new parts.3. The pin, or roller bushing should be replaced whenever excessive wear is detected.The rollers are furnished with the pressed-in bushing as a unit part.DANGER!To avoid personal injury, NEVER go under the lift platform until the load isremoved and the scissors mechanism is securely blocked in the openposition.POWER UNITDANGER!HIGH VOLTAGE!! Disconnect and/or lock out the electrical supply to thepower unit prior to any maintenance being performed.1. The “vertical” unit utilizes a heave duty 5 HP/208, 230, or 460 Volts/60 hertz/3 phasemotor coupled to a high-pressure positive displacement gear pump, and AutoquipCorporation’s patented Deltatrol valve assembly. It is also available with a 5 HP/115or 230 Volts/60 hertz/single-phase motor as an option.2. The following should be referenced in connecting the standard heavy-duty motors topower sources. Remember that heavy wire must be used all the way to the powersource.Power Unit115 Volts208 Volts230 Volts460 VoltsStandard Three PhaseN/A16 AMPS15.2 AMPS7.6 AMPSStandard Single Phase58 AMPSN/A24.5 AMPSN/ANOTE: All amperage draws shown are full-load amperages.21

GENERAL MAINTENANCECYLINDER REMOVAL AND REPACKING (see figure 12)1.Raise the lift to its full height and block securely. See “Lift Blocking Instructions”.2.Loosen and remove the cylinder hose at the hose union in the tee connectionbetween the two cylinders. Place the open end of the hose in a container toreceive oil spillage.3.Remove the pin retaining screw in the cylinder clevis or pin retaining rings, andcarefully tap out the clevis pin to avoid damaging the clevis pin bushings.4.Remove the cylinder from the lift.5.Push the piston rod into the tube to eject as much oil as possible into a container.6.Pull the rod out of the cylinder tube sufficiently to gain access to the face spannerwrench holes on the rod end of the cylinder. Do not allow oil or dirt to be pulledback into the hydraulic hose.7.Using a face spanner wrench, turn the bearing assembly clockwise until the tip ofthe retainer appears in the slot in the outer surface of the cylinder tube.8.Insert a small blade screwdriver under the tip of the retainer and turn the bearingassembly counter-clockwise until the retainer is free of the slot.NOTE: The wire retainer may be a cutting or puncturing hazard.9.Pull the rod out of the tube slowly to remove the rod and bearing assembly.NOTE: Use caution to prevent surface damage to the rod. This could result inseal failure and/or leakage.10. Inspect the bore of the tube. Hone if necessary to remove any surfaceimperfections in the bore. Flush thoroughly after honing to remove chips and grit.11. Remove the piston lock nut and slide off the piston and bearing assembly. Takecare to protect the rod surface from damage.12. Install new packing and seals on the piston, rod, and bearing assembly. Inspect allgrooves and seal surfaces for any imperfections and repair or replace asnecessary.13. Grease all seals and packing liberally and install the bearing assembly and thepiston on the rod and torque the lock nut to 500 ft. lbs.22

GENERAL MAINTENANCE14. Install the rod into the tube using care not to damage any seals or packing15. Align the retainer hole in the bearing assembly groove with the slot in the tube.16. Insert the retainer hook end in the hole/slot and using a face spanner wrench, turnthe bearing assembly clockwise until the retainer is completely inserted in thegroove/slot in the tube.17. Check the clevis pin bushings in the cylinder rod for wear and replace asnecessary.18. Install the assembled cylinder into the lift by carefully driving the clevis pin throughthe clevis and cylinder rod. Extreme care must be taken to prevent damage to theclevis in the bushings. Install the pin retaining screw with washers, engaging theslot in the pin, and torque to 25 ft. lbs. or the retaining rings and washers on the pin(cylinder rod may be extended by hand.)19. Connect the cylinder hydraulic hose and the tee using the recommended sealant.20. Check all pins and other mechanical as well as hydraulic components to assurethat the assembly is complete and in good working order.21. Turn the electrical supply back on and press the “UP” button on the controller toraise the lift. NOTE: 15 to 30 seconds time may elapse to fill the empty cylindersbefore movement is noted.22. Remove and place the maintenance leg in its storage location, then press the“DOWN” button on the controller to cycle the lift to the fully lowered position. Holdthe “DOWN” button 30 to 40 seconds to allow air in the cylinders to bleed back intothe reservoir tank.23. Cycle the lift 10 to 15 times and repeat the bleeding operation by holding the”DOWN” button for 30 to 40 seconds.24. Check the oil level in the reservoir with the lift in the fully lowered position. Add asnecessary (see “Routine Maintenance” for oil recommendations).25. Clean the oil filler breather cap if it appears dirty.26. Clean up any debris and or spilled oil from the area.NOTE: Depending on experience, the job should take one to two hours.23

GENERAL MAINTENANCEFigure 12 Hydraulic Cylinder24

GENERAL MAINTENANCEVELOCITY FUSE REPLACEMENTDANGER!Do not attempt to remove the velocity fuse until the lift is securelysupported with the maintenance locking devices and all hydraulic pressurehas been removed from the lifting cylinders and hydraulic hoses. Failureto follow these instructions could result in personal injury or death!Never attempt to take a velocity fuse apart and repair it. These are precision devicesthat are factory assembled under exacting conditions. Velocity fuses should always bereplaced.1.The arrow on the exterior surface of the velocity fuse shows the direction of therestriction to the oil flow. The arrow should always point away from the cylinder.2.Do not use Teflon tape on the threaded connections of a velocity fuse. Tapefragments can cause malfunctioning of the fuse.3.Check all fitting connections for hydraulic leaks and tighten as necessary.HOSE ORIENTATIONTo prevent damage to the cylinder hose and possible failure of lift, it is necessary toestablish a correct hose shape and pattern of movement as follows:1.Raise the lift to its full height and block securely. See “Lift Blocking Instructions”.2.Install one end of the new hose to the cylinder elbow fitting.3.Since the hose is fixed at both ends, it is possible to put a twist in the hose that willallow it to describe the same pattern each time the lift is operated. This twist willallow the hose to travel about half way between the cylinder on the right side andthe inner leg on the right side.4.Lower the lift carefully and check to see that the hose is free and clear of thecylinder and the inner leg assembly. If not, twist the hose in the directionnecessary to clear it of any obstruction and then lock the swivel fitting securely.25

M26RELIEFVALVESUCTION LINE FILTER IS INTERNALTO DELTATROL BLOCK UNLESS ASEPERATE FILTER IS SPECIFIED.FILTERSUCTIONLINEP.F.CHECK VALVERESERVOIRDOWN SPEEDRESTRICTORRETURNLINE FILTERLOWERING VALVE AND PRESSURE LINE FILTRATION.COMPENSATED FLOW CONTROL, SOLENOIDDELTATROL VALVE PROVIDES COMPLETE,THE FUNCTION OF CHECK, RELIEF, PRESSUREPRESSURE LINEVELOCITY FUSES(1) VELOCITY FUSE PER CYLINDER.QUANTITY OF CYLINDERS ANDVELOCITY FUSES DEPENDS ONMODEL OF LIFT USED.LIFTINGCYLINDERSGENERAL MAINTENANCEFigure 13 Hydraulic Schematic – Vertical Power Unit

GENERAL MAINTENANCEFigure 14 Electrical Schematic – 208-230-460 Volt Three Phase27

GENERAL MAINTENANCEFigure 15 Electrical Schematic 230 V/1PH28

GENERAL MAINTENANCEFigure 16 Electro-Hydraulic Schematic – Soft Start/Soft Stop Option29

GENERAL MAINTENANCEFigure 17 Uptravel Limit Switch Location30

317/16" HOLE DRILLED INPLATFORM AT LOCATIONOF LOCKING PIN. SEEPLATFORM DRAWING."A"Figure 18 – Gate Interlock Limit Switch Location2111/8"1/8"ITEMS #2 THRU #9NOT SHOWN IN THISVIEW FOR CLARITY.UNDERSIDE OFPLATFORM (REF.)VIEW "A-A"4 5"A"UNDERSIDE OFPLATFORM (REF.)MOUNTING BRACKET LOCATION DETAIL3"32-1/2"3" (REF.)19/32"C3-1/2"2-11/32"(4) #10-24 TAPPED HOLES.This drawing is the soleproperty of Autoquip Corp.and cannot be used fordesign & constructionwithout permissionof Autoquip Corp.1997 2TAPPROXIMATE WEIGHT:REFERENCE DWG.DATE:DRAWING TITLENO.15432JOB NAME:1 of 1PAGE:6REV.BY351-0192-2DRAWING NUMBER:REVISIONSITEMS #6 THRU #9 NOT SHOWN.2.6LIMIT SWITCH TO BE MOUNTED UNDER PLATFORMTO SENSE THE GATE LOCKING PIN. SWITCH TOBE WIRED NORMALLY OPEN HELD CLOSED (BY THEPIN) AND WIRED TO THE J-BOX ON THE LEGOR PLATFORM.3"1.(1) REQUIRED PER LIFTITEM #1 DETAILNOTE:THIS EDGE TO BE WELDEDTO UNDERNEATH SIDE OFPLATFORM.7/16"TOLERANCES UNLESSOTHERWISE SPECIFIED:CSIZEAQJ NO.DATE /- 1/32FRACTIONS:DECIMALS:.X /- .1ONE PLACE.XX /- .03TWO PLACETHREE PLACE .XXX /- .010ANGLES: /- 1/2 BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES:.010 MAX. x 45 CHAMFERGENERAL MAINTENANCE

1/8"3242"2UP SLOW LIMITSWITCH ACTUATORBAR.2 1" (REF.)2BASE CLEVISBASE FRAME211UP-SLOW LIMITSWITCH ACTUATORBAR.11BASE FRAME224539"6 712"6 7431-1/4"6" (REF.)1/8"Figure 19 – Limit Switch Location – Soft Start/Soft StopITEMS #4 THRU #10NOT SHOWN THIS VIEW.8"MAINTENANCE LEGSTORAGE SOCKET.SEE BASE FRAMEDWG. FOR LOCATION.UP SLOW LIMITSWITCH MOUNTINGPLATE.123/4"236 7531/8"1/8"4" (REF.)11"-3"1"-3"C 2TAPPROXIMATE WEIGHT:REFERENCE DWG.DATE:DRAWING TITLEJOB NAME:NO.121 of 1PAGE:4REV.ITEM #10, 6" X 6" X 6" ELECTRICALENCLOSURE, TO REPLACE 4" X 4" X 2"J-BOX ON OPPOSITE LEG SET.3.43DOWN-SLOW LIMIT SWITCH TO BESET FOR LAST 12" OF DOWN TRAVEL.UP-SLOW LIMIT SWITCH TO BESET FOR LAST 12" OF UP TRAVEL.2.1.This drawing is the soleproperty of Autoquip Corp.and cannot be used fordesign & constructionwithout permissionof Autoquip Corp.1997DOWN SLOW LIMITSWITCH ACTUATORPLATE.TYP.INNER LEG3DOWN SLOW LIMITSWITCH MOUNTINGPLATE."DOWN-SLOW" LIMIT SWITCH1SECTION "A-A"ITEMS #8 THRU #10NOT SHOWN THIS VIEW.3INNER LEGUP-SLOW LIMIT SWITCHBASE CLEVIS222DATECSIZEAQJ NO.BY351-0209-4DRAWING NUMBER:REVISIONSTOLERANCES UNLESSOTHERWISE SPECIFIED:FRACTIONS: /- 1/32DECIMALS:.X /- .1ONE PLACETWO PLACE.XX /- .03THREE PLACE.XXX /- .010ANGLES: /- 1/2 BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES:.010 MAX. x 45 CHAMFERGENERAL MAINTENANCE

REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTLEG ASSEMBLY PARTS LISTQTYPart No.Description4Pin, leg clevis, 1 1/8” x 2” long525027054Pin, leg clevis, 1 1/2” x 2 15/16” long w/2-ring grooves4Bushing, 1 1/8” ID x 1” long200228772Bushing, 1 1/2” ID x 2” long200240062Washer, 1/8” TK x 1 ½” ID x 2 ½” OD, steel240245072Retaining Ring, 1 ½” heavy duty454002494Washer, 1/8” TK x 1 ½” ID x 2 ½” OD, plastic240945184Washer, 5/16” STD steel240501632Cap Screw, 3/8” – 16 x 1” long220311322Pin, Cylinder Clevis, 1 1/8” x 7” long w/ 1 ring groove525024402Pin, Cylinder Clevis, 1 1/8” dia x 4 ¾” long w/2 ring grooves525001964Washer, 1/16” TK x 1 1/8” ID x 2” OD, plastic240923064Roller w/ Bushing, ¾” TK x 1 1/8” ID x 3” OD526002694Washer, 1/16” TK x 1 1/8” ID x 2” OD, steel240123534Pin, Leg Roller, 1 1/8” dia x 2 3/32” long w/1 ring groove525024324Retaining Ring, Leg Roller Pin, 1 1/8”454000828Washer, 1/16” TK x 1 1/8” ID x 2” OD, plastic240923062Pin, Inner Leg Roller, 1 ½” dia x 2 7/8” long33N/AN/A

REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTPOWER UNIT PARTS LISTQTY1DescriptionPart No.1Motor, 5 HP 208/230/460 Volt 3 PH straight shaft306004491Motor Coupling, Lovejoy L-095, 1 1/8” bore200001541Pump Coupling, Lovejoy L-095, 7/16” bore200000301Coupling Rubber Spider200001621Pump, 2.25 GPM with straight shaft403001622¼” Dyna-Seal Washer for Deltatrol459010141Return Pipe Assembly, 6” long410504851Sump Strainer477000751Hose, Pump to Deltatrol, 3/8” x 18” long w/ 1 swivel461000201Deltatrol Kit410508801Down Solenoid, 24 volt327013801Down Solenoid, 115 Volt327013701Filler/Breather Cap Assembly477002081Oil Reservoir, 16” x 16” x 10”640008131Control Panel, 460 VAC/24 VAC controls351500811Control Panel, 208-230 VAC/24 VAC controls351500801Control Signal; Pushbutton – “UP”/”DOWN”362018201Dump Valve, Soft Start/Soft Stop41302480Flow Control, soft start/soft stop4150262634

REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTFigure 20 Vertical Power Unit Parts Detail35

REPLACEMENT PARTS LISTHYDRAULIC PARTS LISTITEMNo.11AQTY22DescriptionPart No.72” & 84”TravelModelsPart No.96” TravelModelsCylinder, 3 ½” bore

A local Autoquip representative provides a Planned Maintenance Program (PMP) for this equipment using factory-trained personnel. Call a local representative or Autoquip Corporatio