Braun 6 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    Operator's Manual W A RN I N G Read manual before operating lift. Failure to do so may result i[...]

  • Page 2

    Co n gr at ul ati o n s We a t The Brau n Corpora ti o n w i sh t o express our fulles t apprec i a [...]

  • Page 3

    Page 1 Co nt e nt s Lift Terminology Introduction ..................................................[...]

  • Page 4

    Page 2 L i f t Te r min ology Introduction: Braun L915 Millennium Series lifts are ADA compliant and[...]

  • Page 5

    Page 3 L i f t Te r min ology The “quick-disconnect” hand-held control switchbox is connected to[...]

  • Page 6

    Page 4 Lift Components (continued) regarding Lift-T ite ™ latches are provided on pages 15 and 16.[...]

  • Page 7

    Page 5 L i f t Te r min ology the FOLD switch is pressed. Stowed Position: The lift is stowed when t[...]

  • Page 8

    Page 6 T M U N F O L D ( O U T ) F O L D ( IN ) D O WN U P T H E B R A U N C O R P O R A T I O N P .[...]

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    Page 7 TM U N F O LD ( O U T) F O L D ( I N ) DO W N U P T H E B R A U N C O R P O R A T I O N P . O[...]

  • Page 10

    Page 8 Safety Symbols L i f t Oper ati o n S a fe t y SAFETY FIRST! Know That.... C CAUTION This sym[...]

  • Page 11

    Page 9 Lift Operation Safety Precautions W A RN I N G If the lift operating instructions, manual ope[...]

  • Page 12

    Page 10 Lift Operation Safety Precautions (continued) W A RN I N G If the lift operating instruction[...]

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    Page 11 L i f t Oper ati o n S a fe t y Position and secure (buckle, engage, fasten, etc.) the wheel[...]

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    Page 12 L i f t Oper ati o n S a fe t y W A RN I N G Maintenance and lubrication procedures must be [...]

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    Page 13 W A RN I N G Read and become familiar with all lift operation safety precautions, pre-lift o[...]

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    Page 14 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls Red DOWN/UP Switch Orange OUT/IN Switch Pr[...]

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    Page 15 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls Lift Features W A RN I N G Discontinue lif[...]

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    Page 16 ing from the stowed position in the event of platform drift. Due to the “all-hydraulic” [...]

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    Page 17 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls W A RN I N G Discontinue lift use immediat[...]

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    Page 18 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls Lift Features (continued) (bridging) posit[...]

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    Page 19 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls Bridge plate at floor level. W A RN I N G [...]

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    Page 20 Note: Platform must raise approximately two inches before latch engages fully . Outboard Rol[...]

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    Page 21 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls platform fully to the ground. The attendan[...]

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    Page 22 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls the deployed (horizontal) position when th[...]

  • Page 25

    Page 23 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls Standees: Lift Operating Instruc- tions ap[...]

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    Page 24 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls The wheelchair brakes must be locked , the[...]

  • Page 27

    Page 25 Pr e-L i f t Oper ati o n No t es an d D e tai ls Wheelchair-Equipped Occupant Seat Belts Th[...]

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    Page 26 Transit agency supervisors should train and educate their lift attendants on the proper use [...]

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    Page 27 W A RN I N G Read and become familiar with all lift operation safety precautions, pre-lift o[...]

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    Page 28 L i f t Oper atin g In s t ruc ti o n s Open Door(s) and Secure To Unfold Platform (Out): St[...]

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    Page 29 L i f t Oper atin g In s t ruc ti o n s To Unload Passenger (continued) : 2 . Press red DOWN[...]

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    Page 30 F E H G L i f t Oper atin g In s t ruc ti o n s To Load Passenger: 1 . Read Notes below! Loa[...]

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    Page 31 I J L K L i f t Oper atin g In s t ruc ti o n s To Load Passenger (continued) : 2 . Press re[...]

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    Page 32 Hand Pump Handle M an u a l Oper atin g In s t ruc ti o n s If you experience power or equip[...]

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    Page 33 Open (Down) Close (Up/Stop) M an u a l Oper atin g In s t ruc ti o n s Refer to photos and i[...]

  • Page 36

    Page 34 E Using hand pump handle: a. Place slotted end of pump handle onto backup pump release valve[...]

  • Page 37

    Page 35 MANUAL OPERATION Using hand pump handle: TO UNFOLD PLATFORM (OUT): 1. Close hand pump valve [...]

  • Page 38

    Page 36 Replace missing, worn or illegible decals. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily inj[...]

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    Page 37 D ec a ls an d A nti sk i d W A RN I N G Replace missing or worn antiskid. Failure to do so [...]

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    Page 38 Maintenance is necessary to ensure safe and trouble-free lift operation. General preventive [...]

  • Page 41

    Page 39 T M U N F O L D ( O U T ) F O L D ( I N ) D O W N U P THE BRAUN CO RP ORAT ION P . O . B O X[...]

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    Page 40 W a rr ant y an d Reg i s t r ati o n In s t ruc ti o n s OWNER'S WARRANTY REGISTRATION[...]

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    Page 41 W a rr ant y an d Reg i s t r ati o n In s t ruc ti o n s Model No. Series No. Serial No. Pu[...]

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    "Pr oviding Access to the W orld" ® Over 300 Braun Dealers W orldwide[...]

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    Operator's Manual MADE IN AMERICA complying with ADA Americans With Disabilities Act For ADA CO[...]