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    UVL UVL Series Owner's Manual for: Under V ehicle Wheelchair Lifts Note to Dealer: Pr ovide this manual to the consumer . See inside cover for warranty/r egistration information. • 603A • 603B • 603E • 604XA • 604XB • 604XC • 604XD • 855R • 855RH and UVL Series Lift Models ® W A RN I N G Owner's Manual Read manual befor[...]

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    Page 1 T able of Contents Lift Terminology UVL ® 600 Series Lift Terminology Illustration ............ 2 UVL ® 600X Series Lift Terminology Illustration .......... 2 UVL ® 850 Series Lift Terminology Illustration ............. 3 Lift Terminology Description General ................................................................ 3 Direction ....[...]

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    Page 2 W A R NIN G 8 1 8 2 3 Push T-handle in fully and manua l ly move platform in and out to engage platfor m lock before driving vehic le. Failure to lock platform m ay result in unintended platform deploymen t. Unintended platf orm deployment may result in serious bodily injury and/or prope r ty damage. D o not rem o ve! U P L IF T D O W N L I [...]

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    Page 3 The UVL Lift Series includes three classifications of lifts (UVL600 Series, UVL600X Series and UVL850 Series). Refer to the illustrations on pages 2 and 3 for the visual differences in lift configurations and identification of lift components. UVL600 Series lift models are consumer oriented (intended for operation by the wheelchair passenger[...]

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    Page 4 Lift T erminology Lift Components: Refer to the Lift T erminology Illustrations on pages 2 and 3. Pump Module: The remote mounted pump module consists of the main hydraulic pump, the manual hand pump, the logic control board and other electrical components that power the lift electric/hydraulic systems. Hand-held Switch Control Box: The stan[...]

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    Page 5 Lift Operation Safety C CAUTION This symbol indicates important information regarding how to avoid a hazardous situation that could result in minor per- sonal injury or prop- erty damage. SAFETY FIRST! Know That.... Note: Additional information provided to help clarify or detail a specific subject. These symbols will appear throughout this m[...]

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    Page 6 Lift Operation Safety Lift Operation Safety Precautions (continued) Load and unload clear of vehicular traffic. Do not overload or abuse. The load rating applies to both the raising and lowering func- tions - continuous lifting capacity is 750 lbs. Do not operate or board the lift if you or your lift operator are intoxicated. Do not raise fr[...]

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    Page 7 Lift Operation Safety Become familiar with all platform features and the proper operation of the platform components before attempting lift operation. Refer to Lift Terminology on pages 2-4 for identification of and description of specific lift compo- nents if not clearly depicted in this section. Contact The Braun Corporation at 1-800-THE L[...]

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    Page 8 Pr e-Lift Operation Notes fully unfolded before the front and rear wheelchair wheels (or standee) have crossed the roll stop. Although the outboard roll stop is lift-powered and fully-automatic in operation, mechanical failures are possible. Discontinue lift operation immediately if the roll stop does not operate properly. W A RN I N G Disco[...]

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    Page 9 Pr e-Lift Operation Notes equipped). Stationary handrails remain in the upright (vertical position) at all times and require no operation procedures (see page 13 for details). Refer to the applicable handrail instructions for details and operation proce- dures for folding handrails on pages 13 and 14. Discontinue lift operation if the handra[...]

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    Page 10 Pr e-Lift Operation Notes Operation Procedure Review: The wheelchair lift user and/or attendant should review the safety precautions and operation procedures appearing in this manual with your wheelchair lift sales representative (dealer), before attempting lift operation. Become familiar with the proper operation of your lift before operat[...]

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    Page 11 Lift Operating Instructions UP STOW DOOR CLOSE DOWN THE BRAUN CORPORATION 86478 UP LIFT DOWN LIFT LIFT 81812 DOOR CLOSE STOW Hand-held Switchbox (Standard Equipment) Optional Remote Control Transmitter Lift Control Switches: The UVL ® logic control system provides fully auto- matic operation of all lift functions as well as op- tional auto[...]

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    Page 12 Manual Bridge Plate Platform at Stow Level A Platform at Floor Level V ehicle Floor Floor Level Bridge Plate (Bridging Position) Engaged - V ertical Bridge Plate Platform at Floor Level V ehicle Floor Move vertical bridge plate to right to disengage it, and then lower it to the floor . Manual Bridge Plate Platform at Floor Level Gap between[...]

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    Page 13 W A RN I N G Stay clear of handrail access slots during lift operation. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury. Stationary handrails remain in the upright (vertical position) at all times. Handrail access slots are provided in the lift housing cover . Access slots are incorporated in the vehicle floor or stairwell during lift [...]

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    Page 14 UVL Dual Manual Fold “U” Handrail (with Shield) Instructions W A RN I N G Fold handrails down before stowing lift. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury and/or property damage. Before stowing lift: 2. Lift round latching knob to disengage latch and fold rear (left) handrail down to plat- form (horizontal position). 1. Fol[...]

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    Page 15 POWER P ACK HAND PUMP "T" HANDLE RELEASE CABLE PUMP HANDLE MANUAL DOWN VA LV E Manual Operating Instructions Cable-Activated Platform Manual Release System Platform Manual Release System: A cable-activated manual release system releases and engages the platform car- riage assembly drive chain to allow the platform carriage assembl[...]

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    Page 16 Note: The lift platform must be pushed back into its carriage compartment at least half-way before reverting back to normal (powered) operation. When the lift is fully extended manually, it does not activate the proper switches for normal operation. Returning (moving) the lift at least half-way in allows for proper switch activation. Note: [...]

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    Page 17 Manual Operating Instructions A Hand Pump Hand Pump Handle Release Valve maximum 30 inch lbs minimum 15 inch lbs seats (stops) O P E N C L O S E approximate 1/16" intervals Valve Tightening Specification: Once valve seats (stops), tighten 15 to 30 inch pounds as shown. W A RN IN G 81823 Push T-handle in fully and manually move platform[...]

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    Page 18 W A RN IN G 81823 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. Do not remove! TO LOCK TU R N Manual Operating Instru[...]

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    Page 19 Manual Operating Instructions To Manually Move Platform Inward (Retract) To Stow Position: Read Platform Carriage Assem- bly Drive Chain Reengagement Procedure section on page 16 ! 1. Position (raise or lower) platform to stow level (height) using procedures outlined on pages 17 and 18. 2. Pull “T” handle release cable. See Figure 1. 3.[...]

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    Page 20 Manual Operating Instructions To Manually Lower Outboard Roll Stop: 1. Remove hairpin cotter from detent pin. 2. Remove detent pin to detach roll stop actuator from roll stop. 3. Push roll stop to the down (ramp - horizontal) position. Note: The lift will not raise from ground level without the roll stop release pin reinstalled, which fully[...]

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    Page 21 Maintenance and Lubrication W A RN I N G Annual maintenance and lubrication proce- dures must be per- formed by authorized service personnel. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury and/or property damage. Maintenance is necessary to ensure safe and trouble-free lift operation. General preventive maintenance consisting of inspe[...]

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    Page 22 Lift-posted decals are shown at right. Part num- bers are provided for all decals. Inspect your lift for any missing, worn or illegible decals. Call 1-800- THE LIFT for replacements. Replace missing, worn or illegible decals. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury and/or property damage. W A RN I N G Decals Remember — the li[...]

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    Page 23 Sample W arranty/Registration Card W arranty/Registration Instructions Immediately upon receiving your lift, examine the unit for any damage. Notify the carrier at once with any claims. Two warranty/registration cards (shown right) are protected in a clear envelope and attached to the lift protective shipping wrap. The sales representative [...]

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    Over 300 Braun Dealers and Distributors W orldwide "Pr oviding Access to the W orld" ® "Pr oviding Access to the W orld" International Corporate Hdqrs: P .O. Box 310 Winamac, IN 46996 USA 1-800-THE LIFT (574) 946-6153 F AX: (574) 946-4670 ®[...]

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    89001 September 1998 Patent #4,958,979 © The Braun Corporation ® Braun UVL Series ® Braun UVL Under V ehicle Wheelchair Lifts All parts under warranty must have a red tag attached befor e returning the part for cr edit. A red tag must be attached to every item and returned, fr eight prepaid, to The Braun Corporation. Red tags will be sent along [...]