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    Millennium W A R N I N G Read manual before installing or servicing lift. Failure to do so may resul[...]

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    NL917IB e5*72/245*95/54*0110*00 1-800-THE LIFT™ BRAUNLIFT .COM™ The Braun Corporation DOT Public[...]

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    Page 1 Contents T roubleshooting and Maintenance Lift T erminology .................................[...]

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    Page 2 Lift T erminology U P D OWN 3 2 8 1 9 FO LD U N F O L D 3 2 8 2 0 Hand-Held Pendant Control T[...]

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    Page 3 Switch and Sensor Locations * Bridging Microswitch 31010F A Pressure Switch 31 199 Threshold [...]

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    Page 4 The following operations and conditions must be functionally veri fi ed in order for the lif[...]

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    Page 5 1. Lower the platform to the ground level loading position. 2. Remove the pump cover . 3. T u[...]

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    Page 6 Platform Angle Adjustment Wedges Angle A equals Angle B . ✓ B Figur e C A Approximately 1?[...]

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    Page 7 Platform Angle Adjustment Screws Adjustment Screw Allen Head A B Platform Angle Adjustment Ad[...]

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    Page 8 Platform Floor Level Adjustment Diagnostics: Diagnostic codes have been established in event [...]

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    Page 9 H G Platform Stop Block Inboard V ertical Edge of V ertical Arm Bridging Microswitch Adjustme[...]

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    Page 10 T o better understand the Braun LCD T rouble shooting display you must fi rst understand th[...]

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    Page 1 1 57 – Outer barrier is not up and latched and ground detect switch did not deactivate (Cen[...]

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    Page 12 Speci fi ed (recommended) A vailable Braun Lubricant T ype Lubricant Amount Part No. LO - L[...]

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    Page 13 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Maintenance and lubrication procedures must be performe[...]

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    Page 14 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Upper/lower fold arms (2) Platform pivot pin bearings ([...]

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    Page 15 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Replace damaged parts and resecure as needed. Apply Lig[...]

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    Page 16 NOTES This page intentionally left blank.[...]

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    Page 17 Lift Electrical Schematic BK(6) BK(4) GN(20) BU / WH(20) BU / WH(20) RD / WH[...]

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    Page 18 Unfold for: Lift Electrical Schematic Lift Wiring Diagram Platform Lights (Option) Circuit S[...]

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    Page 19 Hydraulic Schematic Outer Barrier Cylinder Orifice Pump Side Cylinder BACKUP PUMP 2500 PSI S[...]

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    Page 20 Hydraulics Parts List ✓ Seal Kits: If repairing a cylinder , order Seal Kit #1500-0500 P .[...]

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    Page 21 Hydraulics Diagram Pump Side Cylinder Opposite Pump Side Cylinder Hydraulic Pump Manual Back[...]

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    Page 22 Pump Module Parts List * Apply red #271 Thread Locker Loctite ® to the four hex bolts (item[...]

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    Page 23 Pump Module Diagram Pump Mounting Bolts Apply red #271 Thread Locker Locktite ® to the thre[...]

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    Page 24 42” Floor -to-Gr ound Lift Repair Parts List 1 1 Base Weldment 915R5142NW30 915F5142NW30 9[...]

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    Page 25 42” Floor -to-Gr ound Lift Exploded View 114 111 109 104 113 50 116 109 111 73 31 153 77 7[...]

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    Page 26 48” Floor -to-Gr ound Lift Exploded View 114 111 109 104 113 50 116 109 111 163 6 79 113 5[...]

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    Page 27 48” Floor -to-Gr ound Lift Repair Parts List Part Numbers of Items Identical on All Lift M[...]

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    Page 28 NOTES This page intentionally left blank.[...]

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

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    HZg^Zh HZg^Zh Millennium CA CA Public Use Wheelchair Lifts Patent #5,261,779 Paten[...]