Braun NUVL855R manual

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    Under -V ehicle Lift ® W A R N I N G Read manual before installing or servicing lift. Failure to do[...]

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    NUVL855R e5*72/245*95/54*0102*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 JKA D O O R S T OW DO W N UP W A R N I N G 8 1 8 2 3 Pus h T- h a ndle i n f ul ly an d m a n[...]

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    Page 3 Switch and Sensor Locations W A R N I N G 8 1 8 2 3 P ush T-h a nd l e in f ull y an d m a n [...]

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    Page 5 Adjustments and Calibration $GMXVWPHQW3URFHGXUHV /LIW2XW6ZLWFK The Lift Out Switc[...]

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    Page 6 T erminal Strip and Door Operators 3RZHU'RRU2SHUDWRUV Black Jumper 1 2345678 91 0 [...]

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    Page 7 O P E N C L O S E VA LV E 2. Position the lift platform ap- proximately 12" above stow l[...]

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    Page 8 Inner Roll Stop Adjustment 3. Use an Allen wrench to prevent the cam locking screw from turni[...]

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    Page 9 'RQRWDG - just the in- ner roll stop OLQNDJHURG unless extra usable plat- fo[...]

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    Page 10 Inner Roll Stop Occupied Sensor Adjustment 1. The optimum setting for the inner roll stop oc[...]

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    Page 1 1 Lifting Arm Pivot Points LO Rolling Horizontal Carriage Tube Slot Area DE Platform Cable-ac[...]

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    Page 12 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule Maintenance and lubrication procedures must be performe[...]

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    Page 13 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule 1500 Cycles 750 Cycles Apply Light Oil - See Lubricatio[...]

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    Page 14 Maintenance and Lubrication Schedule +GUDXOLF)OXLG3XPS&KHFNOHYH[...]

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    Page 15 T r oubleshooting Diagnosis Chart 1.00 NO OPERA TION 2.1 1 Hydraulic valve open 2.12 Pump mo[...]

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    Page 16 FUNCTION POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY 4.1 1 Barrier Down LED (D29) illuminated )X[...]

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    Page 17 FUNCTION POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY 9.00 BARRIER WILL NOT OPERA TE UP OR DOWN WITH REMOTE OR OVER[...]

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    Page 18 CONT ACT REMOV AL 1. Remove orange wedge using needle nose pliers or a hook shaped wire to p[...]

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    Page 19 Wiring Schematic R GN OR BU BK W 1 2 3 4 5 6 GN / BK OR / BK BU / BK BK / W NOT USED R / BK [...]

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    Page 20 Unfold for: Lift Wiring Schematic Hydraulic Parts List Item Qty . Description Part No. 1 1 P[...]

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    Page 21 Hydraulic Diagram 34 28 29 30 32 35 31 26 18 25 33 19 20 21 22 23 24 17 34 27 28 29 37 36 Fr[...]

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    Page 22 Pump Module Parts List Item Qty . Description Part # 1 1 Pump Assembly , M259 87060 2 1 Adap[...]

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    Page 23 Pump Module Diagram INLINE FUSE HOLDERS 5 4 29 30 20 18 10 17 2 3 1 15 13 16 14 6 8 7 8 18 1[...]

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    Page 24 Unfold for: Pump Module Exploded View Complete Lift Exploded View 25 3 24 25 25 25 14 13 4 2[...]

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    Page 25 Repair Parts List 1 1 Housing Weldment 75101RNW 2 1 Chain Release Weldment 73760A 3 1 Cover,[...]

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    Page 26 Lift Housing Detail Exploded View 25 3 24 25 25 25 14 13 4 25 25 25 163 25 7 162 162 162 25 [...]

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    Page 27 Lift Carriage Detail Exploded View 45 44 43 43 43 19 92 40 31 41 104 104 87 161 161 87 161 1[...]

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    Page 28 Lift Platform Detail Exploded View 109 11 4 72 56 75 65 74 133 73 73 68 136 70 71 96 25 141 [...]

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

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    Public Use Wheelchair Lifts All illustrations, descriptions and specifications in this manual are ba[...]