FailureReason Solution
There is no oil coming from the pump station, meaning the platform won't move.

1 Problem with electricity in the motor (25).

2 There is no oil, or there is not enough oil, in the cylinder.

3 The oil filter (06) is blocked.

4 The closed valve (17) is dirty.

5 The closed valve (17) and motor (25) are both powered-up.

6 There is not enough pressure in the pressure regulating valve (21).

7 The gear pump (08) is old or damaged.

8 The hydraulic oil in the cylinder is old or has gone bad.

9 The emergency bolt (19) has come loose.

10The joint between the oil suction pipe (07) and gear pump (08) is loose and emitting air. 

1 Connect the motor power directly or create a diversion.

2 Add hydraulic oil to the cylinder.

3 Clean the oil filter out, or replace the hydraulic oil in the cylinder.

4 Remove the valve and wash it carefully with cleaning agent or paraffin.

5 Reconnect the lines. When motor (25) is electrically charged, the closed valve (17) should interrupt the power.

6 Adjust the pressure regulating valve (21).

7 Replace the gear pump (08).

8 Change the hydraulic oil.

9 Screw in the emergency bolt (19).

10 Screw in the oil suction pipe (07).

The pump station won't release any oil, so the platform won't go down.

1 The power of the closed valve (17) is not connected, or there is too little electricity.

2 The voltage and voltage type of the normally closed valve coil (17b) is different from that of the power being used.

3 The valve coil (17b) is damaged.

4 The valve nut (17c) is loose.

5 The flow speed control valve (23) is turned off.

6 The normally closed valve (17) is jammed.

1 Reconnect the lines and check your voltage.

2 Check the voltage type that you are using (AC or DC). Ensure this is the same voltage as is required for the valve coil (17b).

3 Replace the valve coil (17b).

4 Screw in the valve nut (17c).

5 Switch on the flow speed control valve (23).

6 Remove the normally closed valve (17) and carefully wash it.

The platform is not flat.

1 The normally closed valve (17) and/or the no-return valve (15) is dirty.

2 The emergency bolt (19) is loose.

3 There is an oil leak in the hosepipe and/or the cylinder.

1 Wash or replace the normally closed valve (17) and/or no-return valve (15).

2 Screw in the emergency bolt (19).

3 Check the hosepipe and oil cylinders.

The platform sways when the lift moves upwards or downwards.

1 The normally closed valve (17) is dirty.

2 The oil filter (06) is blocked or the oil suction pipe (07) is loose.

3 The hydraulic oil has gone bad, or there is not enough in the cylinder.

4 The power line is too long.

5 The emergency bolt (19) is loose.

6 The decent speed is either too slow or too fast.

7 There is an air leakage in the oil pipeline.

8 Cylinder has been bent out of shape, or the seal kit is too tight.

1 Wash the normally closed valve (17).

2 Wash the oil filter (06) or tighten the oil suction pipe (07).

3 Replace the bad hydraulic oil or fill up the hydraulic oil.

4 Shorten the power line.

5 Screw in the emergency bolt (19).

6 Adjust the flow speed control valve (23).

7 Check and repair the oil pipeline.

8 Change the oil cylinder or seal kit.

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