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The outrigger solenoid manual overrides can now be used to manually operate the solenoid spools.
To retract an outrigger, the manual override needs to be pulled out, away from the
solenoid body. Operate the hand pump and the outrigger will close.
If the manual override is pushed in toward the solenoid body, operating the hand pump will cause
the outrigger to open/lower.
check this link it will take you to the owners manual for the entire lift. It will give you detail instructions on how to use the safety overrides in the lift, manual pump, and controls http://www.niftylift.com/files/m50402_001.pdf
the lift I made by snorkel? is that correct?
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I apologize this is the proper manual you will need I know it says A35 but it is for you lift.
I hope this helps. as for lifts all lifts engine or electrical powered always have an emergency override hand pump to operate the unit manually
wow they didn't think very far ahead on that design. bleed the pressure off of the unit and push the outriggers up hand. the safeties are for personal recovery I guess they didn't plan for moving equipment until its repaired. I Do not suggest removing hydraulic lines to bleed pressure as you can get hurt very badly. instead you will need to locate the valve block and manually actuate the relivfe valves to bleed down the system pressure
it should. I it doesn't then you will have to bleed it at the cylinders which can be hazardous if you are not careful. if bleeding down the system pressure does not get pressure off the outriggers cylinders than you have a faulty relief system/valve and you will need to bleed it at the cylinder on each of the outriggers. The hydraulics have upwards of 1500 psi on them and that will spray out of the cylinder fittings hard enough to pierce skin and cause some serious problems/injuries. if you are unsure you should fined a tech. trust me I gave that warning to my LPO in the navy he laughed at me and then had to get his hand cut open and drain. he almost lost it.
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