This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
MODEL：94781 (JSZ 5.5A)
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
Keep this operation manual near the Machine at all times. Make sure that ALL USERS read this manual
1. Carefully remove the crating and packing report any shipping damage to the carrier and materials. CAUTION! Be careful when cutting make a notation on the delivery receipt. steel banding material as items may become 3. Check the voltage, phase and proper loose and fall causing personal harm or injury. amperage requirements for the motor shown on 2. Inspect the lift for any signs of concealed the motor plate. Wiring should be performed by a certified electrician only shipment damage or shortages.Remember to
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read these safety instructions entirely!
1. READ AND UNDERSTAND all safety from electric shock. Never connect the green power cord wire to a live terminal. This is for ground only. warning procedures before operating lift.
2. KEEP HANDS AND FEET CLEAR. Remove hands 13. DANGER! The power unit used on this lift contains and feet from any moving parts. Keep feet clear of lift high voltage. Disconnect power at the receptacle before when lowering. Avoid pinch points. 3. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluttered work areas invite injuries. equipment to rain . DO NOT use in damp performing any electrical repairs. Secure plug so that it cannot be accidentally plugged in during service. 14. WARNING! or which should vapors. not RISK be OF exposed EXPLOSION. to flammable
4. Consider work area environment. Do not expose This equipment has internal arcing or sparking parts wet locations. Keep area well lighted. This machine should not be located in a
5. ONLY TRAINED OPERATORS should operate this recessed area or below floor level. lift. All non-trained personnel should be kept away from 15. MAINTAIN WITH CARE. Keep lift clean for better work area. Never let non-trained personnel come in and safe performance. Follow manual for contact with, or operate lift. proper lubrication and maintenance instructions. Keep 6. the control handles and/or buttons dry, clean and free from proper manner. Never use lifting adapters other than grease and oil. what is approved by the manufacturer. 7. DO NOT override self-closing lift controls. 16. STAY ALERT. Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. Be aware. USE LIFT CORRECTLY. Use lift in
8. REMAIN CLEAR of lift when raising or lowering 17. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Check for vehicle. alignment of moving parts, breakage of parts or any 9. CLEAR AREA if vehicle is on danger of falling. 10. ALWAYS INSURE that the safeties are engaged before any attempt is made to work on or near vehicle. condition that may affect its operation. Do not use lift if any component is broken or damaged. 18. NEVER remove safety related components
11. DRESS PROPERLY . Non-skid steel -toe footwear is from the lift. Do not use lift if safety related components are damaged or missing。 recommended when operating lift. 12. GUARD AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK. This lift must be grounded while in use to protect the operator
THIS SYMBOL POINTS OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WHICH IF NOT FOLLOWED COULD ENDANGER THE PERSONAL SAFETY AND/OR PROPERTY OF YOURSELF AND OTHERS AND CAN CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE.
Always wear ANSI approved safety goggles when installing and using this product.
DEFECTIVE FLOOR: Visually inspect the site consideration protect the power unit from inclimate weather where the lift is to be installed and conditions. Stay clear of any moving parts that can fall and cause injury. expressed or implied resulting from improper installation or use of this product.TOOLS REQUIRED Rotary Hammer Drill Or Similar ( If Anchoring ) 3/4" Masonry Bit ( If Anchoring ) Hammer 4 Foot Level Open-End Wrench Set: 7/16" . only conformIng to the minimum requirements A level floor is suggested for proper installation shown above. These instructions must be followed to insure proper installation and operation of your lift. OVERHEAD OBSTRUCTIONS: The area where the lift will be located should be free of overhead obstructions such as heaters.1-1/8" Socket And Ratchet Set: 7/16" . PLEASE READ ENTIRE MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. STEP 2 ( Floor Requirements ) CONCRETE REQUIREMENT JSZ5. consider a survey of the site and/or the possibility of pouring a new level concrete slab. If a floor is of questionable slope. .5A 4” Min. Thickness 4” Min. Failure to comply with these instructions can result in serious bodily harm and void product warranty. DO NOT install this lift outdoors unless special has been made to 3. STEP 1 ( Selecting Site ) Before installing your new lift. electrical lines etc. New concrete must be adequately cured by at least 28 days minimu and level lifting. DO NOT install this lift on expansion seams or on cracked or defective concrete. building supports.5 JSZ5. Check layout dimension against floorplan requirements making sure that adequate space is available. Never attempt to lift components without proper lifting tools such as forklift or cranes. Manufacturer will assume no liability for loss or damage of any kind. 2.1-1/8" Hex-Key / Allen Wrench Set Medium Crescent Wrench Medium Pipe Wrench Crow Bar Chalk Line Medium Flat Screwdriver Tape Measure: 25 Foot Minimum Needle Nose Pliers IMPORTANT NOTICE Do not attempt to install this lift if you have never been trained on basic automotive lift installation procedures. check for cracked or defective concrete. Failure to do so could All models MUST be installed on 2500 PSI concrete cause personal injury or death. 1. Thickness This lift must be installed on a solid level concrete floor with no more than 3-degrees NOTE of slope. LIFT LOCATION: Always use architects plans when available. DO NOT install this lift on any asphalt surface or any surface other than concrete. check the following. DO NOT install this lift on a second / elevated floor without first consulting building architect.
DO NOT BOLT columns down at this time. For the remainder of this instruc tion we will illustrate the power unit m ounted at the DRIVER-SIDE FRONT c olumn. (See Fig. The large cut-out holes should be positioned inward following the diagram on page 5. Raise the cross tubes ( making sure the plastic slide blocks are still in position ) and drop down into the top of the columns. Use caution to prevent columns from falling over. STEP 3 ( Column & Cross Tube Installation ) 1. Locate the columns at their respective locations according to the chalk line layout. It is important to locate the POW ER-SIDE runway ( with cylinder ) on the SAME SIDE as power unit location. Access ory rails on the side of each runway MUST be installed to the inside. ( See above ) Pay attention to the power unit location. 1) Fig. 1 5 .IMPORTANT NOTE The power unit can be loc ated at either “X” location shown above.
2. double check the measurements and make certain that the bases of each column are square and aligned with the chalk line. 5) Fig. secure the column TOP CAPS using the 3/8” x 1-1/2” Hex bolt. drill each anchor hole approximately 4-1/2” deep using a rotary hammer drill and 3/4” concrete bit. Be sure to position the cable hole INWARD. 2 3. ( See Fig. 3 Fig. If shimming is required. Using the baseplate on each column as a guide.2. insert the shims as necessary under the baseplate so that when the anchor bolts are tightened. 6 ) Fig. ( See Fig. Always wear safety goggles. remove dust thoroughly from each tubes at this time as they may tip over causing perhole using compressed air and/or wire brush. 4 5. 7 ) 6 . enough threads are left exposed. Assemble the washers and nuts on the anchors then tap into each hole with a hammer until the washer rests against the baseplate. Be very careful not to disturb the columns and cross 3. Before proceeding. ( See Fig. nut & washer. Be sure that if shimming is required. 4) Fig. Make sonal injury or harm. The columns and cross bars will now be in position and spaced properly for the runways. (See Fig. 4. After drilling. With the columns and cross tubes in place. 3) certain that the columns remain aligned with the chalk line. (See Fig. 6 4. (See Fig. the columns will be plumb. 2) STEP 4 ( Anchoring The Columns ) 1. Manually clear the SLACK SAFETY lock devises on the end of each cross tube and slide the cross tubes down until they rest on the safety lock position fourth down from the top of the column. 5 Fig.
In order to install the cables it is necessary to first extend the hydraulic cylinder. The offside runway is not bolted down attached underneath. Position the holes on the side of the runway near the power unit location. 9 STEP 5 4. y (See Fig. Inspect cables to insure proper lengths. 2. (See Fig. 10) T h 3. Line up the front of the cylinder runway with the e nylon cable nuts MUST be tightened until there The cross bar bolt holes then temporarily bolt in position is at least 1/4” of threads through the nylon end of the using the 1/2” x 4” hex bolt. The cables will remain loose until start up. nut and lock washers. vehicles. Position the offside runway on top of the cross tubes with the utility rails located 1. Make sure the cylinder flange plate is installed with the guide-block bracket facing AWAY from the cylinder. 2. 1. 3. Remove the cylinder port plugs then use an air blow gun or come-along to extend the cylinder. 4. Locate the runway with the cylinder inside. 8) Fig. spacers and cable guards and pins in the same order as they are removed. You must reinstall the rollers. 9) l o . (See Fig. This runway will be located and can be adjusted for different tread width adjacent the column with power unit bracket attached. n nut.Fig. All cables should have ID tags showing proper cable lengths. 7 Fig. 8 ( Runway Installation ) ( Cable STEP 6 Installation ) IMPORTANT! Be careful not to damage the chrome cylinder rod during this operation.
Install the two 90 degree hydraulic fittings to the POWER PORT and RETURN PORT of the power unit and connect the hoses as described below. Mount the power unit to the mounting bracket using the 5/16” x 3/4” hex bolts and nylon nuts then fill the reservoir with 15 quarts of 10-WT hydraulic oil or Dexron III automatic transmission fluid. 4. DO NOT USE TEFLON TAPE on JIC flared end. Install the two 90-degree fittings at the cylinder ports. 11 ) STEP 8 ( Routing Hydraulic Hoses ) 1. MAKE SURE HOSES ARE KEPT CLEAR OF CABLES. Install the two standard bulkhead couplers at the outside of the POWERSIDE RUNWAY adjacent to the power unit. It will be necessary to remove shipping plugs from both ports prior to installing fittings. On the pipe thread side of the fittings it is recommended to use teflon tape or pipe sealer. Tighten securely. ( See Fig.STEP 7 ( Power Unit Installation ) 1. Connect hydraulic hoses as shown below making sure to first pass through the retaining rings locatedon the underside of the runway. ( See Fig. 2. 12 ) Fig. 11 9 . 3.
AIR PRESSURE SHOULD BE REGULATED TO 125 PSI MAX. ( See Fig.STEP 9 ( Routing Airline ) Route the airline as shown below making sure to position the push button air valve with the INLET facing towards the AIR SOURCE and the OUTLET facing the direction of the COILED AIR HOSE. 13 10 . Improper assembly may result in safety lock failure. Pay careful attention to keep airline clear of any pinch points. 13 ) Fig.
It may be necessary to tighten or loosen each cable to reach the proper height. rain or other damp environments. 3.button switch. This will allow any air trapped in power unit. Make sure the power unit reservoir is full with 15 quarts of 10-WT hydraulic oil or Dexron-III automatic transmission fluid. Once the lift starts to raise. ) Be sure to size wire for a 25 amp circuit. IF vapors. ( If you ordered optional three phase power refer to the data plate found on the motor for proper power supply. Failure to follow these steps could result in serious injury or death in the event of cable failure. If the motor RISK OF EXPLOSION! sounds like it is operating properly. not covered under warranty. ADJUST EACH CABLE SO THAT THE SAFETY LOCKS REST AT ONE INCH ABOVE THE TOP SAFETY LOCK POSITION. Motor should not be located in a recessed MOTOR GETS HOT OR SOUNDS PECULIAR. 14 ) 11 . damage to motor will occur which is the cylinder and lines to escape and vent into the fluid reservoir. 2. Have a certified electrician run 208 . STEP 12 ( Installing Slack Safety Springs ) The following steps involve the SLACK CABLE SAFETY DEVICE and MAIN SAFETY. STOP IMMEDIATELY AND RE-CHECK area or below floor level.230 volt single phase 60 HZ power supply to motor. The nylon cable nuts MUST be tightened on each end until there is at least 1/4” of threads through the nylon end of the nut. simultaneously press the power unit lowering handle at the same time you are pressing the IMPORTANT NOTE: DO NOT USE 110 VOLT POWER SUPPLY for this raise button. STEP 11 ( Lift Start Up ) 1. Test the power unit by depressing the push. raise This equipment has internal arcing or parts that may spark and should not be exposed to flammable lift and check all hose connections for leaks. 1. Continue raising the lift slowly until all the slack in separate circuit breaker for each lift. NEVER expose motor to ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. Make sure spring ends are secure at both ends. You must use a 5. the cables is taken out. Spray the inside of the columns where the slide blocks glide with a light lubricant or WD-40. UNDER WARRANTY. ( See Fig. Install the SLACK SAFETY LOCK SPRINGS on the REAR CROSS TUBE as shown. DAMAGE TO MOTOR CAUSED BY WATER IS NOT COVERED 4. RAISE THE LIFT UNTIL THE CYLINDER BOTTOMS OUT AND THE LIFT STOPS.STEP 10 ( Power-Unit Start Up ) 1.
Install the approach ramps on the entry side of the lift. 15 2. It will be necessary to re-adjust the cables a week after first use. After connecting the air supply. Run the lift up and down a few times to insure that the locks are engaging uniformly and that the safety release mechanisms are functioning properly. 4. 3. then lower the lift Operation. then every three to six months thereafter. ( See Fig. Drive a vehicle onto the lift making sure to set the emergency before exiting the vehicle. press the PUSH All Screws. SAFETY PIVOT 5. Tighten the cable adjusting nuts on the top of each column and at the cylinder flange until all Post-Installation Check-Off remaining safety locks raise to one inch above the top lock position. Re-adjust if necessary. Bolts. 3. 14 Fig. This will ensure that the cables Columns Properly Shimmed And Stable are adjusted evenly. Re-adjust if necessary. 12 . Check all MAIN SAFETY LOCKS to make sure they move freely and spring back to the lock position when released. Maintenance and Safety Manuals on Site by pressing the push button air valve and power unit lowering valve simultaneously.NOTE: There will be some initial stretching of the cables in the beginning. and Pins Secured BUTTON AIR VALVE and check that all safety Surrounding Area Clean locks are functioning properly. Lubricate all points with WD-40 or equal. Anchor Bolts Tightened Pivot / Roller Pins Properly Attached Electric Power Supply Confirmed Cables Adjusted Properly Safety Locks Functioning Properly The nylon cable nuts MUST be tightened on Check For Hydraulic Leaks each end until there is at least 1/4” of threads Oil Level through the nylon end of the nut. Check For Overhead Obstructions Runways Level 2. Failure to Lubrication of Critical Components do so could result in serious injury or death. 15 ) Fig. Run the lift up and down two times with a vehicle to ensure that the locks are engaging uniformly and that the safety release mechanisms are functioning properly. STEP 13 ( Final Assembly ) 1. Install the front tire stops.
13 . DO NOT USE LIFT if any component is found to be defective or worn. be sure all personnel are clear of the lift and surrounding area. If one of the locks inadvertently locks on descent the lift and/or vehicle may disrupt causing personal injury or death. Raise the lift to the desired height by pressing the push button on the power unit. WARNING! NEVER EXCEED THE RATED CAPACITY of lift. Push the LOWERING HANDLE on the power unit until the lift has descended completely. Check to make sure all four safeties are engaged BEFORE ENTERING work area. NEVER LEAVE LIFT IN ELEVATED CONDITION unless all four safety locks are engaged.OPERATION: To Raise Lift. Set parking brake or use wheel chock to hold vehicle in position. Press the push button air safety valve and HOLD. Do not allow cables to be remain slack. Lubricate all rollers with general purpose oil or WD-40. Position vehicle tires in the center of each runway. When lowering the lift PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION that all personnel and objects are kept clear. Lubricate safety lock pivot points with general purpose oil or WD-40. Check all cables for excessive signs of wear Make a visual inspection of ALL MOVING PARTS and check for excessive signs of wear Replace ALL FAULTY PARTS before lift is put back into operation. ALWAYS STAND CLEAR of lift when lowering or raising. ALWAYS make sure that all FOUR LOCKS are disengaged. Before raising vehicle. To Lower Lift. Make sure you raise the lift by at least two inches to allow adequate clearance for the locks to clear. ALWAYS keep a visual line of site on the lift AT ALL TIMES. lower the lift on the nearest safety lock. ALWAYS INSURE SAFETY LOCKS ARE ENGAGED before entering work area. NEVER OPERATE LIFT with any person or equipment below. Raise the lift off the safety locks by pressing the push button on the power unit. Check all cable connections. After vehicle is raised to the desired height. NEVER OPERATE LIFT with any person or equipment below. Weekly Maintenance Monthly Maintenance Check safety locks to insure they are in good operating condition. Pay careful attention to overhead clearances. bolts and pins to insure proper mounting.
5-325mm PWR.5-1600mm SHORT CYL.UNIT φ12 FLAT WASHER AIR VALVE BRKT M3×30 SLOT. 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 DESCRIPTION Φ14 HEX NUT Φ14 LOCK WASHER M14-35 HHB M14-105 HHB M10-35 HHB φ10 LOCK WASHER M10 HAX NUT M24 NYLOCK NUT φ24 FLAT WASHER AIR VALVE BLUE AIR HOSE C-SHIMS φ20 PUSH ON WASHER NPT3/8-M14×1.5 HHB FOR PWR. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 DESCRIPTION POST POWER SIDE POST PAMP POWER SIDE REAR OFF SIDE REAR CROSSTUBE FRONT CROSSTUBE CYLINDER POWER UNIT NPT3/8-M14×1.UNIT QTY 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 25 4 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 8 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 NYLOCK NUT FOR PWR.FLANGE ARM ASSY HAIR PIN AIR CYLINDER SPRING M6-20 NYLOCK NUT M8 ROD END M8-100 HEX HEAD BOLT COTTER PIN φ35 FLAT WASHER φ22 E-RING 1/8NPTM10×1TUBE BRASS FITT CLOSE NIPLE 1/8 AIR HOSE BULKHEAD FITT M20 POLY BRANCH TEE M20 POLY TITE UNION TEE M14×1.UNIT NPT3/8-M14×1.5 HHB FOR PWR.HEAD SCREW M22 CABLE 3210 LONG M22 CABLE 4820 LONG M22 CABLE 7520 LONG M22 CABLE 9120 LONG LONG CYL.HOSE M14×1.UNIT QTY 3 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 8 4 8 4 4 4 4 4 16 4 6 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 4 2 2 2 NO.HOSE M14×1.5 STRAIGHT FITTING NPT3/8-M14×1.UNIT M22 NYLOCK NUT POST TOP PLATE SLIDE BLOCKS SAFETY 2 SAFETY 2 ROLLER PIN SAFETY PIN CROSSTUBE ROLLER M20 ANCHOR BOLT HD-ROLLER AXLE PIN HD-RAMP SHEEVE ROLLER SLACK SAFETY SHEEVE ROLLER CYL.5-1700mm DRIVE UP RAMP HINGE PIN TIRE STOPS 76mm SPACER 39mm SPACER 8mm SPACER .PARTS LIST NO.5 HHB FOR PWR.UNIT HOSE M14×1.5 HHB FOR PWR.
We shall in no event be liable for death. To take advantage of this warranty. • PO Box 6009 • Camarillo. negligence or accidents. proof of purchase date and an explanation of the complaint must accompany the merchandise. or to lack of maintenance. 3491 Mission Oaks Blvd. we will either repair or replace the product at our election or we may elect to refund the purchase price if we cannot readily and quickly provide you with a replacement. then you must bear the cost of returning the product. expreSS or implied. repairs or alterations outside our facilities. contingent. CA 93011 • (800) 444-3353 .Limited 90 day warranty Harbor Freight Tools Co. inCluding THe WarranTieS oF merCHanTabiliTy and FiTneSS. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. abuse. or for incidental. the product or part must be returned to us with transportation charges prepaid. THiS WarranTy iS expreSSly in lieu oF all oTHer WarranTieS. if our inspection verifies the defect. so the above limitation of exclusion may not apply to you. or that the defect resulted from causes not within the scope of our warranty. special or consequential damages arising from the use of our product. This warranty does not apply to damage due directly or indirectly. makes every effort to assure that its products meet high quality and durability standards. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. We will return repaired products at our expense. to misuse. but if we determine there is no defect. and warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship for the period of ninety days from the date of purchase. injuries to persons or property.
This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
We've moved you to where you read on your other device.
Get the full title to continue reading from where you left off, or restart the preview.