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Scissor Lift Table, 300 lb., 23 In. L
- Item # 19A867
- Mfr. Model # LSJ03-13.5
- UNSPSC # 24101617
- Catalog Page # 1623
- Shipping Weight 32.0 lbs.
- Item Scissor Lift Table
- Load Capacity 300 lb.
- Powered By Manual
- Platform Length 23-3/16"
- Platform Width 22-3/16"
- Raised Height 17-3/4"
- Lowered Height 3-1/2"
- Frame Material Steel and Aluminum
- Platform Style Fixed
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1.The operating instructions are as follows:
Position lift under appropriate lift points,
centering load on lift plate. Be sure to center
2. Install ¼” hex key into drill motor’s chuck
and tighten (hex key not supplied).
3. Install hex key into lift’s height adjustment
screw and start drill motor. Note direction
of lift, and if lift is moving in opposite direction,
reverse drill motor’s rotation, and continue
4. Only after centering and leveling the load,
slowly and carefully raise the lift by the drill
5. To lower lift, reverse rotation of drill motor,
and carefully and slowly lower lift to lowest
position. DO NOT move or pry on the lift in
the raised position.
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