- Yes, all of our models do comply with the California Building code, all of the models are equipped with a seat belt and arm rests that flip up, all standard.
Before any troubleshooting commences make sure the battery has a full charge!
(1) Does the lift raise or lower
(a) Check the battery connection and reconnect
(b) Check hand controls, make sure they are connected properly
(c) Check for any lose wires on the control compartment
(d) Check the connection cable for damage
(e) Check to see that the lock on the hand control or front control box is in the unlocked position.
(2) Did the lift stop moving over water and is stuck?
(a) Have a person or attendant push the emergency return button
(b) The button is located on the front of the main control box or on the underside of the control box. The emergency button overrides the hand controls in case they have failed.
(c) If the above does not work then recheck the battery, battery connection or the controls are not connected properly.
Any further questions go thru Global Lift Corp at 1-866-712-0606