ULTIMATE POWER LIFT OWNERS MANUAL

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INTRODUCTION, ongratulations on your purchase of a DECO Power Lift Inc system We appreciate. C your business and want you to know you have purchased the finest lift available This. owner s manual is designed to provide vital information on safety operation. maintenance and warranty of your new lift Models covered in this owner s manual include. 4 000 to 40 000 lb lifting capacity systems Your Model Number Serial Number stamped on. the gear box housing located on the upper beams is recorded below To ACTIVATE. YOUR FACTORY WARRANTY coverage please take a moment to complete and return. your warranty card The warranty card is attached to the inside cover of your owner s. Model Number Serial Number, Retain this manual for future reference about your Lift system Additional information on. initial setup troubleshooting maintenance ELECTRICAL WIRING SPECIFICATIONS. and a packing list is included in the appendix for your reference For more detailed. information on these topics or other technical information please contact DECO Power Lift. Inc direct by calling 727 736 4529 For a list of optional equipment on your dock and. DECO Boat Lift please visit our website at WWW DECOBOATLIFT COM. Thank you for your purchase and please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Richard P Massell,Deco Power Lift Inc, Read this manual carefully before operating your cradle lift. Your cradle lift is not intended for human lifting. TABLE OF CONTENTS,OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 1,PERSONAL SAFETY. Things to NEVER Do 2,Things to ALWAYS Do 2,Other Safety Precautions 2.
INITIAL SET UP,Chock Positioning 3,Guide on Position 3. Boat Positioning On Cradle 3 4,OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. Lowering the Cradle and Launching the Boat 4,Parking the Boat and Raising the Cradle 5. Operating Wireless Remote Control Unit optional equipment 6. PWC Operation 6,MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS,Routine Lubrication 7. Routine Maintenance 8,Maintenance Wireless Remote Control 8.
Elevator Maintenance 8,PWC Maintenance 8,WARRANTY 9. Appendix A Trouble Shooting 10,Appendix B Maintenance Check List 11. Appendix C Electrical Wiring Specifications 12 19,Appendix D Packing List 20. Appendix E Motor Installation Replacement 21,WIRING TABLES. Table 1 Motor Specifications 12, Table 2 Wire Size for 110 and 220 Volt Single Phase Circuits 13.
Table 3 Wiring Connections for 220 Volt Single Phase Circuits 13. Table 4 Wiring Connections for 110 Volt Single Phase Circuits 14. Table 5 Brake Motor Wiring Connections for 220 Volt 14. Table 6 Wiring Connections for AO Smith to Gem Remotes 15. Table 7 Gem Remotes Auto Stop Limit Switch Set up 16. Table 8 Wire Size for 120 and 240 Volt Single Phase Circuits for TEC Remote Controls 17. Table 9 Wiring Connections for 120 and 240 Volt Single Phase Circuits for TEC Remote Controls 18. Table 10 TEC Remotes Auto Control Limit Switch Set up 19. OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT, 1 ALUMINUM STERN PLATFORMS The stern platforms are used for easy access maintenance. and flushing of the engine and lower unit The stern platforms are highly recommended with. outboards and inboard outboard motors, 2 ALUMINUM WALK WAYS The walkways provide a work platform down the side of the boat or. Jet Ski for easy access maintenance and cleaning Walkways are available in lengths ranging from. 10 24 CUSTOM STAIRS that attach to the walkways are available for boats that are difficult to. board Stairs are available in heights ranging from 2 5. 3 CABLE RETENTION SYSTEM This patented feature is added during the manufacturing of the. lift providing solutions to cables overlapping or nesting which can damage cables This system. features a deep grooved cable winder and molded plastic retaining device that protects and secures the. lift cables within the grooves, 4 WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL PANEL This unit contains a control box on the dock and a. hand held remote control which will raise and lower the lift up to a distance of approximately 50 100. feet An auto stop feature can also be added to this unit. 5 STAINLESS STEEL MOTORS The ultimate protection for electric motors in the marine. environment is a stainless steel motor housing Virtually eliminates rust and corrosion. 6 ALUMINUM FISH CLEANING TABLE The all aluminum fish table with a brown powder coat. finish features a polymer cutting top insert with a wet top valve controlled water spray to keep the. cutting surface clean The debris flows into the front tray and down the support leg into the water. under the dock The table is designed to save dock space by mounting on the edge of the dock and. extending out over the water Fish Cleaning Table dimensions 54 L x 22 5 W x 36 H. 7 SLIDING STEP LADDER 7 extended 2 retracted marine grade aluminum step ladder. Maximum capacity of 250 lbs When in the up position the bottom of the ladder is out of the water to. prevent barnacles and other marine growth, 8 ALUMINUM DOT RAILINGS Constructed of marine grade 2 diameter aluminum tubing with. 2 x 2 box stanchions in 36 and 42 heights Adaptable to top mount or side mount applications. Meets or exceeds all building code requirements, 9 ALUMINUM GANGWAYS 3 5 widths constructed of marine grade bleacher plank with side.
railings mounting hinge plate and rollers optional handicap accessible features include transition. plate and safety traction ridges for added protection. 10 CUSTOM ACCESSORIES Custom aluminum accessories including stairs access ramps catwalks. and safety hand railings are available upon request Custom accessories are manufactured to meet. customer requirements,DECO Power Lift Inc,1041 Harbor Lake Drive Safety Harbor FL 34695 1. Phone 727 736 4529 Fax 727 736 8703 FL Toll Free 800 204 4178 Email sales decoboatlift com. PERSONAL SAFETY, NOTE The following personal safety precautions have been developed based on previous customer. experiences Reading and understanding these recommendations can prevent Personal Injury or Property. Damage while using the Ultimate Power Lift system DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKES. I Things to NEVER Do, 1 NEVER ride in the boat while it is being lifted The lift is not intended for human lifting Remove. people and cargo before raising the boat, 2 NEVER leave the lift running while unattended Damage and or injury could result. 3 NEVER operate the lift while people are under near or standing on the lift. 4 NEVER load the lift beyond the factory specified lifting capacity. 5 NEVER allow the boat to fill with water Water increases the total lifting weight which may exceed. the capacity of the lift Empty before lifting, 6 NEVER leave the lower cradle in the water Electrolysis can cause structural damage.
7 NEVER allow lifting cables to wrap on top of each other or damage to the cable will result. 8 NEVER leave the stern of the boat hanging more aft than approximately 4 ft from the lower rear. beam The center of gravity of the boat should be centered on the lower cradle This will depend on. the type and weight of the boat being lifted See initial set up section. 9 NEVER use Stern Platforms optional item while the lift is empty Stern Platforms are designed for. use when your boat is ON THE LIFT, 10 NEVER use the Walkways optional item while the lift is empty Walkways are designed for use. when your boat is ON THE LIFT, 11 NEVER power boat onto the lift If there is not enough water to float boat onto lift WAIT for a higher. II Things to ALWAYS Do,1 ALWAYS keep hands away from all moving parts. 2 ALWAYS turn main power supply to the lift OFF when not in use. 3 ALWAYS watch the boat as it rises to be sure of proper placement of the boat on the lift Lower and. reposition if required, 4 ALWAYS raise lower cradle beams above the high tide water level. 5 ALWAYS inspect lifting cables for damage or frays If problems are found replace cables. immediately,III Other Safety Precautions,1 For use by adults only.
2 The transmission ranges of the Wireless Remote Control units optional item can fluctuate and the lift. can be ACCIDENTALLY started with the hand held remote or may be triggered by another remote. and require re coding Do not allow the hand held unit to become wet ACCIDENTAL activation of. the lift can occur Control panel switch should be in OFF position when the lift is not in use to. prevent unauthorized or ACCIDENTAL operation, 3 Regular maintenance will insure the safety performance and longevity of the Ultimate Power Lift. DECO Power Lift Inc,1041 Harbor Lake Drive Safety Harbor FL 34695 2. Phone 727 736 4529 Fax 727 736 8703 FL Toll Free 800 204 4178 Email sales decoboatlift com. INITIAL SET UP, NOTE Initial set up of both the lift and proper positioning of the boat on the lift is crucial for safe long. term operation of the lift Positioning of chocks bunks guide ons and boat on the lift should be set by the. installer and checked by the owner The installer should be present with the owner on the initial lift to. insure safe operation and proper boat positioning,I Chock Positioning. 1 The forward two chocks and the rear two chocks should be the same distance away from the center of. the front and back lower cradle beams respectively This will result in the boat being centered port to. starboard on the lower cradle, 2 The chocks should be set near under the main support stringers of the hull Typically these stringers.
coincide with the chines under the boat Initial separation of the chocks used by many installers is 30. inches in the front and 36 inches in the rear, 3 Do not position the chocks directly under the chine The chock should be set just inside or just outside. the boat chines, 4 Do not position chocks under through hull fittings Damage to the boat can result if the chocks contact. through hull fittings, 5 When conditions of low water exist spread chocks so the center of hull is as close as possible to the. lower beam without contacting beam,II Guide on Positioning. 1 The Guide ons should be centered on the lower cradle which will result in the boat being centered. port to starboard on the lower cradle Guide ons and chocks must come off the same center. 2 Guide on spacing on the lower cradle should be set to the beam of the boat Guide ons should be. SNUG not tight along the sides of the boat to ensure proper positioning of the boat on the cradle and. III Boat Positioning, 1 SLOWLY position the boat using the PVC Guide ons over the cradle Always float the boat over the.
lift never power on the lift The CENTER OF GRAVITY of the boat should be centered between. the fore and aft lower cradle beams This position of the boat on the cradle will depend on the type. and weight of the boat being lifted, NOTE Physically feeling the tension in the front and rear cables is an easy way to determine if the boat. needs to move forward or backward in the lift With proper positioning the cable should feel the. same As a general rule never leave the stern of the boat hanging aft more than approximately 4 ft. from the rear lower beam, 2 The PVC guide on can also help guide the boat fore and aft into the proper lift position When the. boat is in the proper position fore and aft see note above take a visual bearing of the location of a. guide on in relationship to a cleat or marking on the boat Use this marking for future reference and. always return to this center of gravity location when lifting the boat. DECO Power Lift Inc,1041 Harbor Lake Drive Safety Harbor FL 34695 3. Phone 727 736 4529 Fax 727 736 8703 FL Toll Free 800 204 4178 Email sales decoboatlift com. 3 It is important to establish a reference point with electrical tape to know when you have submerged. the cradle to a sufficient depth to get your boat on off the lift Begin by lowering the cradle until the. boat floats Then mark the PVC guide on at the water line with electrical tape Now when the lift is. lowered to the tape mark your boat will float both on and off the lift Continue lowering the lift. slowly until the lower cradle hits bottom stop and raise the lift six inches Mark cable at winder. with electrical tape to establish a reference point warning that the lower cradle will hit bottom and. cables will lose tension, 4 Proper positioning of the boat includes making sure the water will drain to the back of the boat and. bilge pump This is accomplished by slightly raising the front of the boat The cables are shipped from. the factory with a minimum two inch pitch The installer can further adjust the cables to raise the front. lower beam In addition the two front chocks bunks can be moved closer together to increase the. pitch of the boat for proper drainage, 5 Elevator Boat Positioning The key factor regarding operation and safety is proper boat positioning.
The center of gravity CG of the boat must be located in the center of the lift cradle beams. however every boat is different Typically the CG is just behind the steering station Proper boat. position fore and aft is critical in Elevator Lift operation If you are uncertain where your CG is. contact the boat manufacturer Typically the transom of the boat should not protrude over four feet. past the rear lower elevator lift beam,OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. NOTE Read the Personal Safety section of this manual before operating the lift Always inspect cables. belts and sheaves pulleys for deterioration damage and required maintenance each time the lift is used. If the lift has sat idle for more than two months a thorough inspection and lubrication is required before. ULTIMATE POWER LIFT OWNERS MANUAL INTRODUCTION ongratulations on your purchase of a DECO Power Lift Inc system We appreciate your business and want you to know you have purchased the finest lift available This owner s manual is designed to provide vital information on safety operation maintenance and warranty of your new lift Models covered in this owner s manual include 4 000 to

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