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Our new spacelift 5000 (attic lift) won't come down

The operating panel says Error: slack cable

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Ginger, have you solved the problem? Please consult SpaceLiftProducts.com or call us at 310-373-3898. We'll respond immediately. Thank you.

Posted on May 10, 2013

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SOURCE: rear door (lift) won't latch/lock. I am having to tie the door down so it won't open while driving. Any suggetsions on fow to fix it? Thanks

try to spray like WD40 to release.

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