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Manual chain hoist keeps slipping load chain when under load (lifting and lowering). It will hold when you keep tension on the slack side of load chain. Any ideas?

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Sounds if the motor brake is not holding , this is a wear part and will require adjustment/replacement over its life time , the brake is located under the motor cover , but if your not sure what to adjust ,then im gonna suggest for safetys of you and the people around it' s sake you get a profesional to service this hoist

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