Question about Pride Mobility Products Casual CL30KD Lift Chair Chestnut
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pride Lift Chair
Yes, jump, short, somehow bypass the switch and see if the chair moves. In 4 of 5 cases, I have had to replace the switch. Its the only part I carry with for "spares". Its an easy fix, and a lot cheaper than replacingt the whole hand control.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: Switch Wireing Diagram
The motor operates on low voltage DC current Robert. You will have a negative and a positive, like a car. The center connector is a common, meaning that it will be connecting to the motor whenever you switch is activated to make it go, and the other two are positive and negative to control either up or down. These should be color coded red and black and will go to the outside connectors and the remaining wire will go to the center common connection. Hook it up and then test the chair lift button. If it doesn't lift, you need to reverse the two outside wires for correct polarity, or just use the switch controls opposite; up for down, down for up.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
The easiest way to do this is to tip the chair forward so that the top of the chair and the arms are on the floor. The weight of the chair will be off the lift frame in this position. Look at the motor and you will see it connected to the frame with 2 hitch pins.
It is easiest to remove the top hitch pin which will now be on the bottom because the chair is upside down. Pull the clip (looks like half of a paper clip) from the pin that goes through the square chair frame and motor round tube. Pull out the pin by lifting the bottom of the motor slightly(now at the top because the chair is upside down)with your left hand and pulling the pin out with your right hand. Find the two nylon washers that have fallen out when you do this.
Swing the motor tube out of the way toward the front of the chair. Hold on to the pin, clip, and 2 nylon washers for re-assembly. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
With Golden Technologies chairs, there is a self diagnostic system. There are LED lights at the transformer and the hand control. If you do have have lights at the transformer, it may be a power issue or a bad transformer. If you have lights at the transformer but not the hand control, it is the hand control. Since you state you ahve lights on the hand control, it is probably a motor issue.
The best thing you can do is call the store which sold you the chair or call Golden directly at 1-800-624-6374. While they do not sell directly to the public, they can point you to a local dealer who can help with the repair.
Posted on Sep 19, 2011
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