MemberNovember 9, 2017 at 4:36 am
… installation manual, videos, or anything showing installation details. Acquired a used model 600 in pieces and need help installing it for my wife who can no longer use the stairs up to the bedroom. Please – any help at all would be most appreciated! Thank you all in advance & God Bless!!!
MemberNovember 9, 2017 at 9:18 pm
I would highly recommend you get a stairlift engineer who has Stannah training to install and commission your lift safely. Buying stuff in bits and fitting by a non trained person is not a good idea. I am Stannah trained and the 600 is an easy enough lift to fit and work on but to the untrained it could prove very problematical and potentially dangerous.
MemberNovember 20, 2017 at 5:03 am
ianb – Thank you very kindly for replying to my question on our Stannah 600. I very much appreciate your concern for our safety and indeed I am using all my training and 30+ years of experience as an electrical engineer to be very careful!
I do have one question if you would be so kind, I have a code “9” on the display which I believe indicates “fault” (I have perused a number of your earlier postings to arrive at this conclusion – hopefully I am correct.) I need some help in how to ascertain the “fault” condition which you indicated can be found by scrolling through the display and cross referencing to a manual of some sort.
Could you pass along the methodology to find which fault code or codes are preventing the chair from operating, please?
Thanks very much!
MemberNovember 20, 2017 at 11:07 pm
If the code 9 does not reset by switching off and on via back switch then the diagnostics need to be read to ascertain the fault code. This is why you really need a stannah trained engineer who knows how to read the diagnostics and cross reference to the manual.
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