Routine maintenance can identify potential failures before they occur, eliminating unscheduled service calls and equipment down-time. In general, industry pros recommend that maintenance be performed every 250 hours of use to ensure equipment safety and reasonable service life.

Preventative Maintenance Programs are the best way to get the most out of your equipment investment:

  • Rapid response time for emergency repairs
  • Inspect and test product safety features / mechanisms
  • Inspect and adjust drive, timing and running belts
  • Check for worn cables, belts, pulleys
  • Clean and lubricate chains, bearings and guide rods
  • Check and log mileage, amp draw and diagnostic / error codes
  • Check auto-lube wax levels, motor brushes / commutator
  • Adjust / tighten loose hardware, cables and belts, belt tracking
  • Perform full function tests
  • Thoroughly wipe down equipment, vacuum under motor / side covers

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