Once Your Box Dumper Has Been Installed

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What should I be looking for during an inspection of my new box dumper?

Once Your Box Dumper Has Been Installed

Once a box dumper has been installed, it will need to be inspected to make sure the hoses, wires, tubes and limiter switches are in good condition and proper working order. Frayed wires, chafed hoses, hoses that are pinched, damaged tubes or oil leaks are indications that the unit is not in operating condition.

If you notice any of these things during the inspection, make a note on your bill and contact the manufacturer immediately. If the inspection goes well, you'll need to operate the box dumper through several "up and "down" cycles before approving it for regular use.

   

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