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Inspection, Operation And Maintenance - Honeywell MILLER ManHandler 8442SS/65FT User Instruction Manual

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4.0 Inspection, Operation & Maintenance
4.1 Inspection and Operation
WARNING:
required unless the unit is subjected to the forces of arresting a fall or affecting a rescue.
CAUTION:
can cause injury!
affect the integrity and operation of the product. If in doubt, contact the manufacturer.
The entire length of the lifeline should be checked for signs of damage. Inspect for
cuts or broken strands, unusual wearing patterns, corrosion, kinks, or chemical damage.
cable lifeline, and:
a) Rotate the crank handle in a counter clockwise direction to extend cable from the unit (lower).
Note: When the cranking is stopped, the friction brakes must securely hold the load without
the crank handle rotating. Should this brake malfunction, an independent overspeed braking
system will be activated.
b) Rotate the crank handle clockwise to return the cable to the unit (raise). There should be a
clicking noise heard while the cable is being cranked into the unit.
mechanism functions properly, and the swivel rotates smoothly. The gate should seat into the
nose without binding and should not be distorted or obstructed. The gate spring should exert
the push pins are properly installed through the mounting bracket. If the system is equipped
with a sheave and carabiner, check to ensure the carabiner is properly seated and in the
locked position between the sheave and anchorage point.
UNITS THAT DO NOT PASS INSPECTION OR HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED
TO THE FORCES OF ARRESTING A FALL OR AFFECTING A RESCUE
4.2 Maintenance
Basic care of all safety equipment will prolong the durable life of the unit and will contribute
toward the performance of its vital safety function.
Servicing
Servicing of the Miller ManHandler Hoist/Winch must only be carried out by Miller Fall
Protection or persons or entities authorized in writing by Miller Fall Protection. A record log
of all servicing and inspection dates for this device must be maintained. Only original Miller
replacement parts are approved for use in this device. Repairable devices must be returned to
they do not pass inspection or have been subjected to the forces of arresting a fall or affecting a
rescue. Non-repairable devices that do not pass inspection must be disposed of in a manner to
prevent inadvertent further use. Contact your Miller distributor for a return authorization number.
Cleaning and Storage
Periodically clean the exterior of the device and wipe the lifeline using a damp cloth and mild
detergent. Towel dry. Store in a clean, dry location when not in use.
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Check the snap hook to be sure that the gate operates freely, the locking
Make sure the unit is properly anchored to the mounting device and
MUST BE REMOVED FROM SERVICE.
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Inspect the unit for bent, cracked, distorted,
Apply a light tension [50 lbs. (23kg) minimum] on the
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