INSPECTION NOTE: On all components, make sure there are no loose or missing parts, everything is securely fastened, no visible damage, or excessive wear exists in addition to any other criteria mentioned.
Check for any debris stuck to or around wheels. Make sure axle bolts are fastened.
Check for cracks or corrosion, especially around the mast-stump base (see Figure 2-1.)
Check level indicator is clean, secure and responds to movement.
Base - Platform Emergency Lowering Tool
Check that the platform emergency lowering tool is in place on the base frame and in good working order.
Mast Assembly(s) - (Check both mast assemblies on the FT140 model)
No cracks or corrosion, especially around base of mast
No excess wear, kinks, nicks or damage; slide pad running surfaces smooth and unobstructed; free of dirt or debris.
Platform Latch Assembly
With platform not mounted to mast, inspect the mast pin mounts and their connections for any signs of damage. If no damage is present to the mounts, with platform mounted to mast, check that latch assembly is engaged with bottom of mast pin mount when released, see Figure 2-4.
Adjustable Leveling Feet/Locking Castor Wheel
Check for any debris stuck to or around mechanism
Check for damage. FT70-Non-skid pads (on bottom of foot) must be in good working order. FT140 - Castor wheel swivels freely and wheel brake working properly.
Swivel Castor Mechanism (FT70)
Engage handle is not bent or broken.
Check for any debris stuck to or around mechanism.
Castor wheel swivels freely.
Manual Descent Crank
Ensure it is present and securely attached in platform
Platform Assembly and Gate
Check mounting pins are not loose; platform railing is undamaged; self-closing entry gates are in proper working order; no cracks or corrosion visible.
Tool tray is seated securely on the platform top and side rails and resting on the mast top carry handle.
No cracks or bends in tray.
Both of the straps are securely attached to the platform side rails (See Figure 2-6.).
Decals are in place and legible.
Maximum Load: The maximum permissible load on the tool tray is 33 lb. (15kg) evenly distributed.
Powerpack - Control and Drive Unit (FT70 - Control Unit optional)
Ensure it is properly mounted and latched onto mast cap.
Button, triggers and switches not obscured or damaged
Decals secure and legible
Emergency stop switch reset for operation
Control markings legible
Battery is installed and secure.
Source: MaintainX (Community Member)