How it Works-
Stair Climbing Progression
Step 1 :
Secure your load to the LECTROTRUCK.
Place the LECTROTRUCK against the bottom step.
Step 2 :
With the push of the "wheels up" button, move the
wheels straight up, to the top of the next step.
Step 3 :
Tip the LECTROTRUCK back and set the wheels on the second step. By raising the wheels you are raising the bottom of the load and the handles up, giving you better leverage.
Climbing Up Notes: When starting from the bottom, level ground, the wheels must be on the second step for load clearance and to properly climb up the steps.
When the wheels reach the second step, raise the bottom of the load up and only one step at a time.
After the wheels have reached the second step, raising the load two steps at a time in the up direction is not recommended.
Step 4 :
With the wheels set in place on the second step, lean down and back on top of the LECTROTRUCK. This will raise the load off the ground, and will also roll the wheels back to the rear of the step. Now power the "load up" button to make the LECTROTRUCK lift the load onto the next step.
Step 5 :
After the load is set on the next step, lean the LECTROTRUCK slightly forward and power the “Wheels Up” button so the wheels come up to another step.
Step 6 :
Now that your wheels are on another step, counterbalance the load and power it up to the next step. Keep repeating this procedure
until you have reached the top of the steps.
Climbing Down Notes: When starting from the top level step, the loa must be on the second step for wheel clearance and to properly climb down the steps.
When the load reach the second step, lower the bottom of the wheels down and only one step at a time.
After the wheels have reached the second step, lowering the load two steps at a time in the down direction is not recommended.