Archive for the ‘Home stair lift support’ Category

Where can I buy a stair lift that I can install myself?

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

There are a various places that you can look for a home stair lift that you can install your self.  Argos has a stair lift that you are able to install yourself because installation is included.  Otherwise you can check for used home stair lifts on various sites around the web such as eBay and Craig’s List. 

Contacting the manufactures or companies that sell home stair lifts may also provide ways to find a stair lift that you can install yourself.

Home Stair Lift not working

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

Are you having problems with your stair lift or your home stair lift?  Is it not working?

What is wrong with your home stair lift?  What kind of problems are you having?  have you contacted the manufacture of your stair lift?

Leave a question in the comments and your home stair lift or stair lift questions will get answered.

My Stannah Stair Lift seems fine but will not work.

Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

Going through my operating instructions for a Stannah Stair Lift; the stair lift seems fine but currently does not work.  My first thought is that the battery in the stair lift may have died. Is there a battery for it, if so how do I charge it so the home stair lift can be used again.

Answer:

The home Stannah Stair Lift does not have a battery in it as according to the a Stannah employee engineer as it works on mains power. There could be a power cut or a fuse blown some where in the unit.  You could try checking the mains fuse inside the primary power control box.  This box would be placed on the wall or somewhere else adjacent to the chair install wall control panel.

If the power isn’t the cause try checking the drive belt that runs the home stair lift the full length of the stairs and back.  If the belt is jammed the home stair lift will have to be dismantled to free it up or replace it.  This if this is the case it should be replaced by a Stannah employee or repair tech.