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I have a problem where the chair of a Stannah stairlift goes so far and then stops, a sounder then beeps at regular intervals. On trying the remote control or on-board controls, the chair moves again but can stop at any time thereafter and in no particular part of the travel.
Batteries read ok at about 12.8V - 13.5V, these being 12V 7Ah lead acid types and were fitted four years ago although the stairlift has not been used for most of this time due to the person for whom it was fitted having passed away.
Any suggestions as to why this problem occurs?
 
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has it a charge lead going into unit or brass contact top/bottom track.? chargers are 27.5vdc at 500ma,thats 14 hours<7ah divided by 500ma>to fully charge batts,they cost £30 a pair, 4 years old? change em!
 
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Here we go again, confusion is caused when a moderator deletes a post containing spam. You walked in just at the wrong moment.
 
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Hello does anyone know where I can get some drawings of a Stannah 260, I have circuit diagrams also does anyone have a picture of where this fits please ?
 
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