TAC 20 How many Starts before Shut Down

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How many starts or how much time before the shut down timer shuts the unit down. From what I have heard they will shut down eventually without being plugged into.

-- Brian (m428rl@hotmail.com), February 26, 2005



Find a new circle of friends, what they have told you is bullshit...

-- Will (mtnrambo@msn.com), February 26, 2005.

Fine constructive answer this, why not try answering a question for a change eg-what type of lift etc-floors,drive-moderator, we are all sick of this guy using bad language-can u do something about it please,,,,,,,,,,,,

-- (groucho0@aol.com), February 27, 2005.

Hey Groucho0,

Bite my ass...

There are no "timers" in the TAC 20 to tell it to shutdown...

-- Will (mtnrambo@msn.com), February 27, 2005.

Brian, If you are in doubt about taking one on service then don't. In this day and age trust me no manufacturer would risk the law suit by putting such timers in there software, if there was a customer would only have to hire a software lawyer like Otis did when they proved Dover and Millar copied there manuals and trouble shooting diagnostics back in the 1990's. If a manufacturer did such a thing they would go on the list as incredibly stupid.

-- George (longshaft@aol.com), February 27, 2005.

I already have it on maintenance but was just wondering. It's easy to say "don't maintain it" but when it's in a package of a dozen others that are easily maintainable and the tender says "owner to supply all specialty tools", who cares if it dies tomorrow. Just curious what to expect.

-- Brian (m428rl@hotmail.com), February 27, 2005.


The OST ( owner service tool ) is available to all TAC 20's out there, all the owner or the service company has to do, is buy it.. It will enable you to do anything a TKE Serviceman can do...

-- Will (mtnrambo@msn.com), February 27, 2005.

Well, almost anything, with the possible exception of binding a new board.

-- R. Orr (rorr503@msn.com), March 02, 2005.

or indeed-fixing a faulty lift...........................

-- (groucho0@aol.com), March 02, 2005.

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