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Genie Lift Recall Notice

Genie Recall: Control System Malfunction

Genie Recall, February 27, 2017Models Affected

  • GS-3232
  • GS-4047
  • X-14

Issue

Genie has determined that the control system utilized on the referenced machines can malfunction. A malfunctioning control system can result in the issues listed below:

  • GS-3232: This control system malfunction allows the operator to lift and drive the machine with the platform raised above the maximum allowable travel height of 22 ft / 6.7 m. A machine that is driven with the platform raised above 22 ft / 6.7 m can cause the machine to lose stability resulting in a tip over. Note: This Safety Notice supersedes Safety Notice 120013 issued on October 15, 2012.
  • GS-4047 and X-14: This control system malfunction can cause the platform to lower after the controls are released, resulting in unintended machine movement. Unintended machine movement can result in a hazardous situation.

Action(s) Required:

  1. Locate the affected machines referenced in the recall notice.
  2. Using the tables, determine the appropriate action for your machine.

View the recall notice.

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