Cheap Replacement Lift Chair Controllers

Importance Of Your Controller

Owners of Power Lift Chairs know that the controller is one of the most important parts of the chair. It is the one part that you use often and is the most prone to wear and tear. Here are some tips to help you keep your lift chair controller working well as well as some resources for repairing the controller and for replacements if you need them.

Caring For Your Lift Chair Hand Controls

Replacement Lift Chair ControllerAlways make sure that you are gentle with your remote control. Pressing the controller harder will not make your chair rise any faster. If the motor sounds strained and the chair does not lift up as smoothly as when new, you should not attempt to force the hand controller.

If you are using a wired controller, make sure that the coiled controller cable never gets caught under the lift chair or it may get damaged or cut.

Never drop or sit on the hand controller itself. This is an easy mistake to make if you have a pendant type controller or a wireless remote control. If you spill any liquid on your controller, unplug the chair from the power immediately to remove any chance of electric shock and dry the controller out with a cloth or with compressed air. Leave the power unplugged for a few hours till the controller is dry before resuming usage.

Repairing Lift Chair Controller

If you do end up damaging the controls, you do not need to worry as the controller and the cables are easy to repair or replace due to their modular construction. You can save some cost by replacing these yourself. If the controller cable is damaged, you can order a replacement. If the hand controller cannot be disconnected and taken to a local repair shop it may be cheaper to order a new part online. Sites like liftchair.com have all types of controllers starting at about $50. From round-up, round-down type to hand controllers with quick disconnect to protect you from tripping over the wires and to prevent damage to the controller as well. If you look around on the Internet you are also bound to come across Lift Chair Parts Sale where you will find even better deals. It is wise to buy those commonly worn out parts so you can have a ready replacement on standby. This will reduce the downtime for the lifting device and ensure a comfortable experience for the end users.

Problems with Stairlift Remote Controls

Electrical Stairlifts are operated by different modes of controls. Before we discuss the problems that can occur with the controls, we need
to understand how the stairlift functions. Basically, stairlift is a home assistive equipment to ferry users between different levels in a
home. It could be a seat for individuals, platform for wheelchairs or perch and stand frame. When the stairlift is not in use, most of the
protruding parts can be folded to save some space for walking. Parts that be folded included the seats, armrest and the footrest. The platform
can be folded upwards for a slim profile.
The stairlift can be controlled by a few buttons to execute some of the basic functions. There is the up and down button that commands the
stairlift to move in the desired direction. While the stairlift is in motion, users can also press the pause button for the stairlift
to stop in the middle of the track. It is not advisable to press the opposite button without first pausing the stairlift. The sudden change
in the direction will damage the power train of the stairlift.
There are two types of controls for the stairlift, fixed and remote. The fixed controls are located at both ends of the stairlift as well
as on the armrest of the seat. This is for users to recall the stairlift from the other end and also command the stairlift when they are
sitted.
It is a common problem to have non responsive buttons when you are trying to operate the stairlift. If there
is a beeping noise from the stairlift, the problem could be with the system and not with the controls. If there is no beeping, the controls
should be the first part to troubleshoot.For these problems, you can try to open up the control deck to view the wiring beneath.
Ensure that all the wiring are secured and not loose. You can trace the wiring to the other end to be sure that the other terminating point
is secured too.
Buttons on the stairlift and their functions
The remote controller of the stairlift is for users who are on wheelchairs and unable to reach the fixed controls. They will carry remote
controllers with them and activate the stairlift within 5 meters of the system. If the remote controller is not working, the battery may
be flat and need replacement. If replacing the battery still does not solve the problem, the issue could be with the remote control circuit
board. If your stairlift is still under warranty, you can get a free replacement. Otherwise, you can purchase old stairlift remote controls
from used stairlift dealers. They are older but compatible with major stairlift brands such as Acorn, Ameriglide, Bruno, Brooks, Stannah and
Summit etc.
Finding Cheap Replacement Stairlift Controller Online
If your stairlift warranty has expired, it will be expensive to buy new remote controllers from the manufacturer. You can search online for
stairlift stores to purchase used stairlift controllers. They are usually much cheaper than brand new controllers purchased directly and yet
they can serve the same functions. It is important that you read the controller specifications clearly so you can buy the correct replacement
online. Our store offers a 7-day return or exchange policy for stairlift controllers sold. Approach the seller for exchange immediately if it
is not compatible

Stairlift can be controlled by a few buttons to execute most of the basic functions. There is the up and down button that commands the stairlift to move in the desired direction. While  it is in motion, users can also press the pause button to stop in the middle of the track. It is not advisable to press the opposite button without first pausing the device. The sudden change in the direction will damage the power train of the system.

Common issues and problems with the remote controls can occur and it can pose a big headache for the user. There are two types of controls, fixed and remote. The fixed controls are located at both ends of the track as well as on the armrest of the seat. This is for users to recall the chair from the other end and also command when they are seated. It is a common problem to have non responsive buttons when you are trying to operate the stairlift. If there is a beeping noise heard, the problem could be with the system and not with the controls. If there is no beeping, the controls should be the first part to troubleshoot.For these problems, you can try to open up the control deck to view the wiring beneath.

Ensure that all the wiring are secured and not loose. You can trace the wiring to the other end to be sure that the other terminating point is secured too.

Buttons on the stairlift and their functions

The remote controller of the chair lift is for users who are on wheelchairs and unable to reach the fixed controls. They will carry remote controllers with them and can activate the it within 5 meters of the system. If the remote controller is not working, the battery may be flat and needs replacement. If replacing the battery still does not solve the problem, the issue could be with the remote control circuit board. If your stairlift is still under warranty, you can get a free replacement. Otherwise, you can purchase old remote controls from used device dealers.

Finding Cheap Replacement Stairlift Controller Online

If your warranty has expired, it will be expensive to buy new remote controllers from the manufacturer. You can search online to purchase used stairlift controllers. They are usually much cheaper than brand new controllers purchased directly and yet they can serve the same functions. It is important that you read the controller specifications clearly so you can buy the correct replacement online.