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C-Tech | Joystick Troubleshooting

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Joystick Troubleshooting

Over the year’s the C-Tech customer service team has received numerous calls about possible joystick problems.  How do you know when it’s time to replace your Genie or Skyjack joystick or when it could be a sign of another issue?

An operator may often feel a “pop” or “snap” in a joystick, various electronic functions may not work or work slowly, it may be leaking, and the joystick won’t raise the loader or platform basket.  Some joystick functions may still be working; it will lower, dump, steer, low speed works, and curl the bucket, but not lift the platform or bucket.

If this happens, it may be time to troubleshoot the joystick.

  1. Does the positioner/return spring work correctly?

  2. Is the control cable adjusted accordingly? 

  3. Are the trim pots adjusted appropriately?

  4. Is the spring greased?

  5. Is everything clean on the components?

  6. Are switches not making contact with the gears?

Once you have done some of the troubleshooting, it’s time to see if you need to replace Joystick Parts or the complete joystick.  We also offer complete control boxes for most scissor lift equipment.  Common Joystick Parts than can wear out with high usage include:

Kit Handle

Microswitch

Rubber Boots and Caps

Actuator Switch Rocker

If you have determined that the joystick is the issue and not a parts issue, C-Tech joysticks are tested under load with digital test fixtures and must pass rigorous quality standards.  Troubleshooting and cleaning the components may help with cost savings if you can determine if it’s a parts issue, and our complete joysticks and control boxes are competitively priced and stocked for immediate shipping.  If you need to replace the joystick, the most requested Joysticks brands at C-Tech include:

Genie

JLG

Skyjack

If you determine you need a new Joystick Controller, two of our top selling controllers are:

Genie  101174 Genie Joystick Controllerfits many Telescopic Boom Lift Models S-40, S-45, S-60, S-65, S-80, and several Genie Articulating Boom Lift Models including Z-135/70, Z 45 XC, Z51/30J.

Genie 101175 Genie Joystick Controller, which works with many Genie Telescopic Boom lifts, and Genie Articulating Boom Lift Models Z-45/25 IC, Z-45/25J.

If you need help selecting or installing your new joystick, contact our experts at 1-877-755-7311,[email protected], or chat with us live on our website.

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Genie S65 Operator Manual - Sunflower Rental

Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingSAFETY RULESElectrocution HazardsThis machine is not electrically insulated and willnot provide protection from contact with orproximity to electrical current.Allow for platform movement, electrical line sway orsag and beware of strong or gusty winds.Keep away from the machine if it contactsenergized power lines. Personnel on the ground orin the platform must not touch or operate themachine until energized power lines are shut off.Do not operate the machine during lightning orstorms.Do not use the machine as a ground for welding.Tip-over HazardsMaintain safe distances from electrical power linesand apparatus in accordance with applicablegovernmental regulations and the following chart.VoltagePhase to PhaseMinimum SafeApproach DistanceFeet Meters0 to 300V Avoid Contact300V to 50KV 10 3.0550KV to 200KV 15 4.60200KV to 350KV 20 6.10350KV to 500KV 25 7.62Occupants and equipment shall not exceed themaximum platform capacity.Maximum platform capacityS-65 500 lbs 227 kgMaximum platform capacityS-60 with 8 Ft Platform 500 lbs 227 kgMaximum platform capacityS-60 with 6 Ft Platform 600 lbs 272 kgMaximum platform capacityS-60 with 6 Ft Platformwith foam-filled tires and propercounterweight configuration 750 lbs 340 kgMaximum occupants 2500KV to 750KV 35 10.67750KV to 1000KV 45 13.722 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualSAFETY RULESDo not raise or extend the boom unless themachine is on a firm, level surface.Do not depend on the tilt alarm as a level indicator.Do not drive the machine on or near uneven terrain,unstable surfaces or other hazardous conditionswith the boom raised or extended.Do not push off or pull toward any object outsideof the platform.Maximum allowableside force - ANSI & CSA150 lbs667 NThe tilt alarm sounds in the platform only when themachine is on a severe slope.If the tilt alarm sounds:Do not extend, rotate or raise the boom abovehorizontal. Move the machine to a firm, levelsurface before raising the platform. If the tilt alarmsounds when the platform is raised, use extremecaution to retract the boom and lower the platform.Do not rotate the boom while lowering. Move themachine to a firm, level surface before raising theplatform.Do not operate the machine in strong or gustywinds. Do not increase the surface area of theplatform or the load. Increasing the area exposed tothe wind will decrease machine stability.Maximum allowablemanual force - CE90 lbs400 NDo not alter or disable machine components that inany way affect safety and stability.Do not replace items critical to machine stabilitywith items of different weight or specification.Do not modify or alter an aerial work platform.Mounting attachments for holding tools or othermaterials onto the platform, toeboards or guard railsystem can increase the weight in the platform andthe surface area of the platform or the load.Use extreme care and slow speeds while drivingthe machine in the stowed position across uneventerrain, debris, unstable or slippery surfaces andnear holes and drop-offs.Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 3


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingSAFETY RULESDo not place or attach overhanging loads to anypart of this machine.Fall HazardsOccupants must wear asafety belt or harness inaccordance withgovernmental regulations.Attach lanyard to anchorprovided in platform.Do not sit, stand or climb on the platform guardrails. Maintain a firm footing on the platform floor atall times.Do not place ladders or scaffolds in platform oragainst any part of this machine.Do not use the machine on a moving or mobilesurface or vehicle.Be sure all tires are in good condition, air-filled tiresare properly inflated and lug nuts are properlytightened.Models with 750 lb (340 kg) Capacity: Do not useair-filled tires. Models are equipped with foam-filledtires. The wheel weight and the propercounterweight configuration are critical for machinestability.Do not use the platform controls to free a platformthat is caught, snagged or otherwise preventedfrom normal motion by an adjacent structure. Allpersonnel must be removed from the platformbefore attempting to free the platform using theground controls.Do not climb down from the platform when raised.Keep the platform floor clear of debris.Lower the platform entry mid-rail or close the entrygate before operating.Bodily Injury HazardDo not operate the machine with a hydraulic oil orair leak. An air leak or hydraulic leak can penetrateand/or burn skin.Always operate the machine in a well-ventilatedarea to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.4 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualSAFETY RULESCollision HazardsBe aware of limited sightdistance and blind spotswhen driving or operating.Do not lower the boom unless the area below isclear of personnel and obstructions.Be aware of boom position and tailswing whenrotating the turntable.Check work area for overhead obstructions or otherpossible hazards.Limit travel speed according to condition of groundsurface, congestion, slope, location of personnel,and any other factors which may cause collision.Do not operate a boom in the path of any craneunless the controls of the crane have been lockedout and/or precautions have been taken to preventany potential collision.Be aware of crushing hazard when grasping theplatform guard rail.It is recommended that operators wear an approvedhard hat when operating the machine.Observe and use color-coded direction arrows onthe platform controls and drive chassis for driveand steer functions.No stunt driving or horseplay while operating amachine.Component Damage HazardsDo not use any battery or charger greater than 12Vto jump-start the engine.Do not use the machine as a ground for welding.Be sure the hydraulic shutoff valves (located byhydraulic tank) are open before starting engine.Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 5


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingSAFETY RULESExplosion and Fire HazardsDo not start the engine if you smell or detect liquidpetroleum gas (LPG), gasoline, diesel fuel or otherexplosive substances.Do not refuel the machine with the engine running.Refuel the machine and charge the battery only inan open, well-ventilated area away from sparks,flames and lighted tobacco.Do not operate the machine in hazardous locationsor locations where potentially flammable orexplosive gases or particles may be present.Damaged Machine HazardsDo not use a damaged or malfunctioning machine.Conduct a thorough pre-operation inspection of themachine and test all functions before each workshift. Immediately tag and remove from service adamaged or malfunctioning machine.Be sure all maintenance has been performed asspecified in this manual and the Genie S-60 &Genie S-65 Service Manual.Be sure all decals are in place and legible.Be sure the operator’s, safety and responsibilitiesmanuals are complete, legible and in the storagecontainer located on the platform.Decal LegendGenie product decals use symbols, color codingand signal words to identify the following:Safety alert symbol—used to alertpersonnel to potential personal injuryhazards. Obey all safety messages thatfollow this symbol to avoid possible injuryor death.Red—used to indicate thepresence of an imminentlyhazardous situation which, if notavoided, will result in death orserious injury.Orange—used to indicate thepresence of a potentiallyhazardous situation which, if notavoided, could result in death orserious injury.Yellow with safety alert symbol—used to indicate the presence of apotentially hazardous situationwhich, if not avoided, may causeminor or moderate injury.Yellow without safety alertsymbol—used to indicate thepresence of a potentiallyhazardous situation which, if notavoided, may result in propertydamage.Green—used to indicate operationor maintenance information.6 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualControls8 9 10711654123213114Ground Control Panel1 Platform rotate switch2 Turntable rotate switch3 Boom up/down switch4 Boom extend/retract switch5 not used6 Key switch for platform/off/ground selection7 Auxiliary power switch8 Gasoline/LPG models: Water temperaturegaugeDeutz Diesel models: Oil temperature gauge9 Oil pressure gauge10 Voltage gauge20 19 18 17 16Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 71511 Emergency Stop button12 Hour meter13 Gasoline/LPG models: Check engine lightDeutz Diesel models: Glow plug switch(option)14 Function enable switch15 Engine start switch16 15A breaker for engine electrical circuits17 Gasoline/LPG select switch18 15A breaker for control electrical circuits19 S-65 only: Jib boom up/down switch20 Platform level switch


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingCONTROLS1 2 34 5 617 1316Platform Control Panel1 Service horn button2 Platform level switch3Platform rotate switch4 S-65 only: Jib boom up/down switch5 Auxiliary power switch6 Drive speed select switch7 Check engine light8 Engine start switch9 Engine idle (rpm) select switch· Rabbit & Foot Switch: foot switch activatedhigh idle· Turtle: low idle· Rabbit: high idle10 Gasoline/LPG models: Gasoline/LPG selectswitchDeutz Diesel models: Glow plug switch (option)8 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingPre-operation InspectionFundamentalsIt is the responsibility of the operator to perform aPre-operation Inspection and routine maintenance.Do Not Operate Unless:You learn and practice the principles of safemachine operation contained in this operator'smanual.1 Avoid hazardous situations.2 Always perform a pre-operationinspection.Know and understand the above principlesbefore going on to the next section.3 Always perform function tests prior to use.4 Inspect the work place.5 Only use the machine as it was intended.The Pre-operation Inspection is a visual inspectionperformed by the operator prior to each work shift.The inspection is designed to discover if anythingis apparently wrong with a machine before theoperator performs the function tests.The Pre-operation inspection also serves todetermine if routine maintenance procedures arerequired. Only routine maintenance items specifiedin this manual may be performed by the operator.Refer to the list on the next page and check eachof the items and locations for modifications,damage or loose or missing parts.A damaged or modified machine must never beused. If damage or any variation from factorydelivered condition is discovered, the machinemust be tagged and removed from service.Repairs to the machine may only be made by aqualified service technician, according to themanufacturer's specifications. After repairs arecompleted, the operator must perform apre-operation inspection again before going on tothe function tests.Scheduled maintenance inspections shall beperformed by qualified service technicians,according to the manufacturer's specifications andthe requirements listed in the responsibilitiesmanual.10 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualPRE-OPERATION INSPECTIONPre-operation InspectionoooooooBe sure that the operator’s, safety andresponsibilities manuals are complete, legibleand in the storage container located in theplatform.Be sure that all decals are legible and in place.See Decals section.Check for engine oil leaks and proper oil level.Add oil if needed. See Maintenance section.Check for hydraulic oil leaks and proper oil level.Add oil if needed. See Maintenance section.Check for engine coolant leaks and proper levelof coolant. Add coolant if needed. SeeMaintenance section.Check for battery fluid leaks and proper fluidlevel. Add distilled water if needed. SeeMaintenance section.Check for proper tire pressure. Add air if needed.See Maintenance section.Check the following components or areas fordamage and improperly installed, loose or missingparts:ooooLimit switches and hornAlarms and beacons (if equipped)Nuts, bolts and other fastenersPlatform entry mid-rail or gateCheck entire machine for:ooooCrack in welds or structural componentsDents or damage to machineBe sure that all structural and other criticalcomponents are present and all associatedfasteners and pins are in place and properlytightened.After you complete your inspection, be sure thatall compartment covers are in place andlatched.oooooooElectrical components, wiring andelectrical cablesHydraulic hoses, fittings, cylinders andmanifoldsFuel and hydraulic tanksDrive and turntable motors and drive hubsBoom wear padsTires and wheelsEngine and related componentsPart No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 11


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingMaintenanceCheck the Engine Oil LevelObserve and Obey:Only routine maintenance items specified in thismanual shall be performed by the operator.Scheduled maintenance inspections shall becompleted by qualified service technicians,according to the manufacturer's specificationsand the requirements specified in theresponsibilities manual.Maintaining the proper engine oil level is essentialto good engine performance and service life.Operating the machine with an improper oil levelcan damage engine components.1 Check the oil dipstick.Check the oil level with theengine off.Gasoline/LPG Engine: located above thebellhousing on the bulkhead side of the engine.Diesel Engine: located on the engine block nearthe engine oil filter.Result: The oil level should be at the full markon the dipstick. Add oil as needed.Maintenance Symbols LegendThe following symbols have beenused in this manual to helpcommunicate the intent of theinstructions. When one or more ofthe symbols appear at thebeginning of a maintenanceprocedure, it conveys the meaningbelow.Indicates that tools will be required toperform this procedure.Ford LRG-425 EFI EngineOil capacity (including filter)Oil viscosity requirements4.5 quarts 4.3 litersbelow 60°F / 15.5°C 5W-30-10° to 90°F / -23° to 32°C 5W-30above -10°F / -23°C 5W-30above 25°F / -4°C 10W-30Use oils meeting API classification SH or SG grade.Units ship with 10-40 CC/SG.Indicates that new parts will berequired to perform this procedure.Indicates that a cold engine is requiredbefore performing this procedure.12 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualMAINTENANCEDeutz F4L 1011F EngineOil capacity (including filter)Oil viscosity requirements11 quarts10.5 litersCheck the Hydraulic Oil Levelbelow 60°F / 15.5°C (synthetic) 5W-30-10°F to 90°F / -23°C to 32°C 10W-40above -4°F / -34°C 15W-40Engine oil should have properties of API classificationCC/SE or CC/SF grades.Units ship with 10-40 CC/SG.Perkins 704-30 EngineOil capacity (including filter) 9.6 quarts 9 litersOil viscosity requirementsbelow 60°F / 15.5°C 15W-40-10°F to 90°F / -23°C to 32°C 10W-30above -4°F / -34°C 15W-40Engine oil should have properties of API classificationCF4 grade.Units ship with 10-40 CC/SG.Maintaining the hydraulic oil at the proper level isessential to machine operation. Improper hydraulicoil levels can damage hydraulic components. Dailychecks allow the inspector to identify changes in oillevel that might indicate the presence of hydraulicsystem problems.1 Be sure that the boom is in the stowed position,then visually inspect the sight gauge located onthe side of the hydraulic oil tank. Add oil asneeded.Result: The hydraulic oil level should be withinthe top 2 inches (5 cm) of the sight gauge.Hydraulic oil specificationsHydraulic oil typeTank capacityHydraulic system(including tank)Dexron equivalent45 gallons170 liters53 gallons201 litersPart No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 13


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingMAINTENANCECheck the Engine CoolantLevel - Liquid Cooled ModelsCheck the BatteriesMaintaining the engine coolant at the proper level isessential to engine service life. Improper coolantlevel will affect the engine's cooling capability anddamage engine components. Daily checks willallow the inspector to identify changes in coolantlevel that might indicate cooling system problems.Burn hazard. Beware of hot engineparts and coolant. Contact with hotengine parts and/or coolant maycause severe burns.1 Check the fluid level in the coolant recoverytank. Add fluid as needed.Result: The fluid level should be at theFULL mark.Do not remove the radiator cap.Proper battery condition is essential to good engineperformance and operational safety. Improper fluidlevels or damaged cables and connections canresult in engine component damage and hazardousconditions.Electrocution hazard. Contact withhot or live circuits may result indeath or serious injury. Remove allrings, watches and other jewelry.Bodily injury hazard. Batteriescontain acid. Avoid spilling orcontacting battery acid. Neutralizebattery acid spills with baking sodaand water.1 Put on protective clothing and eye wear.2 Be sure that the battery cable connections arefree of corrosion.3 Be sure that the battery hold downs and cableconnections are tight.4 Remove the battery vent caps.5 Check the battery acid level. If needed,replenish with distilled water to the bottom of thebattery fill tube. Do not overfill.6 Install the vent caps.Adding terminal protectors and acorrosion preventative sealant willhelp eliminate corrosion on thebattery terminals and cables.14 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualMAINTENANCECheck the Tire PressureThis procedure does not needto be performed on machinesequipped with the foam-filledtire option.Bodily injury hazard. An overinflatedtire can explode and couldcause death or serious injury.Tip-over hazard. Do not usetemporary flat tire repair products.To safeguard maximum stability, achieveoptimum machine handling and minimize tirewear, it is essential to maintain proper pressurein all air-filled tires.The ScheduleThere are five types of maintenance inspectionsthat must be performed according to a schedule—daily, quarterly, six months, annual, two year. Toaccount for repeated procedures, the ScheduledMaintenance Procedures Section and theMaintenance Inspection Report have been dividedinto five subsections—A, B, C, D and E. Use thefollowing chart to determine which group(s) ofprocedures are required to perform a scheduledinspection.InspectionDaily or every 8 hoursQuarterly or every 250 hoursSix months or every 500 hoursTable or ChecklistAA + BA + B + C1 Check each tire with an air pressure gauge. Addair as needed.Tire specificationsAnnual or every 1000 hoursTwo year or every 2000 hoursA + B + C + DA + B + C + D + ETire sizePressure15-19.5NHS85 psi5.86 barMaintenance Inspection ReportThe maintenance inspection report containschecklists for each type of scheduled inspection.Scheduled MaintenanceThe scheduled maintenance items must becompleted by a person trained and qualified toperform maintenance on this machine according tothe procedures found in the service manual for thismachine.Make copies of the Maintenance Inspection Reportto use for each inspection. Store completed formsfor three years.Inspections and maintenance described belowrequire the qualified entity to record and retainrecords of all inspections and maintenance itemsfor four years.Machines that have been out of service for morethan three months must receive the quarterlyinspection before placing the machine back intoservice.Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 15


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingFUNCTION TESTSTest the Foot Switch20 Push in the platform Emergency Stop button tothe OFF position.21 Pull out the Emergency Stop button tothe ON position but do not start the engine.22 Press down the foot switch and attempt to startthe engine by moving the start toggle switch toeither side.Result: The engine should not start.23 Do not press down the foot switch and restartthe engine.24 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).25 Do not press down the foot switch. Test eachmachine function.Result: The machine functions should notoperate.Test Machine Functions26 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).27 Press down the foot switch.28 Activate each machine function control handleor toggle switch.Result: All boom/platform functions shouldoperate through a full cycle.Machines equipped with Platform Level ControlDisable Function: The platform level toggle switchwill not operate when the boom is raised orextended past the drive speed limit switches.Test the Steering29 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).30 Press down the foot switch.31 Depress the thumb rocker switch on top of thedrive control handle in the direction identified bythe blue triangle on the control panel.Result: The steer wheels should turn in thedirection that the blue triangles point on thedrive chassis.32 Depress the thumb rocker switch in the directionidentified by the yellow triangle on the controlpanel.Result: The steer wheels should turn in thedirection that the yellow triangles point on thedrive chassis.Test Drive and Braking33 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).34 Press down the foot switch.35 Slowly move the drive control handle in thedirection indicated by the blue arrow on thecontrol panel until the machine begins to move,then return the handle to the center position.Result: The machine should move in thedirection that the blue arrow points on the drivechassis, then come to an abrupt stop.36 Slowly move the drive control handle in thedirection indicated by the yellow arrow on thecontrol panel until the machine begins to move,then return the handle to the center position.Result: The machine should move in thedirection that the yellow arrow points on thedrive chassis, then come to an abrupt stop.Note: The brakes must be able to hold the machineon any slope it is able to climb.18 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualFUNCTION TESTSTest the Oscillating Axle(if equipped)37 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).38 Start the engine from the platform controls.39 Drive the right steer tire up onto a 6 inch (15.2cm) block or curb.Result: The three remaining tires should stay infirm contact with the ground.40 Drive the left steer tire up onto a 6 inch (15.2cm) block or curb.Result: The three remaining tires should stay infirm contact with the ground.41 Drive both steer tires up onto a 6 inch (15.2 cm)block or curb.Result: The non-steer tires should stay in firmcontact with the ground.Test the Drive Enable System42 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).43 Press down the foot switch and lower the boomto the stowed position.44 Rotate the turntable until the boom moves pastone of the non-steering wheels.Result: The drive enableindicator light shouldcome on and remain onwhile the boom isanywhere in the rangeshown.45 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).46 Move the drive control handle off center.Result: The drive function should not operate.47 Move and hold the drive enable toggle switch toeither side and slowly move the drive controlhandle off center.Result: The drive function should operate.Note: When the drive enable system is in use, themachine may drive in the opposite direction that thedrive and steer control handle is moved.Use the color-coded directionarrows on the platformcontrols and the drivechassis to identify thedirection of travel.Test Limited Drive Speed48 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).49 Press down the foot switch.Blue50 Raise the boom to just above horizontal.51 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).Yellow52 Slowly move the drive control handle to the fulldrive position.Result: The maximum achievable drive speedwith the boom raised should not exceed 1 footper second (0.3 meters per second).Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 19


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingFUNCTION TESTS53 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).54 Lower the boom to the stowed position.55 Extend the boom 1 foot (30 cm).56 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).57 Slowly move the drive control handle to the fulldrive position.Result: The maximum achievable drive speedwith the boom extended should not exceed 1foot per second (0.3 meters per second).If the drive speed with the boom raised or extendedexceeds 1 foot per second (0.3 meters per second),immediately tag and remove the machine fromservice.Test Auxiliary Controls58 Shut off the engine.59 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button tothe ON position.60 Press down the foot switch.61 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).62 Simultaneously hold the auxiliary power switchon and activate each function control handle ortoggle switch.Note: To conserve battery power, test eachfunction through a partial cycle.Test the Lift/Drive Select Switch (ifequipped)63 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition.64 Press down the foot switch.65 Move the drive control handle off center.Result: No drive functions should operate.66 Activate each boom function toggle switch.Result: All boom functions should operate.67 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition.68 Press down the foot switch.69 Activate each boom function toggle switch.Result: No boom functions should operate.70 Move the drive control handle off center.Result: The drive functions should operate.71 Repair any malfunctions before operating themachine.Result: All boom and steer functions shouldoperate. Drive functions should not operate withauxiliary power.20 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualWork Place InspectionWork Place InspectionBe aware of and avoid the following hazardoussituations:· drop-offs or holesDo Not Operate Unless:You learn and practice the principles of safemachine operation contained in this operator'smanual.1 Avoid hazardous situations.2 Always perform a pre-operationinspection.3 Always perform function tests prior to use.4 Inspect the work place.Know and understand the above principlesbefore going on to the next section.5 Only use the machine as it was intended.· bumps, floor obstructions or debris· overhead obstructions and high voltageconductors· hazardous locations· inadequate surface support to withstand allload forces imposed by the machine· wind and weather conditions· the presence of unauthorized personnel· other possible unsafe conditionsFundamentalsThe Work Place Inspection helps the operatordetermine if the work place is suitable for safemachine operation. It should be performed by theoperator prior to moving the machine to the workplace.It is the operator's responsibility to read andremember the work place hazards, then watch forand avoid them while moving, setting up andoperating the machine.Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 21


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingOperating InstructionsStarting the Engine1 At the ground controls, turn the key switch tothe desired position.Do Not Operate Unless:You learn and practice the principles of safemachine operation contained in this operator'smanual.1 Avoid hazardous situations.2 Always perform a pre-operationinspection.3 Always perform function tests prior to use.4 Inspect the work place.5 Only use the machine as it was intended.FundamentalsThe Operating Instructions section providesinstructions for each aspect of machine operation.It is the operator's responsibility to follow all thesafety rules and instructions in the operator's,safety and responsibilities manuals.Using the machine for anything other than liftingpersonnel and tools to an aerial work site is unsafeand dangerous.Only trained and authorized personnel should bepermitted to operate a machine. If more than oneoperator is expected to use a machine at differenttimes in the same work shift, they must all bequalified operators and are all expected to followall safety rules and instructions in the operator's,safety and responsibilities manuals. That meansevery new operator should perform a preoperationinspection, function tests, and a workplace inspection before using the machine.2 Be sure both ground and platform control redEmergency Stop buttons are pulled out to the ONposition.3 Gasoline/LPG models: Choose fuel by movingthe fuel select switch to thedesired position.4 Move the engine start toggleswitch to either side. If the enginefails to start or dies, the restartdelay will disable the start switch for3 seconds.If the engine fails to start after 15 seconds ofcranking, determine the cause and repair anymalfunction. Wait 60 seconds before trying to startagain.All models: In extreme cold conditions, 20°F (-6°C)and below, warm the engine for 5 minutes toprevent hydraulic system damage.Gasoline/LPG models:In extreme cold conditions,20°F (-6°C) and below, the machine should bestarted on gasoline, then switched to LPG.Emergency StopPush in either the ground or platform redEmergency Stop button to the OFF position to stopall functions and turn the engine off.Repair any function that operates when theEmergency Stop button is pushed in.Selecting and operating the ground controls willoverride the platform Emergency Stop button.22 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualOPERATING INSTRUCTIONSAuxiliary ControlsUse auxiliary power if the primary power source(engine) fails.1 Turn the key switch to ground or platformcontrol.2 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button to theON position.3 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped) when operating theauxiliary controls from the platform.4 Press down the foot switch when operating theauxiliary controls from the platform.5 Simultaneously hold the auxiliary power switchON and activate desired function.The drive function will not operate with auxiliarypower.Operation from Ground1 Turn the key switch to ground control.2 Pull out the red Emergency Stop button tothe ON position.3 Gasoline/LPG models: Choose fuel by movingfuel select switch to desired position.4 Start the engine.To Position Platform1 Hold the function enable switch to either side.2 Move the appropriate toggle switch accordingto the markings on the control panel.Drive and steer functions are not available from theground controls.Operation from Platform1 Turn the key switch to platform control.2 Pull out both ground and platform redEmergency Stop buttons to the ON position.3 Gasoline/LPG models: Choose fuel by movingthe fuel select switch to the desired position.4 Start the engine. Do not press down the footswitch when starting the engine.To Position Platform1 Move the lift/drive select switch to the liftposition (if equipped).2 Press down the foot switch.3 Slowly move the appropriate function controlhandle or toggle switch according to themarkings on the control panel.Machines equipped with Platform Level ControlDisable Function: The platform level toggle switchwill not operate when the boom is raised orextended past the drive speed limit switches.To Steer1 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).2 Press down the foot switch.3 Turn the steering wheels with the thumb rockerswitch located on top of the drive controlhandle.Use the color-coded direction arrows on theplatform controls and the drive chassis to identifythe direction the wheels will turn.Machines equipped with Platform Level ControlDisable Function: The platform level toggle switchwill not operate when the boom is raised orextended past the drive speed limit switches.Part No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 23


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingOPERATING INSTRUCTIONSTo Drive1 Move the lift/drive select switch to the driveposition (if equipped).2 Press down the foot switch.3 Increase speed: Slowly move the drive controlhandle off center.Decrease speed: Slowly move the drive controlhandle toward center.Stop: Return the drive control handle to centeror release the foot switch.Use the color-coded direction arrows on theplatform controls and the drive chassis to identifythe direction the machine will travel.Machine travel speed is restricted when the boomis raised or extended.Drive EnableLight ON indicates that the boom has moved justpast either non-steering wheel and drive functionhas been interrupted.To drive, hold the drive enable switch to eitherside and slowly move the drive control handle offcenter.Be aware that the machine may move in theopposite direction that the drive and steer controlsare moved.Always use the color-coded direction arrows onthe platform controls and the drive chassis toidentify the direction the machine will travel.GeneratorTo operate the generator, move the generatortoggle switch to the generator position. The enginewill continue to run but no drive or platformfunctions will operate.Engine Idle Select (rpm)Select engine idle (rpm) using the symbols on thecontrol panel.· Rabbit and foot switch symbol:foot switch activated high idle· Turtle symbol: low idle· Rabbit symbol: high idleCheck Engine Light (if equipped)Light on and engine stopped: Tag the machineand remove from service.Light on and engine still running: Contact servicepersonnel within 24 hours.Stopping the EnginePush in the red Emergency Stop button and turnthe key switch to the OFF position.After Each Use1 Select a safe parking location—firm levelsurface, clear of obstruction and traffic.2 Retract and lower the boom to the stowedposition.3 Rotate the turntable so that the boom isbetween the non-steering wheels.4 Turn the key switch to the OFF position andremove the key to secure from unauthorizeduse.5 Chock the wheels.Plug power tool into the power to platform GFCIoutlet.To resume machine functions, move the generatortoggle switch to machine functions position. Allfunctions will operate.24 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


Second Edition • Fifth PrintingOperator's ManualTransport InstructionsObserve and Obey:Transport vehicle must be parked on a levelsurface.Transport vehicle must be secured to preventrolling while machine is being loaded.Be sure vehicle capacity, loading surfaces andstraps or lines are sufficient to withstandmachine weight. See Specifications section.Securing to Truck or Trailer forTransitAlways use the turntable rotation lock pin each timethe machine is transported.Always chock machine wheels in preparation fortransport.Use tie points on drive chassis for anchoring downto transport surface.Use the lower platform mount between the boomend and the platform to secure the boom from sideto-sidemovement. Do not use excessivedownward force when securing the boom section.Use chains or straps of ample load capacity.Turn the key switch to the OFF position and removethe key before transporting.Inspect the entire machine for loose or unsecureditems.Free-wheel Configuration forWinchingChock the wheels to prevent the machine fromrolling.2WD models: Release non-steer wheel brakes byturning over the torque hub disconnect caps (seebelow).4WD models: Release wheel brakes by turningover all four torque hub disconnect caps (seebelow).Be sure the winch line is properly secured to thedrive chassis tie points and the path is clear of allobstructions.Reverse procedures described to re-engagebrakes.Note: The pump free-wheel valve should alwaysremain closed.DisengagePositionEngagePositionPart No. 43648 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 25


Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingDecalsDecal InspectionUse the picture on the next page to verifythat all decals are legible and in place.Below is a numerical list with quantities anddescriptions.Part No. Decal DescriptionQuantity25994 Caution - Component Damage Hazard 127204 Arrow - Blue 127205 Arrow - Yellow 127206 Triangle- Blue 227207 Triangle - Yellow 227564 Danger - Electrocution Hazard 328157 Label - Dexron 128158 Label - Unleaded 228159 Label - Diesel 228160 Label - Liquid Petroleum Gas 128161 Danger - Crushing Hazard 728163 Notice - Maximum Side Force - 150 lbs 128164 Notice - Hazardous Materials 128165 Notice - Foot Switch 128171 Label - No Smoking 228174 Label - Power to Platform, 230V 228175 Caution - Compartment Access 128176 Notice - Missing Manuals 128177 Warning - Platform Rotate 228181 Warning - No Step or Ride 128235 Label - Power to Platform, 115V 228236 Warning - Failure To Read . . . 130080* Notice - Maximum Load 500 lbs 131060 Danger - Tip-over Hazard, Interlock 132700 Danger - Safety Rules 232726 Label - Glow Plug (option) 132728 Label - Generator (option) 1Part No. Decal DescriptionQuantity33885 Serial Plate - S-65 133952 Danger - Tilt-Alarm 133973 Notice - Tire Pressure 235599 Notice - Align Air Hoses 140434 Label - Lanyard Anchorage 443594* Notice - Maximum Load 750 lbs 143595 Danger - Tip-over, Tires (foam-filled) 143647 Notice - Operating Instructions 243649 Ground Control Panel 143663 Notice - Function Enable 144769 Lift/Drive Select 144981 Airline to Platform 244986 Notice - Maximum Manual Force - 90 lbs 149741 Notice - Ford Engine Specs-LRG-425 EFI 149926 Ground Control Panel 152156 Platform Control Panel 152966 Cosmetic - 4 x 2 152967 Cosmetic - 4 x 4 153037 Notice - Deutz Diesel Engine Specs 162076 Cosmetic - Genie S-60 162077 Cosmetic - S-60 162078 Cosmetic - Genie S-65 162079 Cosmetic - S-65 164361 Notice - Perkins Diesel Engine Specs 172160 Ground Control Panel 172162 Platform Control Panel 1*Please reference the Specifications section or the chart onpage 2 to determine the capacity of your machine.26 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


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Operator's ManualSecond Edition • Fifth PrintingSpecificationsModel S-60 S-65Height, working maximum 66 ft 71 ft20.1 m 21.6 mHeight, platform maximum 60 ft 65 ft18.3 m 19.8 mHeight, stowed maximum 9 ft 9 ft2.74 m 2.74 mHorizontal reach maximum 51 ft 3 in 56 ft 4 in15.6 m 17.2 mWidth 8 ft 8 ft2.43 m 2.43 mLength, stowed 27 ft 2 in 30 ft 10 in8.3 m 9.4 mMaximum load capacity 600 lb 500 lb6 foot platform 272 kg 227 kgMaximum load capacity 500 lb 500 lb8 foot platform 227 kg 227 kgMaximum load capacity6 foot platform with foam-filled tiresand proper counterweight 750 lb N/Aconfiguration 340 kg N/AWheelbase 9 ft 0 in 9 ft 0 in2.7 m 2.7 mTurning radius (outside) 22 ft 2 in 22 ft 2 in6.75 m 6.75 mTurning radius (inside) 12 ft 1 in 12 ft 1 in3.7 m 3.7 mTurntable rotation (degrees)continuousTurntable tailswing 3 ft 3 1 /2 in 3 ft 3 1 /2 in100 cm 100 cmPower source(choice)Ford 63 Hp Gasoline/LPG LRG-423or LRG-425 EFIDeutz 56 Hp Diesel F4L 1011Drive speeds 2WD 4WDDrive speed, stowed 4.4 mph 3.0 mphGasoline/LPG models 7.1 km/h 4.8 km/h40 ft/6.2 sec 40 ft/9.1 sec12.2 m/6.2 sec 12.2 m/9.1 secDrive speed, stowed 4.0 mph 2.8 mphDeutz Diesel models 6.4 km/h 4.5 km/h40 ft/6.8 sec 40 ft/9.7 sec12.2 m/6.8 sec 12.2 m/9.7 secDrive speed, 0.6 mph 0.6 mphraised or extended 1.0 km/h 1.0 km/h- all models 40 ft/40 sec 40 ft/40 sec12.2 m/40 sec 12.2 m/40 secModel S-60 S-65Controls12V DC proportionalPlatform dimensions, 6 foot 72 in x 30 in 72 in x 30 in(length x width)1.8 m x 76 cm 1.8 m x 76 cmPlatform dimensions, 8 foot 96 in x 36 in 96 in x 36 in(length x width)2.4 m x 91 cm 2.4 m x 91 cmPlatform leveling self-leveling self-levelingPlatform rotation 160° 160°AC outlet in platform standard standardHydraulic pressure (maximum) 2600 psi 2900 psi(boom functions) 179 bar 200 barTire size15-19.5 NHS 15-19.5 NHSGradeability, stowed (2WD/4WD) 28% / 40 %Ground clearance 12 in 12 in30 cm 30 cmHydraulic tank capacity 45 gallons 45 gallons170 liters 170 litersFuel tank capacity 30 gallons 30 gallons114 liters 114 litersWeight 26,060 lbs 28,400 lbs11,821 kg 12,882 kgAirborne noise emissions80 dBMaximum sound level at normal operating workstations(A-weighted)Continuous improvement of our products is aGenie policy. Product specifications are subject tochange without notice or obligation.60 ft18.3 m40 ft12.2 m20 ft6.1 m0 ft0 m20 ft6.0 m 0 ft 20 ft 40 ft 60 ft0 m 6.0 m 12.2 m 18.3 mS-60S-6528 Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Part No. 43648


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    Introduction

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    Copyright © 1995 by Genie Industries

    First Edition: First Printing, January 1995

    Genie® is a registered trademark of Genie Industries. Registered 2009987

    These machines comply with ANSI/SIA 92.5-1992.

    Printed on recycled paper

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    Important

    Read, understand and obey the safety rules and operating instructions in the Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Operator's Manual before attempting any maintenance or repair procedure.

    This service manual covers the Genie S-60 and Genie S-65 2WD and 4WD models introduced in 1995.

    This manual provides detailed scheduled maintenance information for the machine owner and user. It also provides troubleshooting and repair procedures for qualified service professionals.

    Basic mechanical, hydraulic and electrical skills are required to perform most procedures. However, several procedures require specialized skills, tools, lifting equipment and a suitable workshop. In these instances, we strongly recommend that maintenance and repair be performed at a Genie dealer service center.

    Genie Industries has endeavored to deliver the highest degree of accuracy possible. However, continuous improvement of our products is a Genie policy. Therefore product specifications are subject to change without notice.

    Readers are encouraged to notify Genie of errors and send in suggestions for improvement. All communications will be carefully considered for future printings of this and other manuals. Please write to the technical publications team in care of Genie Industries, PO Box 69, Redmond WA 98073-0069 U.S.A.

    If you have any questions, call Genie Industries.

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    Section 1 - Safety Rules

    Danger Failure to obey the instructions and safety rules in this manual, and the Genie S-60 & Genie S-65 Operator's Manual will result in death or serious injury.

    Many of the hazards identified in the operator's manual are also safety hazards when maintenance and repair procedures are performed.

    Do Not Perform Maintenance Unless:

    You are trained and qualified to perform maintenance on this machine.

    You read, understand and obey: - manufacturer’s instructions and safety rules - employer’s safety rules and worksite

    regulations - applicable governmental regulations

    You have the appropriate tools, lifting equipment and a suitable workshop.

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    Section 1 - Safety Rules

    Workplace Safety Be sure to keep sparks, flames and lighted tobacco away from flammable and combustible materials like battery gases

    and engine fuels. Always have an approved fire extinguisher within easy reach.

    Be sure that all tools and working areas are properly maintained and ready for use. Keep work surfaces clean and free

    of debris that could get into machine components and cause damage.

    Be sure that your workshop or work area is properly ventilated and well lit.

    Be sure any forklift, overhead crane or other lifting or supporting device is fully capable of supporting and stabilizing the

    weight to be lifted. Use only chains or straps that are in good condition and of ample capacity.

    Be sure that fasteners intended for one time use (i.e., cotter pins and self-locking nuts) are not reused. These components

    may fail if they are used a second time.

    Be sure to properly dispose of old oil or other fluids. Use an approved container. Please be environmentally safe.

    Personal Safety Any person working on or around a machine must be aware of all known safety hazards. Personal safety and the continued safe operation of the machine should be your top priority.

    Read each procedure thoroughly. This manual and the decals, on the machine, use signal words to identify the following:

    Indicates the presence of a hazard that will cause death or serious injury.

    Indicates the presence of a hazard that may cause death or serious injury.

    Indicates the presence of a hazard that will or may cause serious injury or damage to the machine.

    Indicates special operation or maintenance information.

    Be sure to wear protective eye wear and other protective clothing if the situation warrants it.

    Be aware of potential crushing hazards such as moving parts, free swinging or unsecured components, and lifting or

    placing loads. Always wear approved steel-toed shoes.

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    Introduction

    Important Information ..................................................................................................... ii

    Section One Safety Rules

    General Safety Rules .................................................................................................... iii

    Section Two Specifications

    Machine Specifications ............................................................................................. 2 - 1

    Performance Specifications ...................................................................................... 2 - 2

    Hydraulic Specifications ........................................................................................... 2 - 3

    Bolt Torque Specifications ........................................................................................ 2 - 4

    Ford LRG 423 Engine Specifications........................................................................ 2 - 5

    Deutz F4L Engine Specifications .............................................................................. 2 - 7

    Section Three Scheduled Maintenance Inspections

    Introduction ............................................................................................................... 3 - 1

    Table A ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 2

    Table B ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 3

    Table C ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 5

    Table D ..................................................................................................................... 3 - 6

    Maintenance Inspection Report ................................................................................ 3 - 7

    Section Four Scheduled Maintenance Procedures

    Introduction ............................................................................................................... 4 - 1

    A-1 Inspect the Manuals ........................................................................................ 4 - 2

    A-2 Inspect the Decals and Placards .................................................................... 4 - 2

    A-3 Inspect for Damage, Loose or Missing Parts .................................................. 4 - 2

    A-4 Check the Engine Oil Level ............................................................................. 4 - 3

    A-5 Check the Engine Coolant Level - Gasoline/LPG Models ............................... 4 - 3

    A-6 Check for Fuel Leaks ...................................................................................... 4 - 3

    A-7 Check the Hydraulic Oil Level ......................................................................... 4 - 4

    A-8 Check for Hydraulic Leaks .............................................................................. 4 - 4

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    Section Four Scheduled Maintenance Procedures, continued

    A-9 Check the Tire Pressure ................................................................................. 4 - 5

    A-10 Test the Oscillate Axle .................................................................................... 4 - 5

    A-11 Test the Platform and Ground Controls .......................................................... 4 - 6

    A-12 Test the Auxiliary Power Operation ................................................................ 4 - 6

    A-13 Test the Tilt Sensor ......................................................................................... 4 - 7

    A-14 Test the Limit Switches ................................................................................... 4 - 8

    A-15 Replace the Engine Oil and Filter - Gasoline/LPG Models ........................... 4 - 10

    A-16 Replace the Engine Air Filter ........................................................................ 4 - 11

    B-1 Check the Engine Belt(s) .............................................................................. 4 - 12

    B-2 Check the Radiator - Gasoline/LPG Models ..........

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    Is there an operator's manual for the Genie S-60?

    Failure to obey the instructions and safety rules in this manual, and the Genie S-60 and Genie S-65 Operator's Manual or the Genie S-60 HC Operator's Manual will result in death or serious injury. Many of the hazards identified in the operator's manual are also safety hazards when maintenance and repair procedures are performed.

    Where can I find Genie parts and service?

    If you are an equipment owner visit the Dealer Locator to contact your local Genie Dealer for information on equipment sales, parts and service. 6464 185th Ave.

    When did the Genie Z60 / 34 parts manual come out?

    8 Feb 2006 Read, understand and obey the safety rules and operating instructions in the Genie Z-60/34. Operator's Manual before attempting any. 2 Nov 2018 printed manual, you can keep it up to date by downloading new figures from the Genie website at www.genielift.com.

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