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Ladder Operating Instructions

   
  1. Stand facing the rear of the ladder, with the ladder in a closed upright position.
  2. Release one side of the top interlocking pins, use your one hand to hold the rear section of the ladder and release the other locking pin.  The rear section will now be free to slide up and down as required.
  3. Raise the rear section to the desired height and engage a locking pin to hold ladder in position.  The rear section is supported by the locking pin.  Make sure to engage the other locking pin.  Push the rear section up slightly to make sure the second pin has engaged.
  4. Now release any one of the telescopic legs and slide it down so that the rubber foot is between the first and second rung of the ladder and ensure the spring-loaded locking pin is engaged.  Now open your ladder fully.  Your ladder will now be stable on three legs and you are now free to adjust the other telescopic leg to suit your application.
  5. The day glo strap should be horizontal to indicate that the ladder is level.
  6. Should the ladder be fully extended either on the telescopic side of the ladder or both sides of the ladder, use the stabilizer bar provided by inserting it into the holes in the telescopic legs, +- 8 holes from the bottom by pushing the legs outward to accommodate the bar.
  7. To reduce the ladder back to its normal six foot configuration remove the stabilizer bar, if inserted, and with the ladder in a closed position release the interlocking pin and push the telescopic leg back up and lock in place.  Do the other telescopic leg as well.  Release one side of top interlocking pins.  Hold rear section securely.   Release the other locking pin, bearing in mind the full weight of the rear section will have to be held securely to prevent the ladder sliding down very quickly and causing either damage or injury.  Bring the ladder down carefully to the ground level and engage both locking pins.
  8. Should you require further advice or assistance please contact Smart Step ladder via contact details on the web page.
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