Canopy Frame Assembly Instructions - Great Lakes Entry

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Canopy Frame Assembly Instructions14 Foot // 22 Foot // 24 Foot // 26 Foot // 28 Foot // 30 Foot // 32 FootINTRODUCTIONThe Starr line of Boat Lift Canopy Frames by Great Lakes Entry Systems has been engineered toprovide the best possible performance, long term economic and safety advantages possible.However, even a well-designed and well-built frame can malfunction or become hazardous in thehands of an inexperienced and/or untrained user. Therefore, please read this manual and anyrelated equipment manuals thoroughly before operating your lift to provide maximum safety forall operating personnel, and to get the maximum benefit from your equipment.WARNING: DO NOT ASSEMBLE THIS FRAME WITHOUT STUDYING THISENTIRE MANUAL. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN LEAD TO EQUIPMENT MISUSEWITH RESULTING DAMAGE AND/OR SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY. CONTACTYOUR STARR PRODUCTS DEALER IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.

SAFETY DEFINITIONSA safety message alerts you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others or cause propertydamage. The safety messages or signal words for product safety signs are DANGER,WARNING, and CAUTION. Each safety message is defined as follows:DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will cause deathor serious injury. This safety message is limited to the most extreme situations.WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result indeath or serious injury, product damage or mechanical failure.CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result inminor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices and propertydamage accidents.EQUIPMENT SAFETY LABELSThese labels warn you of potential hazards that could cause injury. Read them carefully. If alabel comes off or becomes illegible, contact a Starr Products dealer for a replacement.EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL SAFETY1.2.3.4.Do not use the frame if it shows any signs of damage.Do not exceed the recommended extension limit of this equipment.Do not operate a boat lift with people inside of the boat.When using a direct drive or motorized friction drive, understand the use of all controls andconnections provided with it.WARNING: ALL ELECTRIC DRIVES MUST BE INSTALLED AND INSPECTED BY ACERTIFIEDELECTRICIAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL ELECTRICALCODES. THIS INSTALLATION MUST INCLUDE A PROPERLY WORKINGGROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER. (G.F.C.I.)5. Never try lifting anything other than a boat with this equipment.6. Never allow people in the boat any time it is suspended above the water on the platform.WARNING: DO NOT STAND OR WALK ON THE PLATFORM WHILE IT IS IN ANYRAISED POSITION. THIS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.7. Do not allow anyone to swim or play under, near or on the lift at any time.

8.Always make sure the boat lift is clear when entering or exiting with a boat. Do not try tochange boat’s direction while in motion from water or land.9. Always keep body parts, hair, jewelry, and loose clothing away from all moving parts of thelift.10. Make sure the cradle of the lift is completely lowered before any adjustments or repairs aremade to the lift.INSTALLATION SAFETY1. Lift must be assembled and installed properly or mechanical failure and possibly injury mayoccur.2. Insure that all bolts and nuts are fastened securely prior to operation. Only use the hardwareprovided from the manufacturer3. Insure the pulleys spin freely. If any pulley binds, replace it immediately.4. Do not weld or otherwise modify the lift. Such alterations may weaken the structuralintegrity of the lift and void the warranty.5. All lifting accessories such as pontoon brackets, pivoting bunks, and guide-ins, must becommercially manufactured, have a rated load capacity equal to that of the lift, and beproperly maintained and installed.6. Insure that the frame is level and square.7. The following precautions must be observed when lifting any part of this equipment: Be sure of your footing. Bend your knees and lift with your legs. Hold the equipment section close to your body when lifting.8. Wear heavy leather gloves when handling wire rope. Insufficient hand protection whenhandling wire rope can cause personal injury.GENERAL OPERATING SAFETY1. Never use this equipment beyond its rated capacity. This can damage the lift and/or boat withresulting serious personal injury.2. Before allowing anyone to operate the lift, be certain they fully understand the properoperating procedure.3. Completely remove any user or dealer installed locking devices before operating the lift.4. Follow the Pre-Lifting Checklist before operating.5. Do not try lifting or launching your boat in rough water conditions. This can damage yourboat and/or the lift.6. The boat must be secured on the lift before raising or lowering. Failure to do this can causeequipment damage and/or serious personal injury.

7. Keep people and pets clear during operation of the lift.8. Keep body parts, jewelry, hair and loose clothing clear of all moving parts.9. Check the lift periodically for frayed cables and/or binding pulleys.10. Do not attempt to make any adjustments on the lift while it is being operated.11. Contact your dealer if the winch mechanism fails to perform as described in the Operationchapter of this manual.12. Never tamper with the winch mechanism. This can cause equipment damage.13. Do not operate the lift under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication.14. Never use the lift to hang or store any auxiliary equipment such as boating hardware.Safety When Raising the Boat1. The hand-wheel or power drive must turn clockwise when raising the platform. The brakepawl must click, indicating that the brake is operative.2. Do not try to raise the boat beyond the maximum lifting height of the platform.WARNING: IF YOU HAVE TO TURN THE HAND-WHEEL COUNTER-CLOCKWISETO RAISE THE PLATFORM, YOU HAVE REEVED THE WINCH INCORRECTLY.YOU WILL IMMEDIATELY ENCOUNTER STRONG RESISTANCE WHICH CANLEAD TO WINCH DAMAGE AND/OR CABLE BREAKAGE.Safety When Lowering the Boat1. The hand-wheel or power drive must turn counter-clockwise when lowering the platform.WARNING: IF YOU HAVE TO LOWER THE PLATFORM BY TURNING THE HANDWHEEL CLOCKWISE, YOU HAVE REEVED THE WINCH INCORRECTLY. THEBRAKE PAWL WILL NOT BE EFFECTIVE WHICH CAN CAUSE ANUNCONTROLLED SPIN-DOWN OR “FREE-WHEEL” OFTHE HAND-WHEEL. IFFREE-WHEELING OCCURS, NEVER TRY TO STOP IT.2. Counter-clockwise rotation of the hand-wheel allows the self-activating brake mechanismto provide a controlled lowering of the platform.WARNING: NEVER RELEASE THE BRAKE PAWL OF THE WINCH. THIS CANTRIGGER AN UNCONTROLLED SPIN-DOWN OR “FREE-WHEEL” OF THE HANDWHEEL.3. Do not continue lowering the platform after the boat floats freely. Excessive slack inwinch cable may cause binding.MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE SAFETY1. At least once a year, the lift must be thoroughly inspected as described in the Maintenancechapter of this manual.2. Grease the winch cable annually. Using a ball bearing type of grease

3. Completely lower the platform before performing any type of maintenance or repair.WARNING: NEVER ALLOW ANYBODY TO WORK IN OR ON THE BOAT WHEN ITIS SUSPENDED ABOVE THE WATER ON THE LIFT.4. Immediately replace any components found to be defective as described in Chapter 5—Inspection and Maintenance.Hardware Provided and Required For Frame AssemblyQuantityDescription12 1/2” x 1 1/2" Hex Bolts41/2" Nut Blocks4 1/2" Nuts41/2" Jam Nuts4 1/4” x 1” Carriage Bolts131/4" x 2” Carriage Bolts161/4" Nuts11/4" Wing Nut If the canopy frame is more than 24 foot, there will be an additional 2 bolts If the canopy frame is more than 24 foot, there will be an additional 2 bolts If the canopy frame is more than 24 foot there will be an additional one of these bolts for every 2feet of the canopy frame.Parts Need For AssemblyPART LETTERABCDEFPART NAMECanopy Frame Rail without ExtensionCanopy Frame Rail with Telescoping ExtensionCanopy Frame Upright ExtensionsCanopy Frame Extensions (26 ft. and Longer)Extra Support Braces (Standard on 28 ft. and Up)Canopy Center RailsQUANTITY224225 pcs.

Picture of the end of Frame Canopy Rail APicture of the end of Frame Canopy Rail B, this is the telescoping extension.

ASSEMBLING THE CANOPY FRAMEAssembling the Frame Rails Taking one Frame Rail Part A. On the bottom side, there is a slot running the length of the FrameRail A.You will need to insert a 1/2” x 1 1/2" bolt in each of the Frame Canopy Rails, before puttingthem together.Take one Frame Rail A, and one Frame Rail B. Connect them using the open end on B, over theprotruding tube on A.On the top side of Frame Rail B insert a 1/2” nut in the top side slot. Secure the A and B togetherby threading a 1/2” x 1 1/2" bolt through the 1/2” nut.Installing Canopy Frame Uprights Insert the nut blocks in the top of post on lift. Thread the 1/2” x 1 1/2 “ bolt into in to the nutblock.Then, take the canopy uprights, and place them in the opening on each of the corners of lift. Keepthem at a fairly equal height, specific adjustments will be made at the end of assembly.Tighten the 1/2” x 1 1/2” bolt so the canopy upright is secured in place.

Installing Frame Rails To Canopy Uprights When putting the Frame Rails on the Canopy Uprights, remember the Telescoping feature of theFrame is to go towards the same end of the lift the rear of your boat or PWC will be.Knowing this, also note the lipped edge of the Frame Rails are on the inside of the lift facing eachother.Before lifting the Frame Rails onto the Canopy Uprights, move the 1/2" x 1 1/2" bolts on theunderside of the Frame Rails to about the distance apart the canopy uprights are.Lift the Frame Rails into place feeding the underside bolt into the hole on the tab of the CanopyUprights.Use the 1/2" nut and hand tighten to the bolts coming through the tabs. DO NOT USE WRENCHTO TIGHTEN.

Assembling Canopy Hoops Start with one of the Closed Hoops, at either the back or front of the Canopy Frame.Feeding the Hoop over the rubber capped bolt on the opposite side from where you are. Then takethe end of the hoop in your hand, and place over the rubber capped bolt directly across from theone already attached.Continue with the rest of the hoops, attaching in the same fashion.Canopy Center Rail Assembly Take the longer two pieces of the Center Rail and the smallest piece. This only has two smallholes in it.Use two of the 1/4" x 1” carriage bolts and corresponding nuts. Connect the two longer piecestogether using the small piece. Secure with the carriage bolts.Place the rubber capped end of the long piece of the Center Rail on top of the Canopy Frame atthe front of it.Starting at the front use the 1/4" x 2” carriage bolts and nuts and put them so the cap is on thetopside of the Center Rail.Now, with the two remaining pieces of Center Rail, find the slotted one. Place it on the undersideof the Center Rail, and secure using the 1/4" x 1” carriage bolt and nut.Use the remaining the piece attach to the slotted secure using a 1/4" x 1” bolt and the wing nut.Slide so that the remaining hole lines up on the rear closed Canopy Hoop. Secure into place.

Thank you for choosing STARR Products! If you have any questions or commentsplease call the following number:1-800-616-3563Instructional Video Links are also available at:StarrDocks.com

LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTYGreat Lakes Entry Systems, hereafter referred to as the “Manufacturer”, extends this limitedwarranty to the original purchaser of this product. The original purchaser, hereinafter referred toas the “Buyer”, is defined as the first legal owner of this product other than an authorizeddistributor or dealer who has bought the product from the Manufacturer for resale to the public.The Buyer must complete and return the Warranty Registration section of the providedWarranty Card to make this limited warranty effective.CONSUMER PRODUCT PROVISIONSI. ARTICLE I—CONSUMER PRODUCT PROVISIONS: THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS SHALL BEAPPLICABLE IF THIS PRODUCT IS BEING PURCHASED FOR PERSONAL, FAMILY OR HOUSEHOLDPURPOSES.A. 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTYThe Manufacturer warrants to the Buyer that all supplied parts shall be free of defects in materialand workmanship for a period of two (2) years from date of original purchase. This limitedwarranty covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair any item that is found to bedefective in material and workmanship. Items covered include cables, sheaves, chains, motors,reducers, switches, control panels and ground fault circuit interrupters.B. 15-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON BL/PL SERIES ALUMINUM FRAME EXTRUSIONThe Manufacturer warrants to the Buyer that the frame and extrusions shall be free of defects inmaterial and workmanship for a period of fifteen (15) years from date of original purchase. Thislimited warranty covers the cost of all parts and labor needed to repair any item that is found tobe defective in material and workmanship.C. MANUFACTURER’S OBLIGATIONSThe Manufacturer’s sole obligation under either of these limited warranties is the replacement orrepair, at the Manufacturer’s discretion, of parts found to be defective.D. NO SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGESIN NO EVENT SHALL THE MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE TO THE BUYER ORANY PERSON FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, ORCONSEQUENTIAL LOSSES OR DAMAGES CONNECTED WITH THE USE OF THEPRODUCT UNDER WARRANTY. SUCH DAMAGES FOR WHICH THEMANUFACTURER SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOTLIMITED TO, LOST TIME AND CONVENIENCE, LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT,THE COST OF A PRODUCT RENTAL, COSTS OF GASOLINE, TELEPHONE,TRAVEL, OR LODGING, THE LOSS OF PERSONAL OR COMMERCIALPROPERTY, AND THE LOSS OF REVENUE.Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, sothe above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

E. NO LIABILITY IN EXCESS OF PURCHASE PRICEIN NO EVENT SHALL THE MANUFACTURER’S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THISLIMITED WARRANTY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT.F. NO EXTENSION OF STATUTE OF LIMITATIONSANY REPAIRS PERFORMED UNDER EITHER OF THESE WARRANTIES SHALLNOT IN ANY WAY EXTEND THE TWO-YEAR AND FIFTEEN-YEAR STATUTES OFLIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.G. PROCEDURE FOR WARRANTY PERFORMANCEIf the product fails to perform to the Manufacturer’s specifications, the Buyer must contact thedealer from whom the product was purchased. The Buyer must provide the dealer with theapplicable model and serial numbers, the date of purchase, and the nature of the problem.H. PREAPPROVAL OF LABOR COSTSAll labor costs related to a dealer’s performance of the warranty obligations under this limitedwarranty must be pre-approved by Great Lakes Entry Systems.I. NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIESTHE MANUFACTURER IS NOT SUBJECT TO ANY EXPRESS WARRANTIESOTHER THAN THOSE SET FORTH ABOVE.J. LIMIT ON DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIESTHE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES UNDER APPLICABLE STATELAW RELATING TO THE PURCHASE OF THIS PRODUCT SHALL BE LIMITED TOA PERIOD OF TWO (2) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE.Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the abovelimitations may not apply to you.K. QUESTIONS REGARDING LIMITED WARRANTYAny questions regarding this limited warranty or the procedure which the consumer shouldfollow in order to obtain performance of any warranty obligation may be addressed to either thedealer from whom this product is purchased or to Great Lakes Entry Systems, 87 Taylor St.,Quincy, MI, 49082.L. EXCLUSIONS FROM LIMITED WARRANTY.THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY OF THE FOLLOWING:1. Equipment which has been abused, damaged, used beyond rated capacity, or which isdamaged or has defects caused by repairs or service completed by persons other thanauthorized service personnel.2. Costs of repairing damage caused by environmental factors which include, but are not limitedto, airborne fallout, chemicals, tree sap, salt, ocean spray, and water hazards.

3. Damage caused by acts of God which include, but are not limited to, hailstorms, windstorms,tornadoes, sandstorms, lightning, floods, and earthquakes.4. Damage under conditions caused by fire or accident, by abuse or negligence, by improperinstallation, by misuse, by incorrect operation, by “normal wear and tear”, by improperadjustment or alteration, by alterations not done by the Manufacturer, or by failure of productparts from such alterations.5. Costs of repairing damage caused by poor or improper maintenance, costs of normallyscheduled maintenance, or the cost of replacing any parts unless done as the result of a repaircovered by your two-year limited warranty.6. Costs of modifying the product in any way once delivered to the Buyer, even if suchmodifications were added as a production change on other products made after the Buyer’sproduct was built.M. RIGHT TO MODIFY PRODUCTThe Manufacturer has the right to modify this product at any time without incurring anyobligation to make the same or similar modifications on products previously purchased.N. NO AUTHORITY TO ALTER WARRANTYNo agent, representative, distributor or dealer has any authority to alter the terms of this warrantyin any way.O. SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTSThis warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary fromState to State.

Canopy Frame Assembly Instructions . 14 Foot // 22 Foot // 24 Foot // 26 Foot // 28 Foot // 30 Foot // 32 Foot . INTRODUCTION . The Starr line of Boat Lift Canopy Frames by Great Lakes Entry Systems has been engineered to provide the best possible performance, long term economic and safety advantages possible.

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