HOW TO: Repair Your Floor Jack
In this video I show you how to fix a few common problems with your
hydraulic floor jack. They are easy to repair and it can save you $150 -
$200. Plus it keeps a perfectly good tool from being thrown away!
Remember to always exercise caution when working on equipment like this.
Wear safety glasses! Hydraulic fluid is harmful to your eyes.
When refilling your jack with fluid, do not use motor oil or brake fluid.
Use the proper hydraulic jack fluid. Your local auto parts store, or
tractor supply store should have it.
Feel free to post comments or questions below!
How to reseal a leaking 2 ton Snap On jack part 2
My YA-652 2 ton jack has been leaking FOREVER and I haven't been able to
use it as a result. Here is how I fixed it.
The repair would be the same for Lincoln, Hein-Werner, BlackHawk and
others, they all seem to have the same repair kits...
Posted 10/12/2014... Now I want to mention I did not do this by the book,
as I don't have one. If any of the information seems inaccurate I am sorry
for that. The jack is still working and though some feel I did this in an
unsafe manner I urge you to use this only as a guide and not take this
information as gospel. I have received some negative comments from experts
in the jack repair field so I suggest if you are looking for how a pro does
it, don't watch this video..
Thanks for watching!
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COSTCO ARCAN LL-35 FLOOR JACK SQUEAK - FIXED !!
COSTCO ARCAN Floor Jack SQUEAL Fixed! Sorry, my first video here so there
is no hot music or thumping bass, but you can definitely silence your older
ARCAN FLOOR JACK SQUEAK by watching what I did.
I had lubed every pivot point on this thing and it still squealed. After
searching the internet, I contacted the factory reps and they claimed that
there was some "double overload valve adjustment" that needed to be done
and they sent me a .pdf file explaining how to do it. That didn't work
either. I like my high capacity steel floor jack and since I paid good
money for it, I figured it was up to me to fix it!
The problem lies in the fact that one of the rollers does not press on the
very center of the hydraulic plunger. I used two washers to move the
roller over so that it is centered over it's plunger. Don't tighten the
threaded carrier which holds the rollers as it can make a squeaking sound
even when the plungers and rollers are aligned...
Newer models have a different double-pump design and may not have the
radical squealing sound of the older models.
This jack was only about $70 at Costco, and yes, I could return it, but the
replacement models are over $100 now. I guess the cost of labor in China
has gone up in the past 8 years or so...
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production help here on the set?