that clamp connection / rail / telescopic leg
imaged on the drawing are impacted. When adjusting the
length of each telescopic leg you should act as follows:
A) Turn the Stepladders from Gödde
Due to the possibility of each leg length adjustment,
this stepladder is suitable for steps and rough surface it
was specially developed for.
That is why it is important to save the stepladder legs
from pushes and blows and clean the telescopic legs
(telescopic extension) from pollution thoroughly, because
otherwise the legs may get stuck.
In case the telescopic legs flounder, it is necessary
to check whether they are not polluted and flywheel
(or a handle with a clamp connection) is turned off well.
If necessary, gently tap by your palm on the rubber
plugs for the legs, until the telescopic legs are shaken
In no case use force.
For the own benefit, the stepladder user shall observe
the following guidelines:
1. Watch carefully flywheel (A) counterclockwise until the
imaged clamp connection loosens. Move the telescopic
leg to the desired position and
B) tighten the flywheel using force (grooved disc (B)
shall then be flattened), up to the required rivet joint.
If a handle with a clamp connection is available, pull the
lever up (open), pull the lever down (close).
2. Adjust the stepladder in such a manner that all legs
stand firmly, having set the fixturing struts. Axis of symmetry
of the stepladder should always be in the upright position.
3. Walk up the stepladder from the side, the distance between
the ground and the first tread of which is the least.
4. The last tread is the second tread from the top. If the
telescoping legs are moved forward, it is recommended to use
the auxiliary ladder upright for going up and down.
5. You should use the stepladder only in case all the structural
elements that affect its security are in perfect condition.
Immediately stop using the damaged stepladder.
Inspected for safety by the Technical Inspection Union