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Missing serial number tag
  • Pimco
  • Texas, United States
I have a 1985 TM 17 36 volt, I need to order a new control card but to do this I need the serial number. The problem is someone at some point took the [url removed] tag off the lift. Where else can I find the serial number on this unit. Also, the control card is a GE IC3645LXCD1 VK (or so it says on the card) I need the EV100-LXT, I have located a LX but not the LXT. Can anyone help point me in the right direction on this, thanks in advance.
  • Posted 16 Jan 2009 09:40 AM
Total replies: 2. Showing items 1 - 2 of 2 results.
The serial number is usually under a floor plate along the frame R/S. However, you can probably get a re-man, one year warranty from flight systems PH# (717) 254-3747 have GE # available.

The customer has your paycheck in their wallet.
  • Posted 17 Jan 2009 06:28 AM
  • Pimco
  • Texas, United States
Thank you for the information, I'll give them a call.
  • Posted 17 Jan 2009 06:56 AM
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