|EUROWALL has provided a trouble-shooting checklist that an operator can use in the event that your partition system fails to operate properly.
|1. The panels are hanging out of plumb.
||You probably have loose or broken trolleys (carrier) or a broken trolley support beam.
||To correct this, tighten the loose carriers to return the panels to plumb or, replace the broken carrier or support beam.
|2. The panels are sticking or hard to move.
||This is caused by three factors: dirt in the track, misaligned track joints or a broken trolley.
||First, clean the track. Align the joints, or have a EUROWALL distributor replace the trolley.
|3. The panels are making an abnormal noise during movement.
||This is a usually an indication of a broken trolley or misaligned track joint.
||To fix, simply replace the trolley or align the joints.
|4. The panel's bottom seal doesn't operate.
||this is caused by broken springs on automatic type seals.
||Replacement of broken springs or mechanisms is recommended. Contact Eurowall.
|5. The panel has a broken or worn trolley.
||This is caused by two factors. First, you may have damaged track joints. Or, the trolleys have been abused during handling at the "L" and "T" instersections on your track.
||In this case, realign the track joints, replace the trolleys and retrain operators on proper handling.
|6.The final lever closure panel is not extending or operates with difficulty.
||The internal activator mechanism may be stripped and needs to be replaced.
||Replacement of the internal activator mechanism is recommended. Contact Eurowall.
|7. The panel's pass door is not latching.
||First, check to see if the seals are set on the leg.
||The strike plate may need adjustment.
|With any problem that you encounter, please contract Eurowall for help.