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Manufacturer issues recall for mounting brackets on aerial lifts

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Redmond, WA – Lifting and material handling manufacturer Genie Industries has issued a safety recall for certain aerial lifts, stating that some mounting brackets on the Operator’s Protective Alarm may loosen and possibly fall from the machine, creating a collision hazard.

A possible 81 devices have been affected across various S-Boom and Z-Boom models. Affected users are directed to order replacement parts through the Genie website, by phone at (800) 536-1800 or by fax at (888) 274-6192. For silver mounting brackets, the kit part number is 1275550GT. For black mounting brackets, the kit part number is 1277210GT.

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