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I live in a building with an Armor elevator installed in the late 1950's. I donít know if it is hydraulic or not. I have seen the workings, which consist of a very large panel with switches and wheels.
We are having a problem with the switches. Sometimes the elevator stops on the wrong floor. We reset it by taking it to the top floor (10th), where it reads 9 and pushing 10 again. The door will open and shut twice and reset and that fixes the problem for a while.
My question is, are there parts available to fix this problem? We would like to keep the elevator we have.
Any information you can give would be most appreciated.
-- Dolores Cotten (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 21, 2004
Dear Questioner, If this generation of Armor has a mechanical stepper this might be the possible cause of your problem. Sprocket and Pawl Blades wear-out. As far as parts go they are more than likely still available, contact a reputable elevator company.
-- Derrick Peters (email@example.com), April 21, 2004.
COME ON!!!!!! the lift is 50years old...dont be a tightarse and get it upgraded.
-- dayle (firstname.lastname@example.org), April 22, 2004.
If you have the Armor part #, you may be able to purchase them through Kone Spares Center 800-343-3344. Armor was purchased many years ago, and Since Kone now owns Montgomery's assets, they are where to go to get the parts. I purchased Armor parts from them within the last few years, so they should still be available. Good Luck! S.
-- Steve (email@example.com), April 24, 2004.
We havea dull stock of Armor parts from the 1950's, have your contractor contact us. 1-800-221-9553 Certified Elevator & Escalator Products Co., Inc.
-- Patrick A. Carrajat (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 03, 2004.