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by Bob Bartley - Senior Director of Product Support and Reconditioning On Mar 21, 2019, 03:00 AM

Water Damage Repair Checklists Available for Genie® MEWPs

To aid customers recovering from the damage done during the flooding, Water Damage Repair Checklists for Genie® mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), which include booms, scissor lifts and telehandlers, help customers to assess the condition of the Genie equipment in their rental fleets.

Going through the Water Damage Repair Checklists helps customers to identify items that need to be repaired or replaced on their Genie equipment. And if any of the aerials in a rental fleet has been too severely damaged, the Genie Product Support and Service Solutions team can help customers talk to their insurance providers about an equipment disposal and replacement plan.

Here is an example of the guidance that is included in the checklists:

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To receive a copy of the Genie Water Damage Repair Checklists or to speak to our Product Support team about your water damage Genie MEWPs, please contact us by phone at (800) 536-1800 or via email at awp.technicalsupport@terex.com.

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