Service & Parts
Please contact us for information regarding service, parts, warranties, and any additional questions you may not find here.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Unit does not lift but pump runs.
1. Fluid low
2. System is hydra locked and needs be bled.
3. Pump pressure is set too low.
Pump motor does not run.
1. Motor solenoid is bad.
2. Connections from the battery are loose or dirty.
3. Ground connection is loose or not grounded properly.
4. Battery needs to be charged.
Unit does not go down.
1. Down coil is bad and needs replaced.
2. Down valve cartridge needs to be replaced.
3. Connection to the down coil is bad.
Trailer battery is not charging.
1. Check the vehicle plug to see if it is wired properly.
2. Check the in line fuse in the battery box to make sure it is all right.
3. Wire not connected properly to the battery in the battery box.
Brakes are not working properly.
1. Check the trailer plug connections to the tow vehicle.
2. Check to see if the brake control is set properly.
Brakes are on constantly when the trailer is connected to the tow vehicle.
1. Check to make sure that the truck receptacle is wired properly.
2. Check to make sure that the breakaway switch plunger is all the way in correctly.
Safety Tips | Be Safe When Using Your EZ Dumper
Your safety while using one of our EZ Dumper products is one of our main concerns. Don’t risk your own safety or that of others around you by improperly operating your EZ Dumper. Keeping these tips in mind will keep you and your EZ Dumper running strong:
1. Don’t Overload
All EZ Dumper products are designed for a specific GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating). Overloading your EZ Dumper could cause serious damage to both your equipment and you.
2. Secure Your Load
Properly securing your load before transporting it helps maintain the safety of other motorists by eliminating the likelihood of flying debris. It also prevents you from losing your load or having it shift in transit.
3. Scale Your Load
It is recommended that you scale your load to ensure you do not exceed GVWR.
4. Secure Tailgate
Before transporting, be sure you have used a pin or padlock to secure the tailgate. An improperly secured tailgate could be a serious road hazard.
5. Check Tire Pressure
Be sure to check your trucks tire pressure regularly, making certain it is inflated to the proper PSI.
6. Check Fluid Levels
Maintaining proper hydraulic fluid and oil reservoir levels ensures your EZ-Dumper can properly lift and dump your loads.
7. Be Aware
Be aware of your surroundings when transporting or dumping. It takes just a moment to prevent an error in judgment from becoming a costly mistake.
8. Adhere to Equipment Safety Laws in your State
EZ-Dumper recommends that all operators of EZ-Dumper equipment adhere to state and federal safety laws. Do not operate EZ Dumper equipment if you are in any way impaired in judgment that would keep you from driving with a Class C or typical driver’s license.
If you have any questions regarding the maintenance or safety of an EZ Dumper product, please contact your local dealer.