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I'm pulling the lowering lever, why won't the forks on my pallet jack go down all the way?

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First of all, the forks are not supposed to go all the way down to the floor, that would defeat the purpose because they would drag and you wouldn't be able to pick up a pallet. But if you think the forks should be able to go down further, just stand on the forks while pulling the lowering lever. You may need to grease the machine

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Pallet jack will not go down


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