How to Frame a Telescoping Ladder
Telescoping ladder – Telescopic frame ladders replace several sizes of ladders all in one product. A telescopic ladder reduces in size and folds to wear easily without adding cumbersome length. This type of ladder requires minimal storage and transport area. It requires only a minute or so to extend the ladder to approximately twice its height to work on tall objects.
How to frame a telescoping ladder; hold the ladder in the closed position with both sets of feet on the ground. Place one hand on each side of the steps up to the bending angle. Press in on both sides simultaneously. This action releases the locking mechanism which locks the legs in place to transport the ladder. Pull the two sets of legs apart so steps on the ground. Stand in front of the left leg of the ladder. Pull the locking pins on both sides simultaneously with each hand on one side of the ladder.
Lift something top of the steps on this page up as the legs slides down from the central department. There is an outer chamber and an inner chamber that houses the extra leg length. Push the pins in the holder on the left and right side of a rung to achieve the desired height. The pins lock in place on each side of each rung. Stand on the right side of the steps and repeat this process to increase the length of the legs to match the left side length. This will produce an A-frame telescoping ladder with both sets of legs at the same height.