Invacare 1061057 manual

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    O WNER'S OPERA T OR and MAINTENANCE MANU AL Allegro[...]

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    2 W A R N I N G SPECIAL NOTES S P E C I A L N O T E S SPECIAL NOTES SA VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. W ARNI[...]

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    3 T ABLE OF CONTENTS T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S T ABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIAL NOTES ................[...]

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    4 ST ABILITY W ARNING The seat height, seat depth, back angle, seating system, size and position of [...]

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    5 SAFETY SUMMAR Y (continued) W ARNING TIRE PRESSURE DO NOT use your wheelchair unless it has the pr[...]

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    6 SAFETY/HANDLING OF WHEELCHAIRS “Safety and Handling” of the wheelchair requires the close atte[...]

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    7 2. The second assistant, with a firm hold on a non-de- tachable part of the framework, lifts the w[...]

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    8 SAFETY/HANDLING S A F E T Y & H A N D L I N G Position the wheelchair as close as possible alo[...]

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    9 FUNCTIONAL REACH FROM A WHEELCHAIR The approximate reach-limit values shown in the accompanying gr[...]

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    10 5. Engage both wheel locks, open the footrest/ legrest for clearance and transfer into the wheel-[...]

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    11 FOLDING OR RIGID FOLDING BACK - ANTERIOR OR POSTERIOR DIRECTION ADJUST ABLE OR FIXED HEIGHT BACK [...]

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    12 SPECIFICA TIONS PHYSICAL SPECIFICA TIONS Overall Width: Overall Depth (w/o front riggings): Frame[...]

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    13 UNP ACKING 1. Check for any obvious damage to the carton or its contents. If damage is evident, n[...]

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    14 NOTE: T wice a year take your wheelchair to a qualified dealer for a thorough inspection and serv[...]

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    15 MAINTENANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS W ARNING After adjustments and before use, make sure all attaching[...]

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    16 This Procedure includes the following: Installing Footrests Adjusting Footrest Height Installing [...]

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    17 NOTE: The footplate will be on the inside of the wheelchair when locked in place. 4. Repeat STEPS[...]

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    18 Adjusting Calfpads 1 . T o adjust the calfpad, turn pad towards the outside of the wheelchair . 2[...]

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    19 REPLACING SECTOR BLOCK (FIGURE 10) 1. Remove the hex screw and washer that secure the existing se[...]

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    20 A R M S ARMS PROCEDURE 2 NOTE: If desired, locking pins can be installed to se- cure the "T&[...]

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    21 PROCEDURE 2 ARMS A R M S Removing 1 . Press in on the locking lever and lift the "T" ar[...]

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    22 A R M S ARMS PROCEDURE 2 3. Reposition the arm tube on the "T" arm post: A. Desk Length[...]

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    23 A R M S ARMS PROCEDURE 2 3. Move the bottom clamp to one (1) of three (3) mounting holes in the s[...]

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    24 USING/INST ALLING/HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT/CORRESPONDING ARM ADJUSTMENT TO BACK ANGLE - CANTILEVER ARMS [...]

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    25 A R M S FIGURE 12 - REPLACING/REPOSITIONING THE LOCKING MECHANISM IN THE FLIP-UP HALF ARM ARM P A[...]

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    26 PROCEDURE 2 ARMS A R M S INST ALLING F ABRIC CLOTHING GUARDS (FIGURE 14) 1. Remove the seat cushi[...]

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    27 A R M S ARMS PROCEDURE 2 FIGURE 16 - ADJUSTING CONVENTIONAL ARM HEIGHT , REMOVING OR REPLACING CO[...]

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    28 REPLACING BACK UPHOLSTER Y NOTE: If the back upholstery HEIGHT is being changed, the back canes m[...]

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    29 REPLACING ADJUST ABLE BACK UPHOLSTER Y (FIGURE 3). 1. Lift up on the existing back upholstery cov[...]

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    30 The top two (2) straps would be left looser to allow the upper body to lean back over the upholst[...]

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    31 Recliner Back Upholstery (FIGURE 10) 1. Remove the ten (10) or twelve (12) phillips screws and wa[...]

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    32 W ARNING The back canes MUST be fastened securely to the seat frame BEFORE using the wheelchair .[...]

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    33 8. Remove the existing back canes from the recliner brackets. W ARNING The back canes MUST be fas[...]

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    34 FIGURE 16 - BACK ANGLE PLA TE MOUNTING HOLES FOR CORRESPONDING BACK ANGLES 2. Remove the rear hex[...]

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    35 B A C K BACK PROCEDURE 3 5. Reinstall the hex bolts that secure the back angle plates to the whee[...]

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    36 Hex Bolts Locknuts Washers Wheelchair Frame 3-inch Seat Cushion Position 2-inch Seat Cushion Posi[...]

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    37 This Procedure Includes the Following: Replacing Seat Upholstery Changing/Repositioning Seat Rail[...]

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    38 REPOSITIONING THE CROSSBRACES (FIGURE 3) W ARNING The seat height, seat depth, back angle, seatin[...]

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    39 FIGURE 4 - CHANGING SEA T WIDTH - ST ANDARD FOLDING FRAMES Seat Rail Pivot Link Crossbrace Hex Bo[...]

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    40 Link Stop Pivot Link Hex Bolt Crossbrace Draw Cord Locknut Crossbrace Pivot Bracket Hex Bolt Lock[...]

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    41 This Procedure Includes the Following: Replacing/Repositioning/Installing Front Caster Assemblies[...]

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    42 REPLACING/REP AIRING FRONT CASTER TIRE/TUBE W ARNING Replacement of front caster tire or tube MUS[...]

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    43 8. Rotate the adjustment cam until it sits flush in the channel of the caster headtube. NOTE: An [...]

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    44 INST ALLING QUICK-RELEASE CASTERS (FIGURE 6) W ARNING Pull on quick-release casters each time BE-[...]

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    45 This Procedure includes the following: Removing/Installing Rear Wheels Adjusting the Quick-Releas[...]

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    46 W ARNING Make sure the detent pin and locking pins of the quad-release axle are fully released BE[...]

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    47 W ARNING Make sure detent pin and locking pins of the quick/quad-release axles are fully released[...]

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    48 5. Install a SHORT screw through the link and the rear wheel and loosely tighten with washer and [...]

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    49 W ARNING DO NOT inflate tire until it is completely assembled. 7. Inflate the tire to the correct[...]

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    50 NOTE: Make sure the number of threads showing beyond the outside jam nut is the SAME for both rea[...]

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    51 This Procedure includes the following: Adjusting the Wheel Locks Wheel Lock Extension Handle Inst[...]

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    52 8. Pull the elastic cord back down into the wheel lock extension handle. 9. Reinstall the black r[...]

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    53 This Procedure Includes the Following: Recliner Operation Adjusting the Recliner Cables Replacing[...]

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    54 7 . Unscrew the fitting end of the existing recliner cable from the trigger release lever . 8 . U[...]

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    55 5 . Finger tighten jam nut on the new gas cylinder until it bottoms out on the cylinder rod. W AR[...]

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    56 7. T ighten the jam nut on the rod of the new gas cylin- der that secures the gas cylinder to the[...]

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    57 This Procedure includes the following: Seat-T o-Floor Height Determination Changing Seat-T o-Floo[...]

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    58 CHANGING SEA T-TO-FLOOR HEIGHT Rear Seat-to-Floor Height W ARNING NEVER use the Standard Multi-Po[...]

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    59 AXLE MOUNTING PLA TE POSITIONS FOR 20, 22 or 24-INCH REAR WHEELS Refer to the following figures t[...]

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    60 S E A T T O F L O O R SEA T-T O-FLOOR PROCEDURE 9 INLINE CASTER HEADTUBE FRONT SEA T-TO-FLOOR HEI[...]

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    61 S E A T T O F L O O R SEA T-TO-FLOOR PROCEDURE 9 FRONT CASTER FRONT S-T-F SIZE S-T-F 16-1/2 5 17-[...]

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    62 This Procedure includes the following: Seat Depth Determination Changing Seat Depth Seat Depth Ch[...]

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    63 SEA T DEPTH CHECKLIST 1. Review the charts on the following pages to determine the proper back, s[...]

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    64 BACK, SEA T RAIL AND CROSSBRACE POSITIONS FOR 12-INCH SEA T DEPTH S E A T D E P T H PROCEDURE 10 [...]

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    65 BACK, SEA T RAIL AND CROSSBRACE POSITIONS FOR 13-INCH SEA T DEPTH S E A T D E P T H SEA T DEPTH P[...]

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    66 BACK, SEA T RAIL AND CROSSBRACE POSITIONS FOR 14-INCH SEA T DEPTH S E A T D E P T H PROCEDURE 10 [...]

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    67 S E A T D E P T H SEA T DEPTH PROCEDURE 10 BACK, SEA T RAIL AND CROSSBRACE POSITIONS FOR 15-INCH [...]

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    68 BACK, SEA T RAIL AND CROSSBRACE POSITIONS FOR 16-INCH SEA T DEPTH SEA T DEPTH S E A T D E P T H P[...]

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    69 BACK, SEA T RAIL AND CROSSBRACE POSITIONS FOR 18-INCH SEA T DEPTH S E A T D E P T H SEA T DEPTH P[...]

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    70 NOTES NOTES N O T E S[...]

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    71 LIMITED W ARRANTY PLEASE NOTE: THE W ARRANTY BELOW HAS BEEN DRAFTED TO COMPL Y WITH FEDERAL LA W [...]

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