Invacare 1097049 manual

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    Owner's Operator And Maintenance Manual 52;,-4 c DEALER: THIS MANUAL MUST BE GIVEN [...]

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    2 SPECIAL NOTES W ARNING/CAUTION notices as used in this manual apply to hazards or unsafe practices[...]

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

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    4 LABELS L A B E L S W ARNING 1 097061 Rev . A (1)3/00 DO NO T step or stand on rear folding links[...]

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    5 SPECIFICA TIONS S P E C I F I C A T I O N S SPECIFICATIONS *14-inch Seat Frame with complete packa[...]

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    6 PROCEDURE 1 GENERAL GUIDELINES ST ABILITY ST ABILITY W ARNINGS The seat dump, back angle, seatin[...]

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    7 OPERA TING INFORMA TION GENERAL W ARNINGS Unless otherwise noted, all service and adjustments sh[...]

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    8 G E N E R A L G U I D E L I N E S PROCEDURE 1 GENERAL GUIDELINES GENERAL W ARNINGS (CONTINUED) A[...]

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    9 S A F E T Y / H A N D L I N G PROCEDURE 1 GENERAL GUIDELINES G E N E R A L G U I D E L I N E S SAF[...]

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    10 Functional Reach From a Wheelchair The approximate reach-limit values shown in the accom- panying[...]

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    11 Position wheelchair as close as possible to the desired object. Point front casters forward to cr[...]

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    12 Position the wheelchair as close as possible along side the seat to which you are transferring, w[...]

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    13 SAFETY INSPECTION I N S P E C T I O N This Procedure includes the following: Safety Inspection Ch[...]

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    14 SAFETY INSPECTION TROUBLESHOOTING CHAIR CHAIR SLUGGISH CASTER SQUEAKS LOOSENESS CHAIR SOLUTIO[...]

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    15 Footrest Mounting Pin ADJUSTING THE FOOTREST HEIGHT (FIGURE 2) NOTE: Lay the assembly on a flat s[...]

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    16 PROCEDURE 3 FRONT RIGGINGS 3 . Retighten the two (2) flat screws, washers and lock- nuts. NOTE[...]

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    17 FRONT RIGGINGS PROCEDURE 3 Hex Screw/Coved Washer Phillips Screw Spacer Locknut FIGURE 8 - HEEL[...]

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    18 FIGURE 2 - INST ALLING OPTIONAL F ABRIC CLOTHING GUARDS Fabric Clothing Guard Fastening Strap Sea[...]

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    19 FIGURE 3 - INST ALLING/REMOVING SEA T POSITIONING STRAP Rear Edge of Seat Upholstery NOTE: Only H[...]

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    20 F R A M E FIGURE 1 - FOLDING/UNFOLDING THE WHEELCHAIR DET AIL "A" - UNFOLDING Side Fram[...]

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    21 FIGURE 3 - FOLDING/UNFOLDING THE BACK Back Canes Back Release Cord FOLDING/UNFOLDING THE BACK (FI[...]

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    22 FIGURE 5 - ADJUSTING THE BACK HEIGHT Receiver T ube HOLE 5 4 3 2 1 NOTE: Long receiver tube shown[...]

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    23 T-Arm Socket Slot Locking Lever (T owards the front of the wheelchair .) T-Arm Wheelchair Frame A[...]

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    24 Socket Screws Arm Pad Phillips Screw T-Arm Post Arm T ube NOTE: If necessary , turn arm tube 180 [...]

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    25 FIGURE 6 - ADJUSTING T-ARM SOCKETS Hex Screws and Washers T-Arm Hex Screws and Washers T-Arm Soc[...]

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    26 REAR WHEELS PROCEDURE 7 R E A R W H E E L S Detent Pin Locknut Detent Balls Axle Mounting Plate[...]

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    27 REAR WHEELS PROCEDURE 7 R E A R W H E E L S INSTALLING QUAD-RELEASE AXLES (FIGURE 3) 1 . Remov[...]

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    28 REPAIRING/REPLACING PNEUMATIC CASTER OR REAR WHEEL TIRE/TUBE W ARNING Replacement of a pneumatic [...]

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    29 R E A R W H E E L S 1-1/2 to 2-inch Clearance Front Release Button Anti-tipper Anti-tipper Mount[...]

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

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

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