Invacare 9000 Series manual

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    Service Manual DEALER: Keep this manual. The procedur es in this manual must be performed by a qua[...]

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    REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 9000 Series 2 Part No. 107 6155  WARNING THE PROCEDURES IN THIS SERVICE MA[...]

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Part No. 1076155 3 9000 Series TABLE OF CONTENTS REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ..........[...]

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 9000 Series 4 Part No. 107 6155 TABLE OF CONTENTS 24-Inch Rear Wheels and 8-Inch[...]

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    Part No. 1076155 5 9000 Series SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS .............................[...]

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    SPECIAL NOTES 9000 Series 6 Part No. 107 6155 SPECIAL NOTES Signal  words  are  use d [...]

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    LABEL LOCATION Part No. 1076155 7 9000 Series IMPORT ANT NOTICE The wheel locks on this wheelchair[...]

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS 9000 Series 8 Part No. 107 6155 TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS *NOTE:  T[...]

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS Part No. 1076155 9 9000 Series *NOTE:  These  options  are [...]

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS 9000 Series 10 Part No. 107 6155 *NOTE:  These  options  are [...]

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS Part No. 1076155 11 9000 Series *NOTE:  These  options  are ?[...]

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    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES 9000 Series 12 Part No. 107 6155 SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES ?[...]

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    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES Part No. 1076155 13 9000 Series Stability - Recliner Models Only A[...]

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    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES 9000 Series 14 Part No. 107 6155 DO  NOT  attempt  to [...]

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    SECTION 2—SAFETY INSPECTION/TROUBLESHOOTING Part No. 1076155 15 9000 Series SECTION 2—SAFETY [...]

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    SECTION 2—SAFETY INSPECTION/TROUBLESHOOTING 9000 Series 16 Part No. 107 6155 ❑ Ensure  whe[...]

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    SECTION 2—SAFETY INSPECTION/TROUBLESHOOTING Part No. 1076155 17 9000 Series 2. 9000  SL/900[...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK 9000 Series 18 Part No. 107 6155 SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK  WARNING [...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK Part No. 1076155 19 9000 Series Adjusting Back Height 9000 SL without A[...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK 9000 Series 20 Part No. 107 6155 9000 SL with Adjustable Back Angle Opt[...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK Part No. 1076155 21 9000 Series 2. Remove  the  four  (4) [...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK 9000 Series 22 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 3.4 Adjusting Seat Width Whee[...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK Part No. 1076155 23 9000 Series Adjusting Seat Depth  WARNING The s[...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK 9000 Series 24 Part No. 107 6155 9000 XDT and 9000 SL NOTE:  For [...]

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    SECTION 3—SEAT AND BACK Part No. 1076155 25 9000 Series 6. Install  the  new  seat [...]

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    SECTION 4—FRONT CASTERS 9000 Series 26 Part No. 107 6155 SECTION 4—FRONT CASTERS  WARNING [...]

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    SECTION 4—FRONT CASTERS Part No. 1076155 27 9000 Series Converting from Trailing to Leading or [...]

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    SECTION 4—FRONT CASTERS 9000 Series 28 Part No. 107 6155 5. Loosely  tighten  the  bot[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 29 9000 Series SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR  WARNING [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 30 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 5.1 Changing Seat-to-Floor Hei[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 31 9000 Series 8. Adjust  the  wheel  lock[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 32 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 5.3 Adult/Tall Frame Style Ad[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 33 9000 Series NOTE:  Charts  1  to  8 [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 34 Part No. 107 6155 *NOTE:  This  offset  axle ?[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 35 9000 Series *NOTE:  This  offset  axle [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 36 Part No. 107 6155 *NOTE:  This  offset  axle ?[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 37 9000 Series 24-Inch Rear Wheels an d 6-Inch Front C[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 38 Part No. 107 6155 Chart 10 - Seat-to-Floor Height of 17?[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 39 9000 Series 22-Inch Rear Wheels an d 8-Inch Front C[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 40 Part No. 107 6155 Refer  to  the  following [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 41 9000 Series *NOTE:  This  offset  axle [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 42 Part No. 107 6155 *NOTE:  This  offset  axle ?[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 43 9000 Series *NOTE:  This  offset  axle [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 44 Part No. 107 6155 Chart 21 - Seat-to-Floor Height of 17?[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 45 9000 Series Chart 24 - Seat-to-Floor Height of 16?[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 46 Part No. 107 6155 20-Inch Rear Wheels an d 8-Inch Front [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 47 9000 Series *NOTE:  The  seat ‐ to ‐ floo[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 48 Part No. 107 6155 20-Inch Rear Wheels an d 6-Inch Front [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 49 9000 Series Chart 32 - Seat-to-Floor Height of 17½[...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR 9000 Series 50 Part No. 107 6155 Chart 35 - Sea t-to-Fl oor Height of [...]

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    SECTION 5—SEAT TO FLOOR Part No. 1076155 51 9000 Series Chart 38 - Seat-to-Floor Height of 15½[...]

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    SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS 9000 Series 52 Part No. 107 6155 SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS  WARNING Aft[...]

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    SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS Part No. 1076155 53 9000 Series 5. If  the  detent  balls ?[...]

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    SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS 9000 Series 54 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 6.2 Removing/Installing Rear Whe[...]

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    SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS Part No. 1076155 55 9000 Series iii. P osition  one  (1)  offset[...]

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    SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS 9000 Series 56 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 6.3 Removing/Installing Rear Whe[...]

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    SECTION 6—REAR WHEELS Part No. 1076155 57 9000 Series Adjusting Quick-Release Axle  WARNING [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 58 Part No. 107 6155 SECTION 7—RECLINER  WARNING After any[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 59 9000 Series NOTE:  Tu r n i n g  the  swivel ?[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 60 Part No. 107 6155 •I f  there  is  too  much ?[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 61 9000 Series 4. Loosen  the  jam  nut,  rotat[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 62 Part No. 107 6155 2. Align  threads  of  threaded ?[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 63 9000 Series FIGURE 7.4 Disconnecting/Connectin g Lower [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 64 Part No. 107 6155 Replacing Threaded Sector NOTE:  For [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 65 9000 Series Replacing Locking Rod NOTE:  For  this[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 66 Part No. 107 6155 2. Remove  the  armrests.  Refer [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 67 9000 Series FIGURE 7.7 Replacing Back Tube Removing/In[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 68 Part No. 107 6155 Installing CAUTION DO NOT remove the retain[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 69 9000 Series Replacing Recliner Tube NOTE:  For  th[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 70 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 7.9 Replacing Recliner Tube STEPS [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 71 9000 Series Adjusting Seat Width NOTE:  For  this [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 72 Part No. 107 6155 10. Secure  the  pivot  link ?[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 73 9000 Series FIGURE 7.10 Adjusting Seat Width Pivot Lin[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 74 Part No. 107 6155 Adjusting Seat Depth NOTE:  For  this[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 75 9000 Series Removing/Installing Rear Wheels With Patient[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 76 Part No. 107 6155 NOTE:  For  this  proced ure, [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 77 9000 Series FIGURE 7.15 Adjusting Attendant Operated Wh[...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER 9000 Series 78 Part No. 107 6155 FIGURE 7.16 Changing Seat-to-Floor Height [...]

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    SECTION 7—RECLINER Part No. 1076155 79 9000 Series 9000 XT RECLINER WHEEL SIZE REAR/CASTER SEA[...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS 9000 Series 80 Part No. 107 6155 SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WH[...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS Part No. 1076155 81 9000 Series 3. Measure  the  dist[...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS 9000 Series 82 Part No. 107 6155 Using/Adjusting Disk Wheel [...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS Part No. 1076155 83 9000 Series 2. Depending  on  th[...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS 9000 Series 84 Part No. 107 6155 7. Repeat  STEPS  1 ?[...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS Part No. 1076155 85 9000 Series Installing Wheel Lock Shoe E[...]

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    SECTION 8—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS 9000 Series 86 Part No. 107 6155 NOTES[...]

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    LIMITED WARRANTY Part No. 1076155 87 9000 Series LIMITED WARRANTY PLEASE NOTE: THE WARRANTY BELOW[...]

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