Invacare LX-3PLUS manual

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    Ser vice Manual L YNX /P ANTHER SERIES SCOO TERS L YNX SX-3P L YNX SX-3 L YNX LX-3 L YNX LX-[...]

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    2 2 W A R N I N G W ARNING THE PROCEDURES IN THIS MANUAL SHOULD ONL Y BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED SE[...]

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    3 3 T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S TABLE OF CONTENTS W ARNING/SPECIAL NOTES .................. 2 SP[...]

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    4 4 SPECIFICA TIONS S P E C I F I C A T I O N S SPECIFICATIONS K NOTE: with Optional Deluxe Seat. *[...]

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    5 5 GENERAL GUIDELINES G E N E R A L G U I D E L I N E S OPERA TING INFORMA TION GENERAL W ARNINGS P[...]

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    6 6 EM I W ARNINGS (CONTINUED) The sources of radiated EMI can be broadly classified into three type[...]

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    7 7 WARNING/CAUTION LABEL LOCATION G E N E R A L G U I D E L I N E S PROCEDURE 1 GENERAL GUIDELIN[...]

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    8 8 PROCEDURE 2 SAFETY INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE/TROUBLESHOOTING S A F E T Y I N S P E C T I O N Thi[...]

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    9 9 MAINTENANCE W ARNING After ANY adjustments, repair or service and BEFORE use, make sure that all[...]

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    10 10 S A F E T Y I N S P E C T I O N M A I N T E N A N C E PROCEDURE 2 SAFETY INSPECTION/MAINTENA[...]

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    11 11 This Procedure Includes the Following: Replacing Seat Post SEA T PROCEDURE 3 W ARNING After A[...]

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    12 12 This Procedure Includes the Following: Replacing Hand Grips Replacing LED Canopy Replacing Thr[...]

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    13 13 TILLER PROCEDURE 4 NOTE: T o ensure the NEW throttle lever performs correctly , make certain [...]

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    14 14 (P ANTHER MX - 4) Cable Ties Retaining T abs Retaining T abs Brake Cable Cable Tie Tiller W ir[...]

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    15 15 TILLER PROCEDURE 4 T I L L E R Section B - Disconnecting/Connecting Hand Brake Cable Assembly[...]

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    16 16 PROCEDURE 4 TILLER T I L L E R Section C - Disconnecting/Connecting Head light Assembly (FIGU[...]

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    17 17 Section D - Disconnecting/Connecting Tiller Assembly And Handle Bar Joint (FIGURE 7) DISCONNEC[...]

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    18 18 T I L L E R PROCEDURE 4 TILLER Section F - Removing/Installing Tiller From/To Front Frame Ass[...]

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    19 19 PROCEDURE 4 TILLER T I L L E R REMOVING/INSTALLING BOOT (FIGURE 9) Removing 1. Remove the t[...]

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    20 20 PROCEDURE 5 SHROUD/FORK/WHEELS/TIE RODS S H R O U D / F O R K / W H E E L S This Procedure In[...]

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    21 21 5. Perform one (1) of the following: A. LYNX SX - 3, LYNX SX - 3P , LYNX LX - 3 and PANTHER [...]

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    22 22 PROCEDURE 5 SHROUD/FORK/WHEELS/TIE RODS REMOVING/INSTALLING FORK WITH BEARING ASSEMBLY (FIGUR[...]

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    23 23 REMOVING/INSTALLING FRONT AXLE ASSEMBLY NOTE: This procedure applies to the P ANTHER LX - 4 an[...]

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    24 24 PROCEDURE 5 SHROUD/FORK/WHEELS/TIE RODS CAUTION DO NOT overtighten the self-locking nut secur[...]

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    25 25 RE PLACING TIE ROD ASSEMBLY NOTE: This procedure applies to the P ANTHER LX - 4 and the P A[...]

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    26 26 PROCEDURE 5 SHROUD/FORK/WHEELS/TIE RODS S H R O U D / F O R K / W H E E L S / T I E R O D S F[...]

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    27 27 S H R O U D / F O R K / W H E E L S / T I E R O D S FIGURE 6 - REPLACING TIE ROD ASSEMBL Y - P[...]

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    28 28 PROCEDURE 5 SHROUD/FORK/WHEELS/TIE RODS REMOVING/INSTALLING SMALL TIE RODS NOTE: This procedu[...]

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    29 29 Panther MX - 4 (FIGURE 8) REMOVING. 1. Remove the tiller assembly . Refer to REMOV- ING/INST[...]

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    30 30 PROCEDURE 5 SHROUD/FORK/WHEELS/TIE RODS 3. Position the mounting bolt on the large tie rod i[...]

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    31 31 S H R O U D / F O R K / W H E E L S / T I E R O D S FIGURE 10 - REMOVING/INST ALLING LARGE TI[...]

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    32 32 PROCEDURE 6 TRANSAXLE/MOTOR/BRAKE This Procedure Includes the Following: Removing/InstallingT[...]

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    33 33 T R A N S A X L E / M O T O R / B R A K E L YNX SX - 3P, LYNX SX - 3 L YNX LX - 3, PANTHER LX [...]

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    34 34 TRANSAXLE/MOTOR/BRAKE PROCEDURE 6 T R A N S A X L E / M O T O R / B R A K E CAUTION DO NOT o[...]

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    35 35 T R A N S A X L E / M O T O R / B R A K E FIGURE 3 - REPLACING MOTOR/BRAKE ASSEMBL Y Nylock Bo[...]

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    36 36 PROCEDURE 6 T R A N S A X L E / M O T O R / B R A K E TRANSAXLE/MOTOR/BRAKE REPLACING BRAKE RE[...]

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    37 37 REMOVING/INSTALLING CONTROLLER Disconnecting/Connecting Controller Wires (FIGURE 1) DISCONNECT[...]

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    38 38 PROCEDURE 7 CONTROLLER C O N T R O L L E R INSTALLING. 1. Perform one of the following: A. L[...]

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    39 39 C O N T R O L L E R FIGURE 2 - REMOVING/INST ALLING CONTROLLER FROM/TO CONTROLLER PLA TE P ANT[...]

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    40 40 PROCEDURE 7 CONTROLLER C O N T R O L L E R 5. Connect the RED and BLACK connectors of the[...]

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    41 41 C O N T R O L L E R 7. Cut the cable tie securing the transaxle wiring har- ness to the rea[...]

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    42 42 PROCEDURE 7 C O N T R O L L E R FIGURE 5 - REMOVING/INST ALLING CONTROLLER HARNESSES - PANTHER[...]

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    43 43 C O N T R O L L E R REPLACING CIRCUIT BREAKER (FIGURE 6) Note: Note the proper positions of th[...]

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    44 44 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - L YNX SX - 3P PROCEDURE 8 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S L Y N X S X 3[...]

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    45 45 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S PROCEDURE 9 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - L YNX LX - 3 This Procedure[...]

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    46 46 PROCEDURE 10 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER LX - 4 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S P A N T H [...]

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    47 47 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER LX - 4 PROCEDURE 10 REPLACING [...]

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    48 48 PROCEDURE 1 1 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER MX - 4 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S P A N T H[...]

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    49 49 PROCEDURE 1 1 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER MX - 4 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S 13. Posi[...]

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    50 50 PROCEDURE 1 1 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER MX - 4 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S P A N T H[...]

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    51 51 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S PROCEDURE 1 1 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER MX - 4 FIGURE 3 [...]

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    52 52 PROCEDURE 1 1 REPLACEMENT P ARTS - P ANTHER MX - 4 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S P A N T H[...]

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    53 53 FIGURE 6 - REPLACING HAND BRAKE ASSEMBL Y DET AIL “ A ” Bolt Hand Brake Assembly Handle [...]

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    54 54 R E P L A C E M E N T P A R T S REMOVING/INSTALLING REAR SHOCK ABSORBERS (FIGURE 8) Removing 1[...]

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    55 55 55 55 FIGURE 8 - REMOVING/INST ALLING REAR SHOCK ABSORBER Rear Frame Assembly Rear Shock Absor[...]

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    56 56 O P T I O N S PROCEDURE 12 OPTIONS This Procedure Includes the Following: Preparing the Scoot[...]

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    57 57 OPTIONS PROCEDURE 12 O P T I O N S FIGURE 1 - PREP ARING THE SCOOTER FOR LEFT HAND OPERA TION[...]

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    58 58 N O T E S NOTES NOTES ________________________________________________________________________[...]

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    59 59 LIMITED WARRANTY PLEASE NOTE: THE W ARRANTY BELOW HAS BEEN DRAFTED TO COMPL Y WITH FEDERAL LA [...]

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