Invacare MA60 manual

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    Owner’s Operator and Maintenance Manual DEALE R: This manual M UST be given to the user of th e pr[...]

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    SPECIAL NOTES MA60 Series 2 Part No 1148137  WARNING DO NOT use this product or any available opt[...]

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    TABL E OF CON TENT S Part No 1148137 3 MA60 Series TABLE OF CONTENT S SPE CI AL NOT ES ..... ...... [...]

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS MA60 Series 4 Part No 1148137 TABLE OF CONTENT S Preparing for CPR Procedure......[...]

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS Part No 1148137 5 MA 60 Se rie s TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS Electrical Pa[...]

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS MA60 Series 6 Part No 1148137 Environmental Parameters MA60/MA65 OPERATIN[...]

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    LABEL LOCATION Part No 1148137 7 MA 60 Se rie s LABEL LOCAT ION DANGER-EXPLOSION HAZARD: DO NOT us e[...]

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    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES MA60 Series 8 Part No 1148137 SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES  WARN[...]

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    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES Part No 1148137 9 MA 60 Se rie s Fire Hazard  DANGER Smoking DO NO[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION MA60 Series 10 Part No 1148137 SECTION 2—OPERATION CAUTION The control unit [...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION Part No 1148137 11 MA60 Se rie s FIGURE 2.1 Installing the Powered Mattress In[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION MA60 Series 12 Part No 1148137 Connecting the Hose  CAUT ION Ensure that th[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION Part No 1148137 13 MA60 Se rie s Connecting the Power Cord  WARNING DO NOT [...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION MA60 Series 14 Part No 1148137 Using the Front Panel NOTE: For this pr ocedure[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION Part No 1148137 15 MA60 Se rie s Alternating Pressure Butt on 1. Press the Alt[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION MA60 Series 16 Part No 1148137 Firm/Soft Buttons 1. Select comfort pressure se[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION Part No 1148137 17 MA60 Se rie s Max Inflate/Lo w Air Loss B utton MA60 System[...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION MA60 Series 18 Part No 1148137 • Alarm Silence mode - Pressi ng this button [...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION Part No 1148137 19 MA60 Se rie s 9. V erify that the patient has not bottomed [...]

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    SECTION 2—OPERATION MA60 Series 20 Part No 1148137 Transferring Patient From/To a Wheel chair  [...]

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    SECTION 3—MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING Part No 1148137 21 MA60 Se rie s SECTION 3—MAIN TENANC[...]

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    SECTION 3—MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING MA60 Series 22 Part No 1148137 CAUTION Laundry workers s[...]

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    SECTION 3—MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING Part No 1148137 23 MA60 Se rie s Troubleshooting PRO BL [...]

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    LIMITED WARRANTY PLEASE NO TE: TH E WAR RANTY B ELOW H AS BEEN DRAFTE D TO COMPLY W ITH FED ERAL LAW[...]