Invacare TRACER EX manual

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    TRACER EX TRACER IV HEAVY DUTY/EXTRAWIDE TRACER TRANSPORT INVACARE MG R R R R Owner's Operator [...]

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    2 W A R N I N G W ARNING SA VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS W ARNING DO NOT OPERA T E THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT F[...]

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    3 T ABLE OF CONTENTS T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S NOTE: The information in this owner's manual[...]

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    4 SPECIAL NOTES S P E C I A L N O T E S W ARNING/CAUTION notices as used in this manual apply to haz[...]

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    5 OPERA TING INFORMA TION W ARNING T o deter mine and establish your particular safety limits, pract[...]

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    6 SAFETY SUMMARY SAFETY SUMMAR Y S A F E T Y S U M M A R Y W ARNING TIRE PRESSURE DO NOT use your wh[...]

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    7 S A F E T Y & H A N D L I N G SAFETY/HANDLING SAFETY/HANDLING OF WHEELCHAIRS “Safety and Han[...]

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    8 S A F E T Y & H A N D L I N G SAFETY/HANDLING CENTER OF GRA VITY Example 46% 54% 103 lbs. 130 [...]

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    9 S A F E T Y & H A N D L I N G SAFETY/HANDLING TIPPING W ARNING DO NOT tip the wheelchair witho[...]

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

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    11 S A F E T Y & H A N D L I N G SAFETY/HANDLING FOLDING AND UNFOLDING THE WHEELCHAIR W ARNING K[...]

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    12 S P E C I F I C A T I O N S SPECIFICA TIONS *Weights based on 18-inch wide chair without front ri[...]

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    13 SAFETY INSPECTION CHECK LIST S A F E T Y I N S P E C T I O N ITEM GENERAL ● Wheelchair rolls st[...]

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    14 TROUBLESHOOTING/MAINTENANCE T R O U B L E S H O O T I N G M A I N T E N A N C E MAINTENANCE SAFET[...]

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    15 This Procedure includes the following: Swingaway Footrest Assembly Installation Swingaway Footres[...]

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    16 F R O N T R I G G I N G S PROCEDURE 1 FRONT RIGGINGS ELEVATING LEGREST ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION (FIG[...]

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    17 This Procedure Includes the Following: Removing or Replacing Standard Armrest Adjusting Armrest H[...]

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    18 REPLACING THE BACK UPHOLSTERY (FIGURE 2) 1. Remove the screws and washers that secure the existin[...]

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    19 PROCEDURE 3 SEA T AND BACK S E A T A N D B A C K Rear Seat Guide Front Seat Guide FIGURE 5 - ALL [...]

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    20 REMOVING/INSTALLING THE REAR WHEELS (FIGURE 1) 1. Remove the dust cap, hex screw and locknut that[...]

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    21 This Procedure Includes the Following: Installing/Replacing Six or Eight-inch Front Casters and F[...]

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    22 SEA T-T O-FLOOR HEIGHTS PROCEDURE 6 D E A L E R A D J U S T M E N T S This Procedure Includes the[...]

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    23 ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS PROCEDURE 7 Installing the Anti-tippers (FIGURES 1 an d 2) NOTE: T o ens[...]

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    24 WHEEL LOCK ADJUSTMENT (FIGURE 4) NOTE: Before adjusting or replacing the wheel lock assemblies, e[...]

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    25 This Procedure Includes the Following: Installing the Amputee Attachment Installing Fixed Height [...]

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    26 O P T I O N S INSTALLING THE SEAT POSITIONING STRAP (FIGURE 4) W ARNING A L WA YS wear your posit[...]

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    27 FIGURE 5 - INST ALLING/ADJUSTING THE FRONT ANTI-TIPPERS Adjusting Front Anti-tippers 1. Measure f[...]

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    28 INSTALLING THE TELESCOPING I.V. ROD NOTE: Flip-back style arms will not flip back when used on th[...]

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    29 Installing Ther telescoping I.V. Rod on Transport Wheelchairs Only (FIGURE 2) 1 . Determine if th[...]

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    30 Repositioning The Upper Attachment (FIGURE 3) 1 . With the T elescoping I.V . rod in the lowest p[...]

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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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