A dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions For Use

A dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions For Use
Instructions for Use
A-dec 300 Delivery Systems
Models 332, 333, 334, 335, and 336
A-dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions for Use

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Regulatory Information
© 2015 A-dec Inc. All rights reserved.
Regulatory information mandated by agency requirements is
provided in the Regulatory Information, Specifications, and Warranty
document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is available in the Document Library
at www.a-dec.com.
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Certain touchpad symbols are proprietary to A-dec Inc. Any use of
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of A-dec Inc., is strictly prohibited.
Product Service
Product service is available through your local authorized A-dec dealer.
For service information, or to locate an authorized dealer, contact A-dec
at 1.800.547.1883 in the USA and Canada or 1.503.538.7478 worldwide,
or visit www.a-dec.com.
Product Models and Versions Covered in This Document
Model
Versions
Description
332
A
Delivery System
333
A
Delivery System
334
A, B
Delivery System
335
A, B
Delivery System
336
A
Delivery System
Content Map
Touchpad.....................6
Tray Holder................. 17
Master Toggle..............2
Flexarm...........5, 16, 18
Oil Collector.............. 19
Water Bottle.............. 20
Operate / Adjust ........................................... 2
Clean / Maintain.......................................... 19
Specifications and Warranty....................... 24
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A-dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions for Use
Operate / Adjust
Operate / Adjust
Power On/Off
Master Toggle
Use the master toggle to turn on the power, water, and air. The master
toggle is normally located on the delivery system, but may instead be
located on the support center or floor box on chairs without a delivery
system.
Delivery System
Master Toggle
(A-dec 332 shown)
If there is no power to the system, verify that the chair power button is
pushed in. The chair power must be on in order for the master toggle to
control system power.
When to Turn Off the Power
Chair Power Button
To save energy, turn off the power at the end of the work day and
during longer periods of non-use.
Baseplate
Status Light
Touchpads and the Status Light
The A-dec logo on the touchpad illuminates when the system is on
and ready for use. If the status light blinks, it may indicate that a safety
feature has interrupted chair motion. See “Chair Safety Features” on
page 3 for more information.
For complete details on touchpad functionality, please see
“Touchpad Controls” on page 6.
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Chair Safety Features
A-dec dental chairs and systems include several features designed to
improve safety. Activated stop switches may halt the chair or prevent it
from moving. To help ensure uninterrupted chair motion:
• remove any potential obstructions under the chair and attached
modules
Chair Stop Plate
• avoid pressing the foot control disk or lever
• keep handpieces properly seated in their holders
If the Chair Stops Unexpectedly
Check the actions listed above to correct the condition. If the downward
movement of the chair stopped because of an obstruction, use the
touchpad or footswitch to raise the chair and remove the obstruction.
Autoclavable Syringe
To install the A-dec syringe tip, push the tip in until you feel two clicks.
Press both buttons simultaneously for the air/water spray.
Water
Air
2 Clicks
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IMPORTANT For detailed instructions on syringe usage,
flow adjustment, and maintenance, see the A-dec Syringes
Instructions for Use (p/n 85.0680.00).
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A-dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions for Use
Operate / Adjust
Handpiece Activation and Operation
To activate a handpiece, lift it from the holder or pull the whip forward.
Use the foot control to perform the desired handpiece operation.
Run/
Speed +
Accessory/
Chip Blower Button
Control
Operation
Procedure
Disc
Foot Control
Run a handpiece.
Press on the disc. Push down to
increase speed.
Run a handpiece with or
without water coolant.
Move the wet/dry toggle toward
the blue dot for wet operation or
away from the blue dot for dry
operation. Then press on the disc.
Run the optional
accessory or chip blower.
Press the accessory/chip blower
button.*
Operate the intraoral
camera.
Press on the disc to capture an
image.*
Run a handpiece with
water coolant.
Move the lever to the left. Move
farther to increase speed.
Run a handpiece without
water coolant.
Move the lever to the right. Move
farther to increase speed.
Run the optional
accessory or chip blower.
Press the accessory/chip blower
switch.*
Operate the intraoral
camera.
Move the lever to the left or right
to capture an image.*
Wet/Dry
Toggle
Lever
Foot Control
Accessory/
Chip Blower Switch
Speed +
(wet)
Speed +
(dry)
* Contact your authorized A-dec dealer for questions about the operation or configuration of your
integrated A-dec accessories.
NOTE The lever foot control function can be reversed
by a technician (change left direction to dry, right
direction to wet). For more details, contact your
authorized A-dec dealer.
For handpiece coolant adjustments, see page 14.
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Control Head Positioning
Flexarm Brake
On systems with a counterbalanced flexarm, an integrated brake
maintains the vertical position of the control head (with up to 8 lb
[3.6 kg] of additional weight). The brake does not restrict side-to-side
movement. To adjust the control head height:
1. Press and hold the button to disengage the brake while you position
the control head.
2. Release the button to engage the brake.
Manual Height Adjustment (336 delivery system only)
To adjust the control head height on systems with manual height
adjustment:
Control Arm
Stop Ring
1. Lift the control arm.
NOTE The height adjustment range for the control arm is
5" (127 mm).
Control Arm Stop
2. Slide the stop ring to the desired height groove.
3. Lower the control arm and stop ring into the control arm stop.
Tension
Setscrews
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If the control arm is difficult to lift or rotate, or rotates too freely, use a
3/32" hex key to loosen or tighten the two tension setscrews.
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Operate / Adjust
Touchpad Controls
The A-dec touchpad and footswitch control chair movement in the same
way. See your dental chair Instructions for Use for detailed information
about your footswitch controls.
Basic Touchpad Functions
Your A-dec 300 system may include a standard or deluxe touchpad, or
both. The standard touchpad operates the chair, cuspidor, and dental
light functions. The deluxe touchpad adds functions for electric motors
and other integrated clinical devices. Both touchpads provide manual
and programmable controls.
Cupfill
Dental Light
Bowl Rinse
Dental Light
Bowl Rinse
Cupfill
Endodontics/
Electric Motor
Controls
Manual
Chair Controls
Programmable
Chair Controls
Standard Touchpad
Deluxe Touchpad
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Touchpad Controls (continued)
Standard Touchpad
Deluxe Touchpad
Press and hold an arrow button
until the chair is in the desired
position. The horizontal arrows
raise and lower the chair back.
The vertical arrows raise and
lower the chair base.
Chair
Back
Chair Base
Standard Touchpad
Manual Chair Controls
Programmable Chair
Controls
Deluxe Touchpad
Press and release a programmable button to move the chair to a preset
position. These buttons are programmed at the factory as follows:
Icon
Programmable
Chair Buttons
WARNING Ensure that the patient is positioned safely
before using the manual or programmable chair
controls. Never leave the patient unattended while
the chair is in motion. Always take extra care with
small children and patients with limited mobility.
To stop the chair at any point during programmed
movement, push any chair positioning button on the
footswitch or touchpad.
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Position
Factory Setting
Entry/Exit
Positions the chair for patient entry/exit.
Treatment 1
Positions the chair base and back down.
Treatment 2
Positions the chair base down and back
partially up (standard touchpad only).
X-ray/Rinse
Moves the chair to either x-ray or rinse position.
Press again to move the chair to the previous
position.
Note: Touchpad symbols are proprietary to A-dec Inc.
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A-dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions for Use
Operate / Adjust
Touchpad Controls (continued)
Reprogram Entry/Exit, Treatment 1 and 2* Buttons
Standard Touchpad
To change the factory preset chair positions assigned to the entry/exit
and treatment buttons ( , , *):
Program
Button
Entry/Exit
X-ray/Rinse
Treatment 1
Treatment 2
1. Use the manual controls to position the chair as desired.
or . One beep indicates that the program2. Press and release
ming mode is on.
3. Within five seconds, press the chair position button you wish to
reprogram (for example, press ). Three beeps confirm that the new
setting is programmed into memory.
* Note: The deluxe touchpad does not include a Treatment 2 button.
Reprogram X-Ray/Rinse Button
Deluxe Touchpad
The x-ray/rinse button ( ) is preset to move the chair and patient into
an upright position for x-rays or cuspidor access. A second press of
returns the chair to the previous position.
You can reprogram
to function in a similar way to the other programmable chair preset buttons. To change its function:
Entry/Exit
Treatment 1
Program
Button
X-ray/Rinse
1. Press and hold
or
○ One beep indicates
preset button.
and
at the same time for three seconds.
is set as another programmable chair
○ Three beeps confirm that
is configured as the x-ray/rinse
factory preset (which toggles between the x-ray/rinse and the
previous chair position).
2. If you reprogram
as another programmable button and want
to assign a different chair position, follow the steps outlined in
“Reprogram Entry/Exit, Treatment 1 and 2* Buttons” above.
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Touchpad Controls (continued)
Dental Light Auto On/Off Feature
Standard Touchpad
Dental Light
Program
Button
The auto on/off feature turns the A-dec light on once the chair reaches a
preset treatment position.
When you press or , the dental light turns off and the chair moves
to that preset position.
To disable the auto on/off feature, press and hold the program button
( or ) and at the same time for three seconds until you hear
one beep.
To enable the auto on/off feature, press and hold
or
same time for three seconds until you hear three beeps.
and
at the
For more information about dental light functions, see your dental light
Instructions for Use.
Deluxe Touchpad
Dental Light
Program
Button
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Operate / Adjust
Electric Handpiece Settings (deluxe touchpad only)
Standard Mode
To activate the electric motor, lift the handpiece from the holder.
The touchpad screen displays the previous settings used for that hand­
piece position. Standard mode provides four factory preset speeds for
electric motors:
Memory
Indicator
Memory
Button
Standard Mode
Display
Memory
Setting
Factory Preset Speed
m1
2,000 rpm
m2
10,000 rpm
m3
20,000 rpm
m4
36,000 rpm
You can reprogram these memory settings with your own specific preset
speeds. A total of eight customized settings per handpiece is possible
(four in standard mode and four in endodontics mode).
To program the handpiece setting:
or
until the rpm setting you want displays on the touch1. Press
pad screen.
2. Press
to save it to memory. One beep sounds.
3. Press
to display the m1 through m4 memory settings. When the
desired memory setting displays, press . Three beeps confirm
the setting.
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Electric Handpiece Settings (deluxe touchpad only) (continued)
Endodontics (Endo) Mode
Endo Mode
Button
Memory
Indicator
Endo Mode
Display
In addition to handpiece speed adjustments, the endo mode allows you
to change a number of settings based on the specific file and desired
handpiece behavior. Icons on the touchpad screen reflect the settings.
NOTE For more information regarding speed and torque
limits for a specific file, consult the file manufacturer.
To program the handpiece setting:
Memory
Button
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1. Lift the handpiece from the holder.
2. If the touchpad screen does not display the endo mode, press .
3. To change settings in endo mode, press
or . A white reverse
video box displays on the touchpad screen.
4. Use the chair positioning buttons to move from setting to setting on
the touchpad screen.
5. Use
or
to change the setting as desired.
6. To set the speed limit, torque limit, or ratio into memory, press .
One beep sounds.
7. Press
to display the m1 through m4 memory settings. When the
desired memory setting displays, press . Three beeps confirm
the setting.
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A-dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions for Use
Operate / Adjust
Electric Handpiece Settings (deluxe touchpad only) (continued)
Endo Mode Touchpad Screen Icons
Icon
Setting
Description
Speed
Setpoint for file speed limit. For more
information, consult your file manufacturer.
Torque
Setpoint for file torque limit. For more
information, consult your file manufacturer.
Torque
Units
Toggles between newton centimeters (N ·cm)
and gram centimeters (g ·cm). Adjusting this
setting for one handpiece changes it for all
handpiece settings.
Note: 1 N· cm = 102 g· cm.
Ratio
Auto
Modes
Endo Mode
Button
Endo Mode
Display
Ratio
Torque
Sets the handpiece ratio. For more
information, consult your handpiece
manufacturer.
Speed
Forward/
Reverse
Indicator
Auto Mode
Indicator
Forward/
Reverse Button
Adjusting this setting for one handpiece
changes it for all handpiece settings. The auto
mode indicator displays inside of the forward/
reverse indicator.
Auto
Stop
• When the file reaches the torque limit,
the motor shuts off.
Auto
Reverse
• When the file reaches the torque limit,
the motor stops and reverses direction.
Auto
Forward
• When the file reaches the torque limit,
the motor stops, reverses 3 turns, then
changes back to forward again
Forward/Reverse Button
The forward/reverse button changes the electric motor’s direction.
The system defaults to the forward position when you return the motor
to the holder or turn off the system. In reverse mode, the screen icon
flashes continuously.
Note: If the file is stuck, the auto forward cycle
repeats three times before the motor stops.
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Touchpad Help Messages
Help Message
The deluxe touchpad screen displays help messages for disabled
operations. When a help message appears, record the screen message
and the function you were performing in case service is required. For
complete details on help messages, see the Regulatory Information,
Specifications, and Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is
available in the Document Library at www.a-dec.com.
Other Handpiece and Accessory Settings
See your authorized A-dec dealer to change any of these handpiece and
accessory settings, if applicable:
•• Auto-Off Delay – determines how long the handpiece light
remains on if the foot control is released. The default setting is
5 seconds.
•• On When Selected – specifies whether the handpiece light turns
on or remains off when the handpiece is removed from the
holder. The default setting is on.
•• On in Endo – specifies whether the handpiece light turns on or
off when the endo mode is selected. The default setting is off,
which is recommended to reduce heat and extend bulb life.
•• Ultrasonic Colors – for Acteon ultrasonic instruments, specifies
whether color-coded tip categories are on or off. The default is on.
•• Voltage Adjustment – allows for customized light output voltage
for each handpiece position. The default setting is 3.2 VDC.
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A-dec 300 Delivery Systems Instructions for Use
Operate / Adjust
Handpiece Coolant Adjustments
CAUTION When performing this procedure, do not
attempt to completely shut off the water or air flow.
The adjustment knobs are not designed to completely
shut off flow and can damage the control block if you
apply too much force.
Air Coolant
Adjustment Knob
Water Coolant
Adjustment Knobs
1. Insert a bur into each handpiece you are adjusting.
2. Turn the air coolant adjustment knob clockwise until coolant flow stops.
3. Lift the handpiece from the holder, or pull the whip forward, and
do one of the following:
○ On a disc foot control: flip the wet/dry toggle to water (toward
the blue dot) and press the disc all the way down.
○ On a lever foot control: move the lever all the way to the left.
4. Locate the water coolant adjustment knob for the handpiece position
you are adjusting and turn it clockwise until coolant flow stops.
5. Slowly turn the water coolant adjustment knob counterclockwise
until water droplets are expelled from every water port on the
handpiece head. Return the handpiece to the holder.
6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each handpiece.
7. To set the air coolant for the system, lift a handpiece from the holder
or pull the whip forward.
8. Turn the air coolant adjustment knob counterclockwise until you
achieve the desired atomization at the cutting surface of the bur.
CAUTION Do not continue turning the air coolant adjustment knob counterclockwise after the air coolant stops
increasing. The stem may come out of the control block.
Wet/Dry
Toggle
Disc Foot Control
The air coolant knob on your delivery system simultaneously adjusts air
flow to all handpiece positions. Each water coolant knob adjusts water
flow to a single position. Use the following process to adjust for the
desired handpiece coolant atomization:
Lever Foot Control
9. If you require more water coolant, increase the water output in
step 5 as needed.
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Handpiece Drive Air Adjustments
You can check drive air pressure on the deluxe touchpad screen by
and
at the same time. For systems with a standard
pressing
touchpad, and for the most accurate drive air measurement, use a
handpiece pressure gauge (A-dec p/n 50.0271.00) attached to the
handpiece tubing.
Drive Air Message
To adjust the drive air pressure for each handpiece:
1. Remove the control head cover screws. Remove the cover and locate
the drive air pressure controls inside.
2. Lift the handpiece from the holder or pull the whip forward.
3. Do one of the following:
○○ On a disc foot control: flip the wet/dry toggle to dry, and press
the disc all the way down.
○○ On a lever foot control: move the lever all the way to the right.
4. With the handpiece running, check the deluxe touchpad readout or
handpiece pressure gauge.
5. Adjust the handpiece drive air pressure to meet the manufacturer’s
specifications. Turn the control stem clockwise to decrease flow and
counterclockwise to increase flow.
Cover
Screws
CAUTION See your handpiece documentation for the
drive air pressure specification. Exceeding manufacturer’s
recommendations increases the risk of damage and may
significantly decrease the life of your handpiece components.
Wet/Dry
Toggle
Disc Foot Control
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Lever Foot Control
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Operate / Adjust
Rotational Adjustments
Control Head
If the control head is too loose or difficult to rotate, use a 5/32" hex key
to adjust the tension screw under the control head.
Flexarm
If the control head begins to drift right or left, use a 1/8" hex key to
adjust the setscrew tension for the flexarm rotation.
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Rotational Adjustments (continued)
Tray Holder
Traditional System
If the tray holder rotation is too tight or too loose, use a 9/64" hex key to
adjust the tension:
1. Insert the hex key through the mounting bracket. If necessary, rotate
the holder or arm until the key slides completely into the mounting
bracket.
2. While holding the bracket stationary, turn the tray holder clockwise
to increase the tension or counterclockwise to reduce the tension.
Hex Key
For Continental®-style delivery, there are two adjustment locations:
under the control head and under the tray holder.
Continental System
Hex Key
Hex Key
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Operate / Adjust
Vertical Adjustments
If the control head falls or rises rapidly when you flip the master toggle
to the off position, complete these steps to adjust the flexarm spring
tension:
Flexarm
End Cap
Spring
Tension
Rod
Button Head
Screw
5/16" Socket
and Ratchet
1. Flip the master toggle to the on position.
2. Load the control head for normal use, attaching handpieces and
placing a tray on the tray holder.
3. Position the control head so the flexarm is level.
4. Use a 1/8" hex key to loosen the button head screw that secures the
end cap farthest from the control head, then pull the cap straight out.
5. Flip the master toggle to the off position.
6. Use a 5/16" socket and ratchet to adjust the flexarm spring tension
rod until the control head rises gradually when you flip the Master
toggle to the off position.
○○ If the control head rises rapidly, turn the rod counterclockwise.
○○ If the control head falls, turn the rod clockwise.
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Clean / Maintain
Handpiece Tubing
Use the flush toggle to move a high volume of water through the
handpiece tubing. To flush the tubing after each patient:
1. Disconnect the handpieces.
2. Hold all of the handpiece tubing that uses water coolant over a sink,
cuspidor bowl, or basin.
3. Hold the flush toggle down for 20–30 seconds.
NOTE Discharge all tubing air and water lines for 20–30
seconds after each patient.
Flush Toggle
IMPORTANT For recommendations on cleaning and
chemical disinfection of touch and transfer surfaces (where
barrier protection is not applicable or when barriers are
compromised), please see the A-dec Equipment Asepsis Guide
(p/n 85.0696.00).
Oil Collector
Service the oil collector on the delivery system once a week for normal
usage and more often for heavier use. To service:
1. Unsnap the oil collector cover from the control head and discard the
old gauze. Do not remove the foam muffler.
2. Fold a new gauze pad (2" x 2" [51 mm x 51 mm]) into quarters and
place it inside the cover.
3. Snap the oil collector cover closed.
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Clean / Maintain
Barrier Protection
A-dec recommends barrier protection for all applicable touch and
transfer surfaces. Touch surfaces are areas that come into contact with
hands and become potential cross-contamination points during dental
procedures. Transfer surfaces are areas that come into contact with
instruments and other inanimate objects.
In the USA, barriers must be produced under the Current Good
Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) as specified by the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (USFDA). For regions outside the USA, refer to the
medical device regulations specific to your location.
NOTE For proper use and disposal of barriers, see the
instructions provided by the barrier manufacturer.
IMPORTANT For recommendations on cleaning and
chemical disinfection of touch and transfer surfaces (where
barrier protection is not applicable or when barriers are
compromised), please see the A-dec Equipment Asepsis Guide
(p/n 85.0696.00).
Waterline Maintenance
A-dec recommends a three-part protocol to maintain good water quality
in your system: continuous use of A-dec ICX® waterline treatment
tablets, regular dental unit water monitoring, and shock treatment. Use
a dental unit waterline shock treatment product that is registered with
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA). If you’re located
outside the U.S., contact your authorized A-dec dealer for product
recommendations that are compatible with A-dec equipment.
Self-Contained
Water Bottle
IMPORTANT Follow the instructions that appear on the
ICX packaging. For complete details on water usage in
your A-dec system, see the A-dec Self-Contained Water System
Instructions for Use (p/n 86.0609.00) and Waterline Maintenance
Guide (p/n 85.0983.00).
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Utilities and Shutoff Valves
Quad
Outlet Box
Moisture
Separator
Drain
Vacuum Line
Manual
Water Shutoff
Valve
Manual
Air Shutoff
Valve
CAUTION When removing or replacing covers, take care not
to damage any wiring or tubing. Verify that the covers are
secure after replacing them.
The manual shutoff valves control the air and water to the system. Leave
these valves completely open (turned counterclockwise) during normal
use to prevent leaks. From the valves, air and water pass through
separate filters before entering the pre-regulators. Replace these filters
when they become clogged and restrict flow.
To check for a clogged air or water filter:
Filter Housing
O-Ring
The utilities for A-dec chair-mounted systems are located in the
contoured floor box under your chair. To access, lift the cover up and off
the floor box frame.
1. Flip the master toggle to the on position.
2. While watching the air pressure gauge, press the syringe air button.
If the pressure drops by more than 15 psi, replace the air filter.
3. While watching the cuspidor, press the bowl rinse button. If the
water flow fades or stops, replace the water filter.
Filter
Beveled Edge
To replace the filter:
Manual
Air Shutoff
Valve
CAUTION To ensure proper operation, install the
filter with the beveled edge facing the manifold.
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1. Flip the master toggle to the off position and close the shutoff valve
(turn clockwise).
2. Bleed the system of air and water pressure by operating the syringe
buttons until air and water no longer flow.
3. Using a standard screwdriver, remove the filter housing from the
water pre-regulator assembly and remove the filter.
4. Replace the filter if it is clogged or discolored. Install the filter with
the beveled edge facing the manifold.
5. Open the shutoff valves, flip the master toggle to the on position,
and operate the bowl rinse to remove air from the waterline.
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Utilities and Shutoff Valves (continued)
Filter Housing
Manual
Water Shutoff
Valve
The manual water shutoff valves include a screen to prevent larger
debris from entering the system. Periodically check and replace this
screen to ensure unrestricted water flow.
To replace the water screen:
Water
Regulator
Water Screen
1. Flip the master toggle to the off position and close the shutoff valves
(turn clockwise).
2. Use a 5/8" or adjustable wrench to loosen the compression nut on
the manual water shutoff valve. Then pull the water regulator out of
the shutoff valve.
3. Remove the old screen and replace with the new screen.
4. Reposition the water regulator in the manual shutoff valve outlet
and tighten the compression nut.
5. Open the manual water shutoff valve (turn counterclockwise) and
flip the master toggle to the on position. Check the fittings for leaks.
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Bulb for Fiber-Optic Tubing
To replace the bulb in your fiber-optic 5-hole silicone or vinyl tubing:
Bulb
Silicone Tubing
Handpiece Nut
Vinyl Tubing
Bulb
1. Disconnect the handpiece and quick-connector coupling from the
tubing.
2. Pull back the metal handpiece nut.
3. Slide back the metal portion of the handpiece terminal (silicone
tubing only).
4. Replace the bulb.
5. Reinsert the metal portion of the terminal into the plastic portion
(silicone tubing only).
6. Carefully slide the handpiece nut back over terminal.
IMPORTANT To replace the bulbs in your handpieces or
quick-disconnect couplings, see the instructions that came
with your handpieces.
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Specifications
Specifications
Warranty
Warranty information is provided in the Regulatory Information,
Specifications, and Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is
available in the Document Library at www.a-dec.com.
Minimum Air, Water, and Vacuum Service Requirements
Air: Water: Vacuum: 70.80 L/min (2.50 scfm) at 551 kPa (80 psi)
5.68 L/min (1.50 gpm) at 276 kPa (40 psi)
339.84 L/min (12 cfm) at 27 kPa (8" of mercury)
IMPORTANT For chair accessory load capacity, electrical
specifications, identification of symbols, and other regulatory
requirements, see the Regulatory Information, Specifications, and
Warranty document (p/n 86.0221.00), which is available in the
Document Library at www.a-dec.com.
NOTE Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Requirements may vary depending on your location. For
more information, contact your authorized A-dec dealer.
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A-dec Headquarters
2601 Crestview Drive
Newberg, Oregon 97132
United States
Tel: 1.800.547.1883 within USA/CAN
Tel: +1.503.538.7478 outside USA/CAN
Fax:1.503.538.0276
www.a-dec.com
A-dec Australia
A-dec China
Unit 8
5-9 Ricketty Street
Mascot, NSW 2020
Australia
Tel: 1.800.225.010 within AUS
Tel: +61.(0).2.8332.4000 outside AUS
A-dec (Hangzhou) Dental Equipment Co., Ltd.
528 Shunfeng Road
Qianjiang Economic Development Zone
Hangzhou 311106
Zheijiang, China
Tel: +1.503.538.7478
A-dec United Kingdom
EU Authorized Representative
Austin House, 11 Liberty Way
Nuneaton, Warwickshire CV11 6RZ
England
Tel: 0800.ADEC.UK (2332.85) within UK
Tel: +44.(0).24.7635.0901 outside UK
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