Welch Allyn Non
Welch Allyn Non-Masted Scales
Service Manual
Model 5102 Physician’s Stand-On Scale
Model 5125 Portable Stand-On Scale
Model 5127 Bariatric Portable Stand-On Scale
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DIR 80021779 Ver. A
Revision date: 2017-03
Welch Allyn, Inc.
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Skaneateles Falls, NY 13153 USA
www.welchallyn.com
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CONTENTS
Custom setup ................................................................................................................................................ 4
Enter custom setup mode......................................................................................................................... 4
Set the options .......................................................................................................................................... 4
Enter Advanced Service Mode .................................................................................................................. 7
Menu List for Advanced Service Mode ..................................................................................................... 7
Support Services ........................................................................................................................................... 8
Warranty ................................................................................................................................................... 8
Repairs ...................................................................................................................................................... 8
Returning products ................................................................................................................................... 9
Warranty service ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Non-warranty service.............................................................................................................................. 10
Maintenance of Scales ................................................................................................................................ 10
Battery replacement ............................................................................................................................... 10
Calibration of Scale ................................................................................................................................. 10
Calibration Procedure ............................................................................................................................. 11
Troubleshooting of Scale ............................................................................................................................ 12
Symptom and Solutions .......................................................................................................................... 14
Disassembly Guide ...................................................................................................................................... 17
Required Tools: ....................................................................................................................................... 17
Specified Torque Values.......................................................................................................................... 17
5125 & 5127 Disassembly ....................................................................................................................... 18
5102 Disassembly.................................................................................................................................... 27
Repair Parts List .......................................................................................................................................... 34
5125 & 5127 Repair Parts List ................................................................................................................. 34
5102 Repair Parts List ............................................................................................................................. 35
Schematics .................................................................................................................................................. 36
5125/5127 Schematics............................................................................................................................ 36
5102 Schematics ..................................................................................................................................... 41
Custom setup
You can customize the scale to best suit your needs. Configurations that can be selected include the automatic
shut-off time, weighing units (if available), weight resolution, and more.
Enter custom setup mode
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2.
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4.
5.
Make sure the scale is powered down.
Press and hold ST while pressing ON.
Once the scale powers up, press and release ST five times. The scale displays SEt-UP and produces a series
of four long beeps.
The "RE CALL" pushbutton is used to select the particular option value.
Once this value is selected the scale can be advanced to the next option by again pressing the “ST”
pushbutton or it can be shut-off by pressing and holding the "ON" pushbutton.
Set the options
Enter the custom setup as described.
Press ST to scroll through the custom setup options.
The options displayed with each press are as follows:
Press the setup mode select button to turn these options On or OFF.
Note Options indicated with an asterisk (*) require an additional press of ST to change the value.
Option displayed Feature
SOFt This option displays the software version of your scale.
dAtE This option displays the release date of the software. The format is MM/DD/YY.
SCALE This option displays the model number of the scale.
AutOFF* This displays the number of seconds before the scale turns off. The Cont value prevents the
scale from turning off automatically.
AC con* This option causes the scale to remain on when plugged in to AC power.
rES This option allows you to change the resolution of weight. Pressing ST switches between the
following options:
0.1 pounds / 0.05 kilograms
0.1 pounds / 0.1 kilograms
0.2 pounds / 0.1 kilograms
0.5 pounds / 0.2 kilograms
1 pound / 0.5 kilograms
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UnitS* This option allows you to change the displayed weight unit.
Note: Do not change the scale units if you have purchased the kilogram-only option.
KILOS* This option allows the weight to display in kilograms.
POUNDS* This option allows the weight to display in pounds.
bEEPEr* This option determines the audible signal that occurs when a front panel button is pressed.
rECALL* This option allows you to turn ON or OFF the RECALL button functionality.
rS-232 Detailed instructions for this feature are available from Welch Allyn. Go to
http://www.welchallyn.com/en/other/contact-us.html to find your local representative.
OutPut* This option displays the current data port output option. Detailed instructions for this feature are
available from Welch Allyn. Go to http://www.welchallyn.com/en/other/contact-us.html to find
your local representative.
Set the value to OFF to disable the optional internal printer or the RS-232 port.
PrtUnt* This option determines whether pounds or kilograms are displayed on a printout.
If the pounds and kilograms indicators are illuminated on the control panel, the printed output is
determined by whichever unit is selected on the control panel.
If the kilogram indicator is illuminated, it will only print in kilograms, regardless of the unit selected on the
control panel.
If the pounds indicator is illuminated, it will only print in pounds, regardless of the unit selected on the
control panel.
PrtOPT* Press RECALL to choose between the following options:
PnlPrt: The current weight is printed when PRINT is pressed on the control panel.
AutPrt: The current weight is automatically printed when a weight reading occurs.
bAud* This option allows you to set the baud rate. Values are 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, and
19200.
pArity* This option allows you to change the parity between the following options:
Off: No parity, 8 data bits
Odd: Odd parity, 7 data bits
EuEn: Even parity, 7 data bits
StPbit* This option allows you to change the stop bits between the following options:
1 bit: One stop at the end of a word
2 bits: Two stops at the end of a word
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rts.cts* This option allows you to turn On or Off the handshaking hardware for serial transmissions.
Prtbtn* This option allows you to turn On or Off the front panel PRINT button.
rtEPrt* This option allows you to turn On or Off the enabling of printing from a remote location by
connecting the receive line to the ground.
PC brd This option displays the model number of the printed circuit board. A second press of ST
displays the revision of the printed circuit board.
SEt-UP This option is displayed when you have cycled through all the options. Press and hold ON to
power down the scale.
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Enter Advanced Service Mode
1.
2.
To enter the "service" mode start with the scale turned off.
Note the small "ST" logo ("ST") located directly above the "RE CALL" pushbutton, and below the “ZERO”
pushbutton on the front panel of the readout.
3. This "ST" actually contains a small hidden pushbutton.
4. Next; press and hold this "ZERO" pushbutton on the front panel while turning the power on with the "ON"
pushbutton.
5. As soon as the scale turns on release the "ZERO" pushbutton, then quickly press and release "ST" logo
pushbutton 5 times.
6. The scale will display "SERVICE" and produce a series of four long beeps.
7. "Service" mode has now been entered.
8. Pressing the "ST" pushbutton will advance the display to the next item.
9. The scale will exit the service mode automatically after 3 minutes, or can be shut-off by pressing and
holding the "ON" pushbutton for 3 or 4 seconds.
10. When the scale is turned back on, normal scale operation will resume.
Menu List for Advanced Service Mode
1.
“A/D”, and next window on display will show the raw A/D reading. As you press on the Platform the A/D
reading will change. The weight change reading should be positive proportionally with the applied weight
in pounds.
2. “Test”, and the next window will start displaying the display test, Number will show across from 0 to 9
and repeat w/ DP, from right side to left side.
3. “Pr-OnS” = Power on start-up, next display will show the number of times the “ON” pushbutton has been
depressed.
4. “Pr-rcl” = Powered by Recall, next display will show the number of times the “RECALL” pushbutton has
powered-up the scale (from an off state).
5. “COUntS” = Weighing Counts, next display will show the number of times a weight reading has been
achieved.
6. “rEcntS” = Reweigh counts, next display will show the number of times “REWEIGH” pushbutton has been
depressed.
7. “rECLLS” = recalls, next display will show the number of times the “RECALL” pushbutton has been
depressed.
8. “OFFS” = Turned Off, next display will show the number of times the scale has been turned off by holding
the “ON” pushbutton down.
9. “PrintS” = Prints, next display will show the number of times the “PRINT” pushbutton has been depressed.
10. “SEtUPS” = set-up mode, next display will show the number of times the unit has entered into the set-up
mode.
11. “SEruES” = service mode, next display will show the number of times the unit has entered into the service
mode.
12.
“CALS” = Cal mode, next display will show the number of times the unit has entered into the Cal mode.
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Support Services
If you have a problem with the device that you cannot resolve, call the Welch Allyn Technical Support Center
nearest you for assistance. A representative will assist you in troubleshooting the problem and will make every
effort to solve the problem over the phone, potentially avoiding an unnecessary return.
Technical support is available 9am-5pm EST.
Welch Allyn offers the following technical support services:
• Telephone support
• Replacement service parts
• Product service
For information on any of these services, go to https://www.welchallyn.com/en/service-support.html
Warranty
Welch Allyn will warranty the weight scale to be free of defects in material and workmanship and to perform in
accordance with manufacturer specifications for the period of one year from the date of retail purchase.
The warranty period shall start on the date of purchase. The date of purchase is: 1) the invoiced ship date if the
device was purchased directly from Welch Allyn, 2) the date specified during product registration, 3) the date of
purchase of the product from a Welch Allyn authorized distributor as documented from a receipt from said
distributor.
This warranty does NOT cover damages caused by misuse or abuse, including but not limited to:
• Failure caused by unauthorized repairs or modifications
• Damage caused by shock or dropping during transportation
• Damage caused by improper use of the power supply
• Failure caused by improper operation not consistent with the instructions stated in
the Directions for use
Should this device require maintenance (or replacement at our option) under warranty, contact your local Welch
Allyn representative: http://www.welchallyn.com/en/other/contact-us.html
Repairs
A Welch Allyn Service Center or Authorized Service Provider must perform all repairs on products under warranty
unless performed by a properly certified technician.
CAUTION Unauthorized repairs will void the product warranty.
Qualified service personnel or a Welch Allyn Service Center should repair products out of warranty.
If you are advised to return a product to Welch Allyn for repair or routine maintenance, schedule the repair with
the service center nearest you.
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Returning products
When returning a product to Welch Allyn for service, ensure that you have the following information:
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Product name, model number, and serial number. This information may be found on the product and
serial number labels.
A complete return shipping address.
A contact name and phone number.
Any special shipping instructions.
A purchase-order number or credit-card number if the product is not covered by a warranty.
A full description of the problem or service request.
Obtain an RMA number. Contact Welch Allyn and request.
Note Welch Allyn does not accept returned products without an RMA.
2.
Ship the device to Welch Allyn, observing these packing guidelines:
Remove from the device the battery, all hoses, connectors, cables, sensors, power cords, and other ancillary
products and equipment, except those items that might be associated with the problem.
Dispose of damaged or leaking batteries in an environmentally safe manner consistent with local regulations.
Note: To ensure safe receipt of your device by the service center and to expedite processing and return of the
device to you, thoroughly clean all residues from the device before you ship it to Welch Allyn. For cleaning
requirements, see the Cleaning instruction in the Directions for Use.
Welch Allyn thoroughly cleans all returned devices on receipt, but any device that cannot be adequately cleaned
cannot be repaired.
3. Write the Welch Allyn RMA number with the Welch Allyn address on the outside of the shipping carton.
Warranty service
All repairs on products under warranty must be performed or approved by Welch Allyn.
Refer all warranty service to Welch Allyn Product Service or another authorized Welch Allyn Service Center.
Obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number for all returns to Welch Allyn Product Service.
CAUTION Unauthorized repairs will void the product warranty.
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Non-warranty service
Welch Allyn Product Service Centers and Authorized Service Providers support non-warranty repairs. Contact any
Welch Allyn regional service center for pricing and service options.
Welch Allyn offers modular repair parts for sale to support non-warranty service. This service must be performed
only by qualified end-user biomedical/clinical engineers.
Maintenance of Scales
Routinely perform the following preventive maintenance to keep your scale in working order.
1.
Check the calibration annually or as required.
2.
Inspect the scale for cracks or loose mounting hardware. Replace or repair as necessary.
3.
Visually inspect the scale enclosure for damage or loose or missing hardware. Replace or repair as
necessary.
4.
If equipped, inspect the AC line cord for abrasions or other signs of wear if equipped.
5.
Do not expose the scale to excessive water or moisture.
6.
Do not store the scale where heavy objects can be placed on it.
7. Replace the batteries annually or as required.
8. Do not service or perform maintenance while the scale is in use with a patient.
Battery replacement
CAUTION Use only size C disposable alkaline batteries. The use of any other battery will void the warranty.
1. Using a screwdriver, remove the two battery access door screws located on the right of the display (5102 is
below display) and remove the door.
2. Install new batteries in the battery holder. Make sure to follow the polarity instructions.
3. Re-attach the access door.
Calibration of Scale
Your scale has been carefully calibrated at the factory. This calibration involves matching and tuning of the load cells
and readout electronics. The scale calibration should be checked annually. Only use calibrated, certified scale test
weights for this purpose. Traction or physical therapy weights are NOT acceptable since their actual weight can
often be in error as much as +/-10%. Calibration weights may be purchased from WELCH ALLYN or a local scale
dealer. An alternative to calibration weights is the weight comparison method. This requires a known accurate,
calibrated scale. A fixed weight is “weighed” on the calibrated scale then the same weight is placed on the scale for
comparison.
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TEST CALIBRATION WEIGHTS ARE AVAILABLE FROM WELCH ALLYN.
THREE (3) 25 KILOGRAM TEST WEIGHTS ARE RECOMMENDED.
ORDER PART NO. 20021W. (25 KG TEST WEIGHTS)
Large changes in calibration often indicate a damaged load cell or faulty readout component. It is generally
recommended that if calibration is necessary for your scale it should be returned to the factory. Calibration should
not be attempted by those not having the proper tools or knowledge of electronic systems and their attendant shock
hazards.
Calibration Procedure
Enter the “calibration mode” by following exactly the procedure outlined below:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Verify serial number labels on Readout Assembly, & Base Assembly match.
Be sure scale is off.
Press and hold in the “RE WEIGH” pushbutton.
While pressing the “RE WEIGH” pushbutton, press and release the “ON” pushbutton.
NOTE: The “ST” pushbutton is a special hidden programming and test pushbutton located under the WELCH
ALLYN logo (“ST”) on the left side of the front panel between the “ZERO” and “RE CALL” pushbuttons. After
the scale displays the test pattern of “888888” release the “RE WEIGH” button and press the “ST”
pushbutton five (5) times. This will cause the readout to enter the calibration mode. The display will
indicate “CAL”.
Press the “ST” pushbutton once more; the display will indicate “A/D ”. This indicates the start of the “raw”
analog-to-digital converter data being inputted to the microprocessor.
Press the “ST” pushbutton one more time. The number displayed is now the raw analog to digital data.
The automatic turn-off timer has also been programmed for an extended “on” period to give you time to
calibrate the scale. This time period is three minutes. The scale may be turned off before this time period
by simply pressing and holding the “ON” pushbutton. Hold it in for several seconds until the power shuts
off. If additional time is needed to complete the calibration procedure, press the “ON” pushbutton briefly.
This will reset the timer for an additional three minutes.
The readout is displaying a number, which represents the ZERO offset value of the platform and load cell transducers,
in tenths of pounds (0.1 pound). Note and record this value. (Even though your scale may be “kilograms only” in
operation, pounds are used internally because of their finer resolution.) Units conversion is as follows:
1.0 kilogram = 2.2 (2.2046) pounds
5.0 kilograms = 11.0 (11.0231) pounds
10.0 kilograms = 22.0 (22.0462) pounds
25.0 kilograms = 55.1 (55.1156) pounds
50.0 kilograms = 110.2 (110.231) pounds
75.0 kilograms = 165.3 (165.347) pounds
100 kilograms = 220.4 (220.462) pounds
Add the specified test weight to the platform. Note the new number displayed. Subtract the original ZERO offset
value from this new number to obtain the scale’s displayed value of the calibration weight.
NOTE: Early versions of the software did not display the decimal point in the A/D mode, i.e.: 11.7 pounds is
displayed as “117”.
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Example: The ZERO offset value is “11.7” (representing 11.7 pounds). Adding the specified three 25-kilogram test
weights (equivalent to 165.3 pounds) to the platform produces a reading of “177.1” The difference is 177.111.7=165.4 (equivalent to 165.4 pounds). This would indicate the calibration is 0.1 pound “high”.
Using the specified three 25-kilogram test weights, a difference of 165.3 +/-0.1 pound should be obtained. If
necessary, adjust potentiometer P1 (span adj.) on the instrument board until the correct value is obtained. Remove
the test weight and recheck the ZERO offset value. Note that adjusting P1 may also alter the ZERO offset value.
Repeat the process as necessary to obtain the correct difference.
Now you may turn the scale off by pressing the “ON” pushbutton and holding it in for a few seconds. That will force
it to turn off. You may also wait for it to time out and turn off by itself.
DATA OUTPUT (RS232) DETAILS
For detailed help and information regarding the data output capabilities, contact Welch Allyn. RS232 data output
has been made a standard feature on many of our scales in 2013. Existing scales can be easily modified to provide
data output when needed. Consult Welch Allyn for details.
Troubleshooting of Scale
The internal microcomputer contained in the readout constantly monitors the scale’s operation and uses the display
to indicate error conditions when they arise. An explanation of these messages is given below:
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“bAttrY”: Indicates the battery has become depleted to the point that it can no longer operate the scale.
Replace the battery to continue operation.
“O-LOAd”: Shows that the scale platform’s weighing capacity has been exceeded. Refer to the inside front
cover specifications for maximum capacity.
“CAbLE”: Displays that the transducer signal is well in excess of its maximum value. This is usually caused
by the transducer cable being disconnected. Check the cable connection between the display and the
weighing platform.
“OFF SCALE, PLEASE –“ : Remove the weight from the weighing platform and allow the scale to obtain
“ZERO”.
“E-FAIL”, “r-FAIL”: Shows that a memory failure has occurred in the internal microcomputer’s memory.
Requires service of the scale.
The following simplified trouble shooting procedures are recommended for identifying defective system
components. Certain corrective measures are provided. More complicated servicing should only be performed by
the factory or authorized service facilities. Most problems can be solved over the telephone. Problems requiring
factory service are usually handled quickly and the scale is on its way back. Call first to discuss the problem.
WEIGHT READING NOT ACCURATE
This can commonly be caused by a mechanical obstruction of the weighing platform. Check that the platform is not
touching some foreign object so that it is restricted in its’ downward movement. Also check that the connecting
cable is firmly plugged into the instrument circuit board (marked “J4 LOAD CELL”).
WEIGHT READING TAKES EXCESSIVE TIME TO DISPLAY
If the platform is in motion, the scale will wait for it to settle before displaying the weight. This can be caused by
excessive patient motion.
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Also check that the connecting cable is firmly plugged into the readout cabinet. Examine the weighing platform that
it is not rubbing against a foreign object.
SCALE DISPLAYS “CAbLE” OR “O-LOAd”
This indicates the scale’s internal microcomputer has received a signal in excess of its expected value. “O-LOAd”
indicates the weight signal is larger than the maximum value assigned to that particular model (see specifications on
inside front cover). If the weight value is within the specified range, this indicates a damaged transducer or defective
instrument board.
The “CAbLE” display indicates a signal outside the range of the internal A/D converter has been applied. This is most
likely caused by a damaged or disconnected transducer cable. On those scales with a mast, check the connection to
the weighing platform at its base. Also check the internal connection of the four wire cable to the “J1 LOAD CELL”
connector.
READING DOES NOT CHANGE WHEN WEIGHT APPLIED
Check that the weight platform is plugged into the readout. The platform cable, connector or load cell transducer
may be defective. The load cell transducer’s resistance can be checked with an ohmmeter after unplugging from
the readout. The proper resistance values are listed below:
WIRE COLORS (PIN NO.)
GRN(1)/BLK(2)/WHT(3)/RED(4)
GRN(1) TO BLK(2)
WHT(3) TO RED(4)
RESISTANCE
>10MΩ
350-450Ω
325-375Ω
Consult Welch Allyn if readings differ from those shown.
NOTE: Ohmmeters will not indicate a change in resistance of the load cell transducer when weights are applied to
scale. This is due to the extremely small change in resistance of the strain gauges employed (<1 ohm) and the fact
that the bridge configuration presents a constant value of resistance when measured from its terminals.
NON-FUNCTIONING KEYS(S)
Check the front panel keyboard for visible signs of damage (punctures, dents, etc.). Check that keyboard tail with
connector is properly inserted into the display board.
If a particular function does not work (example” no kilogram units) check if that particular function is turned off in
the “SET-UP” mode.
ERROR MESSAGE DISPLAYED: “E-FAIL” OR “r-FAIL”
This indicates a failure of the internal microcomputer’s memory during the start-up self-test. “E-FAIL” indicates a
failure of the microcomputer’s eprom memory during the checksum test. “r-FAIL” shows a failure of the random
access memory. Both conditions require replacement of the microcomputer.
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Symptom and Solutions
Symptom
Possible
Cause
Corrective Action
Scale does not
turn on
Dead Batteries or
no rear Adapter
Replace Batteries (Alkaline “C” Cells)
Faceplate
Cracked Battery
Holder
Inaccurate
Weights, Scale not
weighing
correctly, scale
broken, drifting
Remove Front Panel. Check to make sure the Black and Red
cable connector is in place. Replace the switch assembly or
the Battery Holder Assembly.
Display
Board/Main
board
Replace the board
Load
Cell/Calibration
(OHM out Load Cells) See Calibration procedure this Service
Manual
Bad A/D Chip
Removing the top plate, the load cells will be visible
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Enter into “Cal Mode” from the front panel
Press and hold the Reweigh button
Turn the Scale on
Release the Reweigh button immediately
Immediately go to the ST logo and press 5 X
Display should say “CAL”
Press ST Logo two more times to display A/D
Readings
Note: A/D reading without a load. Look for a low stable
weight reading less than 10 lbs and that is not drifting or
unstable.
Unplug each load cell and connect one at a time to see if
your display becomes unstable. This will tell you which load
cell needs to be replaced
Cold Solder on
the Calibration
Plug
Check Gain Resistor R24 on the Cal Chip, Replace Cal chip if
necessary.
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Symptom
Possible
Cause
Corrective Action
Numbers are not
lighting up
(Missing
Segments of the
Numbers)
LED
Remove the Display Board (see directions above)
Only displays
Scale Model #
1. Gently, lift a working 7 Segment LED chip with a flat
head screw driver and exchange with a nonworking LED chip.
2. IF the trouble follows the LED chip replace the chip
3. IF the trouble stays in the socket replace the display
board.
Display Board
Replace Display Board
Main Board
Replace Main Board
Bad A/D Chip
U10 Microprocessor not communicating U6
Check to make sure the U6 and U10 chips are seated all the
way. Replace the Main Board if necessary.
Letters or
Numbers across
the Display
IC Chips may be
loose
U1 on the Display Board – Reseat the IC chip (U1) on display
or replace Display board
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Symptom
Possible
Cause
Corrective Action
Weight Remains
the same
Memory Chip or
Microprocessor
U9 and EM1033 or Microprocessor – Replace the Main
Board
Any other Error
Modes
Main board,
Display Board,
Load Cell
Repair, replace as needed
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Disassembly Guide
Required Tools:
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1/8” Allen wrench
5/32” Allen wrench
3/8” wrench
7/16” wrench
3/8” socket
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7/16” socket
11 mm socket
Ratchet socket driver
#1 Phillips screwdriver
Slotted screwdriver
1/8” slotted screwdriver
Specified Torque Values
Screw
Installation Material
Torque Specification
Bit Type
Description
¼-20 x 1/2 BHSC
Aluminum
30.0 in-lbs. max.
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5/32” Hex
5125 & 5127 Disassembly
Note: Reassembly is reverse of Dis-Assembly
Note: Whenever the scale is opened for repair purposes a Calibration must be performed.
1. Make sure that the scale is powered
down by observing the readout
screen. If the screen is empty, it is
off. If not, wait for approximately 45
seconds for the scale to shut down.
2. Use a #1 Phillips screwdriver to
unscrew the two screws, remove the
battery access door and the
batteries.
3. Flip the scale over to access the
bottom of the scale. Peel the gray
tape from each corner half way or
until the four nuts underneath are
visible.
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4. Use a 11 mm socket to remove the
four corner nuts.
5. Flip the scale back and pull the slider
deck away from the main body to
access the inside of the scale.
6. Use a 1/8” Allen wrench to unscrew
the two screws on the side of the
readout cover.
7. Pull the readout cover apart from the
slider deck.
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8. Use a #1 Phillips screwdriver to
unscrew and remove the four screws
from the circuit board.
9. Unplug the white connector with two
black wires and one red wire from
the circuit board.
10. Remove the blue ribbon cable and
black ribbon cable from the readout
circuit board. If the connector is too
tight, use a flat-head screwdriver to
gently push the connector out of the
port.
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11. Remove the circuit board from the
scale body.
12. Use a 7/16” wrench to remove the
two nuts on the back of the handle
screws.
13. Use a 5/32” Allen wrench to remove
the two screws on each side of the
handle.
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14. Remove the handle to access the
main body of the scale.
15. Use a #1 Phillips screwdriver to
unscrew and remove the four screws
from the battery holder.
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16. On the instrument board, unplug the
J1 power connector.
17. Unplug the J14 RS 232 connector.
18. Unplug the J4 load cell connector.
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19. Using a #1 Phillips screwdriver,
unscrew and remove the four corner
screws on the instrument board and
remove the main circuit board.
20. Unplug the clear connector from the
junction board by pulling it off from
the white port.
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21. Unplug the black connectors from
the junction board by pressing the
black switch on the connectors and
slowly pull it out from the port.
22. Using a #1 Phillips screwdriver,
unscrew and remove the two screws
on the upper left and lower right
corner of the junction board.
23. Remove the junction board.
24. Using a 5/32” Allen wrench, remove
each load cell’s four screws.
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25. Remove the load cells from the load
beam spacer.
26. Using a 3/8” wrench, unscrew and
remove the two nuts from the load
beam spacer.
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5102 Disassembly
Note: Reassembly is reverse of Disassembly
Note: Whenever the scale is opened for repair purposes a Calibration must be performed.
1. On the wall mount readout, use a #1
Phillips screwdriver to remove the
two screws of the battery panel
cover
2. Remove the six Duracell batteries
3. Using a 1/8” Allen wrench, remove
the two screws on each side of the
readout
4. Remove the readout from the wall
bracket
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5. Pull the readout cover panel from
the readout
6. Unplug the J14 RS 232 connector
7. Unplug the J4 load cell connector
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8. Unplug the J1 power connector
9. Unplug the J6 display connector
10. Using a #1 Phillips screwdriver,
remove the screw on each corner
and remove the board
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11. Observe the readout circuit board
12. Using a #1 Phillips screwdriver,
remove the screw on each corner of
the board
13. Unplug the blue ribbon cable from
the port
14. Remove the 4 Safety Walk Tape, 2”
x 3” in size.
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15. Remove the 4 Jam Nuts (1/4-20;
131052) using a 7/16” deep socket
and ratchet socket driver to
separate the top and bottom
platforms.
16. Remove slider
17. Using a 5/32” Allen wrench, remove
each load cell’s four screws
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18. Remove the 2 Load Cell Spacers
(133089) from Bottom Platform
with 4 Screws (10-32 x ¾ FH; 40523)
and 4 Lock Nuts (10-32 KEPS) using a
3/8“deep socket and ratchet socket
driver.
19. On the junction board, unplug the
clear connector and remove the
black connector by gently pressing
the black switch on the connector
and pull out
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20. Using a #1 Phillips screwdriver,
remove the junction board’s two
screws, remove the junction board
21. Remove 2 Screws (4-40 x ½ FH PHIL;
66530) and 2 Lock Nuts (4-40 KEPS)
using #1 Phillips screw driver.
Position Shell so set screw hole
faces access hole.
Note: Set screw has left handed thread.
22. Turn set screw counter clockwise
using a 1/8" wide flat tip screw
driver so the screw backs out fully
into the Shell hole.
Set Screw
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Repair Parts List
5125 & 5127 Repair Parts List
030249W
030251W
030282W
030287W
030288W
039360W
620010
531014
531016
133096
255019-KIT
705057
450006-KIT
630035
700116
EM1038
700119W
700064
400038
710031W
710053W
710054W
134082
720024
720025
341004
531022
412257
412259
412368
412369
BOTTOM, 5125 SLIDER SCALE
DECK, 5125 SLIDER SCALE
COVER, SLIDER RS-232
BOTTOM, BARIATRIC SLIDER 5127
TOP, BARIATRIC SLIDER 5127
HANDLE 5125/5127
BATTERY DOOR ASSEMBLY 5125
SHUR STEP GRAY - 10" X 14" - 5125
SHUR-STEP GRAY 2" X 3"
Load Mounts 3/8”
CALIBRATION PLUG, 5102, 5125
ALKALINE "C" CELLS
FIRMWARE 5002 V2.13.5
BATTERY HOLDER W/EXTERNAL JACK ASSY
PCB INSTRUMENT BOARD (No Cal & firmware Chip)
DISPLAY CABLE FOR 22DSDP DISPLAY
Junction Bd 5202 6202 VG
PCB ASSY DISPLAY 5125/5127
LOAD BEAM 75KG THRU HOLE 11"
HARNESS, RS-232 DATA
Harness, Internal Load Cell
Harness, Relay Switch
Spring Leaf
SWITCH ASSY KG/LB W/RS232
SWITCH ASSY KG ONLY W/RS232
12VDC POWER SUPPLY W/CONNECTOR
SHUR-STEP, 12" X 19" BARI SLIDER 5127
ASSY 700116 MAIN PCBA FOR 5125, STD
ASSY 700116 MAIN PCBA FOR 5125, KG
ASSY 700116 MAIN PCBA FOR 5127, STD
ASSY 700116 MAIN PCBA FOR 5127, KG
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5102 Repair Parts List
Component #
Description
750069
730008W
133086
400038
531008
531016
700119W
710047W
720024
720025
705057
450006-KIT
255019-KIT
630035
700027W
700116
710018W
710031W
EM1037
341004
030127W
41403
412370
412371
A4F to A4F cable assy 6 ft.
READOUT ASSEMBLY
LOADMOUNT 3/8" X 1" WITH 3/8"
LOAD BEAM 75KG THRU HOLE 11"
SHUR STEP GRAY 12" X 16" 5102
SHUR-STEP GRAY 2" X 3"
JUNCTION Bd 5202 6202 VG
HARNESS, INTERIOR PLATFORM L/C
SWITCH ASSY KG/LB W/RS232
SWITCH ASSY KG Only W/RS232
ALKALINE "C" CELLS
FIRMWARE 5002 V2.13.5
CALIBRATION PLUG, 5102, 5125
BATTERY HOLDER W/EXTERNAL JACK ASSY
PCB DISPLAY ASSEMBLY
PCB INSTRUMENT BOARD (No Cal & Firmware Chip)
HARNESS, LOADCELL (INSIDE R/O)
HARNESS, RS-232 DATA
DISPLAY CABLE/28PIN 15"
12VDC POWER SUPPLY W/CONNECTOR
BRACKET WALL MOUNT READOUT
COVER, BATTERY
ASSY 700116 MAIN PCBA FOR 5102, STD
ASSY 700116 MAIN PCBA FOR 5102, KG
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Schematics
5125/5127 Schematics
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5102 Schematics
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