Installation & Operation Manual
Br ewer
Important Information.............................................2
Safety Information..................................................3
Component Identification.......................................3
Specifications.........................................................4
Electrical Requirements.........................................4
Installation..............................................................5
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Operation...............................................................7
Table Adjustments................................................13
Maintenance.........................................................15
Troubleshooting....................................................16
Options, Accessories & Common Service Parts..21
Limited Warranty..................................................22
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Important Information
General
The Brewer Access High-Low Exam Table Model 6000
Series is designed to provide positioning and support of
patients during general examinations conducted by qualified medical professionals. Read and understand all operating instructions, safety information, and maintenance
requirements contained in this manual prior to operating
the table. Become familiar with all of the table functions
before using it with a patient.
Service
If you require assistance with the installation or operation
of your Brewer table, call the Brewer Customer Service
Department at (1-888-Brewer1). Our trained staff will
attempt to assist you in correcting the problem directly
over the phone. If service is required, a factory authorized
technician will be sent to your location.
Please fill in the following information for use when calling
the Brewer Company or your distributor with questions
regarding your unit. See Figure 1 for model and serial
number location.
The Brewer Access High-Low Exam Table is primarily
used in examination rooms for general examinations and
minor procedures. The wide variety of positions provided
Date of Purchase
by one or two powered motions, slideout leg extention,
stirrups and treatment pan, create a safe and convenient
Serial Number
patient positioning table for most examinations and procedures performed in the doctor’s office.
Model Number
The table is easily adjusted to a wide variety of positions
using the convenient foot control provided with the table.
The table height can be adjusted from 18” to 37”. The
table seating surface on models 6001 and 6501 can be
moved from the normal horizontal position to an angle of
5°. The backrest can be adjusted from a flat lying down
position, to an 80° angle for seating.
Authorized
Dealer Name
Dealer
Phone Number
Dealer Address
In addition to the electronically controlled positions noted
above, several manual adjustments are available:
• The leg extention can be extended 14” for the patient
prone position.
• Stirrups may be manually extended through infinite
positions and four lateral positions.
Serial Number
• A removable treatment pan is built-in underneath the
leg extention for use during examinations.
• Grab bars attached to each side of the table may
be rotated out of position for improved access to the
patient.
• A pass through work surface, stored under the seat,
may be pulled out from either side of the table.
• Storage drawers at the front and side of the table may
be used for supplies. The pass through side drawers
may be pulled out from either side of the table.
Model Number
• A storage cover at the rear of the table can be lifted to
store paper rolls.
Figure 1. Model and Serial Number Location
The table is designed to accommodate a maximum
patient weight of 450 lbs.
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safety Information
Safety Information
The primary concern of The Brewer Company is that the
equipment is operated and maintained with the safety of
the patient and healthcare staff in mind. To ensure safe
and reliable operation:
• Read and understand all instructions in this manual
before attempting to install or operate the unit.
Failure to follow instructions with this symbol
could result in serious personal injury and/or damage
to the unit.
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
• Ensure that appropriate personnel are informed on
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury.
• Ensure that this manual is located near the table, or if
CAUTION indicates an imminently or potential hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in serious injury and/or equipment damage.
the manual contents. This is the responsibility of the
purchaser.
possible permanently affixed to the table.
component identification
Paper Roll Holder
Back Release Handle
(Models 6000/6001)
Safety On/Off Switch
(located on back of cabinet)
Grab Bar
Drawer Warmer Switch
(Models 6001 & 6501 only)
Paper Storage
Compartment Lid
Pelvic Tilt Bar
Pass Through
Drawers
Br ewer
Stirrups
StOp
rEtUrn
tO CHaIr
Model
Model
6500/6501
6000/6001
Foot Controls
Pass Through
Work Surface
Slideout
Leg Extention
Treatment Pan
(located under Leg Extention)
Front Drawer
Figure 2. Component Overview
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SPECIFICATIONS
Weight of Table....................................................... 390 lbs.
Load Rating (maximum):
- Seat/Back............................................................. 450 lbs.
- Leg Extention......................................................... 50 lbs.
- Pass Through Work Surface.................................. 15 lbs.
- Grab Handle......................................................... 100 lbs.
Back Section Range..................0° (horizontal) to +80° ± 5°
Table Top Height Range..............18 ± 0.5 in. to 37 ± 1.0 in.
Pelvic Tilt Range
(Models 6001/6501 Only)..............0° (horizontal) to 5° (up)
Upholstery Dimensions:
Upholstered Top......................... 28.0 in. wide x 58 in. long
Upholstered
Leg Extention .…………………15.25 in. long x 18.5 in. wide
Overall Length.................................................... 58 in. long
With Leg Extention Extended............................. 72 in. long
Electrical Requirement
........................... 115 VAC nominal, 60 HZ, 5.8 amps max.
Fuse Rating:
Conrtrol Box Fuse Rating, 120V Models.......... 250V/2.5AT
Option/Heater Fuse Rating................................. 250V/1.0A
Duty Cycle (10%)
.................... 2 minutes on / 18 minutes off (motor run time)
Power Cord
.................................. Extends 70 in. (Minimum) from table.
120V Models: 18 AWG / 3 conductor, SJT grey jacketed junior hard service with hospital plug or detachable
power cord.
Type of protection
against electrical shock
Model 6000, 6500......................... Class 2 Double Insulated
Models 6001, 6501.................................. Class 1 Grounded
Type of protection
against electrical shock................................ B applied parts
Type of protection against ingress of water……. Ordinary
Can accept paper rolls of
18 in. x 3.0 in.
.................................................................. or 21 in. x 3.0 in.
Certifications*............................... UL60601-1; IEC60601-1;
..................................................CAN-CSA C22.2 No. 601.1
Operating Conditions:
Temperature Range............................................ 65° to 85°F
Relative Humidity..............................................10% to 90%
Transportation and Storage
Temperature..................................................-20°F to 150°F
Humidity............................................................10% to 90%
* UL classified in the United States and Canada
per the following standards.
electrical requirements
caution
warning
Do not use any power supply other than that
listed on the rating label (Figure 1). Failure to do
so may result in serious injury and/or equipment
damage.
When performing a cauterization or similar treatment, the patient must be insulated from the metal
portions of the table by nonconductive material.
Failure to do so may result in electrical shock or
burns to the patient.
caution
warning
This product has been evaluated with respect to
electrical shock, fire, and mechanical hazards only
in accordance with UL60601-1; IEC60601-1;
CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 601.1
Use 115 VAC, 60 Hz as noted on the rating label.
Failure to do so may result in electrical shock to
personnel and will result in damage to the table.
warning
Do not use this table in an explosive or oxygen-enriched atmosphere. Failure to do so may result in
serious personnel injury or death.
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Electromagnetic Interference
This product is designed and built to minimize electromagnetic interference with other devices; however, if interference is noticed between another device and this product,
remove the interfering device from the room or plug this
product into an isolated circuit.
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installation
Overview
WARNING
Perform the following sequence in order when setting up
the table:
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The table weighs approximately 390 lbs. Two or
more people should assist in removing the table
from the shipping skid. Also, use proper lifting
techniques when lifting. Failure to do so could
result in serious injury.
Uncrating
Leveling the Base
Installing Grab Bars
CAUTION
Uncrating
Do not use the stirrups to lift or move the table.
The toe pan may be used to lift the table. Do not
pull on the toe pan to slide the table.
NOTE: Inspect all boxes and contents for damage. Report any damage to the carrier immediately.
CAUTION
8. The electrical rating for this unit is 115 VAC, 60 Hz,
5.8 amp maximum. The three-pronged grounding
plug on the table power cord must be plugged into
a matching three-pronged, grounded, non-isolated,
correctly polarized 115 VAC receptacle.
To avoid damaging the table’s upholstery or painted surfaces, DO NOT use a knife or other sharp
object to open the packaging. Also, to avoid damaging the table lift only at points indicated in Figure
3. Do not lift at other points as indicated by the
note in Figure 4.
CAUTION
Do not plug power into table prior to removal of all
packaging materials.
1. Remove stretch wrap surrounding table.
2. Cut and remove banding and protective foam tube
attaching table to pallet.
3. Table is secured to a pallet with 6 steel brackets, one
at each of the four corners and one at the middle on
each side of the table. The brackets engage with the
table levelers to hold the table securely to the pallet.
Remove the 2 bolts from each bracket using a 7/16”
socket or wrench. Take care not to scratch the unit
when turning the wrench.
Pull Leg Extention out
slightly and lift here
4. Remove the gray power cord from the rear drawer,
and plug it into the socket at the bottom of the rear
panel, models 6001, 6500, and 6501 only. Plug the
power cord into a 120 volt grounded receptacle.
Slide drawer and
lift here
Lift table at these points only
Figure 3. Table Lift Points
5. Make sure the “on/off” switch at the back of the table
is switched to “on”. The table will automatically raise
about 1/2”. Using a Philips screw driver, remove the
screws attaching the wooden U-shaped front brace
below the front section. Remove the brace from the
pallet.
6. Unplug the power cord from the table and the receptacle.
7. Slide the table forward off the pallet.
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installation (continued)
Grab Bar
Mounting Support
Leg Extention
Figure 5.
NOTE: DO NOT LIFT HERE
Figure 4. Stirrups & Treatment Pan
Leveling the Table
A leveling screw pad (Figure 6) is located in six places
under the table’s base and rear cabinet. Adjust the six
leveling pads to achieve a solid, level installation.
Installing the Power Cord
(Models 6001, 6500 & 6501)
1. Remove the power cord from the shipping bag.
Figure 6. Leveling Screw Pad (located under table)
2. Insert the female plug end of the power cord into the
receptacle on the table (Figure 7). Make sure the tabs
are aligned and the plug is fully seated.
Note: The power cord is installed at the factory on model
6000.
Power Cord
Receptacle
Installing Grab Bars
1. Remove from drawer.
2. Grab bars fit on either side.
3. Align pin on grab bar shaft with mating slot on side of table. See Figure 5.
4. Push grab bar all the way down and rotate to front of
table.
5. Push grab bar down until it engages to prevent left or
right movement.
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have a detachable
power cord
Figure 7. Power Cord Receptacle
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Operation
General
NOTE: For optimum table performance, allow the table to
reach room temperature before operating.
danger
NOTE: The table is not designed for continuous operation. The control system includes a thermal overload
safety switch to protect from overheating. If the table is
operated continuously causing the control to exceed its
allowable operating temperature, the thermal overload
safety switch will shut off. If normal operation ceases,do
not attempt to operate the table. Allow the table to cool
for 10-15 minutes before attempting to use again. The
thermal overload switch will automatically reset when it
has reached a safe operating temperature.
Do not use this table in an explosive or oxygenrich atmosphere. To do so will result in an explosion or fire.
warning
If the table malfunctions, immediately remove your
foot from the controls, unplug the power cord from
the electrical receptacle, and assist the patient
from the table. If table continues to malfunction,
call for service. Do not attempt to repair table yourself.
NOTE: The control system is protected by a fuse to
prevent excessive current draw which could damage
the system. If operation does not resume after a cooling
period of one hour, contact your dealer or an authorized
service center for repair.
warning
Before initiating power, keep personnel and equipment clear of the table movement to avoid personal injury or equipment damage.
warning
Keep personnel and equipment clear of table before initiating movement to avoid personal injury
or damage to the equipment.
caution
The foot control is moisture resistant and runs on
low voltage, eliminating shock hazards. However,
to avoid temporary or permanent damage to the
foot control, do not immerse in water or liquids.
NOTE: Each control function will automatically stop moving when either the UP or DOWN travel limit is reached.
If the foot pedal is pressed with travel at its limit, the
actuator will not operate. Sensors prevent the actuator
motor from operating when travel limit has been reached,
preventing wear of the actuator.
caution
Keep foreign objects away from foot control. To
avoid accidental operation, be sure the foot control is NOT positioned below the front of the table.
Failure to do so could result in unwanted motion
and possible damage to the table.
Model Configurations
Model
Power Back
6000
P
neumatic Manual Back
x
Pelvic Tilt
Drawer Warmer
x
x
x
6001
6500
x
6501
x
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Operation (continued)
Table Up
(raises the entire
table upward)
back up
(Raises the back) Green Light
(Lights when power
emergency stop (RED)
to the foot control is ON) return to CHAIR
(Stops all
(Blue)
functions
(Returns table
when pressed)
to chair position
when pressed)
STOP
RETURN
TO CHAIR
Table Up
(raises the entire
table upward)
table Down
(Lowers the entire
table downward)
table Down
(Lowers the entire
table downward)
back DOWN
(Lowers the back)
models 6000 & 6001
models 6500 & 6501
Figure 8. Foot Controls
Models 6000 & 6001
Models 6000 & 6001 are equipped with a single foot
pedal that controls the raising/lowering of the table.
Models 6500 & 6501
Models 6500 & 6001 are equipped with a dual foot pedal
that controls the raising/lowering of the table and raising/
lowering of the seat back. In addition, the control features
the following:
Safety On/Off Switch
All Models
The On/Off switch (located on the back of the rear cabinet) can be set to the OFF position to disable all movement of the table. Power to the drawer warmer (if so
equipped) and other portions of the table will remain on.
Safety Switch for
Seat Back
Function
Return to Chair: When pressed, the table automatically
returns to the low chair position. The seat back will rise
to the full up position and the table will lower to the full
down position and stop. If the Emergency Stop or either
pedal is pressed while the table is in motion, the system
will return to manual mode and all motion will stop.
caution
Do not leave patient unattended when using the
Return To Chair feature.
Safety Switches for Table
Bottom Raising/Lowering Function
Emergency Stop: When pressed, stops the motion of all
functions.
Figure 9. Safety Switches
Safety Switches
Green Light (Models 6500 & 6501 only): Indicates that
there is power to the foot control (Safety On/Off switch at
back of table is ON).
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All Models
All models are equipped with safety switches located
on the bottom and seat back of the chair assembly that
automatically stops the lowering function if an obstruction
is encountered.
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Powered Backrest (Models 6500 & 6501)
Models 6500 & 6501 are equipped with safety switches
on the rear of the seat back which automatically stops the
lowering function of the seat and back if an obstruction is
encountered.
Pull up to rotate
Push down to lock in place
Depress the BACK UP pedal and remove the obstruction.
Pneumatic Manual Backrest (Models 6000 & 6001)
The safety switches automatically stop the lowering function of the seat if an obstruction is encountered.
Grab Bars
In the forward (normal use) position the grab bars lock
into place preventing left or right rotation.
The grab bars can be rotated to the side of the table for
improved access to the patient. Pull up on the grab bar
and rotate to the desired position. The grab bar locks in
the front and rear position.
Figure 10. Grab Bar Adjustment
NOTE: The grab bar can be removed from the table by
pullling up on the grab bar, rotating it to the 90° position,
and then lifting it out of it’s holder.
Leg Extention
The leg extention is located under the seat cushion.
(Figure 11), It can be extended 14” for the patient prone
position.
Treatment Pan
A removable treatment pan is built-in underneath the
upholstered foot board for use during examination. Pull
the leg extention fully out and remove the foot board or
slide it back under the seat to access the pan (Figure 12).
Remove the treatment pan for cleaning.
Figure 11. Leg Extention
Upholstered Foot Board
Treatment Pan
Leg Extention
Figure 12. Treatment Pan
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Operation (continued)
Drawer Warmer
On/Off Switch
(Models 6001
and 6501 only)
Front Drawer
Brewer
Figure 13. Front Drawer
Front Drawer
A storage drawer for supplies is located at the front of the
table. Models 6001 & 6501 are equipped with a drawer
warmer that is turned on by a switch located above the
drawer (Figure 13).
Pass Through Side Drawers
Two storage drawers are built into the table cabinet for
supplies (Figure 15). The drawers may be pulled out from
either side of the table.
Installing Drawer Stops
The Brewer Access High-Low Exam Tables are supplied
with two drawer stops for the side pass through drawers.
If you wish to restrict the drawers to opening only on one
side, simply install one drawer stop per drawer on the opposite side the drawer is to be opened (See Figure 14.)
To install drawer stops:
1. Pull drawers out on the side of desired use.
1. Screw in one drawer stop, one for each drawer on
opposite side of cabinet. (Figure 14).
Figure 14.
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Paper Storage
With the seat back in the upright position, lift the lid
on the paper storage compartment to access stored
paper rolls (Figure 15).
Paper Roll Holder
To change a paper roll, place the paper into the
holder located on the rear of the seat back (Figure
16). Pull the end of the roll over the top of the seat
back and position in the desired position.
Caution
Do not use paper roll with a diameter greater than
3” or back rest safety switch will not operate.
Pass Through Work Surface
A pass through work surface, stored under the seat (Figure 17), may be pulled out from either side of the table.
Grasp the edge of the work surface and pull until it is fully
extended. Push it fully in to stow after use.
Figure 16. Paper Roll Installation
Caution
The work surface is intended to support a maximum of 15 lbs.
Paper Storage
Figure 17. Pass Through Work Surface
Removing the Work Surface for Cleaning
1. Push work surface in, to reveal a white plastic screw.
Pass Through Side Drawers
Figure 15. Side Drawers & Paper Storage
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2. Remove the white plastic screw. (Figure 18.)
3. Pull the work surface toward you and remove it.
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Operation (continued)
warning
Failure to engage the lateral locking mechanism
could allow patient to lose balance resulting in
personal injury to patient.
Plastic Screw
Figure 18. Removing the Work Surface
Adjustable Stirrups
Operating the Stirrups (Figure 19)
1. To operate the stirrups, grasp end of stirrup and pull
straight out of the table. Lift up slightly while sliding
the stirrup out.
NOTE: Do not apply any downward pressure when pulling stirrup from table or it may be difficult to move. This
is normal and is part of the stirrup friction locking mechanism
2. Unfold stirrup upward to the fully open position.
3. Adjust the stirrup to the desired length by sliding it in
or out.
Stirrup Lateral Adjustment
1. Lift end of stirrup and then rotate outward to
desired position.
2. When the desired position is achieved, lower the stirrup to engage the lateral locking mechanism.
3. Check that lateral locking mechanism is engaged by
attempting to rotate stirrup assembly without lifting on
the stirrup end.
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Figure 19. Stirrups
Storing the Stirrups
1. To store the stirrups in the table, grasp end of stirrup
and pull straight out to its full extension.
2. Fold stirrup down against bar, then rotate it to the
inner most lateral position and slide it back into the
stowed position.
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table adjustments
Table Height
The table can be adjusted to any height between 18” to
37” (Figure 20).
1. To raise the table, depress and hold the Table Up
pedal until the desired height is achieved, then release the pedal. (See Figure 8.)
2. To lower the table, raise the backrest to the upright
position, then depress and hold the Table Down pedal
until the desired height is achieved, then release the
pedal. (See Figure 8.)
Seat Back
The back can be adjusted to any angle between horizontal and 80°.
NOTE: The table must be raised to a height of at least
28” before the backrest can be adjusted to the horizontal
position. (See Figure 21.)
Pneumatic Manual Backrest (Models 6000 & 6001)
1. Raise the table to a minimum of 28”
2. To lower the seat back, push down on the seat back
while pulling the release handle upward (See Figure
2).
Figure 20. Table Height Positioning
3. To adjust the back from a horizontal position to a
chair position, press the release handle (located on either side of the seat cushion) and lift upward. The seat back will lock in the desired position when the handle is released.
28“
Powered Backrest (Models 6500 & 6501)
1. Raise the table to a minimum of 28”
2. To adjust the back from an upright (chair) position
to a horizontal position, depress and hold the Back Down pedal until the desired angle is achieved,
then release the pedal.
3. To adjust the backrest from a horizontal position to a chair (upright) position, depress and hold the Back Up pedal until the desired angle is achieved, then release the pedal.
NOTE: The back is positioned by an actuator that raises
the back when activated. When lowered, the actuator
retracts and gravity causes the back to lower.
Figure 21. Adjusting Seat Back
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table adjustments (continued)
Manual Pelvic Tilt
(Models 6001 & 6501)
Pelvic Tilt Adjustment Bar
The manual pelvic tilt feature sets the seat angle at 0°
(horizontal) or 5° (up) position.
Pull up on the front of the seat and the pelvic tilt automatically travels to the locked tilt position (Figure 22). Lift
the adjustment lever and lower the seat to the horizontal
position.
Caution
Patient must be removed from table prior to lowering the seat.
Front Drawer Warmer
(Models 6001 & 6501)
Models 6001 & 6501 are equipped with a drawer warmer
that is turned on by a switch located above the drawer
(Figure 23).
Figure 22. Pelvic Tilt Adjustment
Drawer Warmer
On/Off Switch
(Models 6001 &
6501 only)
Figure 23. Front Drawer Warmer Switch
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maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
Table Care
caution
caution
The upholstery material is resistant to most medicinal type stains, but may be damaged by solvents
and dyes. Remove any spilled fluids from the upholstery immediately.
Failure to perform periodic inspections of the
table could result in personal injury or equipment
damage.
•
Periodically inspect the electrical cord to ensure it is
free of cuts or damage.
•
Inspect the mechanical functions to ensure satisfactory operation. Complete the operating test.
•
Check fasteners to make sure they are present and
tightened securely.
•
Lubricate moving parts (such as back and storage
cover hinges) with a food grade silicon lubricant.
•
Have a qualified technician inspect your table every 6
months.
Control Box Fuse Replacement
Warning
Disconnect power by removing plug from the
power outlet before changing fuses.
Clean the table weekly, wiping the painted metal and
plastic surfaces with a clean, soft cloth. If desired, mild
cleaners may be used.
Clean the work surface and rear paper storage cover immediately after contact with any fluids or gels. Use a mild
soap and rinse with clear water. Avoid the use of harsh
chemicals as they can permanently damage the finish.
Upholstery Replacement
1. Remove the two screws under the seat securing the
pelvic tilt lever to the the seat frame (models equipped
with pelvic tilt only, all other models skip to step 2).
2. Lift the seat and remove the three screws securing the
hinge to the seat frame.
3. Remove one screw in the paper holder securing the
seat back to the back frame.
4. Remove the upholstery from the table.
5. Reverse steps 1 - 4 to reassemble.
1. Manually raise table and prop in raised position.
2. Remove shroud below seat to expose actuators and
control box. (See Figure 24.)
3. Locate fuse cover on control box. (See Figure 25.)
4. Pull out fuse cover with pliers.
Figure 24.
5. Replace fuses using spare fuses in fuse cover. Fuse
type is 250V/2.5AT for 115 VAC and 250V/1.25AT for
230 VAC models.
Remove Two Screws
Remove Cover
6. Reassemble.
Heater Fuse Replacement
(Models 6001 & 6501)
1. Remove two fuse covers from back of table near the
power cord.
2. Replace both fuses. Fuse type is 5 x 20mm,
250V/1.0A.
Figure 25.
3. Replace fuse covers.
Remove Fuse Cover
and Replace Fuses
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troubleshooting
Operating Test
MODELS 6500 & 6501 ONLY
It is possible to verify normal operation of the
series 6000 tables by performing the following
series of tests.
Powered Back test
1. Press the TABLE UP pedal to raise the table
above 28” so the back may be lowered without
contacting the back cabinet.
2. Press the BACK DOWN pedal. The back
should go to the full recline position, which is
level.
3. Press the BACK UP pedal. The back should go
to the full up position.
4. Press the BACK DOWN pedal. While the
back is going down pressing on any corner of
the back of the seat must cause the back to momentarily stop.
5. Press the blue RETURN TO CHAIR button on
the foot control. While the chair is in motion
momentarily press the red STOP button. The
chair must stop and remain stopped.
6. Press the blue RETURN TO CHAIR button on
the foot control. While the chair is in motion
momentarily press the BACK UP pedal. The
chair must stop and remain stopped.
7. Press the blue RETURN TO CHAIR button on
the foot control. While the chair is in motion
momentarily press the BACK DOWN pedal.
The chair must stop and remain stopped.
8. Press the blue RETURN TO CHAIR button
on the foot control. While the chair is in motion momentarily press the TABLE UP pedal.
The chair must stop and remain stopped.
9. Press the blue RETURN TO CHAIR button on
the foot control. While the chair is in motion
momentarily press the TABLE DOWN pedal.
The chair must stop and remain stopped.
10. Raise the table to the full up position, and then
lower the back so the table is in the high table
position. Press the blue RETURN TO CHAIR
button. The table should first raise the back
then lower to the chair low position.
ALL MODELS
Lift test
1. Insure ON/OFF switch is in ON position.
2. Press and hold the TABLE UP pedal. The
table should rise to the full up position
(about 37”) and stop. There must be no
continuing motor hum after the table stops.
3. Release the TABLE UP pedal.
4. Press the TABLE DOWN pedal. While
the table is going down pressing on each
corner of the back of the seat must cause
the table to momentarily stop.
5. The table should go to the full down position. Release the TABLE DOWN
pedal.
6. Reach under the front section bottom plate
and lift up momentarily on each corner of
the plate. This should activate the lift causing the table to rise while the plate is lifted.
7. Turn the ON/OFF switch, located on the
back of the rear cabinet, to the OFF position, Verify that pressing any of the foot
pedals does not cause motion. Turn the
ON/Off switch to the ON position.
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6000 series table troubleshooting chart
Start Here
Step #
1
2
3
Complete the operational test
Test fails
Test passes
Test Complete
Do all powered functions work?
Yes
No
Do the 6 front limit switches
work properly?
Yes
No movement
Go to step 2.1
Some
movement
Go to step 2.2
Front cabinet switches; 1 or more
of 6 is not closing when pressed.
Press each one and listen for click
when pressed and again when
released. Replace as necessary.
No
Fixed
Still bad
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
4
Do the 4 seat back limit switches
work properly?
Yes
No
Seat back switches; 1 or more of 4
is not opening when pressed.
Press each one and listen for click
when pressed and again when
released. Replace as necessary.
Fixed
5
Does the drawer warmer heat
properly?
Yes or N/A
Still bad
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
No
6
Table stops after period of heavy
use. *see below
No
Yes
7
Is there excessive noise or other
problems which are not yet
identified?
Yes
No
Go to step 5.1
Control box is over temperature.
Allow 30 minute cool down. Control
box resets automatically.
Return to step 1
Go to step 7.1
* No relay clicking in control box. Table then functions after about 30 minutes.
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Step 2.1 continue here
a
Is on/off switch on back of cabinet
turned on?
Yes
No
b
If table has a heater, is the switch
illuminated when turned on?
Yes
No heater or No
Turn on switch, then return to step 1
Check for loose plug in wall outlet
or back of table. Check for power at
outlet.
Still bad
Fixed
Return to step 1
c
Press foot control pedal. Does relay
in control box click?
Yes
No
d
Check for loose wire connections at
terminal block.
Ok
Fixed
e
Return to step 1
Return to step 1
f
Is the table stuck in the up
position?
No
Replace control box.
Still bad
g
Table does not go down. Control
box relay clicks in down direction.
When front bottom switch plate is
lifted there is no relay click.
No
Yes
Is green light on at back side of
control box?
No
Yes
Replace 2 control box fuses.
Still bad
Fixed
Yes
Fixed
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
Return to step 1
Front cabinet switch (one of 6) is
stuck on. (closed) Unplug table
power. Isolate faulty switch or wire
using a continuity tester. Replace or
repair.
Still bad
Fixed
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
Return to step 1
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a
b
c
Step 2.2 continue here
Table raises slightly slower than
normal while the up pedal is held.
One actuator continues to hum.
No
Yes
Table is low and does not rise, but
motors hum when up pedal is
pressed.
No
Yes
Table does not go all the way
down. After table stops in the down
direction, continue pressing the
down pedal. One actuator
continues to hum for a few seconds
while there is no movement.
No
d
e
f
One lift actuator has failed. Replace
both lift actuators. Return to step 1.
Yes
No backrest movement. Motor
hums in the up direction but there is
no movement.
No
Yes
Replace back actuator.
Retun to step 1.
Backrest or table lift stuck in full up
position. No motor hum. Control
box relay clicks in both up and
down direction.
No
Yes
Backrest safety switch, 1 or more
of 4 is not closing when pressed.
Press each one and listen for click
when pressed and again when
released. Replace as necessary.
Still bad
Fixed
Are there other problems not yet
identified?
Yes
No
Return to step 1
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
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a
b
c
Drawer warmer
Step 5.1 continue here
Heater switch illuminates when on.
Yes
No
Heater gets warm when on.
Yes
No
Replace heater.
Does heater get warm now?
Yes
No
Replace heater fuses.
Does switch illuminate now?
Yes
No
Replace heater switch.
Does switch illuminate now?
Yes
No
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
Return to step 1
7.1
Step 7.1 continue here
a
Does table have a powered
backrest?
Yes
b
c
d
e
No
Are there other problems not yet
resolved?
Yes
No
Does table return to chair position
when blue button is pressed on foot
control?
No
Yes
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
Return to step 1
No movement at all, or movement
is not stopped by stop button or
foot pedals.
No
Yes
Replace foot control
Fixed
Still bad
Return to step 1
Backrest raises but seat does not
lower.
Yes
No
backrest and seat operate
simultaneously.
Yes
Backrest actuator limit switch is not
being actuated. Repair or replace
switch.
Still bad
Fixed
No
Backrest actuator limit switch has
failed. Repair or replace the switch.
Fixed
Still bad
Return to step 1
Call 1 888-Brewer1 for technical
assistance.
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options, accessories, and common service parts
Listed below are the accessories which are authorized for use with this table.
Description
Order No.
Use/Restrictions
Replacement Upholstery
6115-XX
Intended Use - Replacement top with
hardware for 6000, 6001, 6500, and 6501 examination tables in 18 standard and 6 plush colors.
Special Upholstery
6115-SP
Intended Use - Allows the purchase of
specialty vinyls in different colors with the model 6000, 6001, 6500, and 6501
examination table. (Additional charges
may apply.)
Urology Tray w/Hose & Bucket
100253
Intended Use - Conveniently and safely
disposes of and captures fluids during
urology procedures.
Front Drawer Organizer
100407
Intended Use - Optional front drawer
dividers for separation and organization.
Replacement Leg Extension Pad 100193-XX
Intended Use - Replacement upholstered
leg extension pad for examination table.
Stainless Steel Treatment Pan
98464
Intended Use - Optional Stainless Steel
Drip Pan for replacement of standard
plastic drip pan.
Deluxe Articulating Knee Crutches
99504
Intended Use - Allows leg positioning for
ease of examination.
Fuse 1A
100195
Intended Use - 1A drawer warmer re-
placement fuse (qty. 2)
Knee Crutch Clamp
100187
Intended Use - To hold deluxe articulated crutches.
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limited warranty
The Brewer Company
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Warranty: The Brewer Company warrants its Access High-Low Exam Table to be free from defects in parts and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of three (3) years from date of shipment. The Brewer Company will
not be responsible for any Product failure due to abuse, misuse, modification or improper use or for any use which exceeds the
published capacity of the Product. Products returned by prepaid freight for inspection and found defective will, at the option
of The Brewer Company, be repaired or replaced at no charge, but no claim for outside labor or other charges will be allowed.
Products must not be returned without proper written authorization from The Brewer Company. Requests for authorization must
be in writing and accompanied by the original purchase order, The Brewer Company invoice number and a copy of the invoice for
the Product. THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES WHATSOEVER,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND/OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. NO AGENT, EMPLOYEE, OR REPRESENTATIVE OF THE BREWER COMPANY HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO MAKE
ANY AFFIRMATION, REPRESENTATION, OR WARRANTY NOT SET FORTH IN THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CONCERNING ANY PRODUCTS OF THE BREWER COMPANY. THE BREWER COMPANY SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR DAMAGES CAUSED BY TRANSPORTATION, ACCIDENTS, FIRE, UNAUTHORIZED ALTERATION, OR NORMAL
WEAR OR ABUSE, NOR SHALL THE BREWER COMPANY HAVE ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, including without limitation, lost profits or any such damages arising from (a) the design, manufacture, sale, delivery, installation, repair, operation or use of products of The Brewer Company or any part thereof, (b) any actual
or alleged failure or defect in products of The Brewer Company or any part thereof, or (c ) any actual or alleged breach or nonperformance by The Brewer Company of this limited warranty.
Freight Claims: Upon receipt, merchandise should be carefully examined to ascertain that proper amount has been received in
good condition. Any claim for shortage or damage must be made with delivering carrier within five (5) days from receipt of goods.
We do not assume any responsibility for loss or damage in transit, and compensation for such loss must be obtained from the
carrier.
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