Drive Medical Steel Drop-Arm Commode Owners Manual

Drive Medical Steel Drop-Arm Commode Owners Manual
lifetime limited
warranty
Your Drive brand product is warranted to be free
of defects in materials and workmanship for the
lifetime of the original consumer purchaser.
This device was built to exacting standards and
carefully inspected prior to shipment. This Lifetime
Limited Warranty is an expression of our confidence in the materials and workmanship of our
products and our assurance to the consumer of
years of dependable service.
steel drop-arm
commode with padded
armrest and wheels
In the event of a defect covered by this
warranty, we will, at our option, repair or replace
the device.
This warranty does not cover device failure
due to owner misuse or negligence, or normal
wear and tear. The warranty does not extend to
non-durable components, such as rubber
accessories, casters, and grips, which are subject
to normal wear and need periodic replacement.
If you have a question about your Drive device or
this warranty, please contact an authorized Drive
dealer.
EU Authorized Representative
Drive International, LLC
Globe Lane - Stockport
DUKINFIELD SK16 4RE, GB
www.drivemedical.com
© 2005 Medical Depot, Inc. All rights reserved.
Drive is a trademark of Medical Depot, Inc.
Port Washington N.Y. 11050 USA Made in China
adjusting leg height
commode assembly
instructions and precautions
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Before assembling seat and lid, allow toilet seat
and lid to reach room temperature if exposed to
cold. This will help prevent the seat and lid clamps
from cracking while being assembled onto
commode back cross brace.
To drop arm, depress release button on arm and
gently allow to drop.
Align the toilet seat clamps onto the back frame
rail. (Both clamps should sit outside the pail
brackets). Push down on seat until clamps snap
firmly into place.
Repeat the same process for the lid.
When removing the seat or lid, always remove lid
first and then the seat. To remove, grasp the back
of the lid and/or seat and lift.
Install commode bucket by dropping into bucket
frame.
Reverse to remove.
FIGURE 1
Drop Arm
Release
Button
Bucket
Drops In
FIGURE 2
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2.
Before use, adjust height of each leg to your
specific needs, making sure all legs are at the
same height. When desired height is reached, lock
legs into place by aligning buttons into proper
holes, per illustration above.
To be sure legs are locked into place by pushing
down on or by pulling legs.
additional precautions
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Back Support
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Toilet seat must be in down position before use.
Failure to do so may result in breakage of
commode and possible injury.
Do NOT install commode without first reading and
understanding this assembly and instruction sheet.
If you can not understand these instructions,
contact a healthcare, dealer or technical
professional before attempting to install. Otherwise,
injury or damage may occur.
Inspect all parts for shipping damage before
assembly. If there is shipping damage - DO NOT
USE. Contact dealer/carrier for further instructions.
Make certain that the height adjusting snap buttons
fully protrude through the same respective hole of
each leg extension. This will ensure that the leg
extensions are securely locked in position and an
even height is achieved (see Figure 1).
Ensure ALL screws, nuts and/or bolts are tightened.
Check the rubber tips on the leg extensions for rips,
wear or if they are missing. Immediately replace
any or all if any of these imperfections exist.
All four leg extensions with rubber tips MUST touch
the floor simultaneously at all times.
Users with limited physical strength should be
supervised or assisted while using commode.
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