520 Chair - Haag

520 Chair - Haag
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OWNERS MANUAL
MODEL 520
LOW VOLTAGE CONTROL CHAIR
SERIAL NUMBER
For your future reference, mark the serial number
in the space provided.
QUALITY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM
REGISTERED TO
ISO 9001:2008
ISO 13485:2003
MADE I N A M E R I C A
Reliance® Medical Products • 3535 Kings Mills Road • Mason, Ohio 45040-2303 • 1-800-735-0357 • www.reliance-medical.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION.............................................4
1. INTRODUCTION.........................................................5
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.........................................6
2. INSTALLATION...........................................................7
2.1. Unpacking.......................................................7
Chair......................................................................7
2.2. Assembly.........................................................7
Headrest......................................................................7
Power Receptacle...................................................7
3. OPERATION..............................................................8
3.1. Chair Lift........................................................8
Raising & Lowering the Chair Lift from the
Footswitch...............................................................8
3.2. Chair Top........................................................8
Posistioning the Chair Back.....................................8
3.3. Revolving/Rotation..........................................9
3.4. Armrest Movement..........................................9
3.5. Footrest..........................................................9
3.6. Headrest.........................................................9
4. LOCATING AND REPLACING FUSES............................9
4.1. Fuse Replacement............................................9
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE..........................................11
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ....................................12
PARTS LIST.................................................................14
Model 520 Chair Assembly....................................15
Chair Top Assembly...............................................16
Chair Base Assembly.............................................18
Lift Assembly.........................................................20
Headrest Assembly................................................22
Wiring Diagram - 520............................................24
LIMITED WARRANTY.....................................................27
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
SAFETY SYMBOLS
Type B, Applied Part
“DANGER”, “WARNING”, or “CAUTION”
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to
the presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in this
Installation and Operating Instructions.
Dangerous Voltage / Shock Hazard
Fuse Rating Specification
« DANGER », « AVERTISSEMENT », ou « PRÉCAUTION »
Le point d’exclamation à l’intérieur d’un
triangle équilatéral vise à alerter l’utilisateur
à la présence d’importantes instructions
de fonctionnement et de maintenance
(service) dans ce manuel d’installation et
d’instructions de fonctionnement.
Protective Earth Ground
Alternating Current-AC
“NOTE”
Amplifies a procedure, practice, or condition.
Safe Working Load
« REMARQUE »
Amplifie une procédure, pratique ou condition.
!
“Attention, Consult Accompanying
Documents”
TRANSPORTATION / STORAGE CONDITIONS
Temperature: Operating: 59 to 104º F
15 to 40º C
Storage: -22 to +140º F
-30 to +60º C
Relative Humidity: Operating: 5 to 95% without
condensation
Storage: 10 to 100% including
condensation
Atmospheric Pressure:
Operating: 700hPa - 1060hPa
Storage: 500hPa - 1060hPa
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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. This manual contains information applicable only
to the Reliance® Model 520 Chair.
1.2. Whenever you see the symbols shown below,
heed their instructions! Always follow safe operating
and maintenance practices.
“DANGER”- THE DANGER SYMBOL
IDENTIFIES SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS OR
PROCEDURES WHICH, IF NOT CORRECTLY
FOLLOWED, COULD RESULT IN LOSS OF
LIFE OR PERSONAL INJURY.
« DANGER » : LE SYMBOLE DANGER
IDENTIFIE DES INSTRUCTIONS OU
PROCÉDURES SPÉCIALES QUI, SI ELLES
NE SONT PAS SUIVIES CORRECTEMENT,
POURRAIENT CAUSER UNE PERTE DE
VIE OU UNE BLESSURE.
“WARNING”- THE WARNING SYMBOL
IDENTIFIES SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
OR PROCEDURES WHICH, IF NOT
CORRECTLY FOLLOWED, COULD RESULT
IN PERSONAL INJURY.
« AVERTISSEMENT » : LE SYMBOLE
AV E R T I S S E M E N T I D E N T I F I E D E S
INSTRUCTIONS OU PROCÉDURES
SPÉCIALES QUI, SI ELLES NE SONT PAS
SUIVIES CORRECTEMENT, POURRAIENT
CAUSER UNE BLESSURE.
“CAUTION”- This caution symbol identifies
special instructions or procedures which,
if not strictly observed, could result in
damage to or destruction of equipment.
“NOTE”- Note indicates points of particular or
additional information.
« REMARQUE » : Remarque indique des points
d’intérêt particulier ou des renseignements
additionnels.
1.3 Should your product not perform properly, or if
you have any questions concerning the use and care
of any Reliance® product, contact the Reliance®
Distributor, where you purchased this product or contact
the Technical Service Department, Reliance® Medical
Products, Inc., 3535 Kings Mills Road, Mason, Ohio
45040-2303, or call (800) 735-0358.
NOTE: Always have the model number and
serial number available before contacting
Reliance® or your authorized Reliance®
Distributor.
REMARQUE : Ayez toujours le numéro de
modèle et le numéro de série à portée de la
main avant de contacter Reliance® ou votre
distributeur Reliance® autorisé.
“CLASSIFIED BY CANADIAN STANDARDS
ASSOCIATION® WITH RESPECT TO ELECTRIC
SHOCK, FIRE AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS
ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH UL 60601-1.”
According to Clause 5 in IEC 60601-1, sec 6.8.1, this
unit is classified by the following:
• The type of protection against electric shock:
EQUIPMENT energized from an external electrical
power source: CLASS I EQUIPMENT
• The degree of protection against electric shock:
TYPE B EQUIPMENT
• The degree of protection against harmful ingress of
« PRÉCAUTION » : Ce symbole de
précaution identifie des instructions ou
procédures spéciales qui, si elles ne
sont pas strictement suivies, pourraient
causer un dommage ou la destruction
de l’équipement.
water: ORDINARY DEGREE
• The degree of safety of application in the presence
of a FLAMMABLE ANAESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR
or WITH OXYGEN OR NITROUS OXIDE: EQUIPMENT
not suitable for use in the presence of a FLAMMABLE
ANAESTHETIC MIXTURE WITH AIR or WITH OXYGEN
OR NITROUS OXIDE
• The mode of operation: CONTINUOUS OPERATION
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WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
IMPORTANT USER WARNINGS
WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD. THIS
EQUIPMENT MUST NOT BE USED IN THE
PRESENCE OF FLAMMABLE ANESTHETICS.
AVERTISSEMENT : POUR ÉVITER UN
INCENDIE OU UN RISQUE DE CHOC
ÉLECTRIQUE, N’EXPOSEZ PAS CET
ÉQUIPEMENT À LA PLUIE OU À L’HUMIDITÉ.
AVERTISSEMENT : RISQUE D’EXPLOSION.
CET ÉQUIPEMENT NE DOIT PAS ÊTRE
UTILISÉ EN PRÉSENCE D’ANESTHÉSIQUES
INFLAMMABLES.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Rating for 120V Low Voltage Chair
This equipment is rated Class I, Type B
Equipment
Model
Low Voltage Chair
520
Volts
Hertz
Amps
120V
50/60
5.5
Class I




Rating for 230V Low Voltage Chair
This equipment is rated Class I, Type B
Equipment
Model
Hertz
Amps
230V
50
3.0




6
520
Volts
Class I
Type B
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to other devices
in the vicinity. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to other
devices, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
Type B
Low Voltage Chair
POTENTIAL ELECTROMAGNETIC or OTHER
INTERFERENCE
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving device.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the other device(s) are connected.
•
Consult the manufacturer or field service technician for
help.
WARNING - STORAGE OF THIS EQUIPMENT
BELOW 40°F (4.4ºC) WILL CAUSE THE
HYDRAULIC OIL TO BECOME THICK. THIS
MAY CAUSE UNUSUAL NOISES WHEN
THE BASE MOTOR IS OPERATED. IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT THE EQUIPMENT
STAY AT A TEMPERATURE OF 60°F (15.6ºC)
OR ABOVE FOR AT LEAST 8 HOURS BEFORE
OPERATING.
AVERTISSEMENT : L’ENTREPOSAGE DE
CET ÉQUIPEMENT À MOINS DE 4,4°C
(40°F) FERA EN SORTE QUE L’HUILE
HYDRAULIQUE DEVIENDRA ÉPAISSE.
CECI POURRAIT CAUSER DES BRUITS
INHABITUELS LORSQUE LE MOTEUR DE LA
BASE FONCTIONNE. ON RECOMMANDE
QUE L’ÉQUIPEMENT DEMEURE À UNE
TEMPÉRATURE DE 15,6°C (60°F) OU PLUS
DURANT AU MOINS 8 HEURES AVANT DE
L’UTILISER.
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2. INSTALLATION
2.2.2. Power Receptacle
2.1. Unpacking
2.1.1. Chair
2.1.1.1. Cut the shipping bands, open the top of the
shipping carton, and remove all packing material and boxes
that can be easily reached. Remove (4) nuts and remove
both base clamping boards.
2.1.1.2. It is recommended that the skid be positioned as
close as possible to the desired Chair location.
2.1.1.3. Remove at least two small shipping blocks stapled
to the top of the skid. The Chair can now be slid and/or
tipped from the skid onto the floor.
2.2.2.1. Locate the Footswitch assembly, Chair Control
Cable, and the Power Cord Assembly. Refer to figure 1 for
receptacle location and attach all cables.
Footswitch
Cable
Power Cord &
Fusedrawer
Chair Control
Cable

2.1.1.4. Do not lift the Chair by the upper structure.
However, the Chair may be tipped or slid into position by
pushing or pulling on the upper structure.
2.1.1.5. With the Chair in positon, remove all remaining
paper pads, plastic, tape, strings, etc.
2.2. Assembly
FIGURE 1
BASE
2.2.2.2. To disconnect power to Chair unplug Power Cord
from Instrument Stand or from wall receptacle.
2.2.1. Headrest
2.2.1.1. Remove the Headrest from its carton. Remove
seat upholstery by pulling the top away from Chair structure.
Attach Headrest to Chair frame using two 5/16 x 5/8
hex head cap screws supplied with Chair. Replace seat
upholstery. Insert the two locating screws on seat frame
into the two holes in bottom of seat upholstery. Press back
to frame so the hook and loop fabric fasteners engage.
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NOTE: If this Chair is purchased in conjunction with
a Reliance® Instrument Stand, the Chair Control
Cable supplied will provide proper operation. Refer
to the Instrument Stand Manual for connection to
the Stand.
REMARQUE : Si cette chaise est achetée avec
un support à instruments Reliance®, le câble
de commande de la chaise fourni permettra un
fonctionnement adéquat. Se référer au manuel du
support d’instrument pour savoir comment faire la
connexion au support.
3. OPERATION
CAUTION- Caution should be taken to ensure
there are no obstructions (instruments, trays,
tables) impeding movement of the Chair
PRÉCAUTION : On devrait faire attention
pour s’assurer qu’il n’y a pas d’obstructions
(instruments, plateaux, tables) empêchant le
mouvement de la chaise.
Each time main power is applied to the Chair, the circuit
board inside the Chair will respond with a one second beep.
The beep indicates the electronics are functioning properly.
3.1. Chair Lift
3.1.1. Raising & Lowering the Chair Lift from the
Footswitch
• For operation from the Footswitch (Figure 2), depress the
right side of the pedal to raise the Chair lift.
• Depress the left side of the pedal to lower the Chair lift.
NOTE: The RAISE and LOWER BASE switches
on the Footswitch are programmable. By design,
the motion of the Chair will STOP when either
of these switches is released. If you want the
motion of the Chair to CONTINUE after either of
these switches is released, then see Section 4
for programming instructions.
LIFT
DOWN
LIFT
UP
FIGURE 2
FOOTSWITCH OPERATION 3.2. Chair Top
3.2.1. Positioning The Chair Top
•The Chair top may be manually tilted. To do so, release
the lock by squeezing the Release Lever and the Grab Bar
on the back of the Chair together. Push back to recline.
Release two bars to lock top in desired position. (Figure
3).
WARNING- FIRM CONTROL OF THE CHAIR
TOP MUST BE MAINTAINED DURING THE
RECLINING OPERATION. THIS IS ESPECIALLY
IMPORTANT WITH HEAVIER OR LIGHTER THAN
AVERAGE PATIENTS.
“AVERTISSANT” - LE CONTRÔLE FERME DU
SOMMET DE PRÉSIDENCE DOIT ÊTRE MIS
À JOUR PENDANT L’EXÉCUTION ÉTENDUE.
C’EST PARTICULIÈREMENT IMPORTANT
AVEC PLUS LOURD OU LE CHALAND QUE LES
PATIENTS MOYENS.
REMARQUE : Les interrupteurs RAISE (LEVER) et
LOWER (BAISSER) la base sur l’interrupteur au pied
sont programmables. Selon la conception initiale,
le mouvement de la chaise S’ARRÊTE lorsque l’un
ou l’autre de ces interrupteurs est relâché. Si vous
désirez que le mouvement de la chaise CONTINUE,
après que l’un ou l’autre de ces interrupteurs est
relâché, consultez la section 4 pour connaître les
instructions de programmation.
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PRÉCAUTION : Cette chaise d’examen
est conçue pour utilisation dans une
position spécifique appelée la position
d’utilisation prévue. Avant d’incliner un
patient, assurez-vous que le dossier de
la chaise est aligné avec le réceptacle
d’alimentation de la chaise et que le pivot
de la chaise est verrouillé. La charge
de travail sécuritaire est réduite si la
chaise est tournée hors de sa position
d’utilisation prévue et cela pourrait causer
une stabilité insuffisante.
RELEASE LEVER
GRAB BAR
FIGURE 3
RELEASE LEVER
3.3. Revolving/Rotation
3.3.1. The Chair upper structure may be revolved 350°,
with a built-in stop to prevent continuous rotation. The lock
for revolving is controlled by a hand lever with black knob
located below the seat at the center and on either side. Push
the lever backward to release the lock and pull upward to
apply the lock.
3.4. Armrest Movement
3.4.1. The Chair Armrests may be raised to provide better
access to the patient or to permit entrance to or exit from
the Chair.
3.4.2. The movements of both Armrest are identical and
completely independent of each other.
3.4.3. To raise the Armrest simply lift Armrest to the stop
parallel to Chair back.
CAUTION: This exam Chair is designed
for use in a specific position called the
Intended Use Position. Prior to reclining a
patient, ensure the Chair Back is aligned
with the Chair’s power receptacle and
that the Chair Swivel is locked. The safe
working load is reduced if the Chair is
swiveled away from this Intended Use
Position, and may result in insufficient
stability.
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CAUTION-This exam Chair is designed
for use with a specific maximum patient
weight as a static (non-moving) load.
Sudden weight shifts or impact loads
can exceed the safe static load rating of
this Chair, and may result in insufficient
stability.
PRÉCAUTION : Cette chaise d’examen
est conçue pour utilisation avec un poids
de patient maximum spécifique comme
charge statique (sans mouvement). Les
déplacements de poids soudains ou les
charges dynamiques peuvent excéder
la norme de charge statique sécuritaire
de la chaise, ce qui pourrait causer une
stabilité insuffisante.
CAUTION-This exam Chair is designed
for use with a patient properly positioned
in the Chair. Prior to reclining the Chair,
ensure that the patient is seated in the
Chair and that the patient position does
not move to an extreme position either
toward the head of the Chair or toward
the foot of the Chair, since this may result
in insufficient stability.
PRÉCAUTION : Cette chaise d’examen est
conçue pour utilisation avec un patient
correctement positionné dans la chaise.
Avant d’incliner la chaise, assurez-vous
que le patient est assis dans la chaise et
que la position du patient ne se déplace
pas vers une position extrême soit vers
la tête, soit vers le pied de la chaise,
puisque cela pourrait causer une stabilité
insuffisante.
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4.1. Fuse Replacement (AC Input Module)
3.5. Footrest
3.5.1. The Footrest may be retracted by lifting near its
outer edge. When retracted, the Footrest stays in place.
3.6. Headrest
3.6.1. A fixed, non-articulating Headrest is the only Headrest
available on the 520 Chair. This Headrest is ergonamically
designed for patients of a wide range of heights.
4.1.1 Unplug the power cord from the AC power Input Module.
Referring to Figure 4, locate tab. With a tool similar to a small
common screwdriver placed under tab, pry Fuse Drawer out.
Remove the Fuse Drawer by pulling it out with your fingers.
4.1.2 To remove fuses from Fuse Drawer, tilt fuses in direction
of arrows as shown in Figure 4. Examine the fuses, replace
as necessary.
4.0 LOCATING AND REPLACING FUSES

WARNING: DISCONNECT EQUIPMENT FROM
MAIN INPUT POWER BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH
ELECTRICAL INSPECTIONS OR MAINTENANCE.
FIGURE 4
AC INPUT MODULE
AVERTISSEMENT : DÉCONNECTEZ
L’ É Q U I P E M E N T D E L’ A L I M E N TAT I O N
É L E C T R I Q U E P R I N C I PA L E AV A N T D E
PROCÉDER À DES INSPECTIONS ÉLECTRIQUES
OU À DE L’ENTRETIEN.
CAUTION - Replace fuse(s) as marked. All
fuses must be replaced with a fuse of the same
size and rating. Refer to the Wire Diagrams at
the end of this Manual.
PRÉCAUTION : Remplacez le(s) fusible(s)
comme indiqué. Tous les fusibles doivent
être remplacés par un fusible de la même
dimension et de la même valeur. Se référer
aux schémas de câblage à la fin de ce manuel.
The Chair contain two fuses located inside the AC Input Module
in the Base Assembly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
PROBLEM CAUSE
SOLUTION
CHAIR WILL NOT OPERATE.
1) POWER CORD NOT PLUGGED IN.
2) NO AC POWER AT WALL RECEPTACLE.
3) BLOWN LINE FUSE.
1) CHECK ALL WIRING CONNECTIONS.
2) RESTORE OUTLET POWER.
3) REPLACE FUSE.
OUTLET POWER OK, BUT NO
BEEP IS HEARD WHEN POWER
IS APPLIED.
1) BLOWN LINE FUSE.
2) LOOSE WIRING IN BASE.
3) OTHER.
1) REPLACE FUSE.
2) CHECK ALL WIRING CONNECTIONS.
3) CONTACT FACTORY
FOOTSWITCH FUNCTIONS NOT
OPERATING.
1) FOOTSWITCH CORD NOT CONNECTED.
1) CHECK ALL INTERNAL AND
EXTERNAL FOOTSWITCH WIRING
CHAIR BASE WILL NOT STAY UP
1) SOLENOID VALVE NOT CLOSED.
(DIRT IN VALVE.)
2) CONSTANT POWER APPLIED TO
SOLENOID.
3) OTHER
1) REPAIR OR REPLACE SOLENOID
VALVE.
2) CHECK FOR SWITCHES STUCK
"CLOSED" .
3) CONTACT FACTORY.
CHAIR BASE WILL NOT LOWER.
1) NO POWER TO SOLENOID ASS'Y.
2) SOLENOID COIL BURNED-OUT
3) OTHER
1) CHECK FOR VOLTAGE.
2) REPLACE SOLENOID COIL.
3) CONTACT FACTORY.
CHAIR BASE WILL NOT RAISE.
PUMP MOTOR DOES NOT RUN.
1)
2)
3)
4)
1)
2)
3)
4)
CHAIR BASE WILL NOT RAISE.
PUMP MOTOR RUNS.
1) SOLENOID VALVE NOT CLOSED.
(DIRT IN VALVE.)
2) CONSTANT POWER APPLIED TO
SOLENOID.
3) OTHER.
1) REPAIR OR REPLACE SOLENOID
VALVE.
2) CHECK FOR SWITCHES STUCK
"CLOSED".
3) CONTACT FACTORY.
BASE "STUTTERS" DURING
ASCENT.
1) HYDRAULIC FLUID LEVEL IS LOW.
1) CONTACT DEALER OR FACTORY
FOR INFORMATION ON ADDING OIL.
CHAIR BASE WILL NOT RAISE
OR LOWER FROM FLOOR UNIT.
1) CHAIR CONTROL CABLE NOT PLUGGED
IN.
2) BLOWN FUSE IN CHAIR BASE.
1) CHECK CABLE CONNECTIONS AT
STAND CHAIR
2) REPLACE FUSE.
CHAIR TOP "WOBBLES" ON
CHAIR BASE
1) LOCK NUT IS LOOSE.
(UNDER SEAT BOARD.)
1) TIGHTEN LOCK NUT.
CHAIR BACK RECLINES FULLY
WITHOUT HANDLE BEING
ACTIVATED.
1) GAS SPRING IN NEED OF ADJUSTMENT
2) GAS SPRING FAILURE
1) ADJUST GAS SPRING
2) REPLACE GAS SPRING
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NO POWER TO MOTOR PUMP ASS'Y
UP-LIMIT SWITCH STUCK "OPEN".
PUMP MOTOR BURNED-OUT.
OTHER
CHECK FOR VOLTAGE.
RE-ADJUST OR REPLACE SWITCH.
REPLACE MOTOR-PUMP ASS'Y.
CONTACT FACTORY.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Cleaning the Upholstery
When cleaning upholstery, it is suggested that you use all
recommended commercial cleaning agents in an inconspicuous spot to check for potential damage to the upholstery
material before applying to the entire area to be cleaned.
Day to Day soil:
Remove ordinary dirt and smudges with a mild soap and
warm water solution. Dry with a soft, lint-free cloth or towel.
For more difficult stains, use of a stronger detergent is
recommended; however, follow the detergent manufacturer’s
instructions closely.
Disinfecting Material:
In order to disinfect, use a 1:9 solution of bleach and water (1
part bleach to 9 parts water). Wipe surface with damp cloth
then rinse with water immediately, using a damp cloth.
PRÉCAUTION : Ces solvants sont extrêmement
inflammables. Faites très attention lors du
nettoyage et avisez le personnel dans la
zone de tout danger. Portez des gants de
caoutchouc durant toute activité de nettoyage.
Faites attention en nettoyant autour des
boutons, des coutures et autres finitions de
bois ou décoratives, puisque ces solvants
pourraient endommager sérieusement ces
endroits.
Cleaning Painted Surfaces
The painted metal surfaces are covered in durable, powdercoated paint which is resistant to scratching and scuffing.
It may be cleaned with a clean cloth dampened with mild,
soapy water or equivalent household product that uses spray
application.
Special cleaning problems:
The following methods are recommended to clean stains
on PreFixx-protected vinyl upholstery. Most stains will be
removed when these cleaning agents are used in the following order.
Type 1 Cleaners: Nonabrasive household cleaners to be
used with water and a soft cloth.
Recommended Infection Control Products
The disinfectant/cleaner products that we have tested and
recommend for our upholstery, painted items and plastic
covers are as follows.
•Formula 409®~ All-Purpose Spray Cleaner
•Cavicide® Hospital Disinfectant
•Fantastik® Spray Cleaner
•Precise® Hospital Foam Cleaner Disinfectant
•Other similar household cleaners and bleaches
Type 2 Cleaners: Solvent-type cleaner to be liberally
applied with a soft cloth. Dry area with another cloth, rinse
with clean water and dry.
•Rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol)
•Lighter fluid (naptha)
Type 3 Cleaners: Strong, active solvent cleaners such as
nail polish remover (acetone/water) to be applied with a soft
cloth. Stain should be removed with less than six (6) rubs; if
stain persists after six rubs, contact manufacturer. Dry area
with another cloth, rinse with clean water and dry.
CAUTION- These solvents are highly
CAUTION : Follow manufacturer’s directions for
concentration and application of disinfecting
cleaner. Avoid prolonged application of any
disinfectant/cleaner products, because
they may cause staining or discoloration of
material.
PRÉCAUTION : Suivez les instructions
du fabricant pour la concentration et
l’application de nettoyeurs désinfectants.
Évitez une application prolongée de tout
produit désinfectant/nettoyant, parce que
ceux-ci pourraient causer des taches ou une
décoloration du matériel.
flammable. Exercise proper care in cleaning
and notify personnel in area of danger. Wear
rubber gloves during all cleaning activity. Use
caution in cleaning around buttons, stitching
and wooden or other decorative trim, since
these solvents could seriously damage such
areas.
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PARTS LIST
RELIANCE® MODEL 520
EXAMINATION AND TREATMENT CHAIR
Note: When ordering parts, please:
1. Advise dealer or factory of model and serial number of unit. These numbers are on the
plate that is located at rear, near bottom, of Chair back.
2. Specify color of painted parts. Painted parts have an asterisk(*) behind the part description.
REMARQUE : Lorsque vous commandez des pièces, veuillez :
1. Informez le distributeur ou l’usine du modèle et du numéro de série de l’ensemble. Ces
numéros sont de la plaque qui est située à l’arrière, près du bas, de l’arriére de présidence.
2. Spécifier la couleur des pièces peintes. Les pièces peintes ont un astérisque (*) derrière la
description de pièce.
Should your Chair not perform properly, or if replacement parts are
needed, contact the Reliance® Distributor, where you purchased this
product or contact the Technical Service Department, Reliance® Medical
Products, Inc., 3535 Kings Mills Road, Mason, Ohio 45040-2303, or call
(800) 735-0358.
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FIGURE 5
520 CHAIR ASSEMBLY
3
40°
1
11.12"
MODEL AND SERIAL
NUMBER PLATE
5
7, 8
44.00" LOW
46.50" HIGH
BASE TRAVEL
8.75" LOW
11.25" HIGH
7.55"
28.88" LOW
31.38" HIGH
BASE TRAVEL
8.75" LOW
11.25 HIGH
6
2
4
21.00" LOW
23.50 HIGH
BASE TRAVEL
8.75" LOW
11.25 HIGH
BASE
19.09"
30.94"
38.96"
ITEM
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
Chair Top Assembly* (See Figure 6)
5
2723973
Upholstered Seat Assembly**
2
Chair Base Assembly* (See Figure 7)
6
2346773
Upholstered Apron Assembly**
3
Headrest Assembly* (See Figure 9)
7
2347373
Upholstered Armrest Assembly - RH**
Footrest
8
2347473
Upholstered Armrest Assembly - LH**
4
2342203
** Please specify upholstery color when ordering.
To order complete Upholstery Set use P/N.
2349373 Upholstery Set - 520
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FIGURE 6
520 CHAIR TOP ASSEMBLY
24
27
32
17
16
41
(2)
40 (4)
31
15
11
18
42(2)
6
46
(2)
33
(6)
4
38(4)
22
54(2)
10
(4)
15
29
19
45 (2)
44
49
(2)
15
7
43(2)
36(2)
15
5
26
48
30
(2) 47
(2)
15
20
12
52 (2)
3
28
(2)
34(4)
14
25
55
21
37
50
13(2)
23(2)
39
1
53
51(2)
56
9
16
2
8
35(2)
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*Please specify paint color when ordering.
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FIGURE 7
CHAIR BASE ASSEMBLY
3, 4
9
11
20
10
18
19
7
5
32
8
12
28, 17
6
21
28, 17
13
16, 17
29
30
31, 30
15
23
33
14
30
24
1
27
25
2
22
18
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ITEM
PART NO.
Base
16
0458999
Tubing-5-1/2 in
2065599
Base Cover
17
1081999
Tubing Insert
2065199
Base Housing - Low - RH
18
0559999
Thrust Bearing
2065399
Base Housing - High - RH
19
0560099
Thrust Washer
2065299
Base Housing - Low - LH
20
0123885
Lock Nut
2065499
Base Housing - High - LH
21
1127599
Union Tee
Lift Assembly (See Figure 8)
22
1659299
Power Cord Assembly
1707792
Solenoid Valve Assembly-120V
23
1550599
Chair Control Cable-LV To LV
1707892
Solenoid Valve Assembly-230V
24
2346492
Footswitch Assembly
1702892
Keyshield Assembly-Low*
1634299
Fuse, 6.3 A / 250V-120V
1702992
Keyshield Assembly-High*
1634999
Fuse, 4 A / 250V-230V
2720092
Pump/Motor Assembly-120V
26
1976799
Power Entry Module W/ Filter
2720192
Pump/Motor Assembly-230V
27
9
1547899
Piston Rod Bolt
28
10
1525899
Set Screw-#10-24 x 1/4
11
0607299
Washer
12
2721092
Hose Assembly
13
1596292
14
15
ITEM
PART NO.
1
2081203
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
25
DESCRIPTION
Fusedrawer, 2 Pole (In Item 26)
0458999
Tubing-5 in
1597299
Capacitor, Starting-120V
2002199
Capacitor, Starting-230V
30
1720399
PH Phil w/Lock Washer-#10-24 x 1/2
Pressure Tube Assembly
31
2081099
Housing Mount Bracket
2025599
P.C. Board Assembly
32
0708599
HHCS 3/8-16 x 1.5
2720892
AC Input Assembly
33
1569999
Circuit Board Support
29
NOTE- Power cord for 230V base does not
include a plug.
To order complete Base Assembly use P/N’s.
2724092
2724192
2724292
2724392
NOTE- Le cordon de secteur pour la base
230V ne comprend pas une fiche.
Chair Base Assembly - Low - 120V*
Chair Base Assembly - High - 120V*
Chair Base Assembly - Low - 230V*
Chair Base Assembly - High - 230V*
*Please specify paint color when ordering.
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FIGURE 8
LIFT ASSEMBLY
6
7
21
5
4
3
8
9
10
2
22
23
17
24
25
14
15
13
16
18
12
19
36
35
34
33 & 37
18
43
29
32
27
28
31
30
38
26
20
42
41
11
40
1
20
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DESCRIPTION
ITEM
PART NO.
Lift Base
22
0733299
Retaining Ring
1019095
Lift Top
23
0512599
Backup Ring
3
0439979
Switch Plate
24
0730899
U - Pack
4
0929699
Insulator
25
0512499
Piston Ring
5
1011399
Switch
26
0353199
Cylinder Gasket
6
0727599
Drive Screw
27
0569299
Pin - Roll
7
0731499
"O" Ring
28
0466399
Filter Screen
8
1454699
Pin
29
0446099
Snap Ring
9
0485199
Nut - Acorn 5/16
30
0741799
Valve Ball
10
0365799
Gasket - Tie Rod
31
0731199
"O" Ring
11
0432599
Base Column Seal
32
0441999
Valve Seat
0903292
Cylinder Assembly - High
33
1012499
Valve Housing
0526792
Cylinder Assembly - Low
34
0363299
Relief Valve Plunger
13
Spacer - Cylinder (in Item 12)
35
0784699
Relief Valve Spring
14
Bushing (in Item 12)
36
1012399
Set Screw
15
Ring - Quad (in Item 12)
37
0731299
"O" Ring
0902285
Base Column - High
38
0442499
Valve Spring
0563885
Base Column - Low
39
2720799
Elbow - 45°
0432599
Base Column Seal
40
1081899
Elbow - 90°
0901999
Tie Rod - High
41
0447199
Elbow - 90°
0563699
Tie Rod - Low
42
0303699
Plug - Pipe 1/8-27 Sckt Head
Pin - Roll (in Item 12)
43
1060392
Tubing Assembly
ITEM
PART NO.
1
1012795
2
12
16
17
18
19
20
21
DESCRIPTION
0422899
Disc - Valve
1183592
Piston Rod - High
1183692
Piston Rod - Low
To order complete Base Assembly use P/N’s.
2721192 Lift Assembly - Low*
2721292 Lift Assembly - High*
*Please specify paint color when ordering.
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FIGURE 9
HEADREST ASSEMBLY
1
5
4
3
6
7
2
22
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ITEM
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2059499
Headrest Cover *
2
2057103
Headrest Support Bracket*
3
2059673
Upholstery Headrest **
4
0713199
R.H.M.S. 1/4-20 x 3/4
5
0728299
1/4 Split Washer
6
2728099
Standoff, Hex Male/Female-#10-32 x 1.50
7
0593799
B.H.C.S #10-32 x .50 Sck't
To order complete Headrest Assembly use P/N.
2059592 Headrest Assembly**
*Please specify paint color when ordering.
** Please specify upholstery color when ordering.
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FIGURE 10
WIRING DIAGRAM
24
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(NOTES)
26
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The Reliance® product must be used only for the purposes and in the manner described in the literature
distributed with the product. The products are warranted against defective materials and workmanship for the
period set forth in the warranty provided with each product. Products or parts thereof will be repaired or replaced
as required at Reliance® Medical Products, Inc. Such repair or replacement shall be the sole remedy under
this warranty. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser from an authorized Reliance® dealer and is
subject to the following conditions:
1. The warranty card must be completed and returned to Reliance® Medical Products, Inc. within two(2)
weeks from the date of installation.
2. Installation and servicing of the products must be performed by trained Reliance® equipment dealer service
personnel in accordance with the appropriate instructions manual for the products.
3. The products have not sustained breakage or other type damage due to accident or misuse.
4. This warranty will not apply to Reliance® products which have had the serial number removed, altered or
effaced.
EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE, RELIANCE® DOES NOT GRANT ANY
WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILTY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE.
Reliance® Medical Products neither assumes nor authorizes any person to assume for it, any other liability
in connection with the sale and use of its products.
REMEDIES ARE LIMITED EXCLUSIVELY TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS. RELIANCE®
MEDICAL PRODUCTS, INC. EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THE EQUIPMENT.
Claims covered by this warranty will be honored when presented within one (1) month from discovery of a defect.
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MADE IN AMERICA
3535 Kings Mills Road
Mason, Ohio 45040-2303
1-800-735-0357(Customer Service)
1-800-735-0358 (Technical Service)
(513) 398-3937
Http://www.reliance-medical.com
P/N 20607 REV J
© Copyright 2007
Printed in U.S.A.
Revised 02-2012-7929
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