AMC-20CF Service Manual
SERVICE MANUAL
& PARTS LIST
AMC-20CF MOBILE DENTAL SYSTEM
P.O. Box 1548 • Woodinville, WA 98072-1548
1-800-426-5913 • 425-487-3157 • Fax: 425-487-2608
email: [email protected] • Internet: www.aseptico.com
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS
Page
General Service Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Inspection & Verification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Cleaning & Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
DISASSEMBLY
FRONT & SIDE PANELS REMOVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
AUTO TRANSFORMER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
ISOLATION TRANSFORMER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
VACUUM VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
THREE-WAY SOLENOID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
RELIEF VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
AIR TANK CHECK VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
PRESSURE SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
AIR TANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
RIGHT VENTURI ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
LEFT VENTURI ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
COMPRESSOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
MOTOR MOUNTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
ISOLATED HIGH-VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK . . . . . . . .8
WASTE PUMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
COOLING FAN TERMINAL BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
INNER COOLING FAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
WASTE PUMP CONTROL VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
WASTE SENSOR CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
AEU-5000 POWER BOARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
VACUUM RELAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
WASTE RELAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
110V TERMINAL BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
NEUTRAL TERMINAL BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
220V TERMINAL BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
24V ISOLATION TERMINAL BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
AIR INPUT FILTER HOLDER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
POWER INPUT CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
CIRCUIT BREAKERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
AIR TANK RELEASE VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
WASTE OUTLET QUICK DISCONNECT FITTING . . . . . .11
WASTE PUMP POWER SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
220V ACCESSORY OUTLETS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
110V ACCESSORY OUTLET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
REAR COOLING FAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
WASTE COMPARTMENT LATCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
WASTE COMPARTMENT DOOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
WASTE TANK SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
SALIVA TUBE CONNECTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
WASTE PUMP DISCONNECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
HIGH VACUUM QUICK DISCONNECT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
VACUUM RETURN FITTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
SPLASH SHIELD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
AEU-5000 ELECTRIC MOTOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
SCALER ADJUSTMENT POTENTIOMETER . . . . . . . . . . . .14
SCALER WAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
PNEUMATIC HANDPIECE FIBER-OPTIC TUBING . . . . .15
CURING LIGHT TUBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
FOOT PEDAL AND TUBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
SYRINGE AND SYRINGE TUBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
AUXILLARY WATER & AIR QUICK DISCONNECTS . . . .16
HANDPIECE PRESSURE GAUGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
SYRINGE FLOW ADJUSTMENT BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
SYSTEM CONTROL VALVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
CHECK VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
35 PSI FIXED REGULATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
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SCALER CONTROL MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
FIBER OPTICS MODULE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
QUIN HANDPIECE BLOCK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
MANIFOLD 4-PORT ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
AIR PILOT VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
SHUTTLE VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
SYSTEM PRESSURE GAUGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
VACUUM SWITCHES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
SCALER SWITCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
CENTRAL VACUUM CANISTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
FILTER/REGULATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
AMALGAM MANIFOLD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
WASTE LINE CHECK VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
WATER FILTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
WATER BOTTLE CAP COUPLINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
TOP LID LOCKING HINGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
TOP LID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
INSTRUMENT HOLDERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
ARM ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
CASTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
TUBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
WIRING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
PARTS LISTS
Figure A – Final Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22-34
Figure B – Accessory Tray Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Figure C – Left Side Panel Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Figure D – Right Side Panel Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Figure E – Front Panel Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Figure F – AEU-5000 Mount Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Figure G – Vacuum Valve Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Figure H – Relief Valve Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Figure I – Air Tank Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Figure J – Right-Hand Venturi Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Figure K – Left-Hand Venturi Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Figure L – Vacuum Tube Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Figure M – Compressor Motor Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Figure N – Pump & Bracket Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Figure O – Middle Shelf Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Figure P – Middle Shelf Insulation Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Figure Q – Rear Panel Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Figure R – Power Outlet Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Figure S – Power Inlet Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Figure T – Waste Tank Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Figure U – Noise Baffle Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Figure V – Sound Wall Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Figure W – Waste Shield Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Figure X – Bulkhead Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Figure Y – Syringe Block Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Figure Z – Pedal Handpiece Block Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Figure A-A – Manifold 4-Port Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
Figure A-B – Quin Auto Block Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Figure A-C - Arms Assy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
STERILIZATION & MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . .48-49
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
FINAL INSPECTION & TESTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
REQUIRED TOOLS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover
GENERAL SERVICE INFORMATION
This service and parts manual offers information and parts
lists not available in the AMC-20CF Operation and
Maintenance Instruction Manual. It will help you better
understand the operation of the AMC-20CF Mobile Dental
System, thereby reducing service time. A Schematic Diagram
Set includes assembly drawings with individual part numbers,
plumbing diagrams, and electrical schematics. The plumbing
and electrical diagrams show all air, water, and wiring components as installed in the unit. Individual parts are also listed and referenced to Figures with callouts in the Parts Lists.
A Detachable Parts List is also included. Use the information
in the Parts Lists when ordering replacement parts.
INSPECTION & OPERATION VERIFICATION
To verify that the AMC-20CF unit is functioning properly,
first follow the Setup procedure in the Operation and
Maintenance Manual. The System is designed to operate
from 110V or 220V 50/60Hz power. A manually operated
switch (Fig. 1), located above the Figure 1
power inlet cord, allows the user to
select the proper voltage. The
System is protected by three sets of
circuit breakers: 20 Amp for 110V,
10 Amp for 220V, and 1 Amp for the
isolated voltage circuits.
Use Tool To
Toggle the Bottle Pressure Release
Toggle Switch
Toggle switch, located on the righthand side of the unit (Fig. 3), to the ON position. Toggle the
Air Tank Pressure Toggle switch, located on the bottom-left
rear of the unit, to the ON position. Turn the Main Power
Switch, located on the top-right rear of the unit, to the ON
position. The electric-motor control panel should light up
and the compressor pump should fill the air reservoir and
water bottles. With the compressor pump engaged, the air
reservoir should pressurize to a factory preset of approximately 110 PSI (7.58 bar) and the System should pressurize
to a preset of 80 PSI (5.5 bar). The 80 PSI system pressure is
regulated by the regulator/filter (Fig. 2), which is located
under the top lid, Figure 2
near the right rear
side. The System
pressure is indicated on the circular
RAISE KNOB
pressure
gauge,
THEN ROTATE
which is also locatTO ADJUST PRESSURE
ed under the top lid
Figure 3
COOLANT FOR
AIR HANDPC #1
COOLANT FOR
ELECTRIC HANDPC
COOLANT FOR
AIR HANDPC #2
and marked "System Pressure".
The AMC-20CF System uses a single compressor motor with
a split head. The split head provides pressure on one side and
vacuum on the other. The vacuum side uses venturi boosters
to increase the vacuum. The compressor is controlled by a
pressure sensor located on the tank. The sensor activates the
compressor air pressure whenever the air reservoir needs to
be recharged. The recharge starts when the pressure in the
air reservoir drops to approximately 80 PSI, and it stops when
the reservoir be-comes fully charged at a factory preset of
approximately 110 Figure 4
PSI.
HIGH VACUUM
(HVE)
All the handpiece,
SYRINGE
curing light, scaler,
SALIVA
and vacuum instru- EJECTOR
ment holders are
air-activated holders. If the High
Vacuum
Ejector
(HVE) or low volume saliva ejector instruments (Fig. 4) are
removed from their holders (or if they aren't properly seated
in their holders), the compressor will run continuously, even
when the air reservoir and System pressure are fully pressurized. This is because the air from the pressure side of the
compressor is diverted through a valve to a venturi, which
increases the vacuum. When the pressure in the air reservoir
drops to approximately 80 PSI, the air is diverted back to the
reservoir and recharges it until its pressure reaches the 110
PSI preset. If the HVE and saliva ejector instruments are
seated in their holders properly but the compressor fails to
turn off, turn the unit's power switch OFF and check for air
leaks in the System. If the System pressure gauge is showing
pressure, the leaking sound should be detectable. Use your
ear, or place a tube to your ear like a stethoscope, to locate
the source of the leak. If a leak can't be heard from any air
lines or fittings, check the water bottles for tightness and the
condition of their seals.
Air/Water Syringe
Check the 3-Way Air/Water Syringe (Fig. 4) by depressing the
air and water syringe buttons individually then both simultaneously for spray. A Syringe Air/Water Flow Adjustment
Block is located under the top Lid, behind the divider wall,
beside the Scaler Module.
BOTTLE SELECTOR TOGGLE
COOLANT
FOR SCALER
FLUSH TOGGLE
BOTTLE PRESSURE
RELEASE TOGGLE
COOLANT AIR TOGGLE
COOLANT AIR CONTROL VALVE
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Water Filters
Inspect the water filters (Fig. 5) on the
ends of the water pick-up tubes that
protrude into the two water bottles. If
the water filters become clogged and
restrict the water flow, they need to be
replaced. CAUTION: Do not run
saline solutions through the water system -- saline will corrode the water filters.
Figure 5
Filter
Air Filters
The air pressure side of the compressor uses a dual-filtered air intake can- Figure 6
ister (Fig. 6) located on the back side
of the unit. It is located behind a rectangular cover that attaches to the unit
with four captive screws. Three primary filters are on the outer perimeter
Primary Filters
of the canister. The secondary filter is
located inside the canister and can be accessed for cleaning
or replacement by removing two Phillips head screws on the
canister cap. Both the primary and secondary filters should
be replaced if they become clogged and restrict air flow.
Vacuum System
To check the function of the
Figure 7
vacuum system, first allow
the System to reach full
pressure. Check the solids
trap to ensure that it is clear
of debris. Check that the
large tube to the waste tank
is fully seated in the fitting
Sensor
and all the other tubes are
properly connected to the tank. Ensure that the waste sensor
(Fig. 7) is plugged into the connector on the unit. The System
will not activate the compressor if this connection is not activated. Fill a container with one liter of water. Turn the valve
on the low vacuum saliva ejector instrument to the OFF position and submerge the HVE instrument into the container. It
should take approximately 6 seconds to extract the liter of
water from the container using the HVE. Refill the liter of
water and turn the HVE instrument OFF and the saliva ejector to ON, then submerge the saliva ejector instrument into
the container. It should take approximately 42 seconds to
remove one liter of water using the saliva ejector. NOTE: If
the System is pressurizing the air tank, a drop in this vacuum
will appear due to the pressure side of the compressor disengaging the booster vacuum venturi.
Instruments
Figure 8
To check the funcSCALER
tions of the highspeed handpieces,
ELECTRIC
curing light, scaler, HANDPIECE
and electric motor, CONTROL
remove each instrument from their
respective holders
one at a time, startPage 2
CURING
LIGHT
PNEUMATIC
HANDPIECE
CONTROLS
(#2 and #1)
ing with handpiece #1, which is located on the right-hand
end of the left arm (Fig. 8). All of the handpieces plus the
curing light and scaler are activated by the air-driven Foot
Control.
Pneumatic Handpieces (2 Qty):
With handpiece #1 removed from its holder, activate the
Foot Control and check the handpiece pressure on the gauge
located on the front panel marked "Handpiece Pressure".
Adjust the hand- Figure 9
FLOW ADJUSTMENT SCREWS (5)
piece pressure to
the proper setting
by adjusting the
right-hand black
knob on the control
block located under
the top Lid (Fig. 9).
IMPORTANT: Adjust to the pressure recommended by the
handpiece manufacturer. NOTE: The handpiece pressure
gauge on the front panel will be approximately 3 PSI higher
than a gauge installed at the end of the line, between the fitting and the handpiece. Toggle the coolant air toggle switch
located on the right side of the unit to the ON position.
Adjust the coolant air control valve (located next to the
coolant air toggle switch - Fig. 3) and feel for air coming out
of the handpiece. The water toggle switch located on the
Foot Control activates the water through the control module.
Toggle the water to ON (Fig. Figure 10
WATER
10) and adjust the handpiece WATER
ON
OFF
water coolant valve, marked
"HP1" on the right side of
the unit (Fig. 3), for proper
spray. Ensure that the light
in the handpiece turns on
when the Foot Control is
depressed and turns off
approximately 10 seconds after the Foot Control is released.
Place the #1 handpiece back into its holder and remove the
second high-speed handpiece from its holder. Repeat the
previous procedures for this second handpiece, but adjust the
second black knob from the right on the control block (Fig.
9) for proper pressure and adjust the "HP2" handpiece
coolant valve (Fig. 3). When set up properly, replace the second high-speed handpiece into its holder.
Curing Light:
Remove the Curing Light from its holder (Fig. 8). Toggle the
water valve on the Foot Control to the OFF position.
Activate the foot pedal and adjust the instrument pressure to
20 PSI with the fourth black knob from the right on the control block (Fig. 9). Replace the curing light into its holder.
IMPORTANT: Avoid looking directly into the curing light.
Ensure that darkened eyeware is worn prior to activating the
foot pedal.
Scaler:
Remove the Scaler from its holder (Fig. 8). Toggle the water
switch on the Foot Control to the ON position. Depress the
foot pedal and adjust the left (5th from the right) black knob
on the control block to approximately 20 PSI. Adjust the
water valve "HP4" located on the right side of the unit until
the Scaler flow is no less than 20 ml/min at the tip. Check the
intensity of the Scaler by turning the ultrasonic intensity
adjustment knob located on the upper left side of the front
cover. Replace the Scaler into its holder.
Electric Handpiece (1):
Remove the Electric handpiece from its holder (Fig. 8).
Depress the Foot Control pedal and adjust the middle black
knob on the control block (Fig. 9) to read 30 to 45 PSI max.
on the gauge. Adjust the "HP3" water valve on the right side
of the unit (Fig. 3) to control water flow to the electric handpiece. Return the electric handpiece to its holder.
Handpiece Flush Toggle:
To check the handpiece flush toggle switch, which is located
on the right-hand side of the unit (Fig. 3), remove a highspeed handpiece and toggle the switch to the ON position.
Ensure that water flows through the line.
Waste System:
To check the waste pump, use the HVE instrument to vacuum a liter of water to the
Figure 11
waste container. Place the
HVE back into its holder.
Connect the waste hose A to
the waste discharge B on the D
back of the unit by inserting
B
the waste hose elbow until it
locks into place (Fig. 11).
Switch on the waste purge
C
pump C to empty the waste
system. While emptying,
check that the blue control
A
valve located in the waste
compartment (Fig. 12) works
properly by manually turning Figure 12
the valve clockwise to
Waste Flow
decrease flow of the liquid
Adjustment Valve
and counterclockwise to
increase flow. Ensure that the
waste tank empties, then
switch off the waste purge
pump. To disconnect the
waste hose, depress the button D on top of the waster
discharge to release the waste
hose (Fig. 11). NOTE: The
waste hose must be connected to the waste discharge to enable pump switch operation.
Electrical System:
The power outlet receptacles and applied parts are controlled
by an isolation transformer tied to the 1-Amp circuit breakers. If the rear receptacles, scaler, curing light, or electrical
motor fail to operate, check these 1-Amp breakers. After the
voltage selector switch is set to the proper power input, system voltage is controlled internally in the unit with a stepdown/up transformer. This circuit is protected by 20-Amp circuit breakers for 110V and 10-Amp for 220V.
Cleaning and Lubrication
When servicing the AMC-20CF Mobile Dental System, the
parts of any component disassembled should be thoroughly
cleaned and inspected before reassembly. A hot detergent
solution is an effective cleaner on all non-electrical parts.
Flush all non-electrical parts with clear, hot water. Abrasive
cleaners have the potential to damage surface finishes and
should be avoided. Any wiping should be done with a soft lintfree cloth.
Electrical parts should be cleaned with an appropriate electrical parts cleaner or air.
Use a silicone base lubricating grease, such as Parker Super
O-Lube, PN 490006, to lubricate O-rings and seals in the system. Before performing any reassembly of parts that contain
O-rings or seals, apply a light coat of silicone grease. This will
make installation easier and prevent the O-rings or seals from
being damaged.
WATER LINES - Disinfect the water lines weekly. Prepare
a 1:10 bleach solution (1 part household bleach to 10 parts
water). Purge all water lines (see page 48, Purging Water From
the System). Fill water bottles with bleach solution. Run
bleach solution through all lines. Allow bleach solution to
stand in lines for 10 minutes but no longer: Immediately
remove water bottles and discard the bleach, then flush water
bottles and all lines thoroughly with clean water. Purge all
water lines with air and leave dry until next clinical use.
CAUTION:
Do not run saline solutions through the water system -- saline will corrode the water filters.
Adhesives
Refer to included Schematic Drawing Set, PN 420872, for
proper identification and application of all adhesives. Part
numbers for adhesives are also listed at the end of the Final
Assembly Parts List on page34, as Not Shown (NS) items.
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DISASSEMBLY
NOTE: Most of the plumbing for the AMC-20CF System is
accessible by lifting the top lid and latching it in the upright
position. The power supplies, compressor, waste pump and
miscellaneous items are accessible by removing the front and
side panels. Power inlets and most of the power outlets are
accessible by removing the two panels in the rear of the unit.
looping the instrument hosing through the bulkhead access
opening, swing the right edge of the panel away from the
chassis approximately 90°. This will open up the front of the
chassis, providing adequate working access to the front of the
unit.
FRONT & SIDE PANELS REMOVAL
The auto transformer (PN 800117) is the larger of the two
transformers on the front of the chassis base (Fig. 16).
Disconnect the three wires running to the three terminal
blocks located on the left side of the middle shelf. Remove
the four mounting screws (PN 510477) and lock washers (PN
510508) on the transformer with a 5/32" Allen wrench.
Remove accessory tray, arm, and post from the top lid. Lift
the top lid and lock it open (Fig. 13). Remove the single
screws (PN 510477) located on the bottoms of the left-hand
and right-hand side Figure 13
panels with a 3/32"
Allen wrench. Remove
the four bolts (PN:
510693) attaching the
large blue handles (PN
330540) to each side
panel with a 3/16 Allen
wrench. Remove both
handles. Remove the
water bottles (PN
730631-01) and their
tops from the right-side
panel
(Fig.
14).
Remove both side
panel assemblies.
Swing the instrument
arms away from the front panel. Remove the four screws (PN
510404) from the top
Figure 14
Water
and sides of the front
Bottle
Caps
panel, and the two
(2)
screws (PN 510506)
Water
from the bottom front
Bottles
(Fig. 15) of the panel
(2)
with a 3/32" Allen
wrench. Carefully pull
Handle Mounting Bolts (8)
the front panel straight
out approximately 1". Reach behind the panel and disconnect
the 4-pin white connector from the electric motor display
assembly and then continue to pull the panel out until fully
detached. The front panel can be removed, if necessary, by
running all of the tubing through the manifold access slot, but
typically this isn't nec- Figure 15
essary to gain access
inside the front of the
unit. Alternatively, the
front panel can be pivoted out of the way, to
the left side of the unit,
without detaching any
additional wiring or
Front Panel
tubing: while carefully
Bottom Mounting Screws (2)
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AUTO TRANSFORMER
Reassemble the transformer in the reverse order. Refer to
electrical schematic for proper termination.
Figure 16
Auto Transformer
Isolation Transformer
ISOLATION TRANSFORMER
The isolation transformer (PN 800118) is the smaller of the
two transformers on the chassis base (Fig. 16). Disconnect
the wires going to the transformer, at the transformer.
Remove the four mounting screws (PN 510312) and lock
washers (PN 510421) on the transformer with a 1/8" Allen
wrench.
Reassemble the transformer in the reverse order. Refer to
electrical schematic for proper termination.
VACUUM VALVE
The vacuum valve is located on the chassis base, between the
isolation transformer and the compressor (Fig. 17). Remove
the gray tubing (PN 730373) and the clear tube (PN AA-94C)
from the valve, at the
Figure 17
Clear Tube
valve.
Remove
the
mounting screw (PN
510506) from the under- Vacuum Valve
side of the base with a
3/32" Allen wrench. (The
screw is located near the
center of the base, just
forward of the front
motor mounts.)
Reassemble the vacuum valve in the reverse order. Take care
not to kink the vacuum lines. If a vacuum line is kinked,
replace it to prevent later collapse of the line.
VACUUM VALVE REPAIR
The vacuum valve (Fig. 17) can be repaired by removing the
four screws (PN 510036) on the top with a 5/64" Allen
wrench, and replacing the three inner O-rings (PN 520078).
Reassemble the valve in reverse order. Lightly apply some Oring grease to the O-rings when reassembling.
THREE-WAY SOLENOID
The three-way solenoid (PN 730591) is located under the
right side of the middle Figure 18
shelf, directly behind the
air tank (Fig. 18). Follow
Solenoid
the black wire from the
solenoid to the terminal
block on the middle shelf
that terminates all the
black wires (Fig. 19).
Disconnect the black wire
from this block. Follow the Figure 19
other black wire to the
Terminal
Block
waste relay (PN 800116) on
the middle shelf, located to
the left of the air tank.
Disconnect this wire from
the waste relay. Remove
the two tubes (PN 730130)
to the solenoid with a 7/16" open-end wrench. Remove the
two mounting screws (PN 510506) with a 3/32" Allen wrench.
Pull the wires through the grommet in the middle shelf and
remove the solenoid valve.
If replacing the solenoid, remove the fittings from the old
valve and mount onto the new solenoid. Attach the new solenoid to the middle shelf and run the wires through the grommet. Cut and trim one black wire to the waste relay and
attach to the relay with a female terminal (PN 860240).
Attach the other black wire to the terminal block with a ring
terminal (PN 860004).
RELIEF VALVE
The relief valve is
Figure 20
attached to the bottom of the middle
shelf, on the left
front side, directly
above the auto
transformer (Fig.
20). Remove the
sleeve clamp (PN
730015) and tube
(PN AA-94C) at the
Relief Valve
bottom of the valve with needle-nose pliers. Remove the tube
(PN 730130) on the side with a 7/16" open-end wrench.
Remove the mounting screw (PN 510506) from the top of the
middle shelf with a 3/32" Allen wrench. Note that the valve
can be repaired using the same procedure as previously
described for the vacuum valve.
Reassemble the relief valve in the reverse order.
AIR TANK CHECK VALVE
The air tank check valve
Figure 21
(PN 730257) is the large fitting with a tee located on
Check
the side of the tank near the
Valve
bottom (Fig. 21). Remove
the two tubes (PN 730130)
to the tee (PN 730119) with
a 7/16" open-end wrench.
Remove the large tube (PN
730256) from the compressor with a 13/16" open-end
wrench. Remove the tee from the check valve with a 11/32"
open-end wrench. Remove the check valve with a 7/8-inch
open-end wrench.
Replace components in the reverse order. Ensure that the
large tube from the compressor still has the internal sleeve
clamp (PN 730261) attached to the inside-diameter of the
tube.
PRESSURE SWITCH
The pressure switch Figure 22
(PN 830133) is the
large black box located
on the side of the air
Pressure
tank, near the top (Fig.
Switch
22). Disconnect the
green/yellow ground
cable from the upper
fan cover (PN 461864)
Terminal
with a 11/32" open-end
Block
wrench. Disconnect the
three white wires going
Relays
to the waste relay and
vacuum
relay.
Disconnect the black wire going to the terminal block located on the front side of the upper fan cover with a #2 Phillips
screwdriver. Follow the remaining white wire to the neutral
terminal block (the block that terminates the white wires)
located on the left side of the middle shelf and remove with
a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Remove the pressure switch from
the brass nipple (PN 730233) with a 9/16" open-end wrench
on the nipple and a ¾" open-end wrench on the switch if the
switch is a Furnas brand. If the switch is a LeFoo brand, use
a 22mm wrench on the switch. Loosen the mounting screw on
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
the pressure switch cover with a Phillips screwdriver and
remove cover. Remove the wires from the switch with a #2
Phillips screwdriver and place on the new switch per the electrical schematic. Leaving the cover off, install the new switch
onto the tank and reconnect the wire per the electrical
schematic. Open the top lid on the unit, raise the knob on the
pressure regulator (PN 730598), and then rotate the knob
clockwise to full open. This will allow the user to observe the
system pressure gauge on the top shelf while setting the pressure. Power up the unit. CAUTION: The terminal blocks and
connecting wires are live when the unit is powered up. Refer
to the label inside the pressure switch cover to adjust the cutout and cut-in pressure screws. Adjust the cut-out pressure to
110 PSI and cut-in to approximately 80/90 PSI. Readjust the
pressure regulator back to approximately 80 PSI. Reattach
the pressure switch cover. There is also a tank-pressure port
available just below the pressure switch where a gauge can be
installed and used to observe the system pressure: Remove
the port plug (PN 730098) with a ¼" Allen wrench and install
a ¼ NPT pressure gauge of appropriate range. Turn the unit
off and remove the power cord.
AIR TANK
Remove the drain line (PN AAFigure 23
95G) from the bottom of the
tank (Fig. 23) with a 7/16" openend wrench. Remove the two
lines going to the tee on the
check valve (Fig. 24) with a 7/16"
open-end wrench. Remove the
Tank Drain
large tube from the check valve
Line
with a 13/16" open-end wrench.
Figure 24
Remove the tube next to the
Tee
pressure switch with a 7/16"
open-end wrench (Fig. 25).
Follow the wires from the pressure switch to the waste and vacuum relays and remove. Follow
the black wire from the pressure
switch to the terminal block and Check Valve
remove with a #2 Phillips screw- Figure 25
Tube
driver. Follow the long white
wire to the neutral terminal
block and remove with a #2
Phillips screwdriver. Loosen the
caster under the tank with two
¾" wrenches until the nut is held
onto the caster with minimal Relays
threading. Open the top lid on
the unit and lock in the raised
position. Swing the instrument arms to the left side of the
unit. Remove the two screws (PN 510404) attaching the righthand vertical angle (PN 461665) with a 3/32" Allen wrench.
Undo the three clamps (PN 510514) around the tank with a
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5/16" socket or a standard screwdriver. Use a 5/32" Allen
wrench to remove the two screws (PN 510477) on both sides
of the angle that attach the upright bracket (PN 461665) to
the chassis. Lift slightly on the top shelf to tilt the upright
away from the unit. Remove the tank. Remove all of the components from the old tank and replace onto the new tank. For
tools required, see instructions for the tank components.
Reassemble the air tank in the reverse order
RIGHT VENTURI ASSEMBLY
Remove the two mounting
Figure 26
screws (PN 510404) from
under the chassis with a 3/32"
Allen wrench. Remove the vac- Venturi
Muffler
uum tube (PN 730373) from
the vacuum valve assembly
(Fig. 26). Remove the pressure
line (PN 730130) to the venturi Right
Venturi
(PN 461851) with a 7/16" openend wrench. To remove the Vacuum
venturi from the bracket (PN Tube
461897), remove the two Pressure
Line
screws (PN 510309) from the
bracket with a 3/32-inch Allen wrench. If the venturi is
plugged, it is possible to repair it by removing the elbow fitting (PN 730351) from the venturi nozzle (PN 461852) with a
7/16" open-end wrench on the nozzle and a 9/16" open-end
wrench on the elbow fitting. Then remove the nozzle from the
venturi body with a 7/16" wrench for the nozzle and a ¾"
wrench for the body. Then clean out the orifice in the nozzle
using a drill with a 0.048" diameter bit. Ensure that the orifice
is clear with no chips or burs, which will affect performance.
Reassemble the right venturi assembly in the reverse order.
LEFT VENTURI ASSEMBLY
Remove the vacuum tube (PN
Figure 27
730373) coming from the ‘Y’
fitting on the vacuum tube
Muffler
assembly (Fig. 27). Remove
the pressure line (PN 730130)
with a 7/16" open-end wrench.
Pressure
Line
Using a pair of needle nose pliers, remove the sleeve clamp
Vacuum
(PN 730015) and clear tube
Tube
(PN AA-94C) coming from the
Clear
Tube
relief valve assembly. Remove
the two screws (PN 510309) holding the venturi body (PN
461851) to the bracket (PN 461869) with a 3/32" Allen
wrench. To repair the venturi, remove the barb fitting (PN
730062) and gasket (PN 730074) from the elbow fitting (PN
730351-01) with a ¼" wrench. Then, follow the same procedure shown above for the right venturi to remove the elbow
and nozzle, and to clean out the orifice in the nozzle.
Reassemble the left venturi assembly in the reverse order.
VENTURI MUFFLER
Grasp the venturi assembly and unscrew muffler (PN
330564) from venturi body, either by hand or with a pair of
channel locks.
Replace by screwing muffler on, hand tight.
COMPRESSOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY
On the pressure end of Figure 28
the motor (Fig.28), disconnect the two large
black
tubes
(PN
730256) by pressing on
the locking ring on
each
fitting
(PN
Locking Ring
730638) and pulling
out the tubes. Note
that the pressure end
of the compressor is
Motor Pressure End
the end with the power
cable connection. On Figure 29
the vacuum end (Fig.
29), disconnect the
Vacuum Tube Assy
large black tube (PN
730256) going to the
large
fitting
(PN
730638) on the vacuum
tube assembly by pushing on the ring and
Motor Vacuum End
pulling on the tube. At
the vacuum end, disconnect the small tube
(PN 730130) at the
Mounting Plate
smaller fitting (PN
730638) with a 7/16"
open-end
wrench.
Disconnect the motor green/yellow ground wire on the lower
front vertical (by the large transformer) with an 11/32"
wrench. Follow the white wire from the motor to the waste
relay and disconnect terminal from relay. Follow the black
wire to the 110 VAC terminal block (the block that terminates all the black wires - Fig. 19) on the middle shelf and disconnect the ring terminal with a #2 screwdriver. Cut all the
cable ties that secure the motor wires and then gather all the
motor wires with the compressor on the bottom shelf.
Remove the four bolts (PN 510704) and washers (PN
510508) at the ends of the compressor mounting plate with a
7/16" wrench. Remove the motor, with mounting plates, from
the chassis.
Allen wrench Figure 30
Plugs
and attach the
plugs to the new
compressor (Fig.
Pressure
Vacuum
30). Remove the
End
End
two large fittings
(PN 730360) on
the pressure end Figure 31
Upper & Bottom
Plate
head of the old
Subassembly
compressor with
a 5/8" open-end
wrench
and
attach to the
Subassembly
new compressor
Mounting
Screws (4)
with the same
orientation. Note that the pressure end of the compressor is
the end with the power cable connection. Remove the large fitting from the vacuum end with a 5/8" open-end wrench and the
small fitting (PN 730638) with a ½" open-end wrench, and
place both fittings on the new compressor with the same orientation. To remove the upper & bottom plate subassembly
(Fig. 31), turn the compressor over onto its heads and remove
the four screws (PN 510503) with a 3/32" Allen wrench.
MOTOR MOUNTS
Remove the comFigure 32
pressor as described
Motor
previously. Remove
Mounting Plate
the
screws
(PN
510702) that attach
Mounts
the plate (PN 461898)
(Pads underneath)
to the mounts with a
3/16" Allen wrench (Fig. 32). Remove the screws (PN
510352), washers (PN 510107), and nuts (PN 510126) that
attach the mounts (PN 730314) and pads (PN 461929) to the
chassis base with two ½" wrenches.
Replace motor mounts in the reverse order.
COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT
On the old compressor (PN 720024-01), remove the four plugs
(PN 730637) on the inboard ports of the two heads with a 5/16"
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
ISOLATED HIGH-VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK
This terminal block Figure 33
2-Pos Jumper
(PN 860256) is located
3-Pos Jumper
on the lower right side
of the chassis base,
under the pressure
end of the compressor
(Fig. 33). Remove all
the wires going to the
terminal block with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Remove the
two mounting nuts (PN 510395) with a 5/16" open-end
wrench, then remove block and insulator (PN 461971). Note
positions of the 3-position and 2-position jumpers (PNs
860253 & 860254 respectively), then remove jumpers from
the old terminal block and attach to the new block.
Reassemble the terminal block in the reverse order, referring
to the electrical schematic for proper installation.
WASTE PUMP
Remove the green/yellow ground wire from the pump (PN
730271) with a ¼" Figure 34
Waste Pump
wrench (Fig. 34). On
the back side of the
cart, remove the eight
screws (PN 510160)
that attach the power
outlet assembly with a GND Wire
5/64" Allen wrench.
Follow the white (PN
870031) and black (PN Figure 35
870026) wires from the
pump to the white Rocker
rocker switch (PN Switch
830108) on the power
outlet assembly (Fig.
35). On the black wire,
there is a large section
covered by heat shrink Figure 36
that encloses a wire conWire
nector (Fig. 36). Peel this Connector
(Under
heat shrink back, on the
Heatshrink)
pump side of the connector, and discon-nect the
female terminal. Follow
the other white wire to
the rocker switch and remove the terminal at that location.
Cut the cable ties that secure the tubing to the pump ends
and remove both clear tubes (PN 730288) from the pump.
Leave the reducers (PN 730627) attached to the tubes.
Remove the four mounting screws (PN 510404) from the
pump with a 3/32" Allen wrench. Carefully feed the pump
wires through the grommet in the middle shelf and remove
the pump.
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Reassemble the waste pump in the reverse order, referring to
the electrical schematic for the proper installation.
COOLING FAN TERMINAL BLOCK
The cooling fan terminal block (PN 860255) is located on the
vertical wall of the pump support bracket (PN 461864) (Fig.
37). Remove the wires Figure 37
going to the terminal block
with a #2 Phillips screwJumper
driver. Note position of
jumper (PN 860254) and
remove
from
block.
Remove the terminal
block and insulator (PN
461973) with a 5/64" Allen
wrench. Attach jumper to
the new block.
Reassemble in the reverse order, referring to the electrical
schematic for proper installation.
INNER COOLING FAN
The inner cooling fan (PN 540012) is located on the middle
shelf (Fig. 38). Follow the white and black wires from the fan
to the terminal blocks on Figure 38
the left side of the shelf
and remove from block
Fan
with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Remove the four
screws (PN 510160) holding the fan with a 5/64" Terminal
Block
Allen wrench. Remove
fan.
Reassemble fan in the reverse order with the air flow indicator on the fan pointing downward. Refer to the electrical
schematic for proper installation.
WASTE PUMP CONTROL VALVE
This pump control valve Figure 39
(PN 730609) is located on
the inboard wall of the
waste container shield (PN
461742), above the inner
cooling fan (Fig. 39). Locking Ring
Remove the two tubes (PN 730312) going to the valve by
pushing in on the white rings and pulling the tubes out of the
valve. Remove the two retaining clamps (PN 510686) with an
11/32" wrench.
Replace control valve in the reverse order.
WASTE SENSOR CONNECTOR
The waste sensor connecFigure 40
tor (PN 860080) is located
on the inboard side of the
waste shield (Fig. 40),
above the large vacuum
Sensor
tube (PN 730608). Follow
Nut
the two wires (PNs 870026
& 870031) going to the Figure 41 Terminal Block
terminal
block
(PN
860241) under the upper
Sensor
Wires
shelf (Fig. 41) and remove
wires with a #2 Phillips
screwdriver. Remove the
nut on the inboard side of
the connector with a 9/16" wrench and then pull the connector out through the outboard side of the waste shield, from
the waste compartment.
Reassemble the waste sensor connector in the reverse order.
Refer to electrical schematic for proper installation.
AEU-5000 POWER BOARD
The AEU-5000 power Figure 42
PCB board (PN 330565C) is located on the left
inboard side of the waste
shield
(Fig.
42).
Disconnect the cables
Tube & Clamp
going to the board.
Remove the sleeve clamp
(PN 461607) and tube (PN
730227) going to the
board with a pair of needle-nose pliers. Remove
the board mounting screw
with a #2 Phillips screwdriver.
Power
Supply
Reassemble power supply in the reverse order.
AEU-5000 POWER CORD
Cut the cable tie at Figure 43
the power supply as
described
above
and remove the
Terminal
power cord plug
Blocks
Power
(Fig. 43). Follow
Cord
the black and white
wires from the
power cord to their
respective terminal
blocks on the midGND Wire
dle
shelf
and
remove wires with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Follow the solidgreen ground wire down to the ground stud on the chassis'
front left vertical and remove wire with an 11/32" wrench.
Pull the ground wire up through the grommet on the middle
shelf and remove power cord.
Reassemble the power cord in the reverse order, referring to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
VACUUM RELAY
Mtg.
Screw
3-Pin
Conn.
Reassemble power board
in the reverse order, referring to electrical and
plumbing schematics for proper installation. IMPORTANT:
The AEU-5000 power PCB board is not a user-serviceable
component of the AMC-20CF system and should be
returned to Aseptico if repairs are necessary.
AEU-5000 POWER SUPPLY
power supply and remove the supply from its Velcro pad.
Remove the two cable tie pieces from their cable-tie holders
and replace with new ties.
The AEU-5000 power supply (PN 330570) is located directly above the AEU-5000 power board (Fig. 42). Disconnect
the three-pin connector with the red and black wire at the
power board. Cut the cable tie going to the other tie that
wraps around the power cord and remove the power cord
from the supply. Cut the remaining cable ties around the
The vacuum relay (PN 800116) is the relay on the middle
shelf that has four wires connecting to it and is closest to the
air tank (Fig. 44). Remove Figure 44
the female wire connectors
Vacuum
to the relay. Remove one
Relay
of the mounting screws Waste
(PN 510404) with a 3/32" Relay
Allen wrench and only
loosen the other. Slide the
relay from under the loose
screw and remove relay.
Reassemble the vacuum relay in the reverse order. Refer to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
WASTE RELAY
The waste relay (PN 800116) is next to the vacuum relay on
the middle shelf and has six wires connecting to it (Fig. 44).
Remove the female wire connectors from the relay. Remove
one of the screws (PN 510404) with a 3/32" Allen wrench and
loosen the other screw. Slide the relay from under the loose
screw and remove relay.
Reassemble the waste relay in the reverse order. Refer to the
electrical schematic for proper installation.
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
110V TERMINAL BLOCK
The 110V terminal block
Figure 45
(PN 860241) is the fiveposition block with the 110V
Block
black wires located on the
left side of the middle shelf
(Fig. 45). Disconnect all
wires and the 5-position
jumper (PN 860245) with a
#2 Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the two mounting screws (PN 510720) with a 5/64"
Allen wrench and remove block.
Reassemble the terminal block in the reverse order. Refer to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
NEUTRAL TERMINAL BLOCK
The neutral terminal block Figure 46
Neutral Block
(PN 860241) is the fiveposition block with the
white and blue wires located on the left side of the
middle shelf (Fig. 46).
Disconnect all wires and
the 5-position jumper (PN
5-Pos Jumper
860245) with a #2 Phillips
screwdriver. Remove the two mounting screws (PN 510720)
with a 5/64" Allen wrench and remove block.
Reassemble the terminal block in the reverse order. Refer to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
220V TERMINAL BLOCK
The 220V terminal block Figure 47
220V
Block
(PN 860255) is the twoposition block on the left
side of the middle shelf
with the brown and red
wires (Fig. 47). Disconnect
all wires and the 2-position
jumper (PN 860254) with a
2-Pos Jumper
#2 Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the two mounting screws (PN 510720) with a 5/64inch Allen wrench and remove block.
Reassemble the terminal block in the reverse order. Refer to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
24V ISOLATION TERMINAL BLOCK
The 24V isolation terminal Figure 48
block (PN 860243) is the
24V
six-position block located Block
at the center front of the
middle shelf (Fig. 48).
Remove all wires and the
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Jumpers
two 3-position jumpers (PN 860253) with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Remove the two mounting screws (PN 510720) with a
5/64" Allen wrench and remove block.
Reassemble the terminal block in the reverse order. Refer to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
AIR INPUT FILTER HOLDER
The air input filter holder Figure 49
(PN 461909) is located
behind the louvered cover
Louvered
(PN 461784) on the botCover
tom of the rear panel (Fig.
49). Remove the four captive screws (PN 510715),
retainers (PN 510714), and Figure 50
Primary
the louvered cover (PN
Housing Filters
461784) from the rear Secondary
(3)
Filter
panel assembly. Unscrew
the three small primary filters (PN 730571) from the
holder
housing
(PN
461909) (Fig. 50). Remove
the two Phillips head Housing Cover
screws (PN 510191) from the cover (PN 461910) to access the
inner secondary filter (PN 730382).
Reassemble the filter holder in the reverse order.
POWER INPUT CONNECTOR
The power input connector Figure 51
(PN 840100) is located on
the power inlet assembly
plate, on the right side of
the rear panel (Fig. 51).
Power
Remove the six screws (PN
Input
510160)
holding
the Connector
assembly plate with a 5/64"
Allen wrench. Pull the Figure 52
assembly plate away from
the rear panel and remove
the three female wire terminals that connect the
black,
white,
and
Power
green/yellow wires to the
Input
inlet (Fig. 52). Remove Connector
retaining clip (PN 860269-01) and mounting hardware.
Remove the two mounting screws (PN 510016) with a 1/16"
Allen wrench, and then remove connector.
Reassemble the power input connector in the reverse order,
referring to the electrical schematic for proper installation.
VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH
The voltage selector switch (PN 830136) is located on the
power inlet assembly plate, Figure 53
above the power input connector (Fig 53). Remove
the six screws (PN 510160)
holding the assembly plate Clear
Label
Plastic
with a 5/64" Allen wrench. Shield
Pull the assembly plate
away from the rear panel
and remove all six female
Figure 54
wire terminals at the switch
Retaining Bracket
(Fig. 54). Remove the two
nuts (PN 510394) holding
the retaining bracket (PN
461772) with a ¼" openend wrench. Remove the
switch from the bracket by
depressing the retaining Voltage Selector Switch
clips on the switch. Remove the clear plastic voltage selector
shield (PN 461773).
When reassembling the voltage switch, ensure that the label
(PN 420615-08) is mounted onto the switch. Then, place the
switch into the bracket with the 110V indicator towards the
top of the bracket, which is the side with the hole, rather than
the slot. Mount the bracket on the assembly plate with the
hole and the 110V indicator towards the top of the plate.
Wire the switch per the electrical schematic. With power disconnected, place the switch into the 110V position and check
the continuity of the wires, then place the switch into the
220V position and check the continuity again. Reassemble
the plate.
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
The circuit breakers are located on the power inlet assembly
plate, above the voltage Figure 55
selector switch (Fig. 55).
Remove the six screws (PN
510160) holding the assembly plate with a 5/64" Allen
wrench. Pull the assembly
plate away from the rear
panel assembly. Remove
the two female wire termiFigure 56
Retaining
nals at each breaker that is
Rings
being replaced. Note that
the 10-amp circuit breakers (PN 830123) and 20amp breakers (PN 830122)
are attached with retaining
rings, whereas the 1-amp
breakers (PN 830138) are
not. Remove the retaining ring if a 10-amp or 20-amp break-
er is being replaced. Depress the retaining clips on the
inboard side of the circuit breaker and push the breaker out
through the front of the plate.
Reassemble the circuit breakers in the reverse order.
AIR TANK RELEASE VALVE
The air tank release valve (PN 730010) is the toggle valve
located on the bottom of the power outlet assembly plate, on
the rear panel (Fig. 57). Remove the eight screws (PN
510160) holding the power outlet assembly plate with a 5/64"
Allen wrench. Pull the assembly plate away from the rear
panel. Remove the sleeve clamps (PN 730095) and tubing
(PN AA-95G) from their Figure 57
fittings. Use two 9/16"
open-end wrenches to
Waste
remove the toggle valve
Quick Disconnect
from the assembly plate.
To reassemble the release
valve, remove the fittings
from the old valve with a
Tank Release Valve
¼" open-end wrench and
Release
attach to the new valve. Figure 58
Button
Take care not to overtighten the plastic fittings.
Remove the outboard nut
from the toggle valve and
turn the other nut inward
until it is close to the body
of the valve. Insert the
Quick
valve through the plate Tank Release Valve Disconnect
from the inboard side with the lock washer resting against the
back side of the plate. Reattach the front nut onto the valve
from the front side of the plate and run it up the threads until
just slightly beyond the end of the valve. Use a thin 9/16"
open-end wrench to turn the nut snugly against the back side
of the plate while holding the valve body with a 9/16-inch
wrench. Ensure that the toggle is set in a horizontal working
position.
WASTE OUTLET QUICK DISCONNECT FITTING
The waste outlet quick disconnect (PN 730352) is located
directly above the air tank release valve on the rear power
outlet assembly plate (Fig 57). Remove the eight screws (PN
510160) holding the power outlet assembly plate with a 5/64"
Allen wrench. Pull the assembly plate away from the rear
panel. Remove the tube (PN 730312) from the rear of the fitting, then remove the quick-disconnect with a 13/16" wrench.
Reassemble the quick disconnect in the reverse order with
the release button positioned on the top side. Ensure that the
notch on the gasket and quick-disconnect are in alignment
with the notch in the power outlet assembly plate.
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
WASTE PUMP POWER SWITCH
The waste pump power switch (PN 830108) is the white rocker switch located next to the waste quick-disconnect fitting on
the power outlet assembly plate (Fig. Figure 59
59). Remove the eight screws (PN
510160) ) holding the power outlet
assembly plate with a 5/64" Allen
wrench and pull the power outlet
assembly plate away from the rear
panel. Remove the four female wire
terminals from the rear of Figure 60
the switch (Fig. 60).
Depress the retaining tabs
on the inboard sides of the Retaining
Tab
switch and push the switch
out through the front of
the plate. Place the new
switch into the rectangular opening in the plate from the
front side of the assembly plate. Ensure that the Off side of
the switch (marked with a dot outside the circle) is properly
oriented with the PUMP OFF nomenclature on the plate.
Reassemble the pump power switch in the reverse order and
refer to the electrical schematic for proper installation.
220 VOLT ACCESSORY OUTLETS
The 220 volt outlets (PN 840106) are the two European style
outlets located in the center of the power outlet assembly
plate (Fig. 61). Remove the eight Figure 61
screws (PN 510106) holding the
power outlet assembly plate with a
5/64" Allen wrench and pull the
assembly away from the rear
panel. The outlets are comprised
of two parts (Fig. 62): To remove
the rear part, unscrew the center
screw from the front side with a
#1 Phillips screwdriver and pull Center Mtg.
Screw
the back part out of the socket
from the rear. Remove the wiring
(PN 870309) to the rear part of Figure 62
the outlet with a #2 Phillips
Back
screwdriver. Use a 1/16" Allen Part
wrench to remove the front part of
the outlet.
Front
Reassemble the outlets in the
reverse order, referring to the
electrical schematic for the proper
installation.
110V ACCESSORY OUTLET
Part
The 110V accessory outlet (PN 840105) is located in the rear
of the unit, on the power outlet assembly (Fig. 63). Remove
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the eight screws (PN 510106) Figure 63
holding the power outlet assembly
plate with a 5/64" Allen wrench
and pull the assembly away from
the rear panel. Remove the front
cover (PN 850071) to the outlet
with a standard flat-head screwdriver. Remove the two screws
(PN 510160) holding the outlet
with a 5/64" Allen wrench. Locate
the two wire retaining screws (Fig.
64) and loosen with a #2 Phillips Figure 64
screwdriver until the two wires
(PN 870308) can be removed.
Remove the green ground screw
with a #2 Phillips screwdriver or a Ground
Screw
5/16" wrench.
Reassemble the outlet in the
reverse order. Refer to the electrical schematic for proper installation.
REAR COOLING FAN
The rear cooling fan (PN 540012) is located in the rear panel
assembly, below the waste compartment door (Fig. 65).
Remove the four screws (PN 510691) holding the rear panel
with a #2 Phillips Figure 65
screwdriver. Tilt the
power input side of
the rear panel outRear
ward to access the
Panel
wires going to the circuit breakers. At the circuit Figure 66
Noise
breakers, disconnect only
Baffle
the eight female connectors
Fan
Assy
Wires
from the eight wires coming
from within the unit (it is
not necessary to remove the
four wires coming from the
voltage selector). Swing the rear panel out farther to access
the white 2-position connector block (PN 860244) located on
the noise baffle assembly. At this connector, remove the two
wires from the fan. Remove the four locking nuts (PN
510411) and screws (PN 510506) from the fan with a 3/32"
Allen wrench and an 11/32" wrench. Remove the fan shield
(540009) and fan.
Reassemble the cooling fan in the reverse order with the air
flow indicator on the fan pointing toward the outside of the
unit.
WASTE COMPARTMENT LATCH
The waste compartment latch (PN 510678) is mounted onto
the waste compartment door, which is located on the upper
rear of the unit. Open Figure 67
Mtg.
Nut &
the door and remove
Washer
the large nut on the
rear of the latch with a
1-1/16"
open-end
wrench. Slip the large
Rear Door Latch
nut and lockwasher
off the end of the latch, then from the front side, carefully
remove the remaining latch mechanism through the hole in
the door.
Reassemble the latch in the reverse order.
WASTE TUBE HANGER
The waste tube hanger (PN 500326) is mounted onto the
waste compartment door, Figure 68
which is located on the
upper rear of the unit.
Remove the two screws
(PN 510160) with a 5/64"
Allen wrench and remove
hanger.
Reassemble the hanger in the reverse order.
WASTE COMPARTMENT DOOR
The waste compartment Figure 69
door (PN 461776) is located on the upper rear of the
unit. Open the door and
remove the four nuts (PN
510395) with a 5/16"
wrench. Remove the door
latch and waste tube hanger as described previously
and place onto the new
door.
Reassemble the door in the
reverse order.
WASTE COMPARTMENT DOOR HINGE
Open the waste compartFigure 70
ment door and remove the
three screws (PN 510404)
from the right side of door
with a 5/64" Allen wrench
Door
(Fig. 70). Remove hinge
Hinge
(PN 461791). If necessary,
remove other door compoHinge
Mtg.
nents as described previScrews
ously and reassemble in the
(3)
reverse order.
Door
Mtg.
Nuts
(4)
WASTE TANK SENSOR
Open the waste
Sensor Connector
Figure 71
compartment door
Vacuum Return Tube
in the rear of the
unit to access the
waste tank (Fig. 71).
Disconnect the sensor (PN 330555)
Saliva Ejector Tube
wire connector from
Waste Pump Tube
the
jack
(PN
Vacuum Tube
860080) located on
Bungee
Cord
the waste compartment wall. Disconnect and Figure 72
Sensor Gasket
remove the front bungee
cord. Disconnect the waste
pump tubing from the
small white quick disconnect by pressing on the Splash
metal
locking
ring. Shield
Disconnect the large highvacuum tube from the gray
Sensor
Assy
quick-disconnect
(PN
730354-08) by pressing on
the large plastic ring. Figure 73
Waste Pump
Quick
Disconnect the saliva ejec- Vacuum
Disconnect
tor tubing from the small Return
black quick discon-nect by Fitting
rotating the tube connector counterclock-wise and
pulling it out of the quickHigh
disconnect. Disconnect Vacuum
Saliva
Quick
the large vacuum-return
Tube
Connector
tube (PN 730608) by push- Disconnect
ing the ring on the large white nut then pulling the waste tank
assembly off the end of the tube adapter (PN 461872).
Remove the waste tank assembly from the unit. Remove the
lid from the waste container (PN 730229-06) (Fig. 72). Use a
¾" open-end wrench on the sensor spacer under the lid and a
27mm wrench to remove the nut (PN 840015) on top of the
lid. Carefully pull sensor assembly (PN 330555) through the
hole in lid, from the underside.
Reassemble the sensor in the reverse order, ensuring that the
gasket (PN 461011) is on the underside of the lid.
SALIVA TUBE CONNECTOR
The saliva tube connector (PN 730491) is the small black fitting in the top of the waste tank (Fig. 73). Remove with a ½"
box-end wrench.
Reassemble with some RTV on the threads and wipe clean.
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
WASTE PUMP QUICK DISCONNECT
The waste pump quick-disconnect (PN 730516) is the white
fitting with the metal locking ring (Fig. 73). Remove the nut
on the underside of the waste tank lid with a 13/16" wrench.
Pull the fitting out through the top of the lid. Remove the
waste tube (PN AA-86G) and gasket (PN 461011).
Reassemble the quick disconnect, gasket, and tube in the
reverse order.
HIGH VACUUM QUICK DISCONNECT
The high vacuum quick-disconnect (PN 730354-08) is the
large gray fitting with the plastic locking ring (Fig. 73).
Remove the nut on the underside of the waste tank lid by
hand or channel locks. Pull the fitting out through the top of
the lid. Remove the gasket.
Reassemble quick-disconnect with the gasket, aligning the
notch on the tank lid to the notches on the gasket and fitting.
VACUUM RETURN FITTING
The vacuum return fitting (PN 730599-01) is the large white
elbow fitting on the top of the tank lid (Fig. 73). Remove the
nut from the underside of lid. Remove the elbow and spacer
(PN 461819) from the lid. Remove excess RTV from the lid.
When reassembling the fitting, ensure that the spacer is
under the fitting then reapply some RTV to the threads on
the underside of the lid. Attach the nut and orientate the fitting approximately centered between the waste sensor and
the high vacuum fitting. Ensure that the top nut is not overtightened to allow for the inner ring to move.
SPLASH SHIELD
The splash shield (PN 461879) is on the underside of the
waste tank lid (Fig. 72). Remove the nut to the high-vacuum
fitting and pull the shield off.
Reassemble the shield in the reverse order, ensuring that the
high vacuum fitting and gasket are aligned with the notch on
the lid.
AEU-5000 ELECTRIC MOTOR RECEPTACLE
The electric motor receptacle (PN 330557) is on the upper
left side of the front panel, beneath the small protruding
housing (PN 461886) (Fig.
Figure 74
74). Remove the cart's
front, left, and right side
panels
as
previously
described. Follow the
wiring from the motor
receptacle to the 8-pin connector on the electric
motor power board and
remove the 8-pin connecPage 14
tor (Fig. 42). Cut the cable Figure 75
ties holding the receptacle
wire bundle to the other
wires. Remove the four
screws (PN 510650) holding the receptacle housing
to the front panel (Fig. 75)
with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Pull the housing Figure 76
from the front panel and
slide out the motor receptacle from the rear of the
housing. Remove the
sleeve clamps and tubing
going to the receptacle.
Pull the wire harness and Receptacle
connector through the hole in the front panel .
Housing
Dimple
Reassemble the motor receptacle in the reverse order, ensuring that the dimple marker on the receptacle is positioned
toward the front of the housing. Reattach the 8-pin connector to the electric motor power board and bundle the receptacle wiring with the other wires using a cable tie. Ensure that
the electric motor interface cable is attached to the electric
motor display board before attaching the front panel.
AEU-5000 ELECTRIC MOTOR DISPLAY PANEL
Remove the front panel from the unit as previously
described. Remove the four screws (PN 510650) from the
inboard side of the elec- Figure 77
tric motor display panel
(Fig. 77) with a #2
Phillips screwdriver and
remove panel subassembly.
IMPORTANT: The electric
motor display subassembly is not a user-serviceable component of the AMC20CF system and should be returned to Aseptico if repairs
are necessary.
SCALER ADJUSTMENT POTENTIOMETER
The scaler potentiometer (part of PN 730500) is located on
the front panel, between the electric motor receptacle and
the electric motor control panel. Loosen the small setscrew
on the side of the potentiometer Figure 78
knob with a 1/32" Allen wrench and
remove knob (Fig. 78). Remove the
front panel as previously described.
Remove the three wires going from
the potentiometer (Fig. 79) to the Setscrew
white 3-position connector (PN
860250) located on top of the
bulkhead. Remove the nut on the Figure 79
outboard side of the front panel with
a ½" socket. From the inboard side,
remove potentiometer through the
hole in the panel.
Reassemble the scaler poten-tiometer in the reverse order with the lock
washer positioned against the
inboard side of the front panel and Figure 80
the alignment pin on the potentiometer keyed into the hole in the
cover. At the white connector on the
bulkhead, color-match the three
potentiometer wires to the brown,
Bulkhead
red, and orange wires in the connector. Ensure that the electric motor
interface cable is attached to the electric motor display board
before attaching the front panel.
SCALER WAND
The scaler wand (part of PN 730500) is attached through the
bulkhead, behind the front panel. Remove the front cover as
previously described and pull cover forward to access the top
of the bulkhead. Remove the ground wire mounting screw
(PN 510404) from the side panel on the bulkhead (Fig. 81)
with a 3/32" Allen wrench. Remove the black and white scaler
wires going to Figure 81
Ground
Wire
the white 2Connector
position conBlock
nector block
(PN 860244)
Anchor
on the bulkLine
head. Cut the
cable
tie
Cable
around the
Tie
scaler cord, Hold-Down Screw
located just
above the grommet. Figure 82
Scaler Coolant Tube
Remove the scaler tube
anchor line from the
hold-down screw (PN
510435) with a 5/32"
Allen wrench. On the
upper shelf, disconnect
the clear tube going
from the scaler wand tube to the scaler coolant valve, at the
valve (the fourth valve from the right when viewed from the
inboard side - Fig. 82). From the bottom of the bulkhead,
remove the scaler wand cord down through the grommet.
Remove scaler wand.
Reassemble the scaler wand in the reverse order, adjusting
the length of the wand cord to hang suspended off the floor
and then trimming the excess cord sleeve clamp and/or water
line. Trim the ground wire to the proper length and crimp on
a #8 ring terminal. Wrap the cable tie around the scaler cord,
just above the bulkhead grommet. Ensure that the tie is not
over-tightened and does not restrict the flow of water. Attach
the yellow anchor line to the hold-down screw. Attach the
white and black wires from the wand to the matching colored
wires on the two-position terminal block. Check to ensure
that scaler water flow is appropriate before reattaching the
front panel.
PNEUMATIC HANDPIECE FIBER-OPTIC TUBING
The two sets of gray tubing (PN AA-19A-04T6) carrying the
fiber-optic wires for the two pneumatic handpiece adapters
are located on the bulkhead, behind the front panel. When
viewed from the front of the unit, the two tubing sets are
positioned under the right-hand side of the pedal/handpiece
manifold (Fig. 83). Figure 83
Cut the four cable
ld
ties holding the
Pedal/Handpiece Manifo
front tubing splices
to their fittings and
disconnect splices.
Remove the four
sleeve clamps (PN Curing
Light
730015) from the Tubing Pneumatic Handpiece Tubing
other four tubing
splices and disconnect the Figure 84
Fiber Optic
Wires
splices from their fittings.
At the 4-position white
connector (PN 860250)
located on the bottom side
of the manifold (Fig. 84),
remove the black and
white fiber-optic wires
from the connector.
To reassemble the pneumatic handpiece tubing, place the two
handpiece adapters in their holders on the left-hand arm
assembly and trim the supply hoses to their proper length so
they are suspended off the floor. Splice the ends of the two
tubes as before and attach the spliced ends to their appro-priate fittings on the pedal/handpiece manifold with cable ties
and/or sleeve clamps. Strip and tin the ends of the black and
white fiber-optic wires before reattaching them to the white
connector on the bottom side of the bulkhead. Refer to electrical schematic for proper installation.
CURING LIGHT TUBING
The curing light tubing (PN 730625) is located on the bulkhead, behind the front panel. When viewed from the front of
the unit, the tubing is the third tube from the right-hand side,
underneath the pedal/handpiece manifold (Fig. 83). Cut the
two cable ties holding the two tubing splices to their fittings
and remove the tube from the manifold.
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
Remove the black and white fiber optic wires from the white
connector (PN 860244) under the manifold (Fig. 85).
To reassemble the curing
light tube, place the tub- Figure 85
ing head in its instrument
Fiber
holder on the left-hand
Optic
arm assembly and trim the
Wires
tubing and wires so they
hang suspended off the
floor. Splice the end of the
tube as before and attach
the spliced ends to their respective fittings. Strip and tin the
end of the black and white fiber-optic wires before reattaching to the white connector. Refer to the electrical schematic
for the proper connections.
FOOT PEDAL AND TUBING
The tubing for the foot pedal (PN AA-43W) is attached to
the rear center of the bulkhead behind the front panel. When
viewed from the front of the unit, the tubing connects underneath the pedal/handpiece manifold, behind the handpiece
tubing and curing light tubing (Fig. 86). Remove the two
sleeve clamps (PN 730095) from the large tubes and the two
sleeve clamps (PN 730015) from the small tubes and disconnect the foot- Figure 86
pedal tubing
from the fittings on the
pedal/ handpiece manifold.
Remove foot
Foot Pedal Tubing
pedal.
Reassemble foot pedal and tubing in the reverse order.
SYRINGE AND SYRINGE TUBING
To replace the syringe (PN TA-90D), remove it from its holder and unscrew the bottom handle from the head assembly to
access the tubing connections (Fig. 87). Remove the two
sleeve clamps (PN 730015) and disconnect the tube (PN AA85G) from the head. The other end of the tube is attached to
the syringe block Figure 87
Tubing
under the right side
Sleeve Clamps
of the bulkhead (Fig.
(2)
88). Remove the two
Handle
sleeve clamps (PN
730015) from the
tube splices and
remove syringe.
To reassemble, cut approximately 66" of the syringe tubing
and attach to the syringe with sleeve clamps. Place the syringe
in its holder on the right-hand arm assembly and adjust the
length of the tubing so that it suspends off the floor. Splice
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the end of the tube Figure 88
as before and attach
Syringe
Block
to the syringe block
with two sleeve
clamps. Verify that
air comes out the
Syringe
Tubing
syringe when the air
button is depressed and that water sprays out when the water
button is depressed.
AUXILIARY WATER & AIR QUICK DISCONNECTS
The air and water quick disconnects (PN 730033) are located behind the front cover, on the far left and right ends,
respec-tively, of the bulkhead (Fig. 89). Remove the front
panel and pull toward the front to access the retaining nuts
to the quick disconnect fittings. Disconnect the tube (PN
AA-94B) to Figure 89
the water
Air
Water
Quick
fitting (PN
Quick
Disconnect
730011) and
Disconnect
the tube
(PN AA95G) to the
air fitting
(PN 730073). Remove the quick disconnects with two 9/16"
wrenches.
Reassemble the quick disconnects in the reverse order. When
reinstalling the front panel, ensure that the electrical connection to the display board and scaler potentiometer are still
intact.
HANDPIECE PRESSURE GAUGE
The handpiece pressure gauge (PN 730132) is located behind
the front panel on the right side, above the air tank (Fig. 90).
Remove the sleeve (PN 730015), tube (PN AA-94C), fitting
(PN 730062), and nylon gasket (PN 730074) going to the back
of the gauge. Remove the locknuts (PN 510394) holding the
gauge to the bracket (PN 461741) with a ¼" open-end
wrench.
Figure 90
Reassemble handpiece
pressure gauge in the
reverse order.
SYRINGE
FLOW
ADJUSTMENT BLOCK
Bracket
Gauge
The syringe flow adjustment block (PN 730022) is located on the upper shelf, on the
right side, behind the divider wall (Fig. 91). Move the instrument arms to the left side of the unit. Remove the sleeve
clamps (PN 730015) holding the blue
(PN AA-94B) and clear Figure 91
(PN AA-94C) tubes to
the fittings, then remove
the tubes. Remove the
flow adjustment block Adjustment
Block
mounting screw (PN
510404) on the out- Figure 92
board side of the divider
wall with a 3/32” Allen
wrench (Fig. 92). Pull Block Mounting
Screw
the adjustment block up
and remove the two blue and clear tubes to the block.
Replace label (PN 420748-07) if necessary.
Reassemble the syringe flow adjustment block in the reverse
order.
SYSTEM CONTROL VALVES
The system control valves are on the upper shelf, on the right
side of the unit (Fig. 93). They consist of two types of valves:
needle-type
adjustment Figure 93
valves and toggle-type on/off
valves (Fig. 94). Remove the
tubing to all valves being
replaced. Remove all elbow
fittings (PN 730011), straight
fittings (PN 730062), and
nylon gaskets (PN 730074)
from valve bodies if necessary. To replace a needle
valve, first loosen the
setscrew on the adjustment
knob (PN 850012) with a
1/16" Allen wrench, then
remove knob. For all Figure 94
valves and toggles, use a
Toggle Valve
Needle Valve
9/16" open-end wrench
to remove outboard nut
from the chassis wall.
Pull needle and toggle Setscrew
valve bodies through
the holes in the chassis wall, from the inboard side.
To reassemble a needle or toggle valve, first remove the
mounting nut from the outboard end of the valve and turn
the inboard nut toward the body of the valve slightly. Then,
place the valve through the chassis hole from the inboard side
with the lock washer placed against the inboard side of the
chassis wall. Install the mounting nut onto the outboard end
of the valve and run the nut up just a couple threads from the
outboard end. Tighten the valve in place by holding the body
and tightening the inboard nut against the chassis wall with a
thin 9/16" open-end wrench. On toggle valves, ensure that the
toggle is in its proper orientation with the nomenclature on
the side panel. On needle valves, adjust the needle to fully
closed and attach the knob with the setscrew, allowing some
clearance between the knob and body. Ensure that the knob
does not bottom out against the valve.
CHECK VALVE
The check valve (PN 730012) is located on the upper shelf, in
line between the bottle-select toggle and the 4-port manifold
(Fig. 95). Remove the Figure 95
sleeve clamps (PN
730015) and tubes (PN
Manifold
AA-94B) and remove
the valve.
Reinstall check valve
in the reverse order .
Ensure that the flow
direction is toward the
manifold.
Check Valve
FLOW
35 PSI FIXED REGULATOR
This regulator (PN 730521) is located on the upper shelf, in
line between the manifold and bottle-pressure On/Off toggle
(Fig. 96). Remove the Figure 96
Regulator
sleeve clamps (PN
730015) and tubing
Flow Direction
(PN AA-94C).
Arrow
Replace
regulator,
ensuring that the air
direction arrow is
pointing towards the Bottle Pressure
On/Off Toggle
toggle valve.
SCALER CONTROL MODULE
The scaler control module (PN 730500) is located on the
right side of the upper Figure 97
shelf, behind the Scaler Control
divider wall (Fig. 97).
Module
Remove
the
two
screws (PN 510530)
from under the chassis
with a #1 Phillips
screwdriver. Lift the module and
Figure 98 Electrical
slide back the top cover on the
Connector
module to remove the electrical
connector to the module (Fig.
98).
Reassemble the control module
in the reverse order.
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
FIBER OPTICS MODULE
The fiber optics module (PN 730623) is located on the rear
left side of the upper shelf (Fig. 99). Disconnect the sleeve
clamps (PN 730015) Figure 99
Black Wires
and the gray (PN AA94LG), purple (PN
AA-94P), and yellow
Fiber
Optics
(PN AA-94TY) tubes
Module
to
the
module.
Disconnect the six
Transformer
black and white wires
with a standard jeweler's
screwdriver.
Remove the four
mounting screws (PN
Tubes
510160) with a 5/64"
Allen wrench. Remove module.
Transformer
The fiber optic transReceptacle
former (part of module, PN 730623) is located on the left side of the upper shelf,
behind the divider wall. Remove the transformer from the
receptacle. Remove the two wires going to the optics module
with a jeweler’s screwdriver.
Reassemble fiber optics module and transformer in the
reverse order, referring to the plumbing and electrical
schematics for proper installation.
FIBER OPTIC TRANSFORMER RECEPTACLE
The fiber optic transformer receptacle (PN 840105) is located on the left side of the upper shelf, behind the divider wall
(Fig. 99). Remove the Figure 100
Receptacle
fiber-optics trans-former
from the socket. Remove
the receptacle cover
screw and plate (PN
850071) with a standard
screwdriver. Remove the
Mounting Plate
receptacle
mounting
screws (PN 510160) with
a 5/64" Allen wrench. Open the left-side panel of the cart to
remove the two wires from the receptacle with a #2 Phillips
screwdriver. Remove the green/yellow ground wire with a #2
Phillips screwdriver or a 5/16" wrench. From the top side, pull
the receptacle through the hole. Remove mounting plate (PN
461771-01) and four nuts (PN 510395) if necessary.
Reassemble the receptacle in the reverse order, referring to
the electrical schematic for proper installation.
QUIN HANDPIECE BLOCK
The quin block (PN 730621) is located directly behind the
instrument arms on the upper shelf (Fig. 101). Remove the
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screw (PN 510404) from Figure 101
the bracket (PN 510256)
to the block with a 1/8"
Allen wrench. Remove
all the sleeve clamps
(PNs 730015 & 730095)
and tubes from the
block. Remove bracket
and mounting screws
(PN 510404) with a 3/32"
Allen wrench if necesMounting Bracket
sary.
Reassemble the quin handpiece block in the reverse order,
referring to the plumbing schematic for proper installation.
Adjust the handpieces to their proper pressures.
MANIFOLD 4-PORT ASSEMBLY
The manifold 4-port assembly is located on the upper shelf,
near the right side of the quin block (Fig. 102). Remove all
sleeve clamps and tubes from the assembly block. Remove
mounting screw (PN Figure 102
510423). Replace assembly if necessary.
AIR PILOT VALVE
Mounting Screw
The air pilot valve (PN
730019) is located on the upper shelf, near the right rear corner of the quin block (Fig. 103). Disconnect the sleeve clamps
(PN 730015), the blue tubes (PN AA-94B) and the clear tube
(PN AA-94C) going to Figure 103
the valve. Use two 9/16"
Air
wrenches to remove the
Pilot
mounting nut from the
Valve
valve then remove the
valve from the bracket
Mounting
Bracket
(PN 730245). Remove
the two fittings (PN
Shuttle Valve
730062) and nylon gaskets (PN 730074) from
the valve.
Reassemble the pilot valve in the reverse order, attaching the
fittings to the new valve. Refer to plumbing schematic for the
proper installation.
SHUTTLE VALVE
The shuttle tee valve (PN 730016) is located on the upper
shelf (Fig. 103), attached to the clear line from the air pilot
and the flush toggle valve. Remove the sleeve clamps (PN
730015) and tubes (PN AA94C) at the valve.
Reassemble the shuttle valve in the reverse order, referring
to the plumbing schematic for the proper installation.
SYSTEM PRESSURE GAUGE
The system pressure gauge (PN 730101) is located on the top
shelf, to the left Figure 104
Gauge
of the quin block
(Fig. 104). From
Tube
the underside of
Mounting
the shelf, remove
Bracket
the sleeve clamp
(PN 730015) and
tube (PN AA-94C) going to the gauge. Remove the nuts and
bracket (part of 730101) with a 5/32" wrench. Remove the
gauge from the top side.
Reassemble the pressure gauge in the reverse order.
VACUUM SWITCHES
The two vacuum switches (PN 830137) are located on the left
side of the top shelf, directly behind the divider wall (Fig.
105). On the Figure 105
Switches
underside of the
top shelf, use a
#2 Phillips screwdriver to remove
Terminal
Block
the two white
Vacuum
Switches
switch wires at the
terminal block, which is mounted under the front left side.
On the top of the shelf, remove the sleeve clamp (PN 730096)
and the green (PN AA-94G) or red (PN AA-94R) tubing to
the switch being replaced. Then, remove the switch with two
9/16" wrenches. Remove the fitting (PN 730011) and replace
onto the new switch.
Reassemble the vacuum switches in the reverse order, referring to the electrical schematic for proper installation.
SCALER SWITCH
The scaler switch (PN 730031) is located on the right side of
the upper shelf, between the quin block and the scaler module (Fig. 106). On Figure 106
Wiring
the underside of
Connector
the top shelf, discon-nect the two
white wires at the
white 2-position
Scaler
connector (PN
Switch
Switch
860244) coming
from the switch. On the top side of the upper shelf, remove
the sleeve clamp (PN 730015) and tube (PN AA-94C) to the
switch. Remove the switch with two 9/16" wrenches. Remove
wiring connector and mounting screw (PN 510088) on underside of shelf, if necessary.
CENTRAL VACUUM CANISTER
The central vacuum (PN AA-290) is located behind the quin
block on the upper shelf (Fig. 107). Remove the tubes (PN
AA-83A) from the bottom Figure 107 Central
Vacuum
of the canister. Remove the
Canister
holding
screws
(PN
510404) and bracket (part
of AA-290). Replace canister if it becomes clogged.
Reassemble in the reverse
order.
FILTER/REGULATOR
The filter/regulator (PN 730598) is located behind the amalgam separator (PN 730595-01), or amalgam bypass filter (PN
730615), in the waste compartment (Fig. 108). Open the
waste compartment door and remove the amalgam separator. Remove the drain tube Figure 108
(PN AA-95G) from the
bottom of the filter/regulator. Remove the other two
tubes going to the regulator
Filter
Regulator
with a 7/16" open-end
Filter
Bowl
wrench. Remove the fil- Regulator
& Filter
ter/regulator by removing
the retaining nut on the top
side of the upper shelf (Fig. Figure 109
109) and then pulling the
filter/regulator
down
through the waste compartment. (NOTE: The latter
red retaining nut (PN
710712) has been replaced
Retaining
Nut
with a black nut and a yellow cap on newer style filter/regula-tors.) If necessary, remove pipe elbows (PN
730329) from filter/regulator.
Reassemble the filter/regulator in the reverse order. Readjust
the system pressure to 80 PSI on the system gauge.
FILTER/REGULATOR FILTER
Open the waste compartment door and remove the amalgam
separator (PN 730595-01) or bypass filter (PN 730615).
Remove the drain tube (PN AA-95G) from the bottom of the
filter/regulator bowl (Fig. 108). Unscrew the bowl and
remove. Unscrew the filter (part of filter/regulator) and
remove and replace if clogged.
Reassemble the filter in the reverse order.
Reassemble the scaler switch in the reverse order.
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DISASSEMBLY - Continued
AMALGAM MANIFOLD
Open the waste compartment door. Remove the amalgam
separator (PN 730595-01) or bypass filter (PN 730615).
Remove the two tubes (PN AA-86G) going to the amalgam
manifold (PN 730596-01): one from the waste container and
the other to the waste Figure 110
Mounting
Nuts
pump. Remove the four
(4)
nuts (PN 510296) on the
underside of the top shelf
(Fig. 110) with a 7/16-inch
socket. To remove the
manifold from the upper
Manifold
shelf (Fig. 111), tilt the
manifold slightly and pull it
down through the waste Figure 111
(Top
View)
compartment. If necessary,
remove
fittings
(PN
730613) on ends of manifold.
Reassemble the amalgam
manifold in the reverse
order.
Manifold
WASTE LINE CHECK VALVE
The waste line check valve (PN 730634) is located in the
waste compartment, in line Figure 112
between the waste container
and the amalgam separator
(Fig. 112). Disconnect the two
tubes (PN AA-86G) to the
Check
Valve
check valve.
Reassemble the check valve in
the reverse order, referring to
the plumbing schematic for proper orientation.
WATER FILTERS
The water filters (PN 730326) are located at the ends of the
blue tubes (PN AA-95B) in the two Figure 113
water bottles (PN 730631-01) (Fig.
113). Depressurize the water bottles
and remove them and the water bottle caps. Loosen the four sleeve
clamps (PN 730095) from tops and
Filter
bottoms of the blue tubes (PN AA95B). Unscrew the filters and gaskets (PN 730074) from the
fittings (PN 730073) on the ends of the tubes. Use compressed air from the top end of the filter to unplug the screen,
or replace the filters with new ones.
WATER BOTTLE CAP COUPLING GASKETS
The water bottle cap coupling gaskets (PN 730473) are located inside the rims of the two white cap couplings (PN 461566)
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(Fig. 114). Depressurize Figure 114
Cap
the water bottles using
Couplings Gasket
the bottle pressure
Bracket
release toggle switch.
Unscrew the water bottles, complete with their
caps, from the cap couplings on the unit. Slip
the water bottles off their
water tubes and set aside. Reach up into the cap couplings and
pull the black gasket from each cap coupling.
Reassemble in the reverse order with new gaskets.
WATER BOTTLE CAP COUPLINGS
The water bottle cap couplings (PN 461566) are attached to
a bracket (PN 461733) under the right side of the top shelf
(Fig. 114). Remove the two water bottles as previously
described. Remove the two sleeve clamps (PN 730095) from
the top of the two blue tubes (PN AA-95B), then remove the
tubes. Remove the six fasteners (PN 510160) holding the
bracket with a 5/64" Allen wrench. Remove the four fasteners
(PN 510404) holding the cap couplings with a 3/32" Allen
wrench and remove the cap couplings. Remove the fittings
(PN 730062), gaskets (PN 730074), and tubes (PN AA-95B)
and replace onto the new cap couplings.
Reassemble the cap couplings with new gaskets in the reverse
order. Refer to the plumbing schematic for the proper installation.
TOP LID LOCKING HINGE
The locking hinge (PN 510687) is located on the upper shelf
and connects to the Figure 115
underside of the top lid
(PN 461718) (Fig. 115).
Open the top lid. Remove
the two screws (PN Hinge
510545) on the upper lid Accessory
angle bracket with a 3/32" Tray Mtg.
Lid Mounting
Components
Screws (4)
Allen wrench. Gently
lower the lid backwards,
against the back side of
the unit. Remove the
screws (PN 510533) on
the upper shelf and
remove the hinge assembly.
Reassemble the hinge in
the reverse order, ensuring that the washer (PN
510019) is positioned
between the bracket (PN 461875) on the lid and the hinge.
Reattach a new label (PN 420556-10) onto the new hinge.
TOP LID
Open the top lid (PN 461718) and remove the locking hinge
as previously described (Fig. 115). Pivot the lid to a vertical
position and support it while removing the seven mounting
screws (PN 510506) with a 3/32" Allen wrench.
Remove the accessory tray components and reinstall them
onto the new lid. Reassemble the new lid in the reverse order.
Attach a new label (PN 420715-02) to the underside.
INSTRUMENT HOLDERS
Seven instrument holders (PN AA-59G) with on/off toggle
controls are located at the ends of the two rotating arms (Fig.
116). An eighth holder (PN-68G), without an on/off toggle, is
located on the right-hand end of the right arm. Disconnect
the tubing going to the specific holder that needs to be
replaced. Back out the setscrews on the bottom of the holdFigure 116
On/Off Toggle Controls (7)
ers with a 3/32" Figure 117
Allen wrench (Fig.
Setscrew
117). Remove the
hold-ers from the
arms.
Reassemble
the
holders in the reverse order. Refer
to plumbing sche-matic for proper installation.
ARM ASSEMBLY
The arm assembly is located on the upper shelf (Fig. 118).
Disconnect the tubing from the arm assembly to the quin
block, manifold, and vacuum switches by following the
plumbing schematic. Remove the two fasteners (PN 510404)
near the center of the divider wall (PN 461735) that connect
the wall to the arm
assembly mounting Figure 118
Tubing From
Quin Block
plate (PN 461736)
with a 3/32" Allen
Arm
Spindle
wrench. Remove
the four fasteners
(PN 510160) holding the sides of the
Fasteners
divider wall with a
5/64" Allen wrench
(Fig. 119). Remove
the remainder of the fasteners to the arm assembly mounting
plate with a 3/32" Allen wrench. Figure 119
Lift the divider wall and remove
Divider Wall
the arm assembly from the
Fasteners
upper shelf. To remove any
component of the arm assembly, remove the three fasteners
(PN 510692) and nuts (PN
510296) at the center of the
rotating spindle with a 3/16"
A l l e n Figure 120 Left & Right Tubing Arm Covers
wrench and
a
7/16"
w r e n c h
(Fig. 118).
To remove
the left and
right tubing
arm covers (PNs 461863 & 461862, respectively) on the bottoms of the arms, loosen all eight screws (PN 510650), then
remove only the two front screws with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Slide the covers forward and lift them away to access
the tubes beneath (Fig. 120).
Reassemble the arm assembly in the reverse order, referring
to the plumbing schematic for proper installation. If necessary, replace the instrument ID labels (PN's 420888 &
420889) on the left and right arms, respectively.
CASTERS
Support the corner of the chas- Figure 121
sis where the caster is to be
removed. Use two ¾" wrenches
and remove the caster nut (PN
510676) from the inside corner
of the chassis base (Fig. 121).
Lift the corner to remove the
caster (PNs 730607 or 730606
locking) and flat washers (PN
510675).
Mounting
Nut
Reassemble in the reverse order. Ensure that there are two
flat washers between the caster and the base.
TUBING
Refer to the plumbing diagram for the approximate length
and part number of the tube to be replaced.
WIRING
Refer to the electrical schematic for the proper size and
length of the wire to be replaced.
THIS COMPLETES THE DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
FOR THE AMC-20CF DENTAL SYSTEM.
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Figure A (Sheet 1 of 11)
2
1
LEFT SIDE PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. C, Page 35
150
149
148
ACCESSORY TRAY ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. B, Page 35
147
77
61
62
56
173
3
4
5
RIGHT SIDE PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. D, Page 36
7
163
166
164
164
165
165
FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. F, Page 36
151
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NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 2 of 11 - Front View)
129
7
63
6
9
61
157
62
21
52
PEDAL HANDPIECE BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Z, Page 46
57
BULKHEAD ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. X, Page 45
173
157
9
56
168
PUMP & BRACKET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. M, Page 40
MIDDLE SHELF ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. O, Page 41
22
MIDDLE SHELF INSULATION ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. P, Page 41
17
AIR TANK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. I, Page 38
158
RELIEF VALVE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. H, Page 38
176
177
19
VACUUM TUBE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. L, Page 39
169
VACUUM VALVE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. G, Page 37
154
11
155
12
13
8
9
10
156
153
173
NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
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FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 3 of 11 - Right Side View)
113
15
47
111
112
55
6
54
20
61
171
62
WASTE SHIELD ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. W, Page 45
169
PUMP & BRACKET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. N, Page 40
158
54
110
35
20
36
AIR TANK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. I, Page 38
108
60
109
22
MIDDLE SHELF ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. O, Page 41
MIDDLE SHELF INSULATION ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. P, Page 41
19
17
NOISE BAFFLE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. U, Page 44
NOISE BAFFLE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. V, Page 44
RIGHT VENTURI ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. J, Page 39
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. M, Page 40
22
20
21
153
23
10
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NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 4 of 11 - Left Side View)
54
55
WASTE SHIELD ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. W, Page 45
168
170
PUMP & BRACKET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. N, Page 40
54
38
AEU-5000 MOUNT ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. F, Page 37
MIDDLE SHELF ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. O, Page 41
36
MIDDLE SHELF INSULATION ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. P, Page 41
SOUND WALL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. V, Page 44
VACUUM TUBE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. L, Page 39
RELIEF VALVE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. H, Page 38
NOISE BAFFLE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. U, Page 44
LEFT VENTURI ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. K, Page 39
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. M, Page 40
15
18
159
19
160
161
162
141
153
172
23
10
NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
14
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Figure A (Sheet 5 of 11 - Back View)
152
46
47
48
49
34
6
175
45
38
POWER OUTLET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. R, Page 42
POWER INLET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. S, Page 43
REAR PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Q, Page 41
163
164
165
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NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 6 of 11 - Top View)
135
82
47
101
102
100
6
152
143
134
142
134
178
139
140
141
130
131
7
132
144
133
137
106
107
117
MANIFOLD 4-PORT ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. A-A, Page 46
116
115
QUIN AUTO BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. A-B, Page 47
116
138
125
92
126
LEFT SIDE PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. C, Page 35
47
77
78
122
65
4
5
RIGHT SIDE PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. D, Page 36
ARMS ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. A-C, Page 47
147
77
146
57
56
6
173
FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. E, Page 36
AEU-5000 MOUNT ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. F, Page 37
148
NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
149
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FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 7 of 11 - Front View)
BULKHEAD ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. X, Page 45
61
129
7 66 80 21
16
38 18
66
63
6
58
63
6
21
61
20
62
174
52
PEDAL HANDPIECE BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Z, Page 46
15
62
SYRINGE BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Y, Page 45
59
60
FRONT
VIEW
15
16
VACUUM VALVE ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. G, Page 37
14
14
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NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
18
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 8 of 11 - Right Side View)
37
40
39
35
36
PUMP & BRACKET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. N, Page 46
RIGHT
SIDE
VIEW
26
27
28
29
30
123
34
33
31
32
NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
153
24
25
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Figure A (Sheet 9 of 11 - Left Side View)
44
36
41
MIDDLE SHELF ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. O, Page 41
42
AEU-5000 MOUNT ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. F, Page 37
LEFT
SIDE
VIEW
167
169
164
166
FRONT
CASTER
(X2)
MIDDLE SHELF ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. O, Page 41
167
170
164
9
165
163
REAR
CASTER
(X2)
44
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NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
43
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 10 of 11 - Back View)
99
99
101
BACK VIEW
105
152
34
107
48
106
49
6
53
52
WASTE TANK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. T, Page 43
38
51
45
103
50
POWER INLET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. S, Page 42
39
21
POWER OUTLET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. R, Page 42
20
REAR PANEL ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Q, Page 41
104
NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
Page 31
101
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
Figure A (Sheet 11 of 11 - Top View)
114
127
96
MANIFOLD 4-PORT ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. A-A, Page 46
128
64
100
6
89
77
90
78
121
34
96
102
114
ARMS ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. A-C, Page 46
5
118
91
88
66
94
15
6
80
137
120
138
101
93
79
95
92
115
124
116
85
83
34
84
16
69
70
145
47
58
67
68
96
97
98
136
137
138
130
131
132
133
TOP
VIEW
127
128
QUIN AUTO BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. A-B, Page 47
15
18
15
16
68
119
18
71
73
74
75
76
16
58
18
66
73
59
60
58
Page 32
86
20
79
87
80
66
81
70
60
NOTE: Refer to Pages 33 & 34 for Parts Descriptions
72
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
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46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST (Sheet 1 of 2)
Ref Figure A
FINAL ASSY AMC-20CF DUAL VOLTAGE
CASE AMC-20 CART
WATER BOTTLE 1000ml ZIRC KIT
HANDLE ASSY AMC-20
C/S SOCHD STNLS 1/4-20 X 2-3/4
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32 X 3/8
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32 X 3/4
XFMR STEPDOWN 2000VA 220V TO 110V
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 1/4-20X1/2
WASHER LOCK STNLS SPLIT 1/4"
XFMR 115/230VAC TO 24VAC
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 10-32X1/2
WASHER INT STAR S/S #10
TUBING 1/2OD X .062W GRY URETH
TUBING POLY 1/8OD CLR
FTN 1/8 DELRIN UNI-CLAMP
TUBING AIR BRAKE 1/4" BLK
FTN 1/8ID SLEEVE CLAMP CLEAR
TUBING AIR BRAKE 1/2" BLK
FTN 1/4 DELRIN SLEEVE
TUBING POLY 1/4ODX.159ID GRY 90 DURMETR
CLAMP 4-1/8" TO 7" WORM-DRIVE HOSE CLAMP
C/S HEX HD STNLS 1/4-20 X 5/8
EXTENSION PLATE MOTOR MOUNT AMC-20
C/S FLASOC STNLS 5/16-18 X 3/4
ISOLATOR SURFACE MNT NEOP VIBR BLUE
PAD ISOLATOR MOUNT AMC-20
C/S HEXHD STNLS 5/16-18 X 3/4
WASHER #5/16 S/S BOLT SIZE 1/16" THK
NUT NYLOC 5/16-18 STNLS HEX
CONN JUMPER 7/16 CENTER 3 POSITION
CONN JUMPER 7/16 CENTER 2 POSITION
CONN TERMINAL BLOCK 7/16 CENTER 20A 8 POS
NUT NYLOC 6-32 STNLS HEX
WIRE PVC #18 WHT (9)
WIRE PVC #18 BLK (0)
TUBING PVC 1/2ODX3/8IDX1/16W CLEAR
TUBING SALIVA EJECT 3/8OD GRY
TUBING 3/8OD X .245ID GRY POLY 90 DURMETR
FTN POLYPROPYLENE 3/8 X 1/4 REDUCING
CLAMP VENTURI TUBE
TUBING POLYURETHANE 5/32 OD X 3/32 ID
CABLE 3 COND AWG 14 300V UL/CSA TYPE SJT
CABLE 2 COND AWG14 300V UL/CSA TYP SJOOW
LATCH COMPRESSION WING KNOB LOCKABLE
CABLE WRAP EXTRUDED
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X3/8
UPPER REAR PANEL AMC-20
HINGE UPPER REAR DOOR AMC-20
HOOK 1/4" BLACK PLASTIC
CORD BUNGEE 1/4" DIA.
TUBING ASEPSI-FLEX 1/2ID GRY
VALVE CHECK 3/16 ID TUBE
TUBING VINYL 1-5/16 OD X 1 ID BRAIDED
FTN 1 IN X 1 IN ELBOW PVC
TUBING CURING LIGHT
TUBING 2H POLY STRT SYNG GRY
TUBING POLY 1/8OD BLU
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
GASKET NYLON #10
GAUGE 0-100PSI EDGE PANEL MTG
NUT NYLOC 4-40 STNLS HEX
BRACKET GAUGE AMC-20
BLOCK FLOW ADJUSTMENT MOD
PART NO
120356
410195
730631-01
330540
510693
510404
510506
800117
510477
510508
800118
510312
510421
730373
AA-94C
730096
730130
730015
730256
730095
AA-95G
510514
510704
461898
510702
730314
461929
510352
510107
510126
860253
860254
860256
510395
870031
870026
730288
AA-86G
730312
730627
461607
730227
870309
870308
510678
500326
510160
461776
461791
730371
730370
AA-83A
730634
730608
730603
730625
AA-85G
AA-94B
730062
730074
730132
510394
461741
730022
QTY
1
1
2
2
8
72
15
1
34
12
1
4
4
2.5'
23.42'
19
3.62'
3
3.90'
21
10.5'
3
4
2
4
4
4
8
16
8
3
3
1
16
14.25'
17.33'
0.24'
11.65'
4.66'
2
2
1.83'
4.04'
10.91'
1
1
46
1
1
2
1.83'
9.25'
1
1.66'
1
1
5.5'
10.94'
46
105
1
8
1
1
ITEM
65 LABEL AIR SYRINGE WATER AMC-20
PART NO
420748-07
AA-95C
730152
67 FTN BARB 1/16 DELRIN TEE
68 REGULATOR 35 PSI MINI FIXD
730521
730012
69 VALVE CHECK ANTI RETRACTION
730011
70 FTN ELBOW 90 10-32 X 1/16BARB WHT NYL
730010
71 VALVE TOGGLE 2W/2P GRY W/O EX
850012
72 KNOB GRY PLASTIC 1/4D STYLE II
730066
73 VALVE NEEDLE CONTROL W/O KNOB
730043
74 VALVE TOGGLE MMTRY 3W-W/EXHST
730014
75 VALVE TOGGLE 3W/2P GRY W/EX
730032
76 VALVE TOGGLE 3-WAY 3-PORT
730500
77 SCALER ASSEMBLY SYSTEM
510530
78 M/S STNLS FLAPHL M3 X 6mm
AA-94LG
79 TUBING POLY 1/8 OD LIGHT GREY
80 TUBING POLY 1/8 OD PURPLE
AA-94P
AA-94TY
81 TUBING POLY 1/8 OD TRANSPARENT YELLOW
730623
82 MODULE FIBER OPTIC 5 HP W/TRANSFORMER
83 PLATE WALL DUPLEX RECEPTACLE 1 GANG GRY 850071
84 POWER OUTLET DUPLEX 15A HOSP GRADE GRY 840105
461771-01
85 PLATE VOLTAGE OUTLET FO SILKSCREENED
86 TUBING POLY 1/8 OD ORANGE
AA-94O
87 TUBING POLY 1/8 OD YELLOW
AA-94Y
461865
88 BRACKET QUIN HOLD DOWN AMC-20
730019
89 VALVE AIR PILOT 2WAY W/O EX NC
730245
90 BRKT 90DEG X 31/64"DIA MNTNG
730016
91 VALVE SHUTTLE 1/16 BARB
730101
92 GAUGE 0-100PSI 1-5/8 PANEL MTG
AA-94G
93 TUBING POLY 1/8OD GRN
94 TUBING POLY 1/8OD RED
AA-94R
830137
95 SWITCH AIR ACTIVATED ELECTRIC N/C
96 SWITCH AIR ACTIVATED ELECTRIC
730031
97 CONN TERMINAL BLOCK .315 CENTER 10A 2 POS 860244
98 M/S STNLS PHDPHL 4-40X1/2 SELF THREADING
510723
730329
99 FTN 1/4MPT X 1/4 POLY ELBOW
100 NUT FILTER REGULATOR RETAINER
510712
101 FILTER 1/4 NPT WATER SEPARATOR AMC-20
730598
102 CANISTER CENTRAL VACUUM GRAY
AA-290
730595-01
103 AMALGAM SEPARATOR MOD
104 CONTAINER BYPASS AMALGAM SEPARATOR
730615
105 FTN 1/4 BARB X 3/4 MPT 90 DEGREE PVDF
730613
106 MANIFOLD AMALGAM SEPARATOR MOD
730596-01
510296
107 NUT NYLOC 1/4-20 STNLS HEX
108 FILTER 10-32 THREAD STAINLESS
730326
109 FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/8 BRT/NKL
730073
110 TUBING POLY 1/4OD BLU
AA-95B
111 GASKET FOR NWS-8 BOTTLE LID
730473
461566
112 CAP COUPLING WATER ADU-17
461733
113 BOTTLE BRACKET MODULAR FRAME AMC-20
510423
114 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 10-32 X 3/4
510699
115 CLIP COMPONENT SCREW MOUNT .62 DIA
116 RIVET BLIND AL/AL 1/8D3/16-1/4
510170
117 CLIP COMPONENT SCREW MOUNT .50 DIA
510698
420748-06
118 LABEL AMALGAM SOLIDS TRAP AMC-20
119 LABEL QUIN BLOCK AMC-20
420550-12
120 LABEL SYSTEM PRESSURE AMC-20
420556-09
121 LABEL SYSTEM REGULATOR AMC-20
420556-08
122 TAPE TEFLON 1-IN. SQUARE
490141
123 INSULATOR 8 POLE TERMINAL BLOCK
461971
124 HOLE PLUG 3/8 NYLON WHT
510497
125 EDGE TRIM 1/16ID X 1/4 X 1/4 RUBBER
730378
126 DIVIDER TOP PANEL MODULAR FRAME AMC-20
461735
461716
127 SIDE PANEL SUPPORT BLOCK SHORT AMC-20
510720
128 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X5/8
66 TUBING POLY 1/4OD CLR
Cont'd...next page
QTY
1
3.79'
6
1
1
22
2
5
5
1
1
1
1
2
3.58'
3.58'
3.58'
1
2
2
1
2'
2'
1
1
1
1
1
2.66'
2.66'
2
1
4
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
7
2
2
1.89'
2
2
1
1
3
20
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2.15'
1
2
1
Page 33
ITEM
FINAL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST (Sheet 2 of 2)
Ref Figure A
129 SIDE PANEL SUPPORT BLOCK LONG AMC-20
130 HOLE PLUG 1.0 NYLON BLK
131 AUXILIARY POLE SUPPORT AMC-20
132 BRACKET AUXILIARY SUPPORT AMC-20CF
133 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 1/4-20 X 7/8
134 BUMPER SORBOTHANE 70 DURO 8-32 MALE BLK
135 LABEL CAUTION LID SUPPORT AMC-20
136 LABEL PUSH BUTTON TO CLOSE AMC-20
137 LID SUPPORT AMC-20
138 M/S STNLS FLAPHL 8-32X1/2
139 RIVET BLIND STNLS 3/16DX1/16-1/4 GRIP
140 WASHER NYL .196IDX.437ODX.062T
141 SPACER ALUM 10-32X13/16LX5/16 HEX FEM STDF
142 ANGLE BRACKET LID SUPPORT AMC-20
143 TOP PANEL MDF AMC-20 CART
144 HINGE TOP LID AMC-20
145 LABEL SCALER FUSE AMC-20
146 FIBER-BRITE REPLACEMENT LAMP MODULE
147 SYRINGE 3-WAY AIR/WATER QUIK CHANGE TIP
148 VALVE SAL/EJECT AUTOCLAVABLE LEVER
149 VALVE CENT VAC UNIV LEVER AUTO DCI
150 HANDPIECE CURING LIGHT
151 CONTROL FOOT WET/DRY DISC WHT
152 TOP PANEL MODULAR FRAME AMC-20
153 INSULATION BASE PANEL AMC-20
154 INSULATOR VERTICAL CORNER RIGHT AMC-20
155 INSULATOR VERTICAL CORNER AMC-20
156 INSULATOR VERTICAL CORNER SHORT AMC-20
157 BULKHEAD CONNECTOR PANEL BRACKET
158 EDGE TRIM 1/8 ID X 1/4 X 5/16 RUBBER
159 CLAMP 3/8" SANTOPRENE CUSHIOND PLATED
160 TERM RING #8 LUG 16-14AWG BLU
161 WASHER INT STAR S/S #8
162 NUT HEX 8-32 STNLS
163 CASTER 4” POLY-U/POLYOLEFIN 1/2-13X1-1/2 LCK
164 NUT HEX NYLON INSERT 1/2-13 STNLS
165 WASHER FENDER 17/32 ID X 2 OD STNLS
166 CASTER 4” POLY-U/POLYOLEFIN 1/2-13 X 1-1/2
167 CORNER BRACKET MODULAR FRAME AMC-20
168 CORNER UPRIGHT LEFT FRONT AMC-20
169 CORNER UPRIGHT RIGHT FRONT AMC-20
170 CORNER UPRIGHT LEFT REAR AMC-20
171 CORNER UPRIGHT RIGHT REAR AMC-20
172 BASE MODULAR FRAME AMC-20
173 TUBING AA-19A GRAY 6-PIN FIBER BRITE
174 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 10-32x1/4
175 WASTE HOSE ASSEMBLY
176 FTN 1/4 POLY X 1/8MPT POLYTITE
177 FILTER INLINE
178 M/S STNLS PHDPHL 8-32 X 1/2
NS * LATCH STRIKE PLATE AMC-20
NS * LINECORD US HOSPITAL GREY 15A/125V 10 FT
NS * LINECORD EURO BLACK 15A/250V 2.5 M
NS * SEALANT RTV G.E. SILICONE II
NS * ADHESIVE LOCTITE 406
NS * ADHESIVE LOCTITE 242
NS * ADHESIVE 5 MIN 2-PART DEVCON
NS * ADHESIVE LOCTITE 620
NS * LUBRICANT PARKER SUPER O-LUBE
NS * LUBRICANT ANTI-SEIZE STAINLESS STEEL
(* NS = NOT SHOWN)
Page 34
PART NO
461710
510705
461793
461878
510257
510700
420715-02
420556-10
510687
510533
510716
510019
510536
461875
461718
461792
420748-08
AA-19AB
TA-90D
AA-37LAD
AA-35LAD
730624
AA-43W
461734
461717
461873
461859
461860
461700
730622
510409
860117
510420
510428
730606
510676
510675
730607
461732
461731
461665
461666
461667
461730
AA-19A-04T6
510435
330673
730117
730001
510545
461779
840101
840102
490006
490029
490034
490049
490073
490138
490139
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
3.01'
1
14
13
6
2
4
8
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PARTS LIST - Figure B - Accessory Tray Assy
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
TRAY STAINLESS 13-11/16 X 9-13/16 X 3/4
BUSHING 5/8OD X 1/2ID 1-1/8L
PIVOT BLOCK CMPL AA-08A
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 10-32X1/2
FOOT BUMPER 0.5 X 0.14 CYLIN CLEAR
TRAY SUPPORT MOLDED GREY
FOLDING ARM 12" SECTION CMPL
3
PART NO
AA-50
520014
460569-08
510312
850067
460104
460101-08
QTY
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
ITEM
8 WASHER NYL .505IDX.750ODX.062T
9 DOWELL PIN STEEL 1/2D X 2L
10 C/S SOCHD BLK 1/4-20X3/4
11 POST MOUNTING CLAMP CMPL
12 ENDCAP INSERT 1"OD X 18GA BLK
13 POST AUXILIARY ARM AMC-20
NOT SHOWN: HEX KEY 3/16 SHORT
PART NO
QTY
510175
510132
510044
460394-08
510204
461889
2
1
1
1
1
1
490011
1
7
2
1
4
13
10
11
9
5
8
12
6
PARTS LIST - Figure C - Left Side Panel Assembly
ITEM
HANDLE STANDOFF AMC-20
2 RING RETAINING EXTERNAL 5/8 DIA SHAFT
3 INSULATOR LEFT SIDE AMC-20
4 INSULATION SIDE LEFT FILL AMC-20
1
1
2
6
7
PART NO
461709
510674
461754
461919
QTY
4
4
1
1
ITEM
INSULATION SIDE LEFT BOTTOM AMC-20
6 LABEL AMC-20CF
7 PANEL LEFT SIDE AMC-20
5
PART NO
QTY
461918
420845
461702-01
1
1
1
4
3
5
Page 35
PARTS LIST - Figure D - Right Side Panel Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
HANDLE STANDOFF AMC-20
RING RETAINING EXTERNAL 5/8 DIA SHAFT
SIDE CONTROLS INSERT MODULAR FRAME
NUT NYLOC 8-32 STNLS
INSULATION BOTTLE WELL AMC-20
INSULATION RIGHT SIDE TOP AMC-20
INSULATION RIGHT SIDE UPPER TOP AMC-20
PART NO
461709
510674
461740
510411
461922
461923
461924
QTY
4
4
1
10
1
1
1
ITEM
8 INSULATOR RIGHT SIDE AMC-20
9 INSULATION SIDE RIGHT BOTTOM AMC-20
10 INSULATOR RIGHT SIDE FILL AMC-20
11 WATER BOTTLE INSERT MODULAR FRAME
12 LABEL AMC-20CF
13 PANEL RIGHT SIDE SILKSCREENED AMC-20
PART NO
461753
461921
461874
461739
420845
461701-01
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
3 4
6
7
1 2
11
5
12
10
8
13
9
PARTS LIST - Figure E - Front Panel Assembly
ITEM
SCALER ASSEMBLY SYSTEM
2 INSULATOR FRONT COVER AMC-20
1
PART NO
730500
461758
QTY
1
1
ITEM
3 INSULATOR FRONT PANEL FILL AMC-20
4 FINAL ASSY AEU-5000 REMOTE MOUNT
PART NO
461584
120367
1
AEU-5000 MOUNT ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. F, Page 37
4
2
3
Page 36
QTY
1
1
PARTS LIST - Figure F - AEU-5000 Mount Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
PART NO
HOUSING OUTLET CONNECTOR 5000 MOUNT
M/S PHPHIL 6 X 3/8 PLASTITE 48-2 HARD STEEL
RECEPTACLE ASSY AEU-5000
MEMBRANE CONTROL PANEL AEU-5000
BEZEL REMOTE MOUNT AEU-5000
CONN .1 HDR STRT/LOCK 5 PIN
CONN .1 HDR LOCKING 4 PIN
CONN .1 HDR BREAKAWAY MALE 40 PIN 1-ROW
BACKLIGHT LCD AEU-5000
LED T 1-3/4 WHITE HIGH BRIGHTNESS
2
6
7
461886
510650
330557
420793
461883
860025
860090
860087
461838
880237
2
ITEM
QTY
3
PART NO
11 LCD DISPLAY AEU-5000
1
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
880232
PCB ASSY DISPLAY AEU-5000 COATED
330553-C
LINECORD REMOTE US 6FT BLK 15A MOD
840041-01
POWER SUPPLY ASSY AEU-5000/AMC-20
330570
PCB ASSY POWER AEU-5000 COATED
330565-C
HOUSING LOWER AEU-5000
461797
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 10-32X1/4
510435
WIRE HARNESS BOARD TO BOARD AEU-5000 KIT 875108
FRONT PANEL SILKSCREENED MOTOR AMC-20 461703-02
4
1
19
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
13
14
16 17
9
12
15 2
10
5
18
8
11
PARTS LIST - Figure G - Vacuum Valve Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
TOP VACUUM VALVE
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X1/2
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
GASKET NYLON #10
SPRING COMPRESSION 0.028 WIRE X 2.5 LONG
O-RING 0.593 ID X 0.063 WIDE-S70 BLACK
12
11
9
10
8
5
PART NO
461853
510036
730062
730074
510684
520078
QTY
1
4
1
1
1
3
ITEM
PART NO
7 PLUNGER VACUUM VALVE
8 O-RING .837ID X .058CS SL70
9
10
11
12
TABLE 300028
FTN PLUG BRASS 1/8 MPT HEXHD CNTRSUNK
FTN 1/8 MPT X 3/8 BARB MODIFID
SETSCREW SOCCUP STNL 4-40X1/4
BODY VACUUM VALVE
461850
520004
730341
730366-08
510187
461854
QTY
1
1
1
2
1
1
7
6
1
3 4
2
Page 37
PARTS LIST - Figure H - Relief Valve Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
TOP VACUUM VALVE
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X1/2
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
GASKET NYLON #10
SPRING COMPRESSION 0.028 WIRE X 2.5 LONG
O-RING 0.593 ID X 0.063 WIDE-S70 BLACK
PART NO
461853
510036
730062
730074
510684
520078
QTY
1
4
1
1
1
3
ITEM
7 PLUNGER VACUUM VALVE
9
11
12
TABLE 300028
FTN PLUG BRASS 1/8 MPT HEXHD CNTRSUNK
FTN 1/4 POLY X 1/8MPT POLYTITE
SETSCREW SOCCUP STNL 4-40X1/4
BODY VACUUM VALVE
12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
PART NO
QTY
6
10
1
8
3 4
5
2
PARTS LIST - Figure I - Air Tank Assembly
GROMMET 9/16ID X 1/16GROOVE
SWITCH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR
FTN NIPPLE 1/4MPT 1.38L BRASS
FTN 1/4MPT X 1/4 POLY ELBOW
FTN PLUG 1/4MPT X1/4HEX C/SUNK
VALVE AIR SAFETY RELIEF 125 PSI 1/4 NPT
FTN NUT 1/2 TUBE X 11/16-20 BRASS
PART NO
870236
830133
730233
730329
730098
730574
730259
QTY
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM
8 FTN SLEEVE 1/2 TUBE BRASS
730260
730261
730119
730257
730120
330567
9 FTN INSERT 1/2 TUBE OD BRASS
10 FTN MALE RUN TEE 1/4X1/8NPT
11 VALVE CHECK 1/2 TUBE X 1/2NPT
12 FTN ELBOW 90 1/4POLYX1/8MPT
13 COMPRESSOR TANK ASSY AMC-20
2
1
3
5
4
13
7 8 9
10
11
6
12
Page 38
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
9
11
ITEM
QTY
461850
520004
730341
730117
510187
461854
8 O-RING .837ID X .058CS SL70
10
PART NO
1
1
1
1
1
1
PARTS LIST - Figure J - Right-Hand Venturi Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
MUFFLER ASSY AMC-20
FTN 1/8FPT 1/4POLY 90 DEG. ELB
VENTURI 0.048 DIA NOZZLE
FTN 1/8 MPT X 3/8 BARB MODIFID
BODY VENTURI AMC-20
PART NO
330564
730351
461852
730366-08
461851
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM
PART NO
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32X1/4
7 GASKET NYLON #10
8 EDGE TRIM 1/16ID X1/4 X 1/4 RUBBER
9 BRACKET RIGHT VENTURI AMC-20
510309
730074
730378
461897
6
3
QTY
2
2
2.00"
1
2
5
9
4
8
1
6 7
PARTS LIST - Figure K - Left-Hand Venturi Assembly
ITEM
MUFFLER ASSY AMC-20
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
3 GASKET NYLON #10
4 FTN 1/8FPT X 1/4 POLY 90 DEG ELBOW MOD
5 VENTURI 0.048 DIA NOZZLE
1
2
PART NO
330564
730062
730074
730351-01
461852
QTY
1
1
3
1
1
ITEM
PART NO
6 FTN 1/8 MPT X 3/8 BARB MODIFID
730366-08
461851
510309
730378
461896
7 BODY VENTURI AMC-20
8 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32X1/4
9 EDGE TRIM 1/16ID X1/4 X 1/4 RUBBER
10 BRACKET LEFT VENTURI AMC-20
QTY
1
1
2
3.80"
1
4
2 3
6
5
8 3
7
10
1
9
PARTS LIST - Figure L - Vacuum Tube Assembly
ITEM
TUBING AIR BRAKE 1/2" BLK
FTN PUSH-IN ELBOW 1/2 TUBE X 1/2 MPT
3 FTN 1/2 FPT X 1/2 FPT ADAPTER PVC
4 FTN NIPPLE 1/2MPTX1-1/8 CLOSE
1
2
6
4
5
PART NO
730256
730619
730640
730206
QTY
2.38"
1
1
1
ITEM
PART NO
FTN Y 1/2 TUBE X 1/2 NPT
730597
FTN TEE 1 INCH BARBS X 1/2 FPT
730602-01
NS * FTN INSERT 1/2 OD BRASS (INSERT INTO TUBE) 730261
5
6
(* NS = NOT SHOWN)
QTY
1
1
2
1
2
3
Page 39
PARTS LIST - Figure M - Compressor Motor Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
MAIN PLATE MOTOR MOUNT AMC-20
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 1/4-20X1-1/4
GROMMET BUSHING SORBOTHANE 70 DURO
NUT HEX 1/4-20 PLTD
WASHER FENDER STNLS .281 ID X 1.0 OD
GROMMET WASHER SORBOTHANE 70 DURO
ISOLATION PLATE MOTOR MOUNT AMC-20
PART NO
461899
510295
870315
510098
510703
870316
461900
QTY
1
4
4
8
4
4
1
ITEM
PART NO
8 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 1/4-20 X 5/8
9
10
11
12
NS
510503
FTN 3/8MPT X 1/4 POLY ELBOW
730638
FTN PUSH-IN ELB 1/2TUBEX3/8MPT VITON TYPE 730360
FTN PLUG 3/8MPT X 5/16 HEX CSK HEAD
730637
COMPRESSOR OILLESS 2 HP 110V THOMAS MOD 720024-01
* FTN INSERT 1/2 OD BRASS (INSERT INTO TUBE) 730261
(* NS = NOT SHOWN)
QTY
4
1
3
4
1
1
11
9
10
12
8
7
2 4
3
5 6
1
PARTS LIST - Figure N - Pump & Bracket Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
PUMP 110V 25W 50/60Hz ADU-40CF
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32 X 3/8
CONN JUMPER 7/16 CENTER 2 POSITION
CONN TERMINAL BLOCK 7/16 CNTR 20A 2 POS
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X5/8
1
2
7
6
5
Page 40
PART NO
730271
510404
860254
860255
510720
QTY
1
4
1
1
2
ITEM
6
7
8
9
10
PART NO
INSULATOR 2 POLE TERMINAL BLOCK
INSULATOR FAN COVER AMC-20
NUT HEX 8-32 STNLS
WASHER INT STAR SS #8
FAN COVER UPPER AMC-20
461973
461855
510428
510420
461864
10
8 9
3
4
QTY
1
1
1
3
1
PARTS LIST - Figure O - Middle Shelf Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
FAN TUBEAXIAL 106 CFM 4.69 SQ X 1.5 THK
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X3/8
RELAY SOLID STATE 24 TO 280VAC 25 A
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32 X 3/8
CONN JUMPER 7/16 CNTR 3 POS
TERM BLOCK 7/16 CNTR 20A 6 POS
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X5/8
CONN JUMPER 7/16 CNTR 2 POS
CONN TERMINAL BLOCK 7/16 CNTR 20A 2 POS
CONN JUMPER 7/16 CNTR 5 POS
TERM BLOCK 7/16 CNTR 20A 5 POS
11
7
PART NO
540012
510160
800116
510404
860253
860243
510720
860254
860255
860245
860241
10 19
ITEM
QTY
1
12 INSULATOR STRIP AMC-20
1
4
2
4
2
1
8
1
1
2
2
2
13 FTN 1/4 POLY X 1/8MPT POLYTITE
14 FTN PLUG BRASS 1/8 MPT HEXHD CNTRSNK
15 FTN ELBOW 90 1/4POLYX1/8MPT
16 VALVE AIR 3 WAY 2 POS 1/8 FPT 120 PSI
17 C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32X3/4
18 GROMMET 9/16ID X 1/16GROVE
19 GROMMET 7/16ID X 1/16GROVE
20 WASHER FENDER 3/4ODX3/16ID S/S
21 M/S STNLS PHDPHL 8-32 X 7/8
22 NUT NYLOC 8-32 STNLS
23
23 SHELF MIDDLE AMC-20
PART NO
QTY
461972
730117
730341
730120
730591
510506
870236
870235
510445
510601
510411
461751
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
8
9 7
12
14
5
16 17
6 7
3 4
15
20 21 22
18
13
MIDDLE SHELF INSULATION ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. P, Page 41
PARTS LIST - Figure P - Middle Shelf Insulation Assembly
ITEM
INSULATOR BACK MOTOR STABILIZER AMC-20
2 INSULATOR FRONT MOTOR STABILIZER AMC-20
3 INSULATOR MIDDLE PLATE FILL AMC-20
1
1
PART NO
461856
461857
461858
QTY
1
1
1
ITEM
PART NO
INSULATOR MIDDLE SHELF RIGHT REAR AMC-20 461871
5 INSULATOR EXHAUST AMC-20
461861
6 INSULATOR MIDDLE SHELF AMC-20
461763
4
QTY
1
1
1
2
6
5
4
3
Page 41
PARTS LIST - Figure Q - Rear Panel Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
FAN GUARD PLASTIC 4.53X .10 TK
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 8-32X3/4
NUT NYLOC 8-32 STNLS
FAN 115 V AXIAL 106 CFM 4.69 SQ X 1.5 THK
REAR FILTER COVER AMC-20
SCREW CAPTIVE SOUTHCO FAST-LEAD -09
RETAINER PUSH-ON FOR SOUTHCO -09 SCREW
PART NO
540009
510506
510411
540012
461784
510715
510714
POWER OUTLET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. R, Page 42
8
QTY
1
4
4
1
1
4
4
2
3
1
ITEM
8 INSULATION NOISE REAR DOOR AMC-20
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X3/8
10 INSULATOR REAR WALL AMC-20
11 LABEL CHASSIS
12 REAR PANEL MODULAR FRAME AMC-20
9
PART NO
461927
510160
461781
420682-06
461780
QTY
1
14
1
1
1
POWER INLET ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. S, Page 42
9
5
10
4
11
12
6
7
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PARTS LIST - Figure R - Power Outlet Assy
PLATE WALL DUPLEX RECEP 1 GANG GREY
PWR OUTLET DUPLEX 15A HOSP GRADE GREY
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X3/8
PWR OUTLET EURO SCHUKO SNGL RECP CEE-7
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 4-40X3/4
FTN QD CPC PANEL MNT FEM 1/4" BARB
SWITCH ROCKER WHT W/ON OFF IMPRINT
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/8 90D ELBOW
GASKET NYLON #10
PART NO
QTY
850071
840105
510160
840106
510444
730352
830108
730023
730074
1
1
2
2
4
1
1
3
3
ITEM
10 VALVE TOGGLE 2W/2P GRY W/O EX
11 FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/8 BRT/NKL
12 FTN PLUG 10-32 HEX BRT/NKL
13 FTN 10-32 CROSS NICKEL PLTD
14 PLATE VOLTAGE OUTLET DUAL AMC-20
15 HANDLE STNLS 2.60L X .87H X M4 THREAD
16 WASHER INT STAR S/S #8
17 C/S BTNSOC STNLS M4 X 0.7 X 8L
18 FTN 10-32 X 1/8 BARB 90 DEG STNLS
PART NO
730010
730073
730072
730139
461770-01
850075
510420
510717
730537
QTY
2
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2 3
14
4
5
6
10
Page 42
7
15 16 17
18 9
11
13 9
12
8 9
10
PARTS LIST - Figure S - Power Inlet Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
CLIP RETAINING PWR INLET CONNECTOR
PWR ENTRY MODULE ON-OFF 125/250 VAC
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 4-40X1/4
PLATE VOLTAGE SELECTOR AMC-20
NUT NYLOC 4-40 STNLS HEX
LABEL VOLTAGE SELECTOR SWITCH AMC-20CF
SWITCH HIGH INRUSH 16AMP DPDT ON-ON
9
PART NO
860269-01
840100
510016
461772
510394
420615-08
830136
QTY
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
ITEM
8 SHIELD VOLTAGE SELECTOR AMC-20
9
10
11
12
13
PART NO
QTY
461773
CIRCUIT BREAKER 10A THERMAL PANEL MOUNT 830123
CIRCUIT BREAKER 20A THERMAL PANEL MOUNT 830122
WASHER LOCK PUSH-ON CIRCUIT BREAKER
510690
CIRCUIT BREAKER 1 AMP THERMAL PANEL MNT 830138
PLATE POWER INLET DUAL SILKSCREENED
461769-01
12
11
10
1
2
2
4
2
1
4
6 7
8
5
1
2
13
3
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PARTS LIST - Figure T - Waste Tank Assembly
SENSOR ASSY WASTE TANK AMC-20
GASKET AEU-425 AIR BOTTLE
STRAIN RELIEF NUT 3/8 BLK
TUBE WASTE TANK ADAPTOR AMC-20
O-RING 13/16ID X 3/32 CS SILICONE
FTN 1 INCH CTS ELBOW MOD
SPACER 1 INCH CTS ELBOW
TUBING SALIVA EJECT 3/8OD GRY
PART NO
330555
461011
840015
461872
520097
730599-01
461819
AA-86G
QTY
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
9 in.
ITEM
9 FTN QD PLC STRAIGHT MALE 1/4" ACETAL
10 FTN QD PLC PANEL MTNG FEM 1/4" ACETAL
11 FTN QD KENT 1/4 BARB X #2 MALE
12 FTN QD KENT 1/8-27 X #2 FEMALE
13 FTN QD ELBOW 1/2 IN BARB MODIFIED
14 FTN QD CPC PAN MNT FEM1/2" MOD BARB
15 BAFFLE VACUUM BOTTLE AMC-20
16 CANISTER 4 QT POLY W/LID MODIFIED AMC-20
6
PART NO
730515
730516
730492
730491
730355-08
730354-08
461879
730229-06
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
4 5
1 2
3
11
10 2
12
14
16
15
13
9
8
Page 43
PARTS LIST - Figure U - Noise Baffle Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
RIVET BLIND AL/AL 1/8D3/16-1/4
WASHER BLIND RIVET 1/8
NUT NYLOC 4-40 STNLS HEX
WASHER FLAT STNLS #4
BAFFLE NOISE BARRIER AMC-20
CONN TERMINAL BLOCK .315 CNTR 10A 2 POS
PART NO
510170
510198
510394
510192
461911
860244
QTY
ITEM
16
12
4
4
2
1
7 M/S STNLS RNDSLT 2-56X3/4
6
9 INSULATION NOISE BARRIER SIDE AMC-20
10 BAFFLE NOISE RIGHT AMC-20
11 BAFFLE NOISE LEFT AMC-20
12 BAFFLE NOISE MIDDLE AMC-20
3
4
1
2
8
12
9
10 1
PARTS LIST - Figure V - Sound Wall Assembly
1 FTN PUSH-IN ELB 1/2TUBEX3/8MPT VITON
2 CAP FILTER HOLDER AMC-20
3 M/S STNLS PHDPHL 4-40 X 1/2
4 FILTER MEDIA FELT AA-75CF
PART NO
QTY
5 FILTER, 1/4 POLYETHYLENE HIGH FLOW
PART NO
730360
461910
510191
730382
730571
QTY
ITEM
1
1
2
1
3
6 BODY FILTER HOLDER AMC-20
7 ADAPTOR AIR FILTER 1/2 TO 3/8 AMC-20
8 NUT AIR FILTER ADAPTOR AMC-20
9 INSULATOR SOUND WALL AMC-20
10 WALL SOUND BARRIER AMC-20
461909
461759
461760
461756
461755
6
5
4
2
3
10
9
1
7 8
Page 44
1
1
2
1
1
1
5
7
ITEM
QTY
510088
461925
461926
461906
461907
461908
8 INSULATION NOISE BARRIER TOP AMC-20
11
PART NO
1
1
1
1
1
PARTS LIST - Figure W - Waste Shield Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
STRAP CONDUIT 1/2 INCH
EDGING 1/2 X 1/8 VINYL/NITRILE BLK
NUT NYLOC 8-32 STNLS
VALVE FLOW RESTRICTOR 3/8 OD TUBE
CONN JACK 2.1MM RND PLASTIC BLK
TIE WRAP MOUNT 1X1 W/ADH BACK
PART NO
510686
730394
510411
730609
860080
510206
QTY
2
4.35"
4
1
1
2
ITEM
7 M/S STNLS FLAPHL 6-32X3/8
8 NUT NYLOC 6-32 STNLS
9 LABEL WASTE FLOW VALVE AMC-20
10 LABEL WASTE SENSOR AMC-20
11 INSULATION WASTE WALL AMC-20
12 WALL WASTE COMPARTMENT AMC-20
PART NO
QTY
510407
510395
420550-10
420556-07
461920
461742
2
2
1
1
1
1
11
10
12
6 7 8
9
4
1 2 3
5
PARTS LIST - Figure X - Bulkhead Assy
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART NO
FTN QD 1/4FEM X 1/8BARB W/SO
730033
GASKET NYLON #10
730074
FTN ELBOW 90 10-32 X 1/16BARB WHITE NYLON 730011
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/8 BRT/NKL
730073
FTN HOSE MENDER 1/2 ID
730611-01
FTN 1/4 X 1/4 BARB STRAIGHT SS MOD
730558-01
10
1 2
4
9 8
7 8
QTY
2
2
1
1
1
1
ITEM
7
8
9
10
11
12
PEDAL HANDPIECE BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Z, Page 46
CONN TERMINAL BLOCK .315 CNTR 10A 4 POS
M/S STNLS PHDPHL 4-40 X 1/2 SELF THREADING
CONN TERMINAL BLOCK .315 CENTER 10A 2 POS
GROMMET 1/4" NEOPRENE BLK
C/S BTNSOC STNLS 6-32X1/2
BULKHEAD TUBING CONNECTOR PANEL AMC-20
SYRINGE BLOCK ASSEMBLY
SEE FIG. Y, Page 45
PART NO
860250
510723
860244
870185
510036
461699
QTY
2
6
2
1
4
1
11
1 2 3
12
5
6
Page 45
PARTS LIST - Figure Y - Syringe Block Assembly
ITEM
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
2 GASKET NYLON #10
1
PART NO
730062
730074
QTY
4
4
ITEM
3 BLOCK INTERFACE SYRINGE AMC-20
PART NO
QTY
PART NO
QTY
461775
1
1
3
2
PARTS LIST - Figure Z - Pedal Handpiece Block Assembly
ITEM
PART NO
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/8 BRT/NKL
730073
GASKET NYLON #10
730074
3 FTN ELBOW 90 10-32 X 1/16 BARB WHITE NYLON 730011
4 FTN PLUG 10-32 HEX BRT/NKL
730072
1
2
QTY
13
35
3
3
ITEM
FTN 10-32 CROSS NICKEL PLTD
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
7 BLOCK INTERFACE FOOT PEDAL/HANDPIECE
5
6
730139
730062
461774
3
17
1
1 2
5 2
4 2
3 2
7
6 2
PARTS LIST - Figure A-A - Manifold 4-Port Assembly
ITEM
PART NO
FTN ELBOW 90 10-32 X 1/16BARB WHITE NYLON 730011
2 GASKET NYLON #10
730074
3 FTN PLUG 10-32 HEX BRT/NKL
730072
4 FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
730062
1
6 2
Page 46
QTY
5
19
1
6
ITEM
PART NO
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/8 BRT/NKL
6 FTN 10-32 CROSS NICKEL PLTD
7 MANIFOLD MODIFIED 4PORT CMPL
730073
730139
460099-08
5
1 2
7
3 2
5 2
4 2
QTY
5
2
1
PARTS LIST - Figure A-B - Quin Auto Block Assembly
ITEM
PART NO
FTN BARB 10-32 X 1/16 PLATED
2 FTN PLUG 10-32 HEX BRT/NKL
730062
730072
1
ITEM
QTY
3 BLOCK AUTO HPCE CONTROL QUIN
1
3
PART NO
QTY
PART NO
QTY
730621
1
3
2
1
PARTS LIST - Figure A-C - Arms Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
HOLDER AUTO W/LOCKOUT HPCE GRY
HOLDER 1/2D UNIVERSAL GRY
MOUNTING PLATE ROTATING ARMS AMC-20
C/S SOCHD STNLS 1/4-20 X 1-3/4
NUT NYLOC 1/4-20 STNLS HEX
ARM ROTATING SPINDLE TOP AMC-20
WASHER WAVE DISC 2.740 ID X 3.519 OD
ARM ROTATING ACETAL WASHER AMC-20
AA-59G
AA-68G
461736
510692
510296
461696
510673
461698
ITEM
QTY
9 COVER ARM TUBING LEFT AMC-20
7
1
1
3
3
1
2
4
10 M/S PHPHIL 6 X 3/8 PLASTITE 48-2 HARD STEEL
11 COVER ARM TUBING RIGHT AMC-20
12 LABEL HANDPIECE ID LEFT ARM
13 LABEL HANDPIECE ID RIGHT ARM
14 ARM ROTATING STRAIGHT AMC-20
15 ARM ROTATING SEPARATOR PLATE AMC-20
16 ARM ROTATING STEPPED AMC-20
17 SPRING PIN STNL 3/16OD X 5/8L
18 ARM ROTATING SPINDLE BASE AMC-20
6
3
4
7
5
8
17
PART NO
15
18
10
9
461863
510650
461862
420888
420889
461693
461697
461694
510465
461695
1
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
11
2
12
13
1
14
16
Page 47
STERILIZATION AND MAINTENANCE:
Because of its simple design, the Aseptico AMC-20CF
Mobile Dental System requires very little maintenance. Any
maintenance that is needed can be performed in minutes.
PURGING WATER FROM THE SYSTEM:
Purge all water from the system if the unit will be unused for
more than a week or exposed to freezing temperatures. Empty
both water bottles, then reinstall them into their caps. Rotate
open (counter-clockwise) all water coolant knobs (open knobs
fully for fastest purging). Toggle on all instrument holder
switches. Switch on the main power. Toggle on the bottle pressure switch. Purge all water lines simultaneously or one at a
time: Hold handpieces and scaler over a basin while holding
the flush toggle switch in the on position until all water is
purged from the lines with air. Finally, hold the water syringe
over the basin and hold down the water button until all water
is purged from the line with air.
HANDPIECES:
Flush the handpiece for about 5 seconds Fig. 122
after every patient and about 20 seconds at
the beginning of each day. NOTE: The flush
valve is located on the control panel, on the
right side of the unit. When sterilizing handpieces, follow the instructions provided by
the handpiece manufacturer. IMPORTANT! Protect motor from excess oil draining from handpiece. After lubricating and before autoclaving,
stand handpiece by its base on a paper towel and allow excess
oil to drain (see Fig. 122).
MOTOR & CORD ASSEMBLY:
The entire AE-240 motor
Fig. 123 - MOTOR & CORD
and cord assembly is fully
STERILIZATION
autoclavable.
Steam
autoclave
motor/cord
assembly at 132° C (270°
F) for 10 minutes.
Loosely coil the motor
cord when autoclaving.
The entire motor & cord
Avoid sharply bending
assembly is steam autothe cord when autoclaving.
clavable.
Alternatively, wipe down
the motor cord with disinfecting solution, and/or sleeve the
cord between each patient.
ELECTRIC MOTOR O-RINGS:
Replace electric motor O-rings when worn or damaged (see
Fig. 124). Gently peel old O-rings out of grooves and replace
with new rings (PN 520069). Occasionally apply non-toxic
(preferably containing PTFE) lubricant to O-rings to maintain
flexibility.
MOTOR LED LENS Fig. 124
CLEANING:
The lens of the
LED light on the
motor (see Fig.
124) should not
be exposed to
LED
dust and debris.
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O-Rings
(3)
Excessive dust and debris may cause a drastic decrease in
optical output. In the event that the light requires cleaning,
first try a gentle swabbing, using a lint-free swab. If needed, use a lint-free swab and isopropyl alcohol to gently
remove dirt from the lens. Do not use other solvents as
they may adversely react with the LED assembly.
WARNING
• Do not attempt to disassemble the motor or motor
connector.
• Do not oil or lubricate the motor.
• Do not attach a handpiece to the motor while the
motor is running.
• Do not bend motor cord sharply.
Failure to comply with any of the above instructions
may void your warranty
CAUTION:
The AEU-5000 Motor is sensitive to shock. Do not
drop or impact motor against a hard surface
CAUTION FOR ALL STERILIZATION:
• Do not exceed 135° C or 275° F
• Do not submerge in any solutions
• Do not use ultrasonic cleaners
GENERAL CLEANING:
The external surfaces of the chassis should be cleaned using
a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent solution. Any
external surfaces of the unit that are contacted during use
should be wiped down with a soft cloth moistened with a disinfectant at the beginning of each day and between each
patient use.
WATER LINES:
Disinfect the water lines weekly. Prepare a 1:10 bleach
solution (1 part household bleach to 10 parts water).
Purge all water lines (see page 16, Purging Water From the
System). Fill water bottles with bleach solution. Run
bleach solution through all lines. Allow bleach solution
to stand in lines for 10 minutes but no longer:
Immediately remove water bottles and discard the
bleach, then flush water bottles and all lines thoroughly
with clean water. Purge all water lines with air and leave
dry until next clinical use.
CAUTION:
Do not run saline solutions through the water system -- saline will corrode the water filters.
VACUUM SYSTEM:
The HVE and saliva ejector valves are fully autoclavable.
Remove the valves from the hoses before autoclaving. The
vacuum hoses should not be autoclaved. Clean hoses with a
disinfectant solution using standard vacuum tube cleaning
procedures.
AIR TANK PURGE:
Routinely purge the air tank once a day to remove condensation from the air storage tank.
WASTE REMOVAL:
Routinely drain the waste container once a day (see Waste
System on page 3 for step-by-step instructions). Since the
unit uses a filtered amalgam separator, no settlement time
is required before draining the waste tank.
UNIT AIR INTAKE FILTER:
Check the filter assembly located in the rear of the unit
(behind the louvered panel - see Fig. 125) weekly to see if
the filter elements are collecting dust. Clean both primary
and secondary filters with compressed air. Ensure that the
filters are completely dry before replacing.
3-WAY AIR/WATER SYRINGE:
FIG. 125
Depress the right button for air operation, and the left
button for water operation. Depressing both buttons will
create a mist. The syringe features quick-change autoclavable tips: To remove a tip, press on the locking collar
surrounding the tip socket and pull the used tip straight
out of the socket (Fig. 126). To insert a new tip, press
locking collar and push tip into socket as far as it will go.
Release ring and gently tug on tip before using to ensure
that tip is securely locked into socket.
Syringe Tip Sterilization:
FIG. 126
DEPRESS
LOCKING COLLAR
1) Remove contaminated syringe tip.
2) Remove all visible signs of contamination before
autoclaving.
3) Autoclave tip at 132° C (270° F) for ten minutes.
4) Sterilize between each patient use.
NOTE: Since only the tips can be autoclaved, it is recommended that the air/water syringe be bagged with a disposable, single-use plastic sleeve between each patient
use.
ULTRASONIC SCALER:
(Refer to ultrasonic scaler instructions for use, supplied separately.)
The Scaler Handpiece Cover and Instrument Tips are
fully autoclavable. Disinfect and clean the Cover and Tips
before autoclaving. Autoclave at a maximum temperature
of 135° C (275° F) for 10 minutes or 120° C (248° F) for 20
minutes.
Wipe off the Scaler Handpiece and it’s silicone hose with
a soft cloth. Use a 45% isopropyl and detergent solution.
DO NOT IMMERSE the handpiece in any fluid or spray
any fluid directly on the handpiece.
CURING LIGHT:
(Refer to curing light instructions for use, Sunlite Lazer model,
supplied separately. Sunlite Lazer is a product of Kinetic
Instruments, Inc.)
The Curing Probe is fully autoclavable. Detach Probe by
pressing quick disconnect button on side of handle. Clean
Probe with disinfectant then autoclave at 135°C (275°F)
for 20 minutes minimum. Clean and sterilize Probe
between each patient use. NOTE: The Lamp Module (the
section that seats into the tubing connector) is NOT autoclavable.
WARNING:
Avoid looking directly into curing light. Protect
patient with darkened eyewear when using light
probe near patient's eyes.
MOTOR/CORD RECEPTACLE O-RINGS
The O-rings for the three water/air ports in the
motor/cord receptacle should be replaced if damaged or
worn. Use the provided O-ring installer pin and sleeve to
replace the O-rings:
1. Remove old O-ring FIG. 127
from water or air port
fitting.
2. Slide new O-ring
over pointed end of
INSTALLER
installer pin, onto the
PIN
pin’s shank (see
FIG. 128
Figure 127).
3. Insert pointed end
of installer pin into
open end of installer
sleeve until O-ring
stops against end of
tool.
INSTALLER
PIN
INSTALLER
SLEEVE
4. Position concave FIG. 129
end of installer pin
against
end
of
water/air port fitting WATER/AIR
FITTING
(see Figure 128).
O-RING
O-RING
O-RING
5. Push installer sleeve
inward, until new Oring seats into groove on fitting (see Figure 129).
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem:
Correction:
Unit starts but trips circuit breakers
Check source circuit to see if it is a minimum of 15A.
NOTE: Operating the unit off an extension cord is not recommended.
Unit will not start
No water pressure
Insufficient vacuum
Insufficient handpiece operation
No water to handpiece
No coolant air to handpiece
Check system power connection.
Check voltage selector switch for proper voltage.
Check circuit breakers.
Check if waste tank sensor is connected.
Check if waste tank is full.
Check water bottle for water level and verify that cap is tight.
Check that water bottle pressure toggle is in the ‘On’ position.
Check vacuum hose assemblies for blockage.
Check amalgam collector for blockage.
Check that the waste container lid is properly seated and tightly secured.
Check the pressure gauge on the front of the cabinet and ensure that sufficient air is being
delivered to the handpiece.
Check that handpiece tubing is untangled and not crimped.
Check handpiece connection for missing gasket.
Check that the toggle on the foot control is to the ‘On’ position.
Check that the control valve to the selected handpiece is open.
Check that the toggle is in the ‘On’ position.
Check that the flow control valve is open.
Waste pump is not working
Check to see if the amalgam separator is clogged by replacing it with the by-pass filter.
Electric motor control panel does not light
up when on:
Press Standby button on electric motor console front panel.
Electric motor slowing down or sluggish:
Check for dirty, under-lubricated handpiece.
Check if handpiece lubricant is draining into motor.
After lubricating and before autoclaving, stand handpiece on its base to let excess lubricant
drain out.
Unit is turning On and Off
Waste tank is full.
Electric motor control panel lights up when
turned on, but handpiece does not turn:
Check motor plug connection.
Depress foot switch.
Increase Speed.
Increase Torque setting
Check that a file is properly seated in the handpiece and the latch is closed.
Amalgam by-pass filter leaks:
Electric handpiece motor light does not
turn on:
DETACHABLE PARTS LIST
ITEM
CANISTER VACUUM WASTE 4 QUART MODIFIED
WASTE HOSE ASSEMBLY
AMALGAM SEPARATOR MOD
CONTAINER BYPASS AMALGAM SEPARATOR
HANDPIECE CURING LIGHT
BOTTLE 1000ml ZIRC KIT
LINECORD US HOSPITAL GREY 15A/125V 10 FT
LINECORD EURO BLACK 15A/250V 2.5 M
AUXILIARY ARM MOBILE DENTAL CART AMC-20
CANISTER CENTRAL VACUUM GRAY
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Check that the O-rings are properly installed onto ends of fittings.
Press illumination button to turn On.
Increase light intensity setting.on control panel
PART NO
730229-06
330673
730595-01
730615
730624
730631-01
840101
840102
AA-20A
AA-290
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
ITEM
VALVE DELUXE UNIVERSL AUTOCLAVBLE QD HVE
VALVE SAL/EJECT AUTOCLAVABLE LEVER
TRAY STAINLESS RITTER 13-11/16 X 9-13/16 X 3/4
MOTOR ASSEMBLY W/ SHORT CABLE
SCALER TIP THIN SUBGINGIVAL
SCALER TIP SLIM UNIVERSAL
SCALER TIP POWER UNIVERSAL
SYRINGE TIP AUTOCLAVABLE
SYRINGE 3-WAY AIR/WATER QUICK CHANGE TIP
PART NO
AA-35LAPW
AA-37LAPW
AA-50
AE-240SC-40
ASC-10-PE37
ASC-10-PE38
ASC-10-PE39
TA-1
TA-90D
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
FINAL INSPECTION AND TESTING - Procedure for Aseptico AMC-20CF - F-4.10-02-A
(Testing specs subject to change. Refer to latest Schematic
sprays from handpiece outlet in a uniform spray. Adjust
Drawing Set, PN 420872, sheets 31 & 32 for updates.)
water coolant flow valve from minimum to maximum flow
EXAMINATION FOR DEFECTS:
to verify proper function. Turn the water coolant switch
"OFF". Operate handpiece and verify that water coolant
• Unit design, construction, operation, and performance not
shuts off. Repeat this procedure for all highspeed(wet)
as specified.
handpiece controls. To test the anti- retraction feature of
• Hardware components such as pins, screws and fasteners
the water coolant, connect a 15.2 cm (6.0 inches) long tube,
missing, broken or otherwise damaged.
0.159 cm (.063 inches)inside diameter to the fitting where
• Finish not as specified.
the water tube to the handpiece coupling is normally
• Damage or defects on exterior or interior surfaces present.
attached. With the test hose in vertical position and the
• Plating missing which effects function. Plating not free
opening facing upward, operate the foot control with the
from blisters, peeling, visible porosity, or other defects.
coolant water on, then shut off the water flow by releasing
• Any component fractured, broken punctured, torn, bowed,
the foot control. The meniscus of the water in the test hose
deteriorated, or malformed. Any component misplaced or
must not recede more than 2 cm (0.8 inches) below the
not in proper alignment.
opening of the hose.
• Fastening device requiring loosening or removal is swaged,
peened, staked, or otherwise permanently fastened, comD. Performance Test. (Drive Air):
ponents missing.
Attach a dental high speed, and low speed handpiece to the
• Components do not fit or mate properly.
hose connectors. Run the highspeed handpiece until such
• Interface fits between components not proper (too loose;
time that the compressor turns on to replenish the air stortoo tight/binding).
age tank. At this time before the tank is replenished, adjust
• Components not free from defects.
the running pressure to 32 psi required. Run the lowspeed
• Removable components cannot be removed or replaced
handpiece until such time that the compressor turns on to
without difficulty.
replenish the air storage tank. At this time before the tank
• Components not properly assembled or aligned.
is replenished, adjust the running pressure to 45 psi
• Components do not store or remove from case without difrequired.
ficulty.
E. Performance Test. (Suction):
• Handpieces and air hoses when stored coming in contact
Attach both the high vacuum and saliva ejector hoses to the
with sharp metal edges or surfaces.
test fixtures. With the vacuum assist on verify that the high
• Coarse machine, tool or die marks present.
vacuum is at least 4.6 SCFM at 4 in Hg and the saliva is 1.0
• Surface not clean, not free of foreign matter, flux or other
SCFM at 1.5 in Hg simultaneous.
defects.
• Damage or defects on exterior or interior surface present.
F. Auxiliary Outlet:
• Operating instructions not provided.
With the unit on verify that 110V is present at the outlet in
• Service data not provided.
the rear of the instrument.
• Identification markings not present, not complete, not
G. Waste Tank Shutoff and Removal:
permanent, not correct.
Vacuum in water until the unit shuts off the compressor.
• Total unit weight not specified
Attach the waste hose to the rear of the unit and turn on
SETTING UP THE UNIT:
the waste pump switch. Adjust the waste flow valve and verFill water bottles with tap water. Set the voltage selector
ify that the flow rate changes accordingly. See Waste System
switch to 110V. Attach the 110VAC cable to the unit and
on page 3 for step-by-step instructions.
110VAC, 60Hz power supply. (Refer to para. H when setH. Water Selector Toggle
ting up unit for 220V testing.)
Empty one of the water bottles. Place the toggle valve to
A. Operation Test:
the water bottle that is full and verify that water comes out.
Attach a dental high speed, and low speed handpiece to
Toggle the valve to the empty water bottle and allow
the hose connectors. Provide necessary utilities to attach
enough time to purge the line to verify that the system is
the saliva ejector mouthpiece and high volume evacuator
drawing from the empty water bottle.
tip. Provide 80-100 psi compressed air and necessary water
I. Test the 220V operation:
utilities to the unit input. The handpiece control, fiber
Set the voltage switch to 220V and attach appropriate cable.
optic lighting system(opt.), oral evacuation, the three-way
Attach the unit to the 220V outlet and run the instrument.
syringe, self contained water systems, curing lights and
Verify that 220V is present at the European outlets.
scaler shall be tested by operating each for two minutes
J. AEU-5000 Remote Mount Test:
and then turning them off for one minute. Repeat this proRefer to Schematic Drawing Set, PN 420872, page 32 for
cedure several times, the unit shall be disassembled and
test instructions on the AEU-5000 electric motor assembly.
stored in the carrying case without any difficulty.
B. Foot Control Accuracy Test:
Operate a handpiece at a medium speed by means of the foot
control. Increase and decrease the speed by 5 psi (0.35 kgs/cm)
increments by varying the pressure on the foot control.
C. Water Coolant Test:
Attach a dental highspeed handpiece to the highspeed
hose connector(s). Turn the water coolant switch "ON".
Operate handpiece until such time that coolant water
K. High Pot Tests:
Refer to Schematic Drawing Set, PN 420872, page 33 for
setup instructions and testing parameters for ground bond
and dielectric withstand tests.
L. Serial Number:
Ensure that the instrument has one serial number label
attached under the top cover in the rear left side.
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Required Tools List
Allen Wrenches:
1/16"
5/64"
3/32"
1/8"
5/32"
3/16"
1/4"
5/8"
3/4" (Qty: 2)
13/16"
22mm
7/8"
27mm
1-1/16"
Screwdrivers:
3/64" Standard
#1 Phillips
#2 Phillips
Socket Wrenches:
5/16"
7/16"
1/2"
Combination Wrenches:
1/4"
5/16"
11/32"
7/16"
1/2"
9/16" (Qty: 2)
Electrical Tools:
Wire Stripper
Crimp Tool
Molex EDP#11-01-0203E
SYMBOL DEFINITIONS:
Type B Equipment
Type BF Equipment
Attention, consult
accompanying documents
Dangerous Voltage
Alternating current
Do Not Throw In Trash
Air Coolant Control
Handpiece Water Coolant Control
Air Coolant ON/OFF Toggle
OR
Flush Toggle
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IPX1
SN
Protective earth (ground)
Protect Against Dripping Water
Serial Number
Footswitch
On/Off Switch - Auxillary
On/Off Switch - Mains
Bottle Pressure Release Toggle
Bottle Select Toggle
Manufacturer
Authorized European
Representative
Atmospheric Pressure Limitation
Motor Direction
Temperature Limitation
Light Controls
Humidity Limitation
SPECIFICATIONS
Cart Size: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.5” W x 30.0” L x 36.5” H
(56.69 cm x 76.20 cm x 92.71 cm)
Shipping Case Size: . . . . . . . . .36.0” W x 34.0” L x 52.0” H
(91.44 cm x 86.36 cm x 132.08 cm)
Cart Weight: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .158 lbs (71.66 kg)
Shipping Case Weight: . . . . . . .210 lbs (95.25 kg)
Power Source: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AC Dual Voltage
Manual-Switching
110V / 220V at 60Hz / 50Hz
Power Rating: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,620 W at 60 Hz, or 1,920 W at
50 Hz @110V
1,725 W at 60 Hz, or 1,437.5 W at
50 Hz @220V
Circuit Breakers: . . . . . . . . . . .20 Amps for 110V
10 Amps for 220V
1 Amps for isolated 110V & 220V
Operating Pressure: . . . . . . . . .80 PSI (551.58 kPa)
High Volume Vacuum: . . . . . . .6.6 SCFM @ 0” Hg (186.9 liters/min @ 0 cm Hg)
5.9 SCFM @ 0” Hg w/Low Vol. open (167.1 liters/min @ 0 cm Hg)
6.0 SCFM @ 4” Hg (169.9 liters/min @ 10.2 cm Hg)
4.8 SCFM @ 4” Hg w/Low Vol. open (135.9 liters/min @ 10.2 cm Hg)
Low Volume Vacuum: . . . . . . . .2.3 SCFM @ 1.5” Hg (65.1 liters/min @ 3.8 cm Hg)
1.5 SCFM @ 1.5” Hg w/High Vol. open (42.5 liters/min @ 3.8 cm Hg)
Simultaneous Vacuum: . . . . . . .High @ 4” Hg = 5.1 SCFM (144.4 liters/min @ 10.2 cm Hg)
Low @ 1.5” Hg = 1.4 SCFM (39.6 liters/min @ 3.8 cm Hg)
Vacuum/Compressor Pump: . .115 PSI (7.92 bar), 2 HP Oilless Compressor
1.6 SCFM @ 100 PSI (45.3 liters/min @ 6.89 bar)
Water Bottle Capacity: . . . . . . .67.8 fl. oz. (2.0 liters)
Air Storage Capacity: . . . . . . . .1.93 gal.(7.3 liters) nominal
Air Storage Pressure: . . . . . . . .110 PSI (7.58 bar)
Water Flow: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.07 fl. oz./min (0.15 liter/min)
Waste Tank Capacity: . . . . . . . .1.08 gal. (4.08 liters)
Noise Level: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 dBA @ 3’4” (1 meter)
20CF Cart Duty Cycle: . . . . . . . Continuous
Compressor Duty Cycle: . . . . . 33% (5 minutes ON / 10 minutes OFF) when operating at 50 Hz
Electric Motor Duty Cycle: . . . 17% (1 minute On / 5 minutes OFF)
Environmental Conditions:
Operating Temperature: 10° to 54° C (50° to 130° F)
Transport/Storage Temperature: -40° to 71° C (-40° to 160° F)
Relative Humidity:
10 to 95% non-condensing
Altitude:
0 to 3048 meters (0 to 10,000 feet)
OPERATING
TEMPERATURE
10°C
(50°F)
54°C
(130°F)
TRANSPORT &
STORAGE
TEMPERATURE
-40°C
(-40°F)
71°C
(160°F)
10%
CONFORMS TO UL STD 60601-1; CERTIFIED TO CSA STD C22.2 NO. 601.1
95%
697
hPa
1013.3
hPa
IMPORTANT
When running the AMC-20CF
unit at 50Hz, expect approximately 17% less vacuum and
pressure volume due to slower
turning of the compressor.
NOTE
With regard to setting the
handpieces pressure,
'kgcm2' and 'bar' are equivalent.
This device has been tested and found to comply with the emissions requirements of
IEC 60601-1-2:2001-09. These requirements provide reasonable protection against
harmful electromagnetic interference in a typical medical installation. However, high levels of radio-frequency (RF) emissions from electrical devices, such as cellular phones,
may disrupt the performance of this device. To mitigate disruptive electromagnetic interference, position this device away from RF transmitters and other sources of electromagnetic energy.
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WARRANTY
Aseptico warrants its products against defects in material or workmanship for a period of two (2) years,
from date of original invoice. Some handpieces are warranted for one year under the same conditions.
Other handpieces and expendable components, such as air turbines and light bulbs, are covered by shorter warranty periods, or have no warranty. Aseptico's sole obligation under product warranty is (at its
sole option and discretion) to repair or replace any defective component or product in part or whole.
Aseptico shall be the sole arbiter of such action.
In the event of alleged defect under warranty, the purchaser is to notify Aseptico's Customer Service
Department promptly. Customer Service will provide instructions, usually directing that the product be
returned for service. Shipment to Aseptico and the cost thereof is always the responsibility of the purchaser.
Accidental misuse, inappropriate installation, or failure to perform directed maintenance voids the warranty. Deliberately defacing, modifying, or removing the serial number voids the warranty.
Aseptico does not assume, under this warranty, any risks or liabilities arising from the clinical use of its
products, whether or not such use involves coincidental utilization of products manufactured by others.
REPAIRS
Aseptico repairs carry a ninety (90) day limited warranty against defects in material and workmanship.
This warranty pertains only to the specific repair. Any new and different defect in materials or workmanship will be treated as a new repair. If the product is not covered under warranty, Aseptico offers Repair
Services for a fee.
For Further Service And/Or Technical Assistance Contact:
P.O. Box 1548 • Woodinville, WA 98072-1548
1-800-426-5913 • 425-487-3157 • Fax: 425-487-2608
email: [email protected] • Internet: www.aseptico.com
P/N: 420825
Rev. J
ECO 13699
09/2015
PRINTED IN THE USA
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