INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE SERVICE MANUAL

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE SERVICE MANUAL
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
SERVICE MANUAL
To avoid personal injury or damage to bed,
please read all sections pertaining to
your bed model before use.
ETL/UL/CSA APPROVED
UL 60601-1
IEC 60601-2-38
CSA 22.2 601.1
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Zenith 5000 Service Manual 999-0856-190A
This service manual covers the following Zenith 5000 Models:
76” & 80” Full Electric with Low Roll Caster System & Grid Decks = ZG58174;
Basic American Medical Products
336 Trowbridge Drive
Fond du Lac, WI 54937
For Zenith 5000 Bed Service Parts please contact
our Customer Service Department at
1-800-365-2338
GF Health Products, Inc.
2935A Northwest Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30360
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To order a Zenith 5000 Bed please contact a
Graham Field Sales Representative at
1-800-554-9215
IMPORTANT NOTICE
GF Health Products, Inc. is not responsible for typographical errors.
All illustrations, specifications, packaging, and warranties contained in this Service Manual
are based on the latest product information available at the time of printing.
The most current product information can be found online at www.grahamfield.com.
Please check all parts for shipping damage and test before using.
In case of damage, DO NOT USE.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety & Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
ID/Warning Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 - 6
Entrapment/Compliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Features & Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Unpacking Your New Bed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Assembly - Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Plugging in Your Staff Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Standard Mattress Retainers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Standard Wireform Wallsaver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Wallsaver Adapter for Trendelenberg Positions . . . . . . .14
Operations/Controllers & Staff Control . . . . . . . . . .15 - 16
Placing the Bed into the Chair Position . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Using Trendelenberg/Reverse Trendelenberg . . . . . . . .18
Electronic Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Electrical Cabling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 - 22
Optional Pivot Assist Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Optional Trapeze Support Adaptor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Optional Battery Backup Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Troubleshooting - No Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Troubleshooting - Staff Control & Pendant . . . . . . . 26 - 27
Troubleshooting Motors/Control Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Replacing the Staff Control Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Maintenance & Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Replacement/Service Part List
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 - 32
Service Part Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 - 36
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Consult
Accompanying
Documents
Safe
Working
Load
Double
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Grounded
Device
Type B
Equipment &
Applied Parts
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IMPORTANT SAFETY AND WARNING INFORMATION
!
This product is a variable height, adjustable mattress
platform, which will provide comfort and convenience
for residents/patients and caregivers in long term
care settings.
!
The MAXIMUM SAFE WORKING LOAD for the
Zenith 5000 Bed with weight evenly distributed,
including bedding, resident/patient, support surface,
and all accessories, is 500 lbs.
!
NEVER operate the bed if a Power Cord or Plug is
damaged or not working properly. Contact qualified
Service Personnel for examination and repair. Always
unplug the Power Cord when performing any maintenance on the bed.
!
DO NOT open assemblies such as the Actuators, Hand
Control, or Control Box. If unauthorized personnel
perform work on these components, the manufacturer’s
warranty becomes void.
!
DO NOT use unauthorized parts, accessories, or
adaptors other than those specified/authorized by
GF Health Products, Inc.
!
When operating the High/Low, Knee, or Back Functions
of the bed, ALWAYS ensure that the confined individual
is positioned properly within the confines of the bed.
DO NOT let any extremities protrude over the side or
between the bed rails when performing these functions.
!
DO NOT lower the bed when objects are beneath it.
Failure to inspect under the bed can result in damage
to property or personal injury.
!
The bed’s Pendant Cord MUST BE ROUTED AND
SECURED PROPERLY to ensure it does not become
entangled and eventually severed during use. Also
make sure all electrical cords DO NOT get tangled
around the bed, side rails, or legs during transport or
normal operation of the bed.
!
When using nasal- or masked-type administering
equipment, all oxygen or air tubing MUST BE ROUTED
AND SECURED PROPERLY to ensure that the tubing
does not become entangled and eventually severed
during the normal operation of the bed.
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The bed should ALWAYS be left in its lowest position
when unattended to reduce the risk of injury while getting
in or out of the bed.
!
Keep all moving parts free of obstructions (i.e. blankets/
sheets, heating blankets/pads, wiring, etc.)
!
!
!
!
DO NOT use the assist devices as push handles for moving
the bed. Assist devices can be deformed or broken if
excessive side pressure is exerted. Assist devices are not
meant for patients considered as high risks for entrapment
(i.e. patients with pre-existing conditions such as
confusion, restlessness, lack of muscle control, altered
mental status, either organic or medicinal, or a combination thereof). Additional safety measures should be
considered for such high-risk patients.
NEVER permit more than one (1) person on/in the bed
at any time.
Body weight should be evenly distributed over the
sleeping surface of the bed. DO NOT allow the patient
to lay, sit, or lean in such a way that their entire body
weight is placed only on the raised head or foot sections
of the bed. This especially applies when repositioning
or transferring a patient in or out of the bed. Increased
risk may occur when the patient’s size and/or weight are
inappropriate for the bed’s dimensions or weight capacity.
The bed is intended for use, storage, and transport within
a temperature range of -40˚C to +60˚C. It has a waterresistance rating of IPX4 and IS NOT to be powerwashed or submersed.
operating Conditions
Operation of the bed is based on the following conditions:
Ambient Temperature of +10˚C to +40˚C; Relative Humidity
of 30% to 75% (Non-condensing); Atmospheric Pressure of
700hPa to 1060hPa; and a Splash Protection of IEC 60529.
storage
Storage of the bed is based on the following conditions:
Ambient Temperature of -10˚C to 70˚C; Relative Humidity
of 10% to 100%; and an Atmospheric Pressure of 500hPa
to 1060hPa.
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
RFI influences most electronic equipment. Caution should be
exercised with regard to the use of portable communications
equipment in the area around such equipment. If RFI causes
erratic behavior, shut the bed off immediately. Leave it off
while the transmission is in progress.
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TYPICAL APS 5000 BED IDENTIFICATION LABELS
with Grounded Electrical Cable
ETL
Logo
MODEL NO
GF HEALTH
PRODUCTS, INC.
805-0000-000000
MFG. DATE
12/23/11
VOLT HZ AMP TYPE
110-120 50/60 4.5 AC
DUTY CYCLE - 2 min Continuous/18 min
MODE OF OPERATION - Intermittent
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= 500 lbs
SAFE WORKING LOAD
SERIAL NO
IPX4
000000000000
BASIC AMERICAN MEDICAL
SERIAL NO.
ZG58174
MFG DATE
12/23/11
Zenith Full Electric Grid Bed
000000000000
Patent Pending
Bed labels are an important part of
identifying your bed’s make and model
when ordering replacement parts. The
Serial Number is essential if you are
claiming parts or service under warranty.
These helpful labels can be located on
the main frame rails, immediately below
the sleep decks on either side of the bed.
Please have this IMPORTANT information ready when calling our customer
service or technical support staff at
800-365-2338; it will allow us to better
assist you and quickly answer your
questions and concerns.
TYPICAL SAFETY/WARNING BED LABELS
The following warning labels have been placed on your bed to help protect you and your bed from
damage. Please do not remove any labels from your bed.
WARNING!
DO NOT LOWER BED WHEN OBJECTS ARE
BENEATH BED. FAILURE TO INSPECT UNDER
BED CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO PROPERTY
OR PERSONAL INJURY.
ATTENTION:
S’assurer de ne pas faire descendre le lit
lorsque des objets se trouvent sous le lit. Ne
pas inspecter le dessous du lit pourrait entrainer
des dommages materiels et des risques de
blessures.
CAUTION
THIS BED IS SUITABLE FOR USE ONLY WITH
OXYGEN ADMINISTERING EQUIPMENT OF
THE NASAL OR MASK TYPE OR A TENT
COVERING ONLY THE UPPER HALF (HEAD
END) OF THE BED. OXYGEN TENT CANOPIES
SHOULD NOT EXTEND BELOW BED SPRING
LEVEL. LOCK HAND CONTROL AT FOOT OF
BED WHEN USING OXYGEN ADMINISTERING
EQUIPMENT.
ATTENTION:
WARNING!
DO NOT LOWER BED WHEN
OBJECTS ARE BENEATH BED.
FAILURE TO INSPECT UNDER
BED CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE
TO PROPERTY OR PERSONAL
INJURY.
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CE LIT PEUT ETRE UTILISE UNIQUEMENT
AVEC UN EQUIPMENT DESTINE A
L’ADMINISTRATION D’OXYGENE DE TYPE
NASAL OU MASQUE OU AVEC UNE TENTE
RECOUVRANT SEULEMENT LA MOTTIE
AVENT (TETE) DU LIT. LES COTES DE LAS
TENTE OXYGENE NE DOIVENT PAS SE
PROLONGER PLUS DAS QUE LA SOMMIER
DU LIT.
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ENTRAPMENT & COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
On March 10, 2006, the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) released long-awaited guidelines for reducing the risk
of bed entrapment: “Hospital Bed System Dimensional and
Assessment Guidance to Reduce Entrapment”. The new Guidance
identifies potential entrapment areas and those body parts most
at risk for entrapment; provides design criteria for manufacturers
of new hospital/convalescent beds; recommends particular test
methods to assess the conformance of existing hospital/convalescent bed systems; and answers frequently-asked questions
about entrapment issues.
It is also essential to have the correct bed components/accessories that correspond with the needs of your patient/resident
and the particular bed you have purchased. Matching the correct
bed component that correlates with the regulatory guidelines can
be a daunting task. Our sales team at GF Health Products, Inc.
and our friendly Customer Service Representatives at Basic
American Medical Products can help you sift through the wide
array of compliance and bed options. We will help you determine
which bed/bed part is best for your patient’s/resident’s particular
needs and help you with your compliance issues.
The new Guidance was a result of a long-standing collaboration
between the FDA and the Hospital Bed Safety Workgroup
(HBSW), formed in 1999. GF Health Products, Inc’s LongTerm Care Bed division: Basic American Medical Products, is
an HBSW charter member. As a result of our commitment to
product safety, all our current long-term care beds have been
strictly tested and conform to the new FdA Guidance.
the Zenith 5000 bed and accessories listed in this
manual are in full compliance with FdA guidelines
for reducing the risk of bed entrapment: “Hospital
Bed System Dimensional and Assessment Guidance
to Reduce Entrapment”.
The guidelines set forth by the FDA Guidance layout specific
dimensional limitations on potentially injury-threatening gaps
and spaces that can occur between bed system components,
such as rails, when not properly installed. GF Health Products,
Inc. and Basic American Medical Products have conformed
to these guidelines from a manufacturing aspect. However,
entrapment issues can often arise when a healthcare provider/
facility has not correctly assembled the components on a bed.
It is essential that the provider/facility fully understand their
responsibility in complying to the guidelines set forth by the
FDA in order to avoid injury. To that end, we have provided
the FDA’s web address at right as a resource for understanding
and following these guidelines for the safety of patients/residents.
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ZENITH 5000 MECHANICS
NOTE: All dimensions are in a range of +/- .25 inches
• Overall 76” Bed Length (w/brds & wallsaver) . . . 81.75”
• Overall 80” Bed Length (w/brds & wallsaver) . . . 85.75”
• Overall Bed Width (with boards) . . . . . . . . . . . 36.00”
• High Height* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.00”
• Low Height* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.00”
• Maximum Head/Back Deck Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . 70°
• Maximum Knee/Foot Deck Angle . . . . . . . . . . . . 30°
• Maximum Safe Working Load . . . . . . . . . . . 500 lbs.
WITH WEIGHT EVENLY DISTRIBUTED
- includes bedding, resident, support surface,
and all accessories.
• Mass of bed (without assist devices or boards) = 204 lbs.
* Bed height calculated from floor surface to
top of sleep deck.
ZENITH 5000 ELECTRICAL
• Power/Frequency . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Volt 50/60 Hz
• Max. Amperage Draw at 120V . . . . . . . . . 4.50 Amps
• Output Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12/33V
• Control Circuitry Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5W
• Water Resistance Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IPX4
• Classification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class I, Type B
• Electrical Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . #18 AWG 3 Conductor
Type SJT
• Mode of Operations
. . . . . . . . .10% Max. Duty Cycle
2 minutes on/18 minutes off
• Internal Battery Backup Replacement
. . . 9V Battery
(Note: Ilcon External Battery Pack and Charger can be
purchased separately as an accessory - see page 20.
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UNPACKING YOUR BED
• Make sure all parts/components are included.
• Check all bed components for obvious damage.
• Inspect the Power Supply Cord for any cuts
and/or damage.
• Check to see all actuator/motor cables are routed
and connected properly to the control box.
DISCARD
1. Large Foam Blocks
2. Large Cable Tie - CUT
3. Notched 2 x 4 Board
4. Foam Wrapping
5. End Caps with Foam
6. Notched Leg Foam
7. Small Cable Tie - CUT
12. Cable Tie on Bundle
KEEP
8. Wireform Wallsaver
9. Two Mattress Retainers
10. Service Manual/Documents
11. Power Cord, Pendant, and
Pendant Holster bundle
NOTE: END OF POWER CABLE
IS COILED FOR SHIPPING AND
TIED, WITH CABLE TIE, TO GRID
WIRE ALONG WITH PENDANT,
PENDANT CABLE & HOLSTER.
Cut and
discard
cable tie.
ALSO
DISCARD TOP
AND BOTTOM
CARTONS
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HEAD- AND FOOTBOARD ASSEMBLY
1. HEADBOARD INSTALLATION
2. FOOTBOARD INSTALLATION
• The headboard comes with four pre-installed
inserts - consider this the inside of the board.
• The footboard comes with four pre-installed
inserts - consider this the outside of the board.
• Position 2 mounting tubes on the outside of
the headboard with “L” facing inward.
• Position 2 mounting tubes on the inside of the
footboard with “L” facing outward.
• Align the top hole of the mounting tubes with
the top holes in the headboard.
• Align the top hole of the mounting tubes with
the top holes in the footboard.
• Insert a 40mm hex drive bolt through each of
the top holes and bottom holes and screw into
each insert. Tighten with the Hex Allen wrench
included in your kit.
• Insert a 40mm hex drive bolt through each of
the top holes and bottom holes and screw into
each insert. Tighten with the Hex Allen wrench
included in your kit.
• Slide the “L” portions of the Mounting tubes
into the hollow ends of the main frame rails,
at the head deck end.
• Slide the “L” portions of the Mounting tubes
into the hollow ends of the main frame rails,
at the foot deck end.
• FOR 80” BEDS: Slide the mounting tubes in
until the 1ST hole in the tubes lines up with
the 1ST hole in the rails. See sample below.
• FOR 80” BEDS: Slide the mounting tubes in
until the 1ST hole in the tubes lines up with
the 2ND hole in the rails. See sample below.
• FOR 76” BEDS: Slide the mounting tubes in
until the 1ST hole in the tubes lines up with
the 2ND hole in the rails. See sample below.
• FOR 76” BEDS: Slide the mounting tubes in
until the 1ST hole in the tubes lines up with
the 3RD hole in the rails. See sample below.
HEADBOARD
FOOTBOARD
CENTER
OF BED
40mm
Bolts
Inserts
on inside
CENTER
OF BED
40mm
Bolts
1st
hole
80” hole position
(2nd hole in)
1st
hole
80” hole
position
(1st hole in)
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Inserts
on outside
76” hole
position
(2nd hole in)
76” hole position (3rd hole in)
NOTE: The first hole at the foot end is reserved
for attaching the Optional 4” pan extension.
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PLUGGING IN THE OPTIONAL FOOTBOARD NURSE/STAFF CONTROL
STEP 1 - ATTACHING THE FOOTBOARD:
You can order an optional Staff Control for the Zenith 5000 which
includes a Staff Control Assembly and Shroud Cover pre-installed
to the Footboard at the manufacturing factory.
To attach the Footboard assembly (with Staff
Control) to the main frame rails, please see
the instructions on PAGE 9 of this manual.
STEP 2 - CONNECTING YOUR CABLES:
Please refer to DETAIL A shown below.
FOOT
END
a. At the foot end, unplug the Black Staff Control
cable from the end of the Grey T-Cable.
(Cables were attached for shipping.)
b. Insert the phone jack plug on the male end
of the staff control cable into the cylindrical
plug of the Black Control Cable that extends
out the foot end. Make sure the phone jack
is positioned properly inside the cable.
c. Insert the T-Cable end (extending out the
foot end with phone jack) into the cylindrical
plug of the female staff control cable.
Make sure the phone plug is seated
properly inside the female plug.
d. Screw on the round lock cap onto
the Staff Control female plug and
short Black Control Cable plug.
(SEE DETAIL B.)
SEE PAGE 9 OF THIS
MANUAL FOR PROPER
ASSEMBLY OF ELBOW
MOUNTING BRACKETS
(TUBES) & FOOTBOARD
Loop Male Staff Control Cable
and cable tie through mounting
tube hole with Female Staff
Control Cable.
DETAIL B:
MAKE SURE LOCK END
CAPS ARE SCREWED ON
SECURELY.
Female end of Staff Control
Assembly Cable - plugs into T-Cable
End of T-Cable at foot end - GREY
(“T” runs on either side of Seat Pan
for attaching your Hand Controller)
Male end of Staff Control Assembly
Cable - plugs into short Black
Control Cable
DETAIL A:
CLOSEUP OF
STAFF CONTROL
CABLE CONNECTION
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Short Black Control Cable
running from Control Box
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STANDARD MATTRESS RETAINER & GRID TUBE INSTALLATION
(Using 2 Retainers (999-0844-004) & Grid Tube Kit (999-0844-994)
It is recommended that the full-width Mattress Retainers on both the head end and foot end of the bed be installed prior to
the installation of the Grid Tubes. The Grid Tubes help keep the Mattress Retainers from inadvertently slipping out when
doing maintenace or housekeeping on your bed.
1. Determine if your bed needs to be in an 80” or 76” configuration
(80” outside holes; 76” inside holes - see Closeups A & B).
MAKE SURE ALL THREE ADJUSTABLE PARTS
ARE PROPERLY POSITIONED FOR 76” OR 80”
CONFIGURATIONS (SEE PAGES 9 AND 12)
2. Carefully squeeze the Mattress Retainer ends inward, toward
the center of the retainer, and insert the ends into the proper
holes (see Closeups A & B).
3. Lay the Mattress Retainers down so that their
elbows rest on the decks.
4. Each Grid Tube has a slit along its length
for easy insertion on the deck grids.
5. Place the two longer Grid Tubes
(999-0844-075) on the Head
Deck Grid as shown in
Closeup C, aligning the
tube on the outer most
grid junction on the
head end of the deck.
6. Place the two shorter
Grid Tubes (999-0844-074)
on the end of foot deck in
the same manner
(see Closeups
D & E below).
NOTE:
INSTALLATION
OF MATTRESS
RETAINERS IS
EASIER IF YOU
INSERT THE 2
RETAINERS
FIRST, THEN
INSERT THE
4 GRID TUBES.
!
Open slit on Grid
Tube and slide onto
Grid wire. Lower
onto wire until snug.
Be sure to use a mattress that is properly sized to fit
the sleep deck, which will remain centered on the
deck relative to State and Federal Guidelines. Use
of an improperly fitted mattress could result in injury
or death.
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Use a properly sized mattress in order to minimize
the gap between the side of the mattress and assist
devices. This gap must be small enough to prevent
resident/patient from getting his/her head or neck
caught in this location.
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STANDARD WIREFORM WALLSAVER INSTALLATION
STEP 1. WALLSAVER ASSEMBLY
1. Position the Wireform Wallsaver (Part 999-0856-180)
with bent end facing upward and tab ends facing inward
as shown at right.
2. Determine the position desired.
(See bottom of page.)
3. Gently squeeze the tab ends of the wallsaver
inward toward the center of the wallsaver and,
holding the tabs parallel with the slots in the
caster bases (See DETAIL A), slide the tabs
into the slots while letting the wallsaver gently
expand outward.
4. Turn the wallsaver downward until it rests on
the floor (See Detail B).
STEP 2. WALLSAVER
REMOVAL
1. To remove or move the Wireform
Wallsaver to a new position, raise
the wallsaver off the floor until
the end tabs are horizontal.
2. Squeeze the ends toward the
center of the wallsaver until the
end tabs slide out of the caster
base slots.
STEP 3. WALLSAVER POSITIONS
1. The Zenith 5000 wallsaver features two
standard positions for easy bed/mattress
length reconfigurations - 76” and 80”.
2. For 76” beds, position the wallsaver ends
in the BACK holes in the caster base slots
(toward the Foot end). For 76” beds using
an optional Trapeze unit, you should position
the wallsaver ends in the FRONT holes in
the caster bases (toward the Head end).
3. For 80” beds, position the wallsaver ends
in the FRONT slots in the caster bases.
(toward the Head end of the bed).
4. If you plan on using an optional Trapeze
unit for an 80” bed length configuration, you
will need to order a separate “custom wallsaver” in order to have the correct depth to
protect your walls.
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IMPORTANT NOTE: WHEN POSITIONING YOUR
WALLSAVER FOR A PARTICULAR BED LENGTH
(I.E. 76” OR 80”), MAKE SURE THAT THE OTHER
BED ADJUSTMENTS (BOARD POSITION AND
MATTRESS RETAINER POSITION) ARE IN THE
SAME CONFIGURATION (PLEASE REFER TO
PAGES 9 AND 11 IN THIS MANUAL.
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BED OPERATIONS - PATIENT PENDANT/HAND CONTROLLER
The hand controller comes standard on the Zenith 5000 series and can be plugged
into either side of the bed. The plug features a lock-on cap. A pendant holster
for attaching to optional assist devices is also provided.
2
1
4
3
6
5
OPERATION:
1. Angle the Head Deck upward, PRESS 1
2. Angle the Head Deck downward, PRESS 2
3. Raise the Bed Up horizontally, PRESS 3
4. Lower the Bed Down horizontally, PRESS 4
5. Angle the Knee/Foot Decks upward, PRESS 5
6. Angle the Knee/Foot Decks downward, PRESS 6
Model #HB00-U029
Part # 999-0775-305
(Bed comes shipped with Alligator Clip
attached to pendant cable. To order a
replacement pendant, see Page 29.)
Phone Jack Plug End
with Locking Cap
Pendant Holster
999-0791-000
(included)
BED OPERATIONS FOR NURSE/STAFF CONTROL PANEL
(OPTIONAL FEATURE ON 5000 SERIES)
STAFF CONTROL OPERATION
Push 13 & 4
Raise Head/Back Deck
Push 13 & 5
Lower Head/Back Deck
Push 13 & 6
Raise Knee/Foot Decks
Push 13 & 7
Lower Knee/Foot Decks
Push 13 & 8
Raise Entire Bed (Hi/Lo)
Push 13 & 9
Lower Entire Bed (Hi/Lo)
TO LOCK OUT HAND CONTROL
When you purchase your boards
directly from our company, you
have the option of ordering a
Nurse/Staff Control Assembly
which comes pre-installed into
the footboard at the factory.
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STAFF CONTROL REFERENCE
Push 13 & 1
Lock Out Head Function
Push 13 & 2
Lock Out Foot Function
Push 13 & 3
Lock Out Hi/Lo Function
TO UNLOCK HAND CONTROL
10
Head LED Light
11
Foot LED Light
Push 13 & 1
Unlock Head Function
12
Hi/Lo LED Light
Push 13 & 1
Unlock Foot Function
13
Hold & Select Button
Push 13 & 1
Unlock Hi/Lo Function
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BED OPERATIONS - STATIONARY/LOW ROLL POSITIONING
The Zenith 5000 is sold as a “Low Roll” bed, giving the user the option of placing
it in a stationary (non-moving) position or lowering it into a “low roll” position.
This is accomplished by lowering the bed until the stationary wheels raise off
the floor and the rolling casters contact the floor surface for easy mobility.
STATIONARY POSITION - NO ROLL
1. Raise the Bed Up horizontally PRESS HI/LO UP BUTTON
1
Rolling Casters
(both sides of the bed)
Stationary Casters
(both sides of
head end)
Stationary Casters
(both sides of
foot end)
FLOOR
MOBILE POSITION - LOW ROLL
2. Lower the Bed Down until the rolling
casters engage the floor PRESS HI/LO DOWN BUTTON
2
Rolling Casters
(resting on the floor)
Stationary Casters
(raised off
the floor)
Stationary Casters
(raised off
the floor)
FLOOR
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Zenith series beds
5000 SERIES ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Pendant/Hand Controller
Part #999-0775-305
Quantity = 1
Includes Pendant Holster
999-0791-000
Synchronized Control/
Junction Box with
detachable power cable
Part # 999-0843-300
Quantity = 1
Control Cord
999-0843-200
Quantity = 1
Head Motor/Actuator
Part # 999-0844-052
Quantity = 1
Foot Motor/Actuator
Part # 999-0844-053
Quantity = 1
Option A
3 PRONG Power Cable
999-0844-208
Quantity = 1
Option B
2 PRONG Power Cable
999-0844-209
Quantity = 1
Hi/Lo Motor/Actuator
Part # 999-0843-051
Quantity = 2
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note:
pendant cable plugs directly
into control box port
DO NOT use unauthorized parts, accessories, or adapters other than those specified/authorized by Graham-Field
Health Products. DO NOT open assemblies such as the Actuators, Hand Control, or Control Box. If unauthorized personnel
perform work on these components, the manufacturer’s warranty becomes void. NEVER operate the bed if a Power Cord or
Plug is damaged or not working properly. Contact qualified Service Personnel for examination and repair. Always unplug the
Power Cord when performing any maintenance on the bed.
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ZENITH 5000 SERIES ELECTRICAL CABLING
u POWER CABLE
v CONTROL CABLE
u
w HEAD CABLE
HEAD END
x FOOT CABLE
y HI/LO CABLE (FOOT)
z HI/LO CABLE (HEAD)
{ GROUND WIRE
| PENDANT W/COIL CABLE
|
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x
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OPTIONAL PIVOT ASSIST BAR INSTALLATION & OPERATION
INSTALLATION
1. At the head end of the bed, position the Pivoting Assist Bar (#2)
bracket over the Head Deck (#1) frame and align the two holes
in the Assist Bar bracket with the two holes in the frame rail on
either side of the head deck.
2. From the outside, insert the Clevis Pins (#3) through the
holes in the pivot bracket and deck frame.
Position the Assist Bar
Bracket ON TOP of the
Deck Frame, aligning
holes in the bracket with
holes in the frame.
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3. From the inside, insert a Hair Pin Clip (#4) through
each of the small holes in the clevis pins.
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PLEASE ORDER KIT #ZA85400. KIT INCLUDES ONE PIVOTING
ASSIST BAR ASSEMBLY AND TWO LANYARD ASSEMBLIES
WITH CLEVIS PINS AND HAIR PIN CLIPS. (A STATIONARY ASSIST
BAR IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS AN OPTION - KIT # ZA85000).
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THE ASSIST BAR CAN BE POSITIONED ON EITHER
THE RIGHT SIDE OR LEFT SIDE OF THE HEAD DECK.
IT IS NOT OFFERED FOR THE FOOT END OF THE BED.
SAMPLE SHOWS PIVOTING
ASSIST BAR POSITIONED ON
THE LEFT SIDE OF THE BED.
PIVOTING ASSIST BAR OPERATION
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1. To release the pivoting assist bar from its
vertical lock position, hold onto the top of
the bar with one hand and slightly pull out
the black knob on the outside of the pivot
assembly with the other hand to release
the locking mechanism. For ease of patient
access, it is recommended that you pivot
the rail toward the headboard until it stops
and rests in place.
2. To set the assist bar back to its upright
locked position, grab the top of the assist
bar with one hand and pivot the assembly
upward until the black knob mechanism
snaps into place, locking the assist bar
vertically.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY, MAKE SURE YOUR FINGERS
ARE CLEAR OF THE SIDES OR UNDERNEATH THE
PIVOTING ASSEMBLY WHEN PIVOTING THE
ASSIST BAR UP OR DOWN.
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PLEASE MAKE SURE THE PIVOT ASSIST BAR
IS ALWAYS IN THE FULL, VERTICAL, LOCKED
POSITION WHEN RESIDENT/PATIENT IS LEFT
UNATTENDED.
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OPTIONAL PLASTIC HALF RAIL INSTALLATION & OPERATION
(Sample shows rail positioned on right side of bed)
RH Plastic Half Rail
Assembly (#2)
1. Position the Plastic Half Rail (#2) as shown, with the taller, straight edge
toward the head end of the bed and arms angled toward center of the bed.
2. From the outside, insert the two welded pins (with grooves) on the
rail arms into the two large holes in the side of the head deck.
3. From the inside, insert the metal hair pin clip end of the Lanyard
Assembly (#3) onto the exposed grooves at the ends of the pins.
4. Position the other terminal ends of the Lanyard
Assemblies (#3) over the small hole on the inside
of the deck frame. Secure with a small
threaded Phillips Screw (#4).
Head Deck (#1)
PLEASE ORDER PLASTIC RAIL KIT #ZA84200,
WHICH INCLUDES A RIGHT-HAND AND LEFTHAND HALF RAIL, FOUR LANYARD ASSEMBLIES,
AND 2 PHILLIPS SCREWS (OR 2 OPTIONAL HEX
HEAD SCREWS). ORDER BAG # 999-0842-905
FOR JUST THE REPLACMENT HARDWARE.
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Small
Hole
Lanyard
Assembly (#3)
Straight
Edge toward
Head End
Phillips
Screw (#4)
Lanyard
Assembly (#3)
THE PLASTIC RAIL CAN BE POSITIONED ON
EITHER THE HEAD OR FOOT DECKS FOR 80”
BEDS. THEY SHOULD ONLY BE PUT ON THE
HEAD END FOR 76” BEDS.
PLASTIC HALF RAIL OPERATION
SLEEP
SURFACE
!
SLEEP
SURFACE
FOR YOUR SAFETY, MAKE SURE RAIL IS
ALWAYS IN ITS “FULL UP LOCKED” POSITION
WHEN LEAVING THE RESIDENT/PATIENT
UNATTENDED TO AVOID POSSIBLE INJURY.
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TO AVOID PINCHING OF THE FINGERS, HOLD
THE HALF RAIL FROM THE TOP WITH ONE
HAND AND CAREFULLY DEPRESS THE BLACK
RELEASE LEVER WITH THE OTHER. MAKE
SURE THERE ARE NO OBJECTS IN THE WAY
THAT MAY HINDER THE FULL MOVEMENT OF
THE RAIL.
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OPTIONAL TRAPEZE SUPPORT INSTALLATION
(The Trapeze Support is attached to the head section of the bed.)
Please Order Kit Number ZA79000
Trapeze Support vertical
support tube. (TMI Bar
Sleeve would be inserted
inside the tube.)
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Use first holes in
Trapeze Support
to mount to main
frame tubes.
USE SAME CLEVIS PINS AND HAIR PIN CLIPS
THAT
WERE USED TO CONNECT HEAD BOARD
TO MOUNTING TUBES.
Use third hole
from the end of the
main frame tubes.
1. Begin by removing the headboard panel assembly (#2),
if previously assembled to the bed, by pulling out the
two Clevis Pins and two Hair Pin Clips that attach the
main frame tubes to the headboard’s mounting tubes.
Set all pins aside for later use.
2. Detach the headboard panel from the mounting tubes
by unscrewing the four 40mm Allen Head Bolts that
hold the board to the tubes (these will be replaced
with the longer Phillips Head Pan Screws from your
trapeze adaptor hardware bag). Do not remove the
four 1/4-20 inserts (#3) from the board. They will be
used again to mount the board to the trapeze support.
3. Assemble the Trapeze Support (#1) to the main frame
tubes using the two Clevis Pins and Hair Pin Clips you
removed in Step 1. The first holes in the Trapeze tubes
must line up with the third hole from the end in the main
frame tubes as shown.
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4. Insert the 1/4-20 x 2.50” Carriage Bolt (#5) into the vertical
support as shown and fasten with a 1/4-20 Hex Head Lock
Nut (#6). Both parts should be in your hardware bag.
5. Assemble the headboard to the inside of the Trapeze
Support so that the side of the headboard with the inserts
is facing away from the Trapeze Support. From the outside,
insert the four 1/4-20 x 1.75” long Machine Screws (#4)
from your hardware bag through the holes in the Trapeze
Support, screwing them into the inserts in the headboard.
6. OPTIONAL - FOR TMI TRAPEZE BAR WITH SLEEVE:
Insert the Sleeve into the vertical support with the slot on
the bottom. Rotate the sleeve until it falls into place over
the carriage bolt you inserted in Step 4. This will lock it into
the proper position. (NOTE: The top of the Sleeve should
sit flush with the top of the vertical support on the
Trapeze Support Adaptor.)
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REPLACEMENT OF 9V BATTERY & OPTIONAL BATTERY BACKUP
CHARGER & BATTERY PACK
REPLACING YOUR INTERNAL 9V BATTERY
1. Remove battery cover on the underside of your
Control Box by unscrewing the two phillips screws
as shown.
2. Remove the existing battery connected to the
Connector Cable from the battery slot.
3. Unplug the existing battery and discard. Plug in the
new battery to the Connector Cable and re-insert
into slot. Replace the Battery Cover.
UNDERSIDE OF
CONTROL BOX
NOTE: THE 9V BATTERY INCLUDED WITH YOUR CONTROL BOX IS ONLY GOOD FOR
ONE CHARGE - LOWERING THE BED ONCE IN THE EVENT OF A POWER OUTAGE. YOU
WILL NEED TO REPLACE AFTER EACH SINGLE USAGE. A STRONGER BATTERY PACK
IS AVAILABLE AS A SEPARATE PURCHASE. PLEASE ORDER WITH BACKUP CHARGER.
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TROUBLESHOOTING - NOTHING WORKS - NO POWER
1. NOTHING WORKS - NO POWER
a. Check to make sure you have power coming from your
outlet. Unplug the power cord from the outlet and test the
outlet by plugging in a lamp or similar portable device.
OUTLET WORKS = move to step b.
Test Outlet for Power
Unplug Power Cord
and check entire cord
to make sure it is not
pinched, frayed, or
damaged.
b. Replug the power cord into the outlet and test the bed.
NOTHING WORKS = UNPLUG THE POWER CORD
and check the power cord from the head end to the foot
end, making sure it is not pinched, frayed, or damaged
in any way.
POWER CORD IS PINCHED =
With cord unplugged, try to move the bed part slightly
to release the pinched cord. If you can release the cord,
replug the power cord into the wall outlet and test the bed.
BED WORKS = make sure the cord is not frayed or
exposed. If it is OK, you should not have to replace.
POWER CORD IS DAMAGED = Replace the Power
Cord (if hard-wired to Control Box, replace the box.
See Page 28 for order information.)
c. POWER SUPPLY AND POWER CABLE OK, BUT STILL
NOTHING WORKS . . .
UNPLUG THE POWER CORD and check the Black Control
Cable that runs from the Control Box to the male end of the
Staff Control Cable. Make sure it is not pinched, frayed, or
damaged in any way.
CONTROL CABLE CONNECTION IS PINCHED =
With the power cord unplugged from the outlet, try to
move the bed part slightly to release the pinched cord.
If you can release the cord, replug the power cord into
the wall outlet and test the bed.
BED WORKS = make sure the cord is not frayed or
exposed. If it is OK, you should not have to replace.
BED STILL DOES NOT WORK - POSSIBLE BAD
CONTROL CABLE = If you have a spare black
Control Cable, UNPLUG THE POWER CORD from
the wall outlet. Unplug the old control cable from the
Control Box and plug the new control spare in the
port. “Gently” push in with thumb. Unplug the pendant/
hand controller from the T-Cable on either side of the
seat pan and plug into the other end of the Control
Cable. Plug in the power cord and test the bed using
the controller.
BED WORKS = Remove the bad Control Cable.
Use new cable. (See next page for installation.)
NOTHING WORKS = Replace Control Box.
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IF POWER CORD IS DAMAGED
REPLACE CORD & CONTROL BOX.
Control Cable Port
on Control Box
Unplug Control
Cable
CHECK & TEST
BLACK
CONTROL
CABLE
Plug in Spare
Control Cable
Female end of
Control Cable
Plug Pendant directly into
Control Cable to test
NOTE: IF YOU DETERMINE THAT YOU HAVE
A BAD POWER CORD, CONTROL CABLE OR
CONTROL BOX, ORDER A NEW CONTROL
BOX AND WE’LL SEND IT WITH A NEW
CONTROL CABLE ALREADY ATTACHED.
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TROUBLESHOOTING - REMOVING & REPLACING CONTROL CABLE
IF CONTROL CABLE IS DAMAGED, UNPLUG.
LOWER CONTROL BOX, AND REPLACE
1. UNPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE WALL OUTLET.
2. Unplug the OLD Black Control Cable form the Control Box
and from the male staff control cable.
3. Plug in the NEW Black Control Cable into the Control Box.
4. Cut the small cable tie that attaches the Control Box to the
mounting bracket (near the ground wire screw). Remove
the cable tie and discard.
5. Slide the Control Box in the bracket slot toward the footboard until it hits the back of the slot.
STEP 2
Unplug old
Control Cable
STEP 1
Unplug Power Cord
STEP 3
Plug in new
Control Cable
STEP 4
Cut Cable Tie near
Ground Screw &
remove tie
6a. Tilt the front of the Control Box downward, holding the box
from the bottom (motor cables are still attached).
6b. Fish the OLD Control Cable toward the footboard, between
the box and the main frame cross brace. Cut the Cable
Tie and discard the old Control Cable.
6c. Fish the other end of the NEW Control Cable around the
Control Arm bracket and toward the footboard. The cable
will lie between the Control Box and main frame cross
brace as before (this is done as a safety feature).
STEP 5
Slide Control Box
toward footboard
in bracket slot
6d. Tilt the front of the Control Box up to a horizontal position
and slide it toward the footboard, then push it forward
(toward the center of the bed) to lock in place.
7. Re-tie the Control Box to the mounting bracket with a Cable
Tie (near ground wire screw). Cut off any excess.
STEP 6
a. Tilt front of Control
Box downward
until you can
remove old cable
b. Fish new Control
Cable end between
box and crossbrace
c. Raise Control Box
d. Slide box forward
to lock in place
8. Gather the black Control Cable on the other side of the
cross brace (toward the footboard) and loosely cable tie
to the brace (you will tighten later).
9. Plug the male staff control cable’s phone jack into the
cylindrical female end of the Control Cable. Screw on the
retaining cap to secure.
10. Plug in the pendant into either the right or left side of the
T-Cable under the seat pan (middle of bed) and re-plug the
power cord into the wall outlet.
11. Test both the hand pendant and staff control to make sure
everything works properly.
STEP 7
Cable Tie Control Box
to mounting bracket
STEP 8
Cable Tie
Control Cable
to crossbrace
12. Run a cable tie through the larger hole at the end of the
right hand mounting tube. Loop the longest of the staff
control cables and tie both together to the tube. Pull tight
to secure. Now, gently pull the Control Cable’s tie on the
cross brace tight.
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TROUBLESHOOTING STAFF CONTROL
1. STAFF CONTROL LIGHTS ARE BLINKING-NOTHING
ON STAFF CONTROL WORKS BUT PENDANT WORKS
2. STAFF CONTROL - PENDANT WORKS BUT NOTHING
ON STAFF CONTROL WORKS
a. This could mean that your staff control is not getting
enough power from the Control Box.
a. Check the Staff Control connections at the foot end Staff Control cables plugged securely into T-Cable and
Control Cable. Also check if the other end of black
Control Cable is plugged securely into the Control Box.
Test the staff control . . .
STILL DOESN’T WORK = move to step b.
b. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet. Unplug the
staff control cables from the Control Cable and T-Cable
at the foot end.
c. If you have a spare staff control assembly, plug the
cables into the T-Cable and Control Cable, and test.
WORKS & LIGHTS DON’T BLINK =
Replace the Staff Control Assembly in your
footboard (See Page 24 for dis-assembly.
Please see Page 29 for order number.)
DOESN’T WORK & LIGHTS STILL BLINK =
Replace the Control Box. (Please see
Page 28 for order number.)
b. Unplug the power cord from your wall outlet. Remove
the Cable Cover (Shroud) on the inside of the footboard
and locate the 2 terminal ends that plug directly into the
back of the Staff Control Panel in the footboard. Make
sure they are properly seated into the panel. Plug in the
power cord and test the staff control . . .
STILL DOESN’T WORK = Replace Staff Control
assembly (See Page 24 for dis-assembly. See
Page 29 for order information.)
TROUBLESHOOTING PENDANT (& T-CABLE)
1. STAFF CONTROL WORKS BUT PENDANT/
HAND CONTROLLER FUNCTION DOESN’T
a. Check to see if the functions are locked out on the Staff
Control panel - if orange LED icons show on panel then
that function is locked out. Press the Hold/Select Button
and blue pendant symbol at the same time until the orange
light goes out. Test the function. If the PENDANT STILL
DOESN’T WORK = go to step b.
b. Check the connections at the seat pan (Pendant/Hand
Controller to T-Cable) and Staff Control Cable connection
at the foot end. If the HAND CONTROLLER STILL DOES
NOT WORK = move to step c.
Unplug Hand Control
from T-Cable Plug
at Seat Pan
Plug Hand Control
into short, black
Control Cable
c. UNPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE WALL OUTLET.
d. Unplug the Hand Controller plug from the end of the T-Cable
on either side of the bed’s Seat Pan. Unplug the cables at
the foot end that connect to the staff control cables.
FOOT
END
e. Plug the Hand Controller directly into the cylindrical plug
on the short, black Control Cable, making sure the pendants
phone jack plug is properly seated in the control cable plug.
Plug in the power cord and test the pendant.
- ALL BUTTONS WORK = Replace the T-Cable.
(See page 29 for order information.)
- NOTHING WORKS = Replace the Hand Controller.
(See page 29 for order information.)
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PENDANT/HAND CONTROLLER
PLEASE ORDER KIT NUMBER
999-0775-112.
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TROUBLESHOOTING/REPLACING YOUR APS STAFF CONTROL
(#7)
Staff Control
Assembly with
bevel, panel &
cables attached
REMOVING AND REPLACING THE
STAFF CONTROL ASSEMBLY
1. UNPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM
THE WALL OUTLET.
2. Unscrew the 4 Phillips Screws (#1) that attach the
Shroud (cable cover) to the footboard. Set aside.
3. At the foot end of the bed, unscrew the retaining
caps on the male staff control cable (#3) and the
Grey T-Cable (#4). Unplug the male staff cable (#3)
and female staff cable (#5) from the Black Control
Cable (#6) and Grey T-Cable (#4).
(#2)
Staff Control
Bevel
Screws
Footboard
4. Unscrew the two remaining Phillips Screws (#2)
from the inside of the footboard that attach the
Staff Control Assembly (#7) bevel to the board.
Set aside screws for later re-assembly.
5. Remove the OLD Staff Control Assembly and fish
the old cables out through the large hole.
6. Feed the two cables of the NEW Staff Control
Assembly from the outside through the
large hole and insert the bevel into the
cutout on the outside of the footboard.
(#1)
Shroud
Phillips
Screws
IMPORTANT: Run a Cable
Tie through the end hole
in the mounting tube,
loop the longer male staff
control cable, run the tie
around both staff control
cables, and pull tie tight
to secure. Cut off excess
cable tie.
7. Secure the Staff Control by
re-inserting the two Phillips
Screws (#2) you
removed in Step 4.
8. Re-position the
Shroud on the inside
of the footboard and
secure with the 4 Phillips
Screws (#1) you removed
in Step 2.
9. Plug the Male Staff Control Cable (#3) into
the Black Control Cable (#6), making sure the
phone jack plug is seated correctly into the Black
Control Cable. Screw on the retaining cap to secure.
10. Plug the Female Staff Control Cable (#5) into
the Grey T-Cable (#4), making sure the T-Cable
plug is seated firmly into the Staff Control cable’s
receptacle. Screw on the retaining cap.
11. Run a Cable Tie through the large end hole on
the right-hand footboard mounting tube.
12. Loop the longer male staff control cable and
gather both staff control cables together. Run the
Cable Tie around both cables and pull tight to
secure. Cut off any excess Cable Tie.
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Female Staff
Control Cable
T-Cable
Male Staff
Control Cable
Black
Control Cable
CABLE
CONNECTION
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FOOT
HEAD
a. Check plugs to make sure they are firmly seated in
all ports on your Control Box and are plugged into
the correct ports (See diagram at right).
b. Check all cables to make sure they are not frayed,
pinched, or damaged in any way. If any cable is
damaged, UNPLUG YOUR BED’S POWER CORD
FROM THE WALL OUTLET and REPLACE THE
CABLE AND/OR THE ELECTRONIC COMPONENT.
CONTROL
CABLE
>
HI/LO
1. HEAD, FOOT, OR HI/LO FUNCTION
NOT WORKING
HI/LO
TROUBLESHOOTING MOTOR CABLES & CONTROL BOX
c. HEAD DECK NOT RAISING - Unplug the power
cord. Switch the head and foot plugs. Re-plug the
power cord and press the FOOT button to test.
- HEAD WORKS = Control Box head port bad.
Replace box (See page 28.)
- DOESN’T WORK = Replace the Head Motor.
(See page 28 for order information.)
d. FOOT AND KNEE DECKS NOT RAISING - Unplug
the power cord. Switch the foot and head plugs.
Re-plug the power cord and press the HEAD button
to test.
- FOOT WORKS = Control Box foot port bad.
Replace box (See page 28.)
- DOESN’T WORK = Replace the Foot Motor.
(See page 28 for order information.)
e. YOUR BED DOES NOT GO UP AND DOWN IN A
HORIZONTAL POSITION - If you press the Up or
Down Hi/Lo button and you hear a click or buzz but
nothing happens = Check your Hi/Lo Motors by
touching them and pushing the Hi/Lo buttons.
HI/LO PLUGS
8 PIN DIN
HD/FT PLUGS
2 PRONG
CONTROL PLUG
13 PIN DIN
NOTE: THE HI/LO PLUGS ARE DIFFERENT THAN
THE HEAD AND FOOT PLUGS. THEY ARE NOT
INTERCHANGEABLE. THIS IS BECAUSE THE HI/LO
MOTORS ARE MEANT TO MOVE IN TANDEM WHILE
THE BED’S HEAD AND FOOT MOTORS MOVE
INDEPENDENTLY.
f. ONE HI/LO MOTOR GOES FURTHER UP OR DOWN.
The motors have gone out of alignment or you have replaced
a Hi/Lo Motor and they need to be re-synchronized. See
the following page for RE-ALIGNMENT instructions.
- YOU FEEL NOTHING = possible bad motor go to the third step below.
QUICK REFERENCE
- YOU FEEL SLIGHT VIBRATION = Motor OK.
- HI/LO & FOOT WORKS, BUT HEAD DOES NOT:
Switch Head & Foot Motor Cable at the Control Box
and test (see STEP C in left column).
- Unplug the Power Cord = Switch the two Hi/Lo
plugs in the Control Box. Re-plug the power
cord and press the same Hi/Lo button, then
touch the same non-vibrating motor.
- HI/LO & HEAD WORKS, BUT FOOT DOES NOT:
Switch Foot & Head Motor Cable at the Control Box
and test (see STEP D in left column).
i. MOTOR NOW VIBRATES = Bad port
in the Control Box - Replace box.
(See page 28.)
ii. MOTOR DOES NOT VIBRATE =
Replace the bad Hi/lo Motor.
(See page 28.)
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- HEAD & FOOT WORKS, BUT HI/LO DOES NOT:
i. Switch Hi/Lo Motor Cables at the Control Box and
test (see STEP E in left column).
ii. Test to see if Hi/Lo Motors need to be re-aligned
(see STEP F above).
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RE-ALIGNMENT OF HI/LO MOTORS
The Zenith 5000 Hi/Lo Motors are aligned and synchronized to work smoothly in tendem with one another. In the event of a
power surge or power outage, or if you are replacing an existing motor, it may be necessary to ”re-align” your Hi/Lo Motors.
You will know that they need this process if the bed appears to be out of its horizontal position when laying flat (i.e. the
head end or foot end is tilting slightly downward or upward.
“RE-ALIGNMENT” is a fairly easy process and can be completed within a matter of minutes using the beds pendant/hand
controller. The procedure is described below.
STEP 1: Unplug the beds power cord from the wall outlet. Disconnect
the Hand Control from the T-Cable on either side of the bed.
STEP 2: If you ordered your Zenith 5000 with a Staff Control in the
footboard, disconnect the short, “black” Control Cable and
“grey” T-Cable from the staff control cables running from
underneath the metal shroud (cable cover) on the inside of
the footboard.
STEP 3: Plug the Hand Control plug directly into the short, black
Control Cable at the foot end. (This will eliminate the staff
control from the re-alignment process.) Make sure that the
pendant’s phone jack is seated properly and firmly inside the
Control Cable plug. Re-plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
STEP 4: Using the Hi/Lo “DOWN” button on the Hand Controller,
lower the bed until it won’t go any further.
STEP 5: Once the bed has stopped, press the DOWN Hi/Lo button for
15-20 SECONDS to enter into the re-calibration mode.
STEP 6: Release the “DOWN” Hi/Lo button.
STEP 7: Press the “DOWN” Hi/Lo button again to see if the bed will
lower any more. If it still lowers, continue pressing the “Down”
button repeatedly until the bed has reached its final horizontal,
down position and CANNOT MOVE ANY FURTHER. (If you
have installed a new Hi/Lo Motor and your bed is angled,
this process will lower the extended hi/lo until it is re-aligned
with the new motor.)
STEP 8: Unplug the beds power cord from the wall outlet. Unplug the
Hand Control plug from the short, black Control Cable and
re-plug into the T-Cable plug on either side of the beds seat
pan (your preference).
STEP 9: Re-plug the black Control Cable and grey T-Cable end plugs
into their corresponding Staff Control Cable ends. Make sure
plugs are firmly seated. Re-plug the power cord into the outlet.
STEP 10: Using your Hand Control, test the Hi/Lo Motor functions by
pressing the UP and DOWN buttons, making sure the bed
goes up and down smoothly.
STEP 11: If you are still having trouble with a Hi/Lo Motor function,
please see previsous page to test motors and cables.
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IF YOU ARE STILL HAVING
TROUBLE WITH THE HI/LO
FUNCTION ON YOUR BED
AFTER FOLLOWING THESE
INSTRUCTIONS, PLEASE
CONTACT ONE OF OUR
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES AT
1-800-365-2338.
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RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
} Electrical Inspection of Control Box
(6 months)
} Maintenance Inspection of All
Components (Receipt of Shipment)
• Make sure all parts/components are included (please see
page 8 - “Unpacking Your Bed”).
• Check the external power cord that plugs into the control
box for any chafing, cuts, or wear.
• Check all bed components for obvious damage.
• Make sure all attaching hardware is securely tightened.
• Inspect the Power Supply Cord for any cuts and/or damage.
• Check all electrical connections for any wear or fractures.
• Check to see all actuator cords are routed and connected
properly to the control box.
• Check your 9V battery inside your Control Box (see page 20).
Replace if needed. If you have an external battery backup
pack check to make sure it is charged and ready to go.
} Mechanical Inspection of Assemblies
(6 months)
• Inspect all welds on the sleeping surface, frame, and base
assemblies for stress fractures.
} Electrical Inspection of Pendant
and Staff Control (6 months)
• Check the pendant cord for any chafing, cuts, or wear.
• Inspect all fasteners for wear and looseness.
• Check all pendant functions . . .
P Head raises and lowers properly
P Foot raises and lowers properly
P Entire bed raises and lowers properly
• IMPORTANT: Lubricate all pivot points, actuator/motor
clevis pins, and control arm clevis pins as needed. White
Lithium Grease is recommended.
• Check to make sure each button and associated function
work properly (i.e. the head section raises when the Head
Up button is activated).
} Mechanical Inspection of Stationary &
Rolling Casters
(3 months)
• Check the bottom of the stationary casters, making sure
they are clean of debris and undamaged. Replace if needed.
} Electrical Inspection of Actuators/Motors
(6 months)
• Check all rolling casters to ensure that they roll properly
and are unobstructed.
• Check the actuator/motor cords for any chafing, cuts, or wear.
• Check the range of movement on all motors to ensure they
do not bind in the Full Up and Full Down positions.
WARRANTY
- 15 Years on Frame
- 5 Years on Motors and Control Box
(longest motor warranty in the industry)
- 3 Years on Other Electronics
The warranties contained herein contain all the representation and warranties with respect to the subject matter
of this document, and supersede all prior negotiations, agreements and understanding with respect thereto.
The recipient of this document hereby acknowledges and represents that it has not relied on any representation,
assertion, guarantee, warranty, collateral contract or other assurance, except those set out in this document.
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SERVICE/REPLACEMENT PART RECORD (Page 1)
DECKING
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0844-920SP
Head/Back Deck & Hardware Pack
1 Deck
999-0844-930SP
OR - Foot Deck & Hardware Pack
1 Deck
999-0844-940SP
OR - Knee Deck & Hardware Pack
1 Deck
Deck Hardware Pack 999-0844-990 - INCLUDES . . .
1 Pkg
4
Clevis Pins
5
5/16” Retaining Rings (Deck Brackets)
2
12mm Retaining Ring (Cntrl Arms to Decks)
1
Installation Instruction Sheet
Order Date
Price
Order Date
Price
Order Date
Price
Order Date
Price
MOTORS (ACTUATORS)
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0843-251SP
Hi/Lo Motor (cable attached) & Hardware Pack
1 Motor
999-0844-052SP
OR - Head Motor (cable attached) & Hardware Pack
1 Motor
999-0844-053SP
OR - Foot Motor (cable attached) & Hardware Pack
1 Motor
Motor Hardware Pack 999-0844-991 - INCLUDES . . .
1 Pkg
2
12mm Retaining Rings
2
Hair Pin Clips
2
Snap Rings
8
Standard Cable Ties
1
Installation Instruction Sheet
CONTROL BOX
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0844-300SP
Ilcon Control Box and Hardware Pack
1 Cntrl Box
Control Box Hardware Pack 999-0844-992 - INCLUDES . . .
1 Pkg
1
Extra Ground Screw
10
Standard Cable Ties
1
Installation Instruction Sheet
CONTROL CABLE
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0844-200SP
Black Control Cable & Service Pack
1 Cable
Control Cable Service Pack - INCLUDES . . .
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Standard Cable Ties
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SERVICE/REPLACEMENT PART RECORD (Page 2)
PENDNAT/PENDANT HOLSTER
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0775-112
Pendant with Alligator Clip
1
999-0791-000
Replacement Pendant Holster
1
Order Date
Price
Order Date
Price
Order Date
Price
Order Date
Price
PENDANT T-CABLE
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0844-201SP
Grey Single T-Cable & Hardware Pack
1 Cable
T-Cable Hardware Pack 999-0844-993 - INCLUDES . . .
1 Pkg
2
Split Stem Cable Retainers
4
Push Cable Ties
6
Standard Cable Ties
1
Installation Instruction Sheet
STAFF CONTROL
Part Number
Description
QTY
999-0831-901
Switch Pad with Bezel & Cables
1 Unit
ZL831000
Staff Control Service Pack - INCLUDES . . .
1 Pkg
PLEASE SEE
PAGE 10
FOR
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
1
Switch Pad with Bezel & Cables
1
Shroud (Cable Cover)
6
#6 Phillips Head Truss Screws
3
4” Nylon Cable Tie
1
Installation Instruction Sheet
CAPS & PLUGS
Part Number
Description
QTY
NOTE: CAPS & PLUGS CAN ONLY BE PURCHASED IN SETS OF 12
100-4200-004PK
1.25” x 1.25” Square Caps Pack
12/pkg
100-4700-015PK
1.00” x 1.00” Square Caps Pack
12/pkg
100-4700-021PK
.75” x 1.50” Rectangular Caps Pack
12/pkg
100-4700-017PK
1.00” x 2.00” Rectangular Caps Pack
12/pkg
100-4700-018PK
1.25” x 2.00” Rectangular Caps Pack
12/pkg
100-4715-011PK
1.50” Round End Caps Pack
(cover arm bearings and stationary casters)
12/pkg
100-4762-002PK
5/8” Round Plugs Pack (both sides of foot deck)
12/pkg
100-4738-005PK
3/8” Round Plugs (on main frame rails - foot end)
12/pkg
FOR GENERAL CAP/PLUG DIAGRAMS PLEASE SEE PAGES 32 & 33
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SERVICE/REPLACEMENT PART DIAGRAM - ELECTRONICS
FOOT
END
HEAD
END
1. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
HI/LO MOTOR USE SERVICE PACK
# 999-0843-251SP (Includes motor,
mounting hardware & installation
instruction sheet).
2. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
HEAD MOTOR USE SERVICE PACK
# 999-0844-052SP (Includes motor,
mounting hardware & installation
instruction sheet).
3. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
FOOT MOTOR USE SERVICE PACK
# 999-0844-053SP (Includes motor,
mounting hardware & installation
instruction sheet).
4. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
CONTROL BOX PLEASE USE
# 999-0844-300SP (Includes
Control Box, cable ties, ground
screw & installation instructions.)
5. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
T-CABLE USE SERVICE PACK
# 999-0844-201SP (Includes
T-Cable, cable ties, grommets &
installation instruction sheet).
6. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
CONTROL CABLE USE SERVICE
PACK # 999-0844-200SP (Includes
black control cable and cable ties.
WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS WITH CUSTOMER SERVICE,
PLEASE HAVE YOUR BED’S SERIAL NUMBER AVAILABLE
TO CONFIRM WHETHER THE PART IS COVERED UNDER WARRANTY.
(SEE PAGE 5 FOR LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBER ID LABEL.)
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SERVICE/REPLACEMENT PART DIAGRAM - DECKING
HEAD DECK
TO MAIN FRAME
SEAT PAN BRACKETS
DETAIL OF DECK
ATTACHMENT
(Similar for all decks)
KNEE DECK
TO MAIN FRAME
SEAT PAN BRACKETS
FOOT DECK
TO KNEE DECK
MOUNTING BRACKETS
DETAIL OF EDEMA
RATCHET RE-ATTACHMENT
(Use existing ratchets
and hardware)
1. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
HEAD DECK USE SERVICE PACK
999-0844-920SP (includes deck,
mounting hardware & installation
instruction sheet).
2. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
KNEE DECK USE SERVICE PACK
999-0844-940SP (includes deck,
mounting hardware & installation
instruction sheet).
3. TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT
FOOT DECK USE SERVICE PACK
999-0844-930SP (includes deck,
mounting hardware & installation
instruction sheet). Re-use existing
edema ratchets & ratchet hardware.
WHEN ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS WITH CUSTOMER SERVICE,
PLEASE HAVE YOUR BED’S SERIAL NUMBER AVAILABLE
TO CONFIRM WHETHER THE PART IS COVERED UNDER WARRANTY.
(SEE PAGE 5 FOR LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBER ID LABEL.)
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SERVICE/REPLACEMENT PART DIAGRAM MAIN FRAME CAPPING
HEAD
END
FOOT
END
CAPS OR PLUGS ARE NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY
(PACKS OF 12 CAN BE ORDERED IN THE EVENT YOU DAMAGE OR LOSE
ANY CAPS/PLUGS ON YOUR BED - SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE 29 FOR ORDER NUMBERS)
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SERVICE/REPLACEMENT PART DIAGRAM CAPPING ON HEAD, KNEE, AND FOOT DECKS
CAPPING ON ARMS & LEGS
2X 100-4700-018
End Caps
2X 100-4700-018
Rectangular End Caps
4X 100-4715-011
Round End Caps
2X 100-4700-021
Rectangular End Caps
CAPS OR PLUGS ARE NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY
(PACKS OF 12 CAN BE ORDERED IN THE EVENT YOU DAMAGE OR LOSE
ANY CAPS/PLUGS ON YOUR BED - SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE 29 FOR ORDER NUMBERS)
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