User Manual
DOLOMITE®
Rollator
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User Manual
1 GENERAL
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4 CARE AND MAINTENANCE
5 AFTER USE
General Information ...................................................................................... 33
Symbols ............................................................................................................ 33
Product Life Cycle ......................................................................................... 33
Product Labeling............................................................................................. 33
User Weight Limitation ................................................................................ 33
Technical Data ................................................................................................ 34
2 SAFETY
Disposal ............................................................................................................ 41
Reuse ................................................................................................................ 41
6 WARRANTY
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Warranty ......................................................................................................... 41
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Intended Use ................................................................................................... 34
General Warnings .......................................................................................... 35
3 USAGE
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Using the Rollator .......................................................................................... 36
Operating Position......................................................................................... 36
Walking ............................................................................................................ 36
Sitting Down ................................................................................................... 36
Rise to a Standing Position........................................................................... 36
Folding the Rollator ....................................................................................... 36
Transport Position ......................................................................................... 37
Using the Height Adjustment Memory ..................................................... 37
Adjusting the Handle Height ....................................................................... 38
Adjustment of Brake Effect .......................................................................... 38
Using the Hand Brake ................................................................................... 39
Using the Parking Brake ............................................................................... 39
Using the Kerb Climber ............................................................................... 39
Mount Kerb Climber on the Opposite Side ............................................ 39
Mounting of Basket ........................................................................................ 40
Seat Cushions ................................................................................................. 40
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1 GENERAL
1.1 General Information
Study the operating instructions carefully before use. The person who
prescribes the product or who is otherwise responsible for the user
must ensure that the product is suitable for the user.
1.4 Product Labeling
The label contains all important
technical information regarding
DOLOMITE JAZZ.
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1.2 Symbols
Signal words are used in this manual and apply to hazards or unsafe practices which could result in personal injury or property damage. See the
information below for definitions of the signal words.
1: Article number
2: Product name
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3: Serial number
4: Date of manufacture
5: Max. user weight
6: NB! See user manual.
7: In- and outdoor rollator.
8: Max. width of rollator.
9: Manufacturer’s name.
10: Height adjustment range
WARNING
Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
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Gives useful tips, recommendations and information for efficient, trouble-free use.
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This product complies with Directive 93/42/EEC concerning
medical devices.
The launch date of this product is stated in the CE declaration
of conformity.
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1.5 User Weight Limitation
Your walker should only be used as a walking aid!
User’s max. weight: Jazz 150 kg. *
1.3 Product Life Cycle
The expected product life cycle of this product is 5 years when used in
accordance with safety instructions, maintenance intervals and correct
use, stated in this manual. The effective product life cycle can vary
according to frequency and intensity of use.
INVACARE will not accept responsibility for adaptations, faulty
repairs, etc, that are outside their control.
* The weight limitation includes the contents of the basket and the
weight of the user whether standing or sitting.
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1.6 Technical Data
2 SAFETY
Dimensions Jazz
Model 610
Model 510
A
595
595
B
750-1000
650-800
C
450
450
D
610
510
E
690
690
Width when folded
L Check ALL parts for shipping damage. If shipping damage is noted,
DO NOT use. Contact carrier/dealer for further instruction.
2.1 Intended Use
The rollator is intended to support a person during walking and may
also serve as a resting seat. Further the rollator is intended to carry a
load either in a specially designed basket or on a tray.
The user shall be instructed how to use the rollator. This shall include
the use of the features of the rollator and the restrictions in use. The
user shall also be notified of the warnings for use given in the user
manual.
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Weight:
7,8 kg
7,5 kg
All dimensions are in mm
The rollator is only intended for use indoor in living or public areas or
outdoor. The rollator is not to be used under water in e.g. pools or
open-air bathe, neither in hot areas as e.g. saunas.
Diameter front and rear wheels: 200 mm
C
B
D
E
A
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2.2 General Warnings
WARNING
Do not go up or down stairs with the rollator.
Do not use the rollator on escalators.
Do not under any circumstances stand on the walker.
Do not let children play with the rollator, risk of injuries.
If the push handles or the seat are exposed to extreme temperature (above 41°C) there might be risk for first degree
burns.
The walker must be fully unfolded when used as walking support.
Be careful when using long skirts, the clothes might get stuck
in the wheels.
Be careful if the wheel turns 90 degree and stops against an
obstacle, there might be a risk of falling.
Use seat for stationary seating only, both brakes must be in
parking position when the rollator is used as a seat.
Never sit on the rollator on sloping ground.
The parking brakes must be in braked position when the
rollator is used as a support when getting up, from a chair for
example.
Loads must only be transported in the basket or on the tray.
Be careful when there is a heavy load in the basket.
Max load in the basket is 7 kg and on the tray is 5 kg.
WARNING
Exercise caution when walking on sloping /
slippery ground and on uneven surfaces.
WARNING
Never lift the rollator in the folding strap
when it is in use.
WARNING
Not to be used for standing on or as a wheelchair.
WARNING: Risk of falling
Be careful when walking rearwards over
obstacles.
WARNING:
Never sit and push with your feet.
WARNING
Always sit on the rollator from the correct side,
i.e do not sit down from the frontside of the
rollator, to avoid getting hurt by the holders
for the basket.
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3 USAGE
3.1 Using the Rollator
We do not recommend that the rollator is issued to anyone without
first carrying out a full assessment of their specific needs. It is important
that the user is given the necessary support by the rollator as prescribed by a qualified professional. This is both for the safety of the user
and also their recovery pattern.
3.4 Sitting Down
Stand in front of the chair with the rollator, the
back of the legs should touch the chair. Place
the hands on the arms of the chair, lean forward
slightly and sit down carefully.
3.2 Operating Position
3.5 Rise to a Standing Position
Place the rollator in front of you, use the armrests of the chair as support and rise carefully
to a standing position. Once steady in a standing
position, transfer hands to the hand grips of the
rollator.
Release the rollator by pulling the push handles outwards. Press on the
seat in order to lock the rollator in operating position.
WARNING
Never use the rollator to pull yourself up from a sitting position due to the tipping risk!
3.6 Folding the Rollator
WARNING
Always make sure that the lock is engaged before using the
rollator.
1. Stand to the side of the rollator.
2. Lift the folding strap on the seat.
3. Press the push handles inwards to fold the rollator.
3.3 Walking
Place the rollator a bit in front of you and take a step towards it whilst
using the hand grips for support.
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3.7 Transport Position
3.8 Using the Height Adjustment Memory
Lift the seat in the folding strap and press the push handles inwards to
fold the rollator. Close the locking mechanism (A) to lock the rollator
in folded position for transporting.
When adjusting the handle height for the first time, the built in
height adjustment memory can be used.
To access the height memory for the first time, raise the push
handles to the highest position to reveal the adjustment screw (A).
Loosen the screw of the height adjustment memory, but do not
remove it. Adjust the handles to a suitable height and retighten the
screw. Push the handles slightly downwards to fix the height. Suitable
tool to use is a 1,5 mm hexagon key (not included).
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If the screw is removed by mistake and the adjustment screw
can not be accessed, raise the handle to the highest position to
make the screw visible again.
A
A
WARNING
Be careful when folding the rollator. Risk of pinching.
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3.9 Adjusting the Handle Height
3.10 Adjustment of Brake Effect
Stand behind the rollator. The handles should normally be positioned
at wrist height.
If braking effect is poor adjust the brake cable. Suitable tools to use
are fixed spanners, 8 mm for adjustment and 10 mm for the locking
nut (not included).
Loosen the handlebar by pushing the locking lever (A) upwards and
then adjust the handles to a suitable height. Lock the handlebars by
pushing the handle slightly downwards, a distinct ”click” is heard
when the handle is locked in it’s position. Repeat the procedure on
the other side.
WARNING
Make sure to tighten the lock nuts after adjustment.
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3.11 Using the Hand Brake
3.13 Using the Kerb Climber
Apply the brakes by pulling both brake handles upwards.
Use the kerb climber to make it easier to mount pavements etc.
3.14 Mount Kerb Climber on the Opposite Side
3.12 Using the Parking Brake
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The kerb climber can be mounted on both the left and the right
side.
To mount the kerb climber on the opposite side, loosen the screw
(A) and remove the kerb climber. Remount the kerb climber on the
opposite side (B) and tighten the screw with a 4 mm hexagon key.
Press the brake handles carefully down wards to apply the parking
brakes. A distinct click indicates that the brake is in the correct
position.
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It is important that both brakes are put into parking position.
To release the brake pull the brake handle upwards.
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B
WARNING: Risk of falling
When using the kerb climber, make sure that the rollator does
not roll away uncontrolledly after crossing over an obstacle.
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3.15 Mounting of Basket
3.16 Seat Cushions
Mount the basket by pushing it onto the tubes under the seat (A).
When the attachment of the basket covers the red marking on the
tubes (B), the basket is correctly mounted.
The seat cushions on the seat can easily be removed if needed. To
remove the seat cushions, pull the cushion upwards on the marking of
the cushion (A).
B
A
A
To remove the basket from the rollator, lift the handles of the basket
slightly upwards and pull the basket outwards.
WARNING: Risk of imbalance/falling
If the seat cushions are removed, be careful not to get stuck
with the clothes on the velcro.
WARNING: Risk of imbalance/falling
Always lock the brakes before mounting/removing the basket.
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4 CARE AND MAINTENANCE
5 AFTER USE
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5.1 Disposal
Maintenance should be done at least once a year.
Do not use an abrasive detergent, cleaner or cloth to clean or
dry the walker.
When the product can no longer be used, it and its accessories as
well as the packaging material should be sorted in the correct way.
The individual parts can be separated and handled according to this
list specification:
Frame: Polyested powder coated aluminium.
Handle bars: Anodised aluminium
Handgrips: TPE
Wheels: Polypropylene with threads of TPE
Plastic parts: material according to marking (PA, PP, PE)
To ensure good performance and safety you should regularly check
that the following is carried out:
Clean the rollator with solvent-free household cleaner. Keep the
wheels clean.
Ensure that screws and adjustments are properly tightened.
Immediately contact the nearest dealer if a fault should appear.
Never use a defective walker. Do not attempt repairs yourself!
Verify brake operation. If brake adjustment is required, see section
3.10 in the user manual.
If hand grips are loose do not use the rollator. Change hand grips
according to the service instructions which can be obtained from
your Invacare representative.
Periodically inspect the castors tightness, wear and damage.
Make sure that the wheels are free of hair, lint and other debris.
Please be environmentally responsible and recycle this product
through your recycling facility at its end of life.
5.2 Reuse
WARNING: Risk of Injury
Always inspect the product according to the service instructions before transferring the product to a different user. If any
damage is found do not use the product. Otherwise injury may
occur.
The service instructions can be obtained from your Invacare
representative.
6 WARRANTY
We supply a 2 year guarantee ** from the date of delivery. Damage
caused by wear to items such as wheels, handles and brakes is not
covered by the guarantee. Damage that arises due to abnormal use is
excluded. Damage caused by users who weigh more than 150 kg is
excluded. Maintenance and operating instructions must be observed
for the guarantee to be valid.
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