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Section/Paragraph Section/Paragraph Page

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

General Safety Instructions.......................................... ii

Safety Alert Symbols ................................................... ii

Warranty Instructions.................................................. ii

SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 Scope of Manual......................................... 1-1

1.2 How to Use Manual..................................... 1-1

1.3 Description of 300 Medical Examination

Table ....................................................... 1-1

1.4 Standard Torque Specifications................... 1-3

1.5 Specifications .............................................. 1-3

1.6 Parts Replacement Ordering....................... 1-3

1.7 Special Tools .............................................. 1-5

SECTION II TESTING AND TROUBLESHOOTING

2.1 Operational Test.......................................... 2-1

2.2 Troubleshooting Procedures........................ 2-3

SECTION III SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

3.1 Scheduled Maintenance .............................. 3-1

SECTION IV MAINTENANCE/SERVICE

INSTRUCTIONS

4.1 Introduction ................................................. 4-1

4.2 Upholstery Removal / Installation................. 4-1

4.3 Footrest Extension Removal / Installation.... 4-3

4.4 Step Assembly Removal / Installation.......... 4-4

4.5 Back Lock Assembly Removal /

Installation ................................................... 4-6

4.6 Lift Lever Removal / Installation................... 4-8

4.7 Heater ON / OFF Switch Removal /

Installation ................................................. 4-11

4.8 Heater Plate Removal / Installation............ 4-11

4.9 Electrical Receptacle Removal /

Installation ................................................. 4-13

4.10 Stirrup Components Removal /

Installation ................................................. 4-14

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SECTION V SCHEMATICS AND DIAGRAMS

5.1 Electrical Schematics / Wiring Diagrams..... 5-1

SECTION VI PARTS LIST

6.1 Introduction ................................................. 6-1

6.2 Description of Columns............................... 6-1

Pictorial Index (300-001, 002)....................... 6-2

Pictorial Index (300-003, 004)....................... 6-3

Pictorial Index (300-005, 006)....................... 6-4

Table Top Components................................ 6-5

Upper Wrap Components............................. 6-6

Stirrup Components ................................... 6-7.*

Cabinet Components.................................... 6-8

Step Assembly ............................................ 6-9

Electrical Components ............................... 6-10

COMMENTS ............................................................ 7-1

FAX ORDERING FORM.......................................... 7-2

(*) Indicates that there has been a serial number break for the illustration and that there are additional point page(s) following the original page.

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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

General Safety Instructions

Safety First: The primary concern of Midmark

Corporation is that this

table is maintained with the safety of the patient and staff in mind. To assure that services and repairs are completed safely and correctly, proceed as follows:

(1) Read this entire manual before performing any services or repairs on this table.

(2) Be sure you understand the instructions contained in this manual before attempting to service or repair this table.

Safety Alert Symbols

Throughout this manual are safety alert symbols that call attention to particular procedures. These items are used as follows:

DANGER

A DANGER is used for an imminently hazardous operating procedure, practice, or condition which, if not correctly followed, will result in loss of life or serious personal injury.

WARNING

A WARNING is used for a potentially hazardous operating procedure, practice, or condition which, if not correctly followed, could result in loss of life or serious personal injury.

CAUTION

A CAUTION is used for a potentially hazardous operating procedure, practice, or condition which, if not correctly followed, could result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

EQUIPMENT ALERT

An EQUIPMENT ALERT is used for an imminently or potentially hazardous operating procedure, practice, or condition which, if not correctly followed, will or could result in serious, moderate, or minor damage to unit.

NOTE

A NOTE is used to amplify an operating procedure, practice or condition.

Warranty Instructions

Refer to the Midmark “Limited Warranty” printed in the

Installation and Operation Manual for warranty information. Failure to follow the guidelines listed below will void the warranty and/or render the 300 Medical

Examination Table unsafe for operation.

• In the event of a malfunction, do not attempt to operate the table until necessary repairs have been made.

• Do not attempt to disassemble table, replace malfunctioning or damaged components, or perform adjustments unless you are one of Midmark’s authorized service technicians.

• Do not substitute parts of another manufacturer when replacing inoperative or damaged components.

Use only Midmark replacement parts.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1 Scope of Manual

SECTION I

GENERAL INFORMATION

This manual contains detailed troubleshooting, scheduled maintenance, and service instructions for Model

300 Medical Examination Table. This manual is intended to be used by Midmark’s authorized service technicians.

The Model 300 Series Medical Examination Table is primarily used in examination rooms for general examinations and minor procedures. The table top is adjustable from a full horizontal position to a chair position.

Also, when supported with an optional pelvic lift bar, the lithotomy position can be achieved. There are five storage drawers which accommodate supplies used during examinations.

1.2 How to Use Manual

A. Manual Use When Performing Scheduled Maintenance.

The major serviceable components of the table are the drawer heater plate (optional) (1, Figure 1-1), heater on/off switch (optional) (2), electrical receptacle (3), back lock assembly (4), lift assembly (5), step assembly

(6), and two stirrup assemblies (7).

(1) Perform inspections and services listed in

Scheduled Maintenance Chart (Refer to para 3.1).

The Model 300 Series Medical Examination Table is available in six different configurations and are distinguished by the following model numbers:

(2) If a component is discovered to be faulty or out of adjustment, replace or adjust component in accordance with maintenance/service instructions (Refer to para 4.1).

B. Manual Use When Table Is Malfunctioning And

Cause Is Unknown.

(1) Perform an operational test on table (Refer to para 2.1).

(2) Perform troubleshooting procedures listed in

Troubleshooting Guide (Refer to para 2.2).

Model

300-001

Non-pelvic tilt, drawers on patient's right side.

Model

300-002

Non-pelvic tilt, drawers on patient's left side.

Model

300-003

Pelvic tilt w/ heater, drawers on patient's right side.

Model

300-004

Pelvic tilt w/ heater, drawers on patient's left side.

Model

300-005

Perineal cut-out in seat section, drawers on patient's right side.

Model

300-006

Perineal cut-out in seat section, drawers on patient's left side.

(3) If a component is discovered to be faulty or out of adjustment, replace or adjust component in accordance with maintenance/service instructions (Refer to para 4.1).

B. Theory of Operation (See Figures 5-1 for wiring diagrams / electrical schematics.

Electrical Power:

C. Manual Use When Damaged Component Is Known.

(1) Replace or adjust component in accordance with maintenance/service instructions (Refer to para 4.1).

115 VAC line voltage is supplied thru the power cord to electrical receptacles located on the side of the table.

As long as the power cord is plug into a supply outlet

115 VAC power will be present at the receptacles.

1.3 Description Of Model 300 Medical

Examination Table.

A. General Description (See Figure 1-1).

Optional Heater Plate:

Some units are equipped with the optional heater plate for drawer warming. When the operator turns the

(N.O.) Heater On/Off Switch to ON, closing the circuit, power is supplied to the 60 watt heater plate, heating the unit. This provides heat in the top, foot end drawer to warm instruments.

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Legend

1. Drawer Heater Plate (Optional)

2. Heater ON / OFF Switch (Optional)

3. Electrical Receptacle

4. Back Lock Assembly

5. Lift Assembly

6. Step Assembly

7. Stirrup Assemblies

5

7

2

1

6

3

Figure 1-1. Major Components

4

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1.4 Standard Torque Specifications

The following standard torque specifications in Table

1-1 apply to the various hardware used on the units unless otherwise listed elsewhere in service procedures or parts illustrations:

Table 1-1. Torque Specifications

Hardware Size Torque Values

#6 ........................... 11 to 21 inch / lbs. (1.2 to 2.3 N•M)

#8 ........................... 20 to 30 inch / lbs. (2.2 to 3.3 N•M)

#10 ......................... 32 to 42 inch / lbs. (3.6 to 4.8 N•M)

1/4" ......................... 75 to 85 inch / lbs. (8.5 to 9.6 N•M)

5/16" .................... 18 to 22 foot / lbs. (24.4 to 29.8 N•M)

3/8" ...................... 31 to 35 foot / lbs. (42.0 to 47.5 N•M)

1/2" ...................... 50 to 60 foot / lbs. (67.8 to 81.4 N•M)

1.5 Specifications

Factual data for the 300 Medical Examination Table is provided in Table 1-2. Also, see Figure 1-2.

Description

Table 1-2. Specifications

Data

Weight:

Without Shipping Carton............... 250 lbs (113.4 kg)

With Shipping Carton........................ 300 lbs (136 kg)

Shipping Carton ...... 60.5 in."L" x 30 in."W" x 42 in."H"

(153.7 cm x 76.2 cm x 106.7 cm)

Dimensions (See Figure 1-2):

Table Top Length .......................... 56 in. (142.24 cm)

Table Top Length (footrest extended). 74 in. (188 cm)

Table Top Width ................................ 27 in. (68.6 cm)

Overall Width ..................................... 27 in. (68.6 cm)

Seat Height (to top of upholstered seat at foot end) .........................32.125 in. (81.6 cm)

Table Adjustment:

Back Section (manually adjusted) ......... 0 to 70 o

(± 5 o

)

Weight Capacity (Maximum) ............. 325 lb. (147.4 kg)

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Electrical Requirements:

115 VAC Unit ........................... 110 - 120 VAC, 60 HZ,

12 amp, single phase

Power Consumption: ................................ 115 VAC Unit

(126 VAC maximum-110 VAC minimum), 60 HZ, 6 amps (max.

without heater) or 6.5 amps (max.

with heater) 60 watt heater rating.

Recommended Circuit:

A separate (dedicated) circuit is recommended for this table. The table should not be connected to an electrical circuit with other appliances or equipment unless the circuit is rated for the additional load.

1.6 Parts Replacement Ordering

If a part replacement is required, order the part directly from the factory as follows:

NOTE

It is

important

that the

entire

Model

and

Serial

Number be presented when ordering parts, scheduling a service call or seeking technical advice.

(1) Refer to Figure 1-3 to determine the location of the model number and serial number of the table and record this data.

(2) Refer to the Parts List to determine the item numbers of the parts, part numbers of the parts, descriptions of the parts, and quantities of parts needed and record this data (Refer to para 6.1).

NOTE

Ask the Purchasing Department of the company that owns the table for this information. Otherwise, this information may be obtained from the dealer that sold the table.

(3) Determine the installation date of the table and record this data.

(4) Call Midmark with the recorded information and ask for the Medical Products Technical Services Department. See back cover of this manual for the phone number or use the Fax

Order Form (See page 7-2 for Fax Order

Form).

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74"

(188 cm)

27"

(68.6 cm)

17.5"

(44.5 cm)

36.5"

(92.7 cm)

20.5"

(52.1 cm)

17"

(43.2 cm)

20"

(51.8 cm)

0

°

to 70

°

(+/-5

°

)

34"

(86.4 cm)

6.25"

(15.9 cm)

7.75"

(19.7cm)

74" (R.H.)

(188 cm)

58" (L.H.)

(147.3 cm)

42.25"

(107.3 cm)

46.88"

(109.1 cm)

Figure 1-2. Table Dimensions

5

°

PELVIC

LIFT

10.25"

(26 cm)

22.13"

(56.2 cm)

10"

(25.4 cm)

32.13"

(81.6 cm)

MA356200

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300

Ritter

*

MA354600

Figure 1-3. Model Number / Serial Number Location

1.7 Special Tools

Table 1-3 lists all of the special tools needed to repair the table, how to obtain the special tools, and the purpose of each special tool.

Table 1-3. Special Tool List

Description of Special Tool

Multimeter

Pop Rivet Gun

Manufacturer's

Name / Address / Phone

Commercially Available

Commercially Available

Torque Wrench Commercially Available

Manufacturer's

Part Number

Any Type

For installation of 1/8 in.

pop rivets.

Any Type

Purpose of Special Tool

Used to perform continuity and voltage checks.

For installation of drawer slides and mullions.

Used to tighten nuts or screws to specified values.

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2.1 Operational Test (See Figure 2-1)

(4) Pull footrest assembly out all the way.

In order to effectively diagnose the malfunction of the table, it may be necessary to perform an operational test as follows:

Observe.

The footrest assembly should extend easily. The footrest assembly should hit stops at the end of its travel, preventing accidental removal.

WARNING

Refer to the Operator Manual for complete instructions on operating the table. Failure to do so could result in personal injury.

(5) Lift up on the head board assembly stopping at several positions.

NOTE

The Operational Test, for the most part, only describes what should happen when the table is operated. If the table does something other than described, a problem has been discovered. Refer to the Troubleshooting Guide to determine the cause of the problem and its correction.

Observe.

The head board assembly should raise smoothly. The back support rod and lock assembly should hold the head board firmly at all positions without slipping. The head board should be able to be raised to 80 o

.

NOTE

The head board should hold firmly with a 200 lb.

(90.7 kg) load applied to the head end of the table.

(1) Plug the table into a grounded, non-isolated, correctly polarized outlet, that has the proper voltage output for the table.

(2) Using a multimeter, check for proper voltage at the table's duplex receptacle.

(6) Apply pressure to the head board to check for drifting. Then press down on one of the back lock handles while pressing down on the head board assembly and lower the head board all the way down.

Observe.

There should be 110 to 120 VAC present at a 115 VAC unit receptacle.

(3) If the unit has the optional heater, turn the

HEATER ON / OFF switch to ON.

Observe.

The back lock assembly should not drift when pressure is applied to head board assembly. The back lock rod assembly should retract smoothly without binding. The head board assembly should be able to be lowered to a horizontal position.

Observe.

The HEATER ON / OFF switch should illuminate and after a short wait, the heater plate should warm the warming drawer.

(7) On units with the optional pelvic tilt, lift up on the seat section slightly.

Turn the HEATER ON / OFF switch to OFF.

Observe.

The pelvic lift bar should automatically raise up into its locked position, supporting the seat section in the pelvic lift position

(+5 o

above horizontal).

To lower the seat section to standard position, raise up slightly on seat section; then grasp pelvic lift handle and rotate the pelvic lift bar downward while lowering seat section.

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2

5

1

4

6

3

Legend

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

Head Board (Back) Section.

Seat Section.

Footrest Shelf.

Footrest Pad.

Pelvic Lift Assembly.

Stirrups.

11

10

7

9

7.

8.

Warming Drawer.

Back Lock Handles.

9.

Duplex Receptacle.

10.

Heater ON / OFF Switch.

11.

Step Assembly.

Figure 2-1. Operational Test

8

MA359000

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(8) Extend the stirrups; then lift up on end of stirrups and move them laterally from the left to the right. Let the stirrups lock into each of the four positions. While applying downward pressure, attempt to move a stirrup laterally to the left or right.

Observe.

The stirrups should be able to be extended and moved laterally easily when raised. The stirrups should lock into each of the four positions and should not be able to be moved laterally as long as downward pressure is applied on the stirrup.

(9) Check operation of each drawer.

Observe.

The drawers should slide easily. All drawer rollers should move freely in the drawer tracks.

(10) Check operation of step.

Observe.

The step should pull out freely and easily. The step should drop into locked position when it is fully extended and should not pull out of the table.

2.2 Troubleshooting Procedures

Table 2-1 is a Troubleshooting Guide which is used to determine the cause of the malfunction.

Table 2-1. Troubleshooting Guide

Problem

Drawer warmer is not working. Power is present at the supply outlet.

Symptom

Heater plate assembly does not warm up when heater ON / OFF switch is turned ON.

Duplex receptacle is not working.

Table power cord is plugged into wall outlet and power is present, but there is still no power at duplex receptacle.

Probable Cause

Heater ON / OFF switch is malfunctioning.

Heater plate assembly is malfunctioning

Check

When heater ON / OFF switch is turned to ON, heater switch should illuminate (this indicates that there is power present at output terminals of switch).

Replace suspect heater plate assembly with known working heater plate assembly or check for continuity thru heater plate assembly wires.

Wire connections are loose.

Check all wiring connections from power heater ON / OFF switch to heater plate assembly.

Perform continuity check on wires. Use multimeter to check for proper voltage levels.

Duplex receptacle is malfunctioning.

Replace suspect duplex receptacle with known working duplex receptacle.

Correction

If heater ON / OFF switch does not illuminate when turned ON, replace heater switch. Refer to para 4.7.

Replace heater plate assembly. Refer to para 4.8.

Clean any dirty connections.

Tighten any loose connections. Replace any damaged connections. Refer to para 5.1.

Replace duplex receptacle.

Refer to para 4.9.

Wire connections are loose.

Check all wiring connections from power cord to duplex receptacle. Perform continuity check on wires. Use multimeter to check for proper voltage levels.

Clean any dirty connections.

Tighten any loose connections. Replace any damaged connections. Refer to para 5.1.

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Table 2-1. Troubleshooting Guide

Problem

Duplex receptacle or optional drawer warmer not working.

Symptom

No power is available at duplex receptacle and heater ON / OFF switch does not illuminate when pressed.

Probable Cause

Power cord is not plugged into facility wall outlet.

Check

Check to see if power cord is plugged in.

Correction

Plug power cord into facility wall outlet.

Head Board Assembly does not operate correctly.

Head Board will not stay in position, drifts down.

Head Board will not descend when back lock handle(s) are depressed.

Head Board descends rapidly when back lock handles are depressed.

Facility circuit breaker providing power to table is tripped / blown.

Check to see if facility circuit breaker is tripped / blown. One way of checking this is to plug a lamp into wall outlet that table was plugged into.

Wire connections are loose.

Check all wiring connections from power cord to duplex receptacle and heater ON / OFF switch. Perform continuity check on wires. Use multimeter to check for proper voltage levels.

Check condition of the back lock springs.

Springs on back lock assembly have broken or come loose.

The hole in the back lock assembly for the back support rod has worn or elongated.

Check the condition of the back lock assembly for excessive wear.

The back support rod has worn excessively and will not hold in the back lock assembly.

Back lock springs are disconnected or broken.

Check for excessive wear on the back support rod.

Inspect the back lock springs.

If circuit breaker is tripped, determine what caused circuit breaker to trip, correct the problem, and then reset / replace circuit breaker.

Clean any dirty connections.

Tighten any loose connections. Replace any damaged connections. Refer to para 5.1.

Replace the springs on the back lock assembly. Refer to para 4.5.

Replace the back lock assembly. Refer to para 4.5.

Replace the back support rod.

Refer to para 4.5.

Connect and / or replace the back lock springs. Refer to para 4.5.

Re-align the back support rod plate or bracket and tighten the mounting screws. Refer to para 4.5.

Back support rod out of alignment causing the rod to bind in the back lock assembly.

Set screws that secure the back lock assembly to the back lock rod are loose or missing.

Set screw(s) are loose in the back lock handle(s) prevent handles from rotating back lock rod and back lock assembly.

Lift spring(s) are broken or disconnected from the lift lever or the eye bolt(s).

Lift spring(s) tension out of adjustment.

Check the alignment of the back support rod and insure the screws are tight on the back support plate or bracket.

Check the set screws to insure they are in place and tightened to the back lock rod.

Check the set screws to insure they are in place and tightened to the back lock rod.

Check the condition of the lift spring(s).

Check the position of the wing nuts to insure they are on the eye bolts sufficiently.

Install and / or tighten the set screws in the back lock assembly. Refer to para 4.5.

Install and / or tighten the set screws in the back lock handles. Refer to para 4.5.

Reconnect or replace the lift springs. Refer to para 4.6.

Adjust the spring tension on the lift springs. Refer to para 4.6.

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Problem

Head Board Assembly does not operate correctly

(contiued).

Step assembly does not function correctly.

Symptom

Head Board descends rapidly when back lock handles are depressed

(continued).

Step assembly difficult to pull out.

Table 2-1. Troubleshooting Guide

Probable Cause

Lift support rod for the lift lever is disconnected.

Check

Check the condition of the lift support rod to insure it is in place.

Nylon stem bumpers worn or missing. Lack of lubrication.

Step stop missing or out of alignment.

Step assembly pulls completely out of table when fully extended.

Step will not lock into position when fully extended.

Correction

Repair or replace the lift support rod. Refer to para 4.6.

Check the condition of the nylon stem bumpers.

Check the condition of the step stop.

Replace and lubricate the nylon stem bumpers. Refer to para 4.4.

Repair or replace the step stop. Refer to para 4.4.

Drawer(s) do not function correctly.

Drawer(s) difficult to slide in and out of the table.

Pelvic tilt does not function correctly.

Pelvic tilt lift bar does not spring to "Up" position when the seat section is lifted.

Lock tabs on bottom rails of step weldment are not bent down far enough.

Drawer(s) not located properly in the cabinet slides.

Drawer and / or cabinet slide is damaged.

Check if lock tabs on bottom rails of step weldment are bent down.

Bend the lock tabs down approximately 1/8 inch

(0.32 cm) from the bottom of the step weldment rails.

Refer to para 4.4.

Insert the drawer slide properly in the cabinet slide.

Check to insure the drawer slide is located properly in the cabinet slide.

Check the condition of the slides on the drawer(s) and cabinet.

Check the ball bearings and cabinet slides.

Replace the cabinet slide(s) and / or drawer assemblies.

Clean, lubricate or replace the cabinet slide(s).

Ball bearings in cabinet slides dry of lubricant or contaminated with foreign debris.

Pivot points on pelvic lift bar dry of lubricant and / or dirty.

Check the condition of the pivot points on the pelvic lift bar.

Clean and lubricate the pivot points on the pelvic lift bar.

Footrest assembly does not function correctly.

Stirrups do not work correctly.

Footrest does not extend or retract smoothly.

Footrest pulls all the way out when fully extended.

Stirrups do not lock into one of four lateral positions.

Springs on the pelvic tilt bar are broken.

Push nuts that retain pelvic lift bar on tabs of upper weldment rubbing on bar.

The nylo tape in the footrest cabinet guides is missing or dry of lubricant.

The footrest weldment is bent or damaged.

The "stop" tabs at the back of the footrest weldment are not bent down correctly.

Stirrups dirty and lacking lubricant.

Stirrup locking mechanism is worn or malfunctioning.

Check the condition of the springs on the pelvic tilt bar.

Check the position of the push nuts in relation to the pelvic lift bar.

Check the condition of the nylo tape.

Replace the springs on the pelvic tilt bar.

Repair or replace the push nuts.

Lubricate and / or replace the nylo tape in the cabinet guides. Refer to para 4.3.

Replace the footrest weldment. Refer to para 4.3.

Inspect the footrest weldment to insure it is straight.

Inspect the footrest weldment to insure the tabs are bent down and that the rubber bumpers are in place on the footrest cabinet guides.

Inspect the stirrup assemblies for dirt and lack of lubricant.

Replace suspect stirrup components with known working stirrup components.

Repair or replace the footrest.

Refer to para 4.3.

Clean and lubricate the stirrup assemblies.

Replace stirrup components.

Refer to para 4.10.

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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE

3.1 Scheduled Maintenance

Table 3-1 is a Scheduled Maintenance Chart which lists the inspections and services that should be performed periodically on the table. These inspections and services should be performed as often as indicated in the chart.

Table 3-1. Scheduled Maintenance Chart

Interval

Semi-annually

Inspection or Service

Obvious damage

Fasteners / hardware

What to Do

Visually check condition of table for obvious damage such as: cracks in components, missing components, dents in components, or any other visible damage which would cause table to be unsafe to operate or would compromise its performance. Repair table as necessary.

Check table for missing or loose fasteners / hardware. Replace any missing hardware and tighten any loose hardware as necessary.

Check for missing or illegible decals. Replace decals as necessary.

Warning and instructional decals

Pivot points / moving parts / accessories

Step Assembly

Lubricate all exposed pivot points, moving parts, and accessories with silicone based lubricant.

Footrest extension

Stirrup assemblies

Check step assembly to insure that it slides in and out easily. Insure that the step assembly locks in place when extended. Refer to para 4.4.

Check that footrest extension can be easily extended and is not damaged. Refer to para 4.3.

Check that stirrup assemblies lock into the four different positions. Check for wear. Replace worn components as necessary. Refer to para 4.14.

Electrical receptacle Check that the electrical receptacle is functioning properly. Replace receptacle as necessary.

Refer to para 4.9.

Drawer Heater (Optional) Where applicable, check to insure the drawer heater is heating sufficiently to warm the top drawer and that the heater ON / OFF switch indicator light illuminates when the switch is in the ON position. If necessary, replace the heater switch or heater plate. Refer to para 4.7 or 4.8.

Pelvic Tilt (Optional) Check that the spring loaded pelvic tilt is operating properly. Replace springs if necessary.

Upholstery

Accessories

Operational Test

Check all upholstery for rips, tears, or excessive wear. Replace cushions as necessary.

Check that all accessories have all of their components and that they function properly. If necessary, repair or replace the accessory.

Perform an Operational Test to determine if the table is operating within its specifications (Refer to para 2.1). Replace or adjust any malfunctioning components.

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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS

4.1 Introduction

WARNING

Refer to the Operator Manual for complete instructions on operating the table. Failure to do so could result in personal injury.

NOTE

Perform an operational test on the table after the repair is completed to confirm the repair was properly made and that all malfunctions were repaired.

WARNING

Do not use this table in an explosive or oxygen-rich atmosphere. To do so could result in an explosion or fire.

The following paragraphs contain removal, installation, repair, and adjustment procedures for the table.

4.2 Upholstery Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug the table power cord from the wall outlet.

(2) For tables without Pelvic Tilt, remove the two screws (1, Figure 4-1) that secure the seat section (2) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(3) Remove the two top, side drawers from the cabinet to gain access to the bottom of the back support rod assembly (3).

(4) Remove the cotter pin (4) from the back support rod assembly (3).

NOTE

To prevent the back lock assembly (5) from snapping back against the upper wrap weldment (6) when the back support rod assembly (3) is removed, slightly depress one of the back lock handles (7) while removing the back support rod (3). When the back support rod (3) is clear of the back lock assembly (5) slowly release the handle (7).

(5) Elevate the head board assembly (8) until the back support rod assembly (3) is clear of the upper wrap cover assembly (9).

(6) Remove the two screws (10) that secure the back support rod assembly (3) to the head board (8) and remove the back support rod assembly (3). Retain the parts for later installation.

NOTE

On some tables the hinge cover (11) may be stapled along the edges. If this is the case, the staples will also have to be removed before removing the hinge cover.

(7) While supporting the head board assembly (8), remove the five screws (12) and the head board assembly (8) from the top hinge (13).

(8) Lift up the seat section (2) and remove the two screws (14) that secure the seat section (2) to the top hinge assembly (13) and remove the seat section (2) and the hinge cover (11).

(9) If replacing the entire top upholstery, remove the four screws (15, Figure 4-1) and top hinge

(13) from the upper wrap weldment (6).

(10) Extend the footrest and remove the upholstered footrest pad (16).

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Figure 4-1. Upholstery Removal / Installation

B. Installation

NOTE

For ease of installation it works best to remove the hinge assembly (13, Figure 4-1), lay the head (8) and seat (2) sections in position on a flat surface with the lower or back sides facing upward, and install the hinge cover (11) and top hinge (13). Once this has been completed install the entire upholstered assembly onto the table.

(1) Lay the new head board (8, Figure 4-1) and seat section (2) in position on a flat surface with the face (upholstery side) down.

NOTE

The pre-drilled holes on the back of the head (8) and seat section (2) for the top hinge (13) may be hidden by the excess vinyl of the head and seat sections.

Cut small incisions over each hole, in the excess vinyl, for insertion of the hinge screws.

(2) Place the hinge cover (11) and the top hinge

(13) in position over the pre-drilled holes on the backs of the head board (8) and seat section (2) and secure with the screws (12 and 14).

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CAUTION

Use care when installing the upholstered top assembly as it weighs approximately

60 lbs. (27.2 kg). Failure to use proper lifting techniques or assistance could result in personal injury.

(3) Place the upholstered top assembly in position on the upper wrap assembly (6) and secure the top hinge (13) with four screws (15).

(4) For tables without Pelvic Tilt, install the two screws (1) that secure the seat section (2) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

NOTE

Do not tighten the two screws (10) that secure the back support rod assembly (3) to the head board assembly (8) at this time. This will allow the back support rod assembly (3) to self-align itself and prevent binding when the back support rod (3) is inserted thru the back lock assembly (5) and the head board (8) is raised and lowered.

(5) Place the back support rod assembly (3) on the back of the head board assembly (8) at the location of the pre-drilled holes for the bracket screws (10) and loosely install the screws but do not tighten them yet.

(6) Insert the back support rod (3) into the back lock assembly (5).

(7) Raise and lower the head board assembly (8) several times until the back support rod (3) is aligned in the back lock assembly (5) and then tighten the two screws (10) on the back support rod assembly (3).

(8) Insert the cotter pin (4) into the end of the back support rod (3) and bend over the ends of the cotter pin (4).

(9) Lightly lubricate the back support rod assembly

(3) and raise and lower the head board (8) to insure proper operation and clean the unit.

(10) Install the footrest pad (16) and push the footrest back into the stowed position.

(11) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet.

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4.3 Footrest Extension Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug the table power cord from the wall outlet.

(2) Pull out on the footrest assembly (1, Figure 4-2) until it is fully extended.

(3) Remove the upholstered footrest pad (2) and treatment pan (3).

NOTE

For tables without Pelvic Tilt, remove the two screws

(4) that secure the seat section (5) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(4) Raise the seat section (5) and, using a pliers or equivalent, bend up the two metal tabs (6) on the back of the footrest weldment (1) until they are horizontal.

(5) Pull the footrest weldment (1) out of the upper wrap weldment (7).

B. Installation

NOTE

Before installing the footrest weldment inspect the footrest runners (B, Figure 4-2) to insure the nylo tape glides (8) are in place at the side and top of each runner. Also, inspect the rubber bumpers (9), located at the back of the footrest runners to insure they are intact.

(1) Inspect the nylo tape glides (8, Figure 4-2) and rubber bumpers (9) and replace if necessary.

Place a light coating of lubricant on the glides.

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Figure 4-2. Footrest Extension Removal / Installation

(2) Insert the footrest weldment (1) into the runners

(B) of the upper wrap weldment (7) and bend the two tabs (6) downward until vertical.

(3) Install the treatment pan (3) and upholstered footrest pad (2).

(4) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet.

4.4 Step Assembly Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug the table power cord from the wall outlet.

(2) Pull out on the step assembly (1, Figure 4-3) until it is fully extended.

(3) While lightly pulling the step assembly outward, reach beneath it and push the step stop (2) upward until it clears the base weldment (3) ; then remove the step assembly from the cabinet.

B. Drawer Front Replacement

NOTE

Should it be necessary to replace the drawer front on the step assembly the step covering must also be replaced as it is adhered to the drawer front.

(1) Remove the step covering (4, Figure 4-3) from the step assembly (5).

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Figure 4-3. Step Assembly Removal / Installation

(2) Reaching up through the opening at the bottom of the drawer front (6), push out on the insert panel (7) and remove it.

(3) Remove the eight 6-18 x 1/2 inch screws (8) that secure the drawer front (6) to the step weldment (5) and remove the drawer front.

(4) Clean the surface of the step weldment (5), to which the step covering (4) will be attached, with alcohol or a similar cleanser to insure the adhesive back of the step covering will bond to the surface of the step weldment.

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(5) Install the drawer front (6) to the step weldment

(5) and secure with eight 6-18 x 1/2 inch screws (8).

NOTE

Before removing the protective cover from the adhesive backing of the step cover, lay the cover in place and make some light locations marks to insure the step cover is installed uniformly on the step weldment.

(6) Before installing the step cover (1, Figure 4-4) lay it on the step weldment (2) and make location marks. The step cover (1) should be located so that it is positioned 5/16 inch (0.794

cm) to 3/8 inch (0.953 cm) from the outer edges of the drawer front (3) and step weldment (2).

NOTE

Using alcohol or equivalent, clean any residue off the surface of the step before installing the new step cover.

(7) Remove the protective cover from the step cover (4, Figure 4-3) and place it in position, aligned with the location marks.

(8) Inspect the nylon stem bumpers (9) on the step weldment (5) and replace if necessary.

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(.8 cm to .9 cm)

5/16" to 3/8"

(.8 cm to .9 cm)

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Figure 4-4. Drawer Front Replacement

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(9) Inspect the nylon stem bumpers (1, Figure 4-5) and bumper stops (2) on the runners (A) of the base weldment (3) and replace if worn.

C Installation

EQUIPMENT ALERT

Before installing the step assembly into the cabinet check that the lock tabs (A,

Figure 4-3) on both sides of the bottom of the step weldment (5) are bent downward approximately 1/8 inch (0.318 cm) but

no farther

then the surface of the nylon stem bumpers (9) next to the tabs. These tabs (A) lock the step assembly in position when it is extended.

(1) Inspect the lock tabs (A, Figure 4-3) and adjust if necessary.

(2) Place some lubricant, such as vaseline, on the nylon stem bumpers (9).

NOTE

When inserting step assembly into the cabinet the step will have to be lifted slightly to clear the lock tabs at the bottom of the step assembly. It will also be necessary to push up on the step stop (2, Figure

4-3) in order for the stop to clear the base weldment.

(3) Install the step assembly (1) into the cabinet.

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Figure 4-5. Drawer Front Replacement

CAUTION

Extend the step assembly outward to insure it locks in place. If necessary readjust the lock tabs (A, Figure 4-3). Failure to insure the step assembly locks in place could cause injury to the users.

(4) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet.

4.5 Back Lock Assembly Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug the table power cord from the wall outlet.

(2) Remove the two top drawers from the side of the cabinet to gain access to the bottom of the back support rod (1, Figure 4-6).

(3) Remove the cotter pin (2) from the back support rod (1).

NOTE

To prevent the back lock assembly (3) from snapping back against the upper wrap weldment (4) when the back support rod (1) is removed, slightly depress one of the back lock handles (5) while removing the back support rod (1). When the back support rod (1) is clear of the back lock assembly (3) slowly release the handle (5).

(4) Elevate the head board assembly (6) until the back support rod (1) is clear of the upper wrap cover assembly (7). Allow the head board (6) to rest against the seat section (8).

(5) Remove the four screws (9) that secure the upper wrap cover (7) to the upper wrap assembly (4) and remove the upper wrap cover.

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Figure 4-6. Back Lock Assembly Removal / Installation

(6) Disconnect the back lock springs (10) from the upper wrap assembly (4).

(9) Pull the back lock rod (13) out of the back lock assembly (3), two washers (14) and the bracket

(A) of the upper wrap assembly (4).

(7) Loosen the set screw (11) and remove the back lock handle (5).

(8) Loosen the two 1/4-20 x 3/8 set screws (12) that secure the back lock rod (13) to the back lock assembly (3).

(10) Remove the back lock assembly (3) and two washers (14) from the bracket (A) of the upper wrap assembly (4).

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B. Installation

(1) Insert the back lock rod (13, Figure 4-6) thru the bracket (A) of the upper wrap assembly, two washers (14) and back lock assembly (3).

EQUIPMENT ALERT

Do not over-tighten the set screws in the back lock handles to prevent stripping the threads. Torque to 10 to 20 inch / lbs. (1.13 to 2.26

N•M).

(2) Install the back lock handle (5) onto the back lock rod (13) aligning it with the other back lock handle (5) and tighten the set screw (11) to 10 to 20 inch / lbs. (1.13 to 2.26 N•M).

(3) Connect the two back lock springs (10) to the upper wrap (4) and compress the spring hooks to secure the springs to the upper wrap assembly.

CAUTION

Use care to prevent the head board from falling when inserting the back support rod into the back lock assembly. Failure to do so may cause personal injury.

(4) Lifting the back lock assembly (3), align the back support rod (1) with the hole in the back lock assembly and insert the rod thru the assembly.

(5) With the head board (6) in the elevated or chair position, rotate the back lock handles (5) so the pointed end of the handles are facing toward the foot-end of the table and the handles are pointed downward approximately 15 o

to 20 o

.

EQUIPMENT ALERT

Use care not to overtighten the set screws in the back lock assembly. Tighten the set screws 75 to 80 inch / lbs. (0.533 to 0.604 N•M).

(6) Tighten one of the set screws (12) on the back lock assembly (3) to secure the back lock assembly to the back lock rod (13).

(7) Lower the head board (6) to the horizontal position and observe the position of the back lock handles (5). The handles should be parallel with the bottom edge of the head board or pointed slightly downward.

(8) If necessary, lift the head board, loosen the set screw on the back lock assembly and rotate the handles up or down to adjust their position.

Lower the head board and check the positions.

(9) Raise the head board (6) and tighten both set screws (12) on the back lock assembly to 75 to

80 inch / lbs. (0.533 to 0.604 N•M).

(10) Raise and lower the head board (6) several times to insure the back support rod (1) moves up and down smoothly without binding.

NOTE

If the back support rod (1) binds, loosen the two screws (15) on the back support rod (1). Raise and lower the head board (6) several times until it operates smoothly and retighten the screws on the bracket.

(11) Raise the head board (6) until the back support rod (1) is free from the back lock assembly (3).

(12) Supporting the head board (6), install the cover assembly (7) and secure with the four screws (9).

(13) Rotate the back lock handles (5) to align the hole in the back lock assembly (3) and insert the back support rod (1).

(14) Insert the cotter pin (2) in the end of the back support rod (1) and bend over the ends of the cotter pin.

(15) Lightly lubricate the back support rod (1), check operation and install the drawers.

(16) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet.

4.6 Lift Lever Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

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(1) Unplug the table power cord from the wall outlet.

(2) Remove the two top drawers from the side of the cabinet to gain access to the bottom of the back support rod (1, Figure 4-7).

(3) Remove the cotter pin (2) from the back support rod (1).

NOTE

To prevent the back lock assembly (3) from snapping back against the upper wrap weldment (4) when the back support rod (1) is removed, slightly depress one of the back lock handles (5) while removing the back support rod (1). When the back support rod (1) is clear of the back lock assembly (3) slowly release the handle (5).

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Figure 4-7. Lift Lever Removal / Installation

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(4) Elevate the head board assembly (6) until the back support rod (1) is clear of the upper wrap cover assembly (7). Allow the head board (6) to rest against the seat section (8).

CAUTION

Insure the head board is positioned and secured to prevent it from falling while working on the table. Failure to do so could result in personal injury.

(5) Remove the four screws (9) that secure the upper wrap cover (7) to the upper wrap assembly (4) and remove the upper wrap cover.

(6) Disconnect the lift springs (10) from the lift lever (11).

(7) Remove the push-on retaining ring (12) from one side of the lift support rod (13) and remove the rod (13) and washers (14) from the lift lever

(11) and upper wrap assembly (4).

B. Installation

(1) Place the lift lever (11, Figure 4-7) and two flat washer (14) in position on the brackets (A) of the upper wrap assembly (4).

(2) Insert the lift support rod (13) thru the brackets

(A) on the upper wrap assembly and lift lever

(11).

(3) Insure the lift support rod (13) is centered in the bracket (A) and install the push-on retaining rings (12).

(4) Connect the lift springs (10) to the lift lever (11).

NOTE

The wing nuts (1, Figure 4-8) should be threaded onto the eye bolts (2) approximately 1 inch (2.54

cm).

(5) Check the position of the wing nuts (1, Figure

4-8) on the eye bolts (2) of the lift assembly.

(6) Rotate the back lock handles (5, Figure 4-7) to align the hole in the back lock assembly (3) and insert the back support rod (1).

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Figure 4-8. Lift Lever Installation

NOTE

With the head board in the chair position and no weight on the table, the head board should descend

1/2 to 3/4 of the way to the horizontal position when the back lock handles are released.

(7) Check to insure the head board (6) raises and lowers smoothly. If necessary, adjust the wing nuts (1, Figure 4-8) to adjust the tension on the eye bolts (2).

(8) Raise the head board (6, Figure 4-7) until the back support rod (1) is free from the back lock assembly (3).

(9) Supporting the head board (6), install the cover assembly (7) and secure with the four screws (9).

(10) Rotate the back lock handles (5) to align the hole in the back lock assembly (3) and insert the back support rod (1).

(11) Insert the cotter pin (2) in the end of the back support rod (1) and bend over the ends of the cotter pin.

(12) Lightly lubricate the back support rod (1), check operation, and install the drawers.

(13) Plug table power cord into wall outlet.

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4.7 Heater ON / OFF Switch Removal /

Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug table power cord from wall outlet.

(2) Using a standard screwdriver, carefully pry heater switch (1, Figure 4-9) out of upper wrap weldment (2), making sure not to scratch table.

(3) Tag the wires for later assembly and disconnect the four wires (3) from heater switch (1).

B. Installation

(1) Connect four wires (3, Figure 4-9) to heater switch (1) (Refer to the para 5.1).

NOTE

Insure that the switch ON (

I

) and OFF (

O

) symbols are matched with the proper ON or OFF designation on the decal when installing the switch.

(2) Push heater switch (1) into upper wrap weldment (2) until heater switch "pops" into place.

(3) Plug table power cord into wall outlet.

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CAUTION

HOT

4.8

Heater Plate Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug table power cord from wall outlet.

(2) Remove the two drawers from foot end of table.

(3) Remove the heater ON / OFF switch (Refer to para 4.7).

(4) Pull the footrest section (1, Figure 4-10) out as far as it will go.

NOTE

For tables without Pelvic Tilt, remove the two screws

(2) that secure the seat section (3) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(5) Raise up the seat section (3).

(6) Remove the four screws (4) and stirrup guide

(5) from the upper wrap weldment (6).

(7) Remove any wrap-n-tap wire clamps (7) securing the heater plate wiring (8) to the upper wrap weldment (6).

(8) Remove the two screws (9), heater plate (10), and heat shield (11) from bottom side of the upper wrap weldment (6).

B. Installation

(1) Route the heater plate wires (8, Figure 4-10) thru the wire hole (B) in the upper wrap weldment (6).

CAUTION

Insure the heater plate wires are not pinched by the heater plate during installation. Failure to do so could cause personal injury.

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Removal / Installation

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(2) Install the heat shield (11), and the heater plate

(10) on the upper wrap weldment (6) and secure with the two screws (9).

(6) Lower the seat section (3). If necessary, for tables without pelvic tilt, install the two screws

(2) to secure the seat section (3) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(3) Install the heater ON / OFF switch (Refer to para 4.7).

(7) Push the foot rest (1) into its stowed position.

(4) Secure the heater plate wires (8) to the upper wrap weldment (6) with wrap-n-tap clamps (7).

NOTE

Plug the table in temporarily, turn ON the heater switch and check to insure the heater plate begins to warm. Unplug the table and continue on with installation procedures.

(8) Install the two drawers in the table.

(9) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet.

(5) Install the stirrup guide (5) on the upper wrap weldment (6) and secure with the four screws (4).

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Figure 4-11. Electrical Receptacle Removal / Installation

4.9 Electrical Receptacle Removal / Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

(1) Unplug table power cord from wall outlet.

(2) Extend the stirrups (1, Figure 4-11) out to full extension.

(3) Extend the footrest (2) out to full extension.

(4) Remove the screw (3) from the front of the receptacle cover (4).

NOTE

For tables without Pelvic Tilt, remove the two screws

(5) that secure the seat section (6) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(5) Raise up the seat section (6).

(6) Remove the screw (7), from inside the upper wrap assembly (8), that secures the receptacle cover (4) to the upper wrap assembly (8).

(7) Remove the two screws (9) that secure the duplex receptacle (10) to the upper wrap assembly (8).

(8) Pull the duplex receptacle (10) out of the cavity in the upper wrap assembly (8).

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NOTE

Before removing any of the electrical leads from the duplex receptacle place identification tags on them for installation onto the replacement receptacle. If the table has a drawer heater there will be five leads and without the drawer heater there are three leads.

(9) Tag and disconnect the electrical leads (11) from the duplex receptacle (10) and remove the receptacle.

B. Installation

CAUTION

When installing the electrical leads (11,

Figure 4-11) on the duplex receptacle (10) insure the insulation on the leads covers sufficiently to prevent electrical shorts to the cabinet. The black leads connect to the side of the receptacle with the black screws and the white leads connect to the side with the silver screws. Insure the ground (green) lead is connected to the ground terminal on the receptacle and to the table. Failure to do so could result in personal injury

(1) Connect the electrical leads (11, Figure 4-11) to the appropriate terminals on the duplex receptacle (10) (Refer to para 5.1).

CAUTION

Insure the receptacle is positioned in the cavity of the upper wrap assembly so that none of the electrical terminals or exposed wires are contacting the upper wrap assembly.

(2) Insert the receptacle (10) into its cavity in the upper wrap assembly (8) and secure with the two screws (9).

(3) Place the cover (4) on the receptacle (10) and install the screw (3) on the front cover and the screw (7) inside the upper wrap assembly (8).

(4) Push the footrest (2) and stirrups (1) into their stowed positions.

(5) Lower the seat section (6). If necessary, for tables without pelvic tilt, install the two screws

(5) to secure the seat section (6) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(6) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet and check that there is power to the receptacle.

4.10

Stirrup Components Removal /

Installation

A. Removal

WARNING

Always disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before removing any of the table's covers / shrouds or making any repairs to prevent the possibility of electrical shock. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in personal injury or death.

NOTE

For tables without Pelvic Tilt, remove the two screws

(1, Figure 4-12) that secure the seat section (2) to the upper wrap cross member (A).

(1) Raise the seat section (2, Figure 4-12) up and support it.

(2) Pull the foot rest section (3) out to its full extension.

(3) Pull the stirrup (4) out far enough to access the stop screw (5) and remove the stop screw (5) from the stirrup (4).

(4) Pull the stirrup (4) out of the pivot boss (6).

(5) Remove the pivot boss (6) and the stirrup guide bracket (7) from the upper wrap weldment (8).

(6) If worn, remove the stirrup index spring (9) from the stirrup guide bracket (7).

B. Installation

(1) If removed, install the stirrup index spring

(9, Figure 4-12) on the guide bracket (7).

(2) Install the guide bracket (7) in the upper wrap weldment (8) and secure with the pivot boss (6).

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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE

(3) Slide the stirrup (4) thru the slots (B) in the pivot boss (6) and the guide bracket (7).

(4) Install the stop screw (5) on the stirrup (4).

(5) Push the footrest section (3) all the way into its stowed position.

(6) Lower the seat section (2). If necessary, for tables without pelvic tilt, install the two screws

(1) to secure the seat section (2) to the upper wrap assembly (8).

(7) Plug the table power cord into wall outlet.

(8) Check the stirrups to insure they work smoothly and lock into the various positions.

2

B

3

A

6

8

1

4

7

9

5

Figure 4-12. Stirrup Components Removal / Installation

MA358100

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SECTION V

SCHEMATICS AND DIAGRAMS

SECTION V

SCHEMATICS AND DIAGRAMS

5.1 Electrical Schematics / Wiring

Diagrams

Figure 5-1 illustrates the current flow and wiring connections between the electrical components in the

115 VAC table.

120 V.A.C. 12 AMP.

60 HZ. SUPPLY

(MUST BE GROUNDED)

015-0066-03

BLACK

WHITE

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE

BLACK

120 V.A.C. 12 AMP.

60 HZ. SUPPLY

(MUST BE GROUNDED)

WHITE

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE

015-0066-03

BLACK

015-0064-03

4 5

WHITE

WHITE

015-0064-02

1

WHITE

2

HEATER SWITCH

(IN "OFF" POSITION)

60 WATT

HEATER

BLACK

WHITE

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE

015-0066-03

BLACK

015-0064-03

4

5

WHITE

WHITE

015-0064-02

1

WHITE

2

ILLUMINATED

HEATER SWITCH

(IN "ON" POSITION)

120 V.A.C. 12 AMP.

60 HZ. SUPPLY

(MUST BE GROUNDED)

Figure 5-1. 115 VAC Units Electrical Schematic / Wiring Diagram

60 WATT

HEATER

MA357200

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PARTS LIST

6.1 Introduction

SECTION VI

PARTS LIST

The Description column provides a physical description of the component.

The illustrated parts list provides information for identifying and ordering the parts necessary to maintain the unit in peak operating condition. Refer to paragraph

1.5 for parts ordering information.

The parts list also illustrates disassembly and assembly relationships of parts.

The Qty. column lists the number of units of a particular component that is required for the subassembly. The letters “AR” denote “as required” when quantities of a particular component cannot be determined, such as: adhesive.

6.2 Description of Columns

The Item column of the parts list gives a component its own unique number. The same number is given to the component in the parts illustration. This allows a part number of a component to be found if the technician can visually spot the part on the illustration. The technician simply finds the component in question on the illustration and notes the item number of that component. Then, he finds that item number in the parts list. The row corresponding to the item number gives the technician the part number, a description of the component, and quantity of parts per subassembly.

Also, if a part number is known, the location of that component can be determined by looking for the item number of the component on the illustration.

The Part No. column lists the MIDMARK part number for that component.

Bullets { • } in the Part No. column and the Description column show the indenture level of a component. If a component does not have a bullet, it is a main component of that illustration. If a component has a bullet, it is a subcomponent of the next component listed higher in the parts list than itself that does not have a bullet.

Likewise, if a component has two bullets, it is a subcomponent of the next component listed higher in the parts list than itself that has only one bullet.

6.3 Torque Specifications and Important

Assembly Notes

When specific assembly torque specifications, measurements, or procedures have been identified, by our engineering department, as required to assure proper function of the unit, those torque specifications measurements, and procedures will be noted on the parts illustrations. Adherence to these requirements is essential.

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1

2

3

4

4

5

6

1

2

3

Item Part No.

300-001

300-002

5

6

MA342900

Used on units with Serial Number GE1000 thru Present

Used On Units With Serial Number V2200 thru Present

Description Qty.

Item Part No.

Description Qty.

300 Exam Table - R.H. ...................... 6-2

300 Exam Table - L.H. (Shown) ........ 6-2

• Table Top Components ................... 6-5

• Upper Wrap Components ............... 6-6

• Stirrup Components ........................ 6-7

• Cabinet Components ...................... 6-8

• Step Assembly ................................ 6-9

• Electrical Components .................. 6-10

9

10

11

12

13

7

8

14

15

16

Refer to MEDICAL ACCESSORY BOOK {004-0096-00}

9A01010

9A0200*

9A04001

9A70000

9A104001

9A105002

9A180002

9A20600*

9A21000*

9A28100*

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

Knee Crutch Set ............................. 9A01

Armboard Assembly ....................... 9A02

Procto Rest .................................... 9A04

Stainless Steel Treatment Pan ......... 6-6

Uroligy Drain Pan ......................... 9A104

Pelvic Lift Accessory .................... 9A105

Welch Allyn Bracket ..................... 9A180

Knee Crutch Set ........................... 9A206

Side Rails ..................................... 9A210

Welch Allyn Bracket ...................... 9A281

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1

2

3

4

5

6

3

4

1

2

5

6

Item Part No.

300-003

300-004

MA342900

Used on units with Serial Number GF1000 thru Present

Used on units with Serial Number V2200 thru Present

Description Qty.

Item Part No.

Description Qty.

300 Exam Table - R.H. (w / Heater

& Pelvic Lift) ...................................... 6-3

300 Exam Table - L.H. (w / Heater

& Pelvic Lift {Shown}) ....................... 6-3

• Table Top Components ................... 6-5

• Upper Wrap Components ............... 6-6

• Stirrup Components ........................ 6-7

• Cabinet Components ...................... 6-8

• Step Assembly ................................ 6-9

• Electrical Components .................. 6-10

7 9A01010

8 9A0200*

9 9A04001

10 9A70000

11 9A104001

12 9A180002

13 9A20600*

14 9A21000*

15 9A28100*

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

Refer to MEDICAL ACCESSORY BOOK {004-0096-00}

Knee Crutch Set ............................. 9A01

Armboard Assembly ....................... 9A02

Procto Rest .................................... 9A04

Stainless Steel Treatment Pan ......... 6-6

Uroligy Drain Pan ......................... 9A104

Welch Allyn Bracket ..................... 9A180

Knee Crutch Set ........................... 9A206

Side Rails ..................................... 9A210

Welch Allyn Bracket ...................... 9A281

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1

2

3

4

3

4

1

2

5

6

Item Part No.

300-005

300-006

5

6

MA343000

Used on units with Serial Number GH1000 thru Present

Used on units with Serial Number V2200 thru Present

Description Qty.

Item Part No.

Description Qty.

300 Exam Table - R.H. (w / Perineal

Cutout) .............................................. 6-4

300 Exam Table - L.H. (w / Perineal

Cutout) .............................................. 6-4

• Table Top Components ................... 6-5

• Upper Wrap Components ............... 6-6

• Stirrup Components ........................ 6-7

• Cabinet Components ...................... 6-8

• Step Assembly ................................ 6-9

• Electrical Components .................. 6-10

9

10

7

8

11

12

13

14

15

Refer to MEDICAL ACCESSORY BOOK {004-0096-00}

9A01010

9A0200*

9A04001

9A70000

9A104001

9A180002

9A20600*

9A21000*

9A28100*

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES

Knee Crutch Set ............................. 9A01

Armboard Assembly ....................... 9A02

Procto Rest .................................... 9A04

Stainless Steel Treatment Pan ......... 6-6

Uroligy Drain Pan ......................... 9A104

Welch Allyn Bracket ..................... 9A180

Knee Crutch Set ........................... 9A206

Side Rails ..................................... 9A210

Welch Allyn Bracket ...................... 9A281

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Table Top Components

Color Selector......www.midmark.com

2

5

1

22

4

7

24

6

SECTION VI

PARTS LIST

8

9

10

25

12

13

11

17

17

23 14

9

21

20

19

18

15

16

3

27

26

MA342400

Item Part No.

1

9

10

11

7

8

2

3

4

5

6

002-0567-00

(N.L.A.)

002-0972-00

Description Qty.

Standard Upholstery Set (Includes Items

3 thru 16 [Specify Color]) {Shown} ...... 1

Perneal Upholstery Set (Includes

Items 2 thru 16 [Specify Color]) ........... 1

Upholstered Footrest (Specify Code) ... 1

• 053-0424-00 • Footrest Glide .................................... 4

• 028-0441-00 • Upholstered Seat Board - Standard

(Specify Code) {Shown} ..................... 1

• 028-0449-00 • Upholstered Seat Board - Perneal

(Specify Code) ................................... 1

• 016-0022-00 • Stud .................................................... 4

• 028-0442-00 • Upholstered Head Board

(Specify Code) ................................... 1

• 056-0203-00 • Hinge Cover Vinyl (Specify Code) ..... 1

• 053-0043-04 • L. H. Pole Socket ............................... 1

• 040-0006-26 • Screw ................................................. 4

• 042-0605-00 • Wire Nail ............................................. 1

• 053-0043-03 • R. H. Pole Socket ............................... 1

Item Part No.

Description Qty.

12 • 053-1290-00 • Recess Bumper ................................. 2

13 • 040-0008-95 • Screw ................................................. 2

14 • 050-0194-00 • Plate ................................................... 1

15 • 053-0950-00 • Scuff Plate (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) 1

16 • 042-0040-00 • Staple (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) ...... 10

17 040-0010-01 Screw ................................................... 9

18 029-0151-03 Back Support Rod Assembly (Includes ...

Items 19 thru 21) .................................. 1

19 • 057-0013-00 • Back Support Rod .............................. 1

20 • 042-0001-01 • Roll Pin ............................................... 1

21 • 050-0556-40 • Rod Support Bracket .......................... 1

22 029-0017-00 Paper Tear Strip ................................... 2

23 040-0010-35

24 016-0715-41

25 055-0005-00

Screw ................................................... 4

Top Hinge ............................................. 1

Dowel ................................................... 1

26 040-0010-01

27

Screw (Units w/o Pelvic Lift Only) ........ 2

Upper Wrap (Refer to "Upper Wrap

Assembly" Elsewhere) ..................... Ref.

N.L.A. Denotes "No Longer Available)

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

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5

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40

1

2

6

2

3

1

7

8

18

19

9

30

17

16

14

14

15

34

37

36

38

28

21

20

24

23

22

33

17

32

31

35

39

TORQUE LEGEND

ITEM #

21

TORQUE

10-20 IN-LBS

(1.2-2.3 N•M)

29

2

30

26

25

27

MA342300

Used on units with Serial Number GE1000, GF1000, and GH1000 thru GE2542, GF1063, and GH1117

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

10

11

12

13

14

15

Item Part No.

7

8

5

6

9

3

4

1

2

042-0159-00

045-0001-01

057-0436-00

051-0132-40

025-0003-00

016-0008-00

045-0001-02

041-0250-05

029-0305-06

029-0305-07

061-0291-00

061-0620-00

061-0506-00

040-0010-00

050-0180-40

050-1651-40

042-0010-03

053-0014-00

053-0844-00

053-0844-01

Description Qty.

Push-on Retaining Ring ....................... 2

Washer ................................................. 4

Lift Support Rod ................................... 1

Lift Lever .............................................. 1

Lift Spring ............................................. 2

Eye Bolt ................................................ 2

Washer ................................................. 2

Wing Nut .............................................. 2

Cover Assy. (Right Hand Tables Only) 1

Cover Assy. (Left Hand Tables Only) .. 1

Serial Number Label ......................... Ref

Patent Number Label ........................... 1

U.L. / C.U.L. Listing Label ................... 1

C.S.A. Label (Units w/o Heaters Only) . 1

Screw ................................................. 12

End Cap ............................................... 1

Lock Bracket (Left Hand Tables Only) . 1

Pop Rivet .............................................. 4

Self Sticking Bumper ............................ 4

R.H. Back Lock Handle ........................ 1

L.H. Back Lock Handle ......................... 1

040-0250-148 Set Screw ............................................. 2

040-0010-74 Screw ................................................... 1

Item

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

Part No.

045-0001-04

050-0101-00

025-0008-00

051-0002-00

042-0003-00

040-0250-00

057-0435-40

030-0731-40

030-0731-42

030-1034-40

053-0828-00

053-0220-01

9A70000

041-0009-00

053-0018-00

053-0268-00

057-0242-40

016-0284-01

016-0284-00

040-0010-18

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

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Description Qty.

Lockwasher .......................................... 1

Back Lock Spring Retainer .................. 1

Back Lock Spring ................................. 2

Back Lock ............................................. 1

Cotter Pin ............................................. 1

Back Support Rod Assembly (Refer to

"Table Top Components" Elsewhere) Ref

Set Screw ............................................. 2

Back Lock Rod ..................................... 1

Upper Wrap Weldment (Standard) ...... 1

Upper Wrap Weldment (Perineal) ........ 1

Foot Rest Weldment ............................ 1

Foot Rest Trim ..................................... 1

Treatment Pan ..................................... 1

Stainless Steel Treatment Pan

(Optional Accessory) ............................ 1

Push Nut .............................................. 2

Nylo Tape (Listed In Inches) .............. 52

End Cap (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) ....... 2

Pelvic Lift Bar (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) 1

R.H. Spring(Used on Left Side[Shown]) 1

L.H. Spring(Used on Right Side) .......... 1

Screw ................................................... 4

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TORQUE LEGEND

ITEM #

20

TORQUE

10-20 IN-LBS

(1.2-2.3 N•M)

MA342301i

Used on units with Serial Number GE2543 thru GE3617,

GF1064 thru GF1205, & GH1118 thru GH1121

19

20

21

22

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

Item Part No.

5

6

3

4

1

2

7

8

9

042-0159-00

045-0001-01

057-0436-00

051-0132-40

025-0003-00

016-0008-00

Description Qty.

Push-on Retaining Ring ....................... 2

Washer ................................................. 2

Lift Support Rod ................................... 1

Lift Lever .............................................. 1

Lift Spring ............................................. 2

Eye Bolt ................................................ 2

045-0001-02

041-0250-05

029-0305-06

029-0305-07

061-0291-00

061-0620-00

061-0506-00

040-0010-00

050-0180-40

042-0010-03

053-0014-00

053-0844-00

Washer ................................................. 2

Wing Nut .............................................. 2

Cover Assy. (Right Hand Tables Only) 1

Cover Assy. (Left Hand Tables Only) .. 1

Serial Number Label ......................... Ref

Patent Number Label ........................... 1

U.L. / C.U.L. Listing Label ................... 1

C.S.A. Label (Units w/o Heaters Only) . 1

Screw ................................................. 14

End Cap ............................................... 1

Pop Rivet .............................................. 4

Self Sticking Bumper ............................ 4

R.H. Back Lock Handle ........................ 1

053-0844-01 L.H. Back Lock Handle ......................... 1

040-0250-148 Set Screw ............................................. 2

050-0101-00

051-0002-00

Back Lock Spring Retainer .................. 1

Back Lock ............................................. 1

Item

23

24

25

26

27

Part No.

28 057-0435-40

29 030-1286-40

030-1286-41

30 030-1034-40

31 053-0828-00

32 053-0220-01

33

34

35

36

37

38

025-0008-00

042-0003-00

040-0250-00

9A70000

041-0009-00

053-0018-00

053-0268-00

057-0242-40

016-0284-01

016-0284-00

040-0010-18

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Back Lock Spring ................................. 2

Screw .................................................... 2

Cotter Pin ............................................. 1

Back Support Rod Assembly (Refer to

"Table Top Components" Elsewhere) Ref

Set Screw ............................................. 2

Back Lock Rod ..................................... 1

Upper Wrap Weldment (Standard) ...... 1

Upper Wrap Weldment (Perineal) ........ 1

Foot Rest Weldment ............................ 1

Foot Rest Trim ..................................... 1

Treatment Pan ..................................... 1

Stainless Steel Treatment Pan

(Optional Accessory) ............................ 1

Push Nut .............................................. 2

Nylo Tape (Listed In Inches) .............. 52

End Cap (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) ....... 2

Pelvic Lift Bar (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) 1

R.H. Spring(Used on Left Side[Shown]) 1

L.H. Spring(Used on Right Side) .......... 1

Screw ................................................... 4

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PARTS LIST

TORQUE LEGEND

ITEM #

20

TORQUE

10-20 IN-LBS

(1.2-2.3 N•M)

MA342301i

Used on units with Serial Number GE3618, GF1206, & GH1122 thru Present

Used on units with Serial Number V2200 thru Present

19

20

21

22

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

Item Part No.

5

6

3

4

1

2

7

8

9

042-0159-00

045-0001-01

057-0436-00

051-0132-40

025-0003-00

016-0008-00

Description Qty.

Push-on Retaining Ring ....................... 2

Washer ................................................. 2

Lift Support Rod ................................... 1

Lift Lever .............................................. 1

Lift Spring ............................................. 2

Eye Bolt ................................................ 2

045-0001-02

041-0250-05

029-0305-06

029-0305-07

061-0291-00

061-0620-00

061-0506-00

040-0010-00

050-0180-40

042-0010-03

053-0014-00

053-0844-00

Washer ................................................. 2

Wing Nut .............................................. 2

Cover Assy. (Right Hand Tables Only) 1

Cover Assy. (Left Hand Tables Only) .. 1

Serial Number Label ......................... Ref

Patent Number Label ........................... 1

U.L. / C.U.L. Listing Label ................... 1

C.S.A. Label (Units w/o Heaters Only) . 1

Screw ................................................. 14

End Cap ............................................... 1

Pop Rivet .............................................. 4

Self Sticking Bumper ............................ 4

R.H. Back Lock Handle ........................ 1

053-0844-01 L.H. Back Lock Handle ......................... 1

040-0250-148 Set Screw ............................................. 2

050-0101-00

051-0002-00

Back Lock Spring Retainer .................. 1

Back Lock ............................................. 1

Item

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

Part No.

025-0008-00

042-0003-00

040-0250-00

057-0435-40

030-1498-40

030-1498-41

030-1034-40

053-0828-00

053-0220-01

9A70000

041-0009-00

053-0018-00

053-0268-00

057-0242-40

016-0284-01

016-0284-00

040-0010-18

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Back Lock Spring ................................. 2

Screw .................................................... 2

Cotter Pin ............................................. 1

Back Support Rod Assembly (Refer to

"Table Top Components" Elsewhere) Ref

Set Screw ............................................. 2

Back Lock Rod ..................................... 1

Upper Wrap Weldment (Standard) ...... 1

Upper Wrap Weldment (Perineal) ........ 1

Foot Rest Weldment ............................ 1

Foot Rest Trim ..................................... 1

Treatment Pan ..................................... 1

Stainless Steel Treatment Pan

(Optional Accessory) ............................ 1

Push Nut .............................................. 2

Nylo Tape (Listed In Inches) .............. 52

End Cap (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) ....... 2

Pelvic Lift Bar (Units w/ Pelvic Lift Only) 1

R.H. Spring(Used on Left Side[Shown]) 1

L.H. Spring(Used on Right Side) .......... 1

Screw ................................................... 4

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Stirrup Components

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11

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PARTS LIST

10

13

14

7

8

9

1

2

6

3

5

4

This assembly is no longer available.

It has been replaced by 002-0719-05.

Note: This kit contains two complete stirrup assemblies.

MA342500

Used on units with Serial Number GE1000 thru GE3288,

GF1000 thru GF1106 and GH1000 thru GH1116

6

7

4

5

2

3

Item Part No.

1 029-1397-02

Description Qty.

Stirrup Assembly (Includes

Items 2 thru 6) ...................................... 2

• 020-0181-30 • Painted Stirrup ................................... 1

• 020-0182-30 • Pivot Block ......................................... 1

• 042-0001-00 • Roll Pin ............................................... 2

• 040-0250-15 • Set Screw ........................................... 1

• 051-0668-03 • Horizontal Bar .................................... 1

016-0400-00 Stirrup Index Spring (Apply Lubricant

#S006-00719) ...................................... 2

Item

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

Part No.

050-1785-02

040-0010-47

053-0387-00

053-0380-00

040-0010-00

061-0296-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Stirrup Guide Bracket ........................... 2

Screw .................................................... 2

Pivot Boss ............................................ 2

Stirrup Guide ........................................ 1

Screw ................................................... 4

Upper Wrap (Refer to "Upper Wrap

Assembly" Elsewhere) ...................... Ref

Stirrup Label ......................................... 1

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PARTS LIST

8

12

6

7

5

2

1

5

4

3

MA605600i

Used on units with Serial Number GE3289 thru GE3617,

GF1107 thru GF1205, GH1117 thru GH1122

4

5

2

3

6

Item Part No.

1 029-2951-03

Description Qty.

Items 2 thru 4) ...................................... 2

• 020-0239-30 • Stirrup ................................................. 1

• 042-0001-00 • Roll Pin ............................................... 1

• 051-1003-01 • Stirrup Bar .......................................... 1

040-0010-47 Screw .................................................... 2

016-0400-00

Stirrup Assembly (Includes

Stirrup Index Spring (Apply Lubricant

#S006-00719) ...................................... 2

Item

7

10

11

8

9

12

Part No.

050-5525-00

053-0387-00

053-0380-00

040-0010-00

061-0296-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Stirrup Guide Bracket ........................... 2

Pivot Boss ............................................ 2

Stirrup Guide ........................................ 1

Screw ................................................... 4

Upper Wrap (Refer to "Upper Wrap

Assembly" Elsewhere) ...................... Ref

Stirrup Label ......................................... 1

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9

SECTION VI

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8

12

6

7

5

2

1

5

4

3

MA605600i

Used on units with Serial Number GE3618, GF1206, & GH1122 thru Present

Used on units with Serial Number V2200 thru Present

4

5

2

3

6

Item Part No.

1 029-2951-03

Description Qty.

Items 2 thru 4) ...................................... 2

• 020-0239-30 • Stirrup ................................................. 1

• 042-0001-00 • Roll Pin ............................................... 1

• 051-1003-01 • Stirrup Bar .......................................... 1

040-0010-47 Screw .................................................... 2

016-0400-00

Stirrup Assembly (Includes

Stirrup Index Spring (Apply Lubricant

#S006-00719) ...................................... 2

Item

7

Part No.

050-5525-00

8 053-0387-00

9 053-1391-00

10 040-0010-00

11

12 061-0296-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Stirrup Guide Bracket ........................... 2

Pivot Boss ............................................ 2

Stirrup Guide ........................................ 1

Screw ................................................... 4

Upper Wrap (Refer to "Upper Wrap

Assembly" Elsewhere) ...................... Ref

Stirrup Label ......................................... 1

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Cabinet Components

SECTION VI

PARTS LIST

1

5

10

9

30

8

11

7

6

4

5

12

2

14

13

26

25

3

27

18

24

23

17

15

28

4

19

16

20

21

22

29

MA342700

11

12

13

14

8

9

6

7

10

4

5

2

3

Item Part No.

1

15

061-0621-00

040-0010-00

050-3608-40

042-0010-03

016-0677-01

050-3607-40

030-1035-40

016-0676-01

053-0004-00

050-3609-40

050-3617-40

050-3715-40

Description Qty.

Upper Wrap (Refer to

"Upper Wrap Assembly") ................ Ref

Nameplate Label .................................. 1

Screw ................................................. 18

Front Support Panel ............................. 2

Pop Rivet .............................................. 5

Cabinet Member Foot Slide ................. 2

Center Support Panel ........................... 1

Back Weldment .................................... 1

Cabinet Member Side Slide ................. 3

Glide ................................................... 10

End Panel ............................................. 1

Side Mullion .......................................... 2

Slide Mounting Bracket ........................ 1

002-0709-04-200 Side Drawer Assy (Sand Grey)

(incl. item 15) ........................................ 3

• 050-3684-01 • Drawer Insert (Sand Grey) ................. 3

Item

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Part No.

Description Qty.

015-0002-05

015-0007-04

030-1059-30

041-0030-00

053-0014-00

016-0001-00

042-0010-01

050-3628-40

050-3618-40

Power Cord Assembly (Refer to

"Electrical Components") ................ Ref

Strain Relief Bushing ............................ 1

Wrap-N-Tap Wire Clamp ...................... 1

Base Weldment .................................... 1

Speed Nut ............................................ 2

Self Sticking Bumper ............................. 2

Leveling Screw ..................................... 4

Pop Rivet ............................................ 18

Short Foot Mullion ................................ 1

Foot Mullion .......................................... 1

002-0709-05-200 Foot Drawer Assy (Sand Grey)

(incl. item 27) ........................................ 2

• 050-3685-01 • Drawer Insert (Sand Grey) ................. 2

053-0001-00

061-0295-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Step Assembly (Refer to "Step

Assembly" Elsewhere) ...................... Ref

Nylon Stem Bumper ............................. 2

Cord Tag .............................................. 1

© Midmark Corporation 1997 SF-1528 Rev. 8/22/14

Page 6-8

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PARTS LIST

1

2

3

5

8

6

8

7

4

MA342801

Item Part No.

1

2

3

Description Qty.

Item Part No.

Description Qty.

002-0709-06-200 Step Assembly (Sand Grey)

(includes #1 thru 8) ........................... Ref

• 053-0848-00 • Step Covering .................................... 1

• 030-1050-40 • Step Weldment ................................... 1

• 053-0823-00 • Foot Drawer Front .............................. 1

4

5

• 050-3685-01

• 040-0006-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

• Drawer Insert (Sand Grey) ................. 1

• Screw ................................................. 8

6 • 053-0846-00 • Step Stop ........................................... 1

7 • 053-0001-00 • Nylon Stem Bumper ......................... 12

8 • 053-0716-00 • Bumpers .............................................. 2

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20

14

1

SECTION VI

PARTS LIST

2

5

4

11

3

5

7

8

9

15

16

21

10

12

13

6

17

18

8

9

10

11

12

13

Item Part No.

1

4

5

2

3

6

7

015-0007-04

053-0068-00

015-0066-03

053-0068-07

040-0010-47

053-0092-00

015-0083-01

040-0006-13

053-0836-00

040-0006-23

053-0350-02

015-0650-00

061-0219-00

MA342600

Used on units with Serial Number GE1000 thru GE3617

GF1000 thru GF1205 and GH1000 thru GH1121

Description Qty.

Item Part No.

Wrap-N-Tap Wire Clamp ...................... 3

Snap Bushing ....................................... 1

Power Cord Assembly .......................... 1

Snap Bushing ....................................... 1

Screw ................................................... 3

Fishpaper Insulator .............................. 1

Duplex Receptacle (Refer to "Wiring

Diagram [Section 5] for Wire Numbers) 1

Screw ................................................... 2

Receptacle Cover ................................. 1

Screw ................................................... 1

Heater Plug .......................................... 1

Heater Switch (Units w/ Heaters Only) 1

Caution Label (Units w/ Heaters Only) . 1

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

053-0068-00

053-0068-01

053-0362-00

002-0554-00

040-0010-35

015-0007-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Snap Bushing (Units w/ Heaters Only) 1

Snap Bushing (Units w/ Heaters Only) 1

Heat Shield (Units w/ Heaters Only) .... 1

Heater Assembly Kit- 60 Watt (Includes

Items 16 and 18) (Units w/ Heaters Only

[Refer to "Wiring Diagram {Section 5} for Wire Numbers]) ............................... 1

Screw (Units w/ Heaters Only) ............. 2

Wrap-N-Tap Wire Clamp (Units w/ Heaters Only) .................................. 1

Upper Wrap (Refer to "Upper Wrap

Assembly" Elsewhere) ...................... Ref

Jumper Wire (Refer to "Wiring

Diagram [Section 5] for Wire Numbers) 1

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19

20

14

1

SECTION VI

PARTS LIST

2

5

4

11

3

5

7

8

9

15

16

21

10

12

13

6

17

18

MA342600

8

9

10

11

12

13

Used on units with Serial Number GE3618, GF1206, & GH1122 thru Present

Used on units with Serial Number V2200 thru Present

Item Part No.

1

4

5

2

3

6

7

015-0007-04

053-0068-10

015-0066-03

053-0068-10

040-0010-47

053-0092-00

015-0083-01

040-0006-13

053-0836-00

040-0006-23

053-0350-02

015-0650-00

061-0219-00

Description Qty.

Item Part No.

Wrap-N-Tap Wire Clamp ...................... 3

Snap Bushing ....................................... 1

Power Cord Assembly .......................... 1

Snap Bushing ....................................... 1

Screw ................................................... 3

Fishpaper Insulator .............................. 1

Duplex Receptacle (Refer to "Wiring

Diagram [Section 5] for Wire Numbers) 1

Screw ................................................... 2

Receptacle Cover ................................. 1

Screw ................................................... 1

Heater Plug .......................................... 1

Heater Switch (Units w/ Heaters Only) 1

Caution Label (Units w/ Heaters Only) . 1

14 053-0068-00

15 053-0068-01

16 053-0362-00

17 002-0554-00

18

19

20

21

040-0010-35

015-0007-00

Always Specify Model & Serial Number

Description Qty.

Snap Bushing (Units w/ Heaters Only) 1

Snap Bushing (Units w/ Heaters Only) 1

Heat Shield (Units w/ Heaters Only) .... 1

Heater Assembly Kit- 60 Watt (Includes

Items 16 and 18) (Units w/ Heaters Only

[Refer to "Wiring Diagram {Section 5} for Wire Numbers]) ............................... 1

Screw (Units w/ Heaters Only) ............. 2

Wrap-N-Tap Wire Clamp (Units w/ Heaters Only) .................................. 1

Upper Wrap (Refer to "Upper Wrap

Assembly" Elsewhere) ...................... Ref

Jumper Wire (Refer to "Wiring

Diagram [Section 5] for Wire Numbers) 1

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Page 6-10.1

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PARTS LIST

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(SERVICE PARTS ONLY)

NOTES:

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• USE FOR NON-WARRANTY FAX ORDERS ONLY. WARRANTY ORDERS MUST BE TELEPHONED IN (1-800-MIDMARK).

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CONTACT:

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PART(S) IN STOCK.

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SEND NOTIFICATION IF PARTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE TO SHIP

WITHIN 24 HOURS VIA

E-MAIL OR FAX TO:

METHOD OF SHIPMENT

OTHER

UPS

NEXT DAY A.M.

FED EX

NEXT DAY A.M.

NEXT DAY P.M.

2ND DAY

GROUND

NEXT DAY P.M.

2ND DAY

ECONOMY

QTY.

PART # DESCRIPTION

(SPECIFY COLOR OF ITEM IF APPLICABLE)

COLOR CODE PRICE/PER

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