User’s Guide Midmark 630 Human Form Procedures Table For Models:

User’s Guide Midmark 630 Human Form Procedures Table For Models:
Midmark 630 Human FormTM
Procedures Table
For Models:
630 (-010 /-011 /-012 /-013)
630 (-020 /-021 /-022 /-023)
Refer to compliance chart
in this manual.
User’s Guide
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003-2605-00 Rev. F (11/19/15)
Style L
Product Information
Dealer:
Date of Purchase:
Model / Serial Number:
Midmark Authorized Service
Company:
Model / Serial
Number Location
Product Registration
To register your product warranty go to www.Midmark.com.
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Table of Contents
Important Information
Safety Symbols..........................................................................................................................................4
Intended Use.............................................................................................................................................5
Electrical Requirements.............................................................................................................................5
Electromagnetic Interference.....................................................................................................................5
Transportation / Storage / Operating Conditions........................................................................................6
Disposal of Equipment...............................................................................................................................6
Authorized CE Representative..................................................................................................................6
Safety Instructions.....................................................................................................................................7
Operation
Hand / Foot Control Connections..............................................................................................................8
Base / Back / Foot / Tilt Functions.............................................................................................................9
Active Sensing TechnologyTM...................................................................................................................13
Activating Multiple Functions...................................................................................................................14
Home Function........................................................................................................................................15
Quick Chair® Function.............................................................................................................................16
Control Lockout........................................................................................................................................17
Association Procedure.............................................................................................................................18
Foot Extension.........................................................................................................................................19
Headrest Positioning................................................................................................................................20
Treatment Pan.........................................................................................................................................21
Paper Roll................................................................................................................................................22
Stirrups....................................................................................................................................................23
Duplex Receptacles.................................................................................................................................24
Programming Table Positions..................................................................................................................25
One-Touch Positioning.............................................................................................................................26
Rotational Base Operation (optional).......................................................................................................27
Maintenance
Calling for Service....................................................................................................................................28
Cleaning...................................................................................................................................................28
Preventative Maintenance.......................................................................................................................28
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................................................................29
Warranty Information
Limited Warranty......................................................................................................................................31
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Important Information
Safety Symbols
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in serious injury.
Caution
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may result in minor or moderate injury.
It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.
Equipment Alert
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in equipment damage.
Note
Amplifies a procedure, practice, or condition.
xxx kg
xxx lbs
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Duty Cycle (motor run time)
30 seconds ON, 5 minutes OFF
No Pushing
Proper shipping orientation
Keep dry
Fragile
Maximum stacking height
(palletted units)
Type B, Applied Part
(Upholstery)
Fuse rating specification
Protective earth ground
Dangerous voltage / shock hazard
Patient Weight Limit
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Intended Use
This product is intended to be used as a chair / table to provide positioning and support of patients
during general examinations and procedures conducted by qualified medical professionals in a
medical office environment.
Electrical Requirements
Caution
To completely isolate the table from electrical mains supply, power cord must be
unplugged.
When using high frequency surgical devices or endocardial catheters, use
non-conductive material to insulate patient from metal portions of the table.
Failure to comply may result in electric shock or burns to patient.
Electromagnetic Interference
This product is designed and built to minimize electromagnetic interference with other devices. However, if
interference is noticed between another device and this product:
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Plug table into isolated circuit
Increase separation between table and interfering device
Contact Midmark if interference persists
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Transportation / Storage Conditions
Ambient Temperature Range:......................................-30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
Relative Humidity........................................................10% to 90% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric Pressure.................................................500hPa to 1060hPa (0.49atm to 1.05atm)
Operating Conditions
Ambient Temperature Range:......................................+10°C to +40°C (+50°F to +104°F)
Relative Humidity........................................................30% to 75% (non-condensing)
Atmospheric Pressure.................................................700hPa to 1060hPa (0.69atm to 1.05atm)
Disposal of Equipment
At the end of product life, the table, accessories, and other consumable goods may have become
contaminated due to normal medical use. Consult local codes and ordinances for proper disposal
of equipment, accessories and other consumable goods.
Authorized EU Representative
Countries in the EU should direct all questions, incidents, and complaints to Midmark’s Authorized EU representative listed below.
Midmark EMEA Ltd
Beech House
First Floor, East Wing
Ancells Business Park
Fleet
Hampshire
United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 (0) 1252 360 940
Fax: + 44 (0) 1252 360 941
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Safety Instructions
Warning
No modification of this equipment is allowed.
Warning
Connecting equipment to the multiple socket outlet effectively leads to creating a Medical
Electrical System and the result can be a reduced level of safety.
Warning
Table must be positioned in normal use such that the power cords can be easily accessed
to unplug.
Warning
To avoid risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected to a supply mains with
protective earth.
WARNING
Equipment is not suitable for use in
the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture.
Clarification: Equipment is suitable for use in the
presence of oxygen, air, or nitrous oxide.
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Operation
Hand / Foot Control Connection
Although wireless controls are standard on some models, there are three hand / foot control ports
for wired controls. One is located on the base column at the foot end of the table, and two are located
on the PC board cover at the head end. These control ports are interchangeable.
Control
Port
Control
Port
Control
Port
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Base Up / Down
Attention!
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM will stop and retract the Base Up / Down function if the
foot section contacts another object.
(You will hear a series of “beeps” if the Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.)
To resume Base Up / Down operation:
Remove object from under the foot section.
Check if foot extension is extended.
Press Base Down button.
Up
Down
To move the Base Up or Down...
Press and hold the appropriate button.
Stop
Down
Up
Movement stops when...
Up / Down button is released.
Maximum / minimum position is reached.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button is pressed.
Models w/Rotational Base
Max.
43.5 in.
(111 cm)
Min.
Max.
Min.
21.5 in.
(55 cm)
40 in.
(102 cm)
18 in.
(46 cm)
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Back Up / Down
Up
To move the Back section Up or Down...
Press and hold the appropriate button.
Down
Stop
Down
Up
Max.
80°
Movement stops when...
Up / Down button is released.
Maximum / minimum position is reached.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button is pressed.
Min.
0°
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Foot Up / Down
Attention!
The Foot Up and Down functions will be disabled when the treatment pan is not
in the stowed position.
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM will stop and retract the Foot Up / Down function
if the foot section contacts another object.
(You will hear a series of “beeps” if the Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.)
To resume Foot operation:
Push the treatment pan all the way in.
Remove object from under the foot section.
Check if foot extension is extended.
Press Foot Up / Down button.
Up
To move the Foot section Up or Down...
Press and hold the appropriate button.
Down
Stop
Down
Up
Movement stops when...
Up / Down button is released.
Maximum / minimum position is reached.
Treatment pan is not in the stowed position.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button is pressed.
Min.
0°
Max.
90°
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Tilt Up / Down
Attention!
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM will stop and retract the Tilt Up / Down function
if the top of the column or the foot section contacts another object.
(You will hear a series of “beeps” if the Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.)
To resume Tilt Up / Down operation:
Remove object from the top of the column.
Remove object from under the foot section.
Check if foot extension is extended.
Press Tilt Down button.
Up
To Tilt the Seat section Up or Down...
Press and hold the appropriate button.
Down
Stop
Down
Up
Movement stops when...
Up / Down button is released.
Maximum / minimum position is reached.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button is pressed.
Max.
30°
Min.
0°
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Active Sensing TechnologyTM
Caution
Be sure that all personnel and equipment are clear of the table before
activating any function. Failure to do so could result in personal injury.
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM prevents the headrest from moving
within four inches of the floor. If the Active Sensing TechnologyTM
is activated, it will sound a series of “beeps” and disable the
following functions: Base Down, Back Down, and Tilt Up.
Clearance
4 in. (10 cm)
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM prevents the foot section from
moving within four inches of the floor when the foot extension
is extended. If the Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated,
it will sound a series of “beeps” and disable the following
functions: Base Down, Tilt Down, and Foot Down.
Clearance
4 in. (10 cm)
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM prevents the back section from moving
within one half inch of the PC Board cover. If the Active Sensing TechnologyTM
is activated, it will sound a series of “beeps” and disable the following
functions: Base Down, Back Down, and Tilt Up.
Clearance
0.5 in. (1.25 cm)
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Activating Multiple Functions
The BASE / BACK / TILT / FOOT functions may be activated at the same time.
Example:
Base Up / Back Down
Back Down
Base Up
To activate multiple functions ...
Simultaneously press & hold the desired buttons.
(ex. Base Up & Back Down)
Base Up
Back Down
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Home Function
The Home function automatically lowers only the table base so that your patient may
get on or off of the table.
To lower the base to 22 in. (55.9 cm)...
Press, then immediately release the Home button.
To lower the base to 18 in. (45.7 cm)...
Press and hold the Home button until you hear a single “beep”.
Home
Home
Stop
Movement stops when...
“Home” position is reached.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM
is activated.
Stop button is pressed.
22 in. (56 cm)
Rotation Models
25.5 in. (65 cm)
18 in. (46 cm)
Rotation Models
21.5 in. (55 cm)
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Quick Chair® Function
(w/ Foot Control only)
The Quick Chair® function activates the Base Down, Tilt Down, Foot Down, & Back Up
functions at the same time.
To activate the Quick Chair® function...
Press and release the Quick Chair® button.
Stop
Quick Chair®
Button
Movement stops when...
“Chair” position is reached.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button is pressed.
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Control Lockout
Control Lockout:
Press and hold the Stop and Back Down buttons
simultaneously for two seconds. You will hear a
single “Beep” to indicate control lockout is
enabled / disabled.
Note: While the controls are locked out, you will hear a series
of three “Beeps” while motion is attempted.
Back
Down
Stop
Stop
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Association Procedure
Association Procedure:
A) Disconnect power to the table for at least 5 seconds.
B) Reconnect power, wait for at least two seconds,
then press & hold the Stop & Home buttons on the
wireless controller until you hear three “beeps”.
C) Check for proper operation of wireless controller.
D) If associating a hand and foot control, repeat procedure
using the other wireless controller.
Home
Home
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Foot Extension
The foot section can be extended up to 3.5 in. (8.9 cm) to accommodate taller patients.
Attention!
The Active Sensing TechnologyTM prevents the foot section from moving within four
inches of the floor when the foot extension is extended. If the Active Sensing TechnologyTM
is activated, it will sound several “beeps” and disable the following functions:
Base Down, Tilt Down, and Foot Down.
To resume Base Down, Tilt Down, and Foot Down operation:
Move foot extension in.
Press Base Down, Tilt Down or Foot Down buttons.
To extend / retract the foot section...
A) Squeeze handle on either side of foot section.
B) Move foot section in / out to desired position.
C) Release handle to lock in position.
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Headrest Positioning
Caution
Headrest must be securely locked in place
before performing any exam or procedure.
To adjust the pivot angle...
A) Loosen locking knob.
B) Pivot headrest to desired position.
C) Tighten locking knob to lock in place.
Locking
Knob
Tighten
Loosen
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Treatment Pan
Attention!
The Foot Up and Down functions will be disabled when the treatment pan is not
in the stowed position.
(You will hear a series of “beeps” if the treatment pan is not in the stowed position
when foot Up / Down is activated.)
To resume Foot Up / Down operation:
Push treatment pan all the way in.
Press Foot Up or Foot Down button.
To access the treatment pan...
A) Lower the foot section.
B) Pull the treatment pan outward.
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Paper Roll
Paper Roll Size (max.)....................................................... 18 in. long x 3.5 in. diameter
(45.7 cm x 8.9 cm)
To install the paper roll...
A) Pivot paper roll cover back to open.
B) Install paper roll, then pull paper over table.
C) Pivot paper roll cover forward to close.
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Stirrups
Caution
e sure the stirrups are locked in place before using.
B
The stirrups will not support the patient’s entire weight / excessive force.
To position the stirrups...
A) Pull the stirrup out, then unfold.
B) Lift the stirrup slightly, then move it left or right as desired.
C) Release stirrup to lock in position.
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Duplex Receptacle (not available on models with rotational base.)
Duplex receptacles on each side of the table provide power for accessories used
during medical procedures. There is a circuit breaker located at the base of the table.
If the receptacle’s maximum load is exceeded, the circuit breaker interrupts power
to the receptacles.
Maximum Load [both duplex receptacles combined].......115 VAC, 3 amps, 50/60 Hz
To reset the circuit breaker...
Push circuit breaker switch.
Reset
(power)
3
A
M
P
3
A
M
P
Tripped
(no power)
Circuit Breaker
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Programming Table Positions
(Programmable Models only)
The Programming feature allows you to easily recall frequently used table positions.
To program a table position...
A) Move the table to desired position.
B) Press the Program button. (you will hear a single “beep”)
C)Press the desired Position button (1, 2, 3, or 4).
(you will hear three “beeps”)
Note: You must press the desired Position button within 5 seconds of
pressing the Program button.
To recall a programmed position...
Press and release the desired Position button (1, 2, 3, or 4).
Note: The Position buttons (1, 2, 3, 4) can be changed to function as
“press & hold”. Refer to: One-Touch Positioning for
procedure to enable.
Position Button
Program
Stop
Position Buttons
Program
Movement stops when...
Programmed position is reached.
Position button is released.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button* is pressed.
Stop
(* or any hand / foot control button)
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One-Touch Positioning
(Programmable Models only)
During normal operating mode, the One-Touch Positioning feature is activated.
The Position buttons function as “press & release”. When disabled, Position buttons
must be pressed & held until the programmed position is reached.
To enable (or disable) the One-Touch Positioning feature...
Press & hold the Stop & Program buttons simultaneously.
(after two seconds, you will hear a single “beep” if successful)
Note: The One-Touch Position feature is preset (enabled) at factory.
To recall a programmed position...
Press and release the desired Position button (1, 2, 3, 4).
Note: You will hear a single “beep” and the table will move to the
programmed position.
Position Button
Program
Stop
Position Buttons
Program
Movement stops when...
Programmed position is reached.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM is activated.
Stop button* is pressed.
Stop
(* or any hand / foot control button)
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Rotational Base Operation (optional)
Note
Table motion is not allowed while rotation is activated.
To lock in position...
To rotate the table base...
A) Press and release the brake pedal.
A) Press and release the brake pedal.
B) Rotate the table to desired position.
Note: The base will automatically lock in
position after one minute.
350°
Brake Pedal
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Maintenance
Calling for Service
Note
Model / serial number information is required when calling for service.
If service is required, contact your authorized Midmark dealer.
To contact Midmark directly:
1-800-MIDMARK (1-800-643-6275)
8:00 am until 5:00 pm Monday - Friday (EST)
www.midmark.com
Cleaning
Upholstery
Equipment Alert
The upholstery is resistant to most medicinal-type stains, but may be damaged
by solvents and dyes. Immediately remove any fluids spilled on the upholstery.
Wash your upholstery weekly with a mild liquid soap and water mixture, rinse with clear water
and dry completely to remove disinfection cleaner build-up.
Disinfect your upholstery with a solution of standard bleach and water mixed 1 in 10 (10%) or chlorine based
cleaners. Follow this with a clear water rinse and thorough drying of material. See current CDC Guideline for
Disinfection & Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities.
To minimize damage caused by disinfectant cleaner residue build-up, do not allow disinfectants to pool on
the upholstery surface. Once the approved contact time has been obtained, remove and dry excess liquid
remaining on the surface.
Detailed care and maintenance instructions are included with your product. This information is also available
on www.midmark.com in the Technical library under the User Information tab for your product.
Painted Metal / Plastic Surfaces
Clean the painted metal and plastic surfaces weekly using a clean soft cloth, and mild cleaner. Periodic
applications of common furniture wax will ease cleaning, and maintain the finished luster of the surfaces.
Preventative Maintenance
Periodically inspect the following areas:
• Power cord(s) should be free of cuts or other visible damage.
• All fasteners should be in place and tightened securely.
• All mechanical functions should operate properly.
Have an authorized service technician inspect your equipment every six months.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Probable Cause
Correction
No functions will operate.
Facility supply voltage.
Secure power cord connections
at wall outlet and at table base.
Reset facility circuit breaker.
No power at table receptacles.
All other functions work.
Table circuit breaker tripped.
Reset table circuit breaker
located at the base of table,
press to reset.
When any control button is pressed,
that controller sounds a single beep.
(All functions operate)
Low battery.
(Wireless controls only)
Replace batteries. (size: AA)
When any control button is pressed,
that controller sounds a single beep.
(No functions operate)
Controller not associated with
table. (Wireless controls only)
Perform association procedure.
When any control button is pressed,
that controller sounds a series of
three beeps. (No functions operate)
Control Lockout is enabled.
Disable Control Lockout.
Base Down function will not operate. Active Sensing TechnologyTM
activated.
Activate Tilt Up / Down and
Back Up, then try Base Down
again.
Remove object from under foot
section.
Foot extension is extended.
Move foot extension in or
raise foot section.
Base Up function will not operate.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM
activated.
Remove object from under foot
section.
Back Down function will not operate.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM
activated.
Activate Base Up and Tilt Down,
then try Back Down again.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptom
Probable Cause
Tilt Up function will not operate.
Active Sensing Technology
activated.
Correction
TM
Activate Base Up and Back Up,
then try Tilt Up again.
Remove object from the top of
the column.
Remove object from under foot
section.
Tilt Down function will not operate.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM
activated.
Activate Base Up and Foot Up,
then try Tilt Down again.
Remove object from the top of
the column.
Remove object from under foot
section.
Foot Up function will not operate.
Foot Down function will not operate
“Home” function does not lower the
table to a height of 18 inches.
(Rotation Models 21.5 inches)
Foot extension is extended.
Move foot extension in or
raise foot section.
Treatment pan not in stowed
position.
Push treatment pan all the way
in.
Active Sensing TechnologyTM
activated.
Remove object from under foot
section.
Treatment pan not in stowed
position.
Push treatment pan all the way
in.
Foot extension is extended.
Move foot extension in.
Active Sensing Technology
activated.
TM
Remove object from under foot
section.
“Home” button pressed, then
released.
Press and hold “Home” Button.
Foot extension is extended.
Move foot extension in.
Active Sensing Technology
activated.
Remove object from under foot
section.
TM
Activate Tilt Up / Down and
Back Up, then try “Home”
again.
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Warranty Information
SCOPE OF WARRANTY
Midmark Corporation (“Midmark”) warrants to the original retail purchaser that it will repair or replace
components of the domestic and international medical products manufactured by Midmark (except
for components not warranted under “Exclusions”) that are defective in material or workmanship
under normal use and service. Midmark’s obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or
replacement, at Midmark’s option, of the applicable components. This limited warranty shall only
apply to defects that are reported to Midmark within the applicable warranty period and which, upon
examination by Midmark, prove to be defective. This warranty extends only to the first retail purchaser of a product and is not transferable or assignable.
APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD
The applicable warranty period, measured from the date of delivery to the original user, shall be one
(1) year for all warranted products and components.
OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE
Warranty service must be obtained through either Midmark or an authorized dealer in the Midmark
product line for which warranty service is requested. Midmark may be contacted for warranty service
inquiries or issues via email at www.midmark.com; by phone at 1-800-MIDMARK; by facsimile at
1-800-365-8631; or by mail to Midmark Corporation, 60 Vista Drive, Versailles, Ohio 45380.
It is the retail purchaser’s obligation to arrange for delivery of a product to Midmark or one of its authorized dealers for warranty service, which delivery shall be at retail purchaser’s expense. It is also
the retail purchaser’s obligation to comply with the warranty service instructions provided either by
Midmark or its authorized dealer. The retail purchaser must provide Midmark with completed
warranty registration information within thirty (30) days after purchase in order to obtain the benefits
of this warranty.
EXCLUSIONS
This warranty does not cover, and Midmark shall not be liable, for the following:
(1) defects, damage or other conditions caused, in whole or in part, by misuse, abuse, negligence,
alteration, accident, freight damage, tampering or failure to seek and obtain repair or replacement in
a timely manner;
(2) products which are not installed, used, and properly cleaned and maintained as required in the
Midmark “Installation” and/or “Installation/Operation Manual” for the applicable product;
(3) products considered to be of a consumable nature;
(4) accessories or parts not manufactured by Midmark;
(5) charges by anyone for adjustments, repairs, replacement parts, installation or other work
performed upon or in connection with such products which are not expressly authorized in writing in
advance by Midmark;
(6) costs and expenses of routine maintenance and cleaning; and
(7) representations and warranties made by any person or entity other than Midmark.
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Warranty Information (continued)
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY; CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES DISCLAIMER:
MIDMARK’S ONLY OBLIGATION UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
OF DEFECTIVE PARTS. MIDMARK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR AND HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY
DIRECT, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
DELAYS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS OR INCOME,
LOSS OF USE, DOWNTIME, COVER AND EMPLOYEE OR INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
WAGES, PAYMENTS AND BENEFITS.
NO AUTHORIZATION
No person or firm is authorized to create or approve for Midmark any other obligation or liability in
connection with the products.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER
THIS WARRANTY IS MIDMARK’S ONLY WARRANTY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. MIDMARK MAKES NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY
KIND INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
OF DEFECTIVE PARTS.
STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
No action may be brought against Midmark for breach of this limited warranty, an implied warranty, if
any, or for any other claim arising out of or relating to the products, more than ninety (90) days
following expiration of the limited warranty period.
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Midmark Corporation
60 Vista Drive
Versailles, OH 45380 USA
1-800-643-6275
1-937-526-3662
www.midmark.com
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