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TABLE OF CONTENTS,1 INTRODUCTION 5,1 1 BED SPECIFICATIONS 5. 1 2 TECHNICAL SUPPORT 5,1 3 WARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITIONS 6. 1 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 6,1 5 STATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION 8. 1 6 WARRANTY 8,1 6 1 Limited Warranty 8, 1 6 2 To Obtain Service and or Replacement Parts 8. 1 6 3 Return Authorization 9,1 6 4 Damaged Merchandise 10.
1 7 SET UP PROCEDURES 10,1 7 1 Electric FL18E1 E2 Bed Checklist 10. 1 7 2 Manual FL18M1 M2 Bed Checklist 11,1 8 BED ILLUSTRATION 12. 2 CLEANING AND PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE 13,2 1 BED CLEANING AND MATTRESS CARE 13. 2 2 LUBRICATION 14,2 2 1 Periodic Checklists 14,2 2 2 Actuator Screw Lubrication Procedure 14. 2 2 3 Lubrication Points Illustrated 15,2 3 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM 16.
2 3 1 Annual checklist 16,2 3 2 Recommended Spare Parts 18. 3 TROUBLESHOOTING 19,3 1 CHECKLIST 19,4 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE 21. 4 1 MATTRESS SUPPORT SECTIONS MANUAL ELECTRIC BEDS 21. 4 1 1 Fowler Replacement 22,4 1 2 Centre Section Replacement 23. 4 1 3 Thigh Section Replacement 24,4 1 4 Foot Section Replacement 24. 4 2 SIDERAIL COMPONENTS 25,4 2 1 Rail Replacement 25.
4 2 2 Transfer Plate Replacement 26,4 2 3 Siderail Arm Replacement 26. 4 2 4 Sleeve Bearings and or Positioning Guide Replacement 28. 4 2 5 Side Rail Support Replacement 28,4 3 CASTER AND LEG COMPONENTS 30. 4 3 1 Leg and Caster Replacement for FL18E1 FL18M1 Beds 30. 4 3 2 Leg and Caster Replacement for FL18E2 FL18M2 Beds 31. 4 4 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM COMPONENTS 33,4 4 1 Power Cord Replacement 34. 4 4 2 Limit Switch Replacement 34, 4 4 3 Foot End Control Panel Switches and Wiring Replacement 35. 4 4 4 PC Board Replacement 36,4 4 5 Fowler Actuator Replacement 37.
4 4 6 Hi Lo Actuator Replacement 38,4 4 7 Knee Gatch Actuator Replacement 39. 4 5 HI LO MECHANISM COMPONENTS 41,4 5 1 Hi Lo Lever Replacement 41. 4 5 2 Leg Support Replacement 42,4 5 3 Hi Lo Connecting Tube Replacement 42. 4 6 MANUAL ACTUATOR COMPONENTS 43, 4 6 1 Fowler and Knee Gatch Actuator Replacement 43. 4 6 2 Hi Lo Actuator Replacement 45, 4 7 FRAME ADJUSTABLE SECTION REPLACEMENT MANUAL AND ELECTRIC BEDS 46.
APPENDIX A WIRING DIAGRAM 48, Stryker Bertec Medical Inc gives special attention to the quality of the information found in this. document Any comments on its content will be most welcomed Please forward your remarks to the. Technical Service department see section 1 2,Introduction Chapter 1. 1 INTRODUCTION, This Maintenance manual is designed to assist you with the servicing of your Sunflower bed. Before servicing the bed it is important to thoroughly read and understand all information in this. Qualified service personnel should be able to refer to this manual at all time A User manual. included in the Customer s Guide is also available to assist you with the operation of the bed. This Maintenance manual is an integral part of the bed and should be turned over to the new. user should the bed be sold or transferred,1 1 BED SPECIFICATIONS. Load Capacity 450 lb 204 kg,Fowler Angle 0 to 85,Knee Gatch Angle 0 to 30.
Sleep surface 36 x 76 78 1 2 91 5cm x 193 cm 199 cm. Accommodates 35 x 76 78 80 89 cm x 193 cm,198 cm 203 cm mattresses. Minimum Maximum Bed Height,FL18E1 M1 11 to 25 in 28 to 63 5 cm. FL18E2 M2 12 to 26 in 30 5 to 66 cm,Bed Stabilizing System. FL18E1 M1 Reverse Lock System Bed Normally Rests on Legs. FL18E2 M2 Floor Lock System Bed Normally Rests on Casters. Overall Weight,FL18E1 E2 w Full Length Siderail and. Designer Board 288 lb 127 kg,FL18M1 M2 w Full Length Siderail and.
Designer Board 260 lb 118 kg,Overall Dimensions, Length 76 Bed w o and w Bumpers 84 1 8 in 86 1 4 in 214 cm 219 cm. 80 Bed w o and w Bumpers 86 5 8 in 89 in 220 cm 226 cm. Width Siderail down Siderail up 39 1 4 in 42 in 99 6 cm 106 6 cm. Electrical Requirements All electrical 120 V 50 60 Hz 5 A. requirements meet the CSA standard C22 2,No 125 and UL 544 specifications for class. Stryker Bertec Medical Inc provides special attention to product improvement and reserves the right to change. specifications without notice,1 2 TECHNICAL SUPPORT. For questions regarding this product contact one of the following Technical Service. departments or your local representative,In Canada In the United States. Stryker Bertec Medical Inc Stryker Medical,Service in English 1 800 428 5025 1 800 327 0770.
Service in French 1 800 361 2040 6300 Sprinkle Road. E mail Canada service bertec strykercorp com Kalamazoo MI 49001 9799. 70 5th Avenue P O Box 128 USA,L Islet Quebec G0R 2C0 Canada. Chapter 1 The Sunflower Maintenance Manual,1 3 WARNING CAUTION NOTE DEFINITIONS. The words WARNING CAUTION and NOTE carry special meanings and should be carefully. The personal safety of the patient or user may be involved Disregarding this information could. result in injury to the patient or user, These instructions point out special procedures or precautions that must be followed to avoid. damaging the equipment, Notes provide special information to make maintenance easier or important instruction clearer. 1 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS, The following is a list of safety precautions that must be observed when operating or servicing.
the Sunflower bed They are repeated throughout the manual where applicable Carefully read. and strictly follow them before operating or servicing this unit. The Sunflower bed is not intended for pediatric use. It is important that all users have been trained and educated on the inherent hazards. associated with the use of electric and manuals beds Bed mechanisms can cause serious. injury to the patient or user Operate bed only when all people are clear of the mechanisms. Electric Sunflower beds are equipped with a hospital grade plug for protection against. shock hazard It must be plugged directly into a properly grounded receptacle Grounding. reliability can be achieved only when a hospital grade receptacle is used. Always make sure the bed is resting on its legs or the caster brakes are applied when a. patient is on the bed Serious injury could occur if the bed moves while a patient is getting. in or out of bed Always check bed stability after having moved the bed and seated it on the. floor or engaged the caster brakes, Possible fire hazard exists when this bed is used with oxygen administering equipment. other than nasal mask type or half bed length tent type It is recommended to disconnect. the bed in such circumstances When using a half bed length tent type ensure the siderails. are outside the oxygen tent Oxygen tent should not extend below the mattress support. To help reduce the number and severity of falls by patients always leave the bed in the. lowest position and leave the siderails fully up when the patient is unattended After raising. the siderails pull firmly on the siderail to ensure it is securely locked into the up position. Always keep siderails in the fully raised position and the sleep surface horizontal in its. lowest position when the patient is sleeping unless the patient s medical conditions dictates. otherwise If the bed is equipped with half length siderails and the sleep surface is not in the. horizontal position it is strongly recommended that only the head siderails be kept in their. highest position and the foot siderails be stored on the side of the bed to avoid the risks of a. patient becoming caught between the two siderail sections. Introduction Chapter 1, Siderails with or without their padded covers or nets are not intended to serve as restraint. devices to keep patient from exiting the bed Siderails are designed to keep a patient from. inadvertently rolling off the bed It is the responsibility of the attending medical personnel to. determine the degree of restraint necessary to ensure a patient will remain safely in bed. Failure to utilize the siderails properly could result in serious patient injury. When a patient s condition requires greater safety measures for their security you can. remove completely the pendant control and install protective pads on the siderails. When the sleep surface sections are articulated ensure that all spaces created by the. raised siderails are clear to avoid the patient s limb becoming trapped between siderails. and boards and between siderails if applicable, When large fluid spills occur in the area of the circuit board cables and motors immediately. unplug the bed Remove the patient from the bed and clean up the fluid Have maintenance. completely check the bed Fluids can have an adverse effect on operational capabilities of. any electrical product DO NOT put the bed back into service until it is completely dried and. has been thoroughly tested for safe operation, Do not steam clean hose off or ultrasonically clean the bed Do not immerse any part of the. bed The electrical components of the bed may be damaged by exposure to water Hand. wash regularly all surfaces of the bed with a soft cloth moistened with a solution of. lukewarm water and mild detergent Wipe cleaned surfaces dry to avoid build up of cleaning. substance Inspect the mattress after each use Discontinue use if any cracks or rips are. found in the mattress cover which may allow fluid to enter the mattress Failure to properly. clean mattress or dispose of defective mattress will increase the risk of exposure to. pathogenic substances which may cause injury to the patient or user. Always unplug the bed power cord from the wall outlet when cleaning or servicing the bed. When working under the bed with the bed in the high position always place blocks under. the sleep surface and lock the casters to prevent injury. When using the emergency hand crank during a power failure unplug the power cord from. the wall receptacle so that unexpected resumption of power will not rotate handle Remove. and store the crank before reconnecting the bed, Do not attempt to fit a Patient Helper system on the Sunflower bed Due to the bed.
lightness of weight no receptacles are provided at the head end of the bed to install a such. a device as it may cause the bed to tip on its side. Ensure that any bed malfunction is promptly reported to service personnel for immediate. attention Preventative maintenance should be performed periodically to ensure all bed. features are functioning properly, Ensure that the power cord does not get trapped under a leg when the bed is seated on the. floor after having been moved,Chapter 1 The Sunflower Maintenance Manual. 1 5 STATIC DISCHARGE PROTECTION, The electronic circuits of the bed are protected from static electricity damage only while the bed. is assembled in the plant It is extremely important that all service personnel always use. adequate static protection when servicing the electronic components of the bed. Static Protection Equipment, The necessary equipment for a proper static protection are. 1 static wrist strap,1 grounding plug, 1 test lead with a banana plug on one end and a alligator clip on the other.
Static Protection Procedure, 1 Unplug the bed power cord from the wall receptacle. 2 Insert the grounding plug into a properly grounded hospital grade wall receptacle Plug the. banana plug of the test lead into the receptacle on the grounding plug Connect the alligator. clip on the other end of the test lead to a ground point on the bed. 3 Place the static control wrist strap on your wrist Connect the clip at the other end of the. wrist strap cord to a ground point on the bed,GROUNDING DIAGRAM. Figure 1 6,1 6 WARRANTY,1 6 1 Limited Warranty, All Stryker Bertec products are guaranteed against material or workmanship defects improper. operation of mechanisms and premature wear of bed components under normal use. conditions, For questions regarding warranty please contact Stryker Bertec Technical Service department. see section 1 2 or your local representative,1 6 2 To Obtain Service and or Replacement Parts.
Throughout this Maintenance manual the words right and left refer to the right and left sides. of a patient lying face up on the bed,To Require Service. To obtain the service of a Stryker Field Service Representative for an on site diagnosis and or. repair of a bed malfunction contact Stryker Bertec Technical Service department see section. 1 2 or your local representative,Introduction Chapter 1. To Order Replacement Parts,QE71 0411 T O,FRAME RIGHT MID SECTION. Figure 1 7 2, To order replacement parts contact Stryker Bertec Technical Service Department see section. 1 2 or your local representative and provide the following information. Model number A,Serial number B,Production number C.
Name and part number of the defective part which can be found in the Parts Lists included. in the Customer s Guide whose code number D is printed on the manufacturer s. It is very important that you refer to the Customer s Guide drawings and parts lists that are. specific to the bed requiring repair,Description of the problem encountered. We will do our best to help you identify the parts to be replaced However if an error occurs. when ordering the user remains responsible for identifying parts to change. Stryker Bertec will take back wrong parts ordered but will not assume shipping charges and. restocking fees will be charged to the user unless a Technical Service Representative has been. requested for an on site diagnosis of the malfunction. unplug the bed Remove the patient from the bed and clean up the fluid Have maintenance completely check the bed Fluids can have an adverse effect on operational capabilities of any electrical product DO NOT put the bed back into service until it is completely dried and has been thoroughly tested for safe operation

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