Invacare Orbit Owner's Operator And Maintenance Manual

Owner's Operator And Maintenance Manual for Invacare Orbit Wheelchair (84 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: Invacare
  • Category of Device: Wheelchair
  • Document: Orbit, File Type: PDF Owner's Operator And Maintenance Manual
  • Updated: 27-03-2024
  • Count of Pages: 84
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  • Owner’s Operator and Maintenance Manual

    DEALER: This manual MUST be given to

    the user of the product.

    USER:

    BEFORE using this product, read this

    manual and save for future reference.

    For more information regarding

    Invacare products, parts, and services,

    please visit www.invacare.com

    Orbit

  • Orbit

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     WARNING

    A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN MUST PERFORM THE INITIAL SET UP

    OF THIS WHEELCHAIR. ALSO, A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN MUST

    PERFORM ALL PROCEDURES SPECIFICALLY INDICATED IN THE

    MANUAL.

    WHEELCHAIR USERS: DO NOT SERVICE OR OPERATE THIS

    EQUIPMENT WITHOUT FIRST READING AND UNDERSTANDING

    (1) THE OWNER’S OPERATOR AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

    AND (2) THE SEATING SYSTEM’S MANUAL (IF APPLICABLE). IF

    YOU ARE UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE WARNINGS,

    CAUTIONS, AND INSTRUCTIONS, CONTACT INVACARE

    TECHNICAL SUPPORT BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE OR

    OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT - OTHERWISE INJURY OR DAMAGE

    MAY RESULT.

    DEALERS AND QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS: DO NOT SERVICE OR

    OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT WITHOUT FIRST READING AND

    UNDERSTANDING (1) THE OWNER’S OPERATOR AND

    MAINTENANCE MANUAL, (2) THE SERVICE MANUAL (IF

    APPLICABLE) AND (3) THE SEATING SYSTEM’S MANUAL (IF

    APPLICABLE). IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE

    WARNINGS, CAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS, CONTACT

    INVACARE TECHNICAL SUPPORT BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO

    SERVICE OR OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT - OTHERWISE, INJURY

    OR DAMAGE MAY RESULT.

    NOTE:Updatedversionsofthismanualareavailableonwww.invacare.com.

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Part No. 1073955 3 Orbit™

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ............................................................... 6

    SPECIAL NOTES ................................................................................ 9

    LABEL LOCATION .......................................................................... 10

    Standard Labels .........................................................................................................................................10

    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS .................................................. 12

    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES ................................................. 13

    Information for Healthcare Professionals/Assistants .......................................................................13

    Stability - All Models ................................................................................................................................13

    Anti-Tippers...............................................................................................................................................14

    Operating Information.............................................................................................................................14

    Tire Pressure .............................................................................................................................................15

    Weight Training ........................................................................................................................................15

    Weight Limitation.....................................................................................................................................15

    SECTION 2—SAFETY/HANDLING OF WHEELCHAIRS ......................... 16

    Safety/Handling of Wheelchairs.............................................................................................................16

    Stability and Balance.................................................................................................................................16

    Coping With Everyday Obstacles.........................................................................................................17

    A Note to Wheelchair Assistants ........................................................................................................17

    Reaching, Leaning and Bending Forward.............................................................................................18

    Reaching and Leaning Backwards..........................................................................................................18

    Tipping.........................................................................................................................................................18

    Stairways.....................................................................................................................................................20

    Escalators....................................................................................................................................................21

    Transferring To and From Other Seats ..............................................................................................21

    SECTION 3—SAFETY INSPECTION/TROUBLESHOOTING .................... 22

    Safety Inspection Checklist.....................................................................................................................22

    Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................25

    Maintenance...............................................................................................................................................25

    SECTION 4—ASSEMBLY .................................................................. 27

    Assembling/Disassembling the Removable Orbit Wheelchair.......................................................27

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    SECTION 5—FRONT RIGGINGS ........................................................ 30

    Installing/Removing Front Riggings .......................................................................................................30

    Adjusting Footplate Height.....................................................................................................................31

    Installing 3-Inch Extension ......................................................................................................................32

    Installing Elevating Legrest......................................................................................................................33

    Adjusting Elevating Legrest.....................................................................................................................33

    Installing/Adjusting the Adjustable Angle Flip-up Footplates..........................................................34

    Bilateral Contracture Platform Procedures .......................................................................................35

    Replacing Sector Block............................................................................................................................37

    Installing/Removing/Adjusting the Telescoping Front Frame Tubes.............................................38

    Optional Footrest Accessories .............................................................................................................39

    SECTION 6—ARMS ......................................................................... 41

    Installing the T-Arm Sockets..................................................................................................................41

    Installing/Removing the T-arms ............................................................................................................42

    Adjusting the T-Arms ..............................................................................................................................43

    Using/Installing/Adjusting Cantilever Arms.........................................................................................48

    Replacing/Repositioning the Locking Mechanism in the Cantilever Arm....................................50

    Replacing and Adjusting Arm Pad Depth for Cantilever Arms .....................................................51

    SECTION 7—SEAT AND BACK ......................................................... 52

    Replacing the Locking Mechanism in the Back Cane ......................................................................52

    Installing Fixed Height Stroller Handles ..............................................................................................53

    Installing/Removing/Adjusting the Adjustable Angle Stroller Handles .........................................53

    Removing/Installing the Spreader Bar..................................................................................................55

    Folding/Unfolding the Back Canes ........................................................................................................56

    Installing/Removing a Seating System...................................................................................................57

    Removing/Installing the Seat Pan...........................................................................................................57

    SECTION 8—FRONT CASTERS ......................................................... 58

    Replacing/Installing Front Caster Assemblies.....................................................................................58

    Replacing Front Fork ...............................................................................................................................59

    Adjusting Caster Headtubes ..................................................................................................................60

    SECTION 9—REAR WHEELS ............................................................. 61

    Removing/Installing Rear Wheels .........................................................................................................61

    Adjusting the Quick-Release Axle........................................................................................................62

    Replacing Handrims..................................................................................................................................63

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    SECTION 10—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS ..................................... 65

    Foot Activated Wheel Lock Procedures ............................................................................................65

    Hand Activated Wheel Lock Procedures ...........................................................................................66

    Adjusting the Wheel Lock......................................................................................................................67

    Installing Anti-Tippers..............................................................................................................................68

    Adjusting Anti-Tippers ............................................................................................................................69

    SECTION 11—RECLINER ................................................................. 70

    Engaging Tilt-In-Space ..............................................................................................................................70

    Operating Recliner...................................................................................................................................72

    Adjusting Limit Stops of the Tilt Mechanism......................................................................................73

    Replacing Upholstery (Recliner Models Only)...................................................................................74

    Adjusting the Back Height - Recliner Models Only ..........................................................................75

    SECTION 12—TRANSPORT READY OPTION ..................................... 76

    About Transport Ready Packages.........................................................................................................77

    Compliance Information .........................................................................................................................77

    Specifications .............................................................................................................................................77

    Securing the Wheelchair to the Vehicle .............................................................................................78

    Securing the Occupant............................................................................................................................80

    SECTION 13—OPTIONS ................................................................... 82

    Using the Ventilator Tray .......................................................................................................................82

    LIMITED WARRANTY ..................................................................... 83

  • REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT

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    REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT

    The benefits of registering:

    1. Safeguard your investment.

    2. Ensure long term maintenance and servicing of your purchase.

    3. Receive updates with product information, maintenance tips, and industry news.

    4. Invacare can contact you or your provider, if servicing is needed on your product.

    5. It will enable Invacare to improve product designs based on your input and needs.

    Register ONLINE at www.invacare.com

    - or -

    Complete and mail the form on the next page

    Any registration information you submit will be used by Invacare Corporation only, and

    protected as required by applicable laws and regulations.

  • Part No. 1073955 7 Orbit

    Name _______________________________________________________________

    Address _____________________________________________________________

    City ___________________State/Province __________

    Zip/Postal Code ________

    Email ___________________________________ Phone No. _________________

    Invacare Model No. ______________________ Serial No. __________________

    Purchased From _________________________Date of Purchase:___________

    1. Method of purchase: (check all that apply)

    ❏ Medicare ❏ Insurance ❏ Medicaid ❏ Other __________________________

    2. This product was purchased for use by: (check one)

    ❏ Self ❏ Parent ❏ Spouse ❏ Other

    3. Product was purchased for use at:

    ❏ Home ❏ Facility ❏ Other

    4. I purchased an Invacare product because:

    ❏ Price ❏ Features (list features) _________________________________________

    5. Who referred you to Invacare products? (check all that apply)

    ❏ Doctor ❏ Therapist ❏ Friend ❏ Relative ❏ Dealer/Provider ❏ Other_________

    ❏ Advertisement (circle one): TV, Radio, Magazine, Newspaper ❏ No Referral_____

    6. What additional features, if any, would you like to see on this product?

    __________________________________________________________________________

    7. Would you like information sent to you about Invacare products that may be available for a

    particular medical condition? ❏ Yes ❏ No

    If yes, please list any condition(s) here and we will send you information by email and/or mail about

    any available Invacare products that may help treat, care for or manage such condition(s):

    __________________________________________________________________________

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    home medical products sold by Invacare's dealers? ❏ Yes ❏ No

    9. What would you like to see on the Invacare website?

    __________________________________________________________________________

    10. Would you like to be part of future online surveys for Invacare products? ❏ Yes ❏ No

    11. User's Year of birth: ______________________________________________________

    If at any time you wish not to receive future mailings from us, please contact us at Invacare Corporation,

    CRM Department, 39400 Taylor Parkway, Elyria, OH 44035, or fax to 877-619-7996 and we will remove

    you from our mailing list.

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  • SPECIAL NOTES

    Part No. 1073955 9 Orbit

    SPECIAL NOTES

    Signalwordsareusedinthismanualandapplytohazardsorunsafepracticeswhich

    couldresultinpersonalinjuryorpropertydamage.Refertothefollowingtablefor

    definitionsofthesignalwords.

    NOTICE

    THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS SUBJECT TO

    CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

    WHEELCHAIR USER

    As a manufacturer of wheelchairs, Invacare endeavors to supply a wide variety of

    wheelchairs to meet many needs of the end user. However, final selection of the

    type of wheelchair to be used by an individual rests solely with the user and his/her

    healthcare professional capable of making such a selection.

    WHEELCHAIR TIE-DOWN RESTRAINTS AND SEAT RESTRAINTS

    TRRO includes four factory-installed transport brackets and a wheelchair anchored

    pelvic belt. TRRO has been crash-tested in accordance with ANSI/RESNA WC Vol 1

    Section 19 Frontal Impact Test requirements for wheelchairs with a 168 lb crash

    dummy, which corresponds to a person with a weight of 114 to 209 lbs.

    Only use the transport brackets included with TRRO for the purposes described in

    this manual.

    As of this date, the Department of Transportation has not approved any tie-down

    systems for transportation of a user while in a wheelchair, in a moving vehicle of any

    type. It is Invacare’s position that users of wheelchairs should be transferred into

    appropriate seating in vehicles for transportation and use be made of the restraints

    made available by the auto industry. Invacare cannot and does not recommend any

    wheelchair transportation systems.

    ALWAYS wear your seat positioning strap. Inasmuch as the seat positioning strap is an

    option on this wheelchair (you may order with or without the seat positioning strap),

    Invacare strongly recommends ordering the seat positioning strap as an additional

    safeguard for the wheelchair user. The seat positioning strap is a positioning belt only. It

    is not designed for use as a safety device withstanding high stress loads such as auto or

    aircraft safety belts. If signs of wear appear, belt MUST be replaced immediately.

    Invacare products are specifically designed and manufactured for use in conjunction

    with Invacare accessories. Accessories designed by other manufacturers have not

    been tested by Invacare and are not recommended for use with Invacare products.

    SIGNAL WORD MEANING

    DANGER Danger indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in

    death or serious injury.

    WARNING Warning indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in

    death or serious injury.

    CAUTION Caution indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in

    property damage.

  • LABEL LOCATION

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    LABEL LOCATION

    Standard Labels

    WARNING

    DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT

    THE ANTI-TIP TUBES

    INSTALLED.

    REV. 5/98

    P/N 60106X144

    Refer to Owner's Manual

    for proper anti-tipper

    setting.

    1085379

    WARNING

    NOTE:Seatremoved

    forclarity.

    WEIGHT CAPACITY

    150 LBS. (68 kgs.)

    REFER TO OWNER’S MANUAL

    P/N 1111010

  • LABEL LOCATION

    Part No. 1073955 11 Orbit

    Wheelchairs with TRRO

    P/N 1120033 REV B - 08/05

    Refer to attached TRANSPORT READY OPTION

    Instruction Card and wheelchair Owner's Manual

    before use.

    NOTE:Seatremoved

    forclarity.

  • TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS

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    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS

    *NOTE:Invacarerecommendsthatrearseat‐to‐floorheightbeatleast3/8inchshorterthanfront

    seat‐to‐floorheight.Otherwiseaforwardseatdumpcanoccur.Therearseat‐to‐floorheightsare

    basedonpneumatictiresorpneumatictireswithflatfreeinserts.Ifwheelchairisequippedwith

    urethanetires,subtract1/4inchfromthemeasurementslistedabove.Allheightsareapproximate

    to±1/4inchduetotirewearandairpressure.Thefrontseat‐to‐floorheightsareapproximateto±

    1/4inch.

    **NOTE:Weightsvarydependingonhowwheelchairisequipped.

    ORBIT

    MINIMUM MAXIMUM

    OVERALL WIDTH: 18.5 inches 24.5 inches

    OVERALL DEPTH

    (WITHOUT FRONT RIGGINGS)

    SHORT FRAME:

    LONG FRAME:

    35 inches

    39 inches

    38 inches

    42 inches

    SEAT WIDTH: 10-16 inches (in one inch increments)

    SEAT DEPTH: 10-16 inches (in one inch increments)

    FRAME TYPE: Aluminum, One-piece

    SEAT-TO-FLOOR*: 15-1/2 to 20-1/2 inches

    BACK STYLE: Adjustable Angle (80° to 110°), Fold Down Reclining back

    with stroller handles (Available on long frames only),

    Fixed Height Anodized Cane with Push Handles

    BACK HEIGHT: 20 inches

    BACK ANGLE (RECLINER ONLY): 90° to 170°

    ARM STYLES: “T” (Standard), Cantilever (Fixed Hgt. Anodized Cane with

    Push Handles Only) or Dual Point (Adjustable Height)

    FOOTREST: Swingaways Footrests and Elevating Legrests

    REAR AXLE: Permanent or Quick Release

    REAR AXLE MOUNTING PLATES: Multi-Position

    REAR WHEELS: 12, 20, 22 and 24 inch Composite Pneumatic or

    Pneumatic-Flat Free Insert, Urethane tires

    HANDRIMS: Aluminum, Plastic Coated and Projection

    CASTER SIZE: 5 inch Aluminum or Composite Urethane, 6 or 8 inch

    Composite Urethane, Pneumatic or Pneumatic with

    Flat Free Insert

    WHEEL LOCKS: Push-to-Lock, Wheel Lock Extensions, Hill Holder,

    Foot Activated

    WEIGHT: 32 lbs without front riggings

    SHIPPING WEIGHT** (APPROX.): 45 lbs

  • SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES

    Part No. 1073955 13 Orbit

    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES

     WARNING

    SECTION 1 - GENERAL GUIDELINES contains important information for the safe

    operation and use of this product. DO NOT use this product or any available

    optional equipment without first completely reading and understanding these

    instructions and any additional instructional material such as owner’s manuals, ser-

    vice manuals or instruction sheets supplied with this product or optional equip-

    ment. If you are unable to understand the Warnings, Cautions or Instructions,

    contact a healthcare professional, dealer or technical personnel before attempting

    to use this equipment. Otherwise, injury or damage may occur.

    Information for Healthcare Professionals/Assistants

    TheOrbitwheelchairMUSTbeoperatedbyahealthcareprofessionalorassistantwhen

    inANYreclinedposition.

    Makesurethepatientisproperlypositionedinthewheelchairbeforerecliningor

    inclining(reverserecline)tomaintainmaximumstabilityandsafety.

    AssistantsMUSTbepreparedtosupporttheweightoftheoccupantwhenreclining,or

    returningtheoccupantofthewheelchairtothefulluprightposition.Makesuretouse

    properbodymechanics(useyourlegs)orseekassistanceifnecessarytoavoidinjury.

    ALWAYSengagebothwheellockswhilerecliningorinclining(reverserecline)thewheelchair .

    Stability - All Models

    Theseatheight,seatdepth, backangle,piv otpointof seatframe,seatingsystem,caster 

    position,sizeandpositionoftherearwheels,aswellastheuserconditiondirectlyrelateto

    thestabilityofthewheelchair.Anychangetooneoranycombinationoftheninemaycause

    thewheelchair

    todecreaseinstability.TheseadjustmentsMUSTbeperformedbyan

    authorizedInvacaredeale r orqualifiedtechnician.

    NOTE:Whenchangesto

    thelefthandcolumnoccur,

    followacr ossthechartand

    refertothepr ocedur ethat

    ischecked(

    9

    )tomaintain

    theproperstability,safety

    andhandlingofthe

    wheelchair.

    CASTER SIZE

    CASTER POSITION

    WHEEL SIZE

    WHEEL POSITION

    ANTI-TIPPERS

    USER CONDITION

    CASTER SIZE

    •XXXXX

    CASTER POSITION

    X•XXXX

    WHEEL SIZE

    XX • XXX

    ANTI-TIPPERS

    XXX • XX

    USER CONDITION

    XXXXX •

  • SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES

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    Anti-Tippers

    Anti‐tippersMUSTbeattachedatalltimes.Inasmuchastheanti‐tippersareanoptionon

    thiswheelchair(youmayorderwithorwithouttheanti‐tippers),Invacarestrongly

    recommendsorderingtheanti‐tippersasasafeguardforthewheelchairuser.

    ALWAYSuseanti‐tippers.Whenoutdoorsonwet,softgroundorongravelsurfaces,anti

    tippersmaynotprovidethesamelevelofprotectionagainsttipover.Extracautionmust

    beobservedwhentraversingsuchsurfaces.

    Operating Information

    AfterANYadjustments,repairorserviceandbeforeuse,makesureallattaching

    hardwareistightenedsecurely‐otherwiseinjuryordamagemayresult.

    Unlessotherwisenoted,allserviceandadjustmentshouldbeperformedwhilethe

    wheelchairisunoccupied.

    Todetermineandestablishyourparticularsafetylimits,practicebending,reachingand

    transferringactivitiesinseveralcombinationsinthepresenceofaqualifiedhealthcare

    professionalbeforeattemptingactiveuseofthewheelchair.

    Whencleaningrearcaneorhandgripareasuseonlyacleantowellightlydampenedwith

    coolwater.Verifythatgripsaredrypriortouse.Useofsoaporammoniabasedcleaning

    solutionswillresultinthehandgripsslidingoffthecaneassembly.Failuretoobservethis

    warningmayresultininjurytotheuserorbystanders.

    Ifthewheelchairisexposedtoextremetemperature(above100°Forbelow32°F),high

    humidityand/orbecomeswet,priortouse,ensurethatthehandgripsdonottwistonthe

    handle.Otherwise,damageorinjurymayoccur.

    Avoidstoringorusingthewheelchairnearopenflameorcombustibleproducts.Serious

    injuryordamagetopropertymayresult.

    ALWAYSkeephandsandfingersclearofmovingpartstoavoidinjury.

    DONOTtraverse,climborgodownramps

    orslopesgreaterthan9°.

    DONOTattempttomoveupordownaninclinewithawater,iceoroilfilm.

    DONOToperateonroads,streetsorhighways.

    DONOTattempttorideovercurbsorobstacles.Doingsomaycauseyourwheelchairto

    tipoverandcausebodilyharmtoyouordamagetothewheelchair.

    DONOTattempttoreachobjectsifyouhavetomoveforwardintheseat.

    DONOTattempttoreachobjectsifyouhavetopickthemupfromthefloorbyreaching

    downbetweenyourknees.

    DONOTleanoverthetopofthe

    backupholsterytoreachobjectsbehindyou,asthismay

    causethewheelchairtotipover.

    DONOTshiftyourweightorsittingposition towarddirectionyouarereachingasthe

    wheelchairmaytipover.

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    DONOTattempttostopamovingwheelchairwithwheellocks.Wheellocksarenotbrakes.

    DONOTtipthewheelchairwithoutassistance.

    DONOTuseanescalatortomoveawheelchairbetweenfloors.Seriousbodilyinjurymay

    occur.

    Beforeattemptingtotransferinoroutofthewheelchair,everyprecautionshouldbetaken

    toreducethegapdistance.Turnbothcastersparalleltotheobjectyouaretransferringonto.

    Whentransferringtoandfromthewheelchair,ALWAYSengagebothwheellocks.

    DONOTattempttoliftthewheelchairbyanyremovable(detachable)parts.Liftingby

    meansofanyremovable(detachable)partsofthewheelchairmayresultininjurytothe

    userordamagetothewheelchair.

    DONOTstandontheframeofthewheelchair.

    DONOTusethefootplateasaplatform.Whengettinginoroutofthewheelchair,make

    surethatthefootplatesareintheupwardposition.

    ALWAYSwearyourseatpositioningstrap.Inasmuchastheseatpositioningstrapisan

    optiononthiswheelchair(youmayorderwithorwithouttheseatpositioningstrap),

    Invacarestronglyrecommendsorderingtheseatpositioningstrapasanadditional

    safeguardforthewheelchairuser.Theseatpositioningstrapisapositioningbeltonly.It

    isnotdesignedforuseasasafetydevicewithstandinghighstressloadssuchasautoor

    aircraftsafetybelts.Ifsignsofwearappear,beltmustbereplacedimmediately.

    ALWAYSusethehandrimsforself‐propulsion.Inasmuchasthehandrimsareanoption

    onthiswheelchair(youmayorderwithorwithoutthehandrims),Invacarestrongly

    recommendsorderingthehandrimsasanadditionalsafeguardforthewheelchairuser.

    Tire Pressure

    DONOTuseyourwheelchairunlessithasthepropertirepressure(P.S.I.).DONOT

    overinflatethetires.Failuretofollowthesesuggestionsmaycausethetiretoexplodeand

    causebodilyharm.Therecommendedtirepressureislistedonthesidewallofthetire.

    Weight Training

    Invacaredoesnotrecommendtheuseofitswheelchairsasaweighttrainingapparatus.

    Invacarewheelchairshavenotbeendesignedortestedasaseatforanykindofweight

    training.Ifoccupantusessaidwheelchairasaweighttrainingapparatus,Invacareshall

    notbeliableforbodilyinjuryordamagetothewheelchairandthewarrantyisvoid.

    Weight Limitation

    TheOrbitwheelchairhasaweightlimitationof150lbs.

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    WHEELCHAIRS

    Safety/Handling of Wheelchairs

    Safetyandhandlingofthewheelchairrequirethecloseattentionofthewheelchairuser

    aswellastheassistant.Thismanualpointsoutthemostcommonproceduresand

    techniquesinvolvedinthesafeoperationandmaintenanceofthewheelchair.Itis

    importanttopracticeandmasterthesesafetechniquesuntilyouarecomfortablein

    maneuveringaroundthefrequentlyencounteredarchitecturalbarriers.

    Usethisinformationonlyasabasicguide.Thetechniquesthatarediscussedonthe

    followingpageshavebeenusedsuccessfullybymany.

    Individualwheelchairusersoftendevelopskillstodealwithdailylivingactivitiesthat

    maydifferfromthosedescribedinthismanual.Invacarerecognizesandencourageseach

    individualtotrywhatworksbestforhim/herinovercomingarchitecturalobstaclesthat

    theymayencounter.However,allwarningsandcautionsgiveninthismanualMUSTbe

    heeded.Techniquesinthismanualareastartingpointforthenewwheelchairuserand

    assistantwith“safety”asthemostimportantconsiderationforall.

    Stability and Balance

     WARNING

    ALWAYS wear your seat positioning strap. Inasmuch as the seat positioning strap is

    an option on this wheelchair (you may order with or without the seat positioning

    strap), Invacare strongly recommends ordering the seat positioning strap as an

    additional safeguard for the wheelchair user. The seat positioning strap is a position-

    ing belt only. It is not designed for use as a safety device withstanding high stress

    loads such as auto or aircraft safety belts. If signs of wear appear, belt MUST be

    replaced immediately.

    Toassurestabilityandproperoperationofyourwheelchair,youMUSTmaintainproper

    balanceatalltimes.Yourwheelchairhasbeendesignedtoremainuprightandstable

    duringnormaldailyactivitiesaslongasyoudonotmovebeyondthecenterofgravity.

    Virtuallyallactivitieswhichinvolvemovementinthe

    wheelchairhaveaneffectonthe

    centerofgravity.Invacarerecommendsusingseat/chestpositioningstrapsforadditional

    safetywhileinvolvedinactivitiesthatshiftyourweight.

    DONOTleanforwardoutofthewheelchairanyfurtherthanthelengthofthearmrests.

    Makesurethecastersarepointingintheforward

    positionwheneveryouleanforward.

    Thiscanbeachievedbyadvancingthewheelchairandthenreversingitinastraightline.

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    Coping With Everyday Obstacles

    Copingwiththeirritationofev erydayobstaclescanbealleviatedsomewhatbylearninghowto

    manageyourwheelchair.Keepinmindyourcenterofgravitytomaintainstabilityandbalance.

    A Note to Wheelchair Assistants

    Whenassistancetothewheelchairuserisrequired,remembertousegoodbody

    mechanics.Keepyourbackstraightandbendyourkneeswhenevertippingthe

    wheelchairortraversingcurbs,orotherimpediments.

    DONOTattempttoliftthewheelchairbyanyremovable(detachable)parts.Liftingby

    meansofanyremovable(detachable)partsofthewheelchairmayresultininjurytothe

    userordamagetothewheelchair.

    Ifthewheelchairisexposedtoextremetemperature(above100°Forbelow32°F),high

    humidityand/orbecomeswet,priortouse,ensurehandgripsdonottwistonthe

    wheelchair’shandle‐otherwisedamageorinjury mayoccur.

    Also,beaware ofdetachablepartssuchasarmrestsorlegrests.ThesemustNEVERbe

    usedtomovethewheelchairorasliftingsupports,astheymaybeinadvertentlyreleased,

    resultinginpossibleinjurytotheuserand/orassistant(s).

    Whenlearninganewassistancetechnique,haveanexperiencedassistanthelpyoubefore

    attemptingitalone.

     WARNING

    DO NOT attempt to reach objects if you have to move forward in the seat or pick

    them up from the floor by reaching down between your knees.

    The seat height, seat depth, back angle, pivot point of seat frame, seating system,

    caster position, size and position of the rear wheels, as well as the user condition

    directly relate to the stability of the wheelchair. Any change to one or any combina-

    tion of the nine may cause the wheelchair to decrease in stability. These adjust-

    ments must be performed by an authorized Invacare dealer or qualified technician.

    Manyactivitiesrequirethewheelchairownertoreach,bendandtransferinandoutofthe

    wheelchair.Thesemovementswillcauseachangetothenormalbalance,thecenterof

    gravity,andtheweightdistributionofthewheelchair.Todetermineandestablishyour

    particularsafetylimits,practicebending,reachingandtransferringactivitiesinseveral

    combinationsinthepresenceofaqualifiedhealthcareprofessionalbeforeattempting

    activeuseofthewheelchair.

    Properpositioningisessentialforyoursafety.Whenreaching,leaning,orbending

    forward,itisimportanttousethefrontcastersasatooltomaintainstabilityandbalance.

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    Reaching, Leaning and Bending Forward

     WARNING

    DO NOT attempt to reach objects if

    you have to move forward in the seat or

    pick them up from the floor by reaching

    down between your knees.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 2.1.

    Positionthefrontcasterssothattheyare

    extendedasfarforwardaspossibleand

    engagewheellocks.

    FIGURE 2.1 Reaching, Leaning and Bending

    Forward

    Reaching and Leaning Backwards

     WARNING

    DO NOT lean over the top of the back

    upholstery to reach objects behind you,

    as this may cause the wheelchair to tip

    over.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 2.2.

    Positionwheelchairascloseaspossible

    tothedesiredobject.Pointfrontcasters

    forwardtocreatethelongestpossible

    wheelbase.Reachbackonlyasfaras

    you r armwillexten dwithoutchanging

    you r sitti ngposition.

    FIGURE 2.2 Reaching and Leaning

    Backwards

    Tipping

     WARNING

    DO NOT tip the wheelchair without assistance.

    Whentippingthewheelchair,anassistantshouldgraspthebackofthewheelchairona

    non‐removable(non‐detachable)part.Informthewheelchairoccupantbeforetippingthe

    wheelchairandremindhim/hertoleanback.Besuretheoccupant’sfeetandhandsare

    clearofallwheelsand/orpinchpoints.

    Aftermastering

    thetechniquesoftippingthewheelchair,useoneofthefollowing

    methodstotacklecurbs,shortstairs,etc.

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    Method 1 - Wheelchair With Step Tubes

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 2.3.

    Placefootonthesteptubeandbegintotiltthewheelchairtowardyou.Applya

    continuousdownwardmotionuntilthebalancepointisachievedandthefrontcasters

    clearthecurb.Atthispoint,theassistantwillfeeladifferenceintheweightdistribution.

     WARNING

    When lowering the front casters of the

    wheelchair, DO NOT let the wheelchair

    drop the last few inches to the ground.

    This could result in injury to the occu-

    pant and/or damage to the wheelchair.

    Rollthewheelchairforwardandslowly

    lowerthefrontofthewheelchairinone

    continuousmovementontothesidewalk.

    Pushthewheelchairforwarduntiltherear

    wheelsrollupandoverthecurb.

    FIGURE 2.3 Method 1 - Wheelchair With

    Step Tubes

    Method 2 - Wheelchair Without Step Tubes

     WARNING

    ALWAYS check hand grips for looseness before using the wheelchair. If loose

    and/or worn, replace immediately.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 2.4.

    Thismethodrequirestwoassistants.Thesecondassistantshouldbepositionedatthe

    frontofthewheelchairliftingupwardonanon‐removable(non‐detachable)partofthe

    wheelchairframewhenliftingthewheelchairandstabilizingthewheelchairwhenthe

    wheelchairisbeingloweredtotheground.

    Thefirstassistantshouldstandonthe

    sidewalkandturnthewheelchairsothat

    therearwheelsareagainstthecurb.Turn

    theanti‐tipperssotheanti‐tipwheelsare

    pointingup.Thewheelchairshouldbe

    tiltedbacktothebalancepointand,inone

    continuousupwardmovement,therear

    wheelsshouldbepulledupandoverthe

    curb.DONOTreturnthefrontcastersto

    thegrounduntilthewheelchairhasbeen

    pulledbackwardfarenoughforthefront

    casterstocleartheedgeofthecurb.

    FIGURE 2.4 Method 2 - Wheelchair

    Without Step Tubes

    Step Tube

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     WARNING

    When lowering the front casters of the wheelchair, DO NOT let the wheelchair

    drop the last few inches to the ground. This could result in injury to the occupant

    and/or damage to the wheelchair.

    Rollthewheelchairbackwardandslowlylowerthewheelchairinonecontinuous

    movement.Turntheanti‐tipperssotheanti‐tipwheelsarefacingdown.

    Stairways

     WARNING

    ALWAYS wear your seat positioning strap. Inasmuch as the seat positioning strap is

    an option on this wheelchair (you may order with or without the seat positioning

    strap), Invacare strongly recommends ordering the seat positioning strap as an

    additional safeguard for the wheelchair user. The seat positioning strap is a

    positioning belt only. It is not designed for use as a safety device withstanding high

    stress loads such as auto or aircraft safety belts. If signs of wear appear, belt MUST

    be replaced immediately.

    DO NOT attempt to lift a wheelchair by lifting on any removable (detachable)

    parts. Lifting by means of any removable (detachable) parts of the wheelchair may

    result in injury to the user or damage to the wheelchair.

    ALWAYS check hand grips for looseness before using the wheelchair. If loose

    and/or worn, replace immediately.

    Extreme caution is advised when it is necessary to move an occupied wheelchair up

    or down the stairs. Invacare recommends that, if possible, the user be removed

    from the wheelchair prior to moving. Invacare recommends using two assistants

    and making thorough preparations. Make sure to use only secure, non-detachable

    parts for hand-held supports.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 2.5.

    Followthisprocedureformovingthe

    wheelchairbetweenfloorswhenan

    elevatorisnotavailable:

    1. Ifnecessary,rotatetheanti‐tippersso

    thewheelsarefacingup.

    2. Afterthewheelchairhasbeentilted

    backtothebalancepoint,oneassistant

    (intherear)backsthewheelchairup

    againstthefirststep,whilesecurely

    graspinganon‐removable

    (non‐detachable)partofthewheelchair

    forleverage.

    FIGURE 2.5 Stairways

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    3. Thesecondassistant,withafirmholdonanon‐detachablepartoftheframework,lifts

    thewheelchairupandoverthestairandsteadiesthewheelchairasthefirstassistant

    placesonefootonthenextstairandrepeatsSTEP1.

    4. Thewheelchairshouldnotbelowereduntilthelaststairhasbeennegotiatedandthe

    wheelchairhasbeenrolledawayfromthestairway.

    5. Ifnecessary,rotatetheanti‐tipperssothewheelsarefacingdown.

    Escalators

     WARNING

    DO NOT use an escalator to move a wheelchair between floors. Serious bodily

    injury may occur.

    Transferring To and From Other Seats

     WARNING

    Before attempting to transfer in or out of the wheelchair, every precaution should

    be taken to reduce the gap distance. Turn both casters parallel to the object you are

    transferring onto. Also be certain the wheel locks are engaged to help prevent the

    wheels from moving.

    CAUTION

    When transferring, position yourself as far back as possible in the seat. This will help

    prevent damaged upholstery and the possibility of the wheelchair tipping forward.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 2.6.

    NOTE:Thisactivitymaybeperformedindependentlyprovidedyouhaveadequatemobilityand

    upperbodystrength.

    Positionthewheelchairascloseaspossible

    alongsidetheseattowhichyouare

    transferring,withthefrontcasters

    pointingparalleltoit.Removeorflipup

    thearmrest.Engagewheellocks.Swing

    awayorremovefrontrigging.Shiftbody

    weightintoseatwithtransfer.

    Duringindependenttransfer,littleorno

    seatplatformwillbebeneathyou.Usea

    transferboardifatallpossible.

    FIGURE 2.6 Transferring To and From

    Other Seats

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    INSPECTION/TROUBLESHOOTING

    NOTE:Everysixmonthsorasnecessary,takeyourwheelchairtoaqualifiedtechnicianfora

    thoroughinspectionandservicing.Regularcleaningwillreveallooseorwornpartsandenhance

    thesmoothoperationofyourwheelchair.Tooperateproperlyandsafely,yourwheelchair mustbe

    caredforjustlikeanyothervehicle.Routinemaintenancewillextendthelifeandefficiencyofyour

    wheelchair.

    Safety Inspection Checklist

    Initialadjustmentsshouldbemadetosuityourpersonalbodystructureandpreference.

    Thereafterfollowthesemaintenanceprocedures:

    Inspect/Adjust Initially

    ❑ Ensurethatthewheelchairrollsstraight(noexcessivedragorpulltooneside).

    ❑ Inspectforlooseormissinghardwareonframeandcrossbraces.

    ❑ Inspectforbentframeorcrossbraces.

    ❑ Checkthatthewheellocksdonotinterferewithtireswhenrolling.

    ❑ Checkthatthewheellockpivotpointsarefreeofwearandlooseness.

    ❑ Checkthatthewheellocksareeasytoengage.

    ❑ Ensurethatthewheellockspreventthewheelchairfrommovingwhenengaged.

    ❑ Inspecttheseatandbackforripsandsagging.

    ❑ Inspecttheseatandbackforlooseorbrokenhardware.

    ❑ Inspectthebackcanehandgripsforwear/looseness/deterioration.

    ❑ Inspectseatpositioningstrapforanysignsofwear.Ensurebucklelatches.Verify

    hardwarethatattachesstraptoframeissecureandundamaged.Replaceifnecessary.

    ❑ Inspecttiresforflatspotsandwear.

    ❑ Checkpneumatictiresforproperinflation.

    CAUTION

    As with any vehicle, check the wheels and tires periodically for cracks and wear.

    Replace if damaged.

    ❑ Checkthatthereisnoexcessivesidemovementorbindingintherearwheelswhen

    liftedandspun.

    ❑ Inspectrearwheelsforcracked,bentorbrokenspokes.

    ❑ Ensureallspokesareuniformlytight.

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    ❑ Inspecthandrimsforsignsofroughedgesorpeeling.

    ❑ Inspectaxleassemblyforpropertensionbyspinningcaster.Castershouldcometoa

    gradualstop.

    ❑ Adjustfrontcasters/forksbearingsystemifwheelwobblesnoticeablyorbindstoa

    stop.

    ❑ Ensurewheelbearingsarecleanandfreeofmoisture.

    ❑ Checkheadtubelocknutsfortightness.

    ❑ Inspectcastersforcracksandwear .

    ❑ Inspectfrontcastersforcracked,bentorbrokenspokes.

    ❑ Cleanupholsteryandarmrests.

    ❑ Checkthatalllabelsarepresentandlegible.Replaceifnecessary.

    ❑ Ensurecastersarefreeofdebris.

    ❑ Makesuredetentballsofthequick‐releasepinarefullyreleasedbeforeoperatingthe

    wheelchair.

    ❑ ThedetentballsMUSTbeprotrudingpastthetopoftheseatplateassemblyfora

    positivelock.

    ❑ Keepdetentballsclean.

    Inspect/Adjust Weekly

    ❑ Ensurethatthewheellockspreventthewheelchairfrommovingwhenengaged.

    ❑ Inspecttiresforflatspotsandwear.

    ❑ Checkpneumatictiresforproperinflation.

    ❑ Inspectrearwheelsforcracked,bentorbrokenspokes.

    ❑ Ensureallspokesareuniformlytight.

    ❑ Inspectaxleassemblyforpropertensionbyspinningcaster.Castershouldcometoa

    gradualstop.

    ❑ Inspectfrontcasterforcracked,bentorbrokenspokes.

    ❑ Ensurecastersarefreeofdebris.

    ❑ Makesuredetent

    ballsofthequick‐releasepinarefullyreleasedbeforeoperatingthe

    wheelchair.

    ❑ ThedetentballsMUSTbeprotrudingpastthetopoftheseatplateassemblyfora

    positivelock.

    ❑ Keepdetentballsclean.

    Inspect/Adjust Monthly

    ❑ Ensurethatthewheelchairrollsstraight(noexcessivedragorpulltooneside).

    Checkthatthewheellocksdonotinterferewithtireswhenrolling.

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    ❑ Checkthatthewheellockpivotpointsarefreeofwearandlooseness.

    ❑ Inspectseatandbackforlooseorbrokenhardware.

    ❑ Inspectseatpositioningstrapforanysignsofwear.Ensurebucklelatches.Verify

    hardwarethatattachesstraptoframeissecureandundamaged.Replaceifnecessary.

    ❑ Inspectbackcanehandgripsforwear/looseness/deterioration.

    ❑ Adjustfrontcasters/forksbearingsystemifwheelwobblesnoticeablyorbindstoa

    stop.

    ❑ Ensurewheelbearingsarecleanandfreeofmoisture.

    ❑ Checkheadtubelocknutsfortightness.

    ❑ Ensurecastersarefreeofdebris.

    ❑ Makesuredetentballsofthequick‐releasepinarefullyreleasedbeforeoperatingthe

    wheelchair.

    ❑ ThedetentballsMUSTbeprotrudingpastthetopoftheseatplateassemblyfora

    positivelock.

    ❑ Keepdetentballsclean.

    Inspect/Adjust Periodically

    ❑ Inspectframeandcrossbracesforlooseormissinghardware.

    ❑ Inspectforbentframeorcrossbraces.

    ❑ Checkthatwheellocksareeasytoengage.

    ❑ Inspectseatandbacksforripsandsagging.

    ❑ Checkthatthereisnoexcessivesidemovementorbindingintherearwheelswhen

    liftedandspun.

    ❑ Inspecthandrimsforsignsofroughedgesorpeeling.

    ❑ Adjustfrontcasters/forksbearingsystemifwheelwobblesnoticeablyorbindstoa

    stop.

    ❑ Ensurewheel

    bearingsarecleanandfreeofmoisture.

    ❑ Inspectcastersforcracksandwear .

    ❑ Cleanupholsteryandarmrests.

    ❑ Checkthatalllabelsarepresentandlegible.Replaceifnecessary.

    ❑ Ensurecastersarefreeofdebris.

    ❑ Makesuredetentballsofthequick‐releasepinarefullyreleasedbeforeoperatingthe

    wheelchair.

    ❑ ThedetentballsMUSTbeprotrudingpastthetopoftheseatplateassemblyfora

    positivelock.

    ❑ Keepdetentballsclean.

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    Troubleshooting

    Maintenance

    Maintenance Safety Precautions

     WARNING

    After ANY adjustments, repair or service and BEFORE use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely.

    CAUTION

    DO NOT overtighten hardware attaching to the frame. This could cause damage to

    the frame tubing.

    Suggested Maintenance Procedures

    1. Beforeusingthewheelchair ,makesureallnutsandboltsaretight.Checkallpartsfor

    damageorwearandreplace.Checkallpartsforproperadjustment.

    2. Keepquick‐releaseaxlesfreeofdirtandlinttoensurepositivelockingandproper

    operation.RefertoAdjustingtheQuick‐ReleaseAxleonpage 62.

    3. Oilquick‐releaseaxlesatleastonceamonth(3‐in‐1™oilorequivalent).

    4. NON‐RECLINERSEATFRAMES‐Periodicallycheckthebackfolddown

    mechanismstoensurethattheylockthebacksecurelyinplace.Disassembleandclean

    ifnecessary.RefertoReplacingtheLockingMechanismintheBackCaneonpage 52.

    Chair

    Veers

    Right/

    Left

    Chair 3

    Wheels

    Sluggish Turn or

    Performance

    Casters

    Flutter

    Squeaks

    and

    Rattles

    Looseness

    in

    Chair

    Solutions

    XX X X

    Check tires for

    correct and equal

    pressure.

    XXXX

    Check for loose nuts

    and bolts.

    XX X

    Check caster headtube

    angle.

    XX

    Check that rear

    wheels are equally

    spaced away from seat

    frame.

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     WARNING

    DO NOT use the wheelchair unless it has the proper tire pressure (P.S.I.). DO NOT

    overinflate the tires. Failure to follow these suggestions may cause the tire to

    explode and cause bodily harm.

    5.

    Iftiresarepneumatic,recommendedtirepressureislistedonthesidewallofthetire.

    6. Thewheels andtiresshouldbecheckedperiodicallyforcracksandwear,andshould

    bereplacedatyourauthorizeddealerorbyaqualifiedtechnician.

    7. Periodicallycheckhandrimstoensuretheyaresecuredtotherearwheels.Referto

    ReplacingHandrimsonpage 63.

    8. Periodicallyadjustwheellocksincorrelationtotirewear .RefertoAdjustingtheWheelLock

    onpage 67.

    9. Periodicallycheckfrontcasterwheelbearingstomake suretheyarecleanandfree

    frommoisture.UseaTeflon

    ®

    lubricantifnecessary.

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    SECTION 4—ASSEMBLY

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    Assembling/Disassembling the Removable Orbit

    Wheelchair

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 4.1onpage29.

    Assembling the Seat Frame to the Base Frame

    1. Unfoldbackcanes.RefertoFolding/UnfoldingtheBackCanesonpage 56.

    2. Ifsoequipped,unfoldcantileverarms.RefertoUsing/Installing/AdjustingCantilever

    Armsonpage 48.

    3. Ifsoequipped,installtheT‐arms.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐armson

    page 42.

    4. Installrearwheels.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheelsonpage 61.

    5. Turntheplungerslocatedontheundersideofthebaseframeplateuntilanaudible

    clickisheard.SeeDetailʺAʺofFIGURE 4.1.

    6. Visuallyinspectthebaseframeplatetoensurethelockingbuttonsprotrudeallthe

    waythroughtheplate.

    7. Placeseatframeplateonbaseframeplatedepressingthelockingbuttons.

    8. Slideseatframerearward.

     WARNING

    Ensure both sides of seat frame plate are underneath the locking channels of the

    base frame plate and the seat frame is securely locked in place before using the

    wheelchair, otherwise injury may result.

    9. Withbothsidesofseatframeplateunderneaththelockingchannelsofthebaseframe

    plate,continuetoslideuntilanaudibleclickfrombothlockingbuttonsisheard.

    NOTE:Ifanaudibleclickisnotheardfrombothlockingbuttons,wiggleseatframeplatebackand

    forthuntilanaudibleclickisheard.Thiswillensuretheseatframeislockedintoposition.

     WARNING

    Make sure the locking pins of the quick-release pin are fully released before operat-

    ing the wheelchair.

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     WARNING

    The locking pins MUST be protruding past the top of the seat plate assembly for a

    positive lock.

    Keep locking pins clean.

    10. Pushinonthetipofthequick‐releasepinandreinstallintheseat/baseframeplate

    assembly.SeeDetailʺAʺofFIGURE 4.1.

    11. Pulldownonquick‐releasepintoensurepositivelock.

    NOTE:Ifaseatingsystemisbeingusedonthewheelchair,refertotheseatingsystemOwnerʹs

    Manualforinstallationandremovaloftheseatingsystem.

    12. Installtheseatingsystemontothewheelchair,ifsoequipped.

    Disassembling the Seat Frame from the Base Frame

     WARNING

    Invacare recommends that the wheelchair users NOT be transported in vehicles of

    any kind while in wheelchairs. As of this date, the Department of Transportation has

    not approved any tie-down systems for transportation of a user while in a wheelchair,

    in a moving vehicle of any type.

    1. Ifnecessary,returnthewheelchairto0°

    tilt.RefertoEngagingTilt‐In‐Spaceon

    page 70.

    2. Remove occupantfromwheelchair.

    3. Pulldownandturnplungerslocatedonundersideofbaseframeplate.SeeDetailʺAʺ

    ofFIGURE 4.1.

    4. Pushinonthetipofthequickreleasepinlocatedonundersideof baseframeplateand

    pulloutofseat/baseframeplateassembly.SeeDetailʺAʺof

    FIGURE 4.1.

    5. Todisengagetheseatframefromthebaseframe,push/pulltheseatframeforward.

    NOTE:Ifaseatingsystemisbeingusedonthewheelchair,refertotheseatingsystemOwnerʹs

    Manualforinstallationandremovaloftheseatingsystem.

    6. Ifsoequipped,removetheexistingseatingsystemfromthewheelchair.

    7. Ifsoequipped,foldcantileverarms.RefertoUsing/Installing/AdjustingCantilever

    Armsonpage 48.

    8. Ifsoequipped,removetheT‐arms.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐arms

    on

    page 42.

    9. Folddownthebackcanes.RefertoFolding/UnfoldingtheBackCanes

    onpage 56.

    10. Removerearwheels.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheelsonpage 61.

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    Part No. 1073955 29 Orbit

    FIGURE 4.1 Assembling/Disassembling the Removable Orbit Wheelchair

    Locking

    Channel

    Seat Frame

    Base Frame

    Base Frame

    Plate

    Locking

    Button

    Locking Buttons

    Engage Here

    Seat Frame

    Plate

    DETAIL “A” - SECTIONAL OF SEAT FRAME

    AND BASE FRAME ASSEMBLED

    (WITHOUT SEATING SYSTEM)

    Seat Frame

    Plate

    Locking Buttons

    Engaged

    Locking

    Channels

    Base Frame

    Plate

    Plunger

    Quick-Release

    Pin

    Tip

    Crossmember

    Crossmember

    Seat Frame Plate

    Locking

    Button

    DETAIL "B" - SIDE VIEW

    Locking

    Pins

    Quick-Release Pin

    Top of

    Seat

    Frame

    Plate

    Base Frame Plate

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    SECTION 5—FRONT RIGGINGS

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    Installing/Removing Front Riggings

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.1.

    Installing Front Riggings

    1. Turnthefrontriggingassemblytothe

    side(openfrontriggingis

    perpendiculartowheelchair).

    2. Installthehingeplatesonthefront

    riggingassemblyontothehingepins

    onthewheelchairframe.

    3. Pushthefrontriggingassembly

    towardstheinsideofthewheelchair

    untilitlocksintoplace.

    NOTE:Thefootplatewillbeontheinsideofthe

    wheelchairwhenlockedinplace.

    4. Repeatthisprocedurefortheother

    frontriggingassembly.

    5. Toreleasethefrontrigging,pushthe

    frontriggingreleaseleverinward,

    rotatefrontriggingoutward.

    FIGURE 5.1 Installing/Removing Front

    Riggings

    Removing Front Riggings

    1. Pushthefrontriggingreleaseleverinward

    2. Rotateswingawayfrontriggingassemblyoutward.

    3. Lifttheswingawayfrontriggingassemblyoffthehinge pins.

    Footrest

    Mounting

    Pin

    Mounting

    Tube

    Footrest

    NOTE:Allswingawaystylefootrestsare

    installedthesameway.Onlyonestyleof

    footrestisshownforclarity

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    Adjusting Footplate Height

    NOTE:Releasethefootrestlockingmechanismandliftthemountingpinoutofthemountingtube.

    Laytheassemblyonaflatsurfacetosimplifythisprocedure.

    Adjusting Pivot Slide Tube Height

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.2.

    1. Remove anyaccessoriesthatareattachedtothefootrests.

    2. Remove themountingscrewandcovedwasherandpositionthefootrestassemblyto

    thedesiredheight.

    3. Alignthemountingholeinthefootrestsupport,reinsertthemountingscrewand

    covedwasherandsecurelytighten.

    4. RepeatSTEPS1

    ‐3fortheotherfootrest.

    5. Reinstallanyaccessoriesattachedtothefootrest.

    FIGURE 5.2 Adjusting Footplate Height

    Adjusting Footplate Height (70° MFX and 90° Footrests Only)

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.3onpage32.

    1. Remove anyaccessoriesthatareattachedtothefootrests.

    2. Remove themountingscrew,covedwasherandlocknutthatsecurethefootplateto

    thefootrestsupport.

    3. Repositionthefootplatetothedesiredheight.

    Footrest

    Support

    Mounting Screw

    Footrest

    Coved

    Washer

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     WARNING

    DO NOT overtighten. Footrest must be

    able to rotate upward from the horizon-

    tal to vertical position.

    4. Reinstallthemountingscrewthrough

    themountingholesofthefootplateand

    footrestsupport.

    5. Securethefootplatetothefootrest

    supportwiththecovedwasherand

    locknut.Securelytighten.

    FIGURE 5.3 Adjusting Footplate Height

    (70° MFX and 90° Footrests Only)

    Installing 3-Inch Extension

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.4.

    NOTE:Notethemountingholepositionofthemountingscrew,washers,andlocknutforproper

    reassemblyofthefootrest.

    NOTE:IfusingANYtypeofextensionwiththeadjustableanglefootplate,refertoAdjusting

    Perpendicularand/orInversion/EversionAdjustableAngleFlip‐upFootplateonpage 35.

    1. Remove anyaccessoriesthatareattachedtothefootrests.

    2. Remove themountingscrew,washerandlocknutthatsecurethefootplatetothe

    footrestsupport.

    3. Insertthe3‐inchextensionintothefootrestsupportandalignthemountingholes.

    4. Securethe3‐inchextensiontothefootrestsupportwithnewmountingscrew,washer

    andlocknut.

    5. Positionthefootplateatthedesiredheight.

     WARNING

    DO NOT overtighten. Footrest must be able to rotate upward from the horizontal

    to vertical position.

    6. Securethefootplatetothe3‐inchextensionwiththecovedwasherandlocknut.

    Securelytighten.

    FIGURE 5.4 Installing 3-Inch Extension

    Footrest Support

    Height

    Adjustment

    Holes

    Coved Washers

    Mounting

    Screw

    Locknut

    Footplate

    Footrest Support

    Mounting

    screw

    Mounting Screw,

    Coved Washer

    and Locknut

    3-inch

    Extension

    Locknut

    Washer

    Footplate

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    Installing Elevating Legrest

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.5.

    1. Insertthepivottubeintothelegrestsupportandsecureitwiththeboltandnut.

    2. Placelegrestontheoutsideofthewheelchairandinsertthemountingpinintothe

    mountingtube.

    3. Rotatelegresttowardtheinsideofthewheelchairuntilitlocksinplace.

    NOTE:Thefootplatewillbepositionedonthe

    insideofthewheelchairwhenlockedinplace.

    4. RepeatSTEPS1‐3fortheopposite

    legrest.

    5. Afterseatedinwheelchair,adjust

    footresttocorrectheightbyloosening

    nutandslidingthepivottubeupor

    downuntildesiredheightisobtained.

    6. Toreleasethelegrest,pushthelegrest

    releasehandletowardtheinsideofthe

    wheelchair(facingthefrontofthe

    wheelchair)andswingthelegrestto

    theoutsideofthewheelchair.

    FIGURE 5.5 Installing Elevating Legrest

    Adjusting Elevating Legrest

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.6.

    1. Toadjusttheelevatinglegrest,raiselegsuntilthedesiredheightisobtained.

    2. Torepositionlegresttonormalposition,supportlegwithonehandandpushrelease

    leverdownwardwithotherhand.

    3. Toadjustthecalfpad,turnpadtowardstheoutsideofthewheelchair.

    4. Slide

    thecalfpadupordownuntilthedesiredpositionisobtained.

    5. Tosecurethecalfpad,turnthecalfpadtowards theinsideofthewheelchair.

    FIGURE 5.6 Adjusting Elevating Legrest

    Bolt and Nut

    Legrest

    Support

    Footplate

    Pivot

    Tube

    Legrest Release

    Handle

    Mounting Pin

    Mounting

    Tube

    Release Lever

    Calf Pad Rotated for

    Height Adjustment

    Calf Pad

    DETAIL “A” - ADJUSTING CALF PAD

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    Installing/Adjusting the Adjustable Angle Flip-up

    Footplates

     WARNING

    When determining the angle of the

    footplates, make sure the rear of the

    footplates do not interfere with the

    movement of the front casters.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 5.7.

    Installing Adjustable Angle Flip-up

    Footplate

    1. Slidethehalfclampoverthefootplate

    hinge.

    2. Looselytightenthetwoflatscrewsthat

    securethefootplatetothehalfclamp.

    3. Adjustthefootplatestothene cessary

    angleanddepthfortheuser.Refertothe

    followingsectionsofthisprocedure.

    FIGURE 5.7 Installing Adjustable Angle

    Flip-up Footplate

    Adjusting Depth on Adjustable Angle Flip-Up

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.8onpage35.

    NOTE:Observetheangleofthearticulatingfootplateforreinstallation.

    1. Remove thetwoflatscrews,washersandlocknutsthatsecurearticulatingfootplateto

    thefootplatehinge.

    2. Movethearticulatingfootplatetooneoffourmountingpositions.

    NOTE:Ifdesireddepthisstillnot

    obtained,rotatethehalfclamponthefootplatehinge180

    o

    .

    3. Retightenthetwoflatscrews,washersandlocknuts.

    NOTE:Thesettingsforpositioningthearticulatingfootplatesonthehalf‐clampsmayvaryfor

    eachfootplate.

    Adjusting Angle on Adjustable Angle Flip-up Footplate

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.8onpage35.

    1. Loosen,butdonotremovethetwoflatscrewsandlocknutsthatsecurethefootplate

    tothefootplatehinge.

    2. Positiontheadjustableangleflip‐upfootplatetothedesiredangle.

    3. Retightenthetwoflatscrewsandlocknuts.

    Articulating

    Footplate

    Flat

    Screws

    Locknuts

    Washers

    Half

    Clamp

    90

    o

    Footrest

    Support

    Nylon

    Adjustment

    Screw

    Footplate

    Hinge

    Footplate

    Hinge

    Half

    Clamp

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    FIGURE 5.8 Adjusting Depth on Adjustable Angle Flip-Up - Adjusting Angle on Adjustable

    Angle Flip-up Footplate

    Adjusting Perpendicular and/or Inversion/Eversion Adjustable Angle

    Flip-up Footplate

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 5.9.

    NOTE:Itisnotnecessarytoremovethe

    footplatetoperformthisadjustment.

    1. Insertaflatheadscrewdriverthrough

    thehalfclampontheadjustableangle

    footplate.

    2. Slowlyturnthenylonadjustment

    screwinoroutuntiltheadjustable

    anglefootplateisperpendiculartothe

    footrestassemblyorthedesired

    inversionoreversionisobtained.

    FIGURE 5.9 Adjusting Perpendicular

    and/or Inversion/Eversion Adjustable Angle

    Flip-up Footplate

    Bilateral Contracture Platform Procedures

     WARNING

    The footrest assembly MUST be at least 1-3/4-inches above the ground/floor to

    avoid hitting protruding objects when using this wheelchair.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.10onpage36.

    Installing Bilateral Contracture Platform

    NOTE:Ifaseatingsystemisbeingusedonthechair,refertotheseatingsystemOwnerʹsManual

    forinstallationandremovaloftheseatingsystem.

    1. Remove theexistingseatingsystemfromthewheelchair,ifsoequipped.

    2. Remove existingfootrestfromthewheelchair.RefertoInstalling/Removing Front

    Riggingsonpage 30.

    3. Remove thetelescoping tubesfromthewheelchair.Referto

    Installing/Removing/AdjustingtheTelescopingFrontFrameTubes

    onpage 38.

    Footplate

    Footrest Support

    Front View of

    Footplate and

    Footrest

    Support

    Footrest

    Support

    Footplate

    Side View Of

    Footplate and

    Footrest

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    4. Securethebilateralcontractureplatformtotheseatframeinthemountingposition

    showninFIGURE 5.10withthemountingscrewsandwashersprovided.Securely

    tighten.

    5. Adjustthebilateralcontractureplatformtothedesiredheight,angleanddepth.Refer

    toAdjustingHeightofBilateralContracturePlatformonpage 36.

    6. Installendcapsonseatrail.

    Removing Bilateral Contracture Platform

    1. Remove themountingscrewsand

    washersthatsecurethebilateral

    contractureplatformtotheseatframe.

    2. Remove thebilateralcontracture

    platformfromthewheelchair.

    3. Remove theendcapsintheseatrails.

    4. Installtelescopingtubes.Referto

    Installing/Removing/Adjustingthe

    TelescopingFrontFrameTubeson

    page 38.

    5. Installdesiredfootrest.Referto

    Installing/RemovingFrontRiggingson

    page 30.

    FIGURE 5.10 Bilateral Contracture

    Platform Procedures

    Adjusting Height of Bilateral Contracture Platform

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.11onpage37.

    NOTE:Thebilateralcontractureplatformhassixheightadjustmentoptionswitharangeof

    11‐16‐inchesinheight.

    1. Remove themountingscrew,spacersandlocknutthatsecurethebilateralcontracture

    platformtotheuppersupport.

    2. Slidethebilateralcontractureplatformupordowntothenecessaryheight.

    3. Reinstallthemountingscrew,spacers,andlocknuts.

    4. Securelytightenthemountingscrewandlocknutthatsecurethecontractureplatform

    totheuppersupport.Repeatforoppositeplatform.

    Washer

    End Cap

    Upper

    Support

    Mounting

    Screw

    Seat

    Rail

    Mounting

    Screw

    Locknut

    Bilateral

    Contracture

    Platform

    Spacers

  • SECTION 5—FRONT RIGGINGS

    Part No. 1073955 37 Orbit

    FIGURE 5.11 Adjusting Height of Bilateral Contracture Platform

    Adjusting Bilateral Contracture Platform Angle

    1. Remove thetwomountingscrewsandlocknutsthatsecuretheuppersupportofthe

    bilateralcontractureplatformtotheangleadjustmentplates.

    2. Repositionthebilateralcontractureplatformtooneoffourpositionsdependingonthe

    angleneeded:

    NOTE:Holesnumberedfromthebottomofthewheelchairtowardsthetopofthewheelchairfor

    referenceonly.(Therearenonumbersonthewheelchairframe.)

    3. Reinstallthetwomountingscrewsandlocknutsthatsecuretheuppersupportofthe

    bilateralcontractureplatformtotheangleadjustmentplatesandsecurelytighten.

    NOTE:Iftheangleneededisstillnotobtainable,refertoAdjustingAngleonAdjustableAngle

    Flip‐upFootplateonpage 34.

    Adjusting Bilateral Contracture Platform Footplate Depth

    NOTE:RefertoAdjustingDepthonAdjustableAngleFlip‐Uponpage 34.

    Replacing Sector Block

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.12onpage38.

    1. Remove themountingscrewandwasherthatsecuretheexistingsectorblocktothe

    wheelchairframe.

    2. Withlockingpinfacingup,securethenewsectorblocktothewheelchairframewith

    theexistingmountingscrewandwasher .UseLoctite242

    ®

    andsecurelytighten.

    HOLE #

    1234

    ANGLE 60° 75° 90° 118°

    Upper

    Support of

    Bilateral

    Contracture

    Platform

    Hole #

    4

    3

    2

    1

    Angle

    Mounting

    Screw

    Locknuts

    Angle

    Adjustment

    Plate

    NOTE:Onemountingscrewremovedforclarity.

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    FIGURE 5.12 Replacing Sector Block

    Installing/Removing/Adjusting the Telescoping Front

    Frame Tubes

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.13onpage39.

    Installing/Removing Telescoping Front Frame Tubes

    1. Ifnecessary,removethebilateralcontractureplatformfromthewheelchair.Referto

    BilateralContracturePlatformProceduresonpage 35.

    2. Insertonetelescopingtubeintoseatrail.

    3. Adjusttooneofthreedepthpositions.

    4. Securewithmountingscrewandlocknut.

    5. RepeatSTEPS2‐3foroppositeseatrail.

    6. Toremove,performthefollowing:

    A. Removethemountingscrewandlocknutthatsecuresthetelescopingtubetothe

    seatrail.

    B. Removethetelescoping

    tubefromtheseatrail.

    Adjusting Telescoping Front Frame Tubes

    1. Remove themountingscrewandlocknutthatsecuresthetelescopingtubetotheseat

    rail.

    2. Adjusttelescopingtubetodesireddepth.

    3. Reinsertmountingscrewandsecurewithlocknut.

    4. Repeatforoppositetelescopingfrontframetube.

    Mounting

    Screw

    Washer

    Locking Pin

    Sector

    Block

    Wheelchair Frame

  • SECTION 5—FRONT RIGGINGS

    Part No. 1073955 39 Orbit

    FIGURE 5.13 Installing/Removing/Adjusting the Telescoping Front Frame Tubes

    Optional Footrest Accessories

    Replacing Heel Loop

    Composite Footplates

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.14.

    1. Remove themountingscrewandcovedwasherthatsecuresthelowerfootrest

    assemblytotheswingawayfootrestassembly.

    2. Remove thelowerfootrestassembly.

    3. Remove themountingscrewsandlocknutsthatsecuretheheellooptothefootrest.

    4. Slideexistingheelloopupandoffslidetube.

    5. Slidenewheelloopontoslidetube.

    6. ReverseSTEPS1‐4toreassemble.

    NOTE:Whensecuringtheheellooptothefootrestassembly,tightenthephillipsscrewandlocknut

    untilthespacerissecure.

    FIGURE 5.14 Replacing Heel Loop - Composite Footplates

    Telescoping

    Tube

    Locknut

    Mounting

    Screw

    Seat Rail

    Mounting screw/

    Coved Washer

    Locknut

    Spacer

    Mounting Screw

    Heel Loop

    Footplate

    Swingaway Footrest

    Assembly

    Slide

    Tube

    Lower Footrest

    Assembly

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    Adjustable Footplate

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 5.15.

    1. Remove thefourmountingscrewsandwashersthatsecuretheexistingheelloopto

    thefootplate.

    2. Positionthemountingholesofthenewheelloopwiththemountingholesinthe

    adjustablefootplate.

    3. Securethenewheellooptothefootplatewiththefourmountingscrewsandwashers.

    FIGURE 5.15 Replacing Heel Loop - Adjustable Footplate

    Washer

    Mounting

    Screws

    Mounting Screws

    Heel

    Loop

    Footplate

  • SECTION 6—ARMS

    Part No. 1073955 41 Orbit

    SECTION 6—ARMS

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    Installing the T-Arm Sockets

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.1.

    1. Remove therearwheelsfromthewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRear

    Wheelsonpage 61.

    2. PositiontheT‐armsocketandT‐armclamponthewheelchairframeasshownin

    FIGURE 6.1.

    NOTE:TheT‐armsocketmustbepositionedontheoutsideofthewheelchairframe.

    3. InstallthethreemountingscrewsandwashersthroughtheT‐armclamp,wheelchair

    frameandT‐armsocketandlooselytighten.

    4. TightenthemountingscrewsandwashersthatsecuretheT‐armmountingsocketto

    thewheelchairframeinthefollowingsequence:

    A. Middlemountingscrewandwasher .

    B. Thetwooutsidemountingscrewsandwashers.

    C. Torqueallthreemountingscrewsto156‐inchpounds.

    NOTE:Makesurethehexboltsar etorquedto156‐inchpounds,otherwisetheT‐armsocketswill

    becapableofrotatingaroundthewheelchairframe.

    NOTE:Ifdesired,lockingpinscanbeinstalledtosecuretheT‐armbracketstothewheelchair

    frame,asshowninFIGURE 6.1. 

    5. RepeatSTEPS2‐4fortheoppositesideofthewheelchair.

    6. InstalltheT‐armsintotheT‐armsockets.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐arms

    on

    page 42.

    FIGURE 6.1 Installing the T-Arm Sockets

    Wheelchair

    Frame

    Washers

    T-Arm Clamp

    Mounting

    Screws

    T-Arm

    Socket

    Optional Locking Pins

  • SECTION 6—ARMS

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    Installing/Removing the T-arms

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.2.

    Installing T-Arms

    1. PositiontheT‐armovertheT‐armsocketonthewheelchairframe.

    NOTE:Makesurethelockingleveristowardsthefrontofthewheelchair.

    2. SlidetheT‐armintotheT‐armsocketuntilthelockingleverisintheslotintheT‐arm

    socketandanaudibleʺclickʺisheard.

    3. PullupontheT‐armtomakesuretheT‐armislockedinplace.

    NOTE:IftheT‐armdoesnotslideintheT‐armsocketasdesired,adjusttheT‐armsocket.Referto

    AdjustingtheT‐Armsonpage 43.

    4. AdjusttheT‐armfordesiredheight,widthanddepth,ifnecessary.RefertoAdjusting

    theT‐Armsonpage 43.

    5. RepeatSTEPS1‐4fortheoppositesideofthewheelchair.

    Removing T-Arms

    1. PressinonthelockingleverandlifttheT‐armstraightupandoutoftheT‐armsocket.

    NOTE:IftheT‐armdoesnotslideupanddownintheT‐armsocketasdesired,adjusttheT‐arm

    socket.RefertoAdjustingtheT‐Armsonpage 43.

    2. RepeatSTEP1fortheoppositesideofthewheelchair.

    FIGURE 6.2 Installing/Removing the T-arms

    T-Arm

    Socket

    Slot

    Locking Lever

    (Towards the front of

    the wheelchair.)

    T-Arm

    Wheelchair

    Frame

  • SECTION 6—ARMS

    Part No. 1073955 43 Orbit

    Adjusting the T-Arms

    Adjusting T-Arm Height

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.3.

    1. UnlocktheT‐armbyflippingtheT‐armreleaselevertowardstheinsideofthe

    wheelchair.

    NOTE:Ifnecessary,pulloutontheT‐armreleaseleverandrotate180

    o

    soitcanbeflippedtowards

    theoutsideofthewheelchair.

    2. SlidetheinsideT‐armposttooneofthefollowing:

    •ForLowHeightT‐arms‐Ninepositions.

    •ForHighHeightT‐arms‐Sevenpositions.

    NOTE:IftheinsideT‐armpostdoesnotslideupanddownintheoutsideT‐armpostasdesired,

    performoneofthefollowing:

    •Tighten‐TighteningthesetscrewsontheoutsideT‐armpostwillmakeitharder

    tomovetheinsideT‐armpostupanddown.

    • Loosen‐LooseningthesetscrewsontheoutsideT‐armpostwillmakeiteasierto

    movetheinsideT‐armpostupanddown.

    3. LocktheT‐armbyflippingtheT‐armreleaselevertowardsthefrontofthewheelchair.

    FIGURE 6.3 Adjusting the T-Arms - Adjusting T-Arm Height

    Adjusting T-Arm Width

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.4onpage44.

    1. Remove thetwomountingscrewsthatsecurethearmpadtothearmtube.

    T-Arm Release

    Lever - Unlocked

    Position

    Inside

    T-Arm Post

    T-Arm Release Lever

    - Locked Position

    Outside T-Arm

    Post

    Set

    Screws

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    2. Rotatethearmpad180

    o

    andrepositionthearmpadonthearmtube.

    3. Re‐securethearmpadtothearmtubewiththetwomountingscrews.Securely

    tighten.

    4. RepeatSTEPS1‐3fortheoppositeside,ifnecessary.

    FIGURE 6.4 Adjusting the T-Arms - Adjusting T-Arm Width

    Adjusting T-Arm Depth

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.5onpage45.

    1. Remove thetwomountingscrewsthatsecurethearmpadtothearmtube.

    2. Remove thetwomountingscrewsthatsecurethearmtubetotheT‐armpost.

    3. RepositionthearmtubeontheT‐armpost:

    A. DeskLengthArms‐tooneofthreepositionsdependingonthedesiredarmpad

    depth.

    B. FullLengthArms‐tooneoffivepositionsdependingonthedesiredarmpad

    depth.

    NOTE:Additionalpositionsareobtainablebyturningthearmtube180

    o

    .

    4. Re‐securethearmtubetotheT‐armpostwiththetwomountingscrews.Securely

    tighten.

    5. Reattachthearmpadtothearmtubewiththetwomountingscrews.Securelytighten.

    6. RepeatSTEPS1‐5fortheoppositeside,ifnecessary.

    Mounting

    Screw

    Arm Tube

    Mounting

    Screw

    Arm Pad

  • SECTION 6—ARMS

    Part No. 1073955 45 Orbit

    FIGURE 6.5 Adjusting the T-Arms - Adjusting T-Arm Depth

    Adjusting T-Arm Sockets

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.6.

    1. Remove therearwheelsfromthewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRear

    Wheelsonpage 61.

    2. Remove thethreemountingscrewsandwashersthatsecuretheT‐armsocketand

    T‐armclamptothewheelchairframeandremovetheT‐armsocketfromthe

    wheelchair.

    3. Ifequippedwithoptionallockingpins,removethelockingpinsthatsecuretheT‐arm

    sockettothewheelchairframe.

    4. Loosen,butdonotremovethefourmountingscrewsandwashersthatsecurethe

    T‐armsockettogether.

    NOTE:TheT‐armsocketwilldisassembleifthefourmountingscrewsandwashersareremoved.

    5. SlidetheT‐armintotheT‐armsocketuntilthelockleverisintheslotintheT‐arm

    socketandanaudibleʺclickʺisheard.

    6. SqueezetheT‐armsockettogetheruntilthesocketisflushwiththeT‐arm.

    7. WhileholdingtheT‐armsockettogether,tightenthefourmountingscrewsand

    washerssecurely.

    8. PressinonthelockingleverandlifttheT‐armstraightupandoutoftheT‐armsocket.

    9. RepeatSTEPS5‐7,ifnecessaryuntiltheT‐armslidesintheT‐armsocketasdesired.

    10. ReinstalltheT‐armsocketontothewheelchair.RefertoInstallingtheT‐ArmSockets

    onpage 41.

    Arm Pad

    Mounting

    Screw

    (STEPS 1,5)

    T-Arm

    Post

    NOTE:Ifnecessary,

    turnarmtube180°to

    obtaintwopositions.

    Mounting Screw

    (STEPS 1,5)

    Mounting

    Screws

    (STEPS 2,4)

    Arm Tube

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    FIGURE 6.6 Adjusting the T-Arms - Adjusting T-Arm Sockets

    Adjusting the Transfer Assists and/or Side Guards

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.7onpage47.

    1. Remove theT‐armfromthewheelchair.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐armson

    page 42.

    2. Remove thetwobottommountingscrewsthatsecurethesideguardtothebottom

    clamp.

    3. Performoneofthefollowing:

    •SmallSideGuards‐Movethebottomclampuponeoftwomountingpositionsin

    thesideguard.

    • LargeSideGuards‐Movethebottomclampuponeofthreemountingpositions

    inthesideguard.

    *Mounting Screws

    and Washers

    (STEP 4)

    T-Arm

    Socket

    Locking Lever

    (STEP 8)

    T-Arm

    Optional Locking Pins

    (STEP 3)

    Mounting Screws

    (STEPS 2,7)

    Wheelchair Frame

    Washers

    (STEPS 2,7)

    T-Arm Clamp

    T-Arm Socket

    DETAIL “B”

    DETAIL “A”

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    Part No. 1073955 47 Orbit

    4. Re‐securethesideguardtothebottomclampwiththetwobottom mountingscrews.

    Securelytighten.

    5. InstalltheT‐armontothewheelchair.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐armson

    page 42.

    FIGURE 6.7 Adjusting the Transfer Assists and/or Side Guards

    Replacing the T-Arm Locking Lever

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.8onpage48.

    1. Remove theT‐armfromthewheelchair.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐armson

    page 42.

    2. Remove thephillipsboltandlocknutthatsecuretheexistinglockinglevertothe

    bottombracket.

    NOTE:Thelockingleverisspringloaded.Placeyourfreehandoverthelockinglevertoprevent

    thepartsfromspringingoffofthebottombracket.

    3. Remove theexistinglockingleverandspringfrom

    thebottombracket.

    NOTE:Inspectthespringforwearanddamage.Replaceifnecessary.

    4. PositionthespringonthebottombracketasshowninFIGURE 6.8.

    5. Positionthenewlockingleverontothespringandthebottombracket.

    NOTE:Makesurethetwoextendedendsofthespringareinsidethenotchin

    thelockinglever.

    6. Lineupthemountingholesinthenewlockinglever,springandbottombracket.

    Bottom Mounting

    Screws (STEPS 2,4)

    Bottom Clamp (STEPS 2,4)

    Transfer

    Assist

    Side

    Guard

    T-Arm

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     WARNING

    DO NOT over tighten the locknut that secures the locking lever to the bottom

    bracket. Over tightening this locknut will prevent the locking lever from operating

    properly, possibly causing injury.

    7. Installthephillipsboltandtightensecurelywiththelocknut.

    8. InstalltheT‐armontothewheelchair.RefertoInstalling/RemovingtheT‐armson

    page 42.

    FIGURE 6.8 Replacing the T-Arm Locking Lever

    Using/Installing/Adjusting Cantilever Arms

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.9onpage49.

    NOTE:Cantileverarmsareavailableonnon‐reclinermodelsonly.

    Using Catilever Arms

    1. Pulltheactuatorofthelockingmechanismtowardsthefrontofthewheelchair.

    2. Whileholdingtheactuatorofthelockingmechanism,pulluponthecantileverarm.

    NOTE:Ifnecessary,thelockingmechanisminthecantileverarmcanberepositionedsothe

    cantileverarmwillopendowninsteadofup.RefertoReplacing/RepositioningtheLocking

    MechanismintheCantileverArmonpage 50.

    3. Tolockthecantileverarm,pushdownuntilthereisanaudibleclick.

    4. Pulluponthecantileverarmtomakesureitislockedinplace.

    Bottom

    Bracket

    Phillips Bolt

    Locking

    Lever

    Spring

    Extended Ends

    Locknut

    Notch

  • SECTION 6—ARMS

    Part No. 1073955 49 Orbit

    Installing/Removing/Adjusting Catilever Arms

    NOTE:Toremove,reversethisprocedure.

    NOTE:Whenremovingthelocknutsandwashersfromthecantileverarmassembly,leavethetop

    mountingscrew,covedwashersandspacer(betweenadjustmentplateandcantileverarm)inplace.

    1. Slidethepartiallyassembledcantileverarmassemblywithmountinghardware

    throughthebackcane.Makesuretheadjustmentplateistowardstheinsideofthe

    wheelchair.

    NOTE:Thisincludestopmountingscrew,covedwashersandspacer(betweenadjustmentplate

    andcantileverarm).

    2. Slidethebottommountingscrew(withcovedwasher)throughtheadjustmentplate

    andbackcane.

    3. Securelytightenthecantileverarmtothewheelchairwithtwolocknutsandwashers.

    FIGURE 6.9 Using/Installing/Adjusting Cantilever Arms

    Locknuts

    Bottom

    Mounting

    Screw

    Coved

    Washers

    Back Cane

    Adjustment

    Plate

    Actuator

    Spacer

    Washers

    Cantilever Arm

    Top Mounting Screw

    and Coved Washer

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    Replacing/Repositioning the Locking Mechanism in the

    Cantilever Arm

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.10onpage50.

    CAUTION

    The locking mechanism is spring loaded. Place your free hand over the locking

    mechanism to prevent parts from springing out of the armrest.

    1. Movethecantileverarmupandoutoftheway.

    2. Unthreadtheactuatorfromthelockingmechanismandremove.

    3. Slowlyletthelockingmechanismandspringslideoutofthecantileverarm.

    NOTE:Inspectthespringforwearanddamage.Replaceifnecessary.

    4. Slidethenewlockingmechanismandspringintothecantileverarm.

    5. Positiontheangledportionofthelockingmechanisminoneoftwoways:

    •AngledPortionFacingUp‐Armwillflipup

    •AngledPortionFacingDown‐Armwillflipdown

    6. UseLoctite242andsecurelytightentheactuatorintothelockingmechanism.

    7. Tolockthecantileverarm,pushdown(orpullup)untilthereisanaudibleclick.

    8. Pullup(orpushdown)onthecantileverarmtomakesureitislockedinplace.

    FIGURE 6.10 Replacing/Repositioning the Locking Mechanism in the Cantilever Arm

    Angled Portion of

    Locking Mechanism

    Cantilever Arm

    Actuator

    (Apply Loctite 242)

    Spring

    Locking

    Mechanism

  • SECTION 6—ARMS

    Part No. 1073955 51 Orbit

    Replacing and Adjusting Arm Pad Depth for Cantilever

    Arms

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 6.11.

    Adjustment

    1. Remove themountingscrewfromtherearofthearmrestpadandself‐tapingscrewif

    fulllengtharmpads.

    2. Dependingonthedesiredarmpaddepth,repositionthecantileverslidetubetoone

    offivepositions fordesklengtharmpadsandintothefirstadjustmentholeforthefull

    lengtharmpads.

    3. Reattachthearmpad/cantileverslidetubetothearmtubewithexistinghardware.

    4. Repeatfortheoppositeside,ifnecessary.

    Replacement

    1. Remove themountingscrewsfromthearmrestpad.

    2. Replacewithnewarmrestpad.

    3. Securewithexistinghardware.

    FIGURE 6.11 Replacing and Adjusting Arm Pad Depth for Cantilever Arms

    Mounting Screw

    (Rear of Armrest Pad)

    Cantilever Slide Tube

    NOTE:Thismountingscrewonlyneedsto

    beremovedwhenarmrestpadisreplaced.

    NOTE:Onlythese

    AdjustmentHoles

    canbeused.

    Cantilever Arm

    Self-Tapping Screw

    Cantilever Slide Tube

    Mounting Screw

    (Rear of

    Armrest Pad)

    NOTE:Thismountingscrewonlyneedstobe

    removedwhenarmrestpadisreplaced.

    DETAIL “A” - DESK LENGTH ARM PADS

    DETAIL “B” - FULL LENGTH ARM PADS

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    SECTION 7—SEAT AND BACK

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    NOTE:Theproceduresinthissectionofthemanualapplytonon‐reclinerseatframesonlyexcept

    wherenoted.

    Replacing the Locking Mechanism in the Back Cane

    CAUTION

    The locking mechanism in the back canes is spring loaded. Slowly remove the back

    canes from the wheelchair to prevent the springs from being lost.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 7.1.

    1. Foldthebackcanesdownandoutoftheway.RefertoFolding/UnfoldingtheBack

    Canesonpage 56.

    2. Twisttheactuatorcounterclockwisetoremovefromthelockingmechanism.

    3. Slowlyletthelockingmechanismandspringslideoutofthebackcane.

    NOTE:Inspectthespringforwearanddamage.Replaceifnecessary.

    4. Slidethenewlockingmechanismandspringintothebackcane.

    5. Makesuretheangledendofthelockingmechanismispointinguptowardsthe

    lockingpinontheadjustmentplate.

    6. UseLoctite™242,onthreadsonly,andsecurelytightentheactuatorintothelocking

    mechanism.

    7. Unfoldthebackcanes.RefertoFolding/UnfoldingtheBackCanesonpage 56.

    FIGURE 7.1 Replacing the Locking Mechanism in the Back Cane

    Locking

    Mechanism

    Back Cane

    Actuator

    Spring

    Angled Portion of

    Locking

    Mechanism

  • SECTION 7—SEAT AND BACK

    Part No. 1073955 53 Orbit

    Installing Fixed Height Stroller Handles

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 7.2.

    1. Remove thebackcanegripandplugbuttonfromthebackcane.

    2. Slidethestrollerhandleintothebackcane.

    3. Alignthemountingholesofthestrollerhandleandthebackcane.

    4. Pressthebuttononthequick‐releasepinandinsertthequick‐releasepinthroughthe

    backcaneandstrollerhandle.

    5. RepeatSTEPS1‐4fortheoppositestrollerhandle.

    6. Pullonthestrollerhandletomakesureitislockedsecurelyinplace

    FIGURE 7.2 Installing Fixed Height Stroller Handles

    Installing/Removing/Adjusting the Adjustable Angle

    Stroller Handles

    NOTE:Strollerhandlesinstallinthesamemannerforreclinerandnon‐reclinermodels.

    Installing Adjustable Angle Stroller Handles

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 7.3onpage54.

    1. Remove thebackcanegripsandplugbuttonsfrombothbackcanes.

    NOTE:Plugbuttonsfoundonlyonrecliners.

    2. Slidetheadjustableheightstrollerhandleintothebackcanes.

    3. Alignthemountingholesoftheadjustableheightstrollerhandleandthebackcane.

    4. Secureadjustableheightstrollerhandletothebackcaneswiththetwomounting

    screwsprovided.Securelytighten.

    5. Ifnecessary,adjusttheheight.RefertoAdjustingAdjustableAngleStrollerHandles

    onpage 54.

    Quick-Release Pin

    Back Cane

    Stroller

    Handle

    Button

    Back Cane

    Grip (STEP 1)

    Plug Button

    (STEP 1)

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    Removing Adjustable Angle Stroller Handles

    1. Remove thetwomountingscrewsthatsecuretheadjustableheightstrollerhandleto

    thebackcanes.

    2. Remove theadjustableanglestrollerhandlefromthebackcane.

    3. Installbackcanegripsand/orplugbuttons.

    FIGURE 7.3 Installing Adjustable Angle Stroller Handles - Removing Adjustable Angle Stroller

    Handles

    Adjusting Adjustable Angle Stroller Handles

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 7.4onpage55.

    NOTE:Strollerhandlesadjustinthesamemannerforreclinerandnon‐reclinermodels.

    1. Flipbothreleaseleverstotheunlockedposition.

    2. Adjuststrollerhandletodesiredheight.

    3. Flipbothreleaseleverstothelockedposition.

    4. Pushdownonstrollerhandletoensure releaseleversholdthedesiredpositionofthe

    strollerhandle.

    5. IfreleaseleversDONOTholdtheposition,tightenthereleaseleverbyperformingthe

    following:

    A. Flipreleaselevertotheunlockedposition.

    B. Rotatethumbscrewclockwiseonerevolution.

    NOTE:Whentighteningthereleaselever,thereleaselevermustbeabletoclose

    completelyinto

    thelockedposition.Otherwise,thereleaseleverswillnotholdthedesiredangle

    C. Flipreleaselevertolockedposition.

    NOTE:Ifthereleaseleverdoesnotclosecompletelyintothelockedposition,rotatethe

    thumbscrewcounterclockwise1/2revolution.

    D. RepeatSTEPSA‐Cforoppositereleaselever.

    E. Pushdownonstrollerhandletoensurereleaseleversholdthedesiredpositionof

    thestrollerhandle.

    F. RepeatSTEPSA‐Euntilreleaseleversholdtheposition.

    Stroller Handle

    Mounting

    Screw

    Locknuts

    Back

    Canes

    Mounting

    Screw

    NOTE:Backcanegripsand

    plugbuttonsnotshownfor

    clarity.

  • SECTION 7—SEAT AND BACK

    Part No. 1073955 55 Orbit

    FIGURE 7.4 Adjusting Adjustable Angle Stroller Handles

    Removing/Installing the Spreader Bar

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 7.5onpage56.

    NOTE:Forremovingandinstallingthespreaderbaronthereclinerbackoption,refertoEngaging

    Tilt‐In‐Spaceonpage 70.

    NOTE:Makesurethespreaderbar isALWAYSattachedtothewheelchair.

    NOTE:Ifaseatingsystemisbeingusedonthechair,refertotheseatingsystemOwnerʹsManual

    forinstallationandremovaloftheseatingsystem.

    1. Remove theexistingseatingsystemfromthewheelchair,ifsoequipped.

    2. Separatebackassemblyfromthebackanglebracketsbyremovingthemounting

    screws,covedspacers,washers,andlocknuts.

    3. Ifnecessary,removethecantileverarmsfromthebackassembly.Referto

    Installing/Removing/AdjustingCatileverArms

    onpage 49.

    4. Remove thelockingmechanismsinthebackcanes.RefertoReplacing/Repositioning

    theLockingMechanismintheCantileverArmonpage 50.

    5. Loosen,butDONOTremovethetwosetscrewsthatsecuretheexistingspreaderbar

    tothebackcanes.

    6. Slidetheexistingspreaderbaroffofthetwobackcanes.

    7. Slidethenewspreaderbarontothebackcanes.

    NOTE:Makesurethespreaderbarispositionedonthebackcanessonottointerferewiththeback

    anglebrackets.

    8. Securelytightenthetwosetscrewsthatsecurethenewspreaderbartothebackcanes.

    9. Reinstallthecantileverarms,ifnecessary.RefertoInstalling/Removing/Adjusting

    CatileverArmsonpage 49.

    Back

    Cane

    Release Lever

    Locked Position

    Unlocked Position

    Stroller

    Handle

  • SECTION 7—SEAT AND BACK

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    CAUTION

    When reattaching back assembly, DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN! Back will not fold

    down properly. Tighten hardware until snug.

    10. Reattachbackassemblytothebackanglebracketwiththeexistingmountingscrews,

    spacers,washers,andlocknuts.DONOTovertighten.Wheelchairwillnotfold

    properly.Tightenuntilasnugfitisprovided.

    11. Reinstallthelockingmechanismsinthebackcanes.RefertoReplacing/Repositioning

    theLockingMechanismintheCantileverArmonpage 50.

    FIGURE 7.5 Removing/Installing the Spreader Bar

    Folding/Unfolding the Back Canes

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 7.6

    1. Tofoldbackcanes,liftuponactuator

    pinsandfoldbackcanesforward.

    2. Tounfoldbackcanes,pullbackcanes

    upuntilactuatorpinsarelockedin

    place.

    NOTE:Actuatorpinsarelockedinplacewhen

    anaudibleclickisheard.

    FIGURE 7.6 Folding/Unfolding the Back

    Canes

    Back Assembly

    Mounting

    Screw

    Coved

    Spacer

    Locknuts

    Washers

    Spreader

    Bar

    Set

    Screw

    Back Angle Bracket

    Coved

    Spacer

    Mounting

    Screw

    Actuator

    Pin

    Back

    Cane

  • SECTION 7—SEAT AND BACK

    Part No. 1073955 57 Orbit

    Installing/Removing a Seating System

    NOTE:Ifaseatingsystemisbeingusedonthewheelchair,refertoyourparticularseatingsystem

    manufacturerʹsOwnerʹsManualforinstallationandremovaloftheseatingsystem.

    Removing/Installing the Seat Pan

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 7.7.

    NOTE:Onlyperformthisprocedureifchangingtoanewseatpanoftheexactsamewidthand

    depth.

    Removing

    NOTE:Ifaseatingsystemisbeingusedonthewheelchair,refertoyourparticularseatingsystem

    manufacturerʹsOwnerʹsManualforinstallationandremovaloftheseatingsystem.

    1. Remove seatingsystemfromwheelchair.

    2. Remove thefourmountingscrewsthatsecuretheseatpantotheseatrails.

    3. Remove existingseatpananddiscard.

    Installing

    1. Positionthenewseatpanonseatrails.

    2. Securewiththeexistingfourmountingscrews.Securelytighten.

    3. Reinstallseatingsystemontowheelchair.

    FIGURE 7.7 Removing/Installing the Seat Pan

    Mounting Screws

    Seat Pan

    Seat Rail

  • SECTION 8—FRONT CASTERS

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    SECTION 8—FRONT CASTERS

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    CAUTION

    DO NOT overtighten hardware attaching to the frame. Damage to components

    may occur.

    Replacing/Installing Front Caster Assemblies

     WARNING

    The seat height, seat depth, back angle, pivot point of seat frame, seating system, caster

    position, size and position of the rear wheels, as well as the user condition directly relate

    to the stability of the wheelchair. Any change to one or any combination of the nine

    may cause the wheelchair to decrease in stability. These adjustments MUST be

    performed by a qualified technician.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 8.1.

    1. Remove themountingscrew,spacersandlocknutthatsecurethefrontcastertothe

    fork.

    2. Remove thefrontcasterfromthefork.

    NOTE:Ifreplacingafrontcasteronasixoreightinchfrontfork,notethemountingpositionof

    theexistingfrontcasterforinstallationofthenewfrontcaster.

    NOTE:Ifrepositioningfrontcastersonasixoreightinchfrontfork,Invacarerecommendsthat

    thisprocedurebeperformedbyanauthorizedInvacaredealerorqualifiedtechnician.

    3. ReplacefrontcasterandreverseSTEPS1‐2.

    FIGURE 8.1 Replacing/Installing Front Caster Assemblies

    Mounting

    Screw

    Fork

    Spacer

    Front Caster

    Locknut

    Spacer

  • SECTION 8—FRONT CASTERS

    Part No. 1073955 59 Orbit

    Replacing Front Fork

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 8.2.

    1. Remove thefrontcasterassembliesfromthewheelchair.RefertoReplacing/Installing

    FrontCasterAssembliesonpage 58.

    2. Remove thedustcover.

    3. Remove thelocknutandnylonwasher .

    4. Droptheexistingforkoutofthecasterheadtube.

    5. Slidethenewforkintothecasterheadtube.

    NOTE:Checkbearingassembliesandreplaceifnecessary.

    6. Ensurethatforkslidescompletelyintothecasterheadtube.

     WARNING

    Improper positioning of the washer will prohibit the free movement of the forks and

    may result in injury to the user.

    7. Installnylonwasherandsecurewithlocknut.

    8. Reinstallthefrontcasterassembliesontothewheelchair.RefertoReplacing/Installing

    FrontCasterAssembliesonpage 58.

    9. Toproperlytightencasterjournalsystemandguardagainstflutter,performthe

    followingcheck:

    A. Tipfrontofwheelchairofffloor.

    B. Pivotforksandcasterstotopof

    theirarcsimultaneously.

    C. Letcastersdroptobottomofarc

    (wheelsshouldswingonceto

    one‐side,thenimmediatelyrestina

    straight

    downwardposition).

    D. Adjustlocknutsaccordingto

    freedomofcasterswing.

    E. Testwheelchairfor

    maneuverability.

    10. Reinstalldustcover.

    FIGURE 8.2 Replacing Front Fork

    Locknut

    Nylon

    Washer

    Caster Fork

    Assembly

    Washer

    NOTE:Five‐inchfrontcastershownonly

    forclarity.

    Dust Cover

    Caster

    Headtube

  • SECTION 8—FRONT CASTERS

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    60 Part No. 1073955

    Adjusting Caster Headtubes

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 8.3.

    NOTE:Casterheadtubesthatareperpendiculartothefloorwillrollbetter,trackstraighterand

    minimizeanyʺ3‐wheelingʺofthewheelchair.

    1. Makesurethewheelchairisonaflatsurface.

    2. Loosen,butdonotremovethetopmountingscrewandlocknut,whichholdsthe

    adjustmentcaminplace,andsecuresthecasterheadtubetotheheadtubemounting

    plate.

    3. PositionalargerighttriangleorʺLʺsquareontheflatsurfaceandagainstthecaster

    headtube.

    4. Movethecasterheadtubebackandforthuntilthecasterheadtubeisperpendicularto

    theground/floor.

    5. Whileholdingthecasterheadtubeperpendiculartotheground/floor,securelytighten

    thetopmountingscrewsecuringtheadjustmentcaminplacetotheheadtube

    mountingplate.

    6. Makesurethecasterheadtubeisstillperpendiculartotheground/floorbyplacingthe

    largerighttriangleorʺLʺsquareontheflatsurfaceandagainstthecasterheadtube.

    7. Securelytightenthebottommountingscrewandlocknutthatsecurethecaster

    headtubetotheheadtubemountingplate.

    FIGURE 8.3 Adjusting Caster Headtubes

    "L" Square

    Caster Headtube

    Caster/Fork

    Adjustment Cam

  • SECTION 9—REAR WHEELS

    Part No. 1073955 61 Orbit

    SECTION 9—REAR WHEELS

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    Removing/Installing Rear Wheels

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 9.1onpage62.

    Quick-Release Axles

    1. Pushinthedetentpin(tip)ofthequick‐releaseaxle.

    2. Whileholdingtherearwheel,pullthequick‐releaseaxleoutoftheaxlebushing.

    3. Pushinthetipofthequick‐releaseaxleagainandpullthequick‐releaseaxleoutofthe

    rearwheel.

    4. RepeatSTEPS1‐3fortheoppositerearwheel.

    5. Toreinstalltherearwheelontotheaxlemountingplate,reverseSTEPS1‐3.

     WARNING

    Make sure the detent pin and locking pins of the quick-release axle are fully released

    before operating the wheelchair.

    The locking pins MUST be protruding past the inside of the rear wheel axle bushing

    for a positive lock.

    Keep locking pins clean.

    6. Ifthelockingpinsarenotprotrudingpasttheinsideoftheaxlebushingorthereistoo

    muchmovementoftherearwheelassemblyinabackandforthposition,referto

    AdjustingtheQuick‐ReleaseAxle

    onpage 62.

    NOTE:Duringcontactactivities,Invacarerecommendsinsertingquick‐releaseaxleswiththe

    detentpin(tip)totheinsideofthewheelchairtopreventaccidentalrelease.

    Permanent Axles

    1. Remove themountingscrewandlocknutthatsecuretherearwheeltotheaxle

    mountingplate.

    2. Looselyinstallthelocknutontothemountingscrew.

    3. RepeatSTEPS1‐2fortheoppositerearwheel.

    NOTE:Whenreinstallingrearwheels,securelytightenthelocknuts.

    4. Toreinstalltherearwheelsontotheaxlemountingplate,

    reverseSTEPS1‐2.

  • SECTION 9—REAR WHEELS

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    FIGURE 9.1 Removing/Installing Rear Wheels

    Adjusting the Quick-Release Axle

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 9.2.

    1. Remove rearwheelandquick‐releaseaxlefromthewheelchair.Referto

    Removing/InstallingRearWheelsonpage 61.

    2. Depressdetentpin(tip)inthequick‐releaseaxleandslideaxlethroughthewheelhub.

    3. Releasedetentpinensuringthatthelockingpinsarefullyreleased.

    4. Increaseordecreaseendplaybyadjustingthelocknutontheendofthequick‐release

    axle.

     WARNING

    Make sure the detent pin and locking

    pins of the quick-release axle are fully

    released before operating the

    wheelchair.

    Keep locking pins clean.

    5. Reinstallrearwheelontowheelchair.

    RefertoRemoving/InstallingRear

    Wheelsonpage 61.

    FIGURE 9.2 Adjusting the Quick-Release

    Axle

    Axle Mounting

    Plate

    DETAIL “A” -

    QUICK-RELEASE

    AXLE

    Quick-Release Axle

    Axle

    Bushing

    Rear Wheel

    Head

    End

    DETAIL “B” -

    PERMANENT

    AXLE

    Axle Mounting Plate

    Mounting Screw

    Locknut

    Axle Bushing

    Locking

    Pins

    Axle

    Mounting

    Plate

    Quick-Release Axle

    Locknut

    Detent

    Pin

    Wheel Hub

  • SECTION 9—REAR WHEELS

    Part No. 1073955 63 Orbit

    Replacing Handrims

    Non-Projection Handrims

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 9.3.

    NOTE:Thefollowingprocedureswillworkforanytypeofprojectionhandrim.

    Removing Non-Projection Handrims

    1. Remove rearwheelfromthewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheelson

    page 61.

    2. Remove thebuttonscrewsthatsecurethehandrimtotherearwheelandremove

    handrim.

    Installing Non-Projection Handrims

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    1. Installthenewhandrimontorearwheel.

    2. Securehandrimtorearwheelwithbuttonscrews.

     WARNING

    Make sure detent pin and locking pins of the quick-release axles are fully released

    before operating the wheelchair.

    3. Reinstallrearwheelontothewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheels

    onpage 61.

    4. Ifthelockingpinsofthequick‐releaseaxlesarenotprotrudingpasttheinsideofthe

    axlebushingorthereistoomuchmovementoftherearwheelassemblyinabackand

    forthposition,refertoAdjustingtheQuick‐ReleaseAxleonpage 62.

    5. Repeatprocedureforoppositerearwheel,ifnecessary.

    FIGURE 9.3 Replacing Handrims - Non-Projection Handrims

    Projection Handrims

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 9.4onpage64.

    NOTE:Thefollowingprocedureswillworkforanytypeofprojectionhandrim.

    Handrim

    Composite Rear

    Wheels

    Button

    Screw

  • SECTION 9—REAR WHEELS

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    64 Part No. 1073955

    Installing Projection Handrims

    1. Ifnecessary,removerearwheelsfromthewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/Installing

    RearWheelsonpage 61.

    2. Ifnecessary,removetheexistinghandrimfromtherearwheel.RefertoReplacing

    Handrimsonpage 63.

    3. Usingthelongscrews,assemblethelinkstotheprojectionhandrim.

    4. Positiononelinkwithoneofthemountingholesintherearwheel.

    5. Installashortscrewthroughthelinkandtherearwheelandlooselytightenwith

    washerandlocknut.

    6. RepeatSTEPS3‐4foronelinkontheoppositesideoftherearwheel.

    NOTE:Thelinkswillattachtotherearwheelatanapproximate45

    o

    angleinthesamedirection.

    7. RepeatSTEPS3‐4fortheremaininglinks.

    8. Securelytightenthewashersandlocknutsthatsecuretheprojectionhandrimtothe

    rearwheel.

    9. Reinstallrearwheelontothewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheels

    onpage 61.

    10. Ifthelockingpinsofthequick‐releaseaxlesarenotprotrudingpasttheinsideofthe

    axlebushingorthereistoomuchmovementoftherearwheelassemblyinabackand

    forthposition,refertoAdjustingtheQuick‐ReleaseAxleonpage 62.

    11. Repeattheprocedurefortheoppositerearwheel.

    Removing Projection Handrims

    1. Remove therearwheelfromthewheelchair.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRear

    Wheelsonpage 61.

    2. Remove theshortscrewsandlocknutsthatsecurethelinksofthehandrimtotherear

    wheel.

    FIGURE 9.4 Replacing Handrims - Projection Handrims

    Locknut

    Long Screw

    Short Screw

    Composite Rim

    Washer

    Link

    Projection

    Handrim

    Projection

    Handrim

    Links at an approximate 45

    o

    Angle in the same direction

  • SECTION 10—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL LOCKS

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    SECTION 10—ANTI-TIPPERS/WHEEL

    LOCKS

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    Foot Activated Wheel Lock Procedures

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 10.1onpage66.

    Installing/Removing Foot Activated Wheel Locks

    NOTE:Footactivatedwheellockscanonlybeusedwith12‐inchrearwheels.

    1. Remove therearwheels.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheelsonpage 61.

    2. Remove existingwheellocks.RefertoInstalling/RemovingHandActiva tedWheel

    Locksonpage 66.

    3. Remove thetwosetscrewsthatsecurethetwohalvesofthewheellockclamp

    together.

    4. Positionclampontolowertubeofwheelchairframenearverticaltubeofthe

    wheelchairframe.Reinstallsetscrews.Looselytighten.

    5. RepeatSTEPS1‐2foroppositeclamp.

    6. Alignthesliderbars,ofthefootactivatedwheellockassembly,withtheclampsonthe

    lowertubeofwheelchair.

    7. Pushsliderbarscompletelyforwardintoclamps.

    NOTE:Theclampsofthewheellockmayneedtoberepositionedforwardtoaccommodate

    reinstallationoftherearwheels.

    8. Reinstalltherearwheels.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheels

    onpage 61.

    9. Adjustthepositionofthewheellock.RefertoAdjustingtheWheelLockonpage 67.

    Using Foot Activated Wheel Locks

    1. Toengage,pushdownoncrossbarofwheellockassembly.

    2. Todisengage,liftuponcrossbarorreleaselever.

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    FIGURE 10.1 Foot Activated Wheel Lock Procedures

    Hand Activated Wheel Lock Procedures

    Installing/Removing Hand Activated Wheel Locks

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 10.3onpage67.

    1. Remove thefootactivatedwheellock.

    RefertoInstalling/RemovingFoot

    ActivatedWheelLocksonpage 65.

    2. Dooneofthefollowing:

    •For12‐inchRearWheels:Position

    thewheellockassemblyonthe

    LOWERtubeoftheframe.

    •For20,22,or24‐inchRearWheels:

    Positionthewheellockassemblyon

    theuppertubeofframe.

    3. Looselytightenthetwosocketscrews

    thatsecurethewheellockstothe

    wheelchairframe.

    4. Adjustthewheellocks.Referto

    AdjustingtheWheelLock

    onpage 67.

    5. Toremovethewheellocks,unthread

    thesocketscrewsandremovewheel

    lockfromthewheelchairframe.

    FIGURE 10.2 Installing/Removing Hand

    Activated Wheel Locks

    Set Screws

    Wheel Lock

    Clamp

    Wheelchair

    Frame

    Wheel Lock

    Clamp

    Crossbar

    Lower Tube of

    Wheelchair

    Frame

    Vertical Tube

    Release

    Lever

    Slider

    Bar

    Foot Activated

    Wheel Lock

    Assembly

    NOTE:AportionoftheReleaseLeveriscut

    awaytoshowabetterviewofthesliderbar.

    12-inch Rear

    Wheel

    20, 22, 24-inch

    Rear Wheel

    Socket

    Screws

    Hand

    Activated

    Wheel

    Lock

    Lower Tube

    of Frame

    Upper Tube

    of Frame

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    Engaging/Disengaging Hand

    Activated Wheel Locks

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 10.3.

    1. Pushhandleforwardawayfromtireto

    engagewheellocks.

    2. Pullhandlebacktowardtireto

    disengagewheellocks.

    3. Only12‐inchrearwheelshownfor

    clarity.

    FIGURE 10.3 Hand Activated Wheel Lock

    Procedures

    Adjusting the Wheel Lock

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 10.4onpage68.

    NOTE:Beforeadjustingthewheellockassemblies,ensurethatthetiresareinflatedtothe

    recommendedP.S . I . onthesidewallofthetire.

    1. Loosenthetwosocketscrewsthatsecurethewheellockassemblytothewheelchair

    frame.

    NOTE:Anywheellockadjustmentshouldembedthewheellockshoeatleast3/16‐inchintothe

    tirewhenengaged.

    2. Adjustthepositionofwheellockuntilthe3/16‐inchmeasurementisobtainedfor

    correctwheellockadjustment.

    3. Securelytightenthetwosocketscrews.

    4. Repeatprocedureforoppositewheellock.

    5. Engagethewheellockandpushagainstthewheelchairanddetermineifthewheel

    lockengagesthewheellockshoeenoughtoholdthewheelchair.

    6. RepeattheSTEPS1‐5untilthewheellockholdsthewheelchair.

    Engage

    Disengage

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    FIGURE 10.4 Adjusting the Wheel Lock

    Installing Anti-Tippers

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 10.5.

    NOTE:A1/2‐inchclearancebetweenthebottomoftheanti‐tipperwheelsandthefloorMUSTbe

    maintainedatalltimes

    1. Remove theanti‐tippersfromaccessorycarton.

     WARNING

    Anti-tippers MUST be fully engaged and

    release buttons fully protruding out of

    adjustment holes.

    2. Pressthereleasebuttonsinandinsert

    theanti‐tippersintotherearframe

    tubinguntilthebuttonslockinplace. FIGURE 10.5 Installing Anti-Tippers

    DETAIL “A” - HAND ACTIVATED WHEEL LOCK

    Socket

    Screws

    Wheel Lock

    Wheel lock shoe

    embedded into

    rear wheel tire at

    least 3/16-inch

    Rear Wheel

    12-inch

    Rear

    Wheel

    20, 22,

    24-inch Rear

    Wheel

    DETAIL “B” - FOOT ACTIVATED WHEEL LOCK

    Wheel lock shoe

    embedded into

    rear wheel tire at

    least 3/16-inch

    Rear Wheel

    Wheel Lock

    Release

    Button

    Wheelchair

    Frame

    Anti-Tipper

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    Adjusting Anti-Tippers

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 10.6.

    NOTE:Theanti‐tippersmustmaintaina1‐1/2to2‐inchclearancebetweenthebottomofthe

    anti‐tipperwheelsandthefloor.

    1. Depressthereleasebuttononthewheeledportionoftheanti‐tipperandslideit

    up/downtoachievethe1‐1/2to2‐inchclearance.

     WARNING

    Anti-tippers MUST be fully engaged and release buttons fully protruding out of

    adjustment holes.

    2. Checktomakesurethatthereleasebuttonsarefullyengagedinadjustmentholesand

    1‐1/2to2‐inchclearanceismaintained.

    FIGURE 10.6 Adjusting Anti-Tippers

    Anti-Tipper

    Release

    Button

    Wheelchair Frame

    Choose one of three

    positions to maintain

    1-1/2 to 2-inch

    clearance

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    SECTION 11—RECLINER

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    Engaging Tilt-In-Space

     WARNING

    After ANY adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise, injury may result.

    ALWAYS make sure that the wheelchair is stable before using the tilt-in-space

    and/or recline option.

    Make sure the occupant of the wheelchair is properly positioned in the wheelchair

    before using the tilt-in-space, reclining or inclining (reverse recline) to maintain

    maximum stability and safety. Refer to Safety/Handling of Wheelchairs on page 16.

    The Orbit wheelchair MUST be operated by an Assistant when in any tilt or

    reclined position.

    Always engage both wheel locks while using the tilt-in-space, reclining or inclining

    (reverse recline) the wheelchair.

    ALWAYS wear your seat positioning strap. Inasmuch as the seat positioning strap is an

    option on this wheelchair (you may order with or without the seat positioning strap),

    Invacare strongly recommends ordering the seat positioning strap as an additional

    safeguard for the wheelchair user. The seat positioning strap is a positioning belt only. It

    is not designed for use as a safety device withstanding high stress loads such as auto or

    aircraft safety belts. If signs of wear appear, belt must be replaced immediately.

    The seat positioning strap is a positioning belt only. It is not designed for use as a

    safety device withstanding high stress loads such as auto or aircraft safety belts. If

    signs of wear appear, seat positioning strap MUST be replaced immediately.

    DO NOT use the release pedal of the tilt mechanism to gain leverage in tipping the

    wheelchair. The release pedal was not designed to be used in this manner and may

    cause injury to the assistant and/or user or damage to the wheelchair.

    Both gas cylinders MUST be operational and adjusted properly before using

    recliner. DO NOT operate the recliner option if only one of the gas cylinders is

    operational or adjusted properly.

    Pinch Points exist between spreader bar and gas cylinders. Use caution, otherwise

    injury may occur.

    When returning the occupant of the wheelchair to the full upright position, more

    body strength will be required for approximately the last twenty degrees of incline

    (reverse recline). Make sure to use proper body mechanics (use your legs) or seek

    assistance to avoid injury.

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     WARNING

    Before using the recliner option, make sure the anti-tipper wheel assemblies are in

    the lowest adjustment hole (adjustment hole closest to the ground/floor.)

    Before using ANY recline position of this wheelchair, make sure the rear wheels are

    in the most rearward position to maintain the stability of the wheelchair.

    The seat height, seat depth, back angle, pivot point of seat frame, seating system,

    caster position, size and position of the rear wheels, as well as the user condition

    directly relate to the stability of the wheelchair. Any change to one or any combina-

    tion of the nine may cause the wheelchair to decrease in stability. These adjustments

    MUST be performed by an authorized Invacare dealer or qualified technician.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 11.1onpage72.

    NOTE:TiltandReclineCombinations:

    •Reclineisatermusedtodefinetheanglebetweentheseatpanandtheback.

    •Tiltisatermusedtodefinetheanglebetweentheseatpanandtheground/floor.

    1. Placethewheelchaironaleve lsurface.

    2. Engagebothwheellocks.RefertoHandActivatedWheelLockProceduresonpage 66

    orFootActivatedWheelLockProceduresonpage 65.

    3. Disengagethelockingmechanismonthereleasepedal.

    4. Informtheoccupantofthewheelchairthatthewheelchairisabouttobetiltedand

    remindthemtoleanback.

    5. Standbehindthewheelchairandapplypressuretothereleasepedal.

    6. Slowly,pullbackonthebackcanesorstrollerhandlewhilesteppingonthereleasepedal.

    7. Whentheseatreachesthedesiredangle,slowlyrelievethepressureontherelease

    pedal.

    8. Engagethelockingmechanismonthereleasepedal.

    9. Disengagewheellocksbeforeattemptingtomovewheelchair.RefertoHand

    ActivatedWheelLockProceduresonpage 66orFootActivatedWheelLock

    Proceduresonpage 65.

    10. Reclinethewheelchairifnecessary.RefertoEngagingTilt‐In‐Spaceonpage 70.

    Adjustment Hole Closest

    to the Ground/Floor

    Most Rearward

    Position

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    FIGURE 11.1 Engaging Tilt-In-Space

    Operating Recliner

     WARNING

    Pinch Points exist between spreader bar and gas cylinders. Use caution, otherwise

    injury may occur.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 11.2onpage73.

    1. Makesurethewheelchairisonalevelsurface.

    2. Engagethewheellocks.RefertoHandActivatedWheelLockProceduresonpage 66

    orFootActivatedWheelLockProceduresonpage 65.

    3. Informtheoccupantofthewheelchairthatthewheelchairisabouttobereclined.

    4. Standbehindthewheelchairandgraspthestrollerhandlefirmly.

    5. Pulluponthehandlesofthereclinercableassembliestoactivatethegascylinders.

    6. Slowly,squeezethehandlesofthereclinercableassembliesandallowthebackto

    reclinetothedesiredangle.

    Locked Position

    (ENGAGED)

    Unlocked Position

    (DISENGAGED)

    Release

    Pedal

    Wheelchair

    Frame

    NOTE:Illustrationdepictstwocablesfordualtiltmechanisms.Lockingmechanismengages/dis

    e

    inthesamemannerforsingletiltmechanism.

    Non-recliner Models

    Recliner Models

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    7. Whenthebackreachesdesiredangle,slowlyreleasethehandlesofthereclinercable

    assemblies.

    8. Toreturnthebacktothefulluprightposition,reversetheabovestepskeepinginmind

    properbodymechanics.

    9. Doonefollowing:

    A. Disengagethewheellocks.RefertoHandActivatedWheelLockProcedureson

    page 66orFootActivatedWheelLockProceduresonpage 65.

    B. Tiltthewheelchair,ifnecessary.RefertoEngagingTilt‐In‐Spaceonpage 70.

    FIGURE 11.2 Operating Recliner

    Adjusting Limit Stops of the Tilt Mechanism

    Adjusting Anterior (Forward) Limit Stops

     WARNING

    Anterior (forward) tilt is a feature of this wheelchair designed for the use of a

    healthcare professional or assistant only. Repositioning of the anterior (forward)

    limit stop must NEVER be performed by the wheelchair user. When anterior

    (forward) tilt is needed, it must ALWAYS be repositioned by a healthcare

    professional or assistant.

    DO NOT operate the wheelchair when the seat frame is in the anterior (forward)

    tilt position (seat frame is at approximately 10

    o

    forward tilt). Serious bodily injury

    may occur to the patient and the assistant(s).

    Stroller

    Handle

    Handle

    Gas

    Cylinder

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    Adjusting Posterior (Rearward)

    Limit Stops

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,referto

    FIGURE 11.3

     WARNING

    Contact a healthcare professional or

    assistant for allowable tilt angles that

    are suitable for the occupant.

    1. Engagebothwheellocks.

    2. Tiltwheelchairtodesiredposition.

    3. Loosenthesetscrewsthatsecurethe

    limitstopinplace.

    4. Positionlimitstopflushagainsttopof

    cylinder(s).

    5. Retightenthesetscrews.Securely

    tighten.

    6. Ifapplicable,repeatforothertilt

    mechanism.

    FIGURE 11.3 Adjusting Limit Stops of the

    Tilt Mechanism - Adjusting Posterior

    (Rearward) Limit Stops

    Replacing Upholstery (Recliner Models Only)

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 11.4onpage75.

    Replacing the Back Upholstery

    1. Remove thetenphillipsscrews(dependingonbackheight)thatsecuretheback

    upholsterytothebackcanes.

    2. Remove existingbackupholsteryfrombackcanes.

    3. Installnewbackupholsteryontothebackcanes.

    4. Installthetenphillipsscrews(dependingonbackheight)thatsecuretheback

    upholsterytothereclinerbackcanes.

    Replacing the Headrest Upholstery

    1. Remove thesixphillipsscrewsthatsecuretheheadrestupholsterytotheheadrest

    extensions.

    2. Remove theexistingheadrestupholsteryfromtheheadrestextensions.

    3. Installthenewheadrestupholsteryontotheheadrestextensions.

    4. Installthesixphillipsscrewsthatsecuretheheadrestupholsterytotheheadrest

    extensions.

    NOTE:Whenanterior

    (forward)tiltisneeded,it

    mustalwaysberepositioned

    byahealthcareprofessional

    orassistant.

    Posterior (Rearward)

    Limit Stop

    Anterior (Forward)

    Limit Stop

    Set

    Screw

  • SECTION 11—RECLINER

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    FIGURE 11.4 Replacing Upholstery (Recliner Models Only)

    Adjusting the Back Height - Recliner Models Only

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 11.5.

    1. Ifnecessary,removetherearwheels.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheelson

    page 61.

    2. Remove thetwomountingscrewsandlocknutsthatsecuretheseatadjustmentplates

    totheseatrail.Repeatforoppositeside.

    3. RefertoFIGURE 11.5todeterminetheseatadjustmentplatemountingpositionforthe

    correspondingseatcushionheight.

    4. PositiontheseatadjustmentplatesontheseatrailsatthepositiondeterminedinSTEP

    3.

    5. Securetheseatadjustmentplatestotheseatrailwiththetwoexistingmounting

    screws.Repeatforoppositeside.

    6. Securelytightenmountingscrews.

    7. Ifnecessary,reinstalltherearwheels.RefertoRemoving/InstallingRearWheelson

    page 61.

    FIGURE 11.5 Adjusting the Back Height - Recliner Models Only

    Phillips

    Screws

    Back Cane

    Headrest

    Extension

    Back

    Upholstery

    Headrest Upholstery

    Washers

    Locknuts

    Mounting

    Screws

    3-inch Seat

    Cushion Position

    2-inch Seat

    Cushion Position

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    SECTION 12—TRANSPORT READY

    OPTION

     WARNING

    Contact Invacare Corporation (800-333-6900) with any questions about using this

    wheelchair for seating in a motor vehicle.

    When feasible, wheelchair occupants should transfer into the vehicle seat and use

    the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) vehicle-installed restraint system.

    This wheelchair has been dynamically tested in a forward-facing mode with the

    specified crash test dummy restrained by both pelvic and upper-torso belt(s)

    (shoulder belts), and that BOTH pelvic and upper torso belt(s) should be used to

    reduce the possibility of head and chest impacts with vehicle components.

    Use ONLY Wheelchair Tie-down and Occupant Restraint Systems (WTORS) which

    meet the requirements of the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) J2249

    Recommended Practice during travel in a motor vehicle.

    This wheelchair MUST be in a forward facing position during travel in a motor

    vehicle.

    This wheelchair is equipped, and has been dynamically tested to rely on wheelchair-

    anchored pelvic belts. if desired, vehicle-anchored pelvic belts may be used.

    It is strongly recommended that both pelvic and upper-torso belt(s) be used to

    reduce the risk of injury.

    To reduce the potential of injury to vehicle occupants, wheelchair-mounted

    accessories, including but not limited to IV poles, trays, respiratory equipment,

    backpacks, and other personal items should be removed and secured separately.

    Postural supports, positioning devices, and/or strap(s) should not be relied on for

    occupant restraint. These items may be used in addition to the wheelchair-

    anchored or vehicle-anchored belts.

    DO NOT alter or substitute wheelchair frame parts, components, or seating

    systems.

    A sudden stop and/or collision may structurally damage your wheelchair.

    Wheelchairs involved in such incidents should be replaced.

    Transport ready packages are not retrofittable to existing models and are not field

    serviceable.

    Only use the transport brackets included with TRRO for the purposes described in

    this manual.

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    About Transport Ready Packages

    TRROincludesfourfactory‐installedtransportbracketsandawheelchairanchored

    pelvicbelt.TRROhasbeencrash‐testedinaccordancewithANSI/RESNAWCVol1

    Section19FrontalImpactTestrequirementsforwheelchairswitha168lbcrashdummy,

    whichcorrespondstoapersonwithaweightof114to209lbs.

    Asofthisdate,theDepartmentofTransportationhasnotapprovedanytie‐downsystems

    fortransportationofauserwhileinawheelchair,inamovingvehicleofanytype.Itis

    Invacare’spositionthatusersofwheelchairsshouldbetransferredintoappropriate

    seatinginvehiclesfortransportationandusebemadeoftherestraintsmadeavailableby

    theautoindustry.Invacarecannotanddoesnotrecommendanywheelchair

    transportationsystem.

    Compliance Information

    ThiswheelchairconformswiththerequirementsoftheANSI/RESNAWC/Vol.1‐Section

    19.5.3(FrontalImpactTest).

    NOTE:ANSI=AmericanNationalStandardsInstitute,RESNA=RehabilitationEngineering

    andAssistiveTechnologySocietyofNorthAmerica.

    Thiswheelchairhasbeendynamicallytestedinaforward‐facingmodewiththespecified

    crashtestdummy,whichcorrespondstoapersonwithaweightof114‐209pounds,

    restrainedbyBOTHpelvicandshoulderbeltsinaccordancewithANSI/RESNAWCVol

    1Section19.5.3.BOTHpelvicanduppertorsobeltsshouldbeusedtoreducethe

    possibilityofheadandchestimpactswithvehiclecomponents.

    Specifications

    Onlywheelchairswhich fitinthefollowingsizerangesshouldbeoccupiedinamotor

    vehicle:

    •12‐inchesto22‐incheswide

    •12‐inchesto22‐inchesdeep

    Weight Limit

    MODEL WHEELCHAIR WEIGHT LIMIT

    Orbit Up to 150 pounds

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    Securing the Wheelchair to the Vehicle

    Positioning the Wheelchair in the Vehicle

     WARNING

    This wheelchair must be in a forward facing position during travel in a motor

    vehicle.

    The recommended clear zones for wheelchair seated occupants restrained by both

    pelvic and upper torso belt(s) and only by a pelvic belt are shown in the diagrams

    and described below.

    Frontal Clear Zones (FCZ) need to be larger when upper torso belt(s) are not used.

    The rear clear zone of 16-inches is measured from the rearmost point on an

    occupant’s head.

    The frontal clear zone is measured from the frontmost point on an occupant’s head

    and is 26-inches with pelvic and upper-torso belt(s) and 37-inches with only a pelvic

    belt.

    The frontal clear zone may not be achievable for wheelchair-seated drivers.

    The estimated seated height (HHT) from the ground or floor to the top of the

    wheelchair-seated occupant’s head ranges from approximately 47-inches for a small

    adult female to about 61-inches for a tall adult male.

    Side View

    HHT

    (Frontal Clear Zone)

    16in.

    FCZ

    Top View

    8in.

    8in.

    FCZ

    (Frontal Clear Zone)

    16in.

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    Securement Points

    FIGURE 12.1 Securement Points

    Securing the Wheelchair

    ThiswheelchairistobeusedonlywithWheelchairTie‐downandOccupantRestraint

    Systems(WTORS)thathavebeeninstalledinaccordancewiththemanufacturerʹs

    instructionsandSAEJ2249.

    NOTE:AcopyofSAEJ2249WheelchairTie‐downandOccupantRestraintSystems(WTORS)

    foruseinMotorVehiclescanbeobtainedfrom:SAEInternational,400CommonwealthDrive,

    Warrendale,PA 15096‐0001,(877)606‐7232or(724)776‐4970.

    AttachWTORStothetie‐downbracketsinaccordancewiththemanufacturerʹs

    instructionsandSAEJ2249.

    Tie-Down

    Bracket

    Tie-Down

    Brackets

    NOTE:Seatremoved

    forclarity.

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    Securing the Occupant

    Vehicle-Anchored Belts

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE12.2.

    Thiswheelchairhasanoverallratingof “B” withregardtoaccommodatingtheuseand

    fitofvehicle‐anchoredbelts.Thisratingisscoredasfollows:

    ThetestforLateralStabilityDisplacementforPoint(P)isshowninFIGURE12.2.The

    averagetestresultforpoint(P)is0.77‐inches(19.6mm).

    FIGURE 12.2 Vehicle-Anchored Belts

    Seating System

     WARNING

    This wheelchair has been tested for seating in a motor vehicle with the factory

    installed seating system only.

    When feasible, wheelchair occupants should transfer into the vehicle seat and use

    the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) vehicle-installed restraint system.

    Ensurethatthefactoryinstalledseatingsystemissecuredtothewheelchairframebefore

    operation.Refertotheseatingsystemowner’smanual.

    RATING DESCRIPTION

    A Excellent

    B Good

    C Fair

    D Poor

    NOTE:Rearviewof

    wheelchairandhuman

    surrogatesecuredontest

    platformandtiltedto45

    degrees.

    Rear View

    Test

    Platform

    Point (P)

    45°

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    Positioning Belts

     WARNING

    The angle of the pelvic belt should be within the preferred zone of 45 to 75 degrees

    to the horizontal or within the optional zone of 30 to 45 degrees to the horizontal.

    Steeper side-view pelvic belt angles are

    especially important if the pelvic belt is

    intended to be used for postural support

    in addition to occupant restraint in a

    frontal crash. Steeper angles will reduce

    the tendency for a vertical gap to

    develop between the user and the belt

    due to compliance of seat cushions and

    belt movement, thereby reducing the

    tendency for the user to slip under the

    belt and for the belt to ride up on the

    soft abdomen during normal use.

    Steeper belt angles also reduce the tendency for upper-torso belts to pull the pelvic

    belt onto the abdomen during frontal impact loading.

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE12.3.

    1. Thepelvicbeltshouldbewornlowacrossthefrontofthepelvis.

    2. Positiontheuppertorsobelt(s)overtheshoulders.

    3. Thebelt(s)shouldnotbeheldawayfromthebodybywheelchaircomponentsor

    parts,includingbutnotlimitedtowheelchairarmrestsorwheels.RefertoFIGURE

    12.3forproperandimproperpositioningofthebelts.

    4. Ensurethebelt(s)arenotbetwisted.

    5. Adjustbeltsasfirmlyaspossible,beingmindfulofusercomfort.

    FIGURE 12.3 Positioning Belts

    45°

    30°

    Preferred Zone

    Optional Zone

    75°

    Side View

    DO position belts INSIDE of

    armrests, wheels, etc.

    DO NOT position belts OUTSIDE

    of armrests, wheels, etc.

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    SECTION 13—OPTIONS

     WARNING

    After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure all attaching

    hardware is tightened securely. Otherwise injury or damage may occur.

    RECLINER MODELS ONLY - If the ventilator, ventilator battery, or ventilator tray

    option is removed, the recliner limit stop MUST be installed before operation of the

    wheelchair. Otherwise, injury or damage may result.

    Using the Ventilator Tray

    NOTE:Forthisprocedure,refertoFIGURE 13.1.

    1. Positionallfourstrapstotheoutsideoftheventilatortray.

    2. Positiontheventilatorbatteryinthefrontportionoftheventilatortray.

    3. Securethetwostrapsaroundthetopoftheventilatorbatteryandcliptogether.

    4. Positiontheventilatorintherearportionoftheventilatortray.

    5. Securethetwostrapsaroundthetopoftheventilatorandcliptogether.

    6. Adjusttheslides,locatedinthemiddleofeachstrap,upordowntoincreaseor

    decreaselength.(SeeDetail“A”).

    7. Securelytightenthestrapsaroundthebatteryandventilatorbypullingtheendsofthe

    strapsthroughtherearportionofeachbuckle.(SeeDetail“B”).

    FIGURE 13.1 Using the Ventilator Tray

    Strap

    Slide

    DETAIL “A”

    DETAIL “B”

    Rear

    Portion

    of Buckle

    Strap

    Ventilator

    Tray

    Slide

    Front

    Portion

    Ventilator

    Battery

    See

    DETAIL “B”

    See

    DETAIL “A”

    Rear

    Portion

    Buckle

  • LIMITED WARRANTY

    Part No. 1073955 83 Orbit

    LIMITED WARRANTY

    PLEASE NOTE: THE WARRANTY BELOW HAS BEEN DRAFTED TO COMPLY WITH

    FEDERAL LAW APPLICABLE TO PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED AFTER JULY 4, 1975.

    This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser who purchases this product when new and

    unused from Invacare or a dealer. This warranty is not extended to any other person or entity and

    is not transferable or assignable to any subsequent purchaser or owner. Coverage under this

    warranty will end upon any such subsequent sale or other transfer of title to any other person.

    This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other legal rights which vary

    from state to state.

    Invacare warrants the side frames and cross members of this product when purchased new and

    unused to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five years from the

    date of purchase from Invacare or a dealer, with a copy of the seller’s invoice required for

    coverage under this warranty. Invacare warrants the upholstered materials (seat, back and

    armrests of the arm assembly) and remaining components of this product when purchased new

    and unused to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of thirteen

    months from date of purchase from Invacare or a dealer, with a copy of the seller’s invoice

    required for coverage under this warranty. If within such warranty periods any such product

    shall be proven to be defective, such product shall be repaired or replaced, at Invacare’s option.

    This warranty does not include any labor or shipping charges incurred in replacement part

    installation or repair of any such product. Invacare’s sole obligation and your exclusive remedy

    under this warranty shall be limited to such repair and/or replacement.

    For warranty service, please contact the dealer from whom you purchased your Invacare

    product. In the event you do not receive satisfactory warranty service, please write directly to

    Invacare at the address at the bottom of this page. Provide dealer’s name, address, the product

    model number, date of purchase, indicate nature of the defect and, if the product is serialized,

    indicate the serial number. DO NOT return products to our factory without our prior consent.

    LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS: THE FOREGOING WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO

    SERIAL NUMBERED PRODUCTS IF THE SERIAL NUMBER HAS BEEN REMOVED OR

    DEFACED, PRODUCTS SUBJECTED TO NEGLIGENCE, ACCIDENT, IMPROPER

    OPERATION, MAINTENANCE OR STORAGE, PRODUCTS MODIFIED WITHOUT

    INVACARE’S EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,

    MODIFICATION THROUGH THE USE OF UNAUTHORIZED PARTS OR ATTACHMENTS;

    PRODUCTS DAMAGED BY REASON OF REPAIRS MADE TO ANY COMPONENT

    WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC CONSENT OF INVACARE, OR TO A PRODUCT DAMAGED BY

    CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND INVACARE’S CONTROL, AND SUCH EVALUATION WILL BE

    SOLELY DETERMINED BY INVACARE. THE WARRANTY SHALL NOT APPLY TO NORMAL

    WEAR AND TEAR OR FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THE PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS.

    THE FOREGOING EXPRESS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER

    WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE

    IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR

    PURPOSE, AND THE SOLE REMEDY FOR VIOLATIONS OF ANY WARRANTY

    WHATSOEVER, SHALL BE LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE

    PRODUCT PURSUANT TO THE TERMS CONTAINED HEREIN. THE APPLICATION OF

    ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY WHATSOEVER SHALL NOT EXTEND BEYOND THE

    DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PROVIDED HEREIN. INVACARE SHALL NOT

    BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER.

    SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR

    CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE, OR LIMITATION OF HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY

    LASTS, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION MAY NOT BE APPLICABLE.

    THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE EXTENDED TO COMPLY WITH STATE/PROVINCIAL

    LAWS AND REQUIREMENTS.

  • Invacare Corporation

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    USA

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    Elyria, Ohio USA

    44036-2125

    800-333-6900

    Canada

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    Mississauga Ontario

    L4Z 4G4 Canada

    800-668-5324

    Invacare, the Medallion Design, and Yes,

    you can. are registered trademarks of

    Invacare Corporation.

    Orbit is a trademark of Invacare

    Corporation.

    Loctite is a registered trademark of Henkel

    Corporation.

    3-in-1 is a registered trademark of

    American Home Products Corporation.

    © 2006 Invacare Corporation

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    Rev F - 10/16/06

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