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Invacare Wheelchair Pronto M61 Maintenance Manual

Invacare wheelchair owner's operator and maintenance manual.
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Owner's Operator and Maintenance Manual
Pronto
M51
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M61
with SureStep
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DEALER: This manual MUST be given to
the user of the product.
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    SureStep ™ ® 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...

  • Page 2: Reference Documents

    ACCESSORIES WARNING 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. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS DOCUMENT M50/M51/M61 Service Manual ™NX™Electronics Manual (M51 Wheelchairs)

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ... 2 REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ... 4 SPECIAL NOTES ... 5 LABEL LOCATION ... 7 TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS ... 8 SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES ... 10 Controller Settings/Repair or Service ...10 Accessories ...10 Operation Information ...10 Batteries...12 Grounding Instructions ...13 Rain Test...13...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Register ONLINE at warranty.invacare.com Please have your model number and purchase date available to complete your registration. Any registration information you submit will only be used by Invacare Corporation and protected as required by applicable laws and regulations. Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep®...

  • Page 5: Special Notes

    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.

  • Page 6

    The drive behavior initially experienced by the user may be different from other chairs previously used. This power wheelchair has Invacare’s SureStep technology, a feature that provides the chair with optimum traction and stability when driving forward over transitions and thresholds of up to 2-inches.

  • Page 7: Label Location

    LABEL LOCATION LABEL LOCATION M51 Wheelchairs Serial label located inside the wheelchair frame M61 Wheelchairs Part No 1125085 Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep®...

  • Page 8: Typical Product Parameters

    TYPICAL PRODUCT PARAMETERS MEDIUM BACK SEAT WIDTH RANGE: 18 inches SEAT DEPTH: 16 to 18 inches BACK HEIGHT: 16½ inches BACK ANGLE RANGE: 95° to 100° in 5° increments UPHOLSTERY: Light Grey Vinyl SEAT-TO-FLOOR WITH FOOTBOARD (M51): WITH FRONT RIGGINGS (M51): WITH ELEVATING SEAT (M61):...

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    MEDIUM BACK SHIPPING BASE W/O BATTERIES: BASE WITH BATTERIES: MEDIUM BACK: SEMI-RECLINE: OFFICE STYLE: ASBA (20 X 20 X 20): ARMRESTS: BATTERIES: WEIGHT LIMITATION: PERFORMANCE SPEED: TURNING RADIUS: **RANGE (VARIABLE): *NOTE: Includes seating systems and accessories. **NOTE: Values for range are calculated for maximum chair weight rating using largest batteries  applicable (U1), per test procedures described in ANSI/RESNA WC/VOL2‐1998 Section 4 and  meet federal reimbursement requirements for this product. While considered typical, they are  derived based on certain ideal conditions. Variances in battery condition, user weight, usage  pattern or overall terrain conditions will result in actual values for range that differ from these  stated values. Users should become accustomed to how their unique conditions impact their  individual results. Users should become familiar with the battery discharge indicator on the  joystick to determine the range of their wheelchair. Refer to Battery Charger Operation on page 67  for more information about the battery discharge indicator.

  • Page 10: Section 1—general Guidelines, Controller Settings/repair Or Service, Accessories, Operation Information

    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES WARNING SECTION 1 - GENERAL GUIDELINES contains important information for the safe operation and use of this product. Controller Settings/Repair or Service Set‐up of the Electronic Control Unit is to be performed only by a qualified technician.  The final adjustments of the controller may affect other activities of the wheelchair.  Damage to the equipment could occur if improperly set‐up or adjusted. Wheelchairs should be examined during maintenance for signs of corrosion (water  exposure, incontinence, etc.). Electrical components damaged by corrosion should be  replaced IMMEDIATELY. Wheelchairs that are used by incontinent users and/or are frequently exposed to water  may require replacement of electrical components more frequently. Accessories Extreme care should be exercised when using oxygen in close proximity to electric circuits  and other combustible materials. Contact your oxygen supplier for instruction in the use  of oxygen. Operation Information Performance adjustments should only be made by professionals of the healthcare field or ...

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    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES DO NOT operate on roads, streets or highways. DO NOT climb, go up or down ramps or traverse slopes greater than 9°. DO NOT attempt to move up or down an incline with a water, ice or oil film. DO NOT attempt to drive over curbs or obstacles. Doing so may cause your wheelchair  to turn over and cause bodily harm or damage to the chair. DO NOT leave the power button in the On position when entering or exiting your  wheelchair. DO NOT stand on the frame of the wheelchair. DO NOT stand on the flip‐up footboard, otherwise damage may occur. When getting in  or out of the wheelchair, make sure that the flip‐up footboard is in the upward position. DO NOT stand on the front riggings, otherwise damage may occur. When getting in or  out of the wheelchair, make sure that the footplates on the front riggings are in the  upward position or moved out of the way. When determining the depth of the telescoping front frame tubes, make sure the rear of  the footrests do not interfere with the movement of the front casters. Otherwise damage  to the wheelchair may result or may impede proper operation. ALWAYS wear your seat positioning strap. 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. Use the seat swivel option with caution when accessories are installed (such as safety flag,  crutch/cane holder, etc.). Otherwise, property damage may occur. DO NOT engage or disengage the motor release levers until the power is in the Off  position. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on  the joystick is in the Off position. 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. NEVER leave an unoccupied wheelchair on an incline. 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. Make sure the detent balls of the quick‐release pin are fully released beyond the outer  edge of the tube before operating the wheelchair. Otherwise, injury and/or damage may  result. Keep detent balls clean. Part No 1125085 Pronto®...

  • Page 12: Batteries

    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES M61 Wheelchairs Only DO NOT operate wheelchair on an incline while in an elevated position. Otherwise, the  wheelchair may tip over and injury or damage may occur. Batteries The warranty and performance specifications contained in this manual are based on the  use of deep cycle gel cell or sealed lead acid batteries. Invacare strongly recommends their  use as the power source for this unit. Carefully read battery/battery charger information prior to installing, servicing or  operating your wheelchair. Charging Batteries DANGER When using an extension cord, use only a three wire extension cord having at least 16 AWG (American Wire Gauge) wire and the same or higher electrical rating as the device being connected.

  • Page 13: Grounding Instructions, Rain Test, Weight Training, Weight Limitation

    SECTION 1—GENERAL GUIDELINES Grounding Instructions DO NOT, under any circumstances, cut or remove the round grounding prong from any  plug used with or for Invacare products. Some devices are equipped with three‐prong  (grounding) plugs for protection against possible shock hazards and fire. Where a two‐ prong wall receptacle is encountered, it is the personal responsibility and obligation of the  customer to contact a qualified electrician and have the two‐prong receptacle replaced  with a properly grounded three‐prong wall receptacle in accordance with the National  Electrical Code. If you must use an extension cord, use only a three‐wire extension cord  having the same or higher electrical rating as the device being connected. In addition,  Invacare has placed RED/ORANGE warning tags on some equipment. DO NOT remove  these tags. Rain Test Invacare has tested its power wheelchairs in accordance with ISO 7176 “Rain Test.” This  provides the end user or his/her assistant sufficient time to remove his/her power  wheelchair from a rain storm and retain wheelchair operation. DO NOT leave power wheelchair in a rain storm of any kind. DO NOT use power wheelchair in a shower. DO NOT store power wheelchair in a damp area for an extended period of time. Direct exposure to excessive rain or dampness may cause the chair to malfunction  electrically and mechanically, may cause the chair to prematurely rust or may damage the  upholstery. Check to ensure that the RED and GREY battery terminal caps are secured in place,  joystick boot is not torn or cracked where water can enter and that all electrical  connections are secure at all times. DO NOT use the wheelchair if the joystick boot is torn or cracked. If the joystick boot  becomes torn or cracked, replace immediately. 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 and the warranty is void. Weight Limitation The M51 and M61 wheelchairs with SureStep have a weight limitation of 300 lbs.

  • Page 14: Section 2—emi Information

    SECTION 2—EMI INFORMATION CAUTION: IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THIS INFORMATION REGARDING THE POSSIBLE EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE ON YOUR POWERED WHEELCHAIR. Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) From Radio Wave Sources Powered wheelchairs and motorized scooters (in this text, both will be referred to as powered wheelchairs) may be susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI), which is interfering electromagnetic energy (EM) emitted from sources such as radio stations, TV stations, amateur radio (HAM) transmitters, two way radios, and...

  • Page 15

    2) This device has been tested to a radiated immunity level of 20 volts per meter. 3) The immunity level of the product is unknown. Modification of any kind to the electronics of this wheelchair as manufactured by Invacare may adversely affect the EMI immunity levels. Part No 1125085 WARNING...

  • Page 16: Section 3—safety/handling Of Wheelchairs, Stability And Balance

    “Safety and Handling” of the wheelchair requires 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 followed. 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. 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.

  • Page 17: Coping With Everyday Obstacles

    SECTION 3—SAFETY/HANDLING OF WHEELCHAIRS Coping With Everyday Obstacles 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. Proper positioning is essential for your safety. When reaching, leaning, bending or bending forward, it is important to use the casters as a tool to maintain stability and balance.

  • Page 18: A Note To Wheelchair Assistants, Pinch Points

    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 tilting wheelchair or  traversing curbs or other impediments. Also, be aware of detachable parts such as arms 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. Pinch Points M61 WHEELCHAIRS ONLY - Pinch point may occur when lowering the elevating seat. Make sure the hands and body of both the occupant and attendants/bystanders are clear of all pinch points before lowering seat.

  • Page 19: Lifting/stairways

    MUST be removed and transported independently of the power wheelchair. Extreme caution is advised when it is necessary to move an unoccupied power wheelchair up or down the stairs. Invacare recommends using two assistants and making thorough preparations. Use only secure, nondetachable parts for hand-hold supports.

  • Page 20: Transferring To And From Other Seats

    NOTE: This procedure needs two assistants to lift the wheelchair to transport it. 1. Remove the occupant from the wheelchair. 2. Remove the seat. Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 42. 3. Remove any accessories on the wheelchair. 4. Bend your knees and keep your back straight. 5. Ensure that the casters are oriented as shown in FIGURE 3.4. 6. Using the rear and front forks as hand hold supports, transfer the wheelchair base to  desired location. Refer to FIGURE 3.4. 7. Using non‐removable (nondetachable) parts, transfer the seat and any accessories to  desired location. 8. Reinstall any accessories that were removed in STEP 3. 9. Reinstall the seat. Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 42. Rear Frame WARNING - ESCALATORS DO NOT use an escalator to move a wheelchair between floors. Serious bodily injury may occur.

  • Page 21: Reaching, Leaning And Bending - Forward

    NOTE: This activity may be performed independently provided you have adequate mobility and  upper body strength. NOTE: For this procedure, refer to  FIGURE 3.5. 1. Position the wheelchair as close as  possible along side the seat to which  you are transferring, with the rear  casters pointing away from it. 2. After the wheelchair is positioned  properly for transfer, verify that the  motor release levers are engaged. Refer  to Engaging/Disengaging Motor  Release Lever on page 57. 3. Flip back or remove arm on side of wheelchair you are transferring from. 4. 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. Reaching, Leaning and NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 3.6. Position the front and rear casters so that they are extended as far forward as possible and  engage motor release levers. 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.

  • Page 22: Reaching And Bending - Backward

    SECTION 3—SAFETY/HANDLING OF WHEELCHAIRS Reaching and Bending - Backward WARNING DO NOT lean over the top of the back upholstery. This will change your center of gravity and may cause you to tip over. NOTE: For this procedure, refer to For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 3.7. Position wheelchair as close as possible to the desired object. Point the front AND rear  casters rearward to create the longest possible wheelbase. Reach back only as far as your  arm will extend without changing your sitting position. FIGURE 3.7 Reaching and Bending - Backward Pronto®...

  • Page 23: Section 4—safety Inspection/troubleshooting, Safety Inspection Checklists

    SECTION 4—SAFETY INSPECTION/ TROUBLESHOOTING NOTE: Every six months or as necessary take your wheelchair to a qualified dealer 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 Checklists As with any vehicle, wheels and tires should be checked periodically for cracks and wear and should be replaced as necessary. Initial adjustments should be made to suit your personal body structure needs and  preference. Thereafter follow these maintenance procedures: All Wheelchairs Inspect/Adjust Initially ❑ Ensure that the wheelchair rolls straight (no excessive drag or pull to one side). ❑...

  • Page 24

    Inspect/Adjust Weekly ❑ Seat is secured to wheelchair frame. ❑ Seat and/or back upholstery have no rips and do not sag. Replace if necessary. ❑ Seat release latch is not worn and is functional. Replace if necessary. ❑ Inspect tires for flat spots and wear. ❑ Ensure arm pivot points are not worn and/or loose. Replace if necessary. ❑ Ensure casters are free of debris. Inspect/Adjust Monthly ❑ Ensure wheel mounting nuts are secure on drive wheels. ❑ Ensure no excessive side movement or binding occurs when drive wheels are lifted  and spun when disengaged (freewheeling). ❑ Inspect caster assembly has proper tension when caster is spun. Caster should come  to a gradual stop. ❑ Loosen/tighten caster locknut if wheel wobbles noticeably or binds to a stop. ❑ Ensure all caster/wheel/fork/headtube fasteners are secure. ❑ Inspect for any loose hardware on the wheelchair. ❑ 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. ❑ Ensure casters are free of debris. Inspect/Adjust Periodically ❑ Ensure wheelchair rolls straight (no excessive drag or pull to one side). ❑ Ensure arms are secure but easy to release and adjustment levers engage properly. ❑...

  • Page 25: Troubleshooting Guide

    Charge batteries overnight or ensure 8 hours of charge time between use. Ensure correct setting on charger. Replace Batteries. Have charger replaced. Contact Dealer/Invacare. Check all connections. Secure connections. Switch to another wall outlet. Replace charger or internal repairs may be required.

  • Page 26

    Reset circuit breaker. If breaker trips again, it may indicate need for internal repair. Contact Dealer/Invacare. Contact Dealer/Invacare. Contact Dealer/Invacare for service. Engage motor lock. Contact Dealer/Invacare for service. Reprogram controller (Refer to electronics manual supplied with wheelchair).

  • Page 27

    Check to make sure joystick is connected properly. Contact Invacare/Dealer for service. Contact Invacare/Dealer for service. Contact Invacare/Dealer for service. Contact Invacare/Dealer for service. Wrong type of remote connected. Contact Invacare/Dealer for service. Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep® COMMENTS The batteries should be charged as soon as possi- ble.

  • Page 28: Checking Battery Charge Level

    Additional Troubleshooting Information for M61 Wheelchairs SYMPTOM PROBABLE CAUSE Wheelchair slows or stops Elevating seat is elevated. while driving and the Seat Function 1 indicator is lit. Checking Battery Charge Level The following “Do’s” and “Don’ts” are provided for your convenience and safety. Read and understand this manual and any service information that accompanies a battery and charger before operating the wheelchair.

  • Page 29: Section 5—wheelchair Operation, Operating The Wheelchair

    SECTION 5—WHEELCHAIR OPERATION After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Set-up/programming of the Electronic Control Unit is to be performed only by a qualified technician.

  • Page 30: Adjusting The Speed

    When first learning to drive, select a slow speed and try to drive the wheelchair as slowly  as possible by pushing the joystick slightly forward. This exercise will help you learn to  utilize the full potential of the proportional control and allow you to start and stop  smoothly. To drive the wheelchair, perform the following: 1. Adjust speed control knob to the appropriate setting. 2. Turn the power On. Refer to Turning the Power On/Off on page 29. 3. Maneuver the joystick in the following manner: MOVEMENT ACTION FORWARD Push joystick forward, towards the front of the wheelchair. REVERSE Pull joystick back, towards the rear of the wheelchair. Turn RIGHT Move joystick toward the right side of the wheelchair.

  • Page 31: Using The Horn, Elevating The Seat

    Such devices may result in excess heating and cause damage to the actuator and associated wiring and could cause a fire, death, physical injury or property damage. If such devices are used, Invacare shall not be liable and the limited warranty is void.

  • Page 32

    NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 5.5 on page 32. NOTE: This procedure applies to M61 wheelchairs only. 1. Make sure the wheelchair is on a level surface. 2. Press the mode button to switch from driving mode to elevate mode. NOTE: The LED will light up with a circle around it. 3. Move the joystick: • Forward ‐ Elevates the seat. • Backward ‐ Lowers the seat. Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep® Elevated Seat Selected Joystick FIGURE 5.5 Elevating the Seat Drive Mode Mode Button Elevate the Seat Lower the Seat Part No 1125085...

  • Page 33: Spj+ And Spj+ W/acc Joystick Switches And Indicators

    SPJ+ and SPJ+ w/ACC Joystick Switches and Indicators NOTE: For the following information, refer to FIGURE 5.6. On/Off Button Decrease Speed Button (Tortoise) GREEN Service Indicator On/Off Button Decrease Speed Button (Tortoise) GREEN Service Indicator FIGURE 5.6 SPJ+ and SPJ+ w/ACC Joystick Switches and Indicators Part No 1125085 SPJ+ Joystick Information Gauge...

  • Page 34

    On/Off Button This button is located at the front of the joystick housing. It is used to turn the wheelchair  on and off, to remove the joystick from sleep mode (if programmed) and to lock or unlock  the joystick (if programmed). Speedometer The speedometer is used to show the maximum speed. The right‐most LED indicates  current maximum speed setting. The bottom left GREEN LED flashes to indicate that the  joystick is in speed limit mode. Speed limit mode limits the drive speed to a pre‐ programmed value, typically when the seat has been elevated and the wheelchair is  required to drive at 20% speed. Speed Control Buttons The speed control buttons (tortoise button ( adjust the maximum speed. 1. To adjust the speed, perform one of the following: • Adjust Speed in 20% Increments (5 Speed Mode) ‐ Press the tortoise button ( or hare button ( ) to decrease/increase the speed in 20% increments. The larger  bars in the speedometer will light. • Adjust Speed in Smaller Increments (VSP Mode) ‐ Perform the following steps: i. Press and hold both the tortoise button ( joystick beeps. ii. Perform one of the following: • Press the tortoise button ( speed in 20% increments. The larger bars in the speedometer will light. • Press and hold the tortoise button ( increase the speed in smaller increments. The smaller bars in the  speedometer will light. Mode Button NOTE: The mode button is present on the SPJ+ w/ACC joystick only. Press the mode button to switch from driving mode to elevate mode. Refer to Elevating ...

  • Page 35

    Joystick The joystick has proportional drive control, meaning that further the joystick is pushed  from the upright (neutral) position, the faster the wheelchair or seat moves. Your top  speed, however, is limited by the programmed settings. To slow the wheelchair to a stop, simply release the joystick. The wheelchair has  automatic speed and direction compensation to minimize corrections. Charger/Programming Input The charger/programming input is located at the front of the joystick housing. This  provides easy access for charging the wheelchair batteries. This port also serves as the  Remote Programmer Communication connection. Driving is prevented while the system  is charging. Service Indicator The AMBER service indicator will light when an error or fault occurs. Refer to Service  Indicator Light Diagnostics on page 27 for a listing of the flash codes and what they  indicate. Information Gauge Display Located on the front of the joystick housing, it provides the following information to the  user on the status of the wheelchair ‐ 1. Power is on. 2. True state‐of‐battery‐charge, including notification of when the battery requires  charging: A. GREEN LEDs are lit, indicating well charged batteries. B. AMBER LEDs are lit, indicating batteries are moderately charged. Recharge  batteries before taking a long trip. C. RED LEDs are lit, indicating batteries are running out of charge. Recharge batteries  as soon as possible.  The Information Gauge display also serves as a system diagnostic device when a fault is  detected by the control module. A specific number of flashes of the LEDs indicate the type  of fault detected. Refer to Information Gauge Display Diagnostics on page 28 for the  diagnostic indications of the wheelchair status.

  • Page 36: Section 6—arms, Removing/installing The Arms, Adjusting The Arms

    SECTION 6—ARMS After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position. Removing/Installing the Arms Increasing the width of the arms may affect the overall width of the wheelchair.

  • Page 37

    Adjusting Angle NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 6.3. WARNING Pinch point may occur when adjusting the arm angle position. 1. Lift up the armrest. 2. Loosen the jam nut. 3. Adjust the socket screw up or down to  the desired arm angle position. 4. Tighten the jam nut. 5. To determine the same angle for the  opposite armrest, count the exposed  threads after the jam nut has been  tightened. Adjusting Height NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 6.4. 1. Remove the socket screw that secures the armrest to the seat frame assembly. 2. Adjust the armrest to one of four positions. 3. Reinstall the socket screw that secures the armrest to the seat frame assembly and  tighten securely. Adjustment Lock Knob Part No 1125085...

  • Page 38: Installing/removing Flip Back Armrests

    Installing/Removing Flip Back Armrests Make sure the flip back armrest release and height adjustment levers are in the locked position before using the wheelchair. NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 6.5 on page 38. NOTE: Flip back armrest release lever must be in unlocked position when placing armrest into the  arm sockets. Installing 1. Slide the flip back armrest into the arm sockets on the wheelchair frame. 2. Install the quick release pin through the rear arm socket and flip back armrest. 3. Lock flip back armrest by pressing flip back armrest release lever into the locked  (vertical) position. 4. Lift up on flip back armrest to make sure the armrest is locked in place. 5. Repeat STEPS 1‐4 for opposite flip back armrest. Removing 1.

  • Page 39: Positioning/adjusting Flip Back Armrests

    Positioning/Adjusting Flip Back Armrests NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 6.6 on page 39. Positioning Flip Back Armrests for User Transfer 1. Unlock the flip back armrest by pulling the armrest release lever into the up  (horizontal) position. 2. Pull up on the flip back armrest and remove the armrest from the front arm socket. 3. Continue to pull up on the flip back armrest until the armrest is out of the way. 4. Repeat STEPS 1‐3 for opposite flip back armrest, if necessary. Positioning Flip Back Armrests for Use 1. Make sure the flip back armrest release lever is in the up (horizontal) position. 2. Install the flip back armrest into the front arm socket. 3. Lock flip back armrest by pressing flip back armrest release lever into the down  (vertical) position. 4. Lift up on flip back armrest to make sure the armrest is locked in place. 5. Repeat STEPS 1‐4 for opposite flip back armrest, if necessary. Adjusting Height 1.

  • Page 40: Section 7—seat, Adjusting The Back Angle

    SECTION 7—SEAT After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position. Adjusting the Back Angle Semi-Recline Back Angle NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 7.1.

  • Page 41: Adjusting The Headrest (semi-recline Only)

    SECTION 7—SEAT Seat Hinge DETAIL “A” Locknut 105° 110° 100° 95° Shoulder Bolt FIGURE 7.2 Adjusting the Back Angle - Fold Down Back Angle Adjusting the Headrest (Semi-Recline Only) NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 7.3. 1. To raise the headrest, lift the headrest up to the desired position. 2. To lower the headrest, push the release tab towards the front of the wheelchair. Lower  the headrest to the desired position. Headrest Release Tab Headrest Tube FIGURE 7.3 Adjusting the Headrest (Semi-Recline Only) Part No 1125085...

  • Page 42: Removing/installing The Seat Assembly

    Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 7.4. Removing 1. Disconnect the joystick. Refer to Disconnecting/Connecting the Joystick on page 74. 2. Fold down the seat back. 3. Pull the seat lever up and lift the seat assembly up and away from the seat post. Installing 1. Align the seat pivot with the seat post  2. Pull the seat lever up and lower the seat assembly on the seat post. NOTE: If necessary, slightly twist seat assembly back and forth to lock it in place. 3. Release the seat lever. 4. Pull the seat assembly up to ensure that it is locked in place. 5. Connect the joystick. Refer to Disconnecting/Connecting the Joystick on page 74. Seat Lever NOTE: Office style van seat  is shown. Standard van seat  installs the same way. NOTE: ASBA Seat installs  the same way. FIGURE 7.4 Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly Pronto®...

  • Page 43: Replacing The Seat Positioning Strap

    Replacing the Seat Positioning Strap ALWAYS wear your seat positioning strap. 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.

  • Page 44

    ASBA Seat NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 7.6. NOTE: This procedure is for Adjustable Seat Back Angle (ASBA) seats only. 1. Remove the seat cushion from the seat pan. 2. Move the flip back armrests out of the way. Refer to Positioning/Adjusting Flip Back  Armrests on page 50. 3. Remove the two mounting screws, quick release pin tabs, spacers, and locknuts that  secure the seat pan and seat positioning straps to the seat frame. 4. Remove the two halves of the seat positioning strap from the rear seat frame. 5. Reposition the two new seat positioning strap halves underneath seat rails. 6. Reinstall the two mounting screws, quick release pin tabs, spacers, and locknuts that  secure the seat pan and seat positioning straps to the seat frame and torque to 75 inch‐  pounds. 7. Reinstall the seat cushion onto the seat pan. Mounting Screw Rear of Seat Frame Seat Positioning Strap Quick Release Pin Tab FIGURE 7.6 Replacing the Seat Positioning Strap - ASBA Seat Pronto®...

  • Page 45: Section 8—footboard Assembly, Removing/installing The Footboard Assembly

    SECTION 8—FOOTBOARD ASSEMBLY After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position. DO NOT stand on the flip-up footboard.

  • Page 46: Adjusting The Footboard Assembly

    Installing Make sure the detent balls of the quick-release pin are fully released beyond the outer edge of the tube before operating the wheelchair. Otherwise, injury and/or damage may result. Keep detent balls clean. 1. Position the footboard assembly onto the wheelchair frame so that the mounting hole  in the wheelchair frame aligns with the desired mounting hole in the footboard  assembly. 2. Install the quick release pin by depressing the button while sliding the pin in. Ensure  that the detent balls of the quick release pin are fully released beyond the outer edge ...

  • Page 47

    Bottom View of Footboard FIGURE 8.2 Adjusting the Footboard Assembly - Angle Depth NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 8.3. 1. Remove the quick release pin that secures the footboard assembly to the wheelchair  frame. Make sure the detent balls of the quick-release pin are fully released and beyond the outer edge of the tube before operating the wheelchair. Otherwise, injury and/or damage may result.

  • Page 48: Section 9—front Riggings, Installing/removing Front Riggings

    SECTION 9—FRONT RIGGINGS After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. DO NOT stand on the front riggings, otherwise damage may occur. When getting in or out of the wheelchair, make sure that the footplates on the front riggings are in the upward position or moved out of the way.

  • Page 49: Adjusting Footrest Height

    Removing 1. Push the front rigging release lever inward and rotate the footrest out. 2. Lift up on front rigging and remove from the wheelchair. 3. Repeat STEPS 1‐2 for opposite side of wheelchair. Adjusting Footrest Height Model PHWH93 NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 9.2. 1. Remove any accessories from the footrest(s). 2. Remove the footrest from the wheelchair. Refer to Installing/Removing Front Riggings  on page 48. NOTE: Lay footrest on a flat surface to simplify section. 3. Remove the hex bolt, coved washers and locknut that secure the lower footrest to the  footrest support. 4. Reposition the lower footrest to the desired height. 5. Reinstall hex bolt, coved washers and locknut that secure lower footrest to footrest  support. Tighten securely. 6. Repeat STEPS 1‐5 for the opposite side of the wheelchair footrest, if necessary. 7. Reinstall the footrest(s) onto the wheelchair. Refer to Installing/Removing Front  Riggings on page 48. 8. Reinstall any accessories onto the footrest(s). Locknut Coved Washer FIGURE 9.2 Adjusting Footrest Height - Model PHWH93 Part No 1125085 Footrest Support...

  • Page 50: Replacing Heel Loops

    Model PH904A and PHAL4A NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 9.3. NOTE: PH904A style front rigging shown. PHAL4A front rigging adjust the same way. 1. Loosen, but do not remove the lug bolt  and locknut that secure the lower  footrest to the footrest support. 2. Reposition the lower footrest to the  desired height. 3. Securely tighten the lug bolt and  locknut that secure the lower footrest to  the footrest support. 4. Repeat STEPS 1‐3 for the opposite side  of the wheelchair footrest, if necessary. Replacing Heel Loops NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 9.4. 1. Note the position of hex bolt, coved  washers and locknut for reinstallation. 2. Remove the hex bolt, coved washers  and locknut that secure the lower  footrest to the footrest support. 3. Remove the lower footrest. 4. Remove the phillips bolt, spacer and  locknut that secure the existing heel  loop to the lower footrest. 5. Slide the existing heel loop off the  lower footrest.

  • Page 51: Raising/lowering Elevating Front Riggings, Adjusting/replacing Telescoping Front Rigging Supports

    Raising/Lowering Elevating Front Riggings NOTE: For this procedure, refer to  FIGURE 9.5. 1. Perform one of the following: • Raising ‐ Pull back on the release  lever and raise front rigging to the  desired height. • Lowering ‐ Support front rigging  with one hand away from the  release lever. Push release lever  downward with other hand. Adjusting/Replacing Telescoping Front Rigging Supports Office Style Seat NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 9.6 on page 52. NOTE: When adjusting the telescoping front rigging support depth, ensure the footplate does not  interfere with the caster wheel rotation. NOTE: Telescoping front rigging supports may be extended up to 2 inches from the wheelchair  frame in 1‐inch increments. This adjustment does not affect seat depth. NOTE: When installing the front riggings support tubes, ensure that the hinge pins are on the  outside of the chair facing away from the seat frame.  1. Remove the seat. Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 42. 2. Remove the two socket bolts and locknuts that secure telescoping front rigging  support to the seat frame.

  • Page 52

    4. Using the two socket bolts and locknuts, secure the telescoping front rigging support  to the seat frame as shown in FIGURE 9.6. 5. If necessary, repeat STEPS 2‐4 on remaining telescoping front rigging support. 6. Reinstall the seat. Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 42. Seat FRONT RIGGING MODEL 18 inches wide Holes PHW93 4 and 5 Holes PH904A and PHAL4A 3 and 4 FIGURE 9.6 Adjusting/Replacing Telescoping Front Rigging Supports - Office Style Seat Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep® Locknuts Spacers Inner...

  • Page 53

    Standard Seat NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 9.7 on page 54. NOTE: When adjusting the telescoping front rigging support depth, ensure the footplate does not  interfere with the caster wheel rotation. NOTE: Telescoping front rigging supports may be extended up to 2‐inches from the wheelchair  frame in 1‐inch increments. This adjustment does not affect seat depth. NOTE: When installing the front riggings support tubes, ensure that the hinge pins are on the  outside of the chair facing away from the seat frame.  1. Remove the seat. Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 35. 2. Remove the two socket bolts and locknuts that secure telescoping front rigging  support to the seat frame. 3. Perform one of the following: • Adjusting ‐ Align the appropriate mounting hole of the telescoping front rigging  support with the front mounting hole in the seat frame tubes to achieve the desired  depth as shown in FIGURE 9.7. • Replacing ‐ i. Remove the existing telescoping front rigging support from the wheelchair  frame. ii. Insert the new telescoping front rigging support into the seat frame. iii. Align the appropriate mounting hole of the telescoping front rigging support  with the front mounting hole in the seat frame tubes to achieve the desired  depth as shown in FIGURE 9.7. NOTE: The footplate will be on the inside of the wheelchair when locked in place. 4. Using the two socket bolts and locknuts, secure the telescoping front rigging support  to the seat frame as shown in FIGURE 9.7. 5.

  • Page 54

    Inner Mounting Holes Seat Frame FRONT RIGGING MODEL 18 inches wide Holes PHW93 4 and 5 Holes PH904A and PHAL4A 3 and 4 FIGURE 9.7 Adjusting/Replacing Telescoping Front Rigging Supports - Standard Seat ASBA Seat NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 9.8 on page 55. 1. Remove the two mounting screws, spacers and locknuts that secure the telescoping  front rigging support to the seat frame.

  • Page 55

    SECTION 9—FRONT RIGGINGS NOTE: The two telescoping front rigging supports can be positioned at different depths depending  on the need of the user. Mounting Screws Spacer Telescoping Front Tube Locknut Spacer Locknut FIGURE 9.8 Adjusting/Replacing Telescoping Front Rigging Supports - ASBA Seat Part No 1125085 Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep®...

  • Page 56: Section 10—top Shroud And Wheels, Replacing The Flat Free Tires On The Wheel Rim

    SECTION 10—TOP SHROUD AND WHEELS After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position.

  • Page 57: Engaging/disengaging Motor Release Lever

    Center Hole in Shroud Joystick Cable and Connector Base Frame Hook and Loop Strap FIGURE 10.1 Removing/Installing the Top Shroud Engaging/Disengaging Motor Release Lever DO NOT engage or disengage the motor release lever until the On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position. Ensure both motor release levers are fully engaged before driving the wheelchair NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 10.2 on page 58.

  • Page 58: Replacing Front/rear Caster Assemblies

    Right Motor Release Lever Shown Disengaged Engaged FIGURE 10.2 Engaging/Disengaging Motor Release Lever Replacing Front/Rear Caster Assemblies NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 10.3. NOTE: Front and rear caster assemblies are replaced in the same manner. NOTE: When replacing the front/rear caster assemblies, it is necessary to brace the caster  assemblies to prevent the wheel from spinning. 1. Remove the mounting screw, two washers, and locknut that secures the caster to the  fork. 2. Remove the caster and discard. 3. Secure new caster to fork with existing mounting screw, two washers and locknut  (FIGURE 10.3). Securely tighten. Mounting Screw Washer FIGURE 10.3 Replacing Front/Rear Caster Assemblies Pronto®...

  • Page 59: Adjusting Forks

    Adjusting Forks NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 10.4. 1. Remove the dust cover. 2. To properly tighten caster journal system and guard against flutter, perform the  following check: A. Tip back the wheelchair. B. Pivot both 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 locknut according to freedom of caster swing. 3. Test wheelchair for maneuverability. 4. Readjust locknut if necessary, and repeat STEPS 2‐3 until correct. 5. Snap dust cover into the caster headtube ensuring that the tabs are under the plastic  side shrouds. NOTE: Components exploded for clarity. There is no need to remove the fork from the base frame. Tabs Side Shroud Base Frame Fork Part No 1125085 Dust Cover Locknut Washer Caster Headtube Washer FIGURE 10.4 Adjusting Forks...

  • Page 60: Section 11—batteries, Warnings For Handling And Replacing Batteries

    Make sure power to the wheelchair is Off before performing this section. The use of rubber gloves is recommended when working with batteries. Invacare strongly recommends that battery installation and battery replacement ALWAYS be done by a qualified technician. U1 batteries weigh 24 pounds each. Use proper lifting techniques (lift with your legs) to avoid injury.

  • Page 61: Using The Proper Batteries, Removing/installing Batteries From/into Battery Tray

    Using the Proper Batteries NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 11.1. 1. Place battery on ground/flat surface. 2. Visually draw a horizontal and vertical centerline through the middle of battery  (FIGURE 11.1). 3. Position the battery so that the terminals are above the horizontal centerline. 4. Visually inspect the battery to ensure the correct position of the POSITIVE and  NEGATIVE terminals (FIGURE 11.1). Batteries with terminal configuration as shown below MUST be used. Batteries that have the reverse terminal configuration MUST NOT be used - otherwise injury and damage may occur.

  • Page 62

    NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 11.2 on page 63. NOTE: If there is battery acid in the bottom of the battery tray or on the sides of the battery, apply  baking soda to these areas to neutralize the battery acid. Before reinstalling the existing or new  battery, clean the baking soda from the battery tray or battery being sure to avoid contact with skin  and eyes. Determine source of contamination. NEVER install/reinstall a battery with a cracked or  otherwise damaged case. NOTE: Have the following tools available: TOOL 7/16-INCH (6PT) BOX WRENCH DIAGONAL CUTTERS Removing 1. Place the wheelchair in a well ventilated area where work can be performed without  risking damage to carpeting or floor covering. 2. Verify the joystick On/Off switch is in the Off position and disconnect joystick cable  (not shown). Refer to Disconnecting/Connecting the Joystick on page 121. 3. Remove the seat. Refer to one of the following procedures: • Van Seats ‐ Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 48. • ASBA Seats ‐ Refer to Removing/Installing the Seat Assembly on page 57. 4. Remove the top shroud. Refer to Removing/Installing the Top Shroud on page 85. 5. Disconnect the front battery from the controller (BLACK connector).  6. Disconnect the rear battery from the front battery (RED and BLACK connectors). 7. Lift rear and front battery out of the battery tray using the battery handles. Installing 1.

  • Page 63: Connecting/disconnecting Battery Cables

    8. Connect joystick cable (not shown). Refer to Disconnecting/Connecting the Joystick on  page 121. BLACK Battery Rear Battery Joystick Cable Rear of Wheelchair Wheelchair Base Frame FIGURE 11.2 Removing/Installing Batteries from/into Battery Tray Connecting/Disconnecting Battery Cables Connecting Battery Cables NEVER allow any of your tools and/or battery cables to contact both battery terminals at the same time.

  • Page 64

    Battery terminal configuration as shown in Detail “A” of FIGURE 11.3 MUST be used. Batteries that have the terminal configuration reversed MUST NOT be used - otherwise serious injury or damage may occur. Install protective caps on POSITIVE (+) and NEGATIVE (-) terminals. All battery terminal covers (two on the front battery and two on the rear battery) MUST be installed prior to use.

  • Page 65

    POSITIVE (+) Battery Terminal Cap NEGATIVE (-) Battery Terminal BLACK Connectors POSITIVE (+) Battery Cable L-Bracket with Mounting Screw POSITIVE (+) Battery terminal NOTE: Handles on batteries  removed for clarity. NEGATIVE (-) Battery POSITIVE Terminal (+) Battery Terminal Tie-wraps U1 Battery NOTE: Handles on batteries removed for clarity. FIGURE 11.3 Connecting/Disconnecting Battery Cables Part No 1125085 DETAIL “A”...

  • Page 66: Charging Batteries

    Disconnecting Battery Cables The use of rubber gloves is recommended when working with batteries. NEVER allow any of your tools and/or battery cables to contact both battery terminals at the same time. An electrical short may occur and serious personal injury or damage may occur.

  • Page 67: Battery Charger Operation

    SECTION 11—BATTERIES CAUTION New batteries MUST be fully charged prior to initial use of the wheelchair. ALWAYS charge new batteries before initial use or battery life will be reduced. As a general rule, you should recharge your batteries as frequently as possible to assure the longest possible life and to minimize required charging time.

  • Page 68

    NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 11.4 on page 69. NOTE: The On/Off LED indicator light and the charger LED indicator light are located on the top  of the charger on the rear of the wheelchair. Open rear shroud to view indicator lights. NOTE: If the batteries are completely discharged, the charger will not charge them. Replace the  batteries. Refer to Removing/Installing Batteries from/into Battery Tray on page 61. 1. Plug the female connector of the AC power cord (supplied) to the AC receptacle on  the charger and plug in the male connector on the AC power cord into the wall outlet.  2. The On/Off LED indicator is blinking RED, this is abnormal. Unplug AC power cord  from the on‐board battery charger and wall outlet. Charger may need to be replaced.  Contact an Invacare dealer or qualified technician. 3. When the On/Off LED indicator light is Off, charger is Off.  4. When the Charge LED indicator light is YELLOW, the batteries are charging. 5. When the Charge LED indicator light is solid GREEN, the batteries are fully charged  (as their condition will allow). 6. When charging is complete, unplug the male connector of the AC power cord from the  wall outlet and then unplug the female connector of the AC power cord from the AC  receptacle on the charger. DO NOT operate wheelchair with AC power cord attached to the wheelchair. Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep®...

  • Page 69

    (plugged into the joystick charger port) at the same time. Doing so will reduce the life of the batteries. Only use a charger approved by Invacare when charging through the joystick on this wheelchair model.

  • Page 70

    SECTION 11—BATTERIES NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 11.5. NOTE: The charger port located on the front of the joystick requires the use of an independent  charger. The independent charger is NOT supplied with the wheelchair. 1. Attach the battery charger connector to the charger port on the front of the joystick. 2. Plug the charger’s AC power cord or extension into the grounded 110‐volt wall outlet. 3. When charging is complete, turn charger Off. 4. Disconnect output cable from joystick charger port. Charger/ Programming Port FIGURE 11.5 Charging Using An Independent Charger Plugged Into The Joystick Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep® Part No 1125085...

  • Page 71: Section 12—electronics, Removing/installing The Joystick

    SECTION 12—ELECTRONICS After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position. Removing/Installing the Joystick NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 12.1 on page 72.

  • Page 72: Repositioning The Joystick

    Standard DETAIL “A” - TIE-WRAP LOCATIONS Office Style Seat Tie-Wrap Here Joystick Cable FIGURE 12.1 Removing/Installing the Joystick Repositioning the Joystick Van Seat NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 12.2 on page 73. NOTE: Take note of position and orientation of mounting hardware for reinstalling the joystick  assembly. 1. Turn the adjustment lock lever to release the joystick mounting tube from the  mounting bracket. 2. Remove the joystick from the wheelchair. 3. Remove the three hex mounting screws, spacers and locknuts that secure the  mounting bracket to the three mounting holes on the arm frame. NOTE: The mounting bracket is mounted to the inside of the arm frame. 4. Reposition the mounting bracket on the opposite arm frame. Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep® Office Style Seat Mounting Bracket and Mounting...

  • Page 73

    5. Using the three hex mounting screws, spacers and locknuts secure the mounting  bracket to the three mounting holes of the arm frame. 6. If necessary, perform the following to reposition the adjustment lock: A. Slide the adjustment lock from the mounting bracket. B. Rotate adjustment lock 180° and slide adjustment lock over the opposite end of the  mounting bracket. 7. Slide joystick mounting tube through the mounting bracket to the desired position  and secure adjustment lock to tube by turning lever on adjustment lock. Armrest Mounting Bracket Plate Adjustment Lock Lever Locknuts FIGURE 12.2 Repositioning the Joystick ASBA Seat NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 12.3 on page 74. 1. Turn the lever on the adjustment lock to release the adjustment lock from joystick  mounting tube. 2. Remove the joystick mounting tube from the wheelchair. 3. Remove the three hex screws that secure joystick mounting bracket, the threaded hole  half clamp and the opened hole half clamp to the arm tube. 4. Reposition the threaded hole half clamp and opened hole half clamp on the opposite  arm tube. Make sure threaded hole half clamp is on the inside of arm tube.

  • Page 74: Disconnecting/connecting The Joystick

    Washers Hex Mounting Screws Adjustment Lock Lever FIGURE 12.3 Repositioning the Joystick - ASBA Seat Disconnecting/Connecting the Joystick NOTE: For this procedure, refer to FIGURE 12.4 on page 75. Disconnecting 1. Hold the light GREY collar portion of the joystick connector with one hand and the  controller connector on the wheelchair in the other and disconnect them by pulling  them apart. Connecting The joystick connector and controller connector fit together in one way only. DO NOT force them together.

  • Page 75

    SECTION 12—ELECTRONICS Joystick Office Style Seat Controller Connector Joystick Cable Light Grey Collar Joystick Connector FIGURE 12.4 Disconnecting/Connecting the Joystick Part No 1125085 Pronto® M51™and M61™with SureStep®...

  • Page 76: Section 13—accessories, Installing/removing The Crutch/cane Holder

    SECTION 13—ACCESSORIES After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely - otherwise injury or damage may result. Before performing any maintenance, adjustment or service verify that On/Off switch on the joystick is in the Off position. Installing/Removing the Crutch/Cane Holder The installation of the crutch/cane holder onto the back of the seat significantly increases the length of the wheelchair.

  • Page 77: Installing/removing The Oxygen Holder

    Contact your oxygen supplier for instructions in the use of oxygen. Extreme care MUST be exercised when using oxygen in close proximity to electric circuits. The Invacare oxygen holder is designed to be used in conjunction with oxygen cylinder models MD15 and ME24 only.

  • Page 78: Installing/removing/using The Walker Holder

    SECTION 13—ACCESSORIES Installing/Removing/Using the Walker Holder INSTALLATION WARNINGS After any adjustments, repair or service and before use, make sure that all attaching hardware is tightened securely. The installation of the walker holder onto the back of the wheelchair seat increases the length of the wheelchair up to nine inches.

  • Page 79: Global Limited Warranty (excluding Canada)

    (excluding batteries), motors and gearboxes to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year 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 all batteries to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of six (6) months from the date of purchase from Invacare or a dealer, with a copy of the seller’s invoice required for coverage under this warranty.

  • Page 80: Canada Limited Warranty

    Invacare warrants the seat frame to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of three (3) 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.

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