If the MR400 fails to function properly or requires maintenance, contact technical support:
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Philips Medical Systems is concerned to help protect the natural environment, and to help
ensure continued safe and effective use of this product, through proper support, maintenance
Therefore Philips products are designed and manufactured to comply with relevant guidelines for
environmental protection. As long as the product is properly operated and maintained, it
presents no environmental risks. However, the product may contain material(s), which could be
harmful to the environment if disposed of incorrectly. Use of such material(s) is essential to
performing the functions of the product, and to meeting statutory and other requirements.
This section of the Instructions for Use is directed mainly at the user / owner of the product.
Operators are not usually involved in disposal, except in the case of certain batteries; see page
14‐22 for those details.
Expression MR400 Instructions for Use
A shock hazard exists if the MR400 is operated without covers.
Do not modify the MR400 Patient Monitoring System without authorization of the
Invivo (Royal Philips).
This product, or any of its parts, must not be repaired other than in accordance with written
instructions provided by Invivo (Royal Philips), or altered without prior written approval.
No repair should ever be undertaken or attempted by anyone not having a thorough
knowledge of the repair of Invivo (Royal Philips) patient monitoring systems. Only replace
damaged parts with components manufactured or sold by Invivo (Royal Philips). Contact
the Technical Service and Repair Center for assistance and service.
The user of this product shall have the sole responsibility for any malfunction which results
from improper use, faulty maintenance, improper repair, damage, or alteration by anyone
other than Invivo (Royal Philips) or its authorized service personnel.
Maintenance and Troubleshooting 14‐17