15: Operational and Shift Check
Operational Check Results
Each test that makes up the Operational Check either passes or fails (see
Once the Operational Check is completed, a summary note appears in the middle of the display. To
remove the message from the screen press the
If you fail an Operational Check for a therapy-related problem (for example a failed Therapy knob
or button), therapy is disabled. You receive messages on the display and the RFU indicator is a solid
Red X. After exiting Operational Check, the Efficia DFM100 restarts with therapy disabled.
NOTE: When exiting Operational Check, if the failure is related to the Therapy knob, you restart and
remain in Monitor Mode regardless of the knob's position on the dial. If the device does not turn off
with the knob in the OFF position, take it out of use and call for service.
The failure may have been caused by an improperly performed Operational Check. To clear the
failed Operational Check, successfully perform a proper Operational Check. If the device continues
to fail the Operational Check and you have confirmed you are performing the Operational Check
properly, take the device out of use and call for service.
Leads ECG Test Rerun
If the Leads ECG test fails, upon the completion of Operational Check, the Efficia DFM100
prompts you with the message
if the problem is in the device itself. If you do not wish to rerun Operational Check, press the Smart
Select knob to proceed without rerunning the test.
Re-Running Operational Check
Once Operational Check is completed, you can re-run Operational Check by pressing the
As soon as you remove the ECG cable, the device reruns Operational Check to check
soft key. To bring the messages back,
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