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17: Troubleshooting
Table 49
General Problems (Continued)
Symptom

message on display.

message on
display.

message on
display.

message on display.

message
on display.


technical alarm.
The power gauge on the side
of the battery does not work
when you first receive the
battery.
One or more controls do
not respond as expected (e.g.
Lead Select button does not
function, soft keys do not
work).
Trending data is not
appearing on the display.

You receive a

technical
alarm.

You receive a

technical alarm.

You receive a
technical alarm.
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Possible Cause
There is a problem with the
Therapy cable and/or the
device's Therapy port.
The battery has reached its
end of life.
The battery may not have
enough remaining charge to
provide six 200J shocks and
10 minutes of monitoring.
Very low battery and the
device is not connected to
AC power.
Battery charge is depleted
and the device is not
connected to AC power.
The Efficia DFM100 is not
able to communicate with
the battery.
Battery was shutdown to
prolong its life during
shipping.
There is a faulty control or
connection problem.
You might not be in Monitor
Mode.
You have reached the eight
hour duration limit for the
current event.
A non-critical device failure
has occurred.
Potential Solution
When prompted, pick the correct cable type from the
menu and press the Smart Select knob. (If you select the
wrong cable type in error, unplug and re-plug in the
cable.)
Replace the Therapy cable.
If problems persist, take the device out of use and call
for service.
Replace the battery.
Connect to AC power.
Insert a fully-charged battery.
Connect to AC power to restart the device.
Connect to AC power.
Insert a fully-charged battery.
If problems persist, call for service. If battery power is
essential to patient care, take the device out of use.
Insert the battery in a Efficia DFM100 for about 1
minute to awaken it.
Remove the device from use and call for service.
Make sure your device is in Monitor Mode before
attempting to display trending information.
To continue event recording, you need to start a new
event by powering the device off for 10 seconds and
then turning it back on. Do not perform this function if
patient safety is an issue.
Recording of events and waves has stopped. Restart
device when it is appropriate to do so. If the alarm
continues, call for service.
Restart device when it is appropriate to do so. If the
alarm continues, call for service.
Symptoms

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