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Defibrillator/monitor.
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Symptoms
Table 49
General Problems (Continued)
Symptom

You receive a

technical alarm.

You receive a

technical alarm.

You receive a

technical alarm.

You receive an

technical alarm.

You receive a

technical alarm.

You receive a

technical alarm.
Your device's display remains
in Monitor Mode even
when you switch to a
different mode. Therapy is
disabled.


message on display.


message on the
display.

message on the display.
Device doesn't administer a
shock during Weekly Shock
Test.
Possible Cause
The device's internal
temperature is above 65°C
(149°F)
The previous shutdown was
caused by an internal device
error.
A power supply failure has
occurred but no critical
functions are affected.
One of the Ready For Use
tests failed to run to
completion at its scheduled
interval.
The device has been without
power for more than one
week.
The installed battery is
unable to charge the device
for defibrillation.
A non-critical software error
has occurred.
The Therapy knob has failed
an Operational Check.
A device failure has been
detected at startup or during
RFU testing. The device can
still monitor and deliver
therapy in an emergency.
Autotest has not been run in
over a week, possibly because
the device was without
power.
The device cannot determine
if all subsystems are
operational.
You are using a test plug or
paddles during the Weekly
Shock Test.
You are using a test load
during the Weekly Shock
test.
Potential Solution
Turn the device off and allow to cool. If the problem
persists, remove the device from use and call for service.
Run an Operational Check to diagnose the problem. If
the problem persists, remove the device from use and
call for service.
Run an Operational Check to diagnose the problem. If
the problem persists, remove the device from use and
call for service.
Run an Operational Check to diagnose the problem. If
the problem persists, remove the device from use and
call for service.
Insert a fully charged battery.
Run an Operational Check to diagnose the problem. If
the problem persists, remove the device from use and
call for service.
Restart device when it is appropriate to do so. If the
alarm continues, call for service.
Run a proper Operational Check to diagnose the
problem. If the problem persists, remove the device
from use and call for service.
If the device is not required for use on a patient, take it
out of use and call for service.
Run an Operational Check.
Run an Operational Check.
This is normal behavior. A shock is not delivered during
a Weekly Shock test using a test plug or paddles.
Confirm you did the test properly before taking the
device out of use and calling for service.
17: Troubleshooting
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