Routine Maintenance; Cleaning The Chamber And Inner Attachments - Sanyo MCO-18AC UV Instruction Manual

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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE

Cleaning the chamber and inner attachments

When the chamber of the incubator is contaminated, the chamber and internal attachments should be
cleaned and sterilized as follows.
WARNING
Before performing any repairs or maintenance, turn OFF the power switch and unplug the incubator.
Failure to do say may result in electric shock or injury.
Be careful not to inhale chemicals, vapors or aerosols when cleaning the incubator. Doing so may
be harmful to health.
CAUTION
Wear rubber gloves when performing maintenance on the chamber. Failure to wear gloves may
result in cuts or abrasions from sharp edges or corners.
Note:
Be careful not to damage the water level sensor or the UV lamp in the chamber duct (if the
MCO-18AC(UV) or an optional UV system kit MCO-18UVS3 is installed).
Do not use detergents or antiseptic solutions with acid, alkali, or chlorine. Doing so may cause
discoloration, corrosion, or rusting.
1. Close the valve of the CO
2. Open the outer door. Remove 2 pins fixing the inner door hinge and remove the inner door.
3. Pull out the all trays. (See Fig. 1.)
4. Lift the front of the tray supports and pull them out. (See Fig. 2.)
5. (MCO-18AC(UV) or when an optional UV system kit MCO-18UVS3 is installed)
Lift the humidifying pan cover off from the pins on the rear side. (See Fig. 3.)
gas cylinder and turn off the power to the incubator.
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Fig. 1
Tray support
Fig.2
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Humidifying pan cover
Fig.3

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