Service Manual - Invacare

Service Manual - Invacare

Service Manual

Service ManualInhaltsverzeichnisGeneral.......................................................................................................................... 4Introduction 4Spare parts and adaptations 4Fastening with hexagon socket bolts 4Torque 5Checks 5Identifying and repairing faults 5Seat................................................................................................................................ 6Seat width (SB) 6Seat depth (ST) 6Rear seat-to-floor height (SHh) 6Rear seat height adjustment – Low impact system 6Rear seat height adjustment – without Low impact system 7Tipping point adjustment 8Front seat-to-floor height (SHv) 10Seat angle (SW) 10Backrest...................................................................................................................... 11Replacing the backrest tube 12Backrest angle (RW) 12Adjusting the backrest height 13Replacing the handle 14Replacing foldable push handles 14Footrests .................................................................................................................... 15Lower leg length (UL) 15Replacing footrests 15Adjusting the footrest height 15Fitting and adjusting high-mounted footrest 16Angle-adjustable footplate, adjusting the angle 16Side parts.................................................................................................................... 17Clothes-guard/mudguard 17Siderests 19Front wheels............................................................................................................... 20Replacing a front wheel 20Replacing a front wheel fork 20Rear wheels................................................................................................................. 21Control of rear wheel parallelism 21Rear wheel axle replacement 22Brakes.......................................................................................................................... 23Parking brakes assembly and adjustment 23Options & accessories................................................................................................ 24Antitipper assembly and adjustment 243 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualGeneralIntroductionThis service manual is part of the instructions and contains the technicalinformation for servicing, configuring and repairing a Küschall® wheelchair.To guarantee the required safety and reliability, all wheelchairs must becomprehensively checked once a year.In part, assembly and adjustment require extensive experience. For thisreason, the following assembly instructions have been split into threecategories:RequirementEasy – technical understanding requiredMedium – technical knowledge requiredDifficult – technical knowledge and expertise inassembling wheelchairs requiredSymbol•◦◦••◦•••GLSBThe required tools and their respective sizes are listed above each instruction.The instructions include information on the torques with which therespective screw connections must be tightened. Adhering to the giventorques requires the use of a torque spanner.ToolSymbolAllen key à 3, 4, 5, 8Phillips screwdriver Ò 2GBOpen-end spanner 8, 10, 11, 19Socket spanner/Box spanner 8, 10Spare parts and adaptationsAll spare parts may be obtained from the Küschall® customer service department.An electronic spare parts catalogue can be found Only original spare parts may be used. The writtenauthorisation of Küschall® AG must be obtained before installing additionaladaptations on a Küschall® wheelchair.Fastening with hexagon socket boltsHexagon socket bolts are not designed to withstand an excessive applicationof force. When tightening or undoing a hexagon socket bolt, forcemust be applied to the nut wherever possible to avoid damaging the bolt.Tightening and undoing Turn the nut using a socket spanner (only use an open-end spanner ifthere is insufficient space), using the Allen key simply to stop the boltturning.Tightening and undoing when no nut is presentIf a hexagon socket bolt is screwed directly into a thread, the bolt must betightened using the Allen keyiEnsure that the Allen key is of good qualityand not worn.4 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualTorque All bolts must be tightened with the torque specified in the following instructions.ChecksVisual check Check the entire frame for cracks, especially in the vicinity of joints and weld seams.Check of the bolts Check that all bolts have been tightened with the torque specified in the instructions.jjSeveral bolts are secured with adhesive. If these are loosened, they have to be cleaned andsecured with adhesive again.Self-locking nuts and screws, once loosened, have to be replaced by new ones.Identifying and repairing faultsFault Possible cause ActionIncorrect tyre pressure on one rearwheelCorrect tyre pressureThe wheelchair does nottravel in a straight lineThe wheelchair tips tooeasilyThe brakes are grippingpoorly or asymmetricallyOne or more spokes brokenSpokes tightened unevenlyFront wheel bearings are dirty ordamagedBackrest angle too largeWrong seat positionIncorrect tyre pressure in one or bothrear tyresBrake setting incorrectTyre pressure in rear tyres is too lowReplace broken spoke(s)Tighten loose spokesClean or replace the bearingsReduce backrest angleChange seat positionCorrect tyre pressureCorrect brake settingCorrect tyre pressureThe rolling resistance is veryhighThe front wheels wobblewhen moving fastThe front wheel is stiff orstuckRear wheels are not parallelFront wheel axles are restrained by dirtor hairBearings are dirty or faultyToo little tension on the clevis pinhousingFront wheel is worn flatBearings are dirty or faultyMake rear wheels parallelClean front wheel axlesReplace the bearingsTighten the nut on the castor forkslightlyReplace front wheelReplace the bearings5 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSeatSeatSeat width (SB)Available seat widths: SB 340 to SB 440, in 20 mm steps.Once it has been set the seat width cannot be modified easily. It requires replacing the seat module,possibly the centerpart, the backrest, axle and possibly the footrest. This modification is not describedin the service manual.Seat depth (ST)Available seat depths: ST 375 to ST 475 in 25 mm steps.Adjusting the seat depth requires replacing the entire seat module including seat upholstery andrail, as well as the seat cushion.Rear seat-to-floor height (SHh)Available rear seat heights: SHh 400 to SHh 490 in 10 mm steps.To adjust the rear seat height it is necessary to change the rear suspension configuration of thespring (or fixed connection piece) and distance rings, Chap. Seat; ‹Rear seat height adjustment with/without „Low-Impact-System“›.The following configurations are possible:Rear seat-to-floor height by rear wheel sizewith ‹low impactsystem›without ‹low impactsystem›SHh 24‘‘ wheel 25‘‘ wheel 24‘‘ wheel 25‘‘ wheel400 — — S1 —410 — — S2 S1420 — — S3 / M1 S2430 1 — M2 S3 / M1440 2 1 M3 / L1 M2450 3 2 L2 M3 / L1460 4 3 L3 / XL1 L2470 5 4 XL2 L3 / XL1480 — 5 XL3 XL2490 — — — XL3Rear seat height adjustment – Low impact system33145176 à 7 Nm72 26 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSeatTipping point adjustmentThe tipping point of the wheelchair can be adjusted by changing the horizontalposition of the seat module.13624 à 7 Nm à 7 Nm à 7 Nm à 13 Nm57Making it easier to tip the wheelchairDifficulty: ••• Tool: Ã 4, 5 Loosen bolts . Remove bolts (=4 bolts that connect the rear brace and the seatmodule ). Move the rear brace forward and use the bolts to secure it in therequired position. Remove bolts (=4 bolts that connect the front brace and the seatmodule ). Move the front brace forward and use the bolts to secure it in therequired position. Retighten the bolts .Making it more difficult to tip the wheelchairDifficulty: ••• Tool: Ã 4, 5 Loosen bolts . Remove bolts (=4 bolts that connect the front brace and the seatmodule ). Move the front brace backwards and use the bolts to secure it in therequired position. Remove bolts (=4 bolts that connect the rear brace and the seatmodule ). Move the rear brace backwards and use the bolts to secure it in therequired position. Retighten the bolts .ijAdditional positions can be set by turning the front brace . In this case,the fastening elements must be moved.When tightening the fastening elements , it must be ensured that theslots in the fastening elements are parallel to one another and that thedistance of both fastening elements from the centre part is identical.8 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSeatSeat position(1=rearmost,6=frontmostseat position)Dimension x(the larger thevalue of x, theeasier it is to tipthe wheelchair)Seat position and tipping pointFront brace(1=frontmost,4=rearmost positionof brace at seatmodule)Rear brace(1=frontmost,5=rearmost positionof brace at seatmodule)Bracket distance(=distancebetween bracketsof front brace)Brace distance(=distance betweenrear brace and frontbrace)1 154 1 1 small 1902 131 2 2 small 1903 108 3 3 small 1904 85 4 4 small 1903 108 1 3 large 2364 85 2 4 large 2365 62 3 5 large 2366 39 4 5 large 2135 432143219 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSeatFront seat-to-floor height (SHv)The front seat height is variable between SHv 460 and SHv 510 (± 10 mm).The front seat height is dependent on several factors that interact with eachother. In addition to the size of the rear wheels, the frame, seat depth and rearseat height influence the seat height.The following combinations of front and rear wheels are possible:90°75°A B C D E F25243'' 4'' 5''Front and rear wheel combinationFront wheelRear wheel Frame3'' 4'' 5''24’’75° D C B90° B A —25’’75° E D C90° C B —iOnly choose wheel and axle combinations specified in the table toensure that the frame is straight and the axis of the front wheel fork isperpendicular to the ground.To achieve the desired front seat height, there are three frames ofdifferent heights available (long, medium, short):FrameSHv24’’ 25’’long 500 510medium 480 490short 460 470Seat angle (SW)The seat angle is determined by the difference between the rear seat height(SHh) and the front seat height (SHv).10 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualBackrestBackrestThe adjustable back is fitted with velcro bands and a cover. Apart from theadjustable back there is the light cover, which is produced individually foreach backrest height (RH) and seat width (SB).Backrest height (RH) to cover, backrest tube, pushhandles and bandsRHcoverbackresttubepushhandle telescopic tubestraight standard pushhandles foldable pushhandles bands abovestabilizing bartopband270 S S S 1-band 285 S S S 1-band 300 S S S 1-band 315 S L S 1-band 330 S L S 2-bands 345 M L S 2-bands 360 M L S 2-bands 375 M L S 2-bands+1-band390 M L L 2-bands+1-band405 M L L 2-bands+1-band420 L L L 2-bands+1-band10 cm backrestband, 2 parts 123435 L L L 4-bands 450 L L L 4-bands 465 L L L 4-bands 578Backrest height (RH) to pushhandles, telescopictubes and bands9RHbands abovestabilizing bar270 1-band without pushhandles topbandtelescopic tubebended S610285 1-band S300 1-band S315 1-band S87330 2-bands S345 2-bands S360 2-bands S375 2-bands+1-band M390 2-bands+1-band M405 2-bands+1-band Mendband, 10 cm 420 2-bands+1-band M435 4-bands L450 4-bands L465 4-bands LA 1-band strap is placed beneath the stabilizing bar if there is a clothesguard,and a 2-bands strap if there is a mudguard.11 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

90°86°82°82°74°78°90°86°82°82°74°78°90°86°82°82°74°78°90°86°82°82°74°78°90°86°82°82°74°78°Service ManualBackrestReplacing the backrest tubeDifficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 3,4 8, 10 Remove the backrest padding. Slide the backrest bands upwards or downwards to gain access to thescrews . Remove the screws and nuts on both sides. Remove the push handles or the telescopic tubes and remove theupper Velcro® bands.1 Remove the screws on the backrest joint.2 Remove the lower Velcro® bands and the sleeve with the adjustmentscrew from the backrest tube and fit both to the new backresttube. Fit the backrest tube to the backrest joint with the screws . Here, firstfit the lower screw followed by the upper screw. Fit the upper Velcro® bands and the push handles or the telescopictubes again and fix them with screws and nuts.34 Carry out the same setting on both sides. Refit the backrest padding.jThe excentre plates must be adjusted identically on both sides of thewheelchair, ‹Adjusting the backrest angle›. à 7 Nm à 7 Nm à 7 NmCheck:Check the settings of the adjustment screws on both sides. The screwhead must only lightly touch the seat module when the backrest is in theupright position. If necessary, readjust the length by releasing the counternut and tightening or loosening the adjustment screw. Then retighten thecounter nut .jIncorrectly adjusted adjustment screws result in damage to thebackrest joint’s mechanism, ‹Adjusting the backrest joint›.Backrest angle (RW)The angle of the backrest can be changed by repositioning the excentreplate in the backrest joint plate.The following angles (measured from the seat) can be set:6574° 78° 82° 86° 90°12 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualBackrestAdjusting the backrest angleDifficulty: ••◦ Tools: Ã 3, 101 Fold down the backrest and release the counter nut of the adjustmentscrew and screw it in completely. Remove the screw on the excentre plate . Remove the excentreplate and reinsert it in the desired position.4jThe excentre plates must be set identically on both sides of thewheelchair.512 Reinsert the screw and tighten it. Fold the backrest up until the stop bolts engage and unscrew theadjustment screw until it touches the frame and the backrest jointno longer moves.43 Tighten the counter nut .Adjusting the backrest joint à 4 Nm à 7 NmDifficulty: ••◦ Tools: 10 Put the backrest up and let the pin engage. Press the backrest forwards to ensure the joint cannot move.53 Unscrew the screw until it touches the spigot of the seat frame. Screw the screw back in by between a ¼ and a ½ turn and counter withthe counter nut .2134 à 7 Nm Correctly adjust the backrest joint on both sides.Function check:Sit in the wheelchair and lean back so that the backrest is strained. Uponpulling the release cord , the pin must be easily removed on bothsides and must fully glide back in upon letting go of the release cord.Adjusting the backrest heightReadjusting the push handle/telescopic tubeDifficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 3 8 Remove the backrest padding. Remove the screw connection and adjust the desired height of thepush handle or the telescopic tube. Insert the screw connection again and tighten the nut. Carry out the same setting on both sides. Refit the backrest padding.iIf the desired height cannot be achieved, you must use a differenttelescopic tube or push handle.1 à 7 Nm13 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualBackrestReplacing the handleAn adhesive (e.g. hair spray) is used in these instructions. When applied tothe handle, this substance works as a lubricant and as an adhesive once dry.jAfter drying, the adhesive used must be able to resist a pull-off forceof 750 N. If in doubt, contact Küschall® AG.Difficulty:••◦0 Remove the old handle.0 Remove any residue (residual adhesive, grease, dust) from the pushhandle tube.0 Apply a thin layer of hair spray all over the surface of the push handletube onto which the handle is to be slid.0 Apply a thin layer of hair spray to the inside of the handle.0 Slide the new handle onto the push handle tube.0 Move the handle into the correct position (grooves facing upwards).iIf a long handle has been fitted and this is to be replaced with a shortone, the push handle tube must be shortened by 35 mm. The pushhandle tube must be replaced when switching from a short to a longhandle.Replacing foldable push handlesDifficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã40 Remove the old foldable push handle and the old threaded sleeve.0 Slide the new threaded sleeve onto the telescopic tube .jFor safety reasons, it is important that a new threaded sleeve is usedand that the old sleeve is not left in, and reused for, the telescopictube.0 Slide the new foldable push handle onto the telescopic tube .0 Fix the foldable push handle with the screw .iThe telescopic tube must be replaced if a foldable push handle hasnot been fitted and a foldable push handle is to be newly fitted.34 à 7 Nm2114 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualFootrestsFootrestsThe footrest must be selected in accordance with the seat width. A standardfootrest and an angle-adjustable footrest are available. Furthermore,there is the possibility of a high-mounted footrest.Lower leg length (UL)To change the lower leg length, the footrest can be fixed at a higher orlower position. Table, Chap. Frame. The shortest lower leg lengths can beachieved using the high-mounted footrest. ‹Fitting and adjusting highmountedfootrest›Replacing footrests1Difficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 4 8 Remove the screw connections on both sides. Remove the footrest and replace it with a new one. Tighten the screw connections on both sides. Carry out the same setting on both sides.Adjusting the footrest height à 4 NmDifficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 4 8The height of the footrest can be adjusted in 10 mm steps. Remove the screw connections on both sides. Slide the footplate to the desired height. Tighten the screw connections on both sides. Carry out the same setting on both sides.iIf the desired lower leg length cannot be achieved, a high-mountedfootrest must be used ‹Fitting and adjusting a high-mountedfootrest› à 4 Nm115 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualFootrestsFitting and adjusting high-mounted footrest3Difficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 4, 5 8, 10 Fit the frame bar for the high-mounted footrest to the front frame onboth sides using the screw connections .21 Fix the clamp set to both sides of the frame using the screwconnection . Only tighten lightly. Slide the high-mounted footplate into the clamp set and to thedesired height.45 à 7Nm à 7 Nm Tighten the screw connections on both sides.Angle-adjustable footplate, adjusting the angleDifficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 4 10 To adjust the angle, release the four screw connections until thefootplate can be moved. Check and/or adjust the distance between the left and the right sidesby pushing in or pulling out the tubes below the footplate in such a waythat the bearings blocks are perpendicular to the ground. Tilt the footplate into the desired position and tighten the screwconnections .jThe angle of the footplate must be set so that the user’s feet cannotslide off the plate.11 à 13 Nm16 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSide partsSide partsClothes-guard/mudguardThe clothes-guard fitted as standard can be replaced by a mudguard.Clothes-guard and mudguard are available in plastic or in carbon. For thecarbon mudguard there is an additional size (XL) for the two smallest rearseat hights (SHh).Clothes-guard sizeWheel sizeSHh 24‘‘ 25‘‘400 L L410 L L420 L L430 L L440 M L450 M L460 M L470 M M480 M M490 M MMLMudguard size plasticWheel sizeSHh 24‘‘ 25‘‘400 L L410 M L420 M L430 M L440 M M450 M M460 M M470 M M480 M M490 M MLMudguard size carbonWheel sizeSHh 24‘‘ 25‘‘400 L L / XL410 L L420 L L430 L L440 M L450 M L460 M L470 M M480 M M490 M MLXL17 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSide partsReplacing the clothes-guardThe mounting element on the backrest must already be fitted.Difficulty: ••◦ Tools: Ã 3, 41 If present, remove the clothes-guard to be replaced by loosening thescrew connection . Check the correct position of the clothes-guard with fitted rearwheel. Here, find the suitable height on the clothes-guard for fixingthe screw connection to the backrest mount . If necessary, the holder on the seat module can be replaced. Here,remove the screw .iThe clothes-guard is correctly positioned if it can be inserted betweenthe seat module and the holder and the upper edge runs above therear wheel.32 à 4 Nm à 4 Nm4Fitting the mudguard5Difficulty: ••◦ Tools: Ã 3, 4 10 Ò 2Remove the clothes-guard and the mounting elements on the backrest andthe seat. Fit the holder to the seat module using the screw connections andthen refit the rear wheel.2 Slightly loosen the screws on the adjustment plate and slide it alongthe mudguard carrier until the mudguard is at the right height. The position of the mudguard can also be adjusted: Here, loosen thescrew connections and , position the mudguard as required andtighten the screw connections and again. Tighten the screws again.14 Carry out the same setting on both sides. By tightening or loosening the screws you can adjust how easily thearmrest can be pulled out or pushed in.ijThe existing axle may not be sufficiently long for the newconfiguration with mudguard. In this case, a longer axle must befitted. ‹Changing the wheel chamber / fitting and adjusting an axle›The distance between the mudguard and the wheel must be> 25 mm in loaded condition to prevent fingers from becomingcaught between the wheel and the mudguard.532 à 7 Nm à 4 Nm à 7 Nm à 7 Nm18 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualSide partsSiderestsFitting and adjusting a height-adjustable siderestDifficulty: ••◦ Tools: Ã 4, 5 Ò 2 Fit the holder and the bracket to the seat module on both sides.Tighten the screws only lightly. Fit the bar between the two brackets using the screws . Tightenthe screws . To adjust the armrest height, insert the armrest into the holder .315242 Loosen the screws for the height adjustment and slide it into thedesired position.6 Then retighten the screws for the height adjustment. By tightening or loosening the screws , you can adjust how easily thearmrest can be pulled out or pushed in. à 7 Nm à 7 Nm7 à 4 Nm8119 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualFront wheelsFront wheelsReplacing a front wheelDifficulty: •◦◦ Tools: Ã 2x3 Remove the screw with disk on one side. Remove the wheel axle . Remove the front wheel . Place the sleeves between the new front wheel and the fork. Slide the axle through the fork, sleeves and the front wheel andfix the axle using the screw . Here, use the new screw supplied withthe wheel as this screw comes with a thread-locking device.Function check:143421 à 4 NmThe wheel may not wobble, but must rotate easily.Replacing a front wheel forkDifficulty: ••◦ Tools: 10 Remove the sealing cap of the bearings block by inserting twoscrewdrivers into the grooves and flipping it off. Remove the nut with the washer . Remove the front wheel fork . Check the ball bearings and replace them if necessary.125443 Insert the new front wheel fork with the washer and the nut andtighten the nut. Carry out the function check (see below). Replace the sealing cap .AFunction check:Tip the wheelchair backwards by 90° so that it is lying on the backrest andthe rear wheels. Turn the fork upwards (position A) and let it tip downwards.The fork has been correctly adjusted if it easily turns to beyond the bottommostpoint and remains there (position B).BCIf the fork turns back to the lower position (position C), it has not been sufficientlytightened. There is a risk that the front wheels will start to wobbleat high speeds.20 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualRear wheelsRear wheelsControl of rear wheel parallelism2Difficulty: ••• Tool: Ã 5 Loosen the two bolts that clamp the centrepart to the axle . Rotate the axle tube to set the correct position. Tighten the two centrepart bolts , then replace the axle protectionrings (if fitted).iThis adjustment must be carried out on a perfectly horizontalsurface. The track of the rear wheel is correct if (measured at heightof hub) the distance between the rear wheels is the same at the frontand back (x=y).1354 à 7 Nm21 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualRear wheelsRear wheel axle replacementA new axle has to be fitted if a different rear wheel camber is required.Difficulty: ••• Tool: Ã 5 Remove the antitipper (if fitted), Chap. Options and accessories;‹Antitipper assembly and adjustment›.A Remove the rear wheels and the axle protection rings (if fitted). Remove the two bolts that clamp the centrepart to the axle . Remove the axle by sliding it out of the centrepart .2iIt may be necessary to gently prise the centrepart apart slightly witha boltdriver to remove or replace the axle without scratching it. Thismust be done very carefully to prevent cracking the coating of thecentrepart.3 Slide the new axle into the centrepart . The centrepart must beapproximately in the middle of the axle. Loosely replace the two bolts , then replace the rear wheels.4 Check that the axle is exactly in the middle by measuring the distancefrom the inside of the wheel to the edge of the seat module (distanceA). Both sides must have the same measurement. If adjustment isnecessary, slide the axle to the appropriate side.251 Check that the rear wheel parallelism is correct by referring to controlof rear wheel parallelism, Chap. Rear wheels; ‹Control of rear wheel parallelism›. à 7 Nm Tighten the two centrepart bolts . Replace the axle protection rings (if fitted)iThe bore of the axle protection ring is slightly larger at one end tomake it easier to fit it to the end of the axle. Replace the antitipper (if fitted).22 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualBrakesBrakesParking brakes assembly and adjustmentDifficulty: ••◦ Tool: Ã 5jjFollowing each positioning, the rear wheel parking brakes (e.g. whenchanging the wheel chamber) must be readjusted.The parking brake function is only guaranteed if the tire has thecorresponding air pressure. Ensure sufficient air is in the tyres. Loosen the hexagon socket bolts holding the brake assembly tothe frame clamp . Slide the brake assembly to the required position and tighten thehexagon socket bolts .iiWhen the brake is on, the brake shoe must press approx. 4 mminto the tire.Furthermore, please note that very little force is required foractivating and deactivating the brake. If necessary, a brake leverextension can be fitted.3 à 13 Nm142Visual checkCheck that the parking brake is correctly positioned. The brake is correctlyadjusted if the brake shoe does not press more than 4 mm into the tirewhen the brake is on.Function checkPlace the loaded wheelchair on a ramp with a 7° slope with the parkingbrake on. The wheelchair must not move. Carry out this check with thewheelchair both facing down the ramp and facing up the ramp.23 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

Service ManualOptions & accessoriesOptions & accessoriesAntitipper assembly and adjustment5Difficulty: ••• Tool: Ã 52 Remove the existing (short) pivot pin and replace with the longerpivot pin . (Please note that the pivot pin is secured with strongadhesive.) Loosely assemble the 2 parts of the clamp onto the axle with thebolts .641 Slide the clamp as close as possible to the centerpart and onto thepivot pin .73jThe pivot pin must be fully engaged in the clamp to prevent theantitipper from turning on the axle. Tighten the bolts . Slide the antitipper onto the clamp and secure with theQuickPin .Adjusting the height of the antitipper8 The height of the antitipper can be adjusted by pressing the springpin and sliding the inner part of the antitipper to the requiredposition until the spring pin locates in the correct hole.Function check:The distance between the antitipper and the ground must be 40 - 60 mm.It must be easy to fold up the antitipper.Tip the wheelchair backwards using the antitipper until the axle is perpendicularto the antitipper’s point of contact with the ground. In this position,the distance between the rear wheel and the ground must be at least50 mm.xx50 mm24 © Küschall AG, Schweiz | 2011-12

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