Classic, Advanced and Luxe Couches Instructions Manual V4.2

Instructions Manual

8 Pages

GB  User Manual  For Gymna treatment and general practice couches models Classic, Advanced and Luxe. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.  Introduction ... 25 Use of the manual ... 25 Warranty ... 25 Liability... 25 Setting up ... 25 Safety precautions ... 26 Height adjustment ... 26 Adjustment of the Classic top sections ... 26 Adjustment of the Advanced and Luxe top sections ... 27 Quadroflex Advanced and Luxe ... 27 Adjustment of the arm supports... 28 Adjustment of the fold-down sections ... 28 Cleaning and disinfecting ... 28 User maintenance ... 28 Malfunctions ... 29 Decommissioning ... 29 Technical data ... 29 Conformity ... 29 Device Marking Symbols ... 29 Optional accessories ... 30  21. 21.1 21.2 21.3  Tilting safety precautions ... 31 Adjustments ... 31 Battery supply ... 31 Optional accessories ... 31  22. 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 22.5 22.6  Cushion heating ... 32 Operation... 32 Safety ... 32 Timer ... 32 Buttons ∆∇... 32 User maintenance ... 32 Technical data ... 32  1. Introduction Thank you for choosing a Gymna treatment and general practice couch. This product incorporates reliability, ease of use, safety and durability. The Gymna couches are exclusively designed in order to hold patients in different positions and may only be operated by qualified (para)medical personnel.  3. Warranty The warranty period for your Advanced and Luxe couch is three years, except for the imitation leather upholstery, which is guaranteed for one year. The warranty period for your Classic couch is two years, except for the imitation leather upholstery, which is guaranteed for one year. The above-mentioned warranty is not applicable in the following cases: a.  In the event of improper use of the couch;  b. In the event of non-observance of the precautions in this manual; c. If repair and maintenance are carried out by non-qualified service personnel who are not authorized by the manufacturer.  4. Liability The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any consequences incurred by the user, the patient or by the couch itself as a result of e.g. a.  A wrong diagnosis;  b.  Incorrect use of the couch or any of its accessories;  c. The wrong interpretation or non-observance of this user manual; d.  A lack of maintenance of the couch;  e. Or maintenance works of the couch and/or repairs performed by persons not authorized by the manufacturer. After a period of 10 (ten) years since the manufacturing date of the couch (or any of its accessories), the manufacturer can no longer be held responsible for malfunctions of the couch or its accessories and he will no longer be obliged to supply any spare parts or accessories.  5. Setting up Lifting up  •  While lifting the couch, it should be handled by the metal frame exclusively.  Moving the couch  •  Push the pedal A down completely with your foot.  •  The couch is now resting on its castors.  In order to use this treatment and general practice couch correctly and safely, it is important that you read these instructions carefully before using the couch.  2. Use of the manual General Please make sure that this user manual is always accessible to the personnel involved with the use of this equipment. The manual describes the correct use of different models and types. Some texts and/or illustrations are therefore not relevant to your Gymna couch.  Explanation of the symbols in this manual  The easiest way to operate the pedal is if you are standing alongside the couch. Never leave the couch on its castors; the pedal A must always remain in the vertical position. The couch may only be moved around when it is not carrying a patient.  = Safety instructions = Tips for use  •  = Instructions  - 25 -  115.310 V4.2
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