Maintaining the power console
There are no user serviceable parts within the console, however there are several
maintenance items to be observed.
CAUTION - Unplug the unit before starting any maintenance on the console.
The fan slots should be kept free from obstructions and periodically be inspected for
excessive build-up of dust and/or foreign material. A vacuum cleaner should be used to
clean the fan slots of any loose debris.
The slots on the bottom of the console should be kept free from obstructions and be
periodically inspected for build up of dust and/or foreign material. A vacuum cleaner
should be used to clean the slots of any loose debris.
The inside of the console clamp should be inspected periodically for build-up of deposits
and/or debris. A damp cloth soaked in mild detergent can be used to remove material. Do
not soak the inside of the clamp. Excessive fluid could cause damage.
At the end of the console’s useful life, dispose of the console according to local regulations.
Cleaning the Power ConsoLe
Disconnect from electrical power source. Wipe down console and foot switch with a clean,
damp cloth. Household all-purpose cleaners can be used to clean all surfaces. DO NOT
IMMERSE. Do not sterilize or immerse in disinfectant solution.
CAUTION - Do not sterilize or immerse the Power Console or the Foot Switch.
Replacing the Power Cord
If the power cord is damaged, it can be removed from the Power Console. FIRST, REMOVE
THE PLUG FROM THE WALL SOCKET. Do not pull on the cord itself. Remove plug from
console, again without pulling on the cord. Contact a Smith & Nephew representative to
order a replacement power cord.
Replacing the Foot Switch
If the foot switch is damaged, it should be removed from the Power Console. Contact a
Smith & Nephew representative to order a replacement foot switch.
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