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Has anyone encounted error code 1014. I'm struggling to remedy the problem

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Arizant Bear Paws Service Procedures

PM Process:

  1. Perform electrical safety procedure.
  2. Install temperature test apparatus on end of hose.
  3. Expose test pots by lowering filter shroud.
  4. Replace filter.
  5. Extend hose to full length.
  6. Turn unit on to full value of thermostat control.
  7. Allow 10 minutes to stabilize
  8. Take reading (43.0C +/- 0.5)(if out, see calibration below).
  9. Push over-temp switch to advance temperature uncontrolled.
  10. Alarm lamp should light below 56C (There is no control of this value).

Calibration Process:

  1. Perform PM procedure until step 6 completed.
  2. Using small flat screwdriver, adjust temp reading gradualy through adjust hole under shroud.
  3. When 43.0C is met and stabilized, proceed with over-temp steps 7 & 8 above. 

Mon Aug 18 2014
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     Traxx recommends the battery be kept fully charged at all times. With the average patient, that can be at least once a week.  We recommend picking one day a week and let charge over-night.  Battery charger can be left on overnight and will automatically shut off when battery charge is complete. Remove charger from motor unit before using.      The lift system frame can be cleaned with a soft cloth, dampened with water and a non-abrasive cleaner.  The Sling is machine washable in warm water with  non-chlorine detergent and tumble dry on low heat or by hang drying.      Inspect for any appearance of damage or deterioration, if there is, do not use. Check to make sure the trolley in the rail moves freely. Replace any defective parts immediately and make sure patient lift is not in use until repairs are made. www.traxxms.com

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I have recently decided to build a Calibration Kit for the Baxter AS 40/50. It includes the fixtures to perform the Driver Position Calibration and the Syringe Recognition Calibration flawlessly. I can also include a weight rig however I know most tech's dont perform this portion of the calibration. If you are interested for more details or if you have any questions please feel free to contact me via email @ GenesisBiomedical@gmail.com.

Thanks,

Nicholas Philbrick

Wed Apr 09 2014
Last Reply Wed Apr 09 2014
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Does anyone have a copy of the PM procedure for the 2001 & the 2010?  We were supposed to have gotten rid of the last of these but 4 have shown up in a lab area & I am going to have to take care of them.

Thanks.

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The following suggestions will help Chemiclave users prevent needless service calls and/or repairs.

  1. Use Only Vapo-Steril Solution and store solution separately from other liquids to prevent inadvertent filling of reservoir with a foreign liquid. USE OF ANY LIQUID OTHER THAN VAPO-STERIL MAY PREVENT STERILIZATION AND MAY SEVERELY DAMAGE THE AUTOCLAVE,

  2. Always line the instrument tray with chemically pure Harvey Tray liners. Certain papers (such as paper towels) contain paper processing impurities and may stain or cause deposits in the tray and chamber if used as liners,

  3. Clean the tray at least weekly with Harvey Metal Cleaner to remove stains and prevent build-up of foreign deposits.

  4. Use Harvey Metal Polish on external surfaces daily to prevent residue accumulation.

  5. Check the door gasket periodically for cuts or wear to anticipate leaks and loss of Vapo-Steril Solution. Replace the door gasket yearly as a prevenative measure.

  6. Do not leave the door latched when not in use. Unnecessary pressure will shorten the life span of he door gasket. 

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Use a non-chloride cleanser (i.e. Cameo, Zud or Bar Keepers Friend) and a green scratch pad. At least once a week clean the inside of the lid of the cassette and the inside of the tray and the outside edge of the lower tray. Once a week take some liquid hand soap and lubricate all exposed surfaces of the seal, to keep it soft and supple. After cleaning, rinse and dry, then apply a liberal amount of Stat Dri to the inside metal surfaces. This SciCan product helps the water dry inside the cassette in less than one minute once the cassette is removed from the machine. Clean the outside surface of the Statim with a mild soap and water. The seal in the cassettes will last approximately 800 cycles and if maintained properly could last longer.

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Use a non-chloride cleanser (i.e. Cameo, Zud or Bar Keepers Friend) and a green scratch pad. At least once a week clean the inside of the lid of the cassette and the inside of the tray and the outside edge of the lower tray. Once a week take some liquid hand soap and lubricate all exposed surfaces of the seal, to keep it soft and supple. After cleaning, rinse and dry, then apply a liberal amount of Stat Dri to the inside metal surfaces. This SciCan product helps the water dry inside the cassette in less than one minute once the cassette is removed from the machine. Clean the outside surface of the Statim with a mild soap and water. The seal in the cassettes will last approximately 800 cycles and if maintained properly could last longer.

 

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