CLEANING THE INSTRUMENT COVER
1If the instrument cover, control panel, etc. get soiled, wipe the surface clean with a dry cloth.
2If the instrument cover is noticeably stained, wipe the surface with a damp cloth which is moist-
ened in a tepid water solution of neutral detergent.
CLEANING THE CONTROL PANEL
CONTAMINATION BY DUST
Remove the dust with a soft brush, and wipe with the attached monitor cleaner.
CONTAMINATION BY FINGERPRINTS
Wipe with the attached monitor cleaner.
If the stain still remains, moisten the monitor cleaner with water and then wipe off the stain.
Do not use or apply any aerosol-type cleaner near the instrument.
If a drop of cleaner remains inside the measuring nozzle, the
patient's eye may be injured during measurement.
NOTE Do not clean plastic parts with solvents. Benzine, thinner, ether and gasoline
may cause discoloring and decomposition.
• Since the control panel screen is a touch panel, be sure to turn off the
switch before wiping. The touch panel will react and malfunc-
• When the monitor cleaner has become dirty, wash it. When washing, rinse
it thoroughly so no detergent is left. If any detergent remains, it may cause