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14 If you ignore these Warnings or fail to inspect or maintain your
wheelchair as directed in the manual , you may fall, tip over or lose
control of the wheelchair and seriously injure yourself or others or
damage the wheelchair.
10.3 Tools needed
The HELIO C2 was designed to be serviced with
regular tools. All screws and bolts are standard and can
be adjusted with a wrench, socket wrench, or Allen key.
Do not use air or electric tool, tightening should be
done manually.
The list of tools is at the end of this manual.
10.4 General maintenance
10.4.1 Tire pressure
• Check tire pressure with a tire gauge.
• Verify recommended tire pressure, which is indicated on the
tire.
• Inflate if pressure is below recommended amount as labelled
on the sidewall.
• Do not inflate tire over recommended pressure, as stated on
the tire.
• Over inflation could result in tire failure and injury.
• Under inflation could result in a flat tire.
Max pressure
Pneumatic 1 3/8’’ 65 psi
Pneumatic High pressure 11/4 and 1 3/8’’ 110 psi
Pneumatic High pressure 1’’ 145 psi
10.4.2 Cleaning your wheelchair
• Use a soft clean cloth with soap and water to clean your
wheelchair.
• Rinse and dry the wheelchair adequately.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners.
• Do not use a pressure cleaner..
10.4.3 Storing and shipping your wheelchair
When not in use, keep your chair in a clean, dry area. Failure to
do so may result in your chair rusting and/or corroding.
If your chair has been in storage for more than a few weeks
you should make sure it is working properly. You should
inspect and service, if necessary, all items in section13 Safety
Inspection Checklist.
If your chair has been in storage for more than two months, it
should be inspected by a qualified technician.
When shipping you wheelchair use a strong cardboard box to
protect the wheelchair from any impact. Inspect the wheelchair
once it’s received.
10.5 Backrest
10.5.1 Removing/Installing the Back Canes
1
2
• Loosen the top bolts (1) (Fig.
11) and (2), which are also
used to support the armrest
socket (Swing Away and Flip
Back armrest).
• Slide the back post to remove
it from the tube.
• Reinstall the back post in the
reverse order and tighten
screws snugly.
• Tighten bolts (1) and (2) firmly.
Wheelchairs equipped with
Flip Back armrests; tighten
screw (1) while paying special
attention to the force needed
to flip back the armrest.
Fig. 11
10.5.2 Adjusting the Back Angle
• Loosen screw (1) (Fig. 12)
and remove screw (2) from
the levelling device.
• Adjust to desired angle by
sliding the mechanism.
• Reinstall screw (2) and
tighten both screws to fit
snugly.
Fig. 12
10.5.3 Removing/Installing the seat belt
• Remove Screw (1) in order to remove the seat belt clamp (2)
that is attached to the belt. (Fig. 13)
• Reinstall screw (1) directly on the frame clamp (3) (Fig. 14)
• Tighten screw (1) until it is properly tightened.
• Repeat the same steps on the other side
1
2
1
3
Fig. 13 Fig. 14
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