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Deluxe Attendant Propelled Steel Wheelchair
VA169
Assembly and Operating Instructions
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    Deluxe Attendant Propelled Steel Wheelchair

    VA169

    Assembly and Operating Instructions
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    This file is available to view and download as a PDF at
    www.aidapt.co.uk. Sight impaired customers can use a free
    PDF Reader (such as adobe.com/reader) to zoom in and
    increase the text size for improved readability.
    READ BEFORE USE
    Before using your new Wheelchair, you and each person that may assist you in its
    use should take time to read this manual and follow all instructions.
    INTRODUCTION
    Thank you for purchasing your wheelchair from Aidapt. This model has been
    designed to help you gain independence and meet your particular requirements.
    Throughout the manufacturing process, great care has been taken; the
    components have been selected by quality and inspections carried out to ensure
    you get full satisfaction from our product, including BS EN12183 2009.
    PLEASE NOTE:
    Your Wheelchair has a unique identification serial number. This is located on the
    main cross brace below the seat canvass and should be used in all correspondence.
    Write your serial number here for future ref: ………………………………………
    Model VA169 is intended for assistance pushing use only and not for wheeling by
    the person sitting in the Wheelchair.
    The maximum user weight is 115 kg; under no circumstances should this be
    exceeded
    Before each use please take the time to check your Wheelchair for any loose parts.
    Any modification to this product without the express permission from Aidapt will
    invalidate your guarantee.

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    SAFETY SUMMARY
    The following recommendations are made for the safe use of the wheelchair.
    NOTE: Do not assemble or use this equipment without first reading and
    understanding this instruction manual.
    If you cannot understand the instructions, please contact Aidapt, a Healthcare
    Professional or a Dealer before installing this equipment.
    • Before using this product, care must be taken to ensure that fitments are
    secure, the castors/wheels are in good working order, the wheelchair is
    properly balanced and all wheels must be in contact with the floor at all times
    during use.
    • For safe operation, the following points must be remembered:
    i. Always observe the limits regarding reaching objects, leaning back,
    tilting and use of manual brakes, tyres and weights limits. These are
    dealt with under the section headed Assembly and Use.
    ii. The footplates are designed only to support the feet while in the
    seated position. DO NOT STAND ON THE FOOT PLATES.
    iii. The upholstery meets the flammability requirements of the California
    Bureau of home furnishings technical bulletin 117. Care should be
    exercised near open flames or burning cigarettes.
    iv. WARNING: Surface areas of your Wheelchair can get hot when the
    wheelchair is exposed to external sources of heat (eg. sunlight).
    • Please now refer to the section on Assembly and use.

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    ASSEMBLY
    1. First remove all contents from the box.
    2. To open the wheelchair, push seat rails and press downwards until the
    chair is fully opened taking care to keep fingers clear of moving parts
    (Fig. 1).
    3. To close the wheelchair, take the centre of the seat fabric at the front and
    back edges and lift (Fig. 2).
    Note: The seat rails must be fully engaged in the seat frame support brackets
    before sitting down.

    Fig. 1

    Fig. 2

    Note: When opening and closing your Wheelchair please keep fingers well away
    from any possible entrapment areas.
    The only part of the Wheelchair that can be adjusted are the leg rests. Ideally your
    knees should be at 90 degrees with the seat. If you are not sure please contact a
    healthcare professional or your local Wheelchair dealer for advice.

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    BRAKE OPERATION
    Parking Brakes (Occupant)
    See Fig. 7 which shows the wheelchair with the parking brake not applied. To apply
    the parking brake push the handle forward as in Fig. 7a until it ‘clicks’ and this will
    apply the brake.

    Handle
    Adjuster

    Nut A

    Fig. 7

    Fig. 7a

    Attendant Brakes
    These are located on the handles and have a 2 click system. See Fig 7b. To slow the
    wheelchair pull the brake handles which will ‘click’ once and then by applying
    further pressure it will increase braking. By pressing harder the brake handle will
    ‘click’ again which means the parking brake has been applied. To release the brakes
    (from either the 1 click or 2 click position) then press the release handle.

    Brake Handle

    Release Handle

    Fig. 7b

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    BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
    The brakes may need to be adjusted periodically. We would advise that this is done
    by a competent person.
    For normal adjustment see Fig. 7a, whereby ‘Nut A’ needs to be released and then
    the adjustor needs to be turned clockwise/anticlockwise to adjust the brakes. After
    adjustment re-tighten Nut A. Should further adjustment be needed then see Fig. 7c
    where the hex nut needs to be undone and the cable pulled and tightened before
    re-locking with the allen key.

    Hex Nut
    (insert allen key here)

    Pull this cable

    Fig. 7c

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    USE
    WARNING: The centre of balance is affected by a change in posture body position
    or weight distribution.
    Many activities require the wheelchair owner to reach, bend and transfer into and
    out of the wheelchair. These movements will cause a change to normal balance,
    centre of gravity and weight distribution of the wheelchair.
    The design of your wheelchair enables it to remain stable for normal everyday
    usage if used correctly in accordance with the recommendations in this manual.
    1. Reaching/bending forward
    Move the wheelchair as close as possible to the object you wish to reach.
    Position the front castors so that they are extended as far forward as possible.
    Fully engage the wheel locks on the rear wheels. Only reach out to take what
    is within arm’s length in normal sitting position. Only the arms should extend
    beyond the seat of the wheelchair.
    2. Reaching/bending backwards
    Move the wheelchair as close as possible to the object you wish to reach.
    Reach back only as far as your arm will extend without changing your seating
    position. Do not lean over the top of the back upholstery as this could change
    your centre of gravity and may cause you to tip over.
    3. Reaching/leaning sideways
    Move the wheelchair as close as possible to the object you wish to reach.
    Rotate the front castors to a line in the direction you will be reaching. Fully
    engage the wheel locks on the rear wheels. Do not shift your weight or sitting
    position towards the object you are reaching as it may cause the wheelchair to
    tip over.
    4. Transferring
    Before attempting to transfer in and out of the wheelchair, every precaution
    should be taken to ensure the gap between the two seats is as small as
    possible. Be certain that the wheel locks are on to prevent the wheels moving.
    Turn both castors in the direction of the seat to which you wish to move. Lift
    up the footplates and fold back the supports to the side. Do not stand on the
    footplates. It is imperative that the actual transfer procedure be supervised by
    a certified health care professional until the wheelchair owner is familiar with
    the procedure.

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    5. Negotiating Obstacles
    5.1 Forwards
    The wheelchair should be tilted by the helper until the front castors have
    passed over the kerbs. Move the wheelchair forward until the rear wheels
    touch the kerb and gently lower the front castors over the pavement.
    Push the lift until the rear wheels have mounted the kerb. The wheelchair
    should not be lifted by the handles alone.
    5.2 Backwards
    The wheelchair should be positioned so that the rear wheels are against
    the kerb. The helper should then tilt the wheelchair backwards and then
    pull the chair until the rear wheels mount the kerb. The front castors
    should only be lowered to the ground when the wheelchair has been
    pulled sufficiently away from the kerb.
    5.3 Upward and Downward slopes
    Always go straight up and down slopes to avoid the possibility of the
    wheelchair overturning. Avoid steep slopes, which may cause instability.

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    AIDAPT GENERAL TRANSPORT GUIDANCE
    The design of your wheelchair enables it to remain stable for normal everyday
    usage if used correctly in accordance with the recommendations in this manual.
    Use as a Seat in Transport
    Aidapt recommend that when possible, wheelchair users should transfer from their
    wheelchair to a vehicle seat and use a 3-point occupant restraint system for the
    seated position. Aidapt also recognises that due to reason of pain or discomfort,
    transfer may not be possible.
    The VA169 wheelchair chair has been successfully tested according to the
    requirements of ISO 7176 Part 19: Wheelchairs for Use in Transport, using a 4-point
    tie-down and occupant restraint system from the range of ISO 10542-1 compliant
    equipment developed and supplied by Unwin Safety Systems.
    Aidapt recommends the use of transport equipment supplied by Unwin Safety
    Systems, their contact details are as follows: Website: www-unwin-safety.com, Tel:
    +44 1935 827740.
    Information regarding the location of tie-down attachment points are provided in
    Fig 8 and Fig 9 below.

    Rear fixing
    points

    Front fixing
    points

    Fig 8

    Fig 9

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    Transport – General Instructions
    When transfer to a vehicle seat is not possible, the following General
    Recommendations are made:
    1. Ensure that the wheelchair is correctly maintained and that settings of any
    adjustable parts are made according to manufacturers ‘Instruction for Use in
    Transport’.
    2. Remove any items of luggage that may be attached to the wheelchair and
    secure or store separately during transport in order to reduce the potential
    for injury to others passengers travelling in the vehicle.
    3. Extra care must be exercised when using vehicle boarding aids such as
    passenger lifts or ramps during the loading process. Refer to Wheelchair
    manufacturers Instructions for Use for information on safe slopes.
    4. Position the wheelchair facing forward - centrally in the designated region of
    the vehicle. Ensure the wheelchair brakes are applied.
    5. To minimise the potential for head injuries in an impact, allow a clear space
    of at least 400 mm behind and 650 mm in front of the head of the
    wheelchair user. The shoulder belt anchorage must be side-wall anchored at
    a height level with or above occupant shoulder level.
    6. A height provision ranging from 1200 mm to 1550 mm should be made,
    depending on the size of the passenger. There should also be 200 mm of
    clear space either side of the wheelchair. If these clear space dimensions
    cannot be provided then any structure protruding into this space should be
    adequately padded.
    7. Postural support belts are not to be used as occupant restraints.
    8. Wheelchair users, their carers and family are advised to check vehicle
    specifications to ensure that sufficient floor space is available to
    accommodate the wheelchair and tie-down system. Users of heavy powered
    wheelchairs are also advised to check vehicle carrying capacity. If in doubt
    consult vehicle supplier for further details.

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    GENERAL DESCRIPTION
    The following diagram shows details of the wheelchair terminology used in this
    manual.

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    GENERAL DESCRIPTION ctd.
    1. Backrest
    There are two types of backrest fitted to the wheelchair, either fixed or
    adjustable. The adjustable backrest can be folded down by means of a locking
    mechanism fitted to both sides of the lower part of the backrest pillars. To fold
    the backrest down, push on both of the black plastic levers, then pull back and
    down on the top part of the backrest. To return to the original, reverse the
    procedure, making sure the mechanisms are locked securely.
    2. Handles
    The handles are designed for the helper to propel the wheelchair. They must
    not be used solely for lifting the wheelchair over obstructions or kerbs (see
    negotiating obstacles)
    3. Armrest
    PVC pads are fixed onto the armrest for comfort and can be replaced as spare
    parts.
    4. Seat Upholstery
    Periodically check the upholstery for signs of tears or sagging. Replace
    immediately if the seat is damaged. Remember: the seat upholstery is the
    primary weight – supporting material.
    5. Footplates
    The footplates are intended as a foot support only when you are sitting in the
    wheelchair. On no account should you stand on the footplates. The heel loops
    or calf straps (if fitted) can be used to secure the position of the feet. The
    footplate assemblies can be adjusted in height by loosening the nut of the
    base of the adjustment tube, positioning the plate at the required height and
    tightening the nut to secure the assembly.
    The footplate supports cannot be adjusted but are moveable from the
    wheelchair. They can be swung away to the outside of the wheelchair. To carry
    out this procedure, press the release lever and swing the support to the
    outside of the wheelchair. If the support is to be removed, lift it upwards. To
    re-fit and return to the original position, reverse the above procedure.

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    6. Castor and bearing
    The front wheels have solid puncture proof tyres. These should be checked at
    regular intervals to monitor any wear. Wheelchairs become difficult to steer
    and propel when surfaces have worn flat. It is recommended that both front
    tyres are replaced at the same time to avoid one side of the wheelchair from
    being higher than the other.
    The wheel is secured to the castor fork by an axle bolt and axle nut.
    Periodically, this bolt and nut should be checked and tightened if necessary to
    allow a snug but free spinning fit. The castor fork swivel allows the wheelchair
    to be steered. An adjustment locknut is located under the castor cap. If the
    locknut is too tight, the wheelchair will be difficult to steer.
    7. Wheel lock assembly
    These are used to hold the wheelchair in a stationary position, and are fitted
    on either side of the wheelchair. They should not be used when the
    wheelchair is moving or to slow it down. They should always be applied
    together.
    To operate, push the brake lever forward towards the front of the wheelchair.
    This will immobilize the wheelchair. To release the brake, move the lever
    towards the rear of the wheelchair.
    8. Cross Bar
    Operation of the cross brace permits the wheelchair to be opened and closed
    easily. It should be inspected at regular intervals for signs of wear and
    bending.
    9. Folding Backrest Device
    Push down the hinge to fold down the backrest. Automatically lock when pull
    up the backrest handle. This device is to enhance the storage feature.

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    ROUTINE CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE
    1. Upholstery
    Upholstery should be routinely cleaned with a mild soap and water solution.
    Never use paint remover or thinners on upholstery.
    2. Metal Parts
    Clean all metal parts with a wax compound such as car wash to maintain
    finish. Do not use any obtrusive cleanser that will scratch the finish on the
    chair.
    3. Cross Brace
    Periodically lubricate the centre bolt on the cross brace with light machine oil.
    4. Tyres and Wheels
    Examine tyres regularly for wear and replace as necessary. Solid tyres should
    be replaced when they become loose on the rim or cracks appear which
    expose the mounting wire groove. For pneumatic tyres, check tyre pressure is
    even and correct. Check that the wheels run freely.
    If your wheelchair is fitted with pneumatic tires and you have a puncture
    please take your wheelchair to the nearest dealer or bicycle repair center
    5. Castors
    Check periodically that the bolt and nut securing the wheel to the castor fork
    is tight and allows a snug but free spinning fit.
    6. Brakes
    Regularly check for effective operation and there is no wear or signs of play.
    7. General
    Always check before use that the wheelchair folds and unfolds correctly and
    that movement both backwards and forwards is in a straight line.
    8. Servicing
    We recommend your wheelchair is fully serviced every twelve months. For
    parts and service information please contact Aidapt Bathrooms Limited
    (details on the back page).
    Your Wheelchairs has been made from the finest materials and tested to
    BS EN 12183:1999 for your complete piece of mind and the expected service
    life of your wheelchair is 5 years+.
    9. Recycling of your Wheelchair
    Once the wheelchair has reached its expected service life you can contact
    Aidapt for disposal.

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    SPECIFICATIONS
    ITEM
    Length (folded)
    Width (folded)
    Width (unfolded)
    Height
    Net weight
    Net weight (without leg rests)
    Maximum Carrying Weight
    Seat size
    Wheel size & tyre
    Tyre type
    Colour
    Additional information

    DETAILS
    25” (64 cm)
    10½” (27 cm)
    24” (60 cm)
    29” (74 cm)
    15.15 kg
    13.3 kg
    115 kg
    46x40 cm
    8” solid tyre
    Mag solid tyre
    Hammerite
    Folding backrest

    GUARANTEE
    This product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a
    period of 5 years on the frame and 12 months on all other parts.
    The warranty is subject to the following conditions:
    1. The purchaser shall complete the registration form below and send it to
    Aidapt Bathrooms Ltd within 14 days of purchase of the product, together
    with a copy of the sales invoice/receipt.
    2. If any defect or fault is discovered, the supplier and/or Aidapt Bathrooms
    Ltd should be notified immediately.
    3. Aidapt Bathrooms Ltd will not be responsible for damage caused by
    misuse, natural wear and tear, defective assembly or installation by the
    purchaser or their agent, defective treatments, unauthorised alteration to
    the equipment or use of unsuitable spares.
    4. The purchases statutory rights under the Consumer Protection Act are not
    affected.

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    Aidapt Bathrooms Ltd, Lancots Lane, Sutton Oak, St Helens, WA9 3EX
    Telephone: +44 (0) 1744 745 020 • Fax: +44 (0) 1744 745 001 • Web: www.aidapt.co.uk
    Email: accounts@aidapt.co.uk • adaptations@aidapt.co.uk • sales@aidapt.co.uk
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