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1.

Inspect water supply hose connections - check to make certain fill and drain hoses are properly connected to Aqua Phase.

2.

Reservoir Screen - check to make certain reservoir screen is clean and in place (reservoir screen is located in the bottom of the water reservoir located inside the wash chamber).

3.

Water Reservoir - check to make certain that the water reservoir is free of debris.

4.

Rear Filter Screen (if present) - check rear filter screen and clean if necessary. 

5.

Chemical Solutions - check chemical supply levels.

6.

Power Supply - plug in Aqua Phase and press the reset button located on the GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) in the Aqua Phase power cord.

7.

Water Supply - turn on water supply.

1.

Drain Aqua Phase.

- Set the "RUN/DRAIN" switch to "DRAIN".    Press "START" button.

2.

Water Supply - turn off water supply.

3.

Power Supply - unplug Aqua Phase.

4.

Reservoir Screen - clean reservoir screen (reservoir screen is located in the bottom of the water reservoir located inside the wash chamber).

5.

Water Reservoir - check to make certain that the water reservoir is free of debris.

6.

Rear Filter Screen (if present) - check rear filter screen and clean if necessary. 

7.

Chemical Solutions - check chemical supply levels.

1.

If your unit has the wheelchair Wheel Rotation System feature installed, adjust the height of the front and rear wheel brushes if needed.

2.

If your unit has the Disinfectant Application System feature installed, adjust the disinfection injection rate if necessary.

3.

Note: The disinfection injection rate is preset at the factory for use of a disinfectant that requires a dilution rate of 1 oz. per gallon of water. Contact the factory if adjustment of the injection rate is necessary.

4.

See the "Disinfectant Application System Option" section of your operating manual for further information.

1.

Check the filter screen(s) for damage..

a.

If present, Rear filter screen(s) is located inside the filter bowl located in the mechanical cabinet at the rear of the machine.

b.

Replace damaged filters.

2.

Check the spray nozzles (located inside the wash chamber) for clogging.

a.

Clean if necessary.

3.

Check the power cord for any wear or damage.

a.

If the power cord appears to be damaged in any way, do not operate the machine.

b.

Replace the power cord prior to operating the machine.

4.

Check to make certain that the water reservoir is free of debris.

a.

Clean if necessary.

 

1.

Test and reset the GFCI (ground fault circuit interrupter) in the Aqua Phase power cord.

2.

If your unit has the wheelchair Wheel Rotation System feature installed, adjust the height of the front and rear wheel brushes if needed.

3.

Use de-liming agent to reduce scale build-up if needed. See "De-Liming Instructions" included with your operating manual.

4.

Confirm that front and rear door safety switches are operating properly. If not, replace prior to using machine.

 

1.

Adjust the tension of the chain running from the drive motor if necessary. Depending on your model and the features installed, you may or may not have a drive motor. Contact the factory if you have any questions.

2.

Inspect front door gasket for wear or damage. Replace if necessary.

 

 
 
 
 
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