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The following recommendations are made for the safe
installation of the Commodes:
DO NOT install this equipment without
first reading and understanding this in-
struction sheet. If you are unable to un-
derstand these instructions, contact a
healthcare professional, dealer or tech-
nical personnel if applicable before at-
tempting to install this equipment - oth-
erwise, injury or damage may occur.
Check all parts for shipping damage.
In case of shipping damage, DO NOT
use. Contact Dealer/Carrier for further
Snap buttons MUST be fully engaged and
aligned in the proper height adjustment
hole of each leg before use. This ensures
that the legs are securely locked and an
even height adjustment is achieved.
Make certain ALL screws, nuts and/or
bolts are tight at all times.
Inspect rubber tips on the leg exten-
sions for rips, wear or if they are miss-
ing. Replace them immediately if any
of these conditions exist.
Leg extensions with rubber tips MUST
be in contact with the floor at all times.
Users with limited physical capabilities
should be supervised or assisted when
using the commode.
The Commode Model No. 9630E has a
weight limitation of 135 kg.
LEG HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
1. Select the desired height for the commode by align-
ing the snap button of each leg extension with the
appropriate adjustment hole in the leg frame.
2. Make certain that the snap buttons are fully en-
gaged into the adjustment hole of each leg frame
and are at the same height before using.
FIGURE 1 - LEG HEIGHT ADJUST-
INSTALLING AND REMOVING
THE COMMODE SEAT AND LID
Before removing/installingseat and lid, al-
low seat/ring to reach room temperature if
exposed to cold. This will help prevent the
seat clamps from breaking when being re-
moved/installed onto commode back
1. Align the seat clamps of the toilet seat onto the
back frame rail. (Each clamp should sit out-
side the pail holders). Push down on seat until
it clamps firmly into place.
2. Repeat the same process for the lid.
3. When removing the seat or lid, remove the lid
first and then the seat. To remove, grasp the back
corner of the lid and/or seat and lift up firmly.
CARE: Use a damp cloth and soap to
NOTE: To make raising or lowering the seat/lid
easier, you may lubricate the commode back
frame rail with a very small amount of petroleum
jelly or furniture polish.
Toilet seat MUST be DOWN before sitting
on the commode. Pail holders are NOT
constructed to support the weight of an
individual, ONLY the pail and its contents.
Back Tube Models -9630E; wing nuts must
be inspected regularly for proper tight-
ness. (Refer to Item No. 6 in Parts List).
Assembly, Installation and Operating Instructions
Model No. 9630E