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Medline at 1-800- Medline before use - otherwise serious bodily injury or product damage may occur. Read ALL general guidelines, warnings and cautions before performing any repair / maintenance on the bed. All repair and maintenance on the bed should be performed by a qualified technician.
Congratulations on your selection of the Medline Home Care Bed Medline sHome Care Bed is the right choice for value and performance It is speciallydesigned for easy assembly and operation and is manufactured to precisequality standards with the finest materialsWe sincerely hope it will provide the very best in functionality comfort restand convenienceThank you for choosing the Home Care BedTypical Product Specifications for the Medline HomeFull Electric Semi Electric Full Electric3 motor 2 Motor 1 Crank Low BedModel Number MDR107003L MDR107002L MDR107003LOCasters on Outer legMin 27 5 69 85 cmHead Foot Min 26 66 04 cm Min 26 66 04 cm Max 40 1 101 85 cmBoard Height Max 33 85 85 98 cm Max 33 85 85 98 cm Casters on Inner legMin 25 1 63 75 cmMax 37 8 96 01 cm80 203 2 cm Length 89 226 06 cm Length 89 226 06 cm Length 89 226 06 cmSpring Overall Bed Width 35 75 90 8 cm Width 35 75 90 8 cm Width 35 75 90 8 cmSpring Deck Width 34 5 87 63 cm 34 5 87 63 cm 34 5 87 63 cmCasters on Outer legMin 12 7 32 26 cmMin 15 38 1 cm Min 15 38 1 cm Max 25 3 64 26 cmSpring Deck HeightMax 23 58 42 cm Max 23 58 42 cm Casters on Outer legMin 10 3 26 16 cmMax 23 58 42 cmShipping Weight 180 7 lbs 81 96 kg 172 2 lbs 78 11 kg 185 4 lbs 84 09 kgWeight Capacity 450 lbs 204 12 kg 450 lbs 204 12 kg 450 lbs 204 12 kgHead Section Adjust Approximately 70 Approximately 70 Approximately 70Knee Section Adjust Approximately 35 Approximately 35 Approximately 35Motor DC Input DC Input DC Input2 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19TO ENSURE YOUR SAFETY IN USING THIS MEDLINE HOME CARE BED ALL WARNINGSAND SAFETY INFORMATION AND ALL INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED FAILURETO DO SO MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY OR DAMAGE TO THE BEDDO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT WITHOUT FIRST READING AND UNDERSTANDING THEINSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS BOOKLET IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO UNDERSTANDTHE WARNINGS CAUTIONS OR INSTRUCTIONS CONTACT A HEALTHCAREPROFESSIONAL DURABLE MEDICAL DEALER OR TECHNICAL PERSONNEL ORCONTACT MEDLINE AT 1 800 MEDLINE BEFORE USE OTHERWISE SERIOUS BODILYINJURY OR PRODUCT DAMAGE MAY OCCURA QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN MUST PERFORM ANY REPAIR OR CHANGE TO THIS BED ORSERIOUS INJURY MAY OCCUR TECHNICIANS DO NOT SERVICE THE BED WITHOUTFIRST READING AND UNDERSTANDING THIS OWNER S MANUAL IF YOU AREUNABLE TO UNDERSTAND THE WARNINGS CAUTIONS OR INSTRUCTIONS OR HAVEANY QUESTIONS CONTACT MEDLINE AT 1 800 MEDLINEDO NOT USE ACCESSORIES PARTS OR ADAPTERS OTHER THAN THOSE AUTHORIZEDBY MEDLINEWARNINGS CAUTION NOTICES USED IN THIS MANUAL APPLY TO HAZARDSOR UNSAFE PRACTICES WHICH COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND ORPROPERTY DAMAGESAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE1 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 3Table of ContentsProduct Specifications 2General Warnings 3Table of Contents 4Basic Home Care Bed TerminologyFull Electric Bed Schematic 5Bed Schematic Legend Parts List 6Warnings and Safety InstructionsGeneral Cautions 7Electrical Cautions 9Weight Limitations 10Unpacking the Bed 11Bed AssemblySeven Easy Steps 12Connecting the Two Frames 13Connecting the Spring Fabric 14Installing the Casters 15Installing the Headboard and Footboard 16Patient Hand Control 17Adjusting Connecting the Head Spring Pull Tube 18Installing the Center Drive Shaft 20Junction Box Connections 22Leveling the Bed 24Bed OperationHand Control Semi electric Full Electric Beds 23Bed MaintenanceCleaning the Bed 25Inspecting the Bed 26Troubleshooting Guide 27Motor Adjustment 27Limited Warranty 284 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19Medlite Home Care Bed Parts DiagramFull Electric Bed See Page 6 for List of Terms22 Foot SpringHead Spring 101 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 5Medlite Homecare Bed Parts ListMedline Home Care BedPart Number Description Bed Style Item Number Quantity1 Foot Spring Assembly All MDR630054 1 EA2 Head Spring Assembly All MDR630114 1 EAFoot Board Assembly S MDR630014 1 EAFoot Board Assembly F MDR630314 1 EA4 Headboard Assembly All MDR630024 1 EA5 Casters 2 locking 2 non locking All MDR620034 4 Bx6 Drive Shaft Two Pieces All MDR620124 1 EAEmergency Crank Handle7 All MDR620104 1 EAOptional AccessoryPendant With Cord Two Motor S MDR630094R 1 EAPendant With Cord Three Motor F MDR630154R 1 EAJunction Box 2 motor S MDR630084R 1 EAJunction Box 3 motor F MDR630144R 1 EA10 Motor Actuator for Foot Spring S F MDR630074R 1 EA11 Motor Actuator for Head Spring S F MDR630064R 1 EA12 Hi Low Motor Assembly F MDR630164R 1 EA13 Gear Box for Head Board All MDR620025 1 EAGear Box For Footboard With Handle S MDR620015 1 EAGear Box For Footboard No Handle F MDR630035 1 EA15 Handle Assembly For Hi Low S MDR620085 1 EA16 Fasteners Set for Head Spring Motor All MDR620005 1 Set17 Extension Tube of Head Motor Assembly S F MDR630065 1 EA18 Fasteners Set for Foot Spring Motor All MDR620055 1 Set19 Gear Box Screw All MDR620155 4 Set20 Panel for Headboard Footboard All MDR630244 1 PR21 Composite Inserts for Casters All MDR620185 4 Set22 Emergency Battery Box All MDRBATTERYBOX 1 EABed Style F Full Electric Bed MDR107003LS Semi Electric Bed MDR107002L6 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19Warnings Safety InstructionsGeneral CautionsDO NOT use this product without first reading and understanding the instructions contained inthis booklet If you are unable to understand the Warnings Cautions or Instructions contact ahealthcare professional durable medical equipment dealer or technical personnel or contactMedline at 1 800 Medline before use otherwise serious bodily injury or product damageRead ALL general guidelines warnings and cautions before performing any repairmaintenance on the bed All repair and maintenance on the bed should be performed by aqualified technician After any adjustments repair or service and BEFORE use make sure allattaching hardware is tightened securelyInspect all parts for shipping damage before assembly and use In case of damage DO NOTuse Contact your shipping carrier immediately for instructions For any nonshipping issuescontact your Medline Dealer for further instructionsDO NOT use near explosive gases Possible fire hazard when used with oxygen administeringequipment other than nasal or masked typeUse ONLY mask or nasal type oxygen administering equipment around the bed The use of anyother type of oxygen administering equipment can result in a fire hazardWhen using nasal or masked type administering equipment oxygen or air tubing must berouted and secured properly to ensure that tubing does not become entangled and eventuallysevered during normal operation of the bedWhen using liquids in or around the bed caution should be taken to ensure that liquids ofany kind are not spilled If a liquid is spilled in or around the electric bed unplug the bedimmediately before cleaning Clean up the spill and let the bed or area around it dry thoroughlybefore using the electric controls againClose supervision is necessary when this product is used by or near children or physicallychallenged individualsNEVER PERMIT ANYONE TO BE UNDER THE BED OR IN BETWEEN THE RAISED BED FRAMECOMPONENTS AT ANY TIMENever permit more than one person on in the bed at any time1 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 7Warnings Safety InstructionsGeneral CautionsKeep the bed a minimum of 12 inches 30 48 cm away from any direct heat sourceWhen the bed is not going to be used for an extended period UNPLUG electric bed from thewall outletDO NOT unplug the power cord from the junction boxThe bed is not designed to be used as a patient transport When transporting a patient use anapproved patient transport otherwise injury or damage may resultWhen operating or moving the bed always ensure that the individual in the bed is properlypositioned within the bed DO NOT allow extremities to extend beyond the sides or betweenthe bed rails when performing these functionsAfter assembly test to make sure that all sections are properly and securely in place andEnsure that the head and foot spring sections are securely locked to each other and to the headand foot boards BEFORE useEnsure that the pendant and power cords are routed and secured properly so the cords donot become entangled pinched and or severed during operation of the electric bed NEVERoperate the bed if these cords are damagedKeep all moving parts and all drive shafts free of obstructions during operation of the bed i eblankets sheets heating blankets pads tubing wiring etc and other types of products usingelectric cords which may get tangled around the bed legs or optional side railsEnsure the bed caster locks are properly engaged to prevent casters from moving wheneverthe bed is stationary ALWAYS lock the caster locks when transferring into or out of the bedInspect the caster locks BEFORE using the bed to ensure the locks function adequately Evenwith casters properly locked some floor surfaces will allow the bed to move under someconditions Use of the bed on such floor surfaces must be evaluated by the care providerIf any part of the bed is not working properly call a qualified technician to examine and8 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19Warnings Safety InstructionsGeneral CautionsImproper use of some bed accessories patient restraints side rails trapeze devices etccan cause patient injury or death Consult your health care professional or the accessorymanufacturer for proper use instructionsIf using optional bed side rails and bed extension kit check to ensure they are properly andsecurely in place BEFORE using the bedEnsure the mattress is centered on the frame This will minimize the risk of the occupantbecoming trapped between the mattress and the bed railIndividuals that cannot prevent themselves from rolling climbing out of the bed may requirealternative safe means of restraintReplacement mattresses and bed rails with dimensions different than the original equipmentsupplied or approved by Medline may not be interchangeable Variations in bed side rail designand thickness size or density of the mattress could cause entrapment Use ONLY authorizedMedline replacement partsFor semi electric and full electric beds always remove the manual crank before performingelectronic functions If left in place the crank will turn when the motor is on and could causepersonal injury or damage to the bedWhen disassembling the bed make sure all parts are in the lowest positionElectrical CautionsNever operate the bed if it has a damaged cord or plug If it is not working properly call aqualified electricianNever plug into an outlet that is greater than 120 Volts AC Keep all cords away from heated orhot surfacesEnsure all cables and cords are routed in a way such that they will not become entangledor pinched1 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 9Warnings Safety InstructionsElectrical CautionsDO NOT open assemblies such as the motors hand control unit junction boxes or electricalcontrol boxes There are no user serviceable parts inside Only trained service personnel arequalified to repair these parts If uncertified individuals perform any work on these beds thewarranty is voidedDO NOT use parts accessories or adapters other than those authorized by MedlineUnplug the power cord BEFORE performing any maintenance on the bedAfter installing any connectors into the junction box be sure the cable plug is secure otherwiseinjury or damage may occurDO NOT force connectors into the junction box otherwise injury or damage may occurDO NOT unplug the power cord from the junction boxWeight LimitationsThe TOTAL weight limit of the Medline Home Care Bed including accessories mattressoccupant and any other object positioned on the bed is 450 lbs 204 12 kg for full or semielectric bedsNever permit more than one person on in the bed at any timeReplacement mattresses and bed rails with dimensions different than the original equipmentsupplied or approved by Medline may not be interchangeable Variations in bed side rail designand thickness size or density of the mattress could cause entrapment Use ONLY authorizedMedline replacement partsBody weight should be evenly distributed over the surface of the bed DO NOT lay sit or lean insuch a way that your entire body weight is placed only on RAISED head or foot sections of thebed This includes when repositioning or transferring in or out of bed10 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19Unpacking the BedThe Medline Home Care Bed will arrive in two 2 boxes with the following contents1 Head Board1 Head Spring section4 Casters 2 locking 2 non locking1 Emergency Crank1 Foot Spring section Full and Semi Electric Models include motors a junction box andElectrical cord already attached1 Hand Pendant Control and Cord1 Foot Board1 Drive Shaft length adjusts to adapt to Full Electric and Semi Electrics models1 Emergency Battery Backup Box 9V batteries not includedFootBoard HeadBoardDrive ShaftFoot Spring section Head Spring sectionFigure 1 Example of Major Components1 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 11Bed AssemblyBefore assembly examine each item carefully for shipping damage If a part is found to be damagedDO NOT use Contact your Dealer or Medline for instructionsDuring assembly DO NOT rotate the pull tube or the shaft of the motors all motors are adjusted toproper position prior to shipping Rotation will lead to misadjustment of motors which may causeframe damageDO NOT attempt to operate the bed controls until assembly of the entire bed is complete asdamage to bed components or personal injury may occurBed Assembly Instructions in 7 Easy Steps1 Connect head 5 Connect pull tubesection to foot to head sectionsection of bed2 Straighten bed 6 Mount bed railsassembly to sides of bed3 Connect bed 7 Place mattressassembly to on bedheadboard and4 Connect centerdrive shaftSee following sections for full assembly instructions12 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19Bed AssemblyHead Spring section Foot Spring sectionFigure 2 Connecting the head and foot framesConnecting the Two Frames See Figure 21 Place the Head Spring Section on its side to your left with the center mounting hooks toyour right2 Place the Foot Spring Section on its side to your right with the head frame pull tube at thetop of the assembly and the center mounting rivets facing to the left3 The crank handles and or motors should be at your right4 The head and foot springs should now be on their sides at approximately a 90 angle toone another5 Hook the bottom head spring center mounting latches to the bottom foot spring centermounting rivets see Figure 2a6 Hook the top head spring center mounting latches to the top foot spring center mountingrivets It may be necessary to lift slightly on the head spring or foot spring to secure themounting latches and rivets7 After head and foot springs are connected slowly open the springs into a horizontalstraight position while still on their sides Make sure the hooks engage the rivets at8 Lay the bed flat with the springs facing up1 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 13Bed AssemblyHead Spring section Foot Spring sectionFigure 3 Connecting the spring fabricConnecting the Spring Fabric See Figure 31 With the bed flat and the springs facing up lift the head spring section upward to give slackto the fabric Connect the spring fabric together with the links provided2 Hook together all the links to the spring fabric3 Lower the head spring section back down14 MDR107002L MDR107003L MDR107003LO PIC 00299 Revision 05 14 19Bed AssemblyTo Install CastersEnsure that the locking casters are installed diagonally from each other and are locked This willprovide maximum locking stabilityCaster LockPush DOWN to LockPush UP to Unlock Insert caster shaftinto bed leg socketFigure 4 Casters1 Lay the bed ends flat on the floor2 Position the two locking casters so they will be diagonally opposite from one another whenthe bed is assembled See Figure 4B3 Insert the shaft of the caster into the caster socket of each bed leg Ensure the stem is fullyinserted into the socket See Figure 44 To prevent excess movement of the bed during assembly lock each of the two lockingcasters by pushing down on the caster lockNote Locking the casters may not prevent the bed from moving on slick or slippery surfaces5 To unlock the two locking casters pull up on the caster lockFigure 4B Locking Caster positioning1 800 MEDLINE 633 5463 medline com 15