User Guide mds86825slr ultra-Light Rollator



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Adjusting the Brakes
1. Loosen the cable nut.
2. While holding the brake to the wheel
3. Pull down on the brake cable to lengthen the brake cable.
4. Retighten the nut. Retest and repeat as necessary for good brake function.


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Operating Instructions
Using the rollator as a walker:
For proper positioning and use of your rollator, imagine a line drawn across the back of the rear wheels. Part of one foot should be slightly ahead of that line as you walk.
Using the rollator as a seat
• Push the rollator into the position where you want to sit
LOCK the brakes BEFORE sitting.
To Operate the Brakes:
• To slowdown, squeeze the brake handles up.
To lock the brakes, push down on the brake handles until you feel or hear the brakes click into locked position. If the brakes have been adjusted but the rear wheels on the rollator move while the brakes are in the locked position, DO NOT use the rollator. Please call our toll-free customer service number at 1-800-MEDLINE for returns or repairs.
• To release the brakes from the locked position, simply pull upon the brake handles.
Safety Warnings Also See Instructions
Before using the seat portion of your rollator, ALWAYS lock the brakes FIRST.
DO NOT navigate the rollator while sitting on the seat. The brakes should always be locked when the seat is being used. Risk of fall and serious injury may result if brakes are NOT locked while the user is sitting on the seat.


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Maintenance
Your Medline rollator should be checked periodically to ensure the brakes are functioning properly and that all nuts and bolts are secure.
Periodically test the brakes by both walking and squeezing the brakes and by stopping, pushing down on the brakes to a locked position, and then trying to push the walker. If the brakes do not lock the wheels, the brakes need to be adjusted. If adjustment does not tighten the brakes, DO NOT use the rollator.
Keep your receipt!
Contact us at 1-800-MEDLINE, Monday – Friday am to pm CST if you encounter
any problems or for information regarding repairs or maintenance.


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Lifetime Limited Warranty
Your Medline rollator frame is warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship fora lifetime for the original consumer. This device was built to precise standards and carefully inspected prior to shipment. This Lifetime Limited Warranty is an expression of our confidence in the material and workmanship of our products and assures years of convenient, dependable service. In the event of a defect covered by this warranty, we will, at our option, repair or replace the device. This warranty does not cover device failure due to owner misuse, negligence, or normal wear and tear. The warranty does not extend to non-durable components such as plastic accessories, brakes and grips, which are subject to normal wear and replacement. Non-durable components are warranted for
6 months. If you have a question about your Medline product or this warranty, please callus at 1-800-MEDLINE. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights, which vary from state to state.
FRAME LIFETIME WARRANTY
HAND BRAKES
BRAKE CABLES
PUSH-BUTTONS
BACKREST
BRAKES

UPHOLSTERY
WHEELS (FRONT AND REAR)
MEDLINE BAG
TRIANGULAR HAND SCREWS
ALL OTHER PARTS
6 MONTH WARRANTY



User guidemds86825slr
Ultra-light rollator features
Assembly instructions
Rear wheel assembly
Front wheel assembly
Hole 1hole 2



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