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  • Guardian TrekTrek 3, Trek 4SUPPLIER: THIS MANUAL MUST BE GIVEN TO THE RIDER OF THIS SCOOTER.RIDER: BEFORE USING THIS SCOOTER READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL AND SAVE FOR FUTURE

    REFERENCE.

    Indications for Use: To provide an optional means of mobility for physically challenged people.

    Guardian TrekTrek 3, Trek 4FOURNISSEUR : CE MANUEL DOIT TRE REMIS LUSAGER DE CE SCOOTER.

    LUSAGER: AVANT D'UTILISER CE SCOOTER, LISEZ ENTIREMENT CE MANUEL ET CONSERVEZ-LEPOUR LE CONSULTER ULTRIEUREMENT.

    Conseils dutilisation : Pour procurer un autre moyen de locomotion auxpersonnes aux prises avec des difficults physiques.

    Guardian TrekTrek 3, Trek 4DISTRIBUIDOR: ESTE MANUAL DEBE ENTREGARSE AL CONDUCTOR DE ESTE CICLOMOTOR.

    CONDUCTOR: ANTES DE UTILIZAR ESTE CICLOMOTOR, LEA ESTE MANUAL Y GURDELO POR SINECESITA CONSULTARLO EN EL FUTURO.

    Uso para el que est destinado: Como medio alternativo de movilidadpara personas con algn tipo de limitacin fsica.

    User Instruction Manual & Warranty

    Mode demploi et garantie

    Garanta y Manual de instrucciones para

    el Usuario

  • 930490 Rev. D

    2 E n g l i s h I . I n t r o d u c t i o n

    I. INTRODUCTION

    SUNRISE LISTENS

    Thank you for choosing a Guardian scooter. We want to hear your questions or commentsabout this manual, the safety and reliability of your scooter, and the service you receivefrom your Sunrise supplier. Please feel free to write or call us at the address and telephonenumber below:

    SUNRISE MEDICAL

    Customer Service Department

    7477 East Dry Creek Parkway

    Longmont, Colorado 80503

    (800) 333-4000 or (303) 218-4500

    FOR ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS

    Your authorized supplier knows your scooter best and can answer most of your questionsabout scooter safety, use and maintenance. For future reference, fill in the following:

    Supplier: ______________________________________________________________________________

    Address: _______________________________________________________________________________

    ______________________________________________________________________________________

    Telephone: _____________________________________________________________________________

    Serial #: _______________________________________ Date/Purchased: ________________________

  • 930490 Rev. D

    I I . Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s 3E n g l i s h

    II. TABLE OF CONTENTSI. INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 2

    II. TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................................................................... 3 III. YOUR SCOOTER AND ITS PARTS ........................................................ 5IV. NOTICE - READ BEFORE USE............................................................. 6V. EMI (ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE) .......................................... 7

    A.What is EMI ................................................................................ 7B.What Effect Can EMI Have ............................................................. 7C. Sources of EMI............................................................................. 7D.Distance From the Source .............................................................. 8E. Immunity Level............................................................................ 8F. Report All Suspected EMI Incidents ................................................ 8

    VI. GENERAL WARNINGS ...................................................................... 9A.Notice to Rider ............................................................................ 9B.Notice to Attendants .................................................................... 9C.Weight Limit ............................................................................... 9D.EMI............................................................................................ 10E. Safety Check-List ......................................................................... 10F. Changes & Adjustments................................................................. 10G.When Seated in a Parked Scooter ................................................... 10H.Environmental Conditions .............................................................. 10I. Terrain........................................................................................ 11J. Street Use................................................................................... 11K.Motor Vehicle Safety..................................................................... 11L. Center of Balance......................................................................... 11M.Transfers..................................................................................... 12N.Reaching or Leaning..................................................................... 12O.Dressing or Changing Clothes ......................................................... 13P. Obstacles .................................................................................... 13Q.Driving in Reverse ........................................................................ 13R.Ramps, Slopes & Sidehills.............................................................. 13S To Reduce the Risk of Falls, Tip-over or Loss of Control ..................... 14T. Ramps at Home & Work................................................................. 14U.Wheelchair/Scooter Lifts ............................................................... 14V. Curbs & Single Steps .................................................................... 15W.Stairs ......................................................................................... 15X.Escalators ................................................................................... 15

    VII. WARNINGS: COMPONENTS & OPTIONS ............................................... 16A.Armrests ..................................................................................... 16B.Batteries..................................................................................... 16C. Cushions ..................................................................................... 16D.Fasteners .................................................................................... 16F. Motor Locks ................................................................................ 16G.Key On/Off Switch........................................................................ 16H.Seating Systems........................................................................... 17I. Upholstery Fabric ......................................................................... 17J. Wiring ........................................................................................ 17

  • VIII. TIPS FOR ATTENDANTS .................................................................... 18A.To Climb a Curb or Single Step ....................................................... 18B.To Descend a Curb or Single Step ................................................... 18

    IX. SET UP, ADJUSTMENT & USE ............................................................ 19Notes ............................................................................................ 19Tools You Will Need ......................................................................... 19A.Battery Case Removal ................................................................... 20B.Armrest Installation and Width Adjustment ...................................... 20C. Tiller .......................................................................................... 20D.Seat Removal............................................................................... 21E. Seat Swivel ................................................................................. 21F. Seat Height Adjustment ................................................................ 21G.Basket Installation and Removal .................................................... 21H.Disassembly ................................................................................ 22

    X. OPERATING GUIDE .......................................................................... 23A.Circuit Breakers............................................................................ 23B.Tiller Control Functions ................................................................. 23C.Motor Locks ................................................................................ 24

    XI. BATTERIES ..................................................................................... 25A.Introduction................................................................................ 25B.Battery Charger............................................................................ 25C. Acid Burns .................................................................................. 26D.Connecting Batteries in Battery Well............................................... 26E. Charging Batteries........................................................................ 26F. Disposing of Batteries................................................................... 27

    XII. MAINTENANCE ............................................................................... 28A.Notes ......................................................................................... 28B.Cleaning ..................................................................................... 28C. Storage Tips ................................................................................ 28D.Battery Maintenance..................................................................... 28E. Ordering Parts.............................................................................. 29F. Maintenance Chart ...........................................................