Read each step’s instructions and study the drawing carefully to become familiar with all the parts and procedures before beginning each step.
MS300 Step-by-Step Assembly Instructions
1. Pedals, Seat Latch, and Handlebars
a. This section is easier if you slide the seat carriage (20) all the way back before starting. Slide the handle bar assembly (17) onto the receiving tubes of the seat frame (20). Secure the handle bar assembly starting with the two 3/8” x 3-1/4” bolts (140) (install from the inside hole of the receiving tube), four .at washers (170) and two nylon nuts (190).
b. Install the safety cover (108) and seat belts (233) onto bolts before assembling washers and nuts. Install the four 3/8” x 2” bolts (132) from the top side of the tubes and assemble the four 3/8” .at washers (170) and 3/8” nylon nuts (190).
c. Attach the end of the seat back gas shock (109) to the seat back angle adjustment bracket of the handle bar assembly (17) using 5/16” x 1-1/4” bolt (135), two 5/16” .at washers (173) and 5/16” nylon nut (193).
d. Assemble swivel seat latch handle (22) to the seat assembly (20) with the two 6mm x 40mm bolts (129), four 6mm curved washers (185) and two 6mm nylon nuts (187).
e. Plug the hand pulse connectors from the handle bars into the mating connectors of the seat carriage.
f. Assemble the rubber isolators (82) and pedals (28) to the pedal foot plates with six M5 Phillips screws (181) per side.
g. Press the four stabilizer end caps (31) into the stabilizer tubes. May tap in with a rubber mallet.
2. Console Mast and Transport Wheels
a. Install the transport wheels (77) using the 5/16” x 1-3/4” bolts (152) and 5/16” nylon nuts (193).
b. Slide the console mast cover (74) onto the console mast (2); be sure the cover orientation on the mast is correct otherwise it won’t clip in place later.
c. Snake the computer cable through the console mast and slide the mast onto the receiving brackets. Make sure the cable does not get pinched in between the mast and bracket.
d. Fasten the mast with the two 3/8” x 2-1/2” bolts (154), 3/8” split washers (194) and 3/8" flat washers (170) from the left side of the mast and secure with the two 3/8” nylon nuts (190). Install the two 8mm x 16mm bolts (153) and curved washers (184) through the front and rear holes in the mast.
3. Seat Back and Bottom Cushion
a. Slide the seat back assembly (94) into the seat back angle adjustment bracket and secure with the two 3/8” x 1-3/4” bolts (197), 3/8” washers (167) and 3/8” nuts (190).
b. Assemble the seat cushion (93) onto the seat frame with four M6 bolts (122).
4. Console and Arms
a. Connect the computer cable into the back of the console and install the console (29) onto the console mast and secure with the four 5mm x 12mm screws (143).
b. Install the left and right arms (3&4) and secure with the 3/8” x 3/4” bolts (216) and use the 3/8" flat washers (217) and 3/8" split washers (243) on the sides of the arms and the 3/8” curved washers (218) on the front and rear of the arms. Tighten the bolts very securely so the arms do not loosen up during use.
c. Remove the Allen screw from the lever clamps (111), fit them onto the handlebar (17) and secure with the Allen screws. Make sure the levers are positioned under the hand position and they are adjusted so the patient can comfortably reach them during use. The release levers are labeled left and right, the left lever with gray cables is for the fore/aft seat adjustment and the right lever with black cables is for the seat back angle.