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LISTED 304L LISTED CSA-C22.2 No.125 (APP30 ONLY)

OPERATOR'S MANUAL SERVICE MANUAL

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IMPORTANT Please read all precautions and instructions before using the APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pump® System. Maximum benefit to the patient at the greatest margin of safety requires a thorough knowledge and understanding of the correct operation and application of the APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pump and Pillo Pad®. Users must follow the instructions and precautions included with each pump and pad prior to use. Operate the equipment with the same care you would use when operating precision medical equipment.

WARRANTY

INCOMING INSPECTION AND RETURN POLICY Check the shipping carton for damage immediately after receipt. If damage is discovered, the product should be unpacked with the carrier’s agent present. Make a claim immediately to the carrier for the damage. Do not return damaged goods without notifying the carrier. If products damaged during shipment are returned to Gaymar without notifying the carrier, Gaymar will assume that repairs will be made at the customer’s expense. Products returned to Gaymar must be accompanied by Returned Goods (RG) numbers. Returned Goods authorization and numbers may be obtained by calling Gaymar Industries' Customer Service Department: Toll free: Direct:

1 800 828-7341 (716) 662-2551

Model APP30 and APP31 Pumps are warranted against defects in material and workmanship under normal use and operation from the date of shipment for a period of one year.

When inquiring, please supply model and serial number, purchase order number, whether merchandise was bought on contract, and reason for return.

During the warranty period, Gaymar will repair or replace at its sole option, free of charge, any defective parts or products returned with prior authorization prepaid to Gaymar Industries, Inc. See Incoming Inspection and Return Policy.

In general, deleted and outdated merchandise will not be accepted for credit. A restocking charge of 15% will be assessed on returns of current merchandise.

Warranty does not cover products abused, misused, or altered outside factory. There are no obligations on the part of Gaymar for consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of the product. Gaymar disclaims all implied warranties including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a particular purpose.

Ship returns prepaid to Gaymar Industries, Inc., 10 Centre Drive, Orchard Park, NY 14127-2295. APP30/APP31Pillo-Pumps and Pillo Pads purchased by individuals for home use must be returned to the dealer from which they were purchased for repair.

Pillo-Pump® and Pillo Pad® are registered trademarks of Gaymar Industries, Inc. and Medisearch PR, Inc. © 2000. Gaymar Industries, Inc. All rights reserved. www.gaymar.com

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS Description

Page

Contraindications / Indications / Precautions ...................................................... 2 Introduction .................................................................................................................. 3 Operating Instructions ............................................................................................... 4 Storage and Care ......................................................................................................... 6 Technical Specifications ............................................................................................. 6 Functional Check ......................................................................................................... 7 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... 9 Corrective Maintenance .......................................................................................... 11

ILLUSTRATIONS Figure

Description

Page

1

Pillo Pad and Pillo-Pump System .................................................... 3

2

Use of hanging bracket ..................................................................... 4

3A/3B

Hand Check ........................................................................................ 5

4

Pressure / Flow Test Setup ............................................................. 9

5

Electrical Schematic .......................................................................... 14

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CONTRAINDICATIONS

Air support therapy is not recommended when spinal stability is a concern.

INDICATIONS

This device is intended to treat and prevent decubitus ulcers (bed sores).

PILLO-PUMP PRECAUTIONS

DANGER • Electric shock hazard. Do not remove pump cover. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. • Explosive hazard. Do not use in the presence of flammable anesthetics.

WARNING • Refer servicing, maintenance and FUNCTIONAL CHECK AND SAFETY INSPECTION to qualified technical personnel familiar with good practice for medical device repair. •

Always perform the FUNCTIONAL CHECK after making repairs.

Otherwise, damage to the APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pump and improper therapy may result.

PATIENT PRECAUTIONS

CAUTION •

Some medical conditions may not respond to this type of therapy. Patient's skin condition should be inspected regularly. If any redness or breaks in skin occur, consult a physician.

Disinfect the pump and tubing between patient installations, utilizing standard hospital protocol and disinfectants. Failure to disinfect may risk cross-contamination and infection.

Keep bedding dry. Use incontinence pads if necessary. Failure to keep the patient's skin clean and dry may lead to maceration.

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Gaymar Pillo-Pump Alternating Pressure Relief Systems are designed for the prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Pressure relief is obtained by alternating the patient support areas of the Gaymar pads. By bridging the tissue, pressure relief is achieved between the inflated cells and “bottoming out” is avoided. Capillary blood flow is permitted and damaging tissue pressures are avoided. The Gaymar APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pump alternately inflates and deflates two sets of air cells in the Gaymar Pillo Pad once every six (6) minutes (see fig. 1). To minimize patient movement, inflation of one set of cells begins before the alternate set is fully deflated. Please read and understand the precautions and instructions within this manual before attempting to use the pump. Carefully follow the instructions included with each mattress. In addition, we recommend that you request in-service training from your Gaymar representative. Follow the HAND CHECK procedure (see fig. 3, page 5) to help insure therapy is delivered.

CAUTION Some medical conditions may not respond to this type of therapy. The patient's skin condition should be inspected regularly for redness or breaks, in accordance with facility protocol. If any redness or breaks in skin occur, consult a physician.

Figure 1 - PilloPad and Pillo-Pump® System

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 1.

Remove pad and pump from cartons. Read labels and instructions included with each. If the pump or pad has been exposed to subfreezing temperatures, allow them to stand at room temperature for 30 minutes prior to use.

2.

Place pump on flat surface or suspend pump on end of bed using attached hook. See figure 2.

CAUTION Hang the pump from the foot board of the bed in this position.

Do not hang pump in this position.

Do not place the pump in the patient's bed, in contact with the patient, or under sheets or other coverings. To do so could cause serious injury or could affect pump performance.

Figure 2 - Use of hanging bracket 3.

Unfold pad. Place pad on top of mattress. Place end of pad with air hoses attached at foot of mattress (see fig. 1, page 3). Pad will inflate faster with patient off the pad.

4.

Push air hoses onto the pump outlets located below the ON/OFF switch. Ensure that hoses are not kinked or tucked under the mattress.

5.

Plug power cord into properly grounded outlet. Adjust pressure knob to HIGH (for quick inflation). Switch pump on with orange ON/OFF switch.

6.

Wait 15 minutes for pad to inflate.

7.

Verify that pad and pump are working properly by observing that both sets of cells alternately inflate and deflate. It will take approximately 6 minutes for one complete cycle.

8.

Some Pillo Pads have end flaps. Tuck end flaps of pad under mattress.

9.

Place sheet loosely over pad. Place patient on pad.

10. Perform HAND CHECK (see step 11). Adjust pressure control knob for patient comfort. Most effective pressure relief is obtained with the pump on HIGH setting.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS


OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

CAUTION If the pressure control setting is lowered, a HAND CHECK must be performed to insure patient is receiving proper therapy.

11. HAND CHECK Perform following HAND CHECK, to verify proper inflation of pad: With the patient on his or her back, slide your hand, flat and palm up, between Pillo Pad and mattress, directly under patient's buttocks. Wait for the air cell directly above your hand to fully inflate. If you cannot feel the patient's body, the system is operating properly (see figure 3A) . If, during full inflation of air cell, the patient's body is in direct contact with your flat hand, the system is not operating properly (figure 3B). Adjust pressure control knob to higher setting. Wait 6 minutes and repeat HAND CHECK. If the pressure control knob is already set at HIGH and patient fails the HAND CHECK, check for kinked hoses or damaged pad. If this does not correct the problem, remove from use.

Figure 3A—HAND CHECK showing correct operation

Figure 3B—HAND CHECK showing improper operation

NOTE: Repeat the HAND CHECK daily to assure proper pump and pad operation. If patient fails the HAND CHECK, discontinue use. Service personnel should check pump; see steps 1–3 of the FUNCTIONAL CHECK. 12. Inspect the patient's skin condition regularly.

CAUTION Some medical conditions may not respond to this type of therapy. The patient's skin condition should be inspected regularly for redness or breaks. If any redness or breaks in the skin occur, consult the attending physician.

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STORAGE AND CARE PUMP

Before cleaning, unplug the pump. Clean the housing with a mild detergent and damp cloth. Wipe dry with a clean cloth before operating. Do not submerge in water. Do not autoclave.

PAD

Clean with mild detergent and damp cloth, then wipe dry. It is not necessary to deflate before cleaning. Do not use alcohol or alcohol-based solutions to clean pads. Plastic material should not be exposed to high temperature. Do not allow heat lamps or heating pads to come close to pads. Do not autoclave. When storing, pad should be rolled, not folded. Single patient use pads should be discarded after therapy is discontinued. Do not reuse single patient use pads. Do not place sharp objects in contact with pads.

PAD REPAIR

Heavy duty pads are furnished with a Pinhole Repair Kit (P/N 77539-000) and instructions for pad repair. Follow instructions in kit. Do not attempt to repair single patient use pads.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PHYSICAL Dimensions Weight Housing Ambient Temperature Range Ambient humidity Flow/pressure

37/8" x 49/16" x 9" (10 cm x 12 cm x 23 cm) 4.8 pounds (2.1 kg) ABS Plastic operating temperature, 60°F to 90°F; storage temperature, 20°F to 140°F 0 to 95% RH 2.5 LPM minimum at 50 mm Hg

ELECTRICAL Input Power Cord

Fuse Current Leakage (ungrounded) Ground Resistance

CODE APPROVALS

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108-126 VAC, 60 Hz, 0.07 amp, 6.5 W APP30 14 foot minimum usable length, No. 16 AWG cord with hospital grade plug APP31 11 foot minimum usable length, No. 18 AWG cord with polarized, two-prong plug 1/2 amp, Type 3AG, fast-acting, 250 VAC less than 25 µA typical; 100 µA maximum 0.15 ohms typical; 0.50 ohms maximum (APP30 only) UL 544, CSA 22.2 No. 125

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FUNCTIONAL CHECK

DANGER Disconnect power cord before replacing fuse or servicing equipment. Failure to disconnect power cord can result in electrical shock.

CAUTION •

The FUNCTIONAL CHECK must be performed by qualified technical personnel familiar with good practice for medical device repair. Otherwise, damage to the APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pump and improper therapy may result.

Always perform the FUNCTIONAL CHECK after making repairs. Record each maintenance check. Operation of the APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pump at less than specified flow rates can result in poor or reduced patient support. Improper repair can result in patient injury.

Equipment or tools required for FUNCTIONAL CHECK: • Test Kit (P/N 77924-000) -- includes flowmeter (1 to 10 LPM), fittings and tubing • Manometer, 0-300 mm Hg • Current leakage / ground resistance tester Additional tools required for maintenance/adjustment: • Phillips screwdriver (to remove/install pump housing screws) • 1.5 mm allen wrench (to loosen/tighten the control knob setscrew)

Operate the Pillo-Pump for approximately 1 hour at nominal 120 VAC line voltage prior to performing the following Pressure Control Setting Test and Flow Rate Check.

1. PRESSURE CONTROL SETTING TEST To check the pressure control setting, connect tubing from pump outlet to tee fitting of flowmeter (see figure 4, page 9). With pump operating, pressure control set at LOW, and flowmeter adjustment knob closed (full clockwise position), the pressure reading on the manometer should be 30-45 mm Hg. With the pressure control set at HIGH, the pressure reading on the

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manometer should be 80-120 mm Hg. When cycle changes, it will be necessary to change tube from flowmeter to other outlet. If the pressure readings are out of specification, adjustment of the pressure control is necessary. See CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE section before proceeding to FLOW RATE CHECK. 2. FLOW RATE CHECK Connect the pump as shown in figure 4. Set the pressure control knob to HIGH setting and turn pump on. Adjust the flowmeter knob so that the manometer reads 50 mm Hg. The flowmeter should read at least 2.5 LPM. With the flowmeter adjustment knob fully opened and the manometer reading approximately 0 mm Hg, the flowmeter should read at least 3.5 LPM. Connect tube to other pump outlet and repeat the above. If the flow readings are below specification, refer to CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE section. 3. CYCLE TIME TEST Connect the pump as shown in figure 4. Turn the pump on and observe the manometer. The pressure will cycle up and down. When the manometer pressure reaches its maximum setting, begin timing. A complete cycle will occur after the pressure drops to zero and then rises back to the maximum manometer setting. End timing when the manometer again reaches its maximum setting. This time should be six (6) minutes. Connect the hose to the other outlet and repeat the test. If the cycle time is not six minutes, check for kinked tubes or a faulty timing motor. See CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE, paragraph 4. This test will verify proper operation of the timing motor.

4. CURRENT LEAKAGE If a current leakage in excess of 100 ÂľA is measured, remove pump from service and determine cause. NOTE: A 3/32" diameter hole is provided in bottom of pump at plug end for current leakage and ground resistance tests. 5. GROUND RESISTANCE (APP30 Units Only) Using an ohmmeter, measure the resistance between a ground connection through the 3/32" hole and the ground pin on the power plug. The value cannot exceed 0.50 ohm.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

MANOMETER (0-300 mm Hg)

FLOWMETER P/N 77484-000

Use 1/4" I.D. flexible tubing

FLOWMETER TEE, 1/8 NPT P/N 90078-001

FROM PUMP

ADJUSTMENT KNOB ADAPTER (2) P/N 01027-000

NIPPLE P/N 90071-001

TO MANOMETER

Figure 4 - Pressure/Flow Test Setup

TROUBLESHOOTING

Troubleshooting must be performed by qualified technical personnel familiar with good practice for medical device repair.

DANGER Disconnect power cord before replacing fuse or servicing equipment. Failure to disconnect power cord can result in electrical shock.

PROBLEM

CURE

1.

1.

Both sets of air cells remain inflated for more than 30 seconds

In normal operation, the pump will exhaust air from the previously inflated set of air cells approximately 30 seconds after the other set starts to inflate. The air cells will not evacuate unless pressure is applied to them (such as a person lying on the pad). Check pump output with a manometer (see FUNCTIONAL CHECK). If each outlet alternately emits air for approximately two (2) minutes, then the pad may be defective.

2.

Only one set of air cells inflates

2.

Make sure the hoses are not kinked, loose or blocked. Reverse hose connections to the pad. If the alternate set of air cells inflates, then the timing motor valve

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PROBLEM

CURE assembly may be faulty. See CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE, paragraph 3. If the alternate set of air cells does not inflate, the pad is defective.

3.

Neither set of air cells inflates

3.

Make sure the pump is plugged in, turned on and the indicator light is lit. If the indicator is not lit, unplug the unit and check the fuse. The fuse holder is located next to the power cord on the bottom of the housing. Rotate the screwdriver slot to expose the fuse. If blown, replace with 3AG-1/2 amp, 250 volt, fast-acting type fuse. If the fuse is good, check the pump output (FUNCTIONAL CHECK, paragraph 1) and air flow circulation (FUNCTIONAL CHECK, paragraph 2). Manually inflate each set of air cells.

4.

Air cells inflate too hard or to soft

4.

Adjust pressure control to desired level. Check output with a mercury manometer and connect to pad. See calibration instructions (FUNCTIONAL CHECK, paragraph 1).

5.

No air emitted from pump/loss of power

5.

Check pump output (FUNCTIONAL CHECK, paragraph 2). Be certain that the pump is plugged into a working receptacle by noting if the indicator light in the switch is lit. If the indicator is not lit, unplug the unit and check the fuse. The fuse holder is located next to the power cord on the bottom of the compressor housing. Rotate the screwdriver slot to expose the fuse. If blown, replace with 3AG-1/2 amp, 250 volt, fast-acting type fuse. If loss of power continues, check for a defective plug, on/off switch, pump coil, broken or loose wire.

6.

Excessive noise

6.

If the noise is coming from the timing motor assembly, then it must be replaced (it cannot be repaired). If the noise is coming from the compressor assembly, check rocker arm alignment. If rocker arm assembly is hitting the laminations of the coil assembly, loosen the valve body assembly and push the valve body back slightly to the rear of the housing. If a screeching sound is heard, change the carbon valve gasket or carbon valve assembly (figure 6, item 25).

7.

High current leakage

7.

Leakage current should not exceed 100 µA. Inspect the cord, integrity of the plug, and insulation. Carefully inspect the internal wire harnesses. If high leakage persists, disconnect timing motor assembly and measure current leakage. If the resulting leakage is below 100 µA, replace the timer motor assembly. If the current leakage is above 100 µA, then replace the coil.

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Corrective maintenance must be performed by qualified technical personnel familiar with good practice for medical device repair.

DANGER Disconnect power cord before replacing fuse or servicing equipment. Failure to disconnect power cord can result in electrical shock.

1. FUSE The fuse is located under the housing (figure 6, item 37). Rotate the screwdriver slot to expose the fuse. If the fuse is blown, replace it only with a type 3AG, ½ amp, 250 V, fast-acting type fuse.

DANGER Disconnect power cord before replacing fuse. Failure to disconnect power cord can result in electrical shock.

Operate the Pillo-Pump for approximately one hour at nominal 120 VAC line voltage prior to performing the following Pressure Control Adjustment.

2. PRESSURE CONTROL ADJUSTMENT (Item numbers refer to figure 6). Remove upper housing by removing the four (4) corner retaining screws (item 20) located in the lower housing. Turn the pressure control knob to the LOW setting, then remove knob with a 1.5 mm allen wrench. With pump connected as shown in figure 4 and flowmeter adjustment knob closed, plug in and turn on pump. Rotate stud until manometer pressure reads 30-45 mm Hg. Carefully replace control knob with pointer at the LOW setting. Push knob inward while tightening setscrew. Recheck LOW setting (30-45 mm Hg) and HIGH setting (80-120 mm Hg). 3. TO CORRECT LOW FLOW (Item numbers refer to figure 6). With the upper housing (item 1) removed, first check for kinked, blocked or detached tubing. If tubing is functional, remove the compressor assembly (item 44) by removing the four (4) nuts (item 41). Carefully detach the tubing (item 16) from the manifold fitting (item 32). Remove the compressor assembly from the isolators (item 35). Remove the four (4) screws/lockwashers (item 55) from damper chamber (item 54) on

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compressor cover (item 53). Attach the manometer/flowmeter to the outlet of the valve body (item 48). If necessary, remove O ring (item 58). Plug in and turn on pump. Adjust manometer to 50 mm Hg and read the flowmeter. A minimum of 3.5 LPM at 50 mm Hg or 4.5 LPM at 0 mm Hg is required to meet specifications. Turn off and unplug pump. If within specifications, replace O ring (if removed) and reattach damper chamber to the valve body, being careful not to 'pinch' the O ring. Attach manometer/flowmeter to damper chamber outlet. Plug in and turn on pump. If flow is below 3.0 LPM at 50 mm Hg or 4.0 LPM at 0 mm Hg, then the damper chamber should be replaced. If the compressor is exhibiting low flow conditions it will be necessary to remove the four (4) screws (item 57) from the compressor cover (item 53). Remove foam gasket (item 51) to expose coil (item 49) and valve body assembly (item 48). OLD DESIGN: Unscrew four (4) screws (items 57, 68), two (2) washers (items 69) and two (2) nuts (item 41) and remove the valve body assembly from compressor housing (item 47). NEW DESIGN: Unscrew two (2) screws (item 59) and two (2) nuts (item 41) and remove the valve body assembly from the compressor housing (item 47). Pry open tangs in the rocker arm bracket (item 66) and detach bracket. Unsnap both rocker arm assemblies (item 60) from the valve body assembly (item 48). Inspect each diaphragm (item 62) for cracks, tears, holes or excessive wear. Be sure the diaphragm is securely attached to the rocker arm (item 65) and will not move around easily. Replace diaphragm (item 62) if defective. Reassemble both rocker arm assemblies onto the valve body assembly and reattach valve body to compressor housing. Attach manometer/flowmeter to the valve body assembly. Plug pump in and turn on. Close valve to flowmeter and allow pump to produce maximum pressure. Turn off pump and notice how the mercury column drops. If the pressure remains steady or drops slowly, the flutter valves are good. If the pressure drops quickly, the valve body assembly must be replaced (it is not repairable). When the valve body assembly is removed and reinstalled, the gap between magnet and coil must be 0.030". Recheck the output from the valve body assembly and confirm readings as required in the previous paragraphs. Reassemble the compressor cover and damper chamber. Reattach compressor onto isolators in bottom housing. Reconnect the tubing to the manifold fitting. If the compressor and damper chamber are functioning properly, then the problem may be with the pressure control or the carbon valve assembly.

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CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE


CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE

To check the unit for air leakage through the pressure control assembly (item 3), attach the manometer/flowmeter to one of the pump outlets. Turn pump on and adjust flowmeter until manometer reads 50 mm Hg. Place your finger over the relief hole located on the side of the pressure control body (item 5) and determine if there is any increase in flow or pressure. If either the flow or pressure increases, replace pressure control assembly (item 3). If no increase occurs, the problem will be in the carbon valve assembly (item 25). 4. TIMING MOTOR/CARBON VALVES The rotation of the carbon valve is controlled by a timing motor at a 1/6 RPM rate. One rotation should occur every six (6) minutes. To replace the timing motor or carbon valve, remove the power plug from outlet and remove the four (4) screws (item 20) from the timing bracket (item 21).

CAUTION Do not scratch the faces of the carbon valves (items 27, 28). Valves must be replaced if scratched.

If carbon valves are being replaced, no further disassembly is required. To replace the timing motor, disconnect terminals from the on/off switch (item 14). Clip off wire connectors (item 45) where the two (2) wires meet. Once the assembly is free, remove the cotter pin (item 24), spring (item 23) and drive pin (item 22). Unfasten two (2) screws (item 18), two (2) nuts (item 19) and remove timing motor (item 17) from mounting bracket (item 21). Attach new timing motor to bracket with two (2) screws and two (2) nuts. Press drive pin onto timing motor shaft until it snaps into place. Place spring onto drive pin and secure in place with cotter pin. Reattach assembly to lower housing by aligning the drive pin into the center hole of the carbon valves. Secure bracket to housing using four (4) screws. Attach one (1) wire from the compressor to one (1) wire from the timing motor and crimp a terminal (item 45) to the end. Repeat for the other compressor and timing motor wires. Reconnect the terminals to the on/off switch. After reassembly is completed, perform FUNCTIONAL CHECK before returning pump to use. 5. CURRENT LEAKAGE (Above 100 ÂľA) Inspect all internal wires for cuts and abrasions. Inspect power cord and plug. If the wire and power cord are not damaged, replace the coil (item 49). 6. GROUND RESISTANCE (Above 0.5 ohm) (APP30 only) Tighten ground screw (item 42) on compressor cover. If high ground resistance persists, replace power cord.

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Figure 5 - Electrical Schematics

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Description

P/N

Item

Upper housing (APP30)

77691-000

17

Upper housing (APP31)

77692-000

2

Front panel assembly

3

Pressure control assembly

4

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REPAIR PARTS LIST

P/N

Item

P/N

Timing motor

07747-000

32

Manifold

06181-000

17a

Retainer

10748-000

33

Handle

06170-000

77525-000

18

Screw

*

34

Compressor mount'g brkt

06167-000

77666-000

19

Nut

*

35

Isolator

90941-000

Clip

N/A

20

Screw

90514-004

36

Fuse holder assembly

91316-000

5

Pressure control body

N/A

21

Timing motor bracket

06180-000

37

Fuse (3AG-1/2A, 250 V)

90695-011

6

Ball

N/A

22

Drive pin

06162-000

Strain relief bushing (APP30)

90426-002

Strain relief bushing (APP31)

90426-000

Power cord (APP30)

07799-000

Power cord (APP31)

08171-000 90085-016

1

38 7

Spring

N/A

23

Spring

90942-002

8

Pressure control stud

N/A

24

Cotter pin

90949-003 39

9

Nylon washer

N/A

25

Carbon valve assembly

10

Rubber bushing

N/A

26

Carbon valves (in item 25)

N/A

40

Handle clip

11

SS washer

N/A

27

Rotating valve (in item 25)

N/A

41

Nut

*

12

Knob (with set screw)

06182-000

28

Stationary valve (in item 25)

N/A

42

Screw, ground (APP30)

*

13

Knob set screw

*

29

Valve gasket

06169-000

43

Lockwasher

*

14

On/Off switch

Lower housing ass'y (APP30)

77493-000

44

Compressor assembly

Lower housing ass'y (APP31)

77663-000

45

Wire connector

Rubber Feet

90940-000

46

Timing motor assembly (incl items 17-19, 21-24)

06230-000

46a

Shrink tubing, 1" ID x 2½" L

80100-000

90994-000

77669-000

09416-000

30 15

Front panel

16

Tubing

N/A *

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Figure 6 - APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pumps (Sheet 1 of 3)

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Item No.

Description

OLD P/N

NEW P/N

N/A

N/A

47

Compressor housing

48

Diaphragm / Valve body assembly

77664-000

77664-000

49

Coil

09411-000

09411-000

50

Washer

51

Foam gasket

52

Screw

53 54 55 56

*

*

07810-000

07810-000

*

*

Compressor cover

06156-000

06156-000

Damper chamber

06171-000

06171-000

Screw / Lockwasher

*

*

Washer

*

*

57

Screw

*

*

58

O ring

90295-007

90295-009

59

Screw

*

*

Figure 6 - APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pumps (Sheet 2 of 3).

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69 60

68

48

48 67 66

There are two versions of the rocker arm assembly and bracket. Use the table below to determine the part number (P/N) for your pump. The 6th character of the serial number identifies the configuration.

67

61

66

62 63 60 64

screw must be flush or one thread beyond nut

65 64

(e.g., S/N APP31DE69001 is config. “D” and requires the OLD P/N) Model APP30

Configuration “C” and earlier “D” and later “D” and earlier “E” and later

APP31

Use P/N OLD NEW OLD NEW

Item No.

Description

OLD P/N

NEW P/N

77667-000

78052-000

N/A

N/A

07736-000

07736-000

60

Rocker arm / Diaphragm assembly

61

Screw

62

Diaphragm

63

Washer

N/A

N/A

64

Nut

N/A

N/A

65

Rocker arm assembly

N/A

N/A

66

Rocker arm mounting bracket

08233-000

09360-000

67

Rocker arm isolator

06240-000

06240-000

68

Screws

90988-003

N/A

69

Lockwasher

90049-003

N/A

70

Miscellaneous parts kit (contains all items shown with *)

77670-000

77670-000

Figure 6 - APP30/APP31 Pillo-Pumps (Sheet 3 of 3).

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www.gaymar.com P/N 10901-000 8/00

REPAIR PARTS LIST


www.gaymar.com P/N 10901-000 8/00 速

GAYMAR INDUSTRIES, INC.

10 Centre Drive Orchard Park, NY 14127-2295 Phone: 1 800 828-7341 (716) 662-2551

PILLO-PUMPS速 AND PILLO PADS速 ARE MADE IN THE USA

FAX: 1 800 993-7890 (716) 662-0748

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