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Identify your tool Groove indicates latest generation tool

How you insert the GPS™ Internal Replacement Male will depend upon the version of the GPS™ Core Tool (1000-96) you possess. Check the back end and look for a groove.

The insertion technique for the GPS™ Internal Replacement Male may differ slightly from the technique for the GPS™ External Replacement Male.

No groove present on earlier generation tool

Insertion with latest generation tool

Step 1: Pick up the replacement male with the back end of the tool. The opening at the end of the tool will fit out the internal structure of the replacement male.

Step 2: Place the replacement male into the metal housing and use the tool to push it into place. Be sure to apply adequate pressure.

Step 3: Verify that the replacement male is fully seated by checking that the top is flush with the top of the metal housing.

Insertion with earlier generation tool

Step 1: Unthread the yellow end of the tool from the hand. Do not overlook this step as the threaded post used for removal could damage the replacement male.

Step 2: Insert the yellow end of the tool into the replacement male, aligning the two protrusions with the retention slots.

Step 3: Place the replacement male into the metal housing and use the tool end to push it into place. Be sure to apply adequate pressure.

Step 4: Verify that the replacement male is fully seated by checking that the top is flush with the top of the metal housing. www.implantdirect.com

GPS™ Internal Insertion Instructions  

A guide on how to insert GPS™ Internal Replacement Male.

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