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BrightView

Planned Maintenance
Manual
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CSIP Level 1
Sec 1: Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Sec 2: Gantry Cover Removal & Inspections (6-month). . . . . . . . 9
Sec 3: Table Inspections & Lubrications (6-month) . . . . . . . . . . 15
Sec 4: Gantry/Detector Alignment Checks (6-month) . . . . . . . . 19
Sec 5: Gantry Lube & Cover Replacement (6-month) . . . . . . . . 21
Sec 6: Detector & Table Cover Removal & Checks (Annual) . . 43
Sec 7: Detector Calibration and Final Checks (6-month) . . . . . . 55
Apx A: Table Needle Bearing Lubrication (Annual) . . . . . . . . . 57
Apx B: Logs (6-month & Annual). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63

Author: george.bell@philips.com

Philips Healthcare

3860 North First St

San Jose, CA 95134-1702

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CSIP LEVEL 1
This document and the information contained in it is strictly reserved for current Philips Medical Systems ("Philips") personnel,
Philips licensed representatives and Philips customers who have purchased a valid service agreement for use by the customers
designated in-house service employee on equipment located at the customers designated site. Use of this document by unauthorized
persons is strictly prohibited. This document must be returned to Philips when the user is no longer licensed and in any event upon
Philips first written request.

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CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL


The following conventions are used in this manual.

C
B



WARNING: Messages that alert you to conditions that may result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION: Messages that alert you to conditions that may result in one or more of the following.

Minor or moderate injury


Damage to the equipment or other property
Data loss

IMPORTANT: Vital information that describes how to properly install, configure, or use the system.

TIP: Information that will help you perform a task

NOTE: Additional information that may help explain an action or procedure.

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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL


SPECT Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography.
Cal

An abbreviation of the word Calibration.

REVISION HISTORY

Rev A

Initial release.

Rev B

Added Table Needle Bearing lubrication.

Rev C

Added Collimator Locking Pin and Table Floor Locking Pin lubrication.

Rev D

Reformatted. Added details and illustrations for cover removal, gantry calibration checks and lubrication. Removed the
requirement to measure detector voltages during visits. Changed detector bonnet removal from every six months to every
12 months - and only for the purpose of cleaning fans, filters and checking/lubricating collimator locking mechanisms.
Created annual section to describe detector and some table checks that are only done every 12 months.

Rev E

Eliminated requirement to perform Gantry and Detector mechanical alignments. Changed Table Drive Belt inspections
from 6 months to 12 months. Clarified that Center of Rotation (COR) Calibrations and QA procedures must be performed
every 6 months.

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SECTION 1
INTRODUCTION
PURPOSE
This document specifies these planned maintenance checks for BrightView cameras:

Semi-Annual Checks: Gantry inspections and lubrications; Table inspections and lubrications not
requiring removal of large Table Covers.
Annual Checks: Detector Fan/Filer Cleaning and Collimator Locking Mechanisms (that require
Bonnet removal); Table inspections/lubrications (that require removal of the large Table Covers).

RESPONSIBILITIES
The Field Service Engineer assigned to each customer site is responsible for performing these procedures.

REQUIRED LUBRICANTS AND TOOLS

Lubriplate 630-2 (9999-5047, 4535 601 38041)


Multi Purpose Green Lubricant (9999-5090, 4535 601 38401)
Power AC Lub (9999-5044, 4535 601 38011)
Grease Pump (similar to 9999-5072, 4535 601 38271)
Push-pull Gauge >10 lbs or >4.5 kg (9999-5388, 4535 602 18391)
Digital level or digital protractor
Common field service tools

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Introduction

PRELIMINARY CHECKS
Ideally, before scheduling a Planned Maintenance visit, do the following steps to determine the work and
time requirements for the visit, and set appropriate customer expectations:
1. Ask the customer about specific problems that will require attention/correction.
2. Review equipment history records for trends. Compare the installed Field Change Orders (FCOs)
with available FCOs. Order the required parts/kits.
3. Review the customers Quality Control (QC) and Center of Rotation (COR) Calibration and QA
images to determine which detector tuning or gantry calibrations may be necessary.
4. Test a Pre-programmed Motion involving all motions. Listen for excessive noise.
5. Test all E-stop Switches.
6. Inspect the covers and labels for wear and appearance. Order replacements as necessary.
7. Inspect the paint. Order any necessary touch-up paints.
8. Obtain the lubricants and tools shown on the previous page.
9. If the site does not have hard copies of Planned Maintenance Logs, print the logs in Appendix B.

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TIME REQUIREMENTS
If you do not need to retune the Detectors and no Gantry calibrations affecting Collimator Exchanges are
necessary, allow 4 - 6 hours for a semi-annual, and 6 - 8 hours for an annual Planned Maintenance Visit.
If Detector tuning is necessary, allow an additional 2 - 4 hours without Linearity, and another 1 - 2 hours if
Linearity is necessary. In a small room where you cannot tune both detectors simultaneously, detector
tuning times will double (i.e., 4 - 8 without Linearity and another 2 - 4 with Linearity).
If you recalibrate any Gantry motion that affects Collimator Exchanges, allow 0.5 hours per Collimator
Cart.

ABOUT THIS MANUAL


In this manual, Planned Maintenance checks are indicated by a check box in front of the check.
For example:

The Table Vertical Drive Mechanism is free of metal flakes and dust; it does not show excessive wear.

Steps preparing for a maintenance check are numbered or lettered.


For example:
1. Lower the Table all the way down.
a. Remove the Left and Right Shroud Covers.

Sections 1 through 7 and Appendix A of this manual are CSIP Level 1. You can print those parts of this
manual, but you cannot leave them on site.
However, Appendix B is CSIP Level 0. You should print out Appendix B, use a pen to enter information
into the logs and leave Appendix B on site.

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SECTION 2
GANTRY COVER REMOVAL AND INSPECTIONS
(6-MONTH)
You must do the steps in this section every six months.

PRELIMINARY INSPECTIONS
1. Inspect the covers (particularly the moving Radius and Table Covers), labels and paint for excessive
wear and appearance; apply touch-up paint or replace as necessary.

The Covers do not show excessive wear; labels and paint are satisfactory.

2. Run a Pre-programmed Motion involving all motions. Listen for excessive noise, vibration, uneven
motion and coasting. If the Gantry Roll motion is noisy, adjust Gantry Roll Backlash as specified in
the Backlash Adjustment Procedure (4535 604 70171).

None of the Gantry motions exhibit excessive noise, vibration, uneven motion or coasting.

3. While running a Pre-programmed Motion, press on the Covers of the two mounted Collimators;
verify that the gantry motion stops. Mount all Collimators and repeat the same test.

Pressure on any Collimator Cover will stop gantry motions.

4. Verify that all E-stop Switches (Gantry User Power Panel, Gantry left side, Table and Acquisition
Console) will stop gantry motions.

All E-Stop Switches will stop gantry motions.

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Right Side Gantry Cover

GANTRY COVER REMOVAL


Remove the Gantry covers in this order:
1. Remove the Right Leveling Cover which is attached
with Velcro. Do the same for the Left Leveling Cover.

Rear Access Cover

2. Remove the Rear Access Cover which is attached


with four button head screws.

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3. On the sides of the Gantry Base, push in the Lower


Latch Buttons to release the lower ends of the Right
Side Gantry Cover. Repeat for the Left Side Gantry
Cover.

Right Leveling Cover

Lower Latch Buttons

TIP: The next step is much easier with two people.


4. Remove the Right Side Gantry Cover by pulling that cover out at the bottom, and lifting it up and off
the hooks inside the Gantry. Similarly, remove the Left Side Gantry Cover.

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5. Remove the Right Front Gantry Cover by:

Right Front Gantry Cover

a. removing the four M5 nuts that attach the inside center


of that cover to a mounting bracket, and
b. removing the M4 screw that attaches the bottom of that
cover to a mounting bracket on the Docking Bay.
6. In a similar manner, remove the Left Front Gantry Cover.

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GANTRY INSPECTIONS
1. Power down the system (hold upper left button on User Panel for 2 seconds) and use a small hand
vacuum to clean these fans:
a. two fans on the top of the Gantry Electronics Panel (right side of the Gantry),
b. one fan on each of the two motherboards on the Gantry Electronics Panel, and
c. one fan on each of the two power supplies in the rear of the Gantry.
2. Restore power to the system (hold upper left button on User Panel for 2 seconds).
3. Ensure the fans are functioning:

The fans in the Gantry Electronics Panel and the Rear of the Gantry are clean and functioning.

4. Inspect the Gantry for loose wires, cables, brackets, belts, screws and nuts:

There are no loose wires, cables, brackets, belts, screws or nuts.

5. Inspect the Radius, Tangential and Ring cable troughs for proper cable alignment and signs of wear.

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The Radius, Tangential and Ring cable troughs are properly aligned and do not show signs of
wear.

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EXCHANGER, COLLIMATOR AND DOCKING BAY INSPECTIONS


1. Inspect each Exchanger Cart for loose screws and nuts. Inspect each Bracket for excessive wear.

No Exchanger Carts have loose screws or nuts; the Brackets do not show excessive wear.
Collimator
Jam Nut
(early 2007)

2. On each Collimator, visually inspect each Dog,


Hook, Hook Fastener and Jam Nut (early 2007
Carts) or Set Screw (late 2007 and beyond) for
excessive wear and tightness.

None of the fasteners on the Collimators


show excessive wear.

Collimator
Set Screw
(late 2007 & beyond)

Collimator Hook

Collimator
Hook Fasteners

Collimator Dog

Exchanger Bracket

3. On the Docking Bay, check the condition of the


cart-sensing switches, wiring and motor.

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The Docking Bay cart-sensing switches,


wiring and motor are functional.

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SECTION 3
TABLE INSPECTIONS AND LUBRICATIONS
(6-MONTH)
You must do the steps in this section every six months.

TABLE INSPECTIONS
1. At the front of the Table, inspect and test the Table Locking Pin.

The Table Locking Pin is functional.

2. With the Handcontroller and with no weight on the Table Pallet, advance the Pallet toward the
Catcher.

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The Table Pallet is no more than 4 mm above the Catcher Rollers.

There are no signs of excessive wear on the Catcher Ramp.

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TABLE LUBRICATION
1. Remove the Patient Pallet by lifting the Black-colored Latch on
the Table "Pillow". Move the Patient Pallet in toward the Gantry
about 10 cm (to avoid hitting the E-Stop Button with the Handle),
then tilt the Pillow up and slide the Patient Pallet completely out
of the Table.

Black-colored Latch
Pillow

Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover

2. Remove the Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover from the center of


the Table by removing the screws that attach that cover to the
Table.

Button Head Screws

IMPORTANT: In the next step, be careful not to put lubricant on


the Teflon-coated Longitudinal Leadscrew.
3. Clean the Longitudinal Rail with clean wipes and apply Multi
Purpose Green Lubricant

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The Longitudinal Rail is clean and lubricated.

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Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover


Button Head Screws

4. Re-attach the Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover with the button


head screws.

5. Replace the Patient Pallet by ensuring the Pillow is in the up


position and sliding the Pallet under the Pillow.

Black-colored Latch
Pillow

6. Press the down on the Black-colored Latch on the Table "Pillow".

7. On the Table Locking Pin at the front of the Table, apply a small amount of Power AC lubricant to
the Locking Pin Shaft:

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The Table Locking Pin Shaft is lubricated.

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SECTION 4
GANTRY/DETECTOR MECHANICAL ALIGNMENT CHECKS
(6-MONTH)
You must do the steps in this section every six months.

Tangential Drive Jam Nut Checks


1. Put the camera in this position again:

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GantryRoll = 0.00
Det1R =
-558.00
Det1T =
0.00
Theta1 =
- 90.00
Det2R =
558.00
Det2T =
0.00
Theta2 =
90.00

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Gantry/Detector Mechanical Alignment Checks (6-month)

Access to
Detector 1
Tangential
Jam Nut

2. Visually inspect the jam nuts on the Tangential


Leadscrews; ensure the outside jam nut is still
tight against the inside jam nut.1

Access to
Detector 2
Tangential
Jam Nut

The Detector 1 Tangential Leadscrew Jam Nut is tight.

The Detector 2 Tangential Leadscrew Jam Nut is tight.

3. Re-install the Collimators on both Detectors.


Jam Nuts

1. If the outside jam nut is not tight against the inside one, obtain a torque wrench and torque the outside jam nut to the inside one at 130 in-lbs (15 NM).

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SECTION 5
GANTRY LUBRICATION AND COVER REPLACEMENT
(6-MONTH)
You must do the steps in this section every six months.
Before applying new lubricant, this section will instruct you to inspect and clean the Radius and Tangent
Drives.
NOTE: The grease on these drives should be green or tan in color. Dark or black grease may indicate
excessive wear or binding and requires further investigation.
Gantry lubrication steps:
1. If not already mounted, to protect the crystals, mount Collimators on both Detectors.
2. To pre-position the Gantry, select the Pre Programmed option for SPECT 180.
3. Initiate Motdiag (double click on Gantry Teraterm, press ENTER and type motdiag)
4. Enter the privilege mode by pressing P.
CAUTION: In Motdiag, the collision avoidance features do not function. When using Motdiag,
watch Detector motions and be ready to stop a motion by pressing the Space Bar on the Acquisition
Station or hitting an Emergency Stop Button. If you are not careful, you can run the Detectors into
the floor, into each other or into the Catcher. This will cause considerable damage to the equipment.

5. Swing the table out of the way.

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RADIUS DRIVE CLEANING


1. Using Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), put the camera in this position: 1, 2

GantryRoll = 0.00
Det1R =
-550.00
Det1T =
0.00
Theta1 =
- 90.00
Det2R =
550.00
Det2T =
0.00
Theta2 =
90.00

Radius 2
Lead
Screw

Left
Radius
Rail

Radius 1
Lead
Screw

Right
Radius
Rail

2. Inspect the exposed parts of the Radius 1 & 2


Lead Screws and the left & right Radius Rails.
Use clean wipes to remove excessive or dark/black grease.

The exposed parts of the Radius 1 & 2 Lead Screws are free
of excessive or dark/black grease.

The exposed parts of the left and right Radius Rails are free of
excessive or dark/black grease.

Right
Radius
Rail

Left
Radius
Rail

1. You may need to press Collision Override on the Touch Screen before moving to these positions.
2. To move a motion with Motdiag, use the left/right arrow keys to go to page 1 (Arm Mode), use the up/down arrow keys to select a motion (e.g., Gantry Roll), press F (set Motion Final Position), type the desired final position value (e.g., -90), press ENTER and press S (Start/Stop Motion). The system will move to the selected motion to the final position.

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3. Inspect the inside Radius 1 & 2 Limit Sensors. Ensure no oil


(from the breakdown of old grease) has dripped into the
sensors. Clean as necessary.

Inside
Radius
Limit Sensors

The inside Radius 1 and 2 Limit Sensors are clean.

Inside
Radius
Limit
Sensor

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4. Using Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), put the camera in


this position:

Det1R =

-300.00

5. Inspect the other exposed parts of the Radius 1 Lead Screw,


the left & right Radius Rails and the outside Radius 1 Limit
Sensor. Use clean wipes to remove excessive or dark/black
grease.

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The exposed parts of the Radius 1 Lead Screw are free


of excessive or dark/black grease.

The exposed parts of the right Radius Rail are free of


excessive or dark/black grease.

The outside Radius 1 Limit Sensor is clean.

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6. Using Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), put the camera back in this position:

Det1R =

-550.00

CAUTION: Do the last step and the next step separately. If you rotate the Gantry while either
Radius is at -300, you will hit the Catcher.

7. Using Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), put the camera to


this position:

Access to
Outside
Radius 2
Limit
Sensor

GantryRoll = 90.00
Det2R =
300.00

8. Inspect the outside Radius 2 Limit Sensor; ensure no oil


(from the breakdown of old grease) has dripped into the
sensors. Inspect the exposed parts of the Radius 2 Lead
Screw and Radius Rail. Clean as necessary.

The Radius 2 Limit Sensor is clean.

The exposed parts of the Radius 2 Rail and Lead Screw are free of excessive or dark/black
grease.

9. Using Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), put the camera back in this position:

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Det2R =

550.00

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TANGENT DRIVE CLEANING


1. Inspect the inside and outside Tangent Rails. Use
clean wipes to remove excessive or dark/black
grease.

The left and right inside Tangent Rails are


free of excessive or dark/black grease.

The left and right outside Tangent Rails are


free of excessive or dark/black grease.

2. Inspect the Tangent 1 & 2 Lead Screws. Use


clean wipes to remove excessive or dark/black
grease.

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The Tangent 1 & 2 Lead Screws are free of


excessive or dark/black grease.

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Outside
Tangent
Rail

Outside
Tangent
Rail

Inside
Tangent
Rails

Outside
Tangent
Rail

Tangent 2
Lead
Screw

Outside
Tangent
Rail

Tangent 1
Lead
Screw

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3. Inspect the upper and lower Tangent 1 & 2


Limit Sensors (4 sensors); ensure no oil (from
the breakdown of old grease) has dripped into
the sensors. Clean as necessary.

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The upper and lower Tangent 1 Limit


Sensors are clean.

The upper and lower Tangent 2 Limit


Sensors are clean.

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Access to
Tangent #2
Limit
Sensor

Access to
Tangent #1
Limit
Sensor

Access to
Tangent #2
Limit
Sensor

Access to
Tangent #1
Limit
Sensor

Tangent 2
Limit
Sensor
(Upper)

Tangent 1
Limit
Sensor
(Upper)

Tangent 2
Limit
Sensor
(Lower)

Tangent 1
Limit
Sensor
(Lower)

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TANGENT DRIVE LUBRICATION


1. Load the Grease Pump with Multi Purpose Green Lubricant (see tools in Section 1 - Introduction).
2. Using Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1) put the camera in this position:

GantryRoll =
0.00
Det1R =
-400.00
Det1T =
-350.00
Theta1 =
- 90.00
Det2R =
550.00
Det2T =
0.00
Theta2 =
90.00

Access to
Tangent 1
Upper &
Lower
Grease
Fittings (2)

Det 1

3. To lubricate the left-side Tangent 1 Bearing Blocks,


stand on the left side of the Gantry.
4. Locate both upper-left Grease Fittings on the Bearing
Blocks that ride on the Tangent 1 Rails.
5. Apply one or two pumps of Multi Purpose Green Lubricant to both left-side
Tangent 1 Grease Fittings.

Both left-side Tangent 1 Grease Fittings are lubricated.

Grease
Fittings

Det 1
View from the left

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6. To lubricate the upper-right Tangent 2 Drive grease fitting,


stand to the right of the cameras centerline and look down.
Det 1

7. Locate the upper-right Grease Fitting on the Bearing Block


that rides on the upper Tangent 2 Rail.

Access to
Tangent 2
Upper Grease Fitting (1)
(Detector not shown for clarity)

8. Apply one or two pumps of lubricant to the upper-right Tangent 2


Grease Fitting and the Lead Screw as needed.

The upper-right Tangent 2 Grease Fitting and the Lead Screw are
lubricated.

Upper
Grease
Fitting

Upper
Tangent 2
Rail
Upper
Bearing
Block

Det 2
View from upper right

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9. Using Motdiag, put the camera in this position:

Det1R =
Det1T =

-300.00
350.00
Det 1
Access to
Tangent 2
Upper Grease Fitting (1)
(Detector not shown for clarity)

10. To lubricate the upper-left Tangent 2 Drive grease fitting,


stand to the left of the cameras centerline and look down.

11. Locate the upper-left Grease Fitting on the Bearing Block that rides
on the upper Tangent 2 Rail.

12. Apply one or two pumps of lubricant to the upper-left Tangent 2


Grease Fitting and the Lead Screw as needed.

The upper-left Tangent 2 Grease Fitting and the Lead Screw are
lubricated.

Upper
Tangent 2
Rail

Upper
Grease
Fitting

Upper
Bearing
Block

Det 2
View from upper left

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CAUTION: To avoid a collision, do the next two


steps separately and in the order indicated.

Access to
Tangent 2
Upper
Grease
Fitting (1)

Det 2

13. Using Motdiag, put the camera in this position:

Det1R =

-550.00

14. Using Motdiag, put the camera in this position:

Det 1

GantryRoll = 180.00
Det2R =
400.00
Det2T =
350.00

15. To lubricate the upper-left Tangent 2 Bearing Block, stand on the left side of the Gantry.
16. Locate the upper-left Grease Fitting on the Bearing Block that rides on the
upper Tangent 2 Rail.
17. Apply one or two pumps of lubricant to the upper-left Tangent 2 Grease
Fitting.

The upper-left Tangent 2 Grease Fitting is lubricated.

Upper
Tangent 2
Rail

Upper
Grease
Fitting

Upper
Bearing
Block

Det 2
View from upper left

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18. Using Motdiag, put the camera in this position:

GantryRoll = 180.00 (should be already)


Det1T =
0.00
Det2R =
300.00
Det2T =
-350.00

19. To lubricate the upper-left Tangent 1 Drive grease


fitting, stand to the left of the cameras centerline and
look down.

Det 2
Access to
Tangent 1
Upper Grease Fitting (1)
(Detector not shown for clarity)

20. Locate the upper-left Grease Fitting on the Bearing Block that rides on
the upper Tangent 1 Rail.
21. Apply one or two pumps of lubricant to the upper-left Tangent 1 Grease
Fitting and the Lead Screw as needed.

The upper-left Tangent 1 Grease Fitting and the Lead Screw are
lubricated.

Upper
Tangent 1
Rail

Upper
Grease
Fitting

Upper
Bearing
Block

Det 1
View from upper left

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22. To lubricate the upper-right Tangent 2 Bearing Block,


stand on the right side of the Gantry.

Det 2

Access to
Tangent 2
Upper
Grease
Fitting (1)

Det 1

23. Locate the upper-right Grease Fitting on the Bearing Block that rides
on the upper Tangent 2 Rail.
24. Apply one or two pumps of lubricant to the upper-right Tangent 2
Grease Fitting.

Upper
Tangent 2
Rail
Upper
Bearing
Block

The upper-right Tangent 2 Grease Fitting is lubricated.

CAUTION: To avoid a collision, do the next step before going to the


next page.

Upper
Grease
Fitting

Det 2
View from upper right

25. Using Motdiag, put the camera in this position:

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RADIUS DRIVE LUBRICATION


1. Using Motdiag, Arm mode (page 1) put the camera
in this position:

GantryRoll = 90.00
Det1R =
-550.00
Det1T =
0.00
Theta1 =
- 90.00
Det2R =
550.00
Det2T =
0.00
Theta2 =
90.00

Access to
Radius 1
Rail
Grease
Fitting

2. To lubricate the Detector 1 Radius Rails, stand on the right side of the
Gantry.

Grease
Fitting

3. Apply one or two pumps of Multi Purpose Green Lubricant to the Upper and
Lower Grease Fittings and the Linear Gear as needed.

The Upper and Lower Detector 1 Radius Grease Fittings and Linear
Gear are lubricated.

Radius
Rail
Bearing
Block

Radius 1
Radius
Rail
Grease
Fitting

Bearing
Block

View from the right

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4. To lubricate the Detector 2 Radius Rails, stand on the


left side of the Gantry.
Access to
Radius 2
Rail
Grease
Fitting

5. Apply one or two pumps of Multi Purpose Green Lubricant to the Upper
and Lower Grease Fittings and the Linear Gear as needed.

The Upper and Lower Detector 2 Radius Grease Fittings and Linear
Gear are lubricated.

Bearing
Block

Grease
Fitting

Radius
Rail
Radius 2

Bearing
Block

Radius
Rail

Grease
Fitting

View from the left

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!

Gantry Lubrication and Cover Replacement (6-month)

IMPORTANT: In the steps on this page and the next, if you see a
Red Plastic Plug on the circumference of the Flanged Ball Nut on
either Radius Leadscrew, you must add a Grease Fitting(s)
following the steps in the BrightView Radius Safety Plate Install
Procedure (4598 000 07211).
CAUTION: If you see an empty grease port, that is probably
because ball bearings from inside the Flanged Ball Nut have
pushed the Red Plastic Plug out. That is potentially a very serious
situation; you need to quickly order and replace the Radius
Leadscrew for any drive with a empty Grease Fitting. See the
BrightView Leadscrew Replacement Procedure (4535 608 29221).
6. To lubricate the Detector 2 Radius Leadscrew, locate the Grease
Fitting on the circumference of the Flanged Ball Nut on the
Radius 2 Leadscrew. You may need to look upward from inside
the Gantry Bore, or look down from the top while standing on a
stool.

Cables
not shown
for clarity

Flanged
Ball
Nut

Leadscrew

Grease
Fitting
Orientation
may be different
than shown

7. With a grease gun, apply Multi Purpose Green Lubricant to the


Grease Fitting on the Radius 2 Flanged Ball Nut until lubricant is
just barely visible at the seals on either side of that nut.

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8. To lubricate the Detector 1 Radius Leadscrew, use Motdiag Arm mode (page 1) to put the camera in
this position:

GantryRoll = - 90.00

9. In a similar manner, locate the Grease Fitting on the circumference of the Flanged Ball Nut on the
Radius 1 Leadscrew.
10. With a grease gun, apply Multi Purpose Green Lubricant to the Grease Fitting on the Radius 1
Flanged Ball Nut until lubricant is just barely visible at the seals on either side of that nut.

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GANTRY ROLL GEAR CLEANING & LUBRICATION


1. Using Motdiag, Arm mode (page 1), place the Gantry in this position:

GantryRoll = 0.00
Det1R =
-550.00
Det1T =
0.00
Theta1 =
- 90.00
Det2R =
550.00
Det2T =
0.00
Theta2 =
90.00

2. Inspect the floor under the Gantry Roll Gear and


remove any oil that my have dripped there from the
break down of grease on the Gantry Roll Gear.
3. Use clean wipes to remove excessive or dark/black
grease from the Roll Gear and Spur Gear (left side) that
drives the Gantry Roll Gear.
4. If the Spur Gear appears dry, apply Lubriplate 630-2.

The Spur Gear is lubricated.


Spur Gear

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5. Locate the grease fitting on the right side of the Gantry


Roll Gear.
6. To lubricate the Gantry Roll Gear, do these steps:
a. Apply one pump of Lubriplate 630-2 to the grease
fitting.

Access to
Gantry Roll Gear
Grease Fitting
(with red cover)

b. Rotate the Gantry to 90 degrees and apply another


pump of lubricant.
c. Rotate the Gantry to 180 degrees and apply
another pump of lubricant.
d. Rotate the Gantry to 270 degrees and apply another pump of lubricant.
e. Rotate the Gantry to -270 degrees to distribute the lubricant.

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GANTRY COVER REPLACEMENT


Gantry Covers

Right Front Gantry Cover

TIP: Installing Gantry Covers is much easier with two people.


Replace the Gantry Covers by these steps:
1. Attach the Left Front Cover by hanging the cover on the
front Upper Hooks and securing the bottom of the cover to
its mounting bracket on the front of the Gantry Leg using
two M6 x 12 socket head screws and lock washers.
2. Attach the Right Front Cover in a similar manner.

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Right Side Gantry Cover

3. Attach the Left Side Gantry Cover by hanging the cover on


the side Upper Hooks and then push the bottom of the cover
into the two Lower Latch Brackets on the sides of the
Gantry Leg.

Rear
Access
Cover

4. Attach the Right Side Gantry Cover in a similar manner.


5. On the front corners of the Gantry, install the Right
Leveling Cover using the Velcro provided.
6. In a similar manner, attach the Left Leveling Cover.
7. Attach the Rear Access Cover with four button head
screws.Rotate the Gantry to ensure the covers fit properly.

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SECTION 6
DETECTOR AND TABLE COVER REMOVAL, AND CHECKS
(ANNUAL)
On an annual basis, you must do the Detector and Table inspections/lubrications in this section in addition to the
semi-annual inspections described in previous sections of this manual. These steps involve Detector and Table
Cover removal.

DETECTOR COVER REMOVAL


1. Remove the Detector 1 covers in this order:
a. Remove the "caps" that cover the attachment screws and
then remove the Left Arm Side Cover and the Right Arm
Side Cover.

Left Arm Side Cover

Bonnet

b. Remove the Bonnet.


Right Arm Side Cover

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2. On a non-tilting Detector 2, repeat the above steps to remove the Side


Covers and Bonnet.

Left and Right


Arm Side Covers

3. On a tilting Detector 2, remove the covers in this order:


a. For the Bottom Arm Cover: Remove the "caps" that cover the
attachment screws, remove four screws and remove the cover.
b. For the Detector Bottom Cover: Tilt the Detector to 15 degrees
and remove the two screws attaching the front of the cover. Tilt
the Detector to -15 degrees, remove the screws holding the rear
of the cover and remove the cover.

Bonnet

Bottom Arm Cover


Detector Bottom Cover

c. For the Bonnet: Remove the screws attaching the rear of the Bonnet. Tilt the Detector to 15
degrees, remove the screws attaching the front of the Bonnet and remove the Bonnet.
d. Remove the Arm Side Covers.

FAN AND FILTER CLEANING


1. Power down the system and use a small hand vacuum to clean these fans:
a. three fans in each Detector Card Cage, and
b. two fans in the rear of each Detector Casting.

The five Detector Fans in Detector 1 are clean.

The five Detector Fans in Detector 2 are clean.

2. Power up the system.

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COLLIMATOR LOCKING MECHANISMS: INSPECTION & LUBRICATION


1. In Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), put the camera to this position:

GantryRoll = 0.00
Det1R =
-558.00
Det1T =
0.00
Theta1 =
- 90.00
Det2R =
558.00
Det2T =
0.00
Theta2 =
90.00

2. On Detector 1, inspect the Collimator Locking Pins for excessive


wear; apply Lubriplate 630-2 to both tips and the three threaded
parts of the Collimator Locking Pin.

The Detector 1 Collimator Locking Pins are lubricated and do not


show excessive wear.

3. In Motdiag, in Arm Mode (page 1), move the camera to this position:

Threads of
Locking Pins
Tips of Locking Pins

GantryRoll =

180.00

4. On Detector 2, inspect the Collimator Locking Pins for excessive wear; apply Lubriplate 630-2 to
both tips and the three threaded parts of the Collimator Locking

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DETECTOR COVER REPLACEMENT


Replace the Detector 1 Covers by these steps:
1. Attach the Bonnet to the Detector Casting using four M5 x 12
socket head screws and lock washers.

Left Arm Side Cover

2. Attach the Bonnet to the Side Plates using two M5 x 12 button


head screws.
Bonnet

3. Mount the Right and Left Side Covers to the Bonnet using two
M5 x 12 button head screws on each cover.

Right Arm Side Cover

4. Reinstall the "caps" over all exposed screw holes.


If Detector 2 is a non-tilting Detector, repeat the above steps to replace
the Detector 2 covers.
If Detector 2 is a tilting Detector, see the instructions on the next page.

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If Detector 2 is a tilting Detector, do the following steps:


1. Attach the Left and Right Side Covers to the Bonnet using three
M5 x 12 button head screws on each cover.

Left and Right


Arm Side Covers

2. Tilt the Detector to 15 degrees and attach the Bonnet to the


Detector using M5 x 12 button head screws.
3. Tilt the Detector to -15 degrees and attach the rear of the Bonnet to
the Detector using M5 x 12 button head screws.

Bonnet

4. Wiggle the Collimator Flex Shaft to ensure it is free to move.


5. Attach the rear of the Detector Bottom Cover using M5 x 12
button head screws.
6. Tilt the Detector to 15 degrees and attach the front of the Detector
Bottom Cover using M5 x 12 button head screws.

Bottom Arm Cover


Detector Bottom Cover

7. Attach the Bottom Arm Cover using four M5 x 12 button head


screws.
8. Reinstall the "caps" over all exposed screw holes.

Test the cover fit by doing this step:


1. Do a Theta Rotation of both Detectors to ensure the covers fit properly.
2. If Detector 2 is a tilt Detector, do a Detector tilt in both directions to ensure the covers fit properly.

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TABLE COVER REMOVAL


TIP: Installing Table Covers is much easier with two people
Remove the Table Shroud Covers by these steps:

Shroud
Covers

1. Remove the Table Pin Handle and the


Lock Pin Cover.
2. Remove the eight screws (four per side)
that attach the Left and Right Base
Covers to the Table. Unsnap and remove
those two covers.
3. Raise the Table all the way up.

Intermediate
Covers
Base Covers

4. With the help of another person, push in on the Left and Right Intermediate
Covers to disengage them from the Shroud Covers. Unsnap the Left and Right
Intermediate Covers and remove them.

Lock Pin Cover

Shroud
Covers
Lips

5. Remove the 16 M6 button head screws that secure the Left and Right Shroud
Covers to the Table Top Structure. Remove the Left and Right Shroud Covers.
Intermediate
Covers

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TABLE INSPECTIONS
1. In the base of the Table, look for loose screws and nuts.

There are no loose screws and nuts in the base of the Table.

2. Inspect the Table Lifting Lead Screw for metal flakes, dust or excessive wear.

The Table Lifting Lead Screws are free of metal flakes and dust;
they do not show signs of excessive wear.

3. Inspect the plastic Cable Carrier on the Vertical Drive.

The Vertical Cable Carrier shows no signs of damage.

There is no disengagement of the cables from the chain.

4. At the rear of the Table, watch the Pivot Pin while swinging the
Table. If the Pivot Pin rotates, apply Loctite.

The Pivot Pin does not rotate when the Table swings.

Pivot Pin

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Angle
Sensor

Flag

5. With the Table in the "pinned" position, check the position of the
Flag in the optical Angle Sensor. Adjust the Flag if it is not
vertically centered.

The Flat is vertically centered in the Angle Sensor.

Angle Sensor
Flag

~6-7 mm
Side View of Angle Sensor

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6. Table Drive Belt inspection:


a. Move the Table to the home position (210 cm).
b. Press the E-Stop Button to turn Table power off power.
c. Remove the six screws securing the Rear Table Cover.

Rear Cover

d. Disconnect the E-Stop Button and set the Rear Cover aside.
e. Inspect the Drive Belt for excessive
wear.
f. With a ruler, determine the left/right
and mid-point on the top surface of the
Drive Belt.
g. With a Push-pull Gauge, apply 10 lbs
(4.5 kg) of pressure to the Drive Belt.

The Drive Belt deflects 3 mm with


10 lbs of pressure.
Ruler

NOTE: If you need to adjust or replace the Drive Belt, see the Table Belt Swap procedure
(4535 604 48751).

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TABLE LUBRICATION
1. If the Table Lifting Lead Screws are not adequately lubricated, apply Multi Purpose Green
Lubricant.

The Table Lifting Lead Screws are adequately lubricated.

2. Perform the steps in Appendix A to lubricate the Table Needle Bearing.

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The Table Needle Bearing is adequately lubricated.

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TABLE COVER REPLACEMENT

Shroud
Covers

TIP: Installing Table Covers is much


easier with two people.
3. Attach the Shroud Covers to the Table
Top using 16 M6 x 16 button head
screws.
4. Snap together the Base Covers around the
Table Base and secure those covers to the
Table Frame using eight M4 x 25 button
head screws and washers.

Intermediate
Covers
Base Covers

5. Holding them above the Base Covers, snap the Intermediate Covers together
and set the Intermediate Covers on the Base Covers.
6. Lower the Table until the bottom lips of the Shroud Covers are near the top
lips of the Intermediate Covers.

Lock Pin Cover

Shroud
Covers
Lips

7. Carefully push in on the Intermediate Covers and slide the lips of the
Intermediate Covers up so they engage the lips of the Shroud Covers.
8. Slide the Intermediate Covers up and down to verify the lips of the
Intermediate Covers engage the lips of the Shroud Covers.
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9. Remove the Table Pin Handle, snap the Lock Pin Cover into place and reinstall the Table Pin
Handle.
10. Move the Table up and down several times to ensure the covers fit properly.

SECTION 7
DETECTOR CALIBRATION AND FINAL CHECKS
(6-MONTH)
DETECTOR CALIBRATION
1. Ensure the covers have been on both Detectors for at least one hour and the system power has been
on for 24 hours.
2. Acquire a baseline intrinsic flood with both detectors using this setup:
A Tc99m source producing 15 - 25 kcps (300 - 480 microcuries)
Total Counts 18,000 K
Flood OFF
Energy and Linearity ON
3. Evaluate the flood images using the Uniformity Analysis application on the Acquisition Terminal
(Tools > Diagnostic > Uniformity Analysis).
4. If the baseline intrinsic flood UFOV is less than 4.5%, do an intrinsic QC flood using this setup:

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A Tc99m source producing 15 - 25 kcps (300 - 480 microcuries)


Total Counts 18,000 K
Flood, Energy and Linearity ON

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5. If the QC flood UFOV is not less than 2.5% and the CFOV is not less than 2.2%, follow the steps in
the flow chart entitled "Steps for Service Call for Uniformity Issue" on the last page of Section 1 in
the BrightView Detector Calibration Manual (4535 604 24701).
6. If the QC flood UFOV is less than 2.5% and the CFOV is less than 2.2%, record the UFOV and
CFOV values in the log in Appendix B.

The QC flood UFOV is less than 2.5% and the CFOV is less than 2.2%.

7. Perform the Center of Rotation (COR) Calibration and QA procedures described in the flow chart
entitled "COR Procedures for Previously Calibrated Systems" in Section 5 of the BrightView
Detector Calibration Manual (4535 604 24701).

Each ECT Collimator pair passes the COR QA (1 point source) test.

8. Backup the correction files to a CD as described in Appendix B of the BrightView Detector


Calibration Manual (4535 604 24701).

FINAL CHECKS
1. Inspect the camera area for cleanliness.
2. Perform a Collimator Exchange on both Detectors to ensure that still works properly.
3. Acquire a Static, ECT and Total Body study to ensure the system functions correctly.

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APPENDIX A
TABLE NEEDLE BEARING LUBRICATION
(ANNUAL)
Every 12 months, lubricate the Table Needle Bearing as described in this appendix.

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Appendix A

Table Needle Bearing Lubrication (Annual)

Philips Nuclear Medicine Field Service Procedure

Part Number:4535 604 51481

Rev:

Instructions for completing this form:

Agile Description: FSPROC, Lube BV Table Needle Bearing

Alternate Description: BrightView Table Needle Bearing Lubrication


Affected Product: BrightView
Field Only

1. Obtain the procedure number from Agile.


2. In the appropriate blanks, fill in the
procedure number, Agile title and affected
products.
3. Fill in the alternate description (may
exceed 30 characters) and shade
application boxes.
4. Obtain approval signature from the
manager of the Field Service Technical
Writing department.
5. Write an ECO to release the procedure. If
needed, create and release (in the same
ECO) an upgrade kit, which includes this
procedure.

All future repairs/installations, as applicable

One-time upgrade of specific systems

ECO History

Rev
A

58

Date

ECO#
Originator Incorporator
101391 G. Francken G. Bell

Approval (Manager, or FS Tech Writing) Check


G. Bell

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Instructions for writing a procedure:

1. Procedures must include the following


information:
a. Product Effected (such as Bright View)
b. Purpose of Procedure: For example,
This procedure describes swapping a
Bright View ring-cable
c. Responsibility: Who is to perform this
procedure. For example Installer will
perform this procedure.
d. Effectivity: For example, This procedure is
mandatory, and must be performed in the
field on every system manufactured before
Jan. 4, 2004.
e. Required Kits and Tools: For example, This
procedure requires Upgrade Kit
4535-604-XXXX.

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Table Needle Bearing Lubrication (Annual)

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Description: FSPROC, Lube BV Table Needle Bearing

PRODUCTS AFFECTED
This procedure affects BrightView cameras.

PURPOSE
This procedure describes how to lubricate the Needle Bearing on the front of the Longitudinal Leadscrew on a BrightView Table.

RESPONSIBILITY
Field Service engineers will perform this procedure.

EFFECTIVITY
Perform this procedure every 12 months as part of annual Planned Maintenance visits.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

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Mechanics Choice Lubricant 9999-5090 (4535 601 38401)


A metric hex wrench set

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Table Needle Bearing Lubrication (Annual)

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Description: FSPROC, Lube BV Table Needle Bearing

PROCEDURE
1. With the Handcontroller or Touch Screen, move the Patient Pallet to the "Home" position (all the way retracted from the
gantry).
Black-colored Latch

2. At the non-gantry end of the Table, remove the Patient Pallet by lifting the Blackcolored Latch on the "Pillow", tilting the Pillow up, sliding the Patient Pallet
completely out of the gantry and place Patient Pallet in a safe place.

Pillow

Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover

3. At the gantry end of the Table, remove the two button head screws that attach the
Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover which is in the center of the Table.

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Description: FSPROC, Lube BV Table Needle Bearing

4. Gently raise the Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover about 20 mm and shift it to one
side or the other by about 40 mm so you can see the Leadscrew Bracket under
the cover.

Longitudinal
Leadscrew Cover
(raised & shifted)

~4
0

mm

~20mm

Leadscrew
Bracket

5. With a pen, mark the location of the two rear corners of the Leadscrew Bracket.
This will allow you, in a future step, to remove the Leadscrew Bracket and then
put it back without having to realign the Leadscrew.
Mark these
rear corners
Other table component omitted for clarity

6. From under the front of the Table, remove the two socket head screws that secure the Leadscrew Bracket to the gantry end of
the Table.


!

TIP: There is a Retaining Ring on the gantry end of the Leadscrew. In the next step, as you remove the Leadscrew Bracket, be
careful not to loose the Retaining Ring. The Retaining Ring (which does not hold the Bearing Block) may or may not come off
when you remove the Bearing Block. If Retaining Ring does come off, it is easy to reattach.)
CAUTION: Also in the next step, do not lift the Leadscrew any more than
necessary.
7. Lift the Leadscrew and the Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover just enough that
you can rotate the Leadscrew Bracket about 120 degrees and slip the
Leadscrew Bracket off the gantry end of the Leadscrew.
This will expose the Needle Bearing inside the Leadscrew Bracket.

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Leadscrew
and
Leadscrew
Bracket

Rotate
Leadscrew
Bracket ~120 deg

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ds
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L
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Sli cket
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Description: FSPROC, Lube BV Table Needle Bearing

8. Lubricate the inside of the Needle Bearing with Mechanics Choice Lubricant.

Lube Rollers
in here

CAUTION: In the next step, be very careful not to get lubricant on the Teflon parts of the Leadscrew.
9. Replace the Leadscrew Bracket on the end of the Leadscrew.

10. If it came off, replace the Retaining Ring on the gantry end of the Leadscrew.
11. Reattach the Leadscrew Bracket to the Table being careful to position the Leadscrew Bracket
in the same position with respect to the two rear corners which you marked with a pen.

Retaining
Ring

12. Reattach the Longitudinal Leadscrew Cover on to the Leadscrew Bracket.


13. Replace the Patient Pallet under the "Pillow" and secure the Patient Pallet with the Blackcolored Latch.

TESTING
1. Test the table by moving the Patient Pallet in and out of the gantry using the Handcontroller or Touch Screen.

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APPENDIX B
LOGS
(6-MONTH AND ANNUAL)

Site Name: ______________________________________________________

Site Code: __________

Camera P/N: ___________

Description: ______________________

Serial Number: ___________

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Logs (6-month and Annual)

Planned Maintenance Log


Detector

Gantry
(Semi-Annual)
Completed

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Table

(Semi-Annual)
(Annual)
Completed
Completed

(Semi-Annual)
Completed

(Annual)
Completed

Comments/Exceptions/
Problems

Date

Engineer

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Logs (6-month and Annual)

FCO Log
Date

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FCO

FCO Name

Engineer

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Logs (6-month and Annual)

Intrinsic Flood Log


Date

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CFOV

UFOV

Engr

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