Question about Everest & Jennings 19" Wheelchair, Light Weight
I have an Everest & Jennings' companion wheelchair which is not presently being used. We are attempting to put it into storage, and for space effects, were thinking on disarming it.
The problem is that the chair was a gift, and did not come with any instruction manual, and so far the only thing we've managed to do are remove the foot rest and recline (pull back) the upper part of the back rest.
My specific question is: Is there any way of bringing the companion chair apart, with the intention of someday putting it back together for use?
I mean, I have not seen any bendable or user-friendly screws which could easily be removed and/or replaced. There are however, screws which I believe could be removed with the proper tools. I am just afraid to removed them, and then damage the chair and not be able to put it back together when the time comes.
Please help! Any and all information of help, which may offer will be greatly appreaciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your tire tubes may have been replaced with urethane foam inserts - these give a comfortable ride like air-filled tires but cannot go flat - would explain why you don't see a fill valve - these inserts fit inside the regular tire carcass.
If they are worn out, you'll need to replace them, process is same as replacing a tube.
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
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Have you contacted the Everest and Jennings Power Wheelchair company? Surely they would have something. I checked on eBay and found nothing in the way of owners manuals, but there are some medical supply companies who sell on eBay that I have purchased several items for my special needs daughter. They seem to have extensive equipment and supplies of all sorts.
Or, here is contact info for Doane's Medical Equipment who appear to have Everest and Jennings power wheelchairs. Perhaps they could point you in the right direction.
?509-782-2717 or Online at www.doanesmedicalequip?ment.?com
Posted on May 17, 2011
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