Understanding and Resolving DSD-201 Alarms: No Fluid Flow

May 2020

Understanding and Resolving DSD-201 Alarms: No Fluid Flow

GI Professional,

MedService Repair is focused on sharing information with our customers to help them get the most out of their equipment. In an effort to help our customers understand their Medivators DSD-201, we are creating a series of bulletins to help customers understand and resolve DSD-201 Alarms. Please see below for a how-to-troubleshoot guide related to No Fluid Flow Alarms.

If you have any questions about the steps below or if you have an immediate need for Service, Loaners, Filters, or other support for your Endoscope Reprocessor, visit us at www.MedServiceRepair.com, call us at (800) 315-9118, or email us at orders@MedServiceRepair.com.

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No Fluid Flow Alarm during Initial Flush and Rinse Phases

See below for a number of troubleshooting steps you can take to diagnose and resolve this error.

  1. Make sure the Water Supply is turned on
  2. Make sure the Restrictor or Hook-up is attached properly to the Basin Connector
    • You MUST either use the Restrictor or Scope with the proper Hookup attached
    • You cannot use an empty hookup for the test cycle
  3. When not functioning properly, the following components may cause this error
    • Clogged 1.0, 0.45, and / or 0.2 micron filter
    • External Water Regulator
    • Water Inlet Valve or its Seal (#14)
    • Water Valve or its Seal (#2)
    • Side A Compressor
    • Air Tank Check Valve
    • Air Tank Pressure Switch
    • Mac Valve Assembly
    • Flow Regulator
    • Flow Meter
    • Valve Drive Board
    • Sensor Board

If errors cannot be resolved, place a service call with MedService Repair

No Fluid Flow Alarm during Disinfect Phase

See below for a number of troubleshooting steps you can take to diagnose and resolve this error.

  1. Ensure no debris is clogging the Uptake Tube in the Disinfectant Reservoir
  2. When not functioning properly, the following components may cause this error
    • Clogged Disinfectant filter
    • Disinfectant Pump
    • Disinfectant Valve or its Seal (#8)
    • Side A Compressor
    • Air Tank Check Valve
    • Air Tank Pressure Switch
    • Mac Valve Assembly
    • Flow Regulator
    • Flow Meter
    • Valve Drive Boar
    • Sensor Board

If errors cannot be resolved, place a service call with MedService Repair

MedService Repair (www.MedServiceRepair.com) currently serves 1,400+ active endoscopy customers throughout North America. In addition to providing Preventative Maintenance on Medivators Reprocessors, we also provide Refurbished Medivators Reprocessors, compatible replacement AER filters for all model Reprocessors (Medivators; Olympus; J&J; Steris; Custom Ultrasonics) and a broad line of consumables including filters, lamps, tubing and products used primarily during and around endoscopic procedures. We offer all of these services with expert knowledge gained over 25 years while providing a significant cost savings compared to working with the OEMs.

If you have any questions about the steps above or if you have an immediate need for Service, Loaners, Filters, or other support for your Endoscope Reprocessor, visit us at www.MedServiceRepair.com, call us at (800) 315-9118, or email us at orders@MedServiceRepair.com

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