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Welch Allyn Connex Vital Signs Monitor 6000 Rear Housing Replacement

Remove or replace the rear housing of a Welch Allyn 6000 series Connex vital signs monitor.

Use this guide to Remove or replace the rear housing of your Welch Allyn 6000 series Connex vital signs monitor.

PLEASE NOTE: This repair guide was developed by the iFixit team based on Welch Allyn's own service manual. Neither iFixit nor this repair guide is endorsed by or affiliated with Welch Allyn.

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Stap 1 Rear Housing  ¶ 

Open the communications door to access the lower left-hand rear housing screw. Remove the four Phillips #2 screws (labeled 14 in the service manual) from the rear housing.

Stap 1 Rear Housing  ¶ 

  • Open the communications door to access the lower left-hand rear housing screw.

  • Remove the four Phillips #2 screws (labeled 14 in the service manual) from the rear housing.

Stap 2  ¶ 

With the handle/alert bar facing you, begin to lift the rear housing from the left side, holding the right side securely. Do not attempt to separate the rear housing from the monitor, it is still attached with several cables.

Stap 2  ¶ 

  • With the handle/alert bar facing you, begin to lift the rear housing from the left side, holding the right side securely.

  • Do not attempt to separate the rear housing from the monitor, it is still attached with several cables.

Stap 3  ¶ 

Support the rear housing while you disconnect the cables in the following steps.

Stap 3  ¶ 

  • Support the rear housing while you disconnect the cables in the following steps.

Stap 4  ¶ 

Disconnect the fan cable (labeled connector A in the service manual) from its socket in the power supply. Disconnect the fan cable (labeled connector A in the service manual) from its socket in the power supply. Disconnect the fan cable (labeled connector A in the service manual) from its socket in the power supply.

Stap 4  ¶ 

  • Disconnect the fan cable (labeled connector A in the service manual) from its socket in the power supply.

Stap 5  ¶ 

Unplug the small USB connector from its socket (labeled J4 in the service manual). Unplug the small USB connector from its socket (labeled J4 in the service manual). Unplug the small USB connector from its socket (labeled J4 in the service manual).

Stap 5  ¶ 

  • Unplug the small USB connector from its socket (labeled J4 in the service manual).

Stap 6  ¶ 

Disconnect the communications power cable from its socket (labeled J50 in the service manual). Only pull on the connector itself and not the socket. This connection is very tight, work the connector slowly and gently. Only pull on the connector itself and not the socket. This connection is very tight, work the connector slowly and gently.

Stap 6  ¶ 

  • Disconnect the communications power cable from its socket (labeled J50 in the service manual).

  • Only pull on the connector itself and not the socket. This connection is very tight, work the connector slowly and gently.

Stap 7  ¶ 

Unplug the large USB connector from its socket (labeled J8 in the service manual). Unplug the large USB connector from its socket (labeled J8 in the service manual). Unplug the large USB connector from its socket (labeled J8 in the service manual).

Stap 7  ¶ 

  • Unplug the large USB connector from its socket (labeled J8 in the service manual).

Stap 8  ¶ 

Press the tab on the ethernet cable and unplug it from its socket (labeled J9 in the service manual). Press the tab on the ethernet cable and unplug it from its socket (labeled J9 in the service manual). Press the tab on the ethernet cable and unplug it from its socket (labeled J9 in the service manual).

Stap 8  ¶ 

  • Press the tab on the ethernet cable and unplug it from its socket (labeled J9 in the service manual).

Stap 9  ¶ 

The following connector requires two hands to disconnect. Flip the rear case over, and lay it on its back to gain access to the power supply cable.

Stap 9  ¶ 

  • The following connector requires two hands to disconnect. Flip the rear case over, and lay it on its back to gain access to the power supply cable.

Stap 10  ¶ 

The power supply cable is secured by an interlocking connector that must be held open to unplug the connector. Insert the flat end of a spudger down into the power supply cover between the socket clip and the power supply connector. Insert the flat end of a spudger down into the power supply cover between the socket clip and the power supply connector.

Stap 10  ¶ 

  • The power supply cable is secured by an interlocking connector that must be held open to unplug the connector.

  • Insert the flat end of a spudger down into the power supply cover between the socket clip and the power supply connector.

Stap 11  ¶ 

Grasp the power supply cable firmly and lift both it and the spudger from the channel in the power supply housing to unplug the connector. Grasp the power supply cable firmly and lift both it and the spudger from the channel in the power supply housing to unplug the connector. Grasp the power supply cable firmly and lift both it and the spudger from the channel in the power supply housing to unplug the connector.

Stap 11  ¶ 

  • Grasp the power supply cable firmly and lift both it and the spudger from the channel in the power supply housing to unplug the connector.