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How to unpack and assemble

How to unpack and assemble

Your Mygo stander will arrive flat in a cardboard box. Firstly remove everything from the box and check you have all the parts you have ordered.
 
To assemble the product with the stander upright, lift it up from the cross bar (a), place vertical tubes in between the free lugs on the chassis and line up the holes (b) (the groove in the vertical tube should help with the location).  Add the bolts and tighten (c). Repeat this  on the other side. Then lift up the manual actuator to the free lugs on the cross bar and line up the holes, then add bolts and tighten (d).
 
 
 
 
 
 
Multi Tool

A number of adjustments will require the use of a multi tool, which is supplied with each product.

How to attach the chest support

A number of adjustments will require the use Remove the screw on the chest support, of a multi tool, which is supplied with each place the chest support onto the metal product. extrusion at the required height, replace the
screw and tighten.
 
How to attach the tray receiver and tray
 
First of all ensure that your tray is configured to the size of your stander.  For the Size 1 the brackets on the tray bars should point outwards (a). For the Size 2 the brackets on the tray bars should point inwards (b). If you need to change the configuration; remove the Allen bolts (c), swap the bars over (d) then replace the Allen bolts and retighten (e).
 
 
 
Before inserting the tray receivers the clamp plate for the height adjustment of the tray must be moved out of the way, as it is contained in the top of the hip pad extrusion. To do this; loosen the knob at the top of the hip pad (f) and push it in, this will push the clamp plate out of the way of the tray receiver bar. Then insert the tray receiver bar into the top of the hip pad extrusion (g), move it down to the required height and retighten the knob securely.  Repeat on the opposite side. Now you can  insert your tray by inserting the tray bars into  the receivers to the required depth from the  front for prone and the back for supine then  retighten securely using knob on receiver (h).
 
 
 
 
How to attach the sandals

Each sandal is attached to the footplate individually with a single fixing bolt. Remove the sandals from their packaging and unscrew the plastic knob and washers. Place the sandals (a) on the footplate locating the fixing knob through the slot (b). On the underside of the footplate place the rubber washer on first then the metal washer. Secure in place with the plastic knob (c).
 
 
 
How to attach the shoulder support for supine standing

To attach the shoulder support to the stander, insert the Allen bolt into the bottom hole on the back of the chest support as shown (a). Place the shoulder support onto the inserted Allen bolt and secure with the two further Allen bolts supplied (b).
 
 
 
 
Attaching the headrest for supine standing
 
The head support cannot be used without the shoulder support for supine standing. To attach the headrest place the headrest clamp onto the shoulder support (a) and secure using the Allen bolts provided. Then slide the headrest stem into the receiving bracket (b), set the height required and secure using the hand lever (c).
 
 
 
Attaching the knee straps
 
First of all you will need to feed the webbing through the plastic D ring as shown in (a).
 
To attach the knee straps insert the plastic clip (b) into the buckle (c) on the side of the main knee support. Then grab the straps ends (d) and pull firmly away from the user, which will secure the strap around the user’s leg. To remove the strap, simply squeeze the tabs on the top and bottom of the plastic clip (b) and the strap will pop off.
 
 
 
 
 Attaching Sandal Raisers

If sandal raisers have been ordered, attach them by placing them onto their corresponding building block style recesses on the footplate (a & b). Put the sandal on top and secure with the sandal bolt (as per section 7.4).
 
 
Attaching the hip belt bracket

Before you can attach the de-rotation hip belt you will first of all need to attach the hip belt bracket. To do this slide the bracket into the receiving slots in the hip pad metalwork (a) and secure using the Allen bolt and  washer provided (b). Repeat this on the other side. The de-rotation hip belt does not require hip laterals.
 
 
 
Attaching the hip laterals

The hip wrap around harness requires hip laterals. To attach the hip laterals slide the bracket into the receiving slot in the hip pad metalwork (a) to the required width and secure with the washer and Allen bolt provided (b). Repeat this on the other side.
 
 
 
Attaching the posterior support receiver

If a posterior support and pommel is required, first attach the posterior support receiver. Slide the bracket into the receiving slots in the hip pad metalwork (a) and secure with the washer and Allen bolts provided (b). Repeat this on the other side.
 
 
 
Attaching the standard, flipaway & complex chest laterals

The chest wrap around harness requires chest laterals, either standard or flipaway. Pull back the PU chest pad to gain access (a). Then insert the lateral bracket together with the angle adjustment mouldings into the chest pad as shown (b), ensuring to insert  he plastic bosses into the chest pad slot (c).  Then secure from the outside with the Allen bolt and washer supplied (d). Repeat this on the other side.
 
 
 
 
 
Attaching the chest/hip wrap around harness

To attach the chest/hip wrap around harness, slide the cushions onto the PU lateral with the flaps towards the outside of the stander (a), feed the plastic buckle (b) through the hole in the cover, then bring the two Velcro fastener straps (c) around the PU lateral and attach them to the Velcro panel as shown. Close over the flap (d). Repeat this on the other side.
 
 
Attaching the Pelvic band
There is a different pelvic band for prone and supine standing. In prone the pelvic band should be attached to the user first, if possible on a mat. The inner pelvic band is wrapped around the user’s pelvis and then when the user is secured into the frame (by their feet and chest) the longer straps are slipped through the belt bars on the hip pad (a) and secured firmly around the user. The  safety strap with the plastic buckle and clip  should then be secured to ensure the band is not accidentally unfastened (b).  In supine the pelvic band should stay attached to the product. When the user is secured into the frame (by their feet and chest) the inner pelvic band is wrapped around the user’s pelvis (c) and then the longer straps (d) are slipped through the belt bars on the hip pad (if they are not already through) (e) and secured firmly around the user. The safety strap with the plastic buckle and clip should then be secured to ensure the band is not accidentally unfastened (f).