This Information Applies To: 2100 Bioanalyzer, Bioanalyzer Chip Priming Station: part number 5065–4401
Maintenance procedures and how frequently they are required:
|Procedure||Time interval||Or if this issue occurs||
Where to find a detailed description in the Maintenance and Troubleshooting Guide
|Replacing the syringe||Usually with each new kit, or at least every three months. However, due to the current unavailability of syringes, only if the seal test fails. Priming performance is not affected as long as the seal test passes.||Syringe is broken or seal test fails||Page 133 (please note previously mentioned changes)|
|Cleaning or replacing the syringe adapter||Every three months||Adapter is clogged with dried gel, or damaged||Page 136|
|Replacing the gasket||Every three months||Gasket is damaged, torn, or contaminated with dried gel||Page 137|
|Checking the chip priming station for proper seal||Every four weeks||Gasket, syringe adapter, or syringe was replaced||Page 139|
Steps to follow:
Please find detailed descriptions for every procedure as referenced earlier in this Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer System Maintenance and Troubleshooting Guide, pages 131-140.
Please find all the steps in the following video (Figure 1) or in original size on our webpage via this link:
Figure 1. Bioanalyzer Chip Priming Station maintenance
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