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Process to Send Endoscopy Equipment in for Repair
Carefully box your endoscope/endoscopy equipment:

  1. For flexible endoscopes: place the instrument in the padded case it originally came with, then tape the two halves closed with a couple of pieces of packaging tape (to prevent the case from opening during transit)
    If you don't have the original padded case, carefully lay you flexible endoscope in a circle (such as when you place it in a tub for soaking), and wrap it completely in bubble-wrap or foam, and tape all areas where the scope could slip out. Then, place it in a padded box.
  2. For rigid endoscopes or other instruments that do not have a padded case, carefully wrap the instrument in bubble-wrap/packaging plastic so that it's cushioned from shock force (such as dropping)
  3. Place the protected instrument in a well-padded shipping box (NOTE: It should have a minimum of two (2) inches/five (5) centimeters of space between your instrument and all sides of the box, then space should be filled with packaging material for cushioning)
Ship your instrument via FedEx or UPS to:
MD Endoscopy Inc
ATTN: Service Department
810 Fentress Ct. #110
Daytona Beach, FL. 32117
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