This is Blaire with Coro Medical, home of AED.US and today we’re going to go over how to change the pads and battery in the LIFEPAK 1000 Defibrillator.
To prepare for an emergency you want to keep the electrodes connected to the unit at all times. The adult pads have a two-year expiration. The expiration date is located on the outside of the package. You’re going to change the pads at the time of expiration or if you use the AED. To install or replace the pads, you remove the older pads by pulling on the cable connector, you take the new pads and you plug them in like so.
The battery has a five-year warranty. The expiration date and the install by date are both listed on the outside of the battery. To install or replace the battery, you remove the old battery, turn the unit on its side and then you lift the latch, release it and the battery slides out. Then you take your new battery, you push that in until you hear it click. Once you change the pads and batteries, verify the ready indicator says okay, and the AED is rescue ready.
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Written by Blaire Czarniecki
Customer Service Director
Fact checked by Phillip Woods, BA, NREMT-P, FP-C
Blaire attended the University of Tennessee where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology- Child and Family Studies. She has been in the Automated External Defibrillator (AED) industry for over eight years and is the Director of Customer Service for Coro Medical. Blaire is also an American Red Cross-certified CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor, highly trained by each manufacturer on their specific AEDs, and knowledgeable regarding ALL State AED regulations and legislation.
“I know that every day I come to work, I am playing a part in saving someone’s life. I am passionate about these devices and am always looking for new and innovative ways to spread awareness and knowledge about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). I look forward to the day when everywhere I go, I will see an AED—when SCA will no longer take any lives.”
Last updated March 11, 2021.