Read this
while
adjusting
your
Ambi chair
®
Instructions on this card show all
possible adjustments. Specific adjustments
vary according to chair model.
To view the Ambi chair user-adjustment video,
visit www.HermanMiller.com
Seat Height
Lever on right side
Tilt Tension
Knob under seat at front of chair
To raise: While raising your weight off chair,
lift lever.
To lower: While seated, lift lever.
To increase tension: While seated, turn knob
to the left.
To decrease tension: While seated, turn knob
to the right.
Depending on the desired tilt resistance, a
number of turns may be required.
Adjust chair height so feet rest flat on floor
or footrest. Avoid dangling legs, which puts
pressure on the back of thighs and restricts
blood flow. A work surface or keyboard that
seems too high or low may require adjusting.
Increased tilt tension provides more stability
and back support while you recline. Too
much resistance may make it difficult to
recline. Depending on weight and preference,
different people will require different levels
of tilt resistance.
Tilt Lock
Knob on front left side
Forward Seat Angle
Locking knob on front left side
To lock chair in upright, semireclined,
or fully reclined position: Sit upright or lean
back to desired position. Pull knob until you
hear a click.
To release lock: Push knob all the way back
in. To disengage upright position, lean forward.
To disengage reclined position, lean back.
To position seat forward: While raising your
weight off chair, pull knob all the way out.
Release lever to lock in forward angle.
To resume upright position: While leaning
forward, pull knob all the way out. Return to
upright position. Push knob all the way in.
Lean forward to unlock.
Tilt lock allows you to lock chair in a fixed
position for the extra stability that some tasks
may require.
Forward tilt is used to support computerintensive work. This position also helps the
body achieve a more neutral, open angle
between trunk and thighs. Typically, when
forward tilt is used, chair height is increased.
Back Height
Button under right side of back cushion
Seat Depth
Lever below seat cushion on left side
To raise or lower back: While seated, press
button in. Raise or lower back to the desired
position. Release button.
To move seat forward or back: While seated,
pull lever out and hold. Slide seat forward
or backward by shifting your weight.
Release lever.
Adjust back height of chair so that it comfortably supports the natural curve of your spine.
Adjust seat depth so that your thighs are
comfortably supported and seat cushion is
not in contact with back of legs.
Arm Height
Small lever under each armpad
Arm Angle
Small lever under each armpad
To raise or lower arm: While seated, pull
lever laterally all the way out. Raise or lower
arm to desired height (there are seven stoppoints). Release lever to lock.
To adjust arm angle: While seated, pull
lever laterally out to midpoint. Pivot arm in
or out (there are four stop-points). Release
lever to lock.
Adjust the arm angle after the arm height has
been adjusted.
Adjust chair arms so your arms are supported.
This helps take weight off your shoulders.
Adjusting arm angle can help support
different types of work and shifts in posture.
Swing arms inward for support while using
keyboard. Swing arm out to support use of
computer mouse.
User
information:
Installers
do not remove
Users: Retain This Information for Future Reference
Maintenance
A periodic inspection of chair components and fasteners should be made to ensure that
the chair is structurally intact and functioning properly. Damaged and broken parts should
be replaced and loose fasteners tightened.
For more information about our products and services or to see a list of dealers, please
visit us at www.HermanMiller.com or call (800) 851 1196.
© 2007 Herman Miller, Inc., Zeeland, Michigan Printed in U.S.A. Part No. 172057-F O.AM6200
®
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