CONSUMER’S
MANUAL
Dear customer ,
Thank you for purchasing our product , the new generation sauna in the world .
Before using , please read this consumer’s manual carefully!
This consumer’s manual suitable for both ceramic heater sauna and carbon fibre heater sauna
CATALOG
A. Preview
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B. General safety rule -------------------------------------------------------------------------5
C. Circuit diagram -----------------------------------------------------------------------------8
D. Installation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
E. Operation
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F. Tips for use --------------------------------------------------------------------------------18
G. F . A . Q . ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
H. Maintenance
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I. Transportation
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J. Limited Warranty
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K. Appendix (CD player&Oxygen Ionize Install)-------------------------------------------23
INSTALLATION ( Take 2 PERSON sauna room for example )
A. Preview
A.1
Please read the following instruction before using.
A.2 Operating Conditions:
A.2.1 Temperature: 5℃-40℃
A.2.2 Humidity: ≦85%
A.2.3 Pressure: 700-1060 hpa
A.2.4 Power supply: AC ■120V △220V -240V
Frequency △50HZ±1 ■60HZ±1
■ : USA or Canada standard.
△: EU standard.
A.2.5 Do not install closer than 12.7MM(0.5 inches) to wall.
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A.3 Features:
A.3.1 Wooden construction
A.3.2 Digital microprocessor controlled
A.3.3 Temperature adjustable from 20℃-60℃
A.3.4 Adjustable dwell time from 0 to 60 minutes
A.3.5 Digital temperature sensor
A.3.6 Soft touch keypad
A.3.7 Long-life ceramic heater or carbon fibre heater
Model No.
Specification
001 series
002 series
003 series
004 series
Corner Type
series
inch
35.5×35.5×75
47.5×39.5×75
60×47.5×75
71×47.5×75
60×25×48.5×
25×60×75
mm
900×900×1900
1200×1000×1900
1500×1200×1900
1800×1200×1900
1500×630×1230
×630×1500×1900
005 series
79×53×75
2000×1350×1900
A.3.8 Specification (ceramic heater):
Model No.
Rated Voltage
001 series
120V/220-240V
002 series
120V/220-240V
003 series
120V/220-240V
004 series
120V/220-240V
005 series
120V/220-240V
Corner Type series
120V220-240V
Rated Frequency
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
Input Power
1400W
1750W
2100W
2400W
2700W
2400W
(carbon fibre heater):
Model No.
001 series
002 series
003 series
004 series
005 series
Corner Type series
Rated Voltage
120V/220-240V
120V/220-240V
120V/220-240V
120V/220-240V
120V/220-240V
120V/220-240V
Rated Frequency
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
60Hz/50Hz
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Input Power
1200W
1650W
1900W
2100W
2350W
1800W/2000W
ATTENTION: We just list our regular models on this manual, special models excepted.
Below are pictures of individual panels for the 2-person Deluxe model. Other models vary
.
WARNING!! provided by the manufacturer must be installed by a qualified electrician only.
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A.4 Detail Drawing
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1.Front panel. 2. Bottom. 3. Heater Bench. 4. Bench. 5. Bench back. 6. Left panel. 7. Right
panel. 8. Back panel. 9. Ceiling panel. 10. Roof panel.
11. Circuit box.
1.Front panel. 2. Bottom 3. Heater Bench. 4. Bench. 5. Bench back. 6. Right back
panel. 7. Left back panel. 8. Right side panel. 9. Left side panel 10. Cellling panel.
11. Roof panel. 12. Circuit box.
Instrument Required in Installation: Screwdriver provided in the screw
bag.
B. General safety rule
B.1
IT IS UNLAWFUL TO INSTALL THIS UNIT WITHOUT FIRST
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OBTAINING A PERMIT FROM THE LOCAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTION
AUTHORITY.
B1.1 Warning: all wiring to the sauna heater and accessories shall be routed away from any
direct radiation from the sauna heater.
B1.2 Warning: any receptacle shall not be installed inside the heated room.
B1.3 Warning: the sauna heater shall not be subjected to water spray and that shower heads
shall not be installed above the sauna heaters.
B1.4 Warning: No plumbing fixtures(taps, etc) are to be installed in the sauna room.
B1.5 Warning: the door of the heated room should not include any locking or latching system,
malfunction of which could cause entrapment inside the heated room.
B1.6 Warning: the dry-bath room shall be provided with intended ventilation.
B.2 Hypothermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several
degrees above the normal body temperature of 98.60F.the symptoms of hypothermia include
an increase in the internal temperature of the body, dizziness, lethargy, dromsiness, and
fainting. The effects of hypothermia include:
B.2.1 Failure to perceive heat;
B.2.2 Failure to recognize the need to exit the room;
B.2.3 Unawareness of impending hazard;
B.2.4 Fetal damage in pregnant women;
B.2.5 Physical inability to exit the room;
B.2.6 Unconsciousness
B.2.7 Warning-The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication is capable of greatly increasing the
risk of fatal hypothermia.
B.3 Safety precautions
B.3.1 Do NOT dry clothes or leave towels in the sauna.
B.3.2 Do NOT touch the heater tube with your finger or metal tools.
B.3.3 Do NOT touch the light when it is on.
B.3.4 Do NOT splash water or other liquid to the heating tube
B.3.5 Do NOT use the sauna if you have any of the following conditions:
1) Open wounds, eye diseases or serious burns.
2) Eldly&weak people, especially those suffering from a disease. Pregnant women and
infants are prohibited. Children over the age of 6 years may use the sauna under the
supervision of adults.
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3) Those with heat sensitivity, obesity, heart disease, blood pressure, circulatory system
problems or diabetes should consult their doctor before using.
B.3.6 Do not place pets into the sauna.
B.3.7 Do not use after drinking excessive alcohol.
B.3.8 This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduce
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
B.3.9 Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
B.3.10 Becareful whe using the appliance in places where there are combustible materials.
B.3.11 Do not apply to the same place for a long time.
B.3.12 Do not use in presence of an explosive atmosphere.
B.3.13 Be aware that heat may be conducted to combustible materials that are out of sight.
B.3.14 Place the appliance on its stand after ue and allow it to cool down before storage.
B.3.15 Do not leave the appliance unattended when it is switched on.
Attention: If the supply cord is damaged , it must be replaced by a special cord or assembly
available from the manufacturer or its service agent.
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C. Circuit diagram
D. Installation
D.1Attention the following before installation!
D.1.1 Do not share the same plug with other appliances.
D.1.2 Position it on a flat level surface.
D.1.3 Do not splash the exterior with water. If the floor is damp, install a floor
separator to keep the sauna dry & high.
D.1.4 Do not store the flammable objects or chemical substances near the sauna.
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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM(buckle)
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INSTALLATION DIAGRAM(Inside buckle)
D.2 Attention the following during installation !
D.2.1 Place the Bottom Panel on the ground and make sure the “FRONT”sticker is facing up.
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D.2.2 Buckle Fastened
Inside Bulcke Fastened(Selected Use)
D.2.3 Plug in the Bench Heater Cable to the outlet located on the Back Panel. Make sure
connection is secure.
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D.2.4 The Top Panel must be positioned in the right corner. Connect the plugs for heater
through the holes around the Top Panel.
D.3 Outdoor Sauna Room
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D.4 How to replace the heater.
warning: only qualified person can replace the heater
D.4.1Ceramic Heater:
D.4.1.1Take off the cover of heater.
D.4.1.2 Take off the ceramic covers of tube and remove the connecters from two ends of
the tube.
D.4.1.3 Take off the clip on the bottom part of heater
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D.4.1.4 Replace the heater.
D.4.1.5 connect the two connecters to two ends of tube and fasten the ceramic covers of two
ends
D.4.1.6 Install the clip on the bottom part of heater cover.
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D.4.1.7. install the heater cover
D.4.2 Carbon fibre heater:
D.4.2.1.Untighten the screws on the carbon fibre heater board and take off the heater board
carefully..
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D.4.2.2. Unplug the connector between the heater board and sauna room
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D.4.2.3.Replace the carbon fibre heater and then plug the connector between the heater
board and sauna room.
D.4.2.4. Tighten the screws on the carbon fibre heater board.
E. Operation
E.1
In use of sauna room, please point the temperature sensor vertical downward, as shown
in the figure below to ensure the accuracy of the temperature display on control panel.
1.Original shape
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2.Vertical downward shape
E.2 Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
E.3 Press the key ON/OFF. The POWER indicator turns on. TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
indicates the temperature in the room.
indicator turns off.
Press the key ON/OFF again. The POWER
E.4 Press the key F/C , the heat indicator turns on. The sauna will automatically start by
pressing the key + or - on the left
to adjust the temperature.
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E.5 Press the key IN or OUT to turn on the light in or out of the room. Press them again, the
lights will turn off.
E.6 Press the key + or – on the right to adjust the time . If the time indicates 00, the room stops
heating.
E.7 Open the ceiling vent to allow a flow of fresh if required.
F. Tips for use
F.1Set the temperature to a comfortable level, normally 40 to 50℃.
F.2 Allow approximately 8-15 minutes for the sauna to warm up.
F.3 Perspiration will begin within 6 to 15 minutes after stepping into the unit. We recommend a
sauna session does not exceed 30 minutes.
F.4 When the temperature reaches the level set on the thermostat, the heaters will turn off and on
periodically to maintain the desired temperature level inside the sauna.
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F.5 The front door/window/ceiling vent can be opened at any time to allow fresh air into the
room.
F.6 Drink plenty of water before, during and after a session to replenish lost fluids from the
body.
F.7 Taking a hot shower or bath before the sauna session will further accelerate perspiration.
However, do dry off thoroughly before entering, for excessive water will stain or warp the
wood. A shower latter is refreshing.
F.8 To absorb perspiration and keep the sauna tidy, place a towel on the bench and floor of the
sauna. Keep one towel handy to wipe out sweat from the body.
F.9 Utilizing the sauna’s heat therapy, put oil into your hair and wrap it with towel. Latter, rinse
your hair thoroughly.
F.10 Massage the affected areas to relieve sore and tense muscles.
F.11 Shaving your face or legs with a razor while profusely sweating in a sauna yields an
incredibly smooth without the use of gels or foams.
F.12 Do not eat at least an hour before your sauna session. It is better to go in a sauna with An
empty stomach. Do not use the sauna immediately after the strenuous exercise.
F.13 b At the first sign of cold or flu, increasing your sauna sessions may be eneficial in
boosting your immune system and decreasing the reproductive rate of viruses.
F.14 Any area you want to achieve a deep heating should be moved close to the heaters.
F.15 After the session is over, do not immediately getting out. Let the body sweat a little more.
Then, take a warm shower and finish it off with a cold shower to cool off completely.
F.16 Consult your physician for the proper treatment or any other conditions.
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G. Frequently Asked Questions
MAKING SURE SHUT OFF ELECTRICITY BEFORE YOU DOING IT.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
G.1 The control panel does not work.
1.
2.
Problem
The power indicator
isn’t on
Explanation
The fuse is broken
or the sauna is not
plugged in
Solution
Change the fuse or
the plug in the
sauna
The soft keys do not
work
Unplug sauna, wait a minute or plug
back into power source.
G.2The light doesn’t work.
1.
Problem
The bulb filament is
burned out.
Solution
Change the bulb (≦15 watt)
G.3The heater tube does not heat.
warning: only qualified person can replace or repair the heater
1
2
Problems
Explanation
Solution
Part of the
heater does
warm up
The heater is
defective
Replace with a new
heater
Part of the heater is
not connected well or
burned out
Connect them
tightly
The entire
The relay is damaged
Replace the relay
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room does
not heat
3
Bench heater
does not heat
The control panel is
damaged
Replace the control
panel
The plug is not
plugged in correctly
Re-plug it
It is not connected
tightly into the outlet
on the back panel
Connected tightly
No such
Construction used.
H. Maintenance
H.1 Clean the sauna room with a soft wet cloth. NEVER use petrol, alcohol, benzene or any
other such chemical to clean the unit.
H.2 In hospital or public use areas the sauna can be detoxified with ultrasonic equipment.
I.Transportation and storage
I.1Avoid exposure to rain, snow or strong collisions during transport.
I.2Do not store in damp environments.
J. Limited warranty
We warrant the sauna to be free of defects in material and workmanship.
1) Heaters
18months
2) Workmanship
18months
3) Electrical Components
18months
4) Radio/CD player
18months
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This warranty extends only to the original retail purchaser of the sauna and terminates upon transfer
of ownership. Freight charges to and from the customer are the responsibility of the customer. This
includes freight charges for parts shipped to enable the services of your sauna.
This warranty is void if the sauna has been altered, misused, or abused. Such instances shall include
operation or maintenance of the sauna in deviation to the published instructions. The warranty
extends only to the manufacturing defects and does not cover any damages resulting from
mishandling of the product by the owner.
We shall not be liable for the loss of use of the sauna or other incidental or consequential damages.
Under no circumstances shall we or any of its representatives be held liable for injury to any persons
or damages to any properties. Some states do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
For your record, please complete the following information. You
need to refer to these information when calling the manufacturer
for customer service.
Date of purchase
Date of delivery
Model number
Serial number
Dealer information
(name & phone)
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K . Appendix:
K.1 CD Player Installation
1. POWER BUTTON: Press it to start the power and hold it to turn it off.
2. BAND BUTTON:Press it for FM brand(FM1,FM2,FM3)and AM
brand(AM1&AM2).
3. “VOL+AND VOL-” For Volume adjustment.
4. MODE BUTTON: CD/RADIO/AUX INTERCHANGE
5. SEL BUTTON: MUTIL-FUNCTIONAL BUTTON, Press it once for bas, twic for
tre, three times for bal(volume balance for the left and right speakers). Hold the
sel btton to select the mode of music with “DSP OFF” displayed on the LCD,
then press “VOL+,VOL-” to select pop, rock, classic, fla.
6.
BUTTON: Radio(FM/AM) memory/ pause.
7. 2/INT BUTTON: Radio(FM/AM) memory/browse.
8. 3/RPT BUTTON: Radio(FM/AM) memory/repeat play.
9. 4/RDM BUTTON: Radio(FM/AM) memory/random play.
10. 5 BUTTON: Radio(FM/AM) memory.
11. 6 BUTTON: Radio(FM/AM) memory.
12. A/.PS BUTTON: Auto radio preset channel.
13. ST BUTTON: Radio stereo/mono.
14. CLK BUTTON: Press it once to display time hold it three seconds to flash out the
time, then turen seek+ to adjust minute, seek- to adjust hour.
15.
PLAY/OPEN.
16.
On radio mode, press it for manual station search, hold it for
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auto station search on play mode, press it for track selection, hlod it for
fast-forward and fast-backward.
17. MUTE BUTTON: MUTE ON/OFF.
18. AUX: AUXINPUT.
Slide the CD-player into the slot provided on front panel.
K.2 Oxygen Ionizer Installation
installating
plug the power
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K.2.1 Press the ion button: it extremely purifies the air and removes
toxic substances including the dust and odors mold
K2.2 Press the ozone button: ozone may kill virus, and will be
deoxidized into oxygen in the end without secondary pollution, which
the chemical agents can not achieve
Operating lnstruction
Anion and ozone can only work separately; when the ozone starts
to work the anion will stop; after about 15 minutes working the
ozone will stop and turn the anion function automatically
BRIEF INTROUCTION
Produce Active Oxygen
The negative ion generated by ionization of high voltage in the air
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is also called Active Oxygen
Clear air
Anions of negative charge can neutralize with the soot and dust of
positive charge floating in air resulting in the natural subsidence of them
Eliminate Peculiar Smells
The anion can be absorbed easily by various organisms which will
charge their structures or transfer their energy so as to elimination
the peculiar smells and germs
Reduce radiation
Anions of negative charge can neutralize with the monitor of
positive charge so as to reduce the radiation and protect sight
Improve pulmonary function
With the anions being absorbed, lungs' absorption of oxygen will
increase by 20% and the exhaustion of carbon dioxide by 15%
so to improve the blood circle and pulmonary function
Prevent air conditioner disease
Improve body reaction capacity and mobilize the reticular inner
skin function as well as promote body immunity
Ozone disinfection
We use the sterilization and disinfection of ozone without any
second pollotion or side effect as well as a timer installed in the item
Aroma teraphy function
We equip with an aromateraphy which is available for kinds of in
the market to release the scent slowly and keep it long time
K.3 FAQ for CD player
Problems
The light
doesn’t work
Plate can’t be
put in or
taken out
Possible causes
The fuse is broken
Plate is in the CD
Turn over the plate to
another side
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Remedies
Change the fuse on
back of CD
Take out the plate and
put in
The plate with print
design side face up
Magnetic head is
dirty or the plate has
some flaws
Temperature is too
high
Condensation
Clean the magnetic
head or change a new
plate
Renew the temperature
to normal level
Stop the sauna for one
hour and try again
No voice
Volume of sound in
the lowest point
The cord is not
joined well
Adjust the volume as
requirement
Join it well
Plate can be
put in or
taken out, but
no voice
Sound only
Comes from
One speaker
The control
push-button
is not
available
The voice is
jumping
The rear plug is not
joined tightly
Plug it tightly
Check to see if the
sound balance is set
to one side
Too noisy, the
microprocessors
can’t work normally
Move the balance
The angle of
installation beyond
30 degree
Magnetic head is
dirty or the plate has
some flaws
The wire is not
connected well
Fix again till the
suitable position
The signal is too
weak
Select the wave band
by yourself
The radio
doesn’t work
and can’t
auto select
wave band
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The control panel is
not fixed well
Clean the magnetic
head or change a new
plate
Connect the wire well
K.4 Operation of New Style Control Panel (selected use)
K.4.1 Plug the power.
Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
K.4.2 Turn the key ON/OFF.
Press the key ON/OFF. The Power indicator turns on.
The Temperature Display indicates the real temperature of the room. Press the key
ON/OFF again. The POWER indicator turns off.
Exterior panel
K.4.3 Adjust the temperature.
Press the key △ or ▽ under the temperature display to adjust the temperature. It
changes in 10℉ or 5℃ by each press. The setted temperature will twinkle for 15seconds
before returning to the room temperature. Press the key △ and ▽ together for changing
to show from Fahrenheit to Celsius . The highest temperature we can set is 150℉ or
65℃, the lowest temperature we should set is more than 100 ℉ or 40℃.
K.4.4 Adjust the time.
Press the key △ or ▽ under the Time & EQ display to adjust the time. It changes in 5
minutes for each press. The adjusting time scope is from 5 minutes to 60 minutes.
K.4.5 Turn on/off the light.
Press the key left or right under the Temperature Display to turn on the light in or out of the
room. Press them again, the lights will turn off.
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Interior panel
K.4.6 Interior Panel
The function of inside panel is almost same with outside panel, the only one difference is
just on the inside panel there is a hole for plugging MP3 instead of a power switch . If plug
MP3, the music of it can be spreaded out through the speakers of the sauna.
K.4.7 Long-time working
If you want the sauna works without time’s limit , you can press the key On/Off for 8
seconds, then the display will show 【— —】instead of any temperature number. Press it
again for 8 seconds, it will cancel the long-time heating.
K.4.8 Pre-establish time for use.
Press the key △ ▽ under Time&EQ Display together when the power is off ,then the
display will show the last time’s pre-established time ,then press △ or ▽ to set the hour
you want to pre-establish .After 5seconds ,it will be off in the display, but the time is
memorized. It will automatically start to work when it arrives the time you have
pre-established. It can be pre-established for 36 hours--1 hour before for use.
K.4.9 Open the ceiling vent to allow a flow of fresh if required.
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K.5 Oxygen Ionizer(selected use)
1.
2.
3.
4.
How to use?
Open the fragrance cover(C), load the fragrance box and close the cover.
Connect the unit to the power supply.
Press the power swith(A) to start.
Press the power/function change swith, when the green indicator light is on it is generating
negative ions, when red light is lit; it is in the fragrance only mode.
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1 Key Functions:
1 MODE (Programme mode): Press the button, the program switches
between radio (tuner)> CD> USB (MP3)> CD> Radio (Tuner), each function
is shown in the display.
2 MO/ST : Press the button when the radio is on, to switch between mono
and stereo.
3 TUN-: When the radio is on, press the button and hold it for 3 seconds, your
radio will automatically search for stations from a higher to a lower frequency,
press the button in short intervals, you can search the station manually.
4 TUN+: When the radio is on, press the button and hold it for 3 seconds,
your radio will automatically search for stations from a lower frequency to a
higher, press the button in short intervals, you can search the station manually.
5 PROG / MEM (program and save): Press the button when the radio is on,
then appear 2 digital numbers (transmitter frequency) on the left side of the
display. Press TUN+ or TUN- to set your transmitter and then PROG / MEM
to save it.
Press the same button when CD / USB are on, your device will switch to the
programming and memory function.
Press the button to adjust the time when the unit is off
6 MUTE (mute switch): Press the button to turn off all sound while the unit is
on.
7 VOL+: Press the button to increase the volume when the unit is on.
8 VOL-: Press the button to decrease the volume when the unit is on.
9 STOP: Press the button to stop playing the CD / USB function
10 PLAY / PAUSE: to play or pause the CD / USB function
11 FAST BACKWARD: to fast backwards when CD / USB are on
12 FAST FORWARD: to fast forward when CD / USB are on
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13 NEXT: Press the button to select a follow-up title within the CD / USB
function
14 PREVIOUS: Press the button to select a previous title within the CD /
USB function
15 REPEAT: In the CD / USB function, press the button once to repeat one
song and 2 times to repeat all tracks
16 EQ: Press the button to select sound effects.
17 Power:Turn on or turn off the CD player,when the red light of this button
is on,the CD player is off,when the red light of this button is off,the CD player
is on.
2 instructions for the remote control
1) Power: Turn on or turn off of
the CD player (the sauna should be
on)
2)
MUTE: Press the button to
mute the device
3)
CD/MP3: Press the button to
play CD or MP3
5)
USB: Press the button to play
music over a MP3-Player/USB-Stick
6)
TUNER: Press the button to
turn on the radio
9) EQ: Press the EQ button to
select the sound effects.
10) X-BASS: Press the button to
select the optimal bass function.
11)
REPEAT: In the CD / USB
function, press the button once to
repeat one song and 2 times to repeat
all tracks.
12)
NEXT: Press the button to
select a follow-up title within the CD / USB function
13) PREVIOUS: Press the button to select a previous title within the CD /
USB function
14) STOP: Press the button to stop the play of CD / USB
15) VOL +: Press the button to increase the volume
16) Fast Backward: to fast backwards within CD / USB
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17) PLAY / PAUSE: Play or pause music within CD / USB
18) Fast Forward: to fast forward within CD / USB
19) VOL-: Press the button to decrease the volume
20) ALB-: to switch between previous albums stored within CD / USB
21) ALB +: to switch between follow-up albums stored within CD / USB
22) TUN-: When the radio is on, press the button and hold it for 3 seconds,
your radio will automatically search for stations from a higher to a lower
frequency, press the button in short intervals, you can search the station
manually.
23 TUN+: When the radio is on, press the button and hold it for 3 seconds,
your radio will automatically search for stations from a lower frequency to a
higher, press the button in short intervals, you can search the station manually.
24) PROG: Program tracks within CD / USB function.
25) ME M: Press the button to save radio stations when the radio is on.
26) PS: - Press the button to select the following radio stations.
27) PS +: Press the button to select the previous radio station.
28) Number Code 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 +: Press the numbers to select
direct various programs in the CD / USB function, or already stored radio
stations.
29) CLKSET: Press the button to set the time when the unit is turned off.
PANEL:
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Media Player
15:USB terminal : Connect USB driver within MP3 or WMA audio
media,Then playback that.
16:AUDIO AUX:3.5mm stero line in interface.
20:Next track:Choose next song. V-:when Long press this key:Volume
Reduce.
18:Back track: Choose back song. V+:when Long press this key:Volume
increase.
19:PAUSE/PLAY: Stop or play song.
21:MODE:Slect FM/MP3 or AUX playback.
17:MUTE: mute speaker.
22:Play indicate.
23:PAUSE indicate.
24:FM indicate.
25:MP3 indicate
26:AUX indicate
27:Media player display
Temperature controller
1:Temperature or setpoint of temperature display
3:Temperature +:add setpoint of temperature.
2:Temperature -:decrease setpoint of temperature.
4:F:Indicate Fahrenheit temperature.
5:C:Indicate Centigrade temperature..
Timer
6: Setting time or time remaining display.
7:Time +:add setting time.
8:Time -:decrease setting time.
9: Heat led:
10.Power led:
11:ON/OFF key:When sauna off press on/off key turn on sauna.when sauna
on press on/off key turn off sauna
12:F/C swich key
13:Outdoor light swich key
14:Indoor light swich key
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