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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE READ BEFORE OPERATING THE PT500
WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock or injury to persons:
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Do not put small body parts near the rollers
Do not use this product around any water or damp areas; also make sure your body is completely dry before sitting in the chair
If the power cord is damaged, do not use the chair. Make sure that the power cord is replaced by the manufacturer before you use the chair again
Periodically inspect the chair and power cord for signs of damage such as cracks or tears
Only one person can use this chair at a time, more than one person can cause damage or result in injury
Do not pull on the power cord or push the back rest to move the chair. Follow the directions on how to move the chair as described in the manual
This device is for indoor use only, do not use it outdoors
Make sure the chair is turned off and unplugged when not in use
Do not massage any swollen, injured or inflamed body parts
Do not stand on the chair, only sit in it
Do not use the chair with a blanket or cushion over top of yourself or the chair. This can cause a heating problem and result in a fire or electric shock
Use this product only for its intended uses that are described in the manual
Only use attachments that are recommended by the manufacturer
Avoid eating or drinking while seated in the chair as crumbs and spilling may cause damage to the fabric and mechanisms within the chair
Make sure all controls are turned OFF before disconnecting the chair from a power supply
Do not put the power cord near hot surfaces as this can damage the power cord and result in fire or electric shock
Do not use this product if there is unfamiliar noise or noise above the normal operation
Connect this appliance to a grounded outlet only
Do not insert objects into any openings
Do not operate where oxygen or aerosol products are used
Only an experienced technician should perform maintenance on the chair, do not try to do it yourself
The maximum weight is 265 lbs
Precautions
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Comfortable clothing is recommended when using this product, do not use on bare skin
Do not force any body parts into the back rest while the rollers are moving, this can cause injury and/or damage to the chair
If you feel any abnormal discomfort while the chair is operating, turn off the power supply immediately and only use the product once you have consulted your physician
Do not sit on or put pressure on the remote control
Do not pull on the power cord
When using this product after it has been in storage, check to see that the product is operating properly prior to use
Care and Maintenance
Main Body of Chair
• To remove dirt from plastic parts and armrests, wipe area with a damp cloth using a mild cleaning agent, wipe fabric exterior with damp cloth
• Do not use alcohol, caustic agents or detergents to avoid damage, discoloring or splitting of the fabric
• Clean with a soft damp cloth; do not clean with any coarse materials or strong chemicals as this can damage the fabric of the chair
Remote Control
• Wipe remote control with only a dry cloth
• Never use damp materials to clean remote.
Back rest Cushion and Head rest Cushion
• If the back rest cushion and/or head rest cushion are dirty, clean with a damp cloth or mild cleaning agent and leave out of chair until dry
Storing Method
• After cleaning chair, keep in a dry place, avoid excessive heat or cold. If you are storing the chair for a long time, cover with sheet or plastic to avoid it getting dusty or dirty
WARNING: Make sure that the outlet which the power cord is plugged into is grounded; improper grounding can result in injury or
a product malfunction.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FEATURES
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................... 2
FEATURES....................................................................................................... 3
INTRODUCTION............................................................................................... 4
WHAT’S INCLUDED........................................................................................... 4
GETTING STARTED............................................................................................ 5
MOVING AND LIFTING...................................................................................... 5
POWERING ON................................................................................................. 6
HEAD REST CUSHION ADJUSTMENT.................................................................... 6
ADJUSTING CHAIR POSITION............................................................................. 7
ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS.................................................................................... 7
AUTO/DEFAULT MODE....................................................................................... 8
MASSAGE TYPES . ............................................................................................ 9
SHIATSU KNEAD............................................................................................... 9
TAP................................................................................................................ 9
KNEAD AND TAP.............................................................................................. 10
PRESS............................................................................................................ 11
KNOCK............................................................................................................ 12
LOWER BODY .................................................................................................. 12
REMOTE BUTTONS........................................................................................... 13
KNOWING YOUR MASSAGE CHAIR...................................................................... 14
THE 9-5 MASSAGE............................................................................................ 15
THE PRENATAL MASSAGE.................................................................................. 16
ATHLETIC MASSAGE.......................................................................................... 17
THE STRESS REDUCING MASSAGE....................................................................... 17
THE REFLEXOLOGY MASSAGE............................................................................. 18
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................... 22
SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................. 23
Reap the Health Benefits of Massage
Massage has been proven to improve and
maintain the body and mind. Doctors say a daily
dose of massage—like eating a healthy meal—
causes positive activity within your body. With the
PT500 you will benefit from improved blood and
lymphatic circulation, flexibility, quality of sleep
and body awareness. Enjoy increased range of
motion, enhanced relaxation and elevated mood.
Reduce your stress, pain and severity of injuries
with regular massage therapy.
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the PT500 and taking a step towards
a stress free life. Pure Therapy’s 500 Series massage chair is like having a
personal massage therapist at your fingertips 24/7. Designed to suit any
home décor, the PT500 was engineered to be an elite massage chair that
will make you feel mentally and physically relaxed after each use. Four
powerful motors can provide you with a deep tissue massage or a soothing
light massage. You can also get an invigorating foot rub with a slight
adjustment of your leg rest. Choose from a variety of pre-programmed
massages or customize your own and enjoy all the benefits of massage
therapy. Select from several massage techniques like kneading, tapping,
pressing and knocking. Massage your upper body and enjoy a lower body
massage of your calves simultaneously. Sit upright or recline completely
and prepare for a massage that normally could only be provided by a
trained massage therapist. The cost of visiting a massage therapist every
day could be over $20,000 in just one year. Your body is an investment that
you cannot ignore. Live a better life with a relaxed body and mind.
WHAT’S INCLUDED
Massage Chair
NUAL
USER MA
Remote
Control
Instruction
Manual
24/7 Lifetime Live Customer Support
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GETTING
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To Get Started:
1. Carefully open the top of the box.
2. Remove box from the bottom lid and remove chair. The back rest for the
chair will be folded forward .
3. Open the chair up by carefully pulling the lever under the back of the chair;
make sure the back rest and foot rest are free of hands and/or other foreign
objects.
4. Attach back rest with zipper and head rest with the Velcro
5. Plug power supply cord into a grounded, surge protecting power bar.
6. Make sure that there is enough room for the chair to fully recline to the
horizontal position without any obstacles in the way.
7. Turn power switch on the back left of the chair to the ON position.
MOVING AND LIFTING
Moving the Chair
GETTING STARTED
Make sure chair is
unplugged
Roll on the wheels
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1. Make sure the master power switch is off (located at the
back of the chair) position and unplugged with the cord
safely out of the way.
2. Make sure no objects are in the way or resting on or
around the chair.
3. Pull the lever located on the bottom of the chair at the
back and fold the back rest inward.
3. Lift the foot rest so that the chair is resting on the wheels
on the back of the chair.
4. Push or pull the chair to where you would like it to be
moved.
5. Do not use back rest, seat or cord to move the chair.
Raise the Leg rest
Lifting the Chair
1. Ask another person to assist you.
2. Have one person lift the leg rest and another lift by the
back of the chair. Be sure to lift with your legs and not
your back.
3. Lift carefully to avoid dropping the chair or causing
injury.
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POWERING ON
To Power On:
1. Make sure that the chair is plugged into a grounded power source. We recommend
using a surge protected power source.
2. Flip the switch located on the back of the chair to the ON position.
3. With the remote control press the power button. The chair will turn on and begin a
combination massage on your upper body.
4. The leg rest massager functions are separate from the back massager functions. To
turn the leg rest massage on; press the start button located on the lower body section of the remote.
Note: Each time the chair is powered off the default settings are restored which will allow for automatic mode to start up when the
chair is powered on the next time. It is normal to hear multiple beeps while the chair is powering on
HEAD REST CUSHION ADJUSTMENT
The head rest pillow and back rest pillow can be removed from the back of the chair. Removing them will increase the intensity of the massage.
To Remove/Add the Cushion:
1. Flip back the head rest pillow for temporary removal or peel it
away from the Velcro to completely remove it from the chair.
2. For a more intense massage on entire back area, unzip the
cushion compartment which is located in the back rest.
Behind cushion,
unzip back rest
pillow for removal
3. Remove the cushion.
4. Reinsert the back rest and/or head rest cushion if you would
like to decrease the intensity of your massage.
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ADJUSTING CHAIR POSITION
The PT500 allows you to adjust the way you are resting in the chair with the push of a button. You can adjust the back rest and leg rest at the same
time, or you can adjust the leg rest on its own.
Leg Adjustment:
Back and Leg Adjustment:
Pressing the arrow pointing up will
bring the leg rest up. Pressing the
arrow pointing down will bring your
legs down and towards the ground in
the default position.
The up arrow button will bring the chair up
to a sitting position and the down button
cause the back rest to recline. The PT500 is
able to recline up to 160 degrees.
• Once you have adjusted the back rest properly you can move the leg
rest to any position you would like
ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS
BACK STRETCHING
This button allows you to pick a particular section of your back to be massaged. Each time you press this button the light, located above the button,
will indicate which setting you have activated. The areas are as follows:
• Overall:
This option will massage your entire back; this includes your upper back, lower back as well as neck and
buttocks
• Fixed:
The fixed option allows you to personally choose the location of your massage. To select the area you want
the massage to concentrate on, use the roller positioning buttons. This allows you to pinpoint any sore areas
or knots you want targeted
• Partial:
The partial massage option will concentrate the massage on either the top half or the bottom half of you
back. The half that will be massaged will be based on the roller positioning that you have set
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ADJUSTMENT BUTTONS continued
SHOULDER POSITIONING:
These adjustment buttons allow you to adjust the rollers to suit your height. When the rollers are sitting
directly on your shoulders, they will be ideal for your specific height. Press the up arrow to move the
rollers up the backrest of the chair and press the down arrow to lower the rollers. As you are adjusting the
rollers, you will feel them moving up/down the chair.
ROLLER POSITIONING:
The up arrow will move the rollers up towards your neck and the down arrow will move the rollers down
towards your lower back. As you adjust the rollers, you will feel them moving up and down your back. The
back positioning function works while receiving any type of massage except for any automatic modes.
SPEED:
Pressing this button changes the speed of the massage. There are 5 levels of speed and the lights above
the speed button will indicate how fast or slow the massage is going. The first light is the slowest speed
and the last light is the fastest. You are able to adjust the speed while receiving any type of massage
except while using the automatic modes. The faster the speed, the more intense the massage will be. A
more intense massage is good for muscle pain, while a slower massage is more soothing and good for
relaxation.
WIDTH:
Pressing this adjusts the width between the rollers. You can have the rollers positioned on the outer edge
of your back, which focuses on the shoulder blades, or the muscles around your spine. You can adjust the
width of the rollers during the following massages:
1. Flap
2. Press
3. Knock
AUTO/DEFAULT MODE
The PT500 comes equipped with automatic massage functions. All the functions are a combination of the massages offered. When you are using any
of the automatic massages, you can adjust the locations of the massage, but not the speed or width of the rollers.
1. Full Back: Massages your entire back.
2. Upper Back: Concentrates the massage on your neck, shoulders, and upper back.
3. Lower Back: Massages your lower back and waist.
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MASSAGE TYPES
With the PT500 you can create your own personal massage. There are five massage types you can receive individually. This allows you to decide on
which massage will be best for your particular body and your particular massage needs.
SHIATSU KNEAD
Shiatsu neck kneading is a massage technique that works in a circular motion on both sides of your spine. Kneading massages
are good for a sore or knotted neck, often caused by straining or looking at a computer screen for a long period of time. The
PT500 allows you to adjust the area of your back being massaged as well as the speed of the kneading. For a relaxing massage
have the kneading on the slower speed and for a more intense massage adjust the speed to fast.
To turn on the kneading function:
1. Turn the PT500 on.
3. Select which area of you back you would like massaged with the
back stretching and/or massage positioning buttons.
2. Press the “shiatsu knead” button on the remote.
4. Adjust the speed of the massage with the “speed” button. If you
would like an intense massage adjust the speed to go fast and if
you would like something more soothing adjust the speed to move
slower.
TAP
Tapping is a series of fast paced percussion strokes which are good for increasing blood circulation and relieving the sore
muscles in your back caused by stress.
To Turn the Tapping Function On:
1. Turn the PT500 on.
2. Press the “tap” button on the remote control.
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TAP continued
5. Adjust the speed you would like the massage to be with the
speed button. If you would like an intense massage adjust the
speed to go faster and if you would like something more soothing adjust the speed to move slower.
3. Select which area of you back you would like massaged with the
back stretching and/or massage positioning buttons.
4. For a more particular adjustment you can adjust the width from the
outer edges of your back all the way towards the spine area using
the width button on the remote.
KNEAD AND TAP
Knead and tap combines the circular motion of Shiatsu kneading and the invigorating massage offered with tapping.
This is a specialized massage that human hands could not do. It is mainly specialized for upper back pain, as most upper
back pain is caused from a combination of sore muscles and lack of circulation.
To Turn the Knead and Tap Function On:
1. Turn the PT500 on.
2. Press the “knead and tap” button on the remote control.
3. Select the area of your back you would like massaged with the back
stretching and/or massage positioning buttons.
4. Adjust the speed you would like the massage to be with the speed
button. If you would like an intense massage adjust the speed to go
faster and if you would like something more soothing adjust the speed
to move slower.
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PRESS
This massage option is a slower pressing motion that simulates the massage technique called cupping. Cupping is best for
deep tissue massage therapy. The PT500 allows you to adjust the position, roller width, and speed of the pressing function
during a massage.
5. Adjust the speed you would like the massage to be with the
speed button. If you would like an intense massage to relieve
pain, adjust the speed to go faster and if you would like something more soothing adjust the speed to move slower.
To Turn the Press Function On:
1. Turn the PT500 on.
2. Press the “press” button on the remote control.
3. Select which area of you back you would like massaged with the
back stretching and/or massage position buttons.
4. For a more particular setting you can adjust the width of the rollers
from the outer edges of your back all the way to the spine area using
the width button on the remote.
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KNOCK
The knock massage option simulates the wringing massage technique which is good for shoulder alignment and muscle tension. The PT500 allows you to adjust the position, roller width, and speed of the knocking during your massage.
To turn the Knocking Function On:
4. For a more particular adjustment you can adjust the width from the
outer edges of your back all the way towards the spine using the
“width” button on the remote.
1. Turn the PT500 on.
2. Press the “knock” button on the remote control.
5. Adjust the speed you would like the massage to be with the
“speed” button. The speed for this function should be adjusted
to move quickly for lower back areas and slowly when going
upwards towards the head.
3. Select which area of your back you would like massaged with the
back stretching and or/massage position buttons.
LOWER BODY
The PT500 allows you to receive a lower body massage; focusing on massaging your buttocks, hamstrings, lower calves
as well as your feet. The leg rest massage simulates a draining massage. A draining massage works to relax muscles and
stimulate circulation by applying and releasing pressure.
Start:
Press the “start” button to begin the lower body massage. The massage will automatically start using
the first mode. The lower body massage operates separately from the back rest, so you can enjoy it on
its own or in conjunction with a back massage.
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Mode:
The PT500 offers four unique massage modes depending on where you need a massage the most:
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Mode one ( calf, quad and buttocks)
Mode two (calf, lower quad and buttocks)
Mode three (calf, upper quad and buttocks)
Mode four (calf and buttocks)
Intensity:
There are two intensity levels to choose from: high, which is good for a foot rub and low, which is good
when you are having a calf massage.
Arthrosis Traction:
The arthrosis traction option of the PT500 mimics decompression therapy. A gently pulling action
elongates the spine and pulls the discs back into shape. This option is great for herniated discs, and
arthosis of the spine.
REMOTE BUTTONS
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1. Standby Light: This light indicates that the chair is plugged into a power
source and that it can be turned on to massage your back
2. Power: Turns the PT500 back massagers on and off
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3. Adjusting Shoulders: These buttons allow you to adjust where the rollers sit on the
back rest so that you can personalize your chair to your body
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4. Full Back: Begins a combination massage on your entire back
5. Upper Back: 7
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Begins a combination massage on your neck, shoulders and
upper back area
6. Lower Back: Begins a combination massage on your lower back and waist
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7. Shiatsu Knead: Begins kneading massage
8. Tap:
Begins a fast paced tapping action on your back
9. Knead and tap: A unique combination of Shiatsu kneading and tapping
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10.Press: This technique is slow, intense and good for deep tissue
massage
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11.Knock: 18
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This massage mimics a knocking effect on different sections
of your back in sequences
12.Back Stretching: Allows you to adjust where on your back you would like to be
massaged. Choose from: overall, fixed, and partial
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13.Roller Positioning: The up arrow will move the rollers up towards your neck and
the down arrow will move the rollers down towards your
lower back to allow you to personalize your massage
14.Speed: Changes the speed of the massage
15.Width: Adjusts the width of the rollers
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REMOTE BUTTONS continued
16.Start: Begins lower body massage. The massage will automatically start using mode one with high intensity
17.Mode: You can change the speed and direction of the massage. There are four different speed/direction combinations to choose from
18.Intensity: Choose from four unique lower body massage combinations
19.Arthrosis Traction: Gently pulls legs to elongate the spine
20.Leg Adjustment: Raises and lowers leg rest
KNOWING YOUR MASSAGE CHAIR
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1. Head Rest Pillow: 2. Back Rest: 3. Back Rest Pillow:
3. Seat: 4. Leg Rest : 5. Remote Area: 6. Power Connection
7. Power Switch: The pillow is located at the top of the back rest of the chair and has the neck rollers behind it
The back rollers and removable pillow are located in this area
Can removed to adjust the intensity of the back massage
The airbag massagers located in the seat are an excellent way to massage your hamstrings
This moving leg rest allows you to put your calves or feet in the massaging sections on the foot rest for a relaxing massage
Safely stores the remote when not in use
Controls power to the chair
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THE 9-5 MASSAGE
Sitting at a desk and looking at a computer screen all day can be very hard on your back. Pain in the upper back and neck is usually due to the muscles
becoming too tight. Tight muscles restrict blood flow in your back, which can make the pain worse. The Shiatsu kneading and back rolling technique
can help in relieving the pain as well as stimulate blood flow of those tight muscles.
For Upper Back Pain:
1. Adjust the chair into the lying down position using recline button for
the back and leg adjustment.
5. Adjust the back rollers to focus solely on the upper back and select a
partial massage.
2. Adjust the roller positioning so that your neck is positioned
comfortably in between the upper rollers.
6. Turn on the “knead and tap” function by pressing the button. It is
recommended to use a medium speed.
3. Make sure your spine is aligned with the center of the back rest so
that the rollers focus on the proper muscles.
4. Turn the power to the chair on.
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PRENATAL MASSAGE
Lower back pain is a common problem; it is especially common in pregnant women as they carry their baby low on their body. The lower back massage is great for getting the lower back muscles relaxed and stimulating blood flow to relieve pain.
For Lower Back Pain:
1. If needed, use the recline button to return the chair into a sitting
position.
4. Turn the power to the chair on.
5. Turn the press function on and adjust the speed to low and the
width to focus on the outside edges of your back.
2. Move your body so that your lower back is flush with the back rest.
6. Set the chair to the overall massage option.
3. Make sure your spine is comfortably aligned with the center of the
back rest so that the rollers focus on the proper muscles.
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ATHLETIC MASSAGE
One of the largest complaints in athletes is leg pain. This can be caused by over exertion of the legs, muscle strains, general weakness or even long
hours of standing. The leg rest massage modes can help relieve leg pain with gentle air bags that apply the right amount pressure to relieve those sore
areas.
For Leg Pain:
1. Adjust the chair using the recline buttons so that you are sitting
straight, with your legs up and stretched out in front of you.
3. Turn off all back massage functions.
4. Turn the air bags for the legs on. Adjust the speed to move quickly, the
mode and intensity will depend on your comfort level.
2. You may have to move your body slightly to make sure your calves
comfortably fit into the leg rest sections.
STRESS REDUCING MASSAGE
Relaxation is the best cure for stress. Techniques such as deep breathing and meditation can help in relieving stress but the most recommended stress
relief technique involves relaxing the muscles through massage. The PURE THERAPY 500’s massagers can aid in relaxing the muscles and in turn,
relaxes the mind and body.
For Reducing Stress:
1. Adjust the chair using the buttons for the back rest and the foot
rest so that you are sitting up, with your legs elevated.
2. Make sure your spine is aligned in the middle of the back rest.
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STRESS REDUCING MASSAGE continued
3. Bring your feet up with your knees bent and insert them into the
massage areas on the leg rest .
5. Leave the default massage on, this is an overall upper body
massage.
4. Turn the power to the chair on.
6. With you feet inside of the leg rests massage areas, turn on the
lower body massage functions. Intensity and mode will depend on
comfort level. It is recommended to use a high level of intensity for
a foot massage.
REFLEXOLOGY MASSAGE
Many activities and occupations such as nursing, serving, and shopping can cause you to be on your feet for long periods of time. The leg rest uses air
bags to apply pressure to the feet, simulating the massage technique called reflexology. Reflexology aids in relaxing the entire body and easing any
pain in your feet.
Foot Massage:
1. Adjust the chair using the recline buttons so that you are sitting up,
with your legs up.
3. Turn the back massage off.
4. With your feet in the leg rests massage area, turn on the lower
body massage option. We recommend turning the massage to high
intensity.
2. Bring your feet up with your knees bent and insert them into the leg
rests massager areas.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
I am hearing strange noises coming from the
motors chair and/or the leg stretch.
The massage rollers stopped moving during
operation
I am unable to recline the leg rest and/or back
rest
The leg rest is not turning on with the rest of the
chair
The chair is not working at all
There is damage to the cord and/or unit
I feel a strange pain or discomfort to my body
• The motors within the chair make regular operation noises; therefore most noises
are completely normal. If the noise becomes very loud or straining, contact Pure
Therapy.
• If you apply too much pressure on the rollers they may stop moving for safety
purposes. Try to ease up on the rollers and they should start working again.
• Make sure there are no obstacles around the chair that can be stopping it from
reclining.
• The leg rest functions separately from the chair. You must turn it on separately using
the leg rest functions on the remote.
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Make sure it is plugged into a power source.
Make sure the switch located at the back of the chair is set to the on position.
The time may have come up, try turning the chair on with the remote again.
Stop using the chair immediately and do not use until repaired and inspected by a
professional.
• Stop using the chair immediately and consult your doctor or physician
SPECIFICATIONS
Power..........................................................AC110-120V-60HZ
AC220-240V-50HZ
Measurements............................................44"x26"x30"
N.W.............................................................172 lbs
Specification Of Motor
Name..........................................................VOLTAGE
Flap Motor..................................................DC110V
Knead Motor...............................................DC110V
Move Motor................................................AC110V
Cylinder.......................................................DC110V
Pump..........................................................AC110V
Function
Back............................................................Knead,flap,knock,flap and knead together,
auto movement of mechnical hand, Back cylinder
Bottom........................................................Airpressure massage function
Calf..............................................................Airpressure massage function, calf cylinder
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