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Excalibur PR10 User`s guide
User’s Guide for
Motorized Pool Lounger
Model No. PR10
www.ExcaliburElectronics.com
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ongratulations on your purchase of the Motorized
Pool Lounger from Excalibur Electronics, Inc. You
and your friends will enjoy hours of outdoor fun
with this innovative product. Your Motorized Pool Lounger
contains two propellers which enable you to turn in all
directions.
Your Motorized Pool Lounger is easy to use, but be sure
to use it safely. Before starting, please read this manual thoroughly, especially noting the safety and care. Keep this
manual for reference.
Your Motorized Pool Lounger requires some assembly. This package includes one pool lounger. For each side
of the pool lounger, it includes a battery compartment, a
battery cover and handle, a control arm, a control arm sleeve,
an electrical connection shaft, a lug nut, a motor assembly
that encloses the propeller. Additionally, a bag of bolts, orings, metal washers, rubber washers and a lug nut wrench,
a restoration kit, an instructional DVD and its user's guide
are included to facilitate assembly. These are illustrated in
Figures one through ten on pages four and five.
Table of Contents
What’s Included. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 4
How to Use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
Setting Up the Motorized Pool Lounger. . .page 6
Inflation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 6
Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8
Testing the Motorized Pool Lounger. . . . . page 12
Using the Motorized Pool Lounger . . . . . page 12
Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 13
Repairing the Motorized Pool Lounger. . . page 15
Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 17
Special Care & Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 18
Battery Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .page 19
How Use the Electric Air Pump . . . . . . . . . . .page 20
Limited 90-Day Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 23
The legendary King Arthur brandished a
magic sword, Excalibur, from which we take
our company name. With this unique weapon
in his hands, he could not be vanquished.
Although Excalibur Electronics can’t claim
the magical secrets of Merlin, King Arthur’s
court wizard, sometimes our patented
technology may make it seem as if we could.
We make you think.
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What’s Included
Figure 6 Control Arm
Figure 7: Electrical Connection Shaft
Figure 1: Motorized Pool Lounger
Figure 8: Motor Subassembly
that Encloses the Propeller
Figure 2: Nuts, Bolts, Washers
O-Rings and Restoration Kit
Figure 3: Battery Compartment
Figure 10: Lug Nut
Figure 4: Battery Cover
& Handle
Figure 9: Electric Air Pump
with Nozzle Attachments
Figure 5: Control Arm Sleeve
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Figure 11:
User’s Guide
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Figure 12:
Instructional DVD
How to Use
Setting up the Motorized
Pool Lounger
in Figure 13. Be sure to read
the instructions for the electric air pump on page 20.
Insert the medium-size
Your Motorized Pool
Lounger requires some valve into the electric air
assembly. Please carefully pump, as shown in Figure
follow these instructions. In 14.
addition, Excalibur has
included an instructional
DVD to help you assemble
your
Motorized
Pool
Lounger.
Inflation
Insert the electric air pump
nozzle into the points of
inflation and turn it on until
that cavity is fully inflated,
as shown in Figure 18.
1. The armrests (shown as
‘B’ in Figure 15).
2. The body of the lounger
(shown as ‘C’ in Figure 16).
Figure 14
There are three points of
inflation. It is generally best
to start at the lounger’s backrest (as shown as ‘A’ in
Figure 15) and then proceed
forward in the following
sequence, shown in Figures
15 and 16.
Figure 13
Use the electric air pump
to inflate the Motorized Pool
Lounger (included) as shown
Figure 17
Figure 15
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Figure 18
Figure 16
After finishing with each
section, be sure to securely
close each valve cover.
Remove the valve cover,
as shown in Figure 17.
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Assembly
Next, assemble the battery
cover with the nuts, bolts, and oOnce the lounger has been rings in place, as shown in
inflated, repeat the following Figure 21.
steps on both sides of your
Motorized Pool Lounger. Be
sure to assemble it on a raised
surface to prevent the motor
assembly from being damaged.
First, take out the wrench provided in the accessories kit as
shown in Figure 19.
Figure 21
Place the nut onto the bolt and
place them onto the battery compartment hole, as shown in
Figure 22.
Figure 19
Use the wrench to unscrew the
nut on the battery cover, as
shown in Figure 20.
Figure 22
Figure 20
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Place an o-ring on the end of
the bolt, as shown in Figure 23.
Figure 23
Finish assembling the battery Figure 26
cover, as shown on Figure 24.
Screw the large plastic hexagon nut onto the top of the battery compartment to secure the
control arm in place, as shown in
Figure 27.
Figure 24
Match the direction of the “2”
printed on the control arm and
the battery compartment. Slide
the control arm in through the
bottom of the battery compartment, as shown in Figures 25 Figure 27
and 26.
Install six D-cell batteries (not
included) in the battery compartment, making sure to match the
polarity (+ and -) with the diagram inside the battery compartment, as shown in Figure 28.
Figure 25
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Figure 28
Figure 30
Carefully align the battery
Insert the electrical connection
compartment cover by matching
shaft into the motor subassemthe “3” printed on both the cover
bly that encloses the propeller, as
and the battery compartment, as
shown in Figure 31.
shown in Figure 29.
Figure 29
Figure 31
Next, hold the lounger vertiFasten the nuts with the cally as shown in Figure 32. This
wrench provided in the acces- will make it easier to assemble.
sories kit. It is generally best to
start at the two nuts directly
across from the handle, then the
two nuts on both sides of the
handle, then the last remaining
two, as shown in Figure 30.
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Figure 34
Figure 32
From the bottom of the
Insert the control arm sleeve lounger, you can see the “1”
into the holes located on the printed on both sides of the conarmrest, as shown in Figure 33. trol arm and propeller, as shown
in Figure 35.
Figure 33
Insert the control arm through
the top of the control arm sleeve.
Insert the electrical connection
shaft through the bottom of the
control arm sleeve, as shown in
Figure 34.
Figure 35
Push up the electrical connection shaft to make sure it’s tightly secured, as shown in Figure
36.
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Testing the Motorized
Pool Lounger
Figure 36
After completing all of the
previous assembly steps,
press the button on the handle to test the propeller, as
shown in Figure 38.
Repeat the same steps on the
other side of your Motorized
Pool Lounger, as shown in
Figure 37.
Figure 38
Figure 37
Using the Motorized
Pool Lounger
After you’ve finished assembly the Motorized Pool Lounger,
Your Motorized Pool
you can store the wrench on the Lounger is perfect for your
right cup holder, as shown in backyard pool. Because it
Figure 38.
contains two propellers on
either side, it enables you to
move in all directions.
Figure 38
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To move laterally towards
the right, turn both handles
right and press both buttons.
To move laterally towards
the left, turn both handles
left and press both buttons.
To turn in a circle, face one
Figure 39
propeller forward and the
other backward and press
To move, press the buttons
the buttons.
on both handles. These
buttons will operate your
Disassembly
propellers.
To drive forward, turn both
To disassemble your
handles so they are facing
Motorized Pool Lounger,
forward and press the buttons.
please follow these instrucTo drive in reverse, turn
tions.
both handles so they are
First, unscrew the six
facing backward and press
hexagon screws from the
the buttons.
battery cover. Remove the
To turn right, turn either
screws and the battery cover,
handle to the right. The
as shown in Figure 40.
angle of your turn will
depend on how much you
turn the handles to the right.
To turn left, turn either
handle to the left. The angle
of your turn will depend on
how much you turn the
Figure 40
handles to the left.
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Remove the batteries, as partment. Lift it off.
shown in Figure 41.
On the underside of the
Motorized Pool Lounger,
squeeze the holes on the
base of the control arm
sleeve, as shown in Figure
43. This will release the fasteners holding the control
arm in place.
Figure 41
Unscrew the hexagon nut on
the top of the control sleeve,
as shown in Figure 42.
Figure 43
Figure 42
Once released, lift the
control arm from the top of
the control arm sleeve.
Remove the propeller and
electrical connection shaft
by sliding it out of the
control arm sleeve, as shown
in Figure 44.
Squeeze the fastener located below the hexagon nut to
unfasten the battery com-
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Figure 45
Figure 44
Repairing the
Motorized Pool Lounger
Remove the control arm
sleeve from the Motorized
Pool Lounger by lifting it
out from the top.
Open the valve cover to
deflate the Motorized Pool
Lounger, starting with the
larger cavities, as shown in
Figure 45.
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Rough surfaces may puncture the Motorized Pool
Lounger. If the lounger gets
punctured, use the glue and
PVC from the restoration kit
to repair the punctured surface.
Apply the glue on the
damaged area and apply the
supplementary PVC sheet.
Wait approximately one
minute for the glue to dry
after applying the PVC sheet
before
handling
your
Motorized Pool Lounger.
You should wait approximately 24 hours before
using the Motorized Pool Figure 46
Lounger in your pool again.
Warning
• Please read the User's Guide carefully before operating the
product.
• Children under 14 years of age should not operate this
product without parental supervision.
• This product is designed for pool use only. It may be used in
ponds or small lakes only within the range of the user’s com
fortable ability to swim to shore provided that there are no
strong currents, waves, or water crafts present which could
create wakes. Do not use in any other body of water or salt
water.
• This product is designed to hold one person not exceeding
250lbs/115kg.
• Keep hands, hair, and loose objects such as clothing away from
the propeller.
• If an object becomes lodged in the propeller, make sure that
this product is turned off before attempting to dislodge.
• Always inspect the pool area before use to ensure it is free of
hazards and/or obstacles, such as pool toys and swimmers.
• Never ride into or over swimmers.
• Keep this product away from hot or sharp objects.
• Always use caution and common sense.
• Never jump or dive off this product.
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Special Care & Handling
Battery Information
• Avoid rough handling such as bumping or dropping.
• Your Motorized Pool Lounger uses six D batteries,
not included.
• Clean using only a slightly damp cloth. Do not
use cleaners with chemical agents.
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Avoid extreme temperatures. For best results use between
the temperatures of 39° F and 120° F (4° C and 38° C).
• Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or
rechargeable nickel-cadmium) batteries.
• Do not use rechargeable batteries.
• Remove exhausted batteries from the unit.
• Do not short circuit battery terminals.
• Remove batteries and store them in a cool,
dry place when not in use.
• To avoid explosion or leakage, do not dispose of
batteries in a fire or attempt to recharge alkaline
or other non-rechargeable batteries.
THE MOTORIZED POOL LOUNGER
IS
NEITHER A PERSONAL-FLOTATION NOR A
LIFE-SAVING DEVICE.
ALL USERS
KNOW HOW TO SWIM.
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SHOULD
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable l interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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How to Use the Electric
Air Pump
The electric air pump is a
high-volume, low-pressure
pump, as shown in Figure
47. This is intended to
inflate or deflate items, such
as your Motorized Pool
Lounger and air mattresses.
To use your electric air
Figure 47
pump, please follow these
instructions.
able item and switch ON to
begin inflation.
To Inflate
While inflating, be sure
not to obstruct the valve.
Turn the ON/OFF switch to
This may cause the pump to
OFF.
overheat.
Plug the electrical cord
When inflating large
into a wall socket.
items, such as a king-size air
Insert the correct adapter
mattress, the pump should fit
size onto the nozzle of the
directly into the valve of the
electric air pump. If you are
inflatable item for fast inflausing it for the Motorized
tion. Use the appropriate
Pool Lounger, you will need
adapter for smaller valves.
to use the medium size
adapter.
Insert the tip of the adapter
into the valve of the inflat20
To Deflate
To deflate an inflatable
item, open the valves of the
inflated item. You can either
allow it to deflate on its own.
If you want to expedite the
deflation process, follow
these instructions.
Turn the ON/OFF switch to
OFF. Plug the electrical cord
into a wall socket.
Insert the deflation port
(located on the top of the
electric air pump) into the
valve of the inflatable item
and switch ON to begin deflation.
Figure 48
Figure 49
Special Care & Handling for the Electric Air Pump
• Avoid rough handling, such as bumping or dropping.
• Avoid moisture and extreme temperatures. For best
results, use between the temperatures of 39˚ F and 100˚ F
(4˚ C and 38˚ C).
• Clean using only a slightly damp cloth. Do not use
cleaners with chemical agents.
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Warning for Electric Air Pump
• This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the
other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, this plug is
intended to fit into a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug
does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does
not fit, consult an appliance repair-person. Do not attempt to
force the plug into the wall outlet.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use if the
power cord appears damaged.
• Never over-inflate an item. The pressure may cause the
item to burst.
• Do not leave the pump unintended while it's turned on.
• Do not use the pump in wet conditions.
• Do not face the ports of the pump towards your face,
especially your eyes.
• Do not insert fingers or other objects into the ports of the
pump at any time.
• Do not place the pump on the ground when turned it. It
could suck in rocks and other small objects. This will
break the pump.
• Do not use this fan with any solid-state speed control
device.
• Do not leave the pump on for an extended period of time.
This may burn out the motor.
• Keep out of reach of children.
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Limited 90-Day Warranty
on the duration of implied warranties
and do not allow exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations and exclusions
in these instances may not apply.
The only authorized service center
in the United States is:
EXCALIBUR
ELECTRONICS,
INC., warrants to the original consumer that its products are free from
any electrical or mechanical defects
for a period of 90 DAYS from the
date of purchase. If any such defect
is discovered within the warranty
period, EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS, INC., will repair or replace the
unit free of charge upon receipt of
the unit, shipped postage prepaid
and insured to the factory address
shown at right.
Excalibur Electronics, Inc.
13755 SW 119th Ave
Miami, Florida 33186 U.S.A.
Phone: 305.477.8080
Fax: 305.477.9516
www.ExcaliburElectronics.com
The warranty covers normal consumer use and does not cover damage that occurs in shipment or failure
that results from alterations, accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, wear
and tear, inadequate maintenance,
commercial use, or unreasonable use
of the unit. Removal of the top panel
voids all warranties. This warranty
does not cover cost of repairs made
or attempted outside of the factory.
Ship the unit carefully packed,
preferably in the original carton, and
send it prepaid, and adequately
insured. Include a letter, detailing the
complaint and including your daytime telephone number, inside the
shipping carton.
If your warranty has expired and you
want an estimated fee for service,
write to the above address, specifying the model and the problem.
Any applicable implied warranties,
including warranties of merchantability and fitness, are hereby
limited to 90 DAYS from the date of
purchase. Consequential or incidental damages resulting from a breach
of any applicable express or implied
warranties are hereby excluded.
Some states do not allow limitations
PLEASE DO NOT SEND
YOUR UNIT WITHOUT
RECEIVING AN ESTIMATE FOR
SERVICING. WE CANNOT
STORE YOUR UNIT!
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EXCALIBUR ELECTRONICS, INC.
13755 SW 119TH AVENUE,
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33186 U.S.A.
Phone: 305.477.8080
Fax: 305.477.9616
PR10 (MA) Motorized Pool Lounger 020306-V5
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