G13™ - Comfortaire

G13™ - Comfortaire
PLEASE STORE THIS MANUAL IN A SAFE
PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
G
13™
RECORD YOUR AIR CONTROL SYSTEM SERIAL NUMBER:
OWNER’S MANUAL
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CHECK YOUR CONTENTS:
B
A: COVER:
(1) cover with 3 parts zipped together.
A
B. FOAM TOPPER:
(1) color may vary
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C: AIR CHAMBER(S):
(2) for dual chambers or (1) for single chamber.
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D: SIDEWALL FOAM RAILS:
(4) pieces: (2) long and (2) short
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E: SUPPORT FOAM UNDERPAD:
(1) foam underpad
F.
WIRELESS AIR CONTROL SYSTEM:
(1) Q10™ Wireless Air Control System
See the air control system instruction sheet for more information.
F
Foundation
Sold Separately
W I R E L E S S ACS
IMPORTANT
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If anything is missing, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-759-0594 immediately.
It will take approximately 30-60 minutes to complete the assembly process.
If, during the assembly or at any time, you have a question or problem, please consult the
troubleshooting guide within this manual. If the guide does not provide a solution, contact customer
service by phone at 1-800-759-0594 or by e-mail at support@comfortaire.com
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INSERT SIDEWALL FOAM
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Remove cover and topper foam from clear plastic bag. Set
topper foam aside and allow a few minutes for it to regain
shape.
Lay cover on top of box-spring, foundation, or platform
with quilted side of cover facing upwards with the precut
slots and law tag at the head of the mattress. (Fig. 1)
Completely unzip top section and set aside.
Retrieve sidewall foam rails from box.
Insert the pieces with rounded ends into the foot and head
of the cover and remaining pieces (square ends) into each
side of the cover.
Place support foam underpad inside sidewall foam. (Fig. 2)
Head
1
Foot
Sidewall
Foam
Foam
Underpad
2
INSERT AIR CHAMBER(S)
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Retrieve air chamber(s) from box.
With air hose(s) facing the head of the mattress, lay air
chamber(s) flat inside the mattress with hose facing down.
(Fig. 3)
Insert air hose(s) through pre-cut slots located at head of
the mattress.
Air hose(s) located
at the head of the
mattress
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SETUP AIR CONTROL SYSTEM
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Remove air control system and hand control from box.
See Air Control System sheet for more information.
Attach air hose(s) to air control system. (Fig. 4)
Connect the hose from the air control system marked
with an “L” to the left air chamber hose. Left or right air
hose(s) are determined as if you are lying on the bed.
Refer to the illustration on the bottom of the air control
system. (Fig. 4)
Plug air control system into power outlet.
Remember to record your air control system serial
number on the front page of this manual.
Connect hose marked
with an “L” to the left
side of the bed
4
From Air
System
L
Connect
unmarked hose
to the right side
of the bed.
From Air
Chamber
INFLATE AIR CHAMBER(S)
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2
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If you have a single chamber mattress, skip the next step
and proceed to step 2 below.
If you have a dual chamber mattress with
and
buttons, press the “L” or “R” button corresponding to the
side of the bed you would like to inflate.
Press the button marked “FILL”
on the hand control
to inflate the air chamber on the chosen side. YOU MAY
ONLY INFLATE ONE AIR CHAMBER AT A TIME. (Fig 5)
Repeat steps for your second chamber on a dual chamber
mattress.
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Left
Side
Select
Right
Side
Select
FILL
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Middle Panel Section
ATTACH MIDDLE PANEL
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Retrieve the middle panel section of the mattress cover.
Place middle panel section onto the air chambers (FIG. 6)
Unzip and remove the top of the mattress cover and lay
aside.
Deflate air chambers partially for easy zipping of the
mattress.
Pull down fire protective flap so that it covers the sidewall
foam and begin zipping middle panel. When zipping middle
panel, be sure to pull top and bottom panels together to
avoid breaking the zipper. Example:
6
Fire Protective
Flap
7
INSERT TOPPER FOAM
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Topper Foam
Place the topper foam on top of the mattress cover.
(Fig. 7)
FINISH ASSEMBLY
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Place top panel of mattress cover over the topper foam.
Pull down fire protective flap so that it covers the topper
foam and begin zipping top panel. Store the hose plugs
inside the mattress cover for safekeeping. When zipping
top panel, be sure to pull top and bottom panels together
to avoid breaking the zipper.
Example:
Fire Protective Flap
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Fire Protective
Flap
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Do not cut, damage, or remove the fire protective flap
(Fig. 8)
Assembled mattress. (Fig. 9)
See Air Control System sheet for operation.
The air control system may be placed under box-spring,
foundation, or platform.
CAUTION!
Your safety is very important to us. For this reason, we have
included explicit written instructions on how to assemble your
mattress. When your mattress is assembled in accordance with
the instructions herein, it meets the strictest fire standards,
1632 cigarette ignition and 16 C.F.R. part 1633. Comfortaire®
will not be liable for fire damage and possible personal injuries
related to an improperly assembled mattress. If you have
any questions, please contact us directly at 1-800-759-0594
Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm Eastern.
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Troubleshooting guide for Your Comfortaire®
Mattress with
Wireless Air Control System
You’ll probably never have a moments trouble with your Comfortaire® bed, but just in case, here are a few easy steps to
take if your bed is not working properly.
#1 AFTER SETUP
Store the plugs inside
the mattress cover
What to look for…
A. Kinks in the air hose, air chamber should be positioned with hoses face down.
B. Make sure the hoses are attached properly.
1.
Seat hose components completely.
2. Slide the air hose all the way onto the connector.
3. Check to see that both air hoses touch the center of the connector.
C. PLUG IT IN! Make sure the outlet works.
Important!
D. Check the hand control battery.
#2 IF THIS HAPPENS, DO THIS
Plugs are inside the mattress cover
A. Leak? – Mattress Deflates
1.
Find your plugs – If you can’t find them, a “AA” battery is a good substitute.
2. Pump up the side that leaks and adjust it to a comfortable Comfort Setting™.
3. Crimp the hose – bend it in half to prevent air from escaping.
4. Remove hose from Air Control system (you may cut hose off approximately 1” from fitting
DON’T cut near the chamber.
5.
Stop the hose with the plugs or AA battery – this will isolate the air chamber.
6. Sleep on the bed with the hose plugged.
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If the bed still leaks, the problem is the air chamber.
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If the bed holds, the problem is the air control system.
Either way, call Comfortaire® at 1-800-759-0594 (We will need the model and serial number of your air
control system OR \ the number on the chamber located where the hose connects at the head of the mattress).
7. When you are ready to reattach hose to air control system, snip off 1” of the hose to provide a fresh end for the
fitting.
B. Pump will not operate
* * Do not disassemble
1.
Plug it in. Make sure the outlet works.
the air control system
C. Pump works but the pressure does not change
1.
Unzip mattress cover and look for a crimp where the hose attaches to the chamber.
2. If the problem persists, remove the hose from air control system nozzle or connector (step 4 under “Leak”)– air
should expel from the hose (hold hose up to your face to feel for a breeze). If this doesn’t happen, look for
visible obstructions. While the hose is disconnected, use the hand control to activate the inflation for that side of
the bed – check to see if air is blowing from the air control system. To deactivate the air control system, place
your finger over the end to create pressure or simply unplug the power source.
3. After you have determined the problem call Comfortaire® at 1-800-759-0594 for further assistance.
**WARNING! DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE AIR CONTROL SYSTEM. INTERNAL COMPONENTS CAN BE
DAMAGED AND WARRANTY WILL BE VOIDED.
D. Soiled cover?
Steam clean only. Do not dry clean.
Steam clean – allow it time to AIR dry – put it back on the bed. NEVER put the cover in a dryer.
E.
Cover wear? Over time, impressions will occur in the cover of the mattress. This is normal and will not affect
your comfort level. Only the quilting is affected. The air support components will last a lifetime.
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