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(Household) Massage Lounger
Fauteuil vibromasseur
(家用)電動按摩椅
Model No.
№ de modèle 型號
English
EN2
Français
FR2
繁體中文
TC2
EP-MAJ7
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Before operating this unit, please read these instructions completely and save them for future use.
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EN12
Transport, installation and assembly
●●Dimensions of main unit! (Page EN55)
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EN22
What kind of courses are there?
●●The back massage intensity controller display differs according to the course and action!
Back massage intensity control of auto course
Page EN38
Back massage intensity control of manual action
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EN41
About heat massage
●●“HEAT” operating method
Page
EN53
The sound is irritating!
●●Operating sound, perception, etc.
EN2
Contents
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Before Use
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . EN4
Part names and functions of main unit. . . EN10
Setting up the massage lounger . . . . . . . . EN12
Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN14
Before sitting down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN18
How to Use
Part names and functions of the
Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN20
Simple use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN22
Massages
●When you want a complete massage. . EN25
●When you want a concentrated massage
of a particular body part with your favorite
action. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN26
●Air stretching and Sole massage . . . . . EN28
Memory Course. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN31
Adjusting the intensity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN36
After completing the massage. . . . . . . . . . EN43
Moving/Maintenance
Moving the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN44
Cleaning and maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . EN45
Important Notes
Q&A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN46
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN51
Error display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN52
Sounds and sensations of the unit. . . . . . EN53
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN54
EN3
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
Denotes a potential hazard that will result in serious injury or death.
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
Denotes a hazard that could result in minor injury or property damage.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Basic precautions should always be followed when using an electrical unit, including the following.
Please ensure that you read all instructions before using the Household Massage Lounger.
DANGER
To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. Always unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1. The unit should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug the unit when not in use.
2. Close supervision is necessary when this appliance is used by, on, or near children, invalids, or disabled persons.
Keep children away from the legrest.
3. Only use the unit for the purpose described in these instructions.
4. Do not use any accessories other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
5. Always return the seat to the upright position and make sure the legrest is completely retracted. Be careful that
nothing is obstructing the legrest while retracting.
6. Never operate the unit if it has a damaged power cord or plug. Return the unit to the nearest authorized service
center if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or if it has been immersed in water.
7. Keep power cords away from heated surfaces. Do not carry the unit by the power cord.
8. Never block the air openings during operation and make sure that all air openings are kept free of lint and hair,
etc. Do not drop or insert anything into any of the openings of the unit.
9. Do not use the unit on top of heating appliances, such as electric carpets, etc. Do not operate the unit under
blanket or pillow. Excessive heating can occur and cause fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
10.Do not use the unit outdoors.
11.Do not use or operate where aerosol spray products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.
12.Connect this unit to a properly grounded outlet only. See Grounding instructions.
13.Use heated surfaces carefully. May cause serious burns. Do not use over insensitive skin areas or in the
presence of poor circulation. The unattended use of heat by children or incapacitated persons may be dangerous.
14.Do not use the unit in close proximity to loose clothing or jewelry.
15.Keep long hair away from the unit while in use.
16.After each massage, slide the power switch on the backside of unit body to the “off” position, turn the lock switch
to the “lock” position and then remove the lock switch key and power plug.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
EN4
This unit must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This unit is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a
qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the product is properly grounded. Do not modify
the plug provided with the product – if it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This product is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in
Figure A. Make sure that the product is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug.
No adapter should be used with this product.
Figure A
GROUNDED
OUTLET
GROUNDING PIN
GROUNDED
OUTLET BOX
⿟⿟This unit is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the unit by a person responsible for their safety.
⿟⿟Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the unit.
▶ Continued on the next page
EN5
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
Denotes a specific operating procedure that
must not be performed.
Denotes a specific operating procedure that
must be performed.
WARNING
Symptoms
⿟⿟The following persons should not use this unit:
(1) Persons who are prohibited from receiving massages by a physician (e.g.: due to thrombosis, severe
aneurism, acute varicose veins, any type of dermatitis and skin infections (including inflammation of
the hypodermis), etc.)
ersons suffering from osteoporosis, spine fracture, sprain or acute pain such as a pulled or torn muscle
(2) P
(3) Persons who have a pacemaker, defibrillator, or other personal medical devices prone to electronic interference
(4) Pregnant women and women who have just given birth
(5) Persons with symptoms of acute low back pain, herniated disk, spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis,
degenerative lumbar spondylosis
(6) Persons who have abnormalities or curvature of the spine
⿟⿟The following persons should not use the lower back/hip massage or pelvis stretch.
(1) Those with symptoms of acute inflammation around the hip area, acute hip pain, piriformis
muscle syndrome or sciatic neuralgia
(2) Those suffering from osteoarthritis of the hip and bad hip joint
(3) Those who feel pain, numbness, lethargy in the hip and legs during use
(Doing so may worsen the symptoms.)
⿟⿟The unit is not to be used by people who cannot move or communicate on their own.
⿟⿟Persons with any of the conditions listed below or who are undergoing medical treatment should
consult with their physicians before using the unit.
(1) Persons who have a malignant tumor
(2) Persons suffering from heart disease
(3) Persons who have a loss of heat sensation
(4) Persons who have sensory abnormalities due to a severe peripheral circulatory disturbance such
as diabetes mellitus
(5) Persons who have a wound where the massager operates
(6) Persons whose body temperature is over 38 °C (100.4 °F) (who have a fever)
(E.g.: When a person has acute inflammation symptoms (fatigued, chills, blood pressure
fluctuations, etc.) or when debilitated)
(7) Persons who require bed rest or who are in poor physical shape
(8) Persons other than those listed above who feel unwell
⿟⿟If you begin to feel unwell during use or if you do not feel effects of the massage lounger, stop use
immediately and consult a physician.
(Failure to do so may cause an accident, injury or become unwell.)
If a malfunction or breakdown occurs
⿟⿟If a malfunction or breakdown occurs, stop using the chair immediately and unplug the power plug
from the wall socket.
(Failure to do so may result in smoke/fire or electric shock.)
<Examples of malfunctions/breakdowns>
.
ㅡㅡDoes not start when pressing
ㅡㅡThe power supply goes on and off when the power cord is moved.
ㅡㅡBurning smells or abnormal sounds occurring during operation.
ㅡㅡThe unit becomes deformed or unusually hot.
→ Contact an authorized service center immediately for inspection/repairs.
EN6
⿟⿟Absolutely do not modify. Furthermore, do not attempt to disassemble or repair the unit yourself.
(Doing so may cause fire, or may cause the unit to function abnormally resulting in injury.)
When in use
⿟⿟When massaging the neck area, be careful
of the movement of the massage heads
and avoid massaging the throat area and
excessively strong massage action.
⿟⿟Do not sit on the backrest or armrests.
⿟⿟This unit should not be used by children.
Also, do not allow children to play on the unit,
or to climb on the seat, backrest or armrests.
⿟⿟Do not use the massage lounger while
holding children.
⿟⿟Do not push your hands, elbows, arms or
feet against the fabric covering the moving
parts of the backrest during use.
(Doing so may cause an accident or injury.)
⿟⿟When “HEAT” are used, do not let the massage
heads touch the same place for a long time.
(Low temperature burns* may occur.)
* Burns may occur at relatively low temperatures
(40 °C (104 °F) to 60 °C (140 °F)) when in contact
with the same area of skin for long periods of
time, even if you do not feel heat or pain.
⿟⿟Always check the fabric covering the
backrest or legrest movable parts has not
been ripped before using the unit. Please
also check other areas to ensure the fabric
has not been ripped.
No matter how small the rip, if you find one
then immediately stop using the unit, unplug
the power plug and have the unit repaired at
an authorized service center.
(Failure to do so may result in injuries or
electric shocks.)
⿟⿟Start using a gentle Swedish massage.
⿟⿟Do not massage for more than 30 minutes a day.
⿟⿟Do not massage any one part of your body
for more than 5 minutes at a time.
(Doing so may result in adverse effect or injury.)
⿟⿟Confirm that the shoulder position is correct
when body scanning (Page EN24) is
performed. If it is not properly aligned, use
the POSITION button to adjust the shoulder
height, or stop the massage and perform
the body scanning again (when using auto
course, manual operation).
⿟⿟Make sure there are no persons or pets
around the unit (front, back, underneath
or sides of the unit) before using it for
massaging or moving the backrest or legrest.
(Failure to do so may cause an accident or
injury.)
Power plug, power cord etc
⿟⿟Do not do anything that may damage
the power cord or power plug.
Do not scratch, modify, use near a heater,
excessively bend, twist, pull, place heavy
objects on top of, or bundle the cord or
plug.
(Doing so may cause electric shock,
burning or fire due to a short circuit.)
→Contact the nearest authorized service
center for repairs to the power cord or
power plug.
⿟⿟Do not insert or unplug the power plug with
wet hands.
(Doing so may cause electric shock.)
⿟⿟Always use sockets and wiring devices at
the correct rated value.
⿟⿟Use AC 120 V.
(Cannot be used overseas, nor with a
transformer.)
⿟⿟Always insert the power plug fully into the
socket.
(Failure to do so may result in electric
shock or fire due to overheating.)
⿟⿟Dust the power plug on a regular basis.
ㅡㅡRemove dust using a dry cloth.
(Failure to do so may result in fire, due to
damp shorting the insulation.)
⿟⿟When unplugging the power plug, hold the
plug itself and do not pull on the power cord.
(Failure to do so may cause electric shock,
burning or fire due to a short circuit.)
▶ Continued on the next page
EN7
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Take note of the following points as well
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Continued)
CAUTION
To avoid risk of injury.
Symptoms
⿟⿟Persons who are otherwise healthy but have
any of the conditions listed below should
consult with their physicians before using the
unit.
(1) Persons whose muscles have deteriorated
due to age or weight loss
(2) Persons with symptoms of lower back
and hip pain caused by the bones and
muscles, organs and nerves
(3) Persons who suffer bruises or sprains
easily
(4) Persons who suffer from severe motion
sickness
(5) Persons who have undergone heart or
internal surgery in the past
(Failure to do so may adversely affect health.)
⿟⿟Place a mat or other such covering on the
floor when moving the unit using the castors.
(Unit may damage the flooring.)
⿟⿟When moving the unit on its castors, remove
any obstacles from around the unit, move the
backrest to the fully upright position, lift the
legrest to a position below the waist (less than
80 cm (31.5 in.) from the floor) and move the
unit slowly. (Page EN44) (Otherwise the unit
may fall and cause injury.)
Power supply
⿟⿟The unit has a heated surface. Persons
insensitive to heat must be careful when
using the unit.
⿟⿟To ensure safety, connect the unit to a
properly grounded outlet. (Page EN13)
ㅡㅡFailure to do so may cause an accident or
discharge.
(Failure to do so may cause electric shock.)
⿟⿟If symptoms such as rashes, reddening,
itching, etc. occur as a result of using this unit,
stop using the unit and consult a physician.
(Failure to do so may cause an accident or
adversely affect health.)
⿟⿟Always unplug the power plug from the wall
socket when cleaning the unit or removing
the cover.
(Failure to do so may cause an electric shock
or injury.)
Installation and movement
⿟⿟Do not drag or push the unit in an installed
state.
⿟⿟Do not move the unit using the castors on the
flooring.
(Doing so may damage the flooring.)
⿟⿟Do not move with a person on it.
(Doing so may result in falls, causing an
accident or injury.)
⿟⿟Do not hold the sole massage section when
moving the unit.
(It may slide in movement, causing injury.)
⿟⿟Do not use in damp or humid places such as
a bathroom.
(Doing so may cause electric shock.)
EN8
⿟⿟Use only on a horizontal surface.
(Failure to do so may result in a falling
accident.)
⿟⿟Always unplug the power plug from the wall
socket when not using.
(Since dust and humidity deteriorates
insulation, which may result in fire due to
electrical fault.)
⿟⿟Do not use the massage heads on your head,
stomach or bare skin. Also, do not place your
hands or feet between the massage heads.
⿟⿟Do not place your knees between the leg &
sole massage section.
⿟⿟Do not fall asleep while using the unit. Do not
use the unit after drinking alcohol.
⿟⿟Do not stand, jump on, or place objects on
the seat until the air is completely extracted
after the air action.
(Doing so may cause an accident or injury.)
⿟⿟Do not insert your hands, fingers, feet or
head into the following spaces:
(1) Between the backrest and seat or armrest
(2) Between the legrest and seat or armrest
(3) Between the seat and armrest
(4) Between the back cover and leg cover
(5) Back of the legrest
⿟⿟Do not unplug the power plug or turn the
power switch “off” during massage.
⿟⿟Do not use the sole massage in a standing position.
(Doing so may cause injury.)
Take note of the following points as well
⿟⿟Do not allow children to use the controller
holder fixing screw.
(Doing so may cause an accident such as a
child swallowing the screw.)
⿟⿟Do not spill water on the unit or controller.
(Doing so may cause electric shock, ignition
or fire due to a short circuit.)
⿟⿟Store the lock switch key out of the reach of
children.
(Failure to do so may cause an accident such
as the child swallowing the key.)
⿟⿟In the event of a power outage, unplug the
power plug immediately.
(Failure to do so may cause an accident or
injury when the power supply returns.)
⿟⿟If you have not used the unit for a while,
carefully read the operating instructions again
and check that the unit is operating normally
before use.
(Failure to do so may result in breakage or
injury.)
⿟⿟Do not sit on, stand on, or place objects on
the legrest when the legrest is not completely
lowered.
(Doing so may cause the edge of the legrest
to rotate or the unit to tip over, resulting in an
accident or injury.)
⿟⿟Do not use at the same time as another
medical device.
(Doing so may cause an accident or
deteriorated health.)
⿟⿟Check that the massage heads are in the
retracted position.
⿟
⿟ Be sure that all operations have stopped
before getting off the unit during a massage.
(Failure to do so cause an accident or injury.)
⿟⿟Check that there is no foreign matter between
the parts of the unit before sitting down.
ㅡㅡCheck that there are no foreign objects
stuck in the backrest, legrest or hand & arm
massage section.
(Hands, feet or small objects may become
trapped, resulting in an accident or injury.)
⿟⿟Avoid wearing anything hard on your head
like a hair accessory, etc. when using the unit.
⿟⿟Do not massage with any hard objects in
your trouser pockets.
⿟⿟Remove hard objects such as false
fingernails, wristwatches or rings when
massaging hands or arms.
(Doing so may cause injury.)
⿟⿟Do not drop anything from your pockets, etc. into
the gaps of the device. (You could lose them.)
EN9
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before and during use
Part names and functions of main unit
Shoulder side massage section
Retracted position
of massage heads
●●Includes integrated air massage function.
Controller (Pages EN20 – EN21)
Pillow
Backrest
Seat
●●Massage heads
●●“HEAT” massage
●●Built in air bag for lower
back massage
●●Air bag for seat/thigh
massage is built in.
Comfort cushion
Armrest
Hand & arm massage
section
●●Includes integrated air
massage function.
Hips & thigh side
massage section
●●Includes integrated air
massage function.
Legrest-Leg & Sole Massage Section
●●Massage by sole roller.
●●Includes air massage function.
●●Position can be adjusted by sliding sole
massage section.
Leg massage
section
Sole massage
section
Sole roller
EN10
■■Sole roller
Foot-side air bag
Heel air bag
Controller holder
Controller stand
Part names and functions of main unit
Back cover
Rating sticker
Castor
Leg cover
Castor
Power cord
Power plug
Power switch section
lock switch
power
open
lock
off
on
Lock switch
Power switch
Lock switch key
Lock switch key tag
●●For preventing children
from swallowing it by
accident.
●●Lock switch is set to “open” and power switch is set to
“on” prior to leaving the factory.
EN11
Setting up the massage lounger
1)Checking the accessories
●●Armrests (Right/Left) The holes in the fabric at the back of the hand & arm massage
section are due to the manufacturing process and are not a fault.
●●Comfort cushion
●●Pillow
●●Power cord
Right/Left indication
(armrest back)
2)Where to use the unit
Ensure there is adequate space to recline.
●●Dimensions required for installation (see page EN55 for the detailed dimensions of the main unit)
Approximate Dimension: Height 115 cm (45.3 in.) × Width 90 cm (35.4 in.) × Depth* 220 cm (86.6 in.)
* The actual depth of the main unit is 200 cm (78.7 in.) but the required depth is stated as 220 cm (86.6 in.) so as to
install it at least 10 cm (3.9 in.) away from the wall etc. at the front and back.
●●Do not expose the massage lounger to direct sunlight or high temperatures, such as in front of heating sources.
This can cause discoloration or hardening of the synthetic leather.
3)Installing
①The unit must be carried by two or
more persons.
ㅡㅡSince the unit is heavy, be careful to avoid
back injuries.
Place your fingers in
the groove
Unit weight
Approx. 87 kg
(191.8 lbs)
②Watch your step carefully and put
down the unit slowly.
Lay out a mat etc.
Since the unit may damage the flooring, it is
recommended to place the unit on a mat.
When placing a mat under the unit, the size
of the mat should be sufficient (at least
120 cm × 70 cm (47.2 in. × 27.6 in.)) to
cover the areas where the unit touches and
where the legrest could touch the floor.
Hold the legrest by the sides
Hold the legrest with your hands until it has
been set on the floor completely.
If you release the legrest too soon, it will
spring back to the initial position.
EN12
■■Do not hold the foot part!
The sole massage section might slide,
and injuries may occur.
●●Lock switch key
(1 pc.)
●●Allen key
(1 pc.)
Setting up the massage lounger
●●Controller stand
●●Attachment screws
(M6 × 13) Black
Controller holder
(4 pcs.)
Controller holder
fixing screw
(Cross section)
This is initially inserted
in the lock switch of the
power switch section
prior to leaving the
factory.
Cord clip
(M6 × 29) Silver
44mm
mm
(2 pcs.)
4) Connect the power cord to the unit
① Check for dirt and damage on appliance inlet of the
Appliance inlet
Connector
power switch section and the connector of the power
cord.
② Insert the connector into the appliance inlet.
③ Be sure to push the connector in all the way.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
●●This unit must be grounded. If it should malfunction or
breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock.
Power cord
Power switch section
●●This unit is equipped with a cord having an equipmentgrounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug
must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances.
5)Turn on the power and raise the
backrest to the upright position.
①Insert the power plug into the power
①
outlet.
ㅡㅡAlways be sure to insert into an AC 120 V
plug.
②Confirm the lock switch key is set to
the “open” position.
③Confirm the power switch is set to
the “on” position.
④Press
on the controller twice.
ㅡㅡPress once, and then press again
approx. 1 second later. Backrest will rise
automatically.
lock switch
power
open
②
●
lock
off
on
③
●
EN13
Assembly
1
Attaching the controller stand
The controller stand can be attached on either the left or right side.
<When attaching on the right armrest>
①Align the 2 prongs of the side panel with the holes of the controller stand.
Controller stand
■■How to tighten the screws
Hole
②Fasten the controller stand with the
Attachment screw
●●Tighten the 4 screws
lightly using your fingers.
(Make the screws level
with the holes.)
Allen key
attachment screws (4 positions)
ㅡㅡUse this screw
Attachment screws (M6 × 13) × 4 pcs.
(Black)
●●Tighten firmly with the
allen key.
●●Screw may be damaged
if you tighten the screw
inserted into the hole
crookedly using an allen
key.
If the controller stand is attached on the left hand side, pass the controller cord through the left hand side. (Page EN17)
2
Fasten the armrest
①Insert the armrest into the unit.
ㅡㅡ“R” (right side) and “L” (left side) are indicated at the
back of the armrest.
ㅡㅡInsert the armrest from the top aligning the ▲ marks
on the side of the armrest.
ㅡㅡBe careful to avoid pinching your fingers and air
plugs.
<Attaching the right armrest>
Front
①
②Slide the armrest toward the back while
pushing it downward.
③Fasten the armrest with the attachment screws.
(One for each side)
ㅡㅡUse this screw
Attachment screws (M6 × 29) × 2 pcs. (Silver)
Align the ▲
marks.
②
●
■■How to tighten the screws
Allen key
●●Put an attachment screw on the
edge of the allen key and tighten
the screw horizontally to the hole.
●●Screw may be damaged if you
tighten the screw inserted into the
hole crookedly using an allen key.
④Attach the left hand side in the same way.
EN14
③
●
Inserting the air plug
① Insert the air plug into the air plug jack
on the armrest with your fingers until it
clicks into position.
Assembly
3
<View from bottom>
Air plug jack
Air plug
Protrusion
Press until the protrusion
clicks into place.
ㅡㅡArm massage will not operate unless the air
plugs are inserted securely.
② Insert the left side in the same way.
4
Attaching the controller to
the controller holder
① Insert the controller
at an angle to
the bottom of the
controller holder.
Protrusions
Cavities
②Insert the controller
●●Fasten the controller cord using the cord clip.
Fasten so the cable under the cord clip will not sag too
much (because of the risk of tripping over the cord).
Cord clip
until the two
protrusions on the
controller holder
click into the cavities
on both sides of the
controller.
Lift up the controller
to remove.
Controller
cord
▶ Continued on the next page
EN15
Assembly (Continued)
5
Attaching the pillow
Attach the pillow using the velcro fastener.
Velcro fastener
Velcro fastener
Pillow
●●Recommended position of the pillow when using the massage lounger (Page EN19)
6
Attaching the comfort cushion
Attach the cushion with zipper.
Zipper
Comfort cushion
EN16
■■When the controller stand is attached on the left side
①Press
on the controller.
Assembly
●●Run the controller cord to the left as follows.
●●The product is shipped with the controller cord fastened to the right side.
Legrest
②Press and hold
on the controller
until a beep-beep-beep sound is heard.
ㅡㅡThe legrest will rise until it reaches the
uppermost position.
②
③Disconnect the controller cord.
ㅡㅡHook is released by pressing on the tab on the fastening band with your fingers.
④Move the controller cord under the legrest to the left side.
Fastening band
③
Fasten to the right side
Tab
③
Controller cord
④
View from front
⑤Fasten the controller cord.
ㅡㅡPress down from the edge if it does not fit in easily.
⑥Insert the tip of the fastening band into the hole.
Cord-holder groove
⑤
⑥
Controller cord
EN17
Before sitting down
Check the surrounding area
Make sure there are no objects, persons, or pets in the vicinity of the unit.
●●The massage lounger may not work when pets such as dogs and cats chew on
or trip over the controller cord. (This may result in a breakdown.)
Adjust the Controller holder
Horizontal orientation can be adjusted.
Left and right
Retracted
position of
massage heads
Check the legrest position
●●Make sure the legrest is in the fully lowered
position.
ㅡㅡWhen the legrest is not fully lowered
The legrest will lower by pressing on
twice.
Slide the sole massage section to
your preferred position
●●Adjust to your preferred position after raising the
legrest. (Page EN42)
It will slide up to about 18 cm (7.1 in.).
Push with your
feet to slide out
Lift your feet slightly and the
sole massage section returns
EN18
Before sitting down
Check the power cord and power plug before turning on the unit.
(Page EN13)
Adjust the pillow position
Remove the pillow and adjust the height of the pillow so that the bottom edge is at ear level.
●●If positioned too low, the pillow may interfere with a massage of the area around the neck.
●●When the reclining angle changes, the position of the pillow may shift. In that case, adjust the position again.
Lower edge of the pillow
Pillow
Ear level
Flip up the comfort cushion to check the main unit
Check the following points
●●Is the fabric torn?
●●Are there foreign objects sandwiched in the main
unit?
●●Are the massage heads in their stowed positions?
ㅡㅡWhen the massage heads are not in the
retracted position
Press
twice to return the massage heads
to the retracted position.
Do not massage with the comfort cushion still on the
backrest.
WARNING
⿟⿟Always check the fabric covering the backrest or
legrest movable parts has not been ripped before
using the unit. Please also check other areas to
ensure the fabric has not been ripped. No matter
how small the rip, if you find one then immediately
stop using the unit, unplug the power plug and have
the unit repaired at an authorized service center.
(Failure to do so may result in injuries or electric
shocks.)
Check your sitting position
In order to deliver an effective massage, there is a bulging
area in the center of the seat to make sure you sit all the
way back.
Sit down all the way to the back with your
bottom in contact with the backrest.
EN19
Part names and functions of the Controller
Controller
OFF/ON button
Child lock button (Page EN23)
●●Press this button to lock the operating parts
in order to prevent action of the massage
lounger by children or by mistake. (Setting
and canceling by pressing around 5 seconds)
Voice guidance volume
controller (Page EN42)
AIR MASSAGE
selection OFF/ON buttons
(Pages EN28, EN36)
MEMORY buttons (Pages EN31 – EN35)
Quick stop button
●●Press this button to stop the massage immediately.
OTTOMAN/CHAIR
controllers (Page EN42)
MANUAL selection
button (Page EN26)
Display
(Page EN21)
STRETCH selection
OFF/ON buttons
(Pages EN28, EN36)
TAP button (Pages EN27, EN38)
HIP OFF/ON button
(Page EN36)
HIP height control button
(Pages EN36, EN40)
Auto course buttons
(Page EN25)
Air massage intensity
controller (Page EN36)
Sole roller OFF/ON button
(Page EN36)
Sole intensity adjustment
button (Page EN36)
REPEAT button
“HEAT” (“Heat” massage
heads) OFF/ON button
(Pages EN36, EN41)
Speaker
Massage strength select
button (Page EN38)
Back massage intensity
controller (Page EN38)
SKIP button (Page EN38)
(Page EN38)
OK button
POSITION button (Page EN38)
EN20
Display
●●This illustration is when all lamps are illuminated.
Voice guidance volume
display (Page EN42)
•• Remaining time
display
•• Saved number display
of memory course
Memory course display (Pages EN31 – EN35)
Memory course display (Page EN33)
●●This display appears when using a course that you have
created on your own.
Operation display
●●Currently performing massage
actions light up while massaging.
●●Currently selected action frame
flashes when manual action is
selected.
(Pages EN33 – EN35)
(Page EN24)
Stretch action display
(Page EN28)
Hip action display
Skip display (Page EN38)
(Page EN36)
Repeat display (Page EN38)
Air massage
intensity display
Back massage intensity
display (Page EN38)
(Page EN36)
Part names and functions of the Controller
Sole roller intensity
display (Page EN36)
Body scanning display
Back massage pressure
display (Page EN38)
Child lock display (Page EN23)
Stretch display (Page EN36)
●●Currently selected stretch parts light up.
●●Current stretch position flashes.
●●Lights up and displays the air intensity of the stretch.
“HEAT” display (Page EN36)
“Sole roller”
display
Massage area display
Air massage display
●●Current approximate massage
position flashes.
●●Currently selected air massage parts
light up.
●●Current air massage position flashes.
(Page EN36)
EN21
Simple use
Course
Operation
Auto course
Select one
For those who want a full
body automatic massage
(Page EN25)
Manual action
For those who want an
intensive massage using
their favorite action on a
favorite area
Select your
favorite
action and
press
Select one
(Pages EN26 – EN27)
Air action
<Air action/Stretch action>
For those who want to have
a “SHOULDER”, “HAND/
ARM”, “PELVIS” or “LEG/
FOOT” air massage
Select
(Pages EN28 – EN30)
●●Air massage and stretch action will not be
carried out at the same time.
Stretch action
For those who want to stretch
their “NECK”, “CHEST”,
“LOWER BACK”, “PELVIS”,
“LEG”, or “CORE”
(Pages EN28 – EN30)
Sole roller action
<Sole roller action>
To those who want to
loosen the sole
Press
(Pages EN28 – EN30)
Memory course
Once saved, you can recall
your own favorite auto
course or a course that you
have created on your own.
How to save a course and use
a saved course
(Pages EN31 – EN35)
EN22
A maximum of three courses can
be saved.
Select one
Action
Adjustable
functions during
a massage
Pages EN36 – EN39
Start massage
Setting and canceling the child
lock
Simple use
Start massage
■■How to set
With the screen of the controller blank, press and
hold
Body scanning (page EN24)
Start air
massage
●●If air massage is selected, body
scanning will not be carried out.
for about 5 seconds.
●●When set,
will light up for about 5 seconds
before the power is cut off automatically.
■■How to cancel
With the child lock set, when the screen of the
controller is blank or when
hold
Start stretch
Start sole roller
massage
●●If sole roller massage is selected,
body scanning will not be carried out.
is lit, press and
for about 5 seconds.
goes off and the
●●The child lock is canceled,
course selection screen appears.
If you want to stop the massage midway/
If you experience any problems
Press
.
●●All actions will stop immediately.
●●Dismount the unit carefully to avoid a fall.
Start massage
▶ Continued on the next page
EN23
Simple use (Continued)
Body scanning
Body scanning is where the massage heads move along the back and the shoulder position detected, the body shape including
height is estimated, and a massage is made to suit the body shape.
will flash.
●●During body scanning,
●●Body scanning height range is about 140 cm – 185 cm (55.1 in. – 72.8 in.).
Automatically
To massage
position
Sit back and lean gently back so that your head touches
the pillow.
●●For adjustment of the position of the
pillow. (Page EN19)
Raised approx. 75 °
Body scanning
Reclined approx. 20 °
●●If you have reclined deeper
than the massage position, it
does not automatically recline.
About 30 seconds after the body scanning starts,
the massage head will lower slowly to the shoulder
position and start the tapping.
●●With the body scanning sound “beep-beep ...”, the massage head will rise up the spine
to the vicinity of the neck.
●●Manual action (for example, “MIDDLE BACK”, or “LOWER BACK”) performs a simple
sensing, but the massage head doesn’t rise up to the shoulder.
●●The massage head protrudes.
(It will rise again if it does not match the shoulder position and repeat the action to adjust the shoulder position.)
●●Seat surface air operates to prevent the body from moving during scanning.
Do not move your head
from the pillow until tapping
action begins!
Massage
head
もみ玉
It will not be able to accurately
detect the shoulder position
たたき
Tapping
action
動作
■■To adjust the shoulder position
During tapping action (about 12 seconds), to adjust the height of the shoulder using the
POSITION button, push
.
Too high
Moves approximately
1.2 cm (0.5 in.) up or
down for each press.
Correct position of
the massage head
(The point where the
tapping action should
be felt.)
Too low
, body scanning will end and massage will start.
●●Even during the tapping action, when you press
●●To estimate the approximate height based on the shoulder position, the legrest may automatically adjust its angle so that the
sole of the foot touches.
will stop the action. Rest your shoulders back against the backrest
●●If the shoulder position is greatly shifted, one press of
firmly and press the button to start again.
EN24
When you want a complete massage
1
Press
2
Select and press one of the buttons.
4
(When the unit has not been operated for more than 3 minutes, the
display automatically disappears.)
●●Body scanning will commence when the program is selected. (See
page EN24 for details)
After Body scanning ends, massage
starts.
●●During the massage, you can create favorite settings. (See
pages EN36 – EN39 for details)
●●You can save your favorite settings in the memory course even in the
middle of a course. (See page EN31 for details)
After the massage is started, it will
automatically end in a maximum of
approximately 19 minutes.
●●After the massage ends, you can save your favorite settings in the
memory course. (See page EN31 for details)
Simple use
When you want a complete massage
3
to turn on the power.
■■Features of the auto course (upper body)
●19 minutes
When you want to gently
loosen your body
Mainly use swedish and
roll actions while moving at
a slow speed to give your
body a relaxing massage.
●16 minutes
When you want to stretch
the whole body
Use the 6 stretch actions to
slowly stretch your
entire body.
●19 minutes
When you want to firmly
loosen your body
The standard massage course
which mainly uses knead and
ultra knead actions will give
you a thorough massage.
●16 minutes
When you have painful
neck or shoulders
Mainly use knead and ultra
knead actions to focus on
the muscles around the
neck and shoulder.
●16 minutes
●16 minutes
Dullness around the
shoulder blade
Relax the areas around the
shoulder blades with actions
which transfer heat with
kneading action.
For painful lower back and hip
Mainly use knead and ultra
knead actions to focus on
the areas from your lower
back to the hip.
●19 minutes
When you want to strongly
loosen your body
Mainly use shiatsu and ultra
knead actions to strongly
massage stiffness points.
●10 minutes
When you want to quickly
loosen your body
All techniques such as knead,
ultra knead, swedish, roll, etc
condensed into a 10-minute
course.
●16 minutes
In order not to
accumulate fatigue of
the hip
Loosens around the waist,
pelvic area and hip areas
with actions which transfer
heat such as ultra knead,
roll and stretch actions.
The core refers to the waist, spine, pelvis, and stomach.
EN25
When you want a concentrated massage of a
particular body part with your favorite action
WARNING
⿟⿟Do not massage any one part of your body for more
than 5 minutes at a time.
(Doing so may result in adverse effect or injury.)
1
Press
2
Select the part you want to massage.
3
to turn on the power.
(When the unit has not been operated for more than 3 minutes, the
display automatically disappears.)
●●A list of massages action is displayed.
Select action you prefer.
The currently selected action flashes
●●Actions can also be selected by repeatedly
pressing the area selected in step 2.
is selected, “ROLL” or a combination of “ROLL” and
●●When
another actions can be selected. When combining other actions,
press
to select the action and then press
The contents of the action (Illustration is an image diagram of the action)
ULTRA KNEAD
Small kneading action at
points.
SWEDISH
Action of rubbing gently
across a wide area.
SPIRAL KNEAD
Kneading action while
moving up and down.
ROLL
Action to stretch an area.
SHIATSU
Action compressing
muscle knots vertically.
TAP
Tapping action for right
and left alternately.
KNEAD
Deep kneading action.
FULL BACK ROLL
Action stretching the body
along the backbone.
●●The respective actions are suitable for specific body parts. (Actions of Shiatsu for the “NECK” are different from of the
actions for the “SHOULDER”.)
EN26
.
4
Press
to start the action.
●●The massage heads will move to selected position automatically to
start the massage after the body scanning is completed. (See page
EN24 about body scanning)
●●See pages EN36 – EN39 for setting the massage in accordance with
your preferences.
●●When massaging the hip, air massage will not be carried out at the
same time.
●●When a massage to the same location has continued for 5 minutes,
massage heads will automatically move up approximately 3 cm (1.2 in.).
(Depending on the location, the massage may move up.)
5
The massage will automatically end
approx. after 16 minutes.
To change an action in the middle of a massage
Select again in steps
●●Press
2 – 4.
within approximately 40 seconds of reselecting an action in step 2 , otherwise the reselection will be canceled
When you want a concentrated massage of a particular
body part with your favorite action
Press
to add tapping.
The tapping can be turned OFF/ON by pressing this button.
OFF/ON cannot be selected when massaging with the tapping
action.
automatically.
To save manual action in the memory course
Press the MEMORY button for 2 seconds during the action.
●●You can save your favorite manual action, stretch action and air action to create your own course. (Pages EN33 – EN35)
If you want to massage with tapping action only
❶
❷
❸
Press
Press
to turn on the power.
.
Start the tapping action by pressing
.
ㅡㅡTapping action will be performed at the current massage head positions without performing body scanning.
ㅡㅡTo change the action, select with steps 2 – 4 .
EN27
Air stretching and Sole massage
■■Air massage……………… “SHOULDER”, “HAND/ARM”, “PELVIS”, “LEG/FOOT”
■■Stretch……………………… “NECK”, “CHEST”, “LOWER BACK”, “PELVIS”, “LEG”, “CORE”
1
Press
2
Select the part you want to massage.
(When the unit has not been operated for more than 3 minutes, the
display automatically disappears.)
.
●●The legrest will rise by pressing
●●The action contents of the air massage (below).
●●See page EN30 for stretch specifics.
●●For the stretch action, the massage heads will automatically move
to the area to stretch after the body scanning, and perform stretch
preparation action.
●●Pressing
Air massage and stretch action will not be
carried out at the same time.
If the Stretch button is pressed during
an air massage, the air action will be
canceled.
3
4
to turn on the power.
enables sole roller massage.
Air massage/Stretch starts.
The massage will automatically end
approx. after 16 minutes.
The site of the air massage stretch position
Air massage
Stretch
Shoulders
Detailed action contents of the stretch (Page EN30)
Adds pressure so as to
sandwich the shoulders
from the side.
Pelvis
Hand/Arm
Adds pressure so
as to sandwich
the waist-thigh
from the side.
Adds pressure so
as to sandwich the
palm and the arm
vertically (will move
to the left and right
alternately).
Neck
Core
Chest
Leg
Lower back
Soles
Pressing the
whole foot from
sole to heel,
massage firmly
with the sole roller.
Leg/Foot
Applies upward
pressure from
the back across
the calf from both
sides.
You can check the air OFF/ON in the display.
Plevis
You can check the stretch OFF/ON in the display.
Hand/Arm Shoulders
Chest
ㅡㅡLit: ON
ㅡㅡUnlit: OFF
Neck
ㅡㅡLit: ON
ㅡㅡUnlit: OFF
Thigh
Pelvis/Buttock
Lower back
Core
Leg/Foot
Pelvis
EN28
Leg
Pelvis
To save in the memory course
Press the MEMORY button for 2 seconds during the action.
●●You can save the stretch action that you like, to create your own course. (Pages EN33 – EN34)
●●Air actions can be saved at the same time when saving manual action in the memory course.
How to use the hand & arm massage
❶
❶
●
❷
●
Insert with fingers extended.
Effective method for using the hand & arm massage
Position the forearm and hand at the center of the hand & arm
massage section.
Place
hand/forearm at center of the armrest.
ひじ掛けの中心に手・腕を置く
Please adjust the position according to
the length of the hand.
If the hand is
long
手を深く入れる
Insert the hand all the way inside
●●Raise the backrest if there is any difficulty when
positioning the hand and forearm.
Air stretching and Sole massage
❷
Lift up the hand & arm massage section.
If the hand is
short
Effective method for using “LEG/FOOT” air/stretch/sole massage
❶
❷
❸
Raise the legrest.
Place the heel firmly.
Place the back of the calf firmly.
Place the heel firmly.
Place the back of the calf firmly.
For taller persons who cannot place their calf
●●Adjust the slide and stretch the foot. (Page EN18)
●●Lower the legrest.
Upon pressing the OTTOMAN/CHAIR controllers button,
DOWN
▶ Continued on the next page
EN29
Air stretching and Sole massage (Continued)
Description of stretch action
The PELVIS stretch
The NECK stretch
Stretches and twists the muscles around the pelvis to
the left and right alternately.
Stretches the muscles of
the neck.
① The massage head
holds the base of the
neck.
Seat air bag inflates
alternately left and
right
② Air is discharged from the
seat air bag.
The CHEST stretch
Extends the muscles around the shoulder blades and
chest.
●●In order to effectively stretch, legrest will lower.
①Hold the shoulders with the
shoulder-side air bags.
The LEG stretch
②Press the back forward with the
massage head.
Extends the muscles from the knee area to the thighs.
①Hold the body with the thighside air bags.
The LOWER BACK stretch
Extends muscles around
the lower back.
② With the calf and foot
sandwiched, the
legrest is lowered.
① The massage head holds
the lower back.
② Air is discharged from the
seat air bag.
●●If you do LEG stretching with the sole massage section
slid out, it may hit the floor.
The CORE stretch
1) Extends from thighs to the lower abdomen.
①Your hip are raised by the seat
air bag.
② With the shoulder sides and
calf/foot sandwiched, the
legrest is lowered.
EN30
2) Extends around the spine.
③ With the shoulders held by
the shoulder-side air bags,
air is discharged from the
seat air bag.
Memory Course
Up to 3 memory courses can be saved.
Refer to “Saving a Auto Course with My Own Favorite Settings” (Page EN31) and “Creating Your Own Course” (Page
EN33) to see how to save a memory course.
Saving a Auto Course with My Own Favorite Settings
Memory settings that can be saved (Pages EN36 – EN39)
To save during a auto course
Air stretching and sole massage
Memory Course
Press the MEMORY buttons for 2 seconds during an operation to
save a favorite setting.
The saved MEMORY button will light up then.
To save at the end of a auto course
① At the end of the auto course, favorite settings (Pages EN36 –
EN39) is displayed and the MEMORY button flashes.
Caution
The setting will not be saved if you turn OFF
the power switch of the main unit or pull out
the power cord during a massage.
to end the
●●Saving is also possible when you press
massage mid-way through a course.
●●Saving is also possible during a stowing action.
② Select and press the button of the course in which you want to
save your favorite setting for 2 seconds while the buttons are
flashing (flashing lasts for about 25 seconds).
●●Selected button will light. (Example:
)
●●If another setting has already been saved, the message “Another
course has been saved” appears and the button starts to flash
rapidly.
ㅡㅡTo update the contents of a new setting, press the same
button again.
Press
ㅡㅡIf you do not want to delete the setting already saved, press
other MEMORY button.
Press
③ At the end of the stowage operation, the power will be turned
off approx. after 5 seconds.
▶ Continued on the next page
EN31
Memory Course (Continued)
To start the saved program
1
Press
2
Select one of the MEMORY buttons with a saved
course.
to turn on the power.
(When the unit has not been operated for more than 3 minutes, the
display automatically disappears.)
●●The saved MEMORY button will flash.
●●Saved MEMORY button will light. (Example:
)
After body scanning, massage with saved settings will start.
To delete the saved settings
1
2
Press
to turn on the power.
While pressing and holding the
, press the
MEMORY button that you want to delete for
about 2 seconds.
●●The MEMORY button will start to flash rapidly.
3
Press the same MEMORY button one more time
while the MEMORY button is flashing (flashing
lasts for about 12 seconds).
The contents in the memory course will be deleted.
●●
EN32
will flash rapidly and then go off.
Creating Your Own Course
You can create your own course by saving manual action and stretch action in sequence in one of the memory courses.
Air action can also be saved simultaneously together with manual action.
Favorite settings that can be saved (Pages EN36 – EN39)
How to save a manual action
1
Select and activate manual action.
2
Select the MEMORY button you want to save and
press it for about 2 seconds.
●●Adjust the setting to suit your preference.
Memory Course
The action currently in operation and the settings will be saved.
will flash, the
will light up and the selected
●●The
button will light up.
.
●●The saved sequence will be displayed in
3
Select and activate the manual action that you want
to save next.
The saved action will be interrupted and the selected action will start.
●●The flashing of
will change and the button will flash.
●●Adjust the setting to suit your preference.
You can freely combine
a manual action with a
stretch action!!
4
5
Press the same MEMORY button for about 2
seconds.
The action currently in operation and the settings will be saved.
.
●●The saved sequence will be displayed in
●●The newly saved action will be inserted after the interrupted action.
●●The saved actions will start in sequence at intervals of about 1 minute.
(The FULL BACK ROLL time is different).
Repeat steps 3 – 4 .
●●Maximum 16 types can be saved.
▶ Continued on the next page
EN33
Memory Course (Continued)
How to save a stretch action
1
Select and activate the stretch action.
If you want to save several actions at the same time, select
and activate all the stretch actions that you want to save.
●●Adjust the setting to suit your preference.
●●When several actions are saved at the same time, the actions are
saved in sequence starting from the one on top.
“NECK” → “CHEST” → “LOWER BACK” → “PELVIS” → “LEG” → “CORE”
2
Select the MEMORY button you want to save and
press it for about 2 seconds.
The action currently in operation and the settings will be saved.
will flash, the
will light up and the selected
●●The
button will light up.
.
●●The saved sequence will be displayed in
You can freely combine
a manual action with a
stretch action!!
3
The saved action will be interrupted and the selected action will start.
will change and the button will flash.
●●The flashing of
●●Adjust the setting to suit your preference.
4
5
EN34
Select and activate the next stretch action that you
want to save.
Press the same MEMORY button for about 2
seconds.
The action currently in operation and the settings will be saved.
.
●●The saved sequence will be displayed in
●●The newly saved action will be inserted after the interrupted action.
●●The saved actions will activate in sequence one at a time.
Repeat steps 3 –
4.
●●Maximum 16 types can be saved.
How to save an air action setting
An air action setting can be saved in combination with a manual action.
If you want to save the setting with an air action, perform the following steps after saving the air action in the memory course.
1
Select and activate the air action.
2
Press the same MEMORY button for about 2
seconds.
●●Adjust the setting to suit your preference.
●●Saving is not possible when only air action is in operation. Please save
the air action in combination with a manual action.
●●The saved air action will be activated together with the manual action.
■■Display example among
the memory courses
Memory Course
To start the saved program (Page EN32)
Displays the saved
order
<Possible Actions>
●●Adding another action.
●●Press
to extend the massage action currently in operation.
●●Press
to delete the massage action currently in operation.
●●Adjusting the intensity of each action and hardness of the massage strength etc.
If you want to incorporate the above-mentioned settings into the next
massage ...
①Press the button to activate the manual action that you want to add or adjust.
②Press the MEMORY button for 2 seconds during selection.
(The newly saved action will be inserted after the interrupted action.)
If you want to erase the contents saved in a memory course (Page EN32)
EN35
Adjusting the intensity
Depending on the setting, a course may terminate mid-way due to the timer function.
Adjustment function
Buttons used
Must be adjustable
AIR MASSAGE
selection OFF/ON
The selected air massage and stretch action can be adjusted
individually in 3 levels and turned OFF/ON.
●●You can check the intensity level and OFF/ON status in the display.
(Lit: ON, Unlit: OFF)
STRETCH
selection OFF/ON
Air massage
intensity
The intensity of all selected air massages and stretch actions can be
adjusted in 3 levels.
“Sole roller”
intensity adjustment
The intensity of the sole roller massage can be adjusted in 3 levels.
“Sole roller”
OFF/ON
“HEAT”
OFF/ON
HIP OFF/ON
HIP height
adjustment
EN36
●●You can check the intensity level in the display.
●●You can check the intensity level in the display.
The “Sole roller” action can be turned OFF/ON.
●●You can check the OFF/ON status in the display.
The “HEAT” can be turned OFF/ON.
●●The temperature cannot be adjusted.
●●You can check the OFF/ON status in the display.
The “HIP” action can be turned OFF/ON.
●●You can check the OFF/ON status in the display.
The “HEIGHT” during a “HIP” action can be adjusted.
●●You can check the adjustment in the display.
Items that have this mark can be saved and used with your favorite
settings. (Page EN31)
Auto course Manual action Air action*
Example) E
very time you press the air
and
stretch
, the setting can be adjusted
and turned OFF/ON in the following
order.
Air massage
display
Stretch display
Stretch action
○
○
○
-
Intensity
Medium
Intensity
↓
No display
Gentle
Off
↓
Gentle
↓
Medium
↓
Strong
Medium
Strong
Sole roller
intensity
display
○
-
○
-
○
○
-
○
-
○
-
Lit: “Sole roller” action ON
Unlit: “Sole roller” action OFF
●●Button also turns off.
○
○
Lit:“HEAT” ON
Unlit: “HEAT” OFF
●●Button also turns off.
○
○
Lit: “HIP” action ON
Unlit: “HIP” action OFF
○
Display...
Lit:
Adjustable
Flashing: Air is being supplied
or discharged
Unlit:Non-adjustable
○
-
○
-
-
Adjusting the intensity
No display
○
○
○
-
-
-
-
* Air action includes “Sole roller” action.
When saving a manual action in a memory course, the air action setting can also be saved in the memory course.
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EN37
Adjusting the intensity (Continued)
Depending on the setting, a course may terminate mid-way due to the timer function.
Adjustment function
Buttons used
Must be adjustable
The back massage intensity can be adjusted.
●●You can check the area that is currently being massaged in the
display.
●●The intensity adjustment differs according to the course and action.
Back massage
intensity
adjustment
Massage
head position
adjustment
ㅡㅡAuto course
Stretch action
(back massage intensity scale 2,
] ....... 54,levels
6, 8, 10)
p to 10 levels
u
(the level depends on the action)
●●See page EN49 if the intensity is still insufficient even when set to
the highest level, or if the intensity is too strong even when set to the
lowest level.
●●The “BACK INTENSITY” cannot be adjusted when the action is being
switched.
ㅡㅡManual action
.......
The position of the massage head can be adjusted vertically and
horizontally.
If you want to adjust the position of the massage heads that are
currently performing a massage, please adjust by pushing the
POSITION button.
●●In the case of a auto course, each adjustment can be made up to 3
times.
●●In the case of a manual action, when you press and hold the up
or down button, the position will continue moving until you release
your finger.
You can detect the back massage pressure, and intensify or soften the
massage strength.
Massage strength
select
●●The massage strength of each auto course has been set to the
recommended intensity.
ㅡㅡSwedish: Soft
ㅡㅡDeep, Shiatsu, Quick: Strong
ㅡㅡStretch, Neck/Shoulder, Upper back, Lower Back/Hip, Core:
Standard
Adjust the setting to suit your preference.
Back massage pressure
display............................ Displays the back pressure
acting on the upper massage
heads.
Tap
Repeat
Skip
EN38
Tapping can be added to an action.
●●Tapping cannot be turned OFF/ON when massaging with only a
tapping action.
The massage action that is currently in operation can be repeated.
●●“REPEAT” may not be valid when the action is being switched.
●●
will flash when an action is being repeated.
Skips the massage action that is currently in operation and goes to the
next action.
●●“SKIP” may not be valid when the action is being switched.
Items that have this mark can be saved and used with your favorite
settings. (Page EN31)
Auto course Manual action
<Back massage intensity display>
Adjustable
level
Current back
massage intensity
○
○
●●Depending on the location, adjustment may
not be possible.
○
○
●●There is no difference between massage
strength for treatments on the “NECK” and
“HIP” using a single “TAP” action.
○
○
●●Depending on the action, the indication in the
display may not match the actual sensation.
●●Treatments using a single “TAP” action on the
“NECK” and “HIP” areas are not displayed.
-
●●Upon pressing the “SKIP” button,
will flash for about 5 seconds and then the
next action will be displayed.
-
Adjusting the
massage strength
during an action
○
-
Stretch action
○
5 levels of back
massage intensity
adjustment in
stretch action
Adjusting the intensity
Maximum 5
levels of intensity
5 levels of intensity
adjustment
adjustment
(the level differs
according to the
action)
Adjusting the
overall massage
strength of a
course
Air action
-
-
○
-
-
○
-
-
○
○
Adjusting the
massage strength
on the back
currently in action
-
○
(Only for Auto
course)
○
(Only for Auto
course)
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EN39
Adjusting the intensity (Continued)
Hip massage
During a hip massage, the seat air bag will lift up your hip and the massage heads will go round your hip to massage. In
addition, by supporting your lower back with the lower back air bag to raise your hip, the massage heads will be able to reach
the muscles of your hip more effectively.
●●The legrest will go up until the top.
●●When your hip are lifted up, your hands and legs may go out of position.
●●Adjust the bulge of the seat air bag with the “HIP height control button” to adjust the contact positions of the massage heads
with the hip.
<Contact Level of the
Massage Heads>
Air bag for the lower
back
Contact position
goes higher
Contact position
goes lower
Seat air bag
■■How to use the “Hip massage” skillfully
There is a bulging area in the center of the seat to make sure
you sit all the way back.
Sit back all the way with your hip in contact with the backrest.
●●The massage heads will not reach the hip adequately if you
do not sit all the way back.
●●If you retract the slide of the sole massage section and bend
your knees, the contact of the massage heads will feel
stronger.
●●When massaging the hip, an air massage will not be carried
out at the same time.
●●Lower the backrest a little if your arms feel tight when your
hip are lifted up.
Seated all the way back
○
Not seated all the way back
×
EN40
“HEAT”
The warm section in the “Heat” massage heads will warm up
the fabric of the massage areas.
“Heat” massage heads
rubber section
●●Heat function cannot be used alone.
●●Sense of warmth differs depending on the room
temperature, clothing, body shape, action, position, and
course; this is not a malfunction.
■■To turn OFF each time
Register “HEAT” as OFF in the memory.
(Page EN31)
“Heat” massage heads
warm section
“Heat” massage heads
warm section
Adjusting the intensity
Timer function
Automatically stops at maximum 19 minutes* from the start of the massage.
* Timer function time setting differs depending on the course.
ㅡㅡAuto courses “SWEDISH”, “DEEP”, “SHIATSU” ... about 19 minutes
ㅡㅡAuto courses “STRETCH”, “NECK/SHOULDER”, “UPPER BACK”, “LOWER BACK/HIP”, “CORE” ... about 16 minutes
ㅡㅡAuto course “QUICK” ... about 10 minutes
ㅡㅡManual action, air action, stretch action... about 16 minutes
After the timer has finished,
●●The legrest will lower so you can stand up safely.
If you have extended the sole massage section slide, it may hit the floor
and not stow completely.
Raise your legs to retract all the way.
●●Backrest does not rise automatically.
●●The massage heads move to their retracted positions.
Press
twice and the backrest will rise.
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EN41
Adjusting the intensity (Continued)
Voice guidance function
This is a function which briefly explains the operation procedures and contents of the action.
Adjust the position of the pillow.
Press the OK button if the position
is OK.
■■Adjusting the volume
Press
to adjust (volume raises/lowers with each press).
Display
Volume
“Off”
“Soft”
The operation sound (beep) and the limit
sound (beep-beep-beep) will be turned off.
“Medium”
(Default setting)
“Loud”
●●Use to register the current volume to the memory course. (Page EN31)
For adjusting the reclining angle and legrest
Press
EN42
to adjust.
●●When holding down the adjustment buttons, chair adjustment will continue
until you hear the limit sound (beep-beep-beep).
●●There may be a slight delay before the legrest starts moving.
●●Armrests will move in conjunction with the reclining of the backrest.
After completing the massage
Return your chair to normal status
Attach the comfort cushion to the backrest.
To exit in the middle of a massage
original position and then press
Adjusting the intensity
After completing the massage
Fully return the sole massage section to the
.
●●The massage head will return to stowed position even with
the legrest down and the backrest up.
Lift your soles
slightly and the
sole massage
section returns.
Turn the power off
1
2
Slide the power switch to the “off ”
position.
2
lock switch
power
open
Turn the lock switch key to the “lock”
position and remove it.
3
Remove the power plug
from the electrical outlet.
4
The lock switch key must be stored
out of the reach of children.
lock
off
on
1
Power switch section
WARNING
⿟⿟After each massage, slide the power switch on the backside
of unit body to the “off” position, turn the lock switch to the
“lock” position and then remove the lock switch key and
power plug.
EN43
Moving the unit
Requires at least 2 persons to lift and move
Lift and move with one person holding the sides of the legrest and one person holding
the backrest cover groove. (Page EN12)
Moving the unit on its castors
Hold the legrest at the sides and move
the unit on its castors.
Hold at the sides
Since the unit is heavy, be careful to
avoid back injuries.
Lifting weight when
moving on castors
Do not hold by the foot part.
The sole massage section might slide,
and injuries may occur.
Approx.
35 kg
(77.2 lbs)
Move slowly
Hold the legrest at the sides
Put the controller and power
cord on the seat
Lift lower than
the hip
There is a risk of scratching the floor. Lay
out a mat, etc.
Castor
■■When you lower the unit
●●Put the unit down slowly and watch your step carefully.
●●Hold the legrest with your hands until it has been set on the floor completely. If you release the legrest too soon, it will
spring back to the initial position.
■■Detaching the armrest
Detaching the armrest makes it easier to move.
① Remove the air plug (Page EN15 Step 3).
② Remove the attachment screws (Page EN14 Step 2-③).
③ Slide armrests to the front and raise with both hands.
EN44
Cleaning and maintenance
Synthetic leather part
Wipe with a soft and dry cloth
●●Never use chemicals such as thinner, benzine, alcohol, etc.
●●When using commercially available leather-care products
(chemical cloth), please follow their instructions.
●●If dirty, please wipe using the following procedure.
①Soak a soft cloth in water or a
3 % - 5 % solution of neutral kitchen
detergent with warm water and
squeeze well.
Neutral kitchen
detergent,
etc.
●●For hard-to-clean soiling, wipe with the same neutral
kitchen detergent solution, etc. but using a commercially
available “sponge of melamine foam material”.
●●Do not rapidly dry off with a dryer, etc.
●●Since color may transfer from clothing to the synthetic
leather part, be careful when using the unit with clothing
such as jeans or colored clothes.
●●Please avoid long time contact with plastic products, etc.,
as they could cause discoloration. If you use hair dressing,
please spread a towel on the parts they may touch.
②Briskly rub the surfaces.
③Finally, rinse the cloth in water and
wring it out, then wipe off all the
detergent.
Water
④Wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
⑤Allow the unit to dry naturally.
Fabric part
①Soak a soft cloth in water or a 3 % - 5 % solution
of neutral kitchen detergent with warm water and
squeeze well.
ㅡㅡNever use chemicals such as thinner, benzine, alcohol,
etc.
②Use water or a neutral kitchen
detergent and brush on areas
where the seat fabric is particularly
soiled.
ㅡㅡBe careful not to brush the fabric too
much to avoid damage.
③Finally, rinse the cloth in water
and wring it out, then wipe off all
the detergent.
ㅡㅡSince color may transfer from clothing to the seat fabric,
be careful when using the unit with clothing such as
jeans or colored clothes.
Plastic area
①Soak a soft cloth in water or a
3 % - 5 % solution of neutral kitchen
detergent with warm water and
squeeze well.
ㅡㅡNever use chemicals such as thinner,
benzine, alcohol, etc.
Moving the unit
Cleaning and maintenance
④Allow the unit to dry naturally.
Water
Neutral kitchen
detergent,
etc.
②Finally, rinse the cloth in water and
wring it out, then wipe off all the
detergent.
Alcohol
Benzine
③Allow the unit to dry naturally.
Thinner
ㅡㅡMake sure to wring tightly before wiping
the controller.
Water
EN45
Q&A
Question
Answer
Before Use
Doctor Consultation
Can I use the unit if I have an
illness that requires regular
medical attention?
Is it possible to massage only
the upper body or legs?
Consult your doctor before using this unit.
Massage is a form of stimulation by tactile pressure in which pressure is
applied to the muscles to relax them and improve blood circulation. This may
exacerbate some illnesses. Be sure to consult a doctor if you have an illness.
(Page EN6)
Yes.
For taller and shorter persons it is recommended to separate massage of the
upper body from that of the legs.
●●Massaging only the upper body
Raise the comfort cushion to expose the
backrest and pillow for use.
For taller persons, please use by reclining the
backrest.
How to use
●●Massaging only the legs
Use the leg & sole massage section with the
comfort cushion on the backrest.
For shorter persons, please use by raising the
backrest and lifting the legrest.
Can people shorter than
140 cm (55.1 in.) or taller than
185 (72.8 in.) cm still use it?
Yes.
The following methods are recommended, as the correct shoulder position may
not be found during body scanning.
<If shorter than 140 cm (55.1 in.)>
Body scanning*
EN46
Place a cushion on the
seat and sit firmly.
<If taller than 185 cm (72.8 in.)>
Recline the backrest
and slide your body
down.
Question
Answer
During Operation
Body scanning*
During body scanning or a
massage, the buttons flashed,
5 short beeps sounded
( , was displayed) and
the action stopped. What
happened?
Massages stop for safety if the body cannot be detected for one of
the following reasons.
●●The user is not sitting.
●●The head and/or back is not touching the backrest.
●●A cushion is placed against the backrest or the user is wearing thick clothing.
•Sit firmly, lean gently back so that your head touches the pillow, press
and then press
to start again.
●●The comfort cushion is not raised.
Back massage intensity
controller may not work
sometimes.
Back massage intensity controller may not work in the following cases.
●●Changing massage operation
(ie changing from “KNEAD” to "SWEDISH")
●●Body scanning
This is intended to prevent the massage suddenly intensifying, it is not a
malfunction.
There is a delay in movement
when adjusting the position.
Upper body
The massage heads may not move immediately depending on
when the POSITION button is pushed. (There may be a small time
lag. This is not an abnormality.)
If you hear the limit sound (beep-beep-beep) when the button is pushed, this
means that it is at the furthest position and cannot move any further.
The height (intensity) on the
left feels different to that on
the right. Is this OK?
It is designed to differ in some cases.
An alternating tapping mechanism is used to create a more natural sensation.
The massage heads therefore do not move in unison in some massages. The
massage head height (intensity) on the left differs from that on the right in these
massages. This is not a malfunction.
The chair is detecting the pressure acting on the massage heads
and changing the massage strength. The massage heads may
move bit by bit depending on the pressure but this is not an
abnormality.
Sole
The sole roller sometimes moves
before the action begins ...
Before the action begins, the sole roller moves into place.
This is not an abnormality.
Air massage
During auto course (including
memory course), air action
and sole roller action may
suddenly stop and transit to
the next operation…
Hand & arm
Arm air pressure is applied
more times on one side than
on the other during the auto
course.
Q&A
The massage heads sometimes
move bit by bit in a twitching
manner. Is this alright?
During auto course, when hip massage or stretch action starts, air
action and sole roller action stops.
This is to increase the efficacy of the hip massage and stretch
action, by prioritizing those air actions connected to the movement
of the massage heads.
Therefore, when getting arm massage alternatetely left and right,
the number of massages on each arm may not be equal.
* Body scanning = action of measuring the body.
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EN47
Q&A (Continued)
Question
Answer
During Operation (Continued)
The angle of the backrest,
legrest or armrest
automatically changes at
times.
The angle automatically changes in the following cases.
●●When auto course, stretch action or manual action are started.
The chair automatically reclines to the massage position.
The angle does not change if the chair is already reclined to the massage
position or further.
Raises
around 75 °
Reclines
around 20 °
Reclining
●●When
is pressed to end the massage.
The chair automatically returns to the upright position.
⿟⿟Only the legrest returns to the original position if the massage is
completed according to the timer.
is pressed to end the massage, all operations immediately stop
⿟⿟If
and the angle does not automatically change.
After Use
Hand & arm
Red marks are left on the
under side of my hands/arms
after a hand & arm massage.
Marks may remain on the hands and arms after use. These
eventually fade and are not a problem.
How to adjust the <Position>
Body scanning*
The correct shoulder position
cannot be found during body
scanning. (The shoulder
position slips each time.)
Correct body scanning may not be possible for some sitting
positions (such as leaning forward).
Adjust the shoulder position using the POSITION button. (Page EN24)
For more correct scanning, sit firmly in the unit and lean back gently so that
your head is touching the pillow (backrest).
* Body scanning = action of measuring the body.
EN48
Question
Answer
How to adjust the <Intensity>
Upper body
The auto course is “not strong
enough even at the strongest
setting...” or is “too strong
even at the weakest setting...”.
Try the following methods.
●●When the auto course is not strong enough even at the strongest setting,
recline the backrest. The extra body weight adds intensity to the massage.
●●When the auto course is too strong even at the weakest setting, place a
piece of fabric or blanket between you and the backrest to decrease the
sensation of the massage heads.
Please sit further in.
When you sit further in, the gap between the backrest and the
hip becomes smaller, making it easier for the massage heads to
contact your body. (Page EN40)
The intensity in the left hand
& arm differs from that in the
right.
Only one hand at a time is strongly massaged so that the massage
can be immediately stopped using the other hand in the event of
an abnormality or danger.
I hardly feel any difference in
intensity in the sole roller even
after adjustment ...
The sole roller intensity is adjusted by the strength of the foot
side air pressure holding the soles. Therefore, depending on the
operating pattern, intensity difference may not be felt.
Sole roller is too intense even
at the gentlest setting ...
Try the following method.
Slightly lower the sole massage section so that the heel is raised
above it, which will weaken the effect of the roller.
Hip
The hip massage is weak ...
Hand & arm
Sole
Other
Tighten the controller holder fixing screw.
●●If the controller holder comes off, loosen the controller holder fixing screw,
place the holder in and tighten the fixing screw again.
Q&A
The controller holder is
unsteady.
Controller
Controller holder
Controller holder fixing screw
Noise
The noise grows louder after
using the chair for a long time.
This may be a malfunction. Contact the nearest authorized service
center for an inspection and repair.
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EN49
Q&A (Continued)
Question
Answer
Other (Continued)
Timer function
Is there a timer function?
Yes.
To prevent overuse, the massage automatically ends at a maximum of 19
minutes after starting. (Page EN41)
When the timer ends, the legrest automatically lowers and the massage heads
are stowed.
Press
to use again.
●●Take a break of around 10 minutes after using for 16 minutes.
●●Do not use more than 30 minutes per day.
What precautions should
I take to transport the unit
when moving?
Take the following precautions:
●●Recline the backrest and raise the massage heads to around the center of
the backrest. This moves the center of gravity to the center of the unit and
makes it easier to move.
●●Do not move the chair while a person is sitting in it.
①Press
to turn on the power.
②Press
to recline the backrest.
Hold down the two buttons until the limit beeps
sound.
③Select one of the “auto course” with the
Moving
power “on”.
⿟⿟The massage heads move. An error occurs and
the movement stops when they reach the center
of the backrest.
④Press
Massage
heads
to turn off the power.
⿟⿟Pressing
automatically raises the backrest, so be sure to press
⑤Turn the power switch “off” and remove the power plug.
(Page EN43)
If you need to move the chair with the backrest upright, follow the steps below.
1. Follow steps ①→③→④ above and raise the massage heads to the center.
2. Press
on the controller again, raise the backrest, then press
.
●●Handle the chair with care. If you do not have the original box, use packing
materials to prevent damage or vibration.
●●When packing, check that the power cord and controller cord are not
wrapped around the main unit and take measures such as placing them on
the seat with the controller to ensure that they do not scrape against the
ground while moving.
EN50
.
Troubleshooting
Investigate the “Problem” and apply the “Remedy” below.
If the problem still exists after following the remedy, contact an authorized service center.
Problem
Cause and Remedy
The action stops mid-way.
If excessive force is applied to the massage heads during operation, in
the interests of safety the action may stop.
→→Turn off the power switch, wait for approximately 10 seconds and then turn the
power switch on again.
The seat cannot be reclined and
the legrest cannot be lowered.
All the displays and
buttons on the controller
flash and then turn off.
If the unit encounters an obstacle or if excessive force is exerted on it
during operation, in the interests of safety the unit will come to a stop.
The massage heads do not
come up to the shoulder or
neck.
If your head does not contact the pillow or your back does not contact
the backrest, the shoulder position may be detected as lower than the
actual position during the body scanning.
(
)
→→When all displays and buttons are flashing and the backrest or the legrest has
stopped, turn off the power of the unit once, turn “on” the power again after
approximately 10 seconds, and then operate the unit.
→→Sit on the seat in the deepest position and put your head on the pillow, and then
repeat the operations again from the start.
(Page EN24)
The height of the left and right
massage heads is different.
An alternating tapping method is employed, which means that this
phenomenon will naturally occur. There is nothing wrong with the unit.
“Heat” massage heads do not
get warm.
(Page EN47)
is set to Off.
Sense of warmth from the massage heads differs depending on your
body shape, the massage body part, massage action, clothing, and
room temperature.
Because of the structure of the heater, the “HEAT” massage heads will
feel warm for a while after heating due to the residual heat.
Reclining does not take place
even though a massage is
started in automatic course.
Automatic reclining will not activate when the backrest is reclined to flat
position more than massage position and legrest is in upper position.
The backrest does not return
to the upright position.
If the unit is stopped by automatic shut-off or by pressing
return automatically.
seat does not
( The
automatically recline. )
Continuing to massage the same area even after turning off the “HEAT”
switch may increase the temperature felt.
Q&A
Troubleshooting
The “HEAT” massage heads
do not cool down even after
being turned off.
(Page EN48)
→→To return from the reclined position to the original position, press
, it will not
twice.
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EN51
Troubleshooting (Continued)
Problem
The unit will not operate at all.
Cause and Remedy
The power plug has been disconnected. (Page EN13)
Power switch on the rear panel is set to “off”.
The child lock has been applied.
(Page EN23)
An auto selection button or manual selection button hasn’t been
pressed after pressing
.
It is not possible to massage
hands and arms.
The air plug on the armrest is disconnected.
Sometimes the power won’t
Due to shutdown (Approximately 5 seconds)
(Page EN15)
may not be accepted.
is pressed
turn on when
again when a massage has
→→Wait at least 5 seconds once all movement has stopped before pressing
finished.
The child lock has been applied.
The unit has been damaged.
→→To prevent accidents, be sure to contact an authorized service center.
.
(Page EN23)
The power cord or power plug
is abnormally hot.
Error display
Remaining time display
<Example of error display>
●●For the error “U10”
,
Error display
will flash alternately.
Contents
For safety reasons, action will terminate automatically when it cannot detect if
someone is seated. If this error occurs even if you are seated, press
, sit back
all the way to the backrest, and operate from the start again.
~
There is a malfunction inside the massage device.
Stop using and ask your dealer to inspect and repair the chair.
(Service and maintenance will be carried out smoother if the error number is
communicated when contacting.)
Please contact an authorized service center. (See the warranty card for the contact number.)
Service and maintenance will be carried out smoother if the error number is communicated when contacting.
EN52
Sounds and sensations of the unit
The following sounds and sensations occur while using the
unit. However, they occur due to the construction of the unit
and are perfectly normal.
From each air massage unit (see page EN10 for the position of each air massage unit)
“Snapping” sound
Sound of air bag during air action
“Popping”, “Clunking” sounds
Sounds and feels like the massage heads are straining to get
over wrinkles in the cloth
“Rattle”, “Squeak”, “Rustle” sounds
Operating sounds of the kneading or tapping actions
“Creaking” sound
Creaking sound when the massage heads are in operation
“Rattle”, “Jerk” sounds
Operating sounds when the massage heads move up or down
“Rumble” sound
Sound of the belt rotating
Motor sounds
Motor sounds when air pressure is applied
“Clunking”, “Jerking” sounds
Sounds when the massage heads change from “push” to “pull”
“Rubbing” sound
Rubbing sound of the massage heads on the seat fabric
“Grating” sound
Sound when sitting
down
“Grating” sound
Sound of the comfort cushion moving over
the armrest when the seat is reclining
Grating sound in the backrest and armrest
“Clunking” sound
Clunking sound during leg stretch operation
“Popping”, “Clunking” sounds
Sounds and feels like the sole roller is straining to get over
wrinkles in the cloth
“Creaking” sound
Creaking sound when the sole roller is in operation
Motor sounds
Motor sounds when air pressure is applied
Motor sounds
Motor sound
“Whoosh”, “Hiss” sounds
Troubleshooting/Error display
Sounds and sensations of the unit
“Grating” sound
Sound of discharging air
Pump sounds
Sounds of the pump beneath the seat
“Thudding”, “Jerking” sounds
Sounds of the valve beneath the seat
“Clunking”, “Jerking” sounds
Sound when the sole roller changes between “forward” and
“reverse”
“Grating”, “Grinding” sounds
Rubbing sound of the sole roller on fabric
If these sounds have grown louder, there may be a malfunction.
●●Contact the nearest authorized service center for inspection and repair.
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Specifications
Power supply
AC 120 V 60 Hz
Rated Current
3.0 A
Upper body massage
Massage area
(Up-Down)
Approx. 79 cm (31.1 in.) (The massage heads move a total of approx. 63 cm (24.8 in.))
Massage area
(Left-Right)
Distance between massage heads during operation (including width of massage heads)
Neck, shoulder, back: Approx. 7 cm – 21 cm (2.8 in. – 8.3 in.)
Lower back/hip: Approx. 7 cm – 25 cm (2.8 in. – 9.8 in.)
Distance between massage heads (including width of massage heads) during back roll
and up-and-down movement: Approx. 7 cm – 18 cm (2.8 in. – 7.1 in.)
Massage area
(Forward-Back)
Projected range of massage head travel (intensity adjustment): Approx. 10 cm (3.9 in.).
Massage speed
Knead: From approx. 4 times/min – approx. 73 times/min
Tap: From approx. 190 times/min – approx. 520 times/min (one side)
Moving speed: From approx. 1 cm/sec – approx. 5 cm/sec
Air massage
Air pressure
(Calf)
Sole massage
section
Massage speed
Reclining angle
Automatic shut - off
3: Approx. 35 kPa
2: Approx. 32 kPa
1: Approx. 17 kPa
(May vary with the area slightly.)
From approx. 8 times/min – approx. 21 times/min
Backrest: Approx. 120 ° – 170 °
Legrest (Leg & sole massage section): Approx. 5 ° – 85 °
Around 19 minutes (automatically ends)
Dimensions
When not reclined
(H × W × D)
Approx. 115 cm × 90 cm × 130 cm (45.3 in. × 35.4 in. × 51.2 in.)
When reclined
(H × W × D)
Approx. 72 cm × 90 cm × 200 cm (28.3 in. × 35.4 in. × 78.7 in.)
Weight of unit
Dimensions of box
(H × W × D)
Weight in box
Maximum user weight
Approx. 87 kg (191.8 lbs)
Approx. 77 cm × 75 cm × 170 cm (30.3 in. × 29.5 in. × 66.9 in.)
Approx. 108 kg (238.1 lbs)
120 kg (264.3 lbs)
For persons weighing 100 kg (220.3 lbs) or more, the product operations may make more noise and the fabric cover may wear
faster.
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