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POWER
LIFT
CHAIRS
THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
CONTENTS
I.
INTRODUCTION ________________________________ 4
II.
SAFETY ________________________________________ 5
III.
YOUR THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR____________ 8
IV.
ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY ________________________ 10
V.
OPERATION ____________________________________ 12
VI. BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING _______________________14
VII. CARE AND MAINTENANCE _______________________15
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
INTRODUCTION
SAFETY NOTICE
All Therapedic® Power Lift Chairs provide for state-of-the-art
features and components to provide safety, ultimate comfort and
longevity with proper care. Before using your new Therapedic®
Power Lift Chair for the first time, it is important to know and understand all information contained in this manual. If there are any
parts that are not understood, please call your authorized
Therapedic® Dealer. Failure to follow warnings, instructions and
notes in this manual can result in personal injury, or product
damage voiding the product warranty.
PURCHASER'S AGREEMENT
Upon acceptance of delivery of this product, you promise that you
will not change, alter, or modify this product or remove or render
inoperable or unsafe any guards, shields, or other safety features of
this product; fail, refuse, or neglect to install any retrofit kits from
time to time provided to enhance or preserve the safe use of this
product.
SHIPPING AND DELIVERY
Before using your lift chair for the first time, please be sure your
delivery is complete as some components may be individually packaged. If you do not receive a complete delivery, please contact
your authorized provider or dealer immediately. Where damage
has occurred during transport, either to the packaging or content,
please contact the delivery company responsible.
MOTOR VEHICLE TRANSPORT
Use precautions to properly secure your product If you will be transporting your lift chair in a motor vehicle, individual components
(external transformer, etc.) should be secured against slipping. The
lift chair itself must also be secured against slipping (a possible
hazard during vehicle braking).
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
SAFETY GUIDELINES
Please take a minute to review the important safety symbols below
that will appear throughout this manual. Read and understand completely for safe operation of your new Therapedic® Power Lift Chair.
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potentially
hazardous
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Address:
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MANDATORY! These actions should be performed as
specified. Failure to perform mandatory actions can
cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. On
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Purchase Date:
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PROHIBITED! These actions are prohibited. These
actions should not be performed at anytime or in any
circumstances. Performing a prohibited action can
cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. On
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
SAFETY GUIDELINES
THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR SAFETY SYMBOLS
The symbols below represent labels used on the Therapedic® Power Lift
Chair to identify warnings, mandatory actions, and prohibited actions. It is
very important for you to read and understand these symbols completely. Do
not remove these labels from your product. Please note that not all of the
symbols may be used on your lift chair model.
Removal of grounding prong can create electrical hazard. If
necessary, properly install an approved 3-pronged adapter to
an electrical outlet having 2-pronged plug access.
9V
Pinch/Crush Points Hazard! Do not place objects or appendages in the path of moving parts.
Battery door location.
Do not place objects under lift chair. Make sure area is clear of
obstructions, including pets and small children, during operation.
Electrical Hazard!!!
Do not place objects under the footrest when lift chair is in fully
reclined position. Make sure area is clear of obstructions,
including pets and small children, during operation.
This product has been tested and complies to IEC 60601-1-2.
Read and follow the information in the owner’s manual.
Do not cover or place the external transformer under the chair.
Keep in an open, well-ventilated area free from foreign material
and away from possible pinch points.
Maximum allowable weight capacity
Class II Equipment
Do not connect an extension cord to the AC/DC converter or
the battery charger.
Indoor Use Only. Avoid exposure to rain, snow, ice, salt, or
standing water. Maintain and store in a clean and dry
environment.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
SAFETY GUIDELINES
MODIFICATIONS
DO NOT not modify, add, remove, or disable any feature, part, or
function of your Therapedic® Power Lift Chair. Unauthorized modifications may lead to personal injury and/or product damage and may
also void your product’s warranty.
Degree of protection against electric shock.
Properly dispose of all electronic components, including the external transformer, hand control, batteries, actuator motors, and
wiring. Contact your authorized Therapedic® Power Lift Chair
dealer or provider for more information.
NOTE: Use genuine factory replacements parts only for all repairs
and replacements. Genuine Therapedic® Power Lift Chair parts can
be obtained from your authorized Therapedic® dealer / provider, or
by calling 704-584-7710.
Green LED on transformer indicates power to the unit is on. Not
applicable to all models.
WEIGHT LIMITATIONS
Your lift chair is rated for a maximum weight capacity. Please refer to
the specifications table for this limit.
MANDATORY! Read and follow the information provided in this
owner’s manual before attempting to operate your Therapedic®
Power Lift Chair for the first time.
MANDATORY! Stay within the specified weight capacity
of your lift chair. Your provider will not be held responsible for injuries and/or product damage resulting from
failure to observe weight limitations.
Please recognize there will be certain situations, including some
medical conditions, that will require practice operating the lift chair
in the presence of a trained attendant. A trained attendant may be a
family member or health care professional specially trained in assisting you with performing various daily living activities while safely
operating a Therapedic® Power Lift Chair.
The scissor and lift mechanisms are labeled to show pinch/crush point
hazards on your Therapedic® Power Lift Chair. Keep clear of these
areas and make sure the path of motion is unobstructed. See Figure
3.1 for pinch/crush point locations.
Below are some precautions, tips, and other safety considerations
that will help you become familiar with operating the lift chair safely.
WARNING! Do not place objects or appendages in the
path of ANY moving parts.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
SAFETY GUIDELINES
DEGREE OF PROTECTION/MODE OF OPERATION
• Class II equipment/Type B protection against electric shock
• Degree of protection against the ingress of solid/liquids—IPX0
• Mode of operation—Maximum Duty Cycle: 2 min. ON/18 min.
OFF
Every electrically-powered device has an immunity (or resistance) to
EMI. The higher the immunity level, the greater the protection against
EMI. Per EMC standards, this product has passed immunity testing
and is rated as a Group 1, Class B product, meaning the lift chair
uses RF energy only for its internal function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in
nearby electronic equipment, making the lift chair suitable for use in
all establishments, including domestic establishments and hospitals.
STORAGE AND OPERATION
• Temperatures Transportation or storage:
-104°F/-75°C to 158°F/70°C
• Operation: 50°F/10°C to 104°F/40°C
WARNING! Be aware that cell phones, two-way radios,
laptops, and other types of radio transmitters may
cause unintended movement of your electricallypowered device due to EMI. Exercise caution when
using any of these items while operating your
Therapedic® Power Lift Chair.
Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Interference (EMI/RFI)
WARNING! Laboratory tests have shown that electromagnetic and radio frequency waves can have an
adverse effect on the performance of electricallypowered devices, such as lift chairs.
WARNING! The addition of accessories or components
to the lift chair can increase the susceptibility of the chair
to EMI. Do not modify your lift chair in any way not
authorized by your provider.
Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Interference can come from
sources such as cellular phones,mobile two-way radios (such as
walkie-talkies), radio stations, TV stations, amateur radio (HAM)
transmitters, wireless computer links, microwave signals, paging
transmitters, and medium-range mobile transceivers used by emergency vehicles. In some cases, these waves can cause unintended
movement or damage to the control system of electrically-powered
devices. The Therapedic® Power Lift Chair user can help prevent
electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance
between portable and mobile RF communications equipment. It is
recommended that at least 9 feet (3 meters) of distance be maintained between the lift chair and any handheld equipment emitting
10 W or more of output power. Refer to the manufacturer’s literature
for the handheld device to determine the maximum output of that
device.
WARNING! Your lift chair itself can disturb the performance of other electrical devices located nearby, such
as alarm systems.
NOTE: If unintended motion occurs, discontinue use of the lift chair.
Contact your authorized provider to report the incident.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
ABOUT YOUR LIFT CHAIR
BODY COMPONENTS
Lift chairs are equipped with several frame and electrical components.
Typically, frame (or body) components include a removable back
pad*, removable chaise pad*, footrest, leg levelers, a lift mechanism,
and scissor mechanisms. The electrical components include the external transformer, hand control, and batteries(not included). Refer to
Figure 3.1 and note that the illustrations and options listed may not
reflect the type of lift chair that you own.
SCISSOR MECHANISMS (PINCH POINT): Extend
or retract to take the chair through the various
stages of recline. See pinch point warning for more
information.
HAND CONTROL: Contains the
controls needed to operate the
various functions of the lift chair.
Refer to the Hand Control Quick
Reference Guide for more information on hand control options.
QUICK-RELEASE CONNECTOR:
Enables the user to detach the hand
control from the lift chair.
Figure 3.1 Lift Chair Main Components
EXTERNAL TRANSFORMER, POWER CORD:
Connects to a standard electrical outlet to provide
power to the lift chair; may be equipped with an
LED which will show green to indicate power to the
transformer. Refer to the optional wall mounting
diagram.
BATTERIES (NOT INCLUDED):
Provide the power needed to return
the lift chair to an upright or
semi-upright position in the event of a
power failure. Must be installed in
the external transformer if equipped
with battery backup.
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LIFT MECHANISM (PINCH
POINT):Responds to the
hand control commands to
position the chair in the sit
and stand positions. See
pinch point warning for more
information.
LEG LEVELERS (4): Manually
rotate up or down to stabilize
the chair before use.
THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
ABOUT YOUR LIFT CHAIR
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
WARNING! Pinch/Crush Points Hazard! Be aware that
the lift mechanism and scissor mechanisms are a pinch
Your lift chair is equipped with a low voltage DC electrical system that
point on the lift chair. Keep the following items and similar
reduces the standard household alternating current of 100V AC -
objects clear of these points when operating the lift chair:
240V AC to direct current (24/39V DC). The electrical components
include the external transformer, batteries (not included), and hand
• appendages
control. Keep these areas free from moisture at all times.
• small children
• pets
WARNING! Keep all electrical components free
• wires
electrical hazard.
from moisture at all times to prevent shock and/or
• oxygen tubes
BATTERIES:
• loose items, including but not limited to clothing and blankets
Provide the power needed to return the lift chair to an upright or semi-
• electrical power cords
upright position in the event of a power failure. For those models
equipped with a battery backup system, the batteries (not included)
must
be
installed
into
“Assembly/Disassembly.”
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the
external
transformer.
See
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY
Your lift chair will require some light assembly before initial use. It may
1. Check that the locking clip on the back of the chair is in the vertical
also require disassembly to make servicing the chair more convenient.
position. Reposition if necessary.
LIFT CHAIR SETUP
2. Position the hand control and cable over the chair base, then slide
All Therapedic® Power Lift Chair models are shipped with the backs
the back onto the base. (KD clips may be located on either side of
off unless setup by your dealer or provider. Please see instructions
the lift chair.)
below diagram.
NOTE: Depending on chair width, it may be necessary to slide on
one side of the back at a time. If this is the case, level the chairback before pressing down to lock into position.
Figure S.2 Chair Assembly
CORRECT
INCORRECT
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
ASSEMBLY/DISASSEMBLY
BACKUP BATTERY INSTALLATION
Your Therapedic lift chair comes equipped with a battery backup
system that will activate during a power failure. The backup system is
powered by two 9V batteries (not included) that need to be installed
into the external transformer. Follow these steps to install the batteries:
1. Unplug the external transformer power cord from the electrical outlet.
2. Open the marked battery door on the external transformer.
3. Install two 9V Alkaline batteries into the external transformer (Fig. S.3).
4. Replace the battery door.
NOTE: Always make sure the external transformer is equipped with two
fresh 9V batteries, since the battery backup system does not recharge
itself. Fresh batteries are defined as 9V alkaline batteries that are
replaced every time the battery backup system is activated during a
power failure, or once a year if the battery backup system has not been
activated.
NOTE: If the lift chair is not in use for an extended period of time (more
than one hour), remove the batteries from the external transformer. The
lift chair will draw power from the batteries even when it is not in use.
PLACEMENT OF YOUR THERAPEDIC LIFT CHAIR
Placement of your lift chair should be near a convenient electrical outlet and
on a level surface. (NEVER USE EXTENSION CORDS UNLESS CONNECTED
TO A UL COMPLIANT POWER BAR WITH AUTOMATIC CIRCUIT BREAKERS)
NOTE: If there are any problems discovered during this process, STOP
IMMEDIATELY and contact your authorized Therapedic® Power Lift Chair
dealer/provider. To avoid personal injury, or product damage, do not
plug the unit into an electrical outlet until the problem is resolved. Electrical problems should only be addressed by qualified service technicians.
Lift chairs are heavy. We recommend that at least two people position
your chair in order to avoid injury when lifting. Follow these steps to locate
your chair in a safe manner:
1. Place the back of the chair approximately 30 inches (76 cm) from
the nearest obstruction or wall with the chair in the seated position.
This distance is approximate and may vary by model number.
2. Adjust the leg levers if necessary as shown in figure S.2
3. Install (2) AA Alkaline Batteries into the transformer battery
compartment. (Batteries not included)
BATTERY
DOOR
4. Place the external transformer on the floor clear of any potential
obstructions in an open, well ventilated area. The unit may also
be wall-mounted. (See Figure 4.1 Transformer)
5. Position the low voltage connection cable in a manner that it will
not be pinched when the chair is in motion.
6. Connect the low-voltage cable to the external cable. The fittings
are unique to avoid making any incorrect connections
7. Plug the cord from the external transformer directly into a nearby
electrical outlet NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD!
EXTERNAL TRANSFORMER
(TOP AND BOTTOM VIEW)
POWER
CORD
Figure S.3 Lift Chair Battery Backup Location
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
OPERATIONS
• Avoid pinch points, such as the lift and scissor mechanisms. Keep
hands and feet clear of these areas. Always leave the lift chair in
an upright and closed position when not in use.
OPERATION PRECAUTIONS
Please use the following precautions during the operation of your lift
chair. Read and follow these precautions carefully in order to ensure
safe lift chair operation and to prevent injury and/or product damage.
• NEVER sit or stand on the footrest.
• Plug the power cord directly into a nearby electrical outlet. NEVER
use an extension cord!
• NEVER “drop” into the lift chair when sitting if it is in a partially
raised position. This can result in permanent damage to the chair.
• Do not place anything on top of or near the external transformer,
especially anything containing beverages.
PROHIBITED! Do not place objects under the lift chair.
Make sure area is clear of obstructions, including pets and
small children, while in operation.
• When the external transformer box or hand control requires
cleaning, unplug the power cord from the electrical outlet and use
a clean, dry cloth or lightly dampened cloth. Allow time to become
completely dry before plugging the power cord back into the
electrical outlet.
WARNING! Prevent the risk of electrical shock, fire, falls,
and/or being pinched. Follow all instructions and precautions provided.
WARNING! Prevent potential equipment damage! DO
NOT PLACE THE EXTERNAL TRANSFORMER UNDER THE LIFT CHAIR.
WARNING! Do not cover the external transformer. Keep
the transformer in an open, well-ventilated area free from
foreign material/debris to ensure proper operation.
• Periodically check the hand control and all power cords for visible
damage. Keep the hand control and transformer away from all
heated surfaces.
HAND CONTROL OPERATION
The Hand Control that comes with every Therapedic Lift Chair is
designed for simplicity, convenience and long life. Please refer to the
Hand Control Guide for additional information.
• Ensure the hand control is out of the way before sitting in the chair.
• Keep children and pets away from all moving parts when operating
the lift chair.
WARNING! NEVER lean on or apply downward force to the
chair-back when the lift chair is in the fully reclined position.
Doing so may cause the lift chair to tip, resulting in personal
injury and/or product damage.
• Do not allow children to play on or operate the lift chair. Only the
intended user should operate the lift chair.
WARNING! NEVER use the footrest as a seat, or for purposes
outside its intended use. Doing so could cause instability in
the lift chair and place undue stress on lift chair components,
resulting in personal injury and/or product damage.
• Keep the hand control locked or utilize the quick-disconnect feature
on the standard hand control when the Therapedic® Power Lift
Chair is not in use to prevent unintended operation of the chair.
WARNING! Be sure to lock or disconnect the hand control
when the lift chair is not in use.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
OPERATIONS
Follow these simple steps to properly sit in your chair:
1. Make sure that the Therapedic® Power LIft Chair is in the standing position.
2. Back into the chair and sit in the center of the seat.
3. Press the DOWN button (switch) to lower the lift chair to a comfortable seated position.
Follow these simple steps to operate your lift chair from the seated position:
1. Activate the UP button (switch) to raise your lift chair to the standing position.
2. Activate the DOWN button (switch) to lower the lift chair to a seated position.
Follow these simple steps to recline your lift chair from the seated position:
1. Press and hold the DOWN button (switch) until reclined.
2. Press and hold the UP button (switch) to return to an upright, seated position.
Release the button(switch) when the chair reaches a comfortable seated position.
Follow these simple steps to properly stand up from your chair:
1. Press and hold the UP button (switch) to raise your lift chair.
2. Release the button (switch) when the chair reaches a height where you can stand up.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
TROUBLESHOOTING AND FAQ
On occasion, your lift chair may require troubleshooting. The following
troubleshooting tips and FAQs should summarize what you need to know
about your lift chair. If at any time you do not feel comfortable performing the troubleshooting steps listed in this manual, contact your authorized provider or Therapedic® Power Lift Chair dealer for service. Please
have the model number, serial number, and nature of the problem when
calling.
motor to cool, then resume normal operation. If you notice the
motor/motors overheating frequently, contact your authorized
provider as soon as possible.
• There may have been a power failure and/or there are no batteries in
the external transformer or the batteries have no charge. Always make
sure there are fresh 9V Alkaline batteries in the external transformer if
equipped with battery backup.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
• Check the circuit breaker box connected to the electrical outlet to
ensure the outlet is receiving power.
What if my chair does not operate at all?
• Make sure the external transformer is plugged into a properly wired
electrical outlet.
What if my chair is rocking from corner to corner after I position the chair?
The floor may be uneven or the carpet may be affecting chair position.
A simple adjustment at the leg levelers in the area where the chair is
rocking will stabilize the chair. See Ill. "Your Lift Chair" for instructions
on leveling your chair.
• Check the circuit breaker box connected to the electrical outlet to
ensure the outlet is receiving power.
• Ensure the low voltage connection cable is plugged into the external
transformer.
Where can I place the external transformer box?
• On the floor away from heat sources in an open, well-ventilated area
where there will not be any obstructions.
• Ensure that all cables are connected properly.
• On the wall away from heat sources utilizing the optional external
transformer wall mount. Refer to the Wall Mount Diagram Product
Insert provided with your lift chair.
What if my lift chair operates in one direction only?
• Check the up and down buttons or toggle switch on the hand control
to make sure they do not stick. If the buttons or switch are sticking in
either position, the hand control may need to be replaced or cleaned.
Disconnect the hand set and clean with a damp cloth.
Allow to completely dry before reconnecting.
Where do I find the Serial Number on my lift chair?
You can find the serial number in two locations-one is near the rear of
the motor on the steel mechanism, the second is attached to the frame
below the scissor mechanisms. The model number for your lift chair is
printed below the serial number bar code.
• Contact your authorized provider or dealer for further assistance.
What if my lift chair stops during a lifting cycle?
• Your lift chair is equipped with an internal thermal safety shutoff switch
located inside the external transformer that prevents the motor control
box from overheating. If the thermal shutoff activates, allow the lift
Who do I call for service?
Contact your authorized provider or dealer for service.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Your Therapedic® Power Lift Chair will require routine maintenance
checks. You can perform many of these checks, but others may require
assistance from your authorized provider or dealer. Your new Therapedic lift chair will provide you with years of trouble free service by
simply following a few easy steps in this guide.
ELECTRONICS CARE
• Regularly inspect all wiring harnesses to make sure they are not
damaged or frayed.
• If damage is present, unplug the lift chair and contact your
authorized provider at once.
FABRIC CARE
Visually inspect your fabric on a regular basis to look for any pulls or
tears. All Therapedic® Power Lift Chairs are covered with high quality
nationally recognized fabric producers. Check with your authorized
provider or dealer for the correct cleaning code and follow all instructions.
Avoid leaving your chair in direct sunlight for prolonged periods of time.
• Keep all electronics free from moisture and temperature extremes.
Warranty is limited to indoor residential use.
WARNING! Even though the lift chair has passed the
necessary testing requirements or ingress of liquids, you
should keep electrical connections away from sources of
dampness,including direct exposure to water or bodily
fluids and incontinence. Check electrical components
frequently for signs of corrosion and replace as necessary.
WARNING! Never allow fabric to come in direct contact
with any type of heat source (e.g., a space heater or
cigarette). Personal injury or fire damage may occur.
WARNING! Your provider strongly recommends that
you do not smoke cigarettes while seated in or using
your lift chair, although the lift chair has passed the
necessary testing requirements for cigarette smoking.
You must adhere to the following safety guidelines if
you decide to smoke cigarettes while seated in or
using your lift chair.
DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING
Your lift chair must be disposed of according to applicable local and
national statutory regulations. Contact your local waste disposal
agency or authorized provider/dealer for information on proper
disposal of lift chair packaging, metal frame components, fabric,
electronic components, and batteries.
• NEVER leave lit cigarettes unattended.
• Keep ashtrays a safe distance from the lift chair.
• Always make sure cigarettes are completely
WARNING! Plastic bags are a suffocation hazard.
Dispose of plastic bags properly and do not allow
children to play with them.
extinguished before disposal.
NOTE: Do not use solvent-type cleaners to spot clean. Do not saturate
the fabric. Prevent damage to the fabric; do not expose the lift chair to
direct sunlight.
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
HAND CONTROL REFERENCE GUIDE
RECLINE BUTTON
Press and hold to
lower lift chair to seated
or reclined position.
BOUTON VERS
LE BAS
BOTÓN ABAJO
Pulse y mantenga pulsado
para bajar el sillón a la
posición de sentado
o reclinado.
LIFT
BUTTON
Press and hold to
raise lift chair to seated
or standing position.
Appuyer et maintenir pour
abaisser le fauteuil
auto-souleveur à la position
assise ou inclinée.
BOTÓN ARRIBA
Pulse y mantenga pulsado
para elevar el sillón a la
posición de sentado
o de pie.
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BOUTON VERS
LE HAUT
Appuyer et maintenir pour
élever le fauteuil auto-souleveur
à la position assise ou
debout.
THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
HAND CONTROL REFERENCE GUIDE
ON/OFF HEAT FUNCTION
ON/OFF MASSAGE FUNCTION
SET CYCLE TIME
POSITIONS FOR MASSAGE M1 - M5
POSITION
M1
M5
HEAT
ON
OFF
TIME
M2
LIFT
M4
RECLINE
M3
UP
DOWN
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
HAND CONTROL REFERENCE GUIDE
ON/OFF HEAT FUNCTION
ON/OFF MASSAGE FUNCTION
SET CYCLE TIME
POSITIONS FOR MASSAGE M1 - M5
POSITION
M1
M5
HEAT
ON
OFF
TIME
M2
LIFT
M4
RECLINE
M3
UP
INDIVIDUAL BACK AND FOOTREST CONTROLS
DOWN
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
TRANSFORMER DIAGRAM
Figure 4.1 Transformer
9V 6LR61
Power Light
DC Power
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
NOTES
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THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR
REGISTRATION
YOUR THERAPEDIC® POWER LIFT CHAIR HAS UNDERGONE
AN EXTENSIVE INSPECTION PROCEDURE TO ENSURE YOUR
TOTAL SATISFACTION.
£
TAILORING & WORKMANSHIP
£
APPEARANCE & COMFORT
£
PERFORMANCE TESTED
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DATE INSPECTED
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INSPECTOR
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COPPER RIVER HOME, LLC
219 WILLIAMSON ROAD SUITE 2204
MOORESVILLE, NC 28117
1-888-578-8710
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