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Panasonic EP1060G2 Operating Instructions
EP1060/EP1260
MASSAGE LOUNGER
EP1260
EP1060
Instruction Manual
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
SEAT
CONTROLLER
Cover Closed
Cover Open
Back Cushion Zip
ON/OFF Button
Stop Button
Backrest
• Used to stop the massage
immediately.
ON/OFF Lamp
Back Cushion
Shoulder Position
Adjustment Button
neck roller position
reclining
Reclining Button
neck roller position
reclining
• Used to adjust the angle of
the backrest and legrest.
• Used to adjust the shoulder
position.
Controller
Center Cushion with
Integrated Pillow
Shoulder Position Indicator
• Push up the center cushion for a
stronger massage if the massage
feels too weak.
Movement Indicator
programmed
operation
/
manual
operation
• Displays operational mode.
programmed operation
Controller Pocket
Programmed Operation Buttons
strong
programmed
operation
/
manual
operation
manual operation
gentle
shiatsu
swedish
knead
vibration
tap A
tap B
whole back
Seat
Concentrated Area Buttons
Armrest
neck, shoulder
lower back
vibration on/off
tap on/off
Manual Operation
Selection Buttons
• Used for selecting the area to
for concentrated massage.
Legrest
Vibration ON/OFF Button
• Used in Programmed
Operation.
whole back
regional
Tapping ON/OFF Button
• Used in Programmed
Operation.
intensity
Intensity Indicator
roll
intensity
position
Cover
Intensity Adjustment Button
• Used to adjust the intensity of
the massage (3-stage).
EP1060
gentle
strong
leg massage
gentle
Massage Head
Adjustment Buttons
strong
leg massage
Leg Massage Button
• Used to turn on/off and adjust
the leg vibration massage
unit.
EP1260
Controller
Back Cover
Back Cover Handles
Power Switch
on
Safety Precaution Label
off
lock
open
lock switch
Wheels
Power Cord
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SETTING UP THE MASSAGE LOUNGER
HOW TO USE THE MASSAGE LOUNGER — INTRODUCTION
WHERE TO USE THE UNIT
CAUTION
• Here you will find an overview of how to use the massage lounger. Please refer to the pages shown for further details.
1. After Carrying Out Safety Checks, Turn the Unit On (See Page 36)
• Do not use the unit in areas with high humidity, such
as the bathroom, etc. as this can lead to electric
shock or other accidents.
• Place the unit on a totally flat surface. Failure to do
so may result in the seat tipping over.
z Plug the power plug into the power socket.
x Turn the lock switch to the “open” position.
c Turn on the power switch on the back of the unit.
40cm
40cm
30cm
Ensure there is Adequate Space for Reclining
• Ensure that there is approximately 40cm behind and at least
40cm in front of the unit.
on
• Please always check for the following before using the unit.
- Check that there are no person, pets, or obstacles around the unit.
- Check that there are no rips in the fabric.
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off
lock
open
2
2. Press the
button.
lock switch
• When you press the
button, the Programmed Operation and Leg Massage
Buttons will flash. If the cover of the controller is open, then the Manual Operation Selection Buttons will flash.
Places to Avoid
• Do not use the unit in direct sunlight or in places where it will
be exposed to high temperatures, such as in front of a heater,
etc., as this can cause discoloration or hardening of the
synthetic leather.
3. Select the Desired Program or the Desired Movement on the Manual Operation
Programmed Operation
• Ideal for people who feel tired all over.
• Ideal for people who want to operate the massage lounger simply.
z Select the required program.
x Press the Neck/Shoulder or Lower Back Buttons if you want to focus on a particular area.
c The chair will recline to the optimum angle for the massage. The massage will then begin
and continue until the end of the selected program is reached, at which time the massage
will automatically stop.
Avoid Damaging Your Floor
• As there is the possibility that the unit may damage your floor,
we suggest that you place it on a mat, etc., which will also help
to reduce overall operating noise.
Mat
Manual Operation
• Used for selecting a particular massage movement or area to be massaged.
• Ideal for people who want to adjust movement and location during the course of a massage.
• Ideal for people who want just a little more on the shoulders at the end of their massage.
z Open the cover of the controller and select the massage required.
x The seat will automatically recline to the optimum massage position.
c Adjust the position and intensity of the massage rollers.
v Press the
button to complete the massage.
Flat Surface
MOVING THE SEAT
CAUTION
4. Adjust the Angle of the Backrest and Legrest (See Page 38)
• Do not move the unit when someone is sitting in it as it may tip over.
• Adjust the angle of the backrest and legrest to the most comfortable position.
Moving the unit Using the Wheels
• Tilt the seat back by holding the pipes on both sides of the legrest and
allow the unit to roll on the wheels located at the back.
• Returning the massage heads to the retracted position and the seat
back to the upright position makes it easier to move the unit.
* As the unit may mark the floor when moved, please place a mat, etc.,
on the floor and move it slowly.
* Do not move the unit when someone is sitting in it.
• When retracting the backrest, as the massage heads must be retracted in the interests
of safety, there may be a slight delay before the backrest actually starts to retract.
Please continue to hold down the Reclining Button until the backrest is fully retracted.
Move it slowly
Hold the pipes
on both sides of
the legrest
If excessive pressure is applied to the massage heads during upper body massage, in the interests
of safety the massage heads may stop moving. If this occurs, raise your body slightly before
restarting it. (This may happen more frequently for people who weigh 100kg or more.)
If the massage mechanism stops (or if all markings and buttons on the controller start to flash), turn
off the power switch, wait for approximately 10 seconds, and then turn the power switch on again.
on
1
Wheels
Carrying the unit
• When carrying the unit, have one person hold the pipes on both sides
of the legrest and the other person lift the chair using the back cover
handles located on the back of the unit.
* As the unit may mark the floor if dropped, please ensure that you hold
the legrest and handles securely.
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off
5. Turn the Power Off to Finish the Massage
(See Page 45)
lock
open
2
lock switch
z Turn the power switch to the “off” position.
x Turn the lock switch the “lock” position.
c Unplug the power cord.
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BEFORE USING THE UNIT
ADJUSTING THE SEAT
AFTER CHECKING THE SURROUNDING AREA, TURN ON THE POWER
1. Check the Surrounding Area
BEFORE SITTING DOWN
CAUTION
• Slowly sit down after checking the position of the massage heads.
z Check that there is nothing behind the unit.
If you do not check the position of the massage heads, you may be injured or the unit may be damaged.
x Check that there is enough room to recline the unit.
• In the interests of safety, the unit may stop moving if it hits
something while reclining.
40cm
Do not leave
anything here.
40cm
2. Check the Unit
z Lift up the pillow and the center cushion to check
that there are no rips in the fabric of the back
cushion, etc.
• The massage heads are normally in the retracted position
(to the left and right at the lower part of the backrest).
• Do not sit down if the massage heads are not in the
retracted position. Instead, push the
button twice to
retract the massage heads to the proper position. (If the
button is pushed during the massage, then the
massage heads will not be retracted.)
• Please do not sit on the controller as the reclining button
may be pressed causing the seat to automatically recline.
Main Cushion Fabric
x Check that the power plug has not been damaged
or has pins or dust sticking to it.
Sit Down Only When the Legrest is Lowered
• If you sit on the unit when the legrest is raised, the verb
“may” itself means that the possibility exists, there is no
need to repeat this. It may fall over and you may be injured.
• When the legrest is raised, press the
button to lower the
legrest before sitting down.
Check
reclining
Press
ADJUSTING THE PILLOW
3. Turn the Power On
• When the massage does not feel strong enough, lift up the
pillow and carry out the massage again.
z Plug the power plug into the power socket.
x Turn the lock switch to the “open” position.
on
c Turn on the power switch on the back of the unit.
When plugging the unit in, make sure that there are at least
10cm of slack in the power cord.
(Take care to ensure that the power cord is not caught by the
unit when it reclines.)
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3
off
lock
open
2
lock switch
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PROGRAMMED OPERATION
RECLINING THE SEAT
1. Reclining The Seat
• Please check that there are no children or pets in the vicinity of the unit before use.
reclining
• Hold down the Reclining Button to recline the seat and raise the legrest.
• When both the backrest and legrest have been extended as far as possible
you will hear a “peep, peep, peep” sound.
• When first using the unit, please do not fully recline the seat.
1. Press the
1
Press
neck roller position
Angle
Reclined
reclining
2. Select the Program You Want
2
Approx. 120°
programmed
operation
Approx. 170°
/
manual
operation
programmed operation
storong
Approx. 85°
Angle
Raised
3
button
• The ON/OFF lamp will come on.
• You can now select either strong or gentle or one of the manual settings
that can be accessed by opening the cover of the controller.
gentle
whole back
neck, shoulder
lower back
4
• See Page 46 for details regarding the content of each of these
programs.
Vigorously Massage the Whole Back
• Strong uses mainly a kneading
massage and Shiatsu massage to
relax stiff muscles.
• This type of massage is ideal for
people with stiff muscles
throughout their entire back.
programmed operation
strong
gentle
whole back
Press
Approx. 0°
vibration on/off
tap on/off
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2. Retracting The Seat
• Gentle uses a softer massage to help
a tired body to recover.
• This type of massage is ideal for
people who are feeling tired or
weary.
reclining
• Check that there is nothing behind the seat or under the legrest.
• Hold down the Reclining Button to retract the backrest and lower the legrest.
Press
• When both the backrest and legrest have been retracted as far as possible
you will hear a “peep, peep, peep” sound.
• When retracting the backrest, as the massage heads must be retracted in
the interests of safety, there may be a slight delay before the backrest
actually starts to retract. Please continue to hold down the Reclining Button
until the backrest is fully retracted.
Gently Massage the Whole Back
programmed operation
strong
gentle
whole back
Press
The Selected Program will Start
• It is possible to change the program selected and the desired movement mid-way through a massage.
• In Programmed Operation, the leg massage begins at the same time.
It is possible to stop or change the intensity of the leg massage during the program. (Please see Page 43.)
• When retracting the backrest, as the massage heads must be retracted in the interests of safety, there may be
a slight delay before the backrest actually starts to retract. Please continue to hold down the Reclining Button
until the backrest is fully retracted.
The Seat Automatically Reclines to the Massage Position
Angle
Raised
Angle
Reclined
• If the seat is already reclined further than the massage position, It will not be automatically reclined.
Massage Position
Normal Position
Reclining
Approx. 14° Reclined
In this comfortable
position it is possible to
massage from the neck
to the soles of the feet.
Approx. 60°
Raised
3. Adjusting the Shoulder Position
• When programmed operation begins, the seat automatically reclines to the massage position where the
massage heads carry out a Shiatsu massage in the area around the shoulders. During the time that the
Shoulder Position Indicator is flashing (approx. 20 seconds), use the Shoulder Position Adjustment Button to
adjust the position of the massage heads.
Approximate positions for adjusting the position of the rollers are shown below.
Up
• It is possible to change the position of the rollers
during the massage.
• As the position of the shoulders will change when
the reclining angle is changed during a massage,
please readjust the shoulder position every time
you change the reclining angle.
Down
neck roller position
Approximate Height
neck roller position
neck roller position
185 cm
Press
Press
160 cm
140 cm
• 5-stage (up-down approx. 10cm) adjustment.
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• When the Shoulder Position Indicator is flashing, adjust the position of
the massage heads (upper roller) so that they lightly touch the shoulder.
• The shoulder position can be adjusted up and down 10cm.
• When it is not possible to correctly adjust the shoulder position, slide
your body down and try adjusting it again.
MANUAL OPERATION
MANUAL OPERATION FOR THE UPPER BODY
Too high
• Please check that there are no children or pets in the vicinity of the unit before use.
Correct position
• Lightly touching the shoulder.
1. Press the
Too low
1
4. Selecting an Area for Concentrated Massage
neck roller position
• Please see Page 46–48 for details regarding the programs.
button
• The ON/OFF lamp will come on.
• You can now select either Strong or Gentle or one of the manual
settings that can be accessed by opening the cover of the
controller.
reclining
neck roller position
Massaging the Neck and Shoulders
Massaging the Lower Back
• Press this button to focus on the neck and shoulders.
(The upper and lower back will also be massaged
slightly.)
neck, shoulder
lower back
• Press the button
again to cancel.
• Press this button to focus on the lower back.
(The neck and shoulders will also be massaged
slightly.)
neck, shoulder
lower back
• Press the button
again to cancel.
Press
programmed
operation
manual
operation
/
swedish
swedish
vibration
tap A
Removing Tapping from Programmed Operation
• Press this button to remove vibration in programmed
operation. (The vibration will change to a kneading
massage.)
* Press the button
vibration on/off
tap on/off
again to restore
vibration to the
program.
• Press this button to remove tapping in
programmed operation. (The tapping will change
to a kneading massage.)
* Press the button
vibration on/off
tap on/off
again to restore
tapping to the
program.
6. Auto Stop in Programmed Operation
When the selected program has been completed, the unit will automatically come to a stop.
(Although programmed operation lasts for approximately 15 minutes (12–17 minutes), this will vary according to
the shoulder position and program selected, whether or not tapping is on or off, and the weight of the person
using the unit.)
• The massage heads will move to the retracted position and stop.
• The ON/OFF lamp will flash until the heads have stopped moving.
• If you want to start another massage, please press the
button.
• Please unit at least 10 minutes between massages to allow your body to rest.
roll
Press the
button to stop programmed operation.
• The ON/OFF lamp will continue to flash until the massage heads have returned to the retracted position.
strong
leg massage
tap A
whole back
3. Selecting the Massage Type Required
tap B
• Press the button of the massage you require.
The button will be lit.
• The seat will automatically recline to the massage position.
regional
roll
Use example, Selecting knead.
intensity
position
manual operation
shiatsu
swedish
manual operation
knead
shiatsu
swedish
knead
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
regional
whole back
Press
4
vibration
tap A
whole back
roll
regional
roll
Combining Massages
• It is possible to combine massage types.
• It is not possible to combine massage types in the same category.
Example 1 Adding Tap B when Knead is selected.
manual operation
manual operation
Example 2 Adding Roll to the selection.
manual operation
manual operation
shiatsu
swedish
knead
shiatsu
swedish
knead
shiatsu
swedish
knead
shiatsu
swedish
knead
vibration
tap A
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
regional
whole back
whole back
regional
Press
whole back
roll
roll
regional
roll
whole back
Press
regional
roll
Example 3 Deselecting Roll.
manual operation
shiatsu
swedish
knead
shiatsu
swedish
knead
vibration
tap A
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
whole back
regional
roll
8. Stopping the Massage Immediately
Press the
button to stop programmed operation immediately.
• All movement will stop immediately.
• The massage heads will not return to the retracted position, which may make sitting in the seat somewhat
uncomfortable.
• Please press the
button twice in order to return the massage heads to the retracted position.
position
gentle
manual operation
7. Stopping Programmed Operation
tap B
regional
intensity
Press
• For Tapping and Vibration, unless the massage heads are actually touching the body, you may not feel
anything.
Please always check that the unit is not in operation before sitting down.
knead
whole back
knead
3
Removing Vibration from Programmed Operation
manual
operation
/
manual operation
shiatsu
Press
5. Removing Vibration and Tapping from Programs
whole back
regional
roll
Press
Changing Massage Types
Example 1 Changing massage types in the same category.
(Changing to Shiatsu when Knead is selected.)
manual operation
shiatsu
swedish
knead
vibration
tap A
whole back
roll
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programmed
operation
• All of the manual operation buttons will start
to flash.
manual operation
shiatsu
vibration
Press
2. Open the Cover of the Controller
reclining
manual operation
shiatsu
swedish
knead
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
regional
whole back
Press
regional
roll
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Example 2 Changing to a massage type outside the category.
(Changing to Tap B when Knead is selected.)
• When Knead is combined with Tap B, deselecting Knead will leave only Tap.
manual operation
shiatsu
swedish
manual operation
knead
shiatsu
swedish
LEG MASSAGE IN MANUAL OPERATION
• It is possible to carry out leg massage at the same time as upper body massage.
• If your calves are not in the correct position in the legrest, please adjust your legs so that they are.
manual operation
knead
shiatsu
swedish
knead
tap B
vibration
tap A
tap B
regional
whole back
1. Press the
Press
vibration
tap A
tap B
vibration
tap A
button
• The programmed operation and leg massage button will flash.
whole back
regional
Press
whole back
roll
roll
regional
roll
2. Press the Leg Massage button
4. Adjusting Manual Massage Settings
Adjusting the Vertical Position of the Massage Heads
Raising the massage heads
Lowering the massage heads
• The massage heads will move a little each time the button is
pressed. If you hold down the button, the massage heads will
continue to move until you release the button. When the
massage heads reach their limit you will hear a “peep, peep,
peep” sound.
position
position
• The massage will start.
• The intensity of the massage will be displayed.
• It is possible to adjust the reclining angle during the massage.
Air will be released from the legrest while the Reclining Button
is pressed. Adjust the position of your legs during this time.
gentle
Press
• Leg massage intensity can be adjusted in 2 stages (EP1060).
gentle
strong
leg massage
Press
3. Adjusting Massage Intensity
Press
strong
leg massage
Strong
gentle
Gentle
Press
strong
leg massage
gentle
Off
Press
strong
leg massage
gentle
Press
strong
leg massage
Adjusting the Width between Massage Heads
• Vibration, Tap, Shiatsu Whole Back Roll, and Regional Roll
can be adjusted in 5-stages while Swedish can be adjusted in
3-stages.
• As Swedish covers the entire width of the back, it is not
possible to adjust width settings.
• The massage heads will move a little each time the button is
pressed. If you hold down the button, the massage heads will
continue to move until you release the button.
• When the massage heads reach their limit you will hear a
“peep, peep, peep” sound.
Adjusting Massage Intensity
• Massage intensity can be adjusted in 3 stages.
• When the massage heads reach their limit you will hear a
“peep, peep, peep” sound.
• As Roll or combining Roll with other massages sometimes
produces an especially strong massage, adjustment is limited
to medium or weak.
Increasing the width
Decreasing the width
position
position
Gentle
• Leg massage intensity can be adjusted in 2 stages (EP1260).
gentle
Press
strong
leg massage
Strong
gentle
Off
Press
strong
leg massage
gentle
Press
strong
leg massage
Press
Press
4. Leg Massage Auto Stop
Increasing massage intensity
Decreasing massage intensity
intensity
intensity
• A timer will automatically stop the unit approximately 15 minutes (15–17 minutes) after the massage started.
• If you want to start another massage, please press the
button.
5. STOPPING MANUAL OPERATION
Press
Press
Roll, Roll + (Shiatsu, Tap B, Tap A, Vibration) Combination..................................Weak/Medium
Roll + (Knead, Swedish Combination) ...................................................................Weak
• For Tap B, Swedish, and Vibration, unless the massage heads are actually touching the body, you may not
feel the movement.
5. Auto Stop in Manual Operation
Press the
button to stop the leg massage.
• It will take some time before all the air escapes from the leg massage unit.
(Air will continue to escape even after the
button has been pressed.)
Note
Integrated Timer to Prevent Overuse
• An integrated timer prevents overuse of the unit.
• When using manual operation, the timer automatically stops operation after 15 minutes (15–17 minutes).
* If you want to continue to use the unit, please wait at least 10 minutes between massages to allow your
body to rest.
• A timer will automatically stop the unit approximately 15 minutes (15–17 minutes) after the massage started.
(This is to prevent overuse in the interests of safety.)
• The massage heads will move to the retracted position and stop.
• The ON/OFF lamp will flash until the heads have stopped moving.
• If you want to start another massage, please press the
button.
• Please wait at least 10 minutes between massages to allow your body to rest.
6. Stopping Manual Operation
Press the
button to stop manual operation.
• The ON/OFF lamp will continue to flash until the massage heads have returned to the retracted position.
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AFTER COMPLETING THE MASSAGE
DISCONNECT THE POWER
1. Turn Off the Power
RETURN THE SEAT TO THE ORIGINAL POSITION
1. Check that there is Nothing Under the
Backrest or the Legrest.
z Turn the power switch to the “off” position.
x Turn the lock switch to the “lock” position.
on
off
lock
Check that
there is nothing
here
2. Return the Seat to the Upright Position.
Check that
there is nothing
here
open
lock switch
2. Unplug the Power Cord
reclining
• When returning the seat to the upright position, as it may
take some time for the massage heads to return to the
retracted position, please continue to press the Reclining
Button until the seat is fully upright.
Press
3. Place the Controller in its Pocket
• Using the controller pocket as a grip to help you stand up
can place excessive force on the pocket, which can cause
it to rip. Please refrain from doing so.
4. Return the Center Cushion to its Original
Position.
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CAUTION
• Always turn the power switch to the “off” position and the lock switch to the “lock” position.
Failure to do so may lead to accidents if children play with the unit.
• Do not pull on the power cord when unplugging the unit from the power supply. Always hold the power plug itself.
Failure to do so may lead to electric shock or short-circuits.
• Always unplug the unit from the power supply when not in use.
Failure to do so may lead to insulation deterioration due to dust or moisture, which may in turn lead to shortcircuits or fire.
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DETAILS REGARDING PROGRAMMED OPERATION
• The movements below are shown in simplified form for the sake of illustration.
• When the programs have finished the unit will automatically stop. (Although programmed operation lasts for
approximately 15 minutes (12–17 minutes), this will vary according to the shoulder position and program selected,
whether or not tapping is on or off, and the weight of the person using the unit.)
STRONG
• The movements below are shown in simplified form for the sake of illustration.
• When the programs have finished the unit will automatically stop. (Although programmed operation lasts for
approximately 15 minutes (12–17 minutes), this will vary according to the shoulder position and program selected,
whether or not tapping is on or off, and the weight of the person using the unit.)
STRONG/NECK & SHOULDER
Upper Body
Upper Body
1 Roll, Shiatsu and
1 Roll, Shiatsu and
Knead/Roll
2 Tap B/Roll,
Tap B and Knead
3 Knead/Roll, Tap B
and Knead/Tap B/Roll
4 Knead and
Shiatsu
2 Tap B/Roll,
Knead/Roll
Tap B and Knead
6 Tap B, Knead
7 Knead and Shiatsu
and Shiatsu/Vibration
7 Swedish, Tap B/
Roll and Shiatsu
8 Shiatsu and
Tap B/Roll
9 Knead/Tap B
and Roll
4 Tap B, Tap B/
Roll and Shiatsu
5 Tap B/Roll and
Knead/Tap B/Roll
5 Tap B, Tap B/
Roll and Shiatsu
and Tap B/Roll
6 Knead, Roll
3 Knead and Shiatsu
8 Tap B, Tap B/
9 Knead/Tap B/Roll
Roll and Shiatsu
10 Shiatsu, Swedish
and Roll
10 Shiatsu, Tap A
and Roll
STRONG/LOWER BACK
GENTLE
Upper Body
Upper Body
1 Knead/Roll, Swedish/
Tap B and Tap B/Roll
1 Roll, Knead and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
2 Tap A, Swedish/Roll
and Swedish/Tap A/Roll
3 Swedish/Roll, Swedish/
4 Swedish/Vibration
Tap A/Roll and Swedish/
Vibration/Roll
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
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Swedish/Tap A/Roll
8 Swedish/Roll and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
3 Swedish, Tap B/
Roll and Shiatsu
4 Shiatsu and
Tap B/Roll
5 Tap B/Roll,
Knead/Roll and
Swedish/Tap B
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
Shiatsu/Vibration
7 Swedish, Shiatsu and
Shiatsu/Vibration
5 Swedish/Vibration and
6 Roll and
6 Swedish and
2 Roll and
9 Shiatsu, Vibration/Roll
and Shiatsu/Vibration
7 Swedish, Tap B/
Roll and Shiatsu
8 Shiatsu and Tap B/
Roll
9 Knead/Roll and
10 Shiatsu and
Vibration/Roll
Swedish
10 Swedish/Tap A/Roll,
Swedish and Roll
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• The movements below are shown in simplified form for the sake of illustration.
• When the programs have finished the unit will automatically stop. (Although programmed operation lasts for
approximately 15 minutes (12–17 minutes), this will vary according to the shoulder position and program selected,
whether or not tapping is on or off, and the weight of the person using the unit.)
DETAILS REGARDING MANUAL OPERATION
Shiatsu
This feels as though the thumbs of both
hands are being used to work on the
acupressure points. The initial strong
push is followed by a short pause to give
the impression of a professional shiatsu
masseur. This type of massage is ideal
for people with tight muscles and pain
who want a point massage.
GENTLE/NECK & SHOULDER
Upper Body
Swedish
1 Roll, Knead and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
2 Tap A, Swedish/Roll
and Swedish/Tap A/Roll
3 Swedish, Swedish/Vibration
and Swedish/Tap A/Roll
4 Swedish and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
5 Tap A, Swedish/
Roll and Swedish/
Tap A/Roll
This motion is like the palms of both
hands being used to press and rub
over a wide area from both sides of
the body. This type of massage is
ideal for someone wanting a broad
massage on the back or lower back.
Knead
With this massage, a strong push is
followed by a quick release in a rhythm
that is designed to relax stiff muscles. It
is ideal for loosening stiff muscles in the
neck and shoulders.
6 Swedish, Swedish/
Vibration and Swedish/
Tap A/Vibration
7 Swedish and Swedish/
Tap A/Roll
8 Tap A, Swedish/Roll
and Swedish/Tap A/Roll
9 Swedish, Swedish/Vibration
10 Swedish/Tap A/Roll,
and Swedish/Tap A/Roll
Swedish and Roll
The minute vibrations are designed to
relax even the tensest body. Combined
with a rolling massage, etc., this type of
massage is ideal for the whole back.
GENTLE/LOWER BACK
Upper Body
1 Roll, Knead and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
6 Swedish/Tap A/Roll,
Swedish/Vibration/Roll
and Swedish
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2 Swedish/Tap A/Roll,
Swedish/Vibration/Roll
and Swedish
7 Swedish, Shiatsu and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
Vibration
3 Swedish, Shiatsu and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
8 Shiatsu, Vibration/Roll
and Shiatsu/Vibration
4 Shiatsu, Vibration/Roll
and Shiatsu/Vibration
9 Swedish/Tap A/
Tap A
This motion resembles the outer edge of
the fingers being used to tap in a rhythmic
motion that is designed to penetrate into
the body and relax the muscles. It is ideal
to use on the fine muscles of the neck or
as a finishing massage.
Tap B
This motion is like a fist used in a rhythmic
pattern to provide a solid tapping that is
designed to eliminate stubborn stiffness
and tiredness. This kind of massage is
ideal for thick muscles such as those found
in the shoulders.
Whole Back Roll
The massage heads become rollers that
roll over the back up and down from the
neck to the lower back to stretch the back
muscles and relieve tension. It is ideal to
use at the beginning of a massage as it is
relatively soft.
Regional Roll
The massage heads become rollers that
roll over the back muscles, but this time in
a specified location. It is ideal for
combining with Knead, Tap B and
Vibration.
5 Swedish/Roll and
Swedish/Tap A/Roll
10 Swedish
Roll and Swedish
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
PILLOW, BACK CUSHION, SEAT AND ARMREST SYNTHETIC LEATHER
• Rub the synthetic leather lightly using a soft and dry cloth for
normal cleaning.
(Please do not use a cloth containing any kind of chemicals.)
• If the leather becomes dirty, apply a 3–5% solution of a mild
detergent in warm water using a soft cloth, tapping the
surface to remove it. Afterwards, thoroughly rinse the cloth
and use it to remove the detergent, wipe it gently with a dry
cloth, and then leave it to dry naturally.
(Please do not use a hair dryer in an attempt to dry the
synthetic leather more quickly.)
• If the synthetic leather is allowed to come into contact with
vinyl for an extended period of time, this may cause it to
become discolored.
Problem
• The motor groans when it comes under load.
• There is excessive noise during Tapping.
(The noise is greater at the top of the unit.)
• The motor sounds strange when adjusting massage
intensity and width.
• There is a rattling sound when the massage heads
move up or down.
• There is a rubbing sound produced by the massage
heads rubbing on the seat fabric.
• There is a rubbing sound produced by fabric rubbing
on fabric.
• The gears produce a strange sound.
• There is a strange sound when the massage heads
move in and out.
• Air massage-related sounds (EP1260)
There is a hissing sound of air escaping.
There is a humming sound from the pump.
• The legrest rattles.
Water
Mild
Detergent
Alcohol
Benzene
Mild
Detergent
Thinners
x Next wipe the unit with a cloth that has been
dampened with just water.
* Make sure you thoroughly wring out the
cloth first when cleaning the controller.
Cause and Remedy
Motor Noises
PIPES AND PLASTIC AREAS
z Wipe the unit with a cloth that has been
soaked in a mild detergent and then
thoroughly wrung out.
PROBLEM
H
These sounds are perfectly normal and will not have
any effect on the operation of the unit.
When the power switch is turned on there is
a humming sound.
H
This is the sound of air escaping from the air bag.
(This is not an abnormal sound.)
The massage heads stop during operation.
H
When the massage heads are raised or lowered, if
they come into contact with a wall or other obstruction,
in the interests of safety the massage heads may
stop moving. In such a situation, move the chair or
remove the obstruction and start the massage again.
If all markings and buttons on the controller start to
flash, which is extremely unusual, turn off the power
switch, wait for approximately 10 seconds and then
turn the power switch on again.
H
If excessive force is applied to the massage heads
during operation, in the interests of safety the
massage heads may stop moving. If this occurs,
raise your body slightly before restarting it.
If all markings and buttons on the controller start to
flash, which is extremely unusual, turn off the power
switch, wait for approximately 10 seconds and then
turn the power switch on again.
Nothing can be felt when using Tap A, Tap B
or Vibration.
H
If the massage heads are not touching your body
then you will, of course, feel nothing. Therefore,
please make sure that your body comes into close
contact with the massage heads.
The massage heads do not come up to the
shoulder or neck.
H
The position of the shoulders is incorrect.
(See Page 39)
Water
c Allow the unit to dry naturally.
• Never use benzene, thinners or alcohol.
SEAT FABRIC
z Wipe the seat fabric with a cloth that has been soaked in a
weak mild detergent solution and then thoroughly wrung out.
x Use a weak mild detergent to brush on to areas where the
seat fabric has become particularly soiled. Be careful not
to brush the fabric too much as this may cause damage.
c Next wipe the fabric with a cloth that has been dampened
with just water.
v Allow the fabric to dry naturally.
Water
CAUTION
• Always remove the power plug from the power socket when cleaning the unit. Take care to dry your hands
thoroughly before attempting to plug the power plug back into the power socket when you have finished. Failure
to do so may lead to electric shock or burns.
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Problem
It is not possible to recline the unit.
The legrest cannot be raised or lowered.
Even though I press the reclining button
nothing appears to happen.
H
H
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.
If all markings and buttons on the controller start to
flash, which is extremely unusual, turn off the power
switch, wait for approximately 10 seconds and then
turn the power switch on again.
When retracting the backrest, in the interests of
safety, the massage heads move to the retracted
position before the backrest starts to retract.
Please hold down the button until the backrest is fully
reclined.
The controller becomes warm.
H
If the unit is used continuously for an extended
period of time it will naturally become warm.
If the controller becomes too hot, immediately stop
using the unit and return it for inspection or repair to
the place that you bought it.
The unit will not operate at all.
H
• The power cord has been disconnected.
(See Page 36)
• The power switch on the unit has not been turned on.
(See Page 36)
• After pressing the
button, the program button or
the manual operation selection button has not
been pushed.
(See Pages 39–42)
H
The power cord or air hose has been disconnected.
The length of the programs selected in
programmed operation varies.
H
• When using the massage lounger in programmed
operation, when the program is finished movement
automatically stops. (Although programmed
operation lasts for approximately 15 minutes
(12–17 minutes), this will vary according to the
shoulder position and program selected, whether or
not tapping is on or off, and the weight of the
person using the unit.)
The unit has been damaged.
H
Stop using the unit immediately.
The power cord or power plug is abnormally
hot.
H
Stop using the unit immediately.
• Upper body (neck to lower back) massage.
• Leg massage.
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Cause and Remedy
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 the unit immediately after use.
2. Always unplug the unit before cleaning.
WARNING – To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1. Always insert the power plug all the way into the socket to reduce the risk of short-circuit and fire.
2. The unit should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug the unit when not in use.
3. Close and continuous supervision are necessary when the unit is used by people who are limited in their ability
to move or communicate.
4. Only use the unit for the purpose described in this instructions.
5. Do not stand on the unit.
6. Do not use any accessories other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
7. This unit should not be used by children. Keep children away from the unit. Always return the seat to the
upright position and retract the legrest completely to avoid possible injury. Make sure that nothing is in the way
when retracting the legrest.
8. 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.
9. Always raise the center cushion to check that the fabric of the unit itself has not been ripped before using the
unit. Please also check other areas to ensure that 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 cord and have the unit repaired at an
authorized service center.
10. Keep power cords away from heated surfaces. Do not allow pins, rubbish or moisture to come into contact with
the plug. Do not use the unit on top of heating appliances, such as electric carpets, etc.
11. Never block the air openings during operation and make sure that all air openings are kept free of lint and hair, etc.
12. Do not drop or insert anything into any of the openings of the unit.
13. Do not use the unit in bathrooms or other damp or humid places as this may cause electric shock or cause the
unit to malfunction. Do not spill water, etc. onto the controller.
14. Do not use the unit outdoors.
15. Do not use the unit in places where aerosol spray products are in use or where oxygen is handled.
16. When unplugging the unit, turn off all controls before removing the plug from power socket. Do not use the unit
with a transformer as this may lead to malfunction or electric shock.
17. Connect this unit to a properly grounded outlet only. See Grounding Instructions.
18. To avoid electric shock or injury, do not attempt to open or disassemble any part of the unit as it contains no
user-serviceable parts.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: To avoid the risk of injury.
WARNING: To avoid damaging the unit.
1. Pregnant women, people who are ill, in poor physical shape or undergoing medical treatment, and people
suffering from back, neck, shoulder or hip pain should consult their doctor before using the unit. If you have a
pacemaker, defibrillator, or other personal medical device, consult with the manufacturer of your device before
using the unit. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
2. Sit down slowly after checking the position of the massage heads. Never put any part of your body between
the massage heads as the squeezing action of the massage heads may cause injury. Never put your fingers or
feet in the gap between the backrest and seat, the backrest and the armrest, the seat and cover under the
armrest, or the gap between the legrest and the footrest. Do not place your fingers in the mechanical section of
the legrest located under the seat.
1. The seat is designed for a maximum user weight of 120kg (264lbs). Exceeding the maximum weight may
cause permanent damage to the massage mechanism and/or other components of the unit.
Any such damage is deemed to be user abuse and as such is not covered under the limited warranty.
2. Do not sit on or drop the controller. Do not pull the controller cord or the power cord. Be careful not to catch
the cord of the controller between the armrest and the back of the seat.
3. Do not treat the unit roughly, such as by turning the seat on its side or turning the seat over and standing on it.
Only use the unit on a flat and stable surface.
3. Do not use the unit against bare skin. While thin clothing may increase effectiveness, exposing the skin directly
to the massager may irritate the skin.
Do not use the unit while wearing anything hard on your head like a hair accessory, etc.
4. Be gentle on the fabric.
• Keep sharp or pointed objects away from the seat fabric and be careful not to drop lit cigarettes, ashes or
matches on the seat.
• Exposure to direct sunlight can cause fading or discoloration of the fabric.
4. Do not use the unit for massaging the head, abdomen, elbows or knees. Take care when massaging the area
around the neck. Do not use excessively strong massage action on the front of the neck.
5. If the unit functions abnormally, immediately turn off the power and have the unit checked by an authorized
service center.
5. Always check that the shoulder position is correct. If it is not correct, use the Shoulder Position Adjustment
Button to adjust it properly (In programmed operation). Failure to align the shoulder position correctly can lead
to accidents or injury.
6. Do not attempt to repair the unit yourself.
6. Do not stretch the back muscles for more than approximately 15 minutes at a time. To avoid overstretching the
muscles which may result in discomfort, do not use the unit for more than 5 minutes when first using it. You
can gradually increase the duration and intensity of the massage as you become used to it.
Do not massage any one point for more than 5 minutes at a time.
Excessive massaging can overstimulate the muscles and nerves and result in an adverse effect.
To prevent excessive massaging, do not use the massager for more than a total of 15 minutes each session.
After approximately 15 minutes, the massage heads will be retracted and stop moving.
8. Some noise may be heard coming from the unit while in use. This is due to the structure of the unit and is
completely normal.
7. While using the unit, if you start feeling sick or if the massage seems painful, stop using it immediately.
While using the massager, if the pressure seems too strong, the movement of the massage heads can be
stopped at any time by pressing the Stop Button.
8. Do not go to sleep while using the unit. Do not use the unit after drinking alcohol.
9. When the seat back is in a reclined position, do not sit on it or sit with your legs resting on the headrest.
Do not sit on the legrest as the unit may fall over.
7. Do not repeatedly operate any switch quickly as doing so may cause it to malfunction.
9. Make sure that there are no obstacles behind the seat before reclining. The seat can be reclined to a
maximum angle of 170-degrees but may malfunction if the seat back hits a wall or some other obstacle.
Always ensure that you have ample space behind the seat and recline the seat slowly.
10. If excessive pressure is applied to the massage heads, a safety circuit may be activated and they may stop
moving. When raising the heads from the lowered position, the weight of the body may stop the heads from
moving. If this happens, slightly raise your body and allow the heads to move up.
11. After each massage, slide the power switch on the back of the seat to the “off” position and turn the lock switch
to the lock position.
12. Do not sit on the massage chair when your body or hair is wet.
13. The massage Lounger must not be used in “wet rooms” (sauna, swimming pool) or out-of-doors.
10. Do not allow children or pets to play on or around the unit, especially during operation.
11. Do not unplug the unit or turn it off during operation. Unplug the unit immediately if there is a power cut.
MOVING THE UNIT
Lift up the front of the unit when moving it.
* Raise the backrest to the upright position when moving the unit.
* After making sure that the power switch is in the “off” position, unplug the power cord from the power socket. Do
not move the unit while it is in operation.
* Place a mat on the floor and gently roll the unit over it to avoid damaging the floor.
Note: Do not move the unit while someone is seated on it.
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS (EP1060)
The unit must be properly grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least
resistance for electric current in order to reduce the risk of electric shock.
This unit is equipped with a cord with an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that has been properly installed in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
Power Supply:
Power Consumption:
DANGER
Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor may lead to electric shock. Check with a qualified
electrician if you are in doubt as to whether or not the unit is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided
with the unit if it will not fit the power outlet. Instead, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This unit has a grounding plug. Make sure that the product is connected to a power outlet with the same
configuration as the plug.
Do not use an adaptor with this unit.
AC 230V, 50Hz
115W (Approx. 5W in Standby mode with the controller turned off or when the
unit is turned off.)
Upper Body Massage
Massage Area (Up-Down):
Massage Area (Left-Right):
Approx. 70cm
Distance between Massage Heads during Operation
Approx. 6 – 15cm
Massage Area (Forward-Back): Approx. 5.5cm
Massage Cycle:
Shiatsu:
Approx. 12 cycles/min.
Swedish:
Approx. 11 cycles/min.
Knead:
Approx. 12 cycles/min.
Vibration:
Approx. 3,000 – 3,600 cycles/min.
Tap A:
Approx. 50 – 3,600 cycles/min.
Tap B:
Approx. 200 – 300 cycles/min.
Whole Back Roll:
Approx. 2 cycles/min. (Approx. 35 sec./cycle)
Regional Roll:
Approx. 6 – 10 cycles/min. (Approx. 6 – 10 sec./cycle)
Leg Massage
EP1060
Vibration:
Strong:
Approx. 3,000 cycles/min.
Weak:
Approx. 2,500 cycles/min.
Reclining Angle:
Backrest:
Approx. 120° – 170°
Legrest:
Approx. 0° – 85°
Automatic Shut-Off:
Approx. 15 min. for both upper body and legs (15 – 17min.)
Dimensions:
When not reclined.
105cm (H)#80cm (W)#105cm (D)
When reclined.
60cm (H)#80cm (W)#170cm (D)
Weight:
Approx. 53kg
SPECIFICATIONS (EP1260)
Power Supply:
Power Consumption:
AC 230V, 50Hz
125W (Approx. 5W in Standby mode with the controller turned off or when the
unit is turned off.)
Upper Body Massage
Massage Area (Up-Down):
Massage Area (Left-Right):
Approx. 70cm
Distance between Massage Heads during Operation
Approx. 6 – 15cm
Massage Area (Forward-Back): Approx. 5.5cm
Massage Cycle:
Shiatsu:
Approx. 12 cycles/min.
Swedish:
Approx. 11 cycles/min.
Knead:
Approx. 12 cycles/min.
Vibration:
Approx. 3,000 – 3,600 cycles/min.
Tap A:
Approx. 50 – 3,600 cycles/min.
Tap B:
Approx. 200 – 300 cycles/min.
Whole Back Roll:
Approx. 2 cycles/min. (Approx. 35 sec./cycle)
Regional Roll:
Approx. 6 – 10 cycles/min. (Approx. 6 – 10 sec./cycle)
Leg Massage
Air Pressure:
Strong:
Approx. 23kPa
EP1260
Weak:
Approx. 14kPa
Massage Cycle:
Approx. 2 cycles/min. (Approx. 28 sec./cycle)
Reclining Angle:
Backrest:
Approx. 120° – 170°
Legrest:
Approx. 0° – 85°
Automatic Shut-Off:
Approx. 15 min. for both upper body and legs (15 – 17min.)
Dimensions:
When not reclined.
105cm (H)#80cm (W)#105cm (D)
When reclined.
60cm (H)#80cm (W)#165cm (D)
Weight:
Approx. 60kg
• The NAiS Massage Lounger has been tested by Germany’s Technical Control Board (TÜV Rheinland
Product Safety GmbH) and has been awarded their safety-tested GS symbol. This appliance complies with
the provisions of the EC council directive 89/336/EEC as amended by 92/31/EEC and Art. 5 of 93/68/EEC
as well as the provisions of the EC council directive 73/23/EEC as amended by Art. 13 of 93/68/EEC.
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