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Panasonic Indoor Furnishings 30003 User manual
Household
Massage Lounger
Sillón de Masaje Doméstico
Operating Instructions
Instrucciones de Uso
Model No./Nº de Modelo
EP30003
Before operating this unit, please read these instructions completely.
Antes de utilizar esta unidad, lea compleatamente estas instrucciones y guárdelas para referencia futura.
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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 unit 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.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Always insert the power plug all the way into the outlet to reduce the risk of short-circuit and fire.
The unit should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug the unit when not in use.
The unit is not to be used by people who cannot move or communicate on their own.
Only use the unit for the purpose described in these instructions.
Do not stand on the unit.
Do not use any accessories other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
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. Keep children away from 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. Keep power cords away from heated surfaces. Do not carry the unit by the power cord.
10.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.
11.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.
12.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 control panel.
13.Do not use the unit outdoors.
14.Do not use or operate where aerosol spray products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.
15.When unplugging the unit, turn off all controls before removing the plug from power outlet. Do not use the unit
with a transformer as this may lead to malfunction or electric shock.
16.Connect this unit to a properly grounded outlet only. See Grounding Instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: To avoid the risk of injury:
1. Persons with any of the conditions listed below or who are undergoing medical treatment or suffer from medical
conditions should consult with their physicians before using the unit:
a) Pregnant women, people who are ill, in poor physical shape.
b) People suffering from back, neck, shoulder, or hip pain.
c) People who have a pacemaker, defibrillator, or other personal medical devices prone to electronic
interference.
d) People suffering from heart disease.
e) People who are prohibited from receiving massage by a physician due to thrombosis or aneurism, acute
varicose veins, or other circulatory disorders.
f) People with irregular curvatures of the spine.
2. This unit should not be used by children. Remove the key when not in use and store out of reach of children.
3. 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 or any part of your body in the
mechanism below the legrest, or between the legrest and footrest.
4. 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. Do not use the unit for
massaging the head, abdomen, front neck, elbows or knees.
Do not use excessively strong massage action on the back of the neck.
5. When using the body scanning function, always ensure that the shoulder position is correct. If the shoulder
position is not correct, use the POSITION button to adjust it properly. You can adjust the shoulder position in this
way in the pre-programs, quick massage, self-program and manual operation. Failure to align the shoulder
position correctly can lead to injury.
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 strength 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.
The back cushion can be removed if you want to experience a stronger back massage. Exercise extreme care
when you use this mode in order to avoid back pain or injury. Use only for short periods of time (no more than
15 minutes). Reinstall the back cushion if you want to restore to normal massage intensity.
7. While using the massager, 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 Quick 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.
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 outage.
12.Be sure to start on the gentle massage program if using the massager for the first time. The shiatsu massage is
stronger and should be enjoyed after one has gotten accustomed to the chair.
13.Do not allow children to play on this mechanized furniture or operate the mechanism. Legrest folds down on
closing so that a child could possibly be injured. Always leave in an upright and closed position. Keep hands and
feet clear of mechanism. Only the occupant should operate it.
14.Always raise the back 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.
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OPERATING PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: To avoid damaging the chair, follow these precautions:
1. The chair is designed for a maximum user weight of 264 lbs (120 kg). 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 is not covered under the Limited Warranty.
2. Do not sit on or drop the control panel. Do not pull the control panel cord or the power cord. Be careful not to
catch the cord of the control panel between the armrest and the chair back.
3. Do not treat the chair roughly, such as turning the chair on its side, turning the chair over or standing on it.
4. Do not treat the covering roughly.
• Keep sharp or pointed objects away from the covering of the chair. Be careful not to drop lit ashes, lit cigarettes
or matches on the chair.
• Exposure to direct sunlight can cause fading or a change in color of the covering.
5. If the massager functions abnormally, immediately turn off the power and have the massager checked by an
authorized service center.
6. Do not repeatedly operate any switch at short intervals. Such action may cause the switch to malfunction.
7. Some noise may be heard coming from the massager while in use. This is due to the structure of the massager
and is normal.
8. Make sure there are no obstacles behind the chair before reclining it. The chair can be reclined to a maximum
angle of 170˚. If the back hits a wall or pillar, the chair may malfunction. Be sure to have ample space behind the
chair. Recline the chair slowly in order to avoid contact with an obstacle.
9. When excessive pressure is applied to the massage heads, they may stop moving for safety. When moving the
heads up from the lowered position, one’s body weight may stop the heads’ movement. In such a case, slightly
raise your body and allow the massage heads to move up.
10.After each massage, slide the power switch, which is located on the right side of the chair, to the “off” position
and turn its lock switch to the “lock” position.
11.Do not sit on the chair with wet body or hair.
12.The unit must not be used in “wet rooms” (sauna, swimming pool) or outdoors.
13.Do not attempt to open or disassemble any part of the unit. Only use an authorized Panasonic servicer to fix
your unit. Call 1-800-338-0552 to find the servicer nearest to you.
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least
resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product 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
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Part names and functions
Main unit
Front
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
2
9
1 Legrest
2 Leg/Sole massage section
• Includes air massage function
10 11
3 Legrest Slide Lever
• Extendable length to approx. 5 in.
(12 cm)
10 Armrest
11 Control Panel Stand Covers
• On both the left and right sides
4 Control Panel
See page 7 to 8
5 Retracted position of massage
heads
6 Back Cushion
Sole Reflexology Plates
• Removable
• Position adjustment possible
7 Pillow
8 Backrest
• Includes integrated massage
heads
9 Seat
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Back
12
16
12 Back Cover
13 Control Panel Holder
14 Child Safety Decal
17
18
19
13
14
15
11
20
20 Power Supply Box
Lock Switch
Power Switch
15 Control Panel Stand
16 Power Plug
17 Power Cord
18 Safety Precaution Label
19 Wheels
Lock Switch Key
Lock Switch Key Tag
• For preventing children from
swallowing it by accident
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Control Panel
Cover closed
Cover open
13
14
1 Off/On
2 Quick Stop
• Press this button to stop the
massage immediately.
3 User Memory
• See page 35 to 37
4 Program Selection
• See page 18
5 Ottoman Angle Adjustment
• See page 31
6 Reclining Angle Adjustment
• See page 31
7 Display
• This illustration simulates when all
lights are illuminated.
• See page 8
16
8 Voice Guidance Volume
• See page 33
9 Ultra Knead
• “Ultra Knead” is the name of the
massage actions.
• See page 25 to 26
10 Repeat
• See page 26
11 Position
• See page 27
15
14 Air Massage Controls
• Selection of the areas to be air
massaged
• See page 28
15 Self-Program/Manual Operation
Controls
• See page 21 to 22
16 Manual Adjustment Controls
• See page 23 to 25
12 Back Intensity Adjustment
• Adjustment of the massage heads
strength
• See page 26
13 Stretch
• See page 30
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Display
* This illustration simulates when all lights are illuminated.
1 Voice Guidance Volume Display
• See page 33
Off
Soft
Medium
Loud
2 Time Remaining Display
(During massage)
(After finishing massage)
5 Pressure Display
• Displays the pressure applied by
the massage heads
6 Self-Program Setting Display
• See page 21 to 22
7 Manual Upper Body Massage
Display
• See page 23 to 25
8 Air Intensity Display
• See page 28
12 Manual Upper Body Complex
Operation Display
• Indicates optional operations
added to manual upper body
operation
• See page 24
TAP 1
TAP 2
REGIONAL ROLL
AUTO WIDTH
9 Stretch Display
• Indicates whether the leg stretch
is on or off
On: Turned on
Off: Turned off
In operation: flashing
3 Ultra Knead/Repeat Display
• See page 26
(Ultra knead)
(Repeat)
4 User Memory Display
• Illuminated when operating the
User Memory function
• See page 35 to 37
assage Area Display
10 M
• Flashes to indicate areas
currently being massaged
• In the Massage Area Display,
positions are estimated.
Therefore, there may be some
differences between the actual
sensation and the display.
11 Back Intensity/Speed Display
• Intensity and speed of the
massage heads are displayed.
• The speed is displayed only in the
manual operation.
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Setting up the massage lounger
to use the unit
1 Where
Ensure there is adequate space to recline.
Keep at least 4" (10 cm) away from the wall.
Caution
Approx. 77" (195 cm)
• Do not use the unit in areas with high humidity,
such as the bathroom, because 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 unit tipping over.
Width approx. 33" (84 cm)
Approx. 12" (30 cm)
Approx. 14"
(35 cm)
• Do not expose the massage lounger to direct sunlight or high
temperatures, such as in front of a heater, etc., as this can cause
discoloration or hardening of the synthetic leather.
• Place the unit on a mat to prevent floor damage.
Mat
• When placing a mat under the unit, the size of the mat should be
sufficient (at least 47 × 28 in. (120 × 70 cm)) to cover the areas
where the unit touches and where the legrest could touch the
floor, as shown in the diagram on the right.
• Install the unit near a power outlet.
Area where legrest
could touch the floor
Area where unit
touches the floor
everything from the box and installing the unit
2 Removing
• Use care to prevent lower back and other injuries that could occur when lifting this heavy object (approx. 176 bs. (80 kg)).
(The unit must be carried by two persons.)
• When using the wheels to move the unit, place a mat on the floor to protect the floor surface.
To put the unit down on the floor
• Put the unit down slowly and carefully watch your step.
• Put down the legrest by holding it with your hands until it has been set on the floor completely. If you release your hands
before the legrest is fully extended, the legrest will forcefully return to the initial position.
Fabric Section
Place your
Hold the cloth fingers in the
section on the groove
underside
Legrest
Back cover
Groove
Mat
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Confirm that the main unit and the accessories are in the box.
Main unit
Width: Approx. 27" (68 cm)
Height: Approx. 26" (66 cm)
Length: Approx. 63" (160 cm)
Accessories
• Control Panel Stand
• Pillow
• Armrests (Right/Left)
Control panel
holder
Left/Right indication
Fixing screw
Small holes on the inside fabric are an intentional
part of the functional design.
Clip
• Allen Key — 1
(Cross-section)
0.2"
(4 mm)
• Control Panel Stand Covers
• Sole Reflexology Plates
• Attachment Screws (M6 × 16) — 7
This is installed on the sole
massage section prior to leaving
the factory.
• Lock Switch Keys — 2
One of the lock switch keys has been inserted
in the lock switch prior to leaving the factory.
The other lock switch key is a spare to be
stored for safekeeping out of the reach of
children.
Documents including the Operating Instructions
Do not remove this tag.
• Operating Instructions
• Child Safety Instructions (Yellow brochure)
• How to transport and move (Yellow brochure)
• Notes for body scanning (Pink brochure)
• Quick Start Manual
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Assembly
1 Attaching the
Groove
armrests
Armrest
(On both the right and left
sides)
1. Insert the armrest into the
unit.
• Be careful to avoid pinching
your fingers.
(1) A
lign the
position
Right/Left
indication
(2) F
asten the armrest with
the attachment screws.
Main unit
Pipe
2. Fasten the armrest with the Attachment
attachment screws.
Screw
Set the two attachment
screws in place by hand
first and then tighten
firmly with the allen key.
Turn screws
clockwise to
tighten.
Use this Screw
Attachment Screw (M6 ×
16)
Inside
Attachment Screw
Outside
×4
(Black × 2, Silver × 2)
Allen key
Select screws
according to the
color of the chair.
Make sure that the seat
surface is not damaged.
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Attaching the control panel stand to the right or left side panel of the unit
2 (Diagram
shows attachment to right armrest.)
1. Insert the attachment screw into the lower hole first
and then tighten lightly by hand.
The position of the control panel when seated can be
selected by choosing the appropriate hole for the screw.
2. Securing the stand with the attachment screws.
Tighten the two screws for the remaining two holes
lightly by hand and then tighten firmly with the allen key.
Near
Approx.
20˚
Far
Control panel stand
2
1 Insert the attachment
screw in either hole and
then tighten.
Attachment screw
Allen key
Use this screw
Attachment Screw (M6 × 16)
×3
To attach the control panel stand using the attachment
screws, tighten the screws level with the holes as
shown in the figure below.
If the screws are tightened at an angle, the hole may
become deformed and the screws may become stuck in
the middle.
Control panel
stand
Control panel stand
(Silver × 3)
Hole
Attachment screw
Hole
Attachment
screw
Allen key
Allen key
Do not tighten the
screw at an angle
with the hole.
Tighten the screws
level with the holes.
the control panel stand covers
3 Attaching
(On both the right and left sides)
Cover for Side WITH
Control Panel Stand
Cover for Side WITHOUT
Control Panel Stand
The method for attaching the covers is the same for both sides.
The diagram shows the side where the control panel stand is
attached.
1. Insert the top tabs on the cover into the bottom
notches on the armrest.
2. Insert the bottom tabs into the notches on the
armrest.
Bottom tabs
Notches
Top tabs
Control panel
stand cover
Notches
Push the cover until
you hear it click.
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When removing the control panel stand cover
1. Insert the head of a flat-tip screwdriver in the gap
under the mark (O).
Gap
2. Push the bottom tab of the cover up to lift the cover.
3. Perform the same procedures as 1 and 2 above for
the other gap.
4. Pull the cover up diagonally.
2
• Performing this procedure with the allen key or a
Phillips screwdriver could damage the unit.
1
Flat-tip
screwdriver
(Not included in
the standard
configuration)
2
4 Raising the backrest to the
upright position
1. Insert the power plug into the power outlet.
2. Confirm the key lock is set to the “open”
position.
3. Confirm the power switch is set to the “on”
position.
4. Press the
button on the control panel
twice.
The backrest will rise to the upright position
automatically.
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Moving the control panel cord to the left side (when control panel stand is on left
side)
1. Press the
2. Press the
Legrest
button on the control panel to turn on the power.
button on the control panel and hold until the legrest
has risen far as it will go.
Continue pressing until a “beep-beep-beep” sound is heard.
3. Remove the control panel cord from the cord-holder groove.
4. Move the control panel cord under the legrest to the left side.
5. Fasten the control panel cord at two points in the cord-holder groove.
Cord-Holder Groove
Control Panel Cord
Push in
Control Panel Cord
5 Placing the control panel into the
control panel stand
1. Fit the groove on the side of the control panel to the
projection on the inside of the holder.
Backside of the
control panel
Projection on the
inside of the holder
Groove on the control panel
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2. Fasten the control panel cord using the clip.
Lift the control panel to remove.
Clip
Fasten the cord so that the
Control panel cord portion under the clip is
not slack.
6 Attaching the pillow
1. Attach the pillow to the velcro fastener.
• See page 34 for a guide to the position of the pillow
Pillow
Velcro
fasteners
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Before sitting down
Check the following before using the unit
Check the surrounding area
1 Make
sure there are no objects, people, or pets in the vicinity of the unit.
2 Check the power cord and the power plug
Warning
• Remove dust from the power plug periodically.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in
defective insulation of the cord due to moisture.
Clean dust from the cord using a dry cloth.
• Do not damage the power cord and the power
plug.
(Do not damage, expose to heat sources, bend,
twist, pull forcibly, bundle or place heavy objects
on the cord.)
Using a damaged power cord and/or the power plug
may result in electric shocks, short circuits, or fires.
Ask your sales dealer to repair the power cord and/or
the power plug, or contact a customer service center.
Check
3 Switching on the power supply
1. Insert the power plug into an electrical outlet.
2. Turn the lock switch key to the “open” position.
3. Slide the power switch to the “on” position.
Warning
• Insert the power plug firmly until it stops
completely.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in
electric shocks or fires due to heat generation.
• Do not exceed the rated values of the plug and the
wiring or use any voltage other than the rated
voltage. (The unit cannot be used abroad or used
with a transformer.)
Failure to observe this precaution may result in
electric shocks, malfunctioning or fires due to heat
generation.
• Do not handle the power plug with wet hands.
Doing so may result in electric shocks.
4 Check the unit
1. Make sure there are no tears or rips in the fabric.
Fabric Check
Warning
• Lift the back cushion and make sure the fabric on
the backrest is not torn. (Even if it is torn very
slightly, stop using the unit immediately, remove
the power plug, and request repairs.)
Using the unit with the fabric torn may result in injury
or electric shocks.
Backrest
Back cushion
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2. Make sure there is no foreign objects on
the chair.
Caution
• Sit on the unit after confirming there is
no foreign matter between the parts of
the unit. (Check for foreign objects on
the backrest, or leg/sole massage
section.)
Failure to observe this precaution may result
in accident or injury.
Leg/Sole massage
section
3. Make sure the massage heads are in the retracted position.
Caution
• Sit on the unit after confirming the massage
heads are in the retracted position.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in
accident or injury.
3. Retracted position
When the massage heads are not in the retracted position
Press the
button twice to return the massage heads to the
retracted position.
Legrest
slide lever
4. Make sure the legrest is in the fully lowered position.
Caution
• Do not stand on the legrest or place any object on
it when the legrest is not in the fully lowered
position.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in
accident or injury from the foot part of the legrest
turning or the unit tipping over.
4. Check
To lower the legrest
Make sure the legrest has fully returned to the original position by pulling the legrest slide lever, and then press the
button twice.
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Program Massages
Pre-Program
Quick Massage
the
button to turn on the power.
1 •Press
The power will turn off automatically if the massage does not start within 3 minutes after turning on the power.
2 Press one of the flashing buttons (
) to select the
program.
Pre-Program and Quick Massage Characteristics (Upper Body)
• See page 20 for an overview of the respective programs.
SHIATSU: Uses mainly shiatsu massage to loosen
up deep-seated knots of tension. Recommended
for those with severe stiffness and tension.
STRETCH: Uses mainly compression to slowly
stretch muscles and joints. Recommended when a
refreshing stretch is desired
DEEP: Uses mainly kneading to manipulate and
loosen muscles. Recommended for those with mild
stiffness and tension.
QUICK: Covers all areas using a variety of
massage actions in a span of just 5 minutes.
SWEDISH: Uses mainly Swedish massage to
gently invigorate and promote circulation.
Recommended for those experiencing fatigue and
weariness.
1. Body scanning will commence when the program is selected.
The body scanning will properly detect height ranges between approximately 4'7" and 6'8" (140 and 185 cm).
Sit as far back in the seat as possible
with your head on the pillow.
The unit will automatically
recline to the correct
measuring position.
Reclined
approx. 12˚
Correct Massage
Position
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
NECK (Neck)
SHOULDER (Shoulder)
MIDDLE (Back)
LOWER (Lower back)
Adjust the pillow
height so that the
bottom edge of the
pillow is at ear level.
See page 34.
Raised
approx. 55˚
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2. Approximately 30 seconds after the body scanning starts, the massage heads slowly lower to the shoulder
position, and a soft tapping action begins to determine your shoulder height.
Massage Head
Tapping
action
Keep your head on the pillow until the soft tapping begins.
Lifting your head from the pillow will result in incorrect
determination of the shoulder position.
3. Confirm that the shoulder position has been correctly determined according to the position of the soft tapping.
Too high
Correct position of the massage head
(The point where the tapping action should be felt.)
Too low
• When the shoulder position is incorrect, adjust the shoulder position while the soft tapping is in progress (for
approximately 15 seconds), and use the POSITION button to move the massage heads up or down.
A single press of the button will raise or lower
the massage heads approximately 0.5" (1.2 cm).
4. The massage will start after body scanning is complete.
The legrest height will adjust automatically based on the body scanning results. The soles of the feet should be touching
the footrest wells. You may still adjust the length of the legrest with the lever on the right side of the seat (see below). You
may also further adjust the height of the ottoman electronically (see page 31).
When the massage starts
Adjust the length of the legrest to accommodate the position of
the backs of your calves or knees to fit into the legrest wells.
Push the legrest with the sole
of your foot while pulling the
legrest slide lever.
During a massage
• To change off/on for “LEG/FOOT” and adjust its intensity, see page 28.
• If you want to turn the leg stretch massage off/on, see page 30.
• If you want to adjust the legrest, see page 31 and 32.
• If you want to adjust the intensity and position of the massage on the upper body using the massage heads, see page 26
and 27.
• If you want to adjust the reclining angle, see page 31.
• If you want to use the “ULTRA KNEAD” function or “REPEAT” function, see page 26.
• If you want to finish a massage, see page 38 and 39.
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Overview of the Pre-Program and Quick Massage (Upper Body)
Shiatsu Program (I)
1) Ultra knead/ 2) Ultra knead/ 3) Ultra knead/ 4) Ultra knead/ 5) Ultra knead/ 6) Ultra knead/ 7) Finishing
Shiatsu on Neck/ Shiatsu on Back/ Shiatsu on Neck/ Shiatsu on Back/ Shiatsu on Neck/ Kneading on
Touches
Shoulder
Lower back
Shoulder
Lower back
Shoulder
Back/Lower back
Deep Program (II)
1) Ultra knead/ 2) Ultra knead/ 3) Ultra knead/
Kneading of
Kneading of
Kneading of
Neck/Shoulder Back/Lower back Neck/Shoulder
Swedish Program (III)
1) Ultra knead/ 2) Swedish on
Swedish from
Neck/Shoulder
Neck to Lower
back
Stretch Program (IV)
1) Kneading from 2) Narrow
Neck to Lower Pressing
back
4) Ultra knead/ 5) Ultra knead/
Kneading of
Kneading of
Back/Lower back Neck/Shoulder
6) Ultra knead/
Kneading of
Lower back
7) Ultra knead/
Kneading of
Shoulder
3) Ultra knead/ 4) Swedish on
Swedish on
Neck/Shoulder
Back/Lower back
5) Ultra knead/ 6) Swedish from 7) Finishing
Swedish on
Neck to Lower Touches
Back/Lower back back
3) Ultra knead
from Neck to
Lower back
5) Ultra knead/ 6) Narrow
Pressing on
Stretching
Back/Lower back
4) Narrow
Pressing/
Stretching
8) Finishing
Touches
7) Swedish/
8) Finishing
Stretching on
Touches
Back/Lower back
Quick Program (V)
1) Ultra knead/ 2) Ultra knead/ 3) Finishing
Shiatsu on Neck/ Swedish on
Touches
Shoulder
Back/Lower back
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Creating Self-Programs
Self-Program
Self-Program
The Self-Program allows you to create a massage where you determine the time and intensity in neck, shoulders, back, and
lower back by selecting from levels 0 (no massage) to 3 (longest and most intense).
the
button to turn on the power.
1 Press
• The power will turn off automatically if no operation is executed for 3 minutes without performing massage.
the right cover and press the
button.
2 Open
The self-program setting display on the top right of the display will flash.
Display
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3 Set the time and intensity for the neck, shoulder, back, and lower back,
respectively (
).
• The level shifts sequentially whenever the button is pressed.
Display
How to shift the level
• Press the
button to shift the levels for “NECK,” “SHOULDER,” “MIDDLE,” and “LOWER” by one up/down at the same
time.
• 3 bars represents more time than one bar.
• If all areas are 3 bars, then both time will be equally long and the massage will be strong in all areas.
• If all areas are just one bar, then massage length will be the same, and intensity will be lighter.
4 Press the
button to start the program.
The massage will start after the body scanning.
To change the time and intensity in the middle of a massage
Set the condition again with Steps
• Press the
automatically.
3 and 4 .
button within approximately 30 seconds after resetting in Step
3 , otherwise the reset will be cancelled
Setting the Time and Intensity
• In the Self-Program, the actions and time for the respective
body parts will be set according to the settings picked by the
user. Fewer bars means both less time and less strength. If
you don’t want a massage at all in an area, set the bars to
“0”.
Massage actions for the respective level of
fatigue
Stronger massage mainly Shiatsu
Massage Sequence
• The massage starts in the area with the highest numbers of
bars selected, and moves successively from highest to
lowest.
• If the levels of fatigue are the same, the massage will follow
the sequence of “NECK,” “SHOULDER,” “MIDDLE,” and
then “LOWER.”
Massage at an intermediate level, mainly
Kneading
Softer massage mainly Swedish
No massage for this part
During a massage
• To change off/on for “LEG/FOOT” and adjust its intensity, see page 28.
• If you want to turn the leg stretch massage off/on, see page 30.
• If you want to adjust the legrest, see page 31 and 32.
• If you want to adjust the intensity and position of the massage on the upper body using the massage heads, see page 26
and 27.
• If you want to adjust the reclining angle, see page 31.
• If you want to use the “ULTRA KNEAD” function or “REPEAT” function, see page 26.
• If you want to finish a massage, see page 38 and 39.
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Manual Selection Massages
Manual Operation
Manual Operation
Manual Operation provides a massage of your favorite body part with your favorite action by selecting neck, shoulder, back, or
lower back and an action.
the
button to turn on the power.
1 Press
• The power will turn off automatically if no operation is executed for 3 minutes without performing massage.
2 Open the right cover and press the
button.
The manual setting display on the top right of the display will flash.
Display
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3 Select the location you want to massage (
• You can select an action combined with “FULL ROLL” by pressing the
).
button.
Display
4 Select the massage action (
).
By pushing on the body part again, the massage action will toggle down from ultra knead to tap. Shoulder massage will
toggle all the way to grasp.
the
button to start the action.
5 Press
The massage will start after the body scanning.
Body scanning for Manual Operation
For the Neck/Shoulder: Normal body scanning.
Back/Lower back: Simple body scanning. (The massage heads will not come up to the shoulder position.)
To change an action in the middle of a massage
Select your favorite one again in Steps
3 to 5 .
• Press the
button within approximately 30 seconds after reselecting an action in Step
be cancelled automatically.
3 , otherwise the reselection will
Adding tapping, regional rolling, auto width
Press the following buttons (
).
• These actions cannot be selected independently.
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Description of Massage action (The figures are images of the respective
operations.)
ULTRA KNEAD
Kneading action at small
points.
SHIATSU
Action compressing muscle
knots vertically.
KNEAD
Deep kneading action.
STRETCH
Slow stretching action.
TAP
Tapping action for right and
left alternately.
FULL ROLL
Action stretching the body
along the backbone.
SWEDISH
Action of rubbing gently
across a wide area.
For additional operations
The following variations can be added to the actions listed above.
TAP 1:
Add tapping actions where the speed will
increase and decrease gradually.
TAP 2:
Adding tapping where the speed is fast and
slow reciprocally.
REGIONAL ROLL:
Adding actions that move
partly in the vertical
direction.
AUTO WIDTH:
Adding actions that move
in the horizontal direction
in 1.5" (3.8 cm).
During a massage
• To change off/on for “LEG/FOOT” and adjust its intensity, see page 28.
• If you want to turn the leg stretch massage off/on, see page 30.
• If you want to adjust the legrest, see page 31 and 32.
• If you want to adjust the intensity and position of the massage on the upper body using the massage heads, see page 26
and 27.
• If you want to adjust the reclining angle, see page 31.
• If you want to finish a massage, see page 38 and 39.
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Adjustments During a Massage
ULTRA KNEAD
REPEAT
SPEED
BACK INTENSITY
POSITION
Changing the program
Only for the Pre-Program, Quick Massage, and Self-Program
Display
Ultra knead function
• When the button is pressed, the Ultra knead action will be repeated on
that point for a certain period.
For details of the Ultra knead action, see page 25.
This will be turned on when the action
is repeated.
Repeat function
• The action at the time when the button is pressed will be repeated.
• For example, 15 seconds of shoulder kneading will become
30 seconds of kneading when the repeat function is pressed.
This will be turned on when the action
is repeated.
Adjusting the speed
Display
For the Pre-Program, Quick Massage, and Self-Program
• The speed cannot be adjusted.
For Manual Operation
• The speed can be adjusted in 5 steps.
Speed 1
Speed 2
Speed 3
Speed 4
Speed 5
Adjusting the intensity
The intensity may not change immediately if the button is pressed in the middle of an action.
Display
For the Pre-Program, Quick Massage, and Self-Program
• The intensity can be adjusted in 3 steps.
Light
For Manual Operation
• Adjustment is possible until a “beep-beep-beep” sound
indicating the limit point is heard.
The adjustable range varies with the actions and body parts.
See page 27
Medium
Strong
Intensity 1 Intensity 2 Intensity 3 Intensity 4 Intensity 5
or more
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Adjusting the position
The position may not change immediately if the button is pressed in the middle of an action.
For the Pre-Program, Quick Massage, and Self-Program
• Fine adjustment is possible.
(Maximum numbers of adjustment)
At some positions, it is impossible to adjust
twice.
(Adjustable range)
Approx. 0.9" (2.4 cm)
Twice
Approx. 0.5" (1.2 cm)
Approx. 0.5" (1.2 cm)
Twice
Twice
Approx. 0.3"
(0.8 cm)
Approx. 0.3"
(0.8 cm)
Approx. 0.2"
(0.4 cm)
Twice
Approx. 0.9" (2.4 cm)
For Manual Operation
• Adjustment is possible until a “beep-beep-beep” sound indicating the limit point is heard.
The adjustable range varies with the actions and body parts.
See below.
• For adjustment in the vertical direction, the position will move continuously as long as you press the button.
Width Adjustment Limits
Adjustment of range of intensity
Range (A)
• For a massage of the upper body, the maximum depth and
intensity of the massage heads are limited for safety reasons.
• The intensity at Range (B) or (C) in the right figure can be set
to stronger than Range (A).
Adjustment is possible until a “beep-beep-beep” indication is
sounded.
Range (B)
Range (C)
Range that can be massaged on the upper body
Approx. 3" (7 cm)
Approx. 8" (21 cm)
Approx. 30" (76 cm)
Approx. 30" (76 cm)
For “FULL ROLL”
(Including actions combined with “FULL ROLL”)
Approx. 3" (7 cm)
Approx. 7" (18 cm)
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Air Massage Adjustments
Air Massage
• When a pre-program and quick massage are selected, the air massage
is automatically turned on.
• When Self-Program and Manual Operation are selected, the air massage
is turned off.
1 Open the left cover.
2 Press the
button to turn each off or on.
Leg/Sole
Display
To execute the air massage only
After turning on the power by pressing the
button, press the
button.
It is possible to confirm whether the air
massage is turned on or off on the display.
(The lamp is turned on: [ON], the lamp is
turned off: [OFF])
• The power will turn off automatically if no operation is executed for
3 minutes.
Leg/Sole
Adjusting the intensity
Air intensity level display
Press the
button to adjust the intensity.
• The intensity can be adjusted in 5 steps.
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Adjusting the Legrest length
Adjust the legrest so that your feet fit snugly.
For a person who is smaller:
• If the legrest is raised up, the fit with your leg and sole of your
foot will be better.
Press the
button.
For a person who is tall:
• Push the legrest out by pulling back on the legrest slide lever.
• Tall people will have a better fit by lowering the legrest
somewhat.
Press the
button.
Pull the legrest
slide lever.
Push with the soles
of your feet to slide
the legrest out.
Raise the legs slightly
and the legrest returns.
For those who are very tall, or for those who want a complete calf massage, the ottoman
pivots down around the ankle.
Sole section
For the foot reflexology plate
The plate is removable.
Opening
To insert the plate
Each plate is different slightly. Be sure to follow the pictures
below to insert correctly.
For the left foot
Projections are on
the upper side.
For the right foot
Toe
Heel
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Using the leg stretch massage
• When Pre-Program and Quick Massage are selected, the leg stretch massage is turned on.
• When Self-Program and Manual Operation are selected, the leg stretch massage is turned off.
1 Open the left cover.
2 Press the
button to turn the function off or on.
Display
To execute the leg stretch massage only
After turning on the power by pressing the
press the
button,
(stretch legs) button.
The display will indicate if the stretch function is turned
on or off.
(The lamp is turned on: [ON], the lamp is turned off: [OFF])
• The power will turn off automatically if no operation is
executed for 3 minutes.
Leg stretch
Operations of the leg stretch
1. After grasping the legs with air, the
legs are stretched as the legrest is
lowered approximately 10 degrees
from the massage position.
Lowered by
approximately
10 degrees
2. Once the legrest returns to the original 3. When the operation is complete, the
angle, the legrest is then lowered
legrest will return to the angle at the
approximately 30 degrees to stretch
time before the operation.
the legs further.
Lowered by
approximately
30 degrees
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Ottoman and Backrest height adjustment
Adjusting the reclining angle and the angle of the legrest
1 Press the
2 Press the
button to turn on the power.
or
button to adjust the angle.
• Movement will continue until a “beep-beep-beep” sound is heard if the buttons are held down.
• The legrest will start to move shortly after the backrest.
Approx. 120˚
Approx. 85˚
Approx.
170˚
Approx. 0˚
If the backrest reclines to an angle where you
cannot touch the buttons on the control panel from
the seat, hold the control panel in your hand.
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Extending out the legrest
Slide the legrest to your favorite position by pulling the legrest slide lever.
1 (The
legrest will slide approximately 5" (12 cm).)
Pull the legrest slide
lever back.
Push with soles of feet and
the legrest slides out.
Raise legs slightly and legrest returns.
2 Release the legrest slide lever when it reaches your favorite position.
Legrest slide lever
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Adjusting the voice guidance volume
Press the
button to adjust the volume.
Press the button to shift
the volume level by one
up/down.
Display
Volume
“Off”
“Soft”
“Medium”
Default Setting
“Loud”
The single beep (when a
button is pressed) and the
triple beep (when the
adjustable setting limit is
reached) will always be
audible.
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Adjusting the control panel stand and pillow
Adjusting the control panel stand
The direction of the pivoting stand can be adjusted.
Ball joint
Front/Back
Left/Right
Adjusting the pillow for correct height during a massage
1. Remove the pillow.
2. A
djust the height of the pillow so that the 3. A
ttach the pillow on the velcro
bottom edge is at ear level.
fasteners.
• If positioned too low, the pillow may
interfere with a massage of the area
around the neck.
Pillow
Pillow
Lower edge
of the pillow
Velcro
fasteners
Ear level
• When the reclining angle changes, the
position of the pillow may shift. In that
case, adjust the position again.
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Advanced user memory function
The user memory function retains the adjustments for a massage, such as “REPEAT” function or “BACK INTENSITY,” so that the
massage will start with the saved settings.
Saving the user program settings
• See page 36 for the settings that can be saved.
After completing the massage, or when the massage is stopped by pressing the
, the
buttons will flash and the unit ready to save any settings that changed during the
massage.
1 Press the button for the program settings that you want to save while the
buttons flash (for approximately 15 seconds).
The program settings have been saved when the button you pressed and the user memory display
turn on.
When the selected button starts flashing quickly
Other settings are already saved.
To update with new program settings, press the same button again.
• To maintain the saved programs, press a different button.
• The operation must be executed within approximately 15 seconds after the button starts flashing quickly.
When you want to use your saved massage settings
the
button to turn on the power.
1 Press
• The power will turn off automatically if no operation is executed for 3 minutes without performing massage.
2 Press the
The user memory display
button used to save your settings.
turns on.
3 Select from Pre-Program, Quick Massage, Self-Program, or Manual Operation.
• Massage starts without pressing the
button.
• It is also possible to change the settings. In that case, press
button after the settings are changed.
4 The massage will start after the body scanning is completed.
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Settings that can be saved
The latest settings entered by the user during programs or manual operation will be saved.
For Pre-Program, Quick Massage, and Self-Program
Self-program levels
Leg stretch settings
Air massage settings
Intensity of massage heads
Ultra Knead/Repeat/Position
• Settings for 8 different times for the respective programs
can be saved.
• If the number of saved settings exceeds 8, the oldest one
will be deleted.
• See pages 26 to 27 for detailed functions.
For Manual Operation
Massage action
settings
Leg stretch settings
Air massage settings
Massage head position
Speed, tapping, regional rolling, auto width
Note: The following will not be saved:
• Reclining angle
• Length of ottoman extension
• Manual operation settings
* Massage intensity
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Erasing saved data
the
button to turn on the power.
1 Press
• The power will turn off automatically if the massage does not start within 3 minutes after turning on the power.
the button corresponding to the settings you wish to delete.
2 Press
Only the button pressed will illuminate.
3 Confirm the program selection buttons flash.
the same button again and hold for 3 or more seconds.
4 Press
The pressed button will flash.
the button once again while it is flashing (for approximately 15 seconds).
5 Press
The change from flashing to steady indicates that the deletion is complete.
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After completing the massage
The massage will be completed in approximately 15 minutes. For a quick massage, 5 minutes.
• Since the foot section pivots, the legrest will return to a down and retracted position so that you can safely sit up. To return the
back of the chair to the original position, press the
button twice. The chair does not automatically come up since you
may be resting comfortably.
Interrupting the massage
the legrest to the original position and then press the
1 •Return
The massage heads move to the retracted position.
button.
• The legrest lowers and the backrest rises automatically. The backrest will move after the massage heads retract.
Pull the legrest
slide lever back.
Raise the legs
slightly and the
legrest returns.
When the massage is complete
The
buttons will flash and the unit ready to save any settings that changed during the massage.
Not saving the settings
It is not necessary to operate. The operation will complete after approx. 15 seconds.
Saving the settings
See pages 35 to 37 “Advanced user memory function.”
Emergency Stop
the
button.
1 •Press
All operations will stop immediately.
The user program will not be saved in this case.
• Get off the unit carefully to prevent the unit tipping over.
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Disconnecting the power
Warning
• After use, always slide the power switch to the “off” position, turn the lock switch to the “lock” position and remove
the lock switch key.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in accident or injury due to children playing with the controls.
Caution
• Always hold the power plug, not the power cord, when unplugging from an outlet.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in electric shock or short-circuit.
• Unplug the power plug from the outlet when the unit is not in use.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in electrical fire due to deterioration of insulation caused by dust and moisture.
• Keep the lock switch key out of reach of children.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in accident or injury due to accidental ingestion or children playing with the
controls.
1 Slide the power switch to the “off”
position.
2 Turn the lock switch key to the “lock”
position.
Power supply box
3 Remove the power plug from the
electrical outlet.
4 The lock switch key must be stored
out of the reach of children.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Caution
• Always unplug the unit before cleaning it. Never touch a power plug with wet hands.
Failure to follow these instructions may lead to electrical shock or burns.
Areas covered with synthetic leather
Wipe these areas with a soft, dry cloth.
• Do not use any leather maintenance tools that are commercially available (chemical
cloth or chemicals).
This can cause discoloration or hardening of the synthetic leather.
• If the synthetic leather is particularly dirty, wipe it in the following manner.
1. Soak a soft cloth in water or a 3% to 5% solution of mild detergent and
wring it out thoroughly.
2. Dab the surface with the moistened cloth.
3. Rinse the cloth in water, wring it out thoroughly, and then wipe any
remaining detergent from the surface.
4. Wipe the surfaces with a soft, dry cloth.
5. Allow to dry naturally.
• Do not use a hair dryer to dry the surface more quickly.
• Since colors may transfer from clothing to the synthetic leather surface, be careful
when using the unit with clothing such as jeans or colored clothes.
• Do not allow these areas to come in contact with plastic for extended periods of time
as this may lead to discoloration.
• Do not use thinners, benzine, or alcohol.
Pipe and Plastic Area
Seat Fabric
1 Wipe the unit with a cloth
1 Wipe the seat fabric with a cloth soaked in
moistened with mild detergent
and thoroughly wrung out.
• Do not use thinners, benzine, or alcohol.
2 Wipe the unit with a cloth
moistened with plain water and
thoroughly wrung out.
• Be sure you thoroughly wring out the cloth first
when cleaning the control panel.
3 Allow the unit to dry naturally.
mild detergent and thoroughly wrung out.
• Do not use thinners, benzine, or alcohol.
2 Use water or a mild detergent and brush
on areas where the seat fabric is
particularly soiled.
• Be careful not to brush the fabric too much to avoid damage.
3 Wipe the unit with a cloth moistened with
plain water and thoroughly wrung out.
4 Allow the unit to dry naturally.
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Moving the Unit
Caution
• Always return the legrest to its original position before moving the unit.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in injury due to the legrest returning to its original position when the unit is being
moved.
• Do not move the unit while someone is seated in it.
Failure to do so may result in accident or injury due to the unit tipping over.
• When moving the unit with the wheels, remove all obstacles from around it, make sure the backrest is in the upright
position, lift it no higher than waist height (no higher than 32" (80 cm)), and roll it slowly.
Failure to do so may cause the unit to tip over, which may lead to damage or injury.
Lifting the Unit
Move the unit by having one person firmly hold onto the fabric section on the underside of the legrest and another person use
the groove on the back cover of the backrest.
• Please hold the groove and the legrest securely to avoid dropping the unit as it may damage the floor.
Fabric
section
Place your
fingers in
the groove.
Groove
Hold onto the fabric
section on the underside
of the legrest.
Legrest
Place the control
panel on the seat.
Back cover
To put the unit down on the floor
Put the unit down carefully, making sure your feet are clear of the base.
Put down the legrest by holding it with your hands until it has been set on the floor completely. If you release your hands before
the legrest is fully extended, the legrest will forcibly return to the initial position.
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Using the wheels to move the unit
Move the unit by holding onto the fabric section on the underside of the legrest and using the wheels.
Fabric section
Roll the unit slowly
Hold onto the fabric section on
the underside of the legrest
Place the control panel
on the seat.
Lift it no higher than
waist height
Place a mat on the floor to avoid damaging the floor.
Wheels
To put the unit down on the floor
• Put the unit down carefully, making sure your feet are clear of the base.
• Put down the legrest by holding it with your hands until it has been set on the floor completely. If you release your hands before
the legrest is fully extended, the legrest will forcibly return to the initial position.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem
Motor Noises
• It sounds and feels like the massage heads are straining to
get over wrinkles in the cloth.
• The motor groans when it comes under load.
• There is excessive noise during Tapping. (The noise is
greater at the top of the massage lounger.)
• There is a creaking noise when the massage heads are in
operation.
• There is a rattling sound when the massage heads move up
or down.
• The belt can be heard rotating.
• There is a rubbing sound produced by the massage heads
rubbing on the seat fabric.
• There is a noise when the back cushion moves over the
armrest when the seat is reclining.
• There is a noise when I sit down.
• There is a strange sound when the massage heads move in
and out.
• There is operational noise when applying air pressure.
• There is a noise of discharging air.
• The legrest rattles.
• There is a humming sound from the pump.
• There is operational noise of valves under the seat.
• There is an unstable sound when air escapes during the leg
stretch.
The massage heads stop during operation.
The massage heads do not come up to the shoulder or
neck.
The height of the left and right massage heads is
different.
It is not possible to recline the unit.
The legrest cannot be raised or lowered.
Cause and Remedy
These sounds are perfectly normal and will not have any effect
on the operation of the unit.
If excessive force is applied to the massage heads during
operation, in the interests of safety the massage heads may
stop moving.
If all markings and buttons on the control panel 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.
If the massage heads stop again, position yourself so that your
back is not completely in contact with the backrest. (Caution
should be exercised particularly when used by persons
weighing 220 lbs (100 kg) or more.)
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. Sit on
the seat in the deepest position and put your head on the
pillow, and then repeat the operations again from the start.
(See page 19)
An alternating tapping method is employed, which means that
this phenomenon will naturally occur. There is nothing wrong
with the unit.
Reclining does not take place even though a massage is
started in pre-programs.
(The seat does not automatically recline.)
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.
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.
In some cases the seat may not automatically recline
depending on the position (angle) of the backrest or the
legrest.
The backrest does not return to the upright position.
If the unit is stopped by automatic shut-off or by pressing the
button, it will not return automatically. (To return from the
reclined position to the original position, press the
button
twice.)
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Problem
The unit will not operate at all.
• Upper body (neck to lower back) massage
• Lower body (calves) massage
Cause and Remedy
• The power cord has been disconnected. (See page 16)
• The power switch on the unit has not been turned on.
• A Pre-Program button or Manual Operation button hasn’t
been pressed after pressing
Sometimes the power won’t turn on when
again when a massage has finished.
is pressed
.
Approximately 5 seconds are required for program termination
after a massage finishes. Wait at least 5 seconds once all
movement has stopped before pressing
The unit has been damaged.
The power cord or power plug is abnormally hot.
.
Stop using the unit immediately.
Stop using the unit immediately.
Warning
• Do not attempt to repair, disassemble or modify the unit.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in fire or injury due to malfunctioning.
Caution
• Unplug the power plug immediately and contact a customer service center to arrange for repairs if the unit ceases to
function or is otherwise not working properly.
Failure to observe this precaution may result in electric shock or fire.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply
Power consumption
Massage area (Up-Down)
Massage area (Left-Right)
Upper body massage
AC 120 V 60 Hz
175 W
Approx. 30 in. (76 cm) (The massage heads move a total of approx. 26 in. (65 cm))
Distance between massage heads during operation (massage width adjustable)
Neck, Shoulder, Back, Lower back: Approx. 3 – 8 in. (7 – 21 cm)
Massage area (Forward-back) Projected amount of massage head (Intensity adjustable)
Approx. 4 in. (10 cm)
Massage speed
Tap: Approx. 250 – 450 cycles/minute (single side)
Full roll: Approx. 26 – 92 seconds (both ways)
Other than the above: approx. 6 – 50 cycles/minute
Lateral/Vertical Travel
Lateral travel: Approx. 1.5 in. (3.8 cm) left-right auto return
Vertical travel (Long): Approx. 30 in. (76 cm) up-down auto return
Vertical travel (Short): Approx. 4 in. (10 cm) up-down auto return
Massage width
Full roll, Vertical Movement: Approx. 3 – 7 in. (7 – 18 cm)
Other than the above: Same as massage area (left-right)
Air Pressure (Calf)
5: Approx. 32 kPa
4: Approx. 29 kPa
3: Approx. 21 kPa
2: Approx. 11 kPa
1: Approx. 4 kPa
* It may vary with the area slightly.
Reclining angle
Backrest: Approx 120˚ – 170˚
Legrest: Approx 0˚ – 85˚
Automatic Shut-off
Automatically turns off after approx. 15 minutes (approx. 5 minutes for the quick massage)
When not reclined
Approx. 47.2 × 33.1 × 50 in. (120 × 84 × 127 cm)
(H × W × D)
Air massage
Dimensions
When reclined
(H × W × D)
Weight of Unit
Dimension of box (H × W × D)
Weight in box
Maximum user weight
Minimum distance from wall
Approx. 28.3 × 33.1 × 76.8 in. (72 × 84 × 195 cm)
Approx. 159 lbs. (72 kg)
Approx. 28.3 × 30.7 × 65.4 in. (72 × 78 × 166 cm)
Approx. 194 lbs. (88 kg)
Approx. 264 lbs (120 kg)
15.7 in. (40 cm)
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Panasonic Consumer
Electronics Company
One Panasonic Way 1H-1
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
1-800-338-0552 for questions and comments.
www.panasonic.com/massage
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