Venice Massage Chair User Manual (MC006)

Restwell Venice
Massage Chair (MC006) Owner’s Handbook
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction
The Restwell range of massage armchairs is
designed to be comfortable and stylish whilst
offering excellent value for money.
2. Parts Description
3. Personal Safety
4. Installation Instructions
5. Massage Function
6. Care and Maintenance
The armchairs come in a variety of fabrics
and styles to suit most decors, and are made
to the highest quality and are CE marked. The
weight limit for the armchair is 21 stone
(136kg).
7. Specification
8. Troubleshooting
9. Fair Wear and Tear
Policy
Restwell is a brand of Medicare Technology.
Medicare Technology is an ISO 9001
certified company. For more details about our
products please see your local stockist.
10. Warranty
PARTS DESCRIPTION
1. Head cushion
2. Back rest
3. Arm rest
4. Seat
5. Foot rest cushion
6. Regulator
7. Power supply
8. 13A plug
9. Hand control
10. Pocket for control
11. Vibrating motors
12. Massage motors
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PERSONAL SAFETY
Ensure that
that only
only Medicare
Medicare parts
parts are
are used
used on
on the
the armchair.
armchair. Periodically
Periodically
Ensure
visually inspect
inspect the
the handset
handset and
and power
power cord
cord for
for signs
signs of
of wear,
wear, chafing
chafing or
or
visually
cracks.
cracks.
When reclining
reclining the
the armchair,
armchair, ensure
ensure that
that you
you will
will not
not collide
collide with
with anybody
anybody
When
behind
you.
Please
ensure
that
no
children
or
pets
are
underneath
the
armchair
behind you. Please ensure that no children or pets are underneath the armchair
before operating
operating the
the recline
recline mechanism.
mechanism.
before
Carelessness Causes
Causes Fire.
Fire. Caution
Caution should
should be
be taken
taken to
to avoid
avoid fire.
fire. Please
Please ensure
Carelessness
ensure
that
all
cigarettes
and
matches
are
properly
extinguished.
Please
be careful
careful of
of
that all cigarettes and matches are properly extinguished. Please be
other
fire
hazards
such
electric
and
gas
fires,
etc
nearby.
other fire hazards such electric and gas fires, etc nearby.
The weight
weight limit
limit on
on the
the armchair
armchair is
is 21
21 stone
stone (136
(136 kg).
kg). Please
Please ensure
ensure that
that only
only
The
one person
person uses
uses the
the massage
massage chair
chair at
at any
any one
one time.
time.
one
Do not
not use
use the
the massage
massage chair
chair in
in dusty,
dusty, humid
humid or
or damp
damp environments
environments as
as this
this
Do
could
affect
the
electrical
and
mechanical
parts
of
the
armchair.
The
armchair
could affect the electrical and mechanical parts of the armchair. The armchair
may also
also be
be sensitive
sensitive to
to temperature
temperature changes.
changes. If
If possible,
possible, try
try to
to gradually
gradually
may
change the
the environment
environment temperature.
temperature. If
If this
this is
is not
not possible,
possible, do
do not
not use
use the
the
change
armchair
for
the
first
hour
after
the
temperature
change.
armchair for the first hour after the temperature change.
Be careful
careful with
with the
the cables
cables on
on the
the massage
massage chair.
chair. When
When plugging/unplugging
plugging/unplugging
Be
parts,
always
grip
the
connectors
(not
the
cables).
Ensure
that cables
cables are
are free,
free,
parts, always grip the connectors (not the cables). Ensure that
not
taut
or
wound
around,
and
that
there
is
no
risk
of
cables
being
caught,
not taut or wound around, and that there is no risk of cables being caught,
snagged or
or chafed.
chafed.
snagged
Keep your
your body
body relaxed
relaxed during
during the
the massage.
massage. IfIf you
you require
require aa more
more gentle
gentle
Keep
massage
place
a
blanket
or
towel
on
the
chair
behind
you.
massage place a blanket or towel on the chair behind you.
Please consult
consult your
your doctor
doctor before
before using
using the
the massage
massage chair
chair if
if you
you are
are
Please
convalescing, pregnant
pregnant or
or have
have any
any of
of the
the following
following conditions:
conditions:
convalescing,
Malignant tumour(s)
tumour(s)
oo Malignant
Heart disease
disease
oo Heart
High fever
fever
oo High
If any
you abnormal
suffer from
any serious
abnormal
and/or
pains
when
If you suffer from
and/or
pains
whenserious
using the
massage
using switch
the massage
switch
off and
the consult
massageyour
function
chair,
off the chair,
massage
function
doctor.and consult your
doctor.
If any of the following occur, switch off the massage chair and remove the
If any supply
of the from
following
occur, switch off the massage chair and remove the
power
the mains:
power supply from the mains:
o The massage chair does not work or has got wet.
o The massage chair does not work or has got wet.
o The fabric of the massage chair is damaged and parts are exposed.
o The fabric of the massage chair is damaged and parts are exposed.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Unpack the massage chair and place
it carefully on the floor.
2. Unfold the chair and tilt the
backrest back until the buckle
locks the backrest in place.
M6 x 30 bolt
3. Secure the headrest and arm pads
with the adhesive tape provided.
M6 x 35 bolt
4. For the footstool, attach the
parts as shown above.
5. Connect the footstool
and chair together and
plug the chair in to the
transformer. Plug the
transformer in to the
mains.
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MASSAGE FUNCTIONS
1. LCD display. Shows:
A. Neck kneading
B. Lower back kneading
C. Seat vibration
D. Legs vibration
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E. Automatic programme
F. Time (Minutes remaining)
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3
AUTO
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P1
P2
P4
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12
SEAT
FOOTREST
TIME
TIME
10
11
2. Auto Button
3. Stronger Neck Knead
4. Stronger Lower Back Knead
5. Neck Knead Direction
6. Lower Back Knead Direction
7. On / Off button
8. Automatic Knead
9. Automatic Knead Direction
10. Footrest Vibration Massage
11. Add Time (1 minute)
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12. Seat Vibration Massage
13. Add Time (10 minutes)
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To operate the Massage function:
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Press the ON / OFF key to switch the massage unit on. The massage
unit will start with a 30 minute massage programme which
automatically alters the massage mode every minute. Press the ON /
OFF key again to switch off the unit.
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To adjust the time which the massage unit will run for (shown by the TIME
display) press the one of the ADD TIME buttons. The time will then increase
up to a maximum of 99 minutes, after which pressing the TIMER key will
reset the time to 1 minute.
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Press the AUTO key to switch the automatic mode cycle function off, which
stops the unit from changing massage mode every minute. Press the AUTO
key to switch on the automatic mode cycle function. When the automatic
mode cycle function is on, this is shown on the LCD dipslay
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Press the STRONGER LOWER BACK KNEAD button to start neck
kneading. Press again to stop. Press the LOWER BACK KNEAD
DIRECTION button to reverse the direction of the kneading.
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Press the STRONGER NECK KNEAD button to start neck kneading. Press
again to stop. Press the NECK KNEAD DIRECTION button to reverse the
direction of the kneading.
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Press the FOOTREST button to start vibrating massage on the footrest. Press
again to stop.
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Press the SEAT button to start vibrating massage on the seat. Press again to
stop.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
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Storage:
o Keep the massage chair dry and clean. Use a dustsheet to protect the
massage chair if it will not be used for a long period.
o Do not expose the chair to strong sunlight or high temperatures, as this
could cause the leather to fade.
o When not in use, switch the massage unit off and disconnect from the
mains.
o Do not put any heavy articles on to the armrest or footstool as this could
damage the armchair and/or cause it to become unstable.
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Cleaning
o Do not rub the surface of the chair with hard or coarse objects.
o The wooden parts of the chair may be cleaned with a duster or dry cloth.
Polish should not be used as this can cause abrasion of the wood.
o Use a damp cloth with mild detergent to clean the leather upholstery and
steel frame. Then wipe with a dry cloth. Do not use detergents containing
alcohol (such as benzene) as this could damage the leather.
o Only use dry cloth to wipe the handset.
SPECIFICATION
Front
Side
All dimensions are in millimetres.
The backrest will recline up to 45º.
The fabric is leather effect PVC.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Consult the following if the armchair malfunctions or cannot be used. If the
problem cannot be remedied do not attempt any repairs as this could cause
damage or injury and may invalidate your warranty.
Symptom
Noisy
operation
The chair
will not
switch on
Cause
Noise occurs during use.
Noise from motors,
especially when no one is
sat in the chair.
No power.
Loose or missing
connection.
Footstool
Footstool will not vibrate
Possible Solution
These are normal sounds during
operation. Possibly from friction
between the massager and the
upholstery
Check the power is on.
Check the PSU is fully in the mains
socket.
Check the handset is connected.
Check footstool is connected to chair
FAIR WEAR AND TEAR POLCIY
Your new armchair is covered by the warranty overleaf. Please note however this
warranty does not include:
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Damage from misuse, and use over the specified weight limit.
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Material fading over time or through sunlight.
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Damage from spills or leaks.
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Collision damage (rubbing against walls, etc)
•
Accidental tears and damage
•
Cigarette and match burns
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WARRANTY
Your Restwell massage armchair comes with a comprehensive twelve-month warranty.
For warranty issues and claims please contact your Restwell stockist. The warranty
conditions are below:
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Any work or replacement part installation must be carried out by an authorised
Medicare Technology dealer / service agent.
To apply the warranty should your armchair require attention please contact the your
Medicare Technology dealer / service agent.
Should any part of the armchair require repair or full or part replacement as a result of
a manufacturing or material defect within twelve months of receiving the armchair,
parts will be supplied free of charge.
Note:
The guarantee is not transferable
Any repaired or replaced parts will be covered by this warranty for the balance of the
warranty period on the armchair.
Parts replaced after the original warranty has expired will be covered by a threemonth warranty.
Consumable items supplied will not generally be covered during the normal warranty
period unless such items require repair or replacement clearly as a direct result of a
manufacturing or material defect.
Such items include (among others):
upholstery, batteries
The above warranty conditions apply to brand new chairs. Chairs supplied as
secondhand by Medicare Technology generally carry a six-month warranty. If you are
unsure whether your chair is covered, check with the service agent / dealer.
Under normal circumstances, no responsibility will be accepted where the armchair
has required assistance as a direct result of:
a) The armchair part not having been maintained in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
b) Failure to use the manufacturer’s specified parts
c) The armchair or part having been damaged due to neglect, accident or improper
use
d) The armchair or part having been altered from the manufacturer’s specifications
or repairs having been attempted before the service agent / dealer is notified.
In the event of your armchair requiring attention, please contact your service agent /
dealer and give all relevant details so they can act quickly. Please contact Medicare
Technology for advice if you do not know where the armchair was originally purchased
from.
The manufacturer reserves the right to alter without notice any weights, measurements or
other technical data shown in this manual. All figures, measurements and capacities
shown in this manual are approximate and do not constitute specifications.
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