INSTRUCTION MANUAL Massage Lounger HEC-A3700 Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1–4 NAME/FUNCTION OF EACH PART 5–6 SETTING UP THE MASSAGER BEFORE USE ADJUSTING THE CHAIR 9–11 STARTING A MASSAGE AUTOMATIC COURSES 13–14 MANUAL COURSES 15–17 LEG MASSAGING ADJUSTING MASSAGE INTENSITY AFTER USE...
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before using this appliance. DANGER To reduce the risk of electric shock: Always unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning. WARNING To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons: Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with this product, will...
Be sure to follow these instructions Do not use the massager if you have been forbidden to use it by a doctor. Example: If you are suffering from blood clots (embolisms), severe aneurysms, acute varicose veins, skin inflammation or skin infections (including epidermal infections) Wipe off any dust that has collected on the prongs or the prong base of the power plug.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WARNING To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons: If discomfort or pain is felt during use, stop using the massager and consult a doctor immediately. In addition, if the massage force feels too strong, stop using the massager earlier than planned. Otherwise, if you continue using the massager under such conditions, an unexpected accident may occur.
Be sure to follow these instructions At first, do not attempt to recline the seat deeply or lean on the back rest forcibly (until you have become accustomed to massaging). If the massaging force is too strong at the outset, it may result in adverse effects or injury. Do not move the massager while a person is sitting in it.
NAME/FUNCTION OF EACH PART Head cover Arm rests ¡Raise the arm rests when entering or exiting the chair. ¡Remove the remote control Back rest when raising the left arm rest. Massaging rollers Remote control Seat Power cord Power plug Stand ¡Place the remote control in the stand for Foot rest...
Remote control STOP button POWER indicator Use this button to stop the chair This illuminates when the power switch operation immediately if you feel an of the chair is turned on. abnormal physical sensation or a ON/OFF button problem with the chair itself. This turns operation on and off.
SETTING UP THE MASSAGER Moving the massager CAUTION ¡Do not release the foot rest suddenly while holding it by hand. When two people are carrying the When moving the massager using massager the casters ¡Hold the massager by the back rest and foot rest ¡Tilt up the front and move the massager on the while moving it.
BEFORE USE Check the upholstery, power cord and remote control cord of the chair. ¡Check that there are no tears in the upholstery and that the cords are not damaged or scratched. ¡Check that the cords are not caught in the back rest or arm rests or lying underneath the massager. Turn on the power.
ADJUSTING THE CHAIR Press the HOME button to return Sit in the middle of the chair. the massager to the home position. ¡Sit deeply into the massager so that your waist touches the back rest. Lower the arm rests. You can sit easily by raising the arm rests and sitting into the massager from the...
Adjust the back rest, seat and foot rest. When adjusting automatically When adjusting manually to the desired angle Press the ZERO-G button (flashing). Press the RECLINING button to adjust the angle of the back rest to the desired angle. While the left side of the button is pressed, the back rest will lift up and the foot rest will drop.The seat will also move in conjunction with the back rest and foot rest.
ADJUSTING THE CHAIR Adjust the foot rest to the desired angle. ¡Press the FOOT REST button to set the foot rest to the desired angle. ¡When massaging the soles, the feet and the calves, adjust the angle of the foot rest so that the area to be massaged is touching the foot rest.
STARTING A MASSAGE ¡At first, do not attempt to recline the seat deeply or lean on the back rest forcibly CAUTION (until you have become accustomed to massaging). Notes when having massages ¡At first, do not attempt to speed up the movement of the massaging rollers or increase the strength of the massage (until you have become accustomed to massaging).
AUTOMATIC COURSES Kneading, tapping, stretching and massaging of the feet are combined effectively to provide automatic massaging. You can select either comfort mode or normal mode for the “NECK & SHOULDER”, “BACK” and “LOWER BACK” courses, for a total of six different courses, plus foot massaging. Press the ON/OFF button.
The shape sensor measures the position of the shoulders and automatically adjusts the positions of the massaging rollers to suit. (The SHAPE SENSOR indicator will flash while the shoulder position is being measured, and it will illuminate when measurement is complete.) ¡Check that the massaging rollers are at the correct shoulder height.
MANUAL COURSES Press the ON/OFF button. ¡The foot rest will lift up slightly. ¡If the massaging rollers are not at the highest Note: position ··· The massaging rollers will move to their highest position and then stop. (The ON/OFF button will flash while movement is occurring, and it will illuminate when the movement has stopped.) Press the desired MANUAL button.
Speed adjustment Width adjustment Press the WIDTH button. Press the SPEED button. ¡Each time the button is pressed, the movement ¡Each time the button is pressed, width of the speed (interval) for the massaging rollers changes massaging rollers changes and the corresponding and the corresponding indicators illuminate.
MANUAL COURSES Types of massage and massaging roller adjustments 20 different massaging combinations are available by combining different techniques. You can adjust the position, speed and width of the massaging rollers and the shoulder position. (It may not be possible to make some of these adjustments depending on the type of massage. Refer to the table below.) Massaging roller Type of massage Operation...
LEG MASSAGING ¡Do not raise or lower the foot rest while your feet are enclosed in it for an air WARNING massage. ¡In addition to simply massaging the legs, you can also use automatic courses and manual massaging at the same time. Press the ON/OFF button.
AFTER USE ¡Always be sure to disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet when CAUTION not using the massager. Press the ON/OFF button. Set the POWER switch to the “OFF” position. ¡The massaging rollers will move to their highest position and then stop. ¡The HOME button will flash (for approximately 10 seconds).
TROUBLESHOOTING ¡Check the following, and if the symptoms continue, stop using the massager and disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet to avoid the possibility of accidents, WARNING then ask the place of purchase for assistance in fixing the problem. Attempting to repair the massager in your home is dangerous and should not be done.
CONTENTS OF MASSAGING * Some of the diagrams have been omitted in the courses shown here in order to simplify the explanations for each operation. * For each course, massaging during comfort mode is gentler than for normal mode. (The massage details will also be slightly different from normal mode.) NECK &...
SPECIFICATIONS Power consumption 160W 30 minutes Rated time Manual ····· Approx. 15 minutes Timers Automatic courses ····· Approx. 15 minutes 710 mm (28") [width] x 1200 mm (47 3/8") [depth] x 1120 mm (44 1/4") [height] When not reclined (with foot rest retracted) Dimensions 710 mm (28") [width] x 1850 mm (73") [depth] x 590 mm (23 1/4") [height] When reclined (foot rest horizontal)
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