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How To Place The Massager; Sensor Controller - Sanyo HEC-DR6700K - Zero Gravity Massage Chair Instruction Manual

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NAME/FUNCTION OF EACH PART
Positions that can be massaged.
Positions where stiffness has been detected.
Shoulder position measurement /
Original position display
The "SHOULDER" icon flickers when
the figure (the shoulder position) is
being measured, and the "ADJUST"
lights up when the measurement is
over.
Illuminates if the fingers are not
placed on the sensor during a
measurement of stiffness in the
Whole Body Sensor Automatic
Course.
WHOLE BODY SENSOR
AUTOMATIC COURSE
display
Turns on during a
Whole Body Sensor
Automatic Course.
(
flickers)
does not
light up if
the
fingers are not
placed on the
sensor.
MASSAGE OPERATION
(Remote control display)
display
Displays the operation of the
current massage technique.
SOLE WARMER display
Turns on when the sole heater is on.

Sensor controller

Sensor lamp
The lamp flickers if the fingers are
not placed on the sensor during
a Whole Body Sensor Automatic
Course.
Moreover, the lamp is illuminated
while stiffness is detected during
a Whole Body Sensor Automatic
Course.
Sensor
The degree of perspiration and pulse
rate are measured if the fingers are
placed on the sensor during a Whole
Body Sensor Automatic Course.
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PRESSURE display
Displays the strength of the pressure placed on the
massaging rollers (the pressure from the body).
STIFFNESS display
The right side of the lamp indicates the
degree of stiffness, and the left side of
the lamp indicates the degree of relaxation.
The more the right side of the lamp is
illuminated, the higher the degree of
stiffness.
REPEAT! display
Turns on during Whole Body
Sensor Automatic Courses and
Automatic Courses. The ring lights
up by pressing the REPEAT! button
when you want to repeat your desired
massage during the course of
massaging.
While the degree of stiffness is being
measured in a Whole Body Sensor
Automatic Course, the result is
displayed with the color of the ring.
Green: Relax
Orange: Slight degree of stiffness
No display: High degree of stiffness
MASSAGE ADJUST display
Display the adjusted level of the
strength and speed of massaging
and the width of massaging rollers.
When these displays turn on, you
can adjust them with each adjust
button.
Repeat button
If this button is pressed
during Whole Body Sensor
Automatic Courses or
Automatic Courses, the
current massage will be
repeated once.
RECLINING buttons
Adjusts the angle between
the back rest and the foot
rest.
The back rest and foot rest
are moved in conjunction
with each other.

HOW TO PLACE THE MASSAGER

How to move the massager
1
Raise the back rest.
Movement is easier when the back rest is
raised to the height of your waist with the
RECLINING button. (See page 14)
Raise to the
height of
your waist.
Back rest
NOTE
Before moving the massager, be sure to remove
the power plug from the outlet.
Be careful not to step on the power cord, remote
control or sensor during movement.
Be sure to move the massager with the assistance
of another person on an easily damaged floor
surface or concrete surface.
Decide where to place it
1
Lay a carpet, etc. on the set-up
place.
To prevent damaging the floor and
muffle the noise while massaging.
Carpet
NOTE
Place the massager on a level floor surface.
Keep the massager at least 3 ft away from AV machines like a TV or radio.
Otherwise, the program may be disturbed by noise.
Do not keep the massager in a place with high humidity like a bathroom.
Do not keep the massager in a place where it will be exposed to direct sunshine for an extended
period, or in a place near a heater where the temperature may reach high levels.
2
Raise the front side of the
massager, and move
it using the casters.
PUSH
PULL
Caster
Back rest
Foot rest
To move the massager, one person should
hold the foot rest and the other should hold
the back rest with the back rest reclined.
2
Ensure there is sufficient space
to allow the massager to recline.
In order not to touch the wall or other
things when reclined, allow a clearance
of 20" or more to the front and 24" or
more to the back.
24" or more
Foot rest
20" or more
Back rest
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