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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Massage Lounger
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HEC - DR8700
CONTENTS
HOW TO PLACE THE MASSAGER ............... 9
HOW TO INSTALL THE STAND ..................... 10
PRIOR TO USE .......................................... 11
ADJUSTMENT OF CHAIR ..................... 12〜15
FEATURES OF COURSES ........................... 16
MASSAGING .................................... 17〜27
AUTOMATIC COURSES ..................... 21〜22
MANUAL (ROLLER) COURSES ............ 23〜26
MANUAL (AIR) COURSES ........................ 27
AFTER USE ................................................ 29
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES ..................... 30
CONTENTS OF MASSAGING ............... 31〜32
TROUBLE - SHOOTING ................................. 33
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................... 34
WARRANTY ............................................. 35

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    HEC - DR8700 INSTRUCTION MANUAL Massage Lounger CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ……… 1〜4 NAME/FUNCTION OF EACH PART ……… 5〜8 HOW TO PLACE THE MASSAGER …………… 9 HOW TO INSTALL THE STAND ………………… 10 PRIOR TO USE …………………………………… 11 ADJUSTMENT OF CHAIR ………………… 12〜15 FEATURES OF COURSES ………………………...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    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. Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
  • Page 3 All of the following information is important. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully. If you feel no effect after using the product for a while, consult your doctor or health care professional. Be sure to check that there is no person (children in particular), or any pets under the foot rest and that there are no other obstructions in the way before reclining the back rest or lowering the foot rest or when using the stretch.
  • Page 4 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued) WARNING To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons: Do not scratch, damage, process, excessively bend, pull, twist or bundle the power cord or place heavy objects on it or clamp it. If this is not observed, the power cord may become damaged and fire or electric shock may result.
  • Page 5 Do not attempt to adjust the foot rest slide while reclining. If this is not done, accidents or injury may occur. Do not attempt to stand on the foot rest when the foot rest slide position and angle are not completely returned to the home positions.
  • Page 6: Name/function Of Each Part

    NAME/FUNCTION OF EACH PART Head rest Seat Sensor controller Back rest Remote control Massaging rollers Stand Back pad Foot rest slide lever Arm rest Cord Foot rest Power plug...
  • Page 7 Casters Used when moving the chair. POWER switch Used to turn on/off the power source. Check for the accessories first. Tools needed: Phillips (crosshead) screwdriver Not included. Installation screws Stand (3 screws) Accessory box...
  • Page 8 NAME/FUNCTION OF EACH PART (continued) UPPER BODY STRENGTH ADJUST buttons Remote control Adjusts the strength of upper body massaging in five stages. * All display icons are shown here LOWER BODY STRENGTH ADJUST buttons for explanation. Adjusts the strength of lower body massaging in three stages.
  • Page 9 Repeat display Body areas that can be massaged. Areas where a high degree of stiffness has been detected. Flickers if you press the Repeat button on the Areas where a low degree of stiffness has been detected. sensor controller to repeat the current massage in a Whole Body Sensor Automatic STIFFNESS display Course or Automatic Course.
  • Page 10: How To Place The Massager

    HOW TO PLACE THE MASSAGER How to move the massager When carried by two people. When moving using the casters. ■ ■ Hold by the back rest and foot rest when Lift up the front and move using the casters. ●...
  • Page 11: How To Install The Stand

    HOW TO INSTALL THE STAND Screwdriver is not included. Installation screws are included in the accessory Tools needed: Phillips (crosshead) screwdriver box. (See page 6) Remove the cover attached to the Put the remote control on the remote control stand (upper part). right face of the right arm rest.
  • Page 12: Prior To Use

    PRIOR TO USE Check the upholstery of the chair. WARNING Be sure to check that the upholstery ● is not torn before using the massager. If a tear is found, stop using the massager immediately, disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet and consult the place of purchase.
  • Page 13: Adjustment Of Chair

    ADJUSTMENT OF CHAIR Before sitting on the massage chair Bring all parts of the massage chair to their home position by pressing the HOME POSITION button. Foot rest Sitting on the massage chair while the foot rest is being raised is dangerous. ●...
  • Page 14 ADJUSTMENT OF CHAIR (continued) Press the OPERATION ON/OFF button. When the button is pressed, the lamps of the sole warmer and remote ● control will illuminate, and the sole warmer will turn on. When the foot rest is fully lowered, the foot rest will rise a little. ●...
  • Page 15 Custom Angles Keep pressing the RECLINING button until the desired angle is achieved. Raise the back rest, and RECLINING lower the foot rest by Adjustment range continuously pressing 120° Approx. 50° ) button. Foot rest Recline the back rest, and raise the foot rest by continuously pressing (Remote control) (Sensor controller)
  • Page 16 ADJUSTMENT OF CHAIR (continued) Adjust the position (sliding length) of the foot rest. Pull the lever toward Pull the lever toward you. Release when you. Release when desired position is desired position is Adjust the position (sliding length) achieved. achieved. of the foot rest to fit the length of your legs.
  • Page 17: Features Of Courses

    FEATURES OF COURSES WHOLE BODY SENSOR AUTOMATIC COURSES (See page 17 - 20) Massaging on the degree of stress and stiffness detected by sensors Sub - courses Features of courses Features of program Automatic massages based on the FULL AUTO Fully automatic massage based on the degrees of stress and stiffness degrees of stress and stiffness...
  • Page 18 MASSAGING (WHOLE BODY SENSOR AUTOMATIC COURSES) Press the OPERATION ON/OFF button. When the button is pressed, the lamps of the sole warmer and remote control ● will illuminate, and the sole warmer will turn on. When the foot rest is fully lowered, the foot rest will rise a little. ●...
  • Page 19 Press the desired Whole Body Sensor Automatic Course button. The button that is blinking indicates the currently selected Whole Body Sensor Automatic Course. ● Press the button to select the desired course. Refer to the page 31 and 32 regarding the contents of Whole Body Sensor Automatic Courses. ●...
  • Page 20 MASSAGING (WHOLE BODY SENSOR AUTOMATIC COURSES) (continued) Stiffness is measured. Grip the sensor controller with your fingers (with one hand) so that three ① sensors are touched. Be sure to place your fingers (hand) on the sensor. The degree How to grip the sensor controller How to grip the sensor controller ●...
  • Page 21: Lower Body

    ④ Massages according to detected stiffness. FULL AUTO : Massages according to detected stress and stiffness. Adjusts the operation and strength of standard massaging ● according to the measured degree of stiffness. The STRESS indicator disappears. ● Adjust the strength of massage. UPPER BODY Each time the UPPER button is pressed, the strength of upper body ●...
  • Page 22 MASSAGING (AUTOMATIC COURSES) Press the OPERATION ON/OFF button. When the button is pressed, the lamps of the sole warmer and remote control ● will illuminate, and the sole warmer will turn on. When the foot rest is fully lowered, the foot rest will rise a little. ●...
  • Page 23 The massager starts massaging automatically. Measure the position of shoulder. ① Check if the position of shoulder is correct. If not, adjust the position using the ROLLER POSITION ● buttons. (The ROLLER POSITION buttons can also be used while massaging is in progress.) Measurement of shoulder position Massaging rollers move up and down to measure the position of shoulder.
  • Page 24 MASSAGING (MANUAL[ROLLER] COURSES) Massaging of upper body Press the OPERATION ON/OFF button. When the button is pressed, the lamps of the sole warmer and remote control ● will illuminate, and the sole warmer will turn on. When the foot rest is fully lowered, the foot rest will rise a little. ●...
  • Page 25 Press the desired ROLLER MASSAGING button. Refer to pages 25 - 26 for details of the contents ● ROLLER MASSAGE buttons (for upper body) of massage. For spine stretching (full), the shoulder position ● is first measured. When the position of shoulder is not correct, adjust the position of massaging rollers.
  • Page 26 MASSAGING (MANUAL [ROLLER] COURSES) (continued) Types of massage and adjustments of massaging rollers 24 types of desired massage can be selected. Adaptation It is possible to adjust the movement speed, height position and width of massaging rollers and the strength of massage. (There are some adjustments that are not No adaptation possible, depending on the type of massaging.
  • Page 27 〈Combined massages〉 Adjustment of massaging rollers Height Strength Speed Width Type of Operation massage Massaging by spine stretching (full) with kneading upward operation Massaging by spine stretching (partial) with kneading upward operation Massaging by spine stretching (focus) with kneading upward operation Massaging by spine stretching (full) with kneading downward...
  • Page 28: Manual (roller) Courses

    MASSAGING (MANUAL[AIR] COURSES) Massaging of lower body Simultaneous massaging of any part of “upper body (roller)” and “lower body (air)” is possible. ● Independent massaging of “upper body (roller)” and “lower body (air)” is possible. 1 to 4 are the same operation for massaging the upper body. ●...
  • Page 29: Adjusting Massage Intensity

    ADJUSTING MASSAGE INTENSITY When the massage is too strong Use the massager after placing a towel, Towel etc., on the back pad. WARNING At first, do not attempt to recline the seat deeply or ● lean on the back rest forcibly (until you have become accustomed to massaging).
  • Page 30: After Use

    AFTER USE WARNING After use, be sure to set the POWER switch to the [OFF] position, and be sure to disconnect the power ● plug from the outlet. Bring the back rest and foot rest Pull the lever toward Pull the lever toward to their home position.
  • Page 31: Maintenance Procedures

    MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES WARNING Be sure to disconnect the power plug from the outlet prior to maintenance. ● NOTE Do not attempt to use benzene, thinner, alcohol, alkaline detergent or bleaching agent for cleaning, ● as this may result in deformation, discoloration or cracking. Do not wash the head rest or the back pad.
  • Page 34: Trouble-shooting

    TROUBLE-SHOOTING WARNING If the trouble still persists even after the following proper countermeasures have been taken, stop using the massager to avoid possible accidents. Disconnect the power plug from the outlet and consult an authorized service center. Do not attempt to repair the equipment at home by yourself, as it is very dangerous. Sounds and sensations during operation Sounds and sensations such as the following may occur while the massager is operating, but these occur as part of the normal mechanism of the massager and are not the signs of...
  • Page 35: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Power consumption 200 W Power dissipation of electric heating equipment 33 W Rated time 30 min. WHOLE BODY SENSOR AUTOMATIC COURSES FULL AUTO・・・・・・・・・・・・・Approx. 17 minutes STIFFNESS, RECOVERY, RELAX・・・・Approx. 15 minutes Timer QUICK Course・・・・・・・・・・・・・Approx. 8 minutes (Maximum of approx. 20 minutes due to stiffness detection) AUTOMATIC COURSES・・・・・・・・・Approx.
  • Page 36: Warranty

    (USA ONLY) OBLIGATIONS In order to obtain warranty service, the product must be delivered to and picked up from an Authorized Sanyo Factory Service Center at the user's expense, unless specifically stated otherwise in this warranty. If you need assistance with product operation, authorized service center referral, service assistance, problem resolution, or parts and accessories availability;...

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