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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.
Do not use the product if the power cord or power plug is damaged or if it does not fit securely into
the wall outlet.
If this is not observed, electric shock, short-circuits or fire may result.
Be sure to disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not pull out the power
plug with wet hands.
If this is not observed, electric shock, accidents or injury may result.
Be careful not to spill water over the remote control, sensor controller, seat, or foot rest.
If this is not observed, electric shock, short circuit or fire may occur.
Never attempt to dismantle the massager. Do not allow any person other than a qualified repair
technician to dismantle or repair the massager.
If this is not observed, fire, electric shocks, accidents or injury may occur. Ask the place of purchase of
your nearest Customer Service Center (separate sheet) if repairs are required.
Before using the massager, check all switches and other parts while referring to this instruction
manual to make sure they all operate correctly.
For safety, check that the massaging rollers are located at their origin (about shoulder height) and then
sit on the chair slowly.
Be sure to keep your body straight without twisting and center between the left and right rollers.
If it is not observed, an accident or injury may occur.
Do not use the massager for more than 20 minutes at a time. In addition, limit the use of the
massager on one point to 5 minutes or less.
Using the massager continuously for long periods of time will apply more stimulation than is necessary
and may result in adverse effects or injury.
Be careful not to fall asleep during massaging.
If this is not observed, accidents or injury may occur.
Place the massager main unit on a level floor surface.
If it is placed on an unstable surface, it may fall over and injury may occur.
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.
If the massager has not been used for a long time, check that it operates correctly and safely before
using it. In addition, check that there are no problems with the cords and other parts.
If this is not done, accidents or injury may occur.
After use, be sure to set the POWER switch to the "OFF" position, and disconnect the power plug
from the wall outlet.
If this is not done, accidents or injury due to a child's mischief may occur.
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 first, it may result in adverse effects or injury.
Do not wear accessories (such as a necklace or earrings) while massaging.
If this is not done, accidents or injury may occur.
Do not hang anything from the back pad or head rest, or pull the back pad or head rest forcibly.
If this is not observed, the head rest may come off and injury may occur.
Do not place anything other than the remote control and the sensor controller respectively on the
remote control stand.
If this is not done, the stand may break, resulting in injury.
Do not use the massager on bare skin.
If this is not observed, injury may occur.
Do not move the massager while a person is sitting in it.
If this is not observed, the massager may fall over and injury may occur.
Do not swing the head rest because it contains a weight.
If it is not done, injury may occur.
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