I have an iJoy 100 and the kneading, compression and percussion stopped working. The rolling still works. I have tried turning the unit off and then back on but it still doesn't work. Do you have any suggestions before I call for service?
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That motor is located at the base of the backrest unit. It operates a lead screw drive that positions the kneading/tapping motors and rollers. The motor is controlled by the PCB unit that covers the length of the back of the massaging unit. Human Touch will not sell individual replacement parts. They will sell only the entire backrest assembly for $600 plus $60 shipping. It can be replaced without tools in less than five minutes.
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This is a problem with the width/kneading cam motor or the portion of the PCB that controls this motor. None are available as separate replacement parts. Human Touch will only sell the entire backrest assembly which costs about $600 plus another $60 for shipping. It can be replaced without tools in less than five minutes.
massager have hammer pads that send
vibrations deep into your muscles. Make sure the part
you are massaging is covered in cloth, then sit the
hammer pad(s) on the part that needs massaging and
let the vibrations penetrate and to the work.