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We need a replacement remote for the massage chair where can we get one
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My EMS 9 massage chair
The massaging is done by small motors with eccentric weights attached to the shafts. Those motors are controlled thru a very simple control board that in your case appears to have failed.
To fix the chair you will have to access the board and find out why it has failed - at least a basic experience in electronics is required, to perform the tests on the relays and triacs used to control the motors. If you don't posses this experience then all you can do is to check that the power cable, the remote cable and the motors cables that plug in the board are firmly inserted - for everything else you will have to call a pro.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
A Swedish massage chair incorporates five different stroke patterns (sliding, kneading, tapping, vibration and friction) across muscles groups; while a Shiatsu massage chair combines pressing, swaying, patting and rolling movements while targeting pressure points.
Posted on Aug 06, 2012
There is no overt problem with using a massage chair when pregnant. If you are comfortable then use it. You and the baby will be fine. If you'd like to read more about massage chairs and pregnancy, check out this article...
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 08, 2012
Depending upon where you live and pay taxes you may be able to get the cost of the massage chair back through a medical tax write off. It all depends upon the person's medical problem. Shop around good to find the best massage chair for you. I found that many massage chairs hurt me and even at times bruised me. I finally decided upon the AirMed Massage chair brand. The balls in the chair that massage you are larger and this helped to not hurt me. It also adjusts itself to the person who is sitting in it. As per your question, I found the use of a massage chair a great savings vs. going to a massage therapist. I paid up front for it, yet was able to write it off in taxes and got my money back for the chair, so in the end it cost me nothing except for putting the money up front first for the initial purchase. Where I live I was able to write the chair off in taxes as part of my medical expenses for the year. All I needed was a doctors note/prescription letter to verify that the reason for purchasing the chair was for medical reasons.
Posted on Nov 26, 2012
OSIM uAstro2 Review Massage Chair Review try a different plug that has nothing else connected to it,,your manual,
Posted on Jun 11, 2015
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