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How can I remove the arms of an EP 3513 Panasonic model massage lounger so it can fit through a narrow door?

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SOURCE: Instruction manuel for massage lounger panasonic ep 1260

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My air med us8000 massage chair will not fit through the doorway. Can the unit be made to remain reclined after shut off or can the arms be removed?


Most large recliners have removable backs. You must lift the rear shirt and look for the release latches. There will probably be an electrical connector or two as well if the device is a massage chair. Once you remove the back, then you can turn the chair on its side and then it should fit through most doorways.

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PANASONIC EP 1004 MASSAGE CHAIR : ROLLERS WORK BUT ARE STUCK AT THE TOP OF THE CHAIR. WHAT DO I DO?


I have one of these chairs, and it quit on me last week. The problem is that the up/down clutch is getting stuck. First, download the service manual here:
http://www.nodevice.com/manual/newmans/panasonic/EP1004NASIMPzip/get25127.html
After opening it up, locate the up/down clutch. It is on the bottom right of the control module. Use a 10mm socket to remove the bolt that holds the belt pulley on. Remove the belt pulley and under it is another big metal disc - the clutch. The problem is that there is a black rubber gasket under the clutch disc that decomposes and makes the clutch stick to it. I scraped the black rubber off and reassembled, and now, it works perfectly. In my case, the rollers didn't even work. This is because the massage clutch, which operates the rollers, also had the same problem.

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THE MODEL IS EP578.ROLLERS DONT MOVE BUT MOTOR IS FUNCTIONING.LIGHTS IN THE REMOTE ARE BLINKING ALL TOGETHER THEN THE MACHINE STOPS.


I found with my Panasonic EP578 that, if the lower photo sensor limit switch gets too dusty, the massage mechanism will travel downwards past the normal range of motion and the electronics will time out because the unit did not get a down limit sensor signal & reverse direction and proceed back to the upper limit switch in time. With the device unplugged, I simply removed the grommet screws and opened the fabric backing. Then I removed the units cover and Then blew out dusty photo sensors with compressed air. Then I swapped the red and green, 2-pin mag clutch coil connector plugs so that when I switched the unit on again I could make the unit travel back up to about, the scapular position. The reason that this is possible is that when you first start a normally working machine, the first thing that happens after the motor turns on, is that the motor clutch for the mechanism that provides the neck and vertebral massage balls, also energizes. I figured that I could get the voltage at that connector to energize the rolling clutch to get the unit back up again (as you can't move it by hand). Then I turned the unit off (while stile in cycle) and the swapped the mag-clutch coil connectors back to their original position. Re-starting the machine causes the moving massage mechanism to go through it's Power On Routine which realigns everything to it's 'Home' position and ready to run a fully functioning cycle. Remember to unplug the machine when working on it and keep all fingers, necktie, hair, jewelry from moving mechanism when it's moving to avoid damage to the machine and bodily harm to yourself!
P S here's a link to a service manual .pdf download for the Panasonic EP578:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj_zpzD_NvQAhVpqFQKHb6EBbgQFggeMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fblog.lincomatic.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2013%2F01%2FEP578.pdf&usg=AFQjCNESCMv3PGtxbXCJfn-RHnEBwiQoIQ&sig2=2t3ZqNxLVT8Y4RJ6nKolmA

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