Your lift chair will require routine maintenance checks. You can perform some of these checks, while others may require assistance from a provider. By following these maintenance checks, you can make sure your lift chair gives you years of trouble-free operation. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your lift chair's care and maintenance, contact your provider.
Outlet and Remote Cord Care
- Always check your cords to keep them clear of pinching, bending, or crushing. Do not put any objects directly on the cords for any length of time, particularly anything heavy. Keep the remote cord clear and free from wedging in the chair or in other spaces.
- Before cleaning your lift chair, consult your provider for the proper types of cleaning methods.
- Keep all electrical components free from moisture and liquid spills. The chair is intended for indoor use only.
- Periodically inspect all wiring harnesses to make sure they are not cut, damaged, frayed, or disconnected. If damage of any type is present, unplug the lift chair and contact your provider.
- Periodically check all fasteners for tightness, wear, and corrosion. Wear gloves and be careful of pinch points and sharp metal parts. If any wear or corrosion are present, unplug the lift chair and contact your provider.
Battery Use and Replacement
- If the the back-up transformer (the box located between the outlet and the chair via the power cord) gets used due to a power outage, replace them after one use. Otherwise, replace them yearly even if not used. Batteries are intended for one use only!