Guidelines for Securely Using Your Recliner Sofa

To maximize safety while enjoying motion seating furniture, it's crucial to understand the potential dangers associated with its moving parts. This guide provides essential advice and practical tips to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience with your dynamic furniture. Keep reading for detailed insights on how to securely operate and maintain these pieces, ensuring your safety and extending the lifespan of your furniture.

 Consider the following guidelines for the safe operation of your recliner sofa

Be cautious of untidy and entwined electrical cords.

They pose risks, including the possibility of electrical fires or shocks. For safety, disconnect electrical motion seating when not in use, and make sure the cords are kept away from, and not underneath or entangled with, your furniture.

Immediately Clean Any Spills Near Electronics

They can cause damage to the products and increase the risk of electric shock or fires. This is especially crucial for electrically powered recliner sofas.

Optimal Placement and Mobility of Motion Seating

Motion seating should always be disconnected prior to moving and placed on flat, even floor types. You can safely move furniture with glides. If you need to alter its position, please be mindful of your environment and floor coverings and correctly install modules following moving or cleaning the floor under the recliner sofa.

No Self-Repair for Electrical Components

Refrain from attempting to open or repair any electrical parts of your motion seating. In case of malfunction, contact customer service for expert assistance.

Child Safety Around Motion Seating

Children under 4 years old should not use motion seating. Those aged 4 and above must be supervised by an adult. Additionally, children should not play on or near motion furniture while it is in use, as recliner sofas are not toys.

Safety for Pets Around Recliner Sofas

Similar to children, pets should also be kept at a distance from motion seating while it is in use or after extended reclining periods, to prevent them from getting trapped in the moving parts.

Caution with Accessible Moving Parts on Recliner Sofas

Exercise caution with the moving, accessible parts of a recliner sofa, like the footrest or mechanisms on the sides and underneath, whether the sofa is in use or not.

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How to securely operate your electric reclining chair

Electric recliner sofas pose unique risks due to their need for mains power. One concern is the possibility of tripping hazards caused by trailing wires. It's essential to consult the product's operating instructions and safety warnings for comprehensive safety information. Additionally, here are some potential hazards to keep in mind when using your electric recliner sofa or chair
  1. Avoid Overloading Electrical Outlets
    Refrain from using multiple extension cords or overloading your electrical outlets. Pinched cords or wires affected by the motion of the seating or pet interference can result in short circuits, fires, or electrical shocks.
  2. Proper Wire Arrangement During Relocation
    When moving your recliner sofa, make sure the wires are neatly arranged and not entangled. Any impact or entanglement of wires could lead to electrical issues or, in extreme cases, fires or electric shocks.
  3. Handling Electrical Damage
    In case of electrical damage, such as melting or a minor fire, it is crucial to handle and extinguish it properly. If safe, turn off the electricity at the main power source. Prioritize safety when dealing with any fire and avoid using water on electrical fires.
  4. Check Device Compatibility
    Smart technology varies significantly, and some devices charged via USB ports may not support a standard 5-volt and 2.0-2.5 amp current output. Additionally, not all phones are compatible with wireless charging. Always consult the safety information of electrical devices for guidance on recommended output and compatibility.

How to securely operate your battery recliner sofa

While battery pack recliner sofas are safe when used correctly, they come with their own specific hazards to be mindful of. Incorrect use of battery packs can result in overheating. Hence, it's crucial that battery safety and charging responsibilities are entrusted to a responsible adult.
  1. Avoid Overloading Electrical Outlets
    Prevent overcharging to avoid overheating, reduced battery life, or potential hazards. Consult user instructions for guidance.
  2. Charge batteries regularly
    Avoid abrupt charging and complete discharges to extend battery lifespan and ensure optimal performance.
  3. Avoid heat sources
    Keep batteries away from fireplaces, heaters, and flammable environments to prevent leaks, overheating, and electrical hazards.
  4. Protect against irregular charging
    Avoid exposing batteries to conditions that may cause irregular charging, leading to overheating, explosions, or fire risks.
  5. Don't tamper with batteries
    Unauthorized modifications can lead to damage, fires, and void warranties. Refrain from altering electrical components.
  6. Respond to unusual reactions
     If you notice unusual behavior during use, charging, or storage, disconnect immediately to prevent overheating, damage, or fires.
  7. Avoid open flames
    Position batteries away from open flames to prevent potential explosions or ignition due to flammable battery electrolytes.