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Golden Liftchair Power Lift Chair & Recline Sleep Manual MaxiComfort Series

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Power Lift & Recline Chair

OWNER’S MANUAL MAXICOMFORTTM MODELS

PR512MLA

PR632

401 Bridge Street Old Forge, PA 18518

www.goldentech.com

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for purchasing this Golden Technologies Power Lift and Recline Chair. We believe that
this product is made from the highest quality components available, is engineered to give you maximum service with minimum maintenance,

and is backed up by the strongest warranty in the industry. We hope that you enjoy years of pleasurable use of your Golden Technologies chair and that this chair becomes a true assist to you in both sitting down and standing up.

Please take a few moments to review this manual to become familiar with the operation of this chair and our warranty. If you need additional information, please call the provider from whom you purchased this chair.

Also, please note the following safety information: This power lift and recline chair is a medical device designed to help you sit down and stand up. Do not allow children to operate the chair at any time. When not in use, the chair should be kept in the sitting position.

Again, thank you for selecting this Golden chair. Sincerely,

Robert Golden

Chairman and Founder

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Safety Guidelines

The symbols below are used in the owner’s manual and/or on the product to identify warnings and notify you of important safety information. Make sure you read and understand them completely.

WARNING! Indicate(s) a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. This icon is represented as a black symbol on a yellow triangle with a black border.

MANDATORY! Failure to perform mandatory actions could cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. This icon is represented as a white symbol on a blue dot with a white border.

PROHIBITED! Indicate(s) an action(s) that should not be performed under any circumstance. Failure to adhere could cause personal injury and/or equipment damage. This icon is represented as a black symbol with a red circle and red slash.

Safety Symbols

The symbols below identify warnings, mandatory actions, and prohibited actions. They can be found in the owner’s manual and/or on the product. Make sure you understand all safety labels before operating the product. Do not remove safety labels from your product.

Read and follow owner’s manual!

Pinch/Crush Point Hazard!

Transformer Crush Hazard!

Fire Hazard!

Child and/or Pet Crush Hazard!

Adult, Child and/ or Pet Tip Over Hazard!

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Safety Guidelines

Class II Device!

Indoor use only!

Do Not Smoke!

Electrical hazard!

Do not dispose in trash!

Batteries required!

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MANDATORY

READ THIS MANUAL FIRST BEFORE INSTALLING OR OPERATING YOUR POWER LIFT AND RECLINE CHAIR.

Your power lift and recline chair has been engineered from the

leg levelers up to provide the ultimate in strength and reliability. Great care has been taken to provide you with total comfort and safety. Golden Technologies thoroughly inspects and tests each unit prior to shipment.

WARNING

Your Golden power lift chair is a medical device. Therefore, you are required to exercise caution when operating it to ensure your personal safety and that of others around you. The following are rules for the safe operation of your Golden power lift chair.

Care should be taken in the unpacking of this unit, so as not to cause injury to persons or damage to the unit. Dispose of all plastic bags and covers, as they can be a smothering hazard to small children.

Do not allow children or pets near the chair while the chair is operating.

Do not allow children to play with or operate the chair at any time.

Hand control should be unplugged and placed out of the reach of children when the chair is not in use.

Do not op down into the chair when getting into it, or while it is in its lift position. Flopping down into the chair will damage it and could cause personal injury.

Do not allow anyone to sit on your lap, or on the arm of the chair, or on the footrest while in or operating the chair, as it may cause tipping and could result in personal injury.

Do not place ngers or hands between the seat cushion and the inside arm of the chair while sitting in the chair or when the chair is in operation or plugged into a power source.

Do not retrieve fallen objects from inside or under the chair while the chair is plugged into a power source.

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Do not operate the chair if there are any persons, pets or other obstructions under or in front of the footrest, under the chair or behind the chair.

Do not position yourself, child and/or pet too high on the chair while the chair back is reclined. This can cause a tip over hazard. Make sure you are properly tted for the lift chair prior to operating the chair.

Do not smoke while operating, sitting or resting in the chair.

To reduce risk of electrical shock, do not immerse any of the electrical components into a liquid, or spill any liquids onto electrical components. Do not open any of the electrical components. There are no serviceable parts.

Warranty will be void if any of the electrical components are opened by other than a quali ed service person.

Make sure the chair is placed at the speci ed distance from a wall/ corner (page 7). Failure to do so can damage the chair and will void the warranty.

Do not use any type of electrical extension cord to plug your chair into an electrical outlet. Make sure that all electrical products and their wires are positioned away from your chair as the metal lift frame mechanism could crush them and create a re hazard and/or may cause personal injury.

Do not operate your lift chair while intoxicated or taking medications that impair your mental or physical abilities to operate the chair safely. Consult with your doctor about any medications you are taking that may affect the safe operation of the chair.

Do not operate this product if you have any medical conditions that result in limited, debilitating mental or physical capacity. You should consult your doctor before using this product.

Consult with your physician regarding using the Trendelenburg position.

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INSTALLATION MAXICOMFORT MODELS

1. Removethetransformerfromthetransformerbox(locatedbehindtheloweroutside back) and install two 9 volt alkaline batteries into the sockets on the transformer.

Place transformer on the oor behind the chair.
2. Plug the transformer into a 115-120V 60Hz A.C. outlet and connect the power cable from the chair into the transformer as shown. Power cable is located under the chair attached to the motor shaft with white zip tie. Remove zip tie, extend cable under

and out behind the chair.

L.E.D. light DC Power

Transformer

Plug To outlet 115-120V A.C.

L.E.D. light

From motor

Bottom view of Transformer

Install two 9 volt batteries in transformer for battery backup (See page 15) (batteries not included)

26"

Distance Required From Wall When Reclined

3.Place the chair in the desired position in the room, keeping it 26" away from the wall. If placing the chair into a corner, keep it 26" from the wall as shown. See distance chart below for your model.

26"

Corner 26"

Top View

Wall Corner

Model Number Wall Corner Model Number

Side View

PR-756MC

24 in.

24 in.

PR-756L

25 in.

25 in.

PR-505JP

21 in.

21 in.

PR-505S

22 in.

22 in.

PR-505M

23 in.

23 in.

PR-505L

24 in.

24 in.

PR-505T

25 in.

25 in.

PR-505M26

22 in.

22 in.

PR-508M

24 in.

24 in.

PR-510SME

23 in.

23 in.

PR-510MLA

24 in.

24 in.

PR-512MLA

24 in.

24 in.

PR-632

22 in.

22 in.

PR-713

26 in.

26 in.

4. Adjust the leg levelers on the bottom of the chair if necessary to level the chair. Some high pile carpets can obstruct the footrest operation by rubbing against it. Raise the levelers to a height above the pile.

5. Slide the hand control from between the back and arm out toward the back of the chair. Secure the cord into the quick release cable clamp located above the magazine pocket on the arm of the chair.

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Wall

Making Power ConneCtions in Your new Lift Chair

Model PR505-M26

  1. Install two 9 volt alkaline batteries in the inline battery holder as shown. The battery holder is zip tied (white) to the rear of the metal frame. Cut the white zip tie and extend the cable under and out behind the chair.

    L.E.D. light

    (batteries not included)

  2. Remove the transformer from the transformer box follow steps 1, 2 and 3 on page 7 to connect the transformer to the chair and AC outlet.

  3. Pull the hand control out of the magazine pocket and secure the cord into the quick release cable clamp located above the pocket on the arm of the chair.

  4. Place the chair in the desired position in the room, leaving the chair a safe

    distance from the wall. See chair location on page 7 for the proper distance from the wall.

5. Adjust the leg levelers on the bottom of the chair if necessary. Some high pile carpets can obstruct the footrest operation by rubbing against it. Adjust the levelers to a height above the pile.

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autoDrive hanD ControL oPeration

  1. Getting into your lift chair. While standing next to your chair, press button (S7) and raise the chair to a height you can sit against. This height will vary from person to person depending on the individual’s needs. Raise the chair high enough so you do not have to op down into the chair. Flopping down into the chair will damage it and could cause personal injury. Press button (S5). As the chair continues downward, adjust yourself into a position that is comfortable to you. Continue holding button until chair is in the seated position (chair rmly on the oor), then release the button. You can also press buttons (S6, S8, S9, S10) and the chair will move to those positions.

  2. Getting out of your chair. Press button (S7) and raise the chair to a height that enables you to easily stand. Release the button. Return the chair to the seated position (S5) (chair rmly on the oor) after getting out of the chair, so children, pets or obstructions do not get under the chair. Repeat no. 1 when you want to sit down.

    Micro Adjustments

1. To recline the back of the chair, press button (S1) and hold until the back reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

2. To bring the back of the chair to an upright position, press button (S2) and hold until the back reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

3. To raise the foot rest and seat, press button (S3) and hold until the foot rest reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

4. To lower the foot rest and seat, press button (S4) and hold until the footrest closes. Then release the button.

Note: The motors are set to shut off when
they reach their fully extended or fully
retracted position if the selected button
is not released. If you should go past your
desired position, select the button to bring you back to your desired position. You can repeat the process as often as you like.

Programming the Memory Buttons S5, S6, S8 and S10

Press one of the preprogrammed buttons (S5, S6, S8, S10) and hold until the chair stops. Press buttons (S1 thru S4) to micro adjust those positions to suit your needs. Use the following procedure to reprogram (S5, S6, S8, S10) buttons after you have the chair in your desired position.

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  1. Press and hold program button (SP). The back light goes off while pressed.

  2. In about 3 seconds the backlight will start ashing (one ash)

  3. Within 5 seconds, press one of the memory buttons (S5, S6, S8, S10) to save the position to the button pressed. The back light will return to non- ashing position indicating that the new position is stored.

If a programmable memory button is not pressed within 5 seconds, or a non- programmable button is pressed, then the programming sequence is aborted and you will need to repeat steps 1 to 3 above. You may reprogram the memory buttons as often as you like.

Factory Reset

Resets all the programmed buttons (S5, S6, S8 and S10) back to the factory settings.

  1. Press and hold program button (SP). The backlight goes off while button is pressed.

  2. In about 4 seconds the backlight will start ashing.

  3. Within 5 seconds, press button (S1). The backlight will change to non- ashing.

  4. Within another 5 seconds, press button (S4). Factory reset is done.

If button (S1) is not pressed within 5 seconds, or a different button is pressed, then the programming sequence is aborted and you’ll need to repeat steps 1 to 4 above.

Hand control disable

Hand control disable, disables all functions on the hand control

  1. To disable, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until the backlight starts ashing. Then press button (S7).

  2. To enable, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until the backlight starts ashing. Then press button (S7).

    Function Lock

Should you ever want to limit the button function of your hand control, you can use the function lock feature to disable all button function except for buttons (S7 and S9).

  1. To lock function, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until the backlight starts ashing.

  2. Press button (S1), press button (S2), press button (S3), press button (S6).

  3. To unlock function, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until

    the backlight starts ashing.

  4. Press button (S1), press button (S2), press button (S3), press button (S6).

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Chair Operation Model PR505-M26
1. To recline the back of the chair, press button (S1) and hold until the back

reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

2. To bring the back of the chair to an upright position, press button (S2) and hold until the back reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

3. To raise the foot rest, press button (S3) and hold until the foot rest reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

4. To lower the foot rest and lift the chair, press button (S4) and hold until the footrest closes, then release the button. If you want to lift the chair, continue holding button until chair reaches the desired height. Then release the button.

5. To lower the chair from a raised position, press button (S5) and hold until the chair reaches the oor. Then release the button. If you want to raise the footrest, continue holding the button until the footrest reaches the desired position. Then release the button. Button (S4) will also lower the chair from a raised position.

6. To lift the chair from a seated position (footrest closed), press button (S6). Continue holding button until chair reaches the desired height. Then release the button.

7. To lift the chair with the back open (back down, footrest closed), press button (S4). Continue holding the button until the chair reaches the desired height. Then release the button.

8.To close and lift the chair from a L.E.D. reclined position (footrest up, back down), light press button (S6). If you want to bring the
chair to a seated position, hold the button

until the footrest closes, then release it. Press button (S2) to bring the back the rest of the way up to seated position. If you want to close and lift the chair, hold down the button until the chair stops. All 3 motors will automatically shut off when the back closes all the way and the chair reaches its highest position.

S1 S2 S3 S4

S5 S6

9. Getting into your lift chair. While standing next to your chair, press button (S4 or S6) and raise the chair to a height you can sit against. This height will vary from person to person depending on the individual’s needs. Raise the chair high enough so you do not have to op down into the chair. Flopping down into the chair will damage it

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and could cause personal injury. Press button (S3 or S5). As the chair continues downward, adjust yourself into a position that is comfortable to you. Continue holding button until chair is in the seated position (chair rmly on the oor), then release the button. Continue operating the chair with buttons S1 thru S6 until you reach your desired position.

10.Getting out of your chair. Press button (S4 or S6) and raise the chair to a height that enables you to easily stand. Release the button. Return the chair to the seated position (chair rmly on the oor) after getting out of the chair so children, pets or obstructions do not get under the chair. Repeat no. 9 when you want to sit down.

Note: The motors are set to shut off when they reach their fully extended or fully retracted position if the selected button is not released. If you should go past your desired position, select the button to bring you back to your desired position. You can repeat the process as often as you like.

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autoDrive heaD rest hanD ControL oPeration

  1. Getting into your lift chair. While standing next to your chair, press button (S7) and raise the chair to a height you can sit against. This height will vary from person to person depending on the individual’s needs. Raise the chair high enough so you do not have to op down into the chair. Flopping down into the chair will damage it and could cause personal injury. Press button (S9). As the chair continues downward, adjust yourself into a position that is comfortable to you. Continue holding (S9) until chair is in the seated position (chair rmly on the oor), then release the button. You can also press buttons (S8, S10) and the chair will move to those positions.

  2. Getting out of your chair. Press button (S7) and raise the chair to a height that enables you to easily stand. Release the button. Return the chair to the seated position (S9) (chair rmly on the oor) after getting out of the chair, so children, pets or obstructions do not get under the chair. Repeat no. 1 when you want to sit down. Micro adjustment buttons (S3, S4) can be used to raise and lower the chair also.

3. To move the head rest up and out. Press button (S6) and hold it until the head rest reaches a position suitable for you, then release the button.

4. To move the head rest down and in.

Press button (S5) and hold it until the head rest reaches a position suitable for you, then release the button.

Micro Adjustments
1. To recline the back of the chair, press button (S1) and hold until the back reaches the

desired position. Then release the button.

2. To bring the back of the chair to an upright position, press button (S2) and hold until the back reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

3. To raise the foot rest and seat, press button (S3) and hold until the foot rest reaches the desired position. Then release the button.

4. To lower the foot rest and seat, press button (S4) and hold until the footrest closes. Then release the button.

Note: The motors are set to shut off when they reach their fully extended or fully retracted position if the selected button is not released. If you should go past your desired position, select the button to bring you back to your desired position. You can repeat the process as often as you like.

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Programming the Memory Buttons S8 and S10

Press one of the preprogrammed buttons (S8, S10) and hold until the chair stops. Press buttons (S1 thru S4) to micro adjust those positions to suit your needs. Use the following procedure to reprogram (S8, S10) buttons after you have the chair in your desired position.

  1. Press and hold program button (SP). The back light goes off while pressed.

  2. In about 3 seconds the backlight will start ashing (one ash)

  3. Within 5 seconds, press one of the memory buttons (S8, S10) to save the

    position to the button pressed. The back light will return to non- ashing position indicating that the new position is stored.

If a programmable memory button is not pressed within 5 seconds, or a non- programmable button is pressed, then the programming sequence is aborted and you will need to repeat steps 1 to 3 above. You may reprogram the memory buttons as often as you like. Factory Reset

Resets all the programmed buttons (S8 and S10) back to the factory settings.

  1. Press and hold program button (SP). The backlight goes off while button is

    pressed.

  2. In about 4 seconds the backlight will start ashing.

  3. Within 5 seconds, press button (S1). The backlight will change to non- ashing.

  4. Within another 5 seconds, press button (S4). Factory reset is done.

If button (S1) is not pressed within 5 seconds, or a different button is pressed, then the programming sequence is aborted and you’ll need to repeat steps 1 to

4 above.

Hand control disable

Hand control disable, disables all functions on the hand control

  1. To disable, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until the backlight starts ashing. Then press button (S7).

  2. To enable, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until the backlight starts ashing. Then press button (S7).

    Function Lock

Should you ever want to limit the button function of your hand control, you can use the function lock feature to disable all button function except for buttons (S7 and S9).

  1. To lock function, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until the backlight starts ashing.

  2. Press button (S1), press button (S2), press button (S3), press button (S6).

  3. To unlock function, press and hold the program button (SP) for 4 seconds until

    the backlight starts ashing.

  4. Press button (S1), press button (S2), press button (S3), press button (S6).

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Battery Back Up System

Your Golden power lift chair comes with a battery back up system so the chair can return to the seated position in the event of a household power failure. The batteries have enough energy to bring the chair to a seated position from either recline or lift. The batteries do not have enough energy nor are they intended to operate the chair for a prolonged period of time in the absence of standard household voltage (120 volt, 60 Hz). Batteries should be replaced after one use. Batteries should be changed yearly. (See installation page 7 and 8.)

Smart TekTM (Power Indication)

Your power lift chair is equipped with an indicator light on the hand control. This light illuminates green when any button on the hand control is pressed indicating power to the hand control.

Your power lift chair also comes with a power indicator light on the transformer and on the power cord connecting the motor to the transformer. The lights illuminate green constantly, indicating power from the outlet to the transformer and the motor. The lights have been provided to help you identify electrical disconnects, should they occur, and to help your provider to diagnose electrical problems, should they occur.

Should the chair not operate and the lights are out, check all electrical connections to the chair. Make sure everything is plugged in properly and there is power to the outlet into which the chair is plugged (see installation on page 7 and 8 for electrical connections). Should you ever encounter a problem with the operation of your power lift chair and the lights are on, such as mechanical problems or one light is out, discontinue all use of the product upon discovery of the problem. Contact the provider from whom you purchased your chair. They will be able to resolve problems and take care of proper factory service if needed. You will need to be prepared to answer some basic questions about your power lift chair, such as model and serial number. The model and serial number are located on the back of the hand control and the rear of the lift frame. Your provider will ask you questions about your power indicator lights, such as which one is out. Prior to calling your provider, check all the electrical connections to the chair. Make sure everything is plugged in properly and there is power to the outlet into which the chair is plugged (see installation on page 7 and 8 for electrical connections).

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MAXICOMFORTTM POSITIONS

Your Golden power lift chair has been equipped with the MaxiComfortTM System. The MaxiComfort System has been designed speci cally for you. Offering you a wide range of body positioning, so you can choose the position that best suits your needs. The MaxiComfort System accomplishes this by providing four primary motions: three recline, one lift and combinations of those motions, allowing you to settle into your favorite comfort position. Shown below are some of the Maxi Comfort positions. There are many to choose from. You may stop your Golden power lift chair at one of the positions shown or anywhere in between just by releasing the buttons on the hand control when the chair reaches the position you desire.

TV Watching 1 Zero Gravity Like Drawings are for illustration purpose only

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CARE AND MAINTENANCE

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.

9 Before cleaning your lift chair, consult your provider for the proper types of cleaner and cleaning methods.

9 Keep all electrical components free from moisture and liquid spills. Intended for indoor use only.

9 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.

9 Periodically check all fasteners for tightness, wear, and corrosion. If any of these are present, unplug the lift chair and contact your provider.

Warning: Be careful of pinch points and sharp metal parts (wear gloves).

9 Replace the batteries after one use. Replace the batteries yearly, even if they were not used. Batteries are intended for one use only!

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CONSUMER LIMITED LIFETIME AND SEVEN YEAR WARRANTY

MAXICOMFORTTM MODELS

GOLDEN, through its authorized distributor/service organization, warrants this chair to original consumer only, against defects in material or workmanship as follows:

LIFETIME WARRANTY
GOLDEN,
warrants for the lifetime of the chair by the original consumer to repair or replace at their option the Lift Mechanism, Chair Frame and Recline Mechanism. Labor to replace these parts is

subsidized on all models for three years.
GOLDEN, shall not be responsible or obligated to pay for any cost or expense for examination of any warranted parts nor is Golden to pay for costs for transportation, handling and packaging of the parts or components.

THREE YEAR PARTS WARRANTY
GOLDEN,
warrants the electrical parts of this chair against defects to original consumer only, for a period of three years from the date of original purchase by a consumer. Labor to replace these parts

is subsidized for one year on all models.
GOLDEN, shall not be responsible or obligated to pay for any costs or expenses for examination of any warranted parts nor is Golden to pay cost for transportation, handling and packaging of the parts or components.

LIMITED WARRANTY FOURTH THROUGH SEVENTH YEAR

During the period beginning with the expiration of the full three year parts warranty offered above and continuing through the seventh year after date of original purchase by a consumer, GOLDEN will warrant the electrical parts on the following pro-rated basis. Year 4 earns a 35% discount off suggested retail price. Year 5 earns a 25% discount, year 6 a 15% discount and year 7 a 5% discount. By way of example, a part costing $100.00 that needs replacement in year 4 would cost $65.00. GOLDEN shall not be responsible or obligated to pay for any costs or expense for examination and/ or service of any warranted part or to pay for costs of transportation, handling and packaging of the chair and/or parts or components.

TERMS APPLICABLE TO WARRANTY
GOLDEN
will, at its option, repair and/or replace the defective parts and/or components provided that the warranty parts have not been subject to misuse, abuse or improper service by the consumer, have not been damaged in transit or handling and/or have not been altered or repaired by unauthorized representatives. This warranty does not include costs for unnecessary service calls, i. e., in-home service calls solely for the purpose of educating the consumer about the product, or nding an unsatisfactory power connection, etc. Exceeding the weight capacity of the chair will

void the warranty.
756 MC ................. 375 lbs.

756 L.....................375 lbs. 505 JP.................... 300 lbs. 505 S.....................300 lbs. 505 M ................... 375 lbs. 505 L.....................375 lbs. 505 T.....................375 lbs.

505 M26 ............... 500 lbs. 508 M .................. 375 lbs. 510 SME ............... 375 lbs. 510 MLA .............. 375 lbs. 512 MLA ............... 375 lbs. 632 ...................... 375 lbs. 713 ....................... 375 lbs.

In the event that the product does not conform to this warranty at any time while this warranty is in effect, Golden will correct the defect in conformity with the Consumer Limited Lifetime and Seven Year Warranty. THE LIMITED LIFETIME AND SEVEN YEAR WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE IS THE SOLE AND ENTIRE WARRANTY PERTAINING TO THE PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU OF AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, WHETHER EXPRESSED, IMPLIED, OR ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OR PROVIDE FOR THE REIMBURSEMENT OR PAYMENT OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.

Some states do not allow this exclusion or limitation of incidental damages so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

GOLDEN shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damage or loss not contained in this Warranty.

This warranty gives you speci c legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which may vary from state to state.

All warranty claims must be approved by Golden Technologies before any service is performed. Warranty is valid in all 50 states, Canadian Provinces and Puerto Rico.

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Nothing beats the luxury of the Golden Companion scooter line! The Companions feature our patented adjustable tiller, bright head and tail lights and a plush seat. Weight capacities of 300 and 350 lbs.

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for Your reCorDs

Please ll in your Power Lift & Recline Chair information below. This information will be useful in the event that you should ever need to contact Golden Technologies, Inc. concerning your lift chair.

Date of Purchase _____________________________________________ Model ______________________________________________________ Serial Number _______________________________________________ Your Golden Technologies, Inc. representative or provider

Name ______________________________________________________ Company ___________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________

WARNING

Do not allow children to play on this mechanized furniture or operate the mechanism.

Leg rest folds down on closing so that a child could possibly be injured.

Always leave chair in a sitting position. Keep hands and feet clear of mechanism. Only the occupant should operate it.

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