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OWNER'S MANUAL

[ Health Mate Infrared Sauna ]

Health Mate Infrared Sauna: The World's Finest Sauna

Old World Craftsmanship. New World Technology.

Congratulations on your purchase of the Health Mate Infrared Sauna. We are confident that your entire family will enjoy the many benefits of using the Health Mate Sauna for years to come. Carefully and thoroughly read this manual in its entirety before using the Health Mate Sauna for the first time. We recommend keeping this manual for regular review and future reference.

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Dear Customer, Thank You for choosing Health Mate Infrared Sauna. Since 1979 Health Mate has grown to become the largest manufacturer of home saunas in the world. I attribute this growth and success entirely to our customer satisfaction, the recognized health benefits, and the quality of our workmanship. At Health Mate, we use only the finest materials coupled with state-of-the-art construction and the highest safety standard in the industry. This allows us to proudly extend to our customers a lifetime warranty on all Health Mate infrared heaters. You will be surprised at the noticeable effects on pain relief, weight control, skin stimulation, and stress reduction due to an increased blood circulation when using the Health Mate Infrared Sauna. Whatever your needs, we invite you to experience the difference with Health Mate: A difference in health benefit, a difference in quality, and a difference in attitude of our team service and support. The whole Health Mate team is looking forward to serving your needs. Sincerely,

Health Mate Family

[ TABLE OF CONTENTS ]

Packaging and Individual Panel Information Installation Information Assembly Instructions Digital Controller Operating Instructions Enjoying Your Health Mate Sauna Tips for Use Safety Instructions Optional Accessories Troubleshooting Guide Warranty Information / Sauna Information / Contact Information Page (3) Page (4) Page (5 ~ 10) Page (11) Page (12) Page (13) Page (14) Page (15) Page (16) Page (17)

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Packaging and Individual Panel Information

Health Mate sauna comes packaged in 2 boxes: Contents of A-Box (Large)

1. Front Panel / Back Panel / Top Panel 2. Accessory Box * For 3,4 and 5-person models only: a) 3-person only: 110V/20Amp duplex receptacle (Included in Accessory Box) b) 4 and 5-person only: 220V receptacle (Included in Accessory Box) c) Backrest (Separately packaged)

Contents of B-Box (Small)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Bottom (Floor) Panel Left Side Panel Right Side Panel Bench Heater Panel Bench Panel

*WARNING!!! The receptacle provided by the manufacturer must be installed by a qualified electrician only.

NAME 1] 2] 3] DESCRIPTION 4] 5] NAME

Front Panel

Bench & Bench Heater

Bench: the smooth and 8] finished end should face forward and up when 9] installing

Top Panel

Ventilator: from inside

Side Panels

12] Inside: Horizontal Bench Guide and Vertical Bench Heater Guide

Door with Adjustable Lexan Window 6] Additional Lexan Window(s) (for 3,4 and 5-person models) Dual Digital Controls (Inside & Outside) 7] Outside: Radio/CD Player with detachable faceplate Inside: Heaters, Reading Lamp and Warning Label

adjusted 11] Left & Right Side Panels

Bench Heater: make sure 13] When positioning the side that the "TOP" sticker is panels during assembly, make facing up and heater facing 10] Inside Back End: Speakers & Ventilator sure that the guides are facing forward when installing inward and each other.

Outside Front End: Wooden Sliding Door & Antenna

Bottom Panel

Back Panel

Backrest

Accessory Box

DESCRIPTION

14] When positioning the bottom panel, 15] Inside: Heaters, Rear Power 16] It can be positioned make sure that the side with Outlets and Wooden Web against either side panels "FRONT" sticker faces forward in the Back or back panel for added direction of the front panel. comfort.

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Below are pictures of individual panels for the 2 -person model and the backrest. Other models vary. Front Panel Bottom Panel Top Panel

Inside Back End

Back Panel

Side Panel

Bench & Bench Heater

(included with 3,4 & 5-person models / can be separately purchased)

*Backrest

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Installation Information

CHOOSING A LOCATION In determining a location for your Health Mate Infrared Sauna, there are two important issues to keep in mind. First, the sauna should always be placed on a fairly leveled surface. Second, the sauna must be placed indoors and in a dry area. Moisture will cause damages to the interior and exterior of the sauna. Basement, attic, garage, playroom, spare bedroom, new extension and garden chalet are just a few of possible locations for your sauna. Health Mate's beautiful and simple cedar wooden exterior will compliment the interior of your house. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE 1. Before using your Health Mate Infrared Sauna for the first time, clean the inside of the sauna with a damp cloth. 2. When cleaning the exterior, use furniture polish. 3. To absorb perspiration during a sauna session, we recommend placing a soft towel on the floor and on the bench of the sauna. 4. Scratches and stains on the sauna can be removed by simply using a fine grade sandpaper over the damaged area. 5. A customized Health Mate Sauna Cover is available as an accessory to all models. Use of this outdoor storage cover will not only protect the natural beauty of the sauna, but will also help in maintaining years of continuous enjoyment. 6. We recommend applying a heavy furniture polish to the outside of the sauna before putting the cover on. Use of a polish will create a barrier between the wood and the weather.

ACCESSORY BOX:

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(1) Main Power Cable (2) In/Out Doorknob Set (3) Towel Set

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(4) Radio/CD Player Faceplate (5) Owner's Manual (6) Radio/CD Owner's Manual

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3-person Model Only: 110V/20-Amp duplex receptacle 4 & 5-person Model Only: 220V receptacle

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Assembly Instructions

Assembly of the sauna requires at least 2 adults to complete. There are no tools needed at all. Please read the instructions tho roughly before and during assembly to ensure proper installation of the unit. If you encounter any problems or have questions during assembly, please feel free to call our Customer Service toll-free at 1-800-946-6001, M-F, between 8 and 5, PST.

(1) LOCATION OF SAUNA When determining a location for your sauna, please keep in mind the following: 1. The Main Power Cord on the sauna must be easily accessible. 2. The location must be dry and leveled. (2) PLACING BOTTOM PANEL Place the Bottom Panel on the ground and make sure that the "FRONT" sticker is facing the direction where the front of the sauna would be.

(3) CONNECTING BACK PANEL TO BOTTOM PANEL Connect the Back Panel to the Bottom Panel by lining up the Back Panel on the groove of the Bottom Panel. Align buckles on both panels and fasten them if applicable. Keep in mind that the Back Panel will not have enough support from the buckles alone until the Side Panels have been installed in place.

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Assembly Instructions Continued

(4) CONNECTING SIDE PANELS Connect the Side Panels (Left & Right) to the Bottom and Back Panels by lining up buckles and fastening them. 1. Each Side Panel has a white label to identify which side it is. The panel with "LEFT" label should be placed on the left side when facing the sauna from the front. The same goes with the Right Side Panel. 2. Make sure that the two cables on the Bottom Panel do not get wedged underneath the Left Side Panel. (5) CONNECTING POWER CABLE FROM BOTTOM TO BACK PANEL Plug the Female Power Cable from Bottom Panel to the Outlet located on the Back Panel. Female Power Cable plugs into the Male Outlet.

Outlet (Back Panel) Female Power Cable (Bottom Panel)

Male Outlet

(6) ROUTING OF MAIN POWER CORD Run the Main Power Cord, found in the Accessory Box, through the hole on the front left corner of the Bottom Panel. Make sure that the Male Plug on the Main Power Cord, which will be plugged into the wall outlet, is routed through the hole to the underside of the Bottom Panel so that it can be pulled out from underneath the Bottom Panel.

Main Power Cable

Male Plug of Main Power Cable

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Assembly Instructions Continued

(7) INSTALLING BENCH HEATER PANEL Slide down the Bench Heater Panel by lining up its sides with the Vertical Guides on each Side Panel. 1. Bench Heater Panel must be positioned so that the "TOP" sticker is facing up and the red heater grill is facing outward. 2. Be careful not to scratch the Side Panels when positioning the Heater Panel.

Vertical Bench Heater Panel Guides (Side Panels)

(8) PLUGGING BENCH HEATER CABLE Plug in the Bench Heater Cable to the Outlet located on the Back Panel. Male Bench Heater Cable plugs into any one of the Female Outlets.

Power Cable (Bottom Panel)

Female Outlets

Bench Heater Cable

(9) INSTALLING BENCH PANEL Install the Bench Panel by sliding it over the Horizontal Guides on each Side Panel. Be careful not to scratch the Side Panels when doing so. Make sure to position the Bench so that the smooth and finished sides of the Bench are facing up and forward.

Horizontal Bench Guide

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Assembly Instructions Continued

(10) CONNECTING FRONT PANEL Place the Front Panel onto the recessed area where the "FRONT" sticker is. Align buckles with both Side Panels and secure in place by fastening the buckles.

Buckle Open

Buckle Fastened

(11) PLACING TOP PANEL Lower the Top Panel onto the assembled panels. 1. The Top Panel must be positioned so that the Antenna and Cables on the Top Panel are in the front left corner, right above the CD Player. 2. Gently place the Top Panel onto the rest of the assembled panels. When all four corners are in place, gently push down the Top Panel from the outside corners until it is snuggly fit over the rest of the panels. 3. Make sure that the cables in the front left corners do not get pinched between the panels.

Sliding Door

(12) INSTALLING STEREO FACEPLATE Attach the Stereo Faceplate found in the Accessory Box onto the Radio/CD Player on the Front Panel. Position the right side of the Faceplate on the groove on the stereo and then gently push down the left side until you hear a click, which indicates that it is securely in place. It can be easily detached by pushing the "RELEASE" button on the top left corner of the Faceplate.

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Assembly Instructions Continued

(13) ANTENNA AND SPEAKER CONNECTIONS Make Antenna and Speaker Cable connections on the Top Panel. 1. Open the Sliding Door located in the front left corner of the Top Panel. 2. Locate the Antenna Cable and Speaker Cables, which 2 Black and Red Jacks. 3. Plug in Antenna and Speaker Cables into corresponding Female Outlets. Red Speaker Jack plugs into Red Speaker Outlet. Same goes for Black. 4. Antenna Cable does not plug in all the way. Push in the cable as far as it allows, which is about halfway in.

Speaker Outlets

Antenna Cable

Speaker Cables (Red & Black)

Antenna Outlet

(14) POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS Make Power Supply connections on the Front Panel. 1. Located on the lower right hand corner (when looking at it from inside of the sauna facing the door) of the Front Panel is a Wooden Box with a Cover. Lift up the cover to reveal a Power Supply with 2 outlets, Male and Female. 2. Plug in the Female End of the Main Power Cord into the Male Outlet on the Power Supply. 3. Plug in the Male Power Cable from the front of the Bottom Panel into the Female Outlet on the Power Supply. 4. Make sure all connections are secure and close the cover.

Male Power Plug (Bottom Panel) Fuse Holder

PROBLEM: There is no power to sauna or CD player. SOLUTION: Disconnect the main power cord from the power supply and locate the fuse holder (see picture). Remove the fuse by pushing the fuse cap in and twisting it counterclockwise until it is free. Replace with a 250-Volt 4-Amp fuse.

Female Plug (Main Power Cord)

Wooden Box: Door Closed

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Assembly Instructions Continued

(15) DOORKNOB INSTALLATION Install Inside and Outside Doorknobs, which can be found in the Accessory Box. 1. Align the Angular Outside Doorknob against 2 holes on the outside of the door. Make sure that the end with Washer Hole is at the top and Small Wooden Peg at the bottom. 2. Insert the Wooden Peg into the bottom hole and hold it at an angle against the door. 3. Insert the Screw-End of the Round Inside Doorknob into the hole located on the inside of the door. 4. Align the Washer Hole on the Angular Outside Doorknob with the Screw on the Round Inside Doorknob. Press the Outside Doorknob against the door and turn the Inside Doorknob into the Washer Hole on the Outside Doorknob. Screw in the Round Doorknob until it is tightly fit.

Wooden Peg

Washer Hole

(16) PLUG YOUR SAUNA INTO THE WALL OUTLET, AND IT'S READY TO BE ENJOYED BY YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!

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Digital Controller Operating Instructions

PLEASE REFER TO THE REVISED DIGITAL KEYPAD INSTRUCTIONS (4 PAGES).

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Enjoying your Health Mate Sauna

The Health Mate Infrared Sauna utilizes infrared heat. Infrared heat waves reach the body directly without having to heat the intervening air inside the sauna. With this system, breathing is more comfortable and the atmosphere inside the sauna is more enjoyable than in conventional saunas. Because the infrared heat energy is warming the body directly (and not the air, walls, and fixtures within the sauna), a lower thermostat temperature can be used to achieve the desired results.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

Review all health and safety instructions. If in doubt as to the advisability of using your infrared sauna, consult with your physician. If you feel light-headed or heat-exhausted during a session, exit the sauna immediately.

1. Select the desired temperature and adjust the thermostat accordingly. 2. Allow approximately 10-15 minutes for the sauna to warm up before beginning a session. 3. Perspiration will begin within 10 to 15 minutes after stepping into the unit. We recommend that a sauna session does not exceed 30 minutes. 4. When the temperature reaches the level set on the thermostat, the heaters will turn off and on periodically to maintain the desired temperature level inside of the sauna. 5. The front window and/or ceiling vent can be opened at any time to introduce fresh air into the sauna. 6. Infrared's unique property of direct penetration into the body without heating the intervening air in-between allows sauna users to enjoy all of its benefits while the door or window of a sauna is open for ventilation. 7. Always drink plenty of water before, during, and after a sauna session. Doing so will replenish lost fluids from the body through perspiration.

8. Choosing to take a hot shower or bath prior to the sauna session will further promote perspiration. However, dry off thoroughly before going into the sauna because excessive water will stain or warp the wood. A shower after the session is refreshing and rinses perspiration from the body. 9. To absorb perspiration and keep the sauna tidy during the session, place a towel on the bench and floor of the sauna. Keep one towel handy to wipe excessive sweat from your body. 10.The interior of the Health Mate infrared sauna is made of the finest Western Canadian Red Cedar. It is very aromatic and adds to the enjoyment of your sauna session. If the fragrance of the fresh wood is too strong during the first few months of usage, wipe the wood with a damp cloth to minimize the aroma.

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Tips for Use

1) To regulate the temperature inside the sauna during your session, use the roof vent or the door window (by setting it at an angle). 2) If you feel the need for more cooling, simply leave the door open until the air around you feels comfortable enough. 3) By leaving the thermostat at the highest setting, you will get continuous output from the infrared heaters in your unit. 4) Drink plenty of fluids prior to, during, and after your session. 5) If you take a hot/warm shower or bath before your sauna session, you may perspire more. Try it with and without bathing or showering first to determine which way you prefer. 6) To utilize the sauna's heat therapy effect, give your hair a hot oil treatment while in the sauna. Put oil or treatment into your hair and wrap it with towel. After the session is over, rinse your hair thoroughly. 7) Use at least 2-3 towels. Sit on one towel folded over several times for added cushioning. Put another towel on the floor to absorb extra sweat. A third towel draped over the knees may aid you in comfort and is useful to towel off sweat. 8) Be sure to towel off excess sweat during your session to help the body perspire more freely. 9) To help relieve sore and tense muscles, massage the affected areas while in sauna to help heal faster. 10) Do not put any lotions or oils on the body or face when using the sauna. This may block the pores and hinder perspiration. 11) Shaving your face or legs with a razor while profusely sweating in a sauna yields an incredibly smooth result without the use of gels or foams. 12) Do not eat anything at least an hour before your sauna session. It is better to go in the sauna on an empty stomach. You are more likely to feel uncomfortable sitting in a sauna with a full stomach. 13) To make the most out of your sauna session, work your muscles while in the sauna. Stretch your arms and legs, massage your neck, massage your feet, etc. 14) You can benefit from the relaxing and soothing effects of a regular sauna session by going to sleep afterwards. The peaceful and relaxed state rendered by a sauna session will help you sleep easier and better. 15) At the first sign of cold or flu, increasing your sauna sessions may be beneficial in boosting your immune system and decreasing the reproductive rate of the viruses. 16) Consult your physician for the proper treatment for this or any other conditions. 17) To treat your ankles and feet more effectively, you must elevate them while inside the sauna. Any area that you wish to achieve a specific deep heating effect in should be moved as close to one of the heaters as feels comfortable. 18) After the session is over, do not immediately jump into the shower. Since your body was heated up during the session, it will continue to sweat even after the heaters are off. Sit in the sauna with the door open and let the body sweat a little more while it cools off. After you feel comfortable enough, take a warm shower and finish it off with a cold shower to cool off completely.

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Safety Instructions

1. Read and follow all instructions carefully. 2. When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed. 3. To reduce the risk of injury, do not allow children to use the sauna unless they are closely supervised at all times. 4. Do not use the sauna immediately following strenuous exercise. Wait at least 30 minutes to allow the body to cool down completely. 5. Excessive temperatures have a high potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy. Pregnant or possibly pregnant women should contact their physician prior to using the sauna. 6. Hyperthermia Danger: Prolonged exposure to hot air will induce hyperthermia. Hyperthermia occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body temperature of 37C (98.6F). While hyperthermia has many health benefits, it is important not to allow your body's core temperature to rise above 103F. Symptoms of excessive hyperthermia include dizziness, lethargy, drowsiness, and fainting. The effects of excessive hyperthermia may include failure to perceive heat, failure to recognize the need to exit, unawareness of impending hazard, fetal damage in pregnant women, physical inability to exit the sauna, and unconsciousness. 7. The use of alcohol, drugs, or medications prior to or during the sauna session may lead to unconsciousness. 8. Persons suffering from obesity or with a medical history of heart disease, low or high blood pressure, circulatory system problems, or diabetes should consult a physician prior to using the sauna. 9. Persons using medications should consult a physician before using the sauna since some medications may induce drowsiness while others may affect heart rate, blood pressure, and circulation. 10. Exercise care when entering or exiting the sauna. 11. Never sleep inside the sauna while the unit is in full operation. 12. Do not use any type of cleaning agents on the interior of the sauna. 13. Do not stack or store any objects on top of or inside the sauna. 14. If power supply cord becomes damaged, it must immediately be replaced by the manufacturer or its agent or a similarly qualified person to avoid a hazard. 15. Do not use the unit during an electrical storm, as there is a remote risk of shock. 16. Altering or tampering of any electrical connections on the power supply will void the manufacturer's warranty. 17. Dry your hands before handling electrical controls. Never unplug the power cord or adjust the controls with wet hands or when you have wet bare feet. A danger of electrical shock exists. 18. Do not attempt any repair without consulting the manufacturer first. Unauthorized repair attempts will void manufacturer's warranty. 19. We strongly recommend the use of a GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTER (GFCI) device in any potentially wet locations. 20. The HEALTH M ATE SAUNA is made of the finest Canadian Cedar. All natural wood products have variations in the color, the grain, and irregularities such as knots, and fine cracks. These characteristics are a part of the natural beauty of the wood, and in no way should be considered defective. 21. We recommend turning the sauna on for the maximum time and temperature in order to burn off any factory dust prior to using the sauna for the first time. Following this procedure will make your first sauna session a pleasurable one.

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Optional Accessories

1. Covers to fit all models: Our waterproof outdoor storage covers are custom-made for our saunas. Each cover allows access to the sauna without having to remove the cover, and it comes with a 5-year limited warranty (see picture below). 2. Canadian Cedar Backrest: A backrest can be used to support your lower back while sitting in the sauna, or as a headrest while laying down in our larger saunas (see picture on page 3). 3. Magazine Rack with a Cup Holder: Convenient rack can hold books, magazines, towels, and even a sports bottle (see picture below).

OUTDOOR COVER (open)

OUTDOOR COVER (Closed)

MAGAZINE RACK/ CUP HOLDER

Please return the enclosed warranty registration card today and receive these three important benefits: (1) Product Registration: Information you have provide will allow us to create a customer database which will allow us to notify you of any substantive issues that arise concerning this product. (2) Product Protection: Returning this registration card will guarantee that the manufacturer will honor the warranty on your product to its full extent. We will keep your model number, serial number, and purchase date of your valuable asset on file in order to provide you with better service in the future. (3) Product Input: By completing all of the questions on this registration card, you will help us understand more about you, our valuable customer. This will help us improve our existing product and develop innovative products to help you enjoy a healthier life.

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Troubleshooting Guide

Problem: RADIO/CD PLAYER IS NOT WORKING. Solution: (1) Make sure that the radio faceplate is seated properly. (2) Check the fuse behind the radio (Please refer to the radio owner's manual on how to remove it). Problem: HOUSE BREAKER/FUSE IS TRIPPING. Solution: (1) Check that the amperage of the breaker is correct for size of the sauna. (2) Make sure that the circuit is not overloaded by having too many appliances on one circuit. Problem: DIGITAL CONTROLLER DISPLAY IS SHOWING AN ERROR CODE AND WILL NOT START. Solution: (1) Unplug sauna, wait one minute, and then plug back into power source. Try the procedure 3 times. Problem: THERE IS NO POWER TO SAUNA OR CD PLAYER. Solution: (1) Check to make sure that the main power cord is plugged into the wall outlet. (2) Make sure that the house circuit breaker for that outlet is not tripped. (3) Lift open the wooden power supply cover located at the lower right corner of the front panel (as viewed from the inside). Make sure the other end of the main power cord is plugged into the male outlet on the power supply. (3) Please refer to Number (14) on page 9 for instructions on replacing the fuse. Problem: READING LIGHT IS NOT WORKING. Solution: (1) Check if the light has been manually turned off by pressing the "LAMP" button on the keypad while the sauna is turned on. (2) Disconnect the main power cord from the sauna and change the light bulb. Access the bulb by removing one or two of the lens mounting screws located at each corner of the light fixture, and then lifting off the lens. Replace the bulb in a 120-Volt sauna with a 120-Volt/60Watt bulb. 230-Volt saunas require a 230-Volt/60-Watt bulb (220-Volt or 240-Volt bulb is okay). Problem: REAR HEATERS PRODUCE NO HEAT. Solution: (1) Lift up the bench panel and check to see that the power cable from the floor panel is plugged into the male outlet on the rear panel. (2) Lift open the wooden power supply cover located at the lower right corner of the front panel. Check to make sure that the power cord coming from inside the front of the bottom panel (with male plug) is plugged into the female outlet on the power supply. Problem: BENCH HEATER PRODUCES NO HEAT. Solution: (1) Lift up the bench panel and check to see that the power cable from the floor panel is plugged into the male outlet on the rear panel. (2) Lift open the wooden power supply cover located at the lower right corner of the front panel (as viewed from the inside). Check to make sure that the power cord coming from inside the front of the bottom panel (with male plug) is plugged into the female outlet on the power supply. Problem: BENCH HEATER IS NOT AS HOT AS THE FRONT AND REAR HEATERS. Solution: (1) The bench heater is operating correctly. It is intentionally designed to produce less heat compared to the other heaters. Problem: THE CD PLAYER IS ON, BUT NO SOUND COMES FROM THE SPEAKERS. Solution: (1) Open the wooden access cover on the top of the roof, in the front left corner. Make sure both of the speaker cables are plugged into the speaker jacks correctly. (2) Refer to the instruction manual for the CD player and check to see that the volume is not turned all the way down. Problem: SOUND ONLY COMES FROM ONE SPEAKER. Solution: (1) Make sure both of the speaker cables are plugged into the speaker jacks. (2) Refer to the instruction manual for the CD player and check to see that the sound balance on the stereo is not set all the way to one side. Problem: CD IS PLAYING CORRECTLY, BUT THE RADIO DOESN'T TUNE IN STATIONS CLEARLY. Solution: (1) Extend the antenna and orient it so that the reception is clear. (2) Open the wooden access cover on the top of the roof. Make sure that the antenna cable is plugged into antenna jack as far as it will go.

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Warranty, Your Sauna & Contact Information

Limited Warranty

PLH Products, Inc. warrants the Health Mate Infrared Saunas to be free of defects in material and workmanship. 1) 2) 3) Heaters Workmanship Electrical Components Lifetime 5 Year 1 Year

This warranty extends only to the original retail purchaser of the sauna and terminates upon transfer of ownership. It does not extend to commercial or institutional use or installation. The sauna must be purchased and installed in the United States within one year of manufactured date. All repair work is guaranteed for a period of 90 days when performed by an Authorized Dealer. Freight charges to and from the customer are the responsibility of the customer. This includes freight charges for parts shipped to enable the services of your sauna. This warranty is void if the sauna has been altered, misused, or abused. Such instances shall include operation or maintenance of the sauna in deviation to the published instructions. The warranty extends only to the manufacturing defects and does not cover any damages resulting from mishandling of the product by the owner. PLH Products, Inc. shall not be liable for the loss of use of the sauna or other incidental or consequential damages. Under no circumstances shall PLH Products, Inc. or any of its representatives be held liable for injury to any persons or damages to any properties. Some states do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

For your record, please complete the following information. You will need to refer to these information when calling the manufacturer for customer service. Date of Purchase Date of delivery Model Number Serial number Dealer Information (Name & Phone) Contact Information for Customer Service (PLH Products, Inc.) Address Toll Free No. Fax No. Email: Web: 16000 Phoenix Drive, City of industry, CA 91745 (800) 946-6001 (626) 968-0445 [email protected] www.healthmatesauna.com

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CIVILIZED INFRARED HEALTH SAUNA SINCE 1979

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Dear customer, The following pages contain the revised digital keypad instructions for your Health Mate infrared sauna. Should you need assistance or have questions, please fee free to contact our customer service department at 1800-946-6001, M-F, 8-5 PST. Thank you once again for choosing Health Mate. Sincerely, PLH Products, Inc.

REVISED DIGITAL KEYPAD INSTRUCTIONS

AM Clock Indicator Light

PM

Clock Indicator Light

° F / °C

Current Session Indicator

Temperature

Mode

MINUTE

Current Session Time Indicator

RESERV

Reservation Status Indicator

START-UP 1. Plug in the power cord to the electrical outlet. 2. If the unit is being plugged in for the first time, 12:00 will blink on the LCD display with AM indicator light lit. 3. Once the clock has been set, it will operate independently of the power in the sauna. SETTING THE CLOCK 1. Clock can be set only while the power is off. 2. Press and hold the CLOCK button for 3 seconds to go into clock setting mode. The display on the LCD screen will blink. 3. Press HOUR (HR) or MINUTE (MIN) button to set time. a. Both hour and minute values increase by 1 (hour or minute) at a time. Hour and minute can only increase. If you pass the desired time, you must go one full cycle (12 hours or 60 minutes) to reach the intended time. AM and PM will change accordingly. b. By holding down the MINUTE (MIN) button for 3 seconds, you can increase the rate of change. 4. Once the desired time is set, press and hold the CLOCK for 3 seconds to confirm the setting. STARTING A SESSION 1. Press ON button. The entire keypad will be lit up. If no button is pressed within 10 seconds, the light on the keypad will be turned off automatically. 2. If no buttons are pressed within 30 seconds, the sauna will automatically start with a preset setting. 3. Initially, preset session time and temperature settings will alternate on the display screen until changes are made. a. 30 minutes, which is a preset time setting, will be displayed for 3 seconds. MINUTE will be lit. b. 150 ºF, which is a preset temperature setting, will follow the time setting. ºF will be lit. 4. If a change is made to either time or temperature within 30 seconds of turning on the sauna, the changed values will be saved in memory as a preset setting and will be displayed on next startup. 5. Once the desired settings are made to either time or temperature, press ON button at any time to start the session. 6. You can start the sauna session at any time by pressing ON button.

SETTING SESSION TIME AND TEMPERATURE 1. Current session time and temperature settings will be displayed alternately every 3 seconds. 2. Session time can be set between 5 and 60 minutes. a. Press TIME UP/DOWN ARROWS to adjust session time. Time value will increase or decrease by 1 minute at a time. b. By holding down the up/down arrow keys, you can speed up the rate of change. c. MINUTE will be lit to indicate changes being made to time setting. 3. Temperature can be set between 90ºF and 170ºF. a. Press TEMPERATURE UP/DOWN ARROWS to adjust session temperature. Temperature value will increase or decrease by 1 degree at a time. b. By holding down the up/down arrow keys, you can speed up the rate of change. c. ºF will be lit to indicate changes being made to temperature setting. d. SWITCHING BETWEEN ºF AND ºC i. You can change between Fahrenheit and Celsius while in setting mode. Once the session has begun, change cannot be made. ii. By pressing TEMPERATURE UP and LAMP keys simultaneously, you can switch between ºF and ºC. iii. The temperature mode indicators (ºF or ºC) on the right side of display screen will be lit accordingly. 4. You can press ON button at anytime to start the session. SAUNA IN SESSION 1. While the sauna is in use, the display will alternate between remaining session time and current temperature every 10 seconds. 2. You can press the CLOCK button at any time during the session to check the current time. The time will be displayed for 5 seconds and will switch back to displaying remaining session time and current temperature. 3. Changes to time and temperature settings can be made anytime during the session by pressing UP/DOWN ARROWS for either time or temperature. However, changes made while the sauna is in use will not affect the preset setting in memory. 4. The interior light can be either turned on or off by pressing INTERIOR LIGHT key at any time. 5. You can end the session at any time by simply pressing OFF button. OTA (OVER TEMPERATURE ALARM) 1. If the inside temperature reaches the maximum temperature of 180ºF, OTA will flash on the display screen and an alarm will sound for 5 seconds. The unit will turn itself off automatically.

2. Let the sauna cool off for about 30 minutes. Unplug the power cord and then plug it back in to reset the unit. The sauna is now safe to use again. RESERVATION MODE 1. Reservation mode enables the user to set a desired time when the sauna will be turned on automatically. 2. Reservation setting can be made only when the sauna is turned off. 3. If the sauna is turned on within 2 hours of the reservation time, the setting will be cleared from the reservation mode. However, the sauna can be used at anytime as long as it is more than 2 hours before the reservation time. 4. Setting reservation time: a. Press and hold the RES button for 3 seconds. b. 12:00 will flash on the display and AM and RESV will be lit. c. Both hour and minute increase by 1 (hour or minute) at a time. Hour and minute can only increase. If you pass the desired time, you must go one full cycle (12 hours or 60 minutes) to reach the intended time. AM and PM will change accordingly. d. By holding down the MINUTE (MIN) button for 3 seconds, you can increase the rate of change. e. When the desired time has been set, press and hold the RES button for 3 seconds to confirm the reservation. 5. The user is allowed to set the starting time only. No changes can be made to the preset reservation setting of 30 minutes/150ºF. 6. Reservation function is for 1-time use only and will not be repeated automatically. 7. If you would like to repeat the same reservation time from the previous setting, simply press the RES button twice to confirm. 8. When the sauna is in reservation mode, the RESV will stay lit until it reaches the set time. 9. When the sauna reaches the reservation time, an alarm will sound and the session will start at 30 minutes/150ºF. The interior light will be turned on as well. If there is no change to the setting, the sauna will simply count down from 30 minutes and 150ºF and turn itself off at the end of 30 minutes. 10.If the user changes time or temperature settings once the sauna session has begun, the sauna will go into normal mode and operate according to changed values. 11.To cancel the reservation, press RES button. When the display is blinking, simply press the OFF button to clear the setting.

LAST UPDATED: 2/4/2003

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