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Prodigy™ OWNERS MANUAL n English / Spanish

[ adjustable bases ]

CONTENTS Advisory....................................................................................................................... 3 Acoustics..................................................................................................................... 5 Installation.................................................................................................................. 6 Prodigy™ Remote Control Function...............................................................................15 Prodigy™ Remote Control Programming (1 remote control - 1 bed)................................. 16 Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................18 Accessories.................................................................................................................20 1-3-20 Warranty..........................................................................................................21 Spanish translation begins on page 23. La traducción en español inicia en la página 23.

If adjustable base does not operate or if parts are missing, call: 800-888-3078 Do not contact retail store or dealer.

ADVISORY IMPORTANT INFORMATION READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

FOR OPTIMUM ADJUSTABLE BASE OPERATION, USE A GROUNDED, ELECTRICAL SURGE PROTECTION DEVICE (NOT INCLUDED). FAILURE TO USE A SURGE PROTECTION DEVICE COULD COMPROMISE SAFETY OR CAUSE PRODUCT MALFUNCTION.

ELECTRICAL RATING Electrical components are rated for 100–240V, 50–60Hz, 1.5 amp. ELECTRICAL GROUNDING This product is equipped with a polarized or grounded electrical power cord. The power cord will only fit into a grounded, electrical surge protection device (not included) or a grounded electrical outlet. WARRANTY WARNING Do not open any control boxes, motors or remote control devices (with the exception of the remote control and power down box battery compartments). The product warranty will be void if these components are tampered with. Do not attempt to alter component wiring or adjust or modify the structure of the product in any way or the warranty will be void. Any repair or replacement of bed parts must be performed by authorized personnel. LUBRICATION This product is designed to be maintenance free. The lift motors are permanently lubricated and sealed—no additional lubrication is required. Do not apply lubricant to lift motor lead screws or any nylon nuts or the base may inadvertently creep downward from the elevated position.

PRODUCT RATINGS The base lift motors are not designed for continuous use. Reliable operation and full life expectancy will be realized as long as the lift motors do not operate any more than four (4) minutes over a forty (40) minute period, or approximately 10% duty cycle. Note: Massage equipped bases are not designed for continuous, extended massage operation. Massage systems are rated for a maximum of 2 hours of use within any 6 hour period. Any attempt to circumvent or exceed product ratings will shorten the life expectancy of the product and may void the warranty. The recommended weight restrictions for Prodigy™ bases is 600 lb (272 kg). The base will structurally support the recommended weight distributed evenly across the head and foot sections. This product is not designed to support or lift this amount in the head or foot sections alone. Note: Exceeding the recommended weight restrictions could damage the base and void the warranty. For best performance, consumers should enter and exit the adjustable base with the base in the flat (horizontal) position. DO NOT SIT ON THE HEAD OR FOOT SECTIONS WHILE IN THE RAISED POSITION.

UL (Underwriters Laboratories) recognized components. CFR 1633 approved for use with most mattresses. Assembled in USA.

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ADVISORY IMPORTANT INFORMATION READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT SMALL CHILDREN / PETS WARNING After the base is unboxed, immediately dispose of packaging material as it can smother small children and pets. To avoid injury, children or pets should not be allowed to play under or on the base. Children should not operate this base without adult supervision. HOSPITAL USE DISCLAIMER This base is designed for in-home use only. It is not approved for hospital use and does not comply with hospital standards. Do not use this base with tent type oxygen therapy equipment, or use near explosive gases. PACEMAKER WARNING This product produces a vibrating sensation. It is possible that individuals with heart-assist pacemakers may experience a sensation similar to exercise. Consult physician for complete information. SERVICE REQUIREMENTS Service technicians are not responsible for moving furniture, removing headboards and footboards or any items required to perform maintenance on the base. In the event the technician is unable to perform service due to lack of accessibility, the service call will be billed to the purchaser and the service will have to be rescheduled.

FCC COMPLIANCE Components meet Class B digital device rating (Part 15, FCC rules) for residential use. Prodigy™ bases generate, use and may radiate radio frequency energy. Radio communication may be affected if not installed and operated as recommended in this manual. Changes or modifications not expressively approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Radio frequency = 2.4GHz. LOCKING CASTER SAFETY FEATURE Prodigy™ bases are equipped with locking casters to prohibit the base from movement. For best results, place rubber caster cups under locking casters when the base is located on smooth or hard surface flooring—it is possible for locking caster equipped bases to slide without the use of rubber caster cups. To activate locking casters, push down on the lock tab. To disengage the locking mechanism, push up on the lock tab (see illustration below).

LOCKING CASTER DETAIL

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ACOUSTICS LIFTING/LOWERING MECHANISMS The lift/lower feature will emit a minimal humming sound during operation. This is normal. During operation, the lift arm wheels make contact with the platform support of the base. This applies slight tension on the moving components and resonance is reduced to a minimum level. If excessive noise or vibration is experienced, reverse the movement action (up or down) of the base with the remote control. This should realign the base’s activating mechanisms to the proper operational position.

LOCATION ENVIRONMENT The level of sound experienced during operation is directly related to the location environment. For example, when a base is located on a hardwood floor with the massage feature in operation, a vibrating tone will be audible. To minimize this resonance, place a piece of carpet—or optional rubber caster cups—under each leg or caster of the base. See the Accessories section of this manual for rubber caster cup order information. It is possible to experience vibration or noise from the headboard brackets, headboards or footboards if mounting bolts are not firmly tightened.

MASSAGE OPERATION The massage feature will emit a minimal tone during operation. This is normal. When the massage level is increased, motor resonance will intensify accordingly.

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INSTALLATION For installation and setup, complete the numbered procedure indicated below and on the following pages: STEP 1 Before discarding any packing materials, check the adjustable base shipping carton and verify the following items are included: • • • • •

(1) (4) (4) (2) (1)

Foot Mattress Retainer (per base) 4 inch Bed Legs* Locking Leg Casters Headboard Bracket Assemblies** Headboard Bracket Hardware Kit (blister card)** • (1) Remote Control • (1) Owners Manual • (1) Warranty Activation Card

FOOT MATTRESS RETAINER (1 per base)

*4 inch legs may be used separately or in combination with casters to raise base to varying heights off the floor: • 4 inch leg only = 4 inch base height • 4 inch leg w/caster = 6-1/2 inch base height **Some Prodigy™ models may not include headboard brackets.

4” LEG (4 pieces) 4” legs standard with product. Other legs may be included based on provider’s discretion. If different leg height is desired, please refer to Accessories page in this manual for purchase options.

LOCKING LEG CASTER (4 pieces) REMOTE CONTROL ANGLE BRACE

HEADBOARD BRACKET ASSEMBLIES Queen size shown—twin size (or smaller) headboard brackets are not equipped with angle brace. (4 pieces, 2 assemblies)

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HEADBOARD BRACKET HARDWARE KIT (hardware blister card: 16 pieces)

INSTALLATION STEP 2 Carefully lift the base frame from the shipping carton, keeping the unit top-side-down. STEP 3 Install (4) legs into the base frame. Simply screw each leg into a tapped hole at each corner of the base frame (FIGURE 1). Insert casters into the bottom of each base leg.

CASTERS – PRESS-FIT INTO BOTTOM OF LEGS

LEGS – SCREW INTO TAPPED HOLE AT EACH CORNER

FIGURE 1: Leg and caster installation.

STEP 4 Remove and extend out power cord from the protective packaging.

POWER CORDS MUST NOT INTERFERE WITH ANY ADJUSTABLE BASE MECHANISMS.

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INSTALLATION STEP 5 Install (2) 9 volt batteries into the receiver unit (FIGURES 2 and 3).

PRESS IN (SLIGHTLY) AND PUSH DOWN TO REMOVE BATTERY COMPARTMENT DOOR

FIGURE 2: Receiver unit (power down box) battery compartment door removal. BATTERY ORIENTATION IS INDICATED INSIDE BATTERY COMPARTMENT

DOOR INSTALLATION: PRESS COMPARTMENT DOOR AGAINST THE BATTERY ENDS, SLIDE DOOR UP AND IN TO ENGAGE THE DOOR TABS

TABS

FIGURE 3: Power down box battery installation and battery compartment door reinstallation.

NOTE: If base is to be set up as a king size unit with a single king size mattress, complete Prodigy™ Tandem Setup procedure (separate sheet insert) before proceeding to Step 6. 8

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INSTALLATION STEP 6 Remove the plastic packaging from the base frame. Carefully rotate the base frame over to position the base top-side-up. STEP 7 Plug electrical power cord into a working, grounded electrical outlet. Note: an electrical surge protection device is recommended (not included).

NOTE PLACE BOTH THE POWER DOWN BOX AND THE POWER CONVERTER ON THE FLOOR UNDER THE BED BASE. THE ELECTRICAL POWER CORD IS FACTORY-ATTACHED TO THE POWER CONVERTER.

STEP 8 Install batteries in remote control (4-AAA size, included). Briefly activate all functions of the base with the remote control to verify all features are in working order. If base does not operate, refer to the Troubleshooting section of this manual. STEP 9 Return base to the level position. STEP 10 Install mattress retainer at the foot end of the base as follows: a. Locate grommeted holes at foot of base (FIGURE 4).

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FIGURE 4: Grommeted hole locations. Prodigy™ Owners Manual 99301078-k

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INSTALLATION b. Place mattress retainer ends into grommeted holes in top surface of adjustable base (FIGURES 5 and 6). Press down until horizontal retainer section is flush against base.

MATTRESS RETAINER

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FIGURE 5: Mattress retainer installation.

FIGURE 6: Mattress retainer installed.

NOTE: If base is to be set up without a headboard, basic installation is now complete. If headboard is to be installed, proceed to Headboard Bracket Installation.

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INSTALLATION HEADBOARD BRACKET INSTALLATION Install headboard brackets to the base frame. When attaching (2) twin size units to a king size headboard an optional swing hinge kit (see accessory section) may be used to connect the twin units.

NOTE FAILURE TO FOLLOW HEADBOARD BRACKET INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE HEADBOARD BRACKET INTERFERENCE WITH BASE FOAM DURING BASE OPERATION. BASE FOAM OR BASE COVER DAMAGE COULD RESULT.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO POSITION THE BOTTOM OF THE HEADBOARD CROSS MEMBER A MAXIMUM DISTANCE OF 3 INCHES (76.2MM) BETWEEN THE HEADBOARD AND THE TOP OF THE MATTRESS (FIGURE 7). DO NOT EXCEED 3 INCHES (76.2MM).

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FIGURE 7: Headboard cross member location must not exceed 3 inches (76.2mm) from the top of the mattress.

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INSTALLATION STEP 11 Install headboard brackets to the base frame as follows: a. Raise the head section of the base (with remote control) to gain access to the base frame. b. Slide one headboard bracket channel onto one side of the base frame. Using (2) carriage bolts/nuts (FIGURE 8) attach channel to base frame (FIGURE 9). Hand tighten bolts/nuts (loosely) to allow adjustment of the headboard bracket channels. Repeat procedure to install the other headboard bracket channel to the other side.

USE (2) 3 INCH CARRIAGE BOLTS AND NUTS TO ATTACH EACH BRACKET CHANNEL TO BASE FRAME EXTENSION

BASE FRAME SLIDE HEADBOARD BRACKET CHANNEL OVER THE BASE FRAME EXTENSION

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FIGURE 8: Headboard bracket channel installation (one each side of the head section of the base).

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HEADBOARD BRACKET HARDWARE KIT CONTAINS: (4) 3 INCH CARRIAGE BOLTS - A (4) 1 INCH HEX HEAD BOLTS - B (8) NUTS - C

FIGURE 9: Headboard bracket hardware.

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INSTALLATION c. Attach one headboard bracket flange to one of the bracket channels with (2) hex head bolts/nuts (FIGURE 10). Tighten bolts. Repeat procedure to attach the other headboard bracket flange. d. Slide headboard bracket assemblies (in or out) to achieve a distance of 1.5 inches (38.1mm) to 2 inches (50.8mm) between the edge of the base and headboard bracket flange assemblies (FIGURE 10).

HEADBOARD BRACKET FLANGE

T CKE R BRA S IN O E SLIDMBLIE HIEVE C E ASS T TO ATION U I O POS

USE (2) 1 INCH LONG HEX HEAD BOLTS AND NUTS (TIGHTEN) TO ATTACH BRACKET FLANGE TO BRACKET CHANNEL FIGURE 10: Headboard bracket flange installation (attach one flange to each of the headboard bracket channels).

NOTE TWIN SIZE HEADBOARD BRACKET ASSEMBLIES ARE SHOWN (FIGURES 10 AND 11). QUEEN SIZE HEADBOARD BRACKETS ARE EQUIPPED WITH ANGLE BRACES.

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INSTALLATION e. Firmly tighten the 3 inch carriage bolts of both headboard bracket channels. f. Measure the distance (center-to-center) between the mounting holes in the headboard. g. Measure the center-to-center distance between the mounting slots of the headboard bracket flanges (FIGURE 11). h. If bracket flange adjustment is required to accept the headboard, remove the 1 inch headboard bracket flange bolts and move flanges side-to-side for the adjustment (FIGURE 11). Reinstall bolts and tighten. i. Install headboard.

MEASURE FLANGE SLOTS CENTER-TO-CENTER TO CHECK HEADBOARD HOLE LOCATION

REMOVE 1 INCH LONG HEX HEAD BOLTS AND RELOCATE FLANGES TO ACHIEVE CENTER-TO-CENTER DISTANCE REQUIRED FOR HEADBOARD MOUNTING HOLES FIGURE 11: Headboard bracket measurement and adjustment to accept headboard.

STEP 12 Install mattress on base.

Typical Prodigy™ adjustable base installation is now complete.

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Prodigy™ REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTION S BUTTON (SET, SLEEP TIMER) Press to capture any position and/or function (massage and/or wave) of the base as a custom position. When the display shows “Set”, within 2 seconds press the 1, 2, 3, or 4 button to save the current setting. When set, position 1 is the default sleep position (factory programmed as flat) and position 3 is the default position to lessen snoring. Up to four custom positions may be saved. For sleep timer function, press 2 times for 30 minute timer and 3 times for 60 minute timer (display will indicate “30” or “60”). When the base times out, base will move to position 1. To cancel the sleep timer, press and release S button until display reads “off.”

DISPLAY Display is active with button code info. Press any button on the hand control to display the time for 5 seconds. When sleep timer is set, displays time remaining in cycle. POSITION BUTTONS (1-4) Press and release to adjust the bed to one of the four custom or factory-set positions. HEAD UP/DOWN BUTTON Press and hold to raise or lower the head section. HEAD MASSAGE BUTTON Press the increase or decrease arrow to turn the massager on. Adjust massage intensity using increase and decrease arrows. To turn off, press and hold the decrease arrow.

FLAT BUTTON Press to adjust the base to the level position. This button also turns off massagers. FOOT UP/DOWN BUTTON Press and hold to raise or lower the foot section.

WAVE UP/DOWN BUTTON Press the increase or decrease arrow—after the head and/or foot massage have been activated—to activate the wave vibration system. Adjust wave intensity using increase and decrease arrows. To turn wave vibration system off, press and hold the decrease arrow.

FOOT MASSAGE BUTTON Press the increase or decrease arrow to turn the massager on. Adjust massage intensity using increase and decrease arrows. To turn off, press and hold the decrease arrow.

ALARM BUTTON Press to turn alarm on or off. Press once to activate Wave wake-up mode (wave symbol will appear). Press twice to activate Alarm wake-up mode (alarm symbol will appear). Press three times to activate both the Wave and Alarm wake-up modes (wave and alarm symbols will appear). Press a fourth time to deactivate alarm (the display will be clear). Alarm status is indicated on the clock display. When the alarm goes off, press any button (except alarm button) to activate a 5-minute snooze alarm. The display will read ALSn. To deactivate the snooze alarm, press the Alarm button. NOTE: When snooze is activated, no other features work. Remote control returns to normal operation once snooze is deactivated.

TIME SET BUTTON Press to activate time set mode. Press the hour (head up/down) and minute (foot up/down) buttons to set time. To exit mode, press any other button on the remote control. ALARM SET BUTTON Press to activate alarm set mode. Press the hour (head up/down) and minute (foot up/down) buttons to set time. To exit mode, press any other button on the remote control.

NOTE REMOTE CONTROL REQUIRES FOUR (4) AAA SIZE BATTERIES. TO CONSERVE BATTERY LIFE, THE TRANSMITTER TURNS OFF ALL FUNCTIONS WHEN ANY BUTTON IS PRESSED FOR MORE THAN 50 SECONDS.

ADDITIONAL BUTTON FUNCTIONS

1. Snore button — Press Set button 3 to activate the snore lessening feature. The base will go to position 3 and after 30 minutes, the base will return to position 1. Note: the base has a default position 3 setting of head up seven (7) degrees, which can be re-programmed by the user. 2. Remote Control Find feature — The find feature is not active by default (to extend battery life). To activate the find feature, press the Alarm Set and Time Set buttons simultaneously. To find the lost remote control, press the Learn button on the power down box for 3 seconds and then release. It will take approximately 1 minute for the lost remote control to beep and flash. When the remote control is found, press any button to stop the beeping/flashing. To deactivate, press the Alarm Set and Time Set buttons simultaneously. Prodigy™ Owners Manual 99301078-k

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Prodigy™ 1 REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING (1 remote control - 1 base) The Prodigy™ adjustable base is factory programmed for 1 remote control to operate 1 base. If reprogramming is needed, follow the instructions below. If programming fails, initiate the programming procedure a second time. PROGRAM 1 REMOTE CONTROL TO OPERATE 1 ADJUSTABLE BASE

The Prodigy™ will be equipped with one of two power down boxes (Type 1 or Type 2). For Prodigy™ Type 1 equipped bases, follow the procedure below. For Prodigy™ Type 2 equipped bases, follow the procedure on the next page.

One remote control is now programmed to operate one base.

STEP 1 Plug base into a working grounded electrical outlet. STEP 2 Locate the power down box, press and hold the learn button for 1 second, then release (FIGURE 12). When the learn light begins flashing rapidly, simultaneously press and hold the Position 1 and wave up buttons on the remote control (FIGURE 13). Continue to hold the buttons until the backlight on the remote control begins flashing, then release.

LEARN BUTTON

FIGURE 13

FIGURE 12: Power down box learn button (Prodigy™ 1).

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WAVE UP BUTTON

TYPE 1 POWER DOWN BOX

LEARN LIGHT

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POSITION 1 BUTTON

Prodigy™ 2 REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING (1 remote control - 1 base) The Prodigy™ adjustable base is factory programmed for 1 remote control to operate 1 base. If reprogramming is needed, follow the instructions below. If programming fails, initiate the programming procedure a second time. PROGRAM 1 REMOTE CONTROL TO OPERATE 1 ADJUSTABLE BASE

The Prodigy™ will be equipped with one of two power down boxes (Type 1 or Type 2). For Prodigy™ Type 1 equipped bases, follow the procedure on the previous page. For Prodigy™ Type 2 equipped bases, follow the procedure below.

One remote control is now programmed to operate one base.

STEP 1 Plug base into a working grounded electrical outlet. STEP 2 Locate the power down box, press and hold the learn button for 1 second, then release (FIGURE 14). When the learn light begins flashing rapidly, simultaneously press and hold the Position 1 and wave up buttons on the remote control (FIGURE 15). Continue to hold the buttons until the backlight on the remote control begins flashing, then release.

POSITION 1 BUTTON

WAVE UP BUTTON

TYPE 2 POWER DOWN BOX FIGURE 15 LEARN LIGHT

LEARN BUTTON FIGURE 14: Power down box learn button (Prodigy™ 2).

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TROUBLESHOOTING The Prodigy™ adjustable base is equipped with a self-diagnostic feature. A two-digit number will appear in the remote control display screen if there is a fault. See the chart below for codes and corresponding fault. Call Customer Care for assistance (toll free) 800.888.3078. CODE 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23 24 25 31 32 33 34 35 42 43 52 54 55 ALsN Bat

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FAULT Control box has been reset Head massage is unplugged or cord damaged Foot massage is unplugged or cord damaged Head lift motor is unplugged or cord damaged Foot lift motor is unplugged or cord damaged Motor 1 (Head) H-Bridge Fail in J-box Motor 1 (Head) On Fail Motor 1 (Head) Off Fail Motor 2 (Foot) H-Bridge Fail in J-box Motor 2 (Foot) On Fail Motor 2 (Foot) Off Fail Massager 1 Drive Fail FET Massager 1 Switching Fail Massager 2 Drive Fail FET Massager 2 Switching Fail Head lift motor is not giving position feedback Foot lift motor is not giving position feedback 12V Fail in J-box Find Remote Control has been initiated Power Fail, the 24V power supply has dropped below 18V Alarm Snooze is on Dead Remote Control batteries

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TROUBLESHOOTING In the event the Prodigy™ adjustable base fails to operate, investigate the symptoms and possible solutions provided in the chart below: SYMPTOM Remote control illuminates and appears to be operable, but will not activate base.

SOLUTION • Verify power cord is plugged into a working, grounded electrical outlet. A grounded, electrical surge protection device is recommended. Test outlet by plugging in another working appliance. • Program the remote control (see Remote Control Programming section of this manual for programming procedures).

No features of the base will activate.

• Unplug power cord, wait 30 seconds and plug in to reset electronic components. • Electrical circuit breaker may be tripped. Check electrical service breaker box to verify. • Defective surge protection device or electrical outlet. Test outlet by plugging in another working appliance.

Remote control will not illuminate.

• Replace batteries in the remote control. • Base mechanism may be obstructed. Elevate base and check for obstruction. Remove obstruction.

Head or foot section will elevate, but will not return to the horizontal (flat) position.

• Head section may be too close to the wall. • Headboard may be too close the edge of the mattress. Verify a 1.5” (38.1mm) to 2” (50.8mm) distance between headboard brackets and mattress. Adjust if required. • Verify headboard brackets were removed during installation. Remove headboard brackets if still attached to the underneath side of base. • If base is located on hard surface flooring, place carpet pieces or rubber caster cups under each leg or caster of the base. (See accessory section of this manual for rubber caster cup order information.)

Excessive massage motor noise.

• Elevate the head or foot section a short distance (with the remote control) to realign the lift/lower mechanisms with the base support platform. • Verify that the base is not positioned against a wall, nightstand, or other object that may cause vibration or noise. • If base is installed over a base frame, verify massage motors are not causing base frame (or base frame components) to vibrate. • Verify that headboard attachment hardware is tightened firmly (if used).

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ACCESSORIES Prodigy™ OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT Contact customer service toll free (800-888-3078) to order the accessories indicated in the chart below. ACCESSORY DESCRIPTION Glides1

(set of 4, replaces legs)

CODE 4B2385

3” Legs

(set of 4)

4B2284

5” Legs

(set of 4)

4B2100

7” Legs

(set of 4)

4B2101

Screw-in Locking Casters1 (set of 4, replaces legs)

5” Adjustable Leg Kit2

(adjustment range: 6-1/8” to 9-3/8”)

4B1954

4B3402

Swing-away Hinges

4B1209

Bed Straps (connects two bases together)

4B1792

Rubber Caster Cups

(set of 4)

IMAGE

4B1034

Tooless Side Mattress Retainer Kit

4B6275

Domestic Power Supply WiFi Bridge3

4B6338

International Power Supply WiFi Bridge3

4B6345

Headboard brackets cannot be used with glides or screw-in locking casters. Leg kit contains 6 adjustable legs and pre-cut foam rubber stripping for use with center support system. 3 iPhone® or iPod touch® functionality only. Free Prodigy App must be uploaded before operation. iPhone® and iPod touch® are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. 1 2

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1 YEAR, 3 YEAR AND 20 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY In this warranty: “Adjustable base” means the adjustable base foundation sold by L&P to the dealer. The “adjustable base” does not include the mattress. “L&P” means Leggett & Platt, Incorporated. “Purchaser” and “You” both mean the consumer who is the original purchaser of this adjustable base made by L&P. This warranty is not transferrable. “Warranty Commencement Date” means either (i) the date You purchased a new and unused L&P adjustable base or (ii) the date of manufacture of this adjustable base if You purchased an L&P adjustable base that has been used as floor or display model. L&P warrants this adjustable base to You on the terms and over the reducing periods of time set out below. All warranty claims require notice from You to be given to L&P in the manner set out below, and to be received by L&P inside the applicable warranty time period. 1ST YEAR FULL WARRANTY For the first year from the Warranty Commencement Date, your adjustable base is warranted against non-excluded defects in L&P’s workmanship or materials. During the first year from the Warranty Commencement Date, L&P will repair or replace (at no cost to You) any defective adjustable base part, and L&P will pay all authorized labor and transportation costs associated with the repair or replacement of any parts found to be defective. 2ND & 3RD YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY During the second and third year from the Warranty Commencement Date, L&P will replace any adjustable base part found to be defective and not excluded by this warranty. You are responsible to pay all service and transportation costs related to the costs of receiving and installation of the new part. 4TH YEAR TO END OF 20TH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Starting in the fourth year from the Warranty Commencement Date and through to the end of the 20th year from the Warranty Commencement Date, L&P will replace steel and mechanical base parts found to be defective and not excluded by this warranty. This warranty does not cover any electronics, electrical components, drive motors or massage motors. You are responsible to pay all service and transportation costs related to receiving and installation of the new part and a portion of the cost of the replacement steel and mechanical part, based on the number of months that the base has been owned by you since the fourth anniversary of the Warranty Commencement Date. By the end of the 20th year, no portion of the replacement cost is covered by LP. You will be required to pay 1/17th of the then current replacement cost of the part multiplied by the number of years past the third year from the Warranty Commencement Date. This portion is calculated using the following formula: Cost of the part divided by 17 [being the number of years in years 4 to 20 inclusive, multiplied by the number of years you have owned the base since the end of the first 3 years. For example, if you make a claim for a part eligible for this warranty in the 5th year since the Warranty Commencement Date, you would be responsible for paying: $100 part cost divided by 17, multiplied by 5 = $29.41.

ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS This warranty requires notice to be given to L&P of any claim for repairs or replacement parts. EXCLUSIONS: This warranty does not apply; (a) to any damage caused by You; (b) if there has been any repair or replacement of adjustable base parts by an unauthorized person; (c) if the adjustable base has been mishandled (whether in transit or by other means), subjected to physical or electrical abuse or misuse, or otherwise operated in any manner inconsistent with the operation and maintenance procedures outlined in the Owner’s Manual and this warranty; (d) to damage to mattresses, fabric, cables, electrical cords or items supplied by dealers (contact the dealer for warranty information on these items); (e) if there has been any modification of the adjustable base without prior written consent by L&P or (f) to costs for unnecessary service calls, including costs for in-home service calls solely for the purpose of educating You about the adjustable base or finding a satisfactory power connection. This warranty will be void if either the recommended weight restriction is not followed (refer to the advisory section of the Owner’s Manual) or You sell or give or transfer the base to another person. Any repairs to or replacement to Your adjustable base or its components under the terms of this limited warranty does not extend the applicable warranty from the Warranty Commencement Date. This time limitation may not apply in some jurisdictions, including the Province of Quebec. The decision to repair or to replace defective parts under this warranty shall be made, or cause to be made, by L&P at its option and in its sole discretion. Continued on next page...

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1 YEAR, 3 YEAR AND 20 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY Repair or replacement shall be the sole remedy of the Purchaser. There shall be no liability on the part of L&P for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages or for any other damage, claim, or loss not expressly covered by the terms of this warranty. This limited warranty does not include reimbursement for inconvenience, removal, installation, setup time, loss of use, shipping, or any other costs or expenses. L&P and its service technicians will not be responsible for moving furniture or any other items not attached to the adjustable base in order to perform service on the adjustable base. It is the sole responsibility of You to provide adequate space and accessibility to the adjustable base. In the event that the technician is unable to perform service due to lack of accessibility, the service call will be billed to You and the service will have to be rescheduled.

L&P makes no other warranty whatever, express or implied, and all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed by L&P and excluded from this agreement. Some American States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to You. This warranty gives You specific legal rights, and the You may also have other rights, which may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. This warranty is valid in all 50 American States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the 10 Provinces and 3 Territories of Canada. For customer service under this limited warranty, give notice to L&P by mail, phone, email or online to the addresses set out below:

Leggett & Platt, Incorporated PO Box 668 Lexington, North Carolina 27293 toll free phone: 1.800.888.3078 online: lpadjustablebases.com email: [email protected] PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT YOUR RETAIL DEALER OR ANY OTHER SERVICE PERSONNEL

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