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Separation of the partner bed
Our new partner bed opens up new possibilities for couples at home and in nursing care. The Libra partner and Regia partner models can be separated and rejoined in a few simple steps if a care situation requires it or if the partners want to spend the night in different places for a while. Lasse Radtke, trainee in product management at Stiegelmeyer, demonstrates the separation of the bed halves using the Libra partner comfort bed as an example.
First, use the handset to bring the bed to a height where you can comfortably operate it.
At the maximum height of 80 cm, even tall people can work back-friendly and have free access to the chassis.
Now fold back the mattresses. The two mattress bases of the partner bed are each connected at the foot end and in the middle with a white bridge element – here the element at the foot end is shown.
Remove both elements. You do not need any tools for this.
Now release the brakes and pull the bed halves far enough apart so that you can move between the mattress bases. When moving the bed halves, always make sure that you do not accidentally pull the mains plugs out of the sockets.
In the next step, remove the connecting cable between the bed halves. It is plugged into the white control box under both mattress bases. The plug connection is marked in green.
Pull the cable out of both control boxes.
The scope of delivery of the bed includes two green jumper plugs.
Insert the green plugs into the vacated connections of the connecting cable.
Now the partner bed is separated and you can operate both mattress bases separately with their respective handsets.
When you reconnect the bed some time later, you have to synchronise it in order to be able to control both halves with one handset again. First plug the connecting cable into the control boxes and connect the mattress base with the bridge elements. Then take one of the two handsets and simultaneously press and hold the two buttons in the third row from the top. A signal tone sounds and the entire bed first moves to the maximum height and then to the low position. When the signal tone stops, synchronisation is complete.