How to reset massage gun
One the one hand, this may be a good thing. On the other hand, it would be frustrating to find out your new massage gun stopped working, especially when you are on your wellness journey.
Sure thing, there’s always the manual that comes with your massage gun. However, in a world where search engines can get you the info you need in seconds, would you rather browse through your manual or whip out your phone while the gun is against your back?
Check if your massage gun is under warranty
Videos on Youtube with step-by-step instructions can show you how to fix your gun if you still have warranty coverage and the “fix-it” gene.
Problems with massage guns often involve care. Taking care of the gun and the battery, for example, is important.
Double check the massage gun power button
Checking the power button before you use a device is always a good idea. This is especially true of percussive devices, which have switches on the bottom and power buttons on the back.
How to reset the massage gun when it encounters a stall
Hi. This is your percussion massager. It's a bar with handles and a motor that changes the rate it hits your back at so you can have either a relaxing or deep tissue massage.
If a user prefers deep tissue massage, they may have found that the stall force has less power.
To keep a gun from being too heavy and difficult to use, research suggests that makers put a stall force at around 35lbs of pressure. Doing so means that the gun will be ready for another round of shots at 60lbs.
When the gun stops working, try turning it off and back on and it should start up again.
Check Your Massage Gun For Battery Problems
Rechargeable batteries are typically lithium-ion and can last for about 300-500 charges. If yours has reached its limit, you can buy a replacement and continue to use your massage gun.
If you believe there is an issue with your battery, contact the vendor or production company.
If your battery fails, your massager will stop operating. Your massager may have a battery level indicator, and you should periodically monitor this as you use it.
This gun has two LED's that indicate battery level
If the battery is not sufficiently charged, you might need to charge it. Press the on button and place the device on the charger to do so.
Be sure to use the correct massage gun charger
It’s important to use the charger that came with your device, particularly because it correlates with the specific amount of current and time needed for charging. However, other chargers may not charge your device properly.
Just remember that the right charger will give your battery the right amount of juice to maintain and optimize this process, so it's well cared for. A good charger also knows when to call it quits, so you don't overcharge it or leave the charger connected for too long.
A smart charger is not just a replacement for your battery. It also charges your battery to preserve or improve the life span of the battery, in addition to protecting and improving the effectiveness of your device.
If your massage gun overheats
The massage guns may overheat for two reasons. The lithium-ion battery has a propensity to overheat, and the machine was put to a lot of use. The overheating is avoided by a safety mechanism that will turn off the gun automatically.
It typically takes between 30 minutes and an hour for the laptop to overheat. For safety, care, and best practices on your new laptop, please refer to the product manual.
Massage guns can overheat and switch off if used for too long. To reset them, let them cool down for at least 30 minutes before turning on again.
When your device has cooled down, turn it back on--if it is working properly and not overheating you should be able to use it normally.
You should be sure to learn about how to use a massagegun before using it, so as not to overuse it and hurt yourself.
If you're experiencing a massage gun going dead or not working, you might want to try to reset the machine. There isn't a whole lot of information on this topic, but this article has given some helpful info that should set your mind at ease and make it easier for you to work with your device.