If you have purchased one of our residential tanning beds, this guide will help you maximize your investment and enjoy long-lasting, healthy results. No matter what brand of bed you own, or how old it may be, this guide is designed to help anyone with a residential tanning bed get the most out of their investment. Get the most out of your tanning bed with this helpful guide on troubleshooting your residential tanning bed!
Turning the bed on
If your bed doesn’t turn on, check to make sure it’s plugged in and that the circuit breaker hasn’t been tripped. If those things are all fine, then the problem may be with the ballast. The ballast is what provides power to the bulbs, so if it’s not working, the bulbs won’t work either. You can try resetting the ballast by unplugging it and plugging it back in. If that doesn’t work, you may need to replace the ballast.
The bed won’t heat up
If your tanning bed won’t heat up, the first thing you should check is the breaker. If the breaker has been tripped, simply reset it and try again. If that doesn’t work, check to see if there is a loose wire anywhere. If you find a loose wire, tighten it and see if that does the trick. If the bed still won’t heat up, you may need to replace the heating element.
The light timer doesn’t work
If your light timer doesn’t seem to be working, there are a few things you can check. First, make sure that the power cord is plugged into an outlet and that the circuit breaker hasn’t been tripped. Next, check to see if the light bulbs need to be replaced. If they do, follow the manufacturer’s instructions for replacing them.
A tanner smells burnt after tanning
If you smell burning after tanning, it’s important to take a few minutes to figure out what the problem is. First, check to see if anything is obstructing the airflow. Second, make sure that the bulbs are screwed in properly and that they’re not loose. Third, check the electrical cord to make sure it’s not frayed or damaged. Fourth, check the power source to make sure it’s working properly.
My client doesn’t want to turn off their lotion
One of the most common issues we see with residential tanning beds is people not wanting to turn off their lotion. This can be a big problem because lotion can cause the bed to overheat and shut down. If your client is having this issue, there are a few things you can do.
My tanner isn’t heating up like it used to
The first thing you should do is check the power supply. Make sure the circuit breaker hasn’t been tripped and that there is power getting to the outlet. If that all looks good, then you’ll need to check the wiring inside the tanner. Loose connections can cause problems with heating elements. Finally, check the heating element itself to see if it’s burned out. If it is, you’ll need to replace it.
My salon wants to buy an indoor sunbed, but I don’t know what kind they should get. Where do I start?
If you’re in the market for a new sunbed, there are a few things you’ll want to keep in mind. First, decide what features are most important to you. Second, consider your budget. Third, think about the size and layout of your salon. Fourth, decide whether you want a traditional sunbed or a stand-up unit. Fifth, take into account the maintenance and upkeep of the sunbed.