Trouble Shooting Guide

Unfortunately a few things can happen during your MUTU’s shipping process, but here are a few tips and tricks on how to get your MUTU back on track!


What to do when:

 

1. Your MUTU’s height range seems smaller than expected

Your MUTU operates like a living organism and can get fatigued after many hours of travel. In order to maximize it’s function, it’s best to give the Air-Suspension Cushions a bit of a stretch.

You can do this in four easy steps:

  1. Open the foam zipper and remove the internal skeleton.

  2. Detach the 4-way blue and black connector and the tubing by the Claw Method (See below).

  3. Fully extend and compress each Air-Suspension Cushion 2-3 times.

  4. Reconnect the tubing.

  5. Clipping each Air-Suspension Cushion out of the flexible membrane may make this process easier.

 

2. Your MUTU shows signs of leakage

Unfortunately, each pillow may have to withstand significant physical impact during shipment; whether it be extreme temperatures through both ocean or air cargo, or physical force during storage and handling. This can affect the integrity of the multiple pneumatic connections within your MUTU and create leaks.

If you suspect that your MUTU needs a pneumatic check-up, try the following suggestions

  1. Check that all tubing connections are intact as some of the tubes may have been pulled off under rough handling.

  2. Check that all tubing connections are firmly attached to the blue and black connector. A good way to test this, is to detach all the tubes from each connector, and reconnecting them to ensure that it is firmly in place using the CLAW method

If you still see signs of leakage, please contact our support team.

 

3. The central section of your MUTU is difficult to lower

Human heads vary significantly in size and weight and those with particularly light heads may experience difficulty when lowering the height of the pillow under their natural head weight.

The best solution here is to:

  1. Find the appropriate tag for the corresponding section and pull.

  2. Push the pillow with your hands in the area that you with to deflate, using your body weight. Please note, that if you do not hear the sound of air coming out of the system, you are pulling the wrong tag.

  3. Once MUTU stops compressing, Release the tag and cease applying pressure.

  4. Lie down and observe the comfort of the height.

If you find that this height is now too low, pull the same tag, and watch the pillow inflate until it’s reached the desired height.