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ATTENTION FACILITY USE PERSONNEL
The Teeter Power VI-GL Inversion Table is commercial- grade equipment intended for use in fitness facilities. In this manual, you
will find important information how to assemble, maintain and use the inversion table. The Power VI-GL inversion Table provides
progressive decompression to help relieve back pain by releasing tension and stress, rejuvenating discs, and reducing nerve pressure.
Motorized operation with simple one-button control enables smooth and accurate rotation. Perform advanced exercises to train
core muscle groups through inverted sit-ups and squats. See back of table bed for illustrated advanced exercises that may be
performed on the inversion table.
Prepare to Invert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
How to Invert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Full Inversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Returning Upright . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Safety & Assembly Instructions
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
General Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Voltage information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Grounding Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Choosing & Preparing a Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Product Maintenance & Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Proper Training of Facility Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Emergency Dismount Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Items for Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Understanding Your Inversion Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Safety Warning Labels & Product Specifications . . . . 6
Technical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Assembly Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-9
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE INVERSION TABLE
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE YOU BEGIN:
Review all steps before beginning assembly and read all precautions before using the Power VI-GL
Table. Carefully adhere to the Assembly and User Instructions to help ensure safety and product integrity.
Carefully review prior
to using equipment
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
• Read and understand all the instructions, receive proper training on use of the equipment from facility staff, and inspect the equipment
before using the inversion table. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the proper use of this equipment and the inherent risks of
inversion if these instructions are not followed, such as falling on your head or neck, pinching, entrapment, equipment failure, or aggravating
a pre-existing medical condition.
use the equipment without a licensed physician’s approval. Carefully review the following list of medical contraindications for
inversion with all users (this is not an exhaustive list, it is intended only for reference):
ensure that the Ankle Lock System is properly adjusted and fully engaged, and that ankles are secure before using the equipment.
HEAR, FEEL, SEE and TEST that the Ankle Lock System is snug, close-fitting and secure EVERY TIME before using the equipment.
wear securely tied lace-up shoes with a flat sole, such as a normal tennis-style shoe.
wear any footwear that could
interfere with securing the Ankle Lock System, such as shoes with thick soles, boots, high-tops or any shoe that extends above the
test the inversion table each time prior to mounting by pressing the Rotation Button to ensure that it rotates smoothly.
ensure there is a spotter present who is capable of returning the user to the upright position using the emergency crank in the
event of a power outage.
review the emergency dismount instructional label located on the motor housing prior to inverting. Ensure that the emergency
crank is in its storage position and NOT engaged in the motor during normal use.
return the inversion table to the upright position after each use so that the main shaft is resting against the crossbar.
continue using the equipment if you feel pain or become light-headed or dizzy while inverting. Immediately return to the upright
position for recovery and eventual dismount.
use if you are over 6 ft 6 in (198 cm) or over 300 lbs. (136 kg). Structural failure could occur or head/neck may impact the floor
allow children to use this machine. The inversion table is not intended for use by persons with reduced physical, sensory or
ensure the inversion table is clear of walls, equipment and other hard surfaces before operating. Keep children, bystanders, and
pets away from machine while in use.
use aggressive movements, or use weights, elastic bands, any other exercise or stretching device or non-Teeter
on the inversion table. Use the inversion table only for its intended use as described in these instruction.
drop or insert any object into any opening. Keep body parts, hair, loose clothing and jewelry clear of all moving parts.
operate the inversion table if the air openings are blocked.
• Equipment is not intended for continuous rotation. Recommended duty cycle is 30 seconds ON, 3 minutes OFF.
operate equipment while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication that may cause drowsiness or disorientation.
FACILITY SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• It is the responsibility of the facility to evaluate their own clientele to determine who should and should not use the equipment and ensure
that all users are fully informed about the proper use of the inversion table, health contraindications, and all safety precautions prior to use.
Ensure that these instructions are available to users.
unplug from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning or servicing.
inspect the equipment prior to use. Schedule routine equipment inspections to verify that the unit is clean and functions properly,
all parts rotate smoothly, and all fasteners are secure. Cycle the equipment through one complete inversion.
set up and operate the inversion table in an area with sufficient clearance on all sides of the unit.
ensure the inversion
table is clear of walls, equipment and other hard surfaces before operating. Users will require adequate space to rotate the table.
operate the equipment if: (1) the cord is damaged; (2) the inversion table is not working properly or (3) if the inversion table has
been dropped or damaged.
place the cord near heated surfaces or sharp edges.
KEEP DRY -
operate the equipment
near saunas or pools.
operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where
oxygen is being administered.
position equipment on a level surface and away from water or ledges that could lead to accidental immersion or falls.
• If the equipment is damaged or inoperable, unplug and keep out of use until repair.
attempt to repair the equipment - there are
no user serviceable parts and is not field serviceable. Contact Teeter Customer Support for service.
dispose of per local regulations.
• Middle ear infection
• Extreme obesity
• Hiatal or ventral hernia
• Eye conditions like glaucoma,
retinal detachment or
• Chronic sinusitis
• High blood pressure or
• Heart or circulatory disorders
• Use of anticoagulants (including
high doses of aspirin)
• Weakness, frailty, or mobility
• Dizziness, trouble with
coordination or head-down
• Vertigo, motion sickness or inner
• Brain injury or recent head
• Recent stroke or transient
• Spinal injury or conditions
impacting the spinal cord
• Cerebral sclerosis
• Medical conditions associated
with the weight-bearing joints
• Acutely swollen joints
• Bone weakness (osteoporosis)
• Recent or unhealed fractures
• Medullary pins or surgically
implanted orthopedic supports
• Any other medical condition that
may be made more severe by
an elevation of blood pressure,
intracranial pressure or the
mechanical stress of the inverted
Important Safety Instructions
• The power requirement for the Teeter Power VI Inversion Table include a grounded, dedicated circuit with a nominal voltage of 220
VAC at 50 Hz. Voltage requirements are also located on the serial number decal on the inversion table.
To avoid the risk of electric shock,
connect to a supply mains with protective earth that matches the voltage
requirements of the inversion table that has been received.
attempt to use this unit with a voltage adapter.
attempt to use this unit with an extension cord.
plug more than one unit into a single circuit.
the inversion table is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug.
use a ground plug adapter
to adapt the power cord to a non-grounded outlet.
• The Power VI Inversion Table must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and
a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances.
ensure the equipment is properly grounded to avoid risk of serious injury or death.
check with a
qualified electrician or service provider if there is doubt as to whether the inversion table is properly grounded. Improper
connection of the equipment grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
CHOOSING & PREPARING A SITE
• Before assembling the inversion table, a suitable site must be selected and have the proper electrical outlet power available for
operation and safety. See the
section on this page to determine the inversion table's voltage requirements. Note
Technical Description on pg. 6 for optimum performance.
• The area selected for the inversion table should be well lit and well ventilated. Locate the inversion table on a structurally sound and level
surface with ample clearance from walls and other equipment. Users will require adequate space to rotate the table. In front of the
inversion table should have a 43 in (109.2 cm) minimum space. Behind the inversion table should be 33 in (83.8 cm) minimum of space.
Allow enough clearance for safe access and passage during use of the machine.
• Do not install the inversion table in an area of high humidity, such as in the vicinity of a steam room, sauna, indoor pool, or outdoors.
Exposure to extensive water vapor, chlorine, and/or bromine could adversely affect the performance of the machine.
• If possible, set up the product at or near the space in which you intend to use it to avoid moving it later.
PRODUCT MAINTENANCE & CLEANING
• Facilities are responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of the equipment. All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified
• Regularly wipe down the unit with mild soap and water. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners or solvents.
• Schedule routine equipment inspections to verify that the unit is clean and functions properly, all parts rotate smoothly, and all fasteners
To avoid the risk of serious injury or death,
ensure that all controls are turned to the OFF position and remove the plug from
the outlet immediately after using and before cleaning or servicing.
PROPER TRAINING OF FACILITY STAFF
• Facilities are responsible for evaluating their own clientele to determine who should and should not use the equipment. It is also the
facility's responsibility to review the health contraindications, safety, and user instructions with all users prior to allowing them access to
the equipment. Ensure that this manual is available to users.
• All facility staff should be trained to perform the
Emergency Dismount Instructions
below in order to return the user to the upright position
in the event of a power outage or other event that prevents the motor from returning the Table Bed upright.
EMERGENCY DISMOUNT INSTRUCTIONS
• Only use the Emergency Crank if the motor is rendered ineffective.
• Reach for the Emergency Crank stored beneath the motor housing on
the left side of the inversion table.
• Insert the Emergency Crank into the hole on the motor housing and
turn the crank counter clockwise (Figure A) to rotate the Table Bed to
the upright position.
IMPORTANT: During normal use, ensure that the Emergency Crank is
in its storage position and NOT engaged in the motor.
Important Safety Instructions
Items for Assembly
Items not shown to scale. Hardware drawings located on the insert inside each Hardware Kit.
Table Frame Assembly
Use with Base Assembly
Hardware Kit (H11601)
ITEM NO. ITEM NAME
Table Frame & Base Assembly
Frame pre-assembled Table Bed
Main Shaft Assembly
Main Shaft with Ankle Lock System
Locking Knobs (2)
Main Shaft Assembly
Tools Required for Assembly:
Identifying Parts and Components
Identifying Parts & Components
Before reading further, study the drawing below to familiarize yourself with the
important components of the Power VI-GL Inversion Table.
1 Table Bed
2 Rotation Control Button
4 Motor Housing
5 Manual Hand Crank
Ankle Lock System
11 Base Platform
Safety Warning Labels & Product Specifications
Important: Please review all labels and supporting materials before using your inversion table.
This drawing indicates the locations of the warning labels and placards found on your product. If a label or placard is
missing, illegible or is removed, contact Teeter Customer Service to request a complimentary replacement.
35.3 in (89.5 cm)
61.0 in (154.9 cm)
54.5 in (138.4 cm)
Assembled Non-Use Dimensions:
54.5 (L) x 35.3 (W) x 61.0 in (H) (138.4 x 89.5 x 154.9 cm)
Maximum In-Use Dimensions:
75.0 (L) x 35.3 (W) x 88.0 in (H) (190.5 x 89.5 x 223.5 cm)
161 lbs (73 kg)
Voltage & Power Rating
220 VAC, 50 Hz, 120 W
30 seconds ON, 3 minutes OFF
U.S. Patent 7081073B1
SERIAL # S -
PRODUCT NO: M11023
OUTPUT: 220VAC 50Hz 120W
MADE IN KOREA & TAIWAN
St Ct E,
Puyallup, WA 98375
If a power failure occurs,
remain calm. Reach for the
emergency crank stored
beneath the motor housing.
Insert the crank into the hole
at the motor end and turn the
crank counterclockwise to
rotate the table upright. DO
NOT leave crank engaged in
motor during normal use.
Replace labels if damaged, illegible or removed.
Assemble Table Frame to the Base
The Table Bed arrives rotated into the fully inverted position. This
is the most convenient position from which to begin the
• Place the Base flat on the floor, with the holes up (Figure 1). The holes
in the Base are off-center toward the front.
• Place the Table Frame upright on its legs on top of the Base, with the
smaller, angled legs pointing in the same direction as the front of the
• Align the six (6) holes and insert a Bolt and Washer through each hole
on both sides of the Base (Figure 2).
• Loosely tighten the Bolts until certain that all of the holes are aligned
properly, then securely tighten with a 19 mm wrench.
Assemble Main Shaft to the Table Frame
FAILURE to properly secure the Locking Knobs could result in
serious injury or death!
Assemble Handles to Table Frame
• Hand tighten the Handles into the Handle Housings on each side of
the Table Frame (Figure 5).
• With one of the Locking Knobs in hand, insert the Main Shaft into the
Bed Frame Assembly (Figure 3).
• Install the main shaft in the Standard Setting by lining up the first set
of holes on the Main Shaft with the back of the Table Bed (Figure 3).
Note: The Standard Setting on the Main Shaft will accommodate most
users. The second set of holes indicates the shorter height setting,
which may be used for users of smaller stature (Figure 3).
• Insert the Locking Knob and screw into one of the holes to hold the
Main Shaft in place (Figure 4).
• Insert and screw the second Locking Knob into the other hole.
Tighten the Locking Knob securely.
• Connect to an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
• Rotate the upright using the Rotation Control Button. The
movement is indicated by the arrows (Figure 6).
Connect to Power Source
Before Using the Inversion Table
• Make sure the inversion table rotates smoothly to the fully inverted
position and back by pushing the Rotation Control Button (Figure 7).
Be sure to check that there is adequate clearance to rotate in front,
above and behind you.
Prepare to Invert
FAILURE to engage the Ankle Lock System fully could result in
serious injury or death!
wear securely tied, lace-up shoes
with a flat sole, such as a tennis shoe.
wear shoes with
thick soles, boots, high-tops or any shoe that extends above the
ankle bone, as this type of footwear could interfere with properly
securing your ankles.
use the inversion table face down.
attempt to invert before securing your ankles.
Securing Your Ankles
Prior to inverting, properly secure your ankles by following these steps:
1. With your back to the Table Bed, and using the handles to steady
yourself, carefully step onto the Base Platform to stand next to
one side of the Main Shaft (the Crossbar will be behind your
legs) (Figure 8). Lift the foot closest to the Main Shaft over the
Ankle Lock System and place it on the floor on the other side, to
straddle the Main Shaft.
2. If the Ankle Lock System is closed, grasp the Ankle Lock Handle
and push down, pull slightly closed, then push out to open it all
the way. Release the handle in the open position.
3. To balance yourself, rest only your lower body against the lower
portion of the Table Bed as you slide one ankle at a time from
the side (Figure 9) between the Front Foam Rollers & Rear Ankle
Cups, placing your feet on the Foot Platform.
Do not insert your foot into the Ankle Lock System as you would
slide your foot into a shoe (Figure 10). Your feet should always be
either on the floor or on the Foot Platform; never use any other
part of the inversion table as a step.
4. Press your ankles back firmly against the Rear Ankle Cups, then
slightly rotate the tops of the Cups so they are angled toward the
back of your leg/Achilles tendon. This will allow the Rear Cups to
rotate somewhat as you invert so the cushioned part comfortably
supports your ankles.
Prepare to Invert
Securing Your Ankles (continued)
5. Pull the Ankle Lock Handle towards your legs (Figure 13) and
release when the Front Foam Rollers & Rear Ankle Cups fit snug, with
a close fit against the smallest part of your ankles (Figure 14). Jiggle
the Ankle Lock Handle from front to back to make sure it has
fully engaged and is locked securely. Verify that no part of your
footwear or garments touch or interfere with the Ankle Lock
Ankle Lock System in any way during inversion.
Employ the method of
“HEAR, FEEL, SEE, TEST”
every time you
secure your ankles in the inversion table:
the locking Ankle Lock Handle click into place;
the Ankle Lock Handle to make sure it is fully engaged and
locked in its setting, and
that the Front Foam Rollers & Rear
Ankle Cups are close-fitting around the smallest part of your ankles;
that the EZ-Reach Handle is secure, and does not move out of
that there is NO space between your ankles and
the Foam Rollers/Ankle Cups.
the Ankle Lock Ankle Lock System enclosure to ensure that it is
snug, close-fitting and secure by wiggling and attempting to pull your
feet through the Foam Rollers/Ankle Cups. Ensure that you CANNOT
disengage from the Ankle Cups each time before attempting to
• Ensure there is clearance for the Table Bed to rotate without
contacting other objects or people.
• To begin inversion, push the Rotation Control Button in the direction
of your head. Release the button at the desired angle of inversion
• When first using the inversion table, DO NOT go into full inversion
until you’re comfortable with inverting at 60º and able to reach the
Rotational Control Button from the inverted position. See back of the
Table Bed for illustrated stretches and exercises.
• Increase the duration of use over a period of time if desired. Listen to
your body. Inversion is NOT a no pain, no gain activity.
How to Invert
• Inversion is defined as hanging completely upside down (90°) with
your back free from the Table Bed. DO NOT attempt this step until
you are comfortable with inverting to 60°.
• Press the Rotation Adjustment Button in the direction of your head
and rotate completely upside down. Allow your back to relax and
hang freely from the Table Bed (Figure 17). In this position, you'll have
freedom of movement for stretching and exercise.
• To return upright, press the Rotation Control Button in the direction
of your feet. Stop and rest for a few minutes just past horizontal (0°)
to help prevent dizziness and allow your back to re-compress
without discomfort before returning completely upright.
• Grasp the handle of the Ankle Lock System and press the button at
the top, pull slightly toward you, then push out to open it all the way
(Figure 18). Release the handle in the open position.
• Keep your lower body supported against the Table Bed as you step
onto the floor. Carefully stand up and ensure you have your balance
before stepping over the main shaft and finishing your dismount.
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