Read this while adjusting your Mirra® chair

Read this while adjusting your Mirra® chair

Read thiswhileadjustingyourMirra®chair

Instructions on this card show allpossible adjustments. Specific adjustmentsvary according to chair model.To view the Mirra chair user-adjustment video,visit

Seat HeightTab next to tilt tension knob, lower rightHMI.MIRRA SEAT HEIGHTHarmonic Tilt TensionKnob below right front side of seatHMI.MIRRA TILT TENSIONTo raise: While taking your weight off chair,lift tab up.To lower: While seated, lift tab up.To increase: Turn knob clockwise.To decrease: Turn knob counterclockwise.Adjust chair height so your feet rest flat on floor orfootrest, with your body comfortably supported bybreathable AireWeave suspension. Avoid danglinglegs, which puts pressure on the back of thighs andrestricts blood flow. A work surface or keyboardthat seems too high or low may require adjusting.Increased tilt tension provides more stability andback support while you recline.

FlexFront ® Seat DepthHandle under front of seatHMI.MIRRA SEAT DEPTHArm HeightTab on outside lower base of each armHMI.MIRRA ARM HEIGHTSqueeze handle and adjust seat edge up ordown. Release handle to lock in position.To raise or lower arms: Raise tab to unlockarm, adjust arm, lower tab to lock.For maximum back support, adjust chair depth(distance from hip to knee) so the seat edgedoesn’t hit the back of your legs.Adjust height of each chair arm so yourarms are supported. This helps take weightoff your shoulders.

Arm AngleFront of each armpadArm WidthButton on inside of each armpadHMI-MIRRA ARMPAD ANGLEHMI-MIRRA ARMPAD WIDTHTo pivot arms in or out: Grasp front end ofarmpad and pivot it to the left or right.To adjust: Engage button and adjust arm inor out.Adjusting arm angle can help support differenttypes of work and shifts in posture. For example,adjust chair arms inward for support whileusing keyboard; adjust arm out for supportwhen using mouse.Adjust width of each chair arm so yourarms are supported. This helps take weightoff your shoulders.

Forward TiltHorizontal tab on left front side of seatHMI.MIRRA FORWARD TILTTilt LimiterVertical tab on left front side of seatHMI.MIRRA TILT LIMITERTo position chair forward: Recline andflip lever down.To resume horizontal position: Recline andflip lever up.To engage: Recline and move lever up todefine the limit of recline.To release: Lean forward and press lever back.Forward tilt with a 4-degree range provides fullsupport while leaning forward for task-intensivework, such as keyboarding. Normally, forwardtilt position is used with increased chair height.This position helps the body achieve a moreneutral, open angle between trunk and thighs.If you want to sit in an upright position, setthe tilt limiter when the seat is in a horizontalor forward position.ARD I.MIRRA TILT TILT LIMITER

Lumbar HeightLevers on lumbar supportHMI.MIRRA LUMBAR HEIGHTLumbar DepthLevers on lumbar supportHMI.MIRRA LUMBAR DEPTHTo raise or lower: Move levers up toloosen, slide lumbar support up or downto desired height.To increase lumbar support: Adjust leversdownward.To decrease lumbar support: Raise leversupward.Although the chair back automatically adjuststo your size and posture, you can fine-tunelumbar support by adjusting the bar so that itcomfortably supports the natural curve of yourspine. Once support is adjusted, it followsyou throughout your range of recline.

Userinformation:Installersdo not removeUsers: Retain This Information for Future ReferenceMaintenanceA periodic inspection of chair components and fasteners should be made to ensure thatthe chair is structurally intact and functioning properly. Damaged and broken parts shouldbe replaced and loose fasteners tightened.For more information about our products and services or to see a list of dealers, pleasevisit us at or call (800) 851 1196.© 2005 Herman Miller, Inc., Zeeland, Michigan Printed in U.S.A. Part No. 1B10JJ-B O.MR6200® yz, FlexFront, and Mirra are among the registered trademarks of Herman Miller, Inc. AireWeave and Harmonic are among the trademarks of Herman Miller, Inc.

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