There can be many reasons a pack might need to be recharged more frequently than expected. However, there are two main reasons.
The first: your furniture is being under powered.
As a rule of thumb, the Power Pack # should be greater than or equal to the # of features the furniture offers. (Individual features such as footrest, lumbar, and headrest each count as one).
E2- Designed for recliners with just an adjustable footrest or with both adjustable footrest and headrests (1 or 2 features).
E4- Designed for loveseats/sofas with just adjustable footrests, or with both adjustable footrests and headrests (up to 2 or 4 features). May also be used for recliners with adjustable footrest, lumbar and headrest (up to 3 features).
E6- Designed for loveseats/sofas with adjustable footrest, lumbar and headrest (up to 6 features). May also be used for sectionals; powering individual seats with up to 6 features total (will require use of “e” and or “y” cables). May also be used for longer time between recharging recliners, or loveseats/sofas (4 or less features).
E10- Designed for use on furniture with constant drawing features including but not limited to USB ports, wireless charging ports, wands, handheld controllers, wireless remote controllers etc.
The Second: your furniture has constant drawing features.
USB ports or wireless charging ports EVEN IF NEVER USED, can have a constant draw. Use of USB ports or wireless charging ports to charge any device will DRAMATICALLY REDUCE the motorized function count. Charging devices will cause accelerated power consumption and rapidly increases cell deterioration. This can severely decrease the overall life of the Power Pack.
Wands and handheld controllers typically require constant power. These features will drain a power pack very quickly even when furniture is not being used.
Wireless remote controllers require constant power and will drain a Power Pack very quickly even when furniture is not being used.
If Power Pack needs to be recharged on a weekly basis, please contact us here.