Mamava Original and ADA pods are designed to be stable freestanding structures that can be easily relocated. The pod’s leveling feet provide stability when the pod is placed, and the retractable casters make the pod easy to move short distances.
If you need to relocate your pod to a different room, another floor, or to a distant location, we recommend that you completely disassemble the pod before you move it. Follow these disassembly instructions:
Note: The Mamava Solo pod does not have retractable casters and must be completely disassembled to move. Visit this article for Solo V1.1 disassembly instructions and this article for Solo V1 disassembly instructions.
- 5.5mm Allen key
- 9/16" socket wrench
- #3 Phillips head screwdriver
1) Access the leveling feet.
- Remove the beauty panels below the benches using the Allen key to loosen the Rotolock connectors.
- Remove the panel to reveal the heads of the red bolts.
- One of each pair of bolts will be visible, while its partner is obscured by the bench frame.
Step 2: Raise the leveling feet to enable the casters.*
- Use the wrench to loosen each of the 8 bolts (counterclockwise) until they turn easily by hand to raise the leveling feet.
- Raise the leveling feet at least another inch to ensure they don’t catch on any carpet or floor seams.
- Your pod is now ready to move a short distance.
Step 3: Once your pod is in its new location, lower the leveling feet.
- Turn all 8 bolts clockwise by hand and then tighten with a wrench.
The casters don’t move up or down. The leveling feet are raised or lowered to enable movement or maintain stability.
Once your pod is installed in its new location, plug it back into a wall outlet, make sure all its elements are working properly, and be sure to re-level it.
Step 4: Tell the Mamava team the pod’s new location!
Once you’ve moved your Mamava pod to its new location, please email email@example.com or call us at 802-347-2111 ext 2. with the following information:
- Pod address (if different)
- Description of pod location (i.e. floor number, what the pod is near, etc.)
- A photo of the pod in its new surroundings