ComfortGroom premium Accordion Lift Electric Grooming Table combines style with functionality for this sleek table design. The table's incredible height adjustability is enhanced with a hands-free foot remote that is built-in and slides out of view for safe storage. The thick, water-resistant tabletop is removable for easy cleanup, and also features a protective vinyl trim. The sleek, sturdy table has a weight capacity of 320 lbs, perfect for pets of all sizes.
- Height adjustment of 12 inches to 48 inches with foot remote (attached to both sides of base)
- Removable Lockable Table Top for easy cleaning and replacement
- 320 lbs weight capacity
- Thick, water resistant, high-density board with non-skid, easy-to-clean textured pebble
- Surface and protective vinyl trim
- All corners are rounded for safety
- Corner hooks for added convenience for hanging your shears and clippers
- Table frame is constructed of steel and painted with modern scratch-resistant Hammer Paint finish
- Lifetime warranty on frame, 2 year warranty on motor
- Caster Capable: Increases height by approximately 4 inches
- FREE SHIPPING
Disclaimer - ComfortGroom tables are guaranteed to support and work with all ComfortGroom grooming arm attachments, but we cannot guarantee use from other grooming arm vendors. Please note that grooming arm attachments from other companies may not affix properly to your ComfortGroom table.
- Table Weight: 137 lbs
- Shipping Weight: 137 lbs
- Shipping Dimensions: 45 x 27 x 13 inches
- Table Top Dimensions: 42 x 24 x 1.2 inches
Troubleshooting: Number 1 thing to ask when troubleshooting a table is the table connected and if the transformer light is on? If the transformer light is off, this is the powerhouse to everything else and without it, the table will not move.
If transformer light is on and neither foot pedal works, it is unlikely that both foot pedals go out at the same time so the lifting motor would need replacing. However, on the tables with splitter cables (v1 ET290 & v2 ET190/290/490), removing the splitter and connecting the foot pedals directly to the transformer will also help pinpoint where the issue is. If removing the splitter cable, both pedals work connected to the transformer, then the splitter needs replacing other than the lifting motor. I’ll say again this only works with the tables that have splitters.