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AG-11303 Treadmill
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Congratulations for selecting the AG-11303 Treadmill from Reebok. Whether you are an accomplished athlete seeking to
maintain peak performance or a beginner realizing the benefits of exercise for the first time, the AG-11303 Treadmill will
help you to achieve your goals. In the “Hints to Help You” section of this manual we have outlined some tips that we hope
will help you maximize the effectiveness and fun of your workouts.
In the meantime, remember that the benefits of exercise are many and varied including higher energy levels, reduced
stress, improved self-esteem, clearer and more radiant skin, greater cardiovascular efficiency, higher metabolic rate, and
improved body posture – all of which can result in a longer and more enjoyable life.
While purchasing the AG-11303 Treadmill will not do all of this alone, it is an important step towards understanding and
achieving the benefits of exercise.
All Reebok products are manufactured to the highest specifications and this
instruction manual should enable you to assemble the AG-11303 Treadmill and
commence your workout programme. If, however, you have any additional
questions, please call out UK Customer Service on +44 (0) 845 600 0464. To help
us assist you, please quote the product model number and batch number when
calling. The model number is AG-11303. The serial number can be found on a
sticker attached to the AG-11303 (located on the left hand side of the treadmill base
next to the mains power cord inlet).
Opening Carton/Assembling Your Product
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AG-11303 Treadmill
CONTENTS
Before you Begin
01
Precautions
03
Hardware Pack
04
Parts List
05
Exploded Diagrams/Part Identification
09
Assembly Instructions
16
Folding instructions
21
Unfolding instructions
22
Transport instructions
23
Computer instructions
24
Stretching routine
28
Training with reebok university
30
How to maintain the AG-11303 treadmill
31
Troubleshooting
33
Ordering replacement parts / limited warranty
34
Warning
Before beginning this or any exercise programme, consul your physician. This is especially important for persons who
have not exercised regularly before or persons with pre-existing health problems. Read all instructions before using.
Reebok® assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property damage sustained by or through the use of this product.
Questions?
As a manufacturer, we are committed to providing complete customer satisfaction. If you have any questions, or if parts
are missing or damaged, we guarantee complete satisfaction.
TO AVOID UNNECESSARY DELAYS, PLEASE CALL OUR CUSTOMER HOTLINE DIRECT. The trained technicians on
our customer hotline will provide immediate assistance free of charge.
UK Customer Hotline: 0845 600 0464
UK Customer Services: RFE International Ltd.; DFDS House, Maidstone Road; Kingston, Milton Keynes MK10 0AJ
UK Email: service@rogerblackfitness.co.uk
Caution
Read all precautions and instructions in this manual before using this equipment. Keep this manual for future reference.
Model No: AG-11303
Serial No: for example : AG-11303/0507/000001
Write the serial number and mfr date in the space above for future reference. (Located on the left hand side of the treadmill
base next to the mains power cord inlet.)
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PRECAUTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the following important precautions
and information before operating the treadmill.
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It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of this treadmill are adequately informed of all warnings and
precautions.
Use the treadmill only as described in this manual.
Place on a level surface, with 2m of clearance behind it. To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat under
the treadmill.
When choosing a location for the treadmill make sure that the location and position permit access to a plug.
Keep the treadmill indoors, away from moisture or dust. Do not put the treadmill in a garage or covered patio, or near
water.
Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol products are used or where oxygen is being administered.
Keep children under the age of 12 and pets away from the treadmill at all times.
The treadmill should not be used by persons weighing more than 120kg.
Never allow more than one person on the treadmill at a time.
Wear appropriate exercise clothing when using the treadmill. Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught in
the treadmill. Athletic support clothes are recommended for both men and women. Always wear athletic shoes. Never
use the treadmill with bare feet, wearing only stockings, or in sandals.
When connecting the power cord, plug the power cord into an earthed circuit. When replacing the fuse, an ASTA
approved BS 1362 type should be fitted to the fuse carrier. A 13 amp fuse should be used. No other appliance should
be on the same circuit.
If you need an extension cord, use only 14 gauge cord of 1.5m or less in length.
Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
Never move the walking belt while the power is turned on. Do not operate the treadmill if the power cord or plug is
damaged, or if the treadmill is not working properly. (See “Troubleshooting” Page43. If the treadmill is not working
properly.)
Never start the treadmill while you are standing on the walking belt. Stand on the side rails hold the handrails start the
unit at a low speed and then step on to the unit, when comfortable increase the speed to one that you’re comfortable
with..
The treadmill is capable of high speeds. Adjust the speed in small increments to avoid sudden jumps in speed.
The pulse sensor is not a medical device. Various factors, including the user’s movement, may affect the accuracy of
the heart rate readings. The pulse sensor is intended only as an exercise aid in determining heart rate trends in
general.
Never leave the treadmill unattended while it is running. Always remove the safety key when the treadmill is not in use.
Do not attempt to raise, lower, or move the treadmill until it’s properly assembled. (See Page 17 “Assembly” and Page
25 “Folding the Treadmill”)
Do not change the incline of the treadmill by placing objects under the treadmill.
When folding or moving the treadmill make sure the “power fold switch is fully engaged” (See Page 25 “Folding”)
Inspect and tighten all parts of the treadmill regularly. (See page 38 “Maintenance”)
Never drop or insert any object into any opening in/on the treadmill.
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HARDWARE COMPARISON CHART
Hardware chart:
For your convenience, we have identified the hardware used in the assembly of this product. This chart is provided to help
you identify those items that may be unfamiliar to you.
NO.
DESCRIPTION
803
Φ4x14mm Screw
6
805
Φ8 mm Washer
2
807
M8x47mm Bolt
8
812
M8x18mm Bolt
2
815
M8x52mm Bolt
4
105
Water Bottle Holder
2
106
Safety Key
1
402
Upright-Cover
2
207
Hand Bar Cover-LL
1
208
Hand Bar Cover-LR
1
209
Hand Bar Cover-RL
1
210
Hand Bar Cover-RR
1
A
Allen Wrench 6mm
1
B
Phillips Head Wrench
1
C
Power Cord
1
QTY.
803
105
208
807
805
106
209
812
815
402
207
210
B
C
MILIMETERS
A
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PARTS LIST
Console Assembly
100
101
Computer PC Board
1
AG-11303 -101
102
Console Plate
1
AG-11303 -102
103
Console Housing-Upper
1
AG-11303 -103
104
Console Housing-Bottom
1
AG-11303 -104
105
Water Bottle Holder
2
AG-11303 -105
106
Safety Key
1
AG-11303 -106
107
Safety Key Base
1
AG-11303 -107
Handle Bar Assembly
200
201
Hand Bar
1
AG-11303 -201
202
Hand Pulse Tube
1
AG-11303 -202
203
Hand Pulse Sensor
2
AG-11303 -203
204
Hand Pulse Sensor Plastic Cover
2
AG-11303 -204
205
Hand Bar Foam Grip
2
AG-11303 -205
206
Hand Bar End Cap
2
AG-11303 -206
207
Hand Bar Cover-LL
1
AG-11303 -207
208
Hand Bar Cover-LR
1
AG-11303 -208
209
Hand Bar Cover-RL
1
AG-11303 -209
210
Hand Bar Cover-RR
1
AG-11303 -210
Upright Assembly
300
301
Upright-L
1
AG-11303 -301
302
Upright-R
1
AG-11303 -302
303
Power Switch Plate Base
1
AG-11303 -303
304
Power Switch Plate
1
AG-11303 -304
305
Power Switch
1
AG-11303 -305
306
Power Breaker
2
AG-11303 -306
307
Power Cord Switch Plate
2
AG-11303 -307
1
AG-11303 -401
Base Frame Assembly
400
401
Base Frame
402
Upright-Cover
2
AG-11303 -402
403
Front Caster Holder
2
AG-11303 -403
404
Front Caster
2
AG-11303 -404
405
Fold Up Locker
1
AG-11303 -405
406
Torsional Spring
1
AG-11303 -406
407
Rear Caster Holder
2
AG-11303 -407
408
Rear Caster
2
AG-11303 -408
409
Foot Locker
1
AG-11303 -409
410
Transportation Wheel Bracker
1
AG-11303 -410
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PARTS LIST
411
Transportation Wheel
1
AG-11303 -411
412
Torsional Spring
1
AG-11303 -412
414
Rubber Cushion
4
AG-11303 -414
Motor Assembly
500
501
Motor Hood Top
1
AG-11303 -501
502
Elevation Support Tube
1
AG-11303 -502
503
Elevation Support Tube End Cap
4
AG-11303 -503
504
Plastic Clamp- Top
2
AG-11303 -504
505
Plastic Clamp- Bottom
2
AG-11303 -505
506
Elevation Support
2
AG-11303 -506
507
Motor Holder
1
AG-11303 -507
508
Driving Motor
1
AG-11303 -508
509
Driving Belt
1
AG-11303 -509
510
Control Board
1
AG-11303 -510
511
Elevation Gear Sleeve
1
AG-11303 -511
512
Elevation Motor
1
AG-11303 -512
513
Shock
1
AG-11303 -513
514
Plastic Wheel
1
AG-11303 -514
515
Motor Holder Bottom
1
AG-11303 -515
516
Motor Holder -L
1
AG-11303 -516
517
Motor Holder-R
1
AG-11303 -517
518
Motor Bottom Cover
1
519
Fold Up Support Tube
1
AG-11303 -518
AG-11303 -519
520
Transformer
1
521
Elevation Control Board
1
AG-11303 -520
AG-11303 -521
600.
Running Deck Assembly
601
Running Belt
1
AG-11303 -601
602
Side Rail-L
1
AG-11303 -602
603
Side Rail-R
1
AG-11303 -603
604
Side Rail End Cap-L
1
AG-11303 -604
605
Side Rail End Cap-R
1
AG-11303 -605
606
Side Rail Guider
8
AG-11303 -606
607
Running Deck
1
AG-11303 -607
1
AG-11303 -701
AG-11303 -702
700
Deck Frame Assembly
701
Deck Frame
702
Front Roller Tube + Shaft
1
703
Rear Roller Tube + Shaft
1
704
Running Deck Support Tube
1
AG-11303 -703
AG-11303 -704
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PARTS LIST
705
Running Deck Support Tube Foam Grip
1
AG-11303 -705
706
Rear Caster
2
AG-11303 -706
707
Cushion Pad
8
AG-11303 -707
800
Fastening
801
Φ3.5x14mm Screw
8
AG-11303 -801
802
Φ3x10mm
Screw
2
AG-11303 -802
803
Φ4x14mm
Screw
48
AG-11303 -803
804
M8x36mm
Bolt
2
AG-11303 -804
805
Φ8 Washer
21
AG-11303 -805
807
M8x47mm
Bolt
2
AG-11303 -807
809
M8x10mm
Bolt
2
AG-11303 -809
810
M3x10mm
Bolt
2
AG-11303 -810
811
Φ4x19mm Screw
18
AG-11303 -811
812
M8x18mm Bolt
4
AG-11303 -812
815
M8x52mm Bolt
5
AG-11303 -815
816
Φ16 Washer
2
AG-11303 -816
817
M16x90mm
2
AG-11303 -817
818
M8x20mm
Bolt
1
AG-11303 -818
819
M8x45mm
Bolt
2
AG-11303 -819
821
M8 Nylon Nut
7
AG-11303 -821
822
M8x46mm
2
AG-11303 -822
824
M10 Nylon Nut
1
AG-11303 -824
825
M10x67mm
1
AG-11303 -825
827
M8x30mm
4
AG-11303 -827
828
Φ10 Washer
1
AG-11303 -828
829
M10x30mm
Bolt
1
AG-11303 -829
832
M10x26mm
Bolt
1
AG-11303 -832
833
M8x30mm
10
AG-11303 -833
834
Φ6
3
AG-11303 -834
835
M6x45mm
3
AG-11303 -835
837
M6x8mm Bolt
1
AG-11303 -837
838
M10x42mm Fixed Bolt
1
AG-11303 -838
841
Φ4x12mm
3
AG-11303 -841
Bolt
Bolt
Bolt
Bolt
Bolt
Washer
Bolt
Bolt
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PARTS LIST
844
M8x48mm Fixed Bolt
1
AG-11303 -844
845
M8x85mm Fixed Bolt
1
AG-11303 -845
846
Φ8x26x3 Washer
2
AG-11303 -846
847
Φ8x24x11 Spring
1
AG-11303 -847
848
M8x12mm
2
AG-11303 -848
849
Φ8 Spring
2
AG-11303 -849
850
M8x116mm Fixed Bolt
1
AG-11303 -850
854
M6X14mm Bolt
2
AG-11303 -854
855
Φ18x6.5x2
3
AG-11303 -855
861
M5x14 mm Bolt
4
AG-11303 -861
Bolt
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PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY.
801
801
101
102
103
106
803
802
107
105
104
803
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY
203
804
804
805
805
803
201
204
202
803
207
807
805
209
807
803
205
206
208
805
803
206
205
210
803
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY.
809
809
301
302
305
306
304
811
810
307
303
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY.
812
402
815
816
803
805 805
822 802 403
817
402 805
812
821
805 815
405
406 818
407
414
803
408
805
401
404
816
414
803
821
803
821
805
407
805
821
408 819
409
411
858
815
859
412
410
805
822
821
414
819
802
403
404 803
817
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY.
501
803
803
504
503
503
504
502
503
505
506
824
827
805
825
505
506
821 843 844 845 846 821
803
510
805
841 507
829
848
828
512
827
511
803
847
849
520
508
824
850
521
513
509
808
832
828
518
515
803
516
803
517
803
519
514
803
803
803
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY.
601
602
604
603
861
605
833
811
833
606
811
811
606
811
607
811
606
606
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AG-11303 Treadmill
PARTS DIAGRAM
A MAJORITY OF THE PARTS SHOWN HERE HAVE BEEN PRE-ASSEMBLED AT THE FACTORY.
707
835
707
834
824
836
833
828
838
702
837
703
704
705
834
835
701
855
706
854
854
706
855
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Before you Begin
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Clear your work area.
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Make sure that you’ve cleared a large enough area in order to assemble the treadmill.
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Make sure there is nothing in the area that may cause injury during assembly.
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Make sure there’s enough space for you to move around the treadmill after assembly.
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Remove all components from the boxes before you start assembling the treadmill.
Tools
Before you begin to assemble your treadmill please look at the hardware diagram and familiarize yourself with the parts you
need to assemble and the tools you’ll need.
Make sure you can get hold of the tools easily when assembling your treadmill.
Note
The treadmill has some parts that are fairly heavy. It may be an idea if you have someone that could help you to assemble
it.
Make sure that the treadmill is not plugged in before you start assembly.
Make sure the treadmill is on a flat surface.
Dispose of all packing material at a recycling center when ever possible.
Retain this manual for future reference.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1:
Remove the contents from the shipping box.
Rotate the uprights into position.
Secure from the sides using one M8 x 52 mm Bolt and one Φ8 mm Washer. Secure from the front using two M8 x 18 mm
Bolts and two Φ8 mm Washers.
301
302
805 815
805
812
812
815 805
805
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 2:
Attach upright base cover to the rear of the upright, Secure with one Φ4 x 15 mm screw.
Rotate the handlebar into position.
Secure from the upside using one M8 x 45 mm Bolt and one Φ8 mm Washer.
807
103
805
807
805
402
803
402
803
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 3:
Attach handle bar cover to the upper of right upright and secure from two sides using two Φ4 x 15 mm screws.
Then attach handle bar cover to the upper of left upright and secure from two sides using two Φ4 x 15 mm
screws .
803
207
301
208
803
209
210 803
302
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 4:
Attach the water bottle holder to the console housing-upper and push down until snap in place.
105
103
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FOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
How to fold up the treadmill:
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C
K
Your treadmill can be folded up for space saving storage. To do this follow the instructions here:
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UNFOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
How to unfold the treadmill:
To unfold the treadmill for use follow the instructions here:
Release Lever
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TRANSPORT INSTRUCTIONS
To fold the treadmill for transport first be sure that the deck is at the lowest incline level. Simply lift the
deck up from the rear of the treadmill and fold up as shown in figure T1 until it locks in place. Then you can
transport the home exercise as shown in figure T2. Make sure the treadmill on correct position when
you want to unfold it as shown in figure T3.
T1
T2
T3
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COMPUTER INSTRUCTIONS
COMPUTER INSTRUCTIONS
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COMPUTER OPERATION
START
A
B
INCLINE UP/DOWN
SAFETY KEY
C
D
SPEED UP/DOWN
STOP/ENTER
E
BUTTON FUNCTIONS
START
- Press to start exercise at initial speed 0.5MPH / 0.8KPH.
STOP / ENTER
-a. Press to confirm program and preset function values setting mode.
-b. Press to run setting procedure before pressing the START KEY.
-c. Press to stop exercise during workout time.
SPEED UP/DOWN
-a. Press to increase/ decrease exercise speed by 0.1MPH/KPH.
-b. Hold the button to rapidly increase/ decrease speed and release the button to stop the function.
INCLINE UP / DOWN
-a. Press up or down to change incline level.
-b. Press to select programs and preset related function value.
SAFETY KEY
The safety key must be inserted into the slot on the console in order to operate the treadmill. Always insert the
safety key and attach the clip to your clothing at your waist before beginning your workout. If you should
encounter problems and need to stop the motor quickly, simply pull on the cord to disengage the safety key
from the console. To continue operation first turn the power switch to off and set the speed controller to stop.
Next turn the power switch to on and reinsert the safety key into the console.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
POWER ON
Set the POWER SWITCH, located on the base frame, to ON and insert the SAFETY KEY. The UPPER LCD and LOWER
LCD screens light up all digits and enter the POWER ON mode.
SLEEP MODE
When the power is ON the computer will automatically enter SLEEP MODE if it is left idle for 3 minutes without receiving
any input. Press any button to return to POWER ON status when the computer is in the SLEEP MODE.
DISPLAY MODE
This feature is designed only for store display purpose. To cancel the SLEEP MODE feature, pull out the
safety key, press and hold the SPEED UP and DOWN buttons, insert the safety key to power on the treadmill.
Press incline up/down to select on or off, and press ENTER to confirm. After one short beep sound, the SLEEP
MODE will be cancelled and the LCD will not go off as long as the power switch stays on and the safety key is
inserted properly.
ENGLISH / METRIC CONVERSION
The computer has been preset to calculate and show all information in English (miles, pounds, inches). The computer can
be set to display information in Metric (kilometers, kilograms, centimeters). To do this set the POWER SWITCH, located on
the base frame, to ON. Press and hold the START button. Insert the SAFETY KEY. The computer will sound one short
BEEP and the LCD will show KM and blink. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN button to switch between KM and ML. KM
means Metric and ML means English. Press the STOP/ENTER button to confirm the setting and return to POWER ON
status after one long beep sound.
QUICK START
When the treadmill is in POWER ON status, press the START button to activate the QUICK START. The SPEED LCD
counts down 3 seconds(show 3-2-1) with 3 short beeps then starts from 0.5 MPH/0.8 KPH. Press the SPEED
UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to elevate the treadmill. The TIME,
CALORIES and DISTANCE count up from 0. The PULSE LCD show P until you hold the hand pulse grip sensors then the
PULSE LCD will display the current pulse during the workout.
STOP/PAUSE
During the workout, press the STOP/ENTER button to PAUSE the treadmill, all workout data will be frozen. Press the
START button to resume the workout and all data will continue counting. If the STOP/ENTER button is pressed twice, the
treadmill will return to POWER ON status and all workout information will return to 0.
COMPUTER PROGRAM OPERATION
To select the program, press the program buttons when the treadmill is in POWER ON status. For the first time
user, you have to set up the user information and assign your USER ID from U 1 to U 9 before the program starts.
SET UP USER INFORMATION
Press any program button on the computer panel. For the first time use of the treadmill, the Lower LCD will show a blinking
U1 and will show factory default setting values of user weight, height, age and target heart rate. Press the INCLINE
UP/DOWN buttons to choose the USER ID from U1 to U9 and press the STOP/ENTER button to assign your user ID.
SET USER GENDER
After assigning your user ID, the gender icon will display on the Upper LCD. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons
to switch between male and female icon then press the STOP/ENTER button to select your gender.
SET USER WEIGHT
After setting the user gender, The Upper LCD will display W. The TIME LCD display now shows the blinking factory setting
user weight 150LB/68KG. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the user weight correctly and press
STOP/ENTER to set the user weight.
SET USER HEIGHT
After setting the user weight, The Upper LCD will display H. The CALORIES LCD display now shows the blinking factory
setting user height 5’3”/160CM. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the user height correctly and press
STOP/ENTER to set the user height.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
SET USER AGE
After setting the user Height, The Upper LCD will display A. The INCLINE LEVEL LCD display now shows the blinking factory
setting user age 35. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the user age correctly and press STOP/ENTER to set
the user age.
SET USER TARGET HEART RATE
When you set up the user AGE, please note the user TARGET HEART RATE will be adjusted with the user AGE according
to the factory setting. The factory TARGET HEART RATE setting is based on 85% of the maximum heart rate. The
maximum heart rate is calculated as 220 minus the user age. For age 35, the maximum user heart rate should be 185 and
85% of user heart rate, which is 157. After setting the user age, The Upper LCD will show P and the PULSE LCD shows the
blinking factory target heart rate setting. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the user target heart rate properly
for your own physical condition and press the STOP/ENTER button to set the user TARGET HEART RATE. This treadmill
can allow set and memorize 9 different user’s information. For the repeat user, after pressing the program button, please
press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to select the USER ID that you assigned previously.
Now, you have completed the user information set up. For the 2nd or other member in the family, please assign a different
user ID. Each time when the treadmill is switched off and switched on again it will enter the select program procedure. The
user ID will show the user ID of the previous user.
OPERATE PROGRAM
After completing the USER INFORMATION SET UP, prior to starting the program you selected, please follow the procedure
to operate the different programs as described below:
P1- MANUAL PROGRAM
If you select the P1 MANUAL program, the upper and lower LCD will show the following:
After completing the user information set up, the SPEED LCD displays the initial speed 2.0MPH/3.2KPH and the PULSE LCD
displays P. TIME, CALORIES AND INCLINE LEVEL all show 0. Press the START button to start the workout. Press the
SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed from 0.5MPH to 10MPH and press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust
the incline level from level 0 to 12. Distance, time, calories all count up from 0.
P2- INTERVAL INCLINE
If you select the P2 INTERVAL INCLINE program, the upper and lower LCD will show the following:
After completing the user information set up, SPEED, CALORIES and PULSE LCD display 0. The TIME display shows
factory setting 24:00 and the blinking workout load level shows 1. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the
workout load level from 1 to 9, Then press the STOP/ENTER button to confirm the setting.
Then the blinking TIME LCD displays 24:00. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the total workout time and press
the STOP/ENTER button to confirm the setting.
Press the START button to start the workout. SPEED starts from 2.0MPH/3.2KPH. The TIME counts down from the set up
workout time. The CALORIES and DISTANCE count up from 0. INCLINE LEVEL follows the pre-set chart as follows:
LEVEL
MIN. LEVEL
MAX. LEVEL
1
0
4
2
1
5
3
2
6
4
3
7
5
4
8
6
5
9
7
6
10
8
7
11
9
8
12
During the workout, press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed. Users can overwrite the incline level by
pressing the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons.
COOL DOWN
After the pre-set TIME counts down to 0, treadmill will start a one minute cool down program. The TIME LCD will display
COOL and blink for 10 seconds and continue counting down 50 seconds at speed 2 MPH/3.2KPH. After a one minute cool
down, the treadmill will stop and return to P2 start display. Press STOP/ENTER to go to POWER ON status.
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P3- INTERVAL SPEED
If you select the P3 INTERVAL SPEED program, the upper and lower LCD will show the following:
After completing the user information set up, the SPEED, CALORIES and PULSE LCD display 0. The TIME display shows
factory setting 24:00 and a blinking workout load level shows 1. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the workout
load level from 1 to 9, Then press the STOP/ENTER button to confirm the setting. Then the TIME LCD will display a blinking
24:00. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the total workout time and press STOP/ENTER button to confirm the
setting.
Press the START button to start the workout. The SPEED start and change follows the pre-set workout load speed chart as
below. The TIME counts down from the set up workout time. The CALORIES and DISTANCE count up from 0. INCLINE
LEVEL starts from level 0.
LEVEL MIN. SPEED
MAX. SPEED
1
1.8
3.0
2
2.0
3.4
3
2.2
3.8
4
2.4
4.2
5
2.6
4.6
6
2.8
5.0
7
3.0
5.4
8
3.2
5.8
9
3.4
6.2
During the workout, press the INCLINE UP/DOWN button to adjust the incline level. Users can overwrite the speed by
pressing the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons.
COOL DOWN
After the pre-set TIME counts down to 0, the treadmill will start a one minute cool down program. The TIME LCD will display
COOL and blink for 10 seconds and continue counting down 50 seconds at a speed of 2MPH/3.2KPH. After the one minute
cool down, the treadmill will stop and return to P3 start display. Press STOP/ENTER to go to POWER ON status.
P4- WEIGHT LOSS
If you select the P4 WEIGHT LOSS program, the upper and lower LCD will show the following:
After completing the user information set up, the SPEED, CALORIES and PULSE LCD display 0. The TIME display shows
factory setting 24:00 and the blinking workout load level shows 1. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the
workout load level from 1 to 9, Then press the STOP/ENTER button to confirm the setting. Then the TIME LCD displays a
blinking 24:00. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the total workout time and press the STOP/ENTER button to
confirm the setting.
Press the START button to start the workout. The SPEED and INCLINE follow the pre-set workout load chart. The TIME
counts down from the set up workout time. Distance and Calories count up from 0.
LEVEL MIN. SPEED
MAX. SPEED
MINI. INCLINE LEVEL
MAX INCLINE LEVEL
1
1.6
2.8
0
3
2
1.8
3.0
0
4
3
2.0
3.2
1
5
4
2.2
3.4
1
6
5
2.4
3.6
2
7
6
2.6
3.8
2
8
7
2.8
4.0
3
9
8
3.0
4.2
3
10
9
3.2
4.4
3
11
During the workout, users can overwrite the speed by pressing the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons and overwrite the incline level
by pressing the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons.
COOL DOWN
After the pre-set TIME counts down to 0, the treadmill will start a one minute cool down program. The TIME LCD will display
COOL and blink for 10 seconds and continue counting down 50 seconds at a speed of 2MPH/3.2KPH. After a one minute
cool down, the treadmill will stop and return to P4 start display. Press STOP/ENTER to go to POWER ON status.
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P5-5K SELF LEARING / COMPETITION
If you select the P5 5K SELF LEARNING / COMPETITION program, the upper and lower LCD will show the following:
After completing the user information set up, the DISTANCE LCD shows preset distance 3M/5KM. The TIME, CALORIES and
INCLINE LEVEL LCD display 0 and the PULSE LCD display show P.
Press the START button to start the program. Speed starts from 2.0MPH/3.2KPH. The TIME and CALORIES count up from 0.
Incline level follows the factory pre-set profile. DISTANCE counts down from 3ML/5KM. During the workout you can adjust the
speed by pressing the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons and overwrite the INCLINE LEVEL by pressing the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons.
COOL DOWN
After the pre-set DISTANCE counts down to 0, the treadmill will start a one minute cool down program.The TIME LCD will display
COOL and blink for 10 seconds and continue counting down 50 seconds at a speed of 2MPH /3.2KPH. After a one minute cool down,
the treadmill will stop and return to P5 start display. Press STOP/ENTER to go to POWER ON status.
P6- HEART RATE CONTROL
If you select the P6 5K HEART RATE CONTROL program, the upper and lower LCD will show the following :
After completing the user information set up, the TIME LCD shows the blinking factory pre-set workout time 60:00.
Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the workout time and press the STOP/ENTER button to confirm. Then the upper
LCD shows initial speed 2.0MPH/3.2KPH and the Upper LCD shows initial warm up time 3:00.
Press the START button to start the 3 minutes WARM UP program. Speed starts from 2.0MPH/3.2KPH and INCLINE LEVEL starts
from level 0. Please keep your hand on the hand pulse grips all the time during this workout in order to monitor your pulse correctly.
During the program, if the heart rate monitor fails to sense the pulse you will see P blinking on the PULSE LCD. If the heart rate
monitor senses the pulse properly you will see the stable heart beat sign on the PULSE LCD and the correct pulse readout on the
PULSE LCD. The computer will sense the user pulse every 30 seconds. During the warm up program you can press the
STOP/ENTER button to pause or stop the program or press the START button to re-start the program. Other buttons will not react
during this warm up process.
During the warm up program if heart rate monitor fails to sense the user’s pulse (The PULSE LCD will display P and blink), the
computer will not change the speed. If heart rate monitor senses the user’s pulse properly and the actual user’s pulse does not
reach 65% of the maximum heart rate ((220-age) x 65%), then speed will increase by 0.5MPH/0.8KPH per 30 seconds. If the actual
pulse reaches 65% of the maximum heart rate, the speed will remain unchanged. If the actual pulse reaches 65% of the maximum
heart rate over one minute, then the speed will be maintained the same until the warm up program finishes.
If the actual user’s pulse fails to reach 65% of the maximum heart rate within the first 3 minutes of warm up, the computer will
continue the second 3 minutes warm up program. All workout information continues to count up and the timer counts down from
3:00. During the second 3 minutes warm up, the computer will change the incline level instead of speed. If the heart rate monitor
fails to sense the user’s pulse (The PULSE LCD will display P and blink), the computer will not change the incline level. If the heart
rate monitor senses the user’s pulse properly and the actual user’s pulse does not reach 65% of the maximum heart rate ((220-age)
x 65%), then the incline level will be increased by 1 level per 30 seconds. If the actual pulse reaches 65% of the maximum heart
rate, the incline level will remain unchanged. If the actual pulse reaches 65% of the maximum heart rate over one minute, then the
speed will be maintained the same until the warm up program finishes.
If the actual user’s pulse fails to reach 65% of the maximum heart rate within the second 3 minutes of warm up, the computer will
continue the third 3 minutes warm up program. All workout information continues to count up and the timer counts down from 3:00.
During the third 3 minutes warm up, both speed and incline remain unchanged regardless of the actual pulse. If time counts down to
0 and 65% of the max. heart rate still can not be reached, the TIME LCD will show FAIL, and the program will stop and return to
POWER ON status.
After the warm up program (if the actual pulse reaches 65% of the max. heart rate to complete warm up program), the computer will
enter the HEART RATE CONTROL program. TIME counts down from the previous setting. Distance and Calories will continue
counting up from the warm up program. During the HEART RATE CONTROL program, the heart rate monitor will sensor the actual
user’s pulse every 30 seconds. If the actual user’s pulse does not reach 85% of the max. heart rate, then the incline level will be
increased by 1 level every 30 seconds. If the actual user’s pulse reaches 85% of the max. heart rate, then the treadmill performance
will be remained the same. If the actual user’s pulse is above 85% of the max. heart rate, the incline level will be reduce by 1 level.
Speed will remain unchanged until the incline level increase up to 15% or the incline level down to 0%. If the incline level is up to
15% and still 85% of the max. heart rate can not be reached, then speed will start increasing by 0.5MPH/0.8KPH every 30 seconds.
If the incline level is down to 0% and still lower than 85% of the max. heart rate can not be reached, then the speed will lower by
0.5MPH/0.8KPH every 30 seconds.
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If the actual user’s pulse reaches above 85% of max. heart rate over 3 minutes, the HEART RATE CONTROL program will
be shut down and the computer will enter the one minute COOL DOWN program.
When the TIME counts down to 0, the HEART RATE CONTROL program is completed, and the computer will enter the one
minute COOL DOWN program.
After the COOL DOWN program, the computer will return to POWER ON status.
The purpose of the HEART RATE CONTROL program is to keep the user’s pulse between 65% of the max. heart rate and
85% of the max. heart rate as to reach the most efficient workout result.
Hints to Help You Achieve Your Goals
There are a vast number of benefits to exercising. They include improved sleeping patterns, increased metabolic rate due to
the higher ratio of lean muscle tissue to fat (thereby burning calories even when not working out), improved posture reducing
risk of back pain, denser bone mass reducing risk of osteoporosis, clearer skin and the improved self-esteem that go with all
of these. Do not use weight loss as your only measure of success. Your mirror is a much better indicator than your scales.
Don’t set unrealistic goals at the outset of your exercise programme. This could lead to muscle soreness and de-motivation.
Remember, you’re changing your life, take time to do it properly. Don’t try to immediately change your entire lifestyle to get
fitter. Incremental change is far easier and more sustainable. Don’t try to give up fatty foods, alcohol, late nights and start a
grueling exercise regime all on the same day. Take it one step at a time, ensure the changes you make genuinely become
part of your lifestyle and don’t chastise yourself for backsliding occasionally.
Understand the other elements of your daily life that can help or hinder you in achieving your goals. Nutrition is vitally
important in affecting your general well being with regard to the type of food you eat and when you eat it. Also, there are
many opportunities during your normal day when your current habits could be substituted for healthier practices. Instead of
taking the lift, take the stairs and instead of sitting over a long lunch, take a brisk walk and eat an apple. Even if you only do it
one day of the week it all helps.
Heart Rate Training
In the normal course of our everyday lives our bodies use oxygen to convert nutrients from our food intake into energy for
muscle movement and body functions. The amount of energy used is measured in calories. Broadly speaking if we burn
more calories than we consume then our body will require additional fuel and will use calories stored as fat. This will lead to a
reduced ratio of fat to lean muscle tissue in our body composition and a leaner, fitter appearance.
As we exercise, our heart rate has to increase in order to deliver sufficient oxygen to the working muscles. Regular
cardiovascular exercise, such as cycling, results in a stronger heart and lungs that are more efficient at delivering oxygen to
muscles which, in turn, are more efficient at converting calories into energy.
It is however, imperative that you accurately determine the target heart rate within which to train in order that you may
improve your fitness at a safe, comfortable and sustainable level.
Start by determining your approximate Maximum Heart Rate (MHR). This is the fastest your heart can beat, measured in
beats per minute. Whilst there are sophisticated ways to measure MHR, an acceptable approximation can be made using the
following calculation:
Males: Estimated Max MHR = 220 – Age
Females: Estimated Max MHR = 226 – Age
Finally, use the Training Pyramid on the next page to determine the level at which you should be exercising based upon your
MHR. This level should be maintained using either the Trweadmills heart rate grip sensors or a Heart Rate Monitor.
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STRETCHING ROUTINE
Warm up and cool down:
A successful exercise program consists of a warm-up, aerobic exercise, and a cool-down. Warming up is an important part of
your workout, and should begin every session. It prepares your body for more strenuous exercise by heating up and
stretching out your muscles, increasing your circulation and pulse rate, and delivering more oxygen to your muscles. At the
end of your workout, repeat these exercises to reduce sore muscle problems. We suggest the following warm-up and cooldown exercises:
Toe Touch:
Slowly bend forward from your waist, letting your back and shoulders relax as you
stretch toward your toes. Reach down as far as you can and hold for 15 counts.
Shoulder Lift:
Lift your right shoulder up toward your ear for one count. Then lift your left shoulder
up for one count as you lower your right shoulder.
Head Roll:
Rotate your head to the right for one count, feeling the stretch up the left side of your
neck. Next, rotate your head back for one count, stretching your chin to the ceiling
and letting your mouth open. Rotate your head to the left for one count, and finally,
drop your head to your chest for one count.
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Hamstring Stretch:
Sit with your right leg extended. Rest the sole of your left foot against
your right inner thigh. Stretch toward your toe as far as possible. Hold
for 15 counts. Relax and then repeat with left leg extended.
Side Stretch:
Open your arms to the side and continue lifting them until they are over
your head. Reach your right arm as far upward toward the ceiling as you
can for one count. Feel the stretch up your right side. Repeat this action
with your left arm.
Calf-Achilles Stretch:
Lean against a wall with your left leg in front of the right and your arms
forward. Keep your right leg straight and the left foot on the floor; then
bend the left leg and lean forward by moving your hips toward the wall.
Hold, and then repeat on the other side for 15 counts.
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HEART RATE TRAINING
Using the table below, select the training level that best describes your specific fitness goals. Then refer to the
pyramid to determine the duration as well as the exercise intensity (% of maximum heart rate) of your workout
programme.
1.
Active lifestyle
Improve functional capacity • Decrease disease risk
Increase life span • Physical well being
2.
Healthy Heart
Improve cardiovascular health • Lose weight • Increase energy
Decrease blood pressure • Decrease cholesterol
Increase immune function • Decrease stress
3.
Cardio Challenge
Improve cardiovascular health • Increase aerobic
capacity and endurance
4.
Extreme Training Challenge
Improve lactic acid tolerance • Performance gains
Increase anaerobic capacity
As a guide, we recommend that beginners work out in the Active Lifestyle range for the first eight weeks of their
training. After that you will be able to design your own exercise programme to suit your preferences and
objectives.
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HOW TO MAINTAIN THE AG-11303 TREADMILL
HOW TO MAINTAIN THE AG-11303 TREADMILL:
Proper maintenance is very important to ensure your treadmill is always in top working condition. Improper maintenance
could cause damage or shorten the life of your treadmill and exceed the LIMITED WARRANTY coverage.
•
Important: Never use abrasives or solvents to clean the treadmill. To prevent damage to the computer, keep
liquids away and keep it out of direct sunlight.
•
Inspect and tighten all parts of the treadmill regularly. Replace any worn parts immediately.
BELT ADJUSTMENT:
Belt adjustment and tension performs two functions: adjustment for tension and centering. The running belt has been
adjusted properly at the factory. However transportation, uneven flooring or other unpredicted reasons could cause the belt to
shift off center resulting in the belt rubbing with the plastic side rail or end caps and possibly causing damage. To adjust the
belt back to it’s proper position please follow the directions below:
1.
•
Walking belt has shifted to the left: First unplug the power cord from the surge protector. Using the hex key
provided, turn the left rear roller adjustment bolt 1/4 turn in the clockwise direction. Plug the power cord back into
the surge protector and run the treadmill at 2.5 mph. You should see the belt start to correct itself, moving back
towards the center. Repeat the above procedure until the walking belt is centered. It may be necessary to set
walking belt tension once you have completed this procedure if the belt feels like it is slipping while walking. Refer
below to the "Walking belt slipping" instructions.
•
Walking belt has shifted to the right: First unplug the power cord from the surge protector. Using the hex key
provided, turn the right rear roller adjustment bolt 1/4 turn in the clockwise direction. Plug the power cord back into
the surge protector and run the treadmill at 2.5 mph. You should see the belt start to correct itself, moving back
towards the center. Repeat the above procedure until the walking belt is centered. It may be necessary to set
walking belt tension once you have completed this procedure if the belt feels like it is slipping while walking. Refer
below to the "Walking belt slipping" instructions.
•
Walking belt is slipping: First unplug the power cord from the surge protector. Using the hex key provided, turn
both the left and right rear roller adjustment bolts the same distance, usually a 1/4 turn in the clockwise direction.
Plug the power cord back into the surge protector and run the treadmill at 2.5 mph. You should now walk on the belt
to determine if the belt is still slipping. Repeat the above procedure until the walking belt is not slipping. The tension
should be just tight enough not to slip.
WARNING! Do not over tighten rollers! This will cause premature roller bearing failure!
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CLEANING:
Routine cleaning of your treadmill will extend the product's life.
•
Warning: To prevent electrical shock, be sure the power to the treadmill is OFF and the power cord is unplugged
from the wall electrical outlet before attempting any cleaning or maintenance.
•
Important: Never use abrasives or solvents to clean the treadmill. To prevent damage to the computer, keep
liquids away and keep it out of direct sunlight.
•
After each workout: Wipe off the console and other treadmill surfaces with a clean, water dampened soft cloth to
remove excess perspiration.
•
Weekly: Use of a treadmill mat is recommended for ease of cleaning. Dirt from your shoes contacts the belt and
eventually makes it to underneath the treadmill. Vacuum underneath treadmill once a week.
DECK LUBRICATION:
The walking belt has been pre-lubricated at the factory. However, it is recommended that the walking board be checked
periodically for lubrication to ensure optimal treadmill performance. Your treadmill should not have to be lubricated usually
within the first 400 hours of use.
Every 2 months of operation lift the sides of the walking belt and feel the top surface of the walking board as far as you can
reach. If you feel signs of silicone, no further lubrication is required. If it feels dry to the touch, follow the instructions below.
Please use 100% Silicon Oil to lubricate your treadmill deck.
To apply lubricant to the walking belt:
1.
Position the walking belt so that the seam is located on top and in center of the walking board.
2.
Insert the spray nozzle into the spray head of the lubricant can.
3.
While lifting the side of the walking belt, position the spray nozzle between the walking belt and the board
approximately 6" from the front of the treadmill. Apply the silicone spray to the walking board, moving from the front
of the treadmill to the rear. Repeat this on the other side of the belt. Spray approximately 4 seconds on each side.
Allow the silicone to "set" for 1 minute before using the treadmill.
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Troubleshooting
NOTE: Do not touch any internal electric wires without consulting the technical support team.
No display on the Computer LCD, after the power is switched on.
1.
2.
3.
Make sure the power cord has been plugged in properly to the power switch on the base frame and mains power socket.
Make sure the safety key is inserted properly into the safety key slot on the console. Try pulling it in and out several
times until the LCD lights up.
If there is still no power on the computer, call the technical support team for help.
Computer LCD lights up but the running belt has no movement.
1.
2.
3.
Follow the console operating instructions for the P1 manual programme then press the Start button to see if the belt will
move. The belt should move at 0.8km/hour.
If the belt still does not move, press the Speed Up button and see if the speed LCD window indicates the speed
increasing. If you are still having difficulty please call the technical support team.
If when you press the speed button the speed LCD window indicates the speed increasing, but the belt still does not
move please call the technical support team for help.
Computer LCD does not show the pulse.
1.
2.
First, please press the Start button to start the treadmill. Place both hands on the heat rate contact sensors on the
handlebars. Then check if the LCD shows a blinking heart symbol. If the blinking heart symbol is displayed then the
computer is sensoring your pulse properly. Keep your hands on the sensors until the actual pulse number is displayed
on the LCD.
If when holding the contact sensors on the handlebars the heart symbol is not displayed, please disassemble the
handlebars and check to make sure both sensor wires are assembled correctly. Disconnect and then reconnect them
again. Then try the heart rate contacts again. If they still do not work properly, please call the technical support team for
help.
Contact Number
If you have any other problems please call the following number:
UK TECHNICAL SUPPORT TEAM 0845 600 0464
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ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS / LIMITED WARRANTY
How to Order Replacement Parts
If you encounter any problems with the product, or need to order replacement parts, call our UK Customer Service
Department on +44 (0) 845 600 0464. To help us assist you, please be prepared to give us the following information:
The Model Number of the product (AG-11303)
The Name of the product (PLATINUM TREADMILL)
The Serial Number/Manufacturing Date of the product
The Description of the part(s)
Limited Warranty – UK Only
This product is warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and material, under normal use and service conditions, for
a period of (2) two years for parts and labor and lifetime for the frame from the date of purchase. This warranty extends only
to the original purchaser. The manufacturers obligation under this warranty is limited to replacing or repairing, at the
manufacturers option, the product through one of its authorized service centers. All repairs for which warranty claims are
made must be pre-authorized by the manufacturer. This warranty does not extend to any product or damage to the product
caused by or attributed to freight damage, abuse, misuse, improper or abnormal usage or repairs not provided by an
authorized service centre, products used for commercial or rental purposes, or products used as store display models. No
other warranty beyond that specifically set forth above is authorized by the manufacturer.
The manufacturer is not responsible or liable for indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of or in connection
with the use of performance of the product or damages with respect to any economic loss, loss of property, loss of revenues
or profits, loss of enjoyment or use, costs of removal, installation or other consequential damages of whatsoever nature.
The warranty extended hereunder is in lieu of any and all other warranties and any implied warranties of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose is limited in its scope and duration to the terms set forth herein.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights.
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