BH Fitness TS 2 Treadmill
Owner’s Manual
BH FITNESS
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Phone: 949-206-0330
Fax: 949-206-0013
Email: fitness@bhnorthamerica.com
Web: www.BHFitnessUSA.com
BH 12/6/12
V.20100429
INTRODUCTION:
Congratulations for selecting BH FITNESS as your new fitness resource.
BH FITNESS treadmills offer many exercise programs that benefit users of all
levels and ages. Your new treadmill is designed to make your workouts more
effective and enjoyable.
Please read this entire manual carefully before using your treadmill. This
will allow you to get a full understanding of all the features your BH FITNESS
treadmill provides. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact BH
FITNESS or any authorized BH FITNESS distributors in your area.
BH FITNESS
20155 Ellipse, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610
Phone: 949-206-0330
Fax: 949-206-0013
Email: fitness@bhnorthamerica.com
Web: www.BHFitnessUSA.com
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
It is very important to become familiar with the frequently used components of
your treadmill.
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Computer
Hand Pulse
Power Cord
ċSwitch
Power
Safety
Key
Frame
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Circuit Breaker
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Rear End Caps
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
1. IMPORTANT SAFET Y INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................... 4
2. ASSEMBLY IN STRUCTIONS....................................................................... 6
3. TREADMILL AND CONSOLE.......................................................................11
4. WORKOUT PROGRAMS ............................................................................16
5. CALCULATING YOUR TARGET HEART RATE ...........................................34
6. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE....................................................................35
7. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................36
8. WARRANTY..................................................................................................37
PART LIST........................................................................................................39
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SECTION 1
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before using the treadmill.
User Safety:
Before using this or any other exercise equipment consult your family physician or health care
professional in order to develop a well-planned exercise program to fit your health needs. If you
encounter any pain or breathing discomfort while working out, STOP!, and consult a physician
before continuing.
1. Close supervision is necessary when this unit is used by or near children, invalids or disabled
persons. Children are curious and vulnerable to accidents. Do not use the unit as a toy.
2. Do not wear loose or dangling clothing while using the treadmill.
3. Maximum user weight is 350 lbs (~158kg) for the TS2 treadmill.
4. Only one person can use the unit at a time.
5. Keep hands away from moving parts.
6. The owner is responsible for explaining safety instructions to each user.
Treadmill Safety:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, el ectric shock, injury to persons or
inflicting the harm of a burn:
7. Turn all the controls to the off position prior to removing the electrical plug from the outlet. The
on/off switch is located on the right, front of the unit.
8. Never leave the unit unattended when plugged in. Unplug the unit from the electrical power
before leaving the room, when unused and before servicing or adding or removing parts.
9. Unplug the treadmill prior to cleaning to reduce the risk of electric shock, serious burns, and the
risk of injuries.
10. Never operate this unit if it has a damaged electrical cord or plug. Do not operate this unit if it is
not working properly. Do not operate this unit if it has been dropped or damaged. Do not operate
this unit if it has been immersed into water. Return the unit to a service center for examination
and repair.
11. Do not pull or carry the unit by the electrical cord. Do not use the cord as a handle.
12. Keep the electrical cord away from heated surfaces.
13. Connect this Treadmill to a properly grounded 110-120V, 15 or 20 Amp dedicated outlet only.
14. Call your service center or BH Fitness with your concerns before taking your treadmill in for
repair.
15. Do not place sharp objects near the unit. Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
16. Do not use outdoors.
17. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being
administered.
18. Use the unit only as described in this manual. Only use attachments recommended by the
manufacturer.
19. For safety, keep a minimum clearance of 18” on the front and each side and 24” at the rear of
the treadmill. Place the unit on a flat stable surface.
Note–This treadmill has the foldable mechanism, please make sure the incline is adjusted to the
original position before folding the treadmill (to avoid interference between mechanisms).
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (cont’d)
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This unit must be grounded. If it malfunctions or breaks down, grounding reduces
the risk of electric shock by providing a path of least resistance for electric
currents. This unit is equipped with a cord that has an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. Insert the plug into an appropriate 110-120 Volt
electrical outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all
local codes and ordinances. Do not use an adapter or extension cord with this
unit.
WARNING! – An improper connection of the grounding conductor can result in
a risk of an electrical shock. Check with a qualified electrician if you are uncertain
if the unit is grounded properly. Do not modify the plug provided to you. If it does
not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
GROUNDING METHODS
GROUNDED
OUTLET
GROUNDED
GROUNDING PIN
WARNING!
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE TREADMILL BE ON ITS
SIDE
Please save these instructions
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SECTION 2
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TS2
Item
Description
Qty
Item
Description
Qty
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
Computer Console
Frame
Left Upright
Right Upright
Left Decoration Cover
Right Decoration Cover
Computer Shelf
Left Handrail
Right Handrail
Cup/Bottle Holder
Left Handrail Decoration Cover
Right Handrail Decoration Cover
Rear Cover
Bottle
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
Truss Hex Screw M8xP1.25x15
Truss Philips Screw M5xP0.8x10
Truss Hex Screw M8xP1.25x60
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw ψ5x25
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw ψ4x12
Truss Philips Screw M5xP0.8x15
Nylon Nut
Hex Wrench 6mm
Hex Wrench 5mm
SILICONE
Safety Key
Power Cord
Sleeve Screwdriver
Round Head Philips Screw M4xP0.7x8
Washer Ø6xØ16x1.0t
10
4
4
2
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
N
G
k
h
i
C
M
D
I
A
H
F
L
K
E
B
J
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TS2 (cont’d)
WARNING!
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE TREADMILL BE ON ITS
SIDE
Don’t cut the packing belt until
removing the treadmill from the carton
and lay it flat on the floor as shown in
the drawing.
1. Pull out the control cable with the
guide thread attached in the right
upright (D), then feed the control
cable into the opening of the right
upright as shown. Tighten the left
and right uprights (C,D) with bolts
(a) and assemble them onto the
frame
Note:. During assembling of the
upright supports, one person is needed
to hold the support in place while the
other tightens the bolts to avoid
unexpected accidents
D
C
a
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2. After left and right Uprights are
tightened, place their Decorative
Covers (E, F) onto the Frame and
secure with Philips Screws (b).
F
b
b
b
E
3. Computer Rack Assembly: Assemble
Left and Right handrails (H,I) to the
computer rack as shown
G
Note: During assembly, be sure to align the
holes of the handrails and the computer
rack
I
H
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TS2 (cont’d)
4. Connect the main cable through the
Computer Rack Assembly (G) and pull
out the wire from the upper holes of the
Computer Rack Assembly. Place the
Computer Rack Assembly (G) on the
uprights. Fasten with hex bolts (c).
c
G
c
When fastening the bolts for the uprights
and handrails, make sure that the bolts do
not pinch the wires/cables in the process
Note: Always assemble the treadmill
with an assistant, do not assemble by
one’s self.
5. Attach the left and right
decorative handrail covers (K,L) onto
the computer rack as shown (right)
and tighten with Philips Self Tapping
Screw (d, f).
Place the bottle holder (J) on the
computer rack and tighten with 1
Philips Self Tapping Screw (e) on
each side.
J
L
f
e
K
d
f
d
Note: Be aware not to pinch or
damage the wires/cables during the
assembly
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TS2 (cont’d)
6. Match and connect all the cables
from the bottle holder to the
computer console (A) on the
treadmill. Tidy up all cables and
tuck them inside the computer
console.
Place the computer
console on bottle holder and tighten
with nylon nut (g) and washer (o).
Tighten the rear cover (M) with 4
screws (n).
A
M
n
g
o
Note: While connecting the cables,
be sure to match their colors: red to
red, white to white, etc.
8.
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SECTION 3
TREADMILL AND CONSOLE
WARNING!
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD THE TREADMILL BE ON ITS
SIDE
MOVING THE TREADMILL
Use the front wheels to move the Treadmill. Elevating the treadmill
(incline) may help make the wheeling of the unit easier. Always be
sure to use proper lifting form / technique. Grasp the end caps with
two hands and slowly lift deck up until you are in an upright position.
Keep the treadmill at that angle and wheel the unit as required.
SAFETY KEY & CLIP
Your BH Fitness treadmill is equipped with a safety key that will
disable the treadmill if it is not in place. You should attach the clip end
to your clothing. The magnet end goes into the recess in the center of
the console. If at any time you need to stop the treadmill, pull the
safety key quickly off the console. This will cut all power to the
treadmill and it will come to a complete stop. To restart the treadmill,
place the safety key back in place. You will then need to program
your workout again.
BEFORE STARTING
Straddle the running belt and stand on the side rails. Insert the safety
key and attach the clip to your clothing. Do not stand on the walking
belt while starting or stopping the treadmill.
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TREADMILL AND CONSOLE (cont’d)
FOLDING UP THE UNIT
The Treadmill can be folded for storage.
1. Stop the treadmill.
2. Lower the elevation to the minimum.
3. Turn off the power and unplug the electrical power cord
4. Lift the running deck up by the end caps until lever (O) clicks into place. The treadmill
is locked in folding storage position
5. Do not touch lever (O) until you
are ready to unlock and use the
treadmill again
NOTE: The pneumatic cylinder is packed under high pressure. Hard hits, knocks
or impacts could cause damage to the cylinder. If damaged, the folding
mechanism may not work properly and the treadmill deck could land on
the floor abruptly
Do not hit the cylinder
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TREADMILL AND CONSOLE (cont’d)
MOVING THE UNIT
NOTE: Do not move across an uneven floor.
1. Verify the electrical connector is unplugged and the unit is folded.
2. Place your hands on the handrails and push the treadmill using the two wheels.
UNFOLDING THE UNIT
1. Verify the space under the treadmill is clear and children are not near.
2. Press lever (O) down as shown by the arrow.
3. The treadmill will slowly lower down to the floor.
POSITION THE TREADMILL
1. For safety, maintain a minimum clearance around the treadmill. Maintain 18 inches on the
front and on each side of the treadmill plus 24 inches at the rear of the treadmill.
2. Store the unit in a dry place away from direct sunlight and temperature changes.
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KEY FUNCTIONS
START – This key is used to begin any treadmill program.
PROGRAM – This key is used to enter into the programs.
STOP/RESET – This key is used to stop the treadmill at any time. Press
STOP/RESET once to stop the running belt. Press STOP a
second time and hold 5 seconds until it beeps to end the program
and set the incline to zero from an elevated position.
ENTER – This key is used to confirm the value of the current selection.
These keys are used to adjust the elevation of the treadmill.
These keys are used to adjust the speed of the treadmill.
INSTANT SPEED – You can change the speed of the treadmill by pressing one
of the Instant Key buttons.
CONSOLE FEEDBACK
TIME – This will read the number of minutes left in the program that you have
selected or the number of minutes since beginning the test.
CALORIES – This reading is the amount of body heat in calories burned during
your workout. As with all pieces of exercise equipment, this is an
estimated value.
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TREADMILL AND CONSOLE (cont’d)
PULSE – Pulse will display in Beats Per Minute (BPM).
SPEED – This is how fast the treadmill moves in Miles Per Hour (MPH).
DISTANCE – Total distance traveled during your workout in miles.
INCLINE – Incline will read as a percent of grade.
NOTE: If the Incline is elevated and the belt is not moving, press the STOP for 5
seconds until the unit beeps to lower the incline to zero.
USING HEART RATE
NOTE: See page 34 for Target Heart Rate Instructions.
PULSE GRIP – To check the heart rate, grasp the sensor grips at the base of
the console. The PULSE LED will blink and after about 9 seconds your pulse
reading will display in the pulse window.
NOTE: For an immediate stop, pull the safety key out of the safety
key recess and the treadmill will stop abruptly.
Anytime the SAFETYKEY is removed, an audible beep will sound; the
window will display a profile of a key as belowand the rest will display
“ ---- “. Place the SAFETYKEY to restore the treadmill operation
1. Under Start/Ready position, press MODE key to enter edit mode.
2. Under Start/Ready position, press Quick / Start key to start
Manual run
3. For safety reasons, the incline function of this systemwill return to level
zero upon starting an exercise or when the STOP key was pressed
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SECTION 4
WORKOUT PROGRAMS
Your BH FITNESS treadmill will provide both manual controlled and factory
installed preset workout programs.
In MANUAL, you control the speed and/or elevation at your discretion.
In PRESET programs, the speed and/or elevation will change in accordance with
the program’s profile (as illustrated on the following pages).
In any program, pressing the STOP will pause the current program. To resume
the current program press the START key. To exit the current program and return
to the START/READY status, press and hold the STOP again for 3 to 5 seconds
until the console beeps.
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS (cont’d)
Operating Instructions
1. In Start/Ready position, press MODE key to enter edit mode.
2. In Start/Ready position, press Quick / Start key to start a Manual run
3.1 During workout, press STOP key and system will go into PAUSE status. The
motor will stop and incline motor will automatically return to the default
position (level zero).
3.2 When setting program or finished executing the target program or time
reaches the set value, the system will enter RUN END status, main motor will
stop and incline motor will automatically return to the default position (level
zero).
3.3 Under Start/Ready status, if incline is not at the original position, either press
and hold STOP key for 5 seconds or press START key, it will automatically
return to the default position.
Edit Mode
1. In Start/Ready position, press MODE key and press INCLINE
to select
Goal mode and Program mode.
2. Program Mode: Press INCLINE
to select the Program (P1~P11), and
the PROGRAM window will flash, the window will show P1-P11 to edit.
After edit, press ENTER or Quick / Start to start the machine. If you press
START directly during edit, the un-edited parameters take pre-set values.
During edit, INCLINE and SPEED window will display lowest level value.
The matrix window will display the picture.
3. WARM UP and COOL DOWN functions: During WARM UP or Program
position, change speed or inclination, the value will increase or decrease in
the next level. COOL DOWN is not affected and STOP is the only function
which can be carried out.
4. PROGRAM has 32 segments in all. The 1st three segments of 1 minute each
are for WARM UP, the last three segments of 1 minute each are for COOL
DOWN. This means for each program executed, there are 3 minutes for
WARM UP and 3 minutes for COOL DOWN. The rest of the target time will
be divided into 26 segments.
5. 9 HOLES mode does not have WARM UP or COOL DOWN. When distance
reaches 2.17 miles, the motor will stop and message ”End” will display.
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS (cont’d)
Program Operation and Instruction
Manual Mode
1. When press START, the treadmill counts down from 3, and the motor will start at
0.6mph. A progress LED will blink in the counterclockwise direction of a lap. Each lap
represents 0.4KM (0.25MIL)
2. Press SPEED
key to change speed or press instant speed keys 1- 2 – 4 – 6 – 8
-10 for convenient direct speed selection
3. Press INCLINE
key to change incline or press instant incline keys 1- 2 – 4 –
6 – 8 - 10 - 12 for convenient direct incline selection
4. Press Stop while the belt is rolling, the motor will stop and the incline motor will return
to the original position and window displays ”PAUSE”. If START key is pressed during
PAUSE, treadmill will resume the same speed & incline before it went into PAUSE.
Program Mode
P1 Goal
In Start/Ready status, press MODE key to enter program mode and P1 LED will blink.
Press ENTER to confirm, press ENTER at TIME and the window will blink. At this point user
can press ENTER key to select TIME, DIS or CAL to set and press ENTER key to confirm and
enter the editing of the following items.
Time Setting Range: 5~99 min preset value:20 min step:1 minute
Distance Setting Range:1~99 mile preset value:5 miles step:1 mile
Calorie Setting Range:40~999 cal preset value:200 cal step:1
After setting the function values, press ENTER key to confirm and press START key to begin
the MANUAL PROGRAM or press START key directly to start after setting.
In Start/Ready status, press MODE key to switch between program and manual. Use INCLINE
to select P2 ~ P7. Press ENTER to accept. Change LEVEL using SPEED
to
set value and press ENTER to accept. Repeat the same for TIME then press start to execute
program.
P2 9 Holes
P3 Hill Climb
P4 Hill Run
P5
Interval
P6
Rolling
P7
Weight Loss
LEVEL Preset 1 Range 1~10 step1
Distance is 2188 feet
LEVEL Preset 1 Range 1~10 step 1
Time Preset 30min Range 20~99min step 1 min
LEVEL Preset 1 Range 1~10 step 1
Time Preset 30min Range 20~99min step 1 min
LEVEL Preset 1 Range 1~10 step 1
Time Preset 30min Range 20~99min step 1 min
LEVEL Preset 1 Range 1~10 step1
Time Preset 30min Range 20~99min step 1 min
LEVEL Preset 1 Range 1~10 step 1
Time Preset 30min Range 20~99min step 1 min
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS (cont’d)
P8 Racing
1. Select P8 from Program. Racing Program will display in the window
2. Press ”ENTER” to confirm the P8 program. Racing distance 1.0 will be
blinking on the display waiting for the racing distance input.
Note : If user didn’t set the target distance, he cannot continue to the next step.
3. Set distance and press “ENTER” to confirm value. Racing time will be
blinking in the display area waiting for racing time input.
Like above, user must set target time or he cannot continue to the next step.
4. Press “START” to begin racing
-The upper track represents the computer (racer 1) and the lower track
represents the user (racer 2)
-The first track displays distance, unit is MIL and target distance is 20.
-Computer speed is setup by target distance/target time, unit is MIL/HR.
-User can adjust speed and incline under Manual mode. Only distance and
time values can be setup during this program.
-Anyone of the racers reaches the target distance, the treadmill will stop.
-If racer 1(computer) reaches the target distance first, YOU LOSE message
will display.
-If racer 2 (user) reaches the target distance first, YOU WIN message will
display
-Press any key to exit the result.
P9 P10 Custom
Time Preset 32min Range 20~99min step 1 min
PROGRAM has 32 segments in all (SE01~SE32) and all the pre-set values
are the lowest value
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS (cont’d)
65% 75% 85% THR (Target Heart Rate) This function must be used
together with Chest Belt
Dot Matrix window displays HRC
This is self-training based on heart rate. The machine receives the heart rate reading
from the chest belt worn by the runner. If the heart rate meets the goal set, the speed and
elevation will keep within a certain range for best training effort.
To use this program, follow the steps below:
P11 HRC
1. In Start/Ready status, press MODE key and PROGRAM
key to select
HRC (P11) and the representative picture will display in the Dot Matrix. Press
ENTER to confirm and enter into the program control function edit.
2. At this time, the window will display AGE (blinking). Press
key to
adjust the age (Age range:13~80 Preset Value:30 step is 1), and press ENTER
to confirm.
3. Window will display 65% program control mode. Press
key to select
the program control mode from 65%,75%,85% and THR. Press ENTER to
confirm.
If entering 65%,75% or 85% program control mode, adjust the age
(Age range:13~80 Preset Value:30 step is 1) and press ENTER to set
TIME. ( Range:5~99min Preset Value:20min step is 1)
If entering THR program control mode, window will display THR and
PULSE LCD is blinking. The program will ask for pulse value which will change
with the ages. Refer to the chart attached for age and pulse accordingly. Choose
suitable value for the age and press
or
to adjust the pulse value. If no
change is necessary, press ENTER and program will execute according to the
preset values.
key to select
At this time, TIME is blinking and user can press
the desired time or press QUICK/START directly to start the exercise without
count down. (Time Range:5~99min, Preset value:20min step is 1)
4. Under HRC program control mode, the treadmill will start at a speed of 1.6
KPH(1MPH) and zero incline. The program will change the speed and incline
according to the pulse value of user during workout.
5. If no pulse is detected while the HRC program is being executed, the screen
will display NO . If pulse continues to be missing for 30 seconds, the
program will stop and exit to Start/Ready status.
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS (cont’d)
** This chart is about Age and Pulse Value (default value) for HRC Function
Age
BPM
H
preset
L
Age
BPM
H
preset
L
Age
BPM
H
preset
L
Age
BPM
H
preset
L
13
197
124
124
31
180
113
113
49
162
103
103
67
145
92
92
14
196
124
124
32
179
113
113
50
162
102
102
68
144
91
91
15
195
123
123
33
178
112
112
51
161
101
101
69
143
91
91
16
194
122
122
34
177
112
112
52
160
101
101
70
143
90
90
17
193
122
122
35
176
111
111
53
159
100
100
71
142
90
89
18
192
121
121
36
175
110
110
54
158
100
100
72
141
90
89
19
191
121
121
37
174
110
110
55
157
99
99
73
140
90
88
20
190
120
120
38
173
109
109
56
156
98
98
74
139
90
88
21
189
119
119
39
172
109
109
57
155
98
98
75
138
90
87
22
188
119
119
40
171
108
108
58
154
97
97
76
137
90
86
23
187
118
118
41
170
107
107
59
153
97
97
77
136
90
86
24
186
118
118
42
169
107
107
60
152
96
96
78
135
90
85
25
185
117
117
43
168
106
106
61
151
95
95
79
134
90
85
26
184
116
116
44
167
106
106
62
150
95
95
80
133
90
84
27
183
116
116
45
166
105
105
63
149
94
94
28
182
115
115
46
165
104
104
64
148
94
94
29
181
115
115
47
164
104
104
65
147
93
93
30
181
114
114
48
163
103
103
66
146
92
92
PULSE function: Detect heart rate signal during workout, range is 40 -200 BPM. This
pulse reading could be either from hand pulse sensors or from wireless heart rate
belt. Wireless pulse has first priority
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SECTION 5
CALCULATE YOUR TARGET HEART RATE
Heart Rate (HR) training has become one of the most popular forms of
monitoring your workouts. Nothing tells you how your body is feeling like your
own heart. By using your heart rate to tell you how hard to train, you can
maximize your workout results.
STEP ONE
Determining your Maximum Heart Rate:
The standard calculation for determining your maximum heart rate, Beats Per
Minute (BPM), is to take your age and subtracting it from the number 220.
Example:
If you are 30 years of age, your maximum heart rate is:
220 – 30 = 190 BPM.
STEP TWO
Select your ideal workout HR Zone:
Once you have your maximum heart rate you can use it to determine your Target
HR Zone based on your fitness goal(s).
Recent studies have shown:
60-70% of your maximum HR will allow you to loose weight.
70-80% of your maximum HR will improve your aerobic fitness.
80-85% of your maximum HR will increase your athletic performance.
NOTE: DO NOT exceed 85% of your maximum heart rate.
STEP THREE
Calculate your ideal Target HR:
Using the above percentages, you can calculate your ideal Target Heart Rate for
your specific goal.
As an example, the average 30 year old can:
Maximize burn fat / weight loss, by maintaining ~123 BPM during a workout
190 * 0.65 =123 BPM.
Improve aerobic fitness, by maintaining ~142 BPM during a workout
190 * 0.75 =142 BPM.
Do not exceed 85% = 190 * 0.85 = 161 BPM.
Remember to consult your family physician or health care professional to
develop a well-planned exercise program to fit your health needs.
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PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
The running belt can shift to one side or simply ‘skid
over’ when running. Run the machine at 3 mph for a
few minutes to determine which side the belt is
drifting towards, left or right. Center the belt using
the Torque wrench.
If the belt is drifting left.
i) Turn the treadmill off and unplug from the machine.
ii) Tighten the left hexagonal head socket a ¼ turn
(clockwise).
iii) Loosen the right hexagonal head socket a ¼ turn
(counterclockwise).
iv) Run the belt at 3 mph again for a few minutes.
If the belt drifts to the left, repeat steps.
If the belt is drifting right.
i) Turn the treadmill off and unplug from the machine.
ii) Tighten the right hexagonal head socket a ¼ turn
(clockwise).
iii) Loosen the left hexagonal head socket a ¼ turn
(counterclockwise).
iv) Run the belt at 3 mph again for a few minutes.
If the belt drifts to the right, repeat steps.
Rear Roller
Hexagonal
Head Socket
Use Torque wrench
to turn Hex Head
Socket
Once the running belt has been adjusted, closer to
the center, the treadmill can be powered on again.
It is recommended that the deck be lubricated
regularly according to the frequency of usage.
Refer to the suggested schedule in the table below .
WARNING!
Do not use cleaner under the running belt.
i) Use Torque wrench to loosen the hexagonal head
socket in the end caps. Remove excessive
accumulations of dust, dirt, and other substances
from running deck. ONLY use a clean soft cloth.
ii) Gently pull up the side of the running belt.
Dispense a thin layer of the lubricant on deck, and
spread evenly. DO NOT over lubricate.
iii) Center the belt (using the instructions above), and
tighten the hexagonal head socket.
4 Miles or less / hr = lube every 1 year
4~8 Miles / hr = lube every 6 months
8 Miles or more / hr = lube every 3 months
Check belt condition and if necessary adjust using
the instructions above.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
ERROR MESSSAGE
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTION
E1
Loss of Feedback
Speed Sensor disconnected
Check Speed Sensor
Connection
Speed Sensor Misaligned
Check Sensor position
Faulty Speed Sensor
Replace Speed Sensor
Loose Display Connection
Check Display Cable
Connection
Faulty MCB (D2 LED on)
Replace MCB
Faulty Drive Motor
Replace Drive Motor
E6
Safety Key Off
Faulty Safety key
Check Safety key or switch
Elevation Motor
Elv. Motor not moving
Check Elv. Motor connections
Stalled Elev. Motor
Elv. Motor screw binding
Clean screw, lubricate or
remove obstruction
Elv. Motor out of range
Check motor zero position
Elv. Potentiometer
Calibrate Elev motor
E7
Elevation Motor
Elv. Motor out of range
Calibrate Elev motor
Display doesn’t light up
On/Off Switch
Check if unit is turned on
Fuse
Check fuses on MCB
Insufficient power source
Plug unit in a dedicated 120V,
20A outlet
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PART LIST
No.
1
1-1
1-2
2
3
4
4-1
5
6
7
7-1
8
8-1
9
10
11
11-1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Description
Electronics
water bottle holder
Electronic shelf
Truss hex screw M8xP.1.25x60
Positioning Mechanical Spring
left upper handle cover
right upper handle cover
Qty.
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
computer decoration cover
left lower handle cover
right lower handle cover
left handlerail
right handlerail
Arc tube
PVC foam grip
left upright
right upright
guide thread
backboard
washer spring M8x2.0t
Orientation pedal
Conduplicate stator
Truss Philips Screw M4xP0.7x8
Incline Base
Wheel PBKP320
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
4
1
2
Hex Screw M6x45
Plastic cushion
Rear Fixing Plate
Round Head Philips Screw M5x40
CKS Hex Screw SEKK413
Bushing mandril
inside and outside tube
Base
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Nylon nut M8xP1.25
Smooth Tube
Hex Screw M8x32
Incline joining Board
Nylon nut M6xP1.0
Truss hex screw SAEK432S
Stop Washer SCAK431
Safty Pin
Cylinder
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw 5x25
Truss Philips Screw M5xP0.8x15
?
6
1
2
4
8
4
10
1
1
2
12
No.
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
90-1
90-2
91
92
92-1
93
94
95
96
97
Description
Qty.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
R Pin ψ10x ψ2.0
controller pin
Frame
Power cord socket
Power Switch
Circuit Breaker
Sensor
Truss hex screw M10x52(12mm)(SAE105212)
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw ψ4x12
2
2
Truss Philips Screw M4xP0.7x15
CKS Hex Screw M8xP1.25x30 12mm
Fixed cushion
Truss Philips Screw M4xP0.7x10
Fixed plastic pedal
Washer Drilling Philips Self Tapping Screw ψ4x12
CKS Hex Screw M8xP1.25x45
Washer ψ10x ψ6x1.0t
CKS Hex Screw M8xP1.25x45
Hex nut M8xP1.25
Rear End Cap(Left)
Rear End Cap(Right)
Round Head Drilling Philips Screw Ø4x20
Motor Cover
Front Roller Sets
Running Belt
Peadl
Rear Roller sets
Counter Sink Hex Screw M6xP1.25x25
Foam Sticker 1200x20x1.5t
Running Board
Power Cord
Control Wire(Lower)
Wire Clip Knob UC-0
Counter Sink Hex Screw M6xP1.0x30
Extension Wire (White) 14AWGx90mmx2T,180 90
Extension Wire (Black) 14AWGx90x2T
Extension Wire (Black) 14AWGx90mmx2T,180 90
8
1
6
1
8
4
3
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
6
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Extension Wire(yellow&green) 14AWGx150mmx1T1R
1
Round Head Philips Screw M5x35
Washer Ø6xØ13x1.5t
Wheel
1
4
2
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43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
Truss Philips Screw M5xP0.8x10
Lower Motor Cover
Truss Philips Screw M6xP1.0x10
Motor
Drive Belt
CKS Hex Screw M8xP1.25x20
Washer
CKS Hex Screw M8xP1.25x15
Motor fixing plate
Incline Motor
CKS Hex Screw SAK101535A
Incline
Base Flex
ㄇ
Hex nut M8xP1.25
6
1
13
1
1
4
4
2
1
1
1
2
1
Truss philips Self Tapping Screw ?4x12
2
Safty key top
Safty key bottom
Truss philips Self Tapping Screw ?4x16
1
1
6
Hex Wrench 5mm
Hex Wrench 6mm
Truss Hex ScrewM8xP1.25x15
1
1
10
Sleeve Wrench+Philips Screw
Nylon nut M10xP1.5
Nylon nut M10xP1.5,8t
Side fixed plastic
1
2
10
2
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
Washer Drilling Philips Screw ψ4x20
Truss Hex Screw SAEK430S
Foot Pad
Washer Drilling Philips Screw ψ4x20
Nylon nut M5
Sensor fixed Plate
Hex Screw M6x8
Round Head Philips Screw(copper) M5xP0.8x8
Left Decoration Cover
Right Decoration Cover
3
6
4
8
2
1
1
4
1
1
Hand Pulse Sets
Foam Sticker 40x25x1.0t
Foam Sticker Ø25xØ8x1.0t
Hex Screw M6x8
Truss Hex Screw M8xP1.25x38 (10mm)
2
2
6
1
2
Washer ?6x?16x1.0t
Nylon nut M6xP1.0
Plastic washer
Plastic Post Pad
4
4
2
4
Water Bottle
SILICON
Sound insulation pad
1
1
2
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42
17
106
6
120
40
1-1
35
125
4
42
124
120
40
1- 2
36
101
124
11
2
100
33
112
134
36
124
7
40
115
2
99
99
135
1
40
87
30
137
101
36
114
62
104
31
137
30
39
8
99
127
116
100
18
112
40
66
37
2
9
4- 1
19
26
2
38
10
44
32
100
36
123
101
125
11 -1
7- 1
40
40
33
40
30
137
124
22
9
32
101
28
44
16
42
123
99
36
35
120
36
39
124
43
12
8-1
27
100
21
44
10
95
24
40
44
19
88
105
62
98
23
40
44
15
102
102
3
130
46
48
14
47
107
14
70
13
60
68
56
63
52
49
34
103
70
42
69
65
129
57
50
110
67
54
96
44
59
136
58
40
14
48
51
42
53
45
47
25
73
53
71
34
44
67
129
74
55
72
69
65
96
42
70
34
34
40
67
69
65
129
78
131
69
65
129
67
69
65
141
34
97
69
65
67
129
34
128
30
72
34
71
30
128
69
65
67
129
141
34
79
97
98
75
69
65
122
77
72
131
83
71
93
83
98
76
83
86
85
90
77
83
83
90-1
139
89
81
82
90-2
84
83
118
119
140
80
89
84
81
WARRANTY
LIMITED RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
BH North America will repair or replace, free of charge, at its option, parts that are
defective as a result of material or workmanship. Lifetime replacement warranty coverage
on frame and five (5) years on other parts. Labor warranty coverage is one (1) year.
Warranty covers the original consumer purchaser only.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER
• Pre-delivery set-up.
• Components that require replacement due to dirt or lack of regular maintenance.
• Expendable items which become worn during normal use.
• Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence or the failure to operate
and maintain the equipment according to the instructions contained in the Owner’s
Manual.
For more detailed warranty information or to register your product warranty easily
online, visit our website at: www.BHFitnessUSA.com
FOR WARRANTY REPAIRS, PLEASE DO NOT TAKE YOUR MACHINE
BACK TO THE RETAIL STORE. CONTACT BH FITNESS FIRST.
BH North America Corporation
20155 Ellipse
Foothill Ranch, CA 92610
Phone: 949.206.0330; Toll Free: 866.325.2339; Fax: 949.206.0013
Web: www.BHFitnessUSA.com
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