Schwinn Windrigger Installation manual

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Preventative
Maintenance
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Nautilus T9 Series Treadmills
Daily
• Inspect the power cord and wal[king belt for wear,
, Check the position of the walking belt. Verify it does not rub against the frame, Evenly space the be,It on the deck
within 0.25 inches of each side rail. Adiust the bek if necessary.
• Check the optional side hand rails. Fasten them securely.
, Remove potential hazards from the treadmill area.
Cleaning
Clean the treadmill on a regular basis he_ps to improve operation and increase component _ifespan.
Da i ly
• Keep the treadmi_ arid controller free of du_ and debris. Use a damp sponge to wipe the exteriors and walking bek.
Do not soak sudaces. DW all surfaces thoroughly.
Dry mop the deck under the belt onl[y. Do not add any lubricants--adding
lubricants can ruin the proprietary frictioncontrol sudace. Do not use detergents or cleaning agents on any par of the deck. Do not let liquid enter the treadmill
or controller, if it does, have a NautiBs ÷ approved technician inspect and test the equipment for safety by a before
using it again.
WeeMy
• Elevate the treadmill to maximom incline and vacuum the floor under it. This prevents excess dust and di_ from
interfering with operation.
If using the magnetic key, check it for rust: If you see rust, replace the magneL Rust en the magnetic key causes
power-up problems.
Treadmill
_
Integer
angerous voltages are present under the treadmill hood:. Use caution when performing service to the e]ectrica_
components under the hood.
Depending upon the treadmill environment, dust and or lint can a ccumu_ate under the hood. Clean the interior of the
treadmill by doing:
1. Turn the treadmill circuit breaker off. Unplug the treadmill power cord.
2. Remove the two screws on the treadmill hood.
S. Lift off the hood,
4. Cban inside the unit.
5, Reinstal_the hood and the _o screws,
6. Plug in the trea@nill power cord end switch on the trea@ni_[ circuit breaker.
Do not ove_ighten the walking heft. Be not torque adj_stment screws beyond _ in@s {9 N-M}.
reduces the beff life and may damage the rolbr bearings.
Adjusting
0ve_ightening
Belt Tension
Adiust the heft tension whenever the heft s_ips or moves
unsteadily during operatiom
1. Loosen the _o adiustment bolts (See Rgore 1}.
2. With the w'a[k#_g bek loose, place two marks 35 inches
(89 cm} apa_ on each side of the heft near the edge,
The belt must be loose enough for you to move it from
side-to-side on the front or rear ro_ler (See Figure 2}.
3. Turn the adiusting bolts cbckwise in equa_ amounts
until the marks are be_een S5o_q6 inches and 35°d16
Figere 1
inches a£art, Proper tension for the walking heft is
between .5%-.6%. This equaB six fu]_ turns of each
adiustment heft from the point where the belt begins to
stretch.
NOTICE: #o not exceed 35o5/16 inches,
4. Test the belt by running on the belt at about 4 mph.
Hold the handrail lightly arid resist the belt movement
with your feel
Bo not ose a_lyour weight to resist the beff movement.
Too much resistance applied too bng (more than two
seconds) may shut down the system. {Various error
messages show on the display if this occurs, Cycle
power to resume normal operation.)
5. ff you feel the bout slip on the, front rotle_, increase
the tension of each adjo£ment bolt by 1/2 turn.
Then rete£. If you fee_the holt sli_ agai_s, check the
tensioner adiustmenL
Figure 2
Oonotcutthebe_t.Doingso can cause
Adjusting
the rear rol_er to fall and snap the alignment pins on the end c:ap.
Belt Tracking
Adiust the be_t tracking whenever the belt moves to one side
or the other. Stay off the bek when adiu_ments.
1. Sta_ the treadmill at minimum speed and grade.
2, Increase speed to 6 m#h. Make the following
2=1 If the belt moves to the right: turn the right
adia_ment bok 1/4-tam c_ockwise.
2=2 If the belt moves to the left: turn the _efl
adiu_ment bok 1/4°turn clockwise.
3. Run the treadmill for 5 mim_tes after making the initia_
adiustmenL Observe how the belt tracks. # the belt
continues to move away from the cente5 adiust the
apprepriat_ side untN propedy centered.
Nautilus
U916/R916
Ro ati n ÷ M a i nt ÷ na n c ÷
Upon receiving your machine, use a soft, clean towel to wipe off the dust, which may have accumulated during shipping.
Your new machine will require minor assembly, Refer to the "lnsta]lation
Instructions"
section for details.
Cleaniag
1.
DO NOT USE G_SS CL_NERS
with a water-dampened
2.
OR ANY OTHERHOUSEHOLD CLEANERS ON THE CONSOLE. C_eanthe console daily
cloth and wipe dry after cleaning.
Clean the exterior of the machine daily using soap and water or a diluted, non-mineral 5ased househoN cleaner such
as Fanta_ic®,.
[n:spection
,
Frame: Inq_ect the frame for any rust, bubN[ng, or paint chi#s during the weekIy cbaning.
can damage the unpainted surfaces.
The, salt in perspiration
Repair the damaged area with a touch-up paint kit purchased from Nautilus (call
Cu_omer Se_ice for order information).
Chat:king the Battery Charge
Using your multimeter, touch the red lead to the positive termina_ of the battew and the black lead to the negative
terminal.
2.
If the voltage level is less than 6.1 VDC, charge the battery.
Rechargi N
the Batt÷W Back-Up
The CommerciaF Series U916 and R916 bikes are both self-powered
(cordless)with
Typically, the bike can be operated without Nugging in the battery charger.
a rechargeable
batteW back-up.
If, however,, the console flickers during
o#eration or the console disNay does not _igN u# while using the machine, then use the battew charger to recharge the
batteW back-up.
The bakery charger is suf_Nied with the unit and plugs into a standard 115 volt, 15 amp outlet, or a 220 volt, 15 amp outlet.
{A[[ maior voltage Nugs are available.}
The Nug-in for the battery charger is located
in the front of the machine at the base.
NOTE: If in.ailing
the optiona_ LCD Monito5 refer to the NV915 installation
manual at
this time.
Plug the wail pack battew charger into the connector
approximatNy
and charge the bakery for
24 hours and then recheck it. it is okay to use the machine while the
battery charger is connected.
When the bike is net connected
to an external power source, the console will power
Bakery
charger plug-in
on as the user starts to pedal machine, and wil_ stay lit for up to 60 seconds in pause
mode. The consNe wil_ power off a_er 60 seconds of stopping exercise.
If the bike is connected to an externa_ power source, the console will power on automatically
disconnected.
and stay on until power is
Nautilus E916 Elliptical
Upon receiving your machine, use a soft, clean towel to wipe off the dust, which
may have accumulated during shippingo Your new machine will require, minor
assembly. Refer te theqnstaLlation
Instructions" section for details.
Cleaning
=
DO NOT USE GLASS CLEANERS ORANY OTHER HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS
ON THE CONSOLE. Clean the console daily with a water-dampened
c_oth and
wipe dry after cbaning.
2. Clean the exterior of the machine daity using soap and water or a diluted,
nonomineral based househokt c_eaner such as Fantastic@.
inspection
Frame: Inspect the frame for any rust, bubNing, or paint chips during the
weekly cleaning. The salt in perspiration can damage the unpainted surfaces.
Repair the damaged area with a touch-up paint kit purchased from NautiNs
{call Customer Service for order information).
C ecki g the B
:cry CBa ge
1. Using your multimeter,
touch the red _ead to the positive terminal
battery
and the black lead to the negative terminal
2. If the voltage [eve_ is [ess than &1 VDC, charge the battery.
of the
th® Bal:1e y Backo J l}
The Cemmercia_ Series EV918 arid E916 e4@tica_ are both self=powered
(cordless) with a rechargeable battery back=up. Typica!ly, the elliptical can
be operated without #lugging in the battery charger. If, however, the console
flickers during operation or the console dis#lay does not _ight up whi_e using the
machine, then use the battery charger to recharge the battery back-up.
The battery charger is supplied with the unit and plugs into a standard 115volt,
15 amp outlet. (all maiorvo]tage
p_ugsare available} The plug-in for the battery
charger is located in the rear of the machine atthe base.
EV9.16/ E9.16battery charger plug
Hug the wall pack battery charger into the co_nector at_d charge the battery for
approximately 24 hours and then recheck it. It is okay to use the machine whi4e
the battery charger is connected.
The consote wilt power on as user starts to pedal machine, and wi41stay _itfor
up to 60 seconds in pa_se mode. The console will powe[ off after 60 seconds of
stop#ing exercise.
Nautilus Strength
1. UPHOLSTERV CLERI',IINGRHD PROTE_iOH
A. Keep
pads
B. Clean
and
free of perspiration
disinfect
da)_ especially
C. Clean
areas
all outside
chlorinated
Dish-ffectant
at all times.
upholstery
where
at the
end
[. e_oplrat_on
surfaces
with
of each
and
scalp
non-abrasive,
household
cleaners..
Cleaner
is an effective
non-
Nautilus
upholstery
care
2. CLENNiNG NND CRREOF PRINTED
$UflFNCES
A. Wipe
painted
surfaces
with
a
clotl_ and car wax.
damp
B. Let dry
cloth.
and
buff
with
a dry
3. CLENHING RND CRF_EOF fiBS PLNSTIC
SHIELDING
A_ Clean
with
chlorinated
B. Vacuum
recessed
non-abrasive,
household
noncleaners.
or wipe dust from
areas and surfaces
QUIK FILL A-3 3
Detergen_Dis[n[ectant
Odor Counteractant
MOVING PRRTS
A. To clean
Wet
and
Lubricant
lubricate
to a clean
guide
cloth
rods,
then
apply
use
TFL#50
to wipe
*TFL 50
Wet:
Lubricant
Recommended
for Nautilus
Machines_
Stairmaster
£outine
ClubTrack
Maintenance
2100 Series Treadmills
Schedules
Performing reutine maintenance will help prevent unnecessaw wear to the treadmill and!or injuw to the user. The
maintenance schedules are meant only to seP_eas a guide_Depending on where and how the treadmill is being
used, more frequent routine maintenance may be required
Daily
•
Inspect the powe_cord and walking belt for wear.
•
Checkthe position of the walking be_t Verify it is not rubbing against the ffame_ The belt shoul{dbe evenly
spaced on the deck within 0,25 inches Adjsst the belt if necessary_
,_ Checkthe optional side handrails to ensure they ala fastened securely,.
Remove potential hazards flora the treadmill area_
Keepingthe StairMasteP'2100LC/LEtreadmill clean on a regularbasis will help to improveoperationand increase
the lifespanof the components
BBYMoPTHE BECK
UNBEB THE BELT
ONLY.
BONOTADD
ANY LUBBICANTS_ABDING
LUBRICANTS CAN RUIN THE
PROPRIETARY FR[CTION-CONTROL SUBFACE,
BO NOT USE BETEBGENT$ 0B CLEANING AGENTS ON ANY PART
OF THE BECK.
DO NOT LET IUOUIB Et'JTERTHE TREADMILL OB CONTROLLEB. IF
iT DOES, THE EQUIPMENT MUST BE INSPECTED AND TESTED
FORSAFETY BY A STAIRMASTEB%APPROVED TECHNICIAN
BEFORE IT CAN BE USEB AGAIN,
Daily
•
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Keep the treadmill and controller fi_e d dust and debris. Use a damp sponge to wipe the exteriors and walking
belt: do not soak sue'faces DW all surfaces thoroughly
Weekly
,,
Elevatethe t_eadrnitlto maximumincline andvacuumthe floor under it to preventexcessdust and di_ from
intedering with operation,
•
If the magnetic key is being used,checkit for rust, If you detect rust, replace the magnet Ruston the magnetic
key will causepower-up problems
Treadmill Interior
DANGEROUS VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT UNDER THE TREADMILL HOOD.
EXERCUSECAUTION WHEN PERFORMING SERVICETO THE ELECTRICAL
COMPONENTS UNDER THE HOOD.
Depending upon the treadmill environment, dust and or lint c:snaccumulate under the hood Cleall the interior of the
treadnlill following the procedure below:
1 Turn the t_eadmill circL_itbreaker off, and unplug the treadmill power cord,.
Remove tile six (6) screws on the treadmill hoed.
3
Lifteffthe hood.
4
Clean i_/sidethe unit.
5
Reinstall the hood and the six(G} screws
6
Plug in the treadmill power cord, and switch on the treadmill circuit breaker.
A_ustiH%
I÷It
T÷nsion
SECIIE LONG HAIRAND LOOSE CLOTHINGIEIFOIE WOIRING HEAl THE
TIEAI MILLWALKING S!tFACE 01 Pl LLEYS.
DO NOT USE ALLYOUI WEIGHTTU IESIST THE BELT MOVEMEIT.
TII llIl
IE$1STAICE APPIIEI TOI LllI
(MIIE TIAN IJl
SEIOIIS)
MAY SlUT IIWN TIE SYSTEM. (VAIIIUI Ellll
MISSILES Will APPEAl iF TtLS U¢CUIS. CYCLEPOWEt TO
RESUME NOtMAL OPERATION.)
DO NOT UVEITIIHTEI TIE WALKING IELT. DO IUT TOIIUE
AIJUSTMENT $CIEWS BEYIII I II-LIS 11 I-M)IA×IMUM.
UVEITIGITEIIIG
TIIE IELT WILL 111U11 IEl LIFEAll
DAMAGETIE IOLLEI BEAlINIS.
Adiust the belt tension whenever the bett slips or moves unsteadily during operation by following the step,s below:
1 Start by loosening the two (2} adjustment bolts,
Adjustment
Bolts
With the walking belt loose, place two marks 35 inches (:889ram) apaR on each side d the belt near the edge,
The belt must be loose enough for you to move it from side to side on the front ,orrear roller.
3
Turnthe adiusting bolts clockwise by equal amountsuntil the marksare between 35-3Y16in@es and35-5/16
inchesapart Prope_tension for the walking belt is between 5%-6%_ This should be about six fult turns of
each adjustment bolt from the point where the belt beginsto stretch Important Donot exceed35-5,/16inches
4
Testthe belt by running on the belt at about four mph Hold the handrail lightly and resist the belt movement
with yew feet
5
If you feel the belt slip on the front rolbr, increasethe tension of each adjustment bolt by 1/2 turn and re4est If
yo_ feel the belt stip again, checkthe tensioner adiustment
A usting
Be t
Trackin@
Performthis:procedurewhenever the belt movesto one side or the other. Stay off the belt when adjusting tile
tracking_
I :Sta_the treadmill at minimum speedand grade_
increasespeedto six mph, and make the following adiustment:
2t
If the belt moves to the right, turn the right a@Jstmellt bolt 1i4-tum clockwise
If the belt moves to,the left, turn the left adjustment bolt li4-tum clockwise
3
After making an initial :adiustme_t,run the treadmill fer five minutes and observehow the belt tracks, If the belt
continues to move away from the center, adjust the appropriafe side ttntil properly centered
Stairmaster 7000PT Stepmill
HELPFUL HINTS
Readall maintenan£e[nstructbnstholo%hl_ybeforebeginningwork. [nsome
case< an assistant is requiredW performthe necessau tasks,The safety level
given by the designd this equipmentcan only be maintainedwhen ttle equipment is regularlyexaminedfor damageandwear. InoperabLecomponen£sshall
be replacer]immediatelyor the equipmentshall be put out d useuntil it is
repaired, All referencesto the right or leRside andto the front or backare made
as if you were on the machinereadyto exercise.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Theproceduresfor performingthe recommen@dpreventivemaintenance
are summarizedin Table3, Thescheduleis basedon normal usage ina commercial heaRhclub environment;adjustthe scheduleto meet actual machineusage.
Referto the "PaRsRemovaland Replacement"_ction of this Manual for all
disassemblyandassemblyinstructions,
TOAVOIDINJURYDUETO SLIPPERY
PEDALSURFACES_
DONOTUSE
PETROLEUM-BASED
CLEANERS
ORARMOR_LL-TYPE
PRCtTECTANTS
ANYWHEREON THISMA£HINEORTHEFLOORMATS,
Cleaning and Inspecting
1,
DO NOTUSE GLASS CLEANERSORANY OTHERHOUSEHOLDCLEANER
ON THECONSOLE,Clean the console daily with a water-dampened cloth
and wipe dry after cIeanirlg,
Cleanthe exteriorof your StepmilP 7000 PTexercisesystemdaily with
soapand water,
Thoroughlyclean the entire machineat least oncea week.
,
Inspect:the painted surfacesofthe exposedflame for any rest,
bubblingor
,chipsduring the weekly cleaning.The salt in perspirationcandamagethe
unpaintedsudaces.Repairttle damagedarea with a rust-inhibitor paint.
Contactour CustomerServiceDepaRmentat 800-331-3578to ordera
touch-uppaint kit,
Clean tile stq) hinges carefully. Perspiration tends to accumulate in the
hinges and this can I@d to eventual corrosion,
6. Inspectthe Poly-Vbelt for excessivewearduring the weekly cleaning,
Adju£ the belt tension if necessary,
TheStairMaster_ StepmiIP 7000PTexerciseSYstemhas six componentsthat
requireperiodiclubrication:
the drive chain°the two step chains°the b_',/o
bearing
platesandthe step hinges.Thes4e
parts are shown in the figure bebw. Youwill
needto removethe side coversto lubricatethe chainsand the bearingplates,
Dr_ve
1.
Placea protectivemat on the floor wt]i]e you are lubricatingyour
'
c
machine.A rubberfloor mat k'_; availableflom
StairMaster
Health & Fitness
Products_lnc,
Lubricatethe chainsmonthlywith 30W motor oil. Dripthe oil onto tile
chain platesand roIlets. Letthe oi I soak in for a few minutes andthen
removeanyexcessoil wittl a dry rag.
.
Removethe chainseverythree monthsto thoroughlydean and lubricate
them.Usea mild @greaseranda stiff brushto removedirt andcorrosion
fromthe chain,Readthe instructbns on the degreasercontainerbefore
using.
.
Cleaneachbearingplate and lubricate it with multipurposegreaseevery
three months.Theplate is lubricatedto reducefriction when the ot4
stlaRbearingsroll over the plate,
Onceper mo,_lth,use 3G _/motoroil or brushlight bear nggrease into the
step hJnge:to lubricatethe hingesandto preventcorrosion.Wipe off alI
excesslubricant,
TOREDUCE
THEPOSSIBILITY
OF:SLIPPING,
BESURE
THESTEPAREAiS FREEOFGREASEOROIL,WIPEANY
EXCESSOILOFFTHEMACHINESURFAC:ES,
Table 3. Recomme_ed
E_erior
Poly-V Belt
Clean
Preventive Maintenance Schedule
D,aiil!y
Wipe Clean
Daily
Inspectand
adjust:if
Weekly or
after 70 hours
Soap&
NiA
NiA
N/A
N/A
N/A
30W motor
oil
of use
Lubricate
Monthly or
after 300
hours of use
Step Chain
Clean and
lubricate
Lubricate
Quarterly or
after 9%
hours of use
Weekly or
after 70 hours
Mild
N/A
30W motor
oil
30W motor
oil
Of u:se
DriveChain
Clean and
lubricate
StepHinges
Lubricate
Bearing
Plate
Clean and
lubricate
QuaRerly or
after 9%
Mild
hoursof use
Monthly or
after 300
hours of use
QuaR:erlyor
after 900
hoursof use
N/A
Clean_dry
rag
30W motor
oil
30W' motor
oil
Multipurpose
c'
'_Note: Use of lubricants other than tho_,eso
specified will result in diminished
performance and a shoRer life span for that part.
Stairmaster
4600CL / 4600PT / 4200PT
PREVENTIVEMAINTENANCE
Most of these preventive maintenance procedure:scan be performed after
removing the mid-cover:The preventive maintenance schedule is summarized
in Table 3. The schedule is based on normal u_ge in a commercial health club
environment; adjust the schedule to meet actual machine usage. Refer to the
"Pa_s Removaland Replacement" section for all disassembly and assembly
Cleaning
DO NOT USEGLASSCLEANERSORANY OTHERHOUSEHOLD
CLEANERsON THECONSOLE,Clean the console daily with a waterdampned cloth and wipe dry after cleaning.
Clean the exterior of the machine daily using soap and water or a
diluted household cleaner such as Fantastic_s_,
Thoroughly clean the entire machine, including the interior, at least
once a week (s_ Table 3).
Inspecting
Inspect the flame for any rust, bubbling, or paint chips during the
weekly cleaning. The salt in prspiration can damage the unpainted
Inspct the Poly-V belt and HTD belts for excessive wear during the
quarterly lubrication, Adjust the belt tension if necessary:
Lubrication
There are nine componentsthat need periodic lubrication: the drive chain, the
step chains, the pedal arm return springs, the step chain connection points,
the pedal arm bushings,the leveling arm bushings,the spring pulley shafts,
the pedal shafts and the leveling arm pins. These pars are shown in Figure 11,
page 74. Removethe bottom cover to get to the components. If you have a
4600 PT/CLyou will also need to removethe upper covers,
Placea protective mat on the floor whiUeyou lubricate your machine.
A rubber floor mat is available from StairMaster÷ Health & Fitness
IRe,
Lubricate the drive chain and tile step chains weekly. Try to penetrate
the entire length of the chains with 30W motor oil,
3_
4w
Removethe drive chain and step chains every three months to
thoroughly clean and lubricate them. Use a mild degreaser and a
stiff brush to removedin and corrosion from the chains.
Unhookthe pedal arm return springs from the spring hanger every
week, To protest them from corrosion, wip the entire length of each
pedal arm return spring with a cloth dampenedwith 30W motor oil
before reconnecting it. Replacethe spring if it is rusty or otherwise
Removethe double pitch master link from the step chain connection
points every three months_Clean the master link and the bushing in
the pedal arm. Lubricate the master link and bushing with a thin coat
of: multi-purpose grease before reassembling_
Removethe pedal arms and leveling arms ever},three months, Clean
the pedal arm and leveling arm shafts and bushings with a clean
cloth, Protect the shafts from corrosion by wiping them with a cloth
dampenedwith 30W motor oil,
TO REDUCE THE POSSIBILITY OF SLIPPING, BE SURE THE PEDAL
AREA IS FREEOF GREASE OR OIL, WIPE ANY EXCESS OIL OFF
THE MACHINE SURFACES.
Remove the spring pulleys every three months, Clean the spring
pulley shafts with a dry cloth, Protect the shafts from corrosion with a
thin coat of: multi-purpose
8_
grease before reassembling.
Removethe tmdals every three months. Clean the pedal shaft and
leveling arm pin with a dry cloth, Protect the pedal shaft and leveling
arm pin from corrosion with a Uightcoat of muki-purpose grease
before reassembling.
Battery Charge
If you have a 4_/0/4400 CL, remove the bottom cover and check the battery
voltage level every three months.
Using your mukimeter, touch the red lead to the positive
terminal of the battery and the black lead to the negative terminal
If:the voltage le,/el is less than 6.1 VDC,charge the battery. Plug
the wall pack battery charger into file connector located near the
bottom d the leR bottom cover:Chargethe battery for approximately
24 to 48 hours and then recheck it. It is okay to use the machine
while the battery charger is connected,
Table 3: Recommended Preventive Maintenance Schedule
FRE@JEN_
W_:_
Daily
CO|!sol÷
Dai!_y
Lubrimte
;_i_ and
d-_ms
StepC
' o
Cleanar_
lubricate
St@ Cllain
Connection
PoiIT_
Spring
Pulley
Shafts
Pe@l
Shafts and
Le,_qing
_m Pins
C_ANER
MOlltJ]ly or
aR_ 30)
Iqo|Jrsof use
QJa_e:lyor
Dilu't_
b3usa_old
clearer
_A
_%Wmotor
oil
Mild
h_urs
E_p/3
Cleanand
lubricate
_A
malths
Mu:lti.
or
after 9E_
B_rp_e
houP5
grease
Cleanar_
lubli_te
malths
Cleana[_
lubdca[e
mcJlths or
Mu:_b
or
pJrpr_e
gr ,.a_e
after 9['#
B_p! 3
_er 9i_j3
Cl_n_dry
rag
hOUB
Mu_iFtlrpc_e
grease
Clean, oil-
P_]al Am/
N/A
Springs
dampen_
rag
E'_£rf3
Cleanal_
lubdo3te
m_'ltjls or
after 9CO
houB
Derj 3
mOrl_lS or
B_teu
Che_±VOltage
NiA
after %0
hours
E'_ry 3
l:nsp_::t
&
Adjust Tension
mal_IS or
after 9_3
N_
NiA
houB
*Note: Use of lubricants other than those spec
dimini
pe
rice and a shorter life
will result
in
for that paN.
Figure 11: Pa_s Needing Periodic Maintenance
DriveC_in
S_p C_in
Leveli_ ArmPin
PedalS_
I_veling Arm Shaft
Ped=lArm
_elj_
Fed_lArmS_
Arm B_hi_
Stairmaster
3800 Bike
PREVENTIVEMAINTENANCE
The procedures for performing recommended preventive maintenance on the
Momentum systems r_/cle ergometer are summarized in Table 5,
DO NOT USEG_SS CLEANEROR ANY OTHERHOUSEHOLD
CLEANERSON THECONSOLE.Clean the console daily with a waterdampened cloth and wipe dry a_er cleaning,
Clean the exterior covers, the pedals, and the seat on a weekly
basis using either soap and water or a diluted, non-mineral based
househoH cleaner such as Fantastic®.
Weekly Inspection
Frame: Inspect:the painted surfacesof the exposedframe for any rust,
bubbling, or chips during the weekly cleaning, The salt in perspiration
will damageunpainted surfaces.Repairthe damagedarea with a
touch-up paint kit:provid_ by StairMaster ÷ Health & FitnessProducts,
Inc. (part number 22181).
Pedals:: Insf_ct the pedal foot straps at both the inside and outside
attachment sites, Replacethe foot straps if they are torn or ripped,
3_
3:800RC:Inspect:
the seat assemblymovementto ensurethat the seat
movesfreely on the seat track, Note that the center wheel on each side
of the seat assembly is _centdc, Thesewheels are adjustable by
looseningthe nut turning the wheel to adjust the height, and then
tightnening the nut. if necessary,adjust these two wheels to alJowthe
seat assembJyto move freely on the seat track.
Monthly Inspection
Pedal crank: Inspectthe crank bearingsfor either excessiveplay or
tightness, Either condition will reducethe Fifeof the bearings. Ensure
the bearing damps are tighL Referto the "Part Removaland
RepLacement"section of this manual for the proper adjustment
Belts: inspect the HTDand PoJy-Vbelt for excessivewear, Adjust the
belt tension if necessary.
HTDBelt: Adjust the HTDbelt tension to allow 1/2" of belt deflection
with fingertip pressure betw_n tile idler pulley and the HTDsprocket.
THEBELTSMUSTBEPROPERLY
TENSIONED,A BELTTHATIS TOOTIGHTWiLL
CAUSESLOWAND SLUGGISHOPEBATION,
A BElTTHATIS TOOLOOSEWILL
CAUSEEXCESSIVE
NOISEAND BELTWEAR,
To adjust the tension:
•
bosen the idler
•
o
o
assemblyscrew sothat
the idler pulley can slide
up and down,
Slidethe idler pulley up
or down to tighten or
loosenthe belt,
Main flame
Idlerassy
Oncein position, tighten the idler assemblyscrew.
Verifythe HTDlmlt tension.
Poly-V belt: Make sum the belt is centered on the pulleys, To adjust the
tension:
•
Loosen the top alternator attachment screw and the alternator
adjustment nut. Pivot the alternator up or down as necessary to
allow .25" (0.6 cm) of belt deflection with fingeRip pressure at the
•
center of the 'vertical portion d either side d the belt:,
Tighten the top alternator attachment screw and the alternator
adjustment nut, Verify .25" (0,6 cm) of play in the belt and ,10" gap
between speed sensor and the speed sensor disk.
Alternatorbelt adjustmentnut
Speedsensor
_10Max
Speedsensordisk
22517
Topalternator
attachmentscrew
Mainflame
Maintenance
Table 5. Preventive Maintenance Schedule
Console
Wipe clean
Daily
Soap &
Wipe clean
Daily
Eachweek,
or after
Seat
diluted
household
cleaner
Soap &
diluted
e/ery 70
household
hoursofuse
cleaner
Pedals &
footstraps
Seat post
3400 CE
Seattrack
3800RC
Clean & inspect
Clean & inspect
Clean & inspect
Belts
Soap &
diluted
e/cry 70
household
hours of use
cleaner
Eachweek,
or after
every 70
hours of use
Eachweek,
or after
e/ery 70
hours of use
Clean,dry
rag
Clean,dry
rag
Each montih,
Crank
bearings
Eachweek,
or after
Inspect
or 3%
N/A
hours
Inspect
Each month
or 300
hours
N/A
Stairmaster
ClubStride
5100NSL
Elliptical
....
Upon receivin_ your machine, use a soft, clean towel to wipe off the dust, which
may have accumulated during shipping. Your new machir_e will require minor
assembly. Refer te the"lnstallation
[nstructions" section for details.
Cleaning
=
DO NOT USE GLASS CLEANERS ORANY OTHER HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS
ON THE CONSOLE. Clean the conso4e daily with a water-dampened
c_oth and
wipe dry after cleaning.
2. Clean the exterior of the machine daity using soap and water or a diluted,
nonomineral based househokt c_eaaer such as Fantastic@.
laspectien
Frame: Inspect the frame for any rust, bubbling, or paint chips during the
weekly cleaning. The salt in perspiration can dama#e the unpainted surfaces.
Repair the damaged area with a touch-up paint kit purchased from Nautilus
(call Customer Service for order information).
Schwinn Windrigger
Use a damp
of sweat,
cloth
Windrigger
IMPORTANT: To avoid damaging
Windrigger
solvent
to wipe your
rower
when
the computer.
and computer,
cleaning,
never
Avoid getting
rower
and computer
the finish
on your
use a petroleum-based
excessive
moisture
on
free
Schwinn IC Spinning
Bikes
II Dai|y
maintenance
Dry the Schwtnn Evolution
remove
Bike a_er each use to
sweat and molsSure_ Wlpe your SchwJnn
Evolution
Bike regularly
with a mlld_ non°abrasive
cWeaner and water so[u_on_ Rinse to remove
detergent
residue and then dry
[MPOEANT! To avoid damaging
Schwlnn
ba_d
|
Evolution
the finish on your
Bike, never use a _troleum
o
solvent when cleaning,
Chain adjustme_
The chain on your _hwlnn
fa_or¥
Evo[udon
set and lubrlcatedo It should
Immediate
a_entUon.
Bike has been
not require
Over time however
need to make minor
tension adjustmen_
1oWith an adjus_bIe
wrench,
on either
2_ _ghten
side of the flywheel
the _o
an_
you m_
loosen the two _l_
(Fig, 11}
smaller nuts which go through
the frame tube evenly by turning
there is approximately
clockwise
until
3/16" of slack [n the chain
(Fig. 12L
3, Tighten
fl_hee[
the _o
(FIgo 11L
larger nuts on the sides _ the
Nautilus
Stairmaster
SM916 Stepmill
Maintenance
Maintenance
Records
For ease of maintenance
the StepMill ':_SM916 console
w[[[ keep track of hours,
number of workouts,
5me between
_ast servicing,
etc, You can access any of the
custom menus Iby pressing
[LEVEE UP], [4], [ENTER].
The censure wi[[ men display
MACH[NE
STATUS,
the opt:ions.
Use the [Level:
For details,
refer
UP] and [Level:
to me Machine
Resetting
the Maintenance
Hour Timer
After each maintenance
period reset the
Then use the Level keys to scroll
displayed,
press [ENTER].
Press
return
to the opening
Moving
DOWN]
Status
counter.
keys to scroll
Console
Press
Codes
[LEVEL:
through
in the previous
UP], [7], [ENTER].
through
the options.
When MAINT HOURS is
the [0] key;, then press [ENTER]. Press [CLEAR] to
screen.
your StepM[[[
¢ SM916
The StepMil[ ¢ SM916 is deffvered
with a_ached
transport
wheells.
These same
transport
whee_s will be used whenever
the machine
needs to be relocated.
Note:
2 people
relocate
are requ#ed
the machine.
only and should
initial
Se_ice
Upon
receiving
your
never
machine,
to attach/remove
the transpo_
wheels and move or
The transport
wheels are intended
for indoor use
be relied
on concrete
use a so_,
may have accumulated
during shipping.
Refer to the Assembly
Manual
clean
or asphalt
towe_ to wipe
Your new machine
for details.
su#aces.
offthe
will
dust, which
require
minor
Cleaning
Do not use glass cleaners
or any other househoW
c_eaners on the console.
Clean the console
dai_y with a water°dampened
cloth and "wipe dH a_er
cleaning.
The safeb/and
performance
of:this product:
inspected
regularly
for damage and wear:
Pay pa_icular
a_ention
and lower side covers.
Remove
nents
Direct
Nautilud
Contact
any damaged
any question
to cemponent:a
machine
regarding
from
can be maintained
most susceptible
service
mantenance
and replace
or its function
only if it is
to wear
damaged
such
as steps
compo=
to a qualified
_'Technician.
For contact
information
p_ease see the [tape,ant
Numbers
page atthe back of this manual
Maintenance
Clean the exterior of the machine daily using soap and water or a diluted, non =
mineral based householld cleaner such as Fantas5_ _:'.
2_
Maintenance
Sched._e
Oaily
Weekly
Monthly
Co|_m ellis
Ge.eraJ Maintenance
Check Safety & Warnir_g
Labels
X
Spot Check Step Chains
X
AlternatorBelt:Tension
X
Tension to 40-54 i:nlbs
Lubric_ien
Drive Chains
300 hrs.
Step Hinges
X
Bearing Plate
X
Mu I;ti*Purpose gre ase
Cleaning
Clean Console
X
Clean with a water dampened cloth
and wipe dr,/after cleaning.
Clean Side Cove_
X
Clean exterior with soap and water or
a diluted household cleaner_
Inspection
1.
Inspect the frame for any rust, bubblling, or paint chips during the da[_y cleaning.
The salt in perspiration can damage the unpainted sudaces. Repair the
daraaged area ,Mth a touclh-up paint kit purchased from Nautilus ® {call Customer
Service for order information}.
Parts and Service
Regular and scheduled
mah_tenance vv[l[ prolong the life of your Nautilus _
equipment. Only use genuine Nautilus ® replacement pa_s. The Nautillus ® Customer
Service Team inv[t:esyou to call in :your order for replacement parts.
E×ternal Power SuppJy
The StairMaster '_;'CommerciaE Series StepMiJJ® SM916% external power SUplp[y is
supplied 'with the unit and pk_gs into a standard ! 15 voJt, 15 amp outlet, era 220°240
volt 50 Hz, 10 amp outlet. {A]II major voltage plugs are avaiEaMe.) The pJugoin for the
external power supply is located on the underside of the machine.
iMPORTANT: If installing the optional LCDMonitor; refer to the NV915 installation
manual at this time.
The console will power on and remain powered whenever the external power
supply is connected.
Recycling
Do not dispose of this product as refuse. This product is to be recycled. For
informatio n on the proper method of disposal contact a Nautilus _' Customer
Service Representative.
If you have quesbons, contact the Customer Service Depaltment st 800=NAUT&US
(_0-628-8458), Internationa_ Office (41) (26) 460 77 77 or refer to the mmportant
Contact Numbers section in this manuaJ.
Nautilus
Stairmaster
SC916 Stairclimber
Maintenance
Maintenance
Records
For ease ef maintenance the SC918 Stairg[[mber console w'[H keep track of: hours,
number of workouts, time be_een
rust servicing, etc. You can quickly access any
of the custom menus by pressing ]LEVEE UP], [4], [ENTER]. The console wi[_ then
display "MACHINE STATUS." Use the [Level: UP] and [Leve_: DOWN] keys to scroll
through the options° For detaills, refer to the Machine Status Console Codes [n the
previous sec_on.
Resetting the Maintenance
Hour _mer
A_er each maintenance period reset, the counter. Press [LEVEL: UP1, ]7], [ENTER].
Then use the Lever keys to scroll through the options. When "MAINT HOURS" is
displayed, press [ENTER]. Press the ]0] key, then press [ENTERIo Press ]CLEAR] to
return to the opening screen.
Moving your SC:916 Sta[rC[[mber
Stand in front of the machine and grasp the handmebars. Pull down unSI the
transport wheels are [n contact with the ground.
Note:
Do not push down on the plas_c shroud with your feet when tilting the
machine up to contact the transport wheels with the ground. Use the
stabilizer bars instead, to avoid any damage to the plastic covers.
The machine
Note:
can now be rolled on the transport
wheels°
The transpo_ wheels are intended for indoor use only and should never be
rallied on concrete or asphalt surfaces.
[nit[a_ Service
Upon receiving
your machine,
use a so% clean towel to wipe offthe
may have accumulated during shipping. Your new machine
assemNy. Refer to the Assembly Manual for details.
dust, which
w[_[ require minor
The safe_ and performance of this product can be maintained
inspected regularly for damage and wear.
only [f [t is
Pay iparticu_ar a_ention to components most sasceptiNe to wear such as
Contact Heart Rate housing, Foot peda_ pads and Lower side covers.
Remove any damaged
nents
machine from service
and repllace damaged
compo-
Direct any question regarding mantenance or its function to a qua_[f[ed
Nautilus Teclhn[cian. For contact information p_ease see the Important Contact
Numbers page atthe back of this manual.
Maintenance
Schedule
General Maintenance
X
X
X
Tension to 3045 inlbs
30W OiI
300 hi's,
Multi-Purpose glgase
Or e_®p/
900 his
CleanLo,_r SideCovers
X
Clean with a water dampened cloth
and wipe dry after cleaning,
x
soap
a diluted household cleaner,
X
Sp,fiags .............
M Iti-Purpo se g_ ase
or
Clean, then wipe with lightly oil;
soaked rag,
C|eaning
11. Do not use glass cleaners or any other househoW cleaners on the consoJe.
Clean the console daily with a water°dampened
c_oth and wipe dry a_er
=
i
1.
Clean the exterior of the machine daffy using soap and water
mine_al based househoW c_eaner such as Fantastic ®.
or a diluted,
non °
pect[on
lnspectthe
fl"ame for any rust, bubbling, or paint chips during the daily cleaning.
The salt in perspiration
can damage the unpainted surfaces.
Repair the
damaged area with a touch-up paint kit purchased from Nautilus ® (ca[[ Customer
Service for order information).
Parts and Service
Regular and scheduled maintenance
will prolong the fife of your Nautilus ®
equipment. Only use genuine Nautilud _ replacement
parts. The Nautilus ® Customer
Service
Team invites you to ca[[ in youm"order for replacement
pa_s.
Maintenance
Checking
the Baffery
Charge
1.
Using your mu_timeter, touch the red lead to the positive terminaJ
a diluted, non°rain of the battew and the black lead to the negaUve terminal
2.
If me vo_tage leve_ is less than 6.1 VDC, charge
the ba_ewo
Charging the Battery Back=Up
The StairMasteP _ Commercial
Series SC916 StairgJimber is selfpowered
(cordless}
with a rechargeaNe
baEew bacbup.
TypicaH% the StairClimber
can be operated
without p_ugging in the externa_ power suppb/, if, however, the console flickers
during operation orthe console display does not light up while using the machine,
then use the externa_ power
The external
power
supply
supply to recharge
the bakery
back-up.
is suppJied with the unit and p_ugs into a standard
115 volt, 15 amp out_et, or a 220 volt, 10 amp oudeL {AH maior voltage plugs are
availlaNe.} The plugoin for the extema_ power supply is _ocated in the front of the
machine atthe base.
IMPORTANT:
If #_staHing the opSonal
manual at this 5me.
LCD Monitor,
refer to the NV915 installation
Plug the wall pack externa_ power supply into the connector
and charge the ba_ew
for approximately
24 hours and then recheck it. it is okay to use the machine whi_e
the external power supply is connected.
The console
will power
on as user starts
to move the pedals
of:the
machine,
and
will stay [it for u p to 60 seconds in pause mode. The console wi[[ power off after
60 seconds of stopping exercise.
The console will power on and remain powered
whenever
the external
power
supply
is connected°
Battery Disposal
When ordering new bakeries, you will need to property dispose of: {recycJe)your
old
Jeadoacid bakeries.
Most federaJ and state regulations
require Jeadoacid bakeries
to be recycJedo Do not throw away aid bakeries.
Lead is a toxic heavy metal,
hazardous to living organisms.