COMMERCIAL SERIES TREADMILL
OWNER’S MANUAL
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 1
7/18/06 4:00:02 PM
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 2
7/18/06 4:00:02 PM
TABLE
OF
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
PAGES
Before Getting Started .................................................................................................... 01
Proper Usage ................................................................................................................. 01
Read and Save These Instructions ................................................................................... 01
Electrical Requirements .................................................................................................. 02
Grounding Instructions ................................................................................................... 02
CHAPTER 2: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
.
Recommended Cleaning Tips .......................................................................................... 02
Deck and Belt Replacement ........................................................................................... 02
Check for Damaged Parts ............................................................................................... 02
Adjusting the Belt .......................................................................................................... 03
Maintenance Lamp (T3x & T3xi only) .............................................................................. 03
CHAPTER 3: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
3.1
3.2
T3x & T3xi Treadmill .............................................................................................................. 03
T5x Treadmill ......................................................................................................................... 03
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
T3x & T3xi Console Description ................................................................................................ 04
Manual Operation .................................................................................................................... 05
Operating Level Based Programs ............................................................................................... 05
Heart Rate Control ................................................................................................................... 05
Fit Test ................................................................................................................................... 06
Engineering Mode .................................................................................................................... 07
MX-T3x Manager Screen Descriptions / Details ............................................................................07
MX-T3xi Manager Screen Descriptions / Details .......................................................................... 08
Using CSAFE ...........................................................................................................................08
CHAPTER 4: MX-T3x / MX-T3xi OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / ENGINEERING MODE
CHAPTER 5: MX-T5x OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / ENGINEERING MODE
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
T5x Console Description ........................................................................................................... 09
Manual Operation .................................................................................................................... 09
Operating Level Based Programs ............................................................................................... 10
Heart Rate Control ................................................................................................................... 10
Fit Test ................................................................................................................................... 11
Engineering Mode .................................................................................................................... 12
Manager Screen Descriptions / Details ....................................................................................... 12
Using CSAFE ...........................................................................................................................13
CHAPTER 6: MX-T3x / MX-T3xi TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS & ASSEMBLY GUIDES
6.1
6.2
6.3
Model Specifications ................................................................................................................ 14
Fasteners and Assembly Tools ................................................................................................... 15
Assembly Steps ..................................................................................................................... 16
CHAPTER 7: MX-T5x TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS & ASSEMBLY GUIDES
7.1
7.2
7.3
Model Specifications ................................................................................................................ 18
Fasteners and Assembly Tools ................................................................................................... 19
Assembly Steps ..................................................................................................................... 20
i
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 3
7/18/06 4:00:02 PM
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 4
7/18/06 4:00:02 PM
CHAPTER 1: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.1 BEFORE GETTING STARTED
1.3 BEFORE GETTING STARTED
It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser of Matrix Fitness Systems products to instruct all individuals, whether they are the end user or supervising
personnel, on proper usage of the equipment.
This Treadmill is intended for commercial use. To ensure your safety and
protect the equipment, read all instructions before operating the MATRIX
treadmill.
It is recommended that all users of Matrix Fitness Systems exercise equipment be informed of the following information prior to its use.
When using an electrical product, basic precautions should always be followed
including the following:
DANGER: To reduce the risk of electric shock: Always unplug this equipment
1.2 PROPER USAGE
from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.
• Do not use the equipment in any way other than designed or intended by
WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electrical shock or injury to persons
that may be associated with using this product.
the manufacturer. It is imperative that all Matrix Fitness Systems equipment is used properly to avoid injury.
• Keep hands and feet clear of moving parts at all times to avoid injury.
• Unsupervised children must be kept away from this equipment.
• Do not wear loose clothing while on equipment.
• An appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in. Unplug from
outlet when not in use and before putting on or taking off parts.
• This product must be used for its intended purpose described in this lower
case owner’s manual. Do not use other attachments that are not recommend by the manufacturer. Attachments may cause injury.
• (T3xi only) When it is necessary to immobilize the treadmill, set the display
to read “CHOOSE PROGRAM USING QUICK KEYS OR SPEED UP OR
DOWN KEYS”, then hold down the RESET & ENTER keys. The treadmill
will now display “IMMOBILIZED.” In this state the treadmill can not be
operated; both the drive motor & elevation motor are disabled. The treadmill will remain in this state across power cycles, resets, etc. To return
to normal operation mode repeat the same key sequence, hold down the
RESET & ENTER keys. The display will now read “CHOOSE PROGRAM
USING QUICK KEYS OR SPEED UP OR DOWN KEYS”
• To prevent electrical shock, never drop or insert any object into any opening
• Do not remove the console covers. Service should only be done by an authorized service technician.
• Never operate the treadmill with the air opening blocked. Keep the air opening clean, free of lint and hair.
• Never operate product if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is working
properly, if it has been damaged, or immersed in water. Return the unit to a
service center for examination and repair.
• Do not carry this unit by it’s supply cord or use the cord as a handle.
• Keep any power cord away from heated surfaces.
• Close supervision is necessary when treadmill is used by or near children or
disable persons.
• Do not use outdoors
• Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or when oxygen
is being administered.
• To disconnect, turn all controls to the off position, then remove plug from
outlet.
• Connect this treadmill to a properly grounded outlet only.
CAUTION: If you experience chest pain, nausea, dizziness or shortness or
breath, STOP exercising immediately and consult a physician before continuing.
1
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 5
7/18/06 4:00:02 PM
CHAPTER 1: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CHAPTER 2: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
1.4 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 RECOMMENDED CLEANING TIPS
For your safety and treadmill performance, the ground on this circuit must be
non-looped. Please refer to NEC article 210-21 and 210-23. Your Treadmill
is provided with a power cord with a plug listed below and requires the listed
outlet. Any alterations of this power cord could void all warranties of this
product.
1. Use a soft, clean cotton cloth. DO NOT use paper towels to clean surfaces
on the treadmill. Paper towels are abrasive and can damage surfaces.
2. Use a mild soap and damp cloth. DO NOT use ammonia based cleaner.
This will cause discoloring of the aluminum and plastics it comes into
contact with.
3. Do not pour water or cleaning solutions on any surface. This could cause
electrocution.
4. Wipe the console and side rails after every use.
5. Brush away any wax deposits from the deck and belt area. This is a common occurrence until the wax is worked into the belt material.
6. Be sure to remove any obstructions from the path of the elevation wheels
including power cords.
7. Monthly, unplug the treadmill and remove the motor cover. Check for
debris and clean with a dry cloth or small vacuum nozzle.
WARNING: Do not plug the treadmill in until the motor cover has been
reinstalled.
120 NEMA 5-20R
120 NEMA 5-20R
CAUTION: The T3x/T3xi weighs 350 pounds, and the T5x Weighs 450
pounds. Be sure to have proper assistance to install and move the unit in
order to avoid injury to you or the unit.
220 NEMA 6-20R
220 NEMA 6-20R
1.5 GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
The treadmill must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the
risk of electric shock. The treadmill is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged
into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. If the user does not follow these
grounding Instructions, the user could void the Matrix limited warranty.
DANGER: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if the user is in doubt as to whether the product is properly grounded.
Do not modify the plug provided with the product if it will not fit the outlet;
have a proper outlet installed by a qualified technician.
120V UNITS
The Matrix MX-T3x, MX-T3xi and MX-T5x 120 treadmill is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit and has a non-looped grounding plug. Make sure that
the 110V treadmill is connected to an outlet, NEMA 5-20R, having the same
configuration as the plug. No adapter should be used with this product.
220V UNITS
The Matrix MX-T3x, MX-T3xi and MX-T5x 220 treadmill is for use on a nominal 220-volt circuit and has a non-looped grounding plug. Make sure that the
220V treadmill is connected to an outlet, NEMA 6-20R, having the same
configuration as the plug. No adapter should be used with this product.
2.2 DECK AND BELT REPLACEMENT
One of the most common wear and tear items on a treadmill is the Deck and
Belt combination. If these two items are not properly maintained they can
cause damage to other components. This product has been provided with the
most advanced maintenance free lubricating system on the market.
WARNING: Do not run the treadmill while cleaning the belt and deck. This
can cause serious injury and can damage the machine.
Maintain the belt and deck by wiping the sides of the belt and deck with a
clean cloth. The user can also wipe under the belt 2 inches on both sides
removing any dust or debris.
The deck can be flipped and reinstalled or replaced by an authorized service
technician. Please contact Matrix Fitness Systems for more information.
2.3 CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS
DO NOT use any equipment that is damaged or has worn or broken parts. Use
only replacement parts supplied by Matrix Fitness Systems.
MAINTAIN LABELS AND NAMEPLATES. Do not remove labels for any reason.
They contain important information. If unreadable or missing, contact Matrix
Fitness Systems for a replacement.
MAINTAIN ALL EQUIPMENT Preventative maintenance is the key to smooth
operating equipment, as well as keeping the users liability to a minimum.
Equipment needs to be inspected at regular intervals. Defective components
must be replaced immediately. Improperly working equipment must be kept
out of use until it is repaired. Ensure that any person(s) making adjustments
or performing maintenance or repair of any kind is qualified to do so. Matrix
Fitness Systems will provide service and maintenance training at our corporate
facility upon request or in the field if proper arrangements are made.
2
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 6
7/18/06 4:00:03 PM
CHAPTER 2: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
2.4 ADJUSTING THE BELT
CHAPTER 3: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
3.1 MX-T3x & T3xi TREADMILL
After placing the treadmill in the position it will be used, the belt must be
checked for proper tension and centering. The belt might need to be adjusted
after the first two hours of use. Temperature, humidity, and use cause the
belt to stretch at different rates. If the belt starts to slip when a user is on
it, be sure to follow the directions below.
STEP 1 Locate the two hex head bolts on the rear of the treadmill.
The bolts are located at each end of the frame at the back of
the treadmill. These bolts adjust the rear belt roller. Do not
adjust until the treadmill is on. This will prevent over tightening of one side.
SERIAL #
PLACEMENT
STEP 2 The belt should have equal distance on either side between
the frame. If the belt is touching one side, do not start the
treadmill. Turn the bolts counter clockwise approximately one
full turn on each side. Manually center the belt by pushing
the belt from side to side. Tighten the bolts the same amount
as when the user loosened them, approximately one full turn.
Inspect the belt for damage.
STEP 3 While the treadmill is running at 3 mph, observe the belt position. If it is moving to the right, tighten the right bolt by turning it clockwise ¼ turn, and loosen the left bolt ¼ turn. If it is
moving to the left, tighten the left bolt by turning it clockwise
¼ turn and loosen the right ¼ turn. Repeat Step 3 until the
belt remains centered for several minutes.
3.2 MX-T5x TREADMILL
STEP 4 Check the tension of the belt. The belt should be very snug.
When a person walks or runs on the belt, it should not hesitate
or slip. If this occurs, tighten the belt by turning both bolts
clockwise ¼ turn. Repeat if necessary.
2.5 MAINTENANCE LAMP (MX-T3X & MX-T3xi)
There is a maintenance lamp on the console to remind the owner to do the
scheduled maintenance. When the treadmill's accumulated distance reaches
5000 miles, the maintenance lamp will light meaning maintenance is
needed. The following is the maintenance lamp key:
SERIAL #
PLACEMENT
• Blue: It means that the treadmill needs to be maintained. To turn
off the maintenance light after performing service, hold the
INCLINE DOWN and SPEED DOWN at the same time for 3
seconds.
• Red: It means that the treadmill might have a problem, and needs to be checked.
Please contact MATRIX customer service.
3
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 7
7/18/06 4:00:03 PM
CHAPTER 4: MX-T3X / MX-T3XI OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
4.1 MX-T3x CONSOLE DESCRIPTION
MX-T3xi CONSOLE DESCRIPTION
The MATRIX treadmill is inspected before it is packaged. It is shipped in
four pieces: the base, the upright console supports, the handlebar and
the console. Carefully unpack the unit and dispose of the box material.
The MATRIX treadmill is inspected before it is packaged. It is shipped in
four pieces: the base, the upright console supports, the handlebar and
the console. Carefully unpack the unit and dispose of the box material.
CAUTION This unit weights 350 pounds. To avoid injury to the user
and the unit, be sure to have proper assistance to remove and move the
unit.
CAUTION This unit weights 350 pounds. To avoid injury to the user
and the unit, be sure to have proper assistance to remove and move the
unit.
INCLINE
TIME
SPEED
EMERGENCY STOP
INCLINE
TIME
SPEED
EMERGENCY STOP
PROGRAM KEYS: Simple program view and selection buttons.
Six programs to choose from.
PROGRAM KEYS: Simple program view and selection buttons.
Six programs to choose from.
QUICK START/START: One touch Start and Quick Start.
QUICK START/START: One touch Start and Quick Start.
SELECT: To confirm each program setting.
SELECT: To confirm each program setting.
STOP: Press the STOP key once to pause the program for 2 minutes. During
the 2 minute pause, press the QUICK START key to continue running
the program, or else the machine will reset automatically. Also, you
can press and hold the STOP key to reset the treadmill.
STOP: Press the STOP key once to pause the program for 2 minutes. During
the 2 minute pause, press the QUICK START key to continue running
the program, or else the machine will reset automatically. Also, you can
press and hold the STOP key to reset the treadmill.
UP/DOWN ELEVATION: Easy information and elevation selection.
UP/DOWN ELEVATION: Easy information and elevation selection.
UP/DOWN SPEED: Easy information and speed selection.
UP/DOWN SPEED: Easy information and speed selection.
EMERGENCY STOP: To stop all functions running.
EMERGENCY STOP: To stop all functions running.
SPEED KEYS - NUMBERS: Press the Speed Keys’ numbers to input program
Time, Weight, and Target Heart Rate.
SPEED KEYS - RESET: To cancel the numbers entered by the Speed Keys
numbers.
SPEED KEYS - ENTER: To confirm each program setting.
4
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 8
7/18/06 4:00:04 PM
CHAPTER 4: MX-T3X / MX-T3XI OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
4.2 MANUAL OPERATION
4.4 HEART RATE CONTROL
MATRIX design makes using the programs as easy as one touch of a button.
Follow these easy Steps to enter into the Heart Rate Program.
QUICK START
Press the “QUICK START” key and the LED will show “3”, “2”, “1”, “GO!”.
The treadmill will start running from the lowest incline and 0.5 mph, with the
default time counting down from 20 minutes.
TARGET HR:
MANUAL MODE allows you to enter desired time, level and weight.
1) Choose the “MANUAL” program using the program QUICK-KEYS, then
press SELECT.
2) Choose the TIME using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
3) Choose WEIGHT using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
4) Press START.
4.3 OPERATING LEVEL BASED PROGRAMS
Your MATRIX Treadmill offers versatile programs to keep the user motivated.
The following instructions will guide you through simple steps to select
INTERVALS, WEIGHT LOSS (T3xi ONLY) & ROLLING (T3x ONLY) and 5K
RUN programs.
1)
2)
3)
Choose the “TARGET HR” using the program QUICK-KEYS, then press SELECT.
Choose the “TARGET HART RATE” using the SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
Choose your HR CONTROL MODE using the SPEED or INCLINE KEYS:
- If SPEED -/+ is pressed the console will display “Speed HR Control,
press - or + to set Max Speed, then press SELECT”.
- If INCLINE UP/DOWN is pressed the console will display “Incline HR
Control, press up or down to set Max Incline, then press SELECT”.
4) Choose TIME using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
5) Choose WEIGHT using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
6) Press START.
TARGET HEART RATE is determined by the following formula.
(220 Beats Per Minute - Age) Selected precentage.
Example (220 - 30) 65% = 123 Beats Per Minute.
Select from 50% - 80% in 5% increments.
INTERVAL & WEIGHT LOSS (T3XI ONLY) & ROLLING (T3X ONLY)
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Choose the program using the program QUICK-KEYS, then press SELECT.
Choose the LEVEL using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
Choose the TIME using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
Choose WEIGHT using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
Press START.
5K RUN
1)
2)
3)
4)
Choose the “5K” program using the program QUICK-KEYS, then press SELECT.
Choose the LEVEL using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
Choose WEIGHT using SPEED -/+, then press SELECT.
Press START.
5
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 9
7/18/06 4:00:04 PM
CHAPTER 4: MX-T3X / MX-T3XI OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
4.5 FIT TEST
FIT TEST allows you to measure your fitness based on a program designed
specifically for your Matrix Treadmill. The test takes 5 minutes and is
based on your heart rate. User should keep hands on contact heart rate
graps.
MEN’S OUTPUT TABLE FOR TEST #1 AND #2
AGE
EXCELLENT
GOOD
15-19
61+
56 ~ 61
20-29
57+
AVERAGE
FAIR
POOR
52 ~57
48 ~ 51
42 -
44 ~ 51
38 ~ 43
38 -
Follow these easy steps to enter in the Fit Test Program.
52 ~ 57
STEP 1:
Select the FIT TEST button.
STEP 2:
Select AGE by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
30-39
51+
48 ~ 51
40 ~ 47
34 ~ 39
34 -
STEP 3:
Select GENDER by using the UP arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
40-49
48+
44 ~ 48
36 ~ 43
30 ~ 35
30 -
STEP 4:
Select WEIGHT by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
50-59
44+
40 ~ 44
32 ~ 39
60-69
21+
21 ~ 26
27 ~ 35
36 ~ 40
40 -
STEP 5:
Display, TIME, Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1.
STEP 6:
Display will read “HOLD THE HANDGRIP SENSORS
FOR DETECTING HR” if no heart rate is found after 4:20. Display will
read “HR TO LOW, RETRY THE TEST” if score is over 80.
70-79
36+
32 ~ 36
23 ~ 31
17 ~ 22
17 -
STEP 7:
Display will read results of fit test.
25 ~ 31
25 -
WOMEN’S OUTPUT TABLE FOR TEST #1 AND #2
AGE
EXCELLENT
GOOD
AVERAGE
FAIR
POOR
15-19
52+
46 ~ 52
37 ~ 45
30 ~ 36
30 -
20-29
50+
44 ~ 50
35 ~ 43
28 ~ 34
28 -
30-39
48+
42 ~ 48
34 ~ 41
27 ~ 33
27 -
40-49
46+
41 ~ 46
32 ~ 40
25 ~ 31
25 -
50-59
42+
37 ~ 42
28 ~ 36
21 ~ 27
21 -
60-69
37+
32 ~ 37
24 ~ 31
17 ~ 23
17 -
70-79
33+
28 ~ 33
20 ~ 27
13 ~ 19
13 -
6
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 10
7/18/06 4:00:04 PM
CHAPTER 4: MX-T3X / MX-T3XI OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
4.6 ENGINEERING MODE
4.7 MANAGER SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS / DETAILS
Engineering screens allow the viewing and editing of variables that would
be necessary for a club operator/manager to customize. Unless otherwise
noted, engineering screens consist of the initial screen, the editing or
action screen, and the saving screen. The initial screen displays the variable type, and in most cases, the current value. Edit or action screens
are where the editing of the variable(s) take place. The saving screen
indicates the variable(s) is being saved.
Below is a list of the MX-T3x functions for each engineering screen. Exceptions
will be noted in the description for each engineering screens:
P0
LOW SPEED LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the low limit for the speed of the treadmill.
P1
MIDDLE SPEED LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the middle limit for the speed of the treadmill.
P2
HIGH SPEED LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the high limit for the speed of the treadmill.
P4
LOW ELEVATION LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the low limit for the elevation of the treadmill.
Use the ELEVATION UP or DOWN arrows to scroll through the different
engineering screens.
P5
HIGH ELEVATION LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the the high limit for the elevation of the tread mill.
Press SELECT to edit the selected engineering screen.
P6
UNIT (EDIT)
Changes from Standard (Miles) to Metric (Kilometers).
Unit change will force unit dependent variables to revert to their default values.
P7
LIMIT TIME (EDIT)
This variable controls the program maximum time.
P8
SET WEIGHT (EDIT)
This variable controls the default weight used in the calorie calcula tions.
Sets to default on unit change.
Displayed in native units (kilorgram or pounds)
P9
TOTAL TIME
Displays total accumulated time.
Accumulated time is not editable, for display only.
To access the Engineering screens press and hold the ELEVATION UP and
SPEED DOWN buttons for three seconds. The display will now display
'Engineering Mode'.
Use the SPEED UP or DOWN arrows to set the variable.
Press START to save the selected variable.
P10 TOTAL DISTANCE
Displays total accumulated distance.
Accumulated distance is not editable, for display only.
Displayed in native units (miles or kilometers).
P11 VERSION
Displays the product's software version.
Version is not editable, for display only.
P12 LANGUAGE
Language in which information is displayed.
P13 USER SPEED
This variable controls the default program speed.
P14 USER TIME
This variable controls the default program time.
PRODUCT TEST
AUTO CHECK
DISPLAY TEST
KEYPAD TEST
OUT OF ORDER
7
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 11
7/18/06 4:00:04 PM
CHAPTER 4: MX-T3X / MX-T3XI OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
4.7 MANAGER SCREEN DESCRIPTIONS / DETAILS
PRODUCT TEST
Test the product.
Below is a list of the MX-T3xi functions for each engineering screen. Exceptions
will be noted in the description for each engineering screens:
P0
LOW SPEED LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the low limit for the speed of the treadmill.
P1
HIGH SPEED LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the hight limit for the speed of the treadmill.
P2
MIDDLE SPEED LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the middle limit for the speed of the treadmill.
P4
LOW ELEVATION LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the low limit for the elevation of the treadmill.
P5
HIGH ELEVATION LEARN MODE (EDIT)
This variable controls the the high limit for the elevation of the tread mill.
P6
UNIT (EDIT)
Changes from Standard (Miles) to Metric (Kilometers).
Unit change will force unit dependent variables to revert to their default values.
P7
LIMIT TIME (EDIT)
This variable controls the program maximum time.
P8
USER TIME (EDIT)
This variable controls the default program time.
P9
SET WEIGHT (EDIT)
This variable controls the default weight used in the calorie calcula tions.
Sets to default on unit change.
Displayed in native units (kilorgram or pounds)
AUTO CHECK
Run auto calibration to calibrate speed and incline after assembly or to recalibrate speed and incline values.
ADDRESS
DESCRIPTION
MAX VALUE
NOTE: P0, P1 and P2 are auto start. The belt will start moving once the
SELECT key is pressed. Once the value is saved press the ELEVATION UP Key
to increase the engineering variable.
4.8 USING CSAFE
Matrix is the leader in entertainment availability.
UNIT 1
CPU
CSAFE
UNIT 2
P12 TOTAL DISTANCE
Displays the product's software version.
Version is not editable, for display only.
CSAFE
P13 VERSION
This variable controls the default program speed.
P14 LANGUAGE
Language in which information is displayed.
MIN VALUE
P0
77
low speed learn mode
P1
600
middle speed learn mode
P2
300
high speed learn mode
P4
55
low elevation learn mode
P5
200
high elevation learn mode
MPH
KPH
P6
MPH
units
10:00
90:00:00
P7
90:00:00
limit time
10:00
90:00:00
P8
20:00
set weight
P9
KPH:80/MPH:150 KPH:22/MPH:50 KPH:180/MPH:400
total time
P10
Matrix T3x
JOHNSON T8000
Matrix T3x
total dist
P11
version
P12
language
P13
user speed
user time
English
English
Holland
P14
.5
1.5
1.0
Product Test
Auto Check
Display Test
Keypad Test
Out of Order
P10 MACHINE (EDIT)
Switches the machine settings from Johnson T8000 to a Matrix T3xi.
P11 TOTAL TIME
Displays total accumulated time.
Accumulated time is not editable, for display only.
DEFAULT
VALUE
FRONT SIDE ACCESS LAYOUT
Below is a layout of the (backside) access panel on the MX-T3x/T3xi.
P15 USER SPEED
This variable controls the default program speed.
USER SPEED
PRODUCT TEST
RECEPTACLE
AUTO CHECK
FUSE
ON / OFF
8
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 12
7/18/06 4:00:05 PM
CHAPTER 5: MX-T5X OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
5.2 MANUAL OPERATION
5.1 CONSOLE DESCRIPTION
MATRIX design makes using the programs as easy as one touch of a button.
QUICK START Start pedaling and press QUICK START to begin workout.
MANUAL MODE allows you to enter desired time, level and weight.
TIME
DISTANCE
ELEVATION
SPEED
1
3
2
4
MANUAL
ROLLING
5
6
7
8
KEYPAD
QUICK
START
SELECT
CLEAR
INTERVALS
PAUSE
HOLD TO RESET
9
0
RANDOM
FIT TEST
TARGET HR
STEP 1 Select MANUAL program button on left of panel.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 2 Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Select START will start program.
STEP 3 Select LEVEL by using UP or DOWN arrow keys. You can change the level at any
time during workout.
Press SELECT or Wait 5 seconds.
Select START will start program.
STEP 4 Select WEIGHT by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press START or SELECT to begin workout.
Display, TIME, Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1
PROGRAMS: Simple program view and selection buttons. Seven programs to
choose from.
START/QUICK START: One touch Start and Quick Start
SELECT: Quick entry of information and level selection.
PAUSE/HOLD TO RESET: Stop/Pause and hold for 3 seconds to reset.
CLEAR: Clears number keypad entry.
UP/DOWN ELEVATION: Easy information and elevation selection.
UP/DOWN SPEED: Easy information and speed selection.
9
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 13
7/18/06 4:00:05 PM
CHAPTER 5: MX-T5X OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
5.3 OPERATING LEVEL BASED PROGRAMS
5.4 HEART RATE CONTROL
Your MATRIX treadmill offers versatile programs to keep the usere motivated. The following instructions will guide you through simple steps to select INTERVALS, ROLLING, and
RANDOM programs.
For your convenience, MATRIX Treadmills come standard with digital contact
heat rate sensors and are POLAR telemetry compatible.
STEP 1 Select the PROGRAM button on left of panel.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Selecting START will start program.
STEP 2 Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
Select START will start program.
STEP 3 Select LEVEL by using UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or Wait 5 seconds.
Select START will start program.
STEP 4 Select LEVEL by using UP or DOWN arrow keys. You can change the level at any
time during workout.
Press SELECT or Wait 5 seconds.
Select START will start program.
STEP 5 Select WEIGHT by using UP or DOWN arrow keys.
STEP 6 Press START or SELECT to begin workout.
Display, TIME, Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1
Locate the metal sensors on the handrail of the treadmill. Notice there are two
separate pieces of metal on each grip. You must be making contact on both
pieces of each grip to get an accurate heart rate reading. You can grab these
sensors in any program to view your current heart rate.
Heart Rate Program
Follow these easy Steps to enter into the Heart Rate Program.
STEP 1 Select the TARGET HR program button.
STEP 2 Select TIME by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys. When finished
press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
STEP 3 Select AGE by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys. When finished
press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
STEP 4 Select PERCENTAGE OF MAXIMUM HEART RATE by using the up
or down arrow. Percentage of maximum heart rate is determined by
the following formula. (220 Beats Per Minute - Age) Selected precentage. Example (220 - 30)65% = 123 Beats Per Minute.
STEP 5 Select from 50% - 80% in 5% increments.
SELECT HR program type by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys select
the active variable Speed or Elevation that will be used to control the
users heart rate. Press SELECT or weight 5 seconds.
STEP 6 Select MAXIMUM SPEED/ELEVATION by using the UP or DOWN
arrow keys select the active variable Maximum Speed or Elevation
that will be used to control the users heart rate.
STEP 7 Press START.
HEART RATE SAFETY PROTOCOLS:
(Polar target heart rate zone chart is on pg 11 )
When the users heart rate exceeds the target heart rate by the values, the following prompts will take place:
10BPM: Warning in alpha numeric indicating active variable will be reduced
(if above min.) or alternate variable will be reduced.
20BPM: Active variable (if above min.) or alternate variable, if active variable
is at zero, reduced by 30%.
15BPM: Warning indicating heart rate over maximum and program will end.
20BPM: Program ends.
10
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 14
7/18/06 4:00:06 PM
CHAPTER 5: MX-T5X OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
MEN’S OUTPUT TABLE FOR TEST #1 AND #2
AGE
EXCELLENT
GOOD
15-19
61+
56 ~ 61
20-29
57+
FAIR
POOR
52 ~57
48 ~ 51
42 -
44 ~ 51
38 ~ 43
38 -
30-39
51+
48 ~ 51
40 ~ 47
34 ~ 39
34 -
40-49
48+
44 ~ 48
36 ~ 43
30 ~ 35
30 -
50-59
44+
40 ~ 44
32 ~ 39
60-69
21+
21 ~ 26
27 ~ 35
36 ~ 40
40 -
70-79
36+
32 ~ 36
23 ~ 31
17 ~ 22
17 -
52 ~ 57
AVERAGE
25 ~ 31
25 -
5.5 FIT TEST
FIT TEST allows you to measure your fitness based on a program designed
specifically for your Matrix Treadmill. The test takes 5 minutes and is
based on your heart rate. User should keep hands on contact heart rate
graps.
Follow these easy steps to enter in the Fit Test Program.
STEP 1:
Select the FIT TEST button.
STEP 2:
Select AGE by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
STEP 3:
Select GENDER by using the UP arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
STEP 4:
Select WEIGHT by using the UP or DOWN arrow keys.
Press SELECT or wait 5 seconds.
STEP 5:
Display, TIME, Starting 3, Starting 2, Starting 1.
STEP 6:
Display will read “HOLD THE HANDGRIP SENSORS
FOR DETECTING HR” if no heart rate is found after 4:20. Display will
read “HR TO LOW, RETRY THE TEST” if score is over 80.
STEP 7:
Display will read results of fit test.
WOMEN’S OUTPUT TABLE FOR TEST #1 AND #2
AGE
EXCELLENT
GOOD
AVERAGE
FAIR
POOR
15-19
52+
46 ~ 52
37 ~ 45
30 ~ 36
30 -
20-29
50+
44 ~ 50
35 ~ 43
28 ~ 34
28 -
30-39
48+
42 ~ 48
34 ~ 41
27 ~ 33
27 -
40-49
46+
41 ~ 46
32 ~ 40
25 ~ 31
25 -
50-59
42+
37 ~ 42
28 ~ 36
21 ~ 27
21 -
60-69
37+
32 ~ 37
24 ~ 31
17 ~ 23
17 -
70-79
33+
28 ~ 33
20 ~ 27
13 ~ 19
13 -
11
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 15
7/18/06 4:00:06 PM
CHAPTER 5: MX-T5X OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
5.6 ENGINEERING MODE
5.7 MANAGER SCREENS EXCEPTIONS/DETAILS
Manager screens allow the viewing and editing of variables that would be
necessary for a club operator/manager to customize. Unless otherwise noted
manager screens consist of the initial screen, the editing or action screen and
the saving screen. The initial screen displays the variable type and in most
cases the current value. Edit or actions screens are where the editing of the
variable take place. The saving screen indicates the variable is being saved.
Below is a list of functions for each Manager Setting. Exceptions will be noted in
the description for each manager setting:
To access the Manager Settings press and hold the ELEVATION DOWN and
SPEED UP bottons for three seconds.
Use the ELEVATION or SPEED UP and DOWN arrows to scroll through the
different manager setting.
Press SELECT to edit the selected manager setting.
Use the ELEVATION or SPEED UP and DOWN arrows to set the variable.
Press START to save the seected variable.
NOTE: SAVING all appear in the 7 segment window when the variavle is being
saved to memeory.
P0 MAXIMUM TIME (EDIT)
This variable controls the program maximum time.
Active variable display in the time seven segment display.
Numeric entry is active.
P1 DEFAULT TIME (EDIT)
This variable controls the default program time.
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Numeric entry is active.
P2 DEFAULT LEVEL (EDIT)
This variable controls the default program level (may be eliminated in final product).
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Numeric entry is active.
P3 DEFAULT AGE (EDIT)
The variable controls the default users age used in the goal heart rate calculations.
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Numeric entry is active.
P4 DEFAULT WEIGHT (EDIT)
This variable controls the default users age used in the calorie calculations.
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Displayed in native unites (kilogram or pounds)
Numeric entry is active.
P5 ACCUMULATED DISTANCE
This variable displayed in the time seven segment disply.
Accumulated distance is not editable, for display only.
Displayed in native unites (kilometers or miles)
Holding the start key resets the accumulated distance.
P6 ACCUMULATED TIME
This variable displayed in the time seven segment disply.
Accumulated time is not editable, for display only.
Holding the start key resets the accumulated distance.
P7 SOFTWARE VERSION
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Accumulated distance is not editable, for display only.
P8 START SPEED (EDIT)
Controls the starting speed for all programs (minimum speed not affected).
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Displayed in native unites (kilometers per hour or miles per hour).
Reverts to default value on unit change.
Numeric entry is active.
P9 MAXIMUM SPEED (EDIT)
Controls the maximum speed for all programs.
Active variable displayed in the time seven segment display.
Displayed in native unites (kilometers per hour or miles per hour)
Reverts to default value on unit change.
Numeric entry is active.
12
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 16
7/18/06 4:00:06 PM
CHAPTER 5: MX-T5X OVERLAY DESCRIPTION / PROGRAMING / ENGINEERING MODE
5.8 USING CSAFE
P10 DEFAULT CHANNEL (EDIT)
Controls the default channel for enterainment CSAFE compativle devices.
This variable is editable.
Numeric entry is active.
P11 DEFAULT VOLUME (EDIT)
Controls the default channel for enterainment CSAFE compativle devices.
This variable is editable.
Numeric entry is active.
P13 SPEED MODE (EDIT)
Changes from Standard (Miles) to Metric (kilometers).
Unit change will force unit dependent variables to revert to their default values.
Matrix is the leader in entertainment availability. On the back of the console
are three RJ45 receptacles. They are marked CSAFE IN, CSAFE OUT, and
ENTERTAINMENT.
Use the csafe in to plug in an csafe device using the RJ45 connector csafe
out allows csafe products to be daisy chained together from one unit to the
next. The connection is as follows;
UNIT 1
CPU
CSAFE IN
P14 OUT OF ORDER (EDIT)
VARIABLE
Maximum Time
Default Time
Default Level
Default Weight
Default Age
Start Speed
Maximum Speed
Machine Type
IR On/Off
Default Channel
Default Volume
Speed Mode
Out of Order
MINIMUM
DEFAULT
5
5
1
80
15
0.5
2
T4
OFF
1
1
FACTORY
20
20
1
150
30
1
12
T4
ON
1
16
MAXIMUM
UNIT 2
STEP SIZE UNITS
CSAFE OUT
95
NV max time
20
400
100
2
12
T5
ON
30
30
5
5
1
5
1
0.1
0.1
1
1
1
1
minutes
minutes
pounds
years
mph
mph
Unit
Unit
UNIT 3
ENTERTAINMENT
CONSOLE (BACK SIDE) ACCESS LAYOUT
Below is a layout of the (backside) console access panel on the MX-T5x .
CSAFE OUT
ENTERTAINMENT
CSAFE IN
13
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 17
7/18/06 4:00:06 PM
CHAPTER 6: MX-T3X / T3XI TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
6.1 MX-T3X / MX-T3XI MODEL SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Foot Print
Weight
Max User Weight
Belt Type
Frame Construction
Running Area
Incline Range
Speed Min.
Speed Max.
Motor Type
Controller Cooling Fan
Electrical Receptacle
Electrical Plug
Electrical Receptacle
Electrical Plug
Electrical Amps
Electrical Amps
Deck
Wax
inches = 85” x 34” x 55”
cm = 216 x 87 x 140
350 lbs
kg
400 lbs = 181 kg
Habisat
Steel
20” x 60”
0-15%
0.5
12
3.2 HP DC
Yes
120 NEMA 5-20R
120 NEMA 5-20P
220 NEMA 6-20R
220 NEMA 6-20R
120v 20 Amps
220v 10 Amps
1” Reversible Ultimate
No Maintenance
VARIABLE COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY
Absorber
Number of Cushions
Rubber Dampeners
8
SAFETY
Shut off w/Tether
Large Safety Stop
Yes
Yes
PROGRAMS
Number Key Pad
One Button Quick Start
Target Heart Rate
Fit Test
Intervals
5k Run
Yes (MX-T3xi ONLY)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
HEART RATE
Telemetry
Contact Heart Rate
Yes
Yes
14
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 18
7/18/06 4:00:07 PM
CHAPTER 6: MX-T3X / T3XI TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
6.2 MX-T3X / MX-T3XI MODEL REQUIRED FASTENERS & ASSEMBLEY TOOLS
QTY
PART #
SKETCH
DESCRIPTION
8mm ALLEN WRENCH
01
10mm ALLEN WRENCH
01
#2 PHILLIPS SCREW DRIVER [ 4.5 x 50 ]
08
Z50
FLAT WASHER 30x2.0L
08
Z51
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M10 x 25
04
Z52
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M8 x 30
02
Z52
BUTTON HEAD MACHINE SCREW M5 x 12L
MX-T3X / T3XI • TREADMILL
01
NOTES
15
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 19
7/18/06 4:00:08 PM
CHAPTER 6: MX-T3X / T3XI TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
6.3 MX-T3X / MX-T3XI MODEL ASSEMBLY STEPS
• ATTENTION
After installation is completed, the treadmill will need to be calibrated by using the AUTO-CHECK function. If this is not done, the treadmill's
speed and incline values may be incorrect and damage the treadmill. Do not stand on the belt when performing the AUTO-CHECK function.
• ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Please make sure that the power plug is not plugged into the wall outlet while completing the following procedure.
To ensure correct assembly of the treadmill, carefully read and follow these steps:
STEP 2
MX-T3X / T3XI • TREADMILL
STEP 1
Z51
Z50
Z52
Z51
Remove the motor cover. Pull out the console cable and route it through
the Right console mast. Place the right console mast and then the left
console mast in the console post support brackets. Secure the Right and
Left mast with the 4 bolts provided (Z50, Z51). Make sure these bolts
are tight.
Connect the console cables from the console set to the motor control
board cables. Secure the console set with 2 screws (Z52) on each side.
16
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 20
7/18/06 4:00:08 PM
CHAPTER 6: MX-T3X / T3XI TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
6.4 MX-T3X / MX-T3XI MODEL ASSEMBLY STEPS
STEP 3
STEP 4
Z53
Z53
FINAL ASSEMBLY
•
•
•
•
AUTO CHECK
Press and hold both incline “UP” and speed “DOWN“ buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds .Then the “ENGINEERING MODE” is shown onto the console.
Press the incline “UP” button to find the “AUTO CHECK” screen.
Press the incline “START” button and then, the treadmill will run the auto check function automatically. This will take around 3 minutes to run.
After auto check is complete “AUTO CHECK OK” will show on the console. Then, press EMERGENCY STOP key to back to initial starting screen.
17
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 21
7/18/06 4:00:08 PM
CHAPTER 7: MX-T5X TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
7.1 MX-T5X MODEL SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Product Name
Foot Print
157.5
Weight
TIME
DISTANCE
ELEVATION
SPEED
1
3
2
4
MANUAL
ROLLING
6
7
8
KEYPAD
QUICK
START
SELECT
CLEAR
INTERVALS
5
PAUSE
HOLD TO RESET
9
0
RANDOM
FIT TEST
TARGET HR
Max User Weight
Belt Type
Frame Construction
Running Area
Incline Range
Speed Min.
Speed Max.
Motor Type
Motor Size
Controller Cooling Fan
Electrical Receptacle
Electrical Plug
Electrical Receptacle
Electrical Plug
Electrical Amps
Electrical Amps
Deck
Wax
T5x
inches = 85” x 35” x 62”
cm = 215.9 x 88.7 x
450 lbs
204 kg
500 lbs
Habisat
Aluminum/Steel
22” x 60”
0 -15%
0.5
12
AC
5hp AC
Yes
110 NEMA 5-20R
110 NEMA 5-20P
220 NEMA 6-20R
220 NEMA 6-20P
110v 20 Amps
220v 20 Amps
1” Ultimate
No Maintenance
HEART RATE
Telemetry
Contact Heart Rate
Yes
Yes
ENTERTAINMENT READY
Coaxial Cable Connection
AC TV Power Connection
Monitor Mount
CSAFE Port
Yes
Yes
Yes
3
MANAGER MODE
Maximum Time
Default Time
Default Level
Default Weight
Accumulated Distance
Accumulated Time
Start Speed
5-95
5-95
L1
60-400
.5-2.0
VARIABLE COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY
Absorber
Number of Cushions
Rubber Damperners
8
SAFETY
Shut off w/Tether
Large Safety Stop
Yes
Yes
PROGRAMS
Number Key Pad
One Button Quick Start
Ramdom (20 profile)
Target Heart Rate
Fit Test
Intervals
Rolling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
18
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 22
7/18/06 4:00:09 PM
CHAPTER 7: MX-T5X TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
7.2 MX-T5X MODEL REQUIRED FASTENERS & ASSEMBLEY TOOLS
QTY
PART #
SKETCH
DESCRIPTION
01
5mm ALLEN WRENCH
01
ALLEN WRENCH [ #8 x 168 ]
01
ALLEN WRENCH [ #5 x 172 ]
01
#2 PHILLIPS SCREW DRIVER [ 4.5 x 50 ]
C10
FLAT HEAD MACHINE SCREW (M8 x 20L)
08
C09
FLAT HEAD MACHINE SCREW (M8 x 25L)
06
C05
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW (M8 x 15L)
04
C24
BUTTON HEAD MACHINE SCREW M5 x 10L
02
Q28
END CAP 12.7
MX-T5X • TREADMILL
08
NOTES
19
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 23
7/18/06 4:00:09 PM
CHAPTER 7: MX-T5X TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
7.3 MX-T5X MODEL ASSEMBLY STEPS
STEP 1
STEP 2
TIME
TIME
ELEV
ATIO
ELEV
ATIO
N
N
DIST
ANC
MANUAL
DIST
ANC
MANUAL
ROLLING
1
2
INTERVA
3
LS
E
ROLLING
1
2
INTERVA
3
LS
4
SPEE
5
6
QUICK
START
KEYPAD
4
6
KEYPAD
PAUSE
HOLD
TO
RESET
SELECT
E
D
8
9
9
TO
7
CLEAR
8
PAUSE
HOLD
SPEE
5
QUICK
START
D
7
CLEAR
0
RESET
SELECT
0
RANDO
M
RANDO
M
FIT
FIT
TEST
TEST
TARGET
HR
TARGET
HR
MX-T5X • TREADMILL
C11
Q28
C05
C10
C10
C05
20
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 24
7/18/06 4:00:09 PM
CHAPTER 7: MX-T5X TREADMILL SPECIFICATIONS, PARTS,
AND
ASSEMBLY GUIDES
7.3 MX-T5X MODEL ASSEMBLY STEPS
STEP 3
FINAL ASSEMBLY
TIME
ELEV
ATIO
TIME
ELEV
ATIO
N
DIST
ANC
MANUAL
ROLLING
1
2
INTERVA
E
ROLLING
3
LS
4
SPEE
5
6
QUICK
START
KEYPAD
N
DIST
ANC
MANUAL
1
2
INTERVA
D
3
LS
9
TO
RESET
SELECT
SPEE
5
6
KEYPAD
8
PAUSE
HOLD
4
QUICK
START
7
CLEAR
E
D
7
8
CLEAR
9
0
PAUSE
HOLD
TO
RANDO
RESET
SELECT
0
M
RANDO
M
FIT
TEST
FIT
TEST
TARGET
HR
TARGET
HR
C05
C10
21
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 25
7/18/06 4:00:10 PM
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 26
7/18/06 4:00:10 PM
MATRIX FITNESS SYSTEMS CORP.
1610 L AND MARK DRIVE COTTAGE GROVE WI 53527 USA
T O L L F R EE 866.693.4863
w w w. m a t r i x f i t n e s s . c o m
FAX 608.839.8687
REV. 02
06'_Treadmills_M.indd 27
7/18/06 4:00:11 PM