J6/J6F
Owner's Manual :: 2-19
GB
Mode d'emploi :: 20-37
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Manual del usario :: 38-55
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Gebruikers gids :: 56-73
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583 4024D
© TUNTURI 2001
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I M P O R TA N T S A F E T Y
INSTRUCTIONS
This Owner's Manual is an essential part of your training equipment:
reading all instructions in this manual before you start using this
appliance. The following precautions must always be followed:
WARNING:
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Never use extension cords between the treadmill and your wall
outlet. The device’s maximum power consumption is 10 A (EU)
/20 A (US). Outlets with fluctuating voltage of more than 5 %,
may result in erratic performance or cause damage to treadmill
electronics. Using electrical power other than that which has
been specified in this manual, will ultimately void any
warranty, implied or otherwise.
WARNING: to reduce any risk to persons:
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Keep hands clear of any moving parts. Never place hands, feet
or any other objects into any opening or under the treadmill.
Never leave the treadmill unattended when plugged in. Unplug
from outlet when not in use, before putting on or taking off
parts. To disconnect, turn all controls to the off position, then
remove plug from outlet.
Close supervision is necessary when the treadmill used by, on,
or near children, invalids, or disabled persons.
Use the treadmill only for its intended use as described in this
manual. Do not use attachments not recommended by Tunturi.
Before you start using the treadmill, make sure that it functions
correctly in every way. Do not use a faulty device.
Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
J6 / J6F must not be used outdoors. J6 / J6F tolerates an
environment measuring +10°C to +35°C. Air humidity must
never exceed 90 %.
Do not attempt any servicing or adjustment other than those
described in this manual. The given instructions must be
followed carefully.
Never operate this treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug,
if it has been dropped or damaged, or dropped into water.
Return the treadmill to a service center for repair.
Never operate the appliance with the air opening blocked.
Keep the air openings free of lint, hair, and the like.
Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used
or where oxygen is being administered.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF TUNTURI
EXERCISING!
Your choice shows that you really want to invest in your well-being
and condition; it also shows you really value high quality and style.
With Tunturi Fitness Equipment, you’ve chosen a high-quality, safe and
motivating product as your training partner. Whatever your goal in
training, we are certain this is the training equipment to get you there.
ASSEMBLY ::
The figures referred to in the text are in the back fold. Before assembling
the device, insure all parts are present (FIGURE 1):
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Frame
Power cord
Assembly kit (contents are marked with an * in the spare part list)
In case of problems contact your Tunturi dealer. The packaging includes
a disposable silicate bag for absorbing moisture during storage and
transportation. The directions left, right, front and back are defined as
seen from the exercising position.
J6 : HA ND RAIL AND INTERFACE (FIGURES 2 3 AND )
Turn the user interface until the holes for the locking screws are in
position and then attach by tightening the 4 screws (M6x12) on the
rear side. Cut the green ribbon and attach the corner pieces to the hand
rail with Allen screws, do not tighten much yet. Lift the handrail to
the upright position, place the cover tubes between corner pieces and
the frame and thread the attachment bolts through the tubes. Tighten
the bolts with nuts and the Allen screws on both sides. Place the
transportation wheels on the axles on the lower end of the hand rail, set
the locking sleeve at the end of the axle and attach it by knocking the
assembly tool gently. Attach the 2 screws (M6x12) on the front side of
the interface and remove the protective film from the display.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
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J6F: HAND RAIL AND INTERFACE (FIGURES 5, 6 AND 7)
SAFETY TETHER KEY
Turn the user interface until the holes for the locking screws are in position and
then attach by tightening the 4 screws (M6x12) on the rear side. Cut the green
ribbon of the hand rail. Push the ends of the U-shaped frame of the front into the
hand rail ends and push the attachment bolts into place. Run the elevation to 0
% (see Power Cord, Tether Key and Interface) and lift the hand rail to the upright
position. Push the U-shaped frame with the transportation wheels into place: two
people are needed for the installation. Tighten the attachment bolts carefully on
both sides. Attach the lower end of the gas spring to the folding frame with a
screw and a nut. Attach the 2 screws (M6x12) on the front side of the interface
and remove the protective film from the display.
The treadmill cannot be used if the tether key is not properly installed
in the meter base; if the key is removed from its place near the electronic
display, the treadmill will immediately stop. Insert the safety tether key
into the meter base. Ensure that the clip of the safety tether key is
properly attached to your clothing; as the cord tightens, make sure the
clip does not detach itself from your clothing before the safety tether key
disconnects from the user interface.
POWER CORD AND GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
No matter what your goal, you’ll get the best results by training at the
right level of effort, and the best measure is your own heart-rate. First
find your maximum heart-rate i.e. where the rate doesn’t increase with
added effort. If you don’t know your maximum heart-rate, please use the
following formula as a guide:
Plug the socket end of the power cord into the treadmill at the lower right front
corner. Before connecting the device to a power source, make sure that local
voltage matches that indicated on the type plate. The treadmill operates at either
230 V or 120 V (US-version). Turn on the power using the switch next to the
socket on the treadmill.
This treadmill must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for electrical current to reduce
the risk of electrical shock. This product is equipped with a cord having
an equipment-grounded 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. Do not use extension cables when
connecting the equipment to the power source.
DANGER!
Improper connection of
the equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check with
a qualified electrician or serviceman if you
are 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 electrician.
NOTE! The version for use on a nominal
120-volt circuit has a grounding plug that looks
like the plug illustrated. Make sure that the
product is connected to an outlet having the
same configuration as the plug. No adapter
should be used with this product.
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EXERCISING ::
Women: 226 - age
Men: 220 - age
These are average values and the maximum varies from person to person.
The maximum heart-rate diminishes on average by one point per year. If
you belong to one of the risk groups mentioned earlier, ask a doctor to
measure your maximum heart-rate for you.
We have defined three different heart-rate zones to help you with targeted
training.
Beginner: 50-60 % of maximum heart-rate
Also suitable for weight-watchers, convalescents and those who haven’t
exercised for a long time. Three sessions a week of at least a half-hour
each is recommended. Regular exercise considerably improves beginners’
respiratory and circulatory performance and you will quickly feel your
improvement.
Trainer: 60-70 % of maximum heart-rate
Perfect for improving and maintaining fitness. Even reasonable effort
develops the heart and lungs effectively, training for a minimum of 30
minutes at least three times a week. To improve your condition still
further, increase either frequency or effort, but not both at the same
time!
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Active trainer: 70-80 % of maximum heart-rate
INTERFACE ::
Exercise at this level suits only the fittest and presupposes long-endurance
workouts.
BEGINNING AN EXERCISE SESSION
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To avoid muscular pain and strain, begin and end each workout
by stretching.
Stand on the landing rails to the left and right of the running belt.
Do not stand on the running belt.
Always hold the handrail for support when getting on or off the
treadmill and when changing the speed during exercise. Do not
jump off the running belt while it is moving!
If you experience nausea, dizziness or other abnormal symptoms
while exercising, stop your workout at once and consult a
physician.
FINISHING AN EXERCISE SESSION
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Never leave the safety tether key in the treadmill.
Use the main power switch to turn the unit off.
Unplug the electrical cord from the wall outlet and from the
treadmill.
If necessary clean the treadmill from sweat with a damp cloth. Do
not use solvents.
Store the electrical cord where it is clear from all pathways and out
of childrens’ reach.
HOW TO MOTIVATE YOURSELF TO CONTINUE
In order to reach the goals you have set, you’ll need to keep finding the
motivation to continue so you achieve your ultimate goal: life-long health
and a new quality of living.
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Set yourself realistic targets.
Progress step-by-step according to your schedule.
Keep a fitness diary and write down your progress.
Change your way of exercising from time to time.
Use your imagination.
Learn self-discipline.
FUNCTION KEYS
Manual is the default basic exercise mode when the device is switched
on. In Manual mode you control the treadmill yourself.
Control offers three different standard heart-rate exercises.
Prog provides a fitness test and 4 pre-programmed exercise profiles.
Set helps you define user weight, heart-rate alarm limits, audio signal use
and units of measurement.
Reset is the key to reset time, distance and energy consumption displays
for all exercises.
One important aspect of your training is versatility. Varying your training
exercises different muscle groups and helps maintain motivation.
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CUSTOM START
DISPLAYS
In Manual mode, use Custom Start to begin an exercise where speed and
elevation are preset by the user. You can save the Custom Start values by
setting the desired speed and elevation, and then pressing the Custom
Start key for 2 seconds: an audio signal indicates that the setting is saved.
For user safety, the speed range on the key is 0,5-10 km/h (0,3-6,2 mph).
A signal light indicates which parameter is being used.
SETTING KEYS, OK AND SCAN
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Setting keys are used to set the values on-screen. The left/right keys are
used for navigation, while the up/down keys are used to set values.
The OK key in the middle of the setting keys is used to confirm your
selections.
Pressing SCAN key changes the displayed values.
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SPEED CONTROL KEYS
ERROR CODES
Speed control keys (Tortoise/Hare) are located below the display. Hare
key increases the belt speed in 0,1 km/h (or 0,1 mph) increments, the
tortoise key decreases it in 0,1 km/h (or 0,1 mph) increments. Pressing
these keys longer makes the speed change faster. Track speed ranges from
0,5-16 km/h (0,3-10 mph).
The user interface will display information about any operational faults.
An error code begins with the abbreviation Err.
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Running deck speed exceeds set value: Please follow this manual’s
instructions on using the device.
ELEVATION CONTROL KEYS
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Running deck does not respond to controls: Please check running
deck lubrication and follow this manual’s instructions on using
the device.
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Lift motor fault or lifting motor overload protection off: Please
switch the device off for 5 minutes and then restart. If the error
message does not disappear, please contact your local Tunturi
distributor.
Elevation control keys (elevation arrows up and down) are located
below the display. The elevation up key increases the elevation in 1 %
increments, the elevation key down decreases it in 1 % increments. Track
elevation ranges from 0 % (horizontal) to 10 %.
STOP
Press STOP to end your exercise.
Press STOP once in exercise profile training and the treadmill stops and
moves into its waiting state for 5 minutes. You can restart the interrupted
exercise by pressing the Hare key within 5 minutes. Press STOP twice
to end your exercise.
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Speed = running deck speed (0,5-16 km/h / 0,3-10 mph).
kcal = energy consumption (0-9999 kcal).
Time = exercise duration (at 1 second intervals 00:00-59:59 up to
1 hour, and at 1 minute intervals thereafter 1:00-99:59).
Elev = elevation angle (0-10 %). 1 % corresponds to a 1 metre rise
per 100 metres.
Dist = training distance (0.1-999.9 km).
Pulse = heart-rate measurement (0-220). A heart-rate belt is
required to measure the heart-rate. The user interface displays —
if the heart-rate measurement feature is not in operation.
Remove the error code by pressing the RESET key. If any of these error
codes appears repeatedly despite servicing, or if a code other than the
above is displayed constantly, please contact your Tunturi dealer.
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SET AND RESET ::
In Set you can define user weight, heart-rate alarm limits, audio signal use
and units of measurement as follows:
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Press the Set key.
Setting Set 1 (user weight) is displayed. Set the required value in
the central display with the up/down setting. Press OK to confirm
your choice; that will also always move you forward to setting the
next value.
Setting Set 2 (minimum heart-rate value) is displayed. Set the
desired value in the central display with the up/down setting keys.
In standard heart-rate exercises, your heart-rate will then be kept
above the limit you set. Press OK to confirm your choice.
Setting Set 3 (maximum heart-rate value) is displayed. Set the
desired value in the central display with the up/down setting keys.
In standard heart-rate exercises, your heart-rate will then be kept
below the limit you set. Press OK to confirm your choice.
Setting Set 4 (audio signal use) is displayed. “AUd On” indicates
the audio signal is on and “AUd OFF” that it’s off. Use the
up/down setting keys to make your choice. Press OK to confirm.
Setting Set 5 (measurement unit selection) is displayed. “EU”
stands for the metric system and “US” for Imperial units. Use the
up/down setting keys to make your choice. Press OK to confirm.
To remove the heart-rate alarm limits, go to alarm limit setting and
press the Reset key.
You can move from the Set function by pressing Manual, Pulse
Control or Prog key.
MANUAL ::
Manual is the default user-controlled basic exercise mode when the device
is switched on. In contrast to profile exercises, Manual means you can
adjust running deck speed and elevation yourself during an exercise, if
necessary.
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Start the treadmill or press the Manual key.
2.
Start the training by pressing the Hare key. The belt will start
moving at 0,5 km/h (or 0,3 mph). By pressing the Custom Start
key, the belt accelerates to the preset speed and elevation values.
You can save the Custom Start values by setting the desired speed
and elevation, and then pressing the Custom Start key for 2
seconds: an audio signal indicates that the setting is saved. For user
safety, the speed range on the key is 0,5-10 km/h (0,3-6,2 mph).
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Steady yourself by holding onto the handlebars and carefully
stepping onto the moving belt. Increase speed by pressing the
Hare key until the desired speed is reached. To slow down, press
the Tortoise key.
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Adjust the elevation during the training by using the elevation
arrow keys. The Arrow up-key increases the elevation in 1 %
increments. The back of the treadmill goes down increasing the
elevation. The Arrow down-key decreases the elevation in 1 %
increments. The back of the treadmill will rise decreasing the
elevation.
NOTE! Pressing the Set key during an exercise will stop the belt and
finish the exercise.
The Reset key resets energy consumption, time and distance displays for
all exercises.
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PROG ::
Standard heart-rate exercises enable training within a selected heart-rate
level.
The recovery heart-rate feature and profiles 3 and 4 require heartrate measurement.
Constant heart-rate exercise requires your using the heart-rate
measurement system.
EXERCISE PROFILES
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Select the desired heart-rate mode by pressing the Control key
(indication light shows the selected mode):
Speed (indication light <<<) = pulse control is based on
changing belt speed. If you wish, you can change the inclination
angle of the belt during training.
Elevation (indication light up/down) = pulse control is based on
changing treadmill inclination. In this mode, you must adjust the
belt speed with the Hare and Tortoise keys.
Combination (both indication lights)= automatic equal
adjustment of both the inclination angle and the speed of the belt.
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Set the desired heart-rate with the up/down setting keys.
Press OK to confirm.
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Press the Hare key to start constant heart-rate exercise.
You can adjust the heart-rate level with the up/down setting keys
during the exercise.
In the Speed and Combination exercises, you can set the upper
limit to belt speed (default: 12 km/h / 7,4 mph) by pressing the
Tortoise key during the exercise. You can adjust the belt speed
limit with the Hare and Tortoise keys during the exercise.
You can change the heart-rate mode during the exercise.
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Press the Prog key to display PrOF.
Press OK to confirm.
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Pro 1 (profile 1) and L1 (demand level 1) appear on display. Select
the required profile (1-4) with the up/down setting keys, then use
the left/right setting keys to move to demand level selection (1-3).
Select your level with the up/down setting keys. There is a detailed
description of the exercise profiles at the end of this manual.
Press OK to confirm.
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Start the exercise profile selected by pressing the Hare key.
4.
Press STOP once and the treadmill stops and moves into its
waiting state (hold) for 5 minutes. You can restart the interrupted
exercise during the waiting state by pressing the Hare key. Once
the 5 minute waiting period is over, the exercise has ended and the
device returns to profile selection state. You can also end your
exercise by pressing the STOP key twice.
MEASUREMENT OF RECOVERY PULSE
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Press PROG key twice. The text rECO appears on display.
Press OK to confirm.
The measurement of recovery pulse takes two minutes, during which
time the text rECO and the current heart rate are displayed. At the
end of the period the text rESU and the recovery ratio percentage are
displayed. The smaller the reading the fitter you are. Note that results are
dependent on the starting pulse level, they are individual and not directly
comparable with those of others.
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MAINTENANCE ::
CLEANING THE TREADMILL
CAUTION! Do not attempt any servicing or adjustment
Wipe the treadmill surfaces, especially the handlebars and meter from
dust with a damp cloth or towel. Do not use solvents.
Check the tightness of all fixing screws once a year. Do not overtighten.
Use a small vacuum nozzle to carefully vacuum around all visible
components (belt, running deck, side rails etc.). To clean the underside of
the treadmill, carefully turn the treadmill on its side, or if your treadmill
is J6F, lift the running deck to the storage position.
other than those described in this manual. Any other servicing must
be performed by an authorized service representative.
LUBRICATING THE RUNNING DECK
Lubrication is the most important service activity for the treadmill.
This is absolutely essential, if the friction of the running deck increases
noticeably or the motor begins to heat up; increased friction is indicated
by jerky movement of the belt or by error code 15 appearing on the
display. Insufficient lubrication will cause the belt, running deck and
motor to wear out and break. The running belt is factory treated with
wax, which significantly reduces the need for additional lubrication. The
need for relubrication depends to a great extent on the running styles and
weight of the user: heavy user weight and slow speed put particular
strain on the device and therefore demand greater lubrication. We
recommend you check the lubrication after every 50 hours of use. Use
only T-Lube lubricant to lubricate the treadmill. Contact your local
Tunturi distributor for further supplies of T-Lube.
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Attach the nozzle to the T-Lube container.
Let the treadmill run at 5 km/h (3 mph).
Push the nozzle completely into the lubrication pipe. Spray TLube into the pipe, at the same time pulling the nozzle out of the
pipe until the marking on the nozzle appears. The lubrication
should last for 2-3 seconds. Repeat the lubrication on the other
side of the treadmill.
The treadmill is instantly ready for use.
NOTE! The device must never be lubricated with silicone!
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ALIGNING THE RUNNING BELT
Monitor belt tracking during exercise and make adjustments as needed.
The belt should run in the centre of the treadmill. Alignment is not
usually needed, provided
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the treadmill is placed on an even, solid and horizontal surface
and the belt is correctly tensioned
the alignment of the belt is correct
It is, however, possible for the belt to be pushed to one side due to the
user’s running style (e.g. more weight on one foot). The alignment of the
belt is adjusted by turning the two bolts at the back of the treadmill.
Align the belt according to the following instructions:
1.
Turn the power switch on and increase the treadmill’s speed to
5 km/h (3 mph).
2.
If the belt drifts to the left, turn the left adjustment bolt 1/8 turn
clockwise and the right adjustment bolt 1/8 turn anticlockwise.
Do not turn more than 1/8 at the time as already very small
adjustments effect the alignment.
If the belt drifts to the right, turn the right adjustment bolt 1/8
turn clockwise and the left adjustment bolt 1/8 turn anticlockwise.
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If the belt remains centered the adjustment is correct. If not,
continue to make small adjustments as above until the belt is
correctly aligned.
If the belt is allowed run across to one side for long periods of time the
edges of the belt may be damaged and the treadmill may not continue
to operate correctly. Any damage to the belt caused by the lack of
necessary adjustment will not be covered by the warranty.
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ADJUSTING THE BELT TENSION
The belt must be tensioned if it begins to slip on the rollers. In normal
use, however, keep the belt as loose as possible! The belt tension is
adjusted by turning the same screws as used for aligning the running
belt. If turning the screws will not effect the belt tension, please contact
your Tunturi dealer.
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Increase the treadmill’s speed to 5 km/h (3 mph).
2.
Turn both adjustment screws an equal amount, 1/8 turn
clockwise.
3.
Try to slow the belt down by holding onto the handrails and
braking as you walk (as if you were walking downhill). If the belt
slips, turn another 1/8 turn and repeat the test. When braking
heavily the belt may slip.
MOVING AND STORAGE ::
Before moving J6, be sure the power cord is unplugged from the wall
and the treadmill. Lift the treadmill from the rear to an angle of about
30 degrees and push it on the front wheels. Lower the treadmill carefully
onto the floor.
You can lift up the running deck of J6F to a space-saving storage position:
Turn off the power switch. Take hold of the frame tube underneath the
rear part of the running base and lift the running base up.
CAUTION! The gas spring is designed to make lifting the
running base easier. Always remember to ensure that the running
base is locked in the storage position!
MALFUNCTIONS
NOTE! Despite continuous quality control, defects and malfunctions
caused by individual components may occur in the equipment. In most
cases it’s unnecessary to take the whole device in for repair, as it’s usually
sufficient to replace the defective part. If you require spare parts or the
equipment does not function properly during use, contact your Tunturi
dealer. Always give the model, serial number of your equipment and in
case of malfunctions also conditions of use, nature of malfunction and
any error code. Use only spane parts mentioned in the spane part list.
If there is a fault in the user interface display, unscrew the 10 locking
screws. Detach the cable connector by pressing the clip towards the cable
and pulling it off. Be careful not to drop the cable inside the tube.
Please contact your local Tunturi distributor for further information on
repairing or replacing the meter. When reinstalling the user interface,
please tug lightly at the cable to make sure that it’s properly locked.
NOTE! The text "Self cal" on display indicates automatic re-calibration
of the lift motor.
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Before moving J6F, be sure the power cord is unplugged from the wall
and the treadmill; lift up the running base until it becomes locked. Stand
behind the treadmill and support it with your foot on a transportation
wheel, grip the hand rails and tilt the treadmill towards yourself so that it
rests on the transportation wheels. Lower the treadmill carefully onto the
floor, again supporting it with your foot.
NOTE! Transport the treadmill with extreme caution over uneven
surfaces, for example over a step. The treadmill should never be
transported upstairs using the wheels over the steps, instead it must be
carried.
NOTE! The running belt needs to be realigned and centered after
moving.
To prevent malfunctioning of the treadmill, store it in a dry place with
as little temperature variation as possible, protected against dust. Always
unplug the treadmill from the electrical outlet when not in use.
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TECHNICAL DATA ::
Length (storage position)
Height (storage position)
Width
Weight
Running surface
Speed
Elevation range
Motor
153 cm / 60" (70 cm / 28")
142 cm / 56" (155 cm / 61")
82 cm / 32"
80 kg / 177 lbs
46 x 135 cm / 18 x 53"
0,5 -16 km/h / 0,3-10 mph
0 - 10 %
1,8 HP (continuous duty)
J6 / J6F treadmill meets the requirements of the EU's EMC Directives
on electromagnetic compatibility (89/336/EEC) and electrical equipment
designed for use within certain voltage limits (73/23/EEC). This product
therefore carries the CE label.
J6 / J6F North American versions (120 V) comply with FCC
requirements on electromagnetic compatibility and are accordingly
marked with the FCC label.
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ABOUT YOUR HEALTH
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Before you start any training, consult a physician to check your
state of health.
If you experience nausea, dizziness or other abnormal symptoms
while exercising, stop your workout at once and consult a
physician.
To avoid muscular pain and strain, begin and end each workout
by stretching.
ABOUT THE EXERCISE ENVIRONMENT
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J6 / J6F is designed for household use only.
Make sure the exercise environment has adequate ventilation.
To avoid catching cold, do not exercise in a draughty place.
Place the treadmill on a firm, level surface. Allow 120 cm or 4
feet of clearance behind the treadmill and 60 cm or 2 feet on
either side and in front of the treadmill.
We recommend that the equipment is placed on a protective
base.
J6 / J6F treadmill meets EN precision and safety standards (Class A,
EN-957, parts 1 and 6).
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Due to our continuous policy of product development, Tunturi reserves
the right to change specifications without notice.
ABOUT USING THE EQUIPMENT
CAUTION!
The instructions must be followed carefully
in the assembly, use and maintenance of your equipment. The
warranty does not cover damage due to negligence of the assembly,
adjustment and maintenance instructions described herein. Changes
or modifications not expressly approved by Tunturi Oy Ltd will void
the user's authority to operate the equipment!
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Always unplug the treadmill from the electrical outlet after each
training session.
Only one person may use the equipment at a time.
Keep hands clear of any moving parts. Never place hands, feet or
any other objects under the treadmill.
Wear appropriate clothing and shoes when exercising. Make sure
your shoelaces are properly tied. To avoid injury and unnecessary
wear on your treadmill, be sure your shoes are free of any debris
such as gravel and small pebbles.
The device must not be used by persons weighing over 135 kg
(300 lbs).
We wish you many enjoyable trainings with your new Tunturi
training partner!
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533 1029
673 500 88
533 4006
M5 DIN 9021
M5x14 DIN 7985
203 4023
203 4025
203 4024
203 4026
213 4007
523 4034
M8x80 DIN 912
M8 DIN 985
403 4054
403 4055
103 4033
M8x20 DIN 912
M8 DIN 125
523 4033
813 4020
523 4032
M8x50 DIN 912
523 4031
M8 DIN 125
M8x30 DIN 931
533 4010
513 4002
8 DIN 471
M8 DIN 936
M8x40 ISO 7380
533 4040
M8x10 ISO 7380
M8x25 DIN 7991
533 4051
M8x10 ISO 7380
643 4005
M8x10 ISO 7380
M8x25 DIN 7991
433 4023
433 4026
M8x14 ISO 7380
443 4010
173 4051
KB 30x12 WN-1441
173 4052
M8x20 ISO 7380
433 4024
533 507 82
M5 DIN 9021
M5x14 DIN 7985
403 4071
403 4070
(+ 4)
(x 2)
(* 2, J6)
(*2, J6)
(x 2)
(+ 18)
(+ 18)
(+ 18)
(+ 18)
(J6)
(J6)
(J6)
(EUR)
(USA)
(USA)
(x 2)
(x 2)
(EUR)
(USA)
A/C
A/D
C
A
C
A
A/C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
A/C
C
A
C
C
C
C
C
C
A
C
C
C
D
A
C
C
C
C
D
A
C
A
C
C
A
C
C
C
C
A/C
C
C
A/C
C
C
C
C
E
C
C
A
A
C
A
C
A
A
C
C
D
D
56a
56b
56c
59
60
61
63
64
69
73
76
82
**84
93
*
*
*
*
*
-
403 4084
403 4082
403 4083
403 4085
403 4086
M5 DIN 6798 I
M5x14 DIN 7985
403 4091
403 4093
M4 DIN 125
KB 35x6 WN-1442
403 470
403 471
403 4090
813 4019
663 4004
263 4004
M6x8 DIN 916
303 4007
303 4006
M6x8 DIN 916
103 4031
M8x12 DIN 933
M8x25 DIN 933
M8 DIN 125
M8x25 DIN 939
M8 DIN 985
503 4020
M3x10 DIN 7985
M3 DIN 934
443 4011
173 4050
M5 DIN 9021
M5x20 DIN 7985
343 4008
10 DIN 471
423 4059
163 4005
M8x35 ISO 7380
M8 DIN 985
513 4004
M4x10 DIN 914
533 7025
M5x14 DIN 7985
553 4013
553 4015
556 031 00
556 0001
553 100
583 4024
(EUR)
(USA)
(EUR)
(USA)
(EUR)
(USA)
(x 2)
(J6F)
(J6F)
(J6F)
(J6F)
(J6F)
(J6)
(J6F)
(J6)
D
D
D
D
D
C
C
D
D
C
C
D
D
D
D
C
C
C
A
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
A
A
C
C
C
C
A
C
C
C
C
C
A
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
List for recycling/Liste pour le recyclage/
Lista para reciclado/Informatie t.b.v. recycling
A ::
Plastic, Thermoplast/Plastique, thermoplastique/
Plástico, termoplástico/Plastic, thermoplast
B ::
Paper, carton/Papier, carton/
Papel, cartón/Papier, karton
C :: Metal/Métal/Metal/Metaal
D :: Electronics/Électronique/
Componentes electrónicos/Electronica
E ::
Other/Autres/
Otros/Andere Materialen
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