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FreeStep
™
Elliptical Recumbent Cross Trainer
Assembly Instructions & User Guide
For Zero-Impact Cardio and Muscle Toning Workouts
* Specifications may vary from this image and
are subject to change without notice.
To download and print Teeter FreeStep™ instructions, visit the product support page at teeter.com.
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Congratulations on your purchase of the Teeter FreeStep™ ! In order to utilize this product to its fullest extent, it is critical that you
follow, read, and fully understand the Assembly Instructions & User Guide. The FreeStep™ is a multiple user, reusable device for home
use, intended to provide a comfortable, zero-impact workout for adults.
For step-by-step, 3D interactive instructions, download BILT (a FREE mobile app) to your smartphone to follow along.
See Page 5 for instructions on how to download BILT.
To register your product warranty, go to teeter.com/Support/Warranty-Registration
If you have any questions concerning assembly or if any parts are missing, DO NOT RETURN THE ITEM TO THE STORE
OR CONTACT THE RETAILER. Our dedicated customer service experts can help! Contact Teeter Customer Service
at 800.847.0143, or via online forms or Live Chat at teeter.com.
Assembly Instructions
User Guide
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Use Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 – 15
Items for Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Warranty and Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Understanding Your
FreeStep™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Safety Warning Labels and Product Specifications . . . 4
Before Beginning Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Assembly Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 – 11
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: Review all steps before beginning assembly and read all precautions before using the Teeter FreeStep™.
Carefully adhere to the Assembly Instructions and User Guide to help ensure safety and product integrity.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
™
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE TEETER FREESTEP
!
WARNING
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
To reduce the risk of injury:
• Read and understand all the instructions, review all other accompanying documents, and inspect the equipment before use.
It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with the proper use of this equipment and the inherent risks of exercise equipment
if these instructions are not followed, such as, pinching, entrapment, equipment failure, or aggravating a pre‑existing medical
condition. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of the product are fully informed about the proper use of
the equipment and all safety precautions.
• ALWAYS consult with your doctor before beginning any exercise or weight‑loss program, especially if you are over the age of
35 or have any known pre‑existing medical problems. This may include injury or illness, but also the side effects of any drug or
supplement (prescribed or over-the-counter).
• The instructions and advice presented in this User Guide are in no way intended as a substitute for medical advice or counseling.
• DO NOT continue using the equipment if you feel pain, discomfort, shortness of breath, chest tightness, or become light‑headed
or dizzy while exercising. STOP and seek medical advice. Call 911 if you are having an emergency health condition.
• DO NOT use if you are over 300 lbs. (136 kg). Structural failure and physical injury could occur.
• ALWAYS ensure that all adjustable features are accurately adjusted to the users’ body proportions and all parts are fully tightened
and secured before use. ALWAYS hold the Handles or Seat Handles when mounting, dismounting, or using equipment.
• DO NOT place hands or feet near linkages while in use. The linkages are flywheel driven and can cause serious injury, entrapment,
or death. DO NOT allow pets or children to approach the linkage while it is moving.
• DO NOT place any objects within a 24” (61cm) radius of the machine. Do not place any objects or body parts behind the pivot area
of the pedals.
• ALWAYS reduce pedal speed in a controlled manner. Pedals continue to spin when you stop pedaling.
• DO NOT allow children to use this machine. Keep children, bystanders, and pets away from machine at all times and DO NOT
allow children to be left unattended in the same room at the equipment. The FreeStep™ is not intended for use by persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, unless they are given supervision and instruction concerning use of the machine
by a person responsible for their safety.
• ALWAYS wear appropriate clothing while exercising with the machine. DO NOT wear loose clothing that could get entangled in
the equipment. ALWAYS wear athletic shoes to protect feet while exercising with the machine.
• ALWAYS store indoors and on a level surface. This equipment is not intended for outdoor use.
• DO NOT use in any commercial, rental or institutional setting. This product is intended for home-use only.
• ALWAYS use this equipment only for its intended use as described in this manual. DO NOT use attachments not recommended
by manufacturer.
• DO NOT drop or insert any object into any opening or place any sharp objects near the equipment. Keep body parts, hair, loose
clothing and jewelry clear of all moving parts.
• DO NOT operate equipment while under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication that may cause drowsiness or disorientation.
• ALWAYS inspect the equipment prior to use. Make sure all fasteners are secure and adjustable settings are secure.
• ALWAYS replace defective components immediately and/or keep the equipment out of use until repair.
• ALWAYS position equipment on a level surface and away from water or ledges that could lead to accidental immersion or falls.
• ALWAYS use a damp cloth when cleaning. DO NOT use abrasive soaps or solvents to clean as this could cause damage to the machine.
• Refer to additional warning notices posted on the equipment. If a product label or User Guide should become lost, damaged or
illegible, contact Customer Service for replacement.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Items for Assembly
Items not shown to scale. Hardware drawings located on the Hardware Kit insert.
ITEM NO.
ITEM NAME
ITEM NO.
Base
SE1101
Base
Console Front Support Bar
SE1107
Console Front Support Bar
HK1047
Step 4a Hardware Kit
Rear Stabilizer
SE1102
Rear Stabilizer
HK1042
Step 1a Hardware Kit
Handle Support Tubes
SE1108
Handle Support Tube (2)
HK1048
Step 4b Hardware Kit
Rear Stabilizer Cover Set
SE1103
Rear Stabilizer Cover (2)
HK1043
Step 1b Hardware Kit
Pedals
SE1104
HK1044
Pedal Arm Joint Cover Sets
SE1109
Pedal Arm Joint Cover (4)
HK1049
Step 5 Hardware Kit
Pedal (2)
Step 2 Hardware Kit
Upper Front Leg Cover Set
SE1110
Upper Front Leg Cover (4)
HK1049
Step 5 Hardware Kit
Seat Back Assembly
SE1105
Seat Back Assembly
HK1045
Step 3a Hardware Kit
Lower Seat
SE1106
HK1046
Lower Seat
Step 3b Hardware Kit
Base
ITEM NAME
Handles
SE1111
Handle (2)
Tools
SE1112
SE1113
Allen Wrench / Screwdriver
Box-Ended Wrench
Pedals
Use with Step 2 Hardware Kit (HK1044)
Pedal Arm Joint Cover Sets
Use with Step 5 Hardware Kit
(HK1049)
SE1104
Seat Back Assembly
SE1101
Use with Step 3a
Hardware Kit (HK1045)
SE1109
Lower Seat
Use with Step 3b
Hardware Kit (HK1046)
Upper Front Leg Cover Sets
Use with Step 5 Hardware Kit
(HK1049)
Rear Stabilizer
Use with Step 1a Hardware Kit (HK1042)
SE1110
Handles
SE1102
Rear Stabilizer Cover Set
SE1105
SE1106
Console Front
Support Bar
Handle Support Tubes
Use with Step 4a
Hardware Kit (HK1047)
Use with Step 4b
Hardware Kit (HK1048)
SE1111
Tools Provided for Assembly
Use with Step 1b Hardware Kit (HK1043)
Allen Wrench /
Screwdriver
SE1103
SE1107
SE1108
SE1112
Box-Ended
Wrench
SE1113
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Understanding Your Teeter FreeStep™
Before reading further, study the drawing below to familiarize yourself with the
important components of your Teeter FreeStep™.
24
23
24
23
18
12
7
18
28
11
17
29
6
26
25
5
15
9
21
16
19
Back
3
1
4
27
13
14
20
9
10
20
10
21
22
19
22
Left
2
27
Right
8
Front
Identifying Parts and Components
3
19
Upper Pedal Arm
1
Base
10
Base Pedal Arms
20
Pedal Arm Joint Cover Sets
2
Main Support Tube
11
Lower Seat
21
Upper Front Leg Cover Sets
3
Rear Stabilizer
12
Seat Back Assembly
22
Upper Front Leg
4
Rear Stabilizer Cover Set
13
Console
23
Handle Adjustment Knobs
5
Seat Post
14
Battery Compartment
24
Handles
6
Height Adjustment Knob
15
Console Front Support Bar
25
Transport Wheels
7
Seat Handle
16
Lower Console Support Tube
26
Linkage
8
Front Crossbar
17
Speed Sensor Wire
27
Leveling Feet
9
Pedals
18
Handle Support Tubes
28
Seat Back Adjustment Knob
29
Resistance Adjustment Knob
Safety Warning Labels and Product Specifications
Important: Please review all labels and supporting materials before using your FreeStep™.
This drawing indicates the locations of the warning labels found on your product. If a label is missing, illegible or is removed,
contact Teeter Customer Service to request a complimentary replacement label.
Note: Image and labels below are not shown in actual size.
!
WARNING
PINCH POINT - DO NOT PLACE
HANDS OR FEET HERE
SE1052 1017-0
!
WARNING
Ensure that the knob is fully tightened
into a hole setting before use.
Replace labels if damaged, illegible or removed.
SE1053 1017-0
WARNING
!
38.0 in (96.5 cm)
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH MAY OCCUR IF
PRECAUTION IS NOT TAKEN. To reduce this risk:
• READ and understand the Assembly & User Instructions
before attempting to use.
• ALWAYS consult a physician before starting an exercise
regimen. DO NOT continue to use if you feel unusual pain,
dizziness, shortness of breath, chest tightness or discomfort.
• DO NOT allow children to use this machine or leave them
unattended with the product. Keep children, bystanders
and pets away when in use.
• ALWAYS reduce pedal speed in a controlled manner.
Pedals continue to spin when you stop pedaling.
• Keep body parts, hair, loose clothing and jewelry clear of
all moving parts. ALWAYS use on a level surface.
• Weight Capacity: 300 lb (136 kg). For consumer,
indoor Home-Use Only.
Replace labels if damaged, illegible or removed.
SE1050 1017-0
!
WARNING
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH MAY OCCUR IF PRECAUTION IS
NOT TAKEN. To reduce this risk:
• DO NOT allow children or pets to approach the equipment while in use.
NEVER place hands or feet near linkages while in use. The linkages are
flywheel driven and can cause serious injury, entrapment or death.
Replace labels if damaged, illegible or removed.
FreeStep
™
9713 233rd Avenue East
Bonney Lake, WA 98391
800.847.0143
teeter.com
SE1054 1017-0
US Pats: 7,815,551,
8,562,491, US Patent Pending:
2013/14048302
Canada: Pats Approved
Application 2696901
(issues 11-2015)
Europe: Application 08830164.3
CN (Utility):
ZL 201220191127.2;
ZL 201420589095.0
CN (Design):
ZL 201233139551.8
Int’l PCT/US2008/076264
54.0 in (137.2 cm)
52.5 in (133.4 cm)
SERIAL # / EN SÉRIE / NÚMERO DE SERIE
SSE-
SE1070 1117-0
Dimensions: 52.5 x 54.0 x 38.0 in (133.4 x 137.2 x 96.5 cm)
Weight (approx.): 110.0 lb (50.0 kg)
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Before Beginning Assembly
Unpack and Prepare Your Workspace
•Follow the instructions on the outside of the box for the easiest unpacking process.
•If possible, set up the product at or near the space in which you intend to use it to avoid moving it later.
•Unpack all parts and support materials. Set aside packing materials and clear your work area.
•Locate the Hardware Kit inside the box. It is labeled to correspond with the assembly process.
Plan for:
45
MIN
ASSEMBLY
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STEP 1
Assemble Rear Stabilizer
NOTE:
FIGURE 1
• Always hand tighten all the bolts or screws in each step before
fully tightening with the wrench or screwdriver.
• For reference, the Front, Back, Right and Left of the equipment
is labeled on Page 3, Understanding Your FreeStep™.
Attach Rear Stabilizer
• Remove the Base from the packaging and position it on a level
surface on the floor.
Lift
• Remove the wooden plug from the Main Support Tube in the
back of the Base and discard it.
Insert
• Lift the Base slightly from the back and insert the Rear Stabilizer
into the Main Support Tube at the back of the Base (Figure 1).
FIGURE 2
108
Bolt
9
Spring Washer
8
Washer
•Use the Step 1a Hardware Kit to attach the Rear Stabilizer.
First hand tighten 6 × Bolts with 6 × Spring washers and
6 × Washers on the Rear Stabilizer Joint. The Spring Washers should
always be on the outside and closer to the bolt than the Washers.
Use the Allen wrench to fully tighten each bolt (Figure 2).
Attach Rear Stabilizer Cover Set
• Locate the Rear Stabilizer Cover Set, noting the Right and Left
markings, and the Step 1b Hardware Kit.
•Attach the Right Rear Stabilizer Cover by loosely tightening the 1
x Machine Screw (Figure 3).
Step 1a Hardware
•Attach the Left Rear Stabilizer Cover to the Right by joining the
alignment pegs and pushing together for a snug fit.
FIGURE 3
•Insert 1 x Machine Screw to secure the Left Rear Stabilizer, then
finish tightening both Machine Screws with the Screwdriver.
FIGURE 3a
Step 1b Hardware
Machine Screw 61
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STEP 2
Assemble Pedals
Pedal Installation
FIGURE 4
• Locate the Seat Post and raise it to the highest position
by pulling up on the Seat Handle (Figure 4).
7
Pull Handle
!
6
CAUTION
5 and when lifting heavy objects.
Use caution to avoid tipping
IONS
4
• To have better access while installing the pedals, position
the FreeStep™ to rest on its back side by lifting up on the
Front Crossbar and rotating on the Rear Stabilizer until the
Seat Post is resting on the ground (Figure 5 and Figure 6).
DESCRIPTION
EASE FOR PATENT
FIGURE 5
• Locate the Pedals, noting Right and Left markings. Insert
both Pedals onto the corresponding Base Pedal Arm
(Figure 7).
FIGURE 6
• Use the Step 2 Hardware Kit to attach the Pedals.
Hand tighten 4 × Large Bolts with 4 × Curved Washers and
4 × Nuts with 4 × Curved Washers as shown (Figure 8).
The Curved Washers should wrap around the shape of the
Base Pedal Arm and Pedal Mount Tube.
6
Lift and Flip
FIGURE 7
5
4
• Proceed to hand tighten 4 × Bolts with 4 × Washers as
shown (Figure 8). Proceed to fully tighten all the nuts and
bolts with Allen and Box-Ended wrenches (Figure 8).
3
2
PARTS LIST
™ to
• Once the Pedals are
installed, return
the FreeStep
ITEM QTY
NET DIMENSIONS/DESCRIPTION
the upright position by lowering the Front Crossbar and
rotating on the Rear Stabilizer.
FIGURE 8
Nut
Step 2 Hardware
7
Curved Washer
109
Bolt
108
10
Large Bolt
111
1
NOTE
MATE
STEP 3
Assemble Seat
Seat Installation
FIGURE 9
108
• Locate the Lower Seat and place it upside-down on a flat
surface, such as the edge of a table. Locate the Seat Back
Assembly and line it up with the Lower Seat.
Bolt
9
Spring Washer
8
Washer
• Use the Step 3a Hardware Kit to assemble the seat parts.
Hand tighten 4 × Bolts with 4 × Spring Washers and 4 × Washers
as shown. Proceed to fully tighten the Bolts with the Allen
Wrench (Figure 9).
5
• Before attaching6the assembled Seat to the Seat Post, make
sure the Seat Post is fully raised for better access, then line the
Seat up with the Seat Post (Figure 10).
4
• Use the Step 3b Hardware Kit to attach the Seat. Hand tighten
4 × Bolts with 4 × Spring Washers and 4 × Washers as shown.
Proceed to fully tighten the Bolts with the Allen Wrench (Figure 11).
3
Step 3a Hardware
FIGURE 10
FIGURE 11
Bolt
108
Spring Washer 9
Washer 8
Step 3b Hardware
8
STEP 4
Assemble Supports
Console Front Support Bar Installation
FIGURE 12
IMPORTANT: Do not pull or pinch the Speed Sensor Wire during
the Console Front Support Bar Installation.
• Locate the Batteries (AA 1.5 V Alkaline) and install them in the
back of the Console in the Battery Compartment, noting
(+) and (-) symbols.
• Ensure that the Speed Sensor Wires remain on the outside. Align
both ends of the Console Front Support Bar with the Lower
Console Support Tube and insert (Figure 12).
FIGURE 13
• Carefully connect the Speed Sensor Wires (Figure 13).
• Use the Step 4a Hardware Kit to attach the Console Front
Support Bar. Hand tighten 4 × Bolts with 4 × Curved Washers as
shown. The Curved Washers should wrap around the shape of
the Lower Console Support Tube. Proceed to fully tighten the
Bolts with the Allen Wrench (Figure 14).
Handle Support Tube Installation
• Locate the Handle Support Tubes, noting Right and Left
markings. Insert the bottom of each Handle Support Tube into
the top of the Upper Pedal Arm (Figure 15).
FIGURE 14
108
Bolt
109
Curved Washer
• Use the Step 4b Hardware Kit to attach the Handle Support
Tubes. Hand tighten 8 × Bolts with 8 × Curved Washers as shown.
The Curved Washers should wrap around the shape of the Upper
Pedal Arms. Proceed to fully tighten the Bolts with the Allen
Wrench (Figure 16).
Step 4a Hardware
FIGURE 15
FIGURE 16
108
109
Bolt
Curved Washer
Step 4b Hardware
9
STEP 5
Assemble Cover Sets
Upper Front Leg Cover Sets Installation
FIGURE 17
Phillips Head
Screw
60
IMPORTANT: Make sure the Speed Sensor Wire sits under the Left
Upper Front Leg Cover Set and is not pinched during installation.
TIP: In order to gain better access to the screw holes while
assembling the Upper Front Leg Cover Sets, adjust the position of
the Pedal Arm Joints by pushing forward or pulling backward on
the Handle Support Tubes.
• Locate the Upper Front Leg Cover Sets, noting Right and Left
markings. Pair each set over the corresponding Right and Left
Upper Front Leg (Figure 17).
• Use the Step 5 Hardware Kit to install the Upper Front Leg
Cover Sets. Partially tighten 3 × Phillips Head Screws using the
Screwdriver provided on each set as shown. Ensure they are
properly aligned and proceed to fully tighten the Phillips Head
Screws with the Screwdriver
(Figure 17 and Figure 18).
Pedal Arm Joint Cover Sets Installation
• Locate the Pedal Arm Joint Cover Sets, noting Right and Left
markings. Pair each set over the corresponding Right and Left
Pedal Arm Joints (Figure 19).
Step 5 Hardware
FIGURE 18
FIGURE 19
Phillips Head
Screw
60
• Use the Step 5 Hardware Kit to install the Pedal Arm Joint Cover
Sets. Partially tighten 2 × Phillips Head Screws on each set as
shown. Ensure they are properly aligned and proceed to fully
tighten the Phillips Head Screws with the Screwdriver
(Figure 19 and Figure 20).
Step 5 Hardware
FIGURE 20
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STEP 6
Assemble Handles
Handle Installation
FIGURE 21
• Loosen the Handle Adjustment Knobs on the right and left
Handle Support Tubes by turning the knobs counter‑clockwise,
then pulling outward (Figure 21).
• Locate the Handles, noting Right and Left markings. With the
top of the handles pointing outward, insert both Handles into
the corresponding Handle Support Tube. Adjust Handles as
desired and tighten Handle Adjustment Knobs by releasing into
a hole setting and then rotating clockwise (Figure 21).
CORRECT
INCORRECT
The Right and Left Handles are
assembled correctly.
The Right and Left Handles are
switched and need to be corrected.
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
User Guide
FIGURE 22
Leveling
• Make sure your FreeStep™ is on a flat, stable surface. Locate the
3 × Leveling Feet as shown. If any of the feet are not resting flat on
the ground, rotate them clockwise to lower them until they reach
the ground (Figure 22).
FIGURE 23
Transporting
!
CAUTION
The FreeStep™ weighs 110.0 lb (50.0 kg) and should be lifted
with caution. Lifting heavy objects can cause injury.
• The Transport Wheels are located on the back of the Rear
Stabilizer. To transport, first lift from the Console Front Support
Bar and then from the Front Crossbar. Move the FreeStep™ by
rolling on the Transport Wheels as shown (Figure 23).
FIGURE 24
Adjust Handles: Height
• Loosen the Handle Adjustment Knob by turning
counter‑clockwise (Figure 24).
• The Handle Adjustment Knob is spring loaded, allowing you to
pull the knob outward and then auto‑lock it into a hole setting
when released (Figure 25).
• Pull the Handle Adjustment Knob outward while pulling or
pushing on the handle to adjust the height (Figure 26).
• Once both handles are adjusted as desired, turn the Handle
Adjustment Knobs clockwise to secure in place.
FIGURE 25
FIGURE 26
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User Guide
Adjust Handles: Rotation
FIGURE 27
• To rotate the Handles, loosen the Handle Adjustment Knob and
release by pulling outward. Rotate the Handle and lock the knob
back into place (Figure 27).
• The Handles can be locked into outward and inward settings
with 4 height adjustments each, allowing up to 8 positions total
(Figure 28a and Figure 28b).
FIGURE 28a
FIGURE 28b
OUTWARD SETTING
OUTWARD SETTING
INWARD SETTING
INWARD SETTING
Highest Position
Lowest Position
Highest Position
Lowest Position
FIGURE 29
Adjust Seat: Height
• To raise the Seat height, simply pull up on the Seat Handle
(Figure 29).
• To lower the Seat height, pull out on the Height Adjustment
Knob and push down on the Seat Handle. Release the Knob in
your desired position, then pull or push on the Handle to ensure
the Seat locks into a hole setting (Figure 30).
• To secure the Seat setting, turn the Height Adjustment Knob
clockwise (Figure 31).
FIGURE 30
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FIGURE 31
User Guide
Adjust Seat: Rotation
• To recline the Seat, push in on the Seat Back Adjustment Knob
and pull on the Seat Back. Make sure that the Seat Back locks
into a hole setting (Figure 32 and Figure 33).
FIGURE 32
FIGURE 33
Fully
Upright
Adjust Resistance
Fully
Reclined
FIGURE 34
• To increase resistance, rotate the Resistance Adjustment Knob
clockwise, and to decrease resistance, rotate it counter-clockwise
(Figure 34).
FIGURE 35
Using the Console
• When you begin to pedal, the Console will display readings based
on your performance, showing the time in seconds (TMR), calories
burned (CAL), distance in miles (DST), and speed in miles per
hour (SPD) (Figure 35).
• SCAN: While pedaling, the Console will automatically scan
through all the settings. To stop scanning automatically and to
cycle through to the setting you want to see, press the Console
Button. (Figure 35).
• RESET: To start at zero, holding down the Console button will
reset your settings.
• STOP: When you stop pedaling, the STOP will flash until you
begin pedaling again. If you are done with your workout, the
Console will automatically shut off.
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User Guide
SUGGESTED USE
Legs Only
Standard Use
Arms Only
• For a balanced, full-body workout, use
both your arms and legs to power
the FreeStep™.
• Target and tone leg muscles by
powering the FreeStep™ with only
your legs.
• Target and tone arm muscles by
powering the FreeStep™ with only
your arms.
• Adjust the handles to the outward
position. Adjust the Seat Height so your
knees are at a slight angle during the
maximum downward pedal position.
Align the Seat Back to support a straight,
upright posture.
• Adjust the Seat Height so your knees are
at a slight angle during the maximum
downward pedal position. Align the Seat
Back to a slightly reclined position to
target the glutes and quadriceps. Hold
onto the Seat Handles behind the Seat.
• Adjust the handles to the inward position.
Adjust the Seat Height so your knees are
at a slight angle while feet are resting on
the Console Front Support Bar. Align the
Seat Back to support a straight, upright
posture. Target triceps with an overhand
grip as shown, or switch to an underhand
grip to target biceps.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
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Device Holder
WARRANTY & REGISTRATION
The Teeter warranty set forth below and on Teeter’s website applies to US and Canadian customers only.
For international customers, please consult your local distributor for warranty information, which will vary
depending on country.
WARR
ED
A
IT
TY
N
LIM
Teeter warrants this product to be free from defects in workmanship and material, under
1 YEAR /
90 DAYS
BO
R
RT
P
A
S & LA
normal use and service conditions, during the period starting with the day of retail purchase and
continuing for: ninety (90) days for the base of the product (including the drive mechanism and all
moving parts therein) and one (1) year for the rest of the product (excluding the base), including
any defects in materials, workmanship, fabrics and padding. If a repair or replacement is not
commercially practical or cannot timely be made, then Teeter will, at the original Purchaser’s
option, replace the product or the applicable portion of the product with a comparable product or
refund the purchase price.
Handling and transportation costs related to product warranty service only are covered by this warranty. This warranty does
not cover damage resulting from improper handling, assembly, or installation, repairs made by others, accident, misuse,
or abuse. Under no circumstances shall Teeter, or any other party involved in the sale of this product, have any liability for
incidental or consequential damage arising from breach of an express or implied warranty on any Teeter product.
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH ABOVE, NO WARRANTY IS GIVEN WITH RESPECT TO ANY TEETER PRODUCT, AND ALL EXPRESS
WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED. To the extent this warranty is found not to be enforceable, it shall be deemed revised
to the extent necessary to make it enforceable. This warranty and any controversy or claim arising out of this warranty or
its interpretation shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington, USA. Any controversy or claim arising out of or
relating to this warranty, its interpretation, or any alleged breach thereof, which cannot be amicably settled between Teeter
and the owner within sixty (60) days of written notice by the aggrieved party to the other, shall be finally settled by arbitration
submitted to three (3) arbitrators selected from the panels of the arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association located
closest to Teeter’s principal place of business.
Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damage from a warranty, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above
limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may
vary from state to state. This warranty is completely transferable to any and all future owners of this product, provided no
alterations have been made to the product.
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR REGISTRATION:
Step 1
Fill out this information for your own records.
Step 2
Go online to teeter.com to register your warranty.
Date of Purchase
Product & Model
Dealer Name
Serial No.
If you are unable to go online, you can request a warranty card to be mailed to you by calling Customer Service at 800-847-0143.
Please DO NOT mail this to Teeter.
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EP-970 Inversion Table
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