570
This product is compliant with the
applicable CE requirements.
ASSEMBLY MANUAL / OWNER’S MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions 3
Safety Warning Labels / Serial Number
6
Earthing Instructions
7
Emergency Stop Procedure
7
Specifications
8
Before Assembly
8
Parts9
Hardware10
Tools10
Assembly11
Moving the Machine
22
Unfolding the Machine
23
Leveling the Machine
24
Features25
Console Features
26
Operations32
Getting Started
32
Power Up / Idle Mode
33
Quick Start Program
34
User Profiles
34
Profile Programs
36
Compare Pacer Display
40
Fitness Score Display
40
Pausing or Stopping
42
Results / Cool Down Mode
42
GOAL TRACK Statistics
42
Console Setup Mode
44
Maintenance45
Cleaning
45
Adjusting the Walking Belt
46
Aligning the Walking Belt
46
Lubricating the Walking Belt
47
Maintenance Parts
49
Troubleshooting51
To validate warranty support, keep the original proof of purchase and record the following information:
Serial Number __________________________
Date of Purchase ____________________
To register your product warranty, contact your local distributor.
For details regarding product warranty or if you have questions or problems with your product, please contact
your local Schwinn distributor. To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
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or otherwise protected by common law. Schwinn, the Schwinn Quality logo, Schwinn 570, Schwinn Connect, Bowflex, Nautilus, and Universal are
trademarks owned by or licensed to Nautilus, Inc. Polar®, OwnCode®, MyFitnessPal®, WD-40®, and Lube-N-Walk® are trademarks of their respective
owners.
ORIGINAL MANUAL - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Obey the following warnings:
Read and understand all warnings on this machine.
Carefully read and understand the Assembly instructions. Read and understand the complete Manual. Keep
the Manual for future reference.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock or unsupervised usage of the equipment, always unplug this machine
from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.
To decrease the risk of burns, electric shock, or injury to persons, read and understand the complete Owner’s Manual. Failure to follow these guidelines can cause a serious or possibly fatal electrical shock or other serious injury.
• Keep bystanders and children away from the product you are assembling at all times.
• Do not connect power supply to the machine until instructed to do so.
• The machine should never be left unattended when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use, and before putting on
or taking off parts.
• Before each use, examine the machine for damage to power cord, loose parts or signs of wear. Do not use if found in this
condition. Contact your local distributor for repair information.
• Not intended for use by persons with medical conditions where those conditions may impact the safe operation of the
treadmill or pose a risk of injury to the user.
• Do not drop or put objects into any opening of the machine.
• Never operate this treadmill with the air openings blocked. Keep the air openings free of lint, hair and the like.
• Do not assemble this machine outdoors or in a wet or moist location.
• Make sure assembly is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps
involving these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
• Set up this machine on a solid, level, horizontal surface.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of this machine. This could compromise the safety of this machine and will
void the warranty.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Schwinn replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine
replacement parts can cause a risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and void the warranty.
• Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Manual.
• Use this machine only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer.
• Do all assembly steps in the sequence given. Incorrect assembly can lead to injury or incorrect function.
• Connect this machine to a properly earthed outlet only (see Earthing Instructions).
• Keep the power cord away from heat sources and hot surfaces.
• Do not operate where aerosol products are being used.
• To disconnect, turn all controls to the off position, then remove plug from outlet.
• This product contains magnets. Magnetic fields can interfere with the normal use of certain medical devices at a close
range. Users may come into proximity of the magnets in the assembly, maintenance, and/or use of the product. Given
the obvious importance of these devices, such as a pacemaker, it is important that you consult with your medical provider
in connection with the use of this equipment. Please consult the “Safety Warning Labels and Serial Number” section to
determine the location of the magnets on this product.
• SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Before using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
Read and understand the complete Manual. Keep the Manual for future reference.
ead and understand all warnings on this machine. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or
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dislodged, contact your local distributor for replacement labels.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock or unsupervised usage of the equipment, always unplug the power cord
from the wall outlet and the machine and wait 5 minutes before cleaning, maintaining or repairing the machine. Place the
power cord in a secure location.
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Children must not be let on or near to this machine. Moving parts and other features of the machine can be dangerous to
children.
Not intended for use by anyone under 14 years of age.
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated or
measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
Before each use, examine this machine for damage to power cord, power receptacle, loose parts or signs of wear. Do not
use if found in this condition. Contact your local distributor for repair information.
Maximum user weight limit: 136 kg ( 300 lbs. ). Do not use if you are over this weight.
Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. This machine contains moving parts. Do not put fingers or other objects into
moving parts of the exercise equipment.
Always wear rubber soled athletic shoes when you use this machine. Do not use the machine with bare feet or only
wearing socks.
Set up and operate this machine on a solid, level, horizontal surface.
Use caution when you step on and off the machine. Use the supplied foot support platforms for stability before walking on
the moving belt.
Disconnect all power before servicing this machine.
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Do not operate this machine outdoors or in moist or wet locations.
Keep at least 0.6 m ( 24” ) on each side of the machine and 2 m ( 79” ) behind the machine clear. This is the
recommended safe distance for access and passage around and emergency dismounts from the machine. Keep third
parties out of this space when machine is in use.
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Do not over exert yourself during exercise. Operate the machine in the manner described in this manual.
Perform all regular and periodic maintenance procedures recommended in the Owner’s Manual.
Read, understand, and test the Emergency Stop Procedure before use
Keep the walking belt clean and dry.
Do not drop or put objects into any opening of the machine.
Do not stand on machine motor cover or front trim cover.
Keep power cord away from heat source and hot surfaces.
This machine must be connected to an appropriate, dedicated electrical circuit. Nothing else must be connected to the
circuit.
Always connect the power cord to a circuit capable of handling at least 10 amperes with no other loads applied.
Connect this machine to a correctly earthed outlet; consult a licensed electrician for assistance.
Do not operate where aerosol products are being used.
Do not let liquids touch the electronic controller. If it does, the controller must be inspected and tested for safety by an
approved technician before it can be used again.
Do not remove the machine motor cover, dangerous voltages are present. The components are serviceable only by
approved service personnel.
The electrical wiring for the residence in which the machine will be used must obey the applicable local and provincial
requirements.
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Exercise on this machine requires coordination and balance. Be sure to anticipate that changes in belt speed and incline
angle of deck can occur during workouts, and be attentive in order to avoid loss of balance and possible injury
A machine should never be left unattended when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use, and before putting on
or taking off parts.
Use this machine only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments not recommended by the
manufacturer.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use
of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
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SAFETY WARNING LABELS AND SERIAL
NUMBER
Product Specification
Serial Number
WARNING: keep young children
away from this machine at all
times. Contact with the moving
surface may result in severe
friction burns.
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Earthing Instructions
This product must be electrically earthed. If a malfunction occurs, correct earthing decreases the risk of electric shock. The
power cord is equipped with an equipment-earthing conductor, and must be connected to an outlet that is properly installed
and earthed.
The electrical wiring must comply with all applicable local and provincial standards and requirements.
Incorrect connection of the equipment-earthing conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Consult a
licensed electrician if you are not sure that the machine is correctly earthed. Do not change the plug on the
machine – if it does not fit the outlet, have a correct outlet installed by a licensed electrician.
If you connect the machine to an outlet with RCBO (Residual-Current circuit Breaker with Overload protection), machine
operation can cause the circuit to trip. A Surge Protector Device is recommended to protect the machine.
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If a Surge Protector Device (SPD) is used with this machine, be sure that it matches the power rating of this equipment
(220-240V AC). Do not connect other appliances or devices to the surge protector in combination with this machine.
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.
Emergency Stop Procedure
The Treadmill machine is equipped with a Safety Key that can prevent serious injury, as well as prevent children from playing
with and/or being injured on the machine. If the Safety Key is not correctly inserted into the Safety Key Port, the belt will not
operate.
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Always attach the Safety Key Clip to your clothing during your workout.
When you use the machine, only remove the Safety Key in an emergency. When the key is removed while the machine
is in operation, it will stop quickly, which could cause the loss of balance and possible injury.
For safe storage of the machine, and to prevent unsupervised operation of the machine, always remove the Safety Key
and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet and the AC input. Place the power cord in a secure location.
The Console will display “ + SAFETY KEY ”, or add Safety Key, for a Safety Key fault. The Treadmill machine will not start a
Workout, or will end and clear an active Workout, when the Safety Key is removed. Inspect the Safety Key and be sure it is
connected to the Console correctly.
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SPECIFICATIONS / BEFORE ASSEMBLY
136 kg (300 lbs)
Maximum User Weight: Total Surface Area (footprint) of equipment: 17522.4 cm2
146.3 cm
( 57.6” )
196 cm
( 77.2” )
89.4 cm
( 35.2” )
Power Requirements: Operational Voltage: Operating Current: 220V - 240V AC, 50Hz
8A
Maximum Inclined Deck Height: 43.7 cm (17.2 inches)
Assembled Weight: Approx. 97.5 kgs (215 lbs)
Sound Emission: Less than 70 db average without load. Noise emission under load is higher than without load.
Complies with the following:
ISO 20957 Compliant SAA Compliant
DO NOT dispose of this product as refuse. This product is to be recycled. For proper disposal of this product,
please follow the prescribed methods at an approved waste center.
Before Assembly
Select the area where you are going to set up and operate your machine. For safe operation, the location must be on a
hard, level surface. Allow a workout area of a minimum 211.3 cm x 396.7 cm ( 83.2” x 156.2” ). Be sure that the workout
space you are utilizing has adequate height
3.97m ( 156.2” )
clearance, taking into consideration the
height of the user and the maximum incline
of the machine.
0.6m
( 24” )
Basic Assembly Tips
Follow these basic points when you as2.11m
semble your machine:
( 83.2” )
• Read and understand the “Important
2m
Safety Instructions” before assembly.
( 79” )
• Collect all the pieces necessary for
each assembly step.
• Using the recommended wrenches, turn
the bolts and nuts to the right (clockwise) to tighten, and the left (counterclockwise) to loosen, unless instructed
otherwise.
0.6m
( 24” )
• When attaching 2 pieces, lightly lift and look through the bolt holes to help insert the bolt through the holes.
• The assembly can require 2 people.
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PARTS
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16
14
15
13
11
3
2
12
9
4
8
5
7
*
10
6
Item
Qty
1
1
2
Description
Item
Qty
Description
Console Assembly
10
1
Heart Rate Chest Strap
1
Console Backing
11
1
Upright, Left
3
1
Upright, Right
12
1
Handlebar Shroud, Lower Left
4
1
Handlebar Shroud, Upper Right
13
1
Handlebar Shroud, Upper Left
5
1
Handlebar Shroud, Lower Right
14
1
Tray, Left
6
1
Base Shroud, Right
15
1
Tray, Right
7
1
Base Assembly ( * )
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1
Safety Key
8
1
Base Shroud, Left
17
1
Media Cable (not shown)
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1
Power Cord
18
1
Silicone Lubricant, Bottle (not shown)
DO NOT CUT the Shipping Strap on the Base Assembly until it has been placed face up as shown in
the appropriate work space ( * ).
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HARDWARE / TOOLS
A
Item
Qty
A
4
B
B
C
Description
D
E
F
G
Item
Qty
Description
Socket Head Hex Screw, M8x50
E
12
Lock Washer, M8
8
Socket Head Hex Screw, M8x16
F
12
Flat Washer, M8
C
12
Phillips Head Screw, M5x14
G
10
Self Tapping Screw, M4.2x16
D
4
Self Tapping Screw, M3.9x16
Tools
Included #2
6 mm
6 mm
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ASSEMBLY
DO NOT CUT the Shipping Strap on the Base Assembly until it has been placed face up as shown in
the appropriate work space.
1. Fold the Walking Deck on the Base Assembly
Cut the Shipping Strap on the Base Assembly. Make sure that there is safe clearance around, on and above your treadmill.
Make sure there is no object to spill or cause blockage from the fully folded position. Be sure there is adequate height clearance for the raised deck.
Using the support bar found below the rear of the walking belt, lift the walking deck fully upward and engage the hydraulic lift.
Be sure that the hydraulic lift is correctly locked in place.
Use proper safety precautions and lifting techniques. Bend your knees and elbows, keep your back straight and pull up
equally with both arms. Make sure that your own physical strength is capable of lifting the walking deck until it engages
the locking mechanism. Use a second person if necessary.
Do not use the walking belt or rear roller to lift the treadmill. These parts do not lock in place and can abruptly move.
Injury to you or damage to the machine can occur.
ake sure that the locking mechanism is engaged. Carefully pull back on the Walking Deck and make sure that it does not
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move. When you do this, keep clear of movement path in case the treadmill lock is not engaged.
Do not lean against the treadmill when it is folded. Do not put items on it that could cause it to become unstable or fall.
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2. Connect the Input/Output (I/O) Cables and Attach the Uprights to Frame
Note: D
o not crimp cables. Do not fully tighten Hardware until instructed.
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11
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3
X4
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A
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3. Unfold the Walking Deck
Slightly push the walking deck forward toward the front of the machine. With your left foot lightly push the top part of the
hydraulic lift forward until the locking tube releases and you can pull the walking deck slightly toward the rear of the machine.
Hold up the rear of the walking deck, and move to the side of the machine.
Keep clear of the movement path of the walking deck.
The hydraulic lift is set up to drop lightly. Hold onto the walking deck until approximately 2/3 of the movement down. Make
sure that you use proper lifting technique; bend your knees and keep your back straight. The walking deck can possibly drop
quickly in the last part of the movement.
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4. Remove the Console Backing from the Console Assembly
Note: D
ispose of the pre-installed hardware.
#2
X4
*
2
1
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5. Connect the I/O Cables and Attach the Console to Frame Assembly
Note: D
o not crimp the Cables.
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X4
F
E
B
6mm
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6. Fold the Walking Deck and tighten ALL Hardware from previous steps
7. Place the Base Shrouds onto the Frame Assembly, and then unfold the Walking Deck
Note: U
nfold the Walking Deck after the Base Shrouds have been placed onto the Frame Assembly. The Base Shrouds
do not use hardware or snap onto the Frame Assembly.
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8
6
6
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8. Attach the Upper Handlebar Shrouds to the Frame Assembly
NOTICE: T
he parts have a right (“ R ”) and left (“ L ”) mark to assist with assembly.
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4
X8
C
#2
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9. Attach the Console Backing to the Frame Assembly
NOTICE: A
ttach the hardware marked below with the ( * ) first, then the hardware with the ( ** ), followed by the remaining hardware.
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G
#2
**
*
*
**
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10. Attach the Lower Handlebar Shrouds to the Frame Assembly
NOTICE: T
he parts have a right (“ R ”) and left (“ L ”) mark to assist with assembly.
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D
#2
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11. Snap the Trays into the Console Assembly
NOTICE: Tray edges should be flush with the face of Console.
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12. Connect the Power Cord and Safety Key to the Frame Assembly
Connect this machine to a properly earthed outlet only (see Earthing Instructions).
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13. Final Inspection
Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and components are properly assembled.
Be sure to record the serial number in the field provided at the front of this manual.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and inspected for correct performance in accordance with the Owner’s
Manual.
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BEFORE YOU START
Moving the Machine
The machine can be moved by one or more persons. Use caution when you move the machine. The treadmill is heavy
and can be awkward. Make sure that your own physical strength is capable of moving the machine. Use a second
person if necessary.
1.Make sure that the power switch is turned Off, and the power cord is disconnected.
Never lift the front of the machine for moving or transport. Rotating or moving parts can pinch, resulting in personal
injury.
2.You must fold the treadmill before you move it. Never move the treadmill if it is not folded.
3.Make sure that there is safe clearance around, on and above your treadmill. Make sure there is no object to spill or cause
blockage from the fully folded position.
Be sure there is adequate height clearance for the raised deck.
4.Using the support bar found below the rear of the walking belt, lift the wallking deck fully upward and engage the
hydraulic lift. Be sure that the hydraulic lift is correctly locked in place
Use proper safety precautions and lifting techniques. Bend your knees and elbows, keep your back straight and pull up
equally with both arms. Make sure that your own physical strength is capable of lifting the walking deck until it engages
the locking mechanism. Use a second person if necessary.
Do not use the walking belt or rear roller to lift the treadmill. These parts do not lock in place and can abruptly move.
Injury to you or damage to the machine can occur.
5.Make sure that the locking mechanism is engaged. Carefully pull back on the walking deck and make sure that it does
not move. When you do this, keep clear of movement path in case the treadmill lock is not engaged.
Do not lean against the treadmill when it is folded. Do not put items on it that could cause it to become unstable or fall.
Do not connect the power cord or try to operate the treadmill in the folded position.
6.Carefully tilt the base frame of the folded treadmill a small distance back on the transport wheels while grasping the
support bar.
Do not use the Console, handlebars, or lifted walking deck to lift or move the treadmill. Damage to the treadmill can
occur.
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Keep clear of the movement path of the lifted walking deck.
7.Roll the machine on the transport wheels to its new location.
Do not put objects where the walking deck would be if lowered.
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ove the machine carefully so that it does not hit other objects. This can damage the Console operation.
8.Prior to use, refer to the “Unfolding the Machine” procedure in this manual.
Unfolding the Machine
1.Make sure there is sufficient space to lower the walking deck.
Keep a minimum clearance behind the machine of 79” (2 m) and 24” (0.6 m) on each side. This is the recommended
safe distance for access, movement and emergency dismounts from the machine.
Place the machine on a clean, hard, level surface, free from unwanted material or other objects that may hamper your
ability to move freely with a sufficient clear workout area. A rubber mat below the machine is recommended to prevent
electrostatic discharge and protect your floor.
Be sure that the workout space you are utilizing has adequate height clearance, taking into consideration the height of
the user and the maximum incline of the deck.
2.Make sure there is no object on or around the treadmill to spill or cause blockage from the fully unfolded position.
3.Slightly push the walking deck forward toward the console. With your left foot lightly push the top part of the hydraulic lift
forward until the locking tube releases and you can pull the walking deck away from the console. Hold up the rear of the
walking deck, and move to the side of the machine.
Keep clear of the movement path of the walking deck.
4.The hydraulic lift is set up to drop lightly. Hold onto the walking deck until approximately 2/3 of the movement down.
Make sure that you use proper lifting technique; bend your knees and keep your back straight. The walking deck can
possibly drop quickly in the last part of the movement.
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Leveling the Machine
The machine needs to be leveled if your workout area is uneven. To adjust:
1.Place the machine in your workout area.
2.Adjust the levelers until they all contact the floor.
Do not adjust the levelers to such a height that they detach or unscrew from the machine. Injury to you or
damage to the machine can occur.
3.Adjust until the machine is level.
Make sure the machine is level and stable before you exercise.
Treadmill Belt
Your treadmill comes equipped with a durable, high quality walking belt designed to provide many hours of reliable service.
The walking belt on a treadmill that has not been operated for a length of time, either in factory packaging or after assembly,
can exhibit a “thumping” noise when started. This is due to the belt taking on the curve of the front and rear rollers. This is a
common occurrence and does not indicate a problem with your machine. After the treadmill has been used for a short period
of time the thumping noise will discontinue. The amount of time will vary depending on the temperature and humidity of the
environment where the treadmill is placed.
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FEATURES
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J
K
L
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USB Port
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Walking Belt and Deck
B
MP3 Input
O
Dampener
C
Media Tray
P
Hydraulic Lift
D
Speaker
Q
Transport Wheel
E
Console
R
Leveler
F
Fan
S
Base
G
Storage Tray
T
Motor Cover
H
Emergency Safety Key Port
U
Uprights
I
Contact Heart Rate (CHR) Sensors
V
Power Switch
J
Ergo Bar
W
AC Inlet
K
Handlebar
X
Telemetry Heart Rate (HR) Receiver (not shown)
L
Heart Rate Chest Strap
Y
Media Cable (not shown)
M
Side Foot Support Rails
Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercising may result in serious injury or death. If
you feel faint stop exercising immediately.
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Console Features
The Console provides important information about your workout and lets you control the resistance levels while you exercise.
The Console features touch control buttons to navigate you through the exercise programs.
Fitness Score Display
Goal Display
Pacer Icon
User Indicator
Lights
INCLINE
0-15%
SPEED
mph km/h
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Pre-Set
Incline
Buttons
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Fitness Score
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8
6
5
5
2
0
INCLINE
START Button
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INCLINE
Adjustment
Buttons
Console Display
COMPARE
Button
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12
8
Incline Enter
Button
User Placement
Display
USER Button
12.8
9.6
Pre-Set Speed
Buttons
8.0
4
6.4
2
3.2
Speed Enter
Button
PROGRAMS
PAUSE/STOP Button
Button
Fan Button
SPEED Adjustment
Buttons
Pacer Icon- represents the location of the Pacer during the Workout.
User Indicator Lights- The User indicator lights show where the User is in relation to the Pacer during the Workout.
Fitness Score Display- The Fitness Score Display shows the current Fitness Score of the selected User Profile.
Goal Display-The Goal Display shows the selected type of goal (Distance, Time or Calories) and the value for it.
User Placement Display- The User Placement Display shows the difference between the User and the Pacer. The arrows tell if
the User is in front (UP arrow) or behind (DOWN arrow) the Pacer.
COMPARE button- Push to select the desired Workout Pacer: Average, Best, or off.
USER button- Push to select the desired User Profile. The Active User Display will adjust
Increase () button- Increases the current value or moves through the options available
Left () button- Shifts the currently active segment, and moves through options
OK button- Confirms information or a selection
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Decrease () button- Decreases the current value, or moves through the options available
Right () button- Shifts the currently active segment, and moves through options
PROGRAMS button- Selects a category of workout programs
Pre-Set Incline buttons- Selects an incline value for the Walking Deck. After pushing a Pre-Set Incline button, push the Incline
Enter button within 12 seconds for the Walking Deck to be adjusted to the desired incline.
Incline Enter button- Activates the incline motor to adjust the Walking Deck to the selected Pre-Set Incline value.
CLINESTART button- Begins a Quick Start workout, begins a Program Workout after customized for the User, or resumes a paused SPE
15% workout.
mph km
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FAN button- Controls 3-speed fan
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PAUSE / STOP button- Pauses an active workout, ends a paused workout, or exits to the previous menu
Pre-Set
F i t nSpeed
e s s Sbuttonsc o r e Selects a speed value for the Walking Belt. After pushing a Pre-Set Speed button, push the Speed
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Enter
button within 12 seconds for the Walking Belt to be adjusted to the desired speed.
Speed Enter button- Adjusts the speed of the Walking Belt to the selected Pre-Set Speed value.
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10
8
LCD Display Data
6
5
Program Profile Display
4
Workout Category
Heart Rate
Zone Display
2
Option Guides
Active User Display
Program Profile Display
The Program Profile Display shows the course profile for the workout program. A course profile has 16 columns, or segments.
The course profile has two variables for each segment: incline (hexagons, upper) and speed (arrows, lower).
The more intense the incline or speed setting, the higher the level for that segment. The flashing segment shows your current
interval.
INCLINE
SPEED
Heart Rate Zone Display
The Heart Rate Zone shows which zone the current heart rate value falls into for the current User. These Heart Rate Zones
can be used as a workout guide for a certain target zone (max, anaerobic, aerobic, fat burn, and warm up).
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only. The heart rate displayed on the console
is an approximation and should be used for reference only.
Note: If no heart rate is detected, the Heart Rate Zone display will be blank.
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Option Guides
The Option Guides inform the User where they are in a list of options with the MORE and PREVIOUS Options.
If the MORE Options (decrease arrow) is active, then there are additional options that can be viewed by pushing the Decrease
() button. The MORE Options (decrease arrow) is active until the User reaches the end of the list. When the User is at the
end of the options list, the MORE Options (decrease arrow) will deactivate and the Decrease () button will not provide further
options.
The PREVIOUS Options (increase arrow) is active as soon as the User begins moving through the list. Use the Increase ()
button to see the previous options.
Active User Display
The Active User Display shows which User Profile is currently selected.
Time / Lap (Time)
The TIME display field shows the total time count of the workout, the average Time for the User Profile, or the total operational
time of the machine.
Note: The maximum time for a Quick Start workout is 9 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds (9:59:59).
The Lap (Time) display shows the time count for the just completed Lap. During a workout, this workout value is only displayed when a Lap is completed.
Distance / Lap (Count)
The Distance display shows the distance count (miles or km) in the workout.
The Lap (Count) display shows the total number of Laps completed during the workout. During a workout, this workout value
is only displayed when a Lap is completed, or during the Workout Results mode (completed Laps only, no decimals).
Note: T
he distance of a Lap can be customized for each User in the Edit User Profile mode. The default is 0.25 miles (0.4
km).
Heart Rate (HR) / Calories
The Heart Rate display shows the beats per minute (BPM) from the heart rate monitor. When a heart rate signal is received by
the Console, the icon will flash.
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. The heart rate displayed is
an approximation and should be used for reference only.
Calories
The Calories display field shows the estimated calories that you have burned during the workout.
Incline
The Incline display shows the current percent of Incline for the Walking Deck.
Speed / Pace
The Speed display field shows the belt speed in miles per hour (mph) or kilometers per hour (km/h).
The Pace display field shows the current time to complete a mile (or km) at the current Speed value.
Note: T
he maximum value for the Pace field is 99:59.
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Export Workout Results to USB Flash Drive
This fitness machine is equipped with a USB Port and can export your Workout Results to a USB Flash Drive. With the
Workouts exported from the fitness machine, connect the USB Flash Drive to a computer and upload the file to your Schwinn
Connect™ account.
Note: U
SB Flash Drives must be formatted in FAT32 for proper functionality.
1.From the Power-Up screen, push the User button to select the desired User Profile.
2.Insert the USB Flash Drive into the USB Port on the Console.
3.The Console will display “SAVING TO USB”, and then “DO NOT REMOVE”. The current User Profile will begin to flash,
showing the Workout Results are being exported to the USB Flash Drive. Do not remove the USB Flash Drive until the
User Profile does not flash and the Console displays “REMOVE USB”.
Note: If the Workout Results on the USB Flash Drive are current, the Console will not export the file again. As more
workouts are completed, the Console will take longer to export all of the Workout Results. For longer exports, the
Console will display an export status count ( exported workouts / total number of workouts ).
4.When the export is complete the User Profile will stop flashing, the Console will display “USB COMPLETE”, followed by
the “REMOVE USB” prompt. It is now safe to remove the USB Flash Drive.
5.The Console will display the Power-Up Mode screen.
If a Workout is completed with a USB Flash Drive already inserted, the Console will not export the new Workout Results until
the Console exits the Results mode and displays the Power-Up Mode screen.
Track Your Results at www.schwinnconnect.com
Take advantage of Schwinn Connect™ to see your progress over time and share your data with MyFitnessPal®. Review your
workouts and results away from the machine when convenient for you. Schwinn Connect™ allows for a workout value to be
selected and have it graphed for weekly, monthly, or yearly comparison review.
If using a USB Flash Drive to import workout results to Schwinn Connect™:
1.Insert the USB Flash Drive with your workout data into a device connected to the internet.
2.Sign in to Schwinn Connect™ at www.schwinnconnect.com.
3.Click the Upload button on the web site.
4.In the Upload File window, locate your USB Flash Drive. Select the workout data file from it, and click the upload button.
Your workout data will upload into your account.
Note: the name of the data file will either be the selected User (“ USER1.DAT “) or the name of the customized User
(example- “ JOHN.DAT “), followed by the .DAT file format.
5.To sync your workout data with MyFitnessPal®, select the Menu option in the upper left corner of the web page and
select the “Sync to MyFitnessPal® “ option.
Note: Schwinn Connect™ will automatically sync your workouts with MyFitnessPal® after the initial syncing.
A User’s Guide for Schwinn Connect™ can be found online at www.schwinnconnect.com/how-to-use/.
Chest Strap
Using the provided heart rate transmitter chest strap lets you monitor your heart rate at any time during your workout.
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
The heart rate transmitter is attached to a chest strap to keep your hands free during your workout. To put on your chest
strap:
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1.Attach the transmitter to the elastic chest strap.
2.Secure the strap around your chest with the curve of the transmitter oriented upward, just
below the chest muscles.
3.Lift the transmitter off your chest and moisten the two Grooved Electrode Areas on the
back.
4.Check that the wet electrode areas are firmly against your skin.
The transmitter will send your heart rate to the machine’s receiver and display your estimated
Beats Per Minute (BPM).
Always remove the transmitter before you clean the chest strap. Clean the chest strap regularly
with mild soap and water, and thoroughly dry it. Residual sweat and moisture may keep the transmitter active and drain the
battery in the transmitter. Dry and wipe clean the transmitter after each use.
Note: D
o not use abrasives or chemicals such as steel wool or alcohol when you clean the chest strap, as they can
damage the electrodes permanently.
If the Console does not display a heart rate value, the transmitter may be at fault. Check that the textured contact areas
on the chest strap are making contact with your skin. You may need to lightly wet the contact areas. Check that the curve
of the transmitter is oriented upward. If no signal appears or you need further assistance, contact your local distributor for
assistance.
Remote Heart Rate Monitor
Monitoring your Heart Rate is one of the best procedures to control the intensity of your exercise. Contact Heart Rate (CHR)
sensors are installed to send your heart rate signals to the Console. The Console can also read telemetry HR signals from a
Heart Rate Chest Strap Transmitter that operates in the 4.5kHz - 5.5kHz range.
Note: T
he heart rate chest strap must be an uncoded heart rate strap from Polar Electro or an uncoded POLAR® compatible model. (Coded POLAR® heart rate straps such as POLAR® OwnCode® chest straps will not work with this equipment.)
If you have a pacemaker or other implanted electronic device, consult your doctor before using a wireless chest strap or
other telemetric heart rate monitor.
Contact Heart Rate Sensors
Contact Heart Rate (CHR) sensors send your heart rate signals to the Console. The CHR sensors are the stainless steel parts
of the Handlebars. To use, put your hands comfortably around the sensors. Be sure that your hands touch both the top and
the bottom of the sensors. Hold firm, but not too tight or loose. Both hands must make contact with the sensors for the Console to detect a pulse. After the Console detects four stable pulse signals, your initial pulse rate will be shown.
Once the Console has your initial heart rate, do not move or shift your hands for 10 to 15 seconds. The Console will now
validate the heart rate. Many factors influence the ability of the sensors to detect your heart rate signal:
• Movement of the upper body muscles (including arms) produces an electrical signal (muscle artifact) that can interfere with
pulse detection. Slight hand movement while in contact with the sensors can also produce interference.
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• Calluses and hand lotion may act as an insulating layer to reduce the signal strength.
• Some Electrocardiogram (EKG) signals generated by individuals are not strong enough to be detected by the sensors.
• The proximity of other electronic machines can generate interference.
If your heart rate signal ever seems erratic after validation, wipe off your hands and the sensors and try again.
Heart Rate Calculations
Your maximum heart rate usually decreases from 220 Beats Per Minute (BPM) in childhood to approximately 160 BPM by
age 60. This fall in heart rate is usually linear, decreasing by approximately one BPM for each year. There is no indication that
training influences the decrease in maximum heart rate. Individuals of the same age could have different maximum heart rates.
It is more accurate to find this value by completing a stress test than by using an age related formula.
Your at-rest heart rate is influenced by endurance training. The typical adult has an at rest heart rate of approximately 72
BPM, whereas highly trained runners may have readings of 40 BPM or lower.
The Heart Rate table is an estimate of what Heart Rate Zone (HRZ) is effective to burn fat and improve your cardiovascular
system. Physical conditions vary, therefore your individual HRZ could be several beats higher or lower than what is shown.
The most efficient procedure to burn fat during exercise is to start at a slow pace and gradually increase your intensity until
your heart rate reaches between 50 – 70% of your maximum heart rate. Continue at that pace, keeping your heart rate in that
target zone for over 20 minutes. The longer you maintain your target heart rate, the more fat your body will burn.
The graph is a brief guideline, describing the generally suggested target heart rates based on age. As noted above, your optimal target rate may be higher or lower. Consult your physician for your individual target heart rate zone.
Note: A
s with all exercises and fitness regimens, always use your best judgment when you increase your exercise time or
intensity.
Heart Rate BPM (beats per minute)
FAT-BURNING TARGET HEART RATE
250
200
196
167
191
162
186
158
150
100
118
115
112
181
154
109
176
150
106
171
145
103
166
141
100
161
137
97
156
133
94
151
128
91
146
126
88
50
0
20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69
70+
Age
Maximum Heart Rate
Target Heart Rate Zone
(keep within this range
for optimum fat-burning)
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OPERATIONS
What to Wear
Wear rubber-soled athletic shoes. You will need the appropriate clothes for exercise that allow you to move freely.
How Often Should You Exercise
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only. The heart rate displayed on the console is an
approximation and should be used for reference only.
• 3 times a week for 30 minutes each day.
• Schedule workouts in advance and try to follow the schedule.
• Consider doing some warm-up stretches, which will help prepare your body, before your workouts.
Getting Started
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
Place the machine on a clean, hard, level surface, free from unwanted material or other objects that may hamper your
ability to move freely with a sufficient clear workout area. A rubber mat below the machine is recommended to prevent
electrostatic discharge and protect your floor.
Be sure that the workout space you are utilizing has adequate height clearance, taking into consideration the height of
the user and the maximum incline of the deck.
1.With the fitness machine in your workout area, inspect the walking belt to make sure it is centered and aligned. If
necessary, refer to the “Aligning the Walking Belt” Procedure in the Maintenance section of this manual.
The edges of the Walking Belt should be under the Side Foot Support Rails. If an edge of the Walking Belt can be
viewed do not operate the machine. Adjust the Walking Belt until the edges are not viewable and are below the Side
Foot Support Rails. Refer to the Aligning the Walking Belt Procedure.
Note: This machine is for home use only.
2.Examine below the walking belt for any objects. Be sure it is clear below the machine.
3.Connect the Power Cord to a correctly earthed AC wall outlet.
Do not step on the power cord and plug.
Note: The machine is designed to plug directly into a properly wired and earthed 220V outlet.
4.If you use the Remote Heart Rate Monitor, follow the Chest Strap directions.
5.Switch on the power. Power is now supplied to the machine.
6.Straddle the walking belt and stand on the Side Foot Support Platforms. Put the Safety Key into the Safety Key Port and
clip the Safety Key cord to your clothing.
Care should be used when mounting or dismounting the machine.
• Examine the Safety Key and be sure it is connected to the Console correctly. Note: if the Safety Key is not installed, the machine will allow the User to perform all activities except to activate the Walking
Belt. The Console will display the reminder to insert the Safety Key ( “ + SAFETY KEY” ).
• Always attach the Safety Key Clip to your clothing during workouts.
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• If there is an emergency, pull out the Safety Key to shut off the power to the Belt and Incline Motors. This will quickly
stop the belt (brace yourself- this is an abrupt stop) and clear the workout. Push the PAUSE/STOP button to stop the belt
and pause the program.
7.Push the USER button to select the desired User for the workout.
8.Select your workout using the PROGRAMS button and the Decrease/Increase buttons.
9.With your desired workout shown, push the OK button.
10. T
he Console will ask a series of questions to customize the workout. When the Console displays the “READY ?” prompt,
push the START button. The Console will display “RAMPING UP” as the Walking Belt gets up to speed. Be sure to
carefully step onto the walking belt.
The belt will only move after a 3 second, audible beep countdown.
Always use the handlebars to step on or off the treadmill, or when the incline or speed change.
If the Sound has been muted, the Console will display the “AUDIO OFF” prompt for a few seconds.
Note: Your treadmill comes equipped with a durable, high quality walking belt designed to provide many hours of reliable
service. The walking belt on a treadmill that has not been operated for a length of time, either in factory packaging or
after assembly, can exhibit a “thumping” noise when started. This is due to the belt taking on the curve of the front and
rear rollers. This is a common occurrence and does not indicate a problem with your machine. After the treadmill has
been used for a short period of time the thumping noise will discontinue. The amount of time will vary depending on the
temperature and humidity of the environment where the treadmill is placed.
Power-Up / Idle Mode
The Console will enter Power-Up / Idle Mode if it is plugged into a power source, the Power Switch turned on, and the Safety
Key is properly installed.
Note: if the Safety Key is not installed, the machine will allow the User to perform all activities except to activate the Walking
Belt. The Console will display the reminder to insert the Safety Key ( “ + SAFETY KEY” ). Once the Safety Key is installed,
the START button will need to be pushed again to begin the selected Workout.
Auto Shut-Off (Sleep Mode)
If the Console does not receive any input in approximately 5 minutes, it will automatically shut off. The LCD display is off while
in Sleep Mode.
To disconnect, turn all controls to the off position, and then remove plug from outlet.
Initial Setup
During the first power-up, the Console should be set up with the date, time, and the preferred units of measurement.
1.Date: Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to adjust the currently active value (flashing). Push the Left/Right buttons to
change which segment is the currently active value (month / day / year).
2.Push OK to set.
3.Time: Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to adjust the currently active value (flashing). Push the Left/Right buttons to
change which segment is the currently active value (AM or PM / hour / minute).
4.Push OK to set.
5.Units of Measurement: Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to adjust between “MILES” (Imperial English) or “KM” (metric).
6.Push OK to set. The Console goes to the Power-Up Mode screen.
Note: To adjust these selections, consult the “Console Set-Up Mode” section.
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Quick Start ( Manual ) Program
The Quick Start ( Manual ) program lets you start a workout without entering any information.
During a Manual Workout, each column represents a 2 minute time period. The active column will advance across the screen
every 2 minutes. If the workout lasts for more than 32 minutes, the active column is fixed on the farthest column on the right
and pushes the previous columns off the display.
1. Stand on the Side Foot Support Platforms.
2.Push the User button to select the correct User profile. If you do not have a User profile set up, you can select a User
profile that has no customized data (default values only).
3. Push the START button to start the Manual program.
Note: The Safety Key must be installed for a workout to begin. if not installed, the Console will display ,” + SAFETY KEY “.
The Console will display “RAMPING UP” as the Walking Belt gets up to speed.
4.To change the Incline or Speed level, push the appropriate Increase or Decrease buttons. The time will count up from
00:00.
Note: The maximum time for a Quick Start workout is 9 hours, 59 minutes and 59 seconds (9:59:59).
5.When done with your workout, push PAUSE/STOP to pause the workout. Push PAUSE/STOP again to end the workout.
Note: The workout results are recorded to the current User Profile.
User Profiles
The Console lets you store and use 4 User Profiles. The User Profiles automatically record the workout results for each workout,
and allow the workout data to be reviewed.
The User Profile stores the following data:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ame—up to 13 characters
N
Weight
Height
Age
Gender
Lap Distance
Scan
Value (Customized Workout Display)
Select a User Profile
Every workout is saved to a User Profile. Be sure to select the proper User Profile before starting a workout. The last User that
completed a workout will be the default user.
User Profiles are assigned the default values until they are customized by editing. Be sure to edit the User Profile for more
accurate calorie and heart rate information.
Edit User Profile
1.From the Power-Up Mode screen, push the User buttons to select one of the User Profiles.
2.Push the OK button to select the User Profile.
3.The Console display shows the GOAL TRACK prompt. Push the Increase() button.
4.The Console display shows the EDIT prompt and the current User Profile name. Push OK to start the Edit User Profile
option.
To exit the User Profile options, push the PAUSE/STOP button and the Console will go back to the Power-Up Mode
screen.
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5.
The Console display shows the NAME prompt and the current User Profile name.
Note: The User name will be blank if this is the first edit. The name of a User Profile is limited to 13 characters.
The currently active segment will flash. Use the Increase/Decrease buttons to move through the alphabet and blank space
(found between A and Z). To set each segment, use the Left() or Right() buttons to shift between segments.
Push the OK button to accept the displayed User name.
6.To edit the other User data (WEIGHT, HEIGHT, AGE, GENDER), use the Increase/Decrease buttons to adjust, and push OK
to set each entry.
Note: The User BMI is displayed on the HEIGHT prompt in the TIME display field.
The BMI Measurement is a useful tool that shows the relationship between weight and height that is associated with body fat
and health risk. The table below gives a general rating for the BMI score:
Underweight
Below 18.5
Normal
18.5 – 24.9
Overweight
25.0 – 29.9
Obesity
30.0 and above
Note: T
he rating may overestimate body fat in athletes and others who have a muscular build. It may also underestimate
body fat in older persons and others who have lost muscle mass.
Contact your doctor for more information about Body Mass Index (BMI) and the weight that is appropriate for you. Use
the values calculated or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
7.The Console display shows the LAP DISTANCE prompt. This option controls the length of distance for a LAP during a
workout. Use the Increase/Decrease buttons to adjust the LAP distance value. The default is “0.25” miles (or 0.4 km).
Push the OK button to set the LAP distance value.
8.The Console display shows the SCAN prompt. This option controls how the workout values are displayed during a workout.
The “ON” setting allows the Console to automatically display, or scan, between the workout values every 4 seconds. The
“OFF” setting allows the user to push the RIGHT or LEFT buttons to view the other workout values when desired.
The default is “ON”.
Push the OK button to set how the workout values are displayed.
9.The Console shows the workout display VALUE prompt. This option controls if a workout value is displayed during a
workout. The “ON” setting allows the Console to display the workout value, an “OFF” setting disables the workout value
during a workout.
The Console flashes the active workout value ( either Time, Lap (Time), Distance, Lap (Count), Heart Rate, Calories, or Pace
) and states the current setting: “VALUE - ON” or “VALUE - OFF”. Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to change
the current setting, and push the Left() or Right() buttons to shift the active workout value.
Note: The Incline and Speed workout values cannot be disabled.
The default is “VALUE - ON” for all workout values. When done with modifying which workout values are displayed, push
the OK button to set the Console.
10.The Console display shows the WIRELESS HR prompt. If you are using the Console speakers at their higher settings and
/ or using a larger sized personal electronic device, the Console may show Heart Rate interference. This option allows the
Telemetry Heart Rate Receiver to be deactivated blocking the interference.
The Upper Display shows the current value setting: “ON” or “OFF”. Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to change
the value. The default is “ON”.
Push the OK button to set the Telemetry Heart Rate Receiver to active.
11.The Console will go to the Power-Up Mode screen with the user selected.
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Reset a User Profile
1.
From the Power-Up Mode screen, push the User button to select one of the User Profiles.
2.
Push the OK button to select the User Profile.
3. The Console display shows the GOAL TRACK prompt. Push the Decrease () button to change the prompt.
Note: To exit the User Profile options, push the PAUSE/STOP button and the console will go back to the Power-Up Mode
screen.
4.
The Console display shows the RESET prompt and the current User Profile name. Push OK to start the Reset User Profile
option.
5. The Console will now confirm the request to reset the User profile (the default selection is ‘RESET - NO’). Push the
Increase() or Decrease() buttons to adjust the selection.
6. Push OK to make your selection.
7.
The Console will go to the Power-Up Mode screen.
Changing Incline Levels
Push the Incline Level Increase() or Decrease() buttons to change the incline angle of
the Deck at any time with the Safety Key installed. To rapidly change the incline level push
the desired Pre-Set Incline Button, and then the Incline Enter Button. The Deck will adjust
to the selected incline level.
Note: After a Pre-Set Incline Button is pushed, the Incline Enter Button must be
pushed within 12 seconds.
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Be sure the area below the machine is clear before lowering the Deck. Fully lower the
Deck after each workout.
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Exercise on this machine requires coordination and balance. Be sure to anticipate
that changes in belt speed and incline angle of deck can occur during workouts, and
be attentive in order to avoid loss of balance and possible injury.
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Be sure that the workout space you are utilizing has adequate height clearance, taking into
consideration the height of the user and the maximum height of the fully inclined Deck.
Changing Speed Levels
Push the Speed Level Increase() or Decrease() buttons to change the Belt Speed at any time in a workout program. To
rapidly change the Speed level push the desired Pre-Set Speed Button, and then the Speed Enter Button. The Walking Belt
will adjust to the desired speed.
Note: After a Pre-Set Speed Button is pushed, the Speed Enter Button must be pushed within 12 seconds.
Profile Programs
These programs feature different incline angles of the deck and belt speeds based on the maximum and minimum speed
supplied by the user. The user can also manually adjust the incline and speed values at any time during a workout. The Profile
Programs are organized into Categories (Quick Goal, Heart Health, Weight Control, Interval, Train, and Custom). Each Profile
Program has 16 segments allowing for a variety of workouts.
During a Profile Program, the Console will make an audio beep if the next segment of the workout has a change in
Incline or Speed. Be prepared for changes in Incline and Speed with each segment change.
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INCLINE
COMPARE:AVERAGE is automatically selected by
this program, Console uses AVG pace from
previous workout if this distance has not been
previously done.
TRAIN
1 MILE PACER
5K PACER
10K PACER
Boot Camp:
Endurance 1
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Performance
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with the first1Profile Program Workout within that Category
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2 Profile Program Workout from the Category of
displayed. Use the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to select the desired
yards
Workouts. At the end of the available Workouts for that Category, the More Options Guide (decrease arrow) will deactivate,
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INTERVAL
Fast
Burn
–
steady
pace
with
high
intensity
10K
BEST
Slow Burn
– steady pace
low intensity
Performance
FAT
BURN
1 selected with
FAT
BURN 2 2 1
COMPARE:BEST
is with
automatically
Performance
2
MILE BEST
Endurance
(moderate incline / 1
moderate
(low incline
/ low speed)
LOWspeed)
IMPACT
this program,
Console uses BEST pace from
Performance
BEST Performance 12
Default MAX SPEED5K
: 5 mph
Defaultprevious
MAX SPEED
: 5 mph
/INCLINE:
HIIT/SPEED:
workout
if this distance has not been
HIIT/SPEED
EIGHT
CONTROL
1
mph
HALLENGE
10K BEST Performance 2
previously
HIIT+INCLINE
Fat
Burn 1done.PERSONAL BEST:
FAT BURN 2:
FAT BURNCHALLENGE
1:
1 MILE BEST
Fast Burn – steady pace with high intensity
Fat Burn 2 COMPARE:BEST is automatically selected
Burn – steady pace
with low
intensity
Default with
MAX SPEEDSlow
: 2 mph
1
MILE
BEST
BURN
2: incline
FAT
BURN
2:
PERSONAL
5K
FAT BEST
BURN 1:
FAT
1: BEST:
WEIGHT
CONTROL
CHALLENGE
(moderate incline / moderate speed)
thisBURN
program,
Console uses BEST pace from FAT
(low
/ low speed)
CUSTOM
CALORIE
BURN
5K
BEST
ALORIE BURN
Fast BurnDefault
– steady
pace
Burn
with
high
intensity
paceBEST
with high intensity
COMPARE:BEST
automatically
Slow(NLS):
Burn
– steady
Slow
pace
Burn
with
– steady
lowisintensity
lowselected
intensity
10K
BEST
Default MAX SPEED
: 5 mph
FatFast
Burn
1– steady
MILE
previous
workout
ifpace
this with
distance
has
not with
been
MAX
SPEED
:1
5 mph
FAT
BURN
1: TARGET:
HEART
RATE
HR
TARGET
(SCH)
(NLS)
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each / low(low
(moderate
/ moderate
incline
speed)
/ BEST
moderate speed)
this
program,
Console
(lowfor
incline
speed)
incline
/ low
speed)uses BEST pace from (moderate incline
10K
previously
done.
INCLINE:
Fat
Burn
2
5K
BEST
Slow
Burn
– steady pace with low
CALORIE
BURN
150
BURN - 200
ption) 150
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 5 mph
MAXCALORIE
SPEED : 5 mph
previous
workout
if-: this
distance has not been
Default MAX SPEED
Default
:
5
mph
MAX
SPEED
5
mph
CUSTOM
SPEED
5EIGHT
mph CONTROL FAT BURN 2:
(low
incline
/ low speed)
CALORIE
BURN
10K
BEST
previously
done.
INTERVAL-SPD
200
INCLINE
Default MAX SPEED
: 2 mph
Fast
Burn – steady pace with high intensity
ntensity
Default
MAX SPEED : 5 mph
WEIGHT
CONTROL
Fat
Burn
1
(SCH)
(NLS)
SPEED
INTERVAL:
FAT
BURN
2:
FAT BURN
1:
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
BURN (SCH):
(moderate
incline / moderate speed)
CUSTOM
PROFILE:
INTERVAL-INC
300
BOTH
BURN
(NLS):
Fat
Burn
Default CALORIE
MAX SPEED
Default
: 2WEIGHT
mph
SPEED
: 2SPEED
mphlow1intensity
FAT BURN
1:
Fast Burn – steady pace with high
intensity
Fat Burn 2(willDefault
Slow
Burn
–MAX
steady
pace
with
150
CONTROL
peed is preset.
SPEED : 5 mph
use theMAX
default
C
CUSTOM
PLUS
(use brickyard
for /each
Fat
Burn
2
Burn – stea
(moderate incline / moderate Slow
speed)
(low
incline
low
speed)
MAX
SPEED
: 1 mph
brickyard
from(NLS):
next
CALORIE
BURN
200
INCLINE
Fat
Burn
1
CALORIE
BURN
(NLS):
CALORIE
BURN
Default MAX SPEED
:
7
mph
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option)
UP
ART(use
HEALTH
(lowBURN
incline
Default MAX SPEED : 5 mph FAT
Default WARM
MAX SPEED
: 5 mph
BURN
two
Workouts)
brickyard for
(use
each
brickyard
for each
(SCH)
(NLS)
300 CALORIE
Fat BOTH
Burn
2
Slow
Burn
– stea
CALORIE
BURN
(NLS):
Default
MAX
SP
COOL
DOWN
Healthy
55%
Default MAX SPEED : 2 mph
option)
option)
(SCH) BURN (NLS)
(low
incline
/ low
CALORIE
(SCH): SPEED
150 BURN
CALORIE
INCLINEfor
INTERVAL:
(use brickyard
each
Default MAX
S
Fat
Burn
65%
CALORIE
BURN - 300
Default MAX SP
150
SPEED
Incline.
is
preset.
CUSTOM
INTERVAL:
200 Speed
INCLINE
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SPEED : 2 mph
HEART HEALTH(SCH)
(NLS)
CALORIE
BURN
(SCH):
Aerobic
75%
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 7 mph
MAX SPEED : 7 mph
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
C
INCLINE
300
Healthy
55%200
150
SPEED
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
Incline.
Speed is preset.BOTH
CALORIE
BURN (NLS):
HIIT/SPEED:
Anaerobic85%
300
BOTH
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
Default MAX SPEED
: 7Fat
mphBurn
CALORIE BURN (NLS
65%
200
INCLINE
(use brickyard
for each
EART HEALTH:
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 7 mph
MAX SPEED : 7 mph
(use brickyard for ea
option)Aerobic 75%
efault MAX
SPEED : 7 mph
EART
HEALTH
300
BOTH
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
CALORIE
TERVAL
option) BURN (NLS
HEART
HEALTH
Healthy 55%
Anaerobic85%
(use brickyard for ea
M UP LOW IMPACT
Healthy
55%
option)Default MAX
Fat Burn 65%
HEART
HEALTH
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
7
mph
HIIT/SPEED:
EART RATE
TARGET:
HIIT/SPEED
Fat
Burn
65%
HEART75%
HEALTH:
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
1 mph Aerobic
INTERVAL
Healthy 55%
Default MAX
SPEED : 7 mph
INTERVAL
HIIT+INCLINE
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
Default
MAX SPEED
: 7 mph
HIIT/SPEED:
HIIT/SPEED:
Aerobic
75%
Anaerobic85%
LOW
IMPACT
Fat
Burn
65%
HEART HEALTH:
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 7 mph
MAX SPEED : 7 mph
INTERVAL-INC
(Incline)
INTERVAL-SPD
(Speed)
Anaerobic85%
LINE:
HIIT/SPEED:
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
HIIT/SPEEDAerobic 75%
SPEED
INTERVAL:
h
STOM
TERVAL
HIIT+INCLINE
Anaerobic85%
HEART RATE TARGET:
C
HR TARGET
INTERVAL
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
LOW IMPACT
Default MAX SPEED : 9 mph
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
CUSTOM
LOW IMPACT
HEART
RATE
TARGET:
HEART
RATE
TARGET:
HIIT/SPEED:
HIIT/SPEED
CUSTOM
INTERVAL
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
OW IMPACT/INCLINE:
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 7 mph
MAX SPEED : 7 mph
INTERVAL-SPD
HIIT/SPEE
HEART RATE TARGET:
HIIT+INCLINE
MAX
SPEED
: 1 mph
TARGETHIIT/SPEED
LOW IMPACT
SPEEDHR
INTERVAL:
INCLINE
INTERVAL:
INTERVAL-INC
INE: IMPACT/INCLINE:
HIIT+INCLINE
OW
HIIT/SPEE
CUSTOM
HIIT/SPEED
MAX
: 1 mph
C
h SPEED
SPEED INTERVAL:
SPEED
INTERVAL:
CUSTOM
PLUS
C
INTERVAL-DUAL
(Incline
and
Speed)
USTOM
INTERVAL-SPD
HIIT+INCLINE
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
9
mph
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
: 7 mph
WARM UP C Default MAX SPEED
SPEED INTERVAL:
HEARTINTERVAL-INC
RATECUSTOM
TARGET:
CUSTOM PROFILE: C
HR TARGET
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 9 mph
MAX SPEED
: 9 mph
COOL DOWN
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph HEART
RATE TARGE
HR
TARGET
(will
use
the
default
C
CUSTOM
CUSTOM
PLUS
CUSTOM
INCLINE
INTERVAL:
SPEED
+ INCLINE:
brickyard from next
CUSTOM
INTERVAL-SPD
HEART RATE TARGE
WARM UP HR TARGET
AX SPEED
: 5 mphtwo Workouts)
INCLINE INTERVAL:
INCLINE
INTERVAL:
C
SPEED
+ INCLINE:
SPEED INTERVAL:
INTERVAL-SPD
INTERVAL-INC
COOL
DOWN
CUSTOM
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
9
mph
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph SPEED INTERVAL:
AX SPEED : 5 mph
CUSTOM
PROFILE:
INCLINE INTERVAL:
INTERVAL-INC
C
C
C
CUSTOM PLUS
INTERVAL-SPD
(will use the default
CUSTOM INTERVAL:
Default MAX SPEED
Default
: 1 mph
MAX SPEED
: 1 mphPLUS
Default MAX SPEED : 9 mph SPEED INTERVAL:
C
CUSTOM
CUSTOM
WARM UP
INTERVAL-INC
C
brickyardPROFILE:
from next
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WARM
UP
(will
use
the
default
C
COOL DOWN
two Workouts)
CUSTOM PLUS
brickyard from next
INCLINE INTERVAL: COOL DOWN
WARM
UP
Default MAX
SPEED : 1 mph
INCLINE INTERVAL
two Workouts)
ENDURANCE 2:
previous workout if this distance has not been
[ 1299 machine ]
PERFORMANCE
1:
previously done.
EIGHT
CONTROL
Use Case 4: Programs and Their Brickyards
Fat Burn 1
FAT BURN 2:
FAT BURN 1:
Fast Burn – steady pace with high intensity
Fat Burn 2
Slow Burn – steady pace with low intensity
(moderate incline / moderate speed)
(low incline / low speed)
CALORIE
BURN
FAT BURN 2: Default MAX SPEED : 5 mph
FAT BURN 1:
Default MAX SPEED : 5 mph
(SCH)
(NLS)
Fast Burn – steady pace with high intensity
Slow Burn – steady pace with low intensity
Use
Case
4:
Programs
and
Their
Brickyards
(moderate
(low
incline
150
FAT BURN 2:incline / moderate speed)
FAT BURN
1:/ low speed) SPEED
TRAIN
Default
MAX
SPEEDpace
: 5 mph
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
5
mph
200
INCLINE
Default MAX SPEED : 2 mph
Fast Burn
– steady
with high intensityCALORIE BURN (SCH):
Slow Burn – steady pace with low intensity
Incline. Speed is preset.
BOOT
CAMPENDURANCE
(moderate incline / moderate speed)
(low 300
incline
/ low speed) BOTH
BURN (NLS):
Use MAX
Case
4: Programs
and Their BrickyardsDefault MAXCALORIE
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
SPEED : 5 mph
Default
SPEED
: 5 mph
(use brickyard
Default MAX SPEED
: 2 mph for each
option)
EART HEALTH
CALORIE BURN (NLS):
QUICK GOA
Healthy
55%
Default MAX SPEED : ENDURANCE
2 mph
1:
use brickyard for each
Default
MAX
C
option)
BootBurn
CALORIE Fat
BURN
(NLS): 65%
Camp:
Aerobic
75%
use brickyard
for each
QUICKSTART
(press and h
Default MAX
SPEED : 7 mph
HEART
HEALTH:
Default MAX SPEED
: 7 mph
option) Anaerobic85%
program)
PERFORMANCE 1QUICK
MILEGOAL
PACER,
5K
PACER,
and
PACER
brickyard
Default
MAX
SPEED :(s):
710K
mph PACER
ENDURANCE 1:
TERVAL
LOW IMPACT
ENDURANCE
1:
HIIT/SPEED
HIIT+INCLINE
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
C
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
TRAIN/PACER:
QUICKSTART
(press and ho
QUICK GOAL
COMPARE:AVERAGE is auto
program)Distance
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
this program, Console use
HIIT/SPEED:
Defau
Default MAX SPEED :Time
7previous
mph workout if this
di
C
LOW IMPACT/INCLINE:
QUICK GOAL
previously
done.
Calories
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
HIIT/SPEED:
TRAIN/PACER:
Distance
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
COMPARE:AVERAGE is automatically selected by
USTOM
Default
TRAIN Time
CUSTOM
this TARGET:
program, Console uses AVG pace from
HIIT/SPEED:
HEART RATE
HR
TARGET
Calories
previous workout if this distance has not been
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
Default MAX SPEED 1
: 7MILE
mph PACER
HR (Heart Rate) TARGET TRAIN/PACER: CUSTOM-SPD (Speed)
CUSTOM
previously done.
5K PACER
COMPARE:AVERAGE
is
automatically
selected
by
FAT BURN 2:
INTERVAL-SPD
FAT
BURN
1:
HEART
RATE
TARGET:
TRAIN 10K PACER
SPEED
+ AVG
INCLINE:
this
program,
Console
uses
pace from
SPEED
INTERVAL:
Fast MAX
Burn SPEED
– steady
with high
intensity
Default
: 7pace
mphDefault
Slow
Burn – steady pace with low intensity
INTERVAL-INC
MAX
SPEED
: 5 mphhas not been
1Endurance
MILE PACER
previous
workout
if
this
distance
1
(moderate incline / moderate speed)
(low incline / low speed)
Cdone.
CUSTOM
HEART RATE
TARGET: PLUS
previously
5K
PACER
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
5
mph
Endurance
2
PERSONAL
BEST:
Default MAX SPEED : 5 mph
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
9
mph
CUSTOM
PROFILE:
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
SPEEDWARM
INTERVAL:
UP
10K
PACER is1automa
COMPARE:BEST
(will use the default
Performance
COOLCDOWN
this program,1Console use
brickyard from next
Endurance
Performance
2
INCLINE
INTERVAL:
SPEED INTERVAL:
2:
DefaultMAX
MAXSPEED
SPEED
:2ENDURANCE
9mph
mph
previous workout if this d
Default
:
two
Workouts)
CUSTOM-INC (Incline)USER DEFINED
Endurance
2
[ 1299 machine ]
previously done.
C
CALORIE BURN (NLS):
C
Performance 1
Default MAX SPEED : 9PERSONAL
mph C BEST:
Default CHALLENGE
MAX SPEED : 1 mph
INCLINE
INTERVAL:
(use
brickyard
for each
CUSTOM INTERVAL: Performance
COMPARE:BEST is automatically selected with
1 MILE BEST 2
option)
this program, Console uses BEST pace from
C
5K BEST
INCLINEENDURANCE
INTERVAL: 2:
if this distance has not been
Default
MAXMAX
SPEED
:PERSONAL
1previous
mph
Default
SPEED
: 9 mphworkout
BEST:
CHALLENGE
10K BEST
machine ]
[ 1299
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
previously done.
COMPARE:BEST is automatically selected with
C
1 MILE BEST
program, Console uses BEST pace from
Default MAX SPEED :this
1 mph
5KCONTROL
BEST
WEIGHT
MAX SPEED : 7previous
mph workout
ENDURANCE 2:
if this
distance
CUSTOM
WARM
UP has not been
CALORIE
BURN (SCH):
REVEDDefault
: 021514
10K
BEST
[ 1299 machine ]
previously done.
Burn 1
/ COOLDOWN:
Incline. Speed is Fat
preset.
RELEASE: C
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
Default MAX SPEED
:
1
mph 2
Fat Burn
WEIGHT
CONTROL
Workout Profile and Goal Program
CALORIE BURN
Fatset
Burn
The
Console lets you select the Profile Program
and type of Goal for your workout (Distance, Time or Calories),(SCH)
and
the1 (NLS)
CALORIE BURN (SCH):
HIIT/SPEED:
Fat
Burn
2
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
7
mph
Goal value.
150
SPE
Incline. Speed is preset.
CALORIE
BURN
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
200Goal of
INCL
Note: For certain Profile Programs, the Goal can not be adjusted ( example: the 5K Pacer workout has a Distance
(SCH)
(NLS)BOT
300
CALORIE BURN (SCH):
HEART HEALTH:
5K).
Incline. Speed is preset.
Default 150
MAX SPEED : 7 mph SPEE
HEART RATE
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
1.TARGET:
Stand on the Side Foot Support Platforms.
200
INCL
HEART HEALTH
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
300
Healthy 55% BOTH
2. Push the User button to select the desired User profile.
Fat Burn 65%
SPEED INTERVAL:
HEARTofHEALTH:
3.Push the Programs buttons to select a Category
Workout.
HEART HEALTH
Default MAX SPEED : 7 mph
Aerobic 75%
C
4.Push the Increase() or Decrease() Default
buttons
toSPEED
select
a Profile Workout, and push OK. LOW IMPACT/INCLINE: Healthy
55%
MAX
: 9 mph
Anaerobic85%
Default MAX SPEED : 1 mph
Fat
Burn
65%
HEART
HEALTH:
If the selected Workout is Heart Rate Target, the Console will request the desired Beats Per Minute (BPM) for the Workout.
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
7
mph
Aerobic
75%
INTERVAL
INCLINE INTERVAL:
Use the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to adjust, and push OK.
Anaerobic85%
LOW IMPACT
If Cthe selected Workout ProgramLOW
hasIMPACT/INCLINE:
Incline and/or Speed Profile customization, the Console will prompt, “EDIT INCLINE”
HIIT/SPEED
Default
MAX SPEED : 1 mph
Default
MAX
SPEED
:
1
mph
screen. Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to change the current setting, and push SPEED
the Left()
or Right() but+INTERVAL
INCLINE:
HIIT+INCLINE
Default MAX SPEED : 5 mph
tons to shift the active Profile segment. Push OK to accept the Incline Profile.
LOW IMPACT
LOW IMPACT/INCLINE:
HIIT/SPEED
Note: The “EDIT SPEED” Default
screenMAX
operates
CUSTOM PROFILE
CUSTOM
SPEED : 1the
mphsame way.
(will use the defau
HIIT+INCLINE
HR
TARGET
5.
Use the Increase() or Decrease()SPEED
buttons
to
adjust
the
Minimum
Speed
of
the
Belt,
and
push
OK.
The
Profile
Program
+ INCLINE:
brickyard from ne
CUSTOM
will adjust so the MinimumDefault
Speed
value
is :the
lowest Speed of the Profile Program when accepted.
MAX
SPEED
5 mph
two Workouts)
CUSTOMINTERVAL-SPD
HR
TARGET
CUSTOM PROFILE:
INTERVAL-INC
C
SPEED + INCLINE:
CUSTOM INTER
(will use the default
CUSTOM
CUSTOM PLUS
Default MAX SPEED : 5 mph
brickyard from next
INTERVAL-SPD
WARM UP
two Workouts)
Default MAX SPEED : 9 mph
CUSTOM PROFILE:
INTERVAL-INC
COOL DOWN
(will use the default
CUSTOM PLUS
C
38
brickyard
from
next
CUSTOM
INTERVAL:
WARM UP
CUSTOM WARM UP
two Workouts)
REVED
: 021514
COOL DOWN
/ COOLDOWN:
QUICK GOAL and PACER brickyard (s):
6.
Use the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to adjust the Maximum Speed of the Belt, and push OK. The Profile Program
will adjust so the Maximum Speed value is the highest Speed of the Profile Program when accepted.
During a Workout, the User can directly adjust the speed of the belt above the Maximum Speed setting if desired.
7.Use the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to select a type of Goal (Distance, Time or Calories), and push OK.
8.
Use the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to adjust the workout value, and push OK.
9.
The Console will display the “READY ?” prompt.
10.Push START to begin the goal-oriented workout. The workout will begin after a three second, audible countdown.
Note: The Console will display “RAMPING UP” as the Walking Belt gets up to speed.
Heart Rate Control Workout Programs
The Heart Rate Control programs let you set a heart rate goal for your workout. The program monitors your heart rate in beats
per minute (BPM) from the Contact Heart Rate (CHR) sensors on the machine or from a Heart Rate Monitor (HRM) chest
strap, and adjusts the incline during a workout to keep your heart rate in the selected zone.
Note: The console must be able to read the heart rate information from the CHR sensors or HRM for the Heart Rate
Control program to work correctly.
The Target Heart Rate programs use your age and other User information to set the Heart Rate Zone values for your workout.
The console display then gives prompts for you to set up your workout:
1.Push the PROGRAMS button until the HEART HEALTH Category is selected.
2.Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to select the percentage of maximum heart rate: HEALTHY 55%, FAT BURN
65%, AEROBIC 75%, ANAEROBIC 85%.
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only. The heart rate displayed on the console is an
approximation and should be used for reference only.
3.
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the Minimum Speed, and push OK.
4.
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the Maximum Speed, and push OK.
5.
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to select the Goal type, and push OK.
6.
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the goal value for the workout, and push OK.
ote: Be sure to allow time for your heart rate to reach the desired heart rate zone when setting the goal. The Console will
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display the heart rate value based on the current User settings.
7.Push START to begin the workout.
A User can also set a Heart Rate Target value by selecting the HR TARGET program in the CUSTOM Category. The Console will
adjust the incline during a workout to keep the User in the desired Heart Rate zone.
1.Push the PROGRAMS button until the CUSTOM Category is selected.
2.The Console shows the HR TARGET workout. Push OK.
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only. The heart rate displayed on the console is an
approximation and should be used for reference only.
3.
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the Heart Rate (HR) value for the workout, and push OK.
4.
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the Minimum Speed, and push OK.
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5. Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the Maximum Speed, and push OK.
6. Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to select the Goal type, and push OK.
7. Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to set the goal value for the workout, and push OK.
Note: Be sure to allow time for your heart rate to reach the desired heart rate zone when setting the goal. The Console will
display the heart rate value based on the current User settings.
8. Push START to begin the workout.
INCLINE
0-15%
Compare Pacer Displays
SPEED
mph km/h
15
8
8
The User Placement Display shows
the User where they are in relation to the pacer, with a time value and an UP arrow (in
front) or DOWN arrow (behind the pacer).
5
The User Indicator Lights across the top of the Console quickly show the location of the User in relation to the pacer. The
Pacer Icon (center of the User2Indicator Lights) is the placement of the pacer, the Indicator Light is the User. The time difference between the User and the pacer is shown by which User Indicator Light is active (see the time scale below).
0
-120 -60 -30
-15
-5
+5 +15 +30 +60 +120
+
(seconds)
INCLINE
SPEED
Note: The values presented during the first workout are based on the default pace value of 12 minutes per mile.
When a workout is started, the Average Pacer will be active. To change the pacer during a workout, push the COMPARE button. The pacer will shift to the Best Pacer, and the User Placement Window and appropriate User Indicator Light will adjust. If
the COMPARE button is pushed again, the feature is Off, and the User Placement Display and Indicator Light will be deactivated.
Note: When the distance goal for the program is changed, it is a shift in the training focus of the program. The compare
display will use the default values until a workout with the new distance goal is completed.
During a Pacer workout (1 Mile Pacer, 5k Pacer, 10k Pacer), the User inputs the time it will take for the pacer to complete the
workout. The User Placement Window does not have an off option during a Pacer workout. The Compare button shifts the
pacer value from Input Pace, Average, or Best.
INCLINE
0-15%
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Fitness Score Display
The Fitness Score is based on an estimate of the User’s VO2 Max and calorie burn over13
their
last five workouts.
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10heart rate or an estimate of averVO2 Max estimates are calculated using performance data (time, distance and average
age heart rate if that data is unavailable). VO2 Max is the maximal oxygen consumption of the aerobic physical fitness of the
8 exercise. ( V = Volume, O2 = Oxygen,
individual, and is a determinant of the endurance capacity of the User during prolonged
and Max = maximum rate ).
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16.0
10
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The Compare Pacer Displays allow a User to focus, or train, on a set program and
F i t n epast
s s S workouts
core
distance, and see how they compare
against
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average, or best, past workout with the same distance goal are the pacers for the currently selected workout.
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9.6
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User Fitness Level Based on Fitness Score
100
80
excellent
60
40
Fitness Score
Fitness
Score
20
poor
100
excellent
80
60
good
high average
average
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Potential
for
Improvement
Potential
for Improvement
good
high average
average
low average
low average
20
poor
18-25
26-35
36-45
46-55
Age
56-65
65+
Age
For every workout completed that is longer than 10 minutes or 1.6 km ( 1 mile ) in distance, the Console will apply those
workout values toward your Fitness Score. This value is displayed on the Fitness Score Display area of the Console.
Note: Using a Heart Rate Chest Strap provides the most accurate information to calculate the Fitness Score. A Fitness
Score is provided when a minimum of 10 minutes or 1.6 km ( 1 mile ) of distance is done during a workout. If no
heart rate is supplied, an approximation based on the User Profile will be used to calculate the score.
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The Fitness Score may change only slightly for a User that performs the same length of workout at a similar intensity level.
However, if that same User were to increase intensity over the same length of a workout, their score would increase. Since the
score is based on VO2 Max (estimated), even a small score increase shows a significant shift in the User’s fitness level.
Note: A
User’s score may drop slightly if fatigue is present. With the proper combination of exercise and rest, a User’s
Fitness Score will rise in a similar way to their VO2 Max. This will also be reflected in their ability to perform longer or
faster workouts. Fitness Scores should only be compared to your previous scores and not to other User Profiles.
Pausing or Stopping
The Console will go into Pause Mode if the user pushes PAUSE/STOP during a workout.
1. Push the PAUSE/STOP button to pause your workout. The Console will display “ PAUSED “.
2. To continue your workout, push the START button.
To stop the workout, push the PAUSE/STOP button. The Console will go into Results / Cool Down mode.
Results / Cool Down Mode
All workouts except Quick Start and the Heart Rate Control programs have a 3-minute Cool Down period. During this Cool
Down period, the Console shows the Workout Results. The Console will cycle through the workout results every 4 seconds.
During the Cool Down period, the speed of the walking belt will adjust to 3.2 km/h (2 mph) and the incline setting will adjust to
zero. The User can adjust the belt speed and deck incline during the Cool Down period.
Push PAUSE/STOP to end the Results / Cool Down period and go back to Power-Up Mode. If there is no input to the Console for 5 minutes, the Console automatically goes into Sleep Mode.
GOAL TRACK Statistics (and Achievements)
The statistics from every workout are recorded to a User Profile.
To view the GOAL TRACK statistics of a User Profile:
1.From the Power-Up screen, push the User button to select a User Profile.
2.Push the OK button to select the User Profile.
3.The Console display shows the GOAL TRACK prompt.
ote: To exit the User Profile options, push the PAUSE/STOP button and the console will go back to the Power-Up Mode
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screen.
4.Push the OK button. The Console will display the “LONGEST WORKOUT”, the workout values and activate the corresponding Achievement light. After 4 seconds, the Console will display the name of the workout, and then the date it was
performed (except for “LAST 7 DAYS” and “LAST 30 DAYS”).
ote: To exit the GOAL TRACK statistics, push the PAUSE/STOP button and the console will go back to the Power-Up
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Mode screen.
5.Push the Decrease() button to move to the next GOAL TRACK statistic, “CALORIE RECORD”. The Console will display
the workout results with the most Calories value. The Console will cycle between the workout results, the name of the
workout profile, and the date of the workout every 4 seconds. Use the Left() or Right() buttons to force the cycle between the workout results.
6.Push the Decrease() button to move to “LAST 30 DAYS”. The Console will display the total values for the previous thirty
days. The Console will cycle between the workout results every 4 seconds. Use the Left() or Right() buttons to force
the cycle between the workout results.
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7.Push the Decrease() button to move to the “LAST 7 DAYS”. The Console will display the calories burned on the display
(50 calories per segment) for the previous seven days, along with the workout value totals. The Console will cycle between
the workout results every 4 seconds. Use the Left() or Right() buttons to force the cycle between the workout results.
8.Push the Decrease() button to move to the “LAST WORKOUT”. The Console will display the workout values from the last
workout. The Console will cycle between the workout results, the name of the workout profile, and the date of the workout every 4 seconds. Use the Left() or Right() buttons to force the cycle between the workout results.
9.When done viewing workout statistics, push the PAUSE/STOP button. The Console will display the Power-Up Mode
screen.
When a User performs a workout that surpasses the “LONGEST WORKOUT” or “CALORIE RECORD” of the previous
workouts, the Console will congratulate with an audible sound and tell the User the new achievement. The corresponding
Achievement Indicator Light will also be active.
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CONSOLE SETUP MODE
The Console Setup Mode lets you control the sound settings ( on/off ), adjust the date and time, or see maintenance statistics
(Total Run Hours and Software Version– for service technician use only).
1.Hold down the PAUSE/STOP button and Right button together for 3 seconds while in the Power-Up Mode to go into the
Console Setup Mode.
Note: Push PAUSE/STOP to exit the Console Setup Mode and return to the Power-Up Mode screen.
2.The Console display shows the Date prompt with the current setting. To change, push the Increase/Decrease buttons to
adjust the currently active value (flashing). Push the Left/Right buttons to change which segment is the currently active
value (month / day / year).
3.Push OK to set.
4.The Console display shows the Time prompt with the current setting. Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to adjust the
currently active value (flashing). Push the Left/Right buttons to change which segment is the currently active value (AM or
PM / hour / minute ).
5.Push OK to set.
6.The Console display shows the UNITS prompt with the current setting. Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to change
between “MILES” and “KM”.
7. Push OK to set.
8.The Console display shows the Sound Settings prompt with the current setting. Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to
change between “ON” and “OFF”.
If the Sound has been muted, the Console will display the “AUDIO OFF” prompt before a Workout starts as a reminder.
9. Push OK to set.
10.The Console display shows the TOTAL RUN HOURS for the machine.
11. For the next prompt, push the OK button.
12.The Console display shows the Software Version code.
13. For the next prompt, push the OK button.
14.The Console display shows the LOG prompt.
15. For the next prompt, push the OK button.
16.The Console will display the Power-Up Mode screen.
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MAINTENANCE
Read all maintenance instructions fully before you start any repair work. In some conditions, an assistant is required to do the
necessary tasks.
Equipment must be regularly examined for damage and repairs. The owner is responsible to make sure that regular
maintenance is done. Worn or damaged components must be repaired or replaced immediately. Only manufacturer
supplied components can be used to maintain and repair the equipment.
If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, contact your local distributor for replacement
labels.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock or unsupervised usage of the equipment, always unplug the power cord
from the wall outlet and the machine and wait 5 minutes before cleaning, maintaining or repairing the machine. Place the
power cord in a secure location.
Before each use, examine the exercise machine for loose, broken, damaged, or worn parts.
Do not use if found in this condition. Repair or replace all parts at the first sign of wear or damage, except for the Walking Deck. The Walking Deck is designed for wear on both sides of it.
If only one side of the Walking Deck is worn, a replacement Deck is not required. It is recommended that a qualified service technician is used to flip the Walking Deck. After each workout,
use a damp cloth to wipe your machine and Console free of moisture.
Daily:
With the Walking Deck lowered, if an edge of the Walking Belt can be seen adjust it until
the edge is not viewable.
Note: Avoid excessive moisture on the Console.
Check for smooth roller operation. Wipe the machine to remove dust, dirt, or grime.
Weekly:
Do not remove the Motor Control Board (MCB) Cover, dangerous voltages and moving
parts are present. The components are serviceable only by approved service personnel.
Note: Do not use petroleum based products.
Monthly
or after 20 hours:
Make sure all bolts and screws are tight. Tighten as necessary.
Quarterly:
Or after 25 hours—Lubricate the walking belt with a silicone-based lubricant.
NOTICE: D
o not clean with a petroleum based solvent or an automotive cleaner. Be sure to keep the Console free of
moisture.
Cleaning
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug the power cord and wait 5 minutes before cleaning,
maintaining or repairing this machine.
Wipe the treadmill down after each use to keep the treadmill clean and dry. It may be necessary to use a mild detergent at
times to remove all dirt and salt from the belt, painted parts and the display.
NOTICE: T
o prevent damage to the finish of the machine or Console, do not clean with a petroleum based solvent. Do
not apply too much moisture to the Console.
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Adjusting the Belt Tension
If the walking belt starts to slip during use, it is necessary to adjust the tension. Your treadmill has tension bolts at the rear of
the treadmill.
1.Before you adjust the belt tension, start the treadmill by pushing the START button.
Be sure not to touch the walking belt or step on the power cord. Keep bystanders and children away from the product
you are servicing at all times.
2.Use a 6 mm hex key to turn the right and left belt adjustment bolts clockwise a 1/2 turn, first one bolt and then the other
bolt until the belt does not slip.
3.After you adjust each side the 1/2 turn, do a test to see if the belt stopped slipping. If the belt still slips, do steps 2 and 3
again.
If you turn one side more than the other, the belt will move away from that side of the treadmill and may need realignment.
NOTICE: T
oo much tension on the belt causes unnecessary friction and wears the belt, motor and electronics.
4.Push PAUSE/STOP twice to stop the walking belt and end the Quick Start workout.
6mm
6mm
Aligning the Walking Belt
The walking belt should be centered on your treadmill at all times. Running style and a non-level surface can cause the belt to
move off center. Minor adjustments to the 2 bolts at the rear of the treadmill are necessary when the belt is off center.
The edges of the Walking Belt should be under the Side Foot Support Rails. If an edge of the Walking Belt can be
viewed, be sure to adjust the Walking Belt until the edges are not viewable and are below the Side Foot Support Rails.
1.Push the START button to start the walking belt.
Be sure not to touch the walking belt or step on the power cord. Keep bystanders and children away from the product
you are servicing at all times.
2.Stand at the rear of the treadmill to see which direction the belt moves.
3.If the belt moves to the left, turn the left belt adjustment bolt 1/4 turn clockwise and the right belt adjustment bolt 1/4 turn
counterclockwise.
If the belt moves to the right, turn the left adjustment bolt 1/4 turn counterclockwise and the right adjustment bolt 1/4
turn clockwise.
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4.Monitor the path of the belt for approximately 2 minutes. Continue to adjust the bolts until the walking belt is centered.
5.Push PAUSE/STOP twice to stop the walking belt and end the Quick Start workout.
Lubricating the Walking Belt
Your treadmill is equipped with a low maintenance deck and belt system. Belt friction can affect the function and life of the
machine. Lubricate the belt every 3 months or every 25 hours of use, whichever comes first. Even if the treadmill is not in use,
silicone will dissipate and the belt will dry out. For the best results lubricate the deck periodically with the silicone lubricant
supplied with the machine, using the following instructions:
1.Turn off the power to the machine with the power switch.
2.Unplug the treadmill fully from the wall outlet, and remove the power cord from the machine.
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug the power cord and wait 5 minutes before cleaning,
maintaining or repairing this machine. Place the power cord in a secure location.
Note: Make sure the treadmill is located on a surface that is easy to clean.
3.Fold the treadmill. Refer to the “Moving the Machine” procedure in this manual. Be sure that the hydraulic lift is correctly
locked in place
Use proper safety precautions and lifting techniques. Use a second person if necessary.
Do not use the walking belt or rear roller to lift the treadmill. These parts do not lock in place and can abruptly move.
Injury to you or damage to the machine can occur.
4.Make sure that the locking mechanism is engaged. Carefully pull back on the walking deck and make sure that it does
not move. When you do this, keep clear of movement path in case the treadmill lock is not engaged.
Do not lean against the treadmill when it is folded. Do not put items on it that could cause it to become unstable or fall.
Do not connect the power cord or try to operate the treadmill in the folded position.
5.Apply a few drops of the lubricant to the inner surface of the belt for the entire width of the belt. A very thin layer of silicone lubricant on the entire deck below the belt is desired.
NOTICE: A
lways use a silicone-based lubricant such as the lubricant supplied with the machine. Do not use a degreaser like
WD-40® as this could seriously impact performance. We can recommend that you use the following:
• 8300 Silicone Spray, available at most Hardware and Auto Parts stores.
• Lube-N-Walk® Treadmill Lubrication Kit, available from your local distributor or your local specialty fitness dealer.
6.Manually rotate the belt 1/2 of the length of the belt and apply lubricant again.
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7.Unfold the machine. Refer to the “Unfolding the Machine” procedure in this manual.
Keep clear of the movement path of the walking deck. Hold onto the walking deck until approximately 2/3 of the
movement down. The walking deck can possibly drop quickly in the last part of the movement.
If you used spray lubricant, wait 5 minutes before turning on power to the machine to allow the aerosol to dissipate.
8.Connect the power cord back into the machine and then into the wall outlet.
9.Turn on the power to the machine with the power switch.
10.Stay to one side of your machine and start the belt at the slowest speed. Let the belt operate for approximately 15
seconds.
Be sure not to touch the walking belt or step on the power cord. Keep bystanders and children away from the product
you are servicing at all times.
11.Switch off your machine.
12.Take care to clean up any excess lubricant from the deck.
To decrease the possibility of slipping, be sure the deck area is free from grease or oil. Clean off any excess oil
from the machine surfaces.
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Maintenance Parts
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T
A
B
C
D
E
R
F
H
P
Q
G
I
M
K
N
J
O
L
A
Console Assembly
H
Grip, Upper Right
O
Heart Rate Chest Strap
B
Safety Key Port
I
Grip, Lower Right
P
Upright, Left
C
Fan
J
Base Shroud, Right
Q
Grip, Lower Left
D
Contact Heart Rate Sensor
K
Base Cable
R
Grip, Upper Left
E
Console Cable
L
Base Assembly
S
Tray, Left
F
Right Upright Cable
M
Base Shroud, Left
T
Tray, Right
G
Upright, Right
N
Power Cord
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Maintenance Parts ( Frame )
Front
X
Y
U
V W
II
AA
CC
FF
DD
EE
CC
CC
Z
BB
X
Back
GG
HH
BB
U
Power Switch
V
Fuse
W
DD EE
BB
Base Support
EE
Incline Adjuster
AA
Deck Cushioners
FF
Pivot Assembly
Power Input
BB
Transport Wheel
GG
Belt Tensioner
X
Motor Cover
CC
Leveler
HH
Rear Roller Cover
Y
Side Foot Support Rails
DD
Lifting Cylinder
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Z
GG
HH
II
Z
Motor Control Board (MCB)
Cover
TROUBLESHOOTING
Condition/Problem
No display/partial display/
unit will not turn on
Things to Check
Solution
Check electrical (wall)
outlet
Make sure unit is plugged into a functioning wall outlet. Test the
outlet with a known functioning device such as a lamp.
Check connection at front
of unit
Connection should be secure and undamaged. Replace power
cord or connection at unit if either are damaged.
Check data cable integrity
All wires in cable should be intact. If any are visibly crimped or
cut, replace cable.
Check data cable
connections/orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly. Small
latch on connector should line up and snap into place.
Check console display for
damage
Check for visual sign that console display is cracked or otherwise
damaged. Replace Console if damaged.
Console Display
If Console only has partial display and all connections are fine,
replace the Console.
If the above steps do not resolve the problem, contact your local
distributor for further assistance.
Unit operates but Contact
HR not displayed
Sensor grip
Be sure hands are centered on HR sensors. Hands must be kept
still with relatively equal pressure applied to each side.
Dry or calloused hands
Sensors may have difficulty with dried out or calloused hands.
A conductive electrode cream (heart rate cream) can help make
better conduct. These are available on the web or at medical or
some larger fitness stores.
If tests reveal no other issues, contact your local distributor for
further assistance.
Unit operates but Telemetric HR not displayed
Speed display is not accurate
Chest Strap
Strap should be “POLAR®” compatible and uncoded. Make sure
strap is directly against skin and contact area is wet. Make sure
the transmitter has the curve oriented upward.
Check User Profile
Select the Edit User Profile option for the User Profile. Go to the
WIRELESS HR setting and make sure that the current value is
set to ON.
Interference
Try moving unit away from sources of interference (TV, Microwave, etc).
Replace Chest Strap
If interference is eliminated and HR does not function, replace
strap.
Replace Console
If HR still does not function, contact your local distributor for
further assistance.
Display set to wrong unit of Change display to show correct units.
measure. (English/Metric)
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Condition/Problem
Console shuts off (enters
sleep mode) while in use
Things to Check
Solution
Check electrical (wall)
outlet
Make sure unit is plugged into a functioning wall outlet. Test the
outlet with a known functioning device such as a lamp.
Check connection at front
of unit
Connection should be secure and undamaged. Replace power
cord or connection at unit if either are damaged.
Check data cable integrity
All wires in the cable should be intact. If any are cut or crimped,
replace cable.
Check data cable
connections/orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly. Small
latch on connector should line up and snap into place.
Reset machine
Unplug unit from electrical outlet for 3 minutes. Reconnect to
outlet.
If the above steps do not resolve the problem, contact your local
distributor for further assistance.
Fan will not turn on or will
not turn off
Reset machine
Unplug unit from electrical outlet for 5 minutes. Reconnect to
outlet.
Fan will not turn on, but
Console operates
Check for blockage of fan
Unplug unit from electrical outlet for 5 minutes. Remove material
from fan. If necessary, detach the Console to help with removal.
Replace the Console if unable to remove blockage.
Thumping sound when belt Walking belt
operates
Walking belt needs to be used for wear in period. Sound will go
away after the wear in period.
Unit rocks/does not sit
level
Check leveler adjustment
Adjust levelers until machine is level.
Check surface under unit
Adjustment may not be able to compensate for extremely uneven
surfaces. Move machine to level area.
Machine leveling
Make sure the machine is level. Refer to the procedure for leveling the machine in this manual.
Walking belt tension and
alignment
Make sure the walking belt is centered and tension is correct.
Refer to the procedures for adjusting tension and aligning the belt
in this manual.
Motor sounds strained
Silicone lubrication on
walking belt
Apply silicone to the inner surface of the walking belt. Refer to
the belt lubrication procedure in this manual.
Hesitation or walking belt
slips when in use
Belt tension
Adjust the belt tension at the rear of the machine. Refer to the
procedure for adjusting belt tension in this manual.
Belt stops moving while in
use
Safety key
Plug Safety Key into Console. (See Emergency Stop Procedure
in the Important Safety Instructions section.)
Motor overload
Unit may be overloaded and draw too much current, which
causes power to turn off to protect motor. Refer to maintenance
schedule for belt lubrication. Make sure the walking belt tension
is correct, and start unit again.
Walking belt not aligned
If the above steps do not resolve the problem, contact your local
distributor for further assistance.
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