BEFORE YOU BEGIN
CONGRATULATIONS! And THANK YOU for selecting the BODYCRAFT BLU
SERIES 800m Treadmill! Your choice reflects a wise investment in you and
your family’s health and wellness. We hope you use it for many healthy
years!
For your safety and benefit, please read this entire manual. Please keep the manual in a con­
venient place for quick reference when needed.
BODYCRAFT offers a complete array of high quality fitness equipment. Please refer to our
web site at BODYCRAFT.com to view more ways to enhance your lifestyle
Your BODYCRAFT BLU SERIES 800m has all the quality and design elements to make your
workout extremely efficient and comfortable. Your console offers ten display windows with
easy to select programming buttons, plus a Polar® Compatible Heart Rate receiver and Hand
Held Pulse Sensors. You can chose from 10 preset programs including Quick Start and
Random options, plus 4 Heart Rate interactive programs. Console software lets you focus on
objectives like “thigh burning” or “glute toning.” Your new treadmill is a serious cardio fitness
machine that will keep you motivated, challenged and within reach of your fitness goals.
The BODYCRAFT 800m will provide an efficient, low impact cardiovascular workout that will
help improve energy levels and your quality of life. Cardiovascular training is vital for all ages
and the BODYCRAFT 800m will provide an effective workout, producing results that will encourage you to reach your fitness goals and maintain the body you have always wanted.
Spending 15 to 30 minutes a day, three times a week is all you need to start seeing the benefits of a regular exercise program.
If you have any questions or problems, please contact your local BODYCRAFT
dealer, or us at:
Phone: 800-990-5556
Email: service@bodycraft.com
Mail: 7699 Green Meadows Dr. Lewis Center, OH 43035
Purchaser’s Reference Information
IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT YOU FILL IN THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND REFER TO IT SHOULD THE
NEED FOR SERVICE ARISE.
Product Name: BLU 800M Treadmill
Serial Number: TR _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Proof of purchase must be supplied to validate warranty and the product must have
been registered with BODYCRAFT via the included warranty card or online at
www.BODYCRAFT.com.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
BEFORE YOU BEGIN ....................................................................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................................
IMPORTANT INFORMATION .......................................................................................
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................
Step 1: Upright Posts Assembly ....................................................................................
Step 2: Console Assembly ............................................................................................
Step 3: Handrail Assembly ............................................................................................
Step 4: Tighten all bolts and screws ..............................................................................
Step 5: Handrail Cover Assembly .................................................................................
Step 6: Motor Cover Assembly .....................................................................................
Step 7: Finish Up ..........................................................................................................
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HEART RATE MONITORING DEVICES ......................................................................
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CONSOLE ....................................................................................................................
CONSOLE LAYOUT .....................................................................................................
Displays ........................................................................................................................
Function Keys ...............................................................................................................
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS ..............................................................................................
BELT START SEQUENCE ............................................................................................
WARM UP .....................................................................................................................
COOL DOWN ................................................................................................................
WORKOUT SUMMARY .................................................................................................
QUICK START ...............................................................................................................
CLASSIC PROGRAMS .................................................................................................
HR INTERACTIVE PROGRAMS ...................................................................................
CUSTOM PROGRAMS 1, 2, 3, 4 ...................................................................................
CARDIO COACH ...........................................................................................................
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WARRANTY ................................................................................................................... 28
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................. 29
SERVICE PARTS LIST .................................................................................................. 31
SERVICE PARTS DRAWING ........................................................................................
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ
Failure to read and follow the safety instructions below may result in serious injury.
This treadmill is built for optimum safety and is designed to meet or exceed all domestic and
international standards. However, basic precautions need to be followed when operating any
exercise equipment. BE SURE TO READ THE ENTIRE OWNER’S MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
CAUTION – FOR SAFE OPERATION
• Wear the safety cord and clip all times while using the treadmill.
• The safety key should never be left on the treadmill when not in use
• Before beginning any exercise program on the treadmill, it is important to consult with your
physician if you have any of the following: History of heart disease, high blood pressure,
diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, elevated cholesterol, or if you smoke cigarettes or
experience any other chronic diseases or physical complaints.
• If over the age of 35 or overweight, consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program.
• Pregnant women should consult with their physician before beginning an exercise program.
• If you experience dizziness, nausea, chest pains or other abnormal symptoms during exercise, stop the exercise session immediately. Consult your physician before continuing.
• Drink fluids if you exercise for twenty or more minutes on the treadmill.
• Always follow the console instructions for proper operation.
WARNING – TO REDUCE THE RISK OF BURNS, FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY
TO PERSONS:
• Unplug from outlet before servicing or moving the unit.
• Close supervision is necessary when using this treadmill around children, pets, invalids,
or disabled persons. Keep children & pets away from the treadmill. Hands and feet may
get caught in the moving parts which could result in serious injury.
• Never operate your treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug, or if it is not working properly. Contact your authorized BODYCRAFT Fitness dealer for service and repair.
• Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
• Never insert any objects into openings. Keep hands and feet away from all moving parts.
• This treadmill is designed for home use only.
• Check the power requirement for your unit to see if it matches your local power outlet.
• Do not operate the heart rate monitor transmitter together with an electrical heart pacemaker. The transmitter may cause electrical disturbances.
• Inspect this treadmill prior to exercising to ensure it is working properly. Always make sure
all components are fastened securely.
• This treadmill is intended for indoor use. Do not place the unit outdoors.
• Place your treadmill on a solid, level surface when it is in use. Adjust the leveler on the
treadmill if necessary.
• Do not dismount the treadmill until it has come to a complete stop.
• Do not operate if oxygen equipment is being utilized or if aerosol (spray) products are
being used in the area.
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Keep the treadmill away from walls to allow proper ventilation. Air should be able to circulate freely around the unit. Keep all air openings free of dirt and dust.
To ensure proper functioning of your treadmill, do not install attachments or accessories
not provided or recommended by BODYCRAFT.
Place the treadmill in an area that will meet minimum clearance requirements: Front &
Sides:1 ft / 30 cm, Back 6 ft./ 180 cm
Always wear proper clothing and shoes when exercising on the treadmill.
Do not stand on the tread belt while performing auto-calibration.
Never walk or jog or run backwards on the treadmill.
Higher speed and higher incline is not for everyone. It is designed for occasional use of
a skilled runner and may exceed many users’ capabilities. Stop right away if you feel any
discomfort.
Use this treadmill only for its intended use as described in this manual. User weight is not
to exceed 325 pounds / 148 kilograms.
Use the handrails when getting on and off your treadmill.
Do not remove the treadmill covers or other components. Only an authorized BODYCRAFT Fitness dealer should perform service.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a
path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. The treadmill
is equipped with a cord having a grounding conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with
all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER
To reduce the risk of electric shock, always unplug the treadmill from the electrical outlet if
service is needed, and before cleaning.
Improper connection of the grounding conductor can result in risk of electric shock. Check with
a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the treadmill is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with this product if it will not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Your treadmill is for use on a 120 volt circuit and has a grounding plug. Make sure the treadmill
is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug. Do not use an adapter
with your treadmill.
SAFETY KEY CLIP & TETHER
• Your treadmill will not start unless the safety key is placed on the proper location of treadmill console.
• Attach the safety key clip properly onto your clothes before operating treadmill.
• In case of an emergency, pull the safety key off the treadmill, it will cut off the power to the
console and stop the treadmill immediately.
• Place the safety key back in place, the treadmill will resume back to idle mode.
• Contact your dealer for a safety key replacement if you do not have one.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Please take the assembly hardware out of the hardware package box. Lay all the hardware
out and take note for its locations. Follow the assembly instruction step by step to complete
the assembly. Do not tighten any screws until instructed.
Step 1: Upright Posts Assembly
1. Straighten out the main wire harness and insert it though
the top of left upright post.
2. Slide the upright post onto its receptor and insert three M8
x55mm screws on the side and two M8 x 15mm screws
on the front. Be careful not to pinch the main wire harness
when inserting these screws.
3. Repeat procedure 2 for the Right upright post.
4. Do not tighten bolts until end of assembly.
Step 2: Console Assembly
1. Hold the console next to the Left upright post
and connect the main wire harness connectors
together.
2. Insert the console U bracket into each side of
upright post. Be careful not to pinch the wire harness while inserting the U bracket.
3. Insert three M8 x12mm screws each on inner
and outer Left upright post (total 6 screws on
each upright post).
4. Repeat procedure for Right upright post.
5. Do not tighten bolts until end of assembly.
Step 3: Handrail Assembly
1. Insert Left handrail into Left handrail receptor.
2. Insert two M6 x12mm screws.
3. Repeat the procedure 1 & 2 for the Right handrail.
4. Do not tighten bolts until end of assembly.
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Step 4: Tighten all bolts and screws
Step 5: Handrail Cover Assembly
1. Place the Left inner handrail cover onto the
Left handrail and tighten this cover with two
M5 x12mm screws using Phillips screwdriver.
2. Now place the outer handrail cover through
the handrail and onto inner cover. Insert
four more M5 x12mm screws. Tighten all 6
screws now.
3. Repeat procedure 1 & 2 for the Right handrail covers.
4. Place the handrail cover inserts into the inner
handrail covers.
Step 6: Motor Cover Assembly
1. Place the Left motor cover onto the left side of frame.
2. Insert and tighten the selftap M5 x 10mm screw
into the center and top mounting hole using Phillips
screwdriver.
3. Insert and tighten two M5 x16 on front and rear end of
the cover using Phillips screwdriver.
4. Repeat procedure 1, 2 & 3 for Right motor cover.
Step 7: Finish Up
1. Make sure the treadmill is leveled on the floor.
Use a level tool, and adjust it if necessary.
2. Plug your power cord in and turn ON the treadmill.
3. Make sure your safety key is in place.
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HEART RATE MONITORING DEVICES
Built in Wireless Heart Rate Receiver
Note: Chest strap transmitter does not come with this unit; contact BODYCRAFT, or your
dealer for purchase.
This treadmill is equipped with a built-in receiver for your heart rate monitoring. Any heart rate
telemetry strap that transmits at 5Khz is compatible. To get an accurate reading using these
devices, you will need to be within three feet of the console, and a minimum of four feet from
others using a heart rate monitoring device.
(Note: The transmitter may fluctuate erratically if you are too close to other heart rate monitor­
ing equipment or there is other electronics near by, such as TV, Radio...)
The receiver of the wireless ECG system is built into the console unit of this treadmill. While
using heart rate control modes, the computer monitors the exact measurement of your pulse.
Heart rate frequency is displayed while the computer continually compares heart rate to the
preprogrammed personal data. The computer adjusts the wattage to maintain heart rate at the
preprogrammed level.
How to Wear Your Sensor/ Transmitter (Chest Strap)
1. Buckle one end of the chest strap onto the transmitter.
2. Adjust the band length so that the fit is snug, but not too tight.
3. Buckle the other end of the chest strap onto the transmitter.
4. Center the transmitter on your chest below the pectoral muscle (breasts).
5. Stretch the transmitter away from your chest and moisten the conductive electrode
strips located next to the buckles with water.
(Note: The transmitter is on automatically when being worn. It is off when it is not connected to
your body. However, as moisture may activate the transmitter, thoroughly dry the transmitter
to prolong battery life.)
Erratic Heart Rate Readings:
Erratic readings on the receiver can be caused by electromagnetic disturbances. If the heart
rate readings appear to be abnormal, check that your product is not within range of other strong electromagnetic signals. Common sources are televisions, computers, cars, cell
phones, TV antennas and high voltage power lines (both above and below ground). Please
note: Static electricity in clothing or a flapping shirt can cause electrical interference, so some
items of clothing, i.e. manmade fibers, can also be the cause. Please try wetting the tshirt in
the area where the transmitter is.
If the battery of the transmitter is running low, the transmission range decreases and may
cause errors similar to the ones listed above in this document.
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CONSOLE
Glossary of Terms
• Idle mode = Console is reset and waiting for an entry. The dot matrix display window
will show “BC” and message display will scroll following a message of ”SELECT A PROGRAM OR PRESS START”. If no key input for 30 minutes, the console will enter sleep
mode and the dis play will be shut off.
• Sleep mode = no key input during idle mode, the console display will be off.
You can press any key to wake up the console and return to idle mode.
• LED = The lights on the face of the console.
• Watts = The rate of energy currently being expended.
• Work = The amount of energy expended during exercise.
Default Values
• Age = 35 years
• Weight = 155 lb or 70kg for Metric system
• Program Time = 30 minutes; for 5K or 10K program, the program default time is 1 hour.
• Max program time = 4 hours. When continuous workout time reaches 4 hours, the treadmill will enter cool down mode.
• Speed default for Warm up and Cool down is 2.0mph.
• Incline default for Warm up and Cool down is 0%.
• Target HR default is 70% of max HR.
Note: Every time age or weight is changed, the default value setting will be updated to the
last modification.
Operating Tips
• Power ON/OFF: Power ON/OFF switch is located in the front of the motor cover. Turn
Power ON before use the treadmill and turn it OFF when not using treadmill.
• In the power save mode, press any key to wake up the console and start operation.
• Turn the Power ON, the incline will return to 0% automatically.
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Program start sequence
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Program selecting mode Press program selecting key to select a program,
press “ENTER” to accept.
Program setting mode – console will prompt program setting for your adjustment,
press UP/DOWN key to adjust the setting and ENTER to confirm.
Warm up mode – as soon as START key is pressed, Warm up mode will start,
except Quick Start & Manual programs.
Program run mode – after warm up mode, the program run mode will start. The
program time starts counting and dot matrix profile starts blinking.
Cool down mode when program time is up, program will end and Cool down
mode will begin.
Workout summary mode – after completing cool down mode, console will display
your workout summary for your review.
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Reset: To reset a program during its operation, press and hold the “STOP” key for 2 seconds. When the program resets, the console returns to idle mode.
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Pause a program: You may interrupt or pause a program for up to 30 minutes during a
work out before the console resets. To pause a program, simply press “STOP” key once.
• The dot matrix will scroll “PAUSE” during pause mode.
• The incline will stay where it is at; speed will return to 0mph.
• Press “STOP” key one more time during Pause mode, the program will end and
enter workout summary mode.
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Resume a program : To resume a program back to the point of where you left off, press
“START” key during pause mode.
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Switching a program: The user may switch from current operating program to another
program during program run mode, cool down or workout summary mode by pressing a
program selecting key. Calories and distance will continue accumulating from previous
program.
If “Classic Program” or “HR Interactive” program key is pressed during a program executing mode, it will enter program switching mode:
— The dot matrix will switch to display the new program default profile display. You
may continue pressing the program selecting key until your desire program LED
is lit.
— Press “ENTER” to accept this new program or “START” key to start this new
program right away.
— If “ENTER” key is pressed, it will enter this program setup mode; time display
will be prompted with default time and wait for an entry. Age and weight default will
be the last update.
— Follow the prompts to set up the program. Press “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the
setting. When finish, press “START” to start the program, the new program will
begin, and Warm Up mode will be skipped.
— If 3 seconds passes after your initial program selecting key pressed and no other key is pressed, the program will resume back to previous activities.
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Restart a program: The user may restart a program after the program ends. Simply
press “START” key during Cool Down or Workout Summary mode. The message display
will flash the message of “PROGRAM RESTART” once. The program will be started im­
mediately without Warm up. The program default will remain the same as previous program; the calories and distance will continue accumulating.
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Speed adjustment: When speed adjustment is allowed by a program, you may adjust the
speed from 0 mph to 12 mph by pressing SPEED UP/DOWN key.
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Incline adjustment: When incline adjustment is allowed by a program, you may adjust the
incline from 0% to 15% by pressing INCLINE UP/DOWN key.
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HR adjustment: During HR interactive program, you may press UP/DOWN key or numeric quick keys to adjust the HR setting during program set up mode. Numeric quick keys
can not be accessed to adjust HR setting during program run mode.
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% MAX HR = Pulse / (220 minus age) * 100%.
It is recommended to control your % Max heart rate within 60% – 85% for the most effective workout. It is also unsafe to exceed 90% and above.
This treadmill is equipped with Heart Rate protection shut off function. The message display will scroll “SLOW DOWN, HR AT 95 PERCENT” and beep to warn you when your
heart rate exceeds 95% max HR. If your pulse continues to rising to 98%, the message
display will scroll “WARNING” and “LOWER YOUR HR OR CONSOLE WILL RESET”.
The console will shut down and return to idle mode if your heart rate is exceed 98% max
HR for more than 10 seconds. It is important to enter your age to get the accurate % max
HR.
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English / Metric setting: The default Units is English system. To enter the system switching mode, press & hold “START” & “STOP” keys at the same time for 2 seconds during
idle mode. The message display will display “ENGLISH UNITS” for English units or “METRIC UNITS” for Metric units. To change it, press “UP/DOWN” key to switch the current
Units. Press “ENTER” key to accept the setting and enter idle mode.
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CONSOLE LAYOUT
Displays:
• Dot Matrix/Profile display: It displays instruction letters during setup.
• For Classic programs, there are three profiles you can select: Speed pro file, Incline
profile & Track profile. Press the “SELECT” key next to dot matrix window to switch the
profile display from default profile to the selected profile and light up its LED indicator.
• Each column represents the segment time = Program time / 20 columns. If the program time is less than 20 minutes, then the segment time will be 1 minute instead.
• Speed profile Each row of LED at dot matrix display represents 1.5 mph incre­
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• Incline profile Each row of
LED at dot matrix display represents 1.5% increment.
• Track profile In the track dis­
play, a graphical representation
of a 1 mile track is displayed
and progress around the track
is marked per the distance
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accumulated. Each dot represents 1mi/32. See the representation below. Your
progress will be shown with a flashing dot. Progress will start at the lower center
and proceed counter clockwise. When it reaches 1mile, the dot track will be completed.
• For Heart Rate Interactive programs, dot matrix window will display %max HR profile
display only. Other profile display will not be available with Heart Rate Interactive pro­
grams.
• Each row of LED at dot matrix display represents 10% of max HR.
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Workout Display:
a. Speed and Incline display
• Speed (mph) – Current speed.
• Incline (%) – current incline %
b. Message & data displays
Message display: this display will prompt instruction messages to assist you setting up
the program or show you your workout progress.
As soon as a program is started, it will start displaying the default workout data: time. You
may select your favorite data displays by pressing the “SELECT” button under each data
display, the LED indicator will light up to show which data is displaying.
c. Pulse indicator: the heart indicator will start blinking once there is heart rate signal
detected by the console.
Function Keys:
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Speed UP/DOWN keys:
• During program setup, press Speed “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the following: age,
weight, time & HR setting.
• After program started, press Speed “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the speed.
• Speed increment = 0.1 mph.
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Incline Up/Down keys:
• During program setup, press incline “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the following: age,
weight, time & HR setting.
• After program started, press Incline “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the incline.
• Incline increment = 0.5%.
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Enter key:
• After program selecting, press “ENTER” to accept the program and enter its setup
mode.
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After age, weight, time.. adjustment, press “ENTER” key to accept your entry.
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Start key:
• Press “START” to start a program during program setup.
• Press “START” key to skip Warm up and enter program executing.
• Press “START” to restart a program during Cool Down, workout summary mode.
• Press “START” to resume a program from pause mode.
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Stop key:
• Press and hold “STOP” button for 2 seconds to reset the console.
• Press “STOP” to pause program run mode.
• Press “STOP” to enter workout summary during Cool Down.
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Numeric Quick Keys:
• Press numeric keys to enter your Age, Weight during program set up. After entry,
press ENTER to confirm. Ex: Press “5,4” for age 54.
• Press numeric keys to enter Time during program set up. Press ENTER to confirm
after entry. The unit of the entry will be 1 minute. Ex: Press “1,0,0” for 100 minutes.
• Press numeric keys to enter HR setting during program set up mode only. Press
ENTER to confirm your entry. Ex: Press “1,3,7” for 137bpm.
• Press numeric keys to adjust the Speed during program run mode. The entry will
be 1.0mph increment with no decimal point. Ex: Press “4” for 4.0mph.
• Press “INCLINE” and numeric keys to adjust Incline during program run mode.
Press “ENTER” to confirm your entry. Ex: Press “INCLINE, 5” for 5%.
• Press “CLEAR” after you press any numeric key to void an entry.
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Emergency key
• Place the safety clip onto your clothes
properly before using treadmill.
• Treadmill will not start unless the emergency key is properly engaged.
• Pulling the emergency key off the treadmill
will result in power shut off and stop the
treadmill immediately.
• Pull the emergency key off the treadmill if
you feel ill during use of treadmill or any
other emergency occurs.
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WORKOUT PROGRAMS
BELT START SEQUENCE
Belt start sequence is designed with your safety in mind. It is an indication to let you know that
the treadmill motor is about to start and be prepared.
Anytime the treadmill is ready to start, the belt start sequence will appear as below:
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Data display will display “ 3, 2, 1, GO”
As soon as “GO” appears, the belt will start at 0.5mph and slowly increase to appropriate
setting and program timer will begin.
WARM UP
Getting Started
This treadmill automatically initiates a 3 minute Warm Up at the beginning of each program.
It is designed to prepare your body for an intensive workout and to reduce the possibility of
injury during workout.
Note: Warm Up is skipped for the Quick Start or Manual programs. Warm Up is skipped
if it is a re-start program or switching from another program.
Beginning the Program
Warm Up is active as soon as the “START” key is pressed and a program is executed. The
Dot matrix window will scroll “WARM UP” and then display program profile. This sequence will
repeat until Warm up is finished
During the Program
Data Display
• Once it is started, the data display window will start accumulating and display the default
workout data of “time, distance, calories & heart rate”. Press “SELECT” button to switch
the data displays.
• The time will display count down from 3:00.
• Speed display will show default speed of 2.0 mph.
• Incline display will show default incline of 0%.
Adjustment
• Speed = 2.0 mph. Press Speed “UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick key to adjust the speed
from 0.5 – 3.5 mph only.
• Incline = 0%. Press Incline “UP/DOWN key or numeric quick key to adjust the incline from
0 – 15%.
• “START” key can be pressed to skip the warm up and start the program immediately.
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Ending the Warm Up
• After 3 minutes, or the Start key is pressed, Warm Up will end and the program will execute.
• There will be a beep sound to indicate the Warm up is over and the selected program
begins.
COOL DOWN
Getting Started
This treadmill is equipped with a 3 minute Cool Down at the end of each program. It appears
as soon as a program ends. Cool Down is designed to reduce muscle stiffness and allow your
heart rate to recover.
Note: Cool Down is skipped for the Quick Start program.
Beginning the Program
Cool Down is active as soon as a program ends. The dot matrix window will scroll “COOL
DOWN” and then display final program profile. This sequence will repeat until Cool Down is
finished.
During the Program
Data Display
• Once it is started, the data display window will continue accumulating and dis play the
default workout data of “time, distance, calories & heart rate”. Press “SELECT” button to
switch the data displays.
• The time will display “3:00” and start continuing down.
• Speed display will show default speed of 2.0 mph.
• Incline display will show default incline of 0%.
Adjustment
• Speed = 2.0 mph. Press Speed “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the speed from 0.5 3.5 mph
only.
• Incline = 0%. Press Incline “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the incline from 0 15%.
• “START” key could be pressed to restart the previous program again.
• “STOP” key could be pressed to skip the cool down mode and active the Workout Summary immediately.
Ending the Cool Down
• After 3 minutes, or the Stop key is pressed, Cool Down will end and enter Workout Summary. See Workout summary for details.
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WORKOUT SUMMARY
Getting Started
For your convenience, this treadmill incorporates a Workout Summary right after the completion of the Cool Down. It will display the total workout data for 3 minutes before the Console
resets.
Beginning the Program
Workout Summary appears as soon as the Cool Down mode ends or a “STOP” key is pressed
during Cool Down mode. The dot matrix will display the final program profile. The data display
will stop counting and show the final data one at a time.
During the Program
Data Display
Once this summary is started, the message window will display the messages of “WORKOUT
FINSIHED” “ YOUR SUMMARY ARE” and then display your summary with following messages:
• Total Program time: TOL TIME = XH XX MIN
• Average pace: AVG PACE = XXX M XX S
• Total distance: TOL DIS = XX.X MILE
• Total vertical distance” VERT DIS = XXXFT
• Total calories: TOL CAL = XXXX KCAL
• Average calorie rate: AVG CAL/MIN = XXX.X
• Average heart rate: AVG HR = XXX BPM
• Max heart rate: MAX HR = XXX BPM
• The Incline Display shows the average incline
• The Speed Display shows the average speed
Each message will display for 3 seconds, then scroll to the next statistic. Press ”UP/DOWN”
key to switch to the next summary display.
Adjustment
• Press “START” key to restart this program.
• Press STOP key to end workout summary and enter idle mode.
• Press program selecting key to enter switching program sequence.
Ending the Workout Summary
• After 30 seconds, or the Stop key is pressed, Workout Summary will end and console will
reset.
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QUICK START
Getting Started
A Quick Start program is for someone who wants to bypass the setup mode and start their
workouts right away. By picking Quick Start program, you are accepting the default values for
calculations. Be sure to include a Warm Up period during your workout since the Warm Up
mode is skipped in the Quick Start program.
Beginning the Program
During idle mode, the dot matrix window displays ”BC….” Messages, to begin this program,
simply press “START” key once.
Program Default Values
• Max program time = 4 hours
• Default Speed = 0.5 mph
• Default Incline = 0%
• Default profile = speed profile; each segment time = 1 minute.
During the Program
As soon as the belt starting sequence is over, the dot matrix window will display the speed
profile and message display will switch to data display.
Data Display
• The data display window will display the default workout data of “time, calories & heart
rate. Press “SELECT” button to switch the data displays.
• Time display will show 00:00 and count up.
• Speed display will show default speed of 2.0 mph.
• Incline display will show default incline of 0%.
Adjustment
• Press Speed “UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick key to adjust the speed from 0 — 12 mph.
The speed display will update the current & future speed and the dot matrix window will
update the profile accordingly.
• Press Incline “UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick key to adjust the incline from 0 15%.
The incline display will update the current & future incline and the dot matrix window will
update the incline profile if this display is selected.
• Press “SELECT” key next to dot matrix window to switch the profile display
Ending Quick Start
• When the “STOP” key has been pressed twice during Quick Start, this program will end
and enter workout summary mode.
• There will be a beep sound to indicate the program ended.
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CLASSIC PROGRAMS
There are 10 Classic programs for selection. Each program has similar setup process. There
are preset speed, incline as well as track programs. Follow the instruction listed below to select and setup the desired program to begin exercise.
Program Names
MANUAL PROGRAM
You can build your own program with Manual program. Be sure
to include a Warm Up period during your workout since the
Warm Up mode is skipped in the Manual program.
INTERVAL TRAINER
The Interval Trainer program helps to build the strength of
your cardiovascular system. By alternating the workload from
high speed to low speed & incline, your heart gets an effective
workout.
HILL WALK
The Hill Walk program simulates a hill climb exercise with a
preset hill profile and slow speed to walk. The exercise profile
will guide you through the up hill climb or down hill glide.
RANDOM HILLS
The Random Hills program is designed to allow the user to
choose from an unlimited number of computer generated
incline profiles.
Note: Profile shown here is for reference only; computer will
generate a different profile each key press.
THIGH BURNER
The program is designed to tone your Thighs & Glutes; it in­
cludes a series of up hill climbing exercises and a preset incline
profile. Workout on this program often, you will see the result in
no time
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EASY JOG
The Easy Jog program is designed for a beginner who just
started running. It varies speed throughout the program to
help you accustomed to running. You can gradually increase
the speed or incline over time when you improve.
GLUTE TONER
The program is designed to tone your Glutes it includes a preset speed profile and a preset
incline profile, plus message display prompts indicate when to
work hard and when to relax. It is a great body building program.
FAST TRACK
The Fast Track program is designed for an intermediate runner who has running training before. It includes higher speeds in the program to make you jog
or run periodically. It is a fast paced training program
5K TRAIN & 10K RUN
The 5K Train & 10K Run programs are the distance training programs. It sets the distance
target to be 5KM or 10KM and you can set up your pace by entering the time. It is very easy
to see your speed improvement over time, because your time will be shorter and shorter.
As soon as the program run mode begin, the dot
matrix profile display will display a 5K track or
10K track profile and start blinking in the smaller
track. The blinking LED is showing where your
position is vs. goal. Each LED blinks (Time / 32)
minutes. When you completed the track, you completed a 5K or 10K course.
Note: Because the speed is calculated from your selected time, therefore the speed can not
be adjusted during program run mode.
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Beginning the Program
During idle mode, the message display scrolls” SELECT A PROGRAM OR PRESS START”
messages, to begin this program, press “Classic Programs” key until “Fast Track” program
LED indicator lights up.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the message display flashes the program name, “PRESS ENTER”, it indicates you are
about to select the particular program.
• Press “START” key to accept current default values and begin the program workout.
• Or press “ENTER” to enter program setup mode. The dot matrix & data displays will take
you through the program setup mode step by step as below:
Entering Age
1. If Enter key is pressed, the dot matrix window will flash “AGE.
2. The time display will display & blink the default age.
3. You may press “UP/DOWN” or numeric quick key to adjust the age.
4. After age adjustment, press “ENTER” to accept and enter Weight adjustment.
Entering Weight
1. If Enter key is pressed after age adjustment, the dot matrix window will flash “WT”.
2. The time display will display & blink the default weight.
3. You may press “UP/DOWN” or numeric quick key to adjust the weight.
4. After weight adjustment, press “ENTER” to accept and enter Time adjustment.
Entering Time
1. If Enter key is pressed after weight adjustment, the dot matrix window will flash “TIME”.
2. The time display will display & blink the default time = 30:00 (except 5K, 10K programs).
3. You may press “UP/DOWN” or numeric quick key to adjust the time up to 4:00 (hr: min).
(Note, for 5K, 10K: when you adjust the time, the Speed display will calculate the average
speed and display so you know how fast you have to run to get to 5K in your selected time).
4. After time adjustment, press “ENTER” or “START” to accept and begin this program.
(Note: you may press START key anytime to skip the setup and begin the workout immediately.)
During the Program
As soon as the “ENTER” or “START” key is pressed, the selected program will start.
Data Display
• Once the program is started, the data display window will display “time, calories & heart
rate” as defaults.
• Press “Select” button to switch the data displays.
• Time display will show the selected program time and count down.
• Speed display will show default speed. Incline display will show default incline.
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Adjustment
• Press Speed ”UP/DOWN key or numeric quick key to adjust the speed from 0 – 12 mph.
The speed display will update the current & future speed and the dot matrix window will
update the profile accordingly.
• Press Incline “UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick key to adjust the incline from 0 15%.
The incline display will update the current & future incline and the dot matrix window will
update the incline profile if this display is selected.
• Press “SELECT” key next to dot matrix window to switch the profile display.
Ending the Program
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When selected program time is up, this program will end and Cool down will be active.
See Cool down section for details.
If STOP key is pressed twice during program run mode, the program run mode will end
and enter workout summary mode.
There will be a beep sound to indicate the program ended.
HR INTERACTIVE PROGRAMS
Dot matrix display during HR Interactive programs – The dot matrix display will display program % Max HR profile, not speed profile. The row of target % Max HR LEDs will light up to
indicate your goal; then the current segment LEDs will light up and blink to show your actual
heart rate. You could compare your actual heart rate against your goal while exercising.
There are 4 HR interactive programs for selection. Each program
has similar setup process. Follow
the instruction listed below to select and setup the desired program to begin exercise.
A HEART RATE MONITORING DEVICE MUST BE USED FOR THIS PROGRAM. FOR BETTER RESULTS, A CHEST STRAP IS RECOMMENDED FOR THIS OPERATION.
IMPORTANT: It is unsafe to exceed 95% of your maximum heart rate while exercising.
Please consult your physician before performing any Heart Rate based training program.
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Program Names
TARGET HR
The Target Heart Rate program is designed to keep you training at your chosen heart rate level. Computer will adjust the
speed automatically to ensure the target heart rate is achieved
and maintained during the entire program.
HR INTERVALS
The Heart Rate Intervals program is designed to alternate periods of hard work (Work phase) with periods of easy work (Rest
phase). The console will adjust the resistance level up to meet
your Work heart rate goal and adjust it down to recover. This
phase changes every 2 segments to best condition your cardiovascular system.
HR HILL
The HR Hill program is based on a percentage (%) of your
maximum heart rate (220 minus your age). Within each training
zone subtle physiological effects take place to enhance your
fitness status.
• The energy efficient or Recovery zone – 60% to 70%
• Training within this zone develops basic endurance and aerobic capacity.
• The Aerobic zone – 70% to 80%. Training within this zone to develop your cardiovascular
system.
• The Anaerobic zone – 80% to 90%. Training within this zone will develop your lactic acid
system.
CARDIO TRAINING
The Cardio Training program is designed to keep you heart
rate at your anaerobic stage. The heart rate is maintained at
80% of Max heart rate to develop your lactic acid system and
build your strength most effectively.
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Beginning the Program
During idle mode, the message display scrolls” SELECT A PROGRAM OR PRESS START”
messages, to begin this program, press “HR Interactive” key until “Target HR” program LED
indicator lights up.
Accepting Default values or Entering the program setting mode
When the message display flashes the program name, “PRESS ENTER”, it indicates you are
about to select the Target HR program. Press “START” or “ENTER” key to go to the next step.
• Press “START” key to accept current default values and begin the program workout.
• Default Time = 30 minutes
• Default profile = % max HR profile
• Or press “ENTER” to enter program setup mode The dot matrix & data displays will take
you through the program setup mode step by step as below:
• Enter Age
• Enter Weight
• Enter Time
• Enter Heart Rate if necessary
If Enter key is pressed after time adjustment, the dot matrix window will flash a message.
• For Target HR program:
• The Heart Rate display will display & blink the default target, calculated from 70%.
• You may press Speed or Incline “UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick key to adjust the
target HR up to 85% of Max HR.
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For HR Intervals program:
• Enter Work HR: you may adjust the work HR from 65% to 90% of Max HR.
• Enter Rest HR: you may adjust the rest HR from 80bpm to work HR setting.
After HR adjustment, press “ENTER” or “START” to accept and begin this program.
(Note: you may press START key anytime to skip the setup and begin the work out immediately.)
During the Program
As soon as the “ENTER” or “START” key is pressed, the Warm Up will be active.
Data Display
• When Warm Up mode is completed, this program will begin; the data display window will
display the default workout data of “time, calories & heart rate”. Press “Select” button to
switch the data displays.
• Time display will show the selected program time and count down.
• Speed display will show default speed. Incline display will show default incline.
• Heart Rate display:
• If there is no pulse input, the Heart rate data display will show “” and blink. If
there continues to be no pulse input, the console will maintain its current resistance setting and not changing until the program ends or is changed.
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If there is a valid pulse, the Heart rate display will show the actual pulse reading.
Target HR program adjustment:
• Computer will adjust the speed to achieve your Heart rate goal; therefore speed can not
be adjusted during program run mode. Press Speed ”UP/DOWN” key will adjust the target HR goal.
• The numeric quick key can not be used to adjust the target HR setting during program
run mode.
• Press Incline “UP/DOWN” key to adjust the incline from 0 12%. The incline display will
update the current & future incline and the dot matrix window will update the incline profile
if this display is selected.
• Press “SELECT” key next to dot matrix window to switch the profile display.
HR Intervals program adjustment:
Press Speed ”UP/DOWN” key will adjust the target HR goal.
• Press Speed “UP/DOWN” key during Rest HR segment to adjust the Rest HR setting of
the remaining program. The Pulse window will blink the Rest HR setting and adjust. Until
the adjustment is done, it then will resume to display actual HR. Dot matrix window will
update the Rest %Max HR profile accordingly.
• Press Speed “UP/DOWN” key during Work HR segment to adjust the Work HR setting of
the remaining program. The Pulse window will blink the Work HR setting and adjust. Until
the adjustment is done, it then will resume to display actual HR. Dot matrix window will
update the Work %Max HR profile accordingly.
HR Hill & Cardio Training program adjustment:
Computer will adjust the speed to achieve your Heart rate goal; therefore speed can not be
adjusted during program run mode. Press Speed ”UP/DOWN” key will adjust the current &
future target HR goal proportionally. The dot matrix pro file will update the profile accordingly.
Ending the Program
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When selected program time is up, this program will end and Cool down will be active.
See Cool down section for details.
If STOP key is pressed twice during program run mode, the program run mode will end
and enter workout summary mode.
There will be a beep sound to indicate the program ended.
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CUSTOM PROGRAMS 1, 2, 3 & 4
These programs are designed to be userfriendly tools. You can build your own programs and
save them for later workout. With this function, you will be able to call up your favorite program, which stores all of your accurate user information, and begin your exercise right away.
Save a program into Custom programs
To save your favorite program into Custom program during Cool Down and Workout summary, first to select a Custom program number you want to save your favorite program. Second,
press the “Custom Programs” key and hold the key for 2 seconds when the right Custom Program number LED indicator lights up. There will be 2 beeps to indicate that your program has
been saved. The message display will scroll a message of “YOUR PROGRAM HAS BEEN
SAVED” to indicate the success of saving the program. After the message, the console will
resume to previous activities.
Following information of this program will be saved:
• Age & Weight
• Program time
• Speed, Incline, profile
• HR setting if it is a HR Interactive program
If there was a program saved in this Custom program before, the new program will overwrite
the previous program.
Selecting Custom Program and Beginning the Program
To select a User program, press “Custom Program” key until the right custom program number
is highlighted.
• If there was no saved program, the message display will scroll, “NO SAVED PROGRAM,
SELECT ANOTHER PROGRAM” and wait for an instruction.
• If there was a saved program, the dot matrix will display the program profile and message
display will flash “CUSTOM 1 or 2 or 3 or 4” and flash “PRESS ENTER” to indicate the
next step.
• Press “ENTER” key is pressed, you now will enter program time setting mode and the message display will flash “ENTER TIME” “TIME = XX MIN” will blink and wait for your entry.
• Or you can press “START” key to accept current default values and begin program workout
right away.
During the Program
A saved program will behave the same way as the original program, see each program section
for details.
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CARDIO COACH
BODYCRAFT is working hard to make your training easy. With Cardio coach, the computer
will calculating the calories you will burn or distance you will run before you even start your
program! You will be able to see the figures before your workout. It depends on what you are
training on, you can adjust your speed or distance or time to get to your training goal in no
time.
Beginning the Program
Cardio coach A – Classic program calculations. You pick a classic program and enter your
weight and program time you want to workout with, the console will calculate your entire workout calories burn and distance travel using program default.
During idle mode, press and hold SPEED “UP” for 2 seconds. It will enter Cardio coach A.
• The message display will flash “CARDIO COACH A” and “SELECT A PROGRAM”.
• Press “Classic program” key to select your desired program for calculation.
• After your desired program LED indicator is light up, the message display will flash a mes­
sage of “PRESS ENTER” to wait for your input. Press ENTER to confirm your selection.
• After ENTER key is pressed, the console will ask for your Age with message of “ENTER
AGE” “AGE = XX”.
• After ENTER key is pressed, the console will ask for your Weight with message of “ENTER WEIGHT” “WEIGHT = XXXLB”.
• Press ”UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick keys to adjust.
• After adjustment, it will flash another message of “PRESS ENTER” for your con­
firmation.
• After ENTER key is pressed, the console will ask for your Program Time with message of
“ENTER TIME” “TIME= 30MIN”.
• Press ”UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick keys to adjust.
• After adjustment, it will flash another message of “PRESS ENTER” for your con­
firmation.
• After time entry, the console will start calculating your total calories and total distance and
display” CAL = XXXX DIS = XXXX”.
• After you review your totals, you can press “START” button to jump start this program.
Program functions the same as a Classic program, see previous pages for details.
• Or you can press & hold “STOP” key for 2 seconds to reset the console.
Cardio coach B – Program Time or Average Speed or Total Distance calculations. Use Cardio coach B, you can input program time & average speed to get to total distance. Or input
program time & total distance to get to average speed. Or input total distance & average
speed to get to program time.
During idle mode, press and hold both INCLINE “UP” & “DOWN” keys at same time for 2
seconds. It will enter Cardio coach B.
• The message display will flash “CARDIO COACH B”.
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The data display will light up Speed, Time & Distance LED indicators and dis play their
data.
Time display will blink and wait for your entry. Distance display will blink next. Speed display will blink the last.
Press ”UP/DOWN” key or numeric quick keys to adjust. or Press “CLEAR” key to skip the
entry.
Any of the two items entered, it will have enough datas to calculate the third one. Therefore when there are two datas entered, all three windows will show the result with 2 flash­
es at the same time.
After you review your totals, you can press “START” button to jump start this program.
Program functions the same as “Quick Start” program, see previous pages for details.
Or you can press & hold “STOP” key for 2 seconds to reset the console.
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THE BODYCRAFT 800M WARRANTY
BODYCRAFT warrants its products to be free of defects in material and workmanship for the
time stated below to the original purchaser.
Residential Warranty: Lifetime* Frame and Drive Motor, 12 years Parts & Electronics
and 2 years Labor.
Light Commercial Warranty: Lifetime* Frame and Drive Motor, 5 years Parts & Electronics and 1 year Labor.
This warranty is valid only in accordance with the following conditions:
• The warranty begins on the original date of purchase at retail and ends when the original
owner disposes of it, either through sale, gift, or otherwise.
• This warranty is available only for purchases made within the USA and Canada, and currently residing in the USA or Canada.**
• In order for the warranty to be valid for the terms listed below, the product must be registered with BODYCRAFT within 30 days of purchase.
• The warranty is not transferable and does not cover normal maintenance.
• This warranty applies to Residential & Light Commercial use only and is void when used
in a Full Commercial environment.
• This warranty does not cover damage or equipment failure caused by electrical wiring not
in compliance with electrical codes or owner’s manual specifications, or failure to provide
reasonable and necessary maintenance as outlined in the owner’s manual.
• This warranty does not cover damage resulting from shipping, accident, misuse, water,
tampering, unreasonable use, unauthorized or improper repairs and alterations.
• This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear.
• BODYCRAFT cannot guarantee that the heart rate system on its products will work for all
users. Heart rate measurement accuracy varies based on a number of factors, including
the user’s physical condition, the heart rate measurement method is used, external interference, and other factors that may influence heart rate acquisition.
• If the item exhibits such a defect, BODYCRAFT will, at its option, repair or replace it without cost for parts. Shipping and handling charges may apply. (BODYCRAFT may request
a return of the part(s) or photographic evidence of the damaged part(s) prior to replacement at the owner’s expense).
• Proof of purchase must be supplied to validate warranty and the product must have been
registered with BODYCRAFT via the included warranty card or online at www.BODYCRAFT.com.
• This warranty is in lieu of all warranties, expressed or implied, and/or all other obligations
or liabilities on our part and we neither assume nor authorize any person to assume for
us any other obligation or liability in connection with the sale of the BODYCRAFT 800M.
Under no circumstances shall we be liable by virtue of this warranty or otherwise for damage to any person or property whatsoever for any special, indirect, incidental, secondary
or consequential damage of any nature whatsoever arising out of the use or inability to
use the BODYCRAFT 800M.
* Lifetime is defined as the period the original owner owns it, or 5 years after the product has
been discontinued.
** If you do not reside within the USA or Canada, please contact your local BODYCRAFT distributor for details specific to you.
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MAINTENANCE
CAUTION – FOR SAFE OPERATION
Always inspect hardware prior to any exercise session. Turn power switch to the “OFF” position and unplug electrical cord from the outlet before attempting maintenance. Inspect unit for
loose parts and frayed wires. Repair or replace any damaged or worn parts, tighten all loose
hardware as necessary.
After training, always wipe down your treadmill. Perspiration that continuously settles on frame,
pads or casing may eventually cause rust or damage to the unit. Damage resulting from lack
of proper maintenance will not be covered under warranty.
A proper maintenance will extend the life and ensure a better performance of the treadmill.
Below you will find our recommendations for the maintenance of your treadmill:
Overall Cleaning
Use a damp cloth to clean outer surface and console of the treadmill. DO NOT USE PETROLEUM BASED PRODUCTS TO CLEAN ANY PART OF THE TREADMILL. Use a clean, lint
free, cloth to occasionally clean the deck surface.
Belt/Deck Maintenance
Lubrication to the deck is very important to your treadmill. It will reduce the wear of the
deck and maintain the smooth running surface. Although this treadmill has been prelubed at
the factory, periodic lubrication is still necessary. It is difficult to predict exactly when the belt
will need lubrication, one of the most common symptoms is a hesitation or pause of the belt
when you set your foot. Here are some of the tips for deck lubrication:
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Wipe entire deck surface with a clean, lint free cloth.
Lubricate deck with the BODYCRAFT Lubrication Kit (which can be purchased
through your BODYCRAFT website.)
• Follow the instructions as specified in the Lubrication Kit.
• Lubricate your treadmill approximately every 6 months of normal use
Belt Adjustment
Proper belt adjustment is important for smooth and safe operation of the treadmill. If the belt
is too loose, you will feel a slight hesitation each time you take a step. (If this symptom occurs,
first turn the treadmill off and try lubricating the deck/belt — see Belt/Deck Maintenance.)
The adjustment screws must be tightened evenly in order to adjust the belt properly. The adjustment screws are located at the rear of the treadmill in the end caps.
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Both adjustment screws should be tightened 1/4 turn
in a clockwise direction with a wrench and the belt
checked for slipping after each adjustment. If the belt
continues to slip, repeat this process until the belt
stops slipping. Make sure to only turn the adjustment
screws 1/4 turn each time until the slipping stops.
This will insure that you do not overtighten the rollers. Overtighten the rollers may cause serious damage to the treadmill.
Belt Alignment
If the belt tracks too close to one side, loosen the adjustment screw on the opposite side,
turning it counterclockwise 1/4 turn. Restart the treadmill and run it at 5 mph / 8 kph for 1 to 2
minutes to insure the belt will stay in the center. Repeat the procedure if necessary.
If noises develop or malfunctions occur, contact your authorized BODYCRAFT fitness
dealer.
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SERVICE PARTS LIST
ID CODE
DESCRIPTION
2HXG
WHEEL SET/pair, 200/400/800m
2SR3
END CAP SET (L & R), 200/400/800m
2SR5
FRONT COVER, 200/400/800m
2SR6
SIDE COVER, LEFT, 200/400/800m
2SR7
SIDE COVER, RIGHT, 200/400/800m
2HY3
ELASTOMERS (6pcs), 200/400/800m
2HY4
SIDERAIL GUIDE SCREWS (8PCS), 200/400/800m
2HY5
BELT TENSION SCREW, 200/400/800m
2HX6
FRONT ROLLER ASS'Y, 200/400/800m
2HX5
REAR ROLLER ASS'Y, 200/400/800m
2HXZ
REAR LEVELERS, 200/400/800m
2LKU
POWER CORD, 110V, 200/400/800m
0LSG
CIRCUIT BREAKER, 200/400/800m
2HY6
RPM SENSOR, 200/400/800m
26S4
POLY V DRIVE BELT, 200/400/800m
2GD6
SAFE KEY ASS'Y, 200/400/800m
3KHC
HAND RAIL, L & R, 200/400/800m
2HY8
LEAD WIRE ASS'Y, 400/800m
2HXH
DRIVE MOTOR ASS'Y W/BELT, 400/800m
2HXN
CONTROL BOARD ASS'Y, 400/800m
2SRU
CONSOLE MAST COVER, LEFT, 400/800m
2SRV
CONSOLE MAST COVER, RIGHT, 400/800m
37BM
KAY PAD BOARD, 400/800m
31X5
WIRELESS HEART RATE BOARD, 200m/400m/800m
2HX7
ELEVATION MOTOR, 800m
3K4S
CONSOLE ASS'Y, 800m
3K3P
UPPER OVERLAY, 800m
3K3Q
LOWER OVERLAY, 800m
3K0S
RUNNING BELT, 800m
2FP3
RUNNING DECK, 800m
3KHJ
MOTOR COVER W/DECALS, 800m
3KHB
STEP RAIL ASS'Y, LEFT, 800m
3KHA
STEP RAIL ASS'Y, RIGHT, 800m
3KHQ
DECAL ASSY, 800m
2FP9
HANDLEBAR ASSY WITH HAND PULSE SENSORS
3K3R
UPPER CONSOLE COVER, 800m
3K3S
LOWER CONSOLE COVER, 800m
2G1B
KEY PAD, 800m
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