TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY GUIDELINES......................................................................................... 1
2. ASSEMBLING YOUR TREADMILL
Installation Requirements..................................................................................... 2
List of parts........................................................................................................... 4
Step by step instructions...................................................................................... 5
Step by step instructions (If the unit with handrails)............................................. 7
Floor level adjustment.......................................................................................... 11
3. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Safety key............................................................................................................ 12
4. UNDERSTANDING THE ELECTRONICS PACKAGE
MANUAL mode................................................................................................... 13
PROGRAM mode............................................................................................... 14
HR 65% mode / HRC 80% mode....................................................................... 15
5. KEY FUNCTIONS
What each of the categories means................................................................... 16
6. RUNNING ON THE TREADMILL....................................................................... 18
7. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
How long should I exercise?.............................................................................. 19
How often should I exercise?............................................................................. 19
8. MAINTAINING YOUR TREADMILL
Cleaning the treadmill......................................................................................... 20
Adjusting the running belt................................................................................... 21
9. TROUBLE SHOOTING
ERR Message..................................................................................................... 25
Blank display....................................................................................................... 25
Electronics package and motor fuse failure........................................................ 26
10. Wiring schematic.................................................................................................27
SAFETY GUIDELINES:
Please read and follow the following safety guidelines:
Before beginning any exercise program, you should consult with your doctor. It is
recommended that you undergo a complete physical examination.
‧Read this owner's manual carefully and follow the instructions.
‧Assemble and operate the treadmill on a solid, level surface. Keep the area
behind the treadmill clear.
‧Never allow children on or near the treadmill. The running belt will not stop
immediately if any object becomes caught in the belt or rollers.
‧Check the treadmill before every use. Make sure all parts are assembled, and all
nuts and bolts are tightened. Do not use the treadmill if the unit is disassembled
in any way.
‧Keep hands away from moving parts.
‧The weight limit for this treadmill is 275 lb. (125 kg).
‧Wear proper workout clothing: Do not wear loose clothing. Do not wear shoes
with leather soles or high heels. Tie back all long hair.
‧Don't rock the unit from side to side. Care should be taken when mounting and
dismounting the unit.
‧Straddle the machine with your feet on the right and left staging platform before
starting the running belt.
‧Do not place any liquids on any part of the treadmill.
‧To prevent shock, keep all electric components such as the motor, cord, and
switch away from water.
‧Turn off the treadmill while adjusting or working near the roller.
‧Do not use any accessories that aren't specifically recommended by the
manufacturer, these might cause injuries or cause the unit to fail.
‧Work within your recommended exercise level, do NOT work to exhaustion.
‧If you feel any pain or abnormal sensation, STOP YOUR WORKOUT and consult
your physician immediately.
The treadmill is designed for your use and enjoyment. By following the above
precautions and using good judgment and common sense, you will enjoy safe and
pleasurable exercise with this treadmill.
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ASSEMBLING YOUR TREADMILL:
Installation requirements
Read this owner's manual and follow the instructions contained herein.
CAUTION: To avoid back strain, and to ensure safety to the unit and yourself, we
suggest you may need a helper to remove the running deck assembly
from box.
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If the unit with handrails
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List of parts
Before assembling your treadmill, make sure that you have all the following items:
1. One safety key
2. One hex Allen wrench (M6) with T-handle
3. One hex Allen wrench (M5) with T-handle
4. One hex Allen wrench (M5)
5. One hex Allen wrench (M4) with T-handle
6. One fuse - 12 amp for 100-120 volt use; 7 amp for 200-240 volt use
7. Four M4 x L12 Philips screws - electronics package
8. One 2-way Screwdriver
If any items are missing, contact your authorized service dealer.
IMPORTANT: The packing for this treadmill is designed to protect it during shipment.
Please store the original packaging in a safe place in case you need
to ship the treadmill in the future.
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Step by step instructions
The following steps explain how to assemble your treadmill. Please read every step
thoroughly and follow the directions completely to ensure correct assembly.
1. There are important parts enclosed inside of the Styrofoam, please check the
Styrofoam compartments before discarding. Make sure all packing materials are
removed from the treadmill deck.
2. Lay the treadmill on its side. Make sure the running belt is position in the tracks of
the two BELT ALIGNMENT ROLLER underside of the machine (see Fig. 1).
Fig.1
3. Then, place the treadmill on a level, flat surface.
4. Bring the side post to their upright positions. Attach the screws to the lift post. Do
not tighten yet. (see Fig. 2)
Fig.2
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5. Using two screws provided on each post. Do not tighten yet. (see Fig. 3)
Fig.3
6. Insert the electronics display into the slots on the side posts. Use the screwdriver
to tighten all screws securely. (See the Fig 4 Highlight). Lastly tighten all the
screws on each post.
Fig.4
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Step by step instructions (If the unit with handrails)
The following steps explain how to assemble your treadmill. Please read every step
thoroughly and follow the directions completely to ensure correct assembly.
1. There are important parts enclosed inside of the Styrofoam, please check the
Styrofoam compartments before discarding. Make sure all packing materials are
removed from the treadmill deck.
2. Lay the treadmill on its side. Make sure the running belt is position in the tracks of
the two BELT ALIGNMENT ROLLER underside of the machine (see Fig. 1).
Fig.1
3. Then, place the treadmill on a level, flat surface.
4. Bring the side post to their upright positions (including the handlebar and the
electronics package). Attach the screws to the lift post. Do not tighten yet. (See
Fig. 2)
Fig.2
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5. Using two 5/16" screws provided on each post. Do not tighten yet. (see Fig. 3)
Fig.3
6. Loosen the screws of fixing the handlebar and remove the steel plate. (see Fig. 4)
Fig.4
Please note: The screws to handlebar (Fig.4) are special provided by manufacturer.
Do not attempt to substitute any other screws. Any questions, please
contact your dealer.
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7. Turn up the handlebar and fasten the screws. Do not tighten yet. Make sure to
assemble the handlebar to the lift post correctly. R to R which are marked on the
handlebar and lift post respectively. (see Fig. 5)
Fig.5
8. Insert the electronics display into the slots on the side posts. Use the screwdriver
to tighten all screws securely (see the Fig 6 Highlight). Lastly tighten all the
screws on each post.
Fig.6
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9. Insert the two handrails into the handlebars and then fasten the screws provided.
Lastly secure the handrail clamp by fastening the screws (see Fig. 7).
Fig.7
Please note: The screws to the handrail clamp (Fig.7) are special provided by
manufacturer. Do not attempt to substitute any other screws. Any
questions, please contact your dealer.
10. Secure the screws in front of the lift posts and handlebar tightly, Secure the
screws to the lift posts tightly (see Fig. 8).
Fig.8
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Floor level adjustment
If the treadmill is not steady on your floor, turn the floor level adjustment on the rear
feet leg of the treadmill. Raise or lower the floor level adjustment to steady your
treadmill (see Fig. 9).
Fig.9
Your treadmill is assembled and ready to use.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: DO NOT STAND ON THE BELT WHEN STARTING.
Safety key
The safety key is required to operate the treadmill (see Fig.10). The safety key
should be used as an emergency stop by clipping the cord to your exercise clothing.
Be sure to store it in a safe place to avoid use by children or persons unfamiliar with
this treadmill.
Turn on the power switch located on the front of the treadmill. Insert the safety key
into the "SAFETY KEY" position on the middle socket of the electronics package in
order for the unit to function.
Fig.10
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UNDERSTANDING THE ELECTRONICS PACKAGE
CAUTION: DO NOT STAND ON THE BELT WHEN STARTING. Straddle the belt
with your feet on the right and left staging platforms.
A. After your turn on the power switch located on the front of the treadmill, the
treadmill will not function without the safety key in place on the "SAFETY KEY"
position of the electronics package.
B. The display shows
position.
, that means to insert the safety key into its
C. After you insert the safety key in place, the "User" light flashes, and the display
above User shows 01 ~ 04, that is User 1 ~ 4. You may press Speed ▲▼ to start
the unit or follow the below steps.
D. Use the ▼ or ▲ keys to select from user 1 through user 4. Once you have made
your choice, press "Enter". The user light stops flashing, and the "Weight" light
flashes. The display above Weight shows Weight, you can adjust it by pressing ▼
or ▲ keys, and it will change the weight 10LB or 5KG each time. Press "Enter".
The electronics package automatically recalls the program that was used last.
MANUAL mode:
A. When the MANUAL LED is lit, you are in the MANUAL mode.
B. Press the SPEED ▼ or ▲ keys, and this will start the motor. The speed range is
0-10 MPH (0-16 KPH). Press speed ▲ key to increase and press ▼ key to
decrease the speed.
C. Press the INCLINE ▼ or ▲ keys, and this will raise and lower the treadmill. The
INCLINE range is 0-12%.
D. Press the MODE key, and this will scroll you through the different modes on the
display window. With each press of the MODE key, the display will alternately
show TIME, DIST(DISTANCE), CAL(CALORIES), HR or SCAN.
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PROGRAM mode
A. There are a total of five (5) programs in this machine.
B. Press the Scroll key to choose any program, and you are in the program mode.
The course profile for each PROGRAM is as follows:
2.
0 1 2 1 3 2 0 1
2 0
3.
0 1 4 3 0 1 4
3
0 1
0 2 1 4 6 3 0 6
3 0
4.
5.
0 1 4 3 0 1 4 3
6.
0 3
7 10 0 3 7 10
C. When you have chosen the one you want, press the ENTER key. The TIME LED
flashes. Use the ▼ or ▲ keys to set TIME, then press ENTER.
Then you start the unit using the speed ▼ or ▲ keys. During these programs, you
control the speed, and the unit will automatically switch between elevation
percentages, giving you the feeling of running on hills or level ground.
Use the MODE key to switch the smaller center display between TIME, DIS, CAL,
HR or SCAN.
When your desired TIME is reached, a beep tone will sound for 10 seconds, after
which the machine will begin to count up again.
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HR 65% mode / HRC 80% mode ( The function is available while the unit is with
Polar Receiver. )
A. Press the scroll key to HRC 65% or HRC 80%.
B. Press ENTER, then the AGE LED flashes to remind you to input your age. Press
▼ or ▲ key to input it, while the Target HR is lit, the display shows the target
heart rate according to your input age.
C. Input your age, press ENTER. The Target HR is still lit, and the display flashes the
target heart rate. Use ▼ or ▲ key to adjust it, but you cannot increase the
prescribed limit. Then press ENTER.
D. The TIME LED flashes. Use ▼ or ▲ key to input the time you want to spend in
your Target Zone. Then press ENTER.
E. The MAX SPEED flashes. Use speed ▼ or ▲ key to set your desired MAX
SPEED, the motor start working. While you input and confirm the MAX SPEED,
after 3 seconds, the display shows the current speed automatically.
F. Every 8 seconds, it switches between MAX SPEED and current speed.
G. When treadmill reaches to the preset max. speed, user's heart rate is still below
target heart rate that is given according to your age, the number in SPEED/INCLINE
windows will be flashing to remind runner to manually speed up or lift up to increase
heart rate. (If user is running at the max. incline height, electronics display will
remind to speed up only.)
H. If user runs at the lowest speed, user's heart rate is still over target heart rate. The
number in INCLINE window will be flashing to remind runner to lower down incline
height to decrease heart rate. (This is in case the incline height is not at the lowest
position.)
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KEY FUNCTIONS:
SCROLL: Use the Scroll key to choose the desired course, like Manual, Program,
and HRC.
SPEED ▼▲ : Use the speed ▼▲ key to adjust your desired speed. The speed
range for the treadmill is from 0-10 mph (0-16 kph). Press the speed
▲ key to increase the speed and press the Speed ▼ key to
decrease the speed.
INCLINE ▼▲ : Use the INCLINE ▼▲ key to raise or lower the treadmill. The incline
range for the treadmill is from 0%-12%.
MODE: Press the mode key, and this will scroll you through the different modes.
With each press of the MODE key, the display will alternately show TIME,
DIST (Distance), CAL (Calories), HR, Target HR (When you are in HRC
program) or SCAN.
▼▲ key: These keys are used to choose the desired TIME or DISTANCE.
SAFETY KEY: For safety, one has to insert the safety key in its place to operate the
treadmill. If not, the unit won't work.
(HOLD TO RESET)
STOP
:
(PAUSE/RESTART)
Press STOP key, this treadmill will come to stop running
gradually.
When this treadmill stops running, hold STOP key as a function of
RESET, and all data is cleared up accordingly.
When this treadmill is running, press STOP key under PROGRAM
mode, every window will be flashing. All data will be reserved,
STOP key as a function of pause. Press this key once again to
continue uncompleted course.
ENTER: Use the enter key to confirm your input.
What each of the categories means:
TIME: The range available in TIME mode is 00:00-99:59 minutes. Use the MODE
key to select the time mode. When TIME LED is lit in the display, use the ▼
▲ keys to adjust the desired time.
The electronics package will BEEP for 3 seconds when your desired time is
reached, then will start to count up if you workout continues. Each press of
the key change the time by 1 minute.
DIST: The distance of the treadmill will register goes from 0-99.99 miles or 0-999.9
kilometers. Use the MODE key to select the DIST mode. When DIST LED is lit
in the display, use the ▼▲ keys to adjust the desired distance.
Each press of the key changes the distance by 0.05 mile or 0.1 km.
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The electronics package will BEEP for 3 seconds when your desired distance
is reached, then will start to count up if you workout continues.
CAL: This readout gives you the amount of calories burned, the range of calories is
from 0-999.9CAL.
SCAN: The SCAN will result in the display alternation between Modes readouts
every 4 seconds.
HR: This readout gives you the heart rate of your workout.
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RUNNING ON THE TREADMILL:
Now, you have become familiar with your treadmill's operation and are ready to
exercise:
1. Turn the power switch ON, and place the safety key on the "SAFETY KEY"
position.
2. Straddle the belt with your feet on the right and left staging platforms. Clip the
safety key to your exercise clothing at your waistline.
3. Straddle the belt, balancing one hand on the handrail. Press SPEED key to start
the treadmill. Adjust the speed ▲ key until you reach 1.5-2.0 MPH / 2.5-3.5 KPH,
a comfortable walking speed. With both hands on the handrails, place one foot,
then the other on the treadmill, and walk for a few minutes to get comfortable with
your machine.
4. After you are walking in an easy, relaxed, and steady fashion, release your grip on
the handrails, and let your arms swing freely and naturally.
5. When you feel comfortable walking, you may wish to jog. Hold the handrail with
one hand, using your other hand to increase the speed.
6. Remember to hold the handrail when using the control panel on the electronics
package. Holding the handrail with one hand will help to maintain your balance,
especially when slowing down or stopping. Also, remember to hold onto the
handrail when dismounting.
7. When you have finished your workout, remove the safety key from the "SAFETY
KEY" position. Always remember to cool down after your workout before
completely stopping.
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GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
How long should I exercise?
The duration of your exercise session is dependent on your fitness level. In general,
it is recommended that you maintain your heart rate in the training zone for at least
10 minutes to realize an aerobic benefit. As your fitness level increases, you will be
able to maintain your heart rate in the training zone for longer periods, usually
between 20 and 30 minutes.
When first starting your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up, then
slowly increase your workload to bring your heart rate into your specific training
zone. At the end of your workout, gradually decrease your workload, then exercise
lightly as a "cool down".
How often should I exercise?
Aerobic exercises, to achieve the greatest benefits, should be performed 3-5 times a
week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least 24 hours, for your body to
recover after exercise.
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MAINTAINING YOUR TREADMILL
Your treadmill relies on low friction for peak performance. The treadmill's low friction
operation is dependent on keeping the unit as clean as possible. See "Cleaning the
Treadmill" for more information.
Proper belt alignment is also important for proper operation of the treadmill. See
"Adjusting the Running Belt" for more information.
Cleaning the treadmill
CAUTION: Turn off unit and disconnect AC cord before cleaning.
Regular cleaning is recommended to keep your treadmill running at peak
Performance.
Before your workout, use a dry cloth to clean the staging platform, exposed slider
deck, and under the belt as far as you easily reach. This removes any dirt or dust
which might enter the slider area and compromise the unit's running efficiency.
To clean the plastic parts, use a mild detergent and make sure the unit is completely
dry before operating. On the running surface, use a soft nylon scrub brush.
Do not use water to clean the belt or running surface, or to clean the electronics
package. Should water, for some reason, get on the electronics package,
immediately blow dry the electronics package.
It is recommended that you keep all liquids away from the unit during operation.
Spillage of liquids onto or into the machine will void the warranty.
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Adjusting the running belt
Your treadmill comes with a belt alignment gauge located on the deck. (see Fig.11)
The edge of the running belt should be in the middle of the green portion of the
gauge. If the belt edge is in the green area, the belt does not need adjusting. If the
belt edge is in the red portion, the belt needs adjusting immediately.
Fig.11
If the unit with handrails
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The belt is properly aligned at the factory. However, during shipping and handling or
by use on an uneven surface, the belt may move off center. Therefore, it is important
that you check the belt's alignment before using the treadmill.
The correct alignment of the running belt is critical for the smooth operation of the
treadmill.
CAUTION: DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO WALK ON RUNNING BELT DURING
THIS PROCEDURE.
Failure to realign the belt could result in tearing or fraying of the belt, which is not
covered in the warranty. Please follow the adjustment procedure listed below:
1. Turn on the power switch located on the front of machine. Insert the SAFETY
KEY on the its position.
2. Press the SPEED ▲ key to increase the speed until the speed registers 2.0mph /
3.2kph on the digital display.
3. While the unit is running at 2.0mph/3.2kph, determine where the belt is in relation
to the belt alignment gauge.
4. Should your belt be in the wrong color range, follow the steps below to return the
belt to the "safety zone":
5. If the belt is in the left red zone: Turn the left belt adjustment bolt located at the
rear of the treadmill clockwise 1/4 turn at a time, using the hex Allen wrench.
Then turn the right belt adjustment bolt counterclockwise 1/4 turn. Let the
treadmill run 30 seconds, then check the position of the belt in the color gauge. If
the belt still has not returned to the green safety zone, repeat with another 1/4
turn until the belt has returned to the middle of the green area. Do not turn
adjusting bolt more than 1/4 turn at one time.
If the belt is on the edge of the green color, please adjust it so it is in the middle of
the green color. You may turn the adjustment nut less than 1/4 turn at one time.
6. Conversely, if the belt is in the right red zone, turn the right belt adjustment nut
clockwise 1/4 turn, then turn the left adjustment bolt counterclockwise 1/4 turn.
Then let the treadmill run at least 30 seconds, check the position of the belt in the
color gauge. If it still has not returned to the green safety zone, repeat with
another 1/4 turn until the belt has return to the middle of the green area. Do not
turn adjusting bolt more than 1/4 turn at one time.
7. When the belt is back in the green "safety zone", you can continue your regular
use of the treadmill. Slowly increase the speed of the unit to 5.5 MPH (9 KPH),
and let it run for at least 45 seconds.
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Periodically monitor the position of the belt to ensure peak performance:
When you are using the treadmill, if you feel a pause in the belt with each foot plant,
the belt is too loose. Stop the machine to check the belt tension, pull the running
belt up in the middle (see Fig. 12-1 & 12-2). There should be about 30 m/m (1 1/8")
or 3 kgs of "give" in the belt (see Fig. 12-3). If there is too much, adjust both rear
roller bolts clockwise 1/2 turn at a time (see Fig. 12-1). Then, check the belt tension
again, if more adjusting is required, give both adjusting bolts another slight turn. Do
not adjust over 2 full turns.
Fig.12-2
Fig.12-3
Fig.12-1
If the unit with handrails
Fig.12-2
Fig.12-3
Fig.12-1
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Conversely, if there is not enough "give", adjust both rear roller bolts
counterclockwise 1/2 turn at a time.
CAUTION: To avoid injury, special care must be taken when adjusting the running
belt. Remove any loose clothing or shoelaces and tie back your hair. Be
very careful to keep your fingers or any other objects clear of the belt
and rollers.
The treadmill is designed to carry specific weights at specific speeds. The treadmill
will not stop immediately if an object becomes caught in the belt or rollers.
Over tightening of the belt causes damage and premature failure of the
precision bearings in the front and rear rollers.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING:
CAUTION: SHUT OFF UNIT AND DISCONNECT AC CORD BEFORE MAKING ANY
REPAIRS OR MODIFICATIONS.
"ERR" messages
Note: If the electronic display shows "E-1, E-3, E-7 or E-10", please turn off the
POWER switch on the front of the machine. Allow the unit to rest for 5
seconds; then turn on the power switch begin operation again. Should the
electronics package display "ERR" again, please refer to the following section
for more information. OR, please contact your dealer for further instructions.
E-1 The optical switch mounted on the motor is not receiving the signal reflected
from the tachometer wheel. Please contact your dealer.
E-3 The user is running faster than the belt. Please turn the POWER switch off,
allow the machine to rest for 5 seconds, then try normal use again.
E-7 The computer is receiving the signal reflected from VR incorrectly which means
the wires have been disconnected. Make sure the ribbon cable is connected
securely, or contact your dealer for further information.
E-10 The speed sensor reading exceeds speed setting. Discontinue use
immediately and contact the SportsArt service department. Upon any
operation abnormality, discontinue use immediately and contact the SportsArt
service department.
Blank display
1. If you turn on the POWER switch and there is no light:
a. Check if the power cord is plugged securely into the wall socket.
b. Check that the power switch on the front of the unit is in the "ON" position. The
power switch should be lit.
c. If the power switch is not lit, replace the fuse. Please refer to the
ELECTRONICS PACKAGE AND MOTOR FUSE FAILURE section for more
information.
d. If there is still no display after completing the above steps, please contact your
dealer for more information.
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2. The power switch is lit, but no words appear on the display:
a. Make sure the cable connectors both inside the right lift post at the base of the
treadmill and at the top of the post are firmly in their sockets.
b. If no words appear in the display, then the fuse on the drive board needs to be
replaced, please check with your dealer for further information.
Electronics package and motor fuse failure
If you turn on the POWER switch and there is no light, and nothing displays on the
electronics package, then the fuse must be replaced.
CAUTION: SHUT OFF THE UNIT AND DISCONNECT AC CORD BEFORE MAKING
ANY REPAIRS OR MODIFICATIONS.
The fuse holders 12 amp (100V-120V) / 7 amp (200V-240V) for the electronics
package and motor are located on the front of the machine. Please determine your
area's standard voltage prior to replacement.
To remove the fuse for the electronics package and motor, push on the fuse holder
and then turn the holder counterclockwise and the fuse holder with fuse will protrude.
Remove the damaged fuse and insert a new fuse, pushing the fuse and holder in,
then turning clockwise to secure the fuse holder. (See Fig 13-1 ~ 13-4)
Fig.13-2
Fig.13-1
Fig.13-3
Fig.13-4
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If the unit's electronics package refuses to respond after changing the fuse, please
contact your dealer for more information.
Wiring Schematic:
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Your Authorized Distributor
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