TROJAN
MY SPACE MY TIME
®
CARDIO COACH 460
TREADMILL
TREADMILL ASSEMBLY, CARE
AND INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAUTION
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS AND
INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
BEFORE USING THIS EQUIPMENT.
KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
1
FITNESS
SOUTH AFRICA’S
WARRANTY
0861 876526
0861 TROJAN
# HOME
SINCE
1981
www.trojanhealth.co.za
INDEX
PAGE
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3
2. PRE ASSEMBLY CHECK LIST
5
3. HARDWARE LIST
6
4. ASSEMBLY STEPS
7
5. UNFOLDING/FOLDING/TRANSPORT
9
6. MAINTENANCE
10
7. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
11
8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
12
9. FITNESS TIPS & TECHNIQUES
20
10. CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
21
11. WARM -UP AND COOL-DOWN
22
12. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
23
13. PARTS LIST
24
14. EXPLODED DRAWING
26
15. TROJAN 1 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
27
16. TROJAN REPAIRS PROCEDURE
28
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
It is the sole responsibility of the purchaser of TROJAN products to read the owner’s manual, warning labels and instruct all
individuals on proper usage of the equipment. Understanding each and every warning to the fullest is important. If any of these
instructions or warnings are unclear please contact TROJAN Customer Services on 0861 876 526 (0861 Trojan), within the Republic
of South Africa.
The equipment is only intended for HOME USE and is NOT INTENDED FOR COMMERCIAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND/OR
STUDIO FACILITIES USE.
Contact TROJAN with any questions regarding this classification. It is recommended that all users of TROJAN be informed of the
following information prior to use.
HEALTH WARNING
• Before starting any exercise or conditioning program you should consult with your personal physician to see if you require a complete physical exam. This is especially important if you are over the age of 35 or have never exercised, are pregnant or suffer from any illness.
• If at any time during exercise you feel faint, dizzy or experience pain, stop exercising immediately and consult your physician.
• To avoid muscular pain and strain, begin each workout by stretching and warming up and end each session by cooling down and stretching.
ACCESS CONTROL
TROJAN recommends that all fitness equipment be used in a supervised area. It is recommended that the equipment be located in
an access controlled area. Control is the responsibility of the owner. Keep children away from all equipment. Parents or other
supervising adults must provide close supervision of children if the equipment is used in the presence of children.
INSTALLATION
TROJAN recommends that all equipment:
• Be secured to or set up on a solid, level surface to stabilise and eliminate rocking or tipping over during training.
• Be set up inside your home away from moisture and dust (the equipment is not designed for outdoor use).
• Be set up with sufficient ventilation to ensure proper operation.
• Be set up with sufficient space around the equipment so that all exercises can be completed safely. It is
recommended that there should be at least 1m of space around the equipment where access is required to exercise. For treadmills it is recommended that you have 2 m of space behind the running deck.
• Be installed by our team of installers.
PROPER USAGE
• Do not use the equipment in any way other than as designed or intended by the manufacturer. It is imperative that TROJAN equipment is used properly to avoid injury.
• Injuries may result from exercising improperly or excessively. • Your TROJAN equipment should only be used by one person at a time.
• Be careful to maintain your balance while using, mounting, dismounting, folding, unfolding or assembling your TROJAN equipment to avoid injury.
• Servicing other than the procedures in this manual should be performed by an authorized service representative only.
• DANGER: Always unplug the power cord before cleaning any equipment powered by electricity.
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1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSPECTION
• Do not use or permit use of any equipment that is damaged or has worn or broken parts. For all TROJAN equipment use only replacement parts supplied by TROJAN.
• Always make sure that all nuts and bolts are tightened prior to each use.
• Belts pose an extreme danger if used when frayed. Always replace any belt at first sign of wear.
• Maintain labels and name plates – do not remove labels for any reason. They contain important information.
• Equipment maintenance – Preventative maintenance is the key to smooth operating equipment. Please ensure that you
follow our maintenance tips to ensure the continued correct function of your TROJAN equipment.
• Before any use, examine all accessories approved for use with the TROJAN equipment for damage or wear.
• Should your TROJAN equipment appear damaged or worn, do not attempt to use or repair the equipment yourself.
Please contact our service department on 0861 876526 (0861 Trojan) to arrange a repair.
OPERATING WARNINGS
• It is the purchaser’s responsibility to instruct all users as to the proper operating procedures of all TROJAN equipment.
• Keep children away from all moving parts and away from all strength equipment. Parents must provide close supervision of children if the equipment is used in the presence of children.
• Do not wear loose fitting clothing or jewellery when using the equipment. It is also recommended that users tie up long hair to avoid contact with moving parts.
• Ensure that anyone not using the equipment stays clear of the user, accessories and moving parts while the machine is in operation.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
• Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces.
• Never use the equipment if the power cable or plug is frayed or damaged.
• Never use the equipment if the cord, equipment or surrounding floor area is wet or damp.
• All electrical products must be grounded. This product is supplier with the necessary grounding connections.
• Do not modify the plug provided with the product. If the plug will not fit into the power outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
USER WEIGHT LIMITATIONS
• This TROJAN CARDIO COACH 460 may not be used by persons weighing more than 130kg.
SAVE THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR FUTURE USE AND REFERENCE
If any of these instructions or warnings are unclear please contact TROJAN Customer Services on 0861 876526 (0861 Trojan),
within the Republic of South Africa or visit www.trojanhealth.co.za.
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2. PRE ASSEMBLY CHECK LIST
Thank you for choosing the TROJAN CARDIO COACH 460 treadmill. We take great pride in producing this quality
product and hope it will provide many hours of quality exercise to make you feel better, look better and enjoy life to its
fullest.
Yes, it is a proven fact that a regular exercise program can improve your physical and mental health. Too often, our
busy lifestyles limit our time and opportunity to exercise. The TROJAN CARDIO COACH 460 treadmill provides a
convenient and simple method to begin your assault on getting your body in shape and achieving a healthier lifestyle.
Before reading further, please familiarise yourself with the parts that are labelled.
Read this manual carefully before using the TROJAN CARDIO COACH 460 treadmill.
Consol
Safety Key
Hand Pulse
Upright
Main Frame
Running Belt
Wheel
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3. HARDWARE LIST
Item
85
1
81
82
88
105
100
101
92
89
86
Description
Computer Consol
Frame
Left Upright
Right Upright
Left Handrail Tube
Upright Fixing Plastic
Left Handrail Cover
Right Handrail Cover
Bottle
Right Handrail Tube
Cup Shelf
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Qty
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
Item
96
94
120
97
98
99
93
107
41
91
131
124
132
Description
Hex Screw M8 x P1.25 x 100
Truss Hex Screw M8 x P1.25 x 15
Truss Philips Screw M6 x P1.0 x 15
Hex Wrench 6mm (80mm x 80mm)
Hex Wrench + Screwdriver 5mm
Silicon
Safety Key/Clip
Power Cord
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw Ø4 x 16
MP3 Sound Cable
Spring Washer
Washer
Lug Wrench
Qty
6
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
6
6
1
4. ASSEMBLY STEPS
Note:
• Two people are required to assemble the treadmill.
• Please follow the assembly steps to avoid injury.
STEP 1: Unpacking
even surface.
STEP 2: Upright Assembly
CAUTION:
Ensure that cables are not damaged
during assembly or when tightening screws.
• Attach the Lower Control Wire of Frame (1) to the
Guide Thread attached to the Right Upright (82).
• Place the Left and Right Uprights (81, 82) and Upright
Fixing Plastic onto Frame (1) and secure with three
Hex Screws (96) , three Spring Washer (131) and
three Washer (124) on each side.
Note: While assembling the uprights, one person should
hold the uprights to prevent them falling over.
STEP 3: Handrail Assembly
CAUTION:
Ensure that cables are not damaged
during assembly or when tightening screws.
• Place the Left and Right Handrail Tubes (88, 89)
above the uprights and connect the Control Wires in
Uprights with the corresponding wire in Handrail Tube
(89).
• Secure the Handrail Tubes (88, 89) and the Uprights
with three Hex Screws (94) on each side.
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STEP 4: Consol Assembly
CAUTION:
Ensure that cables are not damaged
during assembly or when tightening screws.
•
PlacetheComputerConsol(85)abovetheHandrail
Tubes then connect the Control Wires in the
Handrail to the corresponding wires in the Computer
Consol (85).
•
SecuretheComputerConsol(85)ontothe
Handrail Tubes with 1 Truss Philips Screw (120) and 2
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screws (41) on each side.
STEP 5: Cover Assembly
•
ClipCovers(100,101)ontotheHandrails.
•
PlacetheCupShelves(86)intotheComputer
Consol.
•
UntietheLoincloth.
Recheck
all bolts and nuts are
tightened securely
before using the machine
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5. UNFOLDING / FOLDING / TRANSPORT
FOLDING
This treadmill can be folded for storage.
•
Switchoffthetreadmillandremovetheplugfromthe
power supply.
•
Standbehindthetreadmillandlifttherunningdeck
upwardsuntilitlocksintoplace.Besuretohearthedeck “click”intotheuprightposition.
(A)
UNFOLDING
•
Ifyouwanttousethetreadmill,holdtherunningboard
withbothhandstopreventitfromfallingunexpectedly.
•
Steponthefixingplate(A)asshowninthedrawing.
•
Whentherunningdeckdisengagesfromthelocking
mechanism,pulldowngentlyontherunningdeck.
•
Releasetherunningdeck,andthetreadmillwillslowly
fall to the ground automatically.
TRANSPORTING
•
Placeyourrightfootontotherightbasefoottube.
•
Withtwohandsholdingtheleftandrighthandgriptubes,
pull the treadmill toward you.
•
Youcannoweasilymovethetreadmilltothedesired
position by pushing it on its wheels.
CAUTION:
•
TheCylindercontainshighpressuregas.
•
IftheCylinderishit,itmightbedamagedandaffectthe
smooth operation of the folding and unfolding mechanism.
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6. MAINTENANCE
Your treadmill should require little maintenance other than to periodically apply lubricant. Lubricating under the
treadbeltwillensuresuperiorperformanceandextendthetreadmill’slifeexpectancy.
HOW TO CHECK TREADBELT FOR PROPER
LUBRICATION
•Liftonesideofthetreadbeltandfeelthetopsurfaceofthe
treadboard.
•Ifthesurfaceisslicktothetouch,thennofurtherlubricationis
required.
•Ifthesurfaceisdrytothetouch,applyonepacketoflubricant
or half of the bottle of lubricant.
HOW TO APPLY LUBRICANT
• Liftonesideoftreadbelt.
• Pouronehalfofthelubricantbottleunderthecentreofthetreadbeltonthetopsurfaceofthetreadboard.
• Walkonthetreadmillataslowspeedfor3to5minutestoevenlydistributelubricant.
NOTE: DO NOT over lubricate treadboard. Any excess lubricant that comes out should be wiped off.
NOTE: ONLY USE HALF THE BOTTLE OF LUBRICANT PER APPLICATION.
• NOTE:Ifyourlubricantisfinished,thetreadbeltcanbelubricatedwithDubbin.
LUBRICATION SCHEDULE
• Checkthetreadboardlubricationduringinstallation.Ifit’snecessary,lubricatethetreadboardusingonehalfofthe
lubricantprovided,beforeusingthetreadmillforthefirsttime.
• Ifthetreadmillisusedonaregularbasis,therunningdeckshouldbelubricatedonceamonth.
• Ifthetreadmillhasnotbeenusedfortwomonthsormore,thetreadboardmustbelubricatedbeforeuse.
BELT TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
• Ifduringuseyounoticethattherunningbelteithershiftstotherightortheleftofcentre,switchoffthetreadmill,
remove the “Safety Key” and unplug the equipment from the AC power source.
• Iftherunningbeltshiftsleft,usingHexwrenchprovided,turn
the left rear roller adjustment clockwise no more than 1/4” of a turn
(if the running belt shifts right, adjust the right rear roller).
• RemovetheHexwrench,insertthe“SafetyKey”andinsertthe
AC power cord into the AC outlet. Turn on your treadmill and
observe after running for a few minutes to see if the problem
has been corrected.
• Thismaytakeseveraladjustments,sorepeattheaboveprocedure.
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7. GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded. If a malfunction or breakdown occurs, grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER - improper connection of the equiment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with
aqualifiedelectricianorservicemanifyouareindoubtastowhethertheproductisproperlygrounded.Donotmodify
theplugprovidedwiththeproduct-ifitwillnotfittheoutlet;haveaproperoutletinstalledbyaqualifiedelectrician.
This product is for use on a nominal 220-240-volt circuit and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in
thefigure.Makesurethattheproductisconnectedtoanoutlethavingthesameconfigurationastheplug.Noadaptor
should be used with this product.
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
8.1 OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. WEIGHT SETTING MODE
• DisplaysWTforonesecondafterpoweringon,beforeenteringintotheweightsettingmode(Caloriescalculationuse).
•
PressSPEED+/-:Setweight:23~130kg;Setage:13-80.
•
PressENTER:Confirmweightvalueandenterintoagesettingmode.ConfirmagevalueandenterintoSTART/
READYmode.
•
PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintoManualmode.
Window Display
•
WeightSetting:Upperscreendisplays[WT],Lowerdotmatrixdisplays[KG]inMetricUnitand[LBS]in
• PressProgramFastKey:SwitchbetweenProgram1-Program10,TimeCountdown,DistanceCountdown,Calories English Unit.
•
AgeSetting:Upperscreendisplays[AGE].
•
Window:Weightsettingdisplaysweightvalue:Agesettingdisplaysagevalue.
Start/Ready Mode
• UnderSTART/READYmode,thedisplayalternatesbetweentheProfileofProgram1-Program10.
Countdown,HRC65%-HRC85%,HRCTarget,USER1,USER2,BODYFAT.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintoManualmode.
Window Display:
• DisplaysSpeedandInclineProfileofProgram1-Program10inturn.
2. MANUAL MODE
General Mode
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode(allthevaluescountup).
• PressSTOP:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
Sport Mode
• PressSPEED+/-:Setspeed.
• PressINCLINE+/-:Setincline.
• PressSTOP/RESET:Stoprunning.
• PressSTART:Countdownfor3secondsandenterintosportmode
• PressFASTKEY:Speedfastkeyadjustment:1-10km/hr,inclinefastkeyadjustment:L0,L2,L4,L6,L8,L10.
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
Window Display
• WindowDisplay:Speed,Incline,Time,Distance,CaloriesandPulse.DotMatrixdisplaysProfileofSpeed
and Incline.
3. GOAL MODE
General Mode
• PressProgramFastKey:SwitchbetweenProgram1-Program10,TimeCountdown,DistanceCountdown,Calories
Countdown,HRC65%-HRC85%,HRCTarget,USER1,USER2,BODYFAT.
• PressGOAL:GOALmodeincludesTimeMode,DistanceMode,CaloriesMode.UnderSTART/READYmode,useGOALto
switch between functions.
• PressENTER:Enterintosetting.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• Undereachdifferentmode,thecorrespondingsymbolisblinkinginthedisplaywindowanddisplaysthedefaultvalue.
The other windows will display the related default values.
Time Mode
• Presetvalueis20minutes.
• PressSPEED+/-:Adjusttargettime(5:00-99:00).
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
Distance Mode
• Presetvalueis5Km.
• PressSPEED+/-:Adjusttargetdistance(1Km-99.0Km).
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode(allthevaluescountup).
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
Calories Mode
• Presetvalueis200Calories.
• PressSPEED+/-:Adjusttargetcalories(40Calories-999Calories).
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode(allthevaluescountup).
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
Sport Mode
• PressSPEED+/-:Setspeed.
• PressINCLINE+/-:Setincline.
• PressSTOP/RESET:Stoprunning.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressFASTKEY:Speedfastkeyadjustment:1-10km/hr,inclinefastkeyadjustment:L0,L2,L4,L6,L8,L10.
4. PROGRAM MODE
General Mode
• PressProgramFastKey:SwitchbetweenProgram1–Program10,TimeCountdown,DistanceCountdown,Calories
Countdown,HRC65%-HRC85%,HRCTarget,USER1,USER2,BODYFAT.
• PressP1-P10:UnderSTART/READYmode,usetheFastKeytoswitchbetweenProgram1–10.Aftersetting
P1–P10,thecomputerautomaticallyentersintotimesetting.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• ProgramwindowwilldisplaythecurrentselectedProgramNumber.
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
Setting Mode
• Presetvalueis20minutes.
• PressSPEED+/-:Adjusttargettime(5:00-99:00).
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• PressENTER:EnterintoLEVELadjustment.Eachtimeyouadd1LEVELthespeedwillincreaseby1.0km/hrand inclinewillincreaseby1LEVEL.Thereareamaximumof5LEVELS.
Sport Mode
• PressSPEED+/-:Setspeed.
• PressINCLINE+/-:Setincline.
• PressSTOP/RESET:Stoprunning.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressFastKey:Speedfastkeyadjustment:1-10km/hr,inclinefastkeyadjustment:L0,L2,L4,L6,L8,L10.
5. HRC MODE
General Mode
• PressProgramFastKey:SwitchProgram1–Program10,TimeCountdown,DistanceCountdown,Calories
• PressHRC:HRCmodeincludesheartratetarget(65%,75%or85%).UnderSTART/READYmode,useHRCto Countdown,HRC65%-HRC85%,HRCTarget,USER1,USER2,BODYFAT.
switch to the desired rate.
• PressENTER:Undernon-targetmode,enterintoagesetting.Targetmodeentersintotheagesettingthefirsttime
you push ENTER and if you push it a second time it will enter into pulse setting.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintocountdownmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• UnderthedifferentHEARTRATEmodes,theDotMatrixwindowwilldisplaythecorrespondingheartratevalue.
Setting Mode
• PressSPEED+/-:Non-Targetmodecanadjustage(13-80);Targetmodecanadjusttargetpulsevalue.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode(timecountsup).
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
Sport Mode
• PressSPEED+/-:Setspeed.
• PressINCLINE+/-:Setincline.
• PressSTOP/RESET:Stoprunning.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressFastKey:Speedfastkeyadjustment:1-10km/hr,inclinefastkeyadjustment:L0,L2,L4,L6,L8,L10.
• After2minutes,computerbeginstodetectheartbeatchanges.Thecomputerupdatesthereadingonceevery10 seconds. Every time the computer detects a change it will automatically adjust the SPEED and INCLINE (up or down
asrequired).SPEEDisadjustedby0.2km/hrandINCLINEby1level.Ifnoheartbeatisdetectedafter2minutesof startingthecomputerwilldisplayawarningsymbol.Ifnoheartbeatisdetectedcontinuouslyfor30secondsduring
exercise,thetreadmillwillstopautomatically.
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
6. USER MODE
General Mode
• PressProgramFastKey:SwitchProgram1-Program10,TimeCountdown,DistanceCountdown,Calories
Countdown,HRC65%-HRC85%,HRCTarget,USER1,USER2,BODYFAT.
• PressU1,U2:UnderSTART/READYmode,useU1toswitchtoUSER1,useU2toswitchtoUSER2.Afterselectionthe
computer automatically enters into time setting.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• UserwindowdisplaysthecurrentselectedUsernumber.
Setting Mode
• Presettimeis30minutes.
• PressSPEED+/-:Afterenteringintotimesettingmode,adjusttargettime(20:00-99:00).AfterenteringintoProfile
setting mode, set SPEED or INCLINE value.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• PressEnter:SwitchbetweenTIMEsetting,SPEEDsetting,INCLINEsetting.
Sport Mode
• PressSPEED+/-:Setspeed.
• PressINCLINE+/-:Setincline.
• PressSTOP/RESET:Stoprunning.
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressFastKey:Speedfastkeyadjustment:1-10km/hr,inclinefastkeyadjustment:L0,L2,L4,L6,L8,L10.
7. BODY FAT MODE
General Mode
• PressProgramFastKey:SwitchProgram1–Program10,TimeCountdown,DistanceCountdown,CaloriesCountdown,
HRC65%-HRC85%,HRCTarget,USER1,USER2,BODYFAT.
• PressBodyFat:UseBODYFATtoswitchtoBODYFATmode.
• PressSTOP:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• UnderBODYFATmode,DotMatrixdisplaysBODYFAT.
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
Setting Mode
• PressENTER:Setage,height,sexandweightinturn,afterconfirmingweight,thecomputerbeginstotestfat.
• PressSPEED+/-:Adjustpresetvalues.
• DotMatrixwindowdisplaysBODYFAT.
Body fat mode
• PressSTOP/RESET:ReturntoSTART/READYmode.
• Aftersettingweight,thecomputerbeginstodetectheartbeatandBODYFATwindowwilldisplay---.Aftersuccessfullycalculating
BODYFAT,theBODYFATwindowwilldisplaythefatvalue.
• Ifnopulseisdetected,screendisplaysHOLDGRIP.
8. COOL DOWN MODE
General Mode
• PressSTART:Computercountsdownfor3secondsandentersintosportmode.
• PressSTOP/RESET:Returntostart/readymode.
Sport Mode
• PressCOOLDOWN: EnterintoCOOLDOWNmode.
Cool Down Mode
• PressSTOP/RESET:Stoprunning.
• Thecomputercountsdownfor4minutes.ThespeedvaluewillhalvebeforeenteringintoCOOLDOWNmodeandthespeed
willhalveeveryminutethereafteruntilthetimeisup,thenitwillreturntoSTART/READYmode.
9. RECOVERY MODE
General Mode
• PressRECOVERY:Duringworkout,pressSTOPtostoprunning.PressRECOVERYtoenterintoRECOVERYmode.
Recovery Mode
• Ifaheartbeatsignalisdetected,theheart-shapedpicturewillalternateonthescreen(seebelow).
• Ifnoheartbeatsignalisdetected,thescreendisplaysquestionmark.
• Holdthehandgrippulseuntilthe60secondscountdownisover.Theresultwilldisplayinthescreen.
There are 6 Levels, F1 ~ F6, F1 is the best and F6 is the worst.
F1: >24
F2: 20~24
F3: 15~19
F4: 10~14
F5: 05~09
F6: 00~04
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
8.2 OTHER FUNCTIONS INSTRUCTIONS
1. SAFETY KEY FUNCTION
• Duringworkout,inthecaseofanemergency,pulloutthesafetykeytostopthetreadmill.
• Ifyoupulloutthesafetykeyduringworkout,thespeedwillstopandinclinewillstayintheangleitwaspriorto
stopping.Whenyoure-insertthesafetykey,thecomputerwillindicatetheinclinevaluepriortostoppingandallthe
valueswillbezero.
2. METRIC UNIT AND ENGLISH UNIT SWITCH
• UnderSTART/READYmode,pressandholdENTERfor10secondstoenterintoMetricandEnglishunitsettingmode.
• PressINCLINE+/-:Adjustpresetvalue,KMrepresentsMetricunit,MILrepresentsEnglishunit.
• PressENTER:Confirmthesetvalueandrestartthetreadmill.
3. SCALE
TIME (Min : Sec)
SPEED (Km/h)
DISTANCE (Km)
CALORIES (Calories)
PULSE (BPM)
Body Fat (Sex)
Body Fat (Age)
Body Fat (Height)
Body Fat (Weight)
HRC (Age)
TIME (Min : Sec)
SPEED (Mil/h)
DISTANCE (Mil)
CALORIES (Calories)
PULSE (BPM)
Body Fat (Sex)
Body Fat (Age)
Body Fat (Height)
Body Fat (Weight)
HRC (Age)
Original
0:00
0.8
0.00
0
HP
CountdownSettingOriginalValue
20:00
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Countdown Setting
5:00-99:00
N/A
1.0-99.0
40-999
N/A
Display range
0:00-99:59
0.8-20.0km/hr
0.0-99.9
0-999
40-220
30
170
70
1
N/A
N/A
0-11
3-80
120-200
23-130
30
N/A
N/A
13-80
Original
0:00
0.5
0.00
0
HP
1
30
5’7”
150 LBS
30
CountdownSettingOriginalValue
20:00
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Countdown Setting
5:00-99:00
N/A
1.0-99.0
40-999
N/A
Display range
0:00-99:59
0.5-12.5 mil/hr
0.0-99.9
0-999
40-220
N/A
N/A
0-11
3-80
3’11”-6’7”5
0-286 LBS
N/A
N/A
13-80
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
8.3. PROGRAMS
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8. COMPUTER FUNCTIONS
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9. FITNESS TIPS AND TECHNIQUES
AEROBIC EXERCISE
Aerobic exercise is any sustained activity that sends oxygen to your muscles via your heart and lungs. Aerobic exercise
improvesthefitnessofyourlungsandheart-yourbody’smostimportantmuscle.Aerobicexercisefitnessispromoted
by any activity that uses your large muscles (arms, legs, or buttock, for example). Your heart beats quickly and you breathe
deeply. An aerobic exercise should be part of your entire exercise routine.
WEIGHT TRAINING
Along with aerobic exercising which helps get rid of and keep off the excess fat that our bodies can store, weight training is an essential part of the exercise routine process. Weight training helps tone, build and strengthen muscle. If you
are working above your target zone, you may want to do a lesser amount of reps. And as always consult your physician
before beginning any exercise program.
MUSCLE CHART
TREADMILL
The exercise routine that is performed on the treadmill will develop the lower body muscle group as well as condition
the circulatory system and provide a good aerobic workout . These muscle groups are highlighted on the muscle chart
below.
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10. CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
How you begin your exercise program depends on your physical condition. If you have been inactive for several years, or
areseverelyoverweight,youmuststartslowlyandincreaseyourtimeontheequipment;afewminutesperworkout.
Initially,youmaybeabletoexerciseonlyforafewminutesinyourtargetzone,however,youraerobicfitnesswillimprove
overthenextsixtoeightweeks.Don’tbediscouragedifittakeslonger.It’simportanttoworkatyourownpace.
Ultimately,you’llbeabletoexercisecontinuouslyfor30minutes.Thebetteryouraerobicfitness,theharderyouwillhave
to work to stay in your target zone. Please remember these essentials :
•Haveyourdoctorreviewyourtraininganddietprogramstoadviseyouofaworkoutroutineyoushouldadopt.
•Beginyourtrainingprogramslowlywithrealisticgoalsthathavebeensetbyyouandyourdoctor.
•Monitoryourpulsefrequently.Establishyourtargetheartratebasedonyourageandcondition.
•Setupyourequipmentonaflat,evensurfaceatleast3feetfromwallsandfurniture.
EXERCISE INTENSITY
Tomaximizethebenefitsofexercising,itisimportanttoexercisewiththe
proper intensity. The proper intensity level can be found by using your heart
rate as a guide. For effective aerobic exercise, your heart rate should be
maintained at a level between 65% and 85% of your maximum heart rate
asyouexercise.Thisisknownasyourtargetzone.Youcanfindyourtarget
zone in the table below.
Duringthefirstfewmonthsofyourexerciseprogram,keepyourheartratenearthelowendofyourtargetzoneasyou
exercise. After a few months, your heart rate can be increased gradually until it is near the middle of your target zone as
you exercise.
Tomeasureyourheartrate,stopexercisingbutcontinuemovingyourlegsorwalkingaroundandplacetwofingerson
yourwrist.Takeasixsecondheartbeatcountandmultiplytheresultsby10tofindyourheartrate.Forexample,ifyour
six second heartbeat count is 14, your heart rate is 140 beats per minute. A six seconds count is used because your
heart rate will drop rapidly when you stop exercising.
Adjust the intensity of your exercise until your
heart rate is at the proper level.
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11. WARM-UP AND COOL-DOWN
WORKOUT GUIDELINES
Each workout should include the following three parts:
A warm-up, consisting of 5 to 10 minutes of stretching and light exercise. A proper warm-up increases your body
temperature, heart rate, and circulation in preparation for exercise.
Training zone exercise, consisting of 20 to 30 minutes of exercising with your heart rate in your training zone. (Note:
Duringthefirstfewweeksofyourexerciseprogram,donotkeepyourheartrateinyourtrainingzoneforlongerthan
20 minutes.)
Acool-down,with5to10minutesofstretching.Thiswillincreasetheflexibilityofyourmusclesandwillhelptoprevent
post-exercise problems.
EXERCISE FREQUENCY
To maintain or improve your condition, plan three workouts each week, with at least one day of rest between workouts.
Afterafewmonthsofregularexercise,youmaycompleteuptofiveworkoutseachweek,ifdesired.Remember,thekey
to success is make exercise a regular and enjoyable part of your everyday life.
1
SUGGESTED STRETCHES
The correct form for several basic stretches is shown at the right. Move slowly as you
stretch, never bounce.
1. Toe Touch Stretch
Stand with your knees bent slightly and slowly bend forward from your hips.
Allow your back and shoulders to relax as you reach down toward your toes as far
as possible. Hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times.
Stretches: Hamstrings, back of knees and back.
2
2. Hamstring Stretch
Sit with one leg extended. Bring the sole of the opposite foot toward you and rest
it against the inner thigh of your extended leg. Reach toward your toes as far as
possible. Hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times for each leg.
Stretches: Hamstrings, lower back and groin.
3. Calf / Achilles Stretch
With one leg in front of the other, reach forward and place your hands against
awall.Keepyourbacklegstraightandyourbackfootflatonthefloor.Bendyour
front leg, lean forward and move your hips toward the wall. Hold for 15 counts, then
relax. Repeat 3 times for each leg. To cause further stretching of the achilles tendons,
bend your back leg as well.
Stretches: Calves, achilles tendons and ankles.
3
4
4. Quadriceps Stretch
With one hand against a wall for balance, reach back and grasp one foot with your
other hand. Bring your heel as close to your buttocks as possible. Hold for 15 counts,
then relax. Repeat 3 times for each leg.
Stretches: Quadriceps and hip muscles.
5. Inner Thigh Stretch
Sit with the soles of your feet together and your knees outward. Pull your feet
toward your groin area as far as possible. Hold for 15 counts, then relax.
Repeat 3 times.
Stretches: Quadriceps and hip muscles.
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12. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q1. My consol is showing LS
1. Treadmill has not received a speed signal for 8 seconds.
2. Turn off computer, unplug, leave for 30 seconds, then restart the treadmill.
3. If the error persists please contact our call centre on 0861 876 526 (0861 Trojan).
Q2. My consol is showing E1
1. Memory of the consol is malfunctioning or the CPU is having accessing problems
2. Turn off computer, unplug, leave for 30 seconds, then restart the treadmill.
3. If the error persists please contact our call centre on 0861 876 526 (0861 Trojan).
Q3. My computer consol is not working
1. Check that your power cord is in your power outlet and is on.
2. Check that you have a power supply to your home.
3. Ensure that the consol computer cables have been connected properly in the neckpiece when assembling the unit.
Q4.The consol cannot read the hand pulse signal
1. The hand pulse sensors will not operate correctly if your skin is extremely dry. Moisten your hands and try again.
2. Avoid moving your hands while exercising and hold the hands pulse sensors firmly while exercising. If you do
move your hands while exercising, give the computer a few seconds to resample and display your correct heart
pulse rate.
3. Clean the hand pulse sensors to ensure good contact between your body and the pulse sensor.
If the error persists, please contact 0861 876 526 (0861 Trojan).
Q5. My LCD is dim
1. Check if unit is in direct sunlight, move if necessary. If display does not improve, please contact
0861 876 526 (0861 Trojan).
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12. PARTS LIST
No. Description
QTY
No. Description
1
Frame Assembly
1
36
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw
Ø4 x 12
8
2
End Cap
2
37
Upper Motor Cover
PEZP1313
1
3
Power Cord Socket
1
38
Sound Isolation Pad
PEDP1821A
2
4
Round Head Philips Screw (Bronze)
4
39
Pedal
5
Power Switch
1
40
Plastic Pedal Fixing Knob
PCFP1034
8
6
Circuit Breaker
1
41
Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw
Ø4 x 16
30
7
Round Head Philips Self Tapping
Screw
Ø4 x 12
2
42
Lower Motor Cover
PEZ7005065
1
8
Extension Wire (White)
14AWG x
90mm
1
43
Washer Drilling Philips Self Tapping
Screw
Ø4 x 12
14
9
Extension Wire (Black)
14AWG x
250mm x 2T
1
44
Wheel
PBKP1145
2
45
Truss Hex Screw
2
10
Extension Wire(Black)
14AWG x
300mm x 2T
1
SAEK288 (Metric Unit Thread)
46
Nylon Nut
M10 x P1.5
7
11
Extension Wire (White )
14AWG x 300
x 2T
1
47
Rear End Cap (Left)
1
48
Rear End Cap (Right)
1
12
Extension Wire (Kelly)
14AWG x
150mm x 1T1R
2
49
Round Head Drilling Philips Self Tapping Screw
13
Sensor
1
50
Incline Motor
1
14
Sensor Fixing Base
1
51
Plastic Washer
10
15
Controller Set
1
52
CKS Hex Screw
1
16
Truss Philips Screw
7
53
Front Roller
17
Lower Control Wire
1
54
CKS Hex Screw
18
Wire Clip Knob
UC-0 (PCZUC0)
1
M8 x P1.25 x 55 3
(Full Thread)
55
Washer
Wire Clip Knob
UC-0.5 (PCZUC0.5)
2
Ø8 x Ø12 x
1.5t
3
19
56
Hex Nut
M8
1
20
Washer Drilling Philips Self Tapping
Screw
Ø4 x 16
6
57
Rear Roller
58
Truss Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 40 2
(10mm)
Ø25 x 50 x 1.5t
M5 x P0.8 x 8
M5 x P0.8 x 10
1
Ø4 x 20
2
1
1
21
Motor
22
CKS Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 80 1
(40mm)
59
End Cap
Match withØ30
x 60 x 1.5t
2
23
Spring Washer
M8 x 3.0t
2
60
Foot Pad
PCFP1151
4
24
Rubber Pad
Ø18 x Ø8 x
2.0t
2
61
Washer Drilling Philips Self Tapping
Screw
Ø4 x 20
8
25
Washer
Ø16 x Ø8 x
2.0t
2
62
Incline Base Assembly
26
Drive Belt
230J8
1
63
End Cap
Match withØ15
x 30 x 2.0t
27
Running Board
64
Truss Hex Screw
28
Shock Absorber Hose
PCF2530
2
M10 x P1.5 x 35 4
(10mm)
29
Double Sided Tape
25 x 75 x 0.3t
4
65
NCZT1379
2
30
Truss Philips Screw
M5 x P0.8 x 15
2
Incline Base Flex-shaped Iron Plate
Pin
31
Nylon Nut
M8 x P1.25
8
66
R Pin
Ø10 x Ø2.0
2
32
Counter Sink Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 30 4
67
Folding Flex Tube-Lower
33
Foam Sticker
30 x 40 x 1.5t
2
68
Iron Nut
SDE1812510
1
34
Running Belt
515 x 2865 x
1.6t
1
69
Pedal
NBZ210945
1
70
Iron Core
NBB75115
1
35
Running Board Lengthen Plate
NALNO3206
2
71
Spring
NCC51114
1
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1
Qty
1
1
4
1
13. PARTS LIST
72
Inner End Cap
PAZ3020
1
114 Handrail Switch + Wire
2
73
Truss Philips Screw
M4 x P0.7 x 12
1
Ø3 x 8
2
74
Truss Philips Screw
M5 x P0.8 x 30
1
115 Round Head Philips Self Tapping
Screw
75
Nylon Nut
M5 x P0.8
1
116 Socket Philips Self Tapping Screw
Ø3 x 20
4
76
Plastic Post Pad
PCAP1721
4
77
Truss Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 50 2
78
Folding Flex Tube-Upper
1
79
Cylinder
1
80
End Cap
Match with Ø25 1
x 25 x 0.9t Tube
81
Upright Assembly (Left)
1
82
Upright Assembly (Right)
1
83
Shock Absorber Tube Iron Plate
2
84
Guide Thread
85
117 Filter
118 Round Head Philips Screw
1
M5 x P0.8 x 10
119 Choke
4
1
120 Truss Philips Screw
M6 x P1.0 x 15
121 CKS Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 15 2
122 Motor Fixing Plate
2
1
123 CKS Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x
105 (15mm)
1
124 Washer
Ø16 x Ø8 x
2.0t
8
1
126 Spring Washer
M8x1.5t
1
Computer Consol
1
125 Spring
M8
1
86
Cup Shelf
2
127 Retainer Nut
M8
1
87
Hand Pulse Set
2
128 Washer
Handrail Tube Assembly (Left)
1
Ø12 x Ø4.5 x
1.0t
8
88
89
Handrail Tube Assembly (Right)
1
129 Transformer
M3 x P0.6 x 10
2
M8 x 2.0
6
1200mm Long
90
Foam Grip
2
130 Truss Philips Screw
91
MP3 Sound Cable
1
131 Spring Washer
92
Bottle
1
132 Lug Wrench
93
Safety Key
1
94
Truss Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 15 6
95
Truss Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x 45 1
96
Truss Hex Screw
M8 x P1.25 x100 6
97
Hex Wrench
1
98
L-shaped Hex Wrench + Screwdriver
1
99
Silicon
1
100 Handrail Cover (Left)
1
1
1
101 Handrail Cover (Right)
1
102 Rubber Pad
20 x 50 x 1.0t
4
103 Wire Clip Knob
UC-2
(PCZUC2)
1
104 Truss Philips Self Tapping Screw
Ø5 x 15
5
105 Upright Fixing Plastic
2
106 Bushing
6
107 Power Cord
1
108 Base Assembly
1
109 Wheel
PBK495215
2
110 Washer
Ø19 x Ø6 x 1.5
4
111 Handrail Switch Decal (Elevation)
1
112 Handrail Switch Decal (Speed)
1
113 Handrail Switch Plastic
2
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14. EXPLODED DRAWING
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16. TROJAN REPAIRS PROCEDURE
1. Procedure for repairs
ShouldyouexperienceanyfaultsorbreakdownsonyourTrojanequipment,pleaseadheretothefollowingproceduretohavethe
fault rectified speedily and professionally.
• Donotreturntheproducttothestore*
• Call0861Trojan(0861876526)tologthefaultyproduct(underwarrantyoroutofwarranty)
• Theoperatorwilltryidentifythefault,andwillbookaserviceteamcallout.
• Theserviceteamwillcallyoutoagreeadateandtimetocollectthefaultyproduct.
• Itemsrepairedinourservicecentrewillbereturnedtoyourhomeonanagreeddateandtime.
* Note:
Should you live in an outlying area, it may be necessary to return the product to the store nearest to you. Our service
operator will advise you of your repair procedure.
2. Cost of Repairs
2.1
Under warranty
• Anyitemsstillunderwarrantywillberepairedfreeofcharge,aslongasitcomplieswiththe
termsandconditionsofthewarranty.(referto“warranties”sectioninthismanual)
•AnyitemsthatneedtoberepairedthatareNOTcoveredinthewarrantywillbeforthe
consumer’sexpense.Aquotefortherepair/replacementoftheseitemswillbeprovidedtothe consumer for approval prior to repairs being conducted.
2.2
Out of Warranty
•Anyitemsthatneedtoberepairedoncethewarrantyhasexpiredwillbefortheconsumer’sexpense including call out fees. A quote for the repair/replacement of these items will be provided to the
consumer for approval prior to repairs being conducted.
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