Keewadin Treadmill
※TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. PRECAUTIONS.................................
P2
2. POWER REQUIRMENTS............................. P3
3. BEFORE YOU BEGIN..............................
4. SUPPLIED COMPONENTS / SUPPLIED HARDWARE..............
5. PARTS LIST................................
P4
P5~P6
P7~P10
6. ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS......................... P11~P17
7. EXPLODED DIAGRAM............................P18~P23
8. STABILIZER ADJUSTMENT.......................... . P25
9. FOLDING INSTRUCTIONS / UNFOLDING INSTRUCTIONS........... P26~P27
10. TRANSPORT INSTRUCTIONS..........................P28
11. MAINTAINENCE..............................P29~P30
12. IMPORTANT STEPS.............................. P31
13. MUSCLE CHART................................P32
14. STRETCHING ROUTINE............................ P33
15. TROUBLESHOOTING............................. P34
16. WARRANTY............................... P35~P36
17. COMPUTER OPERATION......................... P37~P45
Yowza Technical Support: 877-969-9240
Serial Number:
________________________
Original Sales Order # ________________________
Purchase Date:
______________
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YOWZA KEEWADIN TREADMILL
PRECAUTIONS
Precautions:
WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the following important precautions and
information before operating the treadmill. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of this treadmill are
adequately informed of all warnings and precautions.
Use the treadmill only as described in this manual.
Place on a level surface, with 6 feet (2 m) of clearance behind it. Do not place the treadmill on any surface that blocks air
openings. To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat under the treadmill.
When choosing a location for the treadmill be sure that the location and position permit access to a plug.
Keep the treadmill indoors, away from moisture and dust. Do not put the treadmill in a garage or covered patio, or near
water.
Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol products are used or where oxygen is being administered.
Keep children under the age of 12 and pets away from the treadmill at all times.
The treadmill should not be used by persons weighing more than 350LBS .
Never allow more than one person on the treadmill at a time. Wear appropriate exercise clothing when using the treadmill.
Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught in the treadmill. Athletic support clothes are recommended for both
men and women. Always wear athletic shoes. Never use the treadmill with bare feet, wearing only stockings, or in
sandals.
When connecting the power cord, plug the power cord into a grounded circuit. No other appliance should be on the same
circuit.
Always straddle the belt and allow it to start moving before stepping onto the belt.
Always examine your treadmill before using to ensure all parts are in working order.
Allow the belt to fully stop before dismounting.
Never insert any object or body parts into any opening.
Follow the safety information in regards to plugging in your treadmill.
Keep the power cord away from the incline wheels and do not run the power cord underneath your treadmill. Do not
operate the treadmill with a damaged or frayed power cord.
Always unplug the treadmill before cleaning and/or servicing. Service to your treadmill should only be performed by an
authorized service representative, unless authorized and/or instructed by the manufacturer. Failure to follow these
instructions will void the treadmill warranty.
Never leave the treadmill unattended while it is running.
Use “safety key” when operating the treadmill and make sure the “safety key” is clipped to the users clothing.
The cell phone signal might interfere treadmill functions, keep the cell phone away from the motor hood.
Remove the “safety key” and store it in a safe place when the treadmill is not in use. Keep the “safety key” away from
children.
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POWER REQUIREMENTS
Power Requirements:
IMPROPER CONNECTION OF THE EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONNECTOR CAN RESULT IN THE RISK OF AN ELECTRIC
SHOCK. CHECK WITH A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN OR SERVICE MAN IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT AS TO WHETHER THE
PRODUCT IS PROPERLY GROUNDED. DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED WITH THE PRODUCT, IF IT WILL NOT FIT
THE OUTLET; HAVE A PROPER OUTLET INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
This treadmill can be seriously damaged by sudden voltage changes in your home’s electrical power. Voltage spikes, surges and
noise interference can result from weather conditions or from other appliances being turned on or off. To reduce the possibility of
treadmill damage, always use a surge protector (not included) with your treadmill.
Surge protectors can be purchased at most hardware stores. The manufacturer recommends a single outlet surge protector with a
UL 1449 rating as a Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS) with a UL suppressed voltage rating of 400V or less and an
electrical rating 110VAC, 15 amps.
This treadmill must be grounded to reduce the risk of electrical shock. Grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric
current, should the treadmill malfunction. This treadmill is equipped with an electrical cord that has an equipment-grounding
conductor and a grounding plug. Always plug the power cord into a surge protector, and plug the surge protector into an
appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
This product is for use on a nominal 110-volt circuit, and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in the drawing
below.
GFCI outlets and GFCI Circuit Breakers are NOT recommended for use on this product. GFCI outlets and GFCI Circuit Breakers
may cause this equipment to function improperly.
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YOWZA KEEWADIN TREADMILL
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Open the boxes:
Open the boxes of your new equipment. Inventory all parts included in the boxes, and compare them to the Supplied Components
and Supplied Hardware lists on pages 5-6 for a full count of the parts included. If you are missing any parts or have any questions
contact us directly.
Gather your tools:
Before you begin, make sure that you have gathered all the necessary tools you may require to assemble the unit properly. Having
all of the necessary equipment at hand will save time and make the assembly quick and hassle-free.
Clear your work area:
Make sure that you have cleared away a large enough space to properly assemble the unit. Make sure the space is free from
anything that may cause injury during assembly. After the unit is fully assembled, make sure there is a comfortable amount of free
area around the unit for unobstructed operation.
Invite a friend:
Some of the assembly steps may require heavy lifting. It is recommended that you obtain the assistance of another person when
assembling this product.
User Weight Limitation:
Please note that there is a weight limitation for this product. If you weigh more than 350LBS (Approx. 160 Kgs). It is not
recommended that you use this product. Serious injury may occur if the user’s weight exceeds the limit shown here. This product is
not intended to support users whose weight exceeds this limit.
Care and maintenance:
The safety level can be maintained only if it is examined for damage and wear.
Replace any defective components immediately and stop all use of the equipment until repaired.
Always take care when mounting the equipment. Straddle the equipment by placing your feet on the straddle rails. Dismount from the
equipment only after all parts have stopped.
Always check the wear and tear components like pulley, belts, etc.…To prevent injury.
There is an emergency stop, in the form of a SAFETY KEY, to prevent injury; you can stop the treadmill immediately by actuating the
emergency stop for emergency dismount.
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SUPPLIED COMPONENTS
This list identifies the major components you will use to assemble this product.
No.
Description
A1
Main Frame Assembly
1
A2
Console Assembly
1
701
Upright Cover – LL
1
702
Upright Cover – LR
1
703
Upright Cover – RR
1
704
Upright Cover – RL
1
705
Upright Side Cover – Left
1
706
Upright Side Cover – Right
1
707
Wheel 65x25mm
2
708
Left Handlebar
1
709
Right Handlebar
1
710
Upright Lower Cap
2
Power Cord
1
E
A1
Qty.
A2
701
702
703
706
707
708
E
704
709
705
710
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SUPPLIED HARDWARE
This list identifies the hardware you will use to assemble the product. To help distinguish between the various types of
screws and bolts, use the scale below to measure them and compare them to the sizes listed.
No.
Description
Qty.
601
M8x25mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
2
602
M8x50mm Allen Head Bolt
4
604
4x15mm Screw
14
605
M10x45mm Bolt
2
606
10x22x2mm Spring Washer
2
608
M6x45mm Bolt
2
A
Screwdriver
1
C
6mm Allen Key
1
D
5mm Allen Key
1
F
4mm Allen Key
1
601
602
604
605
606
608
A
C
MILLIMETERS
D
F
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PARTS LIST
Item No.
KEEWADIN-100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
KEEWADIN-200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
KEEWADIN-300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
Description
Qty.
Part No.
Base Frame
Console Support Tube
Elevation Support Tube
Deck Frame
Left Upright
Right Upright
Shock Locker Tube
Left Handlebar
Right Handlebar
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
KEEWADIN-101
KEEWADIN-102
KEEWADIN-103
KEEWADIN-104
KEEWADIN-105
KEEWADIN-106
KEEWADIN-107
KEEWADIN-108
KEEWADIN-109
Motor Holder
Elevation Gear Sleeve
Elevation Gear Sleeve Holder
Power Switch Plate
Front Roller
Rear Roller
Running Deck Support Tube
Running Deck Support Tube Foam Grip
Shock
Plastic Clamp Bracket
Oilless bushing
Torsion Spring
Compression spring
Wheel Bracket
Fold Locker
Running Belt
Overlay
Running Deck
Wheel Pedal
Base Frame Holder
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
KEEWADIN-201
KEEWADIN-202
KEEWADIN-203
KEEWADIN-204
KEEWADIN-205
KEEWADIN-206
KEEWADIN-207
KEEWADIN-208
KEEWADIN-210
KEEWADIN-211
KEEWADIN-212
KEEWADIN-213
KEEWADIN-214
KEEWADIN-215
KEEWADIN-216
KEEWADIN-217
KEEWADIN-218
KEEWADIN-219
KEEWADIN-220
KEEWADIN-221
Rectangular Cushion 101x34x19.25
Rectangular Cushion 101x25x19.4
Fixed Block
Deck Rubber Cushion
Cushion Pad
PU cushion
Wheel Bushing 26x12x10mm
Wheel OD: 100x25mm
Wheel Bracket Pivot
Plastic Clamp – Top
Plastic Clamp - Bottom
Deck Frame Side Cover – Left
Deck Frame Side Cover – Right
Console Housing – Top
Console Housing – Bottom
Wheel OD: 65x25mm
1
2
10
2
4
1
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
KEEWADIN-301
KEEWADIN-302
KEEWADIN-303
KEEWADIN-304
KEEWADIN-305
KEEWADIN-306
KEEWADIN-307
KEEWADIN-308
KEEWADIN-309
KEEWADIN-310
KEEWADIN-311
KEEWADIN-312
KEEWADIN-313
KEEWADIN-314
KEEWADIN-315
KEEWADIN-316
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PARTS LIST
Item No.
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
325
326
327
328
329
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
KEEWADIN-400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
Description
Qty.
Part No.
Console PC board
Speaker Cover – Left
Speaker Cover – Right
Side Rail End Cap – Left
Side Rail End Cap – Right
Elevation Support Tube Cover – Left
Elevation Support Tube Cover – Right
Vent Cover
Motor Belly Pan
Motor Hood
Base Frame End Cap
Elevation Support Tube Cap
Side Rail
Level Adjuster
Driving Belt
Wheel Bushing 22x19x12mm
Running Deck Belly Pan
Power Plate Cover
Wheel 50x22mm
Shock Bushing
Fan Bracket – Top
Fan Bracket – Bottom
Adjustable Vane
iPod Dock Bracket Cover – Top
iPod Dock Bracket Cover – Bottom
Pad
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
KEEWADIN-317
KEEWADIN-318
KEEWADIN-319
KEEWADIN-320
KEEWADIN-321
KEEWADIN-322
KEEWADIN-323
KEEWADIN-325
KEEWADIN-326
KEEWADIN-327
KEEWADIN-328
KEEWADIN-329
KEEWADIN-332
KEEWADIN-333
KEEWADIN-334
KEEWADIN-335
KEEWADIN-336
KEEWADIN-337
KEEWADIN-338
KEEWADIN-339
KEEWADIN-340
KEEWADIN-341
KEEWADIN-342
KEEWADIN-343
KEEWADIN-344
KEEWADIN-345
Hand Pulse Upper Cover – Left
Hand Pulse Bottom Cover – Left
Driving Motor
Power Breaker
Power Socket
Power Switch
Fan
Elevation Motor
Transformer
3/8” Cable Tie
5/16” Cable Tie
iPod Dock
8pin Computer Wire - Upper
8pin Computer Wire - Lower
Safety Key Wire – Upper
Safety Key Wire – Lower
Connection Wire
3C Power Wire
3C Power Connection Wire
Power Connection Wire
Safety Key Connection Wire – Black
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
KEEWADIN-401
KEEWADIN-402
KEEWADIN-403
KEEWADIN-404
KEEWADIN-405
KEEWADIN-406
KEEWADIN-407
KEEWADIN-408
KEEWADIN-409
KEEWADIN-410
KEEWADIN-411
KEEWADIN-412
KEEWADIN-413
KEEWADIN-414
KEEWADIN-415
KEEWADIN-416
KEEWADIN-417
KEEWADIN-418
KEEWADIN-419
KEEWADIN-420
KEEWADIN-421
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PARTS
Item No.
422
423
LIST 424
425
426
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
KEEWADIN-500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
Description
Qty.
Part No.
Safety Key Connection Wire - Red
Ground Wire
Hand Pulse Sensor Wire
1P Ground Wire
Speaker
Safety Key Base
Control Board
Elevation Board
Circuit Board Mounting Spacer
Hand Pulse Upper Cover – Right
Hand Pulse Bottom Cover – Right
Computer PC Board
Button PC Board
Receiver
Receiver Wire
Digital Acoustics PC Board
Amplifier PC Board
Amplifier power connection 2pin wire
Amplifier volume control 3pin wire
iPod dock connection 6pins wire
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
KEEWADIN-422
KEEWADIN-423
KEEWADIN-424
KEEWADIN-425
KEEWADIN-426
KEEWADIN-428
KEEWADIN-429
KEEWADIN-430
KEEWADIN-431
KEEWADIN-432
KEEWADIN-433
KEEWADIN-434
KEEWADIN-435
KEEWADIN-436
KEEWADIN-437
KEEWADIN-438
KEEWADIN-439
KEEWADIN-440
KEEWADIN-441
KEEWADIN-442
M10x100mm Carriage Bolt
8x16x3mm Washer
M10x52mm Bolt
M8x20mm Allen Head Bolt
M16x19-M16x22mm Bolt
M16 Nut
17.5x35x5mm Plastic Washer
16x40x4.5mm Washer
M5x12mm Screw
M3x12mm Screw
M10x35mm Allen Head Bolt
M8 C Clip
M8x20mm Allen Head Bolt
M10x40mm Allen Head Bolt
M8x70mm Allen Head Bolt
M8x25mm Screw
M6x15mm Screw
M8x15mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
M8x70mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
M10x42mm Bolt
M10x61mm Bolt
M10x135mm Bolt
M14x80mm Bolt
3x12mm Screw
4x15mm Screw
4x19mm Screw
4x8mm Screw
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
11
1
2
2
1
4
6
4
3
2
1
1
2
4
12
7
7
KEEWADIN-501
KEEWADIN-502
KEEWADIN-503
KEEWADIN-504
KEEWADIN-505
KEEWADIN-506
KEEWADIN-507
KEEWADIN-508
KEEWADIN-509
KEEWADIN-510
KEEWADIN-511
KEEWADIN-512
KEEWADIN-513
KEEWADIN-514
KEEWADIN-515
KEEWADIN-516
KEEWADIN-517
KEEWADIN-518
KEEWADIN-519
KEEWADIN-520
KEEWADIN-521
KEEWADIN-522
KEEWADIN-523
KEEWADIN-524
KEEWADIN-525
KEEWADIN-526
KEEWADIN-527
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COMPUTER OPERATION
Item No.
528
529
530
531
532
533
534
535
536
537
538
539
540
541
542
543
544
545
546
547
548
549
550
551
552
553
554
555
556
KEEWADIN-600
601
602
603
604
605
606
607
608
KEEWADIN-700
701
702
703
704
705
706
707
708
709
710
Description
Qty.
Part No.
M4x15mm Screw
4x12mm Screw
4x19mm Screw
4x12mm Screw
M8 Nut
M10 Nylon Nut
M8 Nylon Nut
10x22x2mm Washer
6x13x1mm Washer
8x16x1mm Washer
10x16x2mm Washer
6x10x1mm Spring Washer
10x30x2mm Washer
6mm Fixing Insert
18x40x2mm Washer
4x12mm Self Tapping Screw
4x15mm Screw
8x14x2mm Spring Washer
5x25mm Screw
6x20mm Bolt
4x12x1mm Washer
M5 Nut
8x25m Axle
Wheel Spring
M5x10mm Screw
3x12mm Screw
6x14.5–M5x6.5mm Bolt
6x8x8mm Plastic Washer
4x12mm Screw
2
21
8
6
4
9
3
11
6
7
10
6
2
2
1
4
23
6
2
1
23
4
1
1
4
2
2
2
2
KEEWADIN-528
KEEWADIN-529
KEEWADIN-530
KEEWADIN-531
KEEWADIN-532
KEEWADIN-533
KEEWADIN-534
KEEWADIN-535
KEEWADIN-536
KEEWADIN-537
KEEWADIN-538
KEEWADIN-539
KEEWADIN-540
KEEWADIN-541
KEEWADIN-542
KEEWADIN-543
KEEWADIN-544
KEEWADIN-545
KEEWADIN-546
KEEWADIN-547
KEEWADIN-548
KEEWADIN-549
KEEWADIN-550
KEEWADIN-551
KEEWADIN-552
KEEWADIN-553
KEEWADIN-554
KEEWADIN-555
KEEWADIN-556
M8x25mm Allen Head CAP Bolt
M8x50mm Allen Head Bolt
8x14x2mm Spring Washer
4x15mm Screw
M10x45mm Bolt
10x22x2 Spring Washer
M10 Nylon Nut
M6x45mm Bolt
2
4
2
14
2
2
2
2
KEEWADIN-601
KEEWADIN-602
KEEWADIN-603
KEEWADIN-604
KEEWADIN-605
KEEWADIN-606
KEEWADIN-607
KEEWADIN-608
Upright Cover – LL
Upright Cover – LR
Upright Cover – RR
Upright Cover – RL
Upright Side Cover – Left
Upright Side Cover – Right
Wheel 65x25mm
Left Handlebar
Right Handlebar
Upright Lower Cap
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
KEEWADIN-701
KEEWADIN-702
KEEWADIN-703
KEEWADIN-704
KEEWADIN-705
KEEWADIN-706
KEEWADIN-707
KEEWADIN-708
KEEWADIN-709
KEEWADIN-710
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ASSEMBLY
CUT
CUT
CUT
CUT
1
3
2
8
9
7
6
5
(A) Remove your treadmill from the carton and place it on the floor in an open area.
(B) Remove the treadmill and all the components and hardware from the box.
(C) Check the quantities of all components and hardware with the component and hardware lists on pages 5-6.
(D) After verifying inventory if there is any missing parts please contact Yowza fitness at 877-969-9240.
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STEP1 ASSEMBLY
106
710
106
105
C
710
601
101
710 601
FIG-1
STEP1). Rotate the Uprights (105, 106) up, and secure using the Allen Head
CAP Bolt (601) to firm the upright, and then attach the Upright Lower
Cap (710).
PLEASE CUT THE CABLE TIE AS SHOWN IN FIG-1 BEFOR YOU ASSEMBLE
THE UPRIGHT.
601
X2
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STEP2
ASSEMBLY
106
105
606
707
605
101
C 605
606
707
STEP2). Attach the wheel to the base frame and secure using Allen Head
Bolt (605) with Spring Washer (606).
605
X2
606
X2
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STEP3
ASSEMBLY
608
106
102
608
415
105
416
413
414
STEP3-A). Connect the 8pin Computer Wire - Upper (413) to 8pin Computer Wire –
Lower (414) and Safety Key Wire – Upper (415) to Safety Key Wire – Lower
(416).
STEP3-B) Attach the Console Support Tube to the uprights and secure using Bolt (608).
608
X2
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STEP4
ASSEMBLY
D
602
709
602
106
602
102
105
708
602
STEP4). Attach the Left and Right Handlebar and secure using the Allen
Head Bolt (602)
602
X4
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STEP5
ASSEMBLY
703
706
704
701
705
702
102
315
102
701
701
705
701
102
STEP5). Attach the Upright Cover (701, 702,705) to the left upright. Repeat the above procedure to assemble the right side.
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STEP6
ASSEMBLY
604
604
604
701
703
604
604 702
701
604
704
604
702
105
STEP6). Secure use the Screw (604) to firm the upright cover.
Your treadmill is now fully assembled.
604
X14
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
317
342
318
315
319
340
525
549
531
525
407
426
531
341
426
553
531
604
525 343
314 525
604
412
552
525
554 555 344
555 554
701 702 345
531
525
704 703
401 428 432
102
604 108
109 604
541 705
402
524
528
433 524
706
541
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
608
602
316
316
335 606 605
602
105
608
602
605 606 335
601 529
103
602
329
529
603
513
534
322
221
101
533
556 510 405 509
523 212
514
323
106
221
603
212
302
212 523 216
530
406 204 509 404 337
601
329
534 513
302
530
503 512 338 550
515
107
333
534
213
328 333
301
328
339
210
533
215 220 309 551
533
530
511
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
332
320
217
543
332
321
516
303
516
219
535
538
538
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511
538
538
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
327
529
527
529
527
430
431
325
410
527
411
529
514
431
533
533
540
409
501
529
336
548
547
429
507
203
533
306
505
521
508
522
214
201
545
502
408
202
535
533
403
334
542
506
526
326
548
312
526
544
526
548
544
529
304
529
530
529
304
548
313
530
504
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
519
537 205
517
539
536
207 208
517
305
539
536
207 208
305
310
517
539
536
537
311
545 532
211
305
207 208
518
537
545
520 307
308 307
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308
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519
310
545
532
104
311
211
518
305
532
206
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434
440
426
438
436
426
437
439
435
413
424
441
442
443
416
422
420 423
415
416
420
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414
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417
419
415
414
421
413
424
408
403
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STABILIZER ADJUSTMENT
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO LEVEL YOUR TREADMILL:
An uneven floor or improper stabilizer level can cause the treadmill to wobble during use as well as the incline adjustment to function
Incorrectly. Please follow the procedure described below to make sure the treadmill stabilizer is adjusted correctly prior to use. You
May need the assistance of another person to perform this adjustment.
First locate the two adjustable stabilizers under the base frame. Then simply rotate them in or out to adjust the level of the
Treadmill. When properly adjusted the treadmill should sit firmly on both stabilizers and all cushions.
Locate the two adjustable stabilizers under the base frame.
Treadmill should sit firmly on both stabilizers and all cushions.
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FOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
How to fold up the treadmill:
Your treadmill can be folded up for space saving storage. To do this follow the instructions here:
1. To fold the deck you first need to bring the
treadmill to the lowest incline level.
1. Lower deck to lowest incline level.
2. Lift the deck up from the rear of the treadmill and
fold up until it locks in place. TO PREVENT
INJURY BE SURE YOU HAVE A FIRM HOLD
WHEN RAISING THE DECK.
2. Lift the deck up from the rear.
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3. You will hear a “click” sound as the lock engages.
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UNFOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
How to unfold the treadmill:
To unfold the treadmill for use follow the instructions here:
1. Begin by standing behind and supporting the deck
with your hands. Next release the lock with your
foot by stepping on the release lever. TO
PREVENT INJURY BE SURE YOU HAVE A
FIRM HOLD ON THE DECK BEFORE
RELEASING THE LOCK.
1. Release the lock with your foot by stepping on the
release lever.
2. Slowly lower the deck certain angle till the deck
start to lower by itself. The deck will lower slowly
till it rests securely on the ground. Please do not
stand on the area where underneath the deck
when the deck lowering.
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TRANSPORT INSTRUCTIONS
How to transport the treadmill:
1. Start by first folding up the running deck as
described on the FOLDING INSTRUCTIONS
page in this manual. Then lift the treadmill a little
bit up from the end of handlebars. You will see
the Transportation Wheel Bracket spring out.
1. Fold up the running deck.
2. Stand behind the treadmill and grab the
handlebars. Use the transport wheels to roll the
treadmill to a desired position.
2. Grab the handlebars then push or pull the treadmill.
3. Once the treadmill is in place step on the
Transportation Wheel Bracket to make the wheel
back to place. Then follow the UNFOLDING and
STABILIZER ADJUSTMENT instruction pages in
this manual to level the frame to the floor.
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MAINTENANCE
HOW TO MAINTAIN THE KEEWADIN TREADMILL:
Proper maintenance is very important to ensure your treadmill is always in top working condition. Improper maintenance could
cause damage or shorten the life of your treadmill and exceed the LIMITED WARRANTY coverage.
Important: DO NOT use abrasives or solvents to clean the treadmill. To prevent damage to the computer, keep liquids
away and keep it out of direct sunlight.
Inspect and tighten all parts of the treadmill regularly. Replace any damaged or worn parts immediately.
BELT ADJUSTMENT:
ALL BELT ADJUSTMENTS ARE CONSIDERED MAINTENANCE, AND ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE END USER.
Belt adjustment and tension performs two functions: adjustment for tension and centering. The running belt has been adjusted
properly at the factory. However transportation, uneven flooring or other unpredicted reasons could cause the belt to shift off center
resulting in the belt rubbing on the plastic side rail or end caps and possibly causing damage to the equipment. To adjust the belt
back to it’s proper position please follow the directions below:
Walking belt has shifted to the left: First unplug the power cord from the surge protector. Using the hex key provided,
turn the left rear roller adjustment bolt 1/4 turn in the clockwise direction. Plug the power cord back into the surge
protector and run the treadmill at 2.5 mph. You should see the belt start to correct itself, moving back towards the center.
Repeat the above procedure until the walking belt is centered. It may be necessary to set walking belt tension once you
have completed this procedure if the belt feels like it is slipping while walking. Refer below to the "Walking belt slipping"
instructions.
Walking belt has shifted to the right: First unplug the power cord from the surge protector. Using the hex key provided,
turn the right rear roller adjustment bolt 1/4 turn in the clockwise direction. Plug the power cord back into the surge
protector and run the treadmill at 2.5 mph. You should see the belt start to correct itself, moving back towards the center.
Repeat the above procedure until the walking belt is centered. It may be necessary to set walking belt tension once you
have completed this procedure if the belt feels like it is slipping while walking. Refer below to the "Walking belt slipping"
instructions.
Walking belt is slipping: First unplug the power cord from the surge protector. Using the hex key provided, turn both the
left and right rear roller adjustment bolts the equal amounts , 1/2 turn in the clockwise direction. Plug the power cord back
into the surge protector and run the treadmill at 2.5 mph. You should now walk on the belt to determine if the belt is still
slipping. Repeat the above procedure until the walking belt is not slipping. The tension should be just tight enough not to
slip. If proper tension cannot be achieved within four attempts please contact Yowza Fitness Technical Support. Belt
centering may be necessary once you have completed the tensioning procedure.
WARNING! Do not over tighten rollers! This will cause premature roller bearing failure!
Right and left tension bolts are located at the rear of the treadmill.
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING:
Routine cleaning of your treadmill will extend the product's life.
Warning: To prevent electrical shock, be sure the power to the treadmill is OFF and the power cord is unplugged from the
wall electrical outlet before attempting any cleaning or maintenance.
Important: DO NOT use abrasives or solvents to clean the treadmill. To prevent damage to the computer, keep liquids
away and keep it out of direct sunlight.
After each workout: Wipe off the console and other treadmill surfaces with a clean, water dampened soft cloth to
remove excess perspiration.
Weekly: Use of a treadmill mat is recommended for ease of cleaning. Dirt from your shoes contacts the belt and
eventually makes it to underneath the treadmill. Vacuum underneath treadmill once a week.
DECK LUBRICATION:
The walking belt has been pre-lubricated at the factory. However, it is recommended that the running deck be checked periodically
for lubrication to ensure optimal treadmill performance. Your treadmill should not have to be lubricated usually within the first 400
hours of use.
Every 2 months of operation lift the sides of the walking belt and feel the top surface of the running deck as far as you can reach. If
you feel signs of silicone, no further lubrication is required. If it feels dry to the touch, follow the instructions below.
To apply lubricant under the walking belt:
1.
Position the walking belt so that the seam is located on top and in center of the walking board.
2.
Insert the spray nozzle into the spray head of the lubricant can.
3.
While lifting the side of the walking belt, position the spray nozzle between the walking belt and the board approximately 6"
from the front of the treadmill and as far to the center as possible. Apply the silicone spray to the walking board, moving
from the front of the treadmill to the rear. Repeat this on the other side of the belt. Spray approximately 1/4 bottle
(supplied with treadmill) each time.
Allow the silicone to "set" for 1 minute before using the treadmill.
Spray lubricant from to back.
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IMPORTANT STEPS
Warning:
Before using this product, please consult your personal physician for a complete physical examination. Frequent and strenuous
exercise should be approved by your doctor first. If any discomfort should result from your use of this product, stop exercising and
consult your doctor. Proper usage of this product is essential. Please read your manual carefully before exercising.
Please keep all children away from the equipment during use and when equipment is unattended.
Always wear appropriate clothing, including athletic shoes, when exercising. Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught
during exercising.
Make sure that all bolts and nuts are tightened when equipment is in use. Periodic maintenance is required on all exercise
equipment to keep it in good condition.
Before beginning:
How you begin your exercise program depends on your physical condition. If you have been inactive for several years, or are
severely overweight, you must start slowly and increase your time gradually, a few minutes per week.
Initially you may be able to exercise only for a few minutes in your target zone. However, your aerobic fitness will improve over the
next six to eight weeks. Don’t be discouraged if it takes longer. It’s important to work at your own pace. Ultimately, you’ll be able
to exercise continuously for 30 minutes. And the better your aerobic fitness, the harder you will have to work to stay in your target
zone. But remember these essentials:
Contact your physician before starting a workout or training program. Have your doctor review your training and diet
programs to advise you of a workout routine you should adopt.
Begin your training program slowly with realistic goals that have been set by you and your doctor.
Supplement your program with some type of aerobic exercise such as walking, jogging, swimming, dancing and/or
bicycling. Monitor your pulse frequently. If you do not have an electronic heart rate monitor, have your physician show
you the proper way to manually check your pulse by using your wrist or neck. Establish your target heart rate based on
your age and condition.
Drink plenty of fluids during the course of your routine. You must replace the water content lost from excessive exercising
to avoid dehydration. Avoid drinking large amounts of cold liquids. Fluids should be at room temperature when
consumed.
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MUSCLE CHART
Targeted muscle groups:
The exercise routine that is performed on this product will develop primarily lower body muscle groups. These muscle groups are
shown in gray color on the chart below.
MUSCLE GROUPS
A
Shoulder muscles
B
Pectoral muscles
C
Bicep muscle
D
Abdominal muscles
E
Forearm muscles
F
Quadricep muscles
Calf muscles
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Trapezius muscles
H
Tricep muscles
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Back muscles
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Gluteal muscles
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Hamstring muscles
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STRETCHING ROUTINE
Warm up and cool down:
A successful exercise program consists of a warm-up, aerobic exercise, and a cool-down. Do the entire program at least two and
preferably three times a week, resting for a day between workouts. After several months, you can increase your workouts to four or
five times per week.
Warming up is an important part of your workout, and should begin every session. It prepares your body for more strenuous
exercise by heating up and stretching out your muscles, increasing your circulation and pulse rate, and delivering more oxygen to
your muscles. At the end of your workout, repeat these exercises to reduce sore muscle problems. We suggest the warm-up and
cool-down exercises on the following pages:
Toe Touch:
Slowly bend forward from
your waist, letting your back
and shoulders relax as you
stretch toward your toes.
Reach down as far as you
can and hold for 15 counts.
Shoulder Lift:
Lift your right shoulder up
toward your ear for one
count. Then lift your left
shoulder up for one count as
you lower your right
shoulder.
Inner Thigh Stretch:
Sit with the soles of your feet
together with your knees
pointing outward. Pull your
feet as close into your groin
as possible. Gently push
your knees towards the floor.
Hold for 15 counts.
Hamstring Stretch:
Sit with your right leg
extended. Rest the sole of
your left foot against your
right inner thigh. Stretch
toward your toe as far as
possible. Hold for 15 counts.
Relax and then repeat with
left leg extended.
Side Stretch:
Open your arms to the side
and continue lifting them until
they are over your head.
Reach your right arm as far
upward toward the ceiling as
you can for one count. Feel
the stretch up your right side.
Repeat this action with your
left arm.
Calf-Achilles Stretch:
Lean against a wall with your
left leg in front of the right
and your arms forward. Keep
your right leg straight and the
left foot on the floor; then
bend the left leg and lean
forward by moving your hips
toward the wall. Hold, and
then repeat on the other side
for 15 counts.
Head Roll:
Rotate your head to the right
for one count, feeling the
stretch up the left side of your
neck. Next, rotate your head
back for one count, stretching
your chin to the ceiling and
letting your mouth open.
Rotate your head to the left
for one count, and finally,
drop your head to your chest
for one count.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
NOTE: Do not touch any internal electric wires without consulting the manufacturer.
Treadmill will not start:
Symptom
Treadmill will not power up
Resolution
Check the following:
 Make sure the power cord is plugged into a
surge protector, the surge protector is
plugged into a properly grounded outlet and
the surge protector is turned on (refer to the
Power Requirements section in this manual).
 Equipment circuit breaker is in the reset
position
 Equipment power switch is in the on position
 Safety key is properly inserted into the
computer console
 Wall outlet is properly functioning with correct
voltage (Have an electrician check for
inadequate voltage at the outlet refer to the
Power Requirements section in this manual)
 House circuit breaker is reset and is the
proper size. (refer to the Power
Requirements section in this manual)

Treadmill stops operation during use
Treadmill will not incline(Power fold models only)
Treadmill will not unfold
Treadmill running belt moves slower than speed
displayed on computer
Treadmill running belt moves slower than speed
displayed on computer
Running belt is not centered
Running belt is slipping or hesitating while in use
Treadmill running belt moves slower than speed
displayed on computer
Safety key is properly inserted into the
computer console
 Equipment circuit breaker is in the reset
position
 House circuit breaker is reset, meets proper
requirements and if worn replaced by an
electrician. (refer to the Power Requirements
section in this manual)
 Program time has expired
 Check for proper positioning of spring knob for
folding(See procedure in owners manual)
Power Fold only
 Check for proper positioning of spring knob
for folding(See procedure in owners manual)
Manual Fold only
 Folding locking lever is depressed
 Metric/English conversion (See owners manual
for Metric/English conversion process)
 Metric/English conversion (See owners manual
for Metric/English conversion process)
 Treadmill is properly leveled(See procedure
in owners manual)
 Center running belt (See Centering
procedure in owners manual)
 Tension running belt (See process in owners
manual)
 Metric/English conversion (See owners manual
for Metric/English conversion process)

Running belt is not centered
Running belt is slipping or hesitating while in use
Treadmill is properly leveled(See procedure
in owners manual)
 Center running belt (See Centering
procedure in owners manual)
 Tension running belt (See process in owners
manual)
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YOWZA KEEWADIN TREADMILL
WARRANTY
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NOTE: Save this document for your records. This warranty includes all YOWZA “KEEWADIN” Products
TO OBTAIN SERVICE: CALL 877-969-9240 OR EMAIL SERVICE@YOWZAFITNESS.COM to report a service issue or
manufacturers defect. At the sole discretion of YOWZA FITNESS, Yowza will provide one of the following methods to resolve the
service claim: a) dispatching of an authorized independent service technician to repair the product in the home, b) reimburse the
customer at a rate of $75.00 per service issue. Service issue is defined as an approved service claim. Limit of one $75.00 payment
will be made on each service claim. All repairs must be authorized by YOWZA FITNESS prior to performance of work. Claims on
unauthorized repairs may be denied. Many oversights, which are not covered under this Agreement, can be due to simple
circumstances such as the Covered Product not being switched on, being unplugged, or a fuse blown at the junction box.
WHO IS COVERED: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS OFFERED ONLY TO BUYER(s) WHO PURCHASED THE PRODUCT FROM
YOWZA OR ONE OF OUR AUTHORIZED DEALER’S IN THAT AUTHORIZED TERRITORY. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS NOT
OFFERED TO BUYER(S) WHO PURCHASED THE PRODUCT FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE, The terms “you” and “your” are
used in this Limited Warranty to refer to the original buyer who purchased the product form YOWZA or one of our authorized
dealers in that dealer’s authorized territory, and any person receiving the product in an unused condition as a gift from such original
buyer. The terms “we“, “us” and “YOWZA” are used in this Limited Warranty to refer to YOWZA International, Inc.
WHAT IS COVERED: This Limited Warranty covers all products that are sold under the YOWZA “KEEWADIN” name to buyers
who purchased the product from YOWZA or one of our authorized dealers in that dealer’s authorized territory and used in United
States and Canada. Except as otherwise stated in this Limited Warranty, we will repair or correct any product or part defect
occurring during the stated WARRANTY PERIOD which we determine is related to materials or workmanship and is not due to
normal wear and tear.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED: THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER PRODUCTS PURCHASED FROM ANY SOURCE
THAN YOWZA OR ONE OF OUR AUTHORIZED IN THAT DEALER’S AUTHORIZED TERRITORY. PRODUCTS SOLD, MOVED
OR USED OUTSIDE THE BORDERS OF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND CANADA ARE SUBJECT TO THE TERMS
PROVIDED BY THE LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR AND ARE NOT COVERED BY THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. Product requires normal
maintenance including, but not limited to, regular inspection and wear component replacement. We do not warrant damage caused
by the lack of normal maintenance repairs such as those detailed within the Owner’s Manual. We do not warrant any causes
beyond our control. Corrosion, oxidation or deterioration caused by product location, exposure or environment, or conditions
caused by unsuitable finishes, cleaners, or lubricants are not covered. Loss from natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods,
tornados etc. are not covered. Damage or breakage caused by unauthorized service, installation, alteration, modification, assembly
or disassembly, negligence, or conditions of use which are unintended for the product are not warranted. This Limited Warranty
does not cover cosmetic or surface corrosion resulting from chips or scratches in the paint. Extra expenses including, but not
limited to, loss of machine use and inconvenience are not covered. Due to varying conditions under which the product is used, we
offer no warranties, express or implied, as to the length of service. We do not warrant products that have not been paid for, or in the
event that we have offered a payment plan, products purchased by buyers who are in arrears on a payment plan. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER UNINTENDED USE. See “INTENDED USE” below.
INTENDED USE: This Limited Warranty covers only defects that arise in the ordinary, intended use of the product. Products sold
under the YOWZA “KEEWADIN” name are intended for RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY. See further “Circumstances and use that will
void your warranty “below.
CIRCUMSTANCES AND USE THAT WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY: Any use other than for residential purpose including but not
limited to: use in a commercial business, use in a member paid organization or association, use in an outside the home office or
location of any kind that is not the residence of the buyer, immediate household members or family. Willful disregard for the proper
maintenance, use and location of the equipment. Loss from natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, tornados etc. are not
covered.
WARRANTY PERIOD: The warranty period begins on the date on the product was delivered to the original buyer. The warranty
period for lifetime frame and motor, and five years on all other parts. The labor portion of the warranty is two years from the date of
delivery.
WHO WILL PAY LABOR AND TRANSPORTATION COSES: If we determine, during the first year of the warranty period, that the
product or any covered part must be shipped to the manufacturing facility for repair or service, all warranty repairs, including
transportation costs and labor, will be made at NO CHARGE to you; thereafter, you will be responsible for all costs of repair and
service, including labor and transportation costs.
WHAT YOU MUST DO TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE DO TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: Retain proof of
purchase. All warranty repairs and corrections require proof of purchase. To obtain coverage, please contact YOWZA Technical
Support (877-969-9240) within seven (7) days after discovery of the defect and follow the directions provided to you by your
YOWZA Service Representative.
MODIFICATIONS TO WARRANTY ARE NOT AUTHORIZED: No one is authorized to modify, change, transfer or extend in any
way the terms of this Limited Warranty.
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WARRANTY
DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF REMEDIES: It is impossible to eliminate all risks inherently associated
with use of the product. Personal injury or other unintended consequences may result because of factors beyond our control. WE
MAKE NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND. EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OTHER THAN THOSE EXPRESSLY SET FORTH
WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT. ALL WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN ARE
SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED. IN THE CASE OF NON-CONSUMER BUYERS, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED.
IN THE CASE OF A CONSUMER BUYER, THE DURATION OF ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES PROVIDED
WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT.
WE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, LOSSES OR
EXPENSES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO COMMERCIAL LOSSES, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR DAMAGE TO
PROPERTY OTHER THAN THE PRODUCT OR PRODUCTS TO WHICH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES.
EFFECT OF STATE LAWS: Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
may not apply to you. Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from State to State. If there is a section in there Bout disputes it should read that all disputes must be litigated in Collier county
Florida.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOR NON-CONSUMER BUYERS: WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MANDATE
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION TO SETTLE ANY OR ALL CLAIMS RESULTING FROM THIS SALES TRANSACTION.
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEEDINGS WILL BE CONSUCTED IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA ACCORDING TO
THE COMMERCIAL RULES OF THE AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION.
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COMPUTER OPERATION
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COMPUTER OPERATION
POWER ON:
When the console is Switch on, all the LED lights will auto scan and the sound a beep, then ”QUICK START OR PRESS ENTER TO
SELECT PRESET PROGRAM” will display on the message center. Press START to start training in QUICK STATR MODE or
ENTER to go into PROGRAM MODE.
SLEEP MODE:
The computer will automatically enter SLEEP MODE. If it is left idle for 240 seconds without receiving any input. Press any buttons to
return to POWER ON status when the computer is in the SLEEP MODE.
STOP/ENTER:
When the treadmill is running, press the STOP button to pause the treadmill. All figures on the displayed on the LED will freeze.
Press START to resume the program and all displays will continue the performance until the program finishes. If you continue
pressing the STOP twice, then all data will return to 0 and the treadmill will return to POWER ON status. If there is no action within 3
minutes, the treadmill will return to POWER ON status.
MODE:
Switches the LED window display information:
a. The computer has a factory setting that auto switches between TIME, SPEED, PULSE, DISTANCE, CALORIES and INCLINE
LEVEL. Each value will be displayed for 5 seconds.
b. Press the MODE button once to display only SPEED, TIME and PULSE.
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c. Press the MODE button a 2 time to display only CALORIES, DISTANCE and INCLINE LEVEL.
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d. Press the MODE button a 3 time return to the auto switch display.
ENGLISH/METRIC CONVERSION:
The treadmill computer display can show ENGLISH and METRIC information. The factory should have the proper setting on this for
different markets. In case that the treadmill needs to be converted between METRIC and ENGLISH readout, please follow the
procedure as below:
1.
Set the POWER SWITCH to ON. Press the START button on the computer and hold it. Insert the SAFETY KEY then release
the START button. The computer will sound one short beep and METRIC LED light up.
2.
Press the START button to switch between METRIC/ENGLISH and press the STOP button to confirm the selection and return
to the POWER ON status.
QUICK START:
Press the START button to start the belt, the SPEED window will countdown 3 seconds with the LED showing “3-2-1” then the belt
will start moving.
1. Speed starts from 0.5mph (0.8kph), press to SPEED UP/DOWN exercise speed by 0.1mph/kph
2. Level starts from Level 0, press INCLINE UP/DOWN to change incline level
3. SPEED、TIME、PULSE is A group, CALORIES、DISTANCE、INCLINE% is B group. Each value will be displayed for 5 seconds
Press the MODE button
TIME window will display: 0.00
DISTANCE window will display: 0.00
SPEED window will display: 0.5mph/0.8kph
CALORIES window will display: 0
HEART RATE window display: P
FAN CONTROL:
First Press:
Second Press:
Third Press:
Fourth Press: STOP
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COMPUTER OPERATION
PROGRAM:
Press ENTER button to enter PROGRAM MODE and to set user parameters
SET UP USER CODE
At first, the LCD will show a blinking U1, and will also display only factory default setting values for user Weight, Height, Age and Target
Heart Rate. Press the INCILNE UP/DOWN buttons to choose the User ID from U1 to U9 and press the ENTER buttons to assign the
user ID shown.
HEIGHT set up – After the User ID set up procedure, the SPEED PROFILE will display the default or previous setting and begin
blinking. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN button to adjust the user height information then press ENTER to confirm.
WEIGHT set up – After the User HEIGHT confirmation procedure, The SPEED PROFILE will display the default or previous setting and
begin blinking. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN button to adjust the user weight information then press ENTER to confirm.
AGE set up – After the WEIGHT set up procedure, the SPEED PROFILE will display the default or previous setting and begin blinking.
Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN button to adjust the user age information then press ENTER to confirm.
PROGRAM MODE
After setting the user Age, the SPEED PROFILE will display a blinking P1, indicating that the user is now select from P1~10 and C1~3.
Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to select the programs and press the ENTER button to set up the program.
PROGRAM 1 – TARGET TIME
If P1 is selected, the TIME LED window shows “30:00” as the preset workout time. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to set target
workout time. Press the STOP/ENTER button to save the target time and press the START button to start the program. Speed starts
from 2.0 mph / 3.2 km/h. Incline starts from level 0. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed and press the INCLINE
UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the incline level. TIME counts down from the target time to zero.
PROGRAM 2 – TARGET DISTANCE
If P2 is selected, the DISTANCE LED window shows “0.00”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to set the target distance. Press the
STOP/ENTER button to save the target distance and press the START button to start the program. Speed starts from 2.0 mph /3.2
km/h. Incline starts from level 0. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed and press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons
to adjust the incline level. DISTANCE counts down from the target distance.
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PROGRAM 3 – TARGET CALORIES
If P3 is selected, the CALORIES LED window shows “0”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to set the target calories. Press
the STOP/ENTER button to save the target calories and press the START button to start the program. Speed starts from 2.0
mph /3.2 km/h. Incline starts from level 0. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed and press the INCLINE
UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the incline level. CALORIES count down from the target calories.
PROGRAM 4 – INTERVAL INCLINE
If P4 is selected, the PULSE/INCLINE LED window shows a blinking “L 1”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to select the
intensity of workout from L1 to L12 then press the STOP/ENTER button then the TIME LED window shows the factory setting
value “24:00” . Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the workout time. Every adjustable section is 4 minutes. Press
the STOP/ENTER button to save the setting then press the START button to start the program. The incline level will be
changed by the computer following the factory setting pattern. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed.
LEVEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MIN. LEVEL
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
MAX. LEVEL
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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PROGRAM 5 – INTERVAL SPEED
LEVEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MIN. SPEED (ML)
1.8
2.0
2.2
2.4
2.6
2.8
3.0
3.2
3.4
3.6
3.8
4.0
MAX. SPEED (ML)
3.1
3.4
3.8
4.2
4.6
5.0
5.4
5.8
6.2
6.6
7.0
7.2
LEVEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MIN. SPEED (KM)
2.9
3.2
3.5
3.8
4.2
4.5
4.8
5.1
5.4
5.8
6.1
6.4
MAX. SPEED (KM)
5.0
5.4
6.1
6.7
7.4
8.0
8.6
9.3
9.9
10.6
11.2
11.5
If P5 is selected, the PULSE/INCLINE LED window shows a blinking “L 1”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to select the
intensity of workout from L1 to L12 then press the STOP/ENTER button thden the TIME LED window shows the factory setting
value “24:00”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the workout time. Every adjustable section is 4 minutes. Press
the STOP/ENTER button to save the setting then press the START button to start the program. The speed will be changed by
the computer following the factory setting pattern. Press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the incline level.
PROGRAM 6 – WEIGHT LOSS
If P6 is selected, the PULSE/INCLINE LED window shows a blinking “L 1”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to select the
intensity of workout from L1 to L12 then press the STOP/ENTER button then the TIME LED window shows the factory setting
value “30:00”. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the workout time. Every adjustable section is 5 minutes. Press
the STOP/ENTER button to save the setting then press the START button to start the program. The speed and incline level will
be changed by the computer following the factory setting pattern.
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LEVEL
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MIN. SPEED KM
2,6
2, 9
3,2
3,5
3,8
4,2
4,5
4,8
5,1
5,4
5,8
6,1
LEVEL
MIN. SPEED ML
1
1,6
2
1,8
3
2,0
4
2,2
5
2,4
6
2,6
7
2,8
8
3,0
9
3,2
10
3,4
11
3,6
12
3,8
PROGRAM 7 – 5K SELF LEARING AND COMPETITION
MAX. SPEED KM
4,5
4,8
5,1
5,4
5,8
6,1
6,4
6,7
7,0
7,4
7,7
8,0
MIN. GRADE%
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
MAX. GRADE%
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
MAX. SPEED ML
2,9
3,1
3,3
3,5
3,7
3,9
4,1
4,3
4,5
4,7
4,9
5,1
MIN. GRADE%
0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
4
MAX. GRADE%
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
If P7 is selected, the DISTANCE LED window shows “3” miles or “5” km. Press the START button to start the program. Press the
SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the speed and press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to adjust the incline level.
PROGRAM 8 - HEART RATE CONTROL:
If the user selects P8 (P9, P10) and presses ENTER, the display will show a calculated initial Target Heart Rate (based on user age)
as shown at the second-to-last page. The user must now set the Target Heart Rate using INCLINE UP/DOWN according to the user’s
own physical condition and professional trainer or doctor’s instruction, and then pressing START to confirm the user-defined setting.
After this the user must then enter a Total Workout Time in 3:00 (min.) intervals or accept the default 60:00 (min.).
The user may then press START to initiate the program, P8 (P9, P10). Upon beginning the HEART RATE CONTROL program, up to 3
consecutive 3 minute monitoring phases are executed just after the program initiates and the belt begins moving. The user may then
press START to initiate the program, P8 (P9, P10).
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WARM UP
Phase1 – Speed Adjust
In the first Phase, the user’s heart rate will be monitored continuously and at 30 second intervals counting down from 3:00 (min.). If the
Threshold Heart Rate (approx. 65% Target Heart Rate) is not met, the speed of the treadmill will be increased at 0.8km/hr / 0.5 mph at
a time. The treadmill will continue to increase Speed in this Phase beginning at 3.2 km/h / 2 mph up to the maximum of Level 7.2 km/h
4.5 mph. If the Threshold Heart Rate is met in this Phase then the program skips Phase 3 below and begins directly with HEART
RATE CONTROL MODE.
Note: The Speed will not change when the program cannot detect the heart rate.
Phase 2 – Incline Adjust
In the second Phase, the user’s heart rate will again be monitored continuously and at 30 second intervals counting down from 3:00
(min.), if the Threshold Heart Rate (approx. 65% Target Heart Rate) is still not met, the incline of the treadmill will be raised at one level
at a time. The treadmill will continue to raise during this Phase up to the maximum of Level 5. If the Threshold Heart Rate is met in this
Phase, then the program skips Phases 2 and 3 below and begins directly with HEART RATE CONTROL MODE.
Note: The incline level will not change when the program cannot detect the heart rate.
Phase 3 – Extended Monitoring
In the third Phase, there is no further change to Incline or Speed, and the user’s heart rate in monitored continuously couting down
from 3:00 (min.) at fixed Speed and Incline setting. If during this period the Threshold Heart Rate (approx. 65% Target Heart Rate) is
not met then the display will give an indication that the Heart RATE CONTROL Program has failed (shows the word FAIL at the top of
the display) and after blinking 10 seconds will return to the POWER ON MODE. If during the extended monitoring period of 3 minutes
the Threshold Heart Rate is achieved the program will switch over to HEART RATE CONTROL MODE as described in the next
section.
HEART RATE CONTROL MAIN PROGRAM
After the actual pulse rate reaches the minimum target workout heart rate and completes the warm up program, the computer will go
into the main program and the time will count down from the pre-set time. During the main program, if the actual pulse rate cannot
reach the maximum target workout heart rate, the incline level will be increased by 1% every 15 seconds until the pulse rate reaches
the maximum target workout heart rate or the incline level will increase by 15%. After the incline level increases to 15% but still does
not reach the maximum target workout heart rate the speed will be increase by 0.5MILE/0.8KM every 15 seconds until the pulse rate
reaches the maximum target workout heart rate. If the actual pulse is higher than the maximum target workout heart rate, then the
incline will be reduced 1% every 15 seconds until the actual heart rate meets the maximum target workout heart rate or the incline level
will lower to 0%. Then the speed will be reduced by 0.5MILE/0.8KM every 15 seconds until the actual pulse meets the maximum
target workout heart rate.
COOL DOWN – After completing the HEART RATE CONTROL program and the time counts down to zero start the one-minute cool
down program. The incline will return to 0% and the speed will lower to 2MILE/3.2KM as the time counts down from 1:00.
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C1 – C3 CUSTOM PROGRAM (USER PROGRAM)
The program can allow 3 custom programs to be set by users and store the settings for repeated workouts. The maximum
workout time of each user program is 60 minutes. During the workout after the TIME counts up to 60:00, the treadmill will start
a one-minute cool down procedure automatically. To set and store the user programs, please follow the procedure below:
SET AND SAVE THE USER PROGRAM
Select between C1 to C3 and press the STOP/ENTER button to enter the user program then press the START button. Speed
starts at 3.2 km/h / 2.0 mph and the incline level starts at level 0. Each section of SPEED/INCLINE is one minute. Press the
SPEED UP/DOWN buttons to change the speed and press the INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to change the incline during the
workout. The computer will take the actual speed and incline level at the last second of each minute section and temporary
save as the speed and incline level of that minute section. Continue the workout until you want to stop. Press the
STOP/ENTER button to enter the one-minute cool down session. The computer will automatically enter the save program
status after the one-minute cool down session. If you want to skip the cool down procedure, press the STOP/ENTER button to
enter the save program status.
When the computer is in save program status, the “CUSTOM SAVE” button will blink slowly. Press the button to save this
program or press the STOP/ENTER button to delete the program and return to POWER ON status.
EDIT PREVIOUS SAVED PROGRAM
Edit the Speed and Incline without extending the previously saved workout time:
Simply press the SPEED UP/DOWN and INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons to change the speed and incline level during the
workout then follow the SET AND SAVE procedure after completing the workout.
Extend the workout time from the previously saved program:
If you want to extend the total workout time from the previously saved program press the START button anytime during the
workout. The LED of the CUSTOM SAVE button will light up and blink for 10 seconds then stay lit up. After completing the
previously saved program the treadmill will start a one-minute cool down session. Press the START button again during the
cool down session and the treadmill will skip the cool down procedure and continue running at a speed of 3.2 km/h / 2.0 mph
and incline of level 0. Press the SPEED UP/DOWN and INCLINE UP/DOWN buttons for every minute section then follow the
SET AND SAVE procedure after completing the workout.
If you already press the START button once during the workout and intend to extend the workout time but decide not to extend the
workout time, press the START button again to switch off the LED light of CUSTOM SAVE button. Or wait till the previous saved
program complete and complete the cool down procedure then follow the SET AND SAVE procedure.
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FITNESS-TEST
The Fitness-Test function is designed to let the user test their physical condition during a workout. The fitness rating is
determined by measuring how quickly the user’s pulse slows down after a workout. The faster the pulse slows down, the better
the user’s physical condition. User’s can record their fitness rating to use for reference and to monitor improvement. To start
the Fitness-Test, press the “Fitness-Test” button toward the end of a workout (while your pulse is still under workout load). The
treadmill will enter the PAUSE/STOP status. Put both hands on the hand pulse sensors within 10 seconds (for models equipped
with a chest belt pulse transmitter, keep the chest belt on, no need to hold the hand pulse). The pulse receiver will scan and
detect the user’s pulse in 10 seconds and enter the Fitness-Test function. TIME counts down from 01:00 to 00:00. After the
count-down the SPEED window will show the Fitness rating (1.0-6.0). The lower the number the better your fitness. Record the
rating for future comparison. After completion of the Fitness-Test (1 minute) the training can be resumed by pressing the START
button.
When the SPEED window shows above 6, the Time windows will show OUTSTANDING.
When the SPEED window shows between 4 to 5.9, the Time windows will show POOR.
When the SPEED window shows between 3 to 3.9, the Time windows will show FAIR.
When the SPEED window shows between 2 to 2.9, the Time windows will show GOOD.
When the SPEED window shows below 2, the Time windows will show EXCELLENT.
When the SPEED window shows below 1 or minus, the Time windows will show F1.0.
During the Fitness-Test, if you want to stop the function and stop workout, press the STOP/ENTER button and return to POWER
ON status.
During the Fitness-Test, if you want to continue the previous program, press the START button to continue the previous
program.
After pressing the Fitness-Test button, if the pulse receiver fails to scan and receive the user’s pulse the computer will stay at
PAUSE/STOP status. Press the STOP/ENTER button to return to POWER ON status or press the START button to continue
the previous program.
The Fitness-Test cannot be activated while in the COOL DOWN
USING THE CHEST BELT HEART RATE MONITOR:
For proper operation, the chest belt should be worn with the monitor strapped across the front of your body just above the chest
line as shown in the drawing on the right. The monitor needs a little body heat and moisture in order to work properly. To
ensure correct operation you may want to wet the two rubber pickups under the belt prior to exercising.
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Heart Rate diagram
You can calculate the target-heartrate for your training as follows:
Maximum heartrate = 220 minus age
For the different trainingtargets you should train with the following percentage of your maximum heartrate:
Health/Fat Burning:
Fitness/Bodyshaping:
Performance:
50 – 70% of your max. heartrate
70 – 80% of your max. heartrate
80 - 90% of your max. heartrate
Example:
You are 25 years old and want to train for the target Fitness:
220 – 25 = 195
70% of 195 = 136.5
80% of 195 = 156
Your target-heartrate should be between 136.5 and 156 beats per minute.
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This information is for your reference only. To determine your individual training intensity or in case you should have
health restrictions please consult your physician before starting exercising.