Exerpeutic 5000 "Mobile App Tracking" Programmable Magnetic Elliptical with Double Transmission and Heart Pulse

Elliptical
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions carefully before using this product.
Retain this owner’s manual for future reference.
The specifications of this product may vary from this photo, subject to change
without notice.
Item # 1318
OWNER’S MANUAL
1318.2-082615
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SERVICE ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2
LABEL PLACEMENT --------------------------------------------------------- 3
PRODUCT SAFETY ---------------------------------------------------------- 4
OVERVIEW DRAWING ------------------------------------------------------ 5
PARTS LIST --------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
HARDWARE & TOOLS LIST ----------------------------------------------- 9
ASSEMBLY ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 10
COMPUTER --------------------------------------------------------------------- 25
ADJUSTMENT ----------------------------------------------------------------- 32
TROUBLE SHOOTING & MAINTENANCE ----------------------------- 33
WARM UP ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 34
WARRANTY -------------------------------------------------------------------- 35
FAX FORM ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 36
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SERVICE
IMPORTANT: FOR NORTH AMERICA ONLY
For damaged or defective product, questions, replacement parts or
any other service support, please contact our customer service
department (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, Daily) by the
below methods:
For Best Service, please Email:
Service@paradigmhw.com
Response Time: 1-2 Business Days
Website:
www.paradigmhw.com
Toll-Free:
1-844-641-7921
Response time may vary.
Please have the following information ready when requesting for service:
Your name
Phone number
Model number
Serial number
Part number
Proof of Purchase
For damaged or defective product please contact our customer service
before returning to the store.
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
1189 Jellick Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91748, US
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LABEL PLACEMENT
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PRODUCT SAFETY
Basic precautions should always be followed, including the following
Important safety instructions when using this equipment. Read all
instructions before using this equipment.
1.
Read all the instructions in this manual and do warm up exercises before
using this product.
2. Before exercise, in order to avoid injuring your muscles, warm-up
exercise for every muscle group is highly recommended. Please refer to
the Warm Up pages for pre and post workout.
3. Please make sure all parts are not damaged and functioning before use.
This product should be placed on a flat surface when using. Using a mat
or other covering material on the ground is recommended.
4. Please wear proper clothes and shoes when using this equipment; do not
wear clothes that might catch any part of the equipment.
5. Do not attempt any maintenance or adjustments other than those
described in this manual. Should any problems arise, discontinue use
and consult an Authorized Service Representative.
6. Be careful when stepping on or leaving the pedals. Make sure to hold on
to the handlebars when mounting and dismounting. When mounting,
make sure the pedal is at its lowest point before you step on. While in
use, please onto the handlebars and use both the pedals and the
handlebars in tandem to insure a smooth, effective workout.
7. Do not use the product outdoors.
8. This product is for household use only.
9. Only one person should be on the product while in use.
10. Keep children and pets away from the product while in use. This
machine is designed for adults only. This product requires a minimum of
6 feet of space for safe operation.
11. If you feel any chest pains, nausea, dizziness, or short of breath, you
should stop exercising immediately and consult your physician before
continuing.
12. The maximum weight capacity for this product is 270 lbs/123 kgs.
WARNING: Before beginning any exercise program consult
your physician. This is especially important for the people who are
over 35 years old or who have pre-existing health problems. Read all
instructions before using any fitness equipment.
CAUTION: Read all instructions carefully before operating this
product. Retain this Owner’s Manual for future reference.
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OVERVIEW DRAWING
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty No.
Description
Qty
001 Main Frame
1 021R Right Cover
1
002 Front Stabilizer Ø60x1.5tx510mm
1 022L Left Foot Pedal
1
003 Rear Stabilizer Ø60x1.5tx590mm
1 022R Right Foot Pedal
1
004 Front Post Ø60x2.0tx975mm
1 023A Lower Crank Cover A (Black)
2
005 Handlebar Ø32
1 023B Lower Crank Cover B (Black)
2
006L Upper Left Handrail Ø32
1 024
Belt Pulley Ø214
1
006R Upper Right Handrail Ø32
1 025
Belt Pulley Ø180
1
007L Left Handrail Arm Ø32
1 026
Handrail Foam Grip
Ø32x5tx750mm
2
007R Right Handrail Arm Ø32
1 027
Handlebar Foam Grip
Ø32x3tx380mm
2
008 U Shape Bracket
2 028
Flywheel Ø200-4kg
1
009L Left Foot Bar
1 029
Magnet Bracket
1
009R Right Foot Bar
1 030
Handlebar End Cap Ø32
2
010 Crank
2 031
Handrail End Cap Ø50
2
011
Sensor with Wire L=150mm
1 032
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x15mm
2
012 Computer Wire L=1050mm
1 033
Bolt M5x20mm
2
013A
Front Decorate Cover for Front
Post
1 034
Carriage Bolt M8x70mm
4
013B
Rear Decorate Cover for Front
Post
1 035
Cap Nut M8
4
1 036
Washer Ø8xØ16x1.5T
8
1 037
Belt Pulley Shaft Ø12x90mm
2
2 038
Curve Washer Ø21xØ8x2t
10
2 039
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x42mm
4
018 Washer Ø8xØ38x2.0T
2 040
Nylon Locknut M8
7
019 Front Stabilizer End Cap Ø60
2 041
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M10x80mm
2
020 Rear Stabilizer End Cap Ø60
2 042
Flat Washer Ø10xØ19x1.5t
8
021L Left Cover
1 043
Carriage Bolt M6x45mm
4
014 Magnetic Brake Cable
015
Extension Sensor Wire
L=1250mm
016 Hand Pulse Sensor
017
Hand Pulse Sensor Wire
L=600mm
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty No.
Description
Qty
044 Nylon Locknut M10
3 070
Wave Washer Ø16.2xØ25x0.5t
2
045 Nylon Locknut M6
4 071
Washer Ø8xØ25x2.0T
2
046 Washer Ø6xØ14x1.0t
6 072
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x54mm
2
047 Tension Bracket & Eyebolt Set I
4 073
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x50mm
1
048 Washer Ø10xØ20x3.0T
6 074
Hexagon Head Bolt M10x32
1
049 Nut 3/8"x26tx6mm
4 075A Foot Bar Cover-A
2
050 Plastic Bushing Ø19xØ38x64mm
2 075B Foot Bar Cover-B
2
051 Washer Ø19.5xØ38x0.5T
2 076
Nylon Nut M5
2
052 Bushing Ø10x32x2.5
4 077
Bolt M5x12mm for Sensor
Bracket
1
4 078
Bolt M5x60mm
1
054 Bushing Ø16.3x22.4
4 079
Washer Ø12xØ17x1.0T
4
055 Bushing Ø19x38
4 080
Spring Washer 8mm
8
056 Bolt M6x12mm
2 081
Plastic washer Ø20.1xØ41.8x4T
1
057 Tension Bracket & Eyebolt Set II
2 082
Steel bearing 6004-2RS
2
058A Handrail Arm Cover-A
2 083
Inner C Ring Ø12
4
058B Handrail Arm Cover-B
2 084
Wave Washer Ø12xØ17x0.2T
2
18 085
Conical Washer Ø8.15xØ11x3.5
4
060 Decorate Cover Ø60
061 Decorate Cover □30x60
1 086
Bushing Ø12xØ18x11.5
4
1 087
Self Tapping Screw M4x20mm
2
062 Bearing R12
2 088A Upper Crank Cover A
2
063 Self Tapping Screw M5x15mm
4 088B Upper Crank Cover B
2
064 Washer Ø19.5xØ25x2.0T
2 089
Wire Plug
1
065 Nut M10
2 090
Magnet
9
066 Inner C Ring Ø19
1 091
Spring 0.8x13
1
067 Washer Ø19.5xØ25x3.0T
2 092
Sensor Magnet Ø15x7mm
1
5 093
Sensor Bracket
1
6 094
Belt 330 J4
1
053
059
068
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x18mm
Round Head Self Tapping Screw
M4.5x15mm
Round Head Self Tapping Screw
M4.5x25mm
069 Bolt M5x12mm
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty No.
Description
Qty
095
Belt 855 PK5
1 104
Belt Pulley Bracket
1
096
Washer Ø20.5xØ25x1T
3 105
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x12mm
3
097A U Shape Bracket Cover A
2 106
C-ring Φ20
2
097B U Shape Bracket Cover B
2 107
Washer Ø19.5xØ25x0.5T
1
098
Motor
1 108
U Shape Plate
1
099
Power Supply Cable 100mm
1 109
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x15mm
8
100
Adaptor w/Cable
1 110
Hexagon Socket Head Bolt
M8x10
3
101
Bottle Holder
1 111
Wave washer 21x27x0.3T
1
102
Computer
1 112
Idle wheel fixture
1
103
Bolt for Computer
4 113
Spring Φ2.6x18
1
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HARDWARE & TOOLS LIST
(#18) Washer
2 PCS
(#34) Carriage Bolt
4 PCS
(#35) Cap Nut M8
4 PCS
(#39) Hexagon Socket (#40) Nylon Locknut (#41) Hexagon Socket
Head Bolt
Head Bolt
4 PCS
2 PCS
4 PCS
(#43) Carriage Bolt
4 PCS
(#51) Washer
2 PCS
(#71) Washer
2 PCS
(#45) Nylon Locknut
4 PCS
(#44) Nylon Locknut
2 PCS
(#36) Washer
4 PCS
(#42) Flat
Washer
2 PCS
(#46) Washer
4 PCS
(#53) Hexagon Socket (#59) Round Head Self (#70) Wave Washer
Head Bolt
Tapping Screw
2 PCS
4 PCS
10 PCS
Multi Hex Tool with
Phillips Screwdriver
1 PC
Allen Wrench
1 PC
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
1. Front Stabilizer Installation.
Lift up the main frame (1) towards the front, and then align the Front Stabilizer (2) onto the
front curve of the Main Frame (1). Attach two Carriage Bolts (34) and on the other ends
of bolts with two Washers (36) and two Cap Nuts (35). Hold the Front Stabilizer (2) to the
Main Frame (1) and use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to tighten the Cap
Nuts (35) until firm and secure.
Hardware:
(#34) Carriage Bolt
2 PCS
(#35) Cap Nut M8
2 PCS
10
(#36) Washer
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
2. Rear Stabilizer Installation.
Lift up the Main Frame (1) towards the end, and then align the Rear Stabilizer (3) onto the
rear curve of the Main Frame (1). Attach Two Carriage Bolts (34) and on the other ends
of bolts with two Washers (36) and two Cap Nuts (35). Hold the Rear Stabilizer (3) to the
Main Frame (1) and use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to tighten the Cap
Nuts (35) until firm and secure.
Hardware:
(#34) Carriage Bolt
2 PCS
(#35) Cap Nut M8
2 PCS
.
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(#36) Washer
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
3.Computer Installation
Insert the wires that come from the Computer (102) into the Handlebar Post (4), and pull it
out from the hole located on the right hand side of Front Post (4). Attach the Computer (102)
onto the top end of the Front Post (4) with four Cross Recessed Pan Head Bolts (103) that
were removed.
Use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to tighten the Cross Recessed Pan Head
Bolts (103) until firm and secure.
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Allen Wrench
MUST TIGHTEN IN SEQUENCE: A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H.
4. Assemble Front Post.
Use the Allen Wrench to remove eight Hexagon Socket Head Bolts (109), eight Spring
Washers (80), and eight Curve Washers (38) from the Front Post (4).
Connect the Computer Wire (12) from the Front Post (4) with the Extension Sensor Wire (15)
from the Main Frame (1). Insert the Front Post (4) into Main Frame (1). Make sure the
wire stay connected. Tighten the eight Hexagon Socket Head Bolts (109), eight Spring
Washers (80), and eight Curve Washers (38) by Allen Wrench.
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Allen Wrench
5. Assemble Handlebar.
A. Use Allen Wrench to remove two Hexagon Socket Head Bolts (32) and two Curve
Washers (38) from the Front Post (4).
Take off the Wire Plug (89) from the right hand side of the Front Post (4).
B. Put Hand Pulse Sensor Wires (17) from the Handlebar (5) through the Wire Plug (89).
Then connect the wires that come from the console where located on the right hand side
of the Front Post (4). Pull the Hand Pulse Sensor Wires (17) from the top end of the
handle bar (5). Attach the Wire Plug (89) back to the Front Post (4).
C. Attach the Handlebar (5) on top of the Front Post (4), and then tighten the two Hexagon
Socket Head Bolts (32) and two Curve Washers (38) by Allen Wrench. Make sure it’s
firm and secure.
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Allen Wrench
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
Assemble Upper Handrails and Handrail Arms: “R” for right side and “L” for
left side.
A. Insert the Upper Left Handrail (6L) into Left Handrail Arm (7L), tighten with two Hexagon
Socket Head Bolts (39) and two Nylon Locknuts (40) by Allen Wrench and Multi Hex
Tool with Phillips Screwdriver.
B. Repeat the same Handrail assemble steps for the right side.
6.
Hardware:
(#39) Hexagon Socket
Head Bolt
4 PCS
(#40) Nylon Locknut
4 PCS
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Allen Wrench
7. Assemble Upper Handrails and Front Post: “R” for right side and “L” for left side.
Insert Plastic Bushings (50) on both sides of the central axis on the Front Post (4). Attach
Washers (51) behind them. Insert the Upper Left/Right Handrails (6L, 6R) onto both sides
of the central axis on the Front Post (4). Tighten them with two Hexagon Socket Head
Bolts (53) and two Washers (18) to the front post by using Allen Wrench until firm and
secure.
Hardware:
(#18) Washer
2 PCS
(#51) Washer
2 PCS
16
(#53) Hexagon Socket
Head Bolt
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
8.
A.
B.
Assemble Foot Pedals: “R” for right side and “L” for left side.
Place the Left Foot Pedal (22L) on top of the Left Foot Bar (9L), align to the bolt hole
with two Carriage Bolts (43) two Washes (46) and two Nylon Locknuts (45) by using
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver.
Repeat the same assemble steps to the Right Foot Bar (9R).
Note: There are four holes on the Left/Right Foot Bars (9L, 9R) for personal foot pedal
adjustment use.
Hardware:
(#43) Carriage Bolt
4 PCS
(#45) Nylon Locknut
4 PCS
17
(#46) Washer
4 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Allen Wrench
9.
A.
B.
Assemble Foot Bars: “R” for right side and “L” for left side.
Insert the U shape bracket (8) at the back of the Left Foot Bar (9L) into the left Crank
(10). Then attach one Wave Washer (70), following with another Washer (71), at the
end lock it with one Hexagon Socket Head Bolt (53). Tighten it by using an Allen
Wrench until firm and secure.
Repeat the same assemble steps on the above for the Right Foot Bar (9R).
Hardware:
(#53) Hexagon Socket
Head Bolt
2 PCS
(#70) Wave Washer
2 PCS
18
(#71) Washer
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips
Screwdriver
Allen Wrench
10. Assemble Handrail Arms: “R” is for right side and “L” is for left side.
A. Place the Left Handrail Arm (7L) into the U shape from Left Foot Bar (9L). Align the
hole then tighten with one Hexagon Socket Head Bolt (41), one Washer (42) and one
Nylon Locknut (44) by using the Allen Wrench and Multi Hex Tool with Phillips
Screwdriver until firm and secure.
B. Repeat the same assemble steps on the above for the Right Handrail Arm (7R).
Hardware:
(#41) Hexagon Socket
Head Bolt
2 PCS
(#42) Washer
2 PCS
19
(#44) Nylon Locknut
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
11. Assemble Front and Rear Decorate Covers for Front Post and Handrail Arm
Covers A/B.
A. Remove two Bolts (69) from the Front and Rear Decorate Covers (13A, 13B) by using
the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver.
B. Place the Front and Rear Decorate Covers (13A, 13B) on to the Front Post (4) tighten
them with two Bolts (69) that were removed by using the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips
Screwdriver until firm and secure.
C. Attach Handrail Arm Covers A/B (58A, 58B) on to Upper Left Handrail (6L). Make
sure the protruding side of the cover is facing to the Front Post (4). Tighten them
with two Round Head Self Tapping Screws (59) by using the Multi Hex Tool with
Phillips Screwdriver until firm and secure.
D. Repeat the same assemble steps on the above for the other Handrail Arm Covers A/B
(58A, 58B) to the Upper Right Handrail (6R).
Hardware:
(#59) Round Head Self
Tapping Screw
4 PCS
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
12. Assemble U Shape Bracket Covers.
A. Place the U Shape Bracket Covers A/B (97A, 97B) around the U Shape Brackets (8).
Make sure the side with holes is facing the Crank (10). Tight them with four Round
Head Self Tapping Screws (59) by using the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
until firm and secure.
Hardware:
(#59) Round Head Self
Tapping Screw
4 PCS
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
13. Assemble Foot Bar Covers A/B.
A. Place the Foot Bar Covers-A/B (75A, 75B) around the Left/Right Foot Bars (9L, 9R).
Make sure the side with holes on the Foot Bar Covers-A/B (75A, 75B) is facing the
Left/Right Foot Bars (9L, 9R). Tight them with two Round Head Self Tapping Screws
(59) by using the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver until firm and secure.
Hardware:
(#59) Round Head Self
Tapping Screw
2 PCS
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2
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
14. Bottle Holder Installation.
Remove two Bolts (33) on the Front Post (4). Attach the Bottle Holder (101) onto the
Front Post (4), then tighten them with two Bolts (33) that were removed by using the
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver until firm and secure.
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ASSEMBLY
15. Adaptor Installation.
Plug one end of the Adaptor (100) into the power jack of the Power Supply Cable (99) on
the back of the Right Cover (21R). Before plugging in, make sure to check carefully the
specifications on the Adaptor. Plug the other end of the Adaptor (100) into the electrical
wall outlet.
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COMPUTER
I. Display:
1. The field is an individual LCD displaying:
TIME, RPM\SPEED, DISTANCE, WATT\CALORIES, PULSE, USER.
2. Dot matrix display:
● The LCD screen will have a single dot matrix display with 8 rows and 16 columns.
● This dot matrix will be used to display the in work profile for the active program.
II. Modes:
1. POWER Mode: When you plug in the machine, the console will beep, and the full
screen will go into select User Profile (U0~U4) 5 profiles can be saved. (As Fig-1, Fig
-2)
2. SLEEP Mode: The computer detects RPM signals, after 4 minutes of inactivity; it will
automatically enter Sleep Mode. Pedal the machine to start, or press any key to
awaken the console.
Fig - 1
Fig - 2
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COMPUTER
III. USER Operation instructions (U0~U4):
Select USER 0, USER 1, USER2, USER 3, USER 4:
The message reads “U0” until a selection is made. By pressing ▲ or ▼ button to
choose from “U0 ~U4”.
1. Press ENTER button to accept “U0~U4”.
the SEX (FEMALE/MALE).
2. Press ENTER button to accept SEX.
AGE value.
3. Press ENTER button to accept AGE.
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
HEIGHT (H.t) value.
4. Press ENTER button to accept HEIGHT.
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
WEIGHT (W.t) value.
5. Press ENTER button to accept WEIGHT, and into choose program
instructions.
SEX
AGE
HEIGHT
WEIGHT
IV. Program operation instructions:
Press the ▲ or ▼ button to select a program at the top of the screen and press Enter :
MANUAL→PROGRAM→FITNESS→WATT→PERSONAL→H.R.C. →RANDOM
1. Press ENTER button to accept MANUAL
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the LEVEL(1-24).
Press ENTER button to accept LEVEL. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
TIME value.
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
CALORIES value.
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COMPUTER
2. Press ENTER button to accept PROGRAM
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the P1-P12
Press ENTER button to accept program. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust
the Profile .
Press ENTER button to accept LEVEL. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust
the TIME value.
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to
adjust the CALORIES value
3. Press ENTER button to accept FITNESS
Press the START/STOP button and started testing, and the test time is 8 minutes.
The results as follows:
Figure
State
F1
VERY GOOD
F2
GOOD
F3
FAIR
F4
POOR
F5
VERY POOR
4. Press ENTER button to accept WATT
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the TIME value.
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to
adjust the CALORIES value.
5. Press ENTER button to accept PERSONAL, and set user-defined exercise program.
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the first columns LEVEL (1-24).
Press ENTER button to accept level, and into next columns level.
Press ENTER button for 3 seconds is save this user-defined the program, and into set the
target TIME.
Pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the TIME value.
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COMPUTER
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust
the CALORIES value.
6. Press ENTER button to accept H.R.C. (55%, 75%, 90%, Tag)
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to choose the 55%, 75%, 90% and Tag
(1). Choose the 55%, 75% or 90% , Press ENTER button to accept the mode and
into set the target TIME.
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the TIME value.
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to
adjust the CALORIES value.
(2). Choose the Tag, Press ENTER button to accept the mode and into set the target
Heart.
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the Heart value, Press ENTER button to
accept Heart.
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the TIME value.
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to
adjust the CALORIES value.
7. Press ENTER button to accept RANDOM
By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the TIME value.
Press ENTER button to accept TIME. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust the
DISTANCE value.
Press ENTER button to accept DISTANCE. By pressing the ▲ or ▼ button to adjust
the CALORIES value.
V. Key Functions:
1. START/STOP button:
(1). Press this button to start workout in any sport mode;
(2). During exercising, press this key to pause the workout, then press this key to go on
to exercise.
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2. ENTER button:
To confirm set value and enter into the next set value.
3. ▲ and ▼ button:
(1). Used to change SEX, AGE, HEIGHT, WEIGHT, TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES,
TARGET HRC and LEVEL;
(2). Work level can be changed during a workout.
4. RESET button:
(1). Set in USERS state, press the button to return to select the USER mode.
(2). Set in Program state, press the button to return to the initial state of choose program.
(3). Press and hold this button for three seconds for Total Reset (go to Power Up Mode).
VI. Functions View:
Item
Windows
Display Rang
Stored
1
SEX
MALE/ FEM
Yes
2
AGE
10-100
Yes
3
WEIGHT
20-330 (Lb)
10-150 (KG)
Yes
4
HEIGHT
36-84 (INCH)
90-210 (CM)
Yes
5
TIME
0:00-99:59
No
6
DISTANCE
0.0-99.99
No
7
CALORIES
0-999
No
8
SPEED
0.0-99.9
No
9
PULSE
60-200 bpm
No
10
RPM
0-250 rpm
No
11
BRAKE RESISTANCE LEVEL L1-L24
12
USER
U0-U4
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No
Yes
COMPUTER
VII. Pre-defined program profile:
● MANUAL
● PROGRAM
● FITNESS
● WATT
● PERSONAL
● H.R.C.
● RANDOM
Program Profile for the P1~P12 Program
● P1
● P2
● P3
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COMPUTER
● P4
● P5
● P6
● P7
● P8
● P9
● P10
● P11
● P12
Program Profile for the H.R.C. (55%, 75%, 90%, Tag) Program
●HRC (55%)
●HRC (75%)
●HRC (Tag)
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●HRC (90%)
ADJUSTMENT
Rear Stabilizer End Cap
Adjusting the Rear Stabilizer End Cap
Turn the rear stabilizer end cap on the rear stabilizer as needed to level the elliptical.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING &MAINTENANCE
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM: The elliptical wobbles when in use.
SOLUTION: Turn the rear stabilizer end cap on the rear stabilizer as needed to
level the elliptical.
PROBLEM: There is no display on the computer console.
SOLUTION: Remove the computer console and verify the wires that come from the
computer console are properly connected to the wires that come from the front
post.
PROBLEM: There is no heart rate reading or there is erratic / inconsistent reading.
SOLUTION: Make sure that the wire connections for the hand pulse sensors are
secure.
SOLUTION: To ensure the pulse readout is more precise, always hold on to the
handlebar grip sensors with two hands instead of just with one hand only.
SOLUTION: Avoid gripping the hand pulse sensors too tight. Try to maintain
moderate pressure while holding onto the hand pulse sensors.
PROBLEM: The elliptical makes a squeaking noise when in use.
SOLUTION: The bolts may be loose on the elliptical. Please inspect all of the
bolts and tighten any loose bolts.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
The elliptical can be cleaned with a soft cloth and mild detergent. Do not use
abrasives or solvents on plastic parts. Please wipe your perspiration off the
elliptical after each use. Be careful not get excessive moisture on the computer
display panel as this might cause an electrical hazard or electronics to fail.
Please keep the elliptical, especially, the computer console out of direct sunlight
to prevent screen damage.
Please inspect all assembly bolts and pedals on the machine for proper tightness
every week.
Storage
Store the elliptical in a clean and dry environment away from children.
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WARM UP
Quadriceps Stretch
With one hand against a wall for balance, reach behind
you and pull your right foot up. Bring your heel as close
to your buttocks as possible. Hold for 15 counts and
repeat with left foot up.
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 10
counts.
Toe Touches
Slowly bend forward from your waist, letting you back and
shoulders relax as you stretch toward your toes. Reach
down as far as you can and hold for 15 counts.
Hamstring Stretches
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.
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WARRANTY
MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED WARRANTY
Paradigm Health & Wellness warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free from
defects in material and workmanship when used for the purpose intended, under the conditions
that it has been installed and operated in accordance with Paradigm’s Owner’s Manual. Paradigm’s
obligation under this warranty applies to the following:
COMPONENT
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
Structural Frame
1 year
All Other Components
90 days
(computer display, electronics, upholstery, foam, ball bearings, pulleys, belts, cables, wires,
shocks, covers, tension, internal mechanism, wheels, pedals, knobs, accessories and hardware)
Exclusions from Warranty Coverage:
Paradigm does not warrant against and is not responsible for, and no implied warranty shall be deemed to cover, any product failure,
product malfunction, or damages attributable to:
1. Improper installation and/or failure to abide by Paradigm’s installation guidelines;
2. Use of this product beyond normal home use, or in an application for which it was not designed;
3. Cosmetic items such as scratches, dents or discolorations;
4. Damage caused by normal wear and tear, vandalism, accidental or by animals;
5. Any act of Nature (such as fire, flooding, snow, ice, hurricane, earthquake, lightning or other natural disaster), environmental
condition (such as air pollution, mold, mildew, etc.), or staining from foreign substances (such as dirt, grease, oil, etc.);
6. Normal weathering due to exposure to sunlight, weather and atmosphere which can cause colored surfaces to, among other
things, flake, chalk, accumulate dirt or stains.
7. Improper operation, alteration, handling, storage, abuse or neglect of the products.
Paradigm, using its sole discretion, will either repair or replace free of charge any part(s) proven to
be defective under normal home use.
Any repair or replacement shall provide no new warranty
coverage, but shall retain only the remaining portion of
the original product’s warranty. This warranty is offered only to the original purchaser and is not
transferable.
Proof of original purchase is required.
Ordering Replacement Parts
Replacement parts can be ordered by emailing our customer service department:
Service@paradigmhw.com
Open Daily 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST).
When ordering replacement parts please have the following information ready:
1. Owner’s Manual
2. Model Number
3. Description of Parts
4. Part Number
5. Date of Purchase
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PART REQUEST FORM
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
EMAIL THIS FORM WITH YOUR RECIEPT OF PURCHASE TO
Service@paradigmhw.com *
NAME: ________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________
CITY ______________ STATE ______________ ZIP ___________________
TELEPHONE:
(Day) ____________________________________________
(Night) ________________________________________
SERIAL#: ______________________________________________________
MODEL#: ______________________________________________________
PURCHASE DATE: ______________________________________________
PLACE OF PURCHASE: __________________________________________
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY
“YOUR ORDER WILL BE PROCESSED WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS”
* This form can also be faxed to #: 626-810-2166
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