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Mtl00A
Mtl50A
Congratulationson the purchaseof your new motorizedtreadmill.To help ensure the enjoyableand troublefree operationof your new treadmill,we stronglysuggestyou read this manual carefullyand follow its recommendations.
I lmpoftantSafetyInstruction...........1 | PresetProgram
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I Assembly
2
Instruction
I Utiliztion
I ConsoleOperation
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IMaintenance
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INSTRUCTION$
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
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- To reduce fre risk of electical shock. always
EIl
unplugthis appliancefrom the electical outet immediatelyafrer using
andbeforecleaning.
a Usethis applianceonlyfor ib intendeduseas describedin lhis manual.
a Do not useattadrmentsnot recommendd by the manufacfurer.
a To disconnecl,tum all the controlsto the off position,then rernovehe
plugfromthe outlet.
a Conne6{this applianceto a propergroundedoutet only.
SeeGroundingInstruc{ions.
a Thisaooliance
is intended
for household
use.
a Whenyouare notgoingto useyourUeadmill,or lvhenfinished,please
removehe safutykeyfrcm the console.Thenalwaysplacethe safety
key\,vfierechildrencan not reach.
a Do not useoutdoors.
a Alwaysunplugthe treadmillfromthe outletimmediatelyafrerusing,
beforecleaning,assemblingor servicing.
a Neverleavetreadmillunattendedwhenpluggedin. Disconnec't
by
tumingoffthe masterpo^/erswitchand unplugfromthe oufet.
. Neveroperaiethis beadmillif it hasanydamageto the leador plug.
Also if it is not opeEtingconec{y,hasbeendropped,damagedor if it
hasbeenexoosedto water.
a Do notoperaiewhereaero€olprcduc'tsare beingusedor where
oxygenis beingadministered.
a Don'tpullthe treadmillby its po\,t/ercordor uselhe cordas a hardle.
a Keepdose supervisionif the teadm l is beingusedby or near
d|ildren,personswithdisabilitiesor pets.
a Keepdry Do not operatethistreadmillin wet or moistconditions.
a Neverinsertanyobjeclsintoany openings.
a To preventinjuries,alwayswarm up your musclesbeforeusingthe
treadmill.
a Alwaysattachthe dip of the safetykeyto yourclothingbeforeinserting
safetykey.Pleasealwayswear safetykey in caseof an accident.
a MAXuserweight Pleasereferto the maximumuserweight
informationon the treadmillbebre usino.
a Keepunpluggedand havethe safetykeyout of readr of drildren,when
not in useto oreventaccidents.
a Keepeleclricalmd awayfom heatedsurfaces.
a Keephandsclearof all movingparb. Neverplacehandsor feet under
thetreadmill.
a Eachtimeyou usethe treadmill,checkthatthe runningbeltis aligned
and centeredon he treadmillbaseand allvisiblefastenerson lhe
feadm l are sufficientytightenedand sec1lred.
a Be surethatthe areaaroundthe treadmillremainsdear dudnguseand
hasadequatedearance.Keepthe treadmillon a solid,le\relsurhce.
At leastI 000 mn/2 feetfiom anywall on eitherside.
NOTEr
Failureto follow this insfudion may lead b personalinjuryor injuryb
others.lt couldalso causedamageto lhe feadmill. To reducehe rbk ol
theseinstrudbns.
bums,fireor electricshock.pleasefollov',/
INSTRUGTIONS
ELECTRIGAL
GROUNDING
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to rcducethe riskof electicalshock.Thisteadmill is equippedwift a
cordhavingequipmentgounding conneciorand a groundingplug.The
plugmustbe pluggedintoan appropriateoudetthat is properlyinstalled
and groundedin accordancewilh all localcodesand ordinances.
ADANGER
lmproperconneclionof the feadmill groundingconnectorcan resultin
the riskof electicalshock.Checkwih a qualifiedelectician,if you are in
doubtas to whetherlhe productis properlygrcunded.Don'tmodirythe
plugprovidedwih the teadmill. lf it wont fit your outlet havea Fopedy
groundedoufet installedby a qualifedelecfician.
Pleasepayattention,the powercableneedsstric{yan indMdualpower
source.lt can not usethe samepowersupplywih anyotherequipment.
the feadmill andthe wall outlet.
Neveruseexbnsion cotdsbet\,\,een
fthere is any damageto the cables,pleasecontad the servicecenter
Partsshouldbe replacedby an autprized tecinician.
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methods
Grounding
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AWARI{ING
Afrerunpackingthe fitnessequipment,examineit carefullyfor possibiedamage.lf tl6rs is any damageor th€r€are missingparb, pleasecontad
lrourretaileror an auhorizedrepairfacilityfor assistan@.
1. Sinceyourtr€admillis a heavypiec6of €quipment,w€ recommendth€ afiertakingofihe top portionof lhe box;lou slitft€ mm€rs of th€
lowercartcnand folddownthe sides.This will eliminabthe needto pickup the t€admill overfne sidesof h€ box.
2. Priortc sbrting he assemblyprocesstake all he partsout of he box,romoveall plasticbags,andthen lay hem out on he ffoorto become
familiarwih the components.Makesurethat you remov€all parb packagodundern€athfle b€admill.Youmay needb slighuypickup he
backof the treadmillto get batteraccessb the parb on lh6 bottom.Youwill notce thathe t€adm l is complgtslyassambledexceptfor he
handlebarsand he displaywindov.( See FlG.1of nelt page)
Parts
1 .Frarne
Support
@ - left
Suppoilpost- right
4. Consde
CorndeGhandlebar
set
LockirEla|obturfoHing
7.SaUyl(ey
8.PCBcablemildh
Handoulsecablebr€r
10.rcB cableupper
11.l-landpise cableupper
12.rcB cablemkidle
1 a rcB cablelower
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7 Hardware
Screws already in place on the treadmill:
M8-701(4PCS)
M8',7ot(4PCS)
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Screws in the plastic bag:
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Tools:
M8',701(4PCS)
Ms(1Pcs)
lM6(1PCS)
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1. Carefully
lift(asshownabove)theframe(1)fromthe rear.
Removehandlebars(5) firstthen removethe
styrofoamfrom underneath.
2. Lowerthe framecarefully.
3. Remove4 screws(A)fromthe left and rightof the base
frame.
4. Raisethe leftandrightsupportbars(2 & 3) to the upright
Dosition.
5. Refitthe screws(A) but do not tightenyet.
1. Fitthecomplete
(5)ontothesupportbars(2
handlebars
& 3).
Connectthe PCB middlecables(12) together,connect
PCB cableslower(13) and placecablesintothe tube.
2. Securethe handlebarset to the supportbars with the
screws (C) x 4 as shown above.
3. Tighten the screws (A) of the base frame.
4. Remove the screws (B) from the back of the console.
5. ConnectPCB cable middle(8) and PCB cable upper(10).
6. Connecthand pulsecable lower(9) and hand pulsecable
upper(11).
7. Fit console to console bracket and tighten the screws (B).
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Button descri
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Dbplry : Theconsole One(1)laqeLCD
windo6 fordata.
wih FVe(5)separate
START/ STOP:
he teadmill.
ftis will'START'
he teadmillandhis will"STOP'
KEY).
"STOP'suit*r
he (SAFETY
ThereisalsoanEmergency
Ha:
Time: 08:BB
Dishnce
: 88BE
Cal: 8888
Lap/Pulse:8BB
Speed: 8S.8
SPEEDup ,\:
modebebrcstarting.
Thiswillselectprwramandlevelinsetting
thespeedinincremenb
of0.'lkrdhor0.1mph.
Thiswillincrease
v :
SPEED
'Tlis .lownprogram
sbrting.
modebefore
willselec{
andlevelinsetting
hespeedin incremenb
of0.1knvhor0.1mph.
Thiswilldeqease
MODE:
program
andlevelselec{ions.
Thiswillaccept
duringyourexercise.
Thiswillswitdrdisplay
LAPorPULSE
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Introduction :
Tostartbeadmill,
firstensurepowercordis pluggedin,he powerswildl
is tumedtotre "ON"poGition
(nothe
andhen standonhe side-rails
runningdeck)Thenattadlhe "safetyKey''to yourclothingandhen to
theconsoleThe.treadmill
hasone(1)manual
andfive(S)pres€tprograms
(p1- p5).
Eadrpresetprogramhashree (3)differentlevelsfortre usertd ciroosd
fiom.Whilerunningin thepresetprograms,
thetreadmillautomatically
changesthespeed.Howeveryoucanstillchangethespeedmanuallyat
anytimeyoudesire.
Ouick Start :
Whenthemainpo/verswitchis in the"ON"positionandhe 'safetyKey'is insertedintr he console,Utemonitofwindovwi
displaya
flashing"0:00'Pressthe"START'buttonto begininthe,,Manual
Mode;.
Plogram Operation I
Afteryouhavetumedonfte power,inseded"safetyKey'he monitorwilldisplayO:00on allhe separabLCDwindo^/s.
1.seleclPrograms:
Press" ^ " or " \r " ano/vsto do6se fom tre progranisFt - ps. rhen pred he floDi brtd'.
2. Sethe level:Press" /\ " or " v " arTows
tochoosefromtre worlioutlevelyoudesire.'Ttreirpresst'reffiD€" b(,to".
3. Setlime: Choosehowlongyouwanttoworkgutfor bypregsingle ' ^ ' or " w " anonr.Ai prograns*ff O"AuftO m nirty
1SO1
minutesif noadjustrnent
is made.Oncecompleted,
pressthe.START'buttontrcbegin),our,r;fi;n
The Pause Function :
Y€u,c€J]
qgse yourbeadmillat anytimeduringyourworkoutbypressing
tle ISTOF'hrtm once.Toresurneyourvrorkoutjust
press
the"START'button.
The Reset Func{ion :
v:!t Ygrkoutprogramandthetimeby holdinghe 1STOFtuton fcr a bv secondsuntitt]e programwindowdisptays
.Y:*?ll"-T_t
u:w . Repeatlhe above
stepsb resetyourdesiredprogram,
levelandwort(ojttjme.
NOTE:
1. Whenhe Amer€€& W:59or 0o:o0,o settesof beqpswi/,so und,aN hsltlr fve (5)s*ot45 aN th91rthe mffir witt
stop.
2. when the "safeV Key" is pulledout in arry situafionttrc motorwitt stop inndiatilyaro ur"
a ral b lhemanual
seftings.
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3. fhe.ghPhicaof ttE wotl|(c/utrr{,fitesarc pinfud on Arc corcote.Eadt ov€'attwwr@uttin e will be JPf,menw into (10)
En
s@tions.Segm€,nt
lime = ov*all workoutlime/ 10,
e.g.: It ovenll wwt@utrimeis sd at En (10)mi rtes,the@ch s€{/m€'ntwitt
b one(1) ninute fE|ch.
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Button descri,
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START / STOP :
this will'START'he beadmillandhis will'STOp'tre treadmill.
Thereis alsoan Emergency
"STOP"s$/ttdrfie (SAFETYKEn.
Dlsplay : Theconsole
isOne(1)largeLCD
witr Five(5)separate
windor/sfordata.
Data !
SPEEDup l:
Thiswillselec{programandlevelin settingrnodebeforestarting.
Thiswillin$easehe speedin incremenb-of
0_1km/hor 0.1moi.
IIME: BB:dU
Distance: 988,8
Cal: EBBB
Lap/Pulse:888
Speed: 8S.B
Indine: Be
SPEEDdqvn rr :
ltris willselec{programandlevelin settingmodebeforesbrling.
Thiswilldecrease
thespeedin inqemerGof 0.1 km/hor 0.1 m;h.
INGLI E up ,\ !
Thiswillseledprogramandlevelinsettingmodebeiorestarting.
Thiswillinseasehe elevation
in incremenbofone(1).
INCLI Edoyynv:
Thiswllseleclprqram andlevelin setingmodebefotestrarting.
Thiswilldeseasehe elevatonin incremenbofone(1).
MODE:
Thiswillacceptprogramandlevelselections.
ThiswillswitdtdisplayLAPor PULSEon datawindoivduringyourexercise.
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Intloduc-tion :
Tostartteadmill,firstensurepowercordis pluggedin,he powers,vitdr
istumedto he "ON"positionandthenstandonthesiderails(nothe
runningdeck)Thenatbchhe 'SafetyKey''toyourdothingandhen b
theconsole.
Thefeadmillhasone(1) manualandfve (5)presetprograms(P1- P5).
Eachpresetprogramhashree (3)difierentlevelsforhe userb dDose
fom. \Mile runninginthepresetprogErns,tle feadmillautomatically
changeshe speedor indine.l-louever)ou cans1i[dEngetle speedor
indinemanually
at anylimeycudesie.
Quic{<Start :
\Menhe mainpo,ver
into$e console,
themonitor
switchisinthe"ON"position
andhe 'SafetyKey'is inserted
windorv
willdisplay
"0:00". Presshe'START'bufron
flashing
Mode".
tobegininthe"Manual
Prcgram Opelation :
'SafetyKe/ he monitor
Afreryouhavetumedonhe power,
willdisplay
0:00onalltheseparate
LCDwindo/s
inserted
programs. P5= HRCprogram.
P1-P2 = speedprograms. P3- P4= indine
Selec.tSpeedor Incline pogram (Pl - P4):
1.SelectPrwram:Press' /\ " or'v " anowstc doosefromhe prwramsP1- P5.Thenpresshe 'Mo[)F buton.
2.SetLevel:Press' .r\ " or" v ' arowstodroosehe workout
levelyoudesire.
Thenpre6s
the'ilODF hren.
'
3.SetTlme:Choose
ifm
hofflongyouwanttoworkout
bypressing,\ " of" v " anows.
Allprograrns
willd€frultb hify (30)minut€s
presstte "START'
tc beginhe workout.
adjustrnenb
aremade.Oncecomplete,
button
Select HRCprogram :
prwram:
program
1.Selec{
P€ssSpeed' ,\"or"v " arowstochoose
untilP5
b sho{nm f'e di$ay.
Thenpress
he "MODE'
butbn.
2.Selec{
Age:PressSpeed" ,t " or" v " arowstoentertheusersage.TlrcnpresstheXIODEbufron.
3.SetTarget
HeartRate:PressSpeed' ,\ " or'\t ' ano\rsic sethe targetl-banRab.Tl|enpresshe "MODEbutton.
period,
Aftera warm-up
theprogram
wjllautomatically
adjust
tre speedb mahbinthehrgetHeartRate(Range
60- 180bpm).
4. SetTargetMax.Speed:PressSpeed" ,r. " or " v 'aro^6 b sett reh|gE{[raxspeed.Thespeedwillnotinqeaseor'erthemax.
speedevenhoughpulsehasnoteachedhe targetHeartRateyel
5.Enterprogram
tirne:PressSpeed" ,\ " or" v " anor/stiJenbrtf|eptogram
lvorkout
time.Thenpresshe 'START'butbn.
The PauseFunc{lon:
justpress
your.wofkout
Youcanpauseyourteadmillatanylimeduring
he "ISTOP"
bypressing
butbnonce.Toresurne
)ourworkout
tre "START'
button.
The Reset Function:
program
Youcanre€etyourworkout
he 'STOFbutonfora fewseconds
untilhe program
windorr
disphys
andthetimebyholding
'0:00'.Repeat
program,
he abovestep6tc resetyourdesired
levelandworkout
time.
NOTE
1.Whfithetlmet€€lds99;590/00.'00,oseriesofbeepswitlsoud,a''dlaslforfrve(5)s€6,ondsandthq,tl?€noffw,sbp.
2, Whanthe'SafdyKey"E ptl/€dwt in atrysitualionthemow wiI s@ immdiaw andffies]rsfe|lris rese{b It7€mamnl
sellings.
3. me graphics
d Utewoe.rtD'ofi/€sarca''nlbdon lhewrsole. Eachov*a vto'l{p/.rt(newiv
b sc{/nwtffi lnfute't(10)
secabrs,
Segnentfi?re= ovffiI wo*outtime/ 10.
eg. : lf otffill wod(p/ut
line is setat t$ (10)minuf'€s,
the@chsegmentwi!€on€(1)minutb€€,ch.
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Eachprogram
isdMdedintoten(10)segmenb
andhashree(3)ditrerent
levels.
Thepre6et
workout
timeishirty(30)minutes.
km/h Speed program
P1
P2
P3
L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1
1 1 . 5 2.5 3.5 1 2 3 1
2 2 3 4 6 7 8 3
3 2.5 3.5 4.5 1 2 3 4
4 3 4 5 6 7 8 5
5 3 . 5 4.5 5.5 1 2 3 6
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3 4 5 6 7 I
5
7 2.5 3.5 4.5 1 2 3 4
8 2.5 3 . 5 4.5 6 7 8 3
9 1 . 5 2.5 3.5 1 2 3 3
1 0 1 . 5 2.5 3.5 1 2 3 1
P4
L2 L3
2 3
4 5
5 6
6 7
7 8
6 7
5 6
4 5
4 5
2
3
P5
L 1 L2 L3 L1
2 3 4 1
2 3 4 3
6 7 8 4
6 7 8 5
4 5 6 6
4 5 6 6
3 4 5 5
3 4 5 5
1 2 3 2
1 2 3 2
L2 L3
2 3
4. 5
5 6
6 7
7 I
7 8
6 7
6 7
3 4
3 4
MPH Speed program
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
L 1 L2 L3 L 1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
1 0.9 1 . 5 2.1 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 1 . 2 1 . 8 2.4 0 . 6 1 . 2 1 . 8
2 1 . 2 1 . 8 2.4 3.7 4.3 4.9 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 1.2 1 . 8 2.4 1 . 8 2.4 3.0
3 1 . 52.1 2.7 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 2.5 3.1 3.7 3.7 4.3 4.9 2.5 3.1 3.7
4 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 3.7 4.3 4.9 3.1 3.7 4.3 3.7 4.3 4.9 3 . 1 3.7 4.3
5 2.1 2.7 3.3 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 3.7 4.3 7.9 2.5 3.1 3.7 3.7 4.3 4.9
6 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 3 . 7 4.3 4.9 3 . 1 3.7 4.3 2.5 3 . 1 3.7 3.7 4.3 4.9
7 1 . 5 2.1 2.7 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 2.5 3 . 1 3.7 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 3 . 1 3.7 4.3
8 1 . 5 2.1 2.7 3.7 4.3 4.9 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 3.1 3.7 4.3
I 0.9 1 . 5 2.1 0 . 6 1 . 2 1 . 8 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 1 . 2 1 . 8 2.4
1 0 0.9 1 . 5 2.1 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 0 . 6 1 . 2 1 . 8 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8 1 . 2 1 . 82.4
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EachprwramisdMdedintoten(10)segmenb
levels.
Thepreset
andhasthree(3)different
workout
timeistrirty(30)minutes.
Incline program
km/h $peed program
P1
P2
L1 L2 L3 L{
1 1 . 5 2.5 3.5 1
2 2 3 4 6
3 2.5 3.5 4.5 1
4 3 4 5 6
5 3.5 4.5 5.5 1
6 3 4 5 6
7 2.5 3.5 4.5 1
8 2.5 3.5 4.5 6
I 1 . 5 2.5 3.5 1
1 0 1 . 5 2.5 3.5 1
L2 L3
2 3
7
2
8
3
8
3
7
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3
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2
7
7
2
2
MPH Speed program
P1
P2
L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
1 0.9 1 . 5 2 . 1 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8
2 1 . 2 1 . 8 2.4 3.7 4.3 4.9
3 1 . 52 . 1 2.7 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8
4 1 . 82.4 3.0 3.7 4.3 4.9
5 2 . 1 2.7 3.3 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8
6 1 . 8 2.4 3.0 3.7 4.3 4.9
7 1 . 52.1 2.7 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8
8 1 . 5 2 . 1 2.7 3.7 4.3 4.9
I 0.9 1 . 5 2 . 1 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8
1 0 0.9 1 . 5 2 . 1 0.6 1 . 2 1 . 8
P3
L1
1
3
4
5
6
5
4
3
3
1
P4
L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
2 3 1 2 3
4 5 1 2 3.
5
6
7
6
5
4
4
2
6
7
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7
6
5
5
3
6
6
5
5
3
3
1
1
7
7
6
6
4
4
2
2
8
8
7
7
5
5
3
3
lncline program
P3
P4
L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
1 2 3 1 2 3
3 4 5 1 2 3
4 5 6 6 7 8
5 6 7 6 7 I
6 7 8 5 6 7
5 6 7 5 6 7
4 5 6 3 4
5
3 4 5 3 4 5
3 4 5 1 2 3
1 2 3 1 2 3
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bebre
using
thefullowing
carefully
a Alwaysstretchyourmusclesbeforecommencinglhe exercise
program.Warmup slolvlyby walkingat a slowspeed.lnqease
workoutintensitygraduallyuntilyou reachyourdesiredworkout
pace.Decreaseworkoutintensitygraduallyb an easywalk.
Allowyourheartrateto decreaseb a normalsitralion.
a Whenstarlingthe treadmill,alwaysstandwih boh feet on the
stepon the side rails.
a Vvhenfinishing,allowhe runningbeltto dow downand cometo
a completestop beforesteppingoff.
a Wearmmfortablenonrestic'tiveclothingwhenusingthe
treadmill.Neverwearanyhing loose,sudl as baggysweat
pants,necklaces,loosesocksor jewelry Neverdrapetowelson
or aroundthetreadmill
duringuse.
. Alwaysusethe handrailwhensteppingon or ofi he headmill
andwhenchanginginclineor speed.
a Thisteadmill is equippedwih a safetykey-Atr\,ayscliphe
cod attachedto lhe safetykeyto a partof yourclohing so he
safetykeywjll properlydehch fromthe mmputer@nsole,
thereforestoppingthe treadmill.
a Wearrunningor walkingshoeswih hightractionsoles.To avoid
injuryand unnecessarywearon yourfeadmill, be sureyour
shoesare free of anydebrissuchas gravelor smallrocks.
A,WARI{ING
lf youfeeldizy, nausea,chestpainor otrer abnormalsymptoms,
6TOP immediately.
Consulta physicianbeforecontinuinguse.
Befure
completing
anexercise
session
always
Attheendofweryexercise
session
1.Allov/timeb dow your pace,cooldown,rcduce)/ourhearrate
to a normallevelbeforecompletingyourworkout.
2. Graspthe handlebarsand pressthe speed" v " buton. Slo\r/
yourpaceto an easywalk,
3. Ensurethe runningbelthascometo a completestop before
exitingthetreadmill.
'1.Removethe safetykeyfromthe console.
2. use the masterDo,verswit$ to tJm lhe teadmill ofi.The masbr
pou/erswitchis locatedon tile right+andsideof he ftame,next
to the electricalmrd.
3.Alwayspositionand storethe ele(fical cod whereit is dear of
all pahways.
4. Unplugthe electicalcod forn t|e ot-l0etThis is especially
imporbntif you are not gorE to useyourteadmill icr exbnded
time period.
5. Wpe all feadmill surfaceswilh a dry doh or bwd especially
perspirationon the handlebars,conbolpanel,runningbehor any
otherfeadmill comDonenb.
AWARNING
Tum off and undug the treadmillbefore proceedingwith any
maintenanceor visualinsoec{ions.Failureb do so mav €sult in
seriousinjury.
NOTE: Fallur€ to perbrm this requircd pedodic and
prcrentaffve maintenance can nold tbur warranty
alYuays
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TGeneral cleani
1. Beforeproceeding,ensurethatlhe treadmillpoweris off and
lhat it is unpluggedfiom the electicalouflet.
2. Removedust,usea smallvacuumnozle b carefullyvacuum
aroundallvisualcomponenb.
3. To removefilm or dirt usea slighty damprag witha mild
cleaningagentonly.
4. Be carefulnotto immerseanyfeadmill componentswithany
liouids.
/CWning
In spelcling fastenerc and cables1l
Checkthat all fastenersare properlytightenedand all cablesare
securelyin place.Toavoiddamagingfustenersdo not overtighlen.
Sbre )/ourfeadmill in a dean and dryenvironment.
Ensurethe
masterpower switchis off and is unplugged
fiom he electrical
outet.
anA inspeding flie running bdt
Tum off the powerand unplugftom the eleciricalouflet.Caretully
positionhe lreadmillon ib side. Usea dampclolhto wipe offthe
insideof the runningbelt.Caretullyrohte he runningbeltby hand
to clean the enlire insidesurface.Retumtreadm l to ib upright
position.lf runningbelt edge is hayed, $eck he runningbelts
alignment.lf seams are splitting,call your retailer or nearest
authorizedservicecenter.
Aligning therunning belt
Ensurethe runningbelt is centeredon your treadmillat all times.
Runningstyleand a nonlevel surfuceare two instancesthat rnay
causet|e befito dffi off center.Minoradjustrnenbto the two bolts
at he rearofthe treadmilla|e necessarywhenthe belthasdrifred
of center
1. Press"SIARr to beginrunningbelt,then increasethe
tseadmillsspeedto 5 knvh(3mph).
2. Standat he rearof the lreadmillb detorminewhichdireciionthe
beltis driftng.
3. lf the beftdrifrsto he left,tum the tefradjustrnentboltwitht6
wrencha l/4 ofa tumdockwise.(Flc. C)
4. lf the beltdrifrsto the right,tum the rightadjustnentboftwith*6
lvrencha 1/4of a tum dod$,ise. (Flc. D)
5. Observetfrehackingof the beltfor about30 seconds.Repeat
previousstepsif needed.
Moving 1l
The treadmillhas been designedand equippedwith wheelsfor
easymobility.Bebre moving,ensurethe masierpowerswitchis in
the "OFF posilionand he powercordis unplugged.Liftthe base
fi'ameof the treadmilland then roll he treadmillto the desired
position.
/ RunningHt lubriation
Whenyou feeltf|e rrise dtp nn*ng beftb bJder, pleaseuse
the siliconspraym the nrmirE bdt [ 'F easy and quick.BeiDre
proce€ding,eftsure f€ EHdmill poi€r is of and unplugged.
Loosenthe runningbdt andthenspraythe siliconon fle innerside
of he runnirEbdt Pleasesee illustration.A,frerspraying,please
alignthe runnirp beltand adjusthe runningbelttension.
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7 roui
A,WARNING
'unfolding
1l
putthe
(0)rever.
#J:tffiilt;,r'"ase
incrine
varue
tozero
Fold up:
Releaseto unfold:
o
1.Raisetheframe.
1.Pullouttheknobforlocking.
1. Lower
theftamewithhandsupport.
1 lold tre frafng
2.Pulloutknobforreleasino.
7 Horizontal adjustment /l
Tostabilizethe treadmillon fte foor, you can adjustthe two screwslocatedunderthe front
of the baseframe.
1.Ln the machineon onesideandhen tumthescrewunderthefont
of the baseframe.
2. Tumthe sqews clockwiseto makeit screwup.
3. Tumthe screwcounterdodeviseto makeit screwdown.
7 Troubte shooting with error codes
The eleclronicsare continuouslyrunningselfchecks.lf it findsan inegularity,the consolewilldisplayan "Eno|,'codeand stopthe
normaloperatjonof the treadmillfor safetypumoses.
Error
Code
Er1
Er2
Er3
Er4
Er5
E16
Er7
Er8
Trouble shooting
Speedsensorenor :
'1. Please
deck if thereis anythingstuckinside.
2. Pleasedeck if he speedsensoris looseor defedive.
3. Pleasecontadyourafier-seMce
center.
Motorconnectionenor :
1.Pleasedeck cableconnedionto motorarenotlooseor damaoed.
2. Pleasecontaciyourafter-seMce
center
PCBpanelcontrolboardandMCBmotor controlboardconneclioneror:
'1.Please
checkallcablesmnnededto he mnsolePCBandmotorcontollerMCBarenotlooseor damaqed.
2. Pleasemntactyourafter-seMce
center.
Conlrollerprotectionenor :
Pleasecontac't
vourafrer-seMce
center.
Motorprotection
enor:
Please
contacl
Vourafter-service
center
Motorcontroller(MCB)proteciionerror :
Pleasemntad vourafier-service
center
Inclineenor(onlyMl150):
Pleasemntac{yourafter-seMce
center
HRCprogramenor (onlyM1150)
:
'1.Please
makesurethathe handsareplaced
onthehandpulsegripsorhe dtestsbapiswom.
(Cheststrapis anoptionalfunc{ion.)
2. Pleasedeck if thewiringofthehandpulsesarcnotlooseor damaged.
3. Pleasecontactvourafter-servi@
@nter
PLEASEREMOVETHESAFETYKEYANDTURNOFFTHEPOWERSWTCH,
TTIENTURNTHEPOWERSV\IITCH
BACKONTOSEEIFTHEERRORCODEHASCLEARED
IFTHEREISSTILLAN ERRORCODEPLEASECONTACT
YOURAFTER-SERVICE
CENTER