U7XE-05 BIKE
SERVICE MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION .................................................................... 1
CHAPTER 2: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1
2.2
Read and Save These Instructions ............................................................................ 3
Electrical Requirements ............................................................................................. 4
CHAPTER 3: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Recommended Cleaning Tips ....................................................................................
Check for Damaged Parts .........................................................................................
Care and Maintenance Instructions ...........................................................................
Touch Screen Care and Cleaning...............................................................................
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5
6
7
CHAPTER 4: CONSOLE OVERLAY AND WORKOUT DESCRIPTION
4.1
4.2
Console Description ................................................................................................... 8
Workout Setup Steps.................................................................................................. 9
CHAPTER 5: MANAGER MODE
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Manager
Manager
Manager
Manager
Manager
Manager
Manager
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Overview ...........................................................................................
- About Tab.........................................................................................
- Time Tab..........................................................................................
- Defaults Tab.....................................................................................
- TV Tab.............................................................................................
- Language Tab..................................................................................
- Other Tab.........................................................................................
CHAPTER 6: ENGINEERING MODE
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
Engineering
CHAPTER 7: SERVICE MODE
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
Service
Service
Service
Service
Service
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Mode
Overview.......................................................................................
- Calibration Tab............................................................................
- Statistics Tab..............................................................................
- Errors Tab...................................................................................
- Clubs Tab....................................................................................
- Club ID Tab.................................................................................
- Other Tab....................................................................................
Overview..............................................................................................
- Setup Tab...........................................................................................
- Test Tab.............................................................................................
- Log Tab..............................................................................................
- Date & Time Tab................................................................................
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11
12
12
13
14
15
16
16
17
17
18
18
19
20
21
22
23
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CHAPTER 8: TROUBLESHOOTING
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.10
8.11
8.12
8.13
Electrical Diagram ....................................................................................................... 24
LCB LED Indicators..................................................................................................... 29
Troubleshooting - Error 04A0 / 0440........................................................................... 30
Troubleshooting - Error 04B0....................................................................................... 32
Troubleshooting - Error 0347....................................................................................... 33
Troubleshooting - Error 03A5 / 03A6........................................................................... 32
Troubleshooting - Error 0248....................................................................................... 33
Troubleshooting - Error 0247....................................................................................... 34
Troubleshooting - Error 02B4 / 03A8 / 02AB / 0441.................................................... 34
Troubleshooting - Error 0149 / 01AF........................................................................... 35
Troubleshooting - Error 01B4....................................................................................... 36
Troubleshooting - No Resistance Issues..................................................................... 37
Troubleshooting - Touch Pad Issues............................................................................ 38
TABLE OF CONTENTS
8.14
8.15
8.16
8.17
8.18
Troubleshooting - Heart Rate Issues........................................................................... 39
TV Troubleshooting - Overview.................................................................................... 40
TV Troubleshooting - Picture Fuzzy or Unclear........................................................... 41
TV Troubleshooting - TV Will Not Turn On.................................................................. 42
TV Troubleshooting - Entertainment Keypad Issues................................................... 43
CHAPTER 9: PART REPLACEMENT GUIDE
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
9.10
9.11
9.12
9.13
9.14
9.15
9.16
9.17
9.18
9.19
9.20
Console Replacement...................................................................................................... 44
Cup Holder Replacement ............................................................................................... 45
Handlebar Replacement ................................................................................................. 46
Handlebar Service............................................................................................................ 47
Console Keypad / Overlay Replacement........................................................................ 48
Pedal Replacement.......................................................................................................... 50
Crank Axle Set Replacement........................................................................................... 51
Front Shrouds Replacement............................................................................................ 52
Side Covers Replacement............................................................................................... 53
Console Mast Replacement............................................................................................ 54
Seat Pad Replacement.................................................................................................... 55
Seat Post Replacement................................................................................................... 56
Lower Control Board Replacement ................................................................................ 57
Battery Replacement....................................................................................................... 58
Drive Belt Replacement................................................................................................... 59
Generator Replacement................................................................................................... 60
Rear Stabilizer Replacement........................................................................................... 61
Front Stabilizer Replacement.......................................................................................... 62
Drive Axle Set Replacement............................................................................................ 63
Testing the Bike................................................................................................................ 67
CHAPTER 10: BIKE SPECIFICATIONS AND ASSEMBLY GUIDE
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4 10.5
U7xe-05 Bike Specifications.......................................................................................
Assembly Instructions ................................................................................................
Adjusting the Pedal Straps and Seat..........................................................................
Leveling the Bike.........................................................................................................
TV Programming Instructions.....................................................................................
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75
76
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CHAPTER 11: SOFTWARE UPGRADE GUIDE
11.1
Software Upgrade Instructions.................................................................................... 82
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CHAPTER 1: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
1.1 SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
FRAME SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
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CHAPTER 1: SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
1.1 SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
CONSOLE SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
SN # PLACEMENT
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CHAPTER 2: IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
To ensure your safety and protect the equipment, read all instructions
before operating the MATRIX U7xe-05 Bike.
To ensure proper use of the Matrix U7xe-05 Bike, make sure that all
users read this manual. Remind the users that before undertaking
any fitness program, they should obtain complete physical
examinations from their physicians. If, at any time while exercising,
the user experiences dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath, nausea
or feels faint, he or she must stop immediately.
CAUTION! If you experience chest pains, nausea, dizziness,
or shortness of breath, stop exercising immediately and consult your physician before continuing.
CAUTION! Any changes or modifications to this equipment
could void the product warranty.
* This bike is only to be used for its intended purpose described in this
manual. Do not use attachments that have not been recommended
by Matrix.
* Never drop or insert objects into any opening. Keep hands away
from moving parts. If the item cannot be reached, contact a Matrix
authorized dealer for assistance.
* Never operate the unit if it is damaged, not working properly, when
it has been dropped, or has been in water.
* Keep hands and feet clear at all times from moving parts to avoid
injury.
* Do not use this product outdoors, near swimming pools or in areas
of high humidity.
* Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or
when oxygen is being administered.
* Do not use this product in bare feet. Do not wear shoes with heels,
leather soles, cleats, or spikes while exercising.
* Do not remove the side covers. Service should only be done by an
authorized service technician.
* Close supervision is necessary when used near children, invalids,
or disabled people.
* When the bike is in use, young children and pets should be kept at
least 3 meters / 10 feet away.
* Assemble and operate the bike on a solid, level surface.
* Never face backward while using the Matrix U7xe-05 Bike.
* Use the stationary handlebars when mounting or dismounting the
bike.
* Do not wear clothing that might catch on any moving parts of this
bike.
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CHAPTER 2: IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
2.2 ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
110 V UNITS
All Matrix 3x, 5x, 7xe and 7xi 110 V bikes require the use of a 100-125 V, 60 Hz and a 15 A
“Dedicated Circuit”, with a non-looped (isolated) neutral/ground for power. This outlet should be a
NEMA 5-15R and have the same configuration as the plug. No adapter should be used with this
product. These bikes can be daisy-chained together with up to 4 units per 15 A dedicated circuit.
Matrix daisy-chain cord adapters are sold separately.
220 V UNITS
All Matrix 3x, 5x, 7xe and 7xi 220 V bikes require the use of a 216-250 V, 50 Hz and a 15 A
“Dedicated Circuit”, with a non-looped (isolated) neutral/ground for power. This outlet should be a
NEMA 6-15R and have the same configuration as the plug. No adapter should be used with this
product. These bikes can be daisy-chained together with up to 4 units per 15 A dedicated circuit.
Matrix daisy-chain cord adapters are sold separately.
110 NEMA 5-15P
PLUG
220 NEMA 6-15P
PLUG
North American power cord plugs shown.
Depending on your country, the plug type may vary.
DEDICATED CIRCUIT AND ELECTRICAL INFO
A “Dedicated Circuit” means that each outlet you plug into should not have anything else running on that same circuit. The easiest way to verify
this is to locate the main circuit breaker box, and turn off the breaker(s) one at a time. Once a breaker has been turned off, the only thing that
should not have power to it are the units in question. No lamps, vending machines, fans, sound systems, or any other item should lose power
when you perform this test. Non-looped (isolated) neutral/grounding means that each circuit must have an individual neutral/ground connection
coming from it, and terminating at an approved earth ground. You cannot “jumper” a single neutral/ground from one circuit to the next.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
For your safety and to ensure good unit performance, the ground on this circuit must be non-looped (isolated). Please refer to NEC article 210-21
and 210-23. Any alterations to the standard power cord provided could void all warranties of this product.
The 3x, 5x and 7xe bikes are designed to be self-powered and do not require an external power supply source to operate. Without an external
power supply, the console’s start-up time may be delayed. Add-on TV’s and other console accessories will increase the time needed for start-up.
An external power supply will ensure power is provided to the console at all times and is recommended when add-on accessories are used.
For units with an integrated TV (like the 7xe and 7xi), the TV power requirements are included in the unit. An RG6 coaxial cable with ‘F Type’
compression fittings on each end will need to be connected to the cardio unit and the video source. Additional power requirements are not
needed for the add-on digital TV (3x and 5x). For units with an add-on PCTV (3x and 5x), the TV power requirements are separate.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
The unit must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce
the risk of electric shock. The unit is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. If the user does
not follow these grounding instructions, the user could void the Matrix limited warranty.
ADDITIONAL ELECTRICAL INFO
In addition to the dedicated circuit requirement, the proper gauge wire must be used from the circuit breaker box, to each outlet that will have
the maximum number of units running off of it. If the distance from the circuit breaker box to each outlet, is 100 ft (30.5 m) or less, then 12
gauge wire should be used. For distances greater than 100 ft (30.5 m) from the circuit breaker box to the outlet, a 10 gauge wire should be
used.
ENERGY SAVING / LOW-POWER MODE
All units are configured with the ability to enter into an energy saving / low-power mode when the unit has not been in use for a specified period
of time. Additional time may be required to fully reactivate this unit once it has entered the low-power mode. This energy saving feature may be
enabled or disabled from within the ‘Manager Mode’ or ‘Engineering Mode.
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CHAPTER 3: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
3.1 RECOMMENDED CLEANING TIPS
In order to maximize life span, and minimize down time, all Matrix Fitness Equipment requires regularly
scheduled cleaning.
YOU WILL NEED:
-
Mild dish soap and water mixture in a spray bottle (10:1 water to soap ratio).
Lint free 100% cotton cleaning cloths or Microfiber cleaning cloths.
Vacuum / Shop Vac with extendable hose and soft brush attachment.
Corrosion Block (available from Matrix - part # ZMS4001374).
DAILY:
1. Wipe down the unit after each use with a mild dish soap and water mixture. NOTE: Spray the soap / water mixture onto the cloth.
NEVER spray directly onto the equipment. We recommend that you do NOT allow customers to use spray bottles to clean the equipment. If
the cleaner is sprayed directly on the equipment or overspray is present, it may cause your equipment to rust and / or cause damage to console overlays.
WEEKLY:
1. With a clean dry 100% lint free cloth and water / soap mixture, wipe down the entire frame so it is free of dust, dirt, and sweat.
2. With a clean dry 100% lint free cloth and water / soap mixture, wipe down the entire console area including the hand grips and hand rails.
3. Use a computer screen cleaner or LCD / LED screen cleaner on the touch portion of the console (see Section 3.4).
MONTHLY:
1. Vacuum under and around the Bike. If you need to move it, unplug the unit first.
2. Remove the shrouds and use a vacuum to remove any dust or dirt built up under the covers. NOTE: Be careful not to damage or unplug
any of the wiring.
3. Apply Corrosion Block to the metal part of the iPod cable.
3.2 CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS
DO NOT use any equipment that is damaged or has worn or broken parts. Use only replacement parts supplied by Matrix Fitness Systems.
MAINTAIN LABELS AND NAMEPLATES. Do not remove labels for any reason. They contain important information. If unreadable or missing,
contact Matrix Fitness Systems for a replacement. 1-866-693-4863, www.matrixfitness.com
MAINTAIN ALL EQUIPMENT Preventative maintenance is the key to smooth operating equipment. Equipment needs to be inspected at regular
intervals. Defective components must be replaced immediately. Improperly working equipment must be kept out of use until it is repaired.
Ensure that any person(s) making adjustments or performing maintenance or repair of any kind is qualified to do so. Matrix Fitness Systems will
provide service and maintenance training at our corporate facility upon request or in the field if proper arrangements are made.
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CHAPTER 3: PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
3.3 CARE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
In order to maximize life span, and minimize down time, all MATRIX equipment requires regular cleaning, and maintenance items performed on
a scheduled basis. This section contains detailed instructions on how to perform these items and the frequency of which they should be done.
Some basic tools and supplies will be necessary to perform these tasks which include (but may not be limited to):
* Metric Allen wrenches
* #2 Phillips head screwdriver
* Adjustable wrench
* Commercial Pedal wrench (available from Matrix - part # ZMS4001254)
You may periodically see addendums to this document, as the Matrix Technical Support Team identifies items that require specific attention, the
latest version will always be available on the Matrix web site at www.matrixfitness.com.
DAILY MAINTENANCE ITEMS
1) Look and listen for loose fasteners, unusual noises, and any other indications that the equipment may be in need of service.
2) Attempt to wobble the unit from side to side and front to back. Level if needed (see Section 10.4).
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE ITEMS
1) Check the pedal straps for damage.
2) Clean the grooves on the foot pedals.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE ITEMS
1) Frequently vacuum the floor beneath the unit to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt which can affect the smooth operation of the unit.
2) Check that the pedal and crank assembly are tight with no free play or wobble in them. Make sure to use a commercial grade pedal wrench to
get the pedals as tight as possible.
3) Check the condition of the seat upholstery. Make sure that the seat adjustment mechanism is operating correctly.
YEARLY MAINTENANCE ITEMS
1) Remove the front shrouds and check the belt for damage, alignment, and proper tension.
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3.4 TOUCH SCREEN CARE & CLEANING
TOUCH SCREEN CARE AND CLEANING
* The touch screen requires very little maintenance. We recommend that you periodically clean the touch screen surface with a clean dry 100%
lint free cloth and water / soap mixture or a computer or LCD / LED screen cleaner.
* It is very important to avoid using any other chemical on the touch screen.
* Always dampen the cloth and clean the screen. Do not spray the water / soap mixture on the screen itself, the drips can seep into the display
or stain the bezel.
* After cleaning, make sure the surface is dry. There should not be any left over solvent to seep into the display.
* It is very important to handle the touch screen with care. Do not use excessive force when cleaning.
* Do not use any sharp materials to clean the touch screen surfaces.
* Do not use high pressure air, water, or steam to clean the touch screen surface.
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CHAPTER 4: CONSOLE OVERLAY AND WORKOUT DESCRIPTION
4.1 CONSOLE DESCRIPTION
The U7xe-05 has a fully integrated touch screen display. All information required for workouts is explained on screen. Exploration of the interface
is highly encouraged. The information explaining how to program for various workouts will give an explanation about the contents of each screen.
GO: One touch Start.
STOP: Ends workout and shows workout summary data.
COOL DOWN: (displayed on-screen during workout): Puts unit into Cool Down mode. Cool Down time is dependent on the length of the workout.
Workouts 19 minutes and shorter will have a cool down length of 2 minutes. Workouts 20 minutes and longer will have a cool down length of 5
minutes.
U7XE-05 ENTERTAINMENT ZONE
iPOD®: Will take the user directly to the iPod screen to allow for iPod control and playlist selection.
VOLUME UP / DOWN: Adjusts the volume output through the headphone jack of the integrated console TV or iPod output.
NUMBER KEYPAD: Allows for easy TV channel selections.
CHANNEL UP / DOWN: Allows for channel selection.
DISPLAY MODE: Allows user to cycle through console display options, iPod, TV, or profile display.
LAST CHANNEL: Allows the user to cycle between the current channel and the previous channel viewed.
CC/MUTE: Mutes sound and turns closed captioning on or off.
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CHAPTER 4: CONSOLE OVERLAY AND WORKOUT DESCRIPTION
4.2 WORKOUT SETUP STEPS
To set up a workout, press the touch screen over the program you would like to use and then follow the prompts to begin your workout.
GO - Press to immediately begin a workout. Workout, resistance level, and time will automatically go to default settings. Pressing GO will not
prompt user for age, weight, or level settings.
MANUAL - Manual allows the user to input more information while defining their own workout. Calorie expenditure will be more accurate when
inputting information in Manual than by pressing GO.
FAT BURN - Fat burn is a level based program that is designed to help users burn fat through various resistance level changes.
ROLLING HILLS - The Rolling Hills program is a level based program that automatically adjusts the resistance level to simulate real terrain.
INTERVALS - The Intervals program is a level based program that automatically adjusts the resistance of the machine from low to high
intensity settings at regular intervals.
RANDOM - Random is a level based workout that randomly adjusts the resistance of the machine.
TARGET HEART RATE - The Matrix U7xe-05 bike comes with standard digital contact heart rate sensors and are POLAR telemetry
compatible. The heart rate control workout mode allows the user to program their desired heart rate zone, and the bike will automatically adjust
the level based upon the user's heart rate. The heart rate zone is calculated using the following equation: (220-Age)8%=target heart rate zone.
The user must wear a POLAR telemetric strap or continually hold onto the contact heart rate grips for this workout.
Locate the metal sensors on the handlebars of the bike. Notice that there are two separate pieces of metal on each grip. You must be making
contact with both pieces of each grip to get an accurate heart rate reading. You can grab these sensors in any program to view your current heart
rate.
FITNESS TEST -The Cooper Fitness Test measures cardiovascular fitness and proves an estimated sub-maximal VO2 result. It is based on
power output according to ACSM standards and was developed by the Cooper Institute© (www.cooperinstitute.org). User RPMs must remain
between 60-80 RPM during the test. The test will end when the user can no longer maintain this speed. Use of a heart rate strap is optional but
provides more data.
The test starts at a low intensity level and gradually increases in intensity (difficulty) every 2 minutes. As it increases, the user must maintain
60-80 RPM to advance to the next level. The test could take upwards of 30+ minutes for very fit individuals. Once the test ends a recovery period
(cool down) will begin and the user's results are calculated and displayed. Results are based on the number of stages completed. Incline will not
be adjustable during the test.
STAGE COMPLETE:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9+
Well Below Average
Well Below Average
Below Average
Below Average
Average
Average
Above Average
Above Average
Well Above Average
CONSTANT WATTS - Constant Watts is a unique program that allows you to vary your cadence or RPM and the bike's resistance level will
adjust accordingly to your selected goal. The quicker you pedal, the less resistance for the goal selected.
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CHAPTER 5: MANAGER MODE
5.1 MANAGER MODE OVERVIEW
The Manager's Custom Mode allows the club owner to customize the bike for the club.
1) To enter Manager Mode, press ENTER, 1, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower display. Manager Mode will appear on the display (Figure A).
2) Follow the prompts to change the desired setting.
3) Press the ENTER key once the desired setting is correct to save.
4) Press HOME to return to normal operation. NOTE: If a setting has been changed, the unit and console power should be reset. Cycle the
power switch, and press and hold the CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN keys for 3-5 seconds to reset the console power.
FIGURE A
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CHAPTER 5: MANAGER MODE
5.2 MANAGER MODE - ABOUT TAB
U7xe-02-C or U7xe-01-C - If the unit has the old MMM
board, the CSafe Model should be set for Off (even if
the MMM console is replaced).
U7xe-03-C - If the unit has the LMM board, the
CSafe Model should be set for On. If the unit has an
LMM board, there will usually be a USB port on the
front of the console.
U7xe-04-C - If the unit has the LAM console (the
console cover back will have holes for ventilation),
the CSafe Model should be set for LAM.
MANAGER MODE
About
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
Serial Number
This option displays the serial number of the
platform and console. See Service Mode to
edit the serial numbers.
Cannot be modified.
Accumulated Distance
Total distance on the unit since production.
Cannot be modified.
Accumulated Time
Total time on the unit since production.
Cannot be modified.
Software Versions
Software version.
Cannot be modified.
Out of Order
Default: Off
This option allows the club to show the unit
"out of order" if an error is present.
On / Off
CSafe Model
This option controls whether the console is
Fitlinxx compatible.
LMM / MMM / LAM
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5.3 MANAGER MODE - TIME TAB
MANAGER MODE
Time
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
Maximum Time
Default: 60 Minutes
This option allows the club to set the maximum
workout duration limits during peak and non
peak hours.
Maximum: 99 Minutes
Minimum: 5 Minutes
Default Time Default: 30 Minutes
This option controls the default program time.
Max: Max Time Min: 5 Minutes
Pause Time Default: 5 Minutes
This option controls the default pause time.
Max 10 Minutes Min: 1 Minute
5.4 MANAGER MODE - DEFAULTS TAB
MANAGER MODE
Defaults
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FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTION
MODIFIED
Default Level Default: 1
This option controls the default program level.
Max: 1 Min: 20
Default Age Default: 30
This option controls the default user's age used in the target HR
calculations.
Maximum: 100
Minimum: 10
Default Weight
Default: 150 lbs / 68 kg
This option controls the default weight used in the calorie
calculations. Displayed in pounds or kilograms.
Max: 400 lbs / 182 kg
Min: 50 lbs / 22 kg
Gender Default: Male
Setting the user as Male or Female.
Male or Female
Key Sound Default: Yes
This option allows different sounds to be chosen for the keypad.
Yes or No
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5.5 MANAGER MODE - TV TAB
MANAGER MODE
TV
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
Default Channel
Default: 3
This option controls the default TV channel
on start up.
Channels 1-999
Default Volume
Default: 5
This option controls the default TV volume
on start up.
Maximum: 17
Minimum: 1
Tuner Available Default: Yes
This option controls the default TV function.
Yes or No
Setup
This option sets the TV tuner function.
On / Off
Remove TV
Default: No
This option controls the remote TV function.
NO or YES
Remove TV channel
Default: 1
This option controls the default remove TV
channel on start up.
Maximum: 37
Minimum: 1
Remove TV volume
Default: 15
This option controls the default remove TV
volume on start up.
Maximum: 15
Minimum: 1
CC / Mute
Default: Yes
This option allows the Mutes sound and
turns closed captioning on or off to be
chosen from touch screen.
NO or YES
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5.6 MANAGER MODE - LANGUAGE TAB
MANAGER MODE
Language
LANGUAGE
English
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Select default language.
FLAG
UNIT
Mile
LANGUAGE
Spanish
Welsh
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MODIFIED
FLAG
UNIT
KM
LANGUAGE
Chinese
KM
Mile
German
DESCRIPTIONS
This option allows the user to select a flag for a
specific language.
KM
Dutch
KM
KM
Italian
KM
KM
Japanese
KM
KM
Turkish
KM
N/A
FLAG
UNIT
KM
KM
Portuguese
KM
KM
French
KM
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5.7 MANAGER MODE - OTHER TAB
MANAGER MODE
Other
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
Asset Management
Default: Off
This option allows the club owner collect workout
data via a PC.
On or Off
Virtual Active
Default: Off
This option controls the Virtual Active function.
On or Off
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CHAPTER 6: ENGINEERING MODE
6.1 ENGINEERING MODE OVERVIEW
The Engineering Mode allows the club owner to keep track of the technical settings and error history for the bike.
1) To enter Engineering Mode, press ENTER, 2, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower display. Engineering Mode will appear on the display (Figure A).
2) Follow the prompts to change the desired setting.
3) Press the ENTER key once the desired setting is correct to save.
4) Press HOME to return to normal operation. NOTE: If a setting has been changed, the unit and console power should be reset. Cycle the
power switch, and press and hold the CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN keys for 3-5 seconds to reset the console power.
FIGURE A
6.2 ENGINEERING MODE - CALIBRATION TAB
ENGINEERING MODE
Calibration
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FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
RPM Low Limit Charge:
Default: 10
This option controls the RPM low limit to iPod
charge.
Range: 0 - 255
RPM Low Limit Resistance
Default: 10
This option control the RPM low limit to show
resistance.
Range: 0 - 255
CHAPTER 6: ENGINEERING MODE
6.3 ENGINEERING MODE - STATISTICS TAB
ENGINEERING MODE
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Statistics
DESCRIPTIONS
This option displays the workout
information for the unit.
MODIFIED
N/A
6.4 ENGINEERING MODE - ERRORS TAB
ENGINEERING MODE
Errors
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
This option displays the error code
history for the unit.
MODIFIED
N/A
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CHAPTER 6: ENGINEERING MODE
6.5 ENGINEERING MODE - CLUBS TAB
ENGINEERING MODE
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Clubs
Default: MATRIX
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
This option allows the club to select a screen
header from a list.
N/A
6.6 ENGINEERING MODE - CLUB ID TAB
ENGINEERING MODE
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Club ID
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DESCRIPTIONS
This option records the Club ID of
the fitness facility.
MODIFIED
N/A
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6.7 ENGINEERING MODE - OTHER TAB
ENGINEERING MODE
Other
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Erp Time
Default: 0 minutes
DESCRIPTIONS
If there is no use of the machine over a
period of time, the console LEDs will turn
off (go into ErP mode).
MODIFIED
Maximum: 30 minutes
Minimum: 0
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CHAPTER 7: SERVICE MODE
7.1 SERVICE MODE OVERVIEW
The Service Mode allows an authorized service provider to test and store information on the bike.
1) To enter Service Mode, press ENTER, 3, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower display. Service Mode will appear on the display (Figure A).
2) Follow the prompts to change the desired setting.
3) Press the ENTER key once the desired setting is correct to save.
4) Press HOME to return to normal operation. NOTE: If a setting has been changed, the unit and console power should be reset. Cycle the
power switch, and press and hold the CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN keys for 3-5 seconds to reset the console power.
FIGURE A
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7.2 SERVICE MODE - SETUP TAB
SERVICE MODE
Setup
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
Machine Type
This option selects the current model.
Serial Number
This option displays the serial number of the console and frame.
Accumulated Distance
This option displays the accumulated workout distance since production.
Accumulated Time
This option displays the accumulated workout time since production.
Show Service on Boot
Factory Setting Only.
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7.3 SERVICE MODE - TEST TAB
U7xe-02--C Keypad - Old keypad Includes Quick Start Key
U7xe-03--C Keypad - Old keypad - Does
NOT Includes Quick Start Key
U7xe-04-C Keypad - New keypad -
SERVICE MODE
Test
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FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
DESCRIPTIONS
MODIFIED
Keypad
This option is for a keypad test.
N/A
Touch Calibration
This option allows for a touch calibration of the
console. Follow the cross mark and touch the
screen to catch. After 5 positions are tested, touch
the center of the screen to exit this test.
N/A
Keypad Type
This option sets the keypad type for the console.
Quick Start or No Quick Start or
LA Fitness
Radio Test
This option will test the radio signal for function.
N/A
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7.4 SERVICE MODE - LOG TAB
SERVICE MODE
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Log
DESCRIPTIONS
This option records key component
replacement history.
7.5 SERVICE MODE - DATE & TIME TAB
SERVICE MODE
FUNCTION & DEFAULTS
Date & Time
DESCRIPTIONS
This option sets the current date and time on the
machine.
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8.1 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS
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8.1 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS - CONTINUED
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8.1 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS - CONTINUED
MCB POWER WIRE
DIGITAL COMMUNICATION WIRE
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8.1 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS - CONTINUED
PULSE SENSOR WIRE - RIGHT
PULSE SENSOR WIRE - LEFT
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8.1 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS - CONTINUED
PULSE EXTENDED WIRE
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8.2 LCB LED INDICATORS
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8.3 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 04A0 / 0440
ERROR CODE 04A0 / 0440
1) SYMPTOM:
04A0 – UCB communication disconnected.
0440 – Timeout receive packet (LCB can not receive any data for 50 seconds).
2) SOLUTION:
If the display is giving a 04A0 error, check the LCB LED10 status.
- LED10 blinking: Turn off power and after 3 seconds, turn on power again. If console also show the 04A0, re-install UCB software again. If
this does not resolve the issue, replace the UCB.
- LED10 off: Check the connection of the digital communication wire at the UCB and LCB (Figures A & B). If the connection is good,
replace the digital communication wire.
- If replacing the UCB and digital communication wire does not work, replace the LCB.
FIGURE A
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FIGURE B
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8.4 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 04B0
ERROR CODE 04B0
1) SYMPTOM:
04B0 – LCB communication disconnected.
2) SOLUTION:
1) If the display is giving a 04B0 error, check the LCB LED10 status.
- LED10 blinking: Turn off power and after 3 seconds, turn on power again. If the console shows the 04A0 error, skip to Step 2.
- LED10 off: Check the connection of the digital communication wire at the UCB and LCB (Figure A & B). If the connection is good, replace
the digital communication wire.
2) If LEDs 7 / 8 / 9 / 10 blinking together, this should be LCB software problem. Re-install LCB software. If this does not resolve the issue,
replace the LCB.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
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8.5 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 0347
ERROR CODE 0347
1) SYMPTOM:
0347 - Can not load video in Virtual Active program.
2) SOLUTION:
1) Please remove the VA board SD card and plug in again.
2) If the error still happens, check the SD card for data.
- If yes, replace the VA board.
- If no, replace the SD card.
FIGURE A
8.6 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 03A5 / 03A6
ERROR CODE 03A5 / 03A6
1) SYMPTOM:
03A5 - After program start, GUI can't load program.
03A6 - After GUI load program, the program can't be started.
2) SOLUTION:
1) Use a USB Flash disk to update to the latest GUI.
2) If the error is still happening after update, replace the LMM board.
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8.7 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 0248
ERROR CODE 0248
1) SYMPTOM:
0248 - Battery disconnection or fail. (When power is on, LCB battery voltage is less than 6 VAC).
2) SOLUTION:
1) Check the battery wire connection between the battery and LCB (Figure A).
2) Check the battery voltage (Figure B), if it is less than 6V, please plug in the power cord to charge battery for 1 hour. Replace the battery if it
will not hold a charge.
3) If the battery voltage is more than 6V, replace the LCB.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
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8.8 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 0247
ERROR CODE 0247
1) SYMPTOM:
0247 - MCU fail.
2) SOLUTION:
1) Replace LCB.
8.9 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 02B4 / 03A8 / 02AB / 0441
ERROR CODE 02B4 / 03A8 / 02AB / 0441
1) SYMPTOM:
02B4 – Resistance type error.
03A8 – Control settings on the machine does not match the shape and setup of the controller keypad.
02AB – Machine Type Error.
0441 – Correct packet but LCB without the function (LCB does not support this command).
2) SOLUTION:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Check the machine type is matched with frame in Service Mode (Figure A).
Check if the console is matched with the correct frame.
Replace the LCB.
Replace the UCB.
FIGURE A
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8.10 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 0149 / 01AF
ERROR CODE 0149 / 01AF
1) SYMPTOM:
0149 – Electro-magnet over current.
01AF – Electro-magnet disconnected.
2) SOLUTION:
1) Check if the Electro-magnet is short circuited or open (Figure A).
- If the resistance data shows a short / open ohms or is outside the range of 12.8 ~14.2 ohms, replace the Electro-magnet.
- If the resistance data is in the range between 12.8 ~14.2 ohms, replace the LCB.
FIGURE A
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8.11 TROUBLESHOOTING - ERROR 01B4
ERROR CODE 01B4
1) SYMPTOM:
01B4 – Battery connection reverse protection.
2) SOLUTION:
1) Check the battery wire connection between the battery and LCB (Figure A).
2) Check the battery voltage (Figure B).
- If there is no data on voltage, replace the battery
- If there is data on voltage, replace the LCB
FIGURE A
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FIGURE B
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8.12 TROUBLESHOOTING - NO RESISTANCE ISSUES
NO RESISTANCE ISSUES
1) SYMPTOM:
No resistance.
2) SOLUTION:
1) Check the resistance wire connection between the ECB and LCB (Figure A).
2) Check if the resistance is open (Figure B).
- If there is no data on resistance, replace the ECB.
- If there is data on resistance, replace the LCB.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
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8.13 TROUBLESHOOTING - TOUCH PAD ISSUES
ALL OR SOME OF THE FUNCTION KEYS DO NOT RESPOND
POSSIBLE CAUSES:
1) The touch pad is not calibrated properly.
2) The UCB is damaged.
SOLUTION:
1) Perform a touch pad calibration in Service Mode:
a. Press ENTER, 3, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower number keypad.
b. Press TEST on the display.
c. Press TOUCH CALIBRATION on the display.
d. Follow the cross mark moving across the screen and touch. After testing 5 positions, touch the center to exit the test (Figure A).
2) If the Touch Calibration does not work, replace the console.
FIGURE A
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8.14 TROUBLESHOOTING - HEART RATE ISSUES
HEART RATE FUNCTION DOES NOT WORK OR IS READING INCORRECTLY
POSSIBLE CAUSES:
1)
2)
3)
4)
The
The
The
The
HR grips are not hooked up correctly.
HR grip wiring is damaged.
console or HR board is not properly grounded.
console, HR board, or wiring between are bad.
SOLUTION:
1) Perform a DC Voltage test on the HR grips.
a. With one prong of a multi meter on each of the plates on one side of the HR grip set (Figure A), a voltage reading of between .5 and 2.0
should be seen. If the reading is correct, the issue is not with the HR grips or grip wiring.
b. If the reading is not correct, remove the screws holding the halves of the HR grip together and check the connection of the wiring to the
grips (Figure B).
2) Remove the console from the unit and verify continuity of the HR grip wiring. With a multi meter set for ohms, place one prong on the HR grip
wiring coming up the console mast (Figure C), and the other on the appropriate plate (match red with red and white with white).
a. An ohm reading of less than 1 should be received. If it is higher, replace the HR grip wiring.
3) Perform a continuity check on the console (See Service Bulletin - Continuity Test on Matrix Bikes).
a. Once the console continuity is confirmed, perform a continuity check on the HR board ground wire. With a multi meter set for ohms, place
one prong on the HR board ground wire (Figure D), and the other on the console ground wire. An ohm reading of less than 1 should be received.
If it is higher, replace the HR board.
4) If all the troubleshooting listed above has been performed, and the unit still has HR issues, replace the HR board.
a. If the HR board does not resolve the issue, replace the console.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
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8.15 TV TROUBLESHOOTING - OVERVIEW
Sections 8.15 - 8.18 will assist with diagnosing problems with TV and entertainment related equipment sold
by Matrix FItness Equipment.
The Matrix Bike includes an integrated TV that shows in the large display window. The TV is capable of being shown as a 7" or 15" screen
(Figures A & B). The console should be equipped with an entertainment keypad similar to Figure C.
FIGURE B
FIGURE A
FIGURE C
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8.16 TV TROUBLESHOOTING - PICTURE FUZZY OR UNCLEAR
1) For a fuzzy or unclear picture, see the TV programming instructions in Section 10. If the TV is still fuzzy or unclear after programming:
a) Check the coax connection at the entertainment port (Figure A).
b) Remove the 5 screws holding the console to the console mast and check the coax connection at the console (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
c) Use a verified good piece of coax cable (a good coax cable will have a signal strength of 10 db or greater) to plug directly into the back
of the console bypassing the entertainment port. If this resolves the issue, replace the internal coax cable.
d) If plugging the coax cable into the back of the console does not resolve the issue, remove the console back and check the console
cable connection at the tuner (Figure C).
e) Check the internal cables and fitting inside your machine at the console and below the front shroud (Figure D). Make sure you have
no kinks, cuts, or poor connectors at the end of the cable. Fittings should have a clean flush connector with no stray aluminum strands touching
the center conductor. Replace any suspect cables.
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
f) If no damage can be found on the cables, fittings, or connectors, and hooking the coax directly to the back of the console does not
resolve the issue, replace the TV tuner.
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8.17 TV TROUBLESHOOTING - TV WILL NOT TURN ON
1) Remove the console back and check the electrical connections for the TV (Figures A & B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
2) If internal electrical connections are good (the console turns on), and the outlet is outputting 120V, the issue is likely with the integrated TV.
Replace the console.
FIGURE C
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8.18 TV TROUBLESHOOTING - ENTERTAINMENT KEYPAD ISSUES
ENTERTAINMENT KEYPAD IS NOT WORKING
1) SYMPTOM:
a. The entertainment keypad (Figure A) is not responding.
2) SOLUTION:
a. Remove the console and check the connection of the entertainment keypad (Figure B).
b. If the entertainment keypad cable is pinched, kinked, or cut replace the keypad.
c. If replacing the keypad does not resolve the issue, replace the console.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
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9.1 CONSOLE REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the 4 screws holding the console to the frame (Figure A).
FIGURE A
2) Disconnect the console cable and HR connections from the defective console and remove the console (Figure B).
FIGURE B
3) Reinstall the wire connections to the new console.
4) Carefully push the wires into the console and mast until they are clear of the console / mast connection and attach the console to the mast
using the 4 screws.
5) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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9.2 CUP HOLDER REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the 4 screws holding the cup holder to the console mast (Figure A).
FIGURE A
2) Remove the cup holder (Figure B).
FIGURE B
3) Reverse Steps 1-2 to install a new cup holder.
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9.3 HANDLEBAR REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the cup holder as outlined in Section 9.2.
2) Remove the 4 screws holding the heart rate handlebar to the console mast being careful to support the handlebar (Figure A).
3) Carefully pull the wires from the console mast until the connectors are showing, and then disconnect the 2 wires from the handlebar and
remove the defective handlebar (Figure B).
FIGURE A
4) Reverse Steps 1-3 to install a new handlebar.
5) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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FIGURE B
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9.4 HANDLEBAR SERVICE
1) All items on the handlebar are removed using a Phillips screwdriver from the underside of the bar.
2) Once the screws are removed, lift the part carefully, then disconnect any wire connections to fully remove the part. This includes any
resistance buttons and heart rate grip plates (Figures A - D).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
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9.5 CONSOLE KEYPAD / OVERLAY REPLACEMENT
NOTE: The instructions below are similar for console overlays / keypads replacement, but the procedure is the same regardless of where the
overlay / keypad is.
1) Remove the console as outlined in Section 9.1.
2) Remove the back cover of the console (Figure A).
3) Unplug and remove the faulty overlay (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
4) Clean the console area with alcohol to remove any left over adhesive (Figure C).
5) Peel part of the protective film from the back of the overlay / keypad (Figure D).
FIGURE C
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FIGURE D
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9.5 CONSOLE KEYPAD / OVERLAY REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
6) Push the overlay / keypad ribbon cable through the hole in the console and plug it in (Figure E).
7) Match the overlay / keypad to the cutout in the console (Figure F).
FIGURE E
FIGURE F
8) Press down on the corners of the overlay / keypad to keep it in place. Then remove the protective film (Figure G).
9) Once the overlay / keypad is in the correct position, press down on it to adhere it in positions (Figure H).
FIGURE G
FIGURE H
10) Use the same procedure to replace any additional faulty overlays / keypads. NOTE: Overlays / keypads cannot be re-used.
11) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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9.6 PEDAL REPLACEMENT
1) Use a 15 mm commercial pedal wrench to remove the pedal from the crank (Figure A). NOTE: For the right side pedal, the threads are
normal. For the left side pedal, the threads are reversed (the pedal turns off counterclockwise).
FIGURE A
2) Remove the pedal (Figure B).
FIGURE B
3) Reverse Steps 1-2 to install a new pedal. NOTE: Be sure to tighten the pedal as much as possible onto the crank with a commercial pedal
wrench (available from Matrix - part # ZMS4001254).
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9.7 CRANK AXLE SET REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the bolt that holds the crank to the drive axle set (Figure A).
FIGURE A
2) The crank can be removed (Figure B).
FIGURE B
3) Reverse Steps 1-2 to install a new crank axle set. NOTE: Torque the bolt removed in Step 1 to 80 N-m / 800 kgf-cm.
4) Test the bike as outlined in Section 9.20.
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9.8 FRONT SHROUDS REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the 2 screws that hold the silver cover to the frame (Figure A).
2) Remove the silver cover (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
3) Remove the 2 screws that hold the grey cover to the frame (Figure C).
4) Remove the black cover (Figure D).
FIGURE C
5) Reverse Steps 1-4 to install new shrouds.
6) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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FIGURE D
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9.9 SIDE COVERS REPLACEMENT
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the
the
the
the
the
pedals as outlined in Section 9.6.
crank as outlined in Section 9.7.
front shroud as outlined in Section 9.8.
9 screws holding the left side cover in place (Figure A).
6 screws holding the right side cover in place (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
6) Figure C shows both the side covers removed.
FIGURE C
7) Reverse Steps 1-5 to install new side covers.
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9.10 CONSOLE MAST REMOVAL
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
Remove
the
the
the
the
the
console as outlined in Section 9.1.
cup holder as outlined in Section 9.2.
handlebars as outlined in Section 9.3.
front shroud as outlined in Section 9.8.
4 screws holding the console mast to the frame (Figure A).
FIGURE A
6) Pull the wires out the bottom of the console mast and remove the mast (Figure B).
FIGURE B
7) Reverse Steps 1-6 to install new console mast. NOTE: When installing a new console mast, be sure to pull the console wires up through the
new mast prior to installing the 4 screws into the frame.
8) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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9.11 SEAT PAD REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the 4 screws holding the seat pad to the seat post (Figure A).
FIGURE A
2) Lift the seat pad away from the seat post (Figure B).
FIGURE B
3) Reverse Steps 1-2 to install a new seat pad.
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9.12 SEAT POST SET REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the side covers as outlined in Section 9.8.
2) Remove the 4 screws that hold the seat post set to the frame (Figures A & B).
FIGURE B
FIGURE A
3) Remove the seat post set (Figure C).
FIGURE C
4) Reverse Steps 1-3 to install a new seat post set.
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9.13 LOWER CONTROL BOARD REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the front shrouds as outlined in Section 9.8.
2) Disconnect the 5 wire connections to the lower board (Figure A).
3) Remove the 2 screws holding the lower board to the frame (Figure B), and remove the lower board.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
4) Reverse Steps 1-3 to install a new lower board. Figure C shows the connections at the board.
6 Pin Connector from
the DC power source
2 Pin Connector
from the Battery
2 Pin Connector
from the Resistor
8 Pin Connector
from the Console
3 Pin Connector from
the Generator
FIGURE C
5) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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9.14 BATTERY REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the front shrouds as outlined in Section 9.8.
2) Remove the LCB as outlined in Section 9.13.
3) Disconnect the 2 wires from the battery (Figure A).
FIGURE A
4) Disconnect the 2 cable ties from the battery bracket (Figure B).
5) Remove the battery (Figure C).
FIGURE B
6) Reverse Steps 1-5 to install a new battery.
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FIGURE C
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9.15 DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the side covers as outlined in Section 9.9 (Figure A).
2) Using a hook or loop of wire, remove the spring from the frame (Figure B). The tensioner should now pivot away from the drive belt.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
3) Remove the drive belt (Figure C).
4) Use a straight edge to make sure that the pulley and generator pulley are in a straight line (Figure D). If the belt is not on line, try to adjust
the generator location.
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
5) Reverse Steps 1-4 to install a new drive belt. NOTE: Be sure to reattach the tension spring. Rotate the pulley to make sure that the motion
is smooth and that there is no wobbling to one side.
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9.16 GENERATOR REPLACEMENT
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Remove the pedals as outlined in Section 9.6.
Remove the cranks as outlined in Section 9.7.
Remove the side covers as outlined in Section 9.9.
Remove the drive belt as outlined in Section 9.15.
Cut the cable tie and disconnect the generator with ECB wire from the LCB (Figures A & B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
6) Remove the 4 screws holding the generator to the frame (Figures C & D), and remove the generator.
FIGURE C
7) Reverse Steps 1-6 to install a new generator.
8) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.20.
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FIGURE D
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9.17 REAR STABILIZER REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the 2 screws holding the black cover to the rear stabilizer (Figure A).
2) Remove the black cover (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
3) Remove the 6 screws holding the rear stabilizer to the frame (Figure C).
4) Remove the rear stabilizer (Figure D).
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
5) Reverse Steps 1-4 to install a new rear stabilizer. NOTE: When installing a new rear stabilizer, be sure to make sure that the leveling is
stable as outlined in Section 10.4.
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9.18 FRONT STABILIZER REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the 4 screws holding the rear stabilizer to the frame (Figures A & B). .
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
2) Remove the front stabilizer (Figure C).
FIGURE C
3) Reverse Steps 1-2 to install new front side covers.
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9.19 DRIVE AXLE SET REPLACEMENT
NOTE: A Matrix special tool is needed to correctly replace a drive axle. Order part # 1000323981 from Matrix CTS at 866-693-4863 ext 3.
1) Turn off the power and disconnect the cord from the machine.
2) Remove the front covers from the machine as outlined in Section 9.8.
3) Remove drive belt as outlined in Sections 9.14.
4) On the left side of the frame, remove the retainer clip that holds the drive axle bearings in the frame (Figure A).
5) Use a hammer to hit the screw until the drive axle assembly is loose in the frame, and remove it (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
6) Install the tool into the hole in the frame and use a rubber mallet to hit the end of the tool until the bearing can be removed from the frame
(Figure C & D).
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
7) The drive axle should have come with an iron plate installed (Figure E).
8) Assemble the Matrix tool as shown in Figure F.
FIGURE E
FIGURE F
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9.19 DRIVE AXLE SET REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
9) Slide the drive axle assembly into the frame from the right side. Install the bearing cap portion of the tool into the left side of the frame (Figure
G).
10) Mount the other tool from Figure F behind the bearing cap portion of the tool. Use the M10 x 100L x 1.25P screw with a nut to attach the tool
to the drive axle (Figure H).
FIGURE G
FIGURE H
11) Turn the screw until it is close into the drive axle (Figure I).
12) Then turn the nut until it is close to the cup portion of the tool (Figure J).
FIGURE I
FIGURE J
13) Use a wrench to hold the screw, then turn the nut to pull the drive axle into the frame (Figure K).
14) Turn the nut until the iron plate is close to the frame on the right side (Figure L).
FIGURE K
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FIGURE L
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9.19 DRIVE AXLE SET REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
15) Remove the tools, then insert the bearing into the hole in the frame on the left side (Figure M).
16) Again use the M10 x 100L x 1.25P screw with a nut to attach the tool to the drive axle (Figure N).
FIGURE M
FIGURE N
17) Turn the screw until it is close into the drive axle (Figure O).
18) Then turn the nut until it is close to the cup portion of the tool (Figure P).
FIGURE O
FIGURE P
19) Use a wrench to hold the screw, then turn the nut to push the bearing into the hole in the frame (Figure Q).
20) Insert the retainer clip to hold the bearing in the frame (Figure R).
FIGURE Q
FIGURE R
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9.19 DRIVE AXLE SET REPLACEMENT - CONTINUED
21) Use a screwdriver to remove the iron plate from the drive axle (Figures S & T).
FIGURE S
FIGURE T
22) Rotate the drive axle to make sure that the motion is smooth and that there is no wobbling to one side (Figures U).
FIGURE U
23) Re-install the belts as outlined in Section 9.15.
24) Reverse Steps 1-2 to re-assemble the unit.
25) Test the Bike as outlined in Section 9.20.
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9.20 TESTING THE BIKE
ONCE THE UNIT OR REPLACEMENT PART IS FULLY INSTALLED AND ASSEMBLED AND
PROPERLY PLACED ON THE FLOOR, USE THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS TO SETUP
AND TEST THE MACHINE:
1) Enter Service Mode (ENTER, 3, 0, 0, 1, ENTER) and input the serial number of the console. Also set the Machine Type (See Section 7.2)
and Keypad (See Section 7.3) and verify that the Date and Time are correct (See Section 7.5). NOTE: If a setting has been changed, the
unit and console power should be reset. Cycle the power switch, and press and hold the CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN keys for 3-5
seconds to reset the console power.
2) Enter Manager Mode (ENTER, 1, 0, 0, 1, ENTER) and turn on or off Asset Management or Virtual Active depending on whether the club has
these functions. NOTE: If a setting has been changed, the unit and console power should be reset. Cycle the power switch, and press and
hold the CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN keys for 3-5 seconds to reset the console power. Enter into Virtual Active and test.
3) Program the TV channels (see Section 10.5).
4) Without hitting start or entering any program modes, sit on the bike and hold the handlebars while pedaling to simulate exercising. While
moving, listen for any odd noises or squeaks.
5) After stopping movement, press the green GO key and begin pedaling.
6) Grasp the hand grips to check for proper heart rate response.
7) Press the level up and down buttons on the console and hand grips to make sure resistance is fully functional.
8) If everything functions properly, stop pedaling and the unit will reset to normal operation within 30 seconds.
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10.1 U7xe-05 BIKE SPECIFICATIONS
FEATURES
U7xe UPRIGHT
CONTACT & TELEMETRIC HR SENSORS
HANDLEBAR DESIGN
INTEGRATED ARM RESTS
THUMB SWITCH CONTROLS
YES
FULL RACING STYLE WITH ELBOW SUPPORT
N/A
YES
TECHNOLOGY
JID BRUSHLESS GENERATOR
SELF POWERED - POWERED 100-125 V, 60 HZ OR
216-250 V, 50 HZ
44 SELF POWERED
10 POWERED / 25 SELF-POWERED
RESISTANCE SYSTEM
POWER REQUIREMENTS
MINIMUM WATTS
MINIMUM RPM
CONSOLE
DISPLAY TYPE
DISPLAY FEEDBACK
USER DEFINED MULTI-LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
RESISTANCE LEVELS
WORKOUTS
CSAFE READY - FITLINXX™ CERTIFIED
NETPULSE COMPATIBLE
ON-THE-FLY PROGRAM CHANGE
FIT TOUCH TECHNOLOGY™
INTEGRATED VISTA CLEAR™ DIGITAL
READY TELEVISION
VIRTUAL ACTIVE™ COMPATIBLE
FITCONNEXION™ READY
WIFI
ETHERNET PORT
WEB CONNECTIVITY
FACILITY COMMUNICATOR PORTAL/
CALENDAR
ASSET MANAGEMENT COMPATIBLE
IPOD® COMPATIBLE
IPHONE® COMPATIBLE
USB PORT
MULTIMEDIA PLAYBACK
NIKE + IPOD® COMPATIBLE
PERSONAL FAN
TECH SPECS
15” / 38.1 CM TOUCH SCREEN LCD
TIME ELAPSED, TIME REMAINING, TOTAL
PROGRAM TIME, CLOCK, DISTANCE
(KILOMETERS OR MILES), CALORIES, CALORIES
PER HOUR, SPEED, LEVEL, RPM, HEART RATE,
METS, WATTS, STATIC PROFILE DISPLAY,
DYNAMIC PROFILE DISPLAY
YES - ENGLISH, GERMAN, FRENCH, ITALIAN,
SPANISH, DUTCH, PORTUGUESE, CHINESE,
JAPANESE, KOREAN, SWEDISH, FINNISH,
RUSSIAN, ARABIC
30
MANUAL, ROLLING HILLS, INTERVAL TRAINING,
RANDOM, FAT BURN, FITNESS TEST, HEART
RATE, CONSTANT WATTS
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES - 15” / 38.1 CM TOUCH SCREEN LCD
YES
NO
YES
YES
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES - CHARGING ONLY
YES
NO
YES
YES
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
47.8" X 28.8" X 60.2"
LXWXH
121.5CM X 73.2CM X 152.8CM
CRANK DESIGN
SINGLE PIECE
MAXIMUM USER WEIGHT
400 LBS/182 KG
WEIGHT
142 LBS./64.7 KG
SHIPPING WEIGHT
164 LBS/74.5 KG
NORTH AMERICAN SPECIFICATIONS SHOWN. SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
FOR LATEST SPECIFICATIONS PLEASE VISIT WWW.MATRIXFITNESS.COM
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10.2 ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
AFTER THESE ASSEMBLY STEPS ARE COMPLETE, BE SURE TO SETUP AND TEST THE UNIT AS OUTLINED
IN SECTION 9.20.
STEP 1
YELLOW HARDWARE BAGS
PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
A
SOCKET HEAD BOLT
M8X25L
8
B
FLAT WASHER
Φ8.2XΦ16.0X2.0T
8
A
Open YELLOW HARDWARE BAGS.
B
Attach the FRONT STABILIZER TUBE
(1) to the MAIN FRAME (2) using 4
BOLTS (A) and 2 FLAT WASHERS (B).
C
Attach the REAR STABILIZER TUBE (3)
to the MAIN FRAME (2) using 4 BOLTS
(A) and 2 FLAT WASHERS (B).
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STEP 2
BLACK HARDWARE BAG
PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
C
SOCKET HEAD BOLT
M8X20L
2
D
PHILLIP HEAD BOLT
M5X12L
2
A
Open BLACK HARDWARE BAG.
B
Attach the REAR FRAME HANDLE (3) to
the MAIN FRAME (2) using 2 BOLTS (C).
C
Attach the REAR FRAME COVER (4) to
the MAIN FRAME (2) using 2 BOLTS (D).
RED HARDWARE BAGS
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PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
C
SOCKET HEAD BOLT
M8X20L
4
E
TOOTH WASHER
Φ8.5XΦ18.0X2.0T
4
A
Carefully pull the CONSOLE CABLES (5)
through the CONSOLE MAST (6) using
the twist tie located inside the CONSOLE
MAST (6).
B
Attach CONSOLE MAST (6) to MAIN
FRAME (2) using 4 BOLTS (C) and 4
TOOTH WASHERS (E).
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STEP 3
GREEN HARDWARE BAG
PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
F
PHILLIP HEAD BOLT
M5X12L
4
A Open GREEN HARDWARE BAG.
B Attach the FRONT SHROUD COVER (7) to
the MAIN FRAME (2) using 2 BOLTS (F).
C Attach the STEP PLATE (8) to the MAIN
FRAME (2) using 2 BOLTS (F).
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STEP 4
WHITE HARDWARE BAG
PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
C
SOCKET HEAD BOLT
M8X20L
2
A Open WHITE HARDWARE BAG.
B Attach the PULSE GRIPS HANDLEBARS
(9) to the CONSOLE MAST (6) using 4
BOLTS (C).
GREEN HARDWARE BAG
PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
F
PHILLIP HEAD BOLT
M5X12L
4
A Open GREEN HARDWARE BAG.
B Attach the ACCESSORY TRAY (10) to the
PULSE GRIPS HANDLEBARS (9) using 4
BOLTS (F).
C Slide WATER BOTTLE POCKETS (11) into
the ACCESSORY TRAY (10).
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STEP 5
PURPLE HARDWARE BAG
PART
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
QTY
C
G
SOCKET HEAD BOLT
M8X20L
4
SPRING WASHER
Φ8.5XΦ18.0X2.0T
4
A Open GREEN HARDWARE BAG.
B Attach the SEAT (12) to the SEAT POST
(13) using 4 BOLTS (C) and 4 SPRING
WASHERS (G).
C Attach the CONSOLE CABLES (5) to the
CONSOLE (14).
D Attach the CONSOLE (14) to the
CONSOLE MAST (6) using 4 PREINSTALLED BOLTS (15).
E Attach PEDALS (16) to the CRANK (17)
with the provided 15mm/17mm flat wrench.
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FINAL ASSEMBLY
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10.3 ADJUSTING THE PEDAL STRAPS AND SEAT
ADJUSTING THE PEDAL STRAPS
The straps are designed to fit your individual foot size and should be adjusted tight enough to keep your foot from slipping. The pedals include
spring loaded clips for easy adjustment. To tighten the strap, pull down the open end of the strap. To loosen the strap, push down on the top of
the clip and pull the strap up. Release the clip to lock the strap in place.
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10.4 LEVELING THE BIKE
STABILIZING THE MATRIX U7XE-05 BIKE
After positioning the bike in its intended location, check its stability by attempting to shake it side to side. Shaking or wobbling indicates that
your bike needs to be leveled. Determine which leveler is not resting completely on the floor. Rotate the left or right foot pad, and repeat the
adjustment as necessary until the bike is stable.
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10.5 TV PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS (US)
Once the cardio equipment has been installed, and proper power and cable wiring is provided, The Television must be programmed to the club's
channels and settings.
Auto Scan - An auto scan will search for channel signals from the coax cable. It will tune in all channels that provide a signal.
1. Press ENTER, 1, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the number keypad to enter Manager Mode.
2. Press TV on the display (Figure A).
3. Press SETUP on the display (Figure B). A TV will appear.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
4. Press the - key on the number keypad and a Menu will appear on the TV (Figure C). NOTE: Once the Menu is present on the screen, the
following buttons must be pressed quickly, or the Menu will minimize after 5 seconds of no key strokes.
5. Use the CHANNEL UP and DOWN keys to move, ENTER key to enter this action in the Menu. Use the VOLUME UP and DOWN keys to
select item and ENTER key to start / change / save this setting item in the sub-menu.
6. Use the CHANNEL UP and DOWN keys to scroll the cursor to Installation of the Menu, then press the ENTER key to enter the Installation
sub-menu(Figure D).
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
7. Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to scroll down to Auto Scan (Figure E), then press the ENTER key to start the channel scan (Figure
F).
FIGURE E
FIGURE F
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Auto Scan (continued):
8. If the channels are not coming in clearly after a channel scan (or if only some channels come in), follow Steps 4-7 to enter the Installation .
Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to change the TV System to match the club's incoming frequency (Figure G), then re-run Auto Scan.
10. If the channels are coming in clearly, press the HOME key to return to normal function (Figure H). If some channels are still not coming
in, are blurry, or are not scanning, follow the procedure below for adding / deleting a single channel. If no channels are coming in, see the
troubleshooting in Chapter 8.
FIGURE G
FIGURE H
Adding or Deleting a Single Channel - At times the Channel Scan can pick up channels that do not have a strong enough signal to
come in clearly or will fail to pick up channels that do come in clearly. Use the following procedure to manually add or delete a channel.
1. Follow Steps 1-4 in the Auto Scan instructions to access the TV Menu.
2. Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to scroll to Channel Management the Menu. Then press the ENTER key to enter the Channel
Management sub-menu.
3. Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to scroll to Hide / Show (Figure I). Then press the ENTER key to enter the Hide / Show sub-menu.
4. The Hide / Show sub-menu will show a list of channels available (Figure J). Channels with a check mark are scanned in and should show
up during normal TV usage.
5. To remove or add any channel, simply scroll to the channel using the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys, and then press ENTER to add or delete
a check mark (which adds or deletes the channel).
6. Once the desired channels are scanned in, press HOME to return to normal operation.
FIGURE I
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FIGURE J
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10.5 TV PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS (ID MARKET)
Once the cardio equipment has been installed and proper power and cable wiring is provided, The Television must be programmed to the club's
channels and settings.
Auto Tuning - An auto scan will search for channel signals from the coax cable. It will tune in all channels that provide a signal.
1. Press ENTER, 1, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the number keypad to enter Manager Mode.
2. Press TV on the display (Figure A).
3. Press SETUP on the display (Figure B). A TV will appear.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
4. Press the - key on the number keypad and a Menu will appear on the TV (Figure C). NOTE: Once the Menu is present on the screen, the
following buttons must be pressed quickly, or the Menu will minimize after 5 seconds of no key strokes.
5. Use the VOLUME UP or DOWN keys to move horizontally in the Menu and the CHANNEL UP and DOWN keys to move vertically.
6. Use the VOLUME UP or DOWN keys to scroll the cursor to Channel Mode of the Menu, then press the ENTER key to enter the Auto Tuning
of sub-menu (Figure D).
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
7. Press the ENTER key to activate the Auto Tuning Mode and the display will show Tune Type / Country. Use the VOLUME UP and DOWN
keys to select Tune Type (DTV, ATV, or DTV+ATV), then press ENTER key to confirm and store setting. NOTE: Choice the Tune Type with
DTV+ATV that’s recommended (Figure E).
8. Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to select a country, then press ENTER key to confirm and store setting (Figure F). .
FIGURE E
FIGURE F
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Auto Tuning (continued):
9. The tuner also will start auto tuning (Figure G & H).
FIGURE G
FIGURE H
Option Mode - Option Mode will help to define a language setting. Use the following procedure to manually set up the OSD Language,
Audio Languages and Subtitle Language. Also you can do the Restore factory default for language default be recovered on this mode.
1. Press the – key on the number keypad to return to the main screen. Use the VOLUME UP or DOWN keys to select OSD Language (Figure
A). Press the ENTER key to enter the OSD language setup. Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to select the different settings (Figure B).
After find the correct language, press ENTER to confirm and store setting.
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
2. Follow Steps 1 instruction to access Audio languages and Subtitle language setting (Figure C & D). Also you can do the Restore Factory
Default for language default be recovered. NOTE: Doing “Restore Factory Default”, it will require setting the Language / Country again.
FIGURE C
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Picture Mode - Picture Mode will help to define the TV display setting.
1. Press the – key on the number keypad to return to the main screen. Use the VOLUME UP or DOWN keys to select Picture Mode (Figure
A).
Press the ENTER key to enter the Picture Mode setting. Use the CHANNEL UP or DOWN keys to select the different settings (Figure B). After
find the correct Picture Mode, press ENTER to confirm and store setting. NOTE: Choice the Picture Mode with User that’s recommended
(Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
2. Follow Steps 1 instruction to access Color Temperature setting (Figure C & D). NOTE: Choose the Color Temperature with Warm
recommended (Figure D).
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
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CHAPTER 11: SOFTWARE UPGRADE GUIDE
11.1 SOFTWARE UPGRADE INSTRUCTIONS
* An AC power cord is required to update software in the field. Plug in the unit prior to beginning the update procedure.
** All plug ins must be removed prior to updating software (for example, no IPod can be connected). Do not use the console while an
update is in process.
*** If VA is installed on the console, wait until the Virtual Active icon on the standard display picture turns red prior to updating the
software.
1) Five files should be present on the USB drive. These are: DrummuDeploy.cab, NK, IO_XXX, updateLMM.confige, and Extract_CE.
2) Turn on the power to the bike, wait until the standard display picture has been come up (Figure A).
2) Enter Manager Mode by pressing ENTER, 1, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower keypad.
3) Record the Accumulated Mileage, Accumulated Time, and Serial Number. NOTE: The information can be lost during the update procedure
and should be recorded so that the information can be entered into the newly updated console.
4) Press the HOME key to return to the standard display picture.
5) Wait until the Virtual Active icon turns RED. Insert the USB Drive into the USB port in the console (Figure B).
FIGURE A
FIGURE B
6) After a few seconds, the bike will auto run the upgrade processing. The achieved percentage of the scheduled process will be displayed in
the bottom right corner of the display (Figure C).
7) When the update is complete, the display will ask you to remove the USB drive (Figure D). Once the USB drive is removed, turn off the bike
and wait 10 seconds, then turn the bike back on.
8) Enter Service Mode by pressing ENTER, 3, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower keypad and check that the Machine Type is correctly set for Upright
Bike and that the Service On Boot setting is NO. If the Machine Type is not correct, press ENTER, 3, 0, 0, 2, ENTER. This will do a software
parameter reset. Then change the Machine Type. Once the Machine Type is changed cycle unit and console power. Press the HOME key to
return to the standard display picture if the Machine Type is correct.
9) Also enter the values recorded in Step 3 in Service Mode (if needed).
FIGURE C
FIGURE D
9) Enter Manager Mode by pressing ENTER, 1, 0, 0, 1, ENTER on the lower keypad. Press SOFTWARE VERSIONS to verify that the new
software version is shown on the screen. Re-load software if any problems are seen.
10) Test the bike for function as outlined in Section 9.19.
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