Yamaha A10 Upright Bike Owner`s manual

Manual en Español Latino Americano:
http://www.schwinnfitness.com
ASSEMBLY MANUAL / OWNER’S MANUAL
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions - Assembly
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Safety Warning Labels / Serial Number 4
Specifications4
Before Assembly
5
Parts6
Hardware7
Tools7
Assembly8
Leveling the Bike
13
Moving the Bike
13
Important Safety Instructions - Owner’s
14
Features15
Console Features
16
Contact Heart Rate (CHR)
17
Operations19
Adjustments
19
Quick Start / Manual Program
19
Profile Programs
20
Pausing or Stopping
20
Results
20
Changing Unit Measures
(English Imperial/Metric)
20
Maintenance21
Troubleshooting24
Warranty27
To validate warranty support, keep the original proof of purchase and record the following information:
Serial Number __________________________
Date of Purchase ____________________
To register your product warranty , go to: www.SchwinnFitness.com/register
Or call 1 (800) 605–3369.
If you have questions or problems with your product, please call 1 (800) NAUTILUS (628–8458)
Or go to: www.SchwinnFitness.com
Nautilus, Inc., (800) NAUTILUS / (800) 628-8458, www.NautilusInc.com - Customer Service: North America (800) 605-3369,
csnls@nautilus.com | outside U.S. +01-360-859-5180, technics@nautilus.com | © 2013 Nautilus, Inc..
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Important Safety Instructions
— ASSEMBLY
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This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Obey the following warnings:
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Read and understand all warnings on this machine.
Carefully read and understand the Assembly instructions.
• Keep bystanders and children away from the product you are assembling at all times.
• Do not connect power supply to the machine until instructed to do so.
• Do not assemble this machine outdoors or in a wet or moist location.
• Make sure assembly is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps
involving these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
• Set up this machine on a solid, level, horizontal surface.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of this machine. This could compromise the safety of this machine
and will void the warranty.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus® replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use
genuine replacement parts can cause a risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and void the
warranty.
• Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Manual.
• Read and understand the complete Manual supplied with this machine before first use. Keep the Manual for future
reference.
• Do all assembly steps in the sequence given. Incorrect assembly can lead to injury or incorrect function.
• This product contains magnets. Magnetic fields can interfere with the normal use of certain medical devices at a close
range. Users may come into proximity of the magnets in the assembly, maintenance, and/or use of the product. Given
the obvious importance of these devices, such as a pacemaker, it is important that you consult with your medical
provider in connection with the use of this equipment. Please consult the “Safety Warning Labels and Serial Number”
section to determine the location of the magnets on this product.
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Safety Warning Labels and Serial Number
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Serial number
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Product
specification
FCC Compliance
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Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The power supply complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: T
his power supply has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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Specifications
Maximum User Weight: 275 lbs. (125 kg)
Power Requirements: 4 D Batteries (LR20) – not included
Operational Voltage: 6VDC
Regulatory Approvals:
Optional AC Power Adapter: UL listed, CSA certified (or
equivalent), Rated 120V 60Hz Input, 9VDC, 500mA Output.
Class 2 or LPS.
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his product, its packaging, and components contain
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chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects, or reproductive harm. This Notice
is provided in accordance with California’s Proposition
65. If you would like additional information, please refer
to our website at www.nautilus.com/prop65.
50” (126cm)
27.5” (67cm)
19” (48cm)
Before Assembly
Select the area where you are going to set up and operate your machine. For safe operation, the location must be on a
hard, level surface. Allow a workout area of a minimum 67” x 56” (1.7m x 1.42m).
Basic Assembly Tips
Follow these basic points when you assemble your machine:
1. Read and understand the “Important Safety Instructions” before assembly.
2. Collect all the pieces necessary for each assembly step.
3. Using the recommended wrenches, turn the bolts and nuts to the right (clockwise) to tighten, and the left (counterclockwise) to loosen, unless instructed otherwise.
4. When attaching 2 pieces, gently lift and look through the bolt holes to help insert the bolt through the holes.
5. The assembly can require 2 people.
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PARTS
8
9
13
6
7
12
4
1
5
11 (R)
2
3
10 (L)
Item
Qty
Description
Item
Qty
1
1
Main Frame
8
1
Console
2
1
Front Stabilizer
9
1
Handlebars
3
1
Rear Stabilizer
10
1
Left Pedal (L)
4
1
Seat Post
11
1
Right Pedal (R)
5
1
Adjustment Knob (pre-installed)
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1
Water Bottle Holder
6
1
Seat
13
1
Media Tray
7
1
Console Mast (with pre-installed Handlebar Bracket)
6
Note: M
edia Cable is attached to the Console.
Description
HARDWARE / TOOLs
A
B
C
Item
Qty
A
4
Carriage Bolt M8 x 65
B
8
Arc Washer M8
C
4
Acorn Nut M8
D
4
Hex Screw M8 x 15
D
Description
Tools
Included Not Included
6 mm
(recommended)
13mm/17mm
15 mm
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ASSEMBLY
1. Attach Stabilizers to Main Frame
Note: M
ake sure the Schwinn® decal on the Rear Stabilizer faces outward from the machine.
X4
A
2
1
X4
3
C
B
2. Install Pedals
Note: T
he Left Pedal is reverse-threaded. Be sure to attach Pedals on the proper side of the Bike. Orientation
is based from a seated position on the bike. The Left Pedal has an “L”, the Right Pedal an “R”.
11 (R)
10 (L)
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3. Attach Seat to Seat Post and Frame
Note: H
ardware is pre-installed on Seat and not on Hardware Card.
NOTICE: T
he Adjustment Knob is pre-installed on the Main Frame. Make sure the Adjustment Knob engages the Seat
Post.
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Do not set the Seat Post position higher than the stop mark (MAX) on the tube.
X3
5
4
4. Install Console Mast on Main Assembly
NOTICE: Align the clips on the cable connectors and make sure the connectors lock. Do not crimp Console Cable.
X4
D
7
B
6mm
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5. Install Handlebars on Console Mast
Note: Hardware is pre-installed on Console Mast and not on Hardware Card.
NOTICE: M
ake sure the Handlebar Bracket (7a) has an equal distance between the two ends of the bracket and the
bracket mount on the Console Mast.
Do not crimp the cables.
7
=
9
7a
X2
=
6mm
9a
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6. Attach Media Tray to Console and Install Console on Console Mast
Note: B
efore you attach the Media Tray, remove the protective plastic film from the front of the console. Be sure the
tabs on the Media Tray snap into the Console.
Remove the pre-installed screws from the back of the Console before you connect the cables.
NOTICE: D
o not crimp the cables. Make sure that the switch (8a) on the back of the Console is set to B (bike).
8
8a
13
8
#2
7. Install Water Bottle Holder
Note: T
he hardware is pre-installed on the Console Mast and not on the hardware card.
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X2
6mm
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8. Install Batteries in Console
Note: The console uses D size batteries (LR20). Make
sure that the batteries point in the direction
of the +/– indicators in the battery bay. If you
use rechargeable batteries, the optional power
adapter will not recharge the batteries.
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Do not mix old and new batteries.
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Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or
rechargeable (Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, etc) batteries.
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Optional Power Adapter
The console for your machine can operate on battery power or AC power. For AC power, it is necessary to order the
optional Power Adapter. If batteries and the Power Adapter are installed, the console will use the Power Adapter to operate.
Note: If you use rechargeable batteries, the optional Power Adapter will not recharge the batteries.
After the machine is fully assembled, connect the Power Adaptor to the console and the wall outlet.
NOTICE: If you use a power adapter for your bike, make sure that the cord stays clear of the path of the pedals.
Attach the cord to the machine with zipties as shown:
NOTICE: It is recommended to remove batteries when they are not used, to avoid damage from battery corrosion.
To order the optional Power Adapter, go to:
www.schwinnfitness.com/powersupply
Or call 1 (800) 605–3369.
9. Final Inspection
Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and components are properly assembled.
Be sure to record the serial number in the field provided at the front of this manual.
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Do not use or put the machine into service until the machine has been fully assembled and inspected for correct
performance in accordance with the Owner’s Manual.
BEFORE YOU START
Leveling Your Bike
The levelers are the polygonal end caps on the Rear Stabilizer. Turn the end cap to adjust the level.
Make sure the bike is level and stable before you exercise.
Moving Your Bike
To move the upright bike, carefully tilt the Handlebars toward you while pushing the front of the bike downward. Push the
bike to the desired location.
NOTICE: Be careful when you move the bike. Abrupt motions can affect the computer operation.
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Important Safety Instructions
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This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Before using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
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Read and understand the complete Manual. Keep the Manual for future reference.
ead and understand all warnings on this machine. If at any time the Warning stickers become loose, unreadable
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or dislodged, contact Nautilus® Customer Service for replacement stickers.
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Children must not be let on or near to this machine. Moving parts and other features of the machine can be
dangerous to children.
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Not intended for use by anyone under 14 years of age.
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Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your
chest, become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values
calculated or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
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Before each use, examine this machine for loose parts or signs of wear. Do not use if found in this condition. Monitor
the Seat, Pedals, and Crank Arms closely. Contact Nautilus® Customer Service for repair information.
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Maximum user weight limit: 275 lbs. (125 kg). Do not use if you are over this weight.
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This machine is for home use only.
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Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. This machine contains moving parts. Do not put fingers or other objects into
moving parts of the exercise equipment.
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Set up and operate this machine on a solid, level, horizontal surface.
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Make the Pedals stable before you step on them. Use caution when you step on and off the machine.
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Disconnect all power before servicing this machine.
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Do not operate this machine outdoors or in moist or wet locations. Keep the foot pedals clean and dry.
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Keep at least 24” (0.6 m) on each side of the machine clear. This is the recommended safe distance for access and
passage around and emergency dismounts from the machine. Keep third parties out of this space when machine is
in use.
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Do not over exert yourself during exercise. Operate the machine in the manner described in this manual.
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Correctly adjust and safely engage all Positional Adjustment Devices. Make sure that the Adjustment Devices do not
hit the user.
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Exercise on this machine requires coordination and balance. Be sure to anticipate that changes in speed and
resistance level can occur during workouts, and be attentive in order to avoid loss of balance and possible injury.
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FEATURES
A
FUN RIDES
CHALLENGES
ROLLING HILLS
UPHILL FINISH
RIDE IN THE PARK
B
CROSS-TRAINING
MOUNTAINS
PIKES PEAK
PYRAMIDS
S
ES
QUICK
START
N
FU
ES
IN
RID
TA
UN
MO
NG
LE
AL
CH
ENTER
R
START
STOP
C
O
Q
K
Q
P
J
D
I
E
H
N
L
F
M
G
A
Console
J
Water Bottle Holder
B
Handlebars, Upright
K
Contact Heart Rate (CHR) Sensors
C
Adjustable Seat
L
Power Connector
D
Adjustment Knob
M
Battery Bay
E
Fully Shrouded Flywheel
N
Machine Type Switch
F
Levelers
O
Media Tray
G
Stabilizers
P
MP3 Input
H
Transport Rollers
Q
Speakers
I
Pedals
R
Media Cable
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Console Features
The Console provides important information about your workout and lets you control the resistance levels while you
exercise. The Console has a grid display with touch control buttons to navigate you through the exercise programs.
Keypad Functions
QUICK START
Begins a Quick Start workout
START/STOPStarts a Program workout, pauses an
active workout, and if pushed again,
will end the workout
FUN RIDES
CHALLENGES
ROLLING HILLS
FUN RIDES
egins selection of a FUN RIDES
B
workout
MOUNTAINSBegins selection of a MOUNTAINS
workout
CHALLENGES
egins selection of a CHALLENGES
B
workout
UPHILL FINISH
RIDE IN THE PARK
CROSS-TRAINING
MOUNTAINS
PIKES PEAK
PYRAMIDS
NS
S
DE
QUICK
START
N
FU
RI
ES
I
TA
UN
MO
NG
LE
AL
CH
ENTER
START
STOP
ENTERConfirms information
Increase ()Increases a value (time or workout
resistance level)
Decrease ()
ecreases a value (time, or workout
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resistance level)
Note: T
he Console keypad will not adjust the sound
output for a connected media device. Use the
volume control on the media device.
LCD Display Data
Program Display
The Program Display shows the name of the program selection and the grid area shows the course profile for the
program. Each column in the profile shows one interval (workout segment). The higher the column, the higher the
resistance level for that interval. The flashing column shows your current interval.
Program
display
Battery
indicator
Time
The TIME display field shows the time count in the workout. If no preset time is set up for the current workout program,
the display value starts at zero and counts forward until the end of the workout. Maximum time is 99:59.
If the workout has a preset time, the display starts at the preset value and counts down to zero. The display shows the
total time count for the workout.
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Speed / Distance
The SPEED/DISTANCE display field shows the machine speed in kilometers per hour (km/h) or miles per hour (mph) for 6
seconds, then the Distance for 6 seconds. The Distance display shows the distance count (miles or km) in the workout.
Note: To change the measurement units to English Imperial or metric, refer to the “Changing Unit Measures” section in
this manual.
RPM / KCAL (Calories)
The RPM/KCAL display field shows the machine revolutions per minute (RPM) for 6 seconds, then the KCAL display
shows the estimated calories that you have burned during the exercise for 6 seconds.
Level / HR (Heart Rate)
The LEVEL/HR display field shows the current resistance level (1–8) for 6 seconds, then your Heart Rate for 6 seconds.
The HR display shows the heart rate in beats per minute (BPM) from the Contact Heart Rate sensors.
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Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values
calculated or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
Results Indicator
The RESULTS indicator comes on when the Console shows the workout data results.
Battery Indicator
The Battery Indicator comes on when the battery power is low.
Contact Heart Rate Sensors
Contact Heart Rate (CHR) sensors send your heart rate signals to the Console. The CHR sensors are the stainless steel
parts of the Handlebars. To use, put your hands comfortably around the sensors. Be sure that your hands touch both the
top and the bottom of the sensors. Hold firm, but not too tight or loose. Both hands must make contact with the sensors
for the Console to detect a pulse. After the Console detects four stable pulse signals, your initial pulse rate will be shown.
Once the Console has your initial heart rate, do not move or shift your hands for 10 to 15 seconds. The Console will now
validate the heart rate. Many factors influence the ability of the sensors to detect your heart rate signal:
• Movement of the upper body muscles (including arms) produces an electrical signal (muscle artifact) that can interfere
with pulse detection. Slight hand movement while in contact with the sensors can also produce interference.
• Calluses and hand lotion may act as an insulating layer to reduce the signal strength.
• Some Electrocardiogram (EKG) signals generated by individuals are not strong enough to be detected by the sensors.
CHR detection may be limited to walking or slow jogging due to the extreme muscle artifacts and hand motion generated
by a comfortable running style. If your heart rate signal ever seems erratic after validation, wipe off your hands and the
sensors and try again.
Heart Rate Calculations
Your maximum heart rate usually decreases from 220 Beats Per Minute (BPM) in childhood to approximately 160 BPM by
age 60. This fall in heart rate is usually linear, decreasing by approximately one BPM for each year. There is no indication
that training influences the decrease in maximum heart rate. Individuals of the same age could have different maximum
heart rates. It is more accurate to find this value by getting a stress test than by using an age related formula.
Your at-rest heart rate is influenced by endurance training. The typical adult has an at rest heart rate of approximately 72
BPM, whereas highly trained runners may have readings of 40 BPM or lower.
The Heart Rate table is an estimate of what Heart Rate Zone (HRZ) is effective to burn fat and better your cardiovascular
system. Physical conditions vary, therefore, your individual HRZ could be several beats higher or lower than what is
shown.
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The most efficient procedure to burn fat during exercise is to start at a slow pace and gradually increase your intensity
until your heart rate reaches between 60 – 85% of your maximum heart rate. Continue at that pace, keeping your heart
rate in that target zone for over 20 minutes. The longer you maintain your target heart rate, the more fat your body will
burn.
The graph is a brief guideline, describing the generally suggested target heart rates based on age. As noted above, your
optimal target rate may be higher or lower. Consult your physician for your individual target heart rate zone.
Note: As with all exercises and fitness regimens, always use your best judgment when you increase your exercise
time or intensity.
Heart Rate BPM (beats per minute)
FAT-BURNING TARGET HEART RATE
250
200
196
167
191
162
186
158
150
100
118
115
112
181
154
109
176
150
106
145
103
166
141
100
161
137
97
156
133
94
151
128
91
146
126
88
50
0
20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60-64 65-69
Age
Maximum Heart Rate
Target Heart Rate Zone
(keep within this range
for optimum fat-burning)
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171
70+
Operations
What to Wear
Wear rubber-soled athletic shoes. You will need the appropriate clothes for exercise that allow you to move freely.
How Often Should You Exercise
Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
• 3 times a week for 30 minutes each day.
• Schedule workouts in advance and try to follow the schedule.
Seat Adjustment
Correct seat placement encourages exercise efficiency and comfort, while reducing the risk of
injury.
1. With a Pedal in the forward position, center the ball of your foot over the center of it. Your leg
should be bent slightly at the knee.
2. If your leg is too straight or your foot cannot touch the Pedal, move the seat down on the upright bike. If your leg is bent too much, move the seat up.
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Step off the bike before you adjust the seat.
Loosen and pull the adjustment knob on the seat tube. Adjust the seat to the desired height.
Release the adjustment knob to engage the locking pin. Be sure that the pin is fully engaged and
fully tighten the knob.
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Do not set the Seat Post position higher than the stop mark (MAX) on the tube.
Foot Position / Pedal Strap Adjustment
Foot pedals with straps provide secure footing to the exercise bike.
1. Put the ball of each foot on the Pedals.
2. Rotate the Pedals until one can be reached.
3. Fasten the strap over the shoe.
4. Repeat for the other foot.
Be sure toes and knees point directly forward to ensure maximum Pedal efficiency. Pedal straps
can be left in position for subsequent workouts.
Power-Up / Idle Mode
The Console operates on (4) D sized batteries. Once installed, the Console will enter POWER-UP mode if any button is
pushed, or if it receives an indication from the RPM sensor as a result of pedaling the machine.
Note: An optional power adapter is available from www.schwinnfitness.com/powersupply or call 1(800) 605–3369.
Auto Shut-Off (Sleep Mode)
If the Console does not receive any input or there is no pedal movement in approximately 5 minutes, it will automatically
shut off. The LCD display is off while in Sleep Mode.
Note: The Console does not have an On/Off switch.
Quick Start / Manual Program
The Quick Start / Manual program lets you start a workout without entering any information.
1. Sit on the seat.
2. Push the QUICK START button and start to pedal.
3. T
o change the resistance level, push the Increase/Decrease buttons. The default Quick Start resistance level is 1. The
time will count up from 00:00.
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Changing Resistance Levels
Push the Increase() or Decrease() buttons to change the resistance level at any time in a workout program.
Profile Programs
These programs automate different resistances and workout levels.
Fun Rides
Rolling Hills Ride in the Park
Mountains
Pike’s Peak Pyramids
Challenges
Uphill Finish Cross-Training
To start a Profile Program:
1. Step on the machine.
2. Push the button for the desired Profile Program type: Fun Rides, Mountains or Challenges. The display shows the first
option for that type—for example, the Rolling Hills program for the Fun Rides type. Push the button again to toggle
between option 1 and option 2.
3. To adjust the time of the workout, push ENTER. The default value is 15 minutes. Use the Increase() or Decrease()
buttons to change it, and push ENTER.
4. Use the Increase() and Decrease() buttons to change the resistance level (default level is 3, maximum level is 8),
and push ENTER.
5. Push the START/STOP button to start the Profile workout.
Pausing or Stopping
1. Stop pedaling and push the START / STOP button to pause your workout.
2. To continue your workout, push START/STOP and start pedaling.
To end the workout, push the STOP/START button.
Results
When you complete, pause or cancel a workout, the Console will show your current workout value totals and averages. If
there is no activity for 5 minutes, the Console will enter Sleep Mode.
Changing Unit Measures (English Imperial/Metric)
To change the measurement units (for distance and speed) to English Imperial or metric:
1.Push and hold the ENTER and START / STOP buttons for 3 seconds to go to Engineering Mode.
2. T
he display shows the current unit of measurement. Push the Increase/Decrease buttons to change between English
Imperial (MILES) or Metric (KM) units.
3.Push ENTER to set your selection.
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MAINTENANCE
Read all maintenance instructions fully before you start any repair work. In some conditions, an assistant is necessary to do
the necessary tasks.
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Equipment must be regularly examined for damage and repairs. The owner is responsible to make sure that regular
maintenance
is done. Worn, damaged or loose components must be repaired or replaced immediately. Only manufacWA
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turer supplied components can be used to maintain and repair the equipment.
DANGER
AT T E N T I O N
Daily:
IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIRED
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug the power cord and wait 5 minutes before cleaning,
maintaining or repairing this machine.
Before each use, examine the exercise machine for loose, broken, damaged, or worn parts.
Do not use if found in this condition. Repair or replace all parts at the first sign of wear or damage.
After each workout, use a damp cloth to wipe your machine and Console free of sweat.
Note: Avoid excessive moisture on the Console.
CAUTION
Check for smooth seat adjustment operation. If needed, sparingly apply a thin coating of silicone
lube to ease operation. Clean the machine to remove any dust, dirt or grime from the surfaces.
Weekly:
Note: Do not use petroleum based products.
Monthly
or after 20 hours:
Check pedals and crank arms and tighten as necessary. Make sure all bolts and screws are tight.
Tighten as necessary.
Yearly:
Replace the console batteries every year (as necessary).
NOTICE: Do not clean with a petroleum based solvent or an automotive cleaner. Be sure to keep the Console free of
moisture.
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MAINTENANCE
A
G
F
E
H
I
X U
T
K
W
B
S
V
H
B
J
L
N
R
C
M
P
D
O
Q
D
C
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P
O
A
Console
I
Handlebars
Q
Levelers
B
Console Mast
J
HR Cables
R
Flywheel
C
Pedals
K
CHR Sensors
S
Brake Assembly
D
Crank Arms
L
Seat
T
RPM Sensor
E
Battery Bay
M
Seat Post
U
Speed Sensor Magnet
F
AC Power Connector N
Adjustment Knob
V
Servo Motor
G
Machine Type Switch O
Shrouds
W
Drive Belt
H
Data Cable
Center Plates
X
Drive Pulley
P
Replacing the Console Batteries
If the Battery Indicator comes on, replace the batteries in the back of the console with fresh batteries. Make sure the
batteries point in the +/– direction shown in the battery bay.
Note: The console uses D size batteries (LR20). If you use rechargeable batteries, the optional power adapter will not
recharge the batteries.
!
Do not mix old and new batteries.
Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or rechargeable (Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, etc) batteries.
X4
+
–
Machine Type Switch
The Machine Type switch (N) on the Console is preset at the factory to B (bike) or E (elliptical). If you replace the console,
it will possibly be necessary to set the switch for your machine. After you set the switch, it is necessary to turn the power
off and then turn it back on to start the new mode of operation.
NOTICE: Make sure that the Machine Type is set correctly to give more accurate calculations for Distance, Speed
and Calories values.
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Troubleshooting
Condition/Problem
No display/partial display/
unit will not turn on
Things to Check
Solution
If bike has AC adapter, check Make sure unit is plugged into a functioning wall outlet.
electrical (wall) outlet
If bike has AC adapter, check Connection should be secure and undamaged. Replace
connection at unit
adapter or connection at unit if either are damaged.
If bike has batteries, check
Battery Indicator on console
or check batteries.
Replace the batteries. It may be necessary to replace the
batteries although the Battery Indicator is not on.
Check data cable integrity
All wires in cable should be intact. If any are visibly crimped
or cut, replace cable.
Check data cable
connections/orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly.
Small latch on connector should line up and snap into
place.
Check console display for
damage
Check for visual sign that console display is cracked or
otherwise damaged. Replace Console if damaged.
Console Display
If Console only has partial display and all connections are
fine, replace the Console.
If the above steps do not resolve the problem, contact
Customer Care for further assistance.
Unit operates but Contact
HR not displayed
HR cable connection at
Console
Be sure cable is connected securely to Console.
Sensor grip
Be sure hands are centered on HR sensors. Hands must
be kept still with relatively equal pressure applied to each
side.
Dry or calloused hands
Sensors may have difficulty with dried out or calloused
hands. A conductive electrode cream (heart rate cream)
can help make better conduct. This is available on the web
or at medical or some larger fitness stores.
Handlebars
If tests reveal no other issues, Handlebars should be
replaced.
Console displays “E2” error Check data cable integrity
code
Check data cable
connections/orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly.
Small latch on connector should line up and snap into
place.
Console electronics
If tests reveal no other issues, Console should be replaced.
No speed/RPM reading,
Check data cable integrity
Console displays “E3” error
code
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All wires in cable should be intact. If any are cut or
crimped, replace cable.
All wires in cable should be intact. If any are cut or
crimped, replace cable.
Check data cable
connections/orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly.
Small latch on connector should line up and snap into
place.
Check magnet position
(requires shroud removal)
Magnet should be in place on pulley.
Check RPM Sensor (requires
shroud removal)
RPM sensor should be aligned with magnet and
connected to data cable. Realign sensor if necessary.
Replace if there is any damage to the sensor or the
connecting wire.
Console shuts off (enters
sleep mode) while in use
Check data cable integrity
All wires in the cable should be intact. If any are cut or
crimped, replace cable.
Check data cable
connections/orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly.
Small latch on connector should line up and snap into
place.
Reset machine
Unplug unit from electrical outlet for 3 minutes. Reconnect
to outlet.
If bike has batteries, check
If the battery level shows low or no power, replace the batBattery Level icon on console teries.
or check batteries.
Check magnet position
(requires shroud removal)
Magnet should be in place on pulley.
Check RPM Sensor
Contact Customer Care for further assistance.
Check leveler adjustment
Leveling feet may be turned in or out to level bike.
Check surface under unit
Adjustment may not be able to compensate for extremely
uneven surfaces. Move bike to level area.
Pedals loose/unit difficult
to pedal
Check pedal to crank
connection
Pedal should be tightened securely to crank. Be sure connection is not cross-threaded.
Clicking sound when
pedaling
Check pedal to crank
connection
Remove pedals and reattach fully.
Seat post movement
Check locking pin
Be sure adjustment pin is locked into one of the seat post
adjustment holes.
Check adjustment knob
Be sure knob is securely tightened.
Unit rocks/does not sit
level
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WARRANTY
Who Is Covered
This warranty is valid only to the original purchaser and is not transferable or applicable to any other person(s).
What Is Covered
Nautilus, Inc. warrants that this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship, when used for the purpose intended, under normal conditions, and provided it receives
proper care and maintenance as described in the Product’s Assembly and Owner’s manual. This warranty is good only for authentic, original, legitimate machines manufactured by
Nautilus, Inc. and sold through an authorized agent and used in the United States or Canada.
Terms
•
Frame 3 years
•
Mechanical parts
1 year
•
Electronics
1 year
•
Wear items 60 days
•
Labor 60 days
(Labor support does not include the installation of replacement parts involved in the initial product assembly and preventative maintenance services.)
How Nautilus Will Support the Warranty
Throughout the terms of the warranty coverage, Nautilus, Inc. will repair any machine that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. Nautilus reserves the right to replace
the product in the event a repair is not possible. When Nautilus determines replacement is the correct remedy, Nautilus may apply a limited credit reimbursement toward another
Nautilus Inc. brand Product, at our discretion. This reimbursement may be prorated based on length of ownership. Nautilus, Inc. provides repair service within major metropolitan
areas. Nautilus, Inc reserves the right to charge the consumer for travel outside these areas. Nautilus Inc. is not responsible for dealer labor or maintenance charges beyond the
applicable warranty period(s) stated herein. Nautilus, Inc. reserves the right to substitute material, parts or products of equal or better quality if identical materials or products are
not available at the time of service under this warranty. Any replacement of the product under the terms of the Warranty in no way extends the original Warranty period. Any
limited credit reimbursement may be prorated based on length of ownership. THESE REMEDIES ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDIES FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
What You Must Do
•
Retain appropriate and acceptable Proof of Purchase.
•
Operate, maintain, and inspect the Product as specified in the Product Documentation (Manuals, (Assembly, Owner’s Manuals, etc.).
•
Product must be used exclusively for the purpose intended.
•
Notify Nautilus within 30 days after detecting an issue with the Product.
•
Install replacement parts or components in accordance with any Nautilus instructions.
•
Perform diagnostic procedures with a trained Nautilus, Inc representative if requested.
What Is Not Covered
•
Damage due to abuse, tampering or modification of the Product, failure to properly follow assembly instructions, maintenance instructions, or safety warnings as stated in the
Product Documentation (Assembly, Owner’s Manuals, etc), damage due to improper storage or the effect of environmental conditions such as moisture or weather, misuse,
mishandling, accident, natural disasters, power surges.
•
A machine placed or used in a commercial or institutional setting. This includes gyms, corporations, work places, clubs, fitness centers and any public or privately entity that
has a machine for use by its members, customers, employees or affiliates.
•
Damage caused by exceeding maximum user weights as defined in the Product’s Owner’s manual or warning label.
•
Damage due to normal usage and wear and tear.
•
This warranty does not extend to any territories or countries outside the United States and Canada.
How to Obtain Service
For Products purchased directly from Nautilus, Inc. contact the Nautilus office listed on the Contacts page of the products Owner’s manual. You may be required to return the
defective component to a specified address for repair or inspection, at your expense. Standard ground shipping of any warranty replacement parts will be paid by Nautilus, Inc. For
products purchased from a retailer, you may be asked to contact your retailer for warranty support.
Exclusions
The preceding warranties are the sole and exclusive express warranties made by Nautilus, Inc. They supersede any prior, contrary or additional representations, whether oral or
written. No agent, representative, dealer, person or employee has the authority to alter or increase the obligations or limitations of this warranty. Any implied warranties, including
the WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY and any WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, are limited in duration to the term of the applicable express warranty
provided above, whichever is longer. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Limitation of Remedies
EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IS LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY COMPONENT DEEMED BY
NAUTILUS, INC. TO BE DEFECTIVE UNDER THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS STATED HEREIN. IN NO EVENT WILL NAUTILUS, INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR ECONOMIC DAMAGES, REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OF LIABILITY (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, PRODUCT LIABILITY, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
TORT) OR FOR ANY LOST REVENUE, PROFIT, DATA, PRIVACY OR FOR ANY PUNITIVE DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE USE OF THE FITNESS MACHINE EVEN IF
NAUTILUS, INC. HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL
PURPOSE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL TYPE DAMAGES SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU.
State Laws
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
Expirations
If the warranty has expired, Nautilus, Inc. may assist with replacements or repairs to parts and labor, but there will be a charge for these services. Contact a Nautilus® office for
information on post-warranty parts and services. Nautilus® does not guarantee availability of spare parts after expiration of warranty period.
International Purchases
If you purchased your machine outside of the United States consult your local distributor or dealer for warranty coverage.
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