VR1® Lat/Row
Owner’s Manual
Strength Systems
Part Number 13250-999-4 E
www.cybexintl.com
Table of Contents
Safety
Safety Guidelines And Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Securing Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warnings and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Label Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Assembly
Machine Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Tools Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Assembly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Environment and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Exercise
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Maintenance
Daily Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weekly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Yearly Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Belt Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customer Service
Product Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacting Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Return Material Authoriazation (RMA) . . . . . . . . . . .
Damaged Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety
Safety Guidelines And Practices
Cybex International partners with equipment owners to establish the safest and most effective setup
of Cybex equipment. Cybex International urges each facility owner to carefully follow all safety
precautions. Following theses precautions are the best protection against personal injury or damage
to equipment or facility.
The most important safety precaution is to maximize stability for every piece of equipment. The
equipment should be securely anchored to the floor. It is imperative the floor be level.
Cybex recommends that all fitness equipment be used in a supervised area. It is recommended that
the equipment be located in an access controlled area. Control is the responsibility of the owner. The
extent of control is at the discretion of the owner.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser/owners of Cybex products to read and understand the owner’s
manual, and warning labels; as well as instruct all individuals, whether end users or supervising
personnel, on proper usage of the equipment.
Read the Owner’s Manual carefully before assembling, servicing, or using the equipment. In an
institutional environment, it is the facility owner’s responsibility to properly instruct users on the proper
operation of the equipment and to warn them of the potential hazards.
Follow and enforce the User Safety Precautions to protect both the user and the equipment.
Keep children away from selectorized strength equipment. Teenagers or disabled users must be
supervised.
Do not allow anyone, including trainers, to use equipment in a manner other than shown on the
instructional placards located on every machine.
It is the responsibility of the facility owner and/or owner of the equipment to instruct users on proper
operation of the equipment and review all labels.
WARNING: Serious injury or death could occur if these safety precautions are not
followed:
User Safety Precautions
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ead all warnings posted on the machine. Warnings are posted on each machine to alert the
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user to potential problems. Following warning labels will prevent injury or equipment damage.
ead and understand warning labels and instructional placards prior to exercising. Obtain
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instruction prior to use. Each machine has instructions posted on the equipment for proper
use.
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se the selectorized and plate loaded machines as shown on placards. DO NOT modify the
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machine.
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ever pin the weights in an elevated position. DO NOT use the machine if found in this condition.
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Seek assistance from floor staff. Weights pinned up have the potential to fall if the user pulls the
pin. Floor staff should lower the weights to prevent potential problems.
•
e certain that the weight pin is completely inserted (for selectorized strength equipment that
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employ weight stacks). If the pin is not completely inserted the user may accidentally drop the
weights if the pin falls out.
•
ever use dumbbells or other means to incrementally increase the weight resistance. Use only
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those means provided by the manufacturer for the equipment. Altering the machine design by
adding additional weight as with dumbbells or other means can injure the user, may damage the
equipment, and will void the warranty.
•
et up, anchor, and operate selectorized strength equipment on a solid level surface. If the floor is
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not level the equipment is not stable.
•
DO NOT wear loose or dangling clothing or jewelry while using selectorized strength equipment.
Stay clear of all moving components. Loose clothing or dangling jewelry can become entangled in
moving parts and potentially cause severe injury or damage.
•
onsult a physician prior to commencing an exercise program. If at any time during exercise you
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feel faint, dizzy or experience pain, stop and consult your physician. Users must be responsible
and cautious with the condition of their own health. Consulting a physician before beginning a
program can alert the user to the personal risk if health is an issue.
•
Use a spotter for Free Weight equipment. A spotter adds an additional level of safety.
•
O NOT exceed the maximum specified user weight. Too much weight on a machine may prevent
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it from proper function or damage the machine.
•
O NOT use if equipment appears damaged or inoperable upon inspection. If the equipment
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appears damaged or inoperable- contact the floor staff.
•
DO NOT attempt to fix a broken or jammed equipment. Notify floor staff. It is the owner’s
responsibility to repair broken or jammed equipment.
•
O NOT use if guards are missing or damaged. A missing or broken guard should be replaced by
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a qualified technician. Guards prevent things from interfering with function.
•
DO NOT remove any labeling from equipment. Replace any damaged labels. Labels give users
specific information and alerts. Replacing damaged labels ensures users can read the labels for
information provided.
Facility Safety Precautions
•
•
Read the Owner’s Manual carefully before assembling, servicing or using the equipment.
It is the sole responsibility of the user/owner or facility operator to ensure that regular maintenance
is performed.
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Inspect the equipment for worn or loose components prior to use. Tighten/replace any loose or
worn components before to using. Pay close attention to belts, cables, grips or pulleys and their
connections. Always look for potential problems in equipment condition. Loose components should
be tightened to function properly. Replacing worn components maintains the equipment is in the
best condition for regular use.
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o maximize stability, securely anchor each machine to the floor using the anchor holes provided
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in each machine. Each machine must be set up, anchored, and operated on a solid level surface.
Do not install equipment on an uneven surface!
DANGER !
Death or serious injury will occur if the
following requirements are not met:
ybex is not able to anchor the equipment due to local building codes.
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The owner is responsible for the actual anchoring of equipment.
Consult with a professional contractor.
Use fasteners having a minimum of 500 lbs. tensile capacity -- Cybex
recommends 3/8” grade 2 bolts or better.
If legs/frame does not contact surface, DO NOT pull down with
anchors. Shim any leg or frame not in contact with surface using flat
washers.
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Ensure that all users are properly trained on how to use the equipment.
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erify there is enough room for safe access and operation of the equipment. Spacing requirements
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for each piece of equipment vary depending on placement. The Assembly section gives equipment
dimensions but it is up to the facility to verify there is clearance between and around each machine
to operate without interference.
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erform regular maintenance checks on the equipment as detailed in the Maintenance section
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of this manual. Inspect all areas most susceptible to wear, including, (but not limited to) cables,
pulleys, belts, and grips.
•
Immediately replace worn or damaged components. If unable to immediately replace worn or
damaged components then remove from service until the repair is made.
•
Use only Cybex supplied components to maintain/repair the equipment.
•
Keep a repair log of all maintenance activities.
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Display the Facility Safety Sign so it is visible and prominent.
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Securing Equipment
Do not use machine until it is properly anchored.
The machine has holes in the feet, which allow for ease in anchoring to the floor. All anchoring holes
must be used to maximize stability. Equipment must be secured to a solid, level surface to eliminate
rocking, tipping, or falling over due to incorrect usage and misuse.
he solid, level surface should not deviate more than 1/8” over a 10’ distance or as defined and
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required by local building and architectural codes.
Anchoring of equipment must be completed by a qualified licensed contractor.
ue to the wide variation of flooring on which machines may be anchored or installed, verify
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anchoring method and anchoring fasteners with a qualified and licensed contractor.
A minimum pull out force of 220 lbs/100 kgs is required for each anchor position.
PROPER USAGE
Use equipment only as described in the manual or on the placards located on each machine. Failing
to follow proper instructions may result in injury.
STANDARD COMPLIANCE
Cybex products meets applicable ASTM and EN Standards.
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Warnings and Cautions
Warning decals indicate a potentially hazardous situation that could result in death or serious injury if
the precautions are not observed.
Caution decals indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in minor
or moderate injury.
Keep away from moving
parts to avoid injury.
2.25
ications
4000Y316-4 A
R .25
4 PLACES
SAFETY ORANGE PMS 152
BLACK TRIANGLE W/ORANGE
EXCLAMATION POINT, BLACK LETTERS
21 PT ARIAL BOLD FONT
8.25 PT ARIAL FONT
4. Inspect machine prior to use. DO
Personal injury may occur.
SERIOUS INJURY
COULD OCCUR IF
THESE PRECAUTIONS
ARE NOT OBSERVED
WARNING
Master Artwork
3. Keep body and clothing free from
and clear of all moving parts.
CAUTION
NGLE
POINT,
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2. Read and understand warning labels
and user manual prior to exercising.
Obtain instruction prior to use.
R .25
4 PLACES
ND WITH
BOLD TEXT.
1. Obtain a medical exam prior to
beginning an exercise program.
LLOW PMS 108
UND. BLACK TRIANGLE
W EXCLAMATION POINT,
TERS 18 PT ARIAL BOLD
12 PT ARIAL FONT
SAFETY ORANGE PMS 152
BLACK TRIANGLE W/ ORANGE
EXCLAMATION POINT, BLACK LETTERS
23 PT ARIAL BOLD FONT
The diagram following the decals show where each decal is located.
IN SET .06
WHITE
MATERIAL:
WHITE BACKGROUND WITH
BLACK 11 PT ARIAL BOLD TEXT
DIMENSIONS
IN INCHES
GENERAL
TOLERANCES:
EXCEPT AS NOTED
REMOVE ALL BURRS
BREAK SHARP EDGES
.005/.010 R
TITLE:
CAUTION DEC
EXCEPT AS NOTED SURFACE FINISH
ALL MATERIAL MUST COMPLY TO
MATERIAL:
INDICATED PER
2
± .03 ALL BURRS
DIMENSIONS DECIMALS
EUROPEAN UNION DIRECTIVE
PART NUMBER
OWATONN
REMOVE
ANSI
B46.1-1985
DATE
DWG. BY
DIMENS
3 DECIMALS
± .015
2002/95/EC
BREAK
SHARP EDGES
IN INCHES
7 PT ARIAL
BOLD RoHS (RESTRICTION
IN INCH
OF
HAZARDOUS
SUBSTANCES)
TITLE:
.005/.010
R
ANGLES
±
1°
REMOVE
CARBURIZATION
JKW
8/16/2006
THIS NOTE REFERS TO ALL PLASTIC PARTS GENERAL
GENERA
AND SCALE FROM LASER
DATE
CHECKED BY
AND ASSEMBLIES CONTAINING PLASTICS.
TOLERANCES:FEATURESSURFACE
TOLERA
SHOWN FINISH
FINISH:
-311-X
for specificatons
AND PLASMA CUT EDGES
ALL MATERIAL MUST COMPLY TO
RAW MATERIAL
AND COMPONENTS ON
INDICATED
PER
PERPENDICULAR
OR
2
DECIMALS
±
.03
EUROPEAN
UNION
DIRECTIVE
2
DECIM
SUB-ASSEMBLIES AND ASSEMBLIES MUST
ANSI
B46.1-1985
TECH. PUBS. APPR.
DATE
2002/95/EC
(RESTRICTION
GENERAL DWG. BY 125 DATE
3 DECIM
SHALL
BE
SIZERoHS
3 DECIMALS ±PARALLEL
.015
SCALE
DWG.
NO.
SHEET
COMPLY WITH EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE
OF
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES)
8/28
BB
JKW
8/28/06
ANGLES
ANGLES ± 1° SO WITHINREMOVE
CARBURIZATION
± 1°
MACHINING
OF 1
1
1:1
B
RoHS 2002/95/EC.
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MATERIAL:
DECAL, CAUTION ENGLISH
FINISH:
FEATURES
SHOWN for
NOTE: See Engineering Drawing
4506-381-X
PERPENDICULAR OR
AND SCALE FROM LASER
specifications.
AND PLASMA CUT EDGES
CHECKED BY
DATE
FINISH:
MFG. APPR.
85
DATE
FEATUR
PERPEN
PARALLE
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Label Placement
4000Y316-X
8500-311-X
8500-025-X
4000Y316-X
4605-381-X
4000Y316-X
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Assembly
Machine Specifications
Total Weight and Size VR1 Lat/Row 13250 Standard Stack
Weight
496 Lbs
225 Kg
Machine Dimensions at Rest
73” L x 50” W x 77” H
185 cm L x 127 cm W x 211 cm H
Machine Dimensions in Use
Same
Same
Total Weight and Size VR1 Lat/Row 13250 Standard Stack
Weight
426 Lbs
194 Kg
Machine Dimensions at Rest
73” L x 50” W x 77” H
185 cm L x 127 cm W x 211 cm H
Machine Dimensions in Use
Same
Same
Tools Required
• 7/32” Allen wrench
• 3/4” Socket or wrench
• Hammer
• 3/16” Pin punch
Two people will be required for this procedure. It is the responsibility of the facility owner/owner of the
equipment to ensure that there is appropriate clearance around each machine to allow for safe use
and passage.
Assembly Procedures
Two people will be required for this procedure.
Read and understand all instructions thoroughly before assembling this unit. Check all items
carefully. If there is damage, see the Customer Service section of this manual for proper procedure to
return, replace, or reorder parts.
Qty
Part Number
Description
5
13000-353
Foot Pad
1
13000-354
Foot Pad
1
13000-355
Foot Pad
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Diagram
LIG
HT
LIG
HT
STA
CK
130
00-
14
WE
IGH
032
1
4800-557
1
99
CK
14
W
pla
tes
ATE
pla
tes
TP
13000-552
STA
470
EIG
0-0
0c0
HT
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70
PL
LAT
470
0c0
ED
97
97
70
DET
AIL
STA
ND
ETA
IL
STA
ARD
STA
CK
98
99
ND
ARD
STA
Decal,
CK Weight Plate (10-150) (Light)
3
8
98
Decal,
38 Weight Plate (10-220) (Standard)
100
38
38
1
14
4700-337
13000-032
96B
96A
9p
late
LIG
late
14
s 47
00c
073
?
4700-338
?A
STA
13000-036
CK
Move to desired location
?A
?B
If
If machine can be
moved without
adding or removing
weight stacks.
If
STA
CK
130
CK
130
WE
00-
ALL MATERIAL MUST COMPLY TO
EUROPEAN UNION DIRECTIVE
2002/95/EC RoHS (RESTRICTION
OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES)
TP
STA
ND
ARD
STA
LAT
CK
Weight Plate Pack (Standard)
00-
030
STA
CK
STA
130
ED
ND
ARD
STA
CK
130
130
ARD
CK
IGH
032
TP
TITLE:
SURFACE FINISH
INDICATED PER
ANSI B46.1-1985
DWG. BY
REMOVE CARBURIZATION
AND SCALE FROM LASER
AND PLASMA CUT EDGES
125
GENERAL
MACHINING
DATE
REL
CHECKED BY
SIZE
B
SCALE
1:1
TECH. PUBS. APPR.
1/8/07
SHEET
2
OF
2
DWG. NO.
1/11/07
13000-552
ARD
STA
ND
ARD
035
STA
CK
130
ARD
00-
035
3. Attach foot pads to each foot of frame.
Then
Two people will be required for this procedure
1. Remove the two Button Head Socket Cap Screws (BHSCS)
securing the top cap to the frame using a 7/32” Allen wrench.
BHSCS
2. Remove top cap and BHSCS.
3. Lift shroud up and out of machine.
10
ARD
00-
2. Remove the four shipping cones using a 3/4” socket or wrench.
Top Cap
-
CK
1. Move to desired location.
If machine needs
weight stacks
removed before
moving to desired
location.
REV.
STA
035
Then
Two people will be required for this procedure
IL
ND
DATE
00-
034
ETA
STA
DATE
BB
MFG. APPR.
DATE
ND
00-
ED
DECAL, WT PLATE (10 - 220)
STA
130
LAT
OWATONNA
REMOVE ALL BURRS
BREAK SHARP EDGES
.005/.010 R
IL
034
STA
WE
00-
ETA
00-
ND
STA
2 DECIMALS ± .03
3 DECIMALS ± .015
ANGLES ± 1°
ND
030
ARD
GENERAL
TOLERANCES:
FEATURES SHOWN
PERPENDICULAR OR
PARALLEL SHALL BE
SO WITHIN ± 1°
FINISH:
IGH
032
130
EXCEPT AS NOTED
STA
00-
ND
130
CK
DIMENSIONS
IN INCHES
1. Font - 40 POINT HELVETICA BOLD.
HORIZONTAL SCALE 80%.
TRACKING -50.
073
STA
HT
?
STA
Weight Stack Plate (Standard)
LIG
?B
NOTES:
00c
HT
9p
STA
MATERIAL:
Weight Plate Pack (Light)
s 47
LIG
1
HT
Weight
Stack Plate (Light)
96
96A
HT
96
100
96B
LIG
Shroud
STA
CK
130
00-
035
STA
CK
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If
Then
4. Remove guide rod caps. Guide rod cap contains a compression
spring that will fly if grasp is not released slowly. Slide spring loaded
guide rod cap down guide rod until cap is clear of frame. Slowly
release grasp of guide rod cap and remove.
Guide
Rod Cap
Guide
Rod Cap
Compression
Spring
Compression
Spring
Guide
Rods
5. Remove guide rod cap and springs.
6. Repeat procedure for opposite guide rods.
If machine needs
weight stacks
removed before
moving to desired
location.
7. Remove spiral pin securing cable end to top weight using a 3/16”
pin punch and hammer.
Cable End
Spiral
Pin
Top Weight
8. Remove lifting post.
9. Remove weight plates
10.Move machine to desired position.
11.Remove the four shipping cones using a 3/4” socket or wrench.
12.Attach foot pads to each foot of frame.
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Securely anchor machine to the floor
Cybex strongly recommends to maximize stability, equipment must be secured to a solid level
surface.
CAUTION: Cybex is not responsible for the actual anchoring of equipment. Consult with
a professional contractor.
WARNING: Use fasteners having a minimum of 500 lbs. tensile capacity (3/8’’ grade 2
bolts or better).
WARNING: If legs/frame does not contact surface, DO NOT pull down with anchors. Shim
any leg or frame not in contact with surface using flat washers.
Install weight plates
1. Install individual weight plates one at at time.
2. Position each weight plate so wide edges of bushings face upward and narrow edges
of bushings face downward.
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NG
RE
COR
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Wide bushing
edge faces upward
The narrow bushing edge
must face downward.
3. Install lifting post.
4. Snap guide rods into position.
Cable routing
1. Verify cable is routed through top of pulley bracket and then route cable end to top weight
connector.
2. Pull cable tight and secure in place with spiral pin using a 3/16” pin punch and a hammer.
Cable End
Spiral
Pin
Top Weight
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3. Place weight stack pin in each plate to verify proper installation.
4. Lift top weight up and down simulating normal operation (without selecting any resistance).
5. Verify that the cable is moving smoothly and is routed straight from the pulley bracket to the
top of the weight plate connector.
Install back shroud
1. Place shroud into position.
2. Secure top in place using two BHSCS and 7/32” Allen wrench.
Verify proper operation
Environment and Storage
Static Electricity
To reduce static electricity increase the humidity.
Humidity
The unit is designed to function normally in an environment with a relative humidity range of 30% to
75%. The unit can be shipped and stored in an environment with a relative humidity range of 10% to
90%.
Temperature
The unit is designed to function normally in an environment with an ambient temperature range of
50° F (10° C) to 104° F (40° C). The unit can be shipped and stored in an environment with a relative
humidity range of 10% to 90%.
Do not install, use, or store the unit in an area of high humidity, such as near a steam room, sauna,
indoor pool or outdoors. Extensive exposure to water vapor, chlorine and/or bromine could adversely
affect the equipment.
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Exercise
Intended Use
The intended commercial use of this machine is to aid exercise and improve general physical fitness.
Instructions
ead and understand all instructions and warnings prior to using this machine in the Safety
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section of the Owner’s Manual.
All adjustment points on the machine have yellow handles or knobs.
Lat Pull 1. Adjust arm assembly to the vertical position.
2. Adjust thigh pad for stabilization during exercise.
3. Grasp handles and sit with with thighs under pad.
Row 1. Adjust arm assembly to the horizontal position.
2. Grasp handles and sit with thighs under pad and feet on foot rest.
Lat Pull 1. Pull handles down until elbows are by sides and hands are approximately level with shoulders.
2. Row - Pull handles back to chest.
CAUTION: Serious injury can result if precautions are not followed. Use equipment
only as described in placards located on each machine. Failure to use in the
manner depicted can result in injury.
LAT/ROW
START/FINISH
LAT PULL
START/FINISH
ROW
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Motions Developed
Shoulder Flexion, Elbow Extension
Muscles Used
Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Biceps,
Lower Trapezius, Middle Trapezius,
Rear Deltoid, Rhomboid
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Maintenance
All preventive maintenance activities must be performed on a regular basis. Performing routine
preventive maintenance actions can aid in providing safe, trouble-free operation of all Cybex Strength
Systems equipment.
ybex is not responsible for performing regular inspection and maintenance actions for your
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machines. Instruct all personnel in equipment inspection and maintenance actions and also in
accident reporting/recording. Cybex representatives are available to answer any questions that you
may have.
All inspections and repairs must be performed by trained service personnel only. Cybex will
void warranty if non-Cybex replacement parts are used.
CAUTION
Use only Cybex replacement
parts when servicing.
Failure to do so could result
in personal injury.
NOTE: All insp
and repairs mu
performed by
service person
Cybex will void warranty if
Daily Procedures
non-Cybex replacement parts
When using strong cleaning agents such as rubbing alcohol or bleach, it is advisable to first test in an
inconspicuous area. Otherare
cleaningused.
agents may contain harsh or unknown solvents and are subject to
formula changes by the product manufacturer without notice. Should you desire to use other cleaning
agents, carefully try them in an inconspicuous area to determine potential damage to the material.
Never use harsh solvents or cleaners which are intended for industrial applications. To clean stained
or soiled areas, a soft white cloth is recommended. Avoid use of paper towels.
Cleaning products may be harmful/irritating to your skin, eyes, etc. Use protective gloves and eye
protection. Do Not inhale or swallow any cleaning product. Protect surrounding area/clothing from
exposure. Use in well ventilated area. Follow all product manufacturer’s warnings. CYBEX and
its vendors cannot be held responsible for damage or injuries resulting from the use or misuse of
cleaning products.
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Clean Upholstery
If
Then
1. Prepare a solution of 10% household
liquid soap and warm water.
2. Apply with a soft damp cloth.
Light Soiling
3. If necessary, apply a solution of liquid
cleanser with a soft bristle brush.
4. Dampen a clean soft cloth in water and
wipe residue away.
1. Prepare a solution of 10% household
bleach (sodium hypochlorite) and 90%
water. Dampen a soft white cloth in the
solution.
2. Rub gently on the stained area.
3. Dampen a clean soft cloth in water and
rinse area.
More Difficult Stains
4. If stains are still present, a full strength
household bleach may be used. Allow
bleach to puddle on the affected area
or apply with a bleached-soaked cloth
for approximately 30 minutes. Dampen
a clean soft cloth in water, and rinse
area to remove any remaining bleach
concentration.
1. Dampen a soft white cloth with rubbing
alcohol.
More Difficult Stains (Alternative Method)
2. Gently rub stained area.
3. Dampen a clean soft cloth in water and
rinse area.
1. Apply a light coat of furniture wax for 30
seconds.
Restoring Luster
2. Lightly rub area using a clean white cloth.
Clean Frames
ipe down all frames using a mild solution of warm water and car wash soap. Be sure to dry
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thoroughly. AVOID acid or chlorine based cleaners and also cleaners containing abrasives as these
could scratch or damage the equipment.
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Clean Chrome
Clean chrome tubes, first using chrome polish and then using a car wax seal. Neutral cleaners with a
pH between 5.5 and 8.5 are recommended. Be sure to dry thoroughly. AVOID acid or chlorine based
cleaners and also cleaners containing abrasives as these could scratch or damage the equipment.
Guidelines for cleaning front panel:
se clean soft cloths or sponges for application of cleaners and again for washing and rinsing. Follow
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up each application with warm water rinse.
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DO NOT use abrasives or high alkaline cleaners.
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DO NOT leave cleaners on for long periods, wash immediately.
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DO NOT apply cleaners in direct sunlight or at elevated temperatures.
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DO NOT use scrapers, squeegees, or razors.
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DO NOT clean with gasoline.
Compatible Cleaners and Detergents:
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Formula 409
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Top Job
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Joy
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Palmolive
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Windex with Ammonia D
To Minimize Fine or Hairline Scratches:
Mild automotive polish applied and removed with a soft clean cloth will help fill scratches.
Suggested Polishes:
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Johnson Paste Wax
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Mirror Glaze #10 Plastic Polish (by Mirror Bright Polish Co.)
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Novus Plastics Polish #1, #2 (By Novus Inc.)
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Weekly Procedures
Inspect All Nuts and Bolts
Tighten all loose nuts and bolts as required.
WARNING: Serious
injury or death may result if the following precautions are not
followed. Replace all worn cables and belts. Worn cables and belts can fail if
not replaced.
Inspect cables and belts
Inspect all cables and belts for wear or damage and proper tension. When inspecting cables and
belts, run fingers on the cable or belt, paying particular attention to bends in cables and attachment
points. The following conditions may indicate a worn cable:
Cables
Condition of Cable
Diagram
A tear or crack in the cable sheath
that exposes the cable
A kink in the cable
A curled sheath
Necking - A stretched cable sheath
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Belts
Condition of Belt
3D View
3D or Side View
Peeling of the belt’s skin.
Wave in belt
Belt is necked down (narrow section)
Replace
belt if any Examine edge of belt (both sides).
section is over 1/32” Replace belt if any section is
(.03) narrower than the narrower than the rest.
rest of belt
Cracks or splits
One or more strands of kevlar is
hanging out, or if there is a significant
amount of frayed kevlar.
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CAUTION: Personal injury or property damage may occur if the following precautions
are not followed. Do not use if less than 1/8” of material remains to the edge.
Replace all worn handles immediately. Failure to replace worn handles can
result in injury or property damage.
Inspect bars and handles for wear, paying particular attention to tab area connection points.
Replace bar if less
than 1/8” of material
remains to the edge.
Attachment
Hole
Inspection
Inspect bars and handles for wear, paying
particular attention to tab area connection points.
Inspect snap links for proper latching (indicates
wear).
Inspect all labeling for readability, including
instructional placards, warning and caution
decals.
Inspect all weight stacks for proper alignment
and operation.
Inspect guide rods for lubrication.
Action
Replace all worn handles immediately.
Replace all loose or worn grips immediately.
Replace all worn labeling immediately.
Correct all improper alignment and operation
issues immediately.
Wipe Weight Stack Guide Rods clean over entire
length. Lubricate with a light coat of medium
weight automotive engine oil.
Yearly Procedures
Replace all cables and belts annually
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Cable Adjustment
Tools Required
9/16” Wrench (2)
Four types of cable tension adjustment are used on Cybex Strength Systems:
Cable
Adjustment
Description
Diagram
This type of adjustment uses a jam
nut and a tension adjustment nut at
Jam Nut
the cable cam end as the primary
Adjustment adjustment. The other end of the
cable usually contains a roll pin
adjustment.
This type of adjustment uses a
socket head cap screw (SHCS)
securing a cable rod end bearing to
Rod End
the machine. Primary adjustment
Adjustment
is by turning the rod end bearing.
The other end of the cable usually
contains a roll pin cable adjustment.
This type of adjustment uses a roll
Roll Pin
pin and series of holes in the weight
Adjustment
stack top weight connector.
Jam
Nut
Cable
End
SHCS
Roll
Pin
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Jam Nut
Cable Rod End
Bearing
Nylon
Locknut
Top Weight
Connector
Nut
This type of adjustment uses an
Cam End adjustment bolt on the pulley
Adjustment bracket. Loosen nut and rotate cam
bolt to adjust cable.
Tension
Adjustment
Nut
Cam Bolt
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Belt Adjustment
Tools Required
• 7/32” Wrench
• Torque wrench
(lbs-in)
Belt Adjustment
Action
1. Using a 7/32” Allen wrench loose set screws.
2. Pull belt tight.
Loose Belt
3. Secure belt in place with set screws.
4. Torque set screws to 300-350 lb-in.
5. Verify that the belt is moving smoothly and is routed straight from
the top pulley bracket to the to weight belt clamp
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Customer Service
Product Registration
To register product do the following:
1. Visit www.cybexintl.com.
2. Locate Product Registration in the Support section.
3. Fill out form completely.
4. Click the Submit button to register product.
Contacting Service
Hours of phone service are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern Standard
Time.
For Cybex customers living in the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239.
For Cybex customers living outside the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 508-533-4300 or
fax 508-533-5183. email address internationaltechhelp@cybexintl.com
Find information on the web at www.cybexintl.com.
To contact us online go to www.cybexintl.com. Select Support > Service. In the left navigation panel,
click Get Service - Service Request Form. Fill out form completely and click the Submit Query button.
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Ordering Parts
TTo order parts online go to www.cybexintl.com. Select Support > Parts / Ordering. In the left
navigation panel, click Parts Diagrams - Current Products. Select from the drop down boxes.
To speak with a customer service representative, call 888-462-9239 (for customers living within the
USA) or 508-533-4300 (for customers outside the USA).
The following information located on the serial number decal will assist our Cybex representatives in
serving you.
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Unit Serial Number, Product Name and Model Number
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art Description and Part Number if you have it. All parts can be found on the web at
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www.cybexintl.com
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Shipping Address
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Contact Name
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Include a description of the problem.
In addition to your shipping address and contact name, your account number is helpful but not
required. You may also fax orders to 508-533-5183.
Return Material Authoriazation (RMA)
The Return Material Authorization (RMA) system is used when returning material for placement,
repair or credit. The system assures that returned materials are properly handled and analyzed.
Follow the following procedures carefully.
Contact your authorized Cybex dealer on all warranty-related matters. Your local Cybex dealer will
request a RMA from Cybex, if applicable. Under no circumstances will defective parts or equipment
be accepted by Cybex without proper RMA and an Automated Return Service (ARS) label.
Please contact Cybex Customer Service for the return of any item that is defective.
Provide the technician with a detailed description of the problem you are having or the defect in the
item you wish to return. Provide the model and serial number of your Cybex equipment.
t Cybex’s discretion, the technician may request that you return the problem part(s) to Cybex for
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evaluation and repair or replacement. The technician will assign you a RMA number and will send
you an ARS label. The ARS label and the RMA numbers must be clearly displayed on the outside
of the package that contains the item(s) to be returned. Include the description of the problem, the
serial number of the equipment and the name and address of the owner in the package along with the
part(s).
erchandise returned without an RMA number on the outside of the package or shipments sent COD
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will not be accepted by the Cybex receiving department.
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Damaged Parts
Materials damaged in shipment should not be returned for credit. Shipping damages are the
responsibility of the carrier (UPS, Federal Express, trucking companies, etc.)
Apparent Damage
Upon receipt of your shipment, check all items carefully. Any damage seen with a visual check must
be noted on the freight bill and signed by the carrier’s agent. Failure to do so will result in the carriers
refusal to honor your damage claim. The carrier will provide you with the required forms for filing such
claims.
Concealed Damage
Damage not seen with a visual check upon receipt of a shipment but notices later must be reported
to the carrier as soon as possible. Upon discovery of the damage, a written or phone request to
the carrier asking them to perform an inspection of the materials must be made within ten days of
the delivery date. Keep all shipping containers and packing materials as they will be needed in the
inspection process. The carrier will provide you with an inspection report and the necessary forms for
filing a concealed damage claim. Concealed damage claim is the carrier’s responsibility.
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