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TREADMILL SERVICE MANUAL
T560/T561
Customer Support Services
SERVICE MANUAL
HS Consumer Treadmills
INTRODUCTION
HOW TO USE SERVICE MANUAL AND CONTACT CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES
This service manual is applicable to Treadmill T560,T561. Note: Information represents typical configuration and may
differ slightly from actual equipment. The Service Manual provides recommendations of safe and efficient approaches
to various situations. This manual is separated into six sections.
INTRODUCTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Ⅰ
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Section Ⅱ
OPERATING CONSOLE
Section Ⅲ
“How To…” SERVICE AND REPAIR GUIDE
Section Ⅳ
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW
WIRING BLOCK DIAGRAM
WIRING DIAGRAM AND PART LIST
Section Ⅴ
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Section Ⅵ
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
Refer to TABLE OF CONTENTS for section topics.
When an operation problem occurs, refer to troubleshooting guide and diagnostic mode to isolate cause. When
applicable, guides are listed by problem symptom followed with suggestions of probable cause(s).
Once source of problem is identified, consult” How To…” guides for recommended repair procedures. “How To…”
sub-sections are organized by replacement part or assembly name. For convenience, sub-section lists recommended
“Tools Required” to complete specific function. Refer to PARTS IDENTIFICATION to identify proper name and number
of part to order for repair of equipment.
A reproducible FAX order claim form is given in COMMUNICATING BY TELEFACSIMILE for convenient ordering of
service parts.
To order, contact HS Customer Support Services.
Via FAX – 24 hrs/day, 7days/week.
Via telephone – Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM (GMT+8)
Via post – At address cited.
To speed HS response to your needs, please provide the following information.
1. Model number
2. Serial number
3. Symptom of problem
4. Part name and number to order (if known)
Before installing parts, review “How To…” and follow step by step procedures recommended to install parts safely and
efficiently. If you have questions or comments please telephone, FAX or write us. We are:
Healthstream Taiwan Inc. – CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES
16-3, Zichiang 1st Road
Jhongli, Taoyuan 32063 Taiwan R.O.C.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION I TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PAGE
MCB…………….…………..…………………………………….…………………………………….………… 2
CONSOLE……………..…………………………………………………………………………..…………….. 5
SECTION II OPERATING CONSOLE
T560 CONSOLE…..……………………………….……………………...…………………………………….. 2
T561 CONSOLE…..……………………………….……………………...…………………………………….. 7
SETUP AND DIAGNOSTIC MODE…………………………………………………………………….…. 12
SECTION III HOW TO…REPLACE
RUNNING BELT AND DECK……….…………..………………………………………………………………. 2
ADJUST RUNNING BELT TRACKING………………………………………………………………………... 4
ADJUST RUNNING BELT TENSION………………………………………………………………………….. 5
MOTOR DRIVE BELT…………………………………………………………………………………………… 6
DRIVE MOTOR………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 7
FRONT ROLLER………………………………………………………………………………………………… 8
REAR ROLLER………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 9
DECK CUSHION ………………………………………………………………………………………………... 10
INCLINE MOTOR………………………………………………………………………………………………... 12
MOTOR CONTROLLER………………………………………………………………………………………… 15
MAIN FRAME MOVING WHEEL………………………………………………………………………………. 16
SECTION IV ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
T560 CONSOLE……………………………………………….………………………………….…………….. 2
T560 MOTOR CONTROLLER PCB……………………………………………….…………….……………
3
T560 BLOCK DIAGRAM….…………………………….………………………………………………………. 5
T560 WIRING DIAGRAM AND PART LIST (CE VERSION)………...………………………………...……. 6
T561 CONSOLE……………………………………………….………………………………….…………….. 8
T561 MOTOR CONTROLLER PCB……………………………………………….…………….……………
9
T561 BLOCK DIAGRAM….…………………………….………………………………………………………. 11
T561 WIRING DIAGRAM AND PART LIST (CE VERSION)………...………………………………...……. 12
NOTES……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 14
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SECTION V PARTS IDENTIFICATION
T560 LA/EXPLODED DRAWING.….………………………………………….………………………………. 2
T560/T561 LA/PART LIST…………………………………………………………………………..…….……
3
NOTES……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6
SECTION VI MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE………………………………………………………………………………... 2
UNPACKAGING INSTRUCTIONS…………………………………………………………………………….. 3
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………. ………………………………………
4
T560/INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS………………………………………………………………………. 5
LIFE FAX……….…………..…………………………………………………………………………………….. 8
NOTES……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 10
Section I
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SECTION I
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
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(1) MCB
Error
Error category
When it happens.
Follow up and send the information to Healthstream R&D center
Safety key
Check Safety key
If it happens frequently.
Code
Check safety key cable and switch. - Open the plastic and check.
Next check the signal cable between motor and console.
Change the console.
Er 01
Speed sensor
Speed sensor is broken.
Turn off and on the power.
Main power relay is
Push Start key to test the treadmill.
broken(in the motor
controller).
Motor is broken or motor
Warning : Do not step on the treadmill, it is very dangerous.
1) Check if motor is running for short time.
wire is badly connected.
if NO.
PWM circuit that is in
Check motor wire connection, motor brush connection, motor itself.
console is broken.
Main cable is damaged.
Motor controller circuit or signal cable was broken.
PWM circuit that is in console was broken.
if YES
Speed sensor wire connection , or speed sensor was broken.
Speed sensor circuit that is in motor controller was broken.
Signal cable or console was broken.
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Error
Error category
When it happens.
Follow up and send the information to Healthstream R&D center
Over speed
When treadmill runs faster
Turn off and on the power.
Code
Er 02
than target speed. - Check
Power circuit.
When User kicks the
Start the treadmill and check if there are Error 41 or others.
Warning : Do not step on the treadmill, it is very dangerous.
treadmill belt faster
intentionally.
Frequency is very low.
It usually happens during
workout(14Km/h to
16Km/H).
Er 06
Memory
EEPROM of console error,
Turn off and on again. If it happens continually , you have to change the
eeprom problem or circuit
console.
problem.
Frequency is very low.
Er 08
Angle switch
Angle switch broken.
When Err 08 on the console, even if treadmill is not folded.
When the treadmill is
Check the cable connection first and then check the angle switch(motor
folded.
control board).
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Error
Error category
When it happens.
Follow up and send the information to Healthstream R&D center
Under speed
When treadmill runs
Turn off and on the power.
Code
Er 15
slower than target speed.
Motor is damaged.
AC input is lower than
normal value(lower than
Elevation
Deck and belt condition is
Check the condition of deck and belt, if deck and belt are damaged
Check incline sensor or
Err 51,Err 52,Err 53
Er 52
happen during self test or
Er 53
During testing, if motor makes electric howling noise.
Check the motor condition and motor wires are tightly connected.
motor.
Er 51
Warning : Do not step on the treadmill, it is very dangerous.
210VAC), with heavy user.
not good.(Check silicone).
Er 05
Push Start key to test the treadmill.
calibration.
you have to change the deck and belt , and lubricate it with silicone.
Turn off and on the power.
Calibrate the elevation motor again and check the console value.
Push and hole 12%+ 6% keys together for 2seconds to calibrate the motor.
Then treadmill goes up and goes down to the bottom, please check the
value on the monitor.
It should be more than 190 at the top, and it should be less than 40 at the
bottom.
Check the error message.
Er 51, Er 52, Er 53 or no message.
Check the elevation motor runs or not, when you test it ?
Warning : Do not step on the treadmill, it is very dangerous.
If no error message,
Please send the value that is displayed of the LCD during calibration to
Healthstream R&D center.
You have to do calibration again, if you want to use the elevation function.
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Error
Error category
When it happens.
Follow up and send the information to Healthstream R&D center
Over
Treadmill accelerates too
Turn off and on the power.
acceleration
fast than normal.
Code
Er 40
Er 41
It happens when the
speed is less than 8
Km/H.
Fatal error.
Start the treadmill and check the Error message again.
Check the motor runs or not , when you test it ?
Warning : Do not step on the treadmill, it is very dangerous.
Stop using
treadmill.
Power circuit could be
broken.
Over
acceleration
Same as Er 40,
but it happens at the
beginning of
workout.( During Start)
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(2) TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Potential cause
Corrections
Treadmill
1.
Not plugged in
1.
Plug into grounded outlet.
will
2.
Safety tether key not
2.
Insert safety tether key into console.
inserted
3.
Reset or replace fuse.
House circuit breaker
4.
Lubricate treadmill deck and reset.
tripped
5.
Turn switch to ON
not
start
3.
4.
Treadmill circuit breaker
tripped
Running
5.
Switch on OFF
1.
Running belt not tight
1.
Adjust running belt tension
enough
2.
Adjust drive belt tension
belt slips
2.
6
Drive belt not tight enough
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OPERATING CONSOLE
DISPLAY VALUES
Resolution
XXX
XX
XX.X
XX.X
XX.X
XX.X
XX:XX
XXX
Range
40-240
0-12
0.1 – 99.0
0.1 – 99.0
0.5 – 10.0
1.0 – 16.0
00:01 – 99:00
1-999
Increment
1
1%
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
00.01
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Display
PULSE
ELEVATION (%)
DISTANCE (Miles)
DISTANCE (Km)
SPEED (Miles/H)
SPEED (Km/H)
TIME
CALORIES
FUNCTION KEYS
T560 overlay
Big Blue back-lit LCD
display windows for
real time feed back of
all workout stats
T561 overlay
Big Blue back-lit LCD
display windows for
real time feed back of
all workout stats
Built-in MP3/CDP amplifier
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UP – elevation up
DOWN – elevation
FAST – increase speed
SLOW – decrease
speed
START /ENTER
STOP – press twice to stop
SPEED ADJUSTMENTS
There are two ways to adjust speed during workout. FAST and SLOW will adjust speed by increments of 0.1Km/H.
you may hold these buttons to ramp up or down.
Or
If the speed adjustment increment is large, it is easier to use the direct
speed buttons, which function as direct speed control buttons during the workout. There are three direct speed buttons,
WALK(4 km/H),JOG(8Km/H), RUN(12Km/H)
ELEVATION ADJUSTMENTS
For safety reasons, elevation is designed to be manually adjusted only.
At no time will treadmill automatically adjust
elevation except during one of the following three programs: elevation program, METS program, HRC control proram.
Elevation may be adjusted even while the running belt is not moving.
However, during the program setup mode,
elevation will not be adjustable. There are two ways to adjust elevation during workout: UP and DOWN on the console,
direct elevation buttons on the console.
PULSE FUNCTION (ONLY FOR T561)
This treadmill features wireless heart rate monitoring, the most advanced technology to date for accurate read out of
your heartbeat.
To use the wireless pulse monitoring system, you must wear the heart rate transmitter chest strap so that the contact
surface is next to your skin directly under your heart to pick up the pulse signals.
Please note that some fibers used in clothes (e.g. polyester, polyamide) create static electricity which may prevent
reliable heart rate measurement.
Also note that mobile phone, television and other electrical appliances form an
electro-magnetic field around them, which may also cause problems in heart rate measurement. Specially, increasing the
volume of your MP3/CDP that is plugged in treadmill console, it can make huge interference. Using HRC program, we
recommend to use volume to medium level. Using chest strap to measure the heartbeat, we also recommend to use
volume to medium level.
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PAUSE FUNCTION
When STOP button is pressed during workout, program is suspended.
LCD will be in “PAUSE”.
belt has come to a complete stop, LCD display window will count down from 3:00.
After the running
During pause mode, only START
and STOP buttons will function.
If START is pressed within three minutes during the pause mode, treadmill will bring the running belt movement back to
the speed at which the treadmill was paused. Workout values will resume counting and continue where it was left off.
If STOP is pressed during the pause mode, program will end.
After three minutes if no button is pressed, treadmill will
END OF WORKOUT STATS
When you have completed your workout or if you have ended your workout, LCD window will display twice the following
stats: total time, total distance, total calories.
Then the display will go to idle mode, ready for the next workout setup.
If
you wish to skip the workout stats report, simply press the STOP button, which will skip display to the idle mode.
UNIT CONVERSION
To change from metric to English or English to metric, you must be in the idle mode.
Follow the steps below to make
the unit conversion.
1.
Simultaneously press both the STOP and SLOW together.
2.
LCD window will display U-16(Metric) or U-10(English).
3.
You can select U-16 or U-10 using START/ENTER button.
4.
Push STOP button to confirm.
Once you have begun workout, the speed unit will have changed the measurement unit accordingly.
PROGRAM / RECOVERY
During the workout – this button will start the recovery function if pulse signal is present.
SCAN
This button will allow user to view calories and pulse display values interchangeably.
COOL DOWN
Never stop exercising suddenly.
decreased demand.
A cool down period of about 5 minutes will allow your heart to readjust to the
Use a low speed setting during the cool down to gradually lower your heart rate.
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automatically end the workout program.
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PRESET PROGRAMS
START
QUICK START
This is the fastest way to begin exercising, and it bypassed the steps involved in
Once the power is on
and the safety tether key
is secured in place,
simply press the START
button, and after three
second count down
treadmill will activate
and maintain the
running belt at 1Km/H.
selecting a specific workout program.
Once the power is turned on and the safety key
is secured in place, simply press the START/ENTER button .
1.0 Km/H after 3 seconds.
during your workout.
treadmill.
Treadmill will activate at
You may increase/decrease speed or elevation at any time
To end workout, simply press the STOP button to stop the
During manual start workout, time will count up.
During other program
workouts, time will count down.
1.
Turn power on
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing
3.
Press START/ENTER to begin workout
SPEED PROGRAMS
Once the power is turned on and the safety key is secured in place, you may press
programs, P4, P5 or P6.
speed value.
<< >> to choose the pre-set speed
LCD window will prompt user to set up workout duration, and intensity level based on max
Once you have made your selection, press START/ENTER key to activate the treadmill.
During workout, treadmill will automatically adjust speed according to pre-set program settings.
to adjust intensity level using +/- button if the preset is not appropriate.
down accordingly.
The entire remaining program will scale up or
During workout, user may adjust speed and elevation level at will.
STOP button to stop the treadmill.
User may still be able
To end workout, simply press the
During workout, time counts down from target workout time.
1.
Turn power on.
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing.
3.
Press << >> to select P4, P5 or P6 to set up the speed program.
4.
Press START/ENTER to confirm.
5.
Press + / - buttons to input workout duration.
6.
Press START/ENTER to confirm.
7.
Press + / - buttons to input max workout level(speed).
8.
Press START/ENTER to confirm
9.
Begin workout.
Speed Program Profile
Trainings Level
Program Description
Default
min
max
Default
min
max
P4
Speed Interval
9,0 km/h (max.)
2,0 km/h (max.)
16,0 km/h (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P5
Speed Interval
9,0 km/h (max.)
3,0 km/h (max.)
16,0 km/h (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P6
Speed Interval
10,0 km/h (max.)
3,0 km/h (max.)
16,0 km/h (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P5
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
1
6
11
16
Time (min)
21
26
P6
16
14
12
10
Speed
Speedd
Speedd
P 4
4
Trainings Time
8
6
4
2
0
1
6
11
16
21
Time (min)
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16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
1
6
11
16
21
Time (min)
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ELEVATION PROGRAMS
Once the power is turned on and the safety key is secured in place, you may press
elevation program, P1, P2 or P3.
max elevation value.
<< >> to choose the pre-set
LCD window will prompt user to set up workout duration, and intensity level based on
Once you have made your selection, press START/ENTER key to activate the treadmill.
During workout, treadmill will automatically adjust elevation according to pre-set program setting.
User may still be able
to adjust intensity level using +/- button if the preset is not appropriate. Then the entire remaining program will scale up or
down accordingly.
During workout, user may adjust speed and elevation level at will.
STOP button to stop the treadmill.
To end workout, simply press the
During workout, time counts down from target workout time.
1.
Turn power on.
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing.
3.
Press << >> to select P1, P2 or P3 to set up the elevation program.
4.
Press START/ENTER to confirm.
5.
Press + / - buttons to input workout duration.
6.
Press START/ENTER to confirm.
7.
Press + / - buttons to input max workout level(elevation).
8.
Press START/ENTER to confirm.
9.
Begin Workout.
Elevation program profile
Program
Description
P1
Trainings Level
default
min
max
default
Min
max
Elevation Interval
4 % (max.)
2 % (max.)
12 % (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P2
Elevation Interval
6 % (max.)
4 % (max.)
12 % (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P3
Elevation Interval
7 % (max.)
5 % (max.)
12 % (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P 1
P 3
P 2
12
12
10
10
10
8
6
4
ELEVATIO
12
ELEVATIO
ELEVATIO
Trainings Time
8
6
8
6
4
4
2
2
2
0
0
1
6
11
16
Time(min)
21
26
0
1
6
11
16
Time(min)
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26
1
6
11
16
21
26
Time(min)
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METs PROGRAM
METs program is a motivational program designed to determine user’s physical fitness level.
of your fitness level.
METs is indirect indicator
User may still be able to adjust intensity level using +/- button if the preset is not appropriate.
entire remaining program will scale up or down accordingly.
The
During workout, user may adjust speed and elevation level
at will. The program will adjust METs level by both speed and elevation. Test your fitness level using METs program.
1.
Turn power on
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing
3.
Press << >> to select P7, P8 or P9 to set up the METs program.
4.
Press START/ENTER to confirm
5.
Press + / - buttons to input workout duration.
6.
Press START/ENTER to confirm
7.
Press + / - buttons to input max workout level(METs).
8.
Press START/ENTER to confirm
9.
Begin workout.
METs Program Profile
Program
Trainings Level
Description
default
min
Trainings Time
max
default
min
max
P7
METS(Speed & Elevation) Interval
7 (max.)
5 (max.)
20 (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P8
METS(Speed & Elevation) Interval
10 (max.)
8 (max.)
20 (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P9
METS(Speed & Elevation) Interval
8 (max.)
6 (max.)
20 (max.)
30 min
15 min
90 min
P 7
P 9
P 8
20
16
12
Leve
Level
14
10
8
6
4
2
1
0
1
6
11
16
Time (min)
6
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
Leve
18
21
6
11
16
21
26
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
1
6
11
16
26
Time(min)
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METs Program Profiles
P7
P8
P9
Time
LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL
1
3
3
3
2
4
4
4
3
5
5
5
4
5
5
5
5
7
5
8
6
7
10
8
7
7
10
8
8
5
5
7
9
5
5
7
10
7
5
7
11
7
10
6
12
7
10
6
13
5
5
6
14
5
5
5
15
7
5
5
16
7
10
6
17
7
10
7
18
5
5
8
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
5
7
7
7
5
5
7
7
7
5
5
4
5
5
10
10
5
5
5
10
10
5
5
4
8
8
7
7
7
6
6
6
5
5
5
4
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Speed
Elevation
VO2max
METs
1
3.2
0
8.8
2.5
2
4.2
0
10.5
3.0
3
4.8
1
12.9
3.7
4
5.7
1
14.7
4.2
5
6.0
2
17.1
4.9
6
6.2
2
19.3
5.5
7
6.4
2
21.5
6.1
8
6.6
2
23.9
6.8
9
6.8
2
26.4
7.5
10
6.8
3
29.2
8.4
11
7.3
3
31.1
8.9
12
7.6
4
33.4
9.5
TARGET TRAINING PROGRAMS
13
7.9
4
34.6
9.9
Users have the option to customize workout based
14
8.0
5
36.2
10.3
setting training targets for time, distance and
15
8.4
5
37.8
10.8
calories. Once the power is turned on and the
16
8.4
6
39.0
11.2
key is secured in place, you may press PROGRAM
17
8.7
6
40.3
11.5
button to choose one of the target program, P1 set
18
8.7
7
41.6
11.9
training target based on time, P2 set training target
19
8.8
8
43.4
12.4
based on distance and P3 set training target based
20
9.0
9
45.7
13.0
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calories. Where user may customize, the default
on
safety
on
value
(or the previous input value) will flash indicating that you may either confirm the value flashing or change the value.
Once you have made your data input, press START to activate the treadmill.
1.
Turn power on.
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing.
3.
Press PROGRAM button to choose one of the target program (P1, P2, P3).
4.
Press ENTER to confirm.
5.
Use UP / DOWN or FAST / SLOW buttons to input target time, target distance or target calories.
6.
Press ENTER to begin workout.
HEART RATE CONTROL PROGRAMS
Users have the option to customize their heart rate control programs based on their target heart rate value.
Once the
power is turned on and the safety key is secured in place, you may press << >> to select to select HRC program. LCD
window will prompt user to set up workout step by step.
Once you have made your selection, press START/ENTER
button to activate treadmill.
Treadmill will automatically adjust both by elevation and speed to bring the user’s heart rate to the targeted heart rate.
During workout, users may still be able to adjust speed or elevation.
To use the heart rate control programs, user must wear wireless transmitter chest strap. Signals from contact heart rate
sensors will not be used in heart rate control programs.
When you workout the HRC program, heartrate signal is very important. We recommend not
workout.
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Or reduce the volume of MP3/CDP to medium level.
1.
Turn power on
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing
3.
Press << >> to select HRC program.
4.
Press ENTER/START to confirm
5.
Press + / - buttons to input workout duration.
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to use MP3/CDP during
Section II
Level
HS Consumer Treadmill
OPERATING T561 CONSOLE – Continued
6.
Press ENTER/START to confirm
7.
Press + / - buttons to input your age
8.
Press ENTER/START to confirm
9.
Press + / - buttons to input target heart rate
10.
Press ENTER/START to confirm
11.
Begin workout
INSTRUCTION FOR TARGET HEART RATE CONTROL PROGRAMS
1. Turn power on.
2.
Check safety key secured to treadmill and clip secured to user clothing.
3.
Press PROGRAM button to select H-SI (HRC by speed and elevation adjustments).
4.
Press ENTER to confirm.
5.
Use UP / DOWN or FAST / SLOW buttons to input your age.
6.
Press ENTER to confirm.
7.
Use UP / DOWN or FAST / SLOW buttons to input workout time.
8.
Press ENTER to confirm.
9.
Use UP / DOWN or FAST / SLOW buttons to input target heart rate.
10. Press ENTER to begin workout.
Section 2
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OPERATING T561 CONSOLE – Continued
SETUP AND DIAGNOSTIC MODE
T56X CONSOLE
Remark: FAST = SPEED +
Initial State
Stop+Slow
U16(Km)
U10(Mile)
Stop
Clear Add lubrication
message
Initial State
Fast+Slow (for two sec)
Incline calibration
Initial State
12%+6%(for two sec)
Lost munber40
Top munber190
OK
10
Section 2
/
SLOW=SPEED -
HS Consumer Treadmill
OPERATING T561 CONSOLE – Continued
Program version
Initial State
Stop+Fast
S-01
Testing Program
Initial State
Fast+Slow+Stop
Show monitor
Section 2
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HOW TO …
SERVICE AND REPAIR GUIDE
1
Section 3
Section III
SECTION III
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To… Replace The Running Belt and Deck
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, tape measure, rubber hammer, and open end wrench set. (All
fasteners are metric. Make sure that you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1
At the power switch, turn off the unit,
and then unplug the power cord at
the wall outlet.
2
Remove the motor cover front
screws(4), lift off the motor cover.
3
Loosen the motor belt tensioning
screws(1). Fold the treadmill, loosen
the four mounting screws(4) securing
the motor to the bottom of the frame.
NOTE: to remove front roller
easily, release motor belt via
loosen motor belt tensioning
screws(1) and the four mounting
screws(4).
4
Remove the end caps by removing
end cap screws(2)
5
Remove the gas shocks by removing
gas shock nuts(6) , screws(2) ,long
screw(2), flat washers(2) from each
other.
CAUTION: for safety reasons,
remove gas shocks to avoid injury
when lifting off the deck. Without
the weight of deck, gas shocks
will spring up and create safety
concern.
2
Section 3
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To… Replace The Running Belt and Deck - Continued
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, tape measure, rubber hammer, and open end wrench set. (All
fasteners are metric. Make sure that you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION –
Continued
7
Unfold the treadmill. Remove the rear
roller tensioning screws(2), flat
washers(2). Slide each extrusion back.
8
Remove the rear roller.
9
Remove the flat washers(2),
brackets(2) and screw(2) from the front
roller mounting brackets and main
Section III
frame, then lift the front roller out from
the running belt. If necessary, remove
the motor drive belt.
10 Remove the deck screws(6) and
bracket(6) then lift out the deck.
11 Remove the running belt and discard.
12 Install new running belt and deck in
reverse order. Make sure to reinstall
deck guards on the new deck.
Retention the motor drive belt to 85~95
lbs. Do not over tighten belt.
NOTE: when adjusting motor belt
tension, the four mounting screws
should be loosen, and then adjust
motor belt tensioning screws(1) to
make sure the motor drive belt to
85~95lbs.
13 Proceed to the following page for
proper belt stretching and belt tracking
adjustment.
14 Install the deck and running belt in
reverse order
Section 3
3
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To… Adjust Running Belt Tracking
Tools Required: Allen key set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that you have metric tools.)
1.
After the treadmill has been installed and
leveled, the belt must be checked for confirm
proper tracking.
First, plug the power cord
into an appropriate outlet and turn the
treadmill power ON.
2.
Press the QUICK START button then increase
speed to 8.0kph by pressing the SPEED+
button.
3.
If the running belt has moved to the RIGHT,
turn
the
RIGHT
tension
bolt
1/4
turn
CLOCKWISE and the left tension bolt 1/4 turn
counterclockwise to start the running belt
tracking back to the center of the rear roller.
If the running belt has moved to the LEFT,
turn the left tension bolt 1/4 turn CLOCKWISE
and
the
right
tension
bolt
1/4
turn
counterclockwise to start the running belt
tracking back to the center of the rear roller.
4.
Repeat this adjustment until the running belt appears centered.
The belt should be equal distance
(B) on both sides of the rear roller.
5.
Allow the unit to operate for several minutes to see if the belt remains centered.
NOTE: During the adjustment above, DO NOT exceed one full turn of the adjusting screws in
either direction.
4
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To… Adjust Running Belt Tension
Tools Required: Allen key set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that you have metric tools.)
1.
Locate the two belt tensioning bolts on each side
of the rear roller mounting bracket. The tensioning
bolts are accessible from the holes provided in the
rear roller guards.
2.
Enter the manual program and adjust the belt
alignment by running unit for five minutes at 8.0
kph. DO NOT run on the BELT.
3.
Speed up to 16kph and check if the belt centers
the treadmill.
4.
Using the SPEED- button to slow down to 1kph.
With the running belt speed at 2 mph (3.2 kph),
Section III
begin walking on the treadmill. Tightly grasp the
handlebars and attempt to stall the running belt.
If the running belt slips, continue step until it’s not
slippy.
5.
Stop the treadmill and alternately turn the running
belt tensioning bolts (A) 1/4 turn clockwise to
tension (See How To… Adjust Running Belt
Tracking on previous page).
Repeat Step 3 and
Step 4 until slipping is eliminated.
DO NOT
EXCEED ONE FULL TURN!
Section 3
5
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Motor Drive Belt
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that
you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit and
unplug the power cord at the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the motor cover front screws(4) of
the motor cover, lift off the motor cover.
3.
Loosen the motor belt tensioning screws(1),
Fold the treadmill, loosen the four mounting
screws(4) securing the motor to the bottom
of the frame.
NOTE: To remove front roller easily,
release motor belt via loosen motor belt
tensioning screws(1) and the four
mounting screws.
4.
Unfold the treadmill. Move the motor
mounting plate in the slotted holes towards
the rear roller to relieve belt tension.
Remove the motor drive belt from the end of
the motor drive pulley.
5.
Loosen the rear roller tensioning bolts
6.
Remove the flat washers(2), bracket(2) and
screw(2) from the front roller mounting
brackets and main frame.
7.
Lift the front roller out of its frame mount,
slip off the motor drive belt from the pulley,
and discard the belt.
8.
Install new motor drive belt in reverse order.
Tension the belt to 85~95 lbs.(See section 3
page 3)
9.
Re-tension the running belt and reset its
tracking.
Refer back to running belt
tension and tracking procedure in this
section.
6
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Drive Motor
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that
you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit, then
unplug the power cord at the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the motor cover front screws(4) of
the motor cover, lift off the motor cover.
3.
Remove the speed sensor cable by
removing speed sensor screws(1). Set the
speed sensor cable aside to be remounted
on the new motor.
4.
Disconnect all connectors from the motor
(Please refer to WIRING DIAGRAM –
5.
Remove
the
motor
belt
Section III
Section IV, page 9).
tensioning
screws(1). Fold the treadmill and remove
the four motor mounting screws.
NOTE: two people are needed in this
process. One has to hold the motor in
case it drops on the floor
6.
Unfold the treadmill. Move the motor
mounting plate towards the rear roller to
relieve belt tension.
Remove the drive
motor belt off the end of the pulley.
7.
Lift out the motor.
8.
Remove the motor mounting screws(4) and
discard the motor.
Set the motor bracket
aside to be remounted on the new motor.
10. Install new drive motor in reverse order and
make sure to properly adjust the motor drive
belt (85~95 lbs) (See section 3 page 3) and
running belt. (See How To… Replace The
Running Belt and Deck)
Section 3
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Front Roller
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that
you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit
then unplug the power cord at the wall
outlet.
2.
Remove the motor cover front
screws(4) of the motor cover, lift off the
motor cover.
3.
Loosen the rear roller tensioning bolts
to slacken the running belt.
4.
Loosen the motor belt tensioning
screws(1).
Fold the treadmill, loosen
the four motor mounting screws.
NOTE: To remove front roller easily,
release motor belt via loosen motor
belt tensioning screws (1) and the
four mounting screws.
5.
Remove the end caps by removing end
cap screws(2).
6.
Unfold the treadmill. Slide each
extrusion back.
7.
Move the motor mounting plate
towards the rear roller to relieve belt
tension. Remove the flat washers(2),
bracket(2) and screw(2) from the front
roller mounting brackets and main
frame.
8.
Lift out the front roller from the running
belt and remove the motor drive belt.
9.
Install new front roller in reverse order
and make sure to properly adjust the
motor drive belt (85~95 lbs.) (See
section 3 page 3) and running belt.
(See How To… Replace The Running
Belt and Deck.)
8
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Rear Roller
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, rubber hammer, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric.
Make sure that you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit, then
unplug the power cord at the wall outlet.
2.
Remove the motor cover front screws(4) of the
motor cover, lift off the motor cover.
NOTE: In order to lift rear roller out,
extrusions need to be moved out of the way.
Motor cover has to be removed to get
enough space for sliding the extrusions
3.
Fold the treadmill.
Section III
forward.
Remove the end caps by
removing end cap screws(2) .
4.
Unfold the treadmill.
Remove the rear roller
tensioning screws(1), flat washers(2) and star
washers(2).
Slide the extrusions(2) towards
the front roller.
5.
Install new rear roller in reverse order of
removal.
tension.
Make sure to adjust the running belt
Refer back to belt adjustment in this
section.
Section 3
9
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Deck Cushion
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, and rubber hammer. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that you
have metric tools.)
……………………………………………………………………………………..
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit,
then unplug the power cord at the wall
outlet.
2.
move the motor cover front screws(4)
of the motor cover, lift off the motor
cover.
3.
Fold the treadmill.
Remove the end
caps by removing end cap screws(2).
4.
Remove the gas shocks by removing
gas shock nuts(6), screws(2), long
screws(2),flat washers(2) from each
other.
CAUTION: for safety reasons, remove
gas shocks to avoid injury when lifting
off the deck.
Without the weight of
the deck, gas shocks will spring up
and create safety concern.
5.
Unfold the treadmill. Remove the rear
roller tensioning screws(1), flat
washers(2) and star washers(2).
10
Section 3
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Deck Cushion - Continued
Tools Required: Allen key set, Phillips screwdriver, and rubber hammer. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that you
have metric tools.)
……………………………………………………………………………………..
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
6.
Slide each extrusion back.
7.
Remove the deck screws(6) and
brackets(6), then lift the deck out of the
running belt.
8.
Remove deck cushions(4) from the
frame.
9.
Install new deck cushions in reverse
Section III
order.
10. Re-tension and center the running belt
as described in the beginning of this
section.
Section 3
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Incline Motor
Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver, Sharp nose pliers, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure
that you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
Turn power on.
Check to see if treadmill is at
12% incline.
2.
If not be able to process via console, try to
connect incline motor wires directly to AC lines.
The power will make incline go to 12%.
Caution: For safety reasons, put blocks
between the frame to hold up the main frame.
3.
At the power switch, turn off the unit and unplug
the power cord at the wall outlet.
4.
Remove the motor cover front screws(4) of the
motor cover, lift off the motor cover.
5.
Disconnect all cable connectors from the incline
motor (Please refer to WIRING DIAGRAM –
Section IV, page 9).
6.
Remove the incline motor long screws(2) ,flat
washers(2) and nuts(2).
7.
Remove incline motor by wrench
Section 3
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How To…Replace The Incline Motor - Continued
Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver, Sharp nose pliers, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure
that you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
9.
Replace the new incline motor.
a. Secure the long screw, fix up the incline
motor, not to secure tightly.
b. Incline the incline motor, secure the flat
washer& nut, not to secure tightly.
c. Secure the corresponding screws both
side together, till the screws tightly.
10. Connect all cables to the right orientation.
Please pay attention to the location of
cables. (Order of cables: white, red, black.
Please refer to the right photo)
11. Recommended that clear up the cables.
(You will need two nylon cable ties.
Spec : 20cm long.
Please refer to the right photo)
12. Proceed
to the following page for
calibration the incline motor.
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Section 3
HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Incline Motor - Continued
Tools Required: Phillips screwdriver, Sharp nose pliers, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure
that you have metric tools.)
When incline motor needs calibration:
1.
When controller changed.
2.
When incline motor is changed.
3.
When both controller and incline motor are
START / ENTER
changed.
4.
If controller CPU is changed.
CALIBRATION
1.
STOP
SPEED - / + (SLOW/ FAST)
To calibrate, make sure the treadmill is not
running (running belt not moving).
Turn power on. Wait a few seconds.
3.
Press the STOP and SPEED- buttons at the
Section III
2.
ELEVATION - / + (DOWN / UP)
same time, then the buttons STOP and
SPEED+, then the SPEED- button. The treadmill
is in calibration mode.
Press the START button.
The treadmill will run
calibration for the incline motor.
NOTE: If error 5 appears, it means the
controller remembers a different value, so
we need to bypass the controller to calibrate
the incline motor.
In that case, we have to
disconnect the incline sensor cable to
bypass the old memory (Please refer to
WIRING DIAGRAM – Section IV, page 7).
Then calibration can be done properly.
4.
Just run through a few functions to make sure
everything is in good condition.
Section 3
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Motor Controller
Tools Required: Phillips Screwdriver (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that you have metric tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit,
then unplug the power cord at the wall
outlet.
2.
Remove the motor cover front screws
(4) of the motor cover, lift off the motor
cover.
3.
Disconnect all electrical connectors
from the motor controller
board.( Please refer to WIRING
DIAGRAM – Section IV, page 9)
4.
Remove the power switch, AC inlet
and circuit breaker by removing the
power AC inlet screws(2)
5.
Remove the controller screws(4) and
lift out the motor controller from the
frame.
6.
Install new motor controller in reverse
order.
7.
Make sure to calibrate incline motor.
Refer back to incline motor calibration
in this section.
Section 3
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HS Consumer Treadmill
How To…Replace The Moving Wheel
Tools Required: Allen key set, and open end wrench set. (All fasteners are metric. Make sure that you have metric
tools.)
REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
1.
At the power switch, turn off the unit,
then unplug the power cord at the wall
outlet.
2.
Fold the treadmill.
3.
Remove the screws(2), star washers(2)
4.
Remove the moving wheel.
5.
Install new moving wheel in reverse
Section III
and nuts(2).
order.
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SECTION IV
Section IV
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW
AND
WIRING BLOCK DIAGRAM
1
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 CONSOLE PCB
Function Description
The T560 console is designed to act as an intelligent display and keypad interface.
It is intended to work in
conjunction with the Motor Control module to form the nucleus of the I/O and control system.
The console board
periodically reads the keypad input port to check for user inputs, updates and refreshes the status LCDs, data display,
and communicates with the Motor Control module.
Connectors and Pin Functions
Connector
J7 is a 2pin led.
Location
Pin
1
2
J1 is a 10pin connector
used for connection with
1
2
MCB
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
2
Section 4
Functional Description
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 CONSOLE PCB
J2 is used for safety key
1
2
J5 is used for keypad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
J3 is used for earth
1
J9 is a 6pin connector
1
Safety key
2
Ground
3
Ground
4
VCC(12V)
5
Receive
6
Send
used for connection with
hand pulse.
3
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 MOTOR CONTROLLER PCB
Functional Description
The Motor Controller PCBs are designed to act as an interface between the Drive motor, Display Console, and the
Incline Motor.
The desired belt speed and elevation is sent down to the motor controller and incline motor via the users
selected input into the console.
The motor is driven by a fixed frequency variable duty cycle signal.
If an error
condition is detected the main power relay receives its bus voltage from the console through the emergency pull switch.
This relay can be energized by having the emergency pull switch in its proper place.
Opening of the relay does not
remove power to the console or the logic on the motor control board, but will interrupt power to the incline and drive
motors.
Connectors and Pin Functions
Connector
Location
J7 is a 4pin connector used
for speed sensor connection
Pin
Functional Description
1
2
3
4
J5 is a 10pin connector
used
to
connect
to
the
1
2
console
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 MOTOR CONTROLLER PCB
J2 is used for safety key
1
2
J10 is UP LIFE to the incline
1
motor connect.
J1 is a pin connector used for
1
chock L.
J2 is a pin connector used for
1
filter N.
J6 is a pin connector used for
1
chock L.
J11 is a 4pin connector used
for incline sensor connection.
1
2
3
4
J9 is DOWN LIFE to the
1
incline motor connect.
J8 is COM LIFE to the incline
1
motor connect.
J3 is a pin connector used for
1
motor -.
J4 is a pin connector used for
1
motor +
5
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560(110V) BLOCK DIAGRAM
Section 4
6
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560(230V) BLOCK DIAGRAM
7
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 110V WIRING DIAGRAM
8
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 110V PART LIST
T560 (110V-Layout)
)-A- 070731
9
Item.
PART NO.
Color
Length
QTY
1
WI221100
BLACK
100mm
3
2
WI233080
YELLOW/GREEN
80mm
4
3
WI222120
WHITE
120mm
2
4
64792
BLACK
1200mm
1
5
64790
BLACK
450mm
1
6
64787
BLACK
400mm
1
7
WI336120
BRAID
120mm
2
8
64791
N/A
1200mm
1
Section 4
Remark
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 230V WIRING DIAGRAM
10
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T560 230V PART LIST
T560 (230V-Layout)
)-A- 070731
11
Item.
PART NO.
Color
Length
QTY
1
WI221100
BLACK
100mm
3
2
WI233080
YELLOW/GREEN
80mm
5
3
WI222120
WHITE
120mm
3
4
64792
BLACK
1200mm
1
5
64790
BLACK
450mm
1
6
64787
BLACK
400mm
1
7
WI336120
BRAID
120mm
2
8
64791
N/A
1200mm
1
Section 4
Remark
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561 CONSOLE PCB
Function Description
The T561 console is designed to act as an intelligent display and keypad interface.
It is intended to work in
conjunction with the Motor Control module to form the nucleus of the I/O and control system.
The console board
periodically reads the keypad input port to check for user inputs, updates and refreshes the status LCDs, data display,
and communicates with the Motor Control module.
Connectors and Pin Functions
Connector
J11 is a 4pin ext audio.
Location
Pin
1
2
3
4
J7 is a 2pin led.
1
2
J1 is a 10pin connector
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
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Functional Description
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561 CONSOLE PCB
9
10
J2 is used for safety key
1
2
J5 is used for keypad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
J3 is used for earth
1
J9 is a 6pin connector
1
Safety key
2
Ground
3
Ground
4
VCC(12V)
5
Receive
6
Send
used for connection with
hand pulse.
J6 is used for wireless.(3
pin)
1
2
3
J10 is a 2pin audio out.
1
2
J12 is a 2pin audio out.
1
2
13
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW –T561 MOTOR CONTROLLER PCB - Continued
Functional Description
The Motor Controller PCBs are designed to act as an interface between the Drive motor, Display Console, and the
Incline Motor.
The desired belt speed and elevation is sent down to the motor controller and incline motor via the users
selected input into the console.
The motor is driven by a fixed frequency variable duty cycle signal.
If an error
condition is detected the main power relay receives its bus voltage from the console through the emergency pull switch.
This relay can be energized by having the emergency pull switch in its proper place.
Opening of the relay does not
remove power to the console or the logic on the motor control board, but will interrupt power to the incline and drive
motors.
Connectors and Pin Functions
Connector
Location
J7 is a 4pin connector used
for speed sensor connection
Pin
1
2
3
4
J5 is a 10pin connector
used
to
connect
to
the
1
2
console
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
14
Section 4
Functional Description
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW –T561 MOTOR CONTROLLER PCB - Continued
10
J2 is used for safety key
1
2
J10 is UP LIFE to the incline
1
motor connect.
J1 is a pin connector used for
1
chock L.
J2 is a pin connector used for
1
filter N.
J6 is a pin connector used for
1
chock L.
J11 is a 4pin connector used
for incline sensor connection.
1
2
3
4
J9 is DOWN LIFE to the
1
incline motor connect.
J8 is COM LIFE to the incline
1
motor connect.
J3 is a pin connector used for
1
motor -.
J4 is a pin connector used for
1
motor +
15
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HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561(110V) BLOCK DIAGRAM
Section 4
16
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561(230V) BLOCK DIAGRAM
Section 4
17
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561 110V WIRING DIAGRAM
18
Section 4
HS Consumer Treadmill
ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561 110V PART LIST
T561 (110V-Layout)
)-A- 070731
PART NO.
Color
Length
QTY
1
WI221100
BLACK
100mm
3
2
WI233080
YELLOW/GREEN
80mm
4
3
WI222120
WHITE
120mm
2
4
64792
BLACK
1200mm
1
5
64790
BLACK
450mm
1
6
64787
BLACK
400mm
1
7
WI336120
BRAID
120mm
2
8
64789
N/A
110mm
1
9
64791
N/A
1200mm
1
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ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561 230V WIRING DIAGRAM
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ELECTRONIC OVERVIEW – T561 230V PART LIST
T561 (230V-Layout)
)-A- 070731
Item.
PART NO.
Color
Length
QTY
1
WI221100
BLACK
100mm
3
2
WI233080
YELLOW/GREEN
80mm
5
3
WI222120
WHITE
120mm
3
4
64792
BLACK
1200mm
1
5
64790
BLACK
450mm
1
6
64787
BLACK
400mm
1
7
WI336120
BRAID
120mm
2
8
64789
N/A
110mm
1
9
64791
N/A
1200mm
1
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SECTION V
Section V
PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Section 5
1
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
T560(110V)
2
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
2
Section 5
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
2
Section 5
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
2
Section 5
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
2
Section 5
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
Coating, frame, base
1
2
Cap, end, frame, base
2
3
Foot, front, frame, base
2
4
Coating, support, L
1
5
Coating, support, R
1
6
Stop, lock
1
7
Wheel, incline
2
8
Washer, star
6
9
Nut, nylon
10
10
Wheel, moving
1
11
Wheel, moving
1
12
Washer, roller
4
13
Washer, flat
15
14
Coating, frame, main
1
15
Cushion, deck
4
16
Shaft, release
1
17
Cap, pin, lock
1
18
Assy, pin, lock
1
19
Cap, pin, lock
1
20
Screw, dome
4
21
Coating, bracket, switch
1
22
Slider, track
2
23
Shaft, wheel, incline
2
24
Coating, frame, incline
1
25
Washer, frame, support
6
26
Motor(YC)
1
27
Sensor, speed, w/ cable
1
28
Assy, motor, incline, 110V
1
29
PCB, controller,110V
1
30
Assy, switch, 110V
1
31
Plating, bracket, motor
1
32
Screw, bottom-cut
2
33
Belt, drive
1
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T560 (110V)
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ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
34
Belt, running
1
35
Assy, roller, rear
1
36
Deck
1
37
Cover, motor
1
38
Bracket, stopper, R
2
39
Landing, side
2
40
Cap, frame, main, rear, L
1
41
Cap, frame, main, rear, R
1
42
Overlay, console
1
43
Overlay, membrane
1
44
Cover, base, console, top
1
45
Cylinder, hybrid
2
46
Assy, roller, front
1
47
PCB, console
1
48
Cover, handle, top, R
1
49
Contact, sensor
2
50
Coating, base, console
1
51
Coating, tube, bar, handle
2
52
Foam, bar, handle
2
53
Cover, handle, btm, R
1
54
Cap, handle
2
55
Switch, micro, positive-action
1
56
Plate, switch, micro
1
57
Chip, iron, key, safety
1
58
Cam, safety key
1
59
Key, safety
1
60
Cover, base, console, btm
1
61
Ring, upright
2
62
Coating, upright, L
1
63
Cover, handle, top, L
1
64
Cover, handle, btm, L
1
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(110V)
T560 (110V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
65
Spring steel, cam, safety key
1
66
Coating, upright, R
1
67
Bushing, wheel, rear
2
68
Screw, dome
2
69
Screw, dome
2
70
Screw, flange
6
71
Screw, hex
1
72
WASHER,SPRING
2
73
Screw, dome
1
74
Washer, flat
2
75
Screw, hex
1
76
Screw, dome
4
77
Nut, nylon
2
78
Screw, hex
1
79
Bar, handle
2
80
Screw, countersunk
6
81
Bracket, landing, side
6
82
Screw, dome
10
83
Screw, socket
2
84
Washer, flat
2
85
Screw, socket
2
86
Screw, dome
2
87
Nut, Hex
2
88
Nut, nylon
2
89
Screw, dome
11
90
Screw, dome
14
91
Screw, dome
16
92
Screw, dome
4
93
Screw, dome
2
94
Screw, phillips
2
95
Axes, cam, safety key
1
96
Screw, dome
8
97
Washer, curve
6
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T560 (110V)
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98
Washer, star
6
99
Screw, dome
4
100
Screw, dome
2
101
Inlet, AC
1
102
Breaker, circuit, 110V
1
103
Switch, power
1
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
T560(230V)
11
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
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12
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
13
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
Section 5
14
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
15
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HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
T560 (230V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
Coating, frame, base
1
2
Cap, end, frame, base
2
3
Foot, front, frame, base
2
4
Bracket, support, L
1
5
Bracket, support, R
1
6
Stop, lock
1
7
Wheel, incline
2
8
Washer, star
6
9
Nut, nylon
10
10
Wheel, moving
1
11
Wheel, moving
1
12
Washer, roller
4
13
Washer, flat
15
14
Coating, frame, main
1
15
Cushion, deck
4
16
Shaft, release
1
17
Cap, pin, lock
1
18
Assy, pin, lock
1
19
Cap, pin, lock
1
20
Screw, dome
4
21
Coating, bracket, switch
1
22
Slider, track
2
23
Shaft, wheel, incline
2
24
Coating, frame, incline
1
25
Washer, frame, support
6
26
Motor(YC)
1
27
Sensor, speed, w/ cable
1
28
Assy, motor, incline, 110V
1
29
PCB, controller,110V
1
30
Assy, switch, 110V
1
31
Plating, bracket, motor
1
32
Screw, bottom-cut
2
33
Belt, drive
1
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T560 (230V)
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ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
34
Belt, running
1
35
Assy, roller, rear
1
36
Deck
1
37
Cover, motor
1
38
Bracket, stopper, R
2
39
Landing, side
2
40
Cap, frame, main, rear, L
1
41
Cap, frame, main, rear, R
1
42
Overlay, console
1
43
Overlay, membrane
1
44
Cover, base, console, top
1
45
Cylinder, hybrid
2
46
Assy, roller, front
1
47
PCB, console
1
48
Cover, handle, top, R
1
49
Contact, sensor
2
50
Weldment, base, console
1
51
Tube, bar, handle
2
52
Foam, bar, handle
2
53
Cover, handle, btm, R
1
54
Cap, handle
2
55
Switch, micro, positive-action
1
56
Plate, switch, micro
1
57
Chip, iron, key, safety
1
58
Cam, safety key
1
59
Key, safety
1
60
Cover, base, console, btm
1
61
Ring, upright
2
62
Coating, upright, L
1
63
Cover, handle, top, L
1
64
Cover, handle, btm, L
1
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EXPLODED DRAWING T560(230V)
T560 (230V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
QTY.
65
Spring steel, cam, safety key
1
66
Coating, upright, R
1
67
Bushing, wheel, rear
2
68
Screw, dome
2
69
Screw, dome
2
70
Screw, flange
6
71
Screw, hex
1
72
WASHER,SPRING
2
73
Screw, dome
1
74
Washer, flat
2
75
Screw, hex
1
76
Screw, dome
4
77
Nut, nylon
2
78
Screw, hex
1
79
Bar, handle
2
80
Screw, countersunk
6
81
Bracket, landing, side
6
82
Screw, dome
10
83
Screw, socket
2
84
Washer, flat
2
85
Screw, socket
2
86
Screw, dome
2
87
Nut, Hex
2
88
Nut, nylon
2
89
Screw, dome
11
90
Screw, dome
14
91
Screw, dome
16
92
Screw, dome
4
93
Screw, dome
2
94
Screw, phillips
2
95
Axes, cam, safety key
1
96
Screw, dome
8
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T560 (230V)
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97
Washer, curve
6
98
Washer, star
6
99
Screw, dome
4
100
Screw, dome
2
101
Inlet, AC
1
102
Breaker, circuit, 110V
1
103
Switch, power
1
104
Sleeve, screw
4
105
Filter
1
106
Screw, phillips
4
107
Choke
1
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(110V)
T561(110V)
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(110V)
21
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22
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(110V)
23
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(110V)
Section 5
24
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T561(110V)
T561 (110V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
1
Coating, frame, base
1
2
Cap, end, frame, base
2
3
Foot, front, frame, base
2
4
Coating, support, L
1
5
Coating, support, R
1
6
Stop, lock
1
7
Wheel, incline
2
8
Washer, star
6
9
Nut, nylon
10
10
Wheel, moving
1
11
Wheel, moving
1
12
Washer, roller
4
13
Washer, flat
15
14
Coating, frame, main
1
15
Cushion, deck
4
16
Shaft, release
1
17
Cap, pin, lock
1
18
Assy, pin, lock
1
19
Cap, pin, lock
1
20
Screw, dome
4
21
Coating, bracket, switch
1
22
Slider, track
2
23
Shaft, wheel, incline
2
24
Coating, frame, incline
1
25
Washer, frame, support
6
26
Motor(YC)
1
27
Sensor, speed, w/ cable
1
28
Assy, motor, incline, 110V
1
29
PCB, controller,110V
1
30
Assy, switch, 110V
1
31
Plating, bracket, motor
1
32
Screw, bottom-cut
2
33
Belt, drive
1
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(110V)
T561 (110V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
QTY.
34
Belt, running
1
35
Assy, roller, rear
1
36
Deck
1
37
Cover, motor
1
38
Bracket, stopper, R
2
39
Landing, side
2
40
Cap, frame, main, rear, L
1
41
Cap, frame, main, rear, R
1
42
Overlay, console
1
43
Overlay, membrane
1
44
Cover, base, console, top
1
45
Cylinder, hybrid
2
46
Assy, roller, front
1
47
PCB, console
1
48
Cover, handle, top, R
1
49
Contact, sensor
2
50
Coating, base, console
1
51
Coating, tube, bar, handle
2
52
Foam, bar, handle
2
53
Cover, handle, btm, R
1
54
Cap, handle
2
55
Switch, micro, positive-action
1
56
Plate, switch, micro
1
57
Chip, iron, key, safety
1
58
Cam, safety key
1
59
Key, safety
1
60
Cover, base, console, btm
1
61
Ring, upright
2
62
Coating, upright, L
1
63
Cover, handle, top, L
1
64
Cover, handle, btm, L
1
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T561 (110V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
65
Spring steel, cam, safety key
1
66
Coating, upright, R
1
67
Bushing, wheel, rear
2
68
Screw, dome
2
69
Screw, dome
2
70
Screw, flange
6
71
Screw, hex
1
72
WASHER,SPRING
2
73
Screw, dome
1
74
Washer, flat
2
75
Screw, hex
1
76
Screw, dome
4
77
Nut, nylon
2
78
Screw, hex
1
79
Bar, handle
2
80
Screw, countersunk
6
81
Bracket, landing, side
6
82
Screw, dome
10
83
Screw, socket
2
84
Washer, flat
2
85
Screw, socket
2
86
Screw, dome
2
87
Nut, Hex
2
88
Nut, nylon
2
89
Screw, dome
11
90
Screw, dome
14
91
Screw, dome
16
92
Screw, dome
4
93
Screw, dome
2
94
Screw, phillips
2
95
Axes, cam, safety key
1
96
Screw, dome
8
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T561 (110V)
Update: 2007.08.08
97
Washer, curve
6
98
Washer, star
6
99
Screw, dome
4
100
Screw, dome
2
101
Inlet, AC
1
102
Breaker, circuit, 110V
1
103
Switch, power
1
104
Speaker
2
105
Board, receiver, wireless
1
106
Cable, MP3/CD,console
1
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T561(230V)
29
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31
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Section 5
32
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(230V)
33
Section 5
HS Consumer Treadmill
EXPLODED DRAWING T561(230V)
T561 (230V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
Coating, frame, base
1
2
Cap, end, frame, base
2
3
Foot, front, frame, base
2
4
Bracket, support, L
1
5
Bracket, support, R
1
6
Stop, lock
1
7
Wheel, incline
2
8
Washer, star
6
9
Nut, nylon
10
10
Wheel, moving
1
11
Wheel, moving
1
12
Washer, roller
4
13
Washer, flat
15
14
Coating, frame, main
1
15
Cushion, deck
4
16
Shaft, release
1
17
Cap, pin, lock
1
18
Assy, pin, lock
1
19
Cap, pin, lock
1
20
Screw, dome
4
21
Coating, bracket, switch
1
22
Slider, track
2
23
Shaft, wheel, incline
2
24
Coating, frame, incline
1
25
Washer, frame, support
6
26
Motor(YC)
1
27
Sensor, speed, w/ cable
1
28
Assy, motor, incline, 110V
1
29
PCB, controller,110V
1
30
Assy, switch, 110V
1
31
Plating, bracket, motor
1
32
Screw, bottom-cut
2
33
Belt, drive
1
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EXPLODED DRAWING T561(230V)
T561 (230V)
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ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
34
Belt, running
1
35
Assy, roller, rear
1
36
Deck
1
37
Cover, motor
1
38
Bracket, stopper, R
2
39
Landing, side
2
40
Cap, frame, main, rear, L
1
41
Cap, frame, main, rear, R
1
42
Overlay, console
1
43
Overlay, membrane
1
44
Cover, base, console, top
1
45
Cylinder, hybrid
2
46
Assy, roller, front
1
47
PCB, console
1
48
Cover, handle, top, R
1
49
Contact, sensor
2
50
Weldment, base, console
1
51
Tube, bar, handle
2
52
Foam, bar, handle
2
53
Cover, handle, btm, R
1
54
Cap, handle
2
55
Switch, micro, positive-action
1
56
Plate, switch, micro
1
57
Chip, iron, key, safety
1
58
Cam, safety key
1
59
Key, safety
1
60
Cover, base, console, btm
1
61
Ring, upright
2
62
Coating, upright, L
1
63
Cover, handle, top, L
1
64
Cover, handle, btm, L
1
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T561 (230V)
Update: 2007.08.08
ITEM No.
PARTS DESCRIPTION
QTY.
65
Spring steel, cam, safety key
1
66
Coating, upright, R
1
67
Bushing, wheel, rear
2
68
Screw, dome
2
69
Screw, dome
2
70
Screw, flange
6
71
Screw, hex
1
72
WASHER,SPRING
2
73
Screw, dome
1
74
Washer, flat
2
75
Screw, hex
1
76
Screw, dome
4
77
Nut, nylon
2
78
Screw, hex
1
79
Bar, handle
2
80
Screw, countersunk
6
81
Bracket, landing, side
6
82
Screw, dome
10
83
Screw, socket
2
84
Washer, flat
2
85
Screw, socket
2
86
Screw, dome
2
87
Nut, Hex
2
88
Nut, nylon
2
89
Screw, dome
11
90
Screw, dome
14
91
Screw, dome
16
92
Screw, dome
4
93
Screw, dome
2
94
Screw, phillips
2
95
Axes, cam, safety key
1
96
Screw, dome
8
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T561 (230V)
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97
Washer, curve
6
98
Washer, star
6
99
Screw, dome
4
100
Screw, dome
2
101
Inlet, AC
1
102
Breaker, circuit, 110V
1
103
Switch, power
1
104
Speaker
2
105
Board, receiver, wireless
1
106
Cable, MP3/CD,console
1
107
Sleeve, screw
4
108
Filter
1
109
Screw, phillips
4
110
Choke
1
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SECTION VI
Section VI
MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION
Section 6
1
HS Consumer Treadmill
Preventive Maintenance Schedule
ITEM
WEEKLY
MONTHLY
QUARTERLY
BI-ANNUAL
DISPLAY CONSOLE ASSEMBLEY
Hardware
Overlay
Emergency
Switch/Key
Clean
Inspect
Inspect
Clean
Inspect
HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY
Hardware
Handlebar
Side Hand Rails
Inspect
Inspect
Inspect
FRAME ASSEMBLY
Hardware
Motor Cover
Drive Belt
Front Roller
Rear Roller
2
Inspect
Clean
Inspect
Inspect
Inspect
Section 6
ANNUAL
HS Consumer Treadmill
UNPACKGING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: For your own safety, be sure to fold up the deck before removing the treadmill from
the carton.
1. Remove the computer console box and uprights set carefully.
2. Remove all the packaging materials.
3. Find and read the assembly instructions before assembling the treadmill.
4. Assemble the treadmill according to assembly instructions.
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5. Fold up and move out the treadmill from carton packaging.
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INSALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS !
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DO NOT position the rear of the treadmill within 6 feet (2 meter) of the nearest obstruction. The
sides of the treadmill should maintain a minimum clearance of 8 inches (20 cm) from the nearest
treadmill or other obstruction.
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DO NOT locate the treadmill outdoors, near swimming pools, or in areas of high humidity.
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DO verify the contents of the delivery carton against the accompanying parts listing prior to setting
the cartons and shipping material aside. If any part is missing, contact Customer Support Services
at the number listed on the back page of this assembly instruction booklet.
Save the shipping cartons in case of return.
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DO read the entire Operation Manual prior to attempting to operate this machine, as this is
essential for proper use. The Manual explains how to properly use the treadmill and helps you
design an aerobic workout tailored to your personal fitness needs or requirements.
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TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLEY…
6mm Allen Key (provided)
T560 / T561 PARTS DESCRIPTION
1
CONSOLE
Qty: 1
2
LEFT UPRIGHT POST
Qty: 1
3
RIGHT UPRIGHT POST
Qty: 1
5
6
7
SCREW DOME HEAD
M8x15mm
WASHER, CURVE
OD17xID8.5x1.5T
SCREW DOME HEAD
M8x50mm
WASHER, STAR
OD15xID8.4x0.8T
Qty: 8
Qty: 6
Qty: 4
Qty: 6
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PREVENTIVE MAITENANCE TIPS
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IMPORTANT! DO NOT DISCARD THE SHIP KIT LOCATED ON TOP OF THE DECK AND BELT. ALL NECESSARY
COMPONENTS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE INSTALLATION ARE LOCATED IN THE SHIP KIT.
1.
ASSEMBLE THE UPRIGHT POSTS
Connect the cable(A) with (B) before you
assemble the upright posts to the base frame
Secure upright posts(2)&(3) with two short
screws(4) 、 four long screws(6) and six
washers(5and7).
2.
ASSEMBLE THE CONSOLE
Secure the console base (1) to the upright
posts(2)&(3) with six washers (5and7) and six
screws(4)
Be careful not to pinch or damage the cable.
Assemble the console(1) and two hands by
four screws(E). Connect the cable(C) with (D),
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Only one tool is required to assemble the
treadmill.
This tool is provided along with the bolt pack.
Keep the tool to tension the running belt in the
future.
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COMMUNICATING BY FAX
If you would like to submit a part order, or if you need help troubleshooting a
problem, we have included, for your convenience, a FAX form on the following
page. Simply make a copy (or copies) of the FAX sheet and fill in the necessary
information. You may FAX us at any time, 24 hours a day, to either of the
numbers shown. A HS service representative will process your order, or respond
to your problem, as quickly as possible.
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IMPORTANT! DO NOT DISCARD THE SHIP KIT LOCATED ON TOP OF THE DECK AND BELT. ALL NECESSARY
COMPONENTS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE INSTALLATION ARE LOCATED IN THE SHIP KIT.
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PARTS ORDER
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□
(IF BOTH PLEASE INDICATE)
PRODUCT TROUBLESHOOTING
SALE
WARRANTY
NAME:
CUSTOMER NO:
DATE:
PHONE:
FAX:
CONTACT NAME:
METHOD OF SHIPMENT:
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1 DAY
□
2 DAY
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GROUND
PARTS ORDER FORM
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
1
2
3
4
5
6
PRODUCT TROUBLESHOOTING
PRODUCT NAME:
SERIAL NO.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM:
PRODUCT NAME:
SERIAL NO.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF PROBLEM:
TIME COMPLETED:
TECHNICIAN NAME:
Healthstream Taiwan Inc.
CUSTOMER SUPPORT SERVICES
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TIME RECEIVED:
Address: 16-3, Zichiang 1st Road
Jhongli, Taoyuan 32063 Taiwan R.O.C.
Phone: 886.3.433.6269
FAX: 886.3.433.6259
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