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BFE BFE0032 Owner`s manual
BFE0032 – Manhattan Uptown Treadmill
Owners Manual
www.bfe.net.au
CAUTION:
Always mount or dismount treadmill with speed at lowest setting to avoid possible injury
due to loss of balance. Follow mounting and dismounting instructions.
IMPORTANT:
Warming up first prepares the body for exercise by increasing circulation - supplying
more oxygen to the muscles and raising body temperature. Read all instructions
carefully before using the product. Retain this owner’s manual for future reference.
1. It is the responsibility of the owner to be sure that all users of this treadmill
are informed of all warnings and precautions.
2. Keep the treadmill indoors, away from moisture and dust. Do not put the
treadmill in a garage or covered patio, outdoors or near water.
3. Keep pets and small children away from the treadmill at all times.
4. Never start the treadmill while you are standing on the walking belt.
5. Always hold the handrails while using the treadmill.
6. The treadmill is capable of high speeds. To avoid sudden jumps in speed,
adjust the speed in small increments.
7. Regularly inspect and tighten all parts of the treadmill.
from all moving parts.
Keep hands away
8. When folding or moving the treadmill, make sure that the safety lock is fully
engaged. Please refer to the folding instructions pages of this manual for safety
lock operation.
9. Always unplug the power cord before performing the maintenance and adjustment
procedures described in this manual. Do not remove the motor cover unless
instructed to do so by an authorized service representative. Servicing other than
the procedures in this manual should be performed by an authorized service
representative only.
10. Keep all electrical components, such as the motor and power cord, away from
water or other liquids to prevent shock. Do not set anything on the handrail,
computer console or belt. Never place liquids on any part of the unit.
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11. Always insert the safety key and attach the clip to your clothing at your waist
before beginning your workout. If you should encounter problems and need to
stop the motor quickly, simply pull on the cord to disengage the safety key from
the console. To continue operation, simply reinsert the safety key into the
console.
12. Remove the safety key and store it away in a safe place when the treadmill is
not in use. Keep the safety key away from children.
13. Wear the proper exercise clothing and shoes for your workout. Do not wear
loose clothing or shoes with leather soles or heels. Be sure to tie long hair
back.
14. Keep all loose clothing and towels away from running surface. The belt will not
stop immediately if an object becomes caught in the rollers or belt. Should an
object become caught, turn the unit off immediately.
15. Proceed with caution when getting on or off the treadmill. Use the handrails
whenever possible. Only step onto the running surface only when the treadmill is
running at a very low speed. Do not step off the treadmill while the belt is moving.
16. To get on or off the running surface, straddle the running surface by standing on
the right and left plastic platforms on each side of the belt. Use this procedure
before starting the belt (to begin your workout) and after it has stopped (at the
end of your workout).
17. Never attempt to turn around while on the treadmill with the belt running. Keep your
head and body facing forward at all times.
18. Never turn on the treadmill while someone is standing on the running surface.
19. Do not rock the treadmill, stand on the handrails or computer console at any time.
20. Be careful not to over exert yourself during your workout. Stop your workout
immediately, if you feel any pain or discomfort.
Consult your physician
immediately.
21. Do not modify or attempt any service on the treadmill yourself other than assembly
and maintenance described in this manual.
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STEP 1
Collapse box bottom and lay sides down before assembly and do not attempt to move the
treadmill out of its box until the unit is fully assembled. Locate the hardware bag and
parts that are listed in the chart below.
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STEP 2
Lift up the upright handlebar, then fasten the screws (B) and washer (D) (E) tightly at the
bottom of the upright handlebar.
• Take care not to crush or damage cables inside upright.
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STEP 3
Attach the console to the upright by pressing both handlebars down.
Fasten the screws (B) and washers (D) on the handlebar as shown below.
• Take care not to crush or damage cables inside upright.
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STEP 4
Attach the Base Side Caps (I) with screws (C) at the bottom of the upright handlebar, and
tighten them well.
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Figure 1
FOLDING
After your treadmill is completely assembled, you may
fold the machine into the upright position for storage.
NOTE! Make sure the treadmill’s elevation is at its
lowest position (zero 0) before folding the deck to avoid
damage to your machine.
To fold the machine, raise the deck until it locks into
position. (Figure 1)
Make sure you hear the click sound of the deck locking
into position. This is to ensure the deck is locked in
place and will not drop back down.
Figure 2
TO RELEASE THE RUNNING DECK
Hold the upper end of machine, pull the pin to put down
the frame to the ground. (Figure 2)
NOTICE! This machine has a built-in safety unfolding
feature to help lower the deck slowly. Please make sure
there are no children or other things under the deck
when you lower it.
TO MOVE THE TREADMILL
Before moving the treadmill, be sure the power cord is
unplugged from the wall and the treadmill. Fold up the
running deck until it is locked and push the equipment
on its transportation wheels. Hold the handlebars to
move the treadmill forward. (Figure 3)
To prevent malfunctioning of the treadmill, store it in a
dry place with as little temperature variation as possible,
protected against dust. Always unplug the treadmill
from the electrical outlet when not in use.
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Figure 3
*** THE MACHINE WILL SHUT DOWN THE POWER WHEN
ELECTRICITY IS OVERLOADED.
A. Unplug the power cord from the machine’s socket.
B. Push in the safety switch.
C.Replug the power cord into the machine’s socket.
** DO NOT PUSH IN THE SAFETY SWITCH BEFORE UNPLUGGING
THE MACHINE’S POWER CORD.
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CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
To assist you to plan and regulate your personal fitness program we have established
these guidelines to help you on your way. Remember, ease into a new program and
maintain good nutrition to achieve the best results. HOWEVER IT’S IMPORTANT,
BEFORE BEGINNING THIS OR ANY EXERCISE PROGRAM TO CONSULT YOUR
PHYSICIAN!
EXERCISE INTENSITY
To achieve maximum benefit from exercise you need to exert yourself but without
experiencing breathlessness and fatigue. Knowing your heart rate is the key to getting
better results. Determine your target heart rate, based on your age and work within the
range to achieve weight loss faster! For effective aerobic exercise, the heart rate must
be maintained at a level between 70% and 85% of your maximum heart rate. This is your
"Training Zone". For both conditioned and unconditioned persons according to age. Use
the column that is appropriate for you.
AGE
UNCONDITIONEDTR
AINING
ZONE(BEATS/MIN)
CONDITIONEDTRAI
NING
ZONE(BEATS/MIN)
AGE
UNCONDITIONEDTR
AINING
ZONE(BEATS/MIN)
CONDITIONEDTRAI
NING
ZONE(BEATS/MIN)
20
138-167
133-162
55
127-155
122-149
25
136-166
132-160
60
126-153
121-147
30
135-164
130-158
65
125-151
119-145
35
134-162
129-156
70
123-150
118-144
40
132-161
127-155
75
122-147
117-142
45
131-159
125-153
80
120-146
115-140
50
129-156
124-150
85
118-144
114-139
During the first few weeks of your exercise program, you should keep your heart rate
near the low end of your Training Zone. Over the course of a few months, gradually
increase your heart rate until it reaches the high end of your Training Zone. As your
condition improves, a greater workload will be required in order to raise your heart rate to
your Training Zone.
To measure your heart rate, stop exercising and place two
fingers on your wrist where you feel a pulse. Carefully take a
six-second heart beat count (A six-second count is used
because your heart rate will drop rapidly after you stop
exercising). Add a 0 to the result to find your heart rate.
Compare your heart rate to your Training Zone. If your heart
rate is too low, increase you level of exertion. If your heart
rate is too high, decrease your level of exertion.
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WORKOUT PATTERN
Each workout should consist of 5 basic parts:
1.AT REST 2.WARMING-UP 3.TRAINING ZONE EXERCISE
4.COOLING DOWN 5.AT REST
Warming up is an important part of every workout. Warming up prepares the body for
more strenuous exercise by increasing circulation, delivering more oxygen to the
muscles, and raising the body temperature. This can be done by stretching for 5-10
minutes prior to exercising. After warming up, begin exercising at a low intensity level
for a few minutes. Then increase the intensity to raise your heart rate to your Training
Zone for a period of 20-30 minutes.
HOW TO START
First of all, start out slow and easy. Just walk for 10 minutes. Do this every day for
a week. If this was easy for you, add five minutes to your exercise for week 2.
Keep adding 5 minutes until you are running as long as desired.
WATCH YOUR POSTURE
Think of elongating your body. Hold your head up and eyes forward. Your shoulders
should be down, back and relaxed. Tighten your abdominals and buttocks.
Be sure to drink plenty of water before, during and after exercise. Incorporate a warm
up, cool down and stretches into your routine. Start your walk at a slow warm up pace,
stop and do a few warm up stretches. Then exercise for the desired length of time. End
your exercise with the slower cool down pace and stretch well. Stretching will make you
feel great and assist in injury prevention.
The toughest thing about starting a fitness program is developing a habit. Walking
daily will help (a minimum of 5 days a week is a good goal). You should walk fast
enough to reach your Target Heart Rate, but you should not be gasping for air.
After you have formed the habit you will want to evaluate your program and your goals.
To improve cardiovascular fitness walk 3 to 4 days a week, 20 to 30 minutes at a very
fast pace. If you are exercising for weight loss you should walk a minimum of five days
a week, 45 to 60 minutes at a "purposeful" pace.
If you're new to exercise, start off with slow, short sessions and build your way up
gradually. If you have any health concerns or medical conditions, be sure to check
with your doctor for advice before you begin a routine.
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Stretching is one of the most important elements of a good fitness; many users don't
stretch enough, or stretch incorrectly. Stretching can be time consuming, but it is
important for good exercise form and injury prevention.
IMPORTANT RULES FOR STRETCHING:
1. Always warm up prior to stretching.
2. Do not bounce. A stretch should be a gentle movement. Slowly go to the point where
you feel tension in the muscle.
3. A good stretch should not hurt. If you are stretching to the point of pain you are
stretching too hard.
4. To lengthen the muscles hold the stretch for 30 to 40 seconds.
STRETCHING ROUTINE
Toe points - Lift one foot off the floor and gently point the toe. Hold for a few seconds.
Now, flex your foot pointing your toe up. Do about five of these on each foot.
Ankle circles - Stand with your weight on one foot. Lift one foot off the floor and gently
point the toe. Rotate your ankle and do about ten circles in each direction, then change
feet. Do this about two or three times with each foot.
Arm circles- Hold your arms straight out to the side. Make small circles going
backward, gradually getting larger and larger. Rest for a second and do the same thing
in the forward direction. Do this a couple of times until your arms, shoulders and upper
back are warmed up.
Hamstring and lower back- Slowly bend forward from your waist with your knees
slightly bent. Reach for the floor and hold. Only bend as far as comfortable.
Lower back- While lying on your back, bring both knees up towards the chest with the
hands. Round the lower back and relax into the stretch. Don't do this stretch on a hard
surface... use a stretching mat, which will provide the required support.
Shoulder stretch-Standing upright, cross left arm over chest. Place your right hand on
your upper arm and pull arm in tight to chest .Be sure to keep shoulders down and do
not pull at the elbow. Hold, and then repeat stretch with other arm.
Neck relax-Turn and look over your right shoulder and hold. Repeat on the left side.
Don't hyper-extend the neck, or tilt it backwards
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NOTICE :
The treadmill should be placed on a level surface. If the treadmill is not level, the belt will
continuously track to low side of the treadmill.
WALKING BELT TENSION
As walking belts tend to stretch slightly with use, the belt may occasionally need to be
tightened. If the belt is too loose, you may find the belt stops while running or walking,
while the motor continues to run.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE BELT. This will cause reduced motor performance and
roller damage.
When properly tensioned, you should be able to
lift the side of the belt about 2-3 inches (5-7.5
centimeters). A quick test for belt tension: you
should be able to fit three fingers under the edge
of the belt.
To tighten belt:
Use Allen key provided with the treadmill, place
it in the hole in the left rear end cap and into the
socket of the adjustment screw. Turn Allen key
one full turn clockwise. Then place Allen key in
hole in the right end cap and turn key one full
turn clockwise. Check the tension of the belt.
Continue to do this until belt is at the correct
tension. Make sure to adjust both sides equally
to ensure correct belt alignment.
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WALKING BELT CENTERING
The walking belt may occasionally need to be centered. First be certain that the belt is
tensioned properly. Start the treadmill and run it at about 6km/h. Place the allen key
through the hole in the left rear end cap and into the socket of the adjustment screw. (See
picture below)
1. If belt has moved too far to the left:
Turn the left adjustment screw 1/4 turn clockwise (tight) or turn the right adjustment
screw 1/4 turn anticlockwise (loose). Take off the rear end caps and make sure
both sides of the rear roller are parallel.
2. If belt has moved too far to the right:
Turn the left adjustment screw 1/4 turn anticlockwise (loose) or turn the right
adjustment screw 1/4 turn clockwise (tight). Take off the rear end caps and make
sure both sides of the rear roller are parallel.
Continue to run the treadmill around 3-5 minutes to ensure the belt has been centered.
Make sure the belt is not too loose to be slippery and you have not made an
over-adjustment.
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WARNING: ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TREADMILL FROM THE ELECTRICAL OUTLET
BEFORE CLEANING, LUBRICATING OR SERVICING THE UNIT.
CLEANING
General cleaning of the treadmill will prolong the life of the treadmill and improve
performance. Keep the unit dean by dusting regularly. Be sure to dust the exposed part of
the desk on either side of the walking belt and also the side rails. For best performance,
we recommend your treadmill be placed on a treadmill mat. Along with reducing noise, a
treadmill mat will help to keep dust debris away from your treadmill's critical components.
Clean the top of the belt with a wet, soapy cloth. Be careful to keep liquid away from
inside the motorized treadmill frame or underneath the belt.
WARNING : ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TREADMILL FROM THE ELECTRICAL OUTLET
BEFORE REMOVING THE MOTOR COVER. At least once a year remove the
motor cover and vacuum under the motor cover.
WALKING BELT AND DECK LUBRICATION
It's important to take good care of your treadmill
deck (the walking surface underneath the belt),
because the belt/deck friction may affect the
function and life of your treadmill and requires
periodic lubrication.
Provided with the treadmill is a small sample bottle of lubrication oil. Just lift the belt and
spread from the centre of the deck to the edge where the belt touches the deck, do this to
both sides of the treadmill. If you run or jog your stride widens, so spread to the front of
the deck to reduce friction in this area. Use the following timetable as a guide to lubricate
the deck. Silicone spray can also be used as a belt and deck lubricant following the same
instruction.
Note: In tropical areas you may have to lubricate more often due to humidity.
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BEFORE STARTING
Straddle the belt and stand on the plastic side rails. Place the safety key onto the circle
on the overlay and attach the clip to your clothing. Do not stand on the walking belt
while starting or stopping the treadmill. If you are a new user, stay at a slow speed and
hold onto the handrails until you become comfortable.
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KEY FUNCTIONS
A. Safety Key
The monitor and the treadmill can be operated only with the key attached on
SAFETY KEY position. And both monitor and treadmill stop as soon as the key is
removed.
B. Major Function Keys
1. INCLINE +
a. Press this button to choose the program from P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7
and P8.
b. During the setting mode, press this button to increase the setting value.
c. During the exercise mode, increases the incline level in the range from 0
to 10. Pressing once will increase 1 level and to speed up the increment
by pressing and holding this button for 2 seconds.
2. INCLINE -
a. Press this button to choose the program from Manual, P8, P7, P6, P5, P4,
P3, P2 and P1.
b. During the setting mode, press this button to decrease the setting value.
c. During the exercise mode, decreases the incline level in the range from
10 to 0. Pressing once will decreases 1 level and to speed up the
decrement by pressing and holding it for 2 seconds.
3. START/STOP
To Start or stop the desired program.
4. ENTER/SELECT
a. Press this button to confirm your desired program or setting value.
b. During exercise mode, press this button to switch display for time, incline,
pulse and distance, calories, speed.
5. SPEED +
a. Press this button to choose the program form Manual, P1, P2, P3, P4, P5,
P6, P7 and P8.
b. During the setting mode, press this button to increase the setting value.
c. During the exercise mode, increases the speed level in the range from
minimum speed through maximum speed shown in the SPEED Display.
Pressing once increases 0.2KPH or 0.1MPH. To speed up the increment,
hold this button for more than 2 seconds.
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6. SPEED -
a. Press this button to choose the program form Manual, P8, P7, P6, P5, P4,
P3, P2 and P1.
b. During the setting mode, press this button to decrease the setting value.
c. During the exercise mode, decreases the speed level in the range from
maximum speed through minimum speed shown in the SPEED Display.
Pressing once decreases 0.2KPH or 0.1MPH. To speed up the
decrement, hold this button for more than 2 seconds.
7. SPEED HOT KEYS
a. 3 Speed Hot Keys are set as 3, 6, 9 KPH ( 3, 6, 9 MPH ).
b. For example, the speed changes from any speed to 6KPH by pressing
the Speed Hot Key 6.
8. INCLINE HOT KEYS
a. 3 Incline Hot Keys are set as 3, 6, 9 %.
b. For example, the elevation level changes from any level to 6% by
pressing the Incline Hot Key 6.
9. SPEED QUICK-ACCESS KEYS
a. + same as SPEED +
b. - same as SPEED -
10. INCLINE QUICK-ACCESS KEYS
a. + same as INCLINE +
b. - same as INCLINE -
● LED Indicators & Displays and Operating Ranges
The default values are PROGRAM = Manual (P1), TIME = 00:00 (counting up),
SPEED = 0.00, DISTANE = 0.00 (counting up), CALORIES = 0 (counting up), PULSE
= 0, and INCLINE = 0.
A. LED Functions Indicators
Indicate the functions of SPEED, DISTANCE, CALORIE and TIME, INCLINE,
PULSE. .
B. 10 LED Track
One circle is 0.4km (0.25Mile)
C. TIME Display
Display shows the exercising time with counting up or down. While the treadmill is
not running and the SAFETY KEY is on, it can be chosen by pressing ENTER then
adjusted by pressing + or -. The range of counting up is from 00:00 to 99:59
and 10:00 to 99:00 with counting down. While counting down to 00:00, the monitor
will beep 12 times then the treadmill will stop.
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D. SPEED Display
Display shows the speed that the treadmill is providing. It can be adjusted by
pressing SPEED + and SPEED - keys.
E. DISTANCE
Display shows the distance with counting up. The range of counting up is from
0.00 to 99.99MPH/KPH.
F. CALORIES
Display shows the calories with counting up. The range of counting up is from 0 to
9999 Kcal.
G. PULSE
Display your heart rate in beats per minute.
H. INCLINE
Display the level of incline from 0 to 10.
● Operation Instructions ( Please read carefully before using. )
A. Safety Tips
To start, turn on the power and attach the Safety Key to the monitor. Notice that
the machine does not work and off the LED display without the Safety Key
attached. Please clip the other end of the Safety Key to the user before exercising
to ensure the machine will stop in case the user accidentally runs off the treadmill.
Should that happen, the Safety Key will be off the monitor and the treadmill will
stop at once to avoid further injury.
B. Programs Selection
There are 8 programs including Manual and 7 preset programs. To select by
pressing the INCLINE +/- or SPEED +/- key.
C. Exercising with A Specific Goal
In any programs, users may change the values of TIME before exercising. Press
ENTER key to select each of them, and INCLINE +/- or SPEED +/- key
to change the value. Without changing any of the values and all are 0, users can
run as long as possible until it is turned off. Users may also put the desired TIME
value to count down. For example, TIME is set to 10 minutes, and then the
treadmill will stop after 10 minutes.
D. Heart Rate
Using the hand pulse sensor to measure your heart rate. Please use both hands to
gently hold the Hand Pulse Sensors. There are 2 sensors and 2 pieces of metal
part each sensor. Each hand must gently hold both metal pieces to trigger the
measuring. The pulse rate will show in the PULSE Display.
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● OPERATION
A. Insert the Safety Key to the SAFETY KEY position
After insert the Safety Key, 2 LED windows and track will glitter. Press the ENTER button to
enter the setting mode.
B. Press the INCLINE +/- or SPEED +/- buttons to choose your desired program from
P1 to P8.
● PROGRAMS
In the Manual
a. Press Enter button to enter this program.
b. The TIME window will glitter. Use the INCLINE +/- or SPEED +/- buttons to set up
the desired exercise time.
c. Press the ENTER to confirm your setting value.
d. Press START to begin exercise.
Note:If you would not like to select any special target to reach, just press START to do the
exercise.
In the Program 2 to Program 8
Program 2 to Program 5 is Incline Program.
(Incline will change automatically during the exercise.)
Program 6 to Program 8 is Speed program.
(Speed will change automatically during the exercise.)
a. Press ENTER button to enter your desired program.
b. The SPEED window will glitter. Use the INCLINE +/- or SPEED +/-
buttons to set up the desired speed you would like to exercise.
c. Press the ENTER to confirm your setting value.
d. TIME window will glitter. Use the INCLINE +/- or SPEED +/- buttons to
set up the desired exercise time.
e. Press the ENTER to confirm your setting value.
f. Press START to begin exercise.
Note:If you would not like to select any special target to reach, just press START to
do the exercise.
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In HRC Weight Loss Heart Rate Program :
The user should hold the hand pulse sensor all the time or wear the heart rate strap if
available to use this program. After the program is confirmed, AGE appears on the
dot matrix. Using the speed or incline arrow keys, the user enters his/her age.
Target heart rate (THR) is computed at 65% of maximum (220 – AGE) and appears in
the heart rate window. THR can be changed at this time using the elevation keys.
Press START and the treadmill starts at 0.8 kph, and the user controls in the speed.
After a 3 1/2 minute warm-up, the incline begins to adjust at a rate of 1% every 30
seconds until the target heart rate zone is reached (THR +- 5BPM). If the THR zone
is exceeded, the incline declines at a rate of 1% every 30 seconds until the heart rate
is in the THR zone.
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WARRANTY
BFE0032 – Manhattan Uptown Treadmill
Lifetime Frame
5 Years Motor
1 Year Parts
IMPORTANT
Please read and retain this manual as it will assist with identification for parts and service.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------BOYLES FITNESS warrants their products to be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service conditions.
The various components are warranted against defects and workmanship for 1 year.
All warranty coverage extends only to the original retail purchaser from the date of purchase.
BOYLES FITNESS’ obligation under this Warranty is limited to replacing or repairing, at BOYLES’
option, the product or parts therein. Any enquiries relating to warranties or spare parts must be
directed to our Service Centre 07 3272 7010.
For efficient processing of your enquiry please have relevant date of purchase, retailer name you
purchased the item from and the brand on the product. This warranty does not extend to any
damage to a product caused by abuse, improper or abnormal usage (as detailed in this instruction
manual), or repairs not provided by BOYLES. Nor does this warranty extend to products used for
commercial or rental purposes. This warranty does not cover ordinary wear, tear and weathering,
failure to follow directions, improper installation, improper maintenance or acts of God (such as
damage caused by storms, lightning and by snow or ice). No other Warranty beyond that
specifically set forth above is authorised by BOYLES.
Our sales and service centre has been set up to provide assembly assistance, replacement parts
and accessories, and to efficiently handle all warranty related matters.
Phone
07 3272 7010
Hours
9:00am – 4:00pm Mon-Fri (excluding public holidays),
Website
www.bfe.net.au
WARRANTY INFORMATION
BFE0032 – Manhattan Uptown Treadmill
Congratulations on your purchase!
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As of January 1 2012, new legislation under the Australian Consumer Law requires certain information to be
included in any product warranty issued in Australia. This warranty compliments the warranty found in the
manual and has been developed in line with the Australian Consumer Law. If the warranty periods offered in
the two documents are different then the greater of the two shall be honoured.
This product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and
service conditions for a period of 6 months from the date of purchase of this article. Evidence of unfair
usage or incorrect adjustment by the owner will void this promise.
The benefits conferred by this manufacturer's warranty are in addition to all rights and remedies conveyed by
the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Commonwealth), and any other statutory rights to which you may
already be entitled, and this warranty does not exclude, restrict or modify any such rights or remedies that are
implied by law.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are
entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to
be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
Conditions of Warranty
All warranty coverage extends only to the original retail purchaser from the date of purchase. Please keep your
receipt, tax invoice or other proof of purchase.
This warranty does not extend to any damage to a product caused by abuse, improper or abnormal usage, or
repairs not provided by us or our Service Centre. Nor does this warranty extend to products used for
commercial or rental purposes. This warranty does not cover ordinary wear, tear and weathering, failure to
follow directions, improper installation, improper maintenance or acts of God (such as damage caused by
storms, lightning, heavy winds and by snow or ice).
Making a Warranty Claim
In order to make a claim under this warranty please direct your enquiries to our Service Centre.
A service representative will then assist you in the appropriate action to be taken. For efficient processing of
your enquiry please have proof of purchase, the date of purchase and the retailer name you purchased the
item from, and the brand on the product. Photos of the product, and scans of receipts, may be requested to
assist with your claim.
The service centre representative will assess the claim. If:
1) There is a minor fault, they can offer either a replacement spare part, replacement unit, repair or
other suitable remedy;
2) There is a major fault, they can offer a replacement, repair or suggest you return to the store you
purchased it from for a full refund.
Please note – a request for compensation will need documentary evidence of the loss or damage
suffered. It will also need to be evidenced that such a loss was a reasonably foreseeable result of a
failure by Boyles Fitness to comply with a consumer guarantee under the Australian Consumer
Law.
3) The product was damaged through abnormal use, no refund or repair can be offered. The
sending of replacements, spare parts or the cost of repair carried out by the Service Centrewill be organized
and covered by Boyles Fitness. If collection of the item is required this will beorganized by the Service
Centre and at our expense. Do not return any products without authorization as this will be at your expense.
Our sales and service centre has been set up to provide assembly assistance, replacement parts and
accessories, and to efficiently handle all warranty related matters. Please note upon receiving your warranty
claim our Service Centre will send, via post or email, a repair and refurbished goods or parts notice.
SERVICE CENTRE
Contact details and hours of operation.
Phone 07 3272 7010
9:00am – 4:00pm Monday to Friday (excluding Public Holidays)
This product is warranted by Boyles Fitness Equipment Pty Ltd 130 Carrolls Road, Menangle NSW 2568
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