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Cybex Pro3 Treadmill
Owner’s Manual
Cardiovascular Systems
Part Number LT-21311-4 C
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Cybex Pro3 Treadmill
Owner’s Manual
Cardiovascular Systems
Part Number LT-21311-4 C
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Cybex Pro3 Treadmill Owner’s Manual
About This Manual
An Owner’s Manual is shipped with each unit. To purchase additional copies of this manual or any other
Cybex manual, please do one of the following:
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Fax orders to 508-533-5183
Contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239 or 508-533-4300
To contact Cybex with comments about this manual send an email to techpubs@cybexintl.com.
FCC Compliance Information
! WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception (which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on) the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.
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Table of Contents
Front Pages
About this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
FCC Compliance Information . . . . . . . . . i
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii
1 Safety
Important Voltage Information . . . . . . .
Grounding Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . .
Warning Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caution Decals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emergency Stop Key (e-stop) . . . . . . .
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-4
1-7
1-8
2 Technical Specifications
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
3 Operation
Terms and Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Quick Operation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Detailed Operation Guide . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Stopping the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Immobilization Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Emergency Dismount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Emergency Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Safety Sentry™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Control During Operation. . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Data Readouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Displaying Heart Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Heart Rate LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Use of Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Manual Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
The Workout Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
METs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Meaning of % Grade . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5K Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9 Holes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heart Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cardio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weight Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-10
3-10
3-12
3-14
3-16
3-18
4 Preventive Maintenance
Warnings/Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Regular Maintenance Activities . . . . . .
Cleaning Your Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . .
Running Belt Maintenance. . . . . . . . . .
Other Preventive Maintenance . . . . . .
Service Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-6
4-7
5 Setup and Assembly
Warnings/Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Choosing and Preparing a Site . . . . . . 5-1
Electrical Power Requirements . . . . . . 5-2
Assembling the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Testing the Treadmill Operation . . . . 5-11
Setting Operation Options . . . . . . . . . 5-12
6 Customer Service
Contacting Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial Number and Voltage . . . . . . . . .
Return Material Authorization (RMA). .
Damaged Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-7
6-8
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1- Safety
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions and warnings before using the treadmill.
Important Voltage Information
Before plugging the power cord into an electrical outlet, verify that the voltage requirements for your area
match the voltage of the treadmill that you have received. The power requirements for the Cybex Pro3
treadmill include a grounded, dedicated circuit, rated for one of the following: 115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and
20 amps; 208/220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps or 230 VAC ±5%, 50 Hz and 15 amps. See the serial number
decal for the exact voltage requirements of your treadmill.
! WARNING: Do not attempt to use this unit with a voltage adapter.
Do not attempt to use this unit with an extension cord.
Grounding Instructions
This treadmill must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of
least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a
cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into
an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
! DANGER: Improper connection of the
equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or service
provider if you are in doubt as to whether
the treadmill is properly grounded. Seek
a qualified electrician to perform any
modifications to the cord or plug. Cybex
is not responsible for injuries or damages
as a result of cord or plug modification.
This treadmill is for use on a nominal
115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps, 208/
220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps or 230 VAC
±5%, 50 Hz and 15 amps and a grounded,
dedicated circuit. Make sure that the
treadmill is connected to an outlet having
the same configuration as the plug. Do not
use a ground plug adapter to adapt the
power cord to a non-grounded outlet.
115V
NEMA 5-20
Euro Plug
CEE 7/7
208/220V
NEMA 6-15
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Important Safety Instructions
(Save These Instructions)
! DANGER: To reduce the risk of electric shock, always unplug this treadmill from the electrical
outlet immediately after using it and before cleaning it.
! WARNING: Serious injury could occur if these precautions are not observed. To reduce the
risk of burns, fires, electric shock, or injury:
User Safety Precautions
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DO NOT wear loose or dangling clothing while using the treadmill.
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Use the treadmill handrails for support and to maintain balance.
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Stop exercising if you feel faint, dizzy, or experience pain at any time.
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Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program.
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Read and understand emergency stop procedures.
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Replace any warning labels if damaged, worn or illegible.
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Report any malfunctions, damage or repairs to the facility.
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Place your feet on the two top steps when starting or stopping the treadmill.
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Stop and place the treadmill at 0 degrees incline (level) after each use.
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Keep children away from the treadmill. Teenagers and disabled persons must be supervised
while using.
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Obtain instruction before using.
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Keep all body parts, hair, towels, water bottles and the like free and clear of moving parts.
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Read and understand the Owner’s Manual and all warnings posted on the unit before using.
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DO NOT use the unit if you exceed 400 lbs. (181 kg). This is the rated maximum user weight.
Facility Safety Precautions
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Instruct all users on how to clip the e-stop clip onto their clothing and carefully test it prior to
using the treadmill.
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Instruct all users to use caution when mounting and dismounting the treadmill.
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Disconnect all power before servicing the treadmill.
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Use a dedicated line when operating the treadmill.
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Connect the treadmill to a properly grounded outlet only.
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DO NOT operate electrically powered treadmills in damp or wet locations.
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Keep the running belt clean and dry at all times.
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DO NOT leave the treadmill unattended when plugged in and running. NOTE: Before leaving the
treadmill unattended, always wait until the treadmill comes to a complete stop and is level. Then,
turn all controls to the STOP or OFF position and remove the plug from the outlet. Remove the
e-stop key from the treadmill.
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Immobilize the treadmill (when not in use) by removing the e-stop key.
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Inspect the treadmill for worn or loose components before each use. Do not use until worn or
damaged parts are replaced.
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Maintain and replace worn parts regularly. Refer to “Preventive Maintenance” section of Owner’s
Manual.
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DO NOT operate the treadmill if: (1) the cord is damaged; (2) the treadmill is not working properly
or (3) if the treadmill has been dropped or damaged. Seek service from a qualified technician.
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DO NOT place the cord near heated surfaces or sharp edges.
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DO NOT use the treadmill outdoors.
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DO NOT operate the treadmill around or where aerosol (spray) or where oxygen products are
being used.
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Read and understand the Owner’s Manual completely before using the treadmill.
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Ensure all users wear proper footwear on or around all Cybex equipment.
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Set up and operate the treadmill on a solid, level surface. Do not operate in recessed areas or
on plush carpet.
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Provide the following clearances: 19.7 inches (0.5 m) at each side, 79 inches (2.0 m) at the back and
enough room for safe access and passage at the front of the treadmill. Be sure your treadmill is clear
of walls, equipment and other hard surfaces.
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DO NOT attempt repairs, electrical or mechanical. Seek qualified repair personnel when servicing. If
you live in the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239. If you live outside the USA,
contact Cybex Customer Service at 508-533-4300.
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Use Cybex factory parts when replacing parts on the treadmill.
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DO NOT modify the treadmill in any way.
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DO NOT use attachments unless recommended for the treadmill by Cybex.
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Ensure all User and Facility safety precautions are observed.
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Carefully read and understand the following before using the Cybex Pro3 treadmill:
• Warning Decals
• Caution Decals
To replace any worn or damaged decals do one of the following: Fax orders to 508-533-5183 or contact
Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239. If you live outside of the USA, call 508-533-4300. For location
or part number of labels, see the parts list and exploded-view diagram.
Warning Decals
Warning decals indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death
or serious injury. The warning decals used on the Cybex Pro3 are shown below.
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All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified
personnel. Failure to do so could result in serious injury.
Service Schedule
NOTE: This is the minimum recommended service.
1. Determine mileage.
Date Mileage Service Initials
A. Enter Test Mode by holding
down any key while turning
the treadmill to the on
(I) position.
dist
(except on all
B. Press
Cybex Sport models).
DIST appears on the display.
First 500 Miles
A Check Running Belt Tension
& Tracking.
Every 5000 Miles
A Check Running Belt Tension
& Tracking.
B Move Treadmill & Vacuum
Underneath.
C Remove Motor Cover to
Clean Underneath
with a Dry Cloth & Vacuum.
Every 10,000 Miles
D Replace Belt & Flip Deck.
E Check Motor Brushes
& Replace If Needed.
F Check Current Draw.
G Measure Motor Voltage at
Max Speed with No Load.
H Check Elevation Assembly
& Replace Worn Parts.
I Lubricate Elevation
Bushings.
Every 20,000 Miles
J Replace Belt & Deck.
DE-16609-4
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Caution Decals
Caution decals indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. There are no caution decals used on the Cybex Pro3 treadmill. However, there is a
caution in the installation instructions for initial installation only. See below.
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Emergency Stop Key (e-stop)
The e-stop key functions as the emergency stop. In an emergency situation, remove the e-stop key
and the treadmill will come to a stop. Before using the treadmill, clip the e-stop key as described below.
1. Clip the e-stop key to your clothing. NOTE: Be sure the string is free of knots and has enough
slack for you to run comfortably with the e-stop key in place.
2. Without falling off the treadmill, carefully step backward until the e-stop falls off the treadmill.
NOTE: If the e-stop clip falls off your clothing then the test has failed. Reclip the e-stop clip to
your clothing and repeat this step.
3. Replace e-stop after successfully testing the e-stop key. See the illustration shown below.
4. The treadmill is now ready to be used.
5. After use, remove the e-stop key from the treadmill.
NOTE: The e-stop key shall be removed to help prevent unauthorized use. Refer to the Stopping
the Treadmill section in the Operation chapter for more information about the e-stop key.
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2 - Technical Specifications
Specifications
Length:
Width:
Running Area:
Weight of Product:
Shipping Weight
Speed Range:
Incline Range:
Levels of Difficulty:
Manual Mode:
Programs:
Standard Features:
Optional Features:
Power Requirement:
Motor:
Emergency Stop:
Maximum User Weight:
Options:
79” (200 cm)
32” (82 cm)
20” x 58” (51 cm x 147 cm)
385 lbs. (173 kg)
415 lbs. (187 kg)
0.5 to 12.4 mph (0.8 to 20 kph) in 0.1 mph or 0.1 kph increments
-2 to 15% grade
Minimum of 10 per program
Yes
Quick Start plus Manual, Cardio, 9 Holes, 5K Run,
Heart Rate and Weight Loss
Safety Sentry™, Contact Heart Rate, Polar and CSAFE, frame color
choices include white texture, black texture, silver vein, black chrome
and platinum sparkle
Full length handrails, unlimited custom colors available
Grounded, dedicated circuit and one of the following:
• 115 VAC ±5, 60 Hz and 20 amps,
• 208/220 VAC, 60 Hz 15 amps
• 230 VAC ±5, 50 Hz and 15 amps
3.0 hp, DC continuous duty
Pull the emergency stop key (lanyard)
400 lbs. (181 kg)
Embedded A/V channel and volume controls and video mount bracket.
32”
(82 cm)
79” (200 cm)
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3 - Operation
Read and understand all instructions and warnings prior to using the treadmill. See all of the safety
related information located in chapter 1.
Terms and Symbols Used
This section lists some of the common terms and symbols used in this chapter. Other terms and symbols
are listed in this chapter as appropriate.
Dormant Mode – This occurs when the treadmill is plugged in, turned to the on (I) position and not in
use. The control panel will display a beating heart when the treadmill is in Dormant Mode.
Program Setup Mode – This begins after pressing any program key. Upon entering a program the LEDs
flash, prompting the user to adjust the appropriate settings.
Active Mode – This begins immediately after pressing the Quick Start key (Manual Mode), or after the
Program Setup Mode. The beginning of Active Mode is marked by the 3 second countdown and running
belt acceleration. Active Mode continues until you reach the end of a program, disengage the e-stop key
or press the Stop key.
Quick Start – This begins by pressing the Quick Start key. Quick Start skips the Program Setup Mode
and begins immediately in Manual Mode.
Manual Mode – This begins immediately after pressing the Quick Start key. In Manual Mode you can
customize your workout Time, Weight, Level, Speed and Incline by pressing those keys. You can
also begin Manual Mode by pressing the Manual program key (and be prompted to enter your weight and
time).
Workout Review – This begins after pressing the Stop key once, at the end of a program or when
the treadmill detects that you are not there (see Safety Sentry in this chapter). The workout statistics
accumulated during the previous workout session will display for 20 seconds (default setting) or until
Stop is pressed again. NOTE: You can change the 20 second default. See Setting Operation Options in
chapter 5.
Pause Mode – This begins when you press the Stop key once or when the treadmill detects that you are
not there and enters Workout Review (see Safety Sentry in this chapter). While in Workout Review you
can press the Quick Start key to resume your workout. The time, calories burned and other accumulated
data is remembered and added to.
Λ V - These keys adjust Time, Level, Weight or Age up or down.
Incline Λ V - These keys adjust Incline higher or lower.
Speed + – - These keys adjust Speed up (+) or down (–).
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Quick Operation Guide
NOTE: Maximum user weight is 400 lbs. (181 kg).
The following is a quick overview of the operation of the treadmill. For more information read Detailed
Operation Guide in this chapter. NOTE: Times specified in this chapter reflect the treadmills defaults.
To change the defaults see Setting Operation Options in chapter 5.
1. Place your feet on the two top steps located on each side of the running belt.
! CAUTION: Do not stand on the running belt when starting the treadmill. Always place your
feet on the two top steps when beginning a workout.
2. Clip the e-stop clip onto your clothing and test it as described under Emergency Stop in the
Safety chapter.
3. Press any program key or press Quick Start to skip the settings and begin Manual Mode
immediately.
4. If you pressed a program key to select a program, you will now be prompted for workout Time,
Weight, Level and Age as appropriate. Adjust these settings with the Λ V arrows and press Enter
to proceed.
5. The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” after which it accelerates the belt to 1.0 mph (1.0 kph)
(for Manual Mode) or the speed of the program that you selected.
6. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking.
7. Press the Speed + – keys to change the belt speed at any time. The right display will show the current
speed.
8. Press the Incline Λ V keys to change the incline at any time. The left display will show the current
incline.
9. Press the Stop key at any time.
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Detailed Operation Guide
NOTE: Maximum user weight is 400 lbs. (181 kg).
1. Plug the treadmill power cord into a power outlet from a grounded, dedicated circuit, rated for one of
the following: 115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps; 208/220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps or 230 VAC ±5%,
50 Hz and 15 amps.
2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch on the left side of the treadmill. Toggle it to the on (I) position to
supply power to the internal treadmill components and illuminate the control panel.
! CAUTION: Do not stand on the running belt when starting the treadmill. Always place your feet
on the two top steps when beginning a workout.
3. Place your feet on the two top steps located on each side of the running belt.
4. Clip the e-stop clip onto your clothing and carefully test the e-stop key to ensure it will fall off properly
in case of an emergency. See Emergency Stop Key (e-stop) in chapter 1 for properly testing the estop key. Also, see Stopping the Treadmill in this chapter for further information about the e-stop key.
NOTE: Be sure the string is free of knots and has enough slack for you to run comfortably with the
e-stop key in place.
5. You now have the option to select a program or enter Manual Mode.
To select a program, press a program key and follow the prompts. Upon entering a program the LEDs
flash, prompting you to adjust the appropriate settings. This is referred to as Program Setup Mode. If
the Quick Start key is pressed now, all defaults for that program will be accepted. After 10 seconds,
if no key has been pressed, the first default will be accepted. After another 10 seconds the second
default will be accepted and so on until the last default. The program will not enter Active Mode until
you press the Enter or Quick Start key. If no key has been pressed for 20 seconds after displaying
the last default, then the treadmill will return to the Dormant Mode.
If you choose to enter Manual Mode instead of choosing a program, press the Quick Start or the
Manual key. NOTE: No prompts will occur when you press Quick Start. While in Manual Mode,
customize your workout Time, Speed, Incline and enter your Weight by pressing those keys.
NOTE: For the most accurate calorie count, you must set your correct weight before beginning your
workout (including clothing).
NOTE: You must press Enter after each adjustment.
6. The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1” and sounds a tone for each count. When it reaches one
(1) the treadmill gives a longer tone and then starts accelerating the belt. In Manual Mode the belt
will begin accelerating to 1 mph (1.0 kph) and the incline will remain at zero percent. In a program the
belt will begin accelerating and the incline will change to the corresponding speed and incline of the
program and level you selected.
NOTE: The left display will flash the actual incline until the desired incline is reached and then revert to
time. The right display will show the speed set point. The top center window begins showing your
program profile at the left side.
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7. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking.
8. Observe the three displays. During your workout the time will show in the format of minutes:seconds.
If your workout exceeds sixty minutes the time format will change to minutes only. The center window
will scan (every three seconds) through Distance, Calories, Mets, MIN MI/KM (Pace) and Heart
Rate. Press the Scan key to toggle this feature on or off. NOTE: Heart Rate is scanned only when
you are holding the contact heart rate grips or using Polar compatible heart rate transmitter. See
Figure 1.
Figure 1
9. Press the Speed + – keys to change the belt speed at any time. The right display will show the set
speed.
10. Press the Incline Λ V keys to change the incline at any time. The left display will show the current
incline only while it is adjusting, then revert to time.
11. Press the Stop key at any time to stop your workout. Press Stop once to pause your workout and
begin your Workout Review. As you press Stop once, the treadmill will return to 0% incline. Press
Stop twice to clear the Workout Review and return to Dormant Mode.
12. If the e-stop key is removed during a workout, the power shuts off immediately, causing the belt to
stop. The right window changes to “OFF” and the left window shows an alternating pattern of “o”
and “o”. Replacement of the key causes Workout Review to begin.
13. When you complete a program the treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” and sounds a tone for
each count. The belt slows to a stop and Workout Review displays for 20 seconds (default setting)
or until you press the Stop key.
14. The treadmill returns to Dormant Mode.
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Stopping the Treadmill
Press Stop once to pause your workout for 20 seconds (default setting) and to enter the Workout Review.
The belt will stop and the elevation will return to 0%, but all workout settings and data will remain in
memory for the pre-selected time. Press the Quick Start key within 20 seconds to continue your workout
at the speed and elevation where you left off. If the Quick Start key has not been pressed during the
20 second pause, workout data will be cleared and the display will change to Dormant Mode.
Press Stop a second time to interrupt workout data from cycling and to change the display to Dormant
Mode.
The function of the immobilization method: The purpose of
immobilizing the treadmill is to prevent unauthorized use. This can
be accomplished by removing the e-stop key from the console,
unclipping it from the cord and putting it in a non-accessible place.
See Figure 2.
The emergency dismount: Follow the steps listed below if you
experience pain, feel faint or need to stop your treadmill in an
emergency situation:
1.
Grip handrails for support.
2.
Step onto the top steps.
3.
Pull the e-stop key off the console.
Figure 2
The function of the emergency stop: The e-stop key functions as the
emergency stop. In an emergency situation, remove the e-stop key from
the console and the treadmill will come to a stop. On the console, the
e-stop location looks like Figure 3.
Safety Sentry™
Figure 3
If you step off your treadmill during a workout, it may detect that you are not there. After the pre-selected
waiting period “run?” will appear in the center window for a few seconds then Safety Sentry will stop the
belt. If you press Quick Start within the time selected you can resume your workout. NOTE: If you are
less than 100 lbs. and you are not using Polar the treadmill may not detect you are there and cause the
treadmill to come to a stop. Safety Sentry is disabled above 11% grade. It can also be disabled by setting
SAFE time to “none”. If changes in elevation or speed occur while you are not there (such as during a
programmed workout) Safety Sentry resets its waiting period.
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Control During Operation
Control keys on the display are usable during operation and may be pressed at any time to make
adjustments in speed, elevation or data readouts.
Changing Speed – Press the Speed + – keys to change the speed in increments of 0.1 mph or 0.10 kph.
Minimum to maximum speed is from 0.5 - 12.4 mph (0.8 - 20 kph). NOTE: During a Manual or Quick Start
workout the Λ V keys temporarily revert to speed keys.
Changing Incline – Press the Incline Λ V keys to change the elevation in increments of 1%. Elevation
ranges from -2 to 15%. NOTE: Elevation is defined as the ratio of rise or fall over run of the treadmill
deck.
Changing Level – You can change the level during a programmed workout. Press the Level key to
display the current program and level status. Then press Λ V keys to change the level. The level will
change immediately and will continue to accumulate performance data without interruption.
Changing Programs – When changing programs, your data will transfer from one program to another.
This also applies when changing between Manual Mode and programs.
Changing Workout Time – Press Time to alter the amount of time you plan to workout. You can change
Time before or during a workout. NOTE: The Max time may limit your time. See Setting Operation
Options in chapter 5. Time is disabled for distance based programs such as 9 Holes and 5K.
Changing Data Readouts – Press Scan once and it will continually review each set of data. Press Scan
again to continue to display a set of data. NOTE: The automatic scan is a feature that can be turned on or
off. See Setting Operation Options in chapter 5.
Quick Start Reset – Press Quick Start when within a Quick Start workout to clear all accumulated data
(time calories and distance). This can be used to reset the data after a warm-up in Quick Start workout.
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Data Readouts
As you exercise, the treadmill keeps track of the following data:
DIST (Distance) – The total accumulated distance, in miles or kilometers, during your
workout. NOTE: Depending on the defaults you’ve chosen this measurement will show
in English or Metric.
CAL (Calories) – The total accumulated calories burned during your workout. Your
weight must be correctly set before beginning your workout for this measurement to be
most accurate.
METS (Metabolic Equivalent) – Relates to the user's energy expenditure. ‘One met’
is the amount of oxygen consumed at rest. For example two mets would be twice that
amount. See METs in this chapter for a more detailed description.
MIN MI/KM (Pace) – At your current speed, how long it would take to cover a mile (or
kilometer), displayed in minutes:seconds.
Heart Rate – Your current heart rate. Heart rate will appear when a signal is
introduced. Use either the handgrips for Contact Heart Rate or a Polar compatible
heart rate transmitter. See Heart Rate LED for a description of colors.
To review accumulated data after a program: The display automatically cycles through your
accumulated workout data during the Workout Review for 20 seconds (default setting).
Displaying Heart Rate
In order for the Cybex Pro3 to display your heart rate, you must either use a Polar compatible heart rate
transmitter belt (not included) or hold the handgrips to use Contact Heart Rate.
Contact Heart Rate – Hold the handgrips on the console crossbar until a heart rate is displayed,
typically less than thirty seconds. For best results, hold the handgrips lightly and ensure that your hands
contact both the front and back sensors of each grip. NOTE: Hold your hands as steady as possible as
movement can cause interference on the contacts.
Factors that can interfere with the heart rate signal include:
• excessive movement
• body composition
• hydration
• too loose grip
• too tight grip
• running
• excessive dirt, powder or oil
• leaning or resting on grips
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NOTE: Cybex does not recommend continuous holding onto the contact heart rate grips during exercise.
Contaminants, such as hand lotions, oils or body powder, may come off on the contact heart rate grips.
These can reduce sensitivity and interfere with the heart rate signal. Therefore, ensure you have clean
hands when using the contact heart rate.
NOTE: When wearing a Polar compatible transmitter, the contact heart rate will dominate only when
the grips are held.
Polar Compatible Reception – To use this feature, a Polar compatible heart rate transmitter belt must
be worn. To view heart rate continuously, press the Scan key when the Heart LED is lit or press the
Heart key.
Heart Rate LED
When the handgrips are held the center display switches to show the heart rate in beats per minute (BPM)
if you are not scanning. For several seconds the display will show “---”. Once the actual heart rate is
determined the center window displays the BPM and the Heart LED lights up. See Figure 4. The color
of the light represents a scale of low to high target heart rate.
Blue = 0-69 beats per minute
(RESTING)
Green = 70-93 beats per minute
(WARM-UP)
Yellow = 94-120 beats per minute
(FAT BURN ZONE)
Red = 121-170 beats per minute
(CARDIO ZONE)
Purple = 171 and up beats per minute
The color of the heart LED
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per minute as shown
on this decal.
NOTE: A label is on the console to remind
you what the color represents while
you are working out. See Figure 4.
Figure 4
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Use of Programs
! WARNING: Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program. Begin comfortably
with a lower level and progress with higher levels as you become acclimated.
With the Cybex Pro3, you may choose from five different programs. Each program provides ten levels
of difficulty for a choice of fifty different preprogrammed options. You may also use Manual Mode. With
this unique combination of programs, you can tailor your workout to achieve exactly the fitness goals you
desire, including: weight loss, conditioning, endurance or maintenance of overall health. The program
choices are summarized as follows:
Manual
5K Run
9 Holes
HR Control
Cardio
Weight Loss
You control speed, elevation, and time.
10 Levels
(5 kilometers) Time varies according to speed
10 Levels
(1 mile) Time varies according to speed
Level is your
Minutes vary according to time selected
Target Heart Rate
10 Levels
Minutes vary according to time selected
10 Levels
Minutes vary according to time selected
Manual
Program Overview
Manual Mode is available both through Quick Start and through the Manual program where you are
prompted to enter Time and Weight. NOTE: There is no diagram because incline and speed are user
controlled.
Manual Mode allows you to choose settings as you workout. You may choose your settings according to
how you feel or your endurance level. Since you remain in control, Manual Mode may be the best choice
for beginners or for those who have not worked out in a long time. You select the time of your workout.
NOTE: Manual Mode is not a pre-programmed workout.
Press the Quick Start key to workout in Manual Mode. You can also begin Manual Mode by pressing the
Manual program key. To increase or decrease the speed while in Manual Mode use the Speed + – keys.
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To increase or decrease the incline while in Manual Mode use the Λ V arrows. Time counts up, you can
end your session at any time.
NOTE: A Manual workout session using Quick Start will display time counting up to the configured MAX
TIME. A Manual workout session using the Manual key selection will prompt for a session time and will
then count down from that time to reach that goal.
The Workout Profile
The Workout Profile matrix in the center of the display uses columns of lights to show the progress of
your workout. The height of the column represents METS, specifically the highest METS you reached
in that period. Each column represents 1 minute of your total workout time when in Manual Mode and
15 seconds in every other program.
NOTE: It is conceivable to have two segments of different speed and elevation combinations in
the same met range.
METs
A MET is a basic unit of measurement that is used to compare relative work between individuals and
activities. One MET is the amount of oxygen an individual consumes at rest. If an individual were working
at four METs he/she would be consuming oxygen at a rate equal to four times their resting consumption.
METs can be used to compare walking on a grade with running or even to cycling and other activities.
Meaning of % Grade
A 1% grade is not the same as a 1 degree incline.The % grade is the relationship of the measurement of
rise over the measurement of run (also called slope). For example, a 1 foot (meter) rise in height over a
length of 100 feet (meters) is a 1% grade. Expressed as a mathematical formula, the grade is calculated
as follows: 1 ft. (m) / 100 ft. (m) = 0.01 = 1%
With respect to treadmills, the percent grade is roughly equal to the increase in height (rise) of the
treadmill divided by the length (run) of the treadmill.
The degree of incline can be related to % grade by taking the Tangent of the grade. For instance,
15% grade is equal to 8.53 Degrees (Tan(.15)=8.53º). The opposite is true to determine % Grade from
Degree of incline (ArcTan (8.53º)=.15).
5K Run
Program Overview
This program is designed to help the user train for a 5K race in a systematic fashion. It uses a predefined
speed for each level to establish the “race pace”. Throughout the program the elevation changes from a
baseline (0% incline) level into both incline and decline. The frequency of the use of elevation is based
on the level of the program. The higher the level the more frequent the use of elevation including decline.
These may also be thought of as elevation intervals. Each use of elevation is considered a “work”
segment. In level 1 the program uses no elevation changes. In levels 2 and 3 each work segment is
followed by three rest or level segments. In levels 4 through 7 each work segment is followed by two rest
segments. In level 8 through 10 the ratio is 1:1. Each segment is 400 meters in length. See Figure 5.
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NOTE: This program includes both a two-minute warm up and cool down in addition to the actual 5K
portion of the program.
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Figure 5
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9 Holes
Program Overview
In this program, the user chooses their speed as they go. The level of the program uses variations in the
elevation. As the level goes up so does the level of intensity. Like the golf course, there are uphill and
downhill sections, which not only contribute to the intensity of the exercise but also provide the additional
adaptation to covering varied terrain. See table below and Figure 6.
Elevation Patterns and Distance in Meters (1600 meters = 1 mile)
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Heart Rate
Program Overview
The Heart Rate Control program is interactive. By selecting a predetermined heart rate, the treadmill will
adapt the elevation and speed to keep the users heart rate at that level. This program is exceptionally
useful for those individuals just starting out as well as the athlete. By maintaining the predetermined heart
rate, the user is less likely to over or under exert themselves thereby ensuring they get all they should
out of their training. Over time, the user will notice that as their fitness level improves and using a given
time and heart rate that they will see more ground covered, more calories burned and a higher MET level
during the program. See Figure 7.
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Heart Rate
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Cardio
Program Overview
This program was designed for the exercise participant who wants to improve the overall efficiency of
their cardio-respiratory system. Unlike some of the other treadmill programs that incorporate low and
moderate intensity segments, the Cardio program contains overall higher intensity levels with more
moderate recovery segments.
The speed range of the program includes walking speeds at the lower levels up through a moderate jog
in the higher levels.
Elevation is used to emphasize the high intensity portion of this program while decreased elevation and a
small increase in speed mark the recovery segment. High intensity and recovery segments are always in
a one-to-one time based ratio and make up the core eight minutes of the program. See table below and
Figure 8.
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Weight Loss
Program Overview
This program was designed to help individuals of all fitness levels achieve their weight loss goals through
a protocol that incorporates both low and moderate intensity activity. Because walking has become a
popular mode of exercise for those looking to lose weight, all levels of this program are performed at
walking speeds.
The core of the program is made up of five one-minute segments. The first segment represents the
baseline of the program and may also be considered to be a “rest” segment later. In minutes two and
three, elevation will be increased. In minute four, the program returns to the first segment baseline or rest
level. In the fifth minute, the speed will increase. The total number of segments used is dictated by the
time selected by the user.
Higher levels of the Weight Loss program incorporate jogging speeds in short segments. This allows
the advanced walker to alternate walking and jogging.
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By mixing the use of speed and elevation separately, the user receives the benefits of added intensity
intervals but the variety does not allow for either speed or elevation to dominate and therefore overtax
the user. See table below and Figure 9.
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4 - Preventive Maintenance
Warnings/Cautions
All warnings and cautions listed in this chapter are as follows:
! WARNING: All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel. Failure to do
so could result in serious injury.
! WARNING: To prevent electrical shock, be sure that power is shut off and the treadmill is
unplugged from the electrical outlet before performing any cleaning or maintenance
procedures.
! WARNING: Keep wet items away from inside parts of the treadmill. Electrical shock could occur
even if the treadmill is unplugged. Do not touch components on the lower board.
A charge can remain after unplugging the power cord and turning off the treadmill.
! CAUTION: Be careful not to over tighten the belt. Over tightening the belt can cause the belt to
stretch and require replacement.
Regular Maintenance Activities
! WARNING: All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel. Failure to
do so could result in serious injury.
Preventive maintenance activities must be performed to maintain normal operation of your treadmill.
Keeping a log sheet of all maintenance actions will assist you in staying current with all preventive
maintenance activities. See Service Schedule located at the end of this chapter.
NOTE: Worn or damaged components shall be replaced immediately or the treadmill removed from
service until the repair is made.
NOTE: Cybex is not responsible for performing regular inspection and maintenance actions for your
treadmill. Instruct all personnel in equipment inspection and maintenance actions and also in
accident reporting/recording. Contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239 or 508-5334300 for any preventive maintenance or service concerns.
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Cleaning Your Treadmill
When cleaning your treadmill spray a mild cleaning agent, such as a water and dishsoap solution,
on a clean cloth first and then wipe the treadmill with the damp cloth.
NOTE: Do not spray cleaning solution directly on the treadmill. Direct spraying could cause damage to
the electronics and may void the warranty.
! WARNING: To prevent electrical shock, be sure that power is shut off and the treadmill is
unplugged from the electrical outlet before performing any cleaning or maintenance
procedures.
After Each Use – Wipe up any liquid spills immediately. After each workout, use a cloth to wipe up any
remaining perspiration from the handrails and painted surfaces.
Be careful not to spill or get excessive moisture between the edge of the display panel and the console,
as this might create an electrical hazard or cause failure of the electronics.
As Needed – Vacuum any dust or dirt that might accumulate under or around the treadmill. Motors are
especially susceptible to dust and dirt, and restricted airflow can prevent adequate cooling that could
shorten motor life. Cleaning this area should be done as often as indicated in the Service Schedule, more
often in dusty environments.
! WARNING: Keep wet items away from inside parts of the treadmill. Electrical shock could occur
even if the treadmill is unplugged. Do not touch components on the lower board.
A charge can remain after unplugging the power cord and turning off the treadmill.
To clean the motor components, you must loosen the six Phillips head screws that hold the motor cover in
place. Lift the cover straight up; the screws and side covers will stay in place. Use a vacuum attachment
or hand vacuum to clean the exposed elevation assembly, drive motor, lower electronics and the
surrounding areas.
Also use a dry cloth for the areas that you can't reach with the vacuum cleaner. If the machine has not
been used for some time or is excessively dirty, use a dry cloth to wipe all exposed areas. Replace the
cover and tighten the screws when finished.
Lift the rear of the treadmill and roll it back from its present position so as to vacuum the floor area
underneath the unit. Wipe clean the underside of the treadmill to prevent dirt and dust build-up. When
finished, return the treadmill to its normal position.
Contact Heart Rate Grips – Contaminants, such as hand lotions, oils or body powder, may come off
on the contact heart rate grips. These can reduce sensitivity and interfere with the heart rate signal. It is
recommended that the user have clean hands when using the contact heart rate. Clean the grips using
a cloth dampened with a cleaning solution containing alcohol. The grips are the only part of the treadmill
you should use a cleaning solution containing alcohol.
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Running Belt Maintenance
Belt and Deck – Clean the belt and the deck surfaces to minimize the effect of friction between the wood
deck and the running belt. Clean the underside of the running belt and the top of the running deck surface
by wiping them with a clean dry towel. This should be done often to prevent premature wear of the deck,
running belt, and the drive motor system. See the Service Schedule in this chapter to determine the
minimum recommended cleaning.
The running belt may become loose and slip on the drive roller with each foot plant. If it does, follow the
Tensioning and Centering the Belt in this chapter. See the Service Schedule in this chapter for a minimum
schedule for checking the belt tension.
Tension and Center the Belt – If the belt is slipping under each step perform this procedure:
Tools Required
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3/4” Socket wrench
1. Tension the belt.
A. Use a 3/4” socket wrench to turn each bolt 1/2 turn clockwise. See Figure 1.
NOTE: Be sure to adjust each bolt equally on each side.
B. Turn the power on and press the Quick Start key.
Figure 1
C. Press the Speed + - keys to bring the speed up to 3.5-4 mph (5.6-6.4 kph). Allow the treadmill
to run for a minute.
D. Observe the belt to be sure it stays centered. If it is not centered follow step 2.
E. Walk on the treadmill at 3.5-4 mph (5.6-6.4 kph) and every 4th to 5th step throw your weight into
your step to feel if the belt is slipping. If the belt does slip, use a wrench to equally tighten both
rear roller adjustment bolts 1/2 of a turn (clockwise). Adjust the belt until no further slipping is felt. If
the running belt continues to slip the drive belt could be loose. Follow the next step to be sure the
belt is centered.
NOTE: Be careful not to over tighten the belt. Over tightening the belt can cause the belt to
stretch and require replacement.
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2. Center the belt.
NOTE: While centering the belt choose one bolt to adjust. Do not adjust both bolts.
A. With the treadmill running at 5 mph (8 kph) observe the running belt. If the belt tracks off center to
the right or left the deck will become exposed. Use a 3/4” socket wrench to tighten the rear roller
bolt on the side of the treadmill toward which the belt is moving. For example: If the belt moves to
the right and the deck becomes exposed on the left, tighten the bolt on the right side of the frame,
tighten about 1/2 of a turn (clockwise) and wait 30 seconds. If the belt does not move back to the
center of the treadmill, make another adjustment to the same bolt. Once the running belt has
been adjusted closer to the center of the treadmill use about 1/4 of a turn until the belt has been
stabilized.
B. After the belt has been centered, check the belt tension again. Make sure the running belt tension
is tight enough so that the belt does not slip or hesitate when stepped on. Refer to step 1E.
Checking the Belt and Deck Surfaces – The running belt and deck should be checked periodically for
any excessive wear. In an effort to make sure that the running belt operates properly, visually inspect the
belt often to make sure that there are no tears or fraying in the belt material.
Inspect the edges of the belt as described below. NOTE: It is necessary to remove the motor cover and
plastic side panels.
Tools Required
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Dry towel
1. Disconnect the external power source.
A. Turn the main power switch on the left side to the off (O) position.
B. Unplug the treadmill from the power outlet.
2. Remove the motor cover.
A. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, loosen
three screws on each motor cover side (left
and right). See Figure 2.
Motor
Cover
B. Lift the motor cover up and off the treadmill.
The screws will stay in place. See Figure 2.
3. Remove the end caps.
A. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove
the screw that holds each end cap in place.
See Figure 3.
Screws
(3 Each Side)
Figure 2
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Side Panel
Top Steps
End Caps
Screws
Side Panel
Figure 3
4. Remove the side panels.
A. Pull each side panel out and off the treadmill. See Figure 3.
5. Remove the top steps.
A. Using a Phillips head screwdriver,
remove the three screws that hold
each top step in place. See Figure 4.
Screws (3 Under Each Top Step)
B. Grasp each top step and lift it out and
off the treadmill. See Figures 3 and 4.
6. Check the belt and deck condition.
A. Look at the edges of the belt while
you roll it by hand. If the belt has any
rips or looks excessively worn the belt
needs to be replaced.
Figure 4
B. Run your hand under the belt on the top of the deck surface. If you feel excessive ridges or
cracks, or if the deck feels grooved yet highly polished, the deck should be flipped to an unused
surface or replaced. In time, a worn belt and deck can cause high current draw and ultimately,
motor failure. NOTE: When replacing the deck, replace the belt at the same time.
7. Clean under the belt.
A. To minimize the effect of friction between the deck and the running belt, Cybex recommends
cleaning the underside of the running belt and the top of the running deck surface by wiping
them with a clean, dry towel. This cleaning should be done each time you check the belt and
deck condition to prevent premature wear of the deck, running belt and the drive motor system.
See the Service Schedule in this chapter.
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8. Secure the top steps.
A. Place each top step in position. See Figure 4.
B. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, tighten the three screws that hold each top step
in place. See Figure 4.
9. Secure the end caps.
A. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, tighten the screw securing each end cap in place.
See Figure 3.
10. Secure the side panels.
A. Place each side panel into position slightly under the end cap and use your hand to
push all along the bottom edge of the side panel to snap it in place. See Figure 3.
11. Secure the motor cover.
A. Lower the motor cover center into position. See Figure 2.
B. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, tighten the three screws on each side. Be sure the
screws are catching the center motor cover’s holes.
Other Preventive Maintenance
Other preventive maintenance activities must be completed by a qualified service technician at the
recommended intervals listed in the Service Schedule (shown on the next page). These activities include:
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Measure the motor brushes and replace worn motor brushes
Rotate and replace the running deck
Replace the running belt
Check the current draw
Measure motor voltage at maximum speed, with no load
Elevation Motor Lubrication — In time the elevation motor pivot points may develop a squeak.
Lubricate the upper and lower bolts and the spacers with a small amount of lithium grease. NOTE: You
can buy lithium grease at an auto parts store.
Static Electricity – Depending upon where you live, you may experience dry air, causing a common
experience of static electricity. This may be especially true in the winter time. You may notice a static
build-up just by walking across a carpet and then touching a metal object. The same can hold true while
working out on your treadmill. You may experience a shock due to the build-up of static electricity on your
body and the discharge path of the treadmill. If you experience this type of situation, you may want to
increase the humidity to a comfortable level through the use of a humidifier. A worn running belt looses
it’s ability to dissipate static electricity and should be replaced as needed.
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Service Schedule
All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel. Failure to do so could result in
serious injury.
NOTE: This is the minimum recommended service.
1. Determine mileage.
A. While in Dormant Mode enter Test Mode by holding down any key while turning the treadmill to
the on (I) position.
B. Press the DIST button to display “DIST” and miles or kilometers will be displayed.
C. Record Mileage.
NOTE: To exit Test Mode, press the Stop key .
First 500 miles (800 km).
• Check running belt tension and tracking.
Every 5,000 miles (8,000 km).
• Check running belt tension and tracking.
• Move treadmill and vacuum underneath.
• Remove motor cover to clean underneath with a dry cloth and vacuum.
Every 10,000 miles (16,090 km).
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Check motor brushes and replace if needed.
Check current draw.
Measure motor voltage at max speed with no load.
Check elevation assembly and replace worn parts.
Lubricate elevation pivot points.
Every 20,000 miles (32,180 km).
• Replace running belt and deck.
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5 - Setup and Assembly
Warnings/Cautions
All warnings and cautions listed in this chapter are as follows:
! WARNING: Use extreme caution when assembling the treadmill. Failure to do so could
result in injury.
! CAUTION: A minimum of two people are required to lift, move and assemble this treadmill.
Always use proper lifting methods when moving heavy items.
! CAUTION: Do not pinch your hands or other body parts while pivoting the treadmill.
See Figure 3.
! CAUTION: During this procedure STAY OFF THE RUNNING BELT! Stand with your feet
on the two steps.
Choosing and Preparing a Site
Before assembling the treadmill you must select a suitable site and have the proper electrical outlet
power available for optimum operation and safety. See the Electrical Power Requirements section
(located on the next page) for direction in locating your treadmill's voltage requirements.
The area you select for the treadmill should be well lit and well ventilated. Locate the treadmill on a
structurally sound and level surface (do not place in recessed areas or on plush carpet) a few feet away
from walls and other equipment. Each side of the treadmill should have a 19.7” (0.5 m) minimum space.
Behind the treadmill should be 79” (2.0 m) minimum of space. Allow enough clearance for safe access
and passage during use of the machine. If the treadmill is to be located above the first floor, place it near
or above major support beams. If the area has a heavy, plush carpet, the airflow around the base of the
machine may be restricted or the carpeting may interfere with the moving parts. To protect the carpeting
and the machinery, place a 3/4” (1.9 cm) thick wood base under the treadmill.
Do not install the treadmill in an area of high humidity, such as in the vicinity of a steam room, sauna,
indoor pool, or outdoors. Exposure to extensive water vapor, chlorine, and/or bromine could adversely
affect the electronics as well as other parts of the machine.
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Electrical Power Requirements
The power requirements for this treadmill are a grounded, dedicated circuit, rated for one of the following:
115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps; 208/220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps or 230 VAC ±5%, 50 Hz and 15 amps.
Contact your electrician to ensure the power supply complies with local building codes.
Do not use a ground plug adapter to adapt the 3-prong power cord plug to a non-grounded electrical
outlet. Do not use an extension cord.
Assembling the Treadmill
! WARNING: Use extreme caution when assembling the treadmill. Failure to do so could
result in injury.
! CAUTION: A minimum of two people are required to assemble this treadmill.
Tools Required
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9/16” Socket wrench with a 4” extension
Phillips head screwdriver
Allen wrench, 3/16” (supplied)
NOTE: The words “left” and “right” denote the treadmill user's orientation.
1. Read and understand all instructions thoroughly before assembling the treadmill.
NOTE: Each step number in the assembly instructions tells you what you will be doing. The lettered
steps following each step number describe the procedure required. Do not continue with step 2
until you have carefully read all of the assembly instructions.
2. Verify you have received the correct package.
A. Read the sticker on the outside of the box and verify that the model number, color and voltage
are what you ordered. NOTE: During step 3 and 6 you will verify that the contents of the box
match the sticker.
3. Unpack and verify the contents of the boxes.
A. Lift up and remove the cardboard sleeve that surrounds the treadmill.
B. Check to be sure that the following items are present. Check off ( 9) each item as you
find it. See Figure 1. If any of the parts are missing contact Cybex Customer Service.
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Item Qty
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Base with uprights and console attached
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Motor cover, center, with decals
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Cybex Pro3 Manual (in box)
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Assembly Poster
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C. Check off ( 9 ) each item in the hardware pack as you find it. See Figure 2.
Item Qty
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Screw, hex head whiz-lock 3-8-16 x 5-8
Screw, button head 5-16-18 x 7-8
Screw, Phillips head sems 10-32 x .75
Allen wrench, 3/16”
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! CAUTION: A minimum of two people are required to lift, move and assemble this treadmill.
Always use proper lifting methods when moving heavy items.
4. Lift and move the treadmill.
A. At least two people should lift and move the treadmill to a level location where you intend
to leave it. Use proper lifting methods.
! CAUTION: Do not pinch your hands or other body parts while pivoting the treadmill.
See Figure 3.
Figure 3
5. Pivot the console and uprights into position.
A. Remove all plastic wrapping except the white wrapping on the uprights.
B. Ensure that the display cable does not get pinched in step C.
C. Raise the console and uprights into position (they will pivot into place). NOTE: Confirm that no
cables are pinched while raising the unit. See Figure 3.
D. Have a second person continue to hold the uprights in place until after step 7A so that they
do not fall.
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6. Verify the model, voltage and color.
A. Verify that you have the correct model by looking at the console and reading the model name.
B. Verify that you have the correct voltage by looking at the lower board and reading the voltage
sticker.
7. Secure the uprights.
A. Using a 9/16” socket wrench, loosely attach the uprights with two of the 3-8-16 x 5-8 hex head
whiz-lock screws. NOTE: Do not securely tighten the screws until step 7C. See Figure 4.
B. Using a 9/16” socket wrench with a 4” extension, attach the uprights with six of the 3-8-16 x 5-8 hex
head whiz-lock screws. NOTE: Do not securely tighten the screws until step 7C. See Figure 5.
C. Tighten all 9/16” screws used during steps 7A and 7B including the two pivot screws (one on each
side). See Figure 6.
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8. Secure the handrail.
A. Using the Allen wrench provided, secure the handrail with two
5-16-18 x 7-8 screws. See Figure 7. NOTE: You may need to lift
the console slightly to line up the holes.
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Figure 6
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B. Using the Allen wrench provided, tighten the two pivot screws on the handrail. See Figure 8.
Pivot
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9. Remove the left side panel.
A. Pull the left side panel away from the base. See Figure 9.
Left Side Panel
Figure 9
10. Arrange power cord.
A. Decide whether you will plug the power cord into an outlet near the front of the treadmill or the
back of the treadmill. Follow the corresponding routing procedure below. NOTE: Do not plug in
the power cord at this time.
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Front
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routing:
Unwind the power cord and route it under the upright.
Slide the grommet into the front exit hole with the curved end first. See Figure 10.
Wire tie the cord down. See Figure 10.
Grommet
Wire Tie
Wire Tie
Arms
Figure 10
Back routing:
a. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, remove the left end cap.
b. Remove the grommet from the back exit hole and slide it into the front exit hole.
c. Slide the grommet on the power cord into the back exit hole with the curved end first.
d. Using a Phillips head screwdriver secure the left end cap. See Figure 11.
Arms
Grommet
Slot at
Front of
Treadmill
End
Cap
Screw
Figure 11
B. Wind the excess power cord onto the arms. See Figure 11.
C. Place the left side panel into position slightly under the end cap and use your hand to push
all along the bottom edge of the side panel to snap it in place.
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11. Attach the motor cover (three pieces).
A. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, partially tighten each motor cover side (left and right)
with four 10-32 x .75 Phillips head screws. See Figure 12.
B. Place the motor cover center into position. See Figure 12.
C. Using a Phillips head screwdriver, finish tightening all eight screws. Be sure the screws
are catching the motor cover’s holes.
5
6
4
7
Figure 12
12. Level your treadmill.
A. Confirm that your treadmill is on a level surface.
13. Attach emergency stop key.
A. Confirm that the emergency stop key is in place over the e-stop button. See Figure 13.
NOTE: The treadmill will not run without the key (or other metal) in place.
14. Visually inspect the treadmill.
A. Carefully examine the treadmill to ensure that the assembly is correct and complete.
B. Test for proper operation as noted in the Testing The Treadmill Operation section of this manual.
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Emergency
Stop Button
Emergency
Stop Key
Figure 13
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and
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! WARNING: Be sure that all electrical requirements are met as indicated in the specifications
at the front of the manual and at the beginning of this chapter prior to proceeding.
Testing the Treadmill Operation
Use the following instructions to test the full speed and incline range of the treadmill and to check
the belt for proper operation.
! CAUTION: During this procedure STAY OFF THE RUNNING BELT! Stand with your feet on
the two steps.
1. Without anyone on the treadmill, plug the power cord into a power outlet from a grounded, dedicated
circuit as described under Electrical Requirements in this chapter.
2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch on the left side of the treadmill. Toggle it to the on position (I).
3. The control panel will light up and be in the Dormant Mode.
NOTE: Cybex recommends that the treadmill be unplugged or the on/off (I/O) power switch turned
off (O) when it is not in use.
4. Press the Quick Start key. The treadmill begins a countdown “3...2...1” and sounds a tone for each
count. After it reaches one (1), the treadmill gives a longer tone and then begins accelerating the belt
to reach 1 mph (1.0 kph).
5. The bottom left display will flash the time and the right display will show the actual speed.
6. Press and hold down the Speed + key until the treadmill reaches a speed of approximately 4 mph
(6.4 kph), as indicated on the display.
7. Observe the belt to see that it is running properly; it should stay centered in the middle of the deck. If
you have problems with the running belt operation, see Running Belt Adjustments in the Preventive
Maintenance chapter.
8. Run the treadmill through its full speed range. First press the Speed + key until the treadmill reaches
its highest speed, 12.4 mph (20 kph). Then press the Speed - key until the treadmill is back to
1.0 mph (1.0 kph).
9. As you press the Incline Λ V or Speed + - keys, the respective displays will show the actual incline
or speed.
10. When the treadmill reaches the set incline and speed, the displays will stop flashing and remain
steadily illuminated to indicate that the desired settings have been reached.
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11. Run the treadmill through its full % grade range. Press the Incline Λ key until the treadmill reaches
its highest grade (15%). Next press the Incline V key until the treadmill is down to -2% grade. Ensure
the power cord is not being pinched under the front of the treadmill. Then press the Incline Λ key
until the treadmill is back to 0% grade.
12. Press Stop twice to stop the running belt, end the workout review, and return the display to
Dormant Mode.
Setting Operation Options
1. Enter Test Mode by holding down any key while turning on (I) power. The display will read “Pro”.
NOTE: After changing any value, you must press Enter to save that value. When you press enter the
display will read “updt” (updated) to confirm your selection.
2. Press the Weight key to set options, change values with Λ and V keys and press Enter to save
your selection. Each time you press Weight the next set of data is displayed in the following order:
Unit – Choices are “Eng” or “Euro” measurements. English is the default.
Line: – This is the frequency of the power line that supplies power to your treadmill. The default
setting is 50 Hz for metric consoles and 60 Hz for English consoles. NOTE: If you have an English
console and a 50 Hz power line frequency, then you must change the default setting from 60 Hz to
50 Hz for the proper elevation frequency.
Scan – This turns on or off the data readout scan (unless a specific data key is pressed during a
workout). Default is on.
Def – This is the default time for time based programs if a user doesn’t re-set Time. For example, if
you press Time you can decrease or increase the set workout time up to the amount that the Max
time is set. Choices are between 20 minutes and 60 minutes. Default is 60.
Max: – This is the maximum amount of time the treadmill can run per use. You can limit the users
time or choose “none” for unlimited time. Choices are between none and 120 minutes; default is 60.
NOTE: If the Max time is limited too much it may be difficult for the user to reach their goals. For
example, a user may not be able to burn 300 calories if you limit their Max time to 20 minutes.
Idle (or Workout Review/Pause Time): – This is how long the treadmill retains and displays your
current workout data during a pause in the workout or after a workout. Choices include: 20 seconds;
30 seconds, 40 seconds; 1 minute and 5 minutes; default is 20 seconds.
SPD – This is the maximum speed the treadmill will run. Choices are between 1 and 12.4 MPH
(1.0 to 20.0 kph).
Safety Sentry – This is how long the running belt will keep moving if the user steps off the treadmill.
Choices are between 0 seconds (none) and 60 second. Default is 20 seconds. Choosing “none” will
disable this feature. NOTE: See Safety Sentry in Chapter 3 for further detail.
Remember: You must press Enter after changing a value for that value to be stored.
3. To exit Test Mode press the Stop key twice.
Your treadmill is now ready for use. Follow the instructions in the Operation chapter to learn how to operate
the treadmill. You should begin with walking speeds first, to be sure everything is functioning properly.
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6 - Customer Service
Contacting Service
Hours of phone service are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
For Cybex customers living in the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239.
For Cybex customers living outside the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 508-533-4300 or
fax 508-533-5183.
Find information on the web at www.cybexinternational.com or by e-mail at techhelp@cybexintl.com.
Serial Number and Voltage
Your serial number and voltage can be found on the front of your treadmill. See Figure 1. For your
convenience record your serial number and voltage below so that you will have it ready if you call Cybex
Customer Service.
Serial Number
Voltage
Serial Number
Figure 1
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Return Material Authorization (RMA)
The Return Material Authorization (RMA) system outlines the procedures to follow when returning
material for replacement, repair, or credit. The system assures that returned materials are properly
handled and analyzed. Follow the following procedures carefully.
Contact your authorized Cybex dealer on all warranty-related matters. Your local Cybex dealer will
request an RMA from Cybex, if applicable. Under no circumstances will defective parts or equipment be
accepted by Cybex without proper RMA and an Automated Return Service (ARS) label.
1.
Call the Customer Service Hotline listed above for the return of any item that is defective.
2.
Provide the technician with a detailed description of the problem you are having or the defect in
the item you wish to return.
3.
Provide the model and serial number of your treadmill. The serial number is located on the front
panel of your treadmill. The serial number begins with a letter, for example: R09-101331100.
4.
At Cybex’s discretion, the technician may request that you return the problem part(s) to Cybex
for evaluation and repair or replacement. The technician will assign you an RMA number and
will send you an ARS label. The ARS label and RMA number must be clearly displayed on
the outside of the package that contains the item(s) to be returned. Include a description of
the problem, the serial number of the treadmill and the name and address of the owner in the
package along with the part(s).
5.
Forward the package through UPS to Cybex.
Attn: Customer Service Department
Cybex International, Inc.,
10 Trotter Drive
Medway, MA 02053
NOTE: Merchandise returned without an RMA number on the outside of the package or shipments sent
C.O.D. will not be accepted by the Cybex receiving department.
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Damaged Parts
Materials damaged in shipment should not be returned for credit. Shipping damages are the responsibility
of the carrier (UPS, Federal Express, trucking companies, etc.)
Apparent Damage – Upon receipt of your shipment, check all boxes carefully. Any damage seen with a
visual check must be noted on the freight bill and signed by the carrier's agent. Failure to do so will result
in the carrier's refusal to honor your damage claim. The carrier will provide you with the required forms for
filing such claims.
Concealed Damage – Damage not seen with a visual check upon receipt of a shipment but noticed later
must be reported to the carrier as soon as possible. Upon discovery of the damage, a written or phone
request to the carrier asking them to perform an inspection of the materials must be made within ten days
of the date of delivery. Keep all shipping containers and packing materials: they will be needed as part of
the inspection process. The carrier will provide you with an inspection report and the necessary forms for
filing a concealed damage claim. Concealed damage is the carrier's responsibility.
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Ordering Parts
Fax orders to 508-533-5183. To speak with a customer service representative, call 888-462-9239 (for
customers living within the USA) or 508-533-4300 (for customers outside the USA).
CAUTION
Use only Cybex replacement
parts when servicing.
Failure to do so could result
in personal injury.
Cybex will void warranty if
non-Cybex replacement parts
are used.
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Parts List
ITEM QTY.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM QTY.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
1
14
AF-19445
HS-16929
3
6
HS-16950
4
6
HS-19454
48
48
49
50
51
53
1
1
1
1
1
6
MR-16412
MR-16541
SK-17079
FT-16825
FT-16826
HS-15732
5
6
7
8
1
1
1
2
AX-16724-X
PL-16465
PL-16464
HW-19634
54
55
56
57
58
1
1
1
3
1
HW-10856
HN-11925
PL-17052-X
HX-16943
AX-16835
9
8
HS-16939
58
1
AX-16836
12
2
HS-21379
13
1
AX-21309
14
1
AX-21308
15
1
AF-17677
16
2
AX-17829
17
18
2
5
DE-16705
HS-16875
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
65
67
68
69
70
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
DE-16608-X
DE-16610-X
DE-16609-X
DE-19531
DE-17691-X
DE-17693-X
DE-18135-X
SW-21287-4
HX-14416
HW-40004
AX-18883
HS-16849
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
8
11
1
1
1
1
1
EH-10291
EH-00986
PL-16737
PL-16738
DE-16992
DE-14486
SCK-16496
71
73
2
2
HW-00165
HB-16426
26
1
SCK-16497
74
75
76
80
81
6
1
1
2
1
HX-16425
FT-16352
EC-19647
AF-19605
AX-19636
27
28
29
30
2
1
2
1
HX-19991
EH-16809
AF-17591
DE-20427
81
1
AX-19637
88
1
SCK-16379
89
1
SCK-16380
31
32
33
34
35
2
6
2
4
8
HW-00590
HX-13771
HX-16510
FS-16511
HS-16509
90
1
SCK-16328
91
1
SCK-16327
36
37
2
2
HS-15480
HB-16367
92
1
DK-16932
93
1
BD-17026
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
4
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
HW-10028
HX-11049
AX-16723
AF-16382
HS-60022
CW-16712
HN-17935
DE-17144-X
HS-17936
47
1
HS-17937
Frame, Weldment
Screw, 3/8 - 16 x 5/8”, Lg H x HD
Whiz-lock, GR5
Screw, 5/16 - 18 x 7/8”, Lg H x Soc
BTNHD w/patch, B-Zn
Screw, SEMS, 10-32 X 1.0”, PNHD,
BLK ZN, EXT
Motor Cover assembly*
Cover, Upright Outer, Right
Cover, Upright Outer, Left
Washer, Flat, .344 ID X 1.0 OD X
.125”, Thick, Zinc
Screw, SEM 10-32 x .75”, Pnhd Ext
blk Zn
Screw, 1/4 - 20 X .50”, FLHD PHIL,
Undercut, ZN
Side Extrusion Assy, Cybex Pro3,
Right
Side Extrusion Assy, Cybex Pro3,
Left
Upright Weldment (Choose a
Standard or Custom Color)
Top Platform Assy, (Choose a
Standard or Custom Color)
Decal, Safety-walk
Screw, SEM ext 1/4 - 20 x 1/2”,
PNHD Phil
Anchor, Cable Tie
Cable Tie, (without anchor)
Grommet, Power Cord
Plug, Power Cord
Decal, ETL UL-1647 Only
Decal, Serial Number
End Cap, Left, (Choose a Standard
or Custom Color)
End Cap, Right, (Choose a Standard
or Custom Color)
Bumper, Deck, 2.10 X 2.34 X 1.55”
Grommet, 1.12 X .091 - .125”, Nylon
Nut Holder Bracket
Label, Disconnect Power, Multilanguages
Bushing Nylon 1/2” Nf810-5-0
Ring, Retain 5/8” .579 Fr.Id
Foot, Rubber, Rear
Plate, Rear Rubber Foot Mount
Screw, #10 x .5LG, T-SPLT, PNHD,
TYB-B
Bolt, Tap 1/2-13unc x 6 H x HD GR5
Bushing, .50ID x .62OD x .31LG,
flanged
Washer, B 1-2 Narrow Zinc
Spring 1” O.D.360 Max Ld.
Rear Roller Hardware Assembly
Elevation, Weldment
Bolt, Hhcs 0.375 x 2.25 blk zn G5
Wheel, Rubber, 3” Dia
Nut, Lock, 3/8 - 24, GRD C, STL, ZN
Decal, International only*
Bolt, 3/8 - 24 X 2.0”, HXHD CAP,
G8, YEL ZN
Bolt, 3/8 - 24 X 2.75”, HXHD CAP,
G8, YEL ZN
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
10
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
HW-00431
HS-16628
AL-19035
AL-19036
BD-16829
PL-17659
DE-17712
PL-17658
SW-21227-X
SW-21228-X
AX-20943
Motor, Elevation, 115 VAC
Motor, Elevation, 230 VAC
Tube Nut, Motor, Elevation Kit
Sleeve, Elevation Mounting, Top
Sleeve, Elevation Mounting, Bottom
Screw, SEM 8-32 unc x .62”, PNHD
phil pl
Washer, (for ground)
Nut, Keps 10-32 Hex Stl Zinc
Cover, Lower Controller*
Clip, Christmas Tree, Single Head
Lower Controller Assembly, 115
VAC
Lower Controller Assembly, 220
VAC
Label, Brush Replacement Gauge*
Label, Error Codes*
Label, Service Schedule*
Decal, IS3
Label, User Precautions, 15 x 1.3”*
Label, Start Instructions, Profiles*
Label, HR Zone, Heart Icons*
Membrane, A/V, All languages
Clip, Cable Retainer
Washer, Wave
Motor Base Plate Assy
Screw, 5/16 - 18 x 2.0”, LG HXHD,
GR5, Tap
Washer, Lock Ex 5-16 Zinc
Bushing, Flanged,1.0ID x 1.12OD x
.75LG
Ring, Retaining Ext Crescent
Shaft, Motor Mount
Speed Sensor
Clamp, Motor Drive (includes nut)
Drive Motor, 3.0HP, 110 VDC,
McMillan
Drive Motor, 3.0HP, 220 VDC,
McMillan
Cover, Junction Outer, Right,
(Choose a Standard or Custom
Cover, Junction Inner, Right,
(Choose a Standard or Custom
Color)
Cover, Junction Inner, Left, (Choose
a Standard or Custom Color)
Cover, Junction Outer, Left, (Choose
a Standard or Custom Color)
Deck, Plywood 23.3 x 51.5 x 1.0”,
(Double Sided)
Belt, Running, 20.63 x 60”,
Commercial
Washer, 1/4 x .75 x .062”, Zinc
Screw, .25-20 x 1.5”, Hxhd Grade 8
Roller, Front Assy
Roller, Rear Assy
Drive, Belt, 8 Rib
Console, Back, Plastic
Decal, Logo, Cybex Intl, 9 x 7”
Front Console, Plastic
Membrane, 550T, Top*
Membrane, 550T, Bottom*
Lanyard, E-stop Assembly
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ITEM QTY.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
ITEM QTY.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
105
106
107
108
110
111
112
113
116
118
119
120
121
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
4
1
2
PL-17686
HX-16931
AD-21226
AD-21225
AD-19366
EC-17763
AW-17707
AF-17684
HX-15499
HS-10716
EH-00472
FS-16841
HS-16940
122
123
124
125
1
1
12
17
FS-16990
SW-10523
HS-41187
HS-15706
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
AW-16572
AW-16578
AW-16579
AW-16638
AW-16639
AW-16640
AW-16938
AW-17163
AW-17164
AW-17694
AW-17694
AW-17706
AW-17732
AW-19117
AW-19502
AW-19502
NS
1
AW-19523
126
127
128
1
1
1
HX-17711
HX-19040
HX-17697
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
1
2
2
2
4
1
1
1
HX-16842
AX-19669
AX-19670
PL-20360
HS-20306
AX-16812
AX-19437
AX-19734
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
1
1
1
1
0
AW-19648
AW-20111
AX-16273
AX-16956
AX-17174
NS
0
AX-17175
NS
0
AX-17217
NS
NS
1
1
CN-17687
FT-16278
137
2
HS-19108
NS
1
HS-16921
138
139
140
1
2
2
FM-19439
HN-20041
HW-20044
NS
2
HS-16935
141
2
HS-18358
142
143
144
145
1
2
1
2
DE-19451
DE-17714
DE-16784
DE-21275
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
1
2
1
1
1
1
HX-00438
HX-16852
LT-03051
LT-17718
LT-21250
LT-21311-X
NS
NS
1
1
LT-21312
SK-17827
146
147
200
201
201
202
203
204
205
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
HN-60064
EC-15004
AF-20678
CP-20665
CP-20794
HX-20032
PL-20015
FT-19980
HS-20036
NS
1
SK-18554
Jumper, Switch-Filter, White, US
Jumper, Filter-cntl, White
Jumper, Filter-cntl, Black
Power Cord, 230 VAC, 50Hz
Power Cord, 220 VAC, 60Hz
Power Cord, 115 VAC, 60HZ
Jumper, Switch-Filter, Black, US
Jumper, Switch-Filter, Black, Intl.
Jumper, Switch-Filter, White. Intl.
Cable, Audio, 1/4” to 3.5mm, 18”
Cable & Audio Jack 1/4 in to 3.5 mm
Cable, Contact HR Grip
Cable, 4” Ribbon C-SAFE
Cable, 515T / 530T, A/V, I/O
Cable, AV Keypad Extension
Cable, Ribbon, AV Keypad
Extension
Power Cord, 230 VAC, 50Hz, 13A,
UK
Cable, Speed Sensor
Cable E5, RJ45
Clamp Assy, Handrail Ext.
Kit, Install Hardware
Handrail Extension Kit, Left Only Complete kit with instructions
Handrail Extension Kit, Right Only
Complete kit with instructions
Handrail Extension Kit, Left and
Right - Complete kit with instructions
Adapter, 1/4” Plug to 1/8” Jack
Handrail Extension, Spacer, Bottom
hardware
Handrail Extension, Bolt, 5/8-11 x
4.75, Bottom hardware
Handrail Extension, Screw, Set 1/2
13 x 1/2”, Top Hardware
Allen Wrench, 3/16”
Handrail Extension, Grip
Sign, Facility Safety
Poster, Assembly
Product Registration Sheet
Owner’s and Service, Manual Cybex
Pro3*
Warranty Sheet, Cybex Pro3, Pink
Kit, Assembly, Contact Heart Rate
Grip, Pair
Brush Kit, Pair, 110 or 220 VDC, w/
spring clips
206
207
2
2
HS-41107
HX-20782
208
209
8
6
HW-20779
HX-20778
210
211
212
213
NS
1
4
4
4
1
HW-53018
HS-20731
HW-21285
HW-20214
AW-16561
Tab, Bookholder
Clamp, Cable, 5-16 dia Standard
PCA, 550T, Lower Display
PCA, 550T, Upper Display
PCA, CSAFE Port Board, W-TVS
PCA Salutron Serial Output
Cable, CHR to display with ferrite
Handrail, Weldment
Grip Handlebar
Screw 4-40 x 0.38 PNHD Phil
Wire Tie Ty-23M
Mount, E-stop Magnet
Screw, Sems 10-32 x 3/8”, PNHD
ext, BL ZN
Plate, Switch, Power On-Off
Switch, On-Off
Screw, 8/16 x 5/16”, Plastite
Screw, 8/16 x .50”, PNHD STL BLK
Phil
Plug, Hole Plastic 7-16 Black
Clamp, Cable, 3/4” Diameter
Tape, Double Sided, Die Cut, .062”,
Thick
Magnet, E-stop
Grip, Heartrate Grip, Top
Grip, Heartrate Grip, Bottom
Endcap, Heartrate Grip
Screw, 6 - 20 X 1.12”, PNHD PHIL
Power Factor Correction Assembly
Assembly, Deck Stiffener, Pivot, Left
Assembly, Deck Stiffener, Pivot,
Right
Screw, 5/16 - 18 X 34”, LG, HXHD,
Whiz-lock, GR5
Shaft, Deck Pivot
Nut, 1/4 - 20, Propeller, .305” OD
Washer, Belleville, 15 X 8.2 X
1.0 MM, .5MM Thick
Bolt, 5/16 - 18 X .1.25”, SCHD CAP,
BLK ZN
Decal, WEEE Symbol
Decal, Cybex, 13.8 X 2.2”
Decal, Side Stripe
Cybex Pro3 Decal for Side
Extrusions
Nut, Jam 3-8”-16 blk zn
Ferrite, Clamp-on, .40” ID
Bracket, SLANT Mount,TV Arm
Monitor, CYBEX, 15” SECAM/PAL
Monitor, CYBEX, 15” ASTC
Cap, Domed, Plastic
Cap, Black
Tube, Spacer, .375 Dia , .28” Wall
Screw, 5/16-18 x 1.50”, ScHd, Stl,
Zn
Bolt, 5/16-18 x 1.50”, Bh, SS, Bl
Bushing, T- Type,Rubber, Ring
Mount, Vibration Isolator
Washer, Flat, 1.44 x .325”, SS
Bushing,Rubber, Ring Mount,
Vibration Isolator
Washer, 5/16”, Split
Screw, M4x10 ScHd Stl, Blk
Washer, Lock, M4 Zn
Washer, Flat, M4
Cable, Univ. Tread Display
Customer
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NOTE: NS = Not Shown
*Language Key
1-German
2-French
3-Spanish
4-English
6-Japanese
7-Swedish
8-Russian
102
108
124
107
100
59
61
60
70
43
42
146
128
62
124
105
64
125
129 106
53
112
119
201
212
101
132
127
118 111
71
104
126
53
110 125
99
8
130
133
131
211
208
203
133 131
41
116
207
209
208
125
93
204
206
113
42
213
65
130
5
146
43
120
AV Option
124
103
116
200
73
207
74
73
75
74
204
74
73
98
69
68
2
202
208
2
96
209
205
210
2
46
50
44
88
92
80
48
89
95
45
57
90
81
29
38
94
49
44
51
4
40
76
39
147
47
3
36
56
19
67
53
30
12
20
9
24
58
55
20
54
91
6
97
141
139
63
37
67
140
2
134
136
1
7
15
21
2
28
135
121
27
123
9
2
13
122
32
137
137
20
31
20
145
17
19
144
138
32
14
23
35
143
34
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22
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20A DOMESTIC 115V - EC-19869 (RP220-20-4.7)
20A DOMESTIC 220V - EC-19869 (RP220-20-4.7)
15A INTERNATIONAL - EC-18896 (DSC1000-4-10-4.7)
208 - 240V 50 Hz (AW-19523 POWER CORD) UK
109 - 125V 60 Hz (AW-16640 POWER CORD)
208 - 240V 60 Hz (AW-16639 POWER CORD)
208 - 240V 50 Hz (AW-16638 POWER CORD)
LINE
FILTER
AW-16572 (DOM)
AW-16938 (DOM)
N/C < 16%
LINE
AW-17163 (INTL)
BLK
WHT
INTERNAL
MAX ELEV.
SWITCH
NEUTRAL
AW-17164 (INTL)
LINE
GND
NEUT
UP
THERMAL
3
2
5
4
6
(DT9) AC ON
(DT1) DOWN
ARM VOLT
(DT13) UP
BLACK
2
OPEN
RED
2
WHITE
WHITE
1
GND
AX-16835 CONTROL BOARD ASSEMBLY 115 VAC
AX-16836 CONTROL BOARD ASSEMBLY 230 VAC
BLACK
2
GND
1
RPM SIGNAL
1
5V +
J3
3
8
1
7
TACH
-15V BOARD PWR
AW-19117
CABLE,
A-V I-O
2
3
4
5
P2
6
7
5
3
2
1
6
8
6
4
2
3
5
4
6
5
4
7
3
2
1
8
WHT / RED
6
1234567
7
+9v REG
ELEV. UP
5
J3
A/V
J6
RED
BLACK
2
4
7
6
8
RJ45
J1 (OUTSIDE)
CHR SYSTEM
RIGHT REAR SIGNAL
LEFT REAR SIGNAL
AD-19366 CSAFE AUDIO
PCA, CSAFE AUDIO ADAPTER
1
2
3
AD-21225 / -Q
PCA, 550T DISPLAY BOARD
J2
AD-17690 (OLD)
PCA, CSAFE ADAPTER
CH- SW2
VOL- SW3
FLEXTAIL 'A'
SHIELD
ROW 1 LED
ROW 3 LED
ROW 5 LED
COL 2 LED
ROW 2 SWITCH
ROW 4 SWITCH
COL 1 SWITCH
COL 3 SWITCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SHIELD
ROW 2 LED
ROW 4 LED
COL 1 LED
ROW 1 SWITCH
ROW 3 SWITCH
ROW 5 SWITCH
COL 2 SWITCH
COL 4 SWITCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
B
SHIELD
ROW 1
ROW 2
ROW 3
COL 1
COL 2
1
2
3
4
5
6
C
2
J
8
7
6
5
FLEXTAIL 'B'
1
2
3
4
S1
S2
S3
S4
S13
S14
S15
S16
S9
S10
S11
S5
S6
S7
S17
S18
S19
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SHIELD
ROW 2 LED
ROW 4 LED
COL 1 LED
ROW 1 SWITCH
ROW 3 SWITCH
ROW 5 SWITCH
COL 2 SWITCH
COL 4 SWITCH
A
S12
3
S8
4
5
SW-21227-X
ELEV. UP
3
2
1
6
5
I
2
AD-21226 / -Q
PCA, 550T HANDSET DISPLAY
ELEV. DN
SIG
L
VCC
REF.
GND
4
H
3
RED
G
X
STOP
BLACK
F
1
SHIELD
SPEED UP
R
SIG
PCA, SALUTRON SERIAL OUTPUT
EC-17763
FLEXTAIL 'C'
3
GND
+5V
GND (BLACK)
2
REF.
E-STOP
SPEED DN
+5V (RED)
SIG (GREEN)
1
2
1
2
3
RED
1
BLACK
3
WIRELESS
AW-17706
CABLE,CHR GRIP
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X
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
E
MEMBRANE, 550T CONSOLE TOP
1
AUDIO
AUDIO/FLASH
RXD 1
TXD 1
B+
CTS
GND
CHASSIS
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL
GND
RED
BLACK
5
3
+5V
1
RIGHT
SIG
LEFT
VOL+ SW4
AW-19502
CABLE, AV KEYPAD EXTENSION
P3
8
+5V
3
1
CIRCUIT GND
J8
8
7
Zero Switch
4
2
E-STOP
5
5
REF. GND
6
6
3
1
ELEV. DOWN
Brush Wear
Motor Current
3
4
2
P8
GND REF.
GND
4
PWM
FLASH
1
6
5
+12v UNREG
RXD 1
2
SPEED SIGNAL
4
TXD 1
4
3
CH+ SW1
SHIELD
ROW 1 LED
ROW 3 LED
ROW 5 LED
COL 2 LED
ROW 2 SWITCH
ROW 4 SWITCH
COL 1 SWITCH
COL 3 SWITCH
WHITE
WHT / YLW
WHT / ORG
GRAY
BLUE
GREEN
ORANGE
YELLOW
WHT / BLK
BROWN
VIOLET
RED
BLACK
7
6
5
B+
3
6
5
4
3
2
CTS
2
7
7
6
5
4
7
TXD 2 AV
1
1
1
GND
1
3
FLASH
3
RXD 1
2
1
2
TXD 1
6
CTS
B+
2
2
2
1
HA-20175
HEADPHONES
TXD 2
5
7
B+
CTS
GND
CHASSIS
5
1
CSAFE CABLE
AW-17732
J3 (INTERNAL)
FOR ADAPTER
USE ONLY
RJ45
J2
4
AUDIO
J4 3.5mm
3
P2
6
4
CONSOLE CABLE
AW-16561
8
6
1
5
3
2
SW-21287-4 (ALL LANGUAGES)
MEMBRANE, PRO3 AV KEYPAD
8
3
3
CN-17687
ADAPTER, 1/4"-1/8"
P1
7
3
AW-17694
CABLE, AUDIO 1/4"
4
AUDIO
AUDIO/FLASH
RXD 1
TXD 1
1
6
5
2
4
3
1
AC POWER CONVERTER
WR-14012 (Ger. Sp. Swe.)
CABLE, POWER CORD, 230V, 10A
AW-20192
POWER CORD, JAPAN
AW-20193
POWER CORD, 250VAC, 3A
1
2
2
AX-19636 3.0Hp 110V VDC
AX-19637 3.0Hp 220V VDC
P1
PEM
1
B
C
7
1
BLACK
RED
A2 (BLK)
A1 (RED)
BW
YELLOW
(DT5) DC VOLTAGE
CURR LIMIT
DIGITAL PEM:
CP-20794 ATSC/NTSC
AW-20111 CABLE,
5E BONDED-PAIR
4
P-TACH
DISPLAY CONNECTORS
PWM
M.C. SIG
2nd GEN DIGITAL PEM:
CP-21073 PAL/DVB/SECAM
CP-21072 ATSC/NTSC
(-)
3
OPTO
SPEED SENSOR
EC-19647
AUX SW5
ANALOG PEM:
CP-20126 NTSC/PAL
CP-20665 PAL/SECAM
(+)
2
ADAPTER, SERVICE PROGRAMMING
CN-16924
A
FERRITE EC-15004
(INTERNATIONAL ONLY)
CHASSIS
GND
N/C
B+
TXD
RXD
N/C
N/C
OPTICAL SPEED SENSOR CABLE
AW-19648
2
6
9
RED
4
DIAGNOSTIC LEDS
5
4
3
LINE
3
2
8
GRAY
BROWN
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
BLACK
ORANGE
BLUE
5
8
4
20A / 250V / SB (115V)
15A / 250V / SB (220/240V)
1
7
4
1 CD CARRIER DETECT
2 RD RECEIVE DATA
3 TD TRANSMIT DATA
4 DTR DATA TERMINAL READY
5 GND
6 DSR DATA SET READY
7 RTS REQUEST TO SEND
8 CTS CLEAR TO SEND
9 RI RING DETECT
MR-16412 ELEV. MOTOR 115V
MR-16541 ELEV. MOTOR 220V
ELEVATION
AC
LINE 2
AC
LINE 1
ELEV
3
1
6
J1
3A
2
CSAFE CONNECTOR
1
ELEV NEUTRAL
ELEV DWN
7
DWN
3
1
INTERNAL
ZERO
SWITCH
ELEV UP
GND REF
AW-17113
(WHT)
CA-16813
10uF, 370VAC
CAPACITOR
CHASSIS GROUND
J102
ZERO SWITCH
INTERNATIONAL ONLY
TREADMILL
CHASSIS
COM
ELV-MOTOR
N/C < 0%
TR-16814 (x2)
5mH CHOKE
AW-17112
(BLK)
GREEN (GREEN / YELLOW)
AW-16578 (WHT)
BLACK (BROWN)
AW-16579 (BLK)
DOMESTIC ONLY
WHITE (BLUE)
AX-16812
POWER FACTOR
CORRECTION
ASSY
3
POWER SWITCH
SW-10523
N
AW-17707
CABLE, CHR TO DISPLAY
S
E-STOP MAGNET
E-STOP KEY
Cybex Pro3 Schematic
SHIELD (NOT USED)
ROW 1 SWITCH
ROW 2 SWITCH
ROW 3 SWITCH
COL 1 SWITCH
COL 2 SWITCH
1
2
3
4
5
6
START
X
SW-21228-X
MEMBRANE, 550T CONSOLE BTM
Cybex Pro3 Treadmill Owner’s Manual
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