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CYBEX 625T Owner`s manual
Cybex Treadmill
Product Number 625T
Owner’s Manual
Cardiovascular Systems
Part Number LT-23221-4 B
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Cybex Treadmill
Product Number 625T
Owner’s Manual
Cardiovascular Systems
Part Number LT-23221-4 B
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Cybex 625T Treadmill Owner’s Manual
Table of Contents
FCC Compliance Information . . . . . . . . . . 7
Preventive Maintenance
Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Regular Maintenance Activities . . . . . . . .
Cleaning Your Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running Belt Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . .
Other Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . .
Service Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety
Important Voltage Information . . . . . . . . . . 9
Grounding Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . 10
User Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Facility Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Warning Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Caution Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Emergency Stop Key (e-stop) . . . . . . . . . 16
CSAFE Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Customer Service
Contacting Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial Numbers and Voltage . . . . . . . . . .
Return Material Authorization (RMA) . . . .
Damaged Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembly and Setup
Warnings/Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Choosing and Preparing a Site . . . . . . . .
Electrical Power Requirements . . . . . . . .
Assembling the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing the Treadmill Operation . . . . . . . .
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Appendix A - Technical Specifications
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Operation
Terms Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User Control Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . .
Console Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Quick Operation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Detailed Operation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stopping the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Sentry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control During Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Readouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying Heart Rate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heart Rate Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meaning of % Grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preprogrammed Workouts . . . . . . . . . . . .
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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 A digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case
the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
Modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment under FCC rules.
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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 the
site match the voltage of the treadmill that has been received. The power requirements for the Cybex
625T Treadmill include a grounded, dedicated circuit, rated for one of the following:
• 100 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20A
• 115 VAC, 60 Hz, 20A
• 208 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 230 VAC, 50 Hz, 13A, UK
• 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 15A
See the front warning decal for the voltage requirements of the treadmill.
WARNING: Do not attempt to use this unit with a voltage adapter. Do not attempt to use
this unit with an extension cord.
WARNING: Do not plug more than one unit into a single circuit.
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 there is 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.
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This treadmill is for use on 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.
115 VAC
Euro Plug 220 VAC
EMA 5-20 CEE 7/7 NEMA 6-15
N
UK
230 VAC
Danish
107-2-D1
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.
User Safety Precautions
WARNING: Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercise may result
in serious injury or death. If you feel faint stop exercising immediately.
• Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program.
• Stop exercising if you feel faint, dizzy, or experience pain and consult your physician.
• Obtain instruction before using.
• Read and understand the Owner’s Manual and all warnings posted on the unit before using.
• Read and understand emergency stop procedures.
• DO NOT wear loose or dangling clothing while using the treadmill.
• Keep all body parts and other items free and clear of moving parts.
• Place your feet on the two top steps when starting or stopping the treadmill.
• Use the treadmill handrails for support and to maintain balance.
• Keep all children (12 and under) away. Teenagers (13 and over) and disabled must be supervised.
• DO NOT use the unit if you exceed 400 lbs. (181 kg). This is the rated maximum user weight.
• Report any malfunctions, damage or repairs to the facility.
• Replace any warning labels if damaged, worn or illegible.
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Facility Safety Precautions
• Instruct
all users on how to clip the e-stop clip onto their clothing and carefully test it prior to using
the treadmill.
• Instruct all users to use caution when mounting and dismounting the treadmill.
• Use a dedicated line when operating the treadmill. A dedicated line requires one circuit breaker per
unit.
• Connect the treadmill to a properly grounded outlet only.
• DO NOT operate electrically powered treadmills in damp or wet locations.
• Keep the running belt clean and dry at all times.
• DO NOT leave the treadmill unattended when plugged in and running. 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.
• Immobilize the treadmill (when not in use) by removing the e-stop key.
• Inspect the treadmill for worn or loose components before each use. Do not use until worn or damaged parts are replaced.
• Stop and place the treadmill at 0 degrees incline (level) after each use.
• Maintain and replace worn parts regularly. Refer to “Preventive Maintenance” section of Owner’s
Manual.
• 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.
• DO NOT place the cord near heated surfaces or sharp edges.
• DO NOT use the treadmill outdoors.
• DO NOT operate the treadmill around or where aerosol (spray) or where oxygen products are being used.
• Read and understand the Owner’s Manual completely before using the treadmill.
• Ensure all users wear proper footwear on or around all Cybex equipment.
• Set up and operate the treadmill on a solid, level surface. Do not operate in recessed areas or on
plush carpet.
• 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.
• Disconnect power before servicing.
• 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.
• Use Cybex factory parts when replacing parts on the treadmill.
• DO NOT modify the treadmill in any way.
• DO NOT use attachments unless recommended for the treadmill by Cybex.
• Ensure all User and Facility Safety Precautions are observed.
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IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CYBEX.
Cybex
OR WHOLE WITHOUT
CYBEX IS PROHIBITED.
REVISIONS
625T Treadmill Owner’s Manual
Carefully read and understand the following before using the 625T treadmill:
• Warning
Decals
• Caution
Decals
REV
DESCRIPTION
ECO
.
See sheet 1
To replace any worn or damaged decals do one of the following: Visit www.cybexintl.com to shop
for parts online, fax orders to 508-533-5183 or contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239. If
you are located outside of the USA, call 508-533-4300. For location or part number of labels, see the
parts list and exploded-view diagram on the Cybex web site at www.cybexintl.com.
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 625T are shown below.
DE-22764-4
Warning
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
.XX ± .02
.XXX ± .010
ANGULAR = ± 1°
FINISH = 125 RMS
FRACTIONS = ± 1/64”
MATERIAL
SEE NOTES, Page 1
FINISH
SEE NOTES, Page 1
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DE-22765-4
Warning
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
.XX ± .02
.XXX ± .010
ANGULAR = ± 1°
FINISH = 125 RMS
FRACTIONS = ± 1/64”
MATERIAL
SEE NOTES, Page 1
FINISH
SEE NOTES, Page 1
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
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DO NOT MANUALLY UPDATE
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DRAWN BY
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CHECKED
DATE
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SOLE PROPERTY OF CYBEX.
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Warning, 230 VAC
Artwork scaled to 80%
See above artboard for actual size
Do not print an outlin
See Solidworks draw
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
FRACTIONS DECIMALS ANGLES
±
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FINISH: 125 RMS
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UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
AVERTISSEMENT
REV
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES ARE:
.XX ± .02
.XXX ± .010
ANGULAR = ± 1°
FINISH = 125 RMS
FRACTIONS = ± 1/64”
MATERIAL
SEE NOTES, Page 1
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APPROVALS
BGarber
CHECKED
QUAL ENG
APPROVAL
DATE
LABEL, WARNING,
DO NOT TILT,
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RESP ENG
MFG ENG
DATE
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MEDWAY, MA
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DATE
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ADOBE GENERATED DRAWING
DO NOT MANUALLY UPDATE
APPROVALS
BGarber
DRAWN BY
CHECKED
RESP ENG
MFG ENG
QUAL ENG
Afin d'éviter tout risque de blessure,
voire de décès, installer correctement
le cordon d'alimentation. S'assurer que
le cordon d'alimentation est acheminé
conformément aux instructions du
manuel et n'interfère pas avec la course
du système d'élévation ni se coince
dans les roues d'élévation ou le cadre
du tapis de course.
ADVERTENCIA
WARNUNG
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
AVERTISSEMENT
Afin d'éviter tout risque de blessure,
voire de décès, installer correctement
le cordon d'alimentation. S'assurer que
le cordon d'alimentation est acheminé
conformément aux instructions du
manuel et n'interfère pas avec la course
du système d'élévation ni se coince
dans les roues d'élévation ou le cadre
du tapis de course.
LABEL WARNING,
POWER CORD,
TREADMILL
ADVERTENCIA
Si no se instala correctamente el cable
de alimentación, es posible que se
produzcan lesiones graves o la muerte.
Asegúrese de que el cable de alimentación
pase por los lugares correctos tal y como
se indica en el manual y no interfiera con
el desplazamiento completo del sistema
de elevación o sea pellizcado por las
ruedas de elevación o la estructura de la
cinta de correr.
WARNING
Failure to correctly install power cord
could result in serious injury or death.
Ensure the power cord is routed as
instructed in the manual and does not
interfere with the full travel of the elevation
system or become pinched by the
elevation wheels or treadmill frame.
DE-23098 A
2
REV.
2 OF 2
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MEDWAY, MA
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SCALE: 1=1 THIS FILE IS IN ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR SHEET
Nicht fachgerecht installiertes Netzkabel
kann zu ernsthaften oder tödlichen
Verletzungen führen. Stellen Sie sicher,
dass das Netzkabel wie im Handbuch
angewiesen verlegt wird und weder das
Hebesystem behindert noch von den
Heberädern oder dem
Laufbandrahmen eingeklemmt wird.
Caution Decals
REVISIONS
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CYBEX.
ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR WHOLE WITHOUT
THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CYBEX IS PROHIBITED.
.XX ± .02
.XXX ± .010
ANGULAR = ± 1°
FINISH = 125 RMS
FRACTIONS = ± 1/64”
SEE NOTES, Page 1
MATERIAL
FINISH
SEE NOTES, Page 1
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DE-23212-4
Warning
Nicht fachgerecht installiertes Netzkabel
kann zu ernsthaften oder tödlichen
Verletzungen führen. Stellen Sie sicher,
dass das Netzkabel wie im Handbuch
angewiesen verlegt wird und weder das
Hebesystem behindert noch von den
Heberädern oder dem
Laufbandrahmen eingeklemmt wird.
Si no se instala correctamente el cable
de alimentación, es posible que se
produzcan lesiones graves o la muerte.
Asegúrese de que el cable de alimentación
pase por los lugares correctos tal y como
se indica en el manual y no interfiera con
el desplazamiento completo del sistema
de elevación o sea pellizcado por las
ruedas de elevación o la estructura de la
cinta de correr.
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ADOBE GENERATED DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
DO NOT MANUALLY UPDATE
TOLERANCES ARE:
.XX ±Failure
.02
to correctly installAPPROVALS
power cord
DATE
.XXXcould
± .010result in serious injury or death.
DRAWN
BY
ANGULAR
=
±
1°
Ensure the power cord is routed as
FINISH
= 125 RMS
12/2/10
instructed
in the manual BGarber
and does not
FRACTIONS
= ±the
1/64”
interfere with
full travel
of the elevation
CHECKED
system or become pinched by the
MATERIAL
elevation wheels or treadmill frame.
RESP ENG
DE-23098 A
FINISH
MFG ENG
DE-23098
Warning
WARNING
SEE NOTES, Page 1
SEE NOTES, Page 1
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
QUAL ENG
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 this unit. However, there are caution
statements listed in this manual.
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Emergency Stop Key (e-stop)
The e-stop key functions as an emergency stop. In an emergency situation, the e-stop key
disengages from the console and the treadmill will come to a stop. Before using the treadmill, clip the
e-stop key as described below.
1. C
ompress the spring and clip the e-stop clamp to your clothing. Ensure the clip engages
enough clothing so it does not fall off in an emergency situation. Be sure the string is free of
knots and has enough slack for you to workout comfortably with the e-stop key in place.
Clothing
Clip
2. W
ithout falling off the treadmill, carefully step backward until the e-stop pulls out of the
console. 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 the e-stop key.
4. T
he treadmill is now ready to be used. Ensure the the e-stop clip is secured to your clothing at
all times during use.
5. After use, remove the e-stop key from the treadmill.
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The e-stop key can 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.
When not in use store the e-stop clip on the storage tab located on the lower cover.
E-Stop
Lower
Cover
Storage
Tab
Clip
CSAFE Port
The CSAFE standard defines a communication protocol and low-voltage DC power source specific
to the Fitness Equipment Industry. These RJ-45 phone jacks are provided for use ONLY within the
CSAFE protocol. For more information on CSAFE standard, visit www.fitlinxx.com/csafe.
Console CSAFE Port Location
(Inside Console)
CSAFE
(J18)
CSAFE Port (Optional)
(Front of Unit)
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Assembly and Setup
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.
WARNING: Failure to correctly install power cord could result in serious injury or death.
Ensure the power cord is routed as instructed and does not interfere with the
full travel of the elevation system or become pinched by the elevation wheels
or treadmill frame.
WARNING: During this procedure STAY OFF THE RUNNING BELT! Stand with your feet
on the two steps.
CAUTION: A minimum of two people are required to lift, move and assemble this
treadmill. Always use proper lifting methods when moving heavy items.
Choosing and Preparing a Site
Before assembling the treadmill a suitable site must be selected with 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 the treadmill’s voltage requirements.
The area selected 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:
• 100 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20A
• 115 VAC, 60 Hz, 20A
• 208 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 230 VAC, 50 Hz, 13A, UK
• 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 15A
Contact a qualified 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
• Phillips screwdriver
• Long 3/8” drive socket extension
• 3/4” Open end wrench
• 7/32” Allen wrench (included)
• 14 mm Open end wrench
The words “left” and “right” denote the treadmill user’s orientation. Read and understand all
instructions thoroughly before assembling the treadmill.
Verify you have received the correct package.
1. Read the sticker on the outside of the box and verify that the model number, color and voltage
are what you ordered.
Unpack and verify the contents of the boxes.
1. Lift up and remove the cardboard sleeve that surrounds the treadmill.
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2. Verify the following items are present. Check off ( 4 ) each item as you find it. If any of the parts
are missing contact Cybex Customer Service.
Item 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part Number
Varies
Varies
FM-22900
FM-22901
Varies
CN-22747
AX-23019
LT-23221-4
LT-23229
LT-23226-4
#7
Description
Base assembly
Console assembly
Upright, Left
Upright, Right
Power Cord
CSAFE Coupler (optional)
Hardware pack
Owner’s Manual
Assembly poster
Warranty sheet
#8
#9
#10
#2
#3
#4
#1
#5
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3. Check off ( 4 ) each item in the hardware pack as you find it.
Item
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Qty
1
20 2
2
1
1
4
Part Number Description
HS-21672
Screw, #8-32 x 1/2”
HS-22651
Bolt, 3/8-16 .75”, BHCS, ZN
FM-22778 Standoff, M-F, 3/8-16” Thread, Short
FM-22779 Standoff, M-F, 3/8-16” Thread, Long
HX-00440
Allen wrench, 7/32”
FS-23071
Bracket, Power Cord
HX-21519
Connector, Plastic
Hardware
#11 #12
#13
#14 #15
#16
#17
#2
#4
#12
#3
#17
#12
#11
#1
#16
#14
#12
#13
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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.
Lift and move the treadmill.
Take note of doorway widths in facility before assembly. The base is 32.5” (83 cm) wide. With
uprights installed the width is 35.6” (90.5 cm).
1. At least two people should lift and move the treadmill to a level location where you intend to
leave it. Use proper lifting methods.
Verify the model and voltage.
1. Verify that you have the correct model and voltage by looking at the serial number label
located at the rear of the unit. See Customer Service Chapter.
Remove shield.
1. Loosen but do not remove the two front cover screws securing the motor cover using a Phillips
screwdriver.
Motor
Cover
Front
Cover
Screws (2)
2. Remove motor cover by lifting vertically.
3. Loosen but do not remove the seven screws securing the sheild to the base using a Phillips
screwdriver.
Base
Shield
Screws
(7)
4. Remove shield by sliding sideways and then vertically off of base.
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Install power cord.
1. Locate the power cord.
2. Decide whether you will plug the power cord into a power outlet near the front of the treadmill
or the back of the treadmill. Follow the corresponding routing procedure below. Do not plug the
power cord into a power outlet at this time.
WARNING: Failure to correctly install power cord could result in serious injury or death.
Ensure the power cord is routed as instructed and does not interfere with the
full travel of the elevation system or become pinched by the elevation wheels
or treadmill frame.
Front routing: Skip to page 26.
Back routing:
Remove front cover.
1. Using a Philips screwdriver remove the four screws securing the front cover to the base.
Front Cover
Screws (4)
2. Remove front cover.
3. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws securing the right end cap.
Right End
Cap
Screws (2)
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4. Remove the right top step by inserting a long 3/8” drive socket extension into the right top step
and prying backwards.
3/8” Drive Socket
Extension
Right Top Step
5. Remove the right top step.
6. Route the power cord through the hole in the upright support and behind the lower cover.
Hole in Upright
Support
Power
Cord Inlet
Lower Cover
Power Cord
7. Adjust the power cord length entering the frame to allow for the power cord to be plugged into
the power cord inlet. Do not plug the power cord in at this time.
8. Adjust the power cord length exiting the rear of the frame. Store extra power cord behind lower
cover.
9. Install the right top step by placing in position and inserting a long 3/8” drive socket extension
into the right top step.
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3/8” Drive Socket Extension
Right Top Step
10.Pry the long 3/8” drive socket extension forwards to secure the right top step.
11.Using a Phillips screwdriver, install the two screws securing the right end cap.
Install the uprights.
1. Locate two standoffs short and long.
2. Using a 3/4” open end wrench, secure the standoffs short and long to the right side of the
base.
Front of Unit
Short
Long
Base
3. Locate the right upright and two bolts.
Upright
Base
Bolt
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4. Hand thread two bolts into the base. Do not fully thread bolts into the base.
5. Carefully place the right upright onto the base assembly and the bolts installed in the previous
step.
6. Hand thread four bolts into the right upright.
Upright
Bolt
Bolt
7. Repeat steps for the left upright.
Install the console assembly to the uprights.
1. Locate the console assembly and two bolts.
2. Hand thread one bolt, into the top back hole for each side of the console assembly. Do not fully
thread bolts into the console assembly.
Console
Bolt
Upright
Display
Cable
Front of Unit
(Right side shown)
3. Locate the display cable exiting the bottom right of the console assembly.
Do not pinch or damage display cable when installing console assembly.
Two people are required for the following two steps.
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4. Insert the display cable into the top of the right upright until it exits the hole at the base of the
right upright.
Display Cable
Enters Here
Hole
5. Place the console assembly in position on the bolts installed in step 3 in the left and right
uprights.
6. Hand thread six bolts, into the remaining holes of the right upright and left upright.
Console
Upright
Bolt
(Right side shown)
7. Using the 7/32” Allen wrench, fully tighten all of the bolts.
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Connect the Display Cable.
The display cable and CSAFE cable have the same connectors. The display cable is black, the
CSAFE cable is red.
Route the cables under all other cables and towards the base plate.
1. Plug the display cable, located at the bottom of the upright assembly into the communication
port of the controller.
Display
Cable
(Black)
Controller
Communication
Port
CSAFE
Cable
(Red)
Install optional CSAFE cable.
The 625T may have a CSAFE cable depending on configuration.
1. Locate the optional CSAFE cable and CSAFE coupler. The CSAFE cable is red.
2. Insert the CSAFE coupler into the mounting plate by hooking the lower tab into the mounting
plate and snapping in the upper tab.
CSAFE
Coupler
Upper Tab
Mounting
Plate
Lower Tab
Installed
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3. Plug the CSAFE cable into the CSAFE coupler on the front of the unit.
Mounting
Plate
CSAFE
Coupler
CSAFE Cable (Red)
Install shield.
1. Using a Philips screwdriver tighten the seven screws securing the shield to the base.
Shield
Screws
(7)
Attach the front covers.
Perform steps 1 and 2 if you removed the front cover. If not, skip to step 3.
1. Locate the front cover and four screws removed on page 24.
Screws (4)
Front Cover
2. Using a Philips screwdriver install, but do not fully tighten the four screws securing the front
cover to the base.
3. Locate the motor cover.
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Do not scratch top of hood cover. Place on carpeting or other soft surface.
4. Insert the four plastic connectors into the motor cover.
Plastic
Connectors (4)
Motor Cover
5. Place the motor cover into position vertically by aligning the two tabs and four plastic
connectors. Two plastic connectors are mounted in the front cover and two in the motor cover.
Tabs (2)
Motor
Cover
Plastic
Connectors (4)
If motor cover top does not fit properly, loosen the side screws on the front cover as needed.
6. Using a Phillips screwdriver, finish tightening the four front cover screws. Be sure the screws
are securing the motor cover’s tabs.
Install power cord.
1. Locate the power cord, mounting bracket and mounting screw.
Power Cord
Screw
Bracket
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2. Using a Phillips screwdriver, secure the power cord with the mounting bracket and mounting
screw.
Level the treadmill.
1. Confirm that the treadmill is on a level surface.
Attach emergency stop key.
1. Confirm that the emergency stop key is in place in the bottom of the console handrail. The
treadmill will not run without the key in place.
Emergency
Stop Key
Console
Handrail
When not in use store the e-stop clip on the storage tab located under the console handrail.
Visually inspect the treadmill.
1. Carefully examine the treadmill to ensure that the assembly is correct and complete.
Setup
Use the following instructions to setup the units settings.
CAUTION: During this procedure STAY OFF THE RUNNING BELT! Stand with your feet on
the two steps.
Cybex recommends that the treadmill be unplugged or the on/off (I/O) power switch turned off (O)
when it is not in use.
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.
Ensure the power cord is not being pinched under the front of the treadmill.
2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch under the front end of the treadmill. Toggle it to the on
position (I).
3. The control panel will light up and be in the Dormant Mode.
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Setup options
Enter Opening Screen.
1. While in Dormant Mode, Press any key to access the Opening Screen.
2. Press and the hold the SCAN/HOLD
and UP
Navigate through the setup menu with the UP
Press the ENTER
and DOWN
keys for 3 seconds.
keys.
key to save any changes.
The Setup options are:
Time
Date
Distance Units
Weight Units
Line Frequency
Pause
Default Time
Max Time
Max Speed
Max Incline
Beeper
Dormant Style
Set time display format. 12Hr A, 12Hr P or 24Hr (12 Hour AM, 12 Hour PM or
24 Hour).
Date format is [YYYY] [MM] [DD]. Y - Year, M - Month and D - Day.
MI - Miles or KM - Kilometers.
LBS - Pounds, KG - Kilograms or Stone - Stones.
60 - 60Hz (Default) or 50 - 50Hz.
Set time length for Pause. OFF (Default), 1:00, 5:00 or 10:00 minutes.
Set default workout time. 10, 20, 30 (Default), 60 or 90 minutes.
Set maximum workout time. OFF (Unlimited), 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 (Default), 90
or 120 minutes.
Set maximum speed. Miles - 1 to 12.4 in one MPH increments. Kilometers 1-10, 12, 16 or 20 KPH increments. Max speed is default.
Set maximum incline. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 or 15% (Default).
Toggle console beeper On (Default) or OFF.
Default, Default with time (Clock shown), Heart only or Energy Saver (All
LED’s off except for center dashes on membrane.
Exit Set Up Mode.
1. Press the Stop key to exit Setup options.
Your treadmill is now ready for use. Proceed to Testing the Treadmill Operation. 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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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.
Cybex recommends that the treadmill be unplugged or the on/off (I/O) power switch turned off (O)
when it is not in use.
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.
Ensure the power cord is not being pinched under the front of the treadmill.
2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch under the front end of the treadmill. Toggle it to the on
position (I).
3. The control panel will light up and be in the opening screen.
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 0.5 mph (0.8 kph).
5. The lower left display will show the incline and the lower 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. Then press the Speed -­ key until the treadmill is back to 0.5 mph
(0.8 kph).
9. As you press the Incline ▲▼ 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 remain steadily
illuminated to indicate that the desired settings have been reached.
11.Run the treadmill through its full % grade range. Press the Incline ▲ key until the treadmill
reaches its highest grade (15%). Then press the Incline ▼ key until the treadmill reaches 0%
grade.
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12.Press the Stop key once to stop the running belt and enter Review Mode. Press the Stop key
again to exit Review Mode and return the display to the opening screen.
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Operation
Read and understand all instructions and warnings prior to using the treadmill. See all of the safety
related information located in the Safety chapter.
Terms 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. For setup options see Setup in the Assembly and
Setup chapter.
Dormant Mode — This occurs when the treadmill is powered up and not in use. Dormant Mode
settings are adjusted in Setup.
Wake-up Mode — This occurs when motion is detected or a key is pressed. A tone will be heard.
Program Group — This begins after tapping the Programs key. Select from 9 standard Programs.
Active Mode — Active Mode is when the running belt is moving. Before Active Mode begins, a three
second countdown and “3...2...1” is displayed. Active Mode continues until the preset time limit is
reached, the e-stop key is pulled out or the STOP key is pressed.
Quick Start — This begins by tapping the Quick Start key. Quick Start enters Active Mode at
minimum speed and 0% elevation with time counting up from 0:00.
Manual Mode — In this active mode the user sets a goal for Time, Distance or Calorie. The user
enters Weight before entering Active Mode. The user controls speed and incline. Manual Mode
continues until the goal is reached.
Review Mode — This begins after pressing the Stop key once or at the end of a program or when
the treadmill detects that the user is not there (see Safety Sentry™ in this chapter). The workout
data, any test results and the success of recording the workout to Nike+ will display for the preset
review time.
Cool Down — This begins at the end of a programmed workout. The countdown timer is set to two
minutes, elevation returns to 0% and speed is reduced to 50% of the MET level or 2.5 MPH (4 Km/H)
whichever is lower.
The last two minutes of a Programs (P1 – P9) will reduce the incline to 0% and the speed to half of
the MET level for each of the two remaining minutes. Cool down will also be active when Manual or
Quick Start workouts end due to the set or max time.
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User Control Symbols Used
%
A/V Option Shown
Control
Control Name
INCLINE UP
Description
Adjust Incline up.
INCLINE DOWN
Adjust Incline down.
SPEED UP
Adjust Speed up.
SPEED DOWN
Adjust Speed down.
VOLUME UP
(optional)
Adjust Volume up.
VOLUME DOWN
(optional)
Adjust Volume down.
CHANNEL/TRACK
CONTROL (optional)
iPod - NEXT track
A/V - Channel UP
CHANNEL/TRACK
CONTROL (optional)
iPod - PREVIOUS track
A/V - Channel DOWN
STOP
Press Stop once to end the workout session
and start the Workout Review. Press Stop
again to exit to Dormant Mode.
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Console Display
Bar Graph
Heart Rate
Indicator
Data
Readouts
Record
Indicator
Enunciator
User Controls
Incline
Keys
Incline
Display
Manual
Key
Quick
Start Key
Programs
Key
Speed
Display
Speed
Keys
%
Volume
Keys
(optional)
Scan/
Hold
Key
Stop
Key
Setup
Key
Enter
Key
Up/Down
Keys
TV LED
(optional)
Displays — Incline and Speed are shown in the LED displays. The TV LED indicates when Up/Down
keys are active to change channels.
Keys — User controls for Incline, Manual, Quick Start, Programs, Speed, Volume, Scan/Hold, Stop,
Setup, Enter and Up/Down.
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Quick Operation Guide
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.
1. Place your feet on the two top steps located on each side of the running belt.
WARNING: 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 the QUICK START key.
4. The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” after which it accelerates the belt to 0.5 mph (0.8
kph) and enters Active Mode.
5. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking.
6. Press the Speed + – keys to change the belt speed at any time. The right display will show the
current speed.
7. Press the Incline ▲▼ keys to change the incline at any time. The left display will show incline.
8. Press the Stop key at any time to stop the running belt. “Workout Review” is displayed and the
incline returns to 0%.
Detailed Operation Guide
Maximum user weight is 400 lbs. (181 kg).
1. Plug the treadmill power cord into a power outlet from a grounded, single phase, dedicated
circuit, rated for one of the following:
• 100 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20A
• 115 VAC, 60 Hz, 20A
• 208 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 230 VAC, 50 Hz, 13A, UK
• 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 15A
2. Set the on/off switch to the on position.
WARNING: 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.
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4. Clip the e-stop clip onto your clothing and carefully test the e-stop key to ensure it will activate
in case of an emergency. See Emergency Stop Key (e-stop) in the Safety Chapter for properly
testing the e-stop key. Also, see Stopping the Treadmill in this chapter for further information
about the e-stop key. 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. At the opening screen select the Manual, Quick Start or Programs key.
If Manual is selected, enter Time then Weight.
1. Adjust time with the UP
2. Press the ENTER
and DOWN
keys.
key to advance to weigh settings.
3. Adjust weight with the UP
and DOWN
keys. For the most accurate calorie count, you
must set your correct weight before beginning your workout (including clothing).
4. Press the ENTER
key to advance to weigh settings.
5. The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” after which it accelerates the belt to 0.5 mph (0.8
kph) and enters Active Mode.
If Quick Start is selected, The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” after which it accelerates the
belt to 0.5 mph (0.8 kph) and enters Active Mode.
If Programs is selected, Select a program and setup options.
1. Select programs P-1 through P-11 with the UP
2. Press the ENTER
and DOWN
keys.
key to advance to setup options.
Setup options:
Programs P-1 through P-8
Heart Rate Control P-9*
Gerkin Protocol P-10*
One Mile P-11
Time, Level, Weight
Time, Weight, Age, Target Heart Rate
Age, Weight, BPM-Qualification
Age, Weight, Gender, Speed
*The Heart Rate Control and Gerkin Protocol programs require wearing a Polar® compatible chest
strap (not included).
3. Use the UP
and DOWN
Press the ENTER
keys to increase or descrease each of the setup options.
key to advance to the next option.
For the most accurate calorie count, you must set your correct weight before beginning your workout
(including clothing).
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4. Upon entering the last setup option, 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. The running belt will begin accelerating and the incline will change to the
corresponding speed and incline of the program and/or level you selected.
5. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking.
6. Observe the control panel. The top center Bar Graph display shows a graphical representation
of the relative incline changes, and if in a program, will show the relative intensity changes that
are coming up. The Text Area will start showing the workout data such as Distance, Calories,
Heart rate (if available), METs and Pace (Minutes per Mile or Minutes per Km). The data
displays will start by automatically shifting every 5 seconds.
Heart rate will be displayed in lieu of METs if a valid heart rate is available from a wireless chest strap
(not included) or by holding the contact heart rate grips.
When you adjust incline in a program, the change will affect only the current segment. The program
control will resume starting with the next segment. To increase or decrease overall intensity, adjust
the speed and/or the program level.
7. Press the Speed + – keys to change the belt speed at any time. The right display will show the
set speed.
8. Press the Incline ▲▼ keys to change the incline at any time. The left display will show the
current incline only when incline keys are used, then revert to time.
9. Press the Stop key at any time to stop the workout. “Workout Review” is displayed and the
incline returns to 0%.
10.If the e-stop key is removed during a workout, the drive motor power shuts off immediately,
causing the belt to stop. “Emergency Stop – Key” is displayed. Replacement of the e-stop key
causes Workout Review to begin.
11.When a program is complete the treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1” and sounds a tone
for each count. The belt slows to a stop, the incline returns to 0% and Workout Review is
displayed for the preset time or until you press the Home key.
12.The treadmill returns to Dormant Mode.
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Stopping the Treadmill
Press Stop once to end the workout session and start the Workout Review. The treadmill will perform
a controlled belt stop and bring the incline to 0%. The Text Area will be displaying accumulated data
or the results of the Fitness Test for the duration configured in Setup for Review Time. Press Stop
again to exit to Dormant.
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 treadmill, unclipping it from the cord and putting it in a non-accessible place.
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.
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 treadmill and the running belt will come to a
stop.
Safety Sentry
If you step off of your treadmill during a workout, it is designed to detect your absence and will stop
the belt. Before taking action, the display will beep twice and display “Touch the screen to continue”
on the text area. If no response in 20 seconds, it will proceed to exiting Active Mode and then Review.
The treadmill will use every sensor available to determine a user is still on the belt before asking if
you are present, then shutting it off. If the user is lighter than 100 lbs. (45 Kg), the motor drive may
not be able to determine they are on the belt. In this instance, the treadmill can only rely on the
motion sensor, key inputs, or the heart rate to establish your presence. It is advisable for lighter users
to stay within the ‘sight’ of the motion sensor (no further back than the end of the handrails) or take
advantage of the wireless heart rate feature to avoid triggering the Safety Sentry.
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Control During Operation
Control keys are usable during operation and may be pressed at any time to make adjustments in
speed, elevation or data readouts. The Speed and Incline keys are located near the hand grips,
allowing for thumb adjustments without removing your hands from the hand grips.
Changing Speed — Press the Speed + – keys to change the speed in increments of 0.1 mph or 0.1
kph. Minimum to maximum speed is from 0.5 - 12.4 mph (0.8 - 20.0 kph).
Changing Incline — Press the Incline
keys to change the elevation in increments of 1%.
Elevation ranges from 0 to 15%. Press multiple times to change incline setting. Elevation is defined
as the ratio of rise or fall over run of the treadmill deck.
Data Readouts
As you exercise, the treadmill keeps track of the following data:
Distance — The total accumulated distance, in miles or kilometers, during your workout. Depending
on the defaults you’ve chosen this measurement will show in English or Metric.
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.
Calories Per Hour — Calculation of present workload’s energy exertion in Calories per Hour.
BPM (Beats Per Minute) — Your current heart rate. Heart rate will appear when a signal is
introduced. Use the hand grips for Contact Heart rate or wear a Polar® compatible heart rate chest
strap.
Time — The total time you’ve been working out or time remaining. Display time as hours:minutes.
Pace — At your current speed, how long it would take to cover a mile (or kilometer), displayed in
minutes:seconds.
Watts – Present workload energy exertion.
Metabolic Equivalent (METs) — Relates to the user’s energy expenditure. 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 consumed at rest. For example, two METs would be twice that amount. 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.
To review accumulated data after a program: The display automatically shows the accumulated
workout data during the Workout Review for the set review time. See Setup in the Assembly and
setup Chapter.
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Displaying Heart Rate
In order for the Cybex 625T to display your heart rate, hold the hand grips to use Contact Heart rate
or wear a Polar® compatible heart rate chest strap.
Contact Heart Rate — Hold the hand grips on the console handrail until a heart rate is displayed,
typically less than thirty seconds. For best results, hold the hand grips lightly and ensure that your
hands contact both the front and back sensors of each grip. 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
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. It is recommended that the
user have clean hands when using the contact heart rate.
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DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CYBEX.
LE WITHOUTHeart Rate Zone
S PROHIBITED.
Heart rate is described by the number of times your heart beats in a minute. At rest, the average
adult will have a heart rate of about 72 beats per minute (BPM). As one begins to exercise, heart rate
increases and continues to increase as exercise intensity or difficulty increases.
Monitoring your heart rate is an effective way to control the intensity of your workout and
subsequently the results it will have. Whether you are a new participant or one with a great deal of
experience, weight loss and other performance goals can be achieved by controlling the intensity of
your workout.
The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that healthy adults exercise between 55 and
85% of their heart rate max. Your heart rate max can be estimated by subtracting your age from 220.
Multiply that estimated heart rate max by .55 to estimate the lower end of your heart rate training
zone. Then multiply your estimated heart rate max by .85 to estimate the higher end of your training
zone. This heart rate training zone gives you a range of intensities at which to exercise.
Heart Rate Zone
This chart shows heart rate
based
on percentage
and age.
Securely
clip e-stop
clip onto your clothing
Beats
Per
Minute
Ma
x
Quick Start
1. Press 'Quick Start'.
2. Adjust
for speed & incline.
200
85
%
180
65
%
160
140
Program Start
1. Press ‘programs’ key to select programs
Press multiple times or select with
a
2. Follow the prompts.
3. Press 'Enter' to begin.
120
100
80
60
Age 20
30
40
50
60
70
220 - Age = Max Heart Rate
DE-18556-4
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 Arctangent of the grade. For instance,
15% grade is equal to 8.53 Degrees (ArcTan(.15)=8.53º). The opposite is true to determine % Grade
from Degree of incline (Tan (8.53º)=.15).
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Preprogrammed Workouts
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 625T, you may choose from Quick Start, Manual Mode, nine program choices, Gerkin
protocol and a one mile fitness test.
Manual Choices:
• Quick Start • Manual Mode
Press Quick Start. Control speed and elevation.
Set a goal, Time, Distance or Calorie. Enter weight. Control speed and elevation.
Program Choices:
No.
P-1
P-2
P-3
P-4
P-5
P-6
P-7
P-8
P-9
P-10
P-11
Name
Weight Loss
Rolling Hills
Hills
Pikes Peak
Hill Interval 1:1
Hill Interval 1:2
Hill Interval 1:3
Cardio
HR Control
Gerkin Protocol
One Mile Fitness Test
Levels
10 levels.
10 levels
10 levels.
10 levels.
10 levels.
10 levels.
10 levels.
10 levels.
N/A
N/A
N/A
Data Entries/Selections
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter level and weight.
Set a goal, enter weight, age and target heart rate.
Enter age, weight.
Enter age, weight, gender, speed
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Preventive Maintenance
Warnings
All warnings listed in this chapter are as follows:
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. A charge can remain after
unplugging the power cord and turning off the treadmill.
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.
Worn or damaged components shall be replaced immediately or the treadmill removed from service
until the repair is made.
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 508-533-4300 for any
preventive maintenance or service concerns.
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. 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.
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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.
WARNING: Keep wet items away from inside parts of the treadmill. Electrical shock
could occur even if the treadmill is unplugged. A charge can remain after
unplugging the power cord.
To clean the motor components, you must loosen the two Phillips head screws that hold the motor
cover in place. Lift the cover straight up; the screws 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.
Fan and Heat Sink — Vacuum the fan and heat sink area of the motor controller.
Motor
Controller
Fan and
Heatsink
Also use a dry cloth for the areas that you can not 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.
Carefully raise the rear of the treadmill and roll it back from its present position to vacuum the floor
area underneath the unit. 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 rubbing alcohol.
Running Belt Maintenance
Belt and Deck — Wipe the belt surface and the deck area with a clean dry towel to minimize
the effect of friction between the deck and the running belt. This should be done often to prevent
premature wear of the deck, running belt, and the drive motor system. See the Service Schedule at
the end of this chapter.
The running belt may become loose and slip on the drive roller with each foot plant. If it does, follow
the Tension and Center the Belt procedure below. See the Service Schedule in this chapter for a
minimum schedule for checking the belt tension.
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Tension and Center the Belt — If the belt is slipping under each step perform this procedure:
Tools Required
• 3/4”
Socket wrench
Tension the belt.
1. Use a 3/4” socket wrench to turn each bolt 1/2 turn clockwise. Be sure to adjust each bolt
equally on each side.
2. Press the Quick Start key.
3. Press the Speed + to bring the speed up to 3.5-4 mph (5.6-6.4 kph). Allow the treadmill to run
for a minute.
4. Observe the belt to be sure it stays centered. If it is not centered follow the Center the Belt
procedure.
5. Walk on the belt to see if it still slips. If it does restart this procedure at step 1. If you have to
do this procedure three times and it still slips call Cybex Customer Service. Follow the next
step to be sure the belt is centered.
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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Center the belt.
The lateral position of the running belt is correctly centered when the Cybex logo is centered between
the inside edges of the two belt tracking slots. If the Cybex logo is not centered between the belt
tracking slots, center the running belt with the following procedure.
1. With the treadmill running at 5 mph (8 kph) observe the Cybex logo position relative to the belt
tracking slots.
Cybex Logo
Running Belt
Belt Tracking Slots
While centering the belt choose one bolt to adjust. Do not adjust both bolts.
2. Use a 3/4” socket wrench to tighten the rear roller bolt on the side of the treadmill toward
which the running belt is moving. For example: If the running belt moves to the right of the
belt tracking slots, tighten the bolt on the right side of the frame, tighten about 1/2 of a turn
(clockwise) and wait 30 seconds. If the running belt does not move back to the center of the
belt tracking slots, make another adjustment to the same bolt. Once the running belt has been
adjusted closer to the center of the belt tracking slots, use about 1/4 of a turn until the running
belt has been stabilized.
3. After the running belt has been centered, check the belt tension again. Make sure the running
belt tension is tight enough so that the running belt does not slip or hesitate when stepped on.
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 running belt is slipping. If slipping is felt, confirm it is the running
belt slipping and not the drive belt. With the hood cover removed, observe movement at the
drive belt and front roller.
4. If the drive belt is slipping, replace drive belt. Contact Cybex Customer Service.
5. If the running belt does slip, use a wrench to equally tighten both rear roller adjustment bolts
1/2 of a turn (clockwise). Adjust the running belt until no further slipping is felt.
Checking the Running 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. The
running belt should be replaced every 15,000 miles (24,140 km). The running deck should be flipped
every 15,000 miles (24,140 km) and replaced every 30,000 miles (48,280 km). A service prompt will
appear at this interval and the parts will need to be replaced.
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Inspect the edges of the belt as described below.
Tools Required
• Phillips
screwdriver
Disconnect the external power source.
1. Turn the main power switch under the front end of the unit to the off (O) position.
2. Unplug the treadmill from the power outlet.
Check the running belt condition.
1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the two screws securing the right end cap.
Right End
Cap
Screws (2)
2. Repeat step 1 for the left end cap.
3. Look at the top surface, seam and edges of the running belt while you roll it by hand. If the belt
has any rips or looks excessively worn the belt needs to be replaced.
If the running belt and deck need replacement refer to a qualified service technician.
4. Using a Phillips screwdriver, install the screws securing the end caps removed in steps 1
and 2.
Other Preventive Maintenance
Other preventive maintenance activities must be completed by a qualified service technician at the
recommended intervals listed in the Service Schedule at the end of this chapter. These activities
include:
• Flipping or replacing the running
• Replacing the running belt
deck
Elevation Motor Lubrication — In time the elevation motor pivot points or tube nut may develop a
squeak. Lubricate the upper and lower bolts and the spacers with a small amount of lithium grease.
You can buy lithium grease at an auto parts store.
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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 buildup 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.
Service Schedule
All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel. Failure to do so could result in
serious injury.
This is the minimum recommended service.
Access and navigate the Statistics menu with the following procedure:
Determine distance.
1. While in Dormant Mode, Press any key to access the Opening Screen.
2. Press and the hold the SCAN/HOLD
and DOWN
signifies the first screen of the Statistics menu.
keys for 3 seconds. A beep
3. Menu navigation is done two ways:
Up/Down - The UP
menu.
Enter - The ENTER
and DOWN
keys allow you to scroll up and down in the statistics
key will advance you to the next item in the statistics menu.
The Statistics menu includes: Miles/Km, Hours, Starts, Service odometer and Error log.
4. The first menu item is Miles/Km.
5. Record Distance.
6. Navigate to menu item Hours.
7. Record Hours.
8. Exit Statistics menu by pressing the STOP key.
First 500 miles (800 km).
• Check
running belt tension and tracking.
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Every 5,000 miles (8,000 km).
• Check
running belt tension and tracking.
• Vacuum
• Move
the fan and heat sink area of the motor controller.
treadmill and vacuum underneath.
• Raise
elevation to 15%, carefully roll the treadmill backwards to clean underneath with a dry cloth
and vacuum. Return to normal position when done.
Every 15,000 miles (24,140 km).
• Replace
• Check
running belt and flip deck.
elevation assembly and replace worn parts.
• Lubricate
elevation pivot points.
Every 30,000 miles (48,280 km).
• Replace
running belt and deck.
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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.
Serial Numbers and Voltage
The base serial number can be found on the rear of your treadmill. The base voltage can be found
on the front of your treadmill. The console serial number can be found on the bottom of your console.
For your convenience, record your serial numbers and voltage below so that you will have it ready if
you call Cybex Customer Service.
Base Serial Number
Base Voltage
Console Serial Number
Base
Serial
Number
Console
Serial
Number
Base
Voltage
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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. Perform 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 Customer Service for the return of any item that is defective.
2. P
rovide 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 numbers of your treadmill. See Serial Numbers and Voltage.
4. A
t 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. F
orward the package through UPS to Cybex.
Attn: Repair Department
RMA # _______________
Cybex International, Inc.
10 Trotter Drive
Medway, MA 02053 USA
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.
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
Online www.cybexintl.com
Fax 508-533-5183
Email
parts@cybexintl.com
Phone 888-462-9239 (for customers living within the USA)
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.
All inspections and repairs must be
Cybex will void warranty if
non-Cybex replacement
parts
performed
by trained service
are used.
personnel only.
Cybex will void warranty if non-Cybex replacement parts are used.
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Appendix A - Technical Specifications
Specifications
Length:
Width:
Running Area:
Weight of Product:
Shipping Weight
Speed Range:
Incline Range:
Manual Mode:
Programs:
Standard Features: Optional Features: 82” (208.3 cm).
34” (86.4 cm).
22” x 60” (56 cm x 152 cm).
400 lbs. (181 kg).
440 lbs. (200 kg).
0.5 to 12.4 mph (0.8 to 20.0 kph) in 0.1 mph or 0.1 kph increments.
0 to 15% grade.
Yes.
Quick Start, Manual, and 9 standard programs with user orientated goal
(Time, Distance or Calories). Other programs included: Heart Rate Control.
Gerkin protocol and One mile fitness test.
Safety Sentry™, Contact Heart Rate, Polar® wireless heart rate (chest strap
not included), CSAFE, frame color choices include white texture, black
texture, metaltone gold, black chrome and platinum sparkle.
Unlimited custom colors available.
Power Requirement:
Grounded, single phase, dedicated line (discreet power and return for each
circuit) and one of the following:
• 100 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20A
• 115 VAC, 60 Hz, 20A
• 208 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 220 VAC, 60 Hz, 15A
• 230 VAC, 50 Hz, 13A, UK • 240 VAC, 50 Hz, 15A
Motor:
3.0 hp Continuous, 5.0 hp Peak, AC, Brushless.
Emergency Stop:
Pull the emergency stop key (e-stop).
Maximum User Weight: 400 lbs. (181 kg).
Options: Embedded A/V channel and volume controls and video mount bracket.
34”
(86.4 cm)
82” (208.3 cm)
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