China Fun Sports CF-7308 User`s manual

China Fun Sports CF-7308 User`s manual
USER’S MANUAL
CF 4620
Important Safety Information
Please keep this manual in a safe place for reference.
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It is important to read this entire manual before assembling and using the equipment.
Safe and efficient use can only be achieved if the equipment is assembled,
maintained and used properly. It is your responsibility to ensure that all users of the
equipment are informed of all warnings and precautions.
Before starting any exercise program you should consult your doctor to determine if
you have any physical or health conditions that could create a risk to your health and
safety, or prevent you from using the equipment properly. Your doctor's advice is
essential if you are taking medication that affects your heart rate, blood pressure or
cholesterol level.
Be aware of your body's signals. Incorrect or excessive exercise can damage your
health. Stop exercising if you experience any of the following symptoms: Pain,
tightness in your chest, irregular heartbeat, extreme shortness of breath, feeling light
headed, dizzy or nauseous. If you do experience any of these conditions you should
consult your doctor before continuing with your exercise program.
Keep children and pets away from the equipment. The equipment is designed for
adult use only.
Use the equipment on a solid, flat level surface with a protective cover for your floor
or carpet. For safety, the equipment should have at least 0.5 metre of free space all
around it.
Before using the equipment, check the nuts and bolts are securely tightened.
The safety level of the equipment can only be maintained if it is regularly examined
for damage and/or wear and tear.
Always use the equipment as indicated. If you find any defective components whilst
assembling or checking the equipment, or if you hear any unusual noise coming from
the equipment during use, stop. Do not use the equipment until the problem has been
rectified.
Wear suitable clothing whilst using the equipment. Avoid wearing loose clothing
which may get caught in the equipment or that may restrict or prevent movement.
The equipment has been tested and certified to EN957 under class H.C. Suitable for
domestic, home use only. Maximum weight of user, 100kg. Breaking is speed
independent.
The equipment is not suitable for therapeutic use.
Care must be taken when lifting or moving the equipment so as not to injure your back.
Always use proper lifting techniques and/or use assistance.
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Explore drawing
DM 4620
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Screw
#22(M8 20mm)
Bolt
#8 (M8 60mm)
Screw
#28(M5 20mm)
Domed Nut
#4(M8)
Allen Wrench
Tool
Bolt
#36(M5 48mm)
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Key Head Bolt
#3(M8 70mm)
Screw
#29(M5 10mm)
Washer
#5(M8)
PartsList
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Description
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Main frame
1
02
Rear stabilizer
1
03
Key head bolts (M8 x 70 mm)
2
04
Domed nuts
4
05
Washer (M8)
4
06
Foot cap
2
07
Front stabilizer
1
08
Bolt (M8 x 60 mm)
2
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Round plug
2
10
Oval bushing
1
11
Spring adjusting knob
2
12
Vertical seat post
1
13
Adjusting knob
1
14
Washer
1
15
Horizontal seat post
1
16
Oval bushing
1
17
Lower sensor wire
1
18
Handlebar post
1
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Up sensor wire
2
20
Handlebar
1
21
Round plug
2
22
Screw
2
23
Handlebar holder
1
24
Computer holder
1
25
Computer
1
26
Crank arm
1
27
Pedal (L & R)
1 pair
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Screw for fixing cover (M5)
6
29
Screw for fixing cover (M5)
2
30
Side cover (L + R)
1 pair
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Front cover (L + R)
1 pair
4
32
Flywheel
1
33
Magnetic plate
1
34
Tension knob (section 1-8)
1
35
Saddle
1
36
Bolt
1
37
Front post
1
Knob
38
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Assemble Instruction
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Attach the Rear stabilizer (2) to the
main frame (1) using two sets of
dumed nuts (4), round washer (5) and
key head bolts M8 (3)
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Attach the front stabilizer (7) to the
main frame (1) using 2sets of domed
nuts (4), round washer (5) and Bolts
M8 (8)
(Bolts inset from undernearth.)
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NOTICE!
This line for maximum
position.
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Slide the seat post (12) into the seat
post stem. You will have to slacken
the knurled section of the spring knob
and pull the knob back, then allock a
suitable hole for height. Release the
knob and retighten the knurled
portion.
Fix the tension knob (34) with 1 set of
round washer (5) & bolt (36).
4. Slide the horizontal seat post (15)
into position using the spring knob. Tap
the Vertical Seat Post(12) into the end
of the fabrication. Fix the horizontal
seat post (15) with adjusting knob (13)
and washer (14).
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Attach the saddle (35) to horizontal
seat post (15) , fix the saddle very
tightly with bolts and screw!!!
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NOTICE!
This line for maximum
position.
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Now join the lower sensor wire (17) to
the mating sensor wire which protruaes
from the bottom of the post
Mount the handlebar post(18) to the
front post(37) via the handlebar clamp
at the top of the post.
Slacken the spring knob by the knurled
section by hand. and pull he knob back
whilst locating the post in a convenient
hole when positioning the post in the
main frame.
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Attach the handlebar (20) and
computer holder (24) to the handlebar
holder (23) with screw (22) and knob
(36). Fix it very tightly!!!
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Slide the computer (25) into compter
holder, fix it with 2pcs screws (on
back of computer), connect the wires,
please note wire for pulse should
insert hole for pulse.
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The pedals (27) are marked “L” and
“R”-let and right.
Connect them to their appropriate
crank arms .The right crank arm is on
the right hand side of the cycle as you
sit on it.
Note that the Right pedal should be
threaded on clockwise and the left
pedal anti-clockwise
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EXERCISE INSTRUCTIONS
Using your exercise cycle will provide you with several benefits ,it will improve your
physical fitness, tone muscle and in conjunction with a calorie controlled diet help you lose
weight.
1. The Warm Up Phase
this stage helps get the blood flowing around the body and the muscles working
properly, it will also reduce the risk of cramp and muscle injury. It is advisable to do a few
stretching exercises as shown below. Each stretch should be held for approximately 30
seconds, do not force or jerk your muscles into a stretch –if it hurts, STOP.
INNER THIGH
FORWAR
D BENDS
CALF/ACHILLES
SIDE BENDS
OUTER THIGH
2. The Exercise Phase
This is the stage where you put the effort in. After regular use, the muscles in your legs
will become more flexible. Work to your own pace but it is very important to maintain a
steady tempo through out. The rate or work should be sufficient to raise your heart
beat into the target zone shown on the graph below.
This stage should last for a minimum of 12 minutes though most people start at about
15-20 minutes.
HEART RATE
MAXIMUM
COOL DOWN
AGE
This stage should last for a minimum of 12 minutes though most people start at about
15--20 minutes.
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3. The Cool Down Phase
This stage is to let your Cardio-vascular System and muscles winD down. The stretching
exercises should now be repeated ,again remembering not to force or jerk your muscles
into the stretch.
As you get fitter you may need to train longer and harder. It is advisable to train at least
three times a week, and if possible space your workouts evenly throughout the week.
MUSCLE TONING
To tone muscle while on your exercise cycle you will need to have the resistance set quite
high. This will put more strain on your leg muscles and may mean you cannot train for as
long as you would like ,If you are also trying to improve your fitness your need to alter your
training program. You should train as normal during the warm up and cool down phases,
but towards the end of the exercise phases, but towards the end of the exercise phase
you should increase resistance, making you legs work harder than normal. You will have
to reduce your speed to keep your heart rate in the target zone.
WEIGHT LOSS
The important factor here is the amount or effort you put in .The harder and longer you
work the more calories you will burn. Effectively this is the same as if you were training to
improve your fitness, the difference is the goal.
USE
The seat height can be adjusted by removing the adjustment knob and raising or lowering
the seat. there are 5 holes in the seat post allowing for a range of heights. Once the
correct height has been chosen, refit the adjustment knob and tighten. The tension control
knob allows you to alter the resistance of the pedals. A high resistance makes it more
difficult to pedal; a low resistance makes it easier for the best result set the tension while
the bike is in use.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
1. Change the battery. To change the computer battery ,please slide the computer from
the computer holder ,remove the battery cover on the back of the computer console,
and remove the batteries. Replace with 2Xaa batteries. Finally put the cover back on
the console, and slide the computer back on the computer holder.
2. Computer not working correctly. If your computer is not working correctly, please
check whether the lower sensor wire is connected to the upper sensor wire, and make
sure the upper sensor wire is plugged into the computer, When you have checked the
above, and the computer still not working, then please make sure the batteries are
installed correctly in the computer and the batteries are still working.
3. No resistance. If there is no tension resistance on the bike, please make sure the
upper tension cable is connected to the lower tension cable. Turn the tension knob
abti-clockwise to it’s lowest level. then go to the tension starp buckle which is situated
on top of the flywheel cover at the base of the front post. Loosen the tension strap. pull it
through the buckle until you can feel some resistance on the strap then lock it back
around the buckle. now mount the cycle and turn the pedals, the tension control knob
can now be used for a finer adjustment ,if you find it is now too tight to back to the
tension strap buckle and loosen the strap slightly.
MAINTENANCE
1. Before using the bike, always make sure all bolts/nuts are fully tightened
2. A spent battery is hazardous waste, please dispose of it correctly, and do not throw it
in the trash.
3. When eventually you want to scrap the machine, you should remove the batteries
from the computer, and dispose separately as hazardous waste.
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EXERCISE MONITOR INSTRUCION MANUAL
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KEY GUIDE
MODE: 1.select function to be preset to enter setting mode in the following order.
Gender-Height-Weight-Age-Time-Distance-Calorie-Pulse
2. Hole two seconds to reset all of the values to zero
3. Hold over 5 seconds, display and function will return to preset your
personal data for body fat measuring
MEASURE: press this button going in to measure your body fat detecting .before
operating this function you have to enter your personal data in monitor.
UP:
1. Increase the setting value you want when monitor enter setting mode.
2. Select function and display on the main screen when monitor enter
setting mode.
DOWN: 1. Decrease the setting value you want when monitor enter scan mode .
2. Select function and display on the main screen when monitor enter scan
mode.
FUNCTIONS AND OPERATIONS
AUTO ON/OFF
! " ! ! SCAN
Press the mode key until the function data, which is going to be preset, is flashing
choose the value you want to exercise by pressing up or down key.
when speed sensor has any signal input, the monitor will begin to count down. it will beep
10 seconds to indicate the completion of workout which is preset, preset, press any
key to stop beeping.
if data is not preset, the function data will count up
The time of exercise will be displayed on the main screen by pressing up or down key.
Current speed will be shown on the main screen by pressing up or down key.
The distance of each workout will be display on the main screen by up or down key.
The calories burned will be displayed on main screen by pressing up or down key.
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