Weslo Vector 502 User`s manual

Weslo Vector 502 User`s manual
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ICON Health & Fitness, Ltd.
Customer Service Department
Unit 4
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Beeston
Leeds, LS118JG
UK
Model No. WLEVEX24920
Serial No.
USER'S MANUAL
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To help us assist you, please be prepared to give the following information:
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CAUTION
Read all precautions and instructions in this manual before using
this equipment. Keep this manual
for future reference.
Part No. 191370 R1002A
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
HOW TO USE THE CHEST PULSE SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
HOW TO OPERATE THE EXERCISE CYCLE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
CONDITIONING GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
PART LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
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PART LIST—Model No. WLEVEX24920
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Description
No.
Qty.
Frame
Front Stabiliser
“C” Magnet Bracket
Stabiliser Endcap
Seat Post
Rear Stabiliser
Handlebar Endcap
Foam Grip
Adjustment Knob
M8 Nylon Locknut
M8 x 38mm Bolt
Seat
Upright
Left Front Shield
Handlebar
Console
Left Side Shield
Right Side Shield
Right Front Shield
M8 x 5mm Spacer
Crank/Pulley
Reed Switch Clamp
Wheel
Left Pedal
Pedal Strap
Right Pedal
Ground Screw
3/8” Jam Nut
U-bracket
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R1002A
Description
3/8” x 114mm Carriage Bolt
Eyebolt
3/8” Axle Nut
3/8” Nylon Locknut
M6 Nylon Locknut
M10 Flat Washer
Seat Knob
Flywheel
Magnet
Flywheel Axle
Flywheel Bearing
“C” Magnet
Handlebar Clamp
Reed Switch/Wire
Crank Bearing Set
Lower Cable
M4 x 12mm Screw
Return Spring
Belt
M5 x 12mm Screw
Seat Bracket
M8 Flat Washer
M4 x 25mm Screw
Adjustment Handle
M4 x 19mm Screw
M6 x 15mm Screw
Frame Collar
User’s Manual
Assembly Wrench
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the following important precautions before using the exercise cycle.
1. Read all instructions in this manual before
using the exercise cycle. Use the exercise
cycle only as described in this manual.
athletic shoes for foot protection.
7. The exercise cycle should not be used by
persons weighing more than 115 kg (250 lbs.).
2. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure
that all users of the exercise cycle are adequately informed of all precautions.
8. Always keep your back straight whilst using
the exercise cycle; do not arch your back.
3. Use the exercise cycle indoors on a level surface. Keep the exercise cycle away from
moisture and dust. Place a mat under the
exercise cycle to protect the floor.
9. If you feel pain or dizziness whilst exercising,
stop immediately and cool down.
10 The pulse sensor is not a medical device.
Various factors, including the user's movement, may affect the accuracy of heart rate
readings. The pulse sensor is intended only
as an exercise aid in determining heart rate
trends in general.
4. Inspect and properly tighten all parts regularly. Replace any worn parts immediately.
5. Keep children under the age of 12 and pets
away from the exercise cycle at all times.
11. The exercise cycle is intended for home use
only. Do not use the exercise cycle in
a commercial, rental, or institutional setting.
6. Wear appropriate clothing when exercising;
do not wear loose clothing that could become
caught on the exercise cycle. Always wear
WARNING:
Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your physician. This
is especially important for persons over the age of 35 or persons with pre-existing health problems.
Read all instructions before using. ICON assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property
damage sustained by or through the use of this product.
Note: “#” indicates a non-illustrated part. Specifications are subject to change without notice. See the back cover
of this manual for information about ordering replacement parts.
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SUGGESTED STRETCHES
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Congratulations for selecting the new WESLO®
VECTOR 502 exercise cycle. Cycling is one of the
most effective exercises for increasing cardiovascular
fitness, building endurance, and toning the body. The
VECTOR 502 exercise cycle offers a selection of features designed to let you enjoy this healthful exercise
in the convenience and privacy of your home.
after reading this manual, please call our Customer
Service Department at 08457 089 009. To help us
assist you, please note the product model number and
serial number before calling. The model number is
WLEVEX24920. The serial number can be found on a
decal attached to the exercise cycle (see the front
cover of this manual for the location of the decal).
For your benefit, read this manual carefully before
you use the exercise cycle. If you have questions
Before reading further, please familiarise yourself with
the parts that are labelled in the drawing below.
Handlebar
Water Bottle Holder*
Console
Resistance Knob
Adjustment Handle
FRONT
Seat
Seat Knob
Adjustment Knob
The correct form for several basic stretches is shown at the right.
Move slowly as you stretch—never bounce.
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1. Toe Touch Stretch
Stand with your knees bent slightly and slowly bend forward from
your hips. Allow your back and shoulders to relax as you reach
down toward your toes as far as possible. Hold for 15 counts,
then relax. Repeat 3 times. Stretches: Hamstrings, back of knees
and back.
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2. Hamstring Stretch
Sit with one leg extended. Bring the sole of the opposite foot
toward you and rest it against the inner thigh of your extended
leg. Reach toward your toes as far as possible. Hold for 15
counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times for each leg. Stretches:
Hamstrings, lower back and groin.
3. Calf/Achilles Stretch
With one leg in front of the other, reach forward and place your
hands against a wall. Keep your back leg straight and your back
foot flat on the floor. Bend your front leg, lean forward and move
your hips toward the wall. Hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat
3 times for each leg. To cause further stretching of the achilles
tendons, bend your back leg as well. Stretches: Calves, achilles
tendons and ankles.
With one hand against a wall for balance, reach back and grasp
one foot with your other hand. Bring your heel as close to your
buttocks as possible. Hold for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat 3
times for each leg. Stretches: Quadriceps and hip muscles.
5. Inner Thigh Stretch
REAR
Sit with the soles of your feet together and your knees outward.
Pull your feet toward your groin area as far as possible. Hold for
15 counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times. Stretches: Quadriceps and
hip muscles.
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Pedal/Strap
RIGHT SIDE
*No water bottle is included
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4. Quadriceps Stretch
Adjustment Knob
Wheel
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CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
The following guidelines will help you to plan your
exercise program. Remember that proper nutrition
and adequate rest are essential for successful results.
ASSEMBLY
During the first few minutes of exercise, your body
uses easily accessible carbohydrate calories for energy. Only after the first few minutes of exercise does
your body begin to use stored fat calories for energy.
If your goal is to burn fat, adjust the intensity of your
exercise until your heart rate is near the lowest number in your training zone as you exercise. For maximum fat burning, adjust the intensity of your exercise
until your heart rate is near the middle number in your
training zone as you exercise.
WARNING:
• Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your physician. This is especially important for persons over the age of
35 or persons with pre-existing health
problems.
Assembly requires two persons. Place all parts of the exercise cycle in a cleared area and remove the packing
materials. Do not dispose of the packing materials until assembly is completed.
Assembly requires the included tools and your own adjustable spanner
driver
, and pliers
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, Phillips screw-
Use the part drawings below to identify the small parts used in assembly. The number in parenthesis below
each drawing refers to the key number of the part, from the PART LIST on page 18. The second number refers
to the quantity needed for assembly. Note: Some small parts may have been pre-attached for shipping. If a
part is not in the parts bag, check to see if it has been pre-attached.
Aerobic Exercise
• The pulse sensor is not a medical device.
Various factors may affect the accuracy of
heart rate readings. The pulse sensor is
intended only as an exercise aid in determining heart rate trends in general.
If your goal is to strengthen your cardiovascular system, your exercise must be “aerobic.” Aerobic exercise is activity that requires large amounts of oxygen
for prolonged periods of time. This increases the
demand on the heart to pump blood to the muscles,
and on the lungs to oxygenate the blood. For aerobic
exercise, adjust the intensity of your exercise until
your heart rate is near the highest number in your
training zone.
EXERCISE INTENSITY
Whether your goal is to burn fat or to strengthen your
cardiovascular system, the key to achieving the
desired results is to exercise with the proper intensity.
The proper intensity level can be found by using your
heart rate as a guide. The chart below shows recommended heart rates for fat burning, maximum fat
burning, and cardiovascular (aerobic) exercise.
Ground
Screw (27)–1
M8 Nylon
Locknut (10)–3
M8 Flat
Washer (51)–3
3/8” Nylon
Locknut (33)–4
WORKOUT GUIDELINES
Each workout should include the following three parts:
A warm-up, consisting of 5 to 10 minutes of stretching
and light exercise. A proper warm-up increases your
body temperature, heart rate, and circulation in preparation for exercise.
Training zone exercise, consisting of 20 to 30 minutes of exercising with your heart rate in your training
zone. Note: During the first few weeks of your exercise program, do not keep your heart rate in your
training zone for longer than 20 minutes.
A cool-down, with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching. This
will increase the flexibility of your muscles and will
help to prevent post-exercise problems.
To find the proper heart rate for you, first find your age
at the bottom line of the chart (ages are rounded off to
the nearest ten years). Next, find the three numbers
above your age. The three numbers are your “training
zone.” The lowest number is the recommended heart
rate for fat burning; the middle number is the recommended heart rate for maximum fat burning; the highest number is the recommended heart rate for aerobic
exercise.
3/8” x 114mm Carriage Bolt (30)–4
M5 x 12mm
Screw (49)–4
1. Orient the Front Stabiliser (2) so that the Wheels (23)
are on the side shown. Whilst another person lifts the
front of the Frame (1) slightly, attach the Front
Stabiliser with two 3/8” x 114mm Carriage Bolts (30)
and two 3/8” Nylon Locknuts (33). Make sure that the
Front Stabiliser is turned so the Wheels are not
touching the floor.
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EXERCISE FREQUENCY
To maintain or improve your condition, plan three workouts each week, with at least one day of rest between
workouts. After a few months of regular exercise, you
may complete up to five workouts each week, if
desired. Remember, the key to success is make exercise a regular and enjoyable part of your everyday life.
2. Whilst another person lifts the rear of the Frame (1)
slightly, attach the Rear Stabiliser (6) with two 3/8” x
114mm Carriage Bolts (30) and two 3/8” Nylon
Locknuts (33).
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Fat Burning
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To burn fat effectively, you must exercise at a relatively low intensity level for a sustained period of time.
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3. Slide the two slots in the Handlebar Clamp (42) onto the
two indicated tabs on the Upright (13). Lift the bottom of
the Handlebar Clamp away from the Upright. Insert the
Handlebar (15) between the Handlebar Clamp and the
Upright. Centre the Handlebar and rotate it to the desired
position.
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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING
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Tabs
Tighten the Adjustment Handle (53) onto the Upright
(13). Note: The adjustment handle works like a spanner.
Turn the Handle counterclockwise, pull it away from the
Upright, turn it clockwise, push it toward the upright,
and then turn it counterclockwise again.
Inspect and tighten all parts of the exercise cycle regularly. Replace any worn parts immediately.
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To clean the exercise cycle, use a damp cloth and a
small amount of mild detergent. Important: To avoid
damage to the console, keep liquids away from
the console and keep the console out of direct
sunlight.
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
4. The Console (16) requires three “AA” batteries; alkaline batteries are recommended. Insert three batteries
into the Console. Make sure that the batteries are
oriented as shown by the diagram inside the
Console.
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Batteries
5. Hold the Console (16) near the Upright (13). Insert the
console cable and the console wire into the indicated
hole and down through the Upright. Attach the ground
wire to the Upright with the Ground Screw (27).
Next, locate the Reed Switch (43). Turn the Crank
(21) until the Magnet (38) is aligned with the Reed
Switch. Loosen, but do not remove, the M4 x 12mm
Screw (46). Slide the Reed Switch slightly closer to or
away from the Magnet. Retighten the Screw. Turn the
Crank for a moment. Repeat until the console displays correct feedback. When the Reed Switch is correctly adjusted, reattach the left side shield and the
left pedal.
Insert the excess wire and cable into the Upright.
Attach the Console (16) to the Upright (13) with four
M5 x 12mm Screws (49). Be careful to avoid pinching the wires.
If the console does not display correct feedback, the
reed switch should be adjusted. In order to adjust the
reed switch, the left side shield must be removed.
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PULSE SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTING
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Refer to pages 9 and 10.
Ground
Wire
27
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49
Console
Wire
Console
Cable
Hole
54
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52
13
Be careful to
avoid pinching
the wires.
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43
38
If the console display becomes dim, the batteries
should be replaced; most console problems are the
result of low batteries. To replace the batteries, refer
to step 5 on page 6 and remove the console from the
handlebar. Next, refer to step 4 on page 6 and insert
three batteries into the console. Reattach the console
to the handlebar, being careful not to pinch the wires.
HOW TO ADJUST THE REED SWITCH
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Turn the Crank (21) to the position shown. Using an
adjustable spanner, turn the Left Pedal (24) clockwise
and remove it. Next, remove the five M4 x 25mm
Screws (52) and the M4 x 19mm Screw (54) from the
Left Side Shield (17). Carefully remove the Left Side
Shield.
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HOW TO USE A PACE PROGRAM
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your actual pedalling pace.) As the target pace
indicator changes in height during the program,
adjust your pedalling pace so that both indicators
are at the same height. If your pedalling pace is
slower than the current target pace setting, an
arrow will appear next to the pace indicators to
prompt you to increase your pace; if your pace is
faster than the target pace, an arrow will prompt
you to decrease your pace.
Put on the chest pulse sensor if desired.
For the console to display your heart rate, you
must wear the chest pulse sensor (see page 9).
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Turn on the console.
To turn on the console, press the On/Reset button
or begin pedalling.
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Important: The target pace settings for the
program are intended only to provide a goal.
Your actual pace may be slower than the target pace settings, especially during the first
few months of your exercise program. Make
sure to exercise at a pace that is comfortable
for you.
Select one of the four pace programs.
Each time
the console
is turned on,
the manual
RPM
mode will be
Kms
Km/H
selected. To
select a
pace program, press
the Program
button repeatedly until the number 1, 2, 3, or 4
appears in the upper right corner of the display.
During the program, adjust the resistance of the
exercise cycle as desired by turning the resistance knob.
The display will show the time remaining in the
program. If you continue exercising after the program is completed, the display will continue to
show your exercise feedback.
The four small profiles on the right side of the
console show how the target pace setting will
change during the programs. For example, profile
number 1 shows that during program 1, the target
pace setting will increase near the beginning of
the program, and then decrease near the end.
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6. Whilst another person holds the Upright (13) in the
position shown, connect the console wire to the Reed
Switch Wire (43). Next, connect the console cable to
the Lower Cable (45) in the following way:
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• Refer to inset drawing A. Pull up on the metal bracket (MB) on the Lower Cable (45), and insert the tip of
the console cable (CC) into the wire clip inside of the
metal bracket.
Be careful
to avoid
pinching the
wires.
• Refer to inset drawing B. Firmly pull the console
cable (CC) and slide it into the metal bracket on the
Lower Cable (45) as shown.
• Refer to inset drawing C. Using pliers, squeeze the
prongs on the upper end of the metal bracket
together.
Console Cable
45
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A
B
MB
MB
C
See step 5 on page 12.
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To turn off the console, stop pedalling.
Orient the Seat (12) and the Seat Post (5) as shown.
Insert the pin on the bottom of the Seat Bracket (50)
into the indicated slot on the Seat Post. Tighten the
Seat Knob (36) into the Seat Bracket.
Target Pace Indicator
MB
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7. Attach the Seat (12) to the Seat Bracket (50) with three
M8 Nylon Locknuts (10) and three M8 Flat Washers
(51). Note: The Nylon Locknuts and Flat Washers may
be preattached to the underside of the Seat.
To start the program, begin pedalling. Each program consists of either twenty or thirty, oneminute periods. One target pace setting is programmed for each period. (The same target pace
setting may be programmed for consecutive periods.)
CC
CC
Start the program.
The target
pace settings for the
program will
be shown by
the target
pace indicator in the display. (The
pace indicator will show
Hole
9
See step 6 on page 13.
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Console Wire
43
Carefully push the excess wire and cable down into the
Frame (1), and insert the Upright (13) into the Frame.
Be careful to avoid pinching the wires and cables.
Next, align one of the adjustment holes in the Upright
with the indicated hole in the Frame. Insert the
Adjustment Knob (9) into the Frame and the Upright,
and turn the Knob clockwise until it is tight. Make sure
that the Knob is inserted through one of the
adjustment holes in the Upright.
Follow your progress with the display.
Adjustment
Holes
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12
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51
51
10
10
Pin
Slot
RPM
Km/H
Kms
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Pace Indicator
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8. Turn the indicated Adjustment Knob (9) counterclockwise and remove it. Insert the Seat Post (5) into the
Frame (1). Align one of the adjustment holes in the
Seat Post with the indicated hole in the Frame. Insert
the Adjustment Knob into the Frame and the Seat Post,
and turn the Knob clockwise until it is tight. Make sure
that the Knob is inserted through one of the
adjustment holes in the Seat Post.
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5
Adjustment
Holes
1
Hole
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9. Identify the Left Pedal (24), which is marked with an
“L.” Using an adjustable spanner, firmly tighten the
Left Pedal counterclockwise into the left arm of the
Crank (21). Tighten the Right Pedal (not shown) clockwise into the right arm of the Crank. Important:
Tighten both Pedals as firmly as possible. After
using the exercise cycle for one week, retighten the
Pedals. For best performance, the Pedals must be
kept tightened.
Adjust the left Pedal Strap (25) to the desired position,
and press the end of the Pedal Strap onto the tab on
the Left Pedal (24). Adjust the right Pedal Strap (not
shown) in the same way.
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25
The Centre
part of the
display will
RPM
Kms
Km/H
show both
your pedalling speed
and the distance that
you have pedalled. Note: The display can show
speed and distance in either miles or kilometres. To change the unit of measurement, hold
down the On/Reset button for about six seconds. (When the batteries are replaced, it may
be necessary to reselect the desired unit of
measurement.)
burned, as shown by the mode bars. Note: To
view only calories burned, press the Mode button.
To view only fat calories burned, press the Mode
button again. To view both calories burned and fat
calories burned, press the Mode button a third
time.
In addition,
RPM
the pace indiKms
Km/H
cator on the
right side of
the display
Pace Indicator
will provide a
visual representation of
your pedalling pace. As you increase or decrease
your pace, the indicator will increase or decrease
in height.
The lower
RPM
part of the
Kms
Km/H
display will
show your
heart rate (if
Mode Bar
you are
wearing the
chest pulse
sensor) and the numbers of calories and fat calories you have burned (see FAT BURNING on
page 16). Every few seconds, the display will
alternate between calories burned and fat calories
To reset the display, press the On/Reset button.
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If the pedals are not moved and the console buttons are not pressed for a few minutes, the console will automatically turn off to conserve
the batteries.
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Tab
10. Make sure that all parts are properly tightened before you use the exercise cycle. Note: After assembly is
completed, some extra parts may be left over. Place a mat beneath the exercise cycle to protect the floor.
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To turn off the console, stop pedalling.
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FEATURES OF THE CONSOLE
HOW TO USE THE MANUAL MODE
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Put on the chest pulse sensor if desired.
For the console to display your heart rate, you
must wear the chest pulse sensor (see page 9).
2
RPM
Km/H
HOW TO USE THE CHEST PULSE SENSOR
Turn on the console.
HOW TO PUT ON THE CHEST PULSE SENSOR
CHEST PULSE SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTING
The chest pulse sensor consists of two components:
the chest strap and the sensor unit. Follow the steps
below to put on the chest pulse sensor.
If the chest pulse sensor does not function properly, or if the displayed heart rate is excessively high
or low, try the troubleshooting steps below.
To turn on the console, press the On/Reset button
or begin pedalling.
Kms
3
4
Note: If there is a sheet of clear plastic
on the console, remove the plastic.
The easy-to-use console is designed to help you get
the most from your workouts. As you exercise, the
console will display the following modes:
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Time—This mode displays the elapsed time (or
the time remaining in a pace program). Note: If
you stop pedalling, the time will begin to flash.
Chest Strap
Select the manual mode.
Each time the
This corner
console is
should
be blank
turned on, the
manual mode
will be selected. If a pace
RPM
Kms
Km/H
program has
been selected, select the
manual mode by pressing the Program button
repeatedly until the upper right corner of the display is blank.
2
Begin pedalling and adjust the resistance of
the exercise cycle.
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Distance—This mode displays the distance that
you have pedalled.
Sensor Unit
1
2
Follow your progress with the display.
During your
workout, the
upper part of
the display
will show the
RPM
Kms
Km/H
elapsed time.
Note: When a
pace program
is selected, the upper part of the display will show
the time remaining in the program.
Heart rate—This mode displays your heart rate
when you wear the chest pulse sensor.
Calories—This mode displays the approximate
number of calories you have burned.
Fat calories—This mode displays the approximate
number of fat calories you have burned (see FAT
BURNING on page 16).
The console also offers four pace programs. Each
program automatically prompts you to increase or
decrease your pace as it guides you through an effective workout.
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• Each time you use the chest pulse sensor, use
saline solution such as saliva or contact lens solution to wet the two electrode areas on the sensor
unit (see the drawing below). If heart rate readings
do not appear until you begin perspiring, re-wet the
electrode areas.
Tab
As you pedal, adjust the resistance of the exercise
cycle as desired by turning the resistance knob.
Speed—This mode displays your pedalling speed.
• Make sure that you are wearing the chest pulse sensor as described at the left. If the chest pulse sensor
does not function when positioned as described,
move it slightly lower or higher on your chest.
3
Buckle Sensor
Unit
• Make sure that you are within arm’s length of the
console. For the console to display heart rate
readings, the user must be within arm’s length of
the console.
See the inset drawing above. Insert the tab on
one end of the chest strap through one end of the
sensor unit. Press the end of the sensor unit
under the buckle on the chest strap.
• The chest pulse sensor is designed to work with
people who have normal heart rhythms. Heart rate
reading problems may be caused by medical conditions such as premature ventricular contractions
(pvcs), tachycardia bursts, and arrhythmia.
Wrap the
chest pulse
sensor
around
Logo
your chest.
Attach the
free end of
the chest
strap to the
sensor unit as described above. Adjust the length
of the chest strap, if necessary. The chest pulse
sensor should be under your clothes, against
your skin, and as high under the pectoral muscles or breasts as is comfortable. Make sure that
the logo is right-side-up and facing forward.
• The operation of the chest pulse sensor can be
affected by magnetic interference caused by high
power lines or other sources. If it is suspected that
magnetic interference may be causing a problem,
try relocating your exercise equipment.
• If the chest pulse sensor still does not function properly, test the chest pulse sensor in the following way:
Hold the chest
pulse sensor
Electrode Areas
and place your
thumbs over
the electrode
areas as
shown. Next,
hold the chest
pulse sensor near the console. Whilst holding one
thumb stationary, begin tapping the other thumb
against the electrode area at a rate of about one tap
per second. Check the heart rate reading on the
console.
Pull the
sensor unit
Electrode Areas
away from
your body
a few inches and
locate the
two electrode areas on the inner side. Using a saline
solution such as saliva or contact lens solution,
wet both electrode areas. Return the sensor unit
to a position against your chest.
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• If the chest pulse sensor does not function properly
after you have followed all of the above instructions,
the battery should be replaced in the following way:
CHEST PULSE SENSOR CARE
• Thoroughly dry the chest pulse sensor after each
use. The chest pulse sensor is activated when the
electrode areas are wetted and the chest pulse sensor is put on; the chest pulse sensor shuts off when
it is removed and the electrode areas are dried. If
the chest pulse sensor is not dried after each use, it
may remain activated longer than necessary, draining the battery prematurely.
Locate the battery
cover on the back of
the sensor unit.
Insert a coin into the
slot in the cover,
turn the cover counterclockwise, and
remove the cover.
Remove the old
battery and insert a
new CR 2032 battery. Make sure
that the battery is
turned so the writing is on top.
Replace the battery
cover and turn it
clockwise to close
it.
• Store the chest pulse sensor in a warm, dry place.
Do not store the chest pulse sensor in a plastic bag
or other container that may trap moisture.
• Do not expose the chest pulse sensor to direct
sunlight for extended periods of time. Do not expose
the chest pulse sensor to temperatures above 50° C
(122° F) or below -10° C (14° F).
CR 2032
Battery
• Do not excessively bend or stretch the sensor unit
when using or storing the chest pulse sensor.
• Clean the sensor unit using a damp cloth—never
use alcohol, abrasives, or chemicals. The chest
strap may be hand washed and air dried.
HOW TO OPERATE THE EXERCISE CYCLE
HOW TO ADJUST THE SEAT POST
HOW TO ADJUST THE pedalling RESISTANCE
For effective exercise, the seat
should be at the
Seat
proper height. As
you pedal, there
should be a slight
Seat Post
bend in your knees
Hole
when the pedals
Knob
are in the lowest
position. To adjust
the height of the
seat, first turn the indicated knob counterclockwise and
remove it. Next, slide the seat post up or down and
align one of the adjustment holes in the seat post with
the indicated hole in the Frame. Insert the knob into the
frame and the seat post, and turn the knob clockwise
until it is tight. Make sure that the knob is inserted
through one of the adjustment holes in the seat
post.
To increase the
resistance of the
pedals, turn the
resistance knob
clockwise; to
decrease the resistResistance
ance, turn the knob
Knob
counterclockwise.
Important: Stop
turning the knob
when turning becomes difficult, or damage may
result.
HOW TO ADJUST THE SEAT
To adjust the seat,
first turn the indicated knob counterclockwise to loosen
it. Slide the seat to
the desired position, and then turn
the knob clockwise
until it is tight.
Seat
Knob
HOW TO ADJUST THE UPRIGHT
To adjust the
upright, first turn
the indicated knob
Upright
counterclockwise
and remove it.
Next, slide the
Knob
upright up or down
Hole
and align one of the
adjustment holes in
the upright with the
indicated hole in
the frame. Insert
the knob into the
frame and the upright, and turn the knob clockwise until
it is tight. Make sure that the knob is inserted
through one of the adjustment holes in the
upright.
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HOW TO ADJUST THE HANDLEBAR
To adjust the handlebar, first turn the
Handlebar
indicated handle
counterclockwise to
loosen it. Note: The
adjustment handle
is operated like a
spanner. Turn the
handle counterclockwise, pull it
away from the handlebar, turn it clockHandle
wise, push it toward
the handlebar, and
then turn it counterclockwise again. Repeat until the handlebar is loose.
Move the handlebar up or down to the desired position
and then retighten the handle.
HOW TO ADJUST THE PEDAL STRAPS
To adjust the pedal straps, see step 9 on page 8.
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