Cybex CX-445T/455T Treadmill
Owner’s Manual
Cardiovascular Systems
Part Number LT-19800-4 Rev F
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Cybex CX-445T/455T Treadmill
Owner’s Manual
Cardiovascular Systems
Part Number LT-19800-4 Rev F
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About This Manual
An Owner’s Manual is shipped with each unit. To purchase additional copies of this manual or
any other Cybex manual, please do one of the following:
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order online at www.cybexinternational.com
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NOTE: Refer to www.cybexinternational.com for changes and updates to this manual.
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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 in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception (which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on) the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio TV technician for help.
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November 15, 2007
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
This Declaration of Conformity is suitable to the European Standard EN 45014, “General criteria for
supplier’s declaration of conformity.”
We,
Manufacturer: Cybex International, Inc.
EU Representative: Cybex Int. UK Ltd
10 Trotter Drive
Medway, MA 02053
USA
(508) 533-4300
Oak Tree House
Atherstone Road
Measham
Swadlincote, Derbyshire DE12 7EL
United Kingdom
+44 (0)845 6060 228
declare under our sole responsibility that the product(s):
Cybex 445T Treadmill
Cybex 455T Treadmill
to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the EEC directives listed herein below
(including any and all relevant modifications):
2006/95/EC
Low Voltage Directive
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic Compatibility
2002/95/EC
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive
Art Hicks
Chief Operating Officer
Cybex International, Inc.
10 Trotter Drive
Medway, MA 02053
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As a result of test reports and their evaluation by accredited laboratories, we are in possession of the
following certificates for products which carry this marking:
Canada, USA
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.68-92/99
UL Std. No. 1647
FCC Part 15 Subpart B Class A
European Union
2006/95/EC, 89/336/EEC
References of harmonized standards on which this declaration of conformity is based:
EN 61000-6-1:2001 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Generic Immunity: Residential, Commercial
and Light Industrial
EN 61000-4-2:1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-2: Testing and measurement techniques
- Electrostatic discharge immunity test
EN 61000-4-3:1996 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-3: Testing and measurement techniques
- Radiated, radio frequency, and electromagnetic field immunity test
EN 61000-4-4:1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4: Testing and measurement techniques
- Section 4: Electrical fast transient/burst immunity test.
EN 61000-4-5:1995 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-5: Testing and measurement techniques
- Surge immunity test
EN 61000-4-6:1996 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-6: Testing and measurement techniques
- Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by radio-frequency fields
EN 61000-4-8:1993 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-8: Testing and measurement techniques
– Power frequency magnetic field immunity test
Worldwide Headquarters 10 Trotter Drive + Medway, MA 02053, USA + t 508.533.4300 + f 508.533.5500
1975 24th Avenue SW + Owatonna, MN 55060, USA + t 507.455.0217 + f 507.455.3446
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EN 61000-4-11:1994 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 4-11: Testing and measurement
techniques - Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations immunity tests
EN 61000-3-2:2000 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits - Limits for harmonic current
emissions (equipment input current <= 16A per phase)
EN 61000-3-3:1995 W/ corr. 1997 Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-3: Limits - Limitation of
voltage changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply systems, for equipment with
rated current <= 16 A per phase and not subject to conditional connection
EN 55022: 1998 (CISPR 22:1997), Class A Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference
Characteristics of Information Technology Equipment.
FCC Part 15, Subpart B - Class A Radiated and Conducted Emissions
EN 60335-1:2002 +A11:2004 +A1:2004 “Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances”
EN 957-1: Stationary training equipment – General safety requirements and test methods.
EN 957-6:2001 Stationary training equipment: Treadmills, additional specific safety requirements and test
methods
ASTM F2115 – Standard Specification for Treadmills
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 68-92 (Reaffirmed 1999) “Motor-Operated Appliances (Household and
Commercial)”
ANSI / UL-1647 3rd Edition, March 28, 1997 Rev. May 9, 2006 Motor Operated Massage and Exercise
Machines.
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Table of Contents
Front Pages
About this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FCC Compliance Information. . . . . . . . . .
Declaration of Conformity . . . . . . . . . . . .
Table of Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 Preventive Maintenance
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1 Safety
Important Voltage Information . . . . . . .
Grounding Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . .
Warning Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caution Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emergency Stop Key (e-stop) . . . . . . .
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-4
1-8
1-8
2 Technical Specifications
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
3 Operation
Terms and Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Quick Operation Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Detailed Operation Guide. . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Stopping the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Immobilization Method . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Emergency Dismount . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Emergency Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5
Safety Sentry™. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Control During Operation . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Data Readouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Displaying Heart Rate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Heart Rate Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Meaning of % Grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Use of Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Speed Interval 1 (P-1). . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Speed Interval 2 (P-2). . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Hill Interval (P-3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Pikes Peak (P-4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-16
Rolling Hills (P-5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Hills (P-6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20
Weight Loss (P-7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-22
Cardio (P-8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-24
Warnings/Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Regular Maintenance Activities . . . . . .
Cleaning Your Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . .
Running Belt Maintenance . . . . . . . . . .
Other Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . .
Service Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-1
4-1
4-1
4-3
4-5
4-6
5 Setup and Assembly
Warnings/Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Choosing and Preparing a Site . . . . . . 5-1
Electrical Power Requirements . . . . . . 5-2
Assembling the Treadmill . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Extension Handrails - Optional . . . . . 5-10
Testing the Treadmill Operation . . . . . 5-12
Setting Operation Options . . . . . . . . . 5-13
6 Customer Service
Contacting Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial Number and Voltage . . . . . . . . .
Return Material Authorization (RMA) . .
Damaged Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Schematic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6-1
6-1
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-7
6-8
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1 - Safety
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions and warnings before using the treadmill.
Important Voltage Information
Before plugging the power cord into an electrical outlet, verify that the voltage requirements
for your area match the voltage of the treadmill that you have received. The power
requirements for the Cybex 445T/455T treadmill include a grounded, dedicated circuit, rated
for one of the following: 115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps; 220 VAC, 60 Hz and 12 amps
or 230 VAC ±5%, 50 Hz and 12 amps. See the serial number decal for the exact voltage
requirements of your treadmill.
! WARNING: Do not attempt to use this unit with a voltage adapter. Do not attempt to
use this unit with an extension cord.
! 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 you are in doubt
as to whether the treadmill is properly grounded. Seek a qualified electrician to perform
any modifications to the cord or plug. Cybex is not responsible for injuries or damages
as a result of cord or plug modification.
This treadmill is for use on a nominal 115
VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps, 220 VAC; 60
Hz, 12 amps or 230 VAC ±5%, 50 Hz and
12 amps and a grounded, dedicated circuit.
Make sure that the treadmill is connected to
an outlet having the same configuration as
the plug. Do not use a ground plug adapter
to adapt the power cord to a non-grounded
outlet.
115 VAC
NEMA 5-20
Euro Plug
CEE 7/7
220 VAC
NEMA 6-15
UK
230 VAC
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Important Safety Instructions
(Save These Instructions)
! DANGER: To reduce the risk of electric shock, always unplug this treadmill from the
electrical outlet immediately after using it and before cleaning it.
! WARNING: Serious injury could occur if these precautions are not observed. To reduce
the risk of burns, fires, electric shock, or injury:
User Safety Precautions
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Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program.
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Stop exercising if you feel faint, dizzy, or experience pain at any time and consult your physician.
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Obtain instruction before using.
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Read and understand the Owner’s Manual and all warnings posted on the unit before using.
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Read and understand emergency stop procedures.
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DO NOT wear loose or dangling clothing while using.
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Keep all body parts, towels, and the like free and clear of moving parts.
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Place your feet on the two top steps when starting or stopping the treadmill.
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Use the treadmill handrails for support and to maintain balance.
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Keep children away from the treadmill. Teenagers and disabled persons must be supervised.
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DO NOT use the unit if you exceed 350 lbs. (158 kg). This is the rated maximum user weight.
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Report any malfunctions, damage or repairs to the facility.
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Replace any warning labels if damaged, worn or illegible.
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Stop and place the treadmill at 0 degrees incline (level) after each use.
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Disconnect power before servicing.
Facility Safety Precautions
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Instruct all users on how to clip the e-stop clip onto their clothing and carefully test it prior to using the
treadmill.
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Instruct all users to use caution when mounting and dismounting the treadmill.
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Use a dedicated line when operating the treadmill. NOTE: A dedicated line requires one circuit
breaker per unit.
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Connect the treadmill to a properly grounded outlet only.
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DO NOT operate electrically powered treadmills in damp or wet locations.
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Keep the running belt clean and dry at all times.
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DO NOT leave the treadmill unattended when plugged in and running. NOTE: Before leaving the
treadmill unattended, always wait until the treadmill comes to a complete stop and is level. Then, turn
all controls to the STOP or OFF position and remove the plug from the outlet. Remove the e-stop key
from the treadmill.
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Immobilize the treadmill (when not in use) by removing the e-stop key.
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Inspect the treadmill for worn or loose components before each use. Do not use until worn or
damaged parts are replaced.
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Maintain and replace worn parts regularly. Refer to “Preventive Maintenance” section of Owner’s
Manual.
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DO NOT operate the treadmill if: (1) the cord is damaged; (2) the treadmill is not working properly or
(3) if the treadmill has been dropped or damaged. Seek service from a qualified technician.
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DO NOT place the cord near heated surfaces or sharp edges.
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DO NOT use the treadmill outdoors.
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DO NOT operate the treadmill around or where aerosol (spray) or where oxygen products are being
used.
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Read and understand the Owner’s Manual completely before using the treadmill.
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Ensure all users wear proper footwear on or around all Cybex equipment.
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Set up and operate the treadmill on a solid, level surface. Do not operate in recessed areas or on
plush carpet.
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Provide the following clearances: 19.7 inches (0.5 m) at each side, 79 inches (2.0 m) at the back and
enough room for safe access and passage at the front of the treadmill. Be sure your treadmill is clear
of walls, equipment and other hard surfaces.
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DO NOT attempt repairs, electrical or mechanical. Seek qualified repair personnel when servicing. If
you live in the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239. If you live outside the USA,
contact Cybex Customer Service at 508-533-4300.
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Use Cybex factory parts when replacing parts on the treadmill.
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DO NOT modify the treadmill in any way.
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DO NOT use attachments unless recommended for the treadmill by Cybex.
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Ensure all User and Facility safety precautions are observed.
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• Carefully read and understand the following before using the 445T/455T treadmill:
• Warning Decals
• Caution Decals
To replace any worn or damaged decals do one of the following: Visit www.
cybexinternational.com to shop for parts online, fax your order to 508-533-5183 or contact
Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239. If you live outside of the USA, call
508-533-4300. For location or part number of labels, see the parts list and exploded-view
diagram. This information can be found in the Service chapter in this manual or on Cybex web
site at www.cybexinternational.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 445T/455T are shown below.
WARNING
SERIOUS INJURY COULD OCCUR IF
THESE PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT OBSERVED
1. Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program.
2. Stop exercising if you feel faint, dizzy, or experience pain and consult your physician.
3. Obtain instruction before using. Lisez les instructions avant l'utilisation.
4. Read and understand the Owner’s Manual and all warnings posted on the unit before using.
5. Read and understand emergency stop procedures.
6. DO NOT wear loose or dangling clothing while using the treadmill.
7. Keep all body parts, hair, towels, water bottles and the like free and clear of moving parts.
8. Place your feet on the two top steps when starting or stopping the treadmill.
9. Use the treadmill handrails for support and to maintain balance.
10. Keep children away from the treadmill. Teenagers and disabled persons must be supervised
while using. Tenez les enfants éloignés. Les adolescents et les handicapés doivent être surveilles.
11. DO NOT use the unit if you exceed 350 lbs. (158 kg). This is the rated maximum user weight.
12. Report any malfunctions, damage or repairs to the facility.
13. Replace any warning labels if damaged, worn or illegible.
14. Stop and place the treadmill at 0 degrees incline (level) after each use.
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All maintenance activities shall be
performed by qualified personnel. Failure
to do so could result in personal injury.
DE-19730
IR Comp Adjust
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Caution Decals
Caution decals indicate a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, may result in
minor or moderate injury. There are no caution decals used on this unit. However, there are
caution statements listed in Chapters 5 and 6 of this manual. See Chapters 5 and 6.
Emergency Stop Key (e-stop)
The e-stop key functions as the emergency stop. In an emergency situation, remove the
e-stop key and the treadmill will come to a stop. Before using the treadmill, clip the e-stop
key as described below.
1. Clip the e-stop key to your clothing. NOTE: Be sure the string is free of knots and has
enough slack for you to run comfortably with the e-stop key in place.
2. Without falling off the treadmill, carefully step backward until the e-stop falls off the
treadmill. NOTE: If the e-stop clip falls off your clothing then the test has failed. Reclip the
e-stop clip to your clothing and repeat this step.
3. Replace e-stop after successfully testing the e-stop key. See the illustration shown below.
4. The treadmill is now ready to be used.
5. After use, remove the e-stop key from the treadmill.
NOTE: The e-stop key shall be removed to help prevent unauthorized use. Refer to the
Stopping the Treadmill section in the Operation chapter for more information about
the e-stop key.
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2 - Technical Specifications
Specifications
Length:
72” (183 cm).
Width:
32” (82 cm).
Running Area:
20” x 60” (51 cm x 152 cm).
Weight of Product:
320 lbs. (145 kg).
Shipping Weight
350 lbs. (159 kg).
Speed Range:
0.5 to 11.0 mph (0.8 to 17.6 kph) in 0.1 mph or 0.1 kph increments.
Incline Range:
0 to 15% grade.
Manual Mode:
Yes.
Programs:
Quick Start plus Manual, HR Control, Speed Interval 1,
Speed Interval 2, Hill Interval, Pikes Peak, Rolling Hills, Hills,
Weight Loss and Cardio.
Standard Features:
Safety Sentry™, Contact Heart Rate, Polar® wireless heart rate (chest
strap not included), CSAFE, frame color choices include white texture,
black texture, silver vein, black chrome and platinum sparkle.
Optional Features:
Unlimited custom colors available.
Power Requirement: Grounded, dedicated circuit and one of the following:
• 115 VAC ±5, 60 Hz and 20 amps.
• 220 VAC, 60 Hz 12 amps.
• 230 VAC ±5, 50 Hz and 12 amps.
Motor:
3.0 hp, DC. continuous duty.
Emergency Stop:
Pull the emergency stop key (lanyard).
Maximum User Weight: 350 lbs. (158 kg).
Options:
Extension Handrails, Channel and volume controls on lower switch
membrane for embedded A/V and Video mount bracket.
32”
(82 cm)
72” (183 cm)
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3 - Operation
Read and understand all instructions and warnings prior to using the treadmill. See all of the
safety related information located in chapter 1.
Terms and Symbols Used
This section lists some of the common terms and symbols used in this chapter. Other terms
and symbols are listed in this chapter as appropriate.
Dormant Mode — This occurs when the treadmill is plugged in, turned to the on (I) position
and not in use. The control panel LEDs will flash when the treadmill is in Dormant Mode.
Program Setup Mode — This begins after pressing any program key. Upon entering a
program the LEDs flash, prompting the user to adjust the appropriate settings.
Active Mode — Active Mode is when the running belt is moving. The beginning of Active
Mode is marked by the three second countdown and running belt acceleration. Active Mode
continues until you reach the preset time limit, disengage the e-stop key or press the Pause/
Stop(Stop) key.
Quick Start — This begins by pressing the Quick Start key. Quick Start skips the Program
Setup Mode and begins immediately in Manual Mode.
Manual Mode — In this active mode you control all aspects of your workout; the running
speed, the incline and the workout duration. As a program choice, Manual will prompt for time
and user weight and after the 3-2-1 countdown will start the belt at the minimum speed. As
Quick Start the time will count up, allowing you to quickly get moving before entering your
weight by pressing the Weight key.
Workout Review — This begins after pressing the Pause/Stop(Stop) key once or at the end
of a program or when the treadmill detects that you are not there (see Safety Sentry™ in this
chapter). The workout statistics accumulated during the previous workout session will display
for preset pause time or until Pause/Stop(Stop) is pressed again.
Pause Mode — Press the Pause/Stop(Stop) key once to pause your workout. Pause Mode
can occur when the treadmill detects that you are not there and enters Workout Review (see
Safety Sentry™ in this chapter). While in Workout Review you can press the Quick Start key to
resume your workout. All statistics are remembered and added to.
Cool Down — This begins immediately after pressing the Cool Down key. 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. Repeated presses of the Cool Down key will
restart the clock at two minutes indefinitely.
— These keys adjust Level or Weight up or down.
— These keys adjust Incline higher or lower.
+ — — These keys adjust Speed up (+) or down (—).
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Quick Operation Guide
NOTE: Maximum user weight is 350 lbs. (159 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 any program key or press Quick Start to skip the settings and begin Manual
Mode immediately.
4. If you pressed a program key to select a program, you will now be prompted for
workout Time, Level and Weight as appropriate. Adjust these settings with the
arrows and press Enter to proceed.
5. The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” after which it accelerates the belt to
0.5 mph (0.8 kph) (for Manual Mode) or the speed of the program that you selected.
6. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking.
7. Press the Speed + — keys to change the belt speed at any time. The right display will
show the current speed.
8. Press the Incline
keys to change the incline at any time. The left display will
show the current incline on the first press of the key.
9. Press the Pause/Stop(Stop) key at any time to stop the running belt. Press again to
exit to Dormant Mode and return the incline to 0%.
Detailed Operation Guide
NOTE: Maximum user weight is 350 lbs. (158 kg).
1. Plug the treadmill power cord into a power outlet from a grounded, dedicated circuit,
rated for one of the following: 115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps; 220 VAC, 60 Hz, 12
amps or 230 VAC ±5%, 50 Hz and 12 amps.
2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch under the right side rails of the treadmill. Toggle it
to the on (I) position to supply power to the internal treadmill components and illuminate
the control panel.
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! 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.
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 Chapter 1 for
properly testing the e-stop key. Also, see Stopping the Treadmill in this chapter for further
information about the e-stop key. NOTE: Be sure the string is free of knots and has
enough slack for you to run comfortably with the e-stop key in place.
5. You now have the option to select a program or enter Manual Mode.
To select a program, press the Programs key and follow the prompts. Press the
Programs key multiple times to cycle through the eight programs, or use the center
keys. Press Enter to select.
Upon entering a program the LEDs flash, prompting you to adjust the appropriate settings.
This is referred to as Program Setup Mode. If the Quick Start key is pressed now, all
defaults for that program will be accepted. After 10 seconds, if no key has been pressed,
the first default will be accepted. After another 10 seconds the second default will be
accepted and so on until the last default. The program will not enter Active Mode until
you press the Enter or Quick Start key. If no key has been pressed for 60 seconds after
displaying the last default, then the treadmill will return to the Dormant Mode.
If you choose to enter Manual Mode instead of choosing a program, press the Quick
Start or the Manual key. NOTE: No prompts will occur when you press Quick Start.
While in Manual Mode, customize your workout Speed, Incline and enter your Weight by
pressing those keys.
NOTE: For the most accurate calorie count, you must set your correct weight before
beginning your workout (including clothing).
NOTE: When selecting a program you must press Enter after each adjustment of Time,
Level and Weight.
6. The treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1” and sounds a tone for each count. When
it reaches one (1) the treadmill gives a longer tone and then starts accelerating the belt.
In Manual Mode the belt will begin accelerating to 0.5 mph (0.8 kph) and the incline will
remain at zero percent. In a program the belt will begin accelerating and the incline will
change to the corresponding speed and incline of the program and level you selected.
7. Hold the handrails while you step onto the running belt and begin walking.
8. Observe the three display windows. The top center window will scan (every three
seconds) through Distance, Calories, Calories per hour, Mets, Pace and Heart Rate.
Press the Scan key to toggle this feature on or off. NOTE: Heart Rate is scanned only
when you are holding the contact heart rate grips or wearing a Polar® compatible chest
strap. The left window will display the time. NOTE: During your workout the time will show
in the format of minutes:seconds (after 99:59 the display will only show minutes). The right
window will display the current speed. See Figure 1A or 1B.
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manual
programs
HR
control
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VOLUME
Figure 1A (Standard)
1. Choose
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Stop
Incline
Speed
Channel
Quick
Start
Volume
Figure 1B (Total Access)
9. Press the Speed + — keys to change the belt speed at any time. The right display will
show the set speed.
10. Press the Incline
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.
11. Press the Pause/Stop(Stop) key at any time to stop your workout. Press Pause/
Stop(Stop) once to end your workout and begin your Workout Review. As you press
Pause/Stop(Stop) once, the treadmill belt will stop. Press Pause/Stop(Stop) a second
time to clear the Workout Review, return to Dormant Mode and return incline to 0%.
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12. If the e-stop key is removed during a workout, the drive motor power shuts off
immediately, causing the belt to stop. The right window changes to “OFF” and the left
window shows a flashing pattern of “o” and “o”. Replacement of the e-stop key causes
Workout Review to begin. Pressing Quick Start will resume your workout.
13. When you complete a program the treadmill begins a countdown, “3...2...1,” and sounds
a tone for each count. The belt slows to a stop and Workout Review displays in the center
window for the preset time or until you press the Pause/Stop key.
14. The treadmill returns to Dormant Mode and the incline returns to 0%
Stopping the Treadmill
Press Pause/Stop once to pause your workout for up to 20 seconds (or time set for idle) and
to enter the Workout Review. The belt will stop and workout data will remain in memory for
the duration of pause. Press the Quick Start key within 20 seconds to continue your workout
and add to the time you already accumulated. If the Quick Start key has not been pressed
during the duration of pause, workout data will be cleared and the display will change to
Dormant Mode.
Press Pause/Stop a second time to interrupt workout data from cycling and to change the
display to Dormant Mode.
The function of the immobilization method: The purpose
of immobilizing the treadmill is to prevent unauthorized
use. This can be accomplished by removing the e-stop key
from the console, unclipping it from the cord and putting it
in a non-accessible place. See Figure 2.
The emergency dismount: Follow the steps listed below
if you experience pain, feel faint or need to stop your
treadmill in an emergency situation:
Figure 2
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 console and
the treadmill will come to a stop. See Figure 3.
Figure 3
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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 several times and display “run?”
on the text area. If no response in 10 seconds, it will proceed to turn off the belt.
NOTE: 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.
Control During Operation
Control keys on the display are usable during operation and may be pressed at any time to
make adjustments in speed, elevation or data readouts.
Changing Speed — Press the Speed + — keys to change the speed in increments of 0.1
mph or 0.10 kph. Minimum to maximum speed is from 0.5 - 11.0 mph (0.8 - 17.6 kph).
Changing Incline — Press the Incline
keys to change the elevation in increments of
1%. Elevation ranges from 0 to 15%. Press either arrow key once to see the current incline
setting, press multiple times to change incline setting. NOTE: Elevation is defined as the ratio
of rise or fall over run of the treadmill deck.
Workout Time — You can workout up to the maximum time by pressing Quick Start.
Changing Data Readouts — Default setting is for scan to start automatically. Press Scan to
stop and display a set of data. Press Scan once again and it will continually review each set
of data. The display shows each set of data for 3 seconds before switching to the next set.
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. NOTE: 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.
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Calories Per Hour - Calculation of present workload’s energy exertion in
Calories per Hour.
Metabolic Equivalent — 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.
Pace — At your current speed, how long it would take to cover a mile (or
kilometer), displayed in minutes:seconds.
Heart Rate — Your current heart rate. Heart rate will appear when a signal
is introduced. Use the handgrips for Contact Heart Rate or wear a Polar®
compatible heart rate chest strap.
Data displayed during a program: The top center display will continually review each set
of data. Each set of data is displayed for 3 seconds before the next set is displayed. The
corresponding LED lights as the data is displayed.
To review accumulated data after a program: The display automatically cycles through
your accumulated workout data during the Workout Review for up to 20 seconds or the
preset idle time.
Displaying Heart Rate
In order for the Cybex 445T/455T to display your heart rate, hold the handgrips to use
Contact Heart Rate or wear a Polar® compatible heart rate chest strap.
Contact Heart Rate — Hold the handgrips on the console handrail until a heart rate is
displayed, typically less than thirty seconds. For best results, hold the handgrips lightly and
ensure that your hands contact both the front and back sensors of each grip. NOTE: Hold
your hands as steady as possible as movement can cause interference on the contacts.
Factors that can interfere with the heart rate signal include:
• excessive movement
• body composition
• hydration
• too loose grip
• too tight grip
• running
• excessive dirt, powder or oil
• leaning or resting on grips
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NOTE: Cybex does not recommend continuous holding onto the contact heart rate grips
during exercise.
Contaminants, such as hand lotions, oils or body powder, may come off on the contact heart
rate grips. These can reduce sensitivity and interfere with the heart rate signal. It is
recommended that the user have clean hands when using the contact heart rate.
Heart Rate Zone
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.
This decal shows heart rate based on
percentage and age.
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
Figure 4
.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
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NOTE: A label is located on the console to remind you what the heart rate zone is while you
are working out. See Figure 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%
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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).
Use of Programs
! WARNING: Obtain a medical exam before beginning any exercise program. Begin
comfortably with a lower level and progress with higher levels as you
become acclimated.
With the 445T/455T, you may choose from eight different programs as well as Manual and
HR Control. The program choices are summarized as follows:
Quick Start
You control speed, elevation. Adjust time and weight.
Manual Mode
Enter time and weight. You control speed, elevation.
Speed Interval 1 (P1)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Speed Interval 2 (P2)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Hill Interval (P3)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Pikes Peak (P4)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Rolling Hills (P5)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Hills (P6)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Weight Loss (P7)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
Cardio (P8)
10 Levels Select time, level and weight.
HR Control
Select time, target heart rate and weight.
manual
programs
HR
control
Manual
Program Overview
Manual Mode is available both through Quick Start and through the Manual program where
you are prompted to enter Time and Weight. NOTE: There is no diagram because incline and
speed are user-controlled.
Manual Mode allows you to choose settings as you workout. You may choose your settings
according to how you feel or your endurance level. Since you remain in control, Manual Mode
may be the best choice for beginners or for those who have not worked out in a long time.
NOTE: Manual Mode is not a pre-programmed workout.
Press the Quick Start key to workout in Manual Mode. You can also begin Manual Mode by
pressing the Manual program key. To increase or decrease the speed while in Manual Mode
use the Speed + — keys. To increase or decrease the incline while in Manual Mode use
the
arrows.
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Speed Interval 1 (P-1)
Program Overview
This program is designed to introduce an individual to incorporating running into their training.
The program uses exclusively 0% incline with a repeating 1:2 work to rest ratio. Each work
segment lasts 30 seconds and each rest segment lasts 60 seconds. The speeds during the
rest segments are at a walking pace while the speeds in the work segments are approximately
double the rest speed. Figure 5.
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Speed Interval 1
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Figure 5
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Speed Interval 2 (P-2)
Program Overview
This program is designed for those wishing to introduce speed into their training. The program
uses exclusively 0% incline with a repeating 1:3 work to rest ratio. Each work segment lasts
15 seconds and each rest segment lasts 45 seconds. The speeds during the rest segments
are at a walking pace while the speeds in the work segments are approximately triple the rest
speed. See table below and Figure 6.
Base Speed / Base Elevation
mph
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Figure 6
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Hill Interval (P-3)
Program Overview
This program is designed to introduce some variability into the program while maintaining a
constant walking pace. The Hill Interval program varies the incline between two levels every
60 seconds. This provides for moderate variation that that elicits an improved result over
steady state walking up an incline. See table below and Figure 7.
Base Speed / Base Elevation
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Pikes Peak (P-4)
Program Overview
Pikes Peak uses a nine-minute core where the incline increases every minute for the first five
minutes. As the incline increases, speed is slightly reduced in the same fashion as it would if
one where hiking up an ever steeper hill. After the fifth minute of the core program, the incline
is reduced each minute and the speed increases. All speeds in this program are at a walking
pace. See table below and Figure 8.
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Rolling Hills (P5)
Program Overview
The Rolling Hills program uses a four-minute core. In the core program each minute
represents a segment. Segments two and four are the “rest” intervals and use the same
speed. The first and third segments also use higher speeds than the rest intervals with the
first segment having the least incline and the third having the greatest. This provides for the
following relative work pattern: work – rest – work harder - rest - and then repeat. See table
below and Figure 9.
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Hills (P-6)
Program Overview
The Hills program is a constant speed walking program that introduces incline that varies
each minute to for a series of relative peaks and valleys. See table below and Figure 10.
Base Speed / Base Elevation
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Weight Loss (P-7)
Program Overview
This program was designed to help individuals of all fitness levels achieve their weight loss
goals through a protocol that incorporates both low and moderate intensity activity. Because
walking has become a popular mode of exercise for those looking to lose weight, all levels of
this program are performed at walking speeds.
The core of the program is made up of five one-minute segments. The first segment
represents the baseline of the program and may also be considered to be a “rest” segment
later. In minutes two and three, elevation will be increased. In minute four, the program returns
to the first segment baseline or rest level. In the fifth minute, the speed will increase. The total
number of segments used is dictated by the time selected by the user.
Higher levels of the Weight Loss program incorporate jogging speeds in short segments. This
allows the advanced walker to alternate walking and jogging.
• At levels 1-6 walkers maintain walking speeds only.
• At levels 7-10, experienced walkers can jog intermittently.
By mixing the use of speed and elevation separately, the user receives the benefits of added
intensity intervals but the variety does not allow for either speed or elevation to dominate and
therefore overtax the user. See table below and Figure 11.
Level
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Cardio (P-8)
Program Overview
This program was designed for the exercise participant who wants to improve the overall
efficiency of their cardio-respiratory system. Unlike some of the other treadmill programs that
incorporate low and moderate intensity segments, the Cardio program contains overall higher
intensity levels with more moderate recovery segments.
The speed range of the program includes walking speeds at the lower levels up through a
moderate jog in the higher levels.
Elevation is used to emphasize the high intensity portion of this program while decreased
elevation and a small increase in speed mark the recovery segment. High intensity and
recovery segments are always in a one-to-one time based ratio and make up the core eight
minutes of the program. See table below and Figure 12.
Base Speed / Peak Elevation
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4 - Preventive Maintenance
Warnings/Cautions
All warnings and cautions listed in this chapter are as follows:
! WARNING: All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury.
! WARNING: To prevent electrical shock, be sure that power is shut off and the treadmill
is unplugged from the electrical outlet before performing any cleaning or
maintenance procedures.
! WARNING: Keep wet items away from inside parts of the treadmill. Electrical shock
could occur even if the treadmill is unplugged. Do not touch components
on the lower board. A charge can remain after unplugging the power cord
and turning off the treadmill.
Regular Maintenance Activities
! WARNING: All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel.
Failure to do so could result in serious injury.
Preventive maintenance activities must be performed to maintain normal operation of your
treadmill. Keeping a log sheet of all maintenance actions will assist you in staying current with
all preventive maintenance activities. See Service Schedule located at the end of this chapter.
NOTE: Worn or damaged components shall be replaced immediately or the treadmill removed
from service until the repair is made.
NOTE: Cybex is not responsible for performing regular inspection and maintenance actions
for your treadmill. Instruct all personnel in equipment inspection and maintenance
actions and also in accident reporting/recording. Contact Cybex Customer Service at
888-462-9239 or 508-533-4300 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.
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NOTE: Do not spray cleaning solution directly on the treadmill. Direct spraying could cause
damage to the electronics and may void the warranty.
! WARNING: To prevent electrical shock, be sure that power is shut off and the treadmill
is unplugged from the electrical outlet before performing any cleaning or
maintenance procedures.
After Each Use — Wipe up any liquid spills immediately. After each workout, use a cloth to
wipe up any remaining perspiration from the handrails and painted surfaces.
Be careful not to spill or get excessive moisture between the edge of the display panel and
the console, as this might create an electrical hazard or cause failure of the electronics.
As Needed — Vacuum any dust or dirt that might accumulate under or around the treadmill.
Motors are especially susceptible to dust and dirt, and restricted airflow can prevent adequate
cooling that could shorten motor life. Cleaning this area should be done as often as indicated
in the Service Schedule.
! WARNING: Keep wet items away from inside parts of the treadmill. Electrical shock
could occur even if the treadmill is unplugged. Do not touch components
on the lower board. A charge can remain after unplugging the power cord.
To clean the motor components, you must raise the elevation to 15% elevation. Unplug the
treadmill and carefully lift the rear of the treadmill. Lift the treadmill until it rests on the top
of the console. Use a vacuum attachment or hand vacuum to clean the exposed elevation
assembly, drive motor, lower electronics and the surrounding areas. Wipe clean the underside
of the treadmill to prevent dirt and dust build-up.
Also use a dry cloth for the areas that you can’t reach with the vacuum cleaner. If the machine
has not been used for some time or is excessively dirty, use a dry cloth to wipe all exposed
areas.
Carefully lower 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. The grips are the only part of the treadmill you should use a cleaning solution containing
rubbing alcohol.
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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 Tensioning and Centering the Belt procedure below. See the Service Schedule in
this chapter for a minimum schedule for checking the belt tension.
Tension and Center the Belt — If the belt is slipping under each step perform this
procedure:
Tools Required
• 3/4” Socket wrench
1. Tension the belt.
A. Use a 3/4” socket wrench to turn each bolt 1/2 turn clockwise. See Figure 1.
NOTE: Be sure to adjust each bolt equally on each side.
Figure 1
B. Press the Quick Start key.
C. 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.
D. Observe the belt to be sure it stays centered. If it is not centered follow step 2.
E. Walk on the belt to see if it still slips. If it does restart this procedure at step 1 A. 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.
NOTE: Be careful not to over tighten the belt. Over tightening the belt can cause the belt to
stretch and require replacement.
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2. Center the belt.
NOTE: While centering the belt choose one bolt to adjust. Do not adjust both bolts.
A. With the treadmill running at 5 mph (8 kph) observe the running belt. If the belt tracks
off center to the right or left the deck will become exposed. Use a 3/4” socket wrench
to tighten the rear roller bolt on the side of the treadmill toward which the belt is
moving. For example: If the belt moves to the right and the deck becomes exposed
on the left, tighten the bolt on the right side of the frame, tighten about 1/2 of a turn
(clockwise) and wait 30 seconds. If the belt does not move back to the center of the
treadmill, make another adjustment to the same bolt. Once the running belt has been
adjusted closer to the center of the treadmill use about 1/4 of a turn until the belt has
been stabilized.
B. After the belt has been centered, check the belt tension again. Make sure the running belt
tension is tight enough so that the belt does not slip or hesitate when stepped on. Walk
on the treadmill at 3.5-4 mph (5.6-6.4 kph) and every 4th to 5th step throw your weight
into your step to feel if the belt is slipping. If the belt does slip, use a wrench to equally
tighten both rear roller adjustment bolts 1/2 of a turn (clockwise). Adjust the belt until no
further slipping is felt.
Checking the Belt and Deck Surfaces — The running belt and deck should be checked
periodically for any excessive wear. In an effort to make sure that the running belt operates
properly, visually inspect the belt often to make sure that there are no tears or fraying in the
belt material. The running belt, deck, deck bushings and motor brushes should be replaced
every 12,000 miles (19,300 km). A service prompt will appear at this interval and the parts will
need to be replaced.
Inspect the edges of the belt as described below.
Tools Required
• None
1. Disconnect the external power source.
A. Turn the main power switch on the right side to the off (O) position.
B. Unplug the treadmill from the power outlet.
2. Check the belt and deck condition.
A. Look at the edges of the belt while you roll it by hand. If the belt has any rips or looks
excessively worn the belt needs to be replaced.
B. Run your hand under the belt on the top of the deck surface. If you feel excessive
ridges or cracks, or if any wood is exposed under the black surface, the deck should
be replaced. In time, a worn belt and deck can cause high current draw and ultimately,
motor failure.
NOTE: If the running belt and deck need replacement refer to a qualified service technician.
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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:
• Measure the motor brushes and replace worn motor brushes
• Replace the running deck and bushings
• Replace the running belt
Elevation Motor Lubrication — In time the elevation motor pivot points may develop a
squeak. Lubricate the upper and lower bolts and the spacers with a small amount of lithium
grease. NOTE: You can buy lithium grease at an auto parts store.
Static Electricity — Depending upon where you live, you may experience dry air, causing a
common experience of static electricity. This may be especially true in the winter time. You
may notice a static build-up just by walking across a carpet and then touching a metal object.
The same can hold true while working out on your treadmill. You may experience a shock due
to the build-up of static electricity on your body and the discharge path of the treadmill. If you
experience this type of situation, you may want to increase the humidity to a comfortable level
through the use of a humidifier.
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Service Schedule
All maintenance activities shall be performed by qualified personnel. Failure to do so could
result in serious injury.
NOTE: This is the minimum recommended service.
1. Determine mileage.
A. While in Dormant Mode enter Test Mode by pressing and holding the Heart Rate and
Level keys simultaneously for five seconds.
B. Press the Dist key. DIST appears on the display. Record Mileage. NOTE: Once the
unit exceeds 999 miles or kilometers the odometer will use both screens. Example:
12,805 miles or km would be displayed as 12 805 .
NOTE: To exit Test Mode, press the Pause/Stop key .
First 500 miles (800 km).
• Check running belt tension and tracking.
Every 5,000 miles (8,000 km).
• Check running belt tension and tracking.
• Move treadmill and vacuum underneath.
• Raise elevation to 15%, Carefully tip treadmill up on the console to clean underneath
with a dry cloth and vacuum. Return to normal position when done.
Every 12,000 miles (19,300 km).
• Replace running belt and flip deck.
• Replace deck bumpers.
• Replace drive motor brushes.
• Check elevation assembly and replace worn parts.
• Lubricate elevation pivot points.
NOTE: Every 12,000 miles (19,300 km) the unit will show “SVC” on the display. The unit will
then emit a short beep every 2 minutes. This will continue until the service is performed
and the service odometer is reset.
Every 24,000 miles (38,600 km).
• Replace running belt and deck.
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2. Resetting the service odometer.
A. While in Dormant Mode enter Test Mode by pressing and holding the Heart Rate and
Level keys simultaneously for five seconds.
B. Press the Cool Down key to display “SVC” and miles or kilometers on service
odometer.
C. Press the
or
key to display “RST”.
D. Press the Enter key to reset the service odometer to zero.
NOTE: Service may be performed before the 12,000 miles (19,300 km) service prompt
appears. Perform the service on the unit and follow the above procedure to reset the
service odometer to zero.
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5 - Setup and Assembly
Warnings/Cautions
All warnings and cautions listed in this chapter are as follows:
! WARNING: Use extreme caution when assembling the treadmill. Failure to do so could
result in injury.
! 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 you must select a suitable site and have the proper
electrical outlet power available for optimum operation and safety. See the Electrical Power
Requirements section (located on the next page) for direction in locating your treadmill’s
voltage requirements.
The area you select for the treadmill should be well lit and well ventilated. Locate the treadmill
on a structurally sound and level surface (do not place in recessed areas or on plush carpet) a
few feet away from walls and other equipment. Each side of the treadmill should have a 19.7”
(0.5 m) minimum space. Behind the treadmill should be 79” (2.0 m) minimum of space. Allow
enough clearance for safe access and passage during use of the machine. If the treadmill is
to be located above the first floor, place it near or above major support beams. If the area has
a heavy, plush carpet, the airflow around the base of the machine may be restricted or the
carpeting may interfere with the moving parts. To protect the carpeting and the machinery,
place a 3/4” (1.9 cm) thick wood base under the treadmill.
Do not install the treadmill in an area of high humidity, such as in the vicinity of a steam room,
sauna, indoor pool, or outdoors. Exposure to extensive water vapor, chlorine, and/or bromine
could adversely affect the electronics as well as other parts of the machine.
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Electrical Power Requirements
The power requirements for this treadmill are a grounded, dedicated circuit, rated for one
of the following: 115 VAC ±5%, 60 Hz and 20 amps; 220 VAC, 60 Hz, 12 amps or 230 VAC
±5%, 50 Hz and 12 amps. Contact your electrician to ensure the power supply complies with
local building codes.
Do not use a ground plug adapter to adapt the 3-prong power cord plug to a non-grounded
electrical outlet. Do not use an extension cord.
Assembling the Treadmill
! WARNING: Use extreme caution when assembling the treadmill. Failure to do so could
result in injury.
! CAUTION: A minimum of two people are required to assemble this treadmill.
Tools Required
• 9/16” Socket wrench with a 4” extension
• Phillips screwdriver
NOTE: The words “left” and “right” denote the treadmill user’s orientation.
1. Read and understand all instructions thoroughly before assembling the treadmill.
NOTE: Each step number in the assembly instructions tells you what you will be doing. The
lettered steps following each step number describe the procedure required. Do not
continue with step 2 until you have carefully read all of the assembly instructions.
2. Verify you have received the correct package.
A. Read the sticker on the outside of the box and verify that the model number, color
and voltage are what you ordered. NOTE: During step 3 and 5 you will verify that the
contents of the box match the sticker.
3. Unpack and verify the contents of the boxes.
A. Lift up and remove the cardboard sleeve that surrounds the treadmill.
B. Check to be sure that the following items are present. Check off ( ) each item as you
find it. See Figure 1. If any of the parts are missing contact Cybex Customer Service.
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Item Qty
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
1
10
1
11
1
12
1
17
1
NA means Not
Part Number
Varies
Varies
NA
AX-19027
PL-19061
AX-19239
PL-18991
PL-18992
AX-19354
LT-19800-4
LT-19340
LT-19801
AX-19150
Applicable
#9
Description
Base assembly
Console assembly
Upright assembly
Console back
Cover, console back
Motor cover, center
Motor cover, right (in box)
Motor cover, left (in box)
Hardware pack (in box)
Owner’s manual (in box)
Assembly poster
Warranty sheet
Assembly, E-Stop Lanyard
#10
#11
#12
#5
#2
#4
#6
#3
#17
#7
#8
#1
Figure 1
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C. Check off (
Item Qty
13
14
14
9
15
6
16
4
) each item in the hardware pack as you find it. See Figure 2.
Part Number
HS-11977
HS-15706
HS-16929
HS-16939
Description
Screw, SEMS, 8-32 x .38”, PNHD PHIL
Screw, 8-16 x .50”, PNHD, STL, BLK
Bolt, Whiz Lock, 3/8-16 x .625”, HXHD
Screw, SEMS, 10-32 x .75”, PNHD, BLK
Hardware
#13
#14
#15
#16
#4
#5
#2
#14
#13
#13
#3
#17
#6
#15
#7
#16
#8
#1
#16
Figure 2
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! CAUTION: A minimum of two people are required to lift, move and assemble this
treadmill. Always use proper lifting methods when moving heavy items.
4. Lift and move the treadmill.
A. At least two people should lift and move the treadmill to a level location where you
intend to leave it. Use proper lifting methods.
5. Verify the model and voltage.
A. Verify that you have the correct model and voltage by looking at the serial number
label located at the rear of the unit..
6. Install the upright assembly.
A. Locate the upright assembly (#3) and six bolts, 3/8-16 x .625” (#15).
NOTE: Do not pinch or damage
display cable when installing
upright assembly.
B. Carefully place the upright
assembly (#3) on the base
assembly (#1) as shown. See
Figure 3.
#3
Display
Cable
C. Plug the display cable, located
at the bottom of the upright
assembly (#3) into the base
assembly (#1). See Figure 3.
D. Carefully lift the upright
assembly (#3) into the proper
location. See Figure 4.
E. Using a 9/16” socket wrench,
secure the upright assembly (#3)
to the base assembly (#1) with
six bolts, 3/8-16 x .625” (#15).
See Figure 4.
#1
Figure 3
#3
#15
#15
#15
#1
Figure 4
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7. Install the console back to the upright assembly.
A. Locate the console back (#4) and twelve screws, 8-32 x .38” (#13).
B. Place the console back (#4) in the correct position on the upright assembly (#3). See
Figure 5.
#4
#13
#13
#3
Figure 5
C. Using a Phillips screwdriver install two screws 8-32 x .38” (#13) to hold the console
back (#4) in place. Do not fully tighten at this time. See Figure 5.
D. Using a Phillips screwdriver secure the console back (#4) to the upright assembly (#3)
using ten screws 8-32 x .38” (#13). Fully tighten the two screws installed in step 7C.
See Figure 6.
#4
#3
Figure 6
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NOTE: If installing the A/V option, refer to the 445T/455T A/V bracket installation instructions
(supplied with the A/V bracket).
8.
Install the console assembly to the console back.
A. Locate the console assembly (#2), two screws, 8-32 x .38” (#13) and nine screws 8-16
x .50” (#14).
B. Place the console assembly (#2) in position on the console back (#4). See Figure 7.
#2
#4
Figure 7
C. Connect these cables into the display board: the display cable (2 connectors), the
contact heart rate cable and the ground wire. See Figure 8.
Display
Cable
(2 Connectors)
Ground
Wire
Contact
Heart Rate
Cable
Figure 8
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D. Check to see that all of the cables
are connected firmly in their proper
place. See Figure 8.
E. While being sure not to pinch any
cables, use a Phillips screwdriver
to secure the seven screws 8-16
x .50” (#14) that hold the console
assembly (#2) to the console back
(#4). See Figure 9.
Console
Assembly
Back
Cover
Screws
F. Using a Phillips screwdriver secure
the two screws (#13) securing
the console assembly (#2) to the
Figure 9
upright assembly (#3). See Figure 9.
G. Using a Phillips screwdriver
secure the two screws (#14)
securing the console back cover
(#5) to the console front (#4). See
Figure 10.
Console
Assembly
Console
Back
9. Attach the motor cover (three
pieces).
A. Using a Phillips screwdriver,
partially tighten each motor cover
side (left and right) with four
screws, 10-32 x .75” (#16). See
Figure 10.
B. Place the motor cover center (#6)
into position. See Figure 11.
Screws
Upright
Assembly
Machine Screw
Figure 10
C. Using a Phillips screwdriver, finish
tightening all four screws. Be sure the screws are securing the motor cover’s tabs.
#6
#16
#8
#7
#16
Figure 11
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NOTE: If installing the Extension Handrail option, refer to the 445T/455T Extension Handrail
installation instructions (supplied with the Extension Handrails).
10. Level your treadmill.
A. Confirm that your treadmill is on a level surface.
11. Attach emergency stop key.
A. Confirm that the emergency stop key is in place over the e-stop button. See Figure 12.
NOTE: The treadmill will not run without the key in place.
Emergency
Stop Button
Emergency
Stop Key
Figure 12
12. Visually inspect the treadmill.
A. Carefully examine the treadmill to ensure that the assembly is correct
and complete.
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Extension Handrails - Optional
Tools Required
• Razor blade or knife
• 1/4” Hex key (supplied)
• Mild dish soap and water solution
• Clean cloth
NOTE: “Right” and “left” are from user’s
orientation.
1. Please read instructions thoroughly
before beginning.
Included in Kit CK-19962
A. Handrail assembly left, AX-19735 (1)
B. Handrail assembly right, AX-19758 (1)
C. Bolt, HS-18127 (4)
D. Lock Washer, 1/4” Ext. Tooth, HW-00180 (4)
E. 1/4” Hex key, HX-17117 (2)
2. Verify the appropriate kit and
contents. See Figure 37.
NOTE: This instruction describes assembly
of both the extension handrails.
If you are installing only one of
the two handrails then follow the
instructions for only the side you are
replacing.
3. Remove the handgrip from the
treadmill.
A
B
A
B
C
C
D
E
CK-19960
Left Handrail
E
C
D
CK-19961
Right Handrail
D
E
CK-19962
Both Handrails
Figure 37
A. Using a razor blade, carefully
slit each handgrip that is on the
treadmill. See Figure 38.
B. Carefully pull back each grip until it
comes off the treadmill.
4. Install the handrail extensions.
A. Remove the handrail assemblies
from the wrapping and cardboard.
IMPORTANT: Carefully follow steps 4B
and 4C. Failure to do so
could result in ripping the
handrail.
Slit Each
Handgrip
Figure 38
B. Dampen a clean cloth in a mild
soapy water solution and spread it on each console handrail. Feel the handrail to be sure it is
slippery. See Figure 39.
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C. While the console handrail is
still wet and slippery, push each
handrail extension on the console
handrail. See Figure 39. NOTE:
Push until you hear metal touching
metal inside the grips and the grip
holes line up with the holes in the
handrail.
D. Using the 1/4” hex key (E), install
and tighten both bolts (C) and
washers (D) per handrail. See
Figure 40.
E Test unit for proper operation and to
ensure handrails are secure.
B
Slippery Console
Handrail
Push Handrail
Extension On
A
Figure 39
Washers
(D)
Bolts (C)
Washers (D)
Bolts (C)
Figure 40
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! WARNING: Be sure that all electrical requirements are met as indicated in the
specifications at the front of the manual and at the beginning of this
chapter prior to proceeding.
Testing the Treadmill Operation
Use the following instructions to test the full speed and incline range of the treadmill and to
check the belt for proper operation.
! CAUTION: During this procedure STAY OFF THE RUNNING BELT! Stand with your
feet on the two steps.
1. Without anyone on the treadmill, plug the power cord into a power outlet from a
grounded, dedicated circuit as described under Electrical Requirements in this chapter.
2. Locate the on/off (I/O) power switch under the right side rails of the treadmill. Toggle it to
the on position (I).
3. The control panel will light up and be in the Dormant Mode.
NOTE: Cybex recommends that the treadmill be unplugged or the on/off (I/O) power switch
turned off (O) when it is not in use.
4. Press the Quick Start key. The treadmill begins a countdown “3...2...1” and sounds a tone
for each count. After it reaches one (1), the treadmill gives a longer tone and then begins
accelerating the belt to reach 0.5 mph (0.8 kph).
5. The bottom left display will flash the time and the right display will show the actual speed.
6. Press and hold down the Speed + key until the treadmill reaches a speed of
approximately 4 mph (6.4 kph), as indicated on the display.
7. Observe the belt to see that it is running properly; it should stay centered in the middle
of the deck. If you have problems with the running belt operation, see Running Belt
Adjustments in the Preventive Maintenance chapter.
8. Run the treadmill through its full speed range. First press the Speed + key until the
treadmill reaches its highest speed, 11.0 mph (17.6 kph). Then press the Speed - key
until the treadmill is back to 0.5 mph (0.8 kph).
9. As you press the Incline
actual incline or speed.
or Speed + - keys, the respective displays will show the
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.
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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
is back to 0% grade. Ensure the power cord is not being pinched under the front of the
treadmill.
12. Press Stop twice to stop the running belt, end the workout review, and return the display
to Dormant Mode.
Setting Operation Options
1. While in Dormant Mode enter Test Mode by pressing and holding the Heart Rate and
Level keys simultaneously for five seconds.
NOTE: After changing any value, you must press Enter to save that value. When you press
enter the display will read “updt” (updated) to confirm your selection.
2. Press the Time key to set options, change values with
and
keys and press Enter
to save your selection. Each time you press Time the next set of data is displayed in the
following order:
Unit — Choices are “Eng” or “Euro” measurements. English is the default.
Line — This is the frequency of the power line that supplies power to your treadmill. The
default setting is 50 Hz for metric consoles and 60 Hz for English consoles. NOTE: If
you have an English console and a 50 Hz power line frequency, then you must change the
default setting from 60 Hz to 50 Hz for the proper elevation frequency.
Scan — This turns on or off the data readout scan (unless a specific data key is pressed
during a workout). Default is on.
Def — This is the default time for time based programs if a user doesn’t re-set Time.
For example, if you press Time you can decrease or increase the set workout time up to
the amount that the Max time is set. Choices are between 20 minutes and 60 minutes.
Default is 60.
Max — This is the maximum amount of time the treadmill can run per use. You can limit
the users time or choose “none” for unlimited time. Choices are between none and 120
minutes; default is 60. NOTE: If the Max time is limited too much it may be difficult for the
user to reach their goals. For example, a user may not be able to burn 300 calories if you
limit their Max time to 20 minutes.
Idle (or Workout Review/Pause Time): — This is how long the treadmill retains and
displays your current workout data during a pause in the workout or after a workout.
Choices include: 20 seconds; 30 seconds, 40 seconds; 1 minute and 5 minutes; default is
20 seconds.
SPD — This is the maximum speed the treadmill will run. Choices are between 1 and 11
MPH (1.6 to 17.6 kph).
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ELV — This is the maximum elevation the treadmill will incline. Choices are between 0
and 15 percent grade.
Safety Sentry (SAFE) — This is how long the running belt will keep moving if the user
steps off the treadmill. Choices are between 0 seconds (none) and 60 second. Default
is 20 seconds. Choosing “none” will disable this feature. NOTE: See Safety Sentry in
Chapter 3 for further detail.
Remember: You must press Enter after changing a value for that value to be stored.
3. To exit Test Mode press the Pause/Stop key once.
Your treadmill is now ready for use. Follow the instructions in the Operation chapter to learn how
to operate the treadmill. You should begin with walking speeds first, to be sure everything is
functioning properly.
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6 - Customer Service
Contacting Service
Hours of phone service are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
For Cybex customers living in the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 888-462-9239.
For Cybex customers living outside the USA, contact Cybex Customer Service at 508-533-4300 or fax
508-533-5183.
Order parts and find information on the web at www.cybexinternational.com or by e-mail at techhelp@
cybexintl.com.
Serial Number and Voltage
Your serial number and voltage can be found on the rear of your treadmill. See Figure 1. For
your convenience record your serial number and voltage below so that you will have it ready if
you call Cybex Customer Service.
Serial Number
Voltage
Serial
Number
Figure 1
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Return Material Authorization (RMA)
The Return Material Authorization (RMA) system outlines the procedures to follow when
returning material for replacement, repair, or credit. The system assures that returned
materials are properly handled and analyzed. Follow the following procedures carefully.
Contact your authorized Cybex dealer on all warranty-related matters. Your local Cybex dealer
will request an RMA from Cybex, if applicable. Under no circumstances will defective parts
or equipment be accepted by Cybex without proper RMA and an Automated Return Service
(ARS) label.
1. Call the Customer Service Hotline listed above for the return of any item that is
defective.
2. Provide the technician with a detailed description of the problem you are having or the
defect in the item you wish to return.
3. Provide the model and serial number of your treadmill. The serial number is located on
the front panel of your treadmill. The serial number begins with a letter, for example:
R09-101331100.
4. At Cybex’s discretion, the technician may request that you return the problem part(s)
to Cybex for evaluation and repair or replacement. The technician will assign you an
RMA number and will send you an ARS label. The ARS label and RMA number must be
clearly displayed on the outside of the package that contains the item(s) to be returned.
Include a description of the problem, the serial number of the treadmill and the name
and address of the owner in the package along with the part(s).
5. Forward the package through UPS to Cybex.
Attn: Customer Service Department
Cybex International, Inc.,
10 Trotter Drive
Medway, MA 02053
NOTE: Merchandise returned without an RMA number on the outside of the package or
shipments sent C.O.D. will not be accepted by the Cybex receiving department.
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.
Customer
Service
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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.
Ordering Parts
Visit www.cybexinternational.com to shop for parts online or fax your order to 508-533-5183.
To speak with a customer service representative, call 888-462-9239 (for customers living
within the USA) or 508-533-4300 (for customers outside the USA).
Customer
Service
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Cybex 445T/455T Treadmill Owner’s Manual
Parts List
ITEM QTY. PART NO.
NO.
1
1
AF-18899
2
1
AL-18945
3
1
AL-18946
6
1
AX-17578
7
1
AF-18394
8
1
AX-18729
9
1
AX-19150
10
1
AX-19239
11
1
BD-19642
11
1
BD-20508
12
1
BD-18917
15
2
DE-19360
15
2
DE-19353
17
1
DK-19641
17
1
DK-20498
18
1
EC-18573
19
1
EH-00986
20
1
EH-10291
21
1
FM-18405
22
4
FS-16511
23
1
FS-19731
24
1
FT-16825
25
1
FT-16826
26
2
HB-16367
27
2
HN-10029
28
2
HN-17935
29
2
HS-00156
30
2
HS-00261
31
6
HS-15706
32
10 HS-16509
33
10 HS-16628
34
6
HS-16929
35
8
HS-16939
36
1
HS-17936
37
1
HS-17937
38
4
HS-19108
39
1
HS-41006
40
2
HS-41107
41
2
HW-00165
42
8
HW-00180
43
2
HW-00590
44
12 HW-18123
45
6
HX-13771
46
2
HX-15678
47
1
HX-17711
48
4
HX-17788
50
2
HX-18901
51
1
HX-19052
52
2
HX-19102
53
1
HX-19384
56
1
PL-18773
57
1
PL-18929
58
1
PL-18930
59
1
PL-18932
60
1
PL-18933
61
1
PL-18990
62
1
PL-18991
63
1
PL-18992
64
1
PL-19061
65
1
PL-19093
66
1
PL-19094
68
1
SW-18535
70
8
HS-11977
Customer
Service
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DESCRIPTION
Weldment, Console Back Plate
Front Roller, 3.0” O.D.
Rear Roller, 3.0” O.D.
Assembly, Contact Grip, Pair
Weldment, Elevation
Assembly, Idler
Assembly, E-Stop, Lanyard
Assembly, Motor Cover
Belt, Running
Belt, Running, IFI
Belt, Poly-V, 320J8
Decal, Side Labels, “Cybex”, Black
Decal, Side Labels, “Cybex”, Silver
Deck, Running
Deck, Running, IFI, Yellow
Sensor, Speed
Wire Tie, 9”
Base, Wire Tie
Shaft, Elevation
Plate, Rear Rubber Foot Mounting
Plate, Cable Connector, 445T/455T
Sleeve, Elevation Mounting, Top
Sleeve, Elevation Mounting, Bottom
Bushing, .50 I.D. x .62 O.D. x .31 LG, Flanged
Nut, 1/2 - 13 HEX STL ZINC
Nut Locking, 3/8 - 24, GRD C, STL, ZN
Screw, 4-40 x .62, PNHD PHIL
Bolt, 1/2 - 13 x 5.5, HXHD
Screw, 8-16 x .50, PNHD, STL, BLK ZN CLR, TYP WB
Screw, SLFTP, 10 x .5, PNHD, PLT, TYP B, PT-S
Bolt, 1/4 - 20 x 1.5, HXHD, G8
Bolt, Whiz Lock, 3/8 - 16 x .625, HXHD, G5
Screw, SEMS,10/32 x .75, PNHD, BLK ZN, EXT
Bolt, 3/8 - 24 x 2.0, HXHD CAP, G8, YEL ZN
Bolt, 3/8 - 24 x 2.75, HXHD CAP, G8, YEL ZN
Screw 5/16-18 x 3/4, HXHD, Whiz-Lock
Screw, SLFTP, 10/24 x 1.38, PNHD PHIL, SST, BLK, TT
Bolt, 5/16 - 18 x 1.5, BTHD, SST, BLK
Washer, Split Lock, 5/16, ZINC
Washer, Split Lock, 1/4, SST, BLK
Bushing, Nylon, 1/2
Washer, .344 I.D. x .75 O.D. x .125 Thick, Black Zinc
Ring, Retaining, 5/8 x .579 FR. I.D.
Bushing, Deck, 5/16 - 18
Plug, Plastic, 7/16, BLACK
Tape, Double Sided, .032 Thick
Grips, 445T/455T Upright Handrail
Idler Spring
Rubber Foot, Rear
Coupling, Shaft, DBL Split 5/8
Plunger, E-Stop
Cover, Rear, Outer Right
Cover, Rear, Inner Right
Cover, Rear, Outer Left
Cover, Rear, Inner Left
Cover, Motor, Front, 445T/455T
Cover, Motor, Right, 445T/455T
Cover, Motor Left, 445T/455T
Cover, Console, Back Trim, 445T/455T
Cover, Handle Lower
Accessory Tray, 445T/455T Console
Switch, Limit
Screw, SEMS, 8/32 x .38, PNHD
Cybex 445T/455T Treadmill Owner’s Manual
ITEM QTY. PART NO.
NO.
74
2
CW-16712
75
4
HB-18768
76
2
HS-60022
77
2
HN-60064
78
1
AF-18481
80
2
HB-18768
81
1
AD-19085-Q
81
1
AD-19086-Q
82
1
SW-19666
82
1
SW-19667
83
1
EC-18896
83
1
EC-15783
84
4
HN-11136
85
8
HS-19111
86
8
EH-00986
87
2
HN-11925
88
1
HW-10856
89
2
HS-15732
90
1
EH-12260
91
1
FS-19668
92
1
DE-16928
93
1
DE-19238
94
1
DE-19531
95
1
AF-18728
96
1
HB-19135
97
2
HB-18056
98
1
HS-19338
99
1
DE-19730-4
100
1
HX-17711
101
1
AF-19068
102
1
MR-18402
102
1
MR-18403
103
1
MR-19643
103
1
MR-19644
111
1
AF-19194
120
1
EH-19416
121
1
EC-15004
122
1
TR-19201
123
2
HX-19587
124
1
EH-19717
200
1
AX-18765
201
1
AX-18764
202
1
AF-18486
203
1
AF-19039
204
2
DE-18766
204
2
DE-20718
205
8
HS-15706
206
1
PL-18931
207
1
PL-19120
208
1
PL-18928
209
1
PL-19118
210
1
DE-19726
210
1
DE-19727
210
1
DE-20649
210
1
DE-20650
211
1
HX-18287
220
1
FM-19513
221
2
AF-19496
222
1
HB-18768
300
1
AC-19755-4
301
1
AX-19356-4
304
1
AD-19675-Q
305
1
AF-19187
306
1
AF-19188
308
1
DE-18556-4
309
1
DE-18557-4
DESCRIPTION
Wheel, 3 Dia. x 1.25 W, Plain Bearing
Bearing, LF-1011-12
Bolt, 3/8 x 2.25, HXHD CAP, Black Zinc, G5
Nut, Jam 3/8 - 16, Black Zinc
Weldment, Motor Base
Bearing, LF-1011-12
PCA, Control Board, 115 VAC, 445T/455T
PCA, Control Board, 230 VAC, 445T/455T
Switch, Rocker, Thermal CB, 15 A
Switch, Rocker, Thermal CB, 20 A
Filter, 16 Amp
Filter, 20 Amp
KEPS, 5/16 - 18, HEX STL ZINC
Screw, SEMS, 8/32 x .38, PNHD EXT Black Zinc
Wire Tie, Nylon, 9
KEPS, 10-32, HEX STL ZN
Washer, Lock External, No. 10 ZC
Screw, SEMS, 8-32 UNC x .62, PNHD PHIL, ZN
Wire Tie, Nylon, 18
Plate, Circuit Breaker Mount
Label, Disconnect Power, Multilingual
Decal, Warning, Motor Plate
Decal, IS3 logo
Bracket, Idler
Idler Wheel, 1.88 x 1.0
Bushing, Flange, .375 x .469 x .25
Screw, 3/8 - 16 x 1.75, SCHD BTN, BLK, ZN
Decal, IR Comp Adjust, English
Plug, Plastec, 7/16”, Black
Bracket, Power Factor, Choke
Motor, Elevation, 115 VAC
Motor, Elevation, 230 VAC
Motor, Drive, 110 VAC
Motor, Drive, 220 VAC
Weldment, Monitor Bracket, 445T/455T
Heat Sink, Silpad
Ferrite, Clamp-on, .40 I.D.
Choke
Strip, Motor Base, Isolation
Bushing, Strain Relief, .370”
Assembly, Top Platform, Right
Assembly, Top Platform, Left
Weldment, Upright
Weldment, Frame, 445T/455T
Decal, Safety Walk
Decal, Safety Walk, IFI
Screw, 8-16 x .50, PNHD, STL, BLK ZN CLR, TYP WB
Cover, Rear, Top Left
Cover, Rear, Bottom Left
Cover, Rear, Top Right
Cover, Rear, Bottom Right
Decal, “CX | 445T”, Black
Decal, “CX | 445T”, Silver 877
Decal, “CX | 455T”, Black
Decal, “CX | 455T”, Silver 877
Plug, Hole, Plastic, 1”, Black
Shaft, Deck Pivot, 445T/455T
Weldment, Deck Pivoting Bracket
Bearing, IGUS LF-1011-12
Assembly, 445T/455T Console, English
Assembly, Cover, Top CHR, English
PCA, Display, 445T/455T
Bracket, Console Anchor, Right
Bracket, Console Anchor, Left
Decal, Warning, Right
Decal, Warning, Left
Customer
Service
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ITEM
NO.
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
316
317
317
318
402
403
404
405
406
407
410
411
413
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NS
NOTE:
Customer
Service
Page 6-6
QTY. PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
4
7
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
NS =
Sensor, Polar Wireless Remote Mount
Screw, 8-16 x .50, PNHD, STL, BLK ZN CLR, TYP WB
Screw, SLFTP, 8-16 x .3125, Plastite
Tape, Double Sided, .032 Thick
Tab, Book Holder
Console, Plastic, 445T/455T
Membrane, 445T/455T, Top, English
Membrane, 445T/455T, Top, English, IFI
Membrane, 445T/455T, Bottom, English
Membrane, 445T/455T, Bottom, English, IFI
Label, Warning
Assembly, TV Support
Controller Mount
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1.25”, PHL, PAN, BLK ZINC
Washer, Split Lock 1/4”
Screw, 10-24 x 1/2”, RECESS, PAN HD, TT, SS
Screw, SEMS, 8-32 x .38”, PNHD PHIL, EXT, STL, BLK ZN
Extended Handrail, Left
Extended Handrail, Right
Bolt, 1/4 - 20 x 1.25”
Bracket, Power Factor
Cable, A/V Option
Cable, Harness, Console
Cable, Polar Jumper
Cable, Harness, Frame
Cable, Filter to Board, Hot, Black
Cable, Filter to Board, Neutral, White
Power Cord, 115 VAC
Power Cord, 230 VAC
Power Cord, 230 VAC, 50 Hz
Power Cord, 230 VAC, UK
Cable, Circuit Breaker to Filter, Hot, Black
Cable, Circuit Breaker to Filter, Neutral, White
Cable, Speed Signal
Cable, Elevation Motor
Cable, Contact Heart Rate Grip and Ground
Cable, Control Board, Ground
Controller Mount
Kit, Install Hardware
Decal, ETL
Adapter, 1/4 Plug to 1/8 Jack
Wire Tie, Base
Jacket, Corrugated Tubing, 27 Long
Clamp, Headphone Adapter
Controller Mount
Cover, Lower, Motor Controller
Screw, 5/16-18 x 3/4, LG HXHD, Whiz Lock, GR5
Screw, 1/4 - 20 x 1.25, PNHD PHIL, Black Zinc
Plug, Tube End, 1.5 O.D.
Sign Facility Safety
Warranty Sheet, 445T
Warranty Sheet, 455T
Poster, Installation
Owner’s Manual, 445T/455T
Kit Brush, McMillan, 3.0HP, 110V
Kit Brush, McMillan, 3.0HP, 220V
EC-17877
HS-15706
HS-41187
HX-17788
PL-17686
PL-18548
SW-18520-4
SW-20701-4
SW-18523-4
SW-20700-4
DE-19189-4
AX-19193-4
FS-19190
HS-19369
HW-00180
HS-41006
HS-11977
AX-19735
AX-19758
HS-18127
AF-19068
AW-19117
AW-19679
AW-18256
AW-18528
AW-18530
AW-18531
AW-18532
AW-18533
AW-18534
AW-19525
AW-18540
AW-18541
AW-18574
AW-18972
AW-19221
AW-19235
AX-19193
AX-19354
DE-18413
CN-17687
EH-10291
EH-19220
FS-17698
FS-19190
FS-18771
HS-19108
HS-19369
HX-19059
LT-03051
LT-19801
LT-20653
LT-19340
LT-19800-4
SK-18553
SK-18554
Not Shown
Console
Assembly
Optional
Monitor
Bracket
315
304
Console
Assembly 300
402
312
316
317
312
1
404
310
405
9
70
403
314
313
311
309
305
407
308
306
406
211
70
64
70
11
40
31
19
Idler Pulley
Assembly
Upright
Assembly
Not Shown
Wire Tie and Base
Upright
Assembly
41
44
33
97
95
42
20
42
56
33
66
35
47
65
10
61
17
34
34
35
62
34
96
301
48
35
31
39
29
49
18
63
12
46
46
210
204
220
221
51
205
223
222
203
6
200
34
35
50
68
23
98
34
2
94
35
31
208
35
39
318
43
27
45
225
210
3
Serial
Number
15
411
28
413
205
102
405
74
36
24
77
25
76
81
90
22
32
52
38
53
75
32
7
21
Drive Motor
Assembly
83
124
91
205
58
93
57
123
80
122
70
100
80
38
123
88
84
78
CK-19960 Left handrail kit
CK-19961 Right handrail kit
CK-19962 Both handrails kit
38
60
87
70
205
59
225
82
32
32
207
37
32
22
28
405
Cybex 445T/455T Treadmill Owner’s Manual
70
103
121
52
206
413
26
30
15
Drive Motor
Assembly
201
Extended Handrail Option
410
209
45
8
50
202
97
204
92
99
407
101
Page 6-7
2
6
UP
THERMAL
ZERO
POSITION
SWITCH
NORMALLY CLOSED
OPEN <=10.24"
WHITE
BLACK
RED
RED
GREEN
BLACK
GND
EC-18573
SENSOR, 425T SPEED
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ELV-MOTOR
20A DOMESTIC 220V - EC-19869 (RP220-20-4.7)
J3
9
8
CHASSIS
GND
N/C
B+
TXD
RXD
N/C
N/C
200-250VAC 50Hz PFC CHOKE
15A INTERNATIONAL - EC-18896 (DSC 1000-4-10-4.7)
AW-19677
CABLE, SPEED EXT
BLACK
AC
LINE 2
RED
BW
WHITE
AW-19715
POWER CORD, 220V
N
AW-18541
WIRE, CB TO FILTER, NEUT
AW-19716
POWER CORD, 230V
AW-19843
INTERNATIONAL
ONLY
AD-19086
CONTROLLER, 445T/455T 230V
A1 (RED)
RED
AW-19714
POWER CORD, 115V
NON-CE JUMPER ONLY
LINE
FILTER
AW-18531
WIRE, FILTER TO BOARD, NEUTRAL
AD-19085
CONTROLLER, 445T/455T 115V
YELLOW
AW-18540
WIRE, CB TO FILTER, HOT
AW-18530
WIRE, FILTER TO BOARD, HOT
AC
LINE 1
TACH
BLACK
SW-19667
SWITCHABLE CIRCUIT BREAKER, 20A/115V
SW-19666
SWITCHABLE CIRCUIT BREAKER, 15A/240V
ELEV NEUTRAL
ELEV DOWN
ELEV UP
GND
CHASSIS GND
ZERO SWITCH
GND
GND REF
1
2
RPM SIGNAL
3
4
5V +
4
1
2
3
1
2
HX-18537
MAGNET, ROLLER SHEAVE
TR-19201
BLACK
S
N
1
8
J102
GRAY
BROWN
YELLOW
GREEN
RED
BLACK
ORANGE
BLUE
5
1 CD CARRIER DETECT
2 RD RECEIVE DATA
3 TD TRANSMIT DATA
4 DTR DATA TERMINAL READY
5 GND
6 DSR DATA SET READY
7 RTS REQUEST TO SEND
8 CTS CLEAR TO SEND
9 RI RING DETECT
COM
DWN
J1
2
7
4
20A DOMESTIC 115V - EC-19869 (RP220-20-4.7)
ELEVATION
FERRITE EC-15004
(INTERNATIONAL ONLY)
3
7
1
6
GND
3
ADAPTER, SERVICE PROGRAMMING
CN-16924
TOP SAFETY SW
NORMALLY CLOSED
OPEN >= 15.65"
5
3
RED
2
6
4
6
BLACK
3
5
2
WHITE
2
5
1
1
1
GREEN
AW-18973
CABLE, ELEVATION MOTOR, 445T/455T
MR-18402
GEARMOTOR, 110V
MR-18403
GEARMOTOR, 220V
4
RED
CSAFE CONNECTOR
4
BLACK
MOTOR BASE
J1
P3
P2
AW-19878
POWER CORD, UK 13A/230V 50HZ
P1
BLK
5
9
2
6
7
8
1
3
6
5
4
2
3
5
7
7
BROWN
8
8
BROWN
BLACK
9
9
BLACK
WHT/BLK
WHT/RED
3
VIOLET
11 12 10
11 12 10
WHT/BLK
2
4
RED
P4
6
5
DISPLAY CONNECTORS
1
4
BLUE
GRAY
SW-18535
SWITCH, 425T MICRO, NO
SW1
2
1
9
6
3
ELEV
GREEN
SW3
5
3A
BLUE
4
AX-19650
MOTOR, 3.0Hp PMDC, 220VDC
TREADMILL CHASSIS
YELLOW
ORANGE
GRAY
P1
AX-19649
MOTOR, 3.0Hp PMDC, 110VDC
RED
RED
1
-15V BOARD PWR
GREEN
4
(DT5) DC VOLTAGE
CURR LIMIT
3
PWM
M.C. SIG
ORANGE
2
(DT13) UP
1
(DT1) DOWN
ARM VOLT
3
8
(DT9) AC ON
YELLOW
WHITE
7
DIAGNOSTIC LEDS
(-)
(+)
RED
2
6
A2 (BLK)
1
BLACK
WHITE
5
EC-15004
FERRITE,
CLAMP-ON
YELLOW
WHT/RED
YELLOW
VIOLET
AW-18256
CABLE, EMBEDDED POLAR
20A / 250V / SB (115V)
LINE
BLACK
3
AW-19678
CABLE, 445T/455T FRAME HARNESS
RED
2
15A / 250V / SB (220/240V)
AC POWER
CONVERTER
TO J6 ON AD-19675
PCA, 445T/455T
P6
1
J6
1
3
8
6
10
7
5
3
1
5
8
2ND GRIP
J6
2
BROWN
J10
1
3
J3
5
LEFT
RIGHT
GND
2
4
6
7
3
3
SIG
GND
2
SW-18520
MEMBRANE, 425T TOP
SW-18522
MEMBRANE, 425T BOTTOM W/AV
SW-18523
MEMBRANE, 425T BOTTOM W/O AV
POLAR
J1
J4
2
1
3
1
J4
J3
1
RED
J8
J9
3
LEFT SIGNAL
J2
SHIELD
LEFT COMMON
SHIELD
RIGHT COMMON
RIGHT SIGNAL
LEFT COMMON
4
J1
SHIELD
RIGHT COMMON
RIGHT SIGNAL
3
2
SHIELD
AW-19221
CABLE,425T GRIP & GND
+5
SIG
CHASSIS
GND
N/C
B+
TXD
RXD
RIGHT
LEFT
GND
CHASSIS
ORANGE
1
1
6
5
BELT RELAY
ELEV UP
ELEV DOWN
ZERO SWITCH
3
1
BLACK
3
P7
VCC
4
2
9
MOTOR CURRENT
AW-17694
CABLE, AUDIO 1/4"
2
2
BRUSH WEAR
10
7
6
GND
8
6
5
GND
3
RELAY PWR
4
2
EC-19676
CODE, 445T/455T SOFTWARE
RPM
RIGHT REAR SIGNAL
PWM
AD-19675
PCA, 445T/455T 4-LAYER DISPLAY BOARD
BROWN
GND
BLACK
+9V UNREG
RIGHT FRONT SIGNAL
LEFT FRONT SIGNAL
LEFT REAR SIGNAL
1
6
5
RED
+9V UNREG
ORANGE
TO J9 ON AD-19675
PCA, 445T/455T
STD CSAFE
EXTERNAL ACCESS
Page 6-8
4
2
9
RIGHT
LEFT SIGNAL
HA-20175
HEADPHONES
4
2
LEFT
CN-17687
ADAPTER, 1/4"-1/8"
SIG
EC-17877
SENSOR, EMBEDDED POLAR
AW-20111 CABLE,
5E BONDED-PAIR RJ45
WR-14012 (Ger. Sp. Swe.)
CABLE, POWER CORD, 230V,
10A, CEE 7-7,2M
AW-20192
POWER CORD, JAPAN,
2.4M IEC-320
AW-20193
POWER CORD, 250VAC,
3A, 2.5M IEC-320, UK
GND
VCC
GREEN
AW-19679
CABLE, 445T/455T CONSOLE HARNESS
A/V MONITOR
CP-20794 ATSC/NTSC
CP-20665 SECAM/PAL
1
AW-19117
CABLE, 610ARC A-V I-O
AUDIO
JACK
Cybex 445T/455T Treadmill Owner’s Manual