Table of Contents
Section
Page
I.
General Information
2-5
II.
Theory of Operations
6-8
III.
Mechanical Troubleshooting
9-10
IV.
Electrical Troubleshooting
11-23
V.
Adjustments and Parts Replacement
24-64
VI.
Assembly Drawings and Part List
65-82
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I.
General Information
Purpose
This manual provides information for the servicing of SCIFIT ISO7000R
cordless recumbent bikes. It uses systematic troubleshooting procedures
to address problems that may arise with the cordless bikes. The actions
taken to resolve problems must be performed in the order stated.
Deviating from this sequence may cause damage to the equipment, lead
to unnecessary repairs, and/ or void the warranty.
Technical Support
For further assistance in the service of SCIFIT products, please call (800)
745-1373 or (918) 359-2040. We can also be reached by fax at (918)
359-2045 or by e-mail at service@scifit.com. The Product Support
department is staffed from 7 AM to 6 PM CST Monday through Friday. A
voicemail service is available 24 hours daily for recording messages to
request technical support and to order replacement parts. Our mailing
address is 5151 S. 110th E. Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74146.
Please have the following information prior to calling product
support:
• Model number of equipment
• Serial number of equipment
• Point of contact name, address, and phone number
• Detailed description of symptoms encountered
SCIFIT Statement of Warranty
SCIFIT warranties new products against defective workmanship and/ or
materials under normal and proper use subject to the following limitations:
1. SCIFIT’s obligation to the original purchaser shall apply to both
parts and cost of labor required to replace or repair a defective
product for a period of one (1) year from the user purchase date as
documented by the warranty card. If the customer fails to return
the warranty card, the date of shipment from the factory is used.
Thereafter, for a period of two (2) years, such obligation shall
extend only to the supply of replacement parts or products with any
labor costs associated with such replacement or repair to be at the
Buyer’s expense.
2. SCIFIT’s obligation shall be limited to repairing or replacing
defective parts. No allowance shall be granted for repairs made
by Buyer without SCIFIT’s prior written approval. The decision
to replace or repair shall be solely at SCIFIT’s election.
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3. SCIFIT’s warranty does not apply to parts requiring replacement or
repair due to abnormal wear and tear, improper use, corrosion
(perspiration), improper maintenance, improper rated grounded or
dedicated electrical circuits, or improper storage, nor does it apply
where all or part of the product has been altered from its original
state.
4. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, ARISING BY LAW OR OTHERWISE
INCLUDING WARRANTY OR MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS
FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
LIABILITIES OF SCIFIT INCLUDING DIRECT, INDIRECT,
SPECIAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR PENALTIES
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WHETHER ARISING OUT OF
CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, OR OTHER TORT.
5. Certain wear items are excluded from warranty coverage unless
determined to be defective. These items include, but are not
limited to:
Rubber Grips
Pedal Straps
Seat
6. The following items are covered for a period of one (1) year only:
Pedals
Contact Heart Rate Grips
Heart Rate PCB/ Transmitter
Freight and Shipping
SCIFIT is NOT responsible for the repair or replacement of any unit or part
damaged during transit or installation. Fire, flood, and acts of God are
NOT covered under this warranty. The customer is responsible for
pursuing all freight damage claims with the appropriate transit company.
If the customer signs for freight-damaged goods without noting the
damage on the bill of lading, the customer is solely responsible for
the cost of repair or replacement for such freight damage.
Parts Supply
During the first 30 days, warranty parts will be shipped via next day
overnight delivery, excluding international shipments. Determination must
be made before 2:00 p.m. CST on any given weekday for next day
delivery. After 30 days, parts will be shipped via ground shipment. The
customer is welcome to request overnight or second day parts shipping at
the customer’s expense. If requested, SCIFIT will charge the customer’s
UPS or Federal Express account, or COD the difference in freight cost
between ground shipment and overnight or second day.
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Return Parts
In order to research problems and ensure they do not reoccur, the
rapid return of defective parts is our biggest help! Thank you in
advance for your assistance.
On electronics orders, a $100.00 core charge is assessed to each printed
circuit board. This amount will be credited once the boards have been
received by SCIFIT. All defective parts must be returned to the SCIFIT
factory within 20 days of receipt of replacement part for invoice credit.
Otherwise, SCIFIT will expect payment on the core charge net 30 days.
Please follow these three (3) easy steps for returning parts:
Step 1: Keep the box and packing material in which the new parts arrived.
Locate the enclosed prepaid UPS return label. The return label is only for
the parts that need to be returned as denoted on the picking ticket.
Step 2: Wrap the defective part and place in the box for a safe return.
Include a copy of the picking ticket that came with the replacement part.
Step 3: When the parts have been packaged, place the prepaid UPS
return label on the outside of the box. Drop the package at any UPS
service center or hand the package to any UPS driver.
When all of the parts are received and inspected at the factory, a credit
will be issued for the original parts invoice. Attention service
companies: Warranty labor invoices will NOT be paid until required
defective parts are returned to the factory.
Installation
SCIFIT is NOT responsible for the repair or replacement of any unit or part
damaged during installation. The customer is responsible for inspection of
each unit and part for damage at the time of installation. The customer is
responsible for pursuing all damage claims with the installer.
Service Labor
Where applicable, SCIFIT Product Support will arrange a local field
service technician to provide field support. Every effort will be made to
schedule service during the two (2) working days following notification of a
problem or as soon as repair parts are available to the field service
technician. Where possible, parts will be supplied in advance of the field
service technicians so that the product is repaired with one (1) call. All
jobs to be performed under labor warranty must have SCIFIT’s prior
written approval or they will not be paid.
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Preventative Maintenance
After training, always wipe down your SCIFIT exercise product.
Perspiration that continuously settles on the frame, upholstery, casings,
and control panels may eventually cause rust or damage. Damage
resulting from lack of maintenance will NOT be covered under warranty. .
Preventative maintenance, completed according to the schedule below,
will keep your SCIFIT elliptical functioning properly. We realize your time
is valuable and have kept these maintenance items to a minimum.
This preventative maintenance schedule assumes the equipment is
utilized 6 to 8 hours per day. If the equipment is utilized to a greater
extent, the maintenance schedule must be adjusted accordingly.
Machine
Cordless
Bikes
Weekly
Clean exterior.
See Note 1.
Monthly
Check crank and
pedal tightness.
See Note 2.
Lubricate seat
track. See Note 5.
6 Months
Check belt for
fraying.
Yearly
Lubricate drive
chain. See Note 4.
Clean interior. See
Note 3.
Note 1: Clean the console with a damp cloth. Use mild soap and warm water.
Dry with a clean towel. The rest of the machine can be cleaned using common
household cleaners.
Note 2: IMPORTANT: All pedal crank arms MUST be tightened after eight (8)
hours of initial use to ensure that the crank arms are seated properly. Not
tightening the crank arms upon initial use will loosen the arms and cause
damage. This will void the warranty. To comply with this requirement, simply
tighten the 8mm Allen bolt to approximately 40-45 foot lbs.
Note 3: Clean the interior using a damp cloth. Use mild soap and warm water.
Dry with a clean towel.
Note 4: We use Energy Release® clear gear and chain lube (part no. P018).
Any high quality chain lube will do.
Note 5: We use Super Lube® synthetic grease (item no. 82328). Any high
quality industrial grease will do.
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II.
Theory of Operations
The following is a theory of operation that encompasses all the electrical
components, their functions, and how they interact with each other.
Independent electrical components found in SCIFIT’s Cordless product line:
1.
Lower PCB (Power Supply)
2.
Upper PCB (Display)
3.
Generator/Electromagnetic Brake
4.
12 Volt Battery
5.
Wall Pack Receptacle
6.
Hand Grip Heart rate PCB (HG HR)
7.
Wireless Heart rate PCB (Polar)
Component Functions
1. Lower PCB (Power Supply)
A.
Converts the12 to 400 volts AC from the generator into 12 volts DC
using switching power supply technology.
B.
Provides 12 volts DC to upper PCB.
C.
Accepts 12 volts DC from either the battery or wall pack
transformer if unavailable from the generator
D.
Receives Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) signal from the upper
PCB for brake control.
E.
Contains Hi-power MOSFET circuitry that controls the brake.
2. Upper PCB (Display)
A.
Accepts commands from a user.
B.
Displays information to the user.
C.
Regulates 12 volts DC from lower PCB down to 8 volts DC and 5
volts DC.
D.
Operates the 8 and 5 volt DC serial communications (c-safe and
cardio-key)
E.
Provides 5 Volts DC to the contact and wireless heart rate jacks.
F.
Receives signals from the contact and wireless heart rate PCB’s.
G.
Contains 5 volt DC display (LED) drivers.
H.
Contains the 5 volt DC memory and processor components.
I.
Provides PWM signal to lower PCB for brake control.
3. Generator/Electromagnetic Brake
Generator:
o A three (3) phase generator that produces 0 to 400 volts AC
depending on the RPM’s.
o Provides AC voltage to the lower PCB.
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Electromagnetic Brake
o An eddie current transformer that uses rising and collapsing
electromagnetic fields to slow down the generator magnet traveling
through it’s field.
o Controlled by the lower PCB.
4. 12 Volt DC Battery
A. 12 volt sealed lead acid 1.3 Amp Hour Battery.
B. Provides 12 Volts DC to lower PCB during:
o Pause mode
o Between intervals
o Provides power for 15 seconds after generator stops.
5. Wall Pack Receptacle
A. 12 volt DC input receptacle that accepts voltage from a DC wall pack.
B. Provides 12 volts DC to lower PCB when a wall pack is connected to it.
C. Aids in battery charging.
6. Hand Grip (Contact) Heart Rate (HG HR) PCB
A. Outputs a square wave to the upper PCB.
B. Equipped with right and left grip inputs.
C. Power and ground is provided by the upper PCB.
7. Wireless Heart rate PCB
A. Outputs a square wave to the upper PCB.
B. Has a 30” range and position is critical.
C. Power and ground is provided by the upper PCB.
System Functions
Starting the Machine
A.
Pedaling the machine rotates the generator, which generates a
current to power the electronics. A minimum of 13 RPM or 10 FPM
must be maintained to keep machine powered up.
B.
The generator provides AC voltage to the lower PCB. The lower
PCB then provides DC voltage to the upper PCB.
C.
The User controls the resistance by selecting a level on the display.
The display sends a PWM signal which varies, depending on the
level selected. The signal travels through the ribbon cable to the
lower PCB. The lower PCB sends a square wave signal to the
transformer on the brake which is proportionate to the amount of
resistance commanded.
D.
The brake LED on the lower PCB, labeled D38 on older units and
D19 on newer units, will illuminate any time braking is applied. The
intensity of the LED is proportional to the level of resistance.
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E.
The battery is charged anytime there is more than 13 RPM’s
present.
Stopping the unit
A.
When pedaling is discontinued, the brake continues to spin.
B.
The battery will engage once the actual RPM’s dip below 13.
C.
The battery remains active for 15 seconds and then a transistor that
connects the battery to the rest of the lower PCB is unlatched. The
transistor will remain unlatched until the unit sees an rpm value
above 13 RPM’s.
Using the Wall Pack
A.
Using the wall pack will allow the machine to be powered up
without pedaling. Quick Start or any other program can be selected
without have to pedal first. The machine will be powered up
constantly when the wall pack is in use.
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III.
Mechanical Troubleshooting
A.
Mechanical Troubleshooting Table
Problem
Pedals wobble when
bike is pedaled.
Pedals lock up while
operating.
Grinding, rubbing, or
scraping noise while
rotating pedals.
Possible Reasons
Solutions
Pedal is loose or stripped Replace pedal, if threads are
out.
damaged. (P. 54-55)
8mm crank bolt is loose.
Tighten 8mm crank bolt. (P. 53)
Spindle crank shaft is
rounded off.
Replace spindle crank shaft. (P.
56-57)
Square tapered hole in
crank arm is rounded
out.
6” pulley has moved over
and is rubbing a pem nut
on the monocoque.
Replace crank arm. (P. 53)
Bearing on spindle crank
shaft has seized up.
6” pulley has moved over
and is rubbing a pem nut
on the monocoque.
Replace bearing. (P. 56-57)
Bad bearing on spindle
crank shaft.
Replace bearing. (P. 56-57)
Realign pulley by loosening the
set screw on pulley collar and
sliding over. (P. 60-61)
Realign pulley by loosening the
set screw on pulley collar and
sliding over. (P. 60-61)
Bad bearing in the brake. Replace brake. (P. 51-52)
Clunking noise from
inside the unit.
Belt not aligned properly.
Brake pulley is loose.
Realign belt. (P. 58-59)
Replace brake. (P. 51-52)
6” pulley set screw is
loose on key.
Loc-tite and tighten set screw on
pulley collar. (P. 60-61)
Loose set screw on
bearing collar on spindle
crank assembly.
Loc-tite and tighten set screw on
bearing collar on the spindle
crank assembly. (P. 60-61)
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Problem
Unit slips when
pedaled.
Clicking noise heard
around pedals.
Crunching noise is
heard when pedaled.
Possible Reasons
Belt is loose.
Solutions
Re-tension belt. (P. 60-61)
Lower PCB is bad.
Pedal bearings are bad.
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Replace pedal. (P. 54-55)
Bad bearing on spindle
crank.
Chain or spindle crank is
misaligned.
Replace bearing. (P. 56-51)
Realign chain or spindle
sprocket. (P. 56-57)
Chain is improperly
tensioned.
Re-tension chain.
Bad bearing on spindle
crank shaft.
Replace bearing. (P. 56-57)
Bad bearing in the brake. Replace brake. (P. 51-52)
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IV.
Electrical Troubleshooting
A.
Electrical Troubleshooting Table
Problem
No lights are showing
on display at idle.
Possible Reasons
Unit is not in use.
No lights on display
when unit is pedaled.
Faulty lower PCB.
Solutions
Start rotating cranks (at least 13
RPMs). Unit will stay lit for 15
seconds after use unless a wall
pack is in use.
See flowchart. (P. 15-16)
Faulty upper PCB.
See flowchart. (P. 15-16)
Bad Telco or ribbon cable See flowchart. (P. 15-16)
connection.
Lights on display are
dim.
Lights on display are
frozen.
Lights on display
flicker and / or go dead.
Lights on display go
out as soon as you
stop pedaling or go to
change direction.
Display resets after
starting a program.
Brake shorted to frame.
Faulty lower PCB.
See flowchart. (P. 15-16)
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Bad Telco or ribbon cable Fix connection or replace cable.
connection.
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Faulty lower PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Faulty upper PCB.
Battery is weak.
Charge battery w/ wall pack. If
problem persists, replace
battery. (P. 32)
Bad brake to lower PCB
Fix connection.
connection.
Bad Telco or ribbon cable Fix connection or replace cable.
connection.
13 RPMs not maintained.
Maintain 13+ RPMs to keep
display lit.
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
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Problem
Display won’t light up
without using a wall
pack.
Possible Reasons
Bad brake to lower PCB
connection.
Solutions
Fix connection.
Faulty lower PCB.
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Brake shorted to frame.
Overlay and buttons on
upper PCB are not
making contact.
Fix short or replace brake. (P.
51-52)
Secure overlay to upper PCB by
tightening standoffs or Philips
screws. (P. 24-31)
Faulty upper PCB.
PAUSE/CLEAR button
has been pressed during
program.
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Press START to resume or
PAUSE/CLEAR to return to start
up screen.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Overlay and buttons on
upper PCB are not
making contact.
Secure overlay to upper PCB by
tightening standoffs or Philips
screws. (P. 24-31)
Constant resistance.
Faulty upper PCB.
Faulty lower PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Intermittent resistance
or resistance spiking.
Faulty upper PCB.
Bad brake to lower PCB
connection.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Fix connection.
Faulty lower PCB.
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Display is lit up but
values don’t change
when buttons are
pressed.
“PAUSED” is displayed
in top window.
Machine shuts down in
programs but works in
manual mode.
Can’t select program or
enter information and
there is no beep when
buttons are pressed.
Faulty upper PCB.
Defined unit type has
Resistance is different
than when you received been changed.
unit.
Faulty lower PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Redefine unit type. Call SCIFIT
for procedure.
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
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Problem
No resistance.
Possible Reasons
Bad brake to lower PCB
connection.
Solutions
Fix connection.
Faulty lower PCB.
Replace lower PCB. (P. 32-35)
Faulty upper PCB.
No heart rate displayed. No chest strap worn.
(If using contact grips,
Faulty chest strap.
see “No contact heart
rate” below).
Wireless heart rate PCB
is not plugged in.
Heart rate displayed is
very high.
“---” then “No Heart
Rate Detected” is
displayed in top
window while using the
Heart Rate program.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Must wear chest strap.
Verify chest strap works.
Check and fix connection to
upper PCB.
Faulty wireless heart rate
PCB.
Replace wireless heart rate
PCB. (P. 37-42)
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Faulty combo heart rate
PCB, if equipped.
Picking up FM frequency
from radio / transmitter.
Replace combo heart rate PCB.
(P. 48-49)
Move radio or transmitter.
Picking up another
person’s chest strap.
Make sure no one with a chest
strap is standing next to your
unit.
Faulty combo heart rate
PCB, if equipped.
Replace combo heart rate PCB.
(P. 48-49)
Faulty upper PCB.
No chest strap is worn.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Must wear chest strap.
Faulty wireless heart rate
PCB.
Replace wireless heart rate
PCB. (P. 37-42)
Faulty combo heart rate
PCB, if equipped.
Replace combo heart rate PCB.
(P. 48-49)
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
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Problem
No contact heart rate is
displayed.
Contact heart rate is
very high.
Contact heart rate is
very low.
Possible Reasons
Both hands not being
used.
Solutions
Must hold onto both grips.
Contact heart rate
doesn’t work on all users.
Verify w/ multiple users that
there is no contact heart rate.
Bad connection from
contact heart rate PCB to
upper PCB or contact
grips.
Fix connection.
Faulty contact heart rate
PCB.
Replace contact heart rate PCB.
(P. 43-47)
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Faulty combo heart rate
PCB, if equipped.
Picking up FM frequency
from radio / transmitter.
Replace combo heart rate PCB.
(P. 48-49)
Move radio or transmitter.
Picking up reading from
someone’s chest strap.
Make sure no one with a chest
strap is standing next to your
unit.
Faulty contact heart rate
PCB.
Replace contact heart rate PCB.
(P. 43-47)
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Faulty combo heart rate
PCB, if equipped.
Faulty contact heart rate
PCB.
Replace combo heart rate PCB.
(P. 48-49)
Replace contact heart rate PCB.
(P. 43-47)
Faulty upper PCB.
Replace upper PCB. (P. 24-31)
Faulty combo heart rate
PCB, if equipped.
Replace combo heart rate PCB.
(P. 48-49)
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B.
Troubleshooting Flowcharts
Although it is impossible to foresee every eventuality, the flowcharts on the
following pages will cover the most common possibilities. If further assistance is
required, please consult SCIFIT SYSTEMS, Inc.
Query
Status
No Lights
On Display
When
Pedaling
Action
Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s w/ serial
numbers 570-005000 thru 570-005256.
Is there constant
resistance on pedals?
Brake is shorted to the chassis. Eliminate
short or replace brake.
Yes
No
Does display beep
during a button press or when
pedaling is initiated?
Six (6) pin telco is insecure:
Replace or Secure.
Yes
No
Is eight (8) pin telco
cable secure?
No
Secure
Yes
Is three (3) pin
generator cable
secure?
No
Yes
Secure
Replace lower PCB. If
ineffective, replace
upper PCB.
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Status
Query
No Lights
On Display
When
Pedaling
Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s w/ serial numbers
570-005257 and above (except units equipped w/
Cardio-Key).
Do you have
the AC adapter for
the unit?
No
Is ribbon
cable connected
securely to both
PCBs?
Yes
Yes
Is 3-pin
brake cable
connected securely
between brake and
lower PCB?
No
Yes
Yes
Does
display light up
with AC adapter
plugged in?
No
Secure ribbon cable
connection.
Is 3-pin
brake cable
connected securely
between brake and
lower PCB?
Action
No
Yes
Is ribbon
cable connected
securely to both
PCBs?
Secure 3-pin brake
cable connection.
Replace lower PCB. If
problem persists,
replace upper PCB.
No
Yes
Replace lower PCB. If
problem persists,
replace upper PCB.
Secure 3-pin brake
cable connection.
No
Secure ribbon cable
connection.
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Query
Status
Action
Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s w/ serial
numbers 570-005000 thru 510-005256.
No
Resistance
Lights on display
while exercising?
Refer To "No Lights On
Display when Pedaling"
Flowchart
No
Yes
When in a
program, does display
report RPM's?
Is three (3) pin
cable connection
from JP1 to brake
secure?
No
No
Clear EEPROM. If Ineffective,
replace lower PCB.
Yes
Yes
Does Brake LED on
lower PCB (D38) illuminate
when brake command is
given?
No
Secure
Is six (6) pin telco
cable secure?
Yes
No
Secure
Replace upper PCB.
Yes
Is two (2) pin brake
cable secure?
No
Secure
Yes
Is resistance
across two (2) pin
brake header 9 -11
Ohms ?
No
Yes
Replace brake.
0 Ohms = Short,
< 1000 Ohms = Open
Replace lower PCB.
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Query
Status
Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s w/ serial numbers
570-005257 and above (except units equipped w/
Cardio-Key).
No
Resistance
Lights on display
while exercising?
Action
Note: When measuring
brake voltage on the brake
header or the lower PCB the
AC voltage depends on the
speed of the brake, which
can range from 0 to 400
VAC~.
Refer To "No Lights On
Display when Pedaling"
Flowchart
No
Yes
When exercising
in a program, does
display report
RPM's?
Is 3-pin
cable connection
from JP1 to brake
secure?
No
Yes
Yes
Does PWM
LED on lower PCB
illuminate when
exercising in
a progam
Is
ribbon cable
secure?
No
No
Secure
No
Secure
All 3 phases
generating voltage at 3-pin
header on brake(measure
VAC, frame to
each phase)
Replace
Brake
Yes
Yes
Yes
Does Brake
LED on lower PCB
illuminate when
exercising in
a progam
No
Replace upper PCB.
Replace lower PCB
No
See note
AC voltage
present on all 3 pins of
JP1 lower PCB (measure
VAC, frame to
each pin)
See note
No
Yes
Is
two (2) pin
brake cable
secure?
Yes
No
Replace Cable
Secure
Replace lower
PCB
Yes
Is resistance
across two (2) pin
brake header
8 -15 ohms ?
No
Yes
Replace brake.
0 Ohms = Short,
< 1000 Ohms = Open
Replace lower PCB.
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Query
Status
Action
No Contact
Heart Rate
Reading
Are you in Heart
Rate program?
Heart Rate program requires
use of wireless chest strap
transmitter.
Yes
No
Both hands must be used to
get contact heart rate reading.
No
Are both hands
being used on grips
simultaneously?
Yes
No
Each wire
connected
securely to the
back of a silver
plate?
Each wire
should have
continuity with one silver
plate. Continuity between
silver plate and opposite
end of contact grip
cable? **
Yes
No
Yes
Secure connection to silver
plates.
Replace contact grip cables.
** Move cable around when taking continuity readings.
This way if there is a short in the cable, it may be found.
Yes
Is combo
or contact
heart rate PCB
plugged securely
into upper
PCB?
No
Replace combo or contact
heart rate PCB. If problem
persists, replace upper PCB.
Secure connection to combo or
contact heart rate PCB and
upper PCB.
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Status
Query
Action
Intermittent
Contact
Heart Rate
Reading
Both hands
kept on contact
grips during
workout?
Yes
No
Each wire
connected
securely to the
back of a silver
plate?
Each wire
should have
continuity with one silver
plate. Continuity between
silver plate and opposite
end of contact grip
cable? **
** Move cable around when taking continuity readings.
This way if there is a short in the cable, it may be found.
Is combo
or contact
heart rate PCB
plugged securely
into upper
PCB?
Both hands must remain on
contact grips to get an accurate
contact heart rate reading.
Secure connection to silver
plates.
Replace contact grip cables.
Replace combo or contact
heart rate PCB. If problem
persists, replace upper PCB.
Secure connection to combo or
contact heart rate PCB and
upper PCB.
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C.
User Setup (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s thru serial number 570005256.)
User Setup provides club owners and managers with certain information
about their equipment and enables them to customize certain features.
Provide power to the console by either plugging the wall pack into the
machine and outlet or working out at a low level on the machine. Press
and hold SCAN and ENTER for three (3) seconds to enter User Setup.
Press ENTER to move from one parameter to the next parameter.
1. Language: Toggles between English and German. Use the UP or
DOWN keys to select the appropriate language.
2. Model: Displays the model of the machine that is set in the console. If
the wrong model of machine is defined, the unit will not calculate
resistance, watts, and distance correctly.
3. Version High: Displays the upper console’s software version in the
Time window.
4. Version Low: Displays the lower PCB firmware version in the Time
window. If this version number is zero, no communication has been
established between the upper and lower boards.
5. Unit of Measure: Toggles between metric and U.S. units of measure.
Use the UP or DOWN keys to select the appropriate unit of measure.
6. Communications Mode: Toggles between Cardio Key and Csafe
Comm. Use the UP or DOWN keys to select the appropriate
communications mode.
7. Message: If a message has not been entered or is invalid, the upper
display will show “NO MESSAGE”. The TIME window will display the
message screen number. The screen number range is ct1 through
ct25. Each message screen has 10 characters so the total message
can have up to 250 characters.
To enter a message, use UP and DOWN to select the appropriate
character. Characters available include the entire alphabet, numbers 0
through 9, punctuation, and a few other symbols. Press PAUSE to
move the cursor to the right and START to shift the cursor to the left.
To enter a blank space, press PAUSE without using the UP and
DOWN keys to select a character. Press ENTER to save a message
and go to the next of the 25 screens. The only method of accessing
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previous screens is to enter the User Setup again and move through
all the parameters. Pressing ENTER for any message that is empty or
invalid will tell the system that message number is the ending message
and the scrolling will stop with the previously set message. Pressing
ENTER on the 25th screen, the program will advance to the next
parameter (Hour Meter) since that is the end of the available memory.
To edit an existing message, access the appropriate screen by
pressing ENTER. When at the appropriate screen, press PAUSE to
move the cursor to the right and START to shift the cursor to the left.
Use UP and DOWN to change the character. Press ENTER to save a
message and go to the next screen. Pressing SCAN while editing a
message will clear an existing message.
8. Hour Meter: Displays the elapsed run time in days, hours, and minutes.
Days are shown on the upper display. Hours and minutes are shown
in the TIME window.
Press ENTER to exit User Setup.
D.
User Setup (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s with serial numbers
570-005257 and above.)
User Setup provides club owners and managers with certain information
about their equipment and enables them to customize certain features.
Provide power to the console by either plugging the wall pack into the
machine and outlet or working out at a low level on the machine. Press
and hold SCAN and ENTER for three (3) seconds to enter User Setup.
Press ENTER to move from one parameter to the next parameter.
1. Language: Toggles between English and German. Use the UP or
DOWN keys to select the appropriate language.
2. Model: Displays the model of the machine that is set in the console. If
the wrong model of machine is defined, the unit will not calculate
resistance, watts, and distance correctly.
3. Version High: Displays the upper console’s software version in the
Time window.
4. Unit of Measure: Toggles between US Units and Metric. Use the UP
or DOWN keys to select appropriate measure.
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5. Message: If a message has not been entered or is invalid, the upper
display will show “NO MESSAGE”. The TIME window will display the
message screen number. The screen number range is ct1 through
ct25. Each message screen has 10 characters so the total message
can have up to 250 characters.
To enter a message, use UP and DOWN keys to select the appropriate
character. Characters available include the entire alphabet, numbers 0
through 9, punctuation, and a few other symbols. Press PAUSE to
move the cursor to the right and START to shift the cursor to the left.
To enter a blank space, press PAUSE without using the UP and
DOWN keys to select a character. Press ENTER to save a message
and go to the next of the 25 screens. The only method of accessing
previous screens is to enter the User Setup again and move through
all the parameters. Pressing ENTER for any message that is empty or
invalid will tell the system that message number is the ending message
and the scrolling will stop with the previously set message. Pressing
ENTER on the 25th screen, the program will advance to the next
parameter (Hour Meter) since that is the end of the available memory.
To edit an existing message, access the appropriate screen by
pressing ENTER. When at the appropriate screen, press PAUSE to
move the cursor to the right and START to shift the cursor to the left.
Use UP and DOWN keys to change the next character. Press ENTER
to save a message and go to the next screen. Pressing SCAN while
editing a message will clear an existing message.
6. Hour Meter: Displays the elapsed run time in days, hours, and minutes.
Days are shown on the upper display. Hours and minutes are shown
in the TIME window.
7. Mets: Toggles between Mets On and Mets Off. Use the UP or DOWN
keys to select the appropriate function.
8. Watts Multiplier: Displays the variable at which watts are multiplied.
This is only for certified ergometer calibration.
9. Key: Toggles between Key On and Key Off. With the key turned on,
the machine will only work when a FITKEY is inserted. Use the UP or
DOWN keys to select the appropriate function.
Press ENTER to update and exit User Setup.
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V.
Adjustments and Parts Replacement
A.
Upper PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s with
serial numbers thru 570-005256.)
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) display mounting screws
on the back of the display mounting plate.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB and remove the upper
console assembly from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall into
the neck of the unit.
3. Remove the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console using a Philips screwdriver. This will free the upper PCB and
overlay from the plastic console. Do not touch any components on the
upper PCB. Touching components could cause static damage. If
the heart rate PCB is still plugged into the upper PCB, unplug it now.
4. Remove the six (6) standoffs from the upper PCB. This may require the
use of a 5/16” nut driver or socket. The upper PCB will separate from the
overlay.
5. Install the new upper PCB and replace standoffs. If your unit had two (2)
plastic standoffs, these need to be placed back at the bottom of the new
upper PCB.
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6. Plug the heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs into the
centermost, 3-pin Molex header.
7. Reinsert the upper PCB assembly into the front of the console.
8. Reinstall the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console.
9. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB.
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck
of the unit. This plugs into the outermost, 3-pin Molex header next
to the wireless heart rate PCB header.
• When looking at the back of the upper PCB, the Telco cables plug
in along the left edge. The 6-pin plugs into the top plug and the 8pin plugs into the bottom plug.
• If your unit has Cardio Key, the cable plugs into the serial port,
which is the 4-pin Molex header lower right corner.
• If your unit has Broadcast Vision, Cardio Theater, etc., the cable
connects to the 8-pin header located at the bottom center of the
upper PCB.
10. Place the display assembly back onto the mounting plate and install the
four (4) display mounting screws.
11. The model of machine must be defined. (Rotate the pedals to power up
the upper display to perform this next procedure.) When the display lights
up, see if “ELLIPTICAL” appears in the top window. If so, use the UP
arrow until the correct setting is displayed for your unit. The correct
setting for the ISO7000R is “BI RCMBT”. Press ENTER to save. If no
unit type appears in the top window upon power up, the display has
probably been preset at the factory. To verify this, hold the SCAN and
ENTER buttons at the same time until a language type appears, then
release. With either “ENGLISH” or “GERMAN” displayed, press ENTER
to display the unit type. If the unit type is correct, press ENTER seven
times to exit the mode. If the correct unit type is not displayed, press
ENTER seven times to exit the mode, then follow step 12 to correct.
12. Press SCAN, SELECT, and PAUSE for five to six seconds to clear the EProm on the upper PCB. “ELLIPTICAL” will appear in the top window.
Use the UP or DOWN arrow keys until the correct unit setting is
displayed. Once the correct setting appears in the top window, press
ENTER to save and exit.
Cardio Key/ Broadcast or Cardio Theatre Set Up: If you have Cardio
Key, Broadcast Theatre, or Cardio Theatre, press SCAN and ENTER at
the same time until a language type appears. Press ENTER five times
until “CARDIO KEY” or “CSAFE COMM” appear in the top window. Use
the UP or DOWN arrow to toggle between settings. The setting for Cardio
Key is “CARDIO KEY”. The correct setting for Broadcast or Cardio
Theatre is “CSAFE COMM”. Press ENTER three times to exit the mode.
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B.
Upper PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s with
serial numbers 570-005257 thru 570-005295.)
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) display mounting screws
on the back of the display mounting plate.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB and remove the upper
console assembly from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall into
the neck of the unit.
3. Remove the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console, using a Philips screwdriver. This will free the upper PCB and
overlay from the plastic console. Do not touch any components on the
upper PCB. Touching components could cause static damage. If the
wireless heart rate PCB is still plugged into the upper PCB, unplug it.
4. Remove the six (6) standoffs from the upper PCB. This may require the
use of a 5/16” nut driver or socket. The upper PCB will separate from the
overlay.
5. Install the new upper PCB and replace standoffs.
6. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB (as shown above).
• Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB.
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the top, 3-pin header on the right side of
the upper PCB, above the wireless heart rate header.
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The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the
right side of the upper PCB.
• If your unit has Broadcast Vision, Cardio Theater, etc., the cable
connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power header. When looking at the
upper PCB from the front, this header is located on the lower right
backside corner of the upper PCB (as shown above).
7. Reinsert the upper PCB assembly into the front of the console.
8. Reinstall the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console.
9. Place the display assembly back onto the mounting plate and install the
four (4) display mounting screws.
10. The model of machine must be defined. (Rotate the pedals to power up
the upper display to perform this next procedure.) When the display lights
up, see if “UNDEFINED” appears in the top window. If so, use the UP
arrow until the correct setting is displayed for your unit. The correct
setting for your unit is “BI RCMBT” or “ISO7000R”. If no unit type
appears in the top window upon power up, the display has probably been
preset at the factory. To verify this, hold the SCAN, SELECT, and PAUSE
for three seconds until “FACTORY SETTINGS” appears, then release.
Do not continue to hold keys once this appears. Press ENTER once.
If “BI RCMBT” or “ISO7000R” appears in the top window, press ENTER
eight (8) times until “UPDATING” appears. If “BI RCMBT” or
“ISO7000R” doesn’t appear in the top window, press and hold SELECT
and the UP or DOWN arrow simultaneously until “BI RCMBT” or
“ISO7000R” does appear.
11. Verify operations of the unit by using different programs.
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C.
Upper PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s with
serial numbers 570-5296 thru 570-005408.)
1. Remove the five (5) console screws in the console back (P2304), using a
Philips screwdriver.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB (P2160) and remove
console face (P2303) from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall
into the neck of the unit.
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3. Remove the six (6) screws holding the upper PCB to the console face.
This will free the upper PCB and overlay from the plastic console. Do not
touch any components on the upper PCB. Touching components
could cause static damage.
4. Install the new upper PCB.
5. Reinsert the six (6) screws through the upper PCB and into the console
face. Tighten.
6. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB.
• Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB (as
shown in the drawing).
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the top, 3-pin header on the right side of the
upper PCB, above the wireless heart rate header (as shown in the
drawing).
• The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the right
side of the upper PCB (as shown in the drawing).
• The FITKEY ribbon cable (P2418) plugs into the FITKEY ribbon cable
header on the upper PCB. This header is located just above the
contact heart rate header (as shown in the drawing).
• There are two (2) gray Telco cables. The cable from the 8VDC jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power
header on the upper PCB. The other cable from the COMM jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, C-Safe header.
7. Verify connections.
8. Match the console and face up to each other and install the five (5)
console screws, using a Philips screwdriver.
9. The model of machine must be defined. (Rotate the pedals to power up
the upper display to perform this next procedure.) When the display lights
up, see if “UNDEFINED” appears in the top window. If so, use the UP
arrow until the correct setting is displayed for your unit. The correct
setting for your unit is “BI RCMBT” or “ISO7000R”. If no unit type
appears in the top window upon power up, the display has probably been
preset at the factory. To verify this, hold the SCAN, SELECT, and PAUSE
for three seconds until “FACTORY SETTINGS” appears, then release.
Do not continue to hold keys once this appears. Press ENTER once.
If “BI RCMBT” or “ISO7000R” appears in the top window, press ENTER
eight (8) times until “UPDATING” appears. If “BI RCMBT” or
“ISO7000R” doesn’t appear in the top window, press and hold SELECT
and the UP or DOWN arrow simultaneously until “BI RCMBT” or
“ISO7000R” does appear.
10. Verify operations of the unit by using different programs.
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D.
Upper (Display) PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial numbers 570-005409 and above.)
1. Remove the five (5) console screws in the console back (P2304), using a
Philips screwdriver.
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2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB (P2160) and remove
console face (P2303) from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall
into the neck of the unit.
3. Remove the six (6) screws holding the upper PCB to the console face.
This will free the upper PCB and overlay from the plastic console. Do not
touch any components on the upper PCB. Touching components
could cause static damage.
4. Install the new upper PCB.
5. Reinsert the six (6) screws through the upper PCB and into the console
face. Tighten.
6. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB.
• Plug the combo heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB (as
shown as wireless heart rate header in the drawing).
• The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the
right side of the upper PCB (as shown in the drawing).
• The FITKEY ribbon cable (P2418) plugs into the FITKEY ribbon
cable header on the upper PCB. This header is located just above
the contact heart rate header (as shown in the drawing).
• There are two (2) gray Telco cables. The cable from the 8VDC jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power
header on the upper PCB. The other cable from the COMM jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, C-Safe header.
7. Verify connections.
8. Match the console and face up to each other and install the five (5)
console screws, using a Philips screwdriver.
9. The model of machine must be defined. (Rotate the pedals to power up
the upper display to perform this next procedure.) When the display lights
up, see if “UNDEFINED” appears in the top window. If so, use the UP
arrow until the correct setting is displayed for your unit. The correct
setting for your unit is “BI RCMBT” or “ISO7000R”. If no unit type
appears in the top window upon power up, the display has probably been
preset at the factory. To verify this, hold the SCAN, SELECT, and PAUSE
for three seconds until “FACTORY SETTINGS” appears, then release.
Do not continue to hold keys once this appears. Press ENTER once.
If “BI RCMBT” or “ISO7000R” appears in the top window, press ENTER
eight (8) times until “UPDATING” appears. If “BI RCMBT” or
“ISO7000R” doesn’t appear in the top window, press and hold SELECT
and the UP or DOWN arrow simultaneously until “BI RCMBT” or
“ISO7000R” does appear.
10. Verify operations of the unit by using different programs.
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E.
Lower PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s thru
serial number 570-005256.)
1. Remove the water bottle holder (P1092), if mounted to cover, and right
cover (S1730). A Philips screwdriver is used on the newer units, while a
1/8” Allen wrench is needed for the older units.
2. Slide the cover over the right crank arm (P1191-1) and right pedal (P2273)
until it is completely free of the unit.
3. Remove the four (4) lower PCB mounting nuts, located on the right side of
the monocoque (silver framework), using a 5/16” socket or wrench.
4. Lay the unit over on its right side.
5. Lift the lower PCB (P1559) up slightly and pull out the bottom of the unit.
One zip-tie may need to be cut to give the wires enough slack to remove
the lower PCB from the bottom of the unit. Make sure you are grounded
when handling electronics. Do not touch any components on the
lower PCB. Static damage can occur.
6. Disconnect all wires running to the lower PCB.
7. Using a Philips screwdriver, transfer the standoffs from the old lower PCB
to the new lower PCB. To remove a standoff, unscrew the Philips screw
and star washer running through each corner of the lower PCB.
8. Reconnect all wires to the lower PCB. Confirm connections with the lower
PCB picture on the next page.
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9. Install lower PCB back inside unit. Push the threaded ends of the
standoffs through the mounting holes. Attach mounting nuts to each
standoff and tighten.
10. Verify all connections on the lower PCB are secure.
11. Return unit to the upright position.
12. Rotate the crank arms to see if the upper display lights up. If display lights
up, do an operations test. Use different programs to verify unit is working
correctly.
13. Reinstall cover.
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F.
Lower PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for ISO7000R’s with
serial numbers 570-005257 and above.)
1. Remove the water bottle holder, if mounted to cover, and right cover
(S1730). A Philips screwdriver is used on the newer units, while a 1/8”
Allen wrench is needed for the older units.
2. Slide the cover over the right crank arm (P1191-1) and right pedal (P2273)
until it is completely free of the unit.
3. Remove the four (4) lower PCB mounting nuts, located on the right side of
the monocoque (silver framework), using a 5/16” socket or wrench.
4. Lay the unit over on its right side.
5. Lift the lower PCB (P2161) up slightly and pull out the bottom of the unit.
One zip-tie may need to be cut to give the wires enough slack to remove
the lower PCB from the bottom of the unit. Make sure you are grounded
when handling electronics. Do not touch any components on the
lower PCB. Static damage can occur.
6. Disconnect all wires running to the lower PCB.
7. Using a Philips screwdriver, transfer the standoffs from the old lower PCB
to the new lower PCB. To remove a standoff, unscrew the Philips screw
and star washer running through each corner of the lower PCB.
8. Reconnect all wires to the lower PCB. Confirm connections with the lower
PCB picture on the next page.
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9. Install lower PCB back inside unit. Push the threaded ends of the
standoffs through the mounting holes. Attach mounting nuts to each
standoff and tighten.
10. Verify all connections on the lower PCB are secure.
11. Return unit to the upright position.
12. Rotate the crank arms to see if the upper display lights up. If display lights
up, do an operations test. Use different programs to verify unit is working
correctly.
13. Reinstall cover.
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G.
Battery Replacement
1. Lay the unit on its right side and locate the battery.
2. Remove the three (3) Philips screws running through the battery mounting
bracket (A1570).
3. Pull the battery out the bottom of the unit.
4. Disconnect the two (2) wires connected to the battery.
5. Connect the two (2) wires to the new battery. The red wire connects to
the positive terminal while the black wire connects to the negative
terminal.
6. Install the new battery.
7. Install the battery mounting bracket.
8. Insert the three (3) screws through the battery mounting bracket and
tighten down.
9. Verify connections and stand the unit upright.
10. Test unit operations.
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H.
Wireless Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial numbers thru 570-005256.)
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) display screws on the
back of the display mounting plate.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB and remove the upper
console assembly from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall into
the neck of the unit.
3. Remove the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console using a Philips screwdriver. This will free the upper PCB and
overlay from the plastic console. Do not touch any components on the
upper PCB. Touching components could cause static damage. If the
wireless heart rate PCB is still plugged into the upper PCB, unplug it now.
4. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the center, countersunk screw that
mounts the wireless heart rate bracket.
5. Cut the zip-tie holding the wireless heart rate PCB to the bracket.
6. Mount the new wireless heart rate PCB onto the bracket (as shown in the
picture at the top of the page).
7. Reinstall the wireless heart rate assembly back into the console but do not
tighten in screw all the way down. When looking at the console from the
front, rotate the wireless heart rate PCB clockwise about ten (10) degrees.
When properly installed, the wireless heart rate PCB should be completely
vertical. Tighten the screw to lock in place.
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8. Reinstall the upper display assembly. When looking at the console
assembly from the backside, loop the wireless heart rate cable around the
lower right standoff. Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper
PCB. It plugs into the centermost, 3-pin Molex header.
9. Reinstall the two (2), outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console.
10. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB.
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the outermost, 3-pin Molex header next to the
wireless heart rate PCB header.
• When looking at the back of the upper PCB, the Telco cables plug in
along the left edge. The 6-pin plugs into the top plug and the 8-pin
plugs into the bottom plug.
• If your unit has Cardio Key, the cable plugs into the serial port, which is
the 4-pin Molex header lower right corner.
• If your unit has Broadcast Vision, Cardio Theater, etc., the cable
connects to the 8-pin header located at the bottom center of the upper
PCB.
11. Place the display assembly back onto the mounting plate and install the
four (4) display screws.
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I.
Wireless Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial numbers 570-005257 thru 570-005295.)
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) display mounting screws
on the back of the display mounting plate.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB (P2160) and remove the
upper console assembly from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall
into the neck of the unit.
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3. Remove the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console, using a Philips screwdriver. This will free the upper PCB and
overlay (P1560) from the plastic console. Do not touch any
components on the upper PCB. Touching components could cause
static damage. If the wireless heart rate PCB (P2501) is still plugged into
the upper PCB, unplug it.
4. Locate the wireless heart rate PCB mounting location.
5. Peel the old wireless heart rate PCB from the console.
6. Clean the wireless heart rate PCB mounting location.
7. Apply adhesive to the back of the wireless heart rate PCB.
8. Mount the wireless heart rate PCB.
9. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB (as shown at the top of this
procedure).
• Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB (as
shown above).
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the top, 3-pin header on the right side of the
upper PCB, above the wireless heart rate header.
• The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the right
side of the upper PCB.
• If your unit has Broadcast Vision, Cardio Theater, etc., the cable
connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power header. When looking at the
upper PCB from the front, this header is located on the lower right
backside corner of the upper PCB (as shown above).
10. Reinsert the upper PCB assembly into the front of the console.
11. Reinstall the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console.
12. Place the display assembly back onto the mounting plate and install the
four (4) display mounting screws.
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J.
Wireless Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial numbers 570-005296 thru 570-005408.)
1. Remove the five (5) console screws in the console back (P2304), using a
Philips screwdriver.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB (P2160) and remove
console face (P2303) from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall
into the neck of the unit.
3. Locate the wireless heart rate mounting location.
4. Peel the old wireless heart rate PCB (P2501) from the console face.
5. Clean the wireless heart rate mounting location.
6. Apply adhesive to the back of the wireless heart rate PCB.
7. Mount the wireless heart rate PCB.
8. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB (as shown below).
• Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB (as
shown in the drawing).
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the top, 3-pin header on the right side of the
upper PCB, above the wireless heart rate header (as shown in the
drawing).
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•
•
The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the right
side of the upper PCB (as shown in the drawing).
The FITKEY ribbon cable (P2418) plugs into the FITKEY ribbon cable
header on the upper PCB. This header is located just above the
contact heart rate header (as shown in the drawing).
There are two (2) gray Telco cables. The cable from the 8VDC jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power
header on the upper PCB. The other cable from the COMM jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, C-Safe
communications header.
9. Verify connections.
10. Match the console and face up to each other and install the five (5)
console screws, using a Philips screwdriver.
11. Test operation of the unit and wireless heart rate.
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K.
Contact Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial numbers thru 570-005256.)
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) display mounting screws
on the back of the display mounting plate.
2. Disconnect all cables running from the neck of the unit to the upper PCB
and remove the upper console assembly from the unit. Make sure the
cables do not fall into the neck of the unit.
3. Pop the grommet out of the hole leading down into the neck of the unit.
4. Pull the small, round, black or gray-jacketed cable that connects to the
contact heart rate PCB (P2222) up through the hole in the neck until you
see two (2) connection points.
5. Disconnect each connection by pressing down on the raised tabs and
pulling the cables apart. Do not let the cables fall down into the neck
of the unit.
6. Install the new contact heart rate PCB. Line up the connectors. The hook
on the contact heart rate PCB cable header should line up with the raised
tab on the other cable. Push the connections together until they snap in
place.
7. Remove the anti-static foam from the old contact heart rate PCB and
install on the new one.
8. Reinsert the contact heart rate PCB into the neck of the unit.
9. Run the cables through the center of the grommet. Reinstall the grommet
into the hole of the neck.
10. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB.
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the outermost, 3-pin Molex header next to
where the wireless heart rate PCB plugs into.
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•
When looking at the back of the upper PCB, the Telco cables plug in
along the left edge. The 6-pin plugs into the top plug and the 8-pin
plugs into the bottom plug.
• If your unit has Cardio Key, the cable plugs into the serial port, which is
the 4-pin Molex header lower right corner.
• If your unit has Broadcast Vision, Cardio Theater, etc., the cable
connects to the 8-pin header located at the bottom center of the upper
PCB.
11. Place the console assembly back onto the mounting plate and install the
four (4) display mounting screws.
L.
Contact Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial numbers 570-005257 thru 570-005295.)
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) display mounting screws
on the back of the display mounting plate.
2. Remove the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console (A1537), using a Philips screwdriver. This will free the upper PCB
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(P2160) and overlay (P1560) from the plastic console. Do not touch any
components on the upper PCB. Touching components could cause
static damage.
3. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB and remove the upper
console assembly from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall into
the neck of the unit.
4. Pop the grommet out of the hole leading down into the neck of the unit.
5. Pull the small, round, black or gray-jacketed cable that connects to the
contact heart rate PCB (P2222) up through the hole in the neck until you
see two (2) connection points.
6. Disconnect each connection by pressing down on the raised tabs and
pulling the cables apart. Do not let the cables fall down into the neck
of the unit.
7. Install the new contact heart rate PCB. Line up the connectors. The hook
on the contact heart rate PCB cable header should line up with the raised
tab on the other cable. Push the connections together until they snap in
place.
8. Remove the anti-static foam from the old contact heart rate PCB and
install on the new one.
9. Reinsert the contact heart rate PCB into the neck of the unit.
10. Run the cables through the center of the grommet.
11. Reinstall the grommet into the hole of the neck.
12. Reinsert cables through the hole in the back of the console.
13. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB (as shown at top of this
procedure).
• Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB (as
shown above).
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the top, 3-pin header on the right side of the
upper PCB, above the wireless heart rate header.
• The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the right
side of the upper PCB.
• If your unit has Broadcast Vision, Cardio Theater, etc., the cable
connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power header. When looking at the
upper PCB from the front, this header is located on the lower right
backside corner of the upper PCB (as shown above).
14. Reinsert the upper PCB assembly into the front of the console.
15. Reinstall the two (2) outer countersunk screws in the back of the plastic
console.
16. Place the display assembly back onto the mounting plate and install the
four (4) display mounting screws.
17. Verify operations of the contact heart rate by using different programs
except Heart Rate Control program. The Heart Rate Control program
requires the use of a wireless chest strap.
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M.
Contact Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial number 570-005296 thru 570-005408.)
1. Remove the five (5) console screws in the console back (P2304), using a
Philips screwdriver.
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2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB (P2160) and remove
console face (P2303) from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall
into the neck of the unit.
3. Remove the four (4) display mounting screws to remove the console back
from the mounting plate. Make sure the cables do not fall into the neck
of the unit.
4. Pop the grommet out of the hole leading down into the neck of the unit.
5. Pull the small, round, black or gray-jacketed cable that connects to the
contact heart rate PCB (P2222) up through the hole in the neck until you
see two (2) connection points.
6. Disconnect each connection by pressing down on the raised tabs and
pulling the cables apart. Do not let the cables fall down into the neck
of the unit.
7. Install the new contact heart rate PCB. Line up connectors. The hook on
the contact heart rate PCB cable header should line up with the raised tab
on the other cable. Push connections together until they snap in place.
8. Remove the anti-static foam from the old contact heart rate PCB and
install on the new one.
9. Reinsert the contact heart rate PCB into the neck of the unit.
10. Run the cables through the center of the grommet. Reinstall the grommet
into the hole of the neck.
11. Run cables through the hole in the console back.
12. Mount console back by reinstalling the four (4) display mounting screws.
13. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB (as shown at the top of procedure).
• Plug the wireless heart rate PCB back into the upper PCB. It plugs
into the bottom 3-pin header on the right side of the upper PCB (as
shown in the drawing).
• The contact heart rate PCB has a cable coming up from the neck of
the unit. This plugs into the top, 3-pin header on the right side of the
upper PCB, above the wireless heart rate header (as shown in the
drawing).
• The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the right
side of the upper PCB (as shown in the drawing).
• The FITKEY ribbon cable (P2418) plugs into the FITKEY ribbon cable
header on the upper PCB. This header is located just above the
contact heart rate header (as shown in the drawing).
• There are two (2) gray Telco cables. The cable from the 8VDC jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power
header on the upper PCB. The other cable from the COMM jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, C-Safe header.
14. Verify connections.
15. Match the console and face up to each other and install the five (5)
console screws, using a Philips screwdriver.
16. Verify operations of the contact heart rate by using different programs
except the Heart Rate Control program. The Heart Rate Control program
requires the use of a wireless chest strap.
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N.
Combo Heart Rate PCB Replacement (Use this procedure for
ISO7000R’s with serial number 570-005409 and above.)
1. Remove the five (5) console screws in the console back (P2304), using a
Philips screwdriver.
2. Disconnect all cables running to the upper PCB (P2160) and remove
console face (P2303) from the unit. Make sure the cables do not fall
into the neck of the unit.
3. Disconnect the three (3) cables connected to combo heart rate PCB
(P2308). Do not remove cable tie holding the wires in place.
4. Remove old combo heart rate PCB. This is held on by hook-and-loop
tape (Velcro).
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5. Install new combo heart rate PCB in location shown in the drawing at the
top of this procedure. Note: The placement is very critical. The
antenna will not pick up a wireless transmitter if the placement is off.
6. Plug the hand grip cables (P2772) into the new combo heart rate PCB.
Note: The top pin is not used. The cable header with the “L” written
on it plugs into the next two prongs of the contact heart rate header.
The next pin is not used. The cable header with the “R” gets
plugged into the bottom two prongs.
7. Plug the heart rate cable (P2309) back into the combo heart rate PCB.
Note: This plugs into the top three prongs of the heart rate to upper
PCB header. The bottom four (4) prongs are not used.
8. Plug the other end of the heart rate cable into the wireless heart rate
header on the upper PCB (P2160). See picture below.
9. Reconnect all cables to the upper PCB.
• The ribbon cable plugs into the bottom ribbon cable header on the right
side of the upper PCB (as shown in the drawing).
• The FITKEY ribbon cable (P2418) plugs into the FITKEY ribbon cable
header on the upper PCB. This header is located just above the
contact heart rate header (as shown in the drawing).
• There are two (2) gray Telco cables. The cable from the 8VDC jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, +8VDC power
header on the upper PCB. The other cable from the COMM jack
affixed to the console back connects to the 8-pin, C-Safe
communications header.
10. Test operation using the contact grips then a chest strap. Note: Contact
Grips do not work in Heart Rate program.
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O.
Contact Grip Replacement
1. Insert the head of a small flathead screwdriver between the black plastic
grip and contact grip end cap. Pry the end cap off and set aside.
2. Insert the head of the screwdriver under the corner of each silver plate
and pry away from the black plastic grip. Note: There are cables
connected to each plate.
3. Disconnect the contact grip cable from each silver contact plate. Do not
let the cables fall inside the handlebars.
4. Using a small Philips screwdriver, remove the two screws that run through
the center of each black plastic grip. Do not lose the nuts that are on
the opposite side of the black plastic grip as the screw heads.
5. Remove the black plastic grips.
6. Position new black plastic grips and reinstall the screws and nuts in each.
Be careful not to over-tighten the screws as this will cause the black
plastic grip to break.
7. Reconnect the contact grip cable to each silver contact plate. Note: The
cable with the white stripe connects to the silver plate which
contacts the palm.
8. Insert silver plate back into the channel in the black plastic grip. Make
sure not to pinch the cables under the silver contact plate.
9. Install contact grip end cap.
10. Test the unit in different programs to verify operation. Do not use the
Heart Rate program as it requires the use of a wireless chest strap.
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P.
Brake Replacement
Removal
1. Remove covers and water bottle holder, if mounted to the covers. A
Philips screwdriver is used to remove the covers on newer units. For
older units, a 1/8” Allen wrench or socket is required.
2. Remove the cover support (A1546), using a ½” wrench or socket. Four
(4) bolts are located at the top of the support and two (2) at the bottom.
Older machine only had two (2) bolts located at the top.
3. Disconnect both cables connecting to the brake. One cable connection is
located inside the monocoque and connects to the coil on the bottom of
the brake. The other cable runs up the outside of the left side panel of the
monocoque and connects to the brake.
4. Mark the position of the brake on the sides of the monocoque. Four (4)
brake mounting bolts are located on the outside of the monocoque.
5. Loosen the four (4) black 10mm bolts mounting the brake (S1906) to the
monocoque.
6. Back the brake tension bolt (P1862) off, four (4) to five (5) turns to relieve
belt tension. On newer machines, a 3/8” wrench is used. The older
machines require a 5/32” Allen wrench.
7. Loosen the two (2) bolts that mount the tensioning bar for the brake
(A1538) to finger-tight. The tensioning bar will later be used as a handle
to remove the brake.
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8. Remove the four (4) black 10mm bolts mounting the brake (S1906) to the
monocoque. The brake will be supported by the two (2) tensioning bar
bolts, which should be finger-tight from the previous step.
9. Remove the Poly-V belt from the brake pulley (P1576).
10. Make sure all wires to the brake are disconnected and out of the way.
11. While holding the tensioning bar firmly, remove the tensioning bar bolts.
Warning: The brake weighs approximately 40 lbs.
12. While holding the tensioning bar with one hand, cradle the bottom of the
brake with the other hand. Pull the brake towards you, channeling the
idler pulley through the obstructions on the sides of the brake.
Installation
Installation is reversal of the removal procedure with the following exceptions:
1. Verify the Philips shipping screws have been removed from new brake.
2. Remove tension bolt and brake tensioning bar from the old brake and
install on the new brake.
3. Before installation of the belt, return brake to original position marked on
the sides of the monocoque. This action will preset the brake belt tension
to its original setting. When the brake is at its original position, tighten the
four (4) black 10mm bolts. Make sure all other bolts are tight and the
cover brace is in place before the belt is installed on the brake pulley.
4. Place the belt onto the brake pulley. Loop the belt under the idler
(P1091). Start the belt onto the back of the poly-v pulley (P1097). Move
the crank arm in a forward motion to rotate the drive pulley, thus feeding
the belt onto the drive pulley. Warning: Keep hands clear of the
underside of the belt. Failure to do so could result in serious injury,
including the loss of a finger. There will be approximately 110 lbs. of
tension on the belt. If necessary, use a blunt object to push the belt
when feeding it onto the drive pulley. Make sure the belt is in all grooves
on the pulleys and is not rubbing on the side of the brake or idler. If it is
rubbing, use a flat-head screwdriver to move the belt over on the poly-v
pulley while rotating until the belt is centered.
5. Reattach wires to the brake.
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Q.
Idler Replacement
1. Remove the brake by following steps 1-12 of the removal section of the
brake replacement procedure.
2. Using a 9/16” socket, remove the nut and lock washer holding the idler to
the monocoque. This is located in the right outer side of the monocoque.
3. Remove the bolt that runs through the center of the idler.
4. Insert the bolt through the idler and back into mounting hole.
5. Install the lock washer and nut onto the idler mounting bolt. Tighten nut.
6. Reinstall the brake assembly by following steps 1-5 in the installation
section of the brake replacement procedure.
R.
Crank Arm Removal / Replacement
1. Remove the crank bolt (P1081), using an 8mm Allen wrench.
2. Pull the crank arm (P1191-1 for right side or P1191-2 for the left side) off
the end of the spindle crank shaft. In some instances, this may require the
use of a crank puller.
3. To reinstall, place crank arm on the end of the spindle crank shaft. Make
sure it is phased 180° from the opposite side crank arm.
4. Place a drop of green loc-tite on the crank bolt threads and reinsert into
the end of the spindle crank shaft.
5. Tighten crank bolt, using an 8mm Allen wrench.
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S.
Pedal Removal / Replacement
Removal of Left Pedal
1. While looking at the left pedal (P2274) from the left side view (shown
above), place either a 15mm or 5/8” open end wrench on the wrench flats
on the pedal bolt.
2. Turn the wrench clockwise until the threads on the pedal bolt disengage
from the threads of the left crank arm (P1191-2).
Removal of Right Pedal
1. While looking at the right pedal (P2273) from the right side view (shown
above), place either a 15mm or 5/8” open end wrench on the wrench flats
on the pedal bolt.
2. Turn the wrench counterclockwise until the threads of the pedal bolt
disengage from the threads of the right crank arm (P1191-1).
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Installation of Left Pedal
1. While looking at the left pedal from the left side view (shown above), start
the pedal bolt threads by rotating the pedal bolt counterclockwise, by
hand, until you can’t tighten any further.
2. Place either a 15mm or 5/8” open end wrench on the wrench flats on the
pedal bolt and tighten.
Installation of Right Pedal
1. While looking at the right pedal from the right side view (shown above),
start the pedal bolt threads by rotating the pedal bolt clockwise, by hand,
until you can’t tighten any further.
2. Place either a 15mm or 5/8” open end wrench on the wrench flats on the
pedal bolt and tighten.
T.
Chain Removal / Replacement
Removal
1. Locate the master link (P2234) in the chain.
2. Place the head of a flat-head screwdriver in the middle of the retaining clip
prongs.
3. Twist screwdriver to separate prongs and remove the retaining clip from
the master link.
4. Remove the flat master link plate.
5. Pull the master link out of the chain from the opposite side of the retaining
clip.
6. Remove chain from the unit.
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Installation
1. Route new chain.
2. Re-insert master link into the chain.
3. Install the flat master link plate.
4. Realign retaining clip.
5. Using a flat-head screwdriver, separate the prongs and snap into place.
U.
Spindle Crank / Bearing Replacement
1. Remove the crank bolts (P1081), using an 8mm Allen wrench.
2. Pull the crank arms (P1191-1 for right side or P1191-2 for the left side) off
the end of the spindle crank shaft. In some instances, this may require the
use of a crank puller.
3. Remove both covers and water bottle holder, if mounted to the covers.
4. Remove both pedal crank covers (A1659).
5. Mark the position of the flangettes (P1095) on the monocoque. Mark
flangettes in at least two (2) positions each.
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6. Loosen the set screws on each bearing collar (P1096), using a 1/8” Allen
wrench. There are two (2) set screws on each bearing collar.
7. Move the spindle crank assembly (A1151) to the right until you can access
the nuts on the backside of the flangettes mounted to the left side
monocoque. This step may require the use of a plastic or rubber mallet.
Do not use a metal hammer. This can flare the end of the shaft so
bearings will not be able to be removed.
8. Using a ½” wrench and socket, remove the nuts, washers, and bolts
mounting the flangettes to the monocoque.
9. Unhook the chain from the teeth of the spindle crank assembly.
10. Slide the spindle crank assembly out of the machine.
11. Install the bearings and flangettes on the new spindle crank assembly.
Make sure the bearing collars are facing towards the inside of the
machine.
12. Install the new spindle crank assembly into the monocoque and through
the center of the chain. The flangettes mount on the inside of the
monocoque.
13. Run each bolt from the outside in, through the flangette mounting holes in
the monocoque, both flangettes, followed by the lock washer, and hex nut.
Do not tighten down.
14. Line up the marks you made on the flangettes and monocoque, then
tighten the bolts and nuts.
15. Line the teeth on the spindle crank assembly up so they ride in the center
of the chain links.
16. Once the teeth are riding in the center of the chain links, tighten the set
screws on both bearing collars.
17. Install pedal crank covers.
18. Reinstall the crank arms and crank bolts.
19. Tighten crank bolts.
20. Test unit.
21. Install covers.
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V.
Belt Replacement
1. Remove covers and water bottle holder, if mounted to the covers. A
Philips screwdriver is used to remove the covers on newer units. For
older units, a 1/8” Allen wrench or socket is required.
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2. Remove the cover support (A1546), using a ½” wrench or socket. Four
(4) bolts are located at the top of the support and two (2) at the bottom.
Older machine only had two (2) bolts located at the top.
3. Remove the two (2) 5/16” bolts holding the right side jackshaft bearing
mount (A1661) in place, using a ½” wrench.
4. Pull the right side jack shaft bearing mount off the end of the jack shaft
(A1662).
5. Slide the poly-v belt (P1664) off the right side of the 6” poly-v pulley
(P1097).
6. Slide the poly-v belt off the brake pulley (P1576) and pull from underneath
the idler (P1091).
7. Guide the poly-v belt through the gap in the monocoque created by the
removal of the right side jack shaft bearing mount and remove from the
unit.
8. Guide the new poly-v belt through the same gap.
9. Thread the poly-v belt under the idler and reinstall on the brake pulley.
10. Install the poly-v belt on the 6” poly-v pulley.
11. Install the right side jack shaft bearing mount on the end of the jack shaft.
12. Re-install the two (2) 5/16” bolts to mount the right side jack shaft bearing
mount back to the monocoque, using a ½” wrench.
13. Verify the alignment of the poly-v belt by turning the pedals and verifying
the belt rides in the center portion of the idler. If the belt doesn’t ride in the
center portion of the idler, move the belt over on its respective pulley.
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W.
Jackshaft and 6” Poly-V Pulley Replacement
1. Remove covers and water bottle holder, if mounted to the covers. A
Philips screwdriver is used to remove the covers on newer units. For
older units, a 1/8” Allen wrench or socket is required.
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2. Remove the cover support (A1546), using a ½” wrench or socket. Four
(4) bolts are located at the top of the support and two (2) at the bottom.
Older machine only had two (2) bolts located at the top.
3. Mark the position of the jackshaft bearing mounts (A1661) on the
monocoque.
4. Remove the four (4) bolts mounting the jackshaft bearing mounts, using a
½” socket. There are two (2) bolts per mount.
5. Pull the jackshaft bearing mounts off the ends of the jackshaft (A1662).
6. Unhook the both chains and slide the jackshaft assembly out the right side
of the unit.
7. Check the condition of the bearings (P1665) in the jackshaft bearing
mounts. Replace, if needed.
8. Check the condition of the 6” poly-v pulley (P1097). Replace, if needed.
9. If the 6” poly-v pulley needs to be replaced, follow these steps. If it
doesn’t need to be replaced, skip to step 10.
• Using a 5/32” Allen wrench, remove the set screw on the collar of
the 6” poly-v pulley. This may be a little difficult due to the use of
red loc-tite on the set screw.
• Slide the pulley off the end of the jackshaft.
• Slide the new pulley on onto the jack shaft until you can set the
previous set screw mark on the key through the set screw hole on
the new pulley.
• Place a drop of red loc-tite on the new set screw threads and install
the set screw.
• Tighten set screw.
10. Insert the jackshaft assembly through the center of both chains from the
right side of the unit. Re-mesh the teeth on both sprockets (A1134 and
A1135) and chain links together.
11. Install the jackshaft bearing mounts to their original positions and tighten
bolts.
12. Pedal the unit in both directions to verify the alignment of the chains.
13. Install the covers.
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X.
Bi-Directional Jackshaft Assembly Replacement
1. Remove covers and water bottle holder, if mounted to the covers. A
Philips screwdriver is used to remove the covers on newer units. For
older units, a 1/8” Allen wrench or socket is required.
2. Remove the cover support (A1546), using a ½” wrench or socket. Four
(4) bolts are located at the top of the support and two (2) at the bottom.
Older machine only had two (2) bolts located at the top.
3. Mark the position of the bi-directional bearing mounts (A1660) on the
monocoque.
4. Remove the four (4) bolts mounting the bi-directional bearing mounts,
using a ½” socket. There are two (2) bolts per mount.
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5. Pull the bi-directional bearing mounts off the ends of the bi-directional
jackshaft (A1663).
6. Unhook the bi-directional chain. Slide chain off the right side of the right
side sprocket (A1135).
7. Remove the bi-directional jackshaft assembly by sliding the assembly out
the left side of the unit.
8. Check the condition of the bearings (P1665) in the bi-directional bearing
mounts. Replace, if needed.
9. Insert the new bi-directional jackshaft assembly through the center of bidirectional chain from the left side. Re-mesh the teeth on both sprockets
(A1134 and A1135) and chain links together.
10.Install the bi-directional bearing mounts to their original positions and
tighten bolts.
11. Pedal the unit in both directions to verify the alignment of the chains.
12. Install the covers.
Y.
ISO1004R Seat Pad Replacement
Seat Back Pad Replacement
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) screws with washers
running through the seat frames (C1113) and into the seat back (P2588).
Older models you will need a 7/16” wrench or socket to remove the bolts
with washers that were used instead of screws. The new seat back pads
use a larger hardware size. The holes in the seat frames on the older
models may need to be slightly opened up with a drill to install the new
mounting hardware.
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2. Remove old seat back pad and put new one in place.
3. Insert the four (4) Philips screws with washers through the seat frames
and into the new seat back pad.
4. Tighten screws.
Seat Bottom Pad Replacement
1. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the four (4) screws with washers
running through the seat base (C1143) and into the seat bottom (P2587).
Older models you will need a 7/16” wrench or socket to remove the bolts
with washers that were used instead of screws. The new seat back pads
use a larger hardware size. The holes in the seat base on the older
models may need to be slightly opened up with a drill to install the new
mounting hardware.
2. Remove old seat bottom pad and put new one in place.
3. Insert the four (4) Philips screws with washers through the seat base and
into the new seat bottom pad.
4. Tighten screws.
Z.
End Cap Replacement
1. Position an object under the frame leg to elevate the end cap (A1890).
2. Pull the rubber end cap off the end of the frame leg. For older versions
with plastic end caps, a plastic or rubber mallet may be needed to tap on
the inner lip of the end cap until it comes off the frame leg.
3. Replace end cap or make necessary adjustment to the existing end cap.
4. The mounting hole in the end cap is offset to allow leveling the machine.
On legs that do not always contact the floor, rotate the end cap so a
thicker section of the cap is next to the floor. Do this until the machine is
level.
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VI.
Assembly Drawings and Parts List (Use Section A for serial
number 570-005296 and above. Use Section B for serial number 570-005295
and below.
A.
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Item No. 59
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Qty.
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
Part No.
n/a
P1162
P1008
A1134
A1662
A1135
P1098
P1097
Description
Snap Ring, External, .938 ID
Washer, Thrust, IGUS, Recumbent
Clutch, Roller, 1” Diameter
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Offset, 16T
Shaft, Jack, Bearing, Self-Aligning
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Centered
Key, Square, ¼” x ¼” x 1”
Pulley, Poly-V, 6” Diameter
Item No. 60
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Qty.
2
3
2
1
1
1
Part No.
n/a
P1162
P1008
A1134
A1663
A1135
Description
Snap Ring, External, .938 ID
Washer, Thrust, IGUS, 1” Diameter
Clutch, Roller, 1” Diameter
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Offset, 16T
Shaft, Bi-Directional, Bearing, Self-Aligning
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Centered
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See page 70 for breakdown of item number 64.
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Item No. 64
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
Part No.
P2303
P2304
P2160
P2308
P2310
P2312
P2321
P2417
P2418
A2311
P2718
P2720
Description
Face, Console, Injection Molded
Back, Console, Injection Molded
PCB, Display, Rotary, B/W
PCB, CHR, 5334, Polar
Housing, FitKey
Connector, Bulkhead, RJ45, Female
Overlay, Cordless, IMC, English
Cable, C-Safe, 8-Pin, Telco
Cable, Fit-Key, Ribbon
Rack, Reading, Rotary
Decal, Keyslot, FitKey
Decal, Label, Console, FitKey
70
71
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
20
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
Part No.
C1012
C1143
A1015
A1016
A1119
C1654
C1653
A1149
A1222
P2588
P2587
A1144
C1113
P1038
P1125
A1546
A1120
A1641
A2407
A1890
P2249
A1115
A1146
A1131
A1230
A1538
A1655
A1656
A1659
P1060
P1063
P1091
P1095
P1096
P1849
P1105
P1106
P1191
P2161
P1564
Description
Weldment, Frame, Base, Recumbent
Weldment, Seat Base, ISO1000R
Bracket, Wheel, Left
Bracket, Wheel, Right
Lever, Adj., Position, Seat, Assy.
Plate, Side, Drivetrain, Right, Recumbent
Plate, Side, Drivetrain, Left, Recumbent
Track, Adj., SST, Recumbent
Extrusion, Rail, 34", Recumbent
Pad, Seat, Back
Pad, Seat, Bottom
Weldment, Handlebar, Seat
Frame, Seat, ISO1000R
Roller,Urethane,1 ¼” Dia. X 3/8
Knob, 7/16-20, Round
Support, Cover, Cordless
Bracket, Spring
Stiffener, Frame, Cordless
Display, Handlebar, Contact HR, Recumbent, Assy.
Cap, Base, 3", Adj., 65 Durometer
Cap, Frame, Seat
Bracket, Position, Adj., Lever
Rod, Lock, Recumbent
Spacer, Frame
Stiffener, Side Plate, Idler
Bar, Tensioning, Brake, Cordless
Cover, Side, Recumbent, Cordless, Left
Cover, Side, Recumbent, Cordless, Right
Cover, Crank, Pedal
Grommet, Hole, 1" Dia.
Wheel, Front
Idler, Elliptical, Recumbent
Flangette, Bearing
Bearing, Spindle, Drive, SB204-12
Decal, SCIFIT, 2.75 X 12, 7000
Grommet, Hole, 1 ½” Dia.
Decal, Plate, Scuff
Crank, 175mm, Pair
PCB, Lower, Rotary, B/W
Battery, Rechargeable, Cordless
72
Item No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
Qty.
2
10
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
Part No.
P2746
P1933
A1570
P2273
P2274
P1051
S1906
P2122
P1566
Part of S1906
P1833
P1664
P1983
P1832
A3119
A3120
P1229
A1151
A2023
See Page 64
See Page 64
A2032
P1823
A1549
See Page 66
P2419
A2307
A2311
P2520
P1947
P2772
Description
Grip, HR, Contact, 1.5ID, Pair
Clip, Cord, Adhesive Backed
Bracket, Mounting, Battery
Pedal, Bike, Right
Pedal, Bike, Left
Standoff, 6-32 X 1/4, 1", M-F, Zinc
Kit, Brake, Cordless, Bikes, Bi-Directional
Grommet, Hole, 1 ¼” Dia.
Grommet, Hole, Shutter, Cordless
Pulley, Poly-V, 60mm, Cordless
Cable, Battery, Cordless
Belt, Poly-V, J8, 310mm
Decal, Number, .75" Spacing, 1-20
Cable, Receptacle, Power, Cordless
Kit, Chain, Long, #40, 86P, ISO7000R
Kit, Chain, Short, #40, 32P, ISO7000R
Disc, Deadening, Sound, 8.25"
Assy., Spindle, Crank, 6" Lg.
Kit, Bearing, Mount
Kit, Shaft, Jack, Assy.
Kit, Shaft, Bi-Directional, Assy.
Kit, Mount, Bearing, Bi-Directional
Decal, Model, ISO7000R
Plate, Entry, Power, Cordless
Console, Injection Molded, Assy.
Cable, PS, Display Ribbon
Holder, Bottle, Rotary
Rack, Reading, Rotary
Rod, Tensioning, Brake, 5.25"
Suppressor, EMI, Fair-rite, UL/CE
Cable, CHR, HG, 2177, 39"
73
B.
Assembly Drawings and Part List (570-005000 thru 570-005295)
74
75
See page 77 for breakdown of item numbers 59 and 60.
76
Item No. 59
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Qty.
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
Part No.
n/a
P1162
P1008
A1134
A1662
A1135
P1098
P1097
Description
Snap Ring, External, .938 ID
Washer, Thrust, IGUS, Recumbent
Clutch, Roller, 1” Diameter
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Offset, 16T
Shaft, Jack, Bearing, Self-Aligning
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Centered
Key, Square, ¼” x ¼” x 1”
Pulley, Poly-V, 6” Diameter
Item No. 60
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Qty.
2
3
2
1
1
1
Part No.
n/a
P1162
P1008
A1134
A1663
A1135
Description
Snap Ring, External, .938 ID
Washer, Thrust, IGUS, 1” Diameter
Clutch, Roller, 1” Diameter
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Offset, 16T
Shaft, Bi-Directional, Bearing, Self-Aligning
Sprocket, Clutch, Roller, Centered
77
See page 79 for breakdown of item number 64.
78
Item No. 64
Item No. Qty. Part No.
1
1
A1537
2
1
P1558
3
2
P1923
4
4
P1051
5
1
P1560
6
1
P2221
7
1
P2160
8
1
P2501
Description
Console, Display, Cordless
PCB, Display, Cordless, Upper
Standoff, 6-32 X 1", White Nylon, M-F, 1/4 Hex
Standoff, 6-32 X 1/4, 1", M-F, Zinc
Overlay, Display, Cordless, English, w/Panel
PCB, Rec., HR, Wireless, 208, Polar
PCB, Display, Rotary, B/W
PCB, HR, 211, Polar
Note:
1. P1558 is used with ISO7000Rs with serial numbers 570-005000 thru
570-005256 and for units with CardioKey (not FITKEY).
2. P2160 is used with ISO7000Rs with serial numbers above 570-005297
and not equipped with CardioKey.
3. P2221 is used with P1558.
4. P2501 is used with P2160.
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80
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
20
1
1
1
1
1
Part No.
C1012
C1143
A1015
A1016
A1119
C1654
C1653
A1149
A1222
P2588
P2587
A1144
C1113
P1038
P1125
A1546
A1120
A1641
A1657
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
A1890
P2249
A1115
A1146
A1131
A1230
A1538
A1655
A1656
A1659
P1060
P1063
P1091
P1095
P1096
P1849
P1105
P1106
P1191
P2161
or
P1599
40
1
P1564
Description
Weldment, Frame, Base, Recumbent
Weldment, Seat Base, ISO1000R
Bracket, Wheel, Left
Bracket, Wheel, Right
Lever, Adj., Position, Seat, Assy.
Plate, Side, Drivetrain, Right, Recumbent
Plate, Side, Drivetrain, Left, Recumbent
Track, Adj., SST, Recumbent
Extrusion, Rail, 34", Recumbent
Pad, Seat, Back
Pad, Seat, Bottom
Weldment, Handlebar, Seat
Frame, Seat, ISO1000R
Roller,Urethane,1 ¼” Dia. X 3/8
Knob, 7/16-20, Round
Support, Cover, Cordless
Bracket, Spring
Stiffener, Frame, Cordless
Weldment, Display, Handlebar, Contact HR,
Recumbent
Cap, Base, 3", Adj., 65 Durometer
Cap, Frame, Seat
Bracket, Position, Adj., Lever
Rod, Lock, Recumbent
Spacer, Frame
Stiffener, Side Plate, Idler
Bar, Tensioning, Brake, Cordless
Cover, Side, Recumbent, Cordless, Left
Cover, Side, Recumbent, Cordless, Right
Cover, Crank, Pedal
Grommet, Hole, 1" Dia.
Wheel, Front
Idler, Elliptical, Recumbent
Flangette, Bearing
Bearing, Spindle, Drive, SB204-12
Decal, SCIFIT, 2.75 X 12, 7000
Grommet, Hole, 1 ½” Dia.
Decal, Plate, Scuff
Crank, 175mm, Pair
PCB, Lower, Rotary, B/W (Ser. No. 570-005297
and above) or
PCB, Control, Brake, Cordless (Ser. No. 570005000 thru 570-005296)
Battery, Rechargeable, Cordless
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Item No.
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
Qty.
1
10
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part No.
P2746
P1933
A1570
P2273
P2274
P1051
S1906
P2122
P1566
Part of S1906
P1833
P1664
P1983
P1832
A3119
A3120
P2222
A1151
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
A2023
See Page 73
See Page 73
A2032
P1823
A1549
See Page 75
P2419
P1695
P1694
P1862
P1092
P2926
Description
Grip, HR, Contact, 1.5ID, Pair
Clip, Cord, Adhesive Backed
Bracket, Mounting, Battery
Pedal, Bike, Right
Pedal, Bike, Left
Standoff, 6-32 X 1/4, 1", M-F, Zinc
Kit, Brake, Cordless, Bikes, Bi-Directional
Grommet, Hole, 1 ¼” Dia.
Grommet, Hole, Shutter, Cordless
Pulley, Poly-V, 60mm, Cordless
Cable, Battery, Cordless
Belt, Poly-V, J8, 310mm
Decal, Number, .75" Spacing, 1-20
Cable, Receptacle, Power, Cordless
Kit, Chain, Long, #40, 86P, ISO7000R
Kit, Chain, Short, #40, 32P, ISO7000R
PCB, Receiver, HR, Contact, Anti-Static, DT
Assy., Spindle, Crank, 6" Lg. (Requires a P1229
Disc, Deadening, Sound, 8.25")
Kit, Bearing, Mount
Kit, Shaft, Jack, Assy.
Kit, Shaft, Bi-Directional, Assy.
Kit, Mount, Bearing, Bi-Directional
Decal, Model, ISO7000R
Plate, Entry, Power, Cordless
Console, Assy.
Cable, PS, Display Ribbon
Cable, Telco, 6 conductor, Cordless
Cable, Telco, 8 conductor, Cordless
Rod, Tensioning, Brake, 7"
Holder, Bottle, Water
Cable, Grip, HR, Contact, 52"
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