Friedrich 2008 Air Conditioner User Manual

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Owner'sManual
Table Of Gontents
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Safetvlnstructions-----------
Instruction----------Grounding
MainDartslist-----------
partslist
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ConsolePanelFunctions---------Ooerationinstructions-------l\,laintenance
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Warning
Beforeusingthis treadmillor startinganyexerciseprogram'lt is important
beforeoperation'
to reviewthis manualandthefollowingprecautions
uitl
PowersupplY
Powerswitch
Circuitbreaker
Precautions:
andavoid
1. Alwaysunplugthe treadmillafterusingto keepthe lifeof treadmill
any riskof injuries.
2.Poweroutletover2OAmustbeused,anditmustbeproperlyerathedfornot
being shockedbYelectricity
wateron the machinemustbe
yourtreadmill,spattering
3. In orderto protecting
forbidden.
lmportant Safety Instructions
Whenusingan electrical
appliance,
basicprecautions
shouldalwaysbe followed,
including
thefollowing:
Readall instructions
beforeusingthistreadmill:
DANGER - fo reducethe risk of electricshock:
1.Alwaysunplugthisappliance
fromthe electrical
outletimmediately
afterusing
and beforecleaning.
2. Do notreachfor a treadmill
thathasfallenintowater.Unplugimmediately.
3. Do notusewhilebathingor in a shower.
4. Do notplaceor storethetreadmill
whereit canfallor be pulledintoa tub or sink.
Do notplacein or dropintowateror otherliquid.
WARNING - To reducethe risk of burns,fire, electricshock,or injuryto
Dersons:
'1.An appliance
shouldneverbe leftunattended
whenpluggedin. Unplugfrom
outletwhennol in use,and beforeputtingon or takingoff parts.
2. Do notoperateunderblanketor pillow.Excessive
heatingcanoccurandcause
fire,electricshock,or injuryto persons.
3. Closesupervision
is necessary
whenthistreadmillis usedby,on,or near
persons.
children,invalids,
Keepchildrenawayfromextendedback,
or disabled
(or
parts).
footsupport othersimilar
4. Usethistreadmill
onlyfor its intendeduseas described
in thismanual.Do not
useattachments
notrecommended
by the manufacturer.
5. Neveroperatethistreadmillif it hasa damagedcordor plug,if it is notworking
properly,
if it hasbeendroppedor damaged,
or droppedintowater.Returnthe
treadmillto a servicecenterfor examination
and repair.
6. Do notcarrythistreadmillby supplycordor usecordas a handle.
7. Keepthe cordawayfromheatedsurfaces.
8. Neveroperatethe treadmill
withthe air openingsblocked.Keepthe air openings
freeof lint,hair,andthe like. Neveroperateon a softsurfacesuchas a bedor
couchwheretheair openingsmaybe blocked.
9. Neverdropor insertanyobjectintoanyopening.
10.Do not useoutdoors.
11.Do notoperatewhereaerosol(spray)productsare beingusedor whereoxygen
is beingadministered.
12.Todisconnect,
turnall controlsto the off position,
thenremoveplugfromoutlet.
13.Connectthistreadmilltoa properlygroundedoutletonly.SeeGrounding
lnstructions.
'14.Riskof Injuryto Persons-To AvoidInjury,Standon theSiderails
Before
StartingTreadmill.
SAVE THES E'NS TRUCT'OA'S
Before You Start
Rememberto take the time to revlewowner'smanualsbeforeyou start,
1. Beforeusingthistreadmillor startinganyexerciseprogram,consultyour
person.Adjustthe speednotover
physicianand accompanied
by specialized
5MPH.
exerciseprovidedto avoidinjury.
2. Takethe timato performthe stretching
and/orthe otherdiseases,do not usethe treadmill
3. lf you haveheartproblems,
programswithoutrsceivingapprovalformyourphysician.
4. Stopexercising
or call physicianif you feeluncomfortable.
and disabledpersonnsaror on the
5. Do not leavechildrenunsupervised
treadmill.
30 minutespertimeis reasonable.
6. Runningis oxygenexercise,recommended
good-quality
walkingor runningshoedand appropriate
7. Wearcomfortable,
clothing.
to avoid
8. Do not usethe treadmillwithbarefeet,sandals,socksof stockings
any riskof injuries.Wearcomfortable
shoesor cottonsocks.
willvoidthe treadmillwarranty.
9. Failureto followtheseinstructions
Maximumload
10.The equipmentis designedfor commercial
and household,
is 170KG.
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Grounding Instruction
grounding
or breakdown,
This productmustbe grounded.lf it shouldmalfunction
providesapathofIeastresistanceforelectriccurrenttoreducetheriskofe|€ctric
shock.This productis equippedwitha cordhavingan equipment-groundrng
conductorand a groundingplug.The plugmustbe pluggedintoan appropriate
withall localcodes
outletthat is properlyinstalledand groundedin accordancs
a n do r d i n a n c e s .
conductorcan
of the equipment-grounding
DANGER .lmproperconnection
or serviceman
resultin a riskof electricshock.Checkwitha qualifiedelectrician
if you are in doubtas to whgtherthe productis properlygroundedDonotmodify
the plugprovidedwiththe product- if it will notfit the outlet,havea properoutlet
installedby a qualifiedelectrician.
This productis ratedmorethan15 amperesand is for useon a circuithavinga
with a specificelectriccord
nominalratingof 120voltsand is factory-equipped
to a proper€lectriccircuit.l\ilakesurethatthe
and plugto permitconnection
as the plug No
productis connected
to an outlethavingthe sameconfiguration
for
adaptershouldbe usedwiththis product.lf the productmustbe reconnected
shouldbe madsby
useon a differenltypeof electriccircuit,the reconnection
oualifiedservicepersonnel.
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Maln parts list
to ensurethatall usersofthistreadmillhaveread
It is the owner'sresponsibility
Manuals
beforeassembly.
theOwner's
Cup holder
SafetyKey
Loft
upright
R i g h th a n d l e
Lsft handle
R i g h iu p r i g h t
MotorCover
R u n n i nD
g eck
R u n n i nB
gell
Left end cap
R u n n i n gD e c k
Right end cap
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Adjustsupport
Parts list
ItemNo.
Description
QTYltemNo.
Description
QTY
1
Consoleplatealliance
1
33 Left cover
1
2
Sidehandle
2
34 Rightcover
1
1
Leftcovershield
I
5
Rightupright
1
36 Rightcovershield
1
6
Deckframe
1
37 Leftendcap
1
7
Baseframe
1
38 Rightend cap
1
8
Controller
shield
1
39 Leftsheet
2
9
Leftadjustsupport
1
40 Rightsheet
2
1 0 Rightadjustsupport
I
41
Bundlestrap
4
1 1 Adjustplate
2
42 Bundlestrap
4
1 2 Leflexhusion
1
43 BundlostrapPLATE
4
1 3 Rightextrusion
1
44 Gripsleeve
2
1 4 Leftend capsupport
1
45 Cordspacer
2
1 5 Rightendcapsupport
'16 Rubberpad
1
46 Socketcapbolt1V110.70
3
8
47 Socketcapboltl\48.55
1
1 7 Walkingboard
'18 Frontrollor
1
4A SocketcapboltM10'50
1
1
49 Socketcapbolt[410.130
1
1 9 Rearroller
1
50 HexboltM12.55
2
5 1 Allenbolt N48'15
4
2 1 oecoralecover
22 Wheel
2
52 Phillips
headscrewM6'12
4
23 Walkingbelt
1
53 Socketcountersunk
boltN46'40
16
24 PolyV-belt
1
54 Socketcountersunk
boltlvl8"20
22
25 Foam
2
Phillipscountersunk
screwI\r8"40
4
26 Adjustsupportcover
2
56 Phillipscountersunk
s6rewl\43'10
2
27 Pillowblockbearing
2
28 Damper
2
'10
58 PhillipsheadscrewM5"10
3
59 PhillipsheadscrewM6*12
20
60 PhillipsheadscrewM6*30
5
30 EnchaseNut
6
'16
PhillipsheadscrewM3*8
I
3,I
I
62 SlottedpanheadscrewM5*10
1
32
1
63 PhillipstappingscrewST'1.9'6.5
2
28a DamperA
29 Clipnut
Phillipscountersunk
screwM6'12
6
2
Parts list
liem No.
Description
QTY ltem No
Descriplion
QTY
64 PhillipstappingscrewST2.9*9.5
12
96 Extrusion
bushing
16
65 PhillipsiappingscrewST2.9*13
15
97 Phillips
lappingscrew
6
66 PhillipstappingscrewST4.2'13
3
98 Allenwrench104'89'8
1
67 PhillipstappingscrewST4.2''16
45
99 Tophandle
2
68 PhillipstappingscrewST4.2'16
35
1 0 0 Consoleassemble
69 Phillips
counlersunk
tapping
screwST2.9'19 2
formingscrewM4"12 6
70 Phillips
counlersunk
8
A Cupholder
A2 A Bottomhandle
A3 A Consolebox
A Safetyglidingpole
72 Washer
73 Washer
4
A5 A PCBBMCKET
74 Washer
13
A6 A Safetykeyframe
ASpring
75 Washer
76 Washer
5
A8 A Plasticwasher
77 Washer
4
A9 A Safetykeymount
78 Springwash€r
4
plate
4 1 0 A Pul6€receptacle
79 Springwasher
"80 Nylonnut
4
1 0 1 Console
2
102 Emergency
switch
1 0 3 Controller
81 Nylonnut
82 Hexnut
4
1 0 4 Con60leharness
83 Jamnut
4
1 0 5 I\,4otor
84 Allenwrench
1
1 0 6 Jumpetwrre
85 Allenwrench
1
107 EKGHamess
86 Leftjunctionbox
1
1 0 8 EKGwire
87 Rightjunclion
box
1
1 0 9 Powerswitch
88 Washer
20
1 1 0 PCBmembrane
screw
89 Phillipscountersunk
g0 Phillipscountersunk
screw
2
111 EKGmodule
2
91 Double-endedspanner
I
1 1 2 Chestreceiver
'l 13 Chestpulseemitter
92 Upperplug
4
114 Actuator
93 Bottomp'ug
2
115
94 Basebumper
95 Phillipstappingscrew
116
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Adlustment
lf thegroundin user'shouseis notlevel,pleaseadjusttheadjustsupport
properly
whichis markedasA in thebelowfigursto makethemachine
at a level
place.Afteradjusting
tightenthehexnutby usingtheDouble-ended
spanner.
atiiiiilli
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Gonsole Panel Functions
MODELNO:
DC2950
INPUTVOLTGAE:
110- 120VAC (50/60H2)
HORSEPOWER(CON-):
3.0H P
HORSEPOWER(PEAK):
5 . 0H P
SPEED
RANGE:
0 . 6- 1 2 . 5 M P H
DISPLAY:
Speed/Distance/Time/Calorie/
Matrix
Pulse/lncline/Dot
INCLINERANGE:
o - 150k
1.CONSOLE
P A N E LF U N C T I O N S
Thereare six displaywindowson the controlpanelto providefeedback
information.
T I M EW I N D O W
TIME:Indicateselapsedtimeafterpressingstartin minutesand seconds(0-99
minutes,0-59seconds).
INTERVAL
TlNilE:
Indicatescountdownin secondsto the nextintervalstartingat
5 secondsand countingto 0 seconds.
S P E E DW I N D O W
(Mileper hour)in .1 increments.
SPEED:IndicatesNiIPH
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Gonsole Panel Functions
DISTANCE
WINDOW
DISTANCE:
Indicates
Miletraveled
in 0.1increments
upto 999and0 . l
increments
starting
at 0.1.
CALORIES
WINDOW
CALORIES:
Indicates
estimated
calories
usedbasedon 75K9.personat the
indicated
speed,incline,
andtime.
I N C L I NW
E INDOW
INCLINE:
Indicates
inclinein percent
of grade0-15%in 1.0 increments.
PULSEWINDOW
P U L S EI n
: d i c a t epsu l s ey o u rp u l s er a t e ( B P M ) .
CENTERBRICKYARD
WINDOW
Thedotmatrixdisplaytrack& listof program
afterstart.
2. BUTTON
Speed+,
Speed-;
Incline+,
Incline-;
Start/Stop;
Program;
Mode;
S p e e d - o nt oeu c h ( 24, , 6 , 8 , 1 0 , 1 2 ) ; l n c l i n e - o n e t o u c h ( 2 , 4 . 61, 8
0 ,. 1 2 ) .
3 . I . H O WT OT U R NO NT H EP O W E R
TurnonthePower-switch
onthefrontof treadmill.
3.2.HOWTOUSETHEMANUALMODE
(1)Themanualmodeis defaulted
whenturnedonthepower.
(2)Press"mode- key"to selectTime& Calories
& Distance,
use speed+&
speed-keysto adjustparameter.
(3)Press"start- key".
(4)Thensdlectspeed& incline.
3.3.HOWTOUSEPresetl- PresetsMODE
- key"to selectPresetl- Presetsmodewhenturnedon Power
Press"Program
thenpress"start-key"
to run.NoticeFrompresetlto presetsbedon'tadjust.
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3.4. HOWTO USECustomerl - Customer2MODE
Press"Program- key"to selectCustormerl- Customer2modewhenturnedon
powerthenpress"start- key"to run.FromCustomerlto Customer2
be to adjust.
UseMODEL keyto select10 partsof Customerprogram,Usespeed+& speedkeysto adjustlevelof Speed& Incline.
3.5.HOWTO USEHR RateMODE
The consoleoffersthreeheartrateprograms:HR1 Rate\HR2Rate\HR3Rate
programs.Eachprogramwillautomatically
controlthe speedand inclineof the
treadmillto keepyourheartratewithintargetedheartratezone.Followthe steps
belowto usea heartrateprogram.
PUT ON THE CHESTHEARTRAIE SENSOR.
YOUMUST WEAR THE CHESI PULSESENSORfO USEA HEARTRATE
PROGRAM.
As the programprogresses,
the speedand inclineof the treadmillwillchange
periodically
to keepyourheartratenearpredetermined
settings,shownby the
graphson the leftsideof the console.
3.6.CALIBRATION
MOOE
g P E E D +& S P E E D - A N D
C a l i b r a t i omno d ei s e n t e r e d
b y p r e s s i nS
INCLINE+
& INCLINE-keys.Thetreadmillauto.to calibrateinclinerange.
3 . 7 .E R R O RC O D E S
(1) E-0'1
: Consoleno receivefeedbackpulsefromcontrollerafter30swhenstart
(2) E-03:Pleasecheck'safe- key"
(3) E-04:Overcurrent
(4) E-05:Overvoltage
(5) E-06:Overload
(6) E-07:Controllerno receivefeedbackpulsefromConsole
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Gonsole Panel Functions
Trouble
pnenomena
guide
Reasonand iroubleshooting
1. l\,4ake
surethepowercordpluggedintoa properly
groundedoutlet.
2. Checkthemainswitchlocatedon thefrontof the
willnotstart
Treadmill
treadmill.ftheswitchis off,turnit on.
checkto ensurethereis
3. Havean electrician
adequatevoltageat theoutlet.
Treadmillloses
powerdunnguse
Checkthemainswitchlocatedon thefrontof the
treadmill.lf theswitchis ofi,turnit on,
plugged
is securely
Checkto makesurethetreadmill
Treadmill
walking
grounded
outletratedat20amps,witha
intoa properly
beltslowsduringuse
less.
cordofflvefeetor
14-gauge
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Operation lnstructions
Pleaaereadcarefullyandusingfollowthefunctions:
switch.
1. Resettheemerggncy
2- puttheplugin thesocket,turnontheon-off.
3. graspthehandlefirmly,standonthetreadle.
withthemanual.At firstyoushould
thisdeviceaccording
4. Youcanoperate
thespeedgradually.
setthelowestspeed,thenincrease
5. youshouldgraspthehandlefirmlyby oneof yourhands,whenyouoperating
theconsole.
Startfromlowspeedhandedto theUprights
6. Takecareto usetreadmill.
allfunctions.
afterreducing
speedandstopping
L6aving
fromtreadmill
thenthepowerandmotorwill
switchin anemergency,
7. Presstheemergency
turnoffat once,
L Warmandrelaxyourbodyafterworkout.
frequency
at a time:
Exercise
timeandexerclse
Exercise
time:30minuates----Normal;
under5MPHThen
Exercise
frequency:
Warmyourbodyby l0--20minutes
increase
speedaccordingly.
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Maintenance lnstructions
l . B e l tA d j u s t m e n t :
(1)Beltadjustmentand tension performstwo functions:
Thedistancebetweenbeltand motorcoverfromleftto rightwithin+/-5MM,
thenneededto be adjusted.
Adjustbeltby speednot morethan2. sMPH.
Nonal position of bett as
MolorCover
Walk belt
Adjustment
Here
A. Walking Belt is shifting to the fight:
Usinghex key provided,turnthe rightrearroller
adjustment
boltturnin the clockwisedirection
shownas belowor on the contrarydirection.
B. Walking Belt is shlftlng to the right:
Usinghexkey provided,turnthe rightrearroller
adjustment
boltturn in the clockwisedirection
shownas belowor on the contrarydirection.
(2)Walkingbelt is S l i p p i n gd u r i n gu s e :
Slightwalkingbeltslippingis on normalwhileusingfor a periodUsingthe hex
key provided,turnbothleftand rightrearrolleradjustment
boltsin the same
distance.
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Maintenance lnstructions
See the correctwalking belt shown as below:
A.Thedistancebetweenwalkingbeltand boardis within
15-20mm-- Normal
Over20mm---- neededto be adjusted
Under1smm---- neededto be adjusted
B.Thespeedfor walkingbeltis 3MPH,holdon the handrail,standon the side
rail ,onefooton the beltbutwithoutslipping-- it'snormal.
2.CLEANING:
Pleasecleanthe DECKframeafteryou usethe machine3
months,be surepoweroff and takeoff the plugbeforeyourcleaning.
Warning! To preventelectricalshock,besurethe powerto the treadmillis
fromthe wallelectrical
OFFand the unitis unplugged
outletbeforeattempting
anycleaningor mainteance.
AfterEachWorkout:Wipaoff the consoleand othertreadmillsurfaceswitha
Aftereach
clean,waterdampenedsoftclothlo r€moveexcessperspiration.
workout.
U S EN O C H E M I C A L S
for easeof cleaning.
Weekly:Useof a treadmillmat is recommended
Vacuumunderneath
treadmilloncea week.
boardor motoris
Openingmotorcoveris forbiddencommonly.
lf the electricity
neededto be cleaned,callqualifiedservicepersonnel.
3.LUBRICATION:
(around3
It is recommended
thatthe walkingboardbe checkedperidically
months)for lubrication
to ensureoptimaltreadmillperformance.
Usinghexto liftthe belt and insertthesiliconeabout20gramto spraysmoothly
(adjustbeltwithoutslippingafterlubrication).
4. Any olherservicingshouldbe performedby an
authorized
servicereDresentative.
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