XT-7600 TREADMILL
TREADMILL XT-7600
User Manual
TREADMILL XT-7600
GROUNDING INSTRCTION'S..............................................................................
FCC WARNING -...................................................................................................
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTONS................................................................
INSTALLATION.....................................................................................................
TREADMILL OVERVIEW......................................................................................
CONSOLE.............................................................................................................
BUTTONS.............................................................................................................
FEEDBACK DISPLAY..........................................................................................
GENERAL OPERATION.......................................................................................
PROGRAM DETAILS..........................................................................................
FLEXIBLITY..........................................................................................................
LIMITED LIGHT COMMERCIAL WARRANTY.....................................................
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TREADMILL OVERVIEW
CONSOLE
POWER SWITCH
The power switch is located in the front of the treadmill near the power
cord. The power switch has two positions ON and OFF. The display
console will beep when the treadmill is plugged in and the power switch is
pressed ON.
CIRCUIT BREAKER RESET
The circuit breaker is located next to the power switch. If there should be
an electrical overload due to a surge in electricity or other situation, the
circuit breaker will disconnect and attempt to prevent any damage from
occurring to the treadmill. If the treadmill suddenly stops with no lights
visible nor beep heard, the circuit breaker may need to be reset. To reset
the circuit breaker press the button firmly. The display console should
restart and a beep should be heard.
CAUTION
Feel the power cord with your hands. If the power cord is warm to the
touch a problem may exist with the electrical outlet in which the treadmill is
plugged. It may be necessary to plug the treadmill into a different outlet.
POWER CORD
The power cord, located in the front of the treadmill must be plugged into a
properly grounded electrical outlet. Locate the power cord so it will not
come in contact with the wheels of the treadmill during operation. This
may cause the power cord to become pinched or damaged. Damage to
the power cord could result in a fire hazard or cause personal injury
through electrical shock.
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FEEDBACK DISPLAY
BUTTONS
1.
:Press START to begin a manual or programmed workout.
2.
:Use
to set program and variable setting/ adjust
tread belt speed.
3.
: Use
treadmill.
4.
5.
6.
7.
to increase/decrease the elevation of
:Press COOL DOWN at any time during a workout gradually
stops a workout.
:Accept variable setting.
: One Touch speed select buttons. Indicated
as Kilometer per Hour.
: Pulling the SAFTETY KEY magnet stops the treadmill
immediately.
1. TIME: Shown as Minutes:
Seconds. View
elapsed Time in
your workout.
2. CALORIES: Shown as
estimated accumulated
Calories burned during
workout.
3. DISTANCE: Shown as
miles or kilometers.
View Distance traveled
during workout.
4. PULSE:Shown as
Beats-per-Minute.
Monitor your hand
pulse at any time
during workout.
5. SPEED:Shown as Miles/Hour or Kilometers/Hour.
Indicate how fast the running surface is moving,
simulate outdoor running.
6. ELEVATION:Shown as percentage of incline.
Indicate how steep incline the running surface
is, simulate running on a hill.
NOTE: The clip end should be attached to clothing while using treadmill.
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STOP/PAUSE/Hold To Reset
During workout, press STOP/PAUSE will gradually stop the
tread belt. If holding this button down for 3 seconds will reset
the treadmill.
7. PROFILE:Shown as a graphical
representation of the selected
program on the LED matrix window.
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GENERAL OPERATION
1. TURN ON POWER
3. SET PROGRAM:
The matrix window displays
“KEY” after the main power
switch is turning on.
Connect the Safety Key.
Message says “PRESS
ENTER”, press
.
Note:
Turning on the main power
switch with connected Safety
Key. The matrix windows
displays the accumulative
distance and time have
been used on this machine.
Message says “SET PRO
P1-P10”. The default is P1.
Use
to select
program (P1-P10).
Press
setting.
to accep your
4. SET LEVEL:
2. SET WEIGHT
Message says “SET WEIGHT
90”. The default is 90 kgs.
Message says “SET LEVEL
L1-L3”.The default is L1.
Use
Use
to set weight.
Press
Press
setting.
to select
Level (L1-L3).
to accept your
to accept your setting.
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GENERAL OPERATION
PROGRAM DETAILS
5. SET TIME:
P1 MANUAL
Message says “00:00 SET
TIME”.
Step 1. Select P1,
press
.
Use
Step 2. Message says
“PRESS START
OR SET TIME”
to set
workout time.
Press
the Time.
to accept
Step 3. Use SPEED
to set workout time.
Step 7. Press
P2 INTERVAL/P3 WALKING/
P4 RUNNING/P5 WEIGHT
LOSS/P6 CARDIO
Note:
Press
to return except for P9 to correct the setting.
1). If no button was pressed after 5 minutes, the displays will show the
operating mode and the program graphic.
2). If user setting is not complete or the
is pressed during the
setting. The default will be used, but the adjustment will be
maintained.
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Step 1. Select program
P2/P3/P4/P5/P6, press
.
Step 2. Message says “SET
LEVEL”. Use SPEED
set level (L1~L3), press
.
Step 3. Message says “PRESS
START OR SET TIME”.
Use SPEED
set
workout time, press
.
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PROGRAM DETAILS
PROGRAM DETAILS
P7 SET DISTANCE/ P8 SET CALORIE
P10 HEART RATE CONTROL
Step 1. Select program P7/P8,
press
.
Step 1. Select P10 (HEART
Step 2. Message says “SET DIS
00.01”(or “SET 30 CALO”
for set calorie).
Use SPEED
set distance or calories,
press
or press
RATE CONTROL), press
.
Step 3. Message says “PRESS
START”, press
.
.
Step 2. Message says “SET
AGE”. Use SPEED
to set age, press
.
P9 CUSTOM LEARNER
The default setting has a total
of 2 users, each with 6
segments in 24 minutes.
Step 1. Select P9. Message
says SET CUSTOM 1 1” and
the left “1” is flashed.
Step 3. Message says “ SET
MAX 60-85”. Use SPEED
to adjust the %. Default
setting is 70%.
Step 2. Use SPEED
to select user 1 or 2,
press
.
Step 4. Message
Step 3. Use SPEED and ELEVATION
says “ PRESS START”,
to set
and
press
.
for each segment.speed and elevationwindows are flashed.
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Step 4. Message says ”PRESS START” after 6 segments are set.,
press
. If no setting, the default setting will be used.
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FLEXIBILITY
PROGRAM DETAILS
Note:
During workout, the motor
will stop automatically after
10 seconds, if the heart rate
signal is not detected (shown
by a flashing Heart), During
workout, the elevation may
be changed, but not the speed.
Adequate flexibility is the ability to move your limbs and joints easily (through
a complete range of motion) the way you need to in order to meet the callenges
of daily life. Fortunately thereís a positive reinforcing cycle between flexibility
and activity. Adequate flexibility enables you to maintain an active lifestyle, and
an active lifestyle makes an important contribution to maintaining adequate
flexibility. These relationships grow stronger the older we become.
When should I stretch?
Any time is a good time to Stretch. In the morning it can work out the kinks in
your back, at work, you can relax your neck and shoulders, and after work
stretch out your lower back. However, your should never do your stretches
before you have had a chance to warm your body up.
How should I stretch?
Perform the following stretches slowly and smoothly until you feel a slight
ìtuggingî sensation on the muscles involved. Donít stretch to the point you feel
pain, and donít bounce you could pull a muscle. Hold each stretch for 10 to 20
seconds. Exhale through the stretch, and breathe slowly. This will keep you from
bouncing.
1. Calf ( back of lover leg)
a. Straight knee start with the leg to be stretched approximately
three feet from the wall and the opposite leg on step forward.
Lean toward the wall, keeping your heels down and feet turned
in slightly.
b. Bent knee start same as above, but move approximately one
foot closer to the wall and bend the knee of the back leg to be
stretched.
c. Repeat using the other leg.
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FLEXIBILITY
2. Iliotibial Band ( outside of hip)
a. Start with the leg to be stretched one step back and behind the
opposite foot. Move your hips sideways toward the side of your
body being stretched. Keep the upper body away from the wall
and do not bend forward.
b. Repeat using the other leg.
4. Side Bends
a. Stand with your feet about shoulder - width apart and toes pointed
straight ahead. Keep your knees slightly bent, one hand on
your hip; extend your other arm up and over your head. Slowly
bend at your waist to one side, toward the hand on your hip
b. Extend both arms overhead. Hold your right hand with your left
hand and bend slowly to the left, using your left arm to pull the
right arm gently over the head and down toward the ground.
c. Repeat with other side.
3. Lower Back, Hips, Groin, and Hamstrings
a. Stand with the feet about shoulder- width apart and pointed
straight ahead. If you are pretty flexible and need more of a
stretch, cross one leg in front of the other for a few stretches,
then switch legs.
b. Slowly bend forward from the hips, always keeping your knees
slightly bent.
c. Stretch only to the point where you feel a tugging in the back of
your legs.
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5. Quadriceps (front of thigh)
a. Lying on our stomach, pull the heel toward your buttocks with
the opposite hand. Keep the thigh of the leg being stretched
close to the leg on the floor.
b. The same stretch can be done standing. Do not allow the thigh
to come in front of you and so not bend forward at the waist.
c. Do this exercise twice - once on each leg.
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6. Groin (inside of thigh)
a. Sit on the floor with the soles of your feet together. Gently push
knees down toward the floor with your elbows.
b. Stand with your feet three to four feet apart and turned out
slightly. Keep the knee of the leg to be stretched straight, and
bend the opposite knee as you move your body toward the
bent leg. Keep your toes pointed forward.
c. Repeat using the other leg
9. Anterior Tibialis (front of shin)
a. Stand with all of your weight on one leg. Extend the opposite
leg forward and flex and point at the ankle.
b. Repeat with the other leg.
7. Hamstrings (back side of upper leg)
a. Sit with one knee bent and the leg to be stretched out straight.
Reach for the toes of the straight leg with the right hand and
then the left hand.
b. Repeat with the other leg.
10. Iliopsoas (lower back)
a. If you have a neck problem, be very careful with this stretch. In a
sitting position (on a mat or rug hold your knees with your hands
and pull them to your chest.
b. Gently roll up and down your spine, keeping your chin down
toward your chest. This will further stretch the muscles along
the spine.
c. Try to roll evenly and with control. Roll back and forth 4 to 8
times or until you feel your back loosen.
8.Gluteus (back of hip
a. Lie on your back. Pull one knee up to
your chest while keeping the opposite
leg down on the floor with the knee
straight.
b. The same may be done standing.
c. Repeat with the other leg.
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LIMITED LIGHT COMMERCIAL WARRANTY
Up to 4 hours use per day
LIGHT COMMERCIAL USES DEFINED STEELFLEX warrants models.
For use in light commercial facilities including: Hotels, Resorts, Police & Fire
Stations, Apartment Complexes, Corporate Fitness Centers, Hospitals,
Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Clinics, where average use is up to four
hours per day. Not warranted for private Health Clubs, YMCAs or Schools.
STEELFLEX hereby extends the following limited warranties for the
following components of the device, for the period indicated:
FRAME – STEEEFLEX warrants the frame against defects in workmanship
and materials for 10 years so long as it remains in the possession of the
original owner.
ELECTRONICS &PARTS – STEELFLEX warrants the electronic
components and all original parts against defects in workmanship and
material for a period of 1 year from the date of original purchase, so long as
the device remains in the possession of the original owner.
Labor – STEELLFEX shall cover the labor cost for the repair or the device
for a period of 1 year from the date of original purchase.
EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS
This warranty applies only to the original owner and is not transferable. This
warranty is expressly limited to the repair or replacement of a defective
Frame, Electronic component, or defective Part and is the sole remedy of
the warranty. The warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, improper
assembly or maintenance, or installation or parts or accessories not
originally intended or compatible with the Fitness Product as sold.
The warranty does not apply to damage or failure due to accident, abuse,
corrosion , discoloration of paint or plastic, or neglect, STEELFLEX or its
vendors may sometimes be supplied as warranty replacements parts and
constitute fulfillment of warranty terms, Any warranty replacement parts shall
be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty term.
STEELFLEX expressly disclaims all other warranties, express or implied,
including but not limited to all warranties of fitness for a particular purpose or
of merchantability. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and your
rights may vary form state to state. .
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
The exclusive remedy for any of the above warranties shall be repair of
replacement of defective parts or the supply of labor to cure any defect,
provided that Labor shall be limited to one year. The local retailer shall
supply all labor and the product must be located within that retailer’s service
area. Products located outside the retailer’s service area will not be covered
by the labor warranty.
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