Preventative Maintenance
Fitness Equipment - Preventative Maintenance - Electrical Requirements
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PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
Regular maintenance is necessary for the optimal performance and long life of your fitness equipment. Please read and follow all instructions
below. If the equipment is not maintained as described, components may wear excessively, the treadmill may be damaged, and the warranty may
be voided. If you have questions about maintenance, please contact customer service.
CAUTION: Make sure to remove any safety keys and unplug the power cord before performing any maintenance procedures.
TREADMILLS
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
1. Unplug the power cord. Inspect and properly tighten all external parts of the treadmill.
2. Apply a mild multi-purpose cleaner to a 100 percent cotton cloth and remove any dust and grime from the handrails, uprights, foot rails, frame,
and motor hood. In addition, wipe the walking platform along the sides of the walking belt. Do not wipe under the walking belt. Apply a small
amount of mild multi-purpose cleaner to a 100 percent cotton cloth and wipe the console and the screens. Do not spray cleaner directly onto the
treadmill or use ammonia or acid-based cleaners.
3. Make sure that the walking belt is centered and properly tightened. If it is centered and runs smoothly, do not make any adjustments. If the
walking belt needs to be adjusted, refer to your owner’s manual for belt tension adjustment procedures.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
1. Unplug the power cord. Remove Motor Hood.
2. Using a hand-held vacuum, clean the area under the Motor Hood. Be careful to avoid touching any components. Check the Drive Belt for wear
and cracks. If the Drive Belt needs to be replaced, please contact Hotel Fitness customer service.
3. Plug in the power cord and insert the key into the console. Press the Start/Stop button. IMPORTANT: Be careful to avoid injury; keep your
hands away from moving parts and make sure that your clothes cannot become caught in moving parts. While the walking belt is moving, check
the treadmill for unusual noises or odors. If any of these problems exist, please contact customer service. Remove the key and unplug the power
cord. Reattach the Motor Hood.
ELLIPTICALS & EXERCISE BIKES
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE
1. Inspect and tighten all parts of the equipment. Replace any worn parts immediately.
2. To clean the bike or elliptical, use a damp cloth and a small amount of mild soap. For ellipticals, make sure to regularly clean the track wheels
and the track frame on which the track wheels ride. IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to the console, keep liquids away from the console and keep
the console out of direct sunlight.
3. Check to ensure the machine is level. If the elliptical exerciser rocks slightly on your floor during use, adjust the leveling feet beneath the
stabilizers and/or frame until the rocking motion is eliminated.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Treadmills and require a dedicated circuit. A dedicated circuit means that there is only one electrical circuit per unit. The circuit must be
equipped with a NEMA receptacle. Do not modify the plug provided with the unit. If it will not fit your electrical outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician. The correct configuration is shown below. SURGE PROTECTION IS REQUIRED TO PROTECT EQUIPMENT FROM
ELECTRICAL SURGES. Electrical surges can severely damage electronic components which may void warranty. When selecting proper surge
protection, ensure that it is rated for the electronic specifications of your product.
ONE PRODUCT PER DEDICATED OUTLET
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE - TREADMILL
Weekly Maintenance
Inspect and tighten Clean the
all external parts
treadmill.
of the treadmill.
Monthly Maintenance
Check the walking
belt for proper
tension and
alignment.
Remove the
motor hood and
vacuum the motor
compartment.
Check the motor
belt for cracks and
other wear.
Check the motor
for arcing; check
for noises or odors.
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Walking Platform Turned/Replaced
Walking Belt Replaced
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE - ELLIPTICAL
Weekly Maintenance
Inspect and tighten Clean the elliptical. Check the elliptical
all external parts
for proper level
of the elliptical.
with the floor
surface.
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Walking Platform Turned/Replaced
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE - EXERCISE BIKE
Weekly Maintenance
Inspect and tighten Clean the bike.
all external parts
of the bike.
Check the bike for
proper level with
the floor surface.
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