Page 1 Mi Tread Assembly We strive to make our equipment easy to

Page 1 Mi Tread Assembly We strive to make our equipment easy to
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Assembly
We strive to make our equipment easy to assemble and start using. The MF100 and MF200
model treadmills come completely assembled in the box and are ready to operate in just minutes.
Step 1: Remove from Packaging
Step 2: Stand up the Console
A. Rotate the blue round cap on each side at the bottom of
the post V2 turn counterclockwise to release any pressure
on the locking mechanism.
B. Lift up the quick release lever on the same round cap.
Repeat on the opposite side.
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C, Raise the handlebar and console support
to the upright position.
D. Press down the quick release lever to lock handlebar
and console support in place.
E. Turn the blue round cap clockwise to tighten and
secure the joint. Repeat on the opposite side.
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Caution: Injury to the user could occur if lever
is not pushed i into the locked position and cap.
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Step 3: Lock the Handlebar in Place
A. Rotate the handlebar down until it stops.
FRONT VIEW
B. On the back side of the console lock the handlebar in place
by turning the handle to the locked position.
REAR VIEW
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Leveling the Treadmill
For optimum performance the treadmill should be level. To level the MF100 anc M200
model treadmills use the adjustable feet underneath the back of the treadmill.
Loosen the lock nut on each foot and unscrew the feet to the desired height making
sure that the treadmill sits stable and even on the floor. Tighten each lock nut.
Adaquate Space
Make sure you have room to lay the treadmill down. There needs to be at least 1m
of clearance on both sides and in the front of the treadmill. There should be at least
1.5m of clearance on the back side of the treadmill for safety reasons. If the user
were to fall this would give adequate clearance to get off the treadmill.
Moving
The treadmill is equipped with transport wheels located in front. To move, lift up on
the back end of the frame. Relocate the treadmill by rolling the treadmill on these wheels.
Attention:
To lift up the treadmill improperly, the base pad will stop the treadmill from rolling.
If the treadmill is lifted too high, the rub of base pad on the floor will get rolling difficult.
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Display Console
Start / Stop: Press the START button to begin a Manual workout without having to set any individual
information. When the program begins your workout time will start counting up from 00:00 and you can
manually adjust the incline or speed as you exercise. If you need to temporarily stop your workout, press
the START button to PAUSE. To RESTART the workout, press the START button. When your workout is
completed, the console will reset after 30 seconds.
Reset: Press the reset button to exit your exercise program or restart program set up.
Mode: The MODE button is used to Select each piece of information needed during program setup
including Program and Workout Level.
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Display Console
Speed Control Buttons: The up and down arrows for Speed control are used to modify the value of
each selection during the program set up and to adjust the speed of the walking belt during use.
incline Control Buttons: Up and Down arrows for incline control are used to adjust
the incline of the walking belt during use.
Quick Select Buttons: The Mi Tread come with 4 quick select buttons for speed and
also includes 4 quick select buttons for incline. These buttons allow you to quickly
jump directly to the desired speed or incline rather than requiring that you scroll to get to the value.
Display Screen
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Workout Feedback: The display window will simultaneously display the
following workout information:
~} Time: The workout time elapsed or the workout time remaining
Incline: The level of belt incline ranging from 0-10
Speed: The speed you are traveling in Kilometers or Miles Per Hour
Calories: Estimated calories burned since the beginning of the workout
Distance: Total distance traveled in miles or kilometers since the beginning of the workout
Pulse: Your measured heart rate using the Contact Heart Rate sensors located on the handlebars
Lubrication: This icon turns on when it is time to apply silicone lubricant to the running belt
Maintenance: This icon turns on when it's time to clean and check all hardware on the treadmill
For more information on Lubrication and Maintenance please see page 28.
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Reading Your Heart Rate
Audio Jack
Contact Heart Rate Sensors are built into the stationary hand grips of the Mi Tread to monitor your
heart rate during exercise. To use, grasp the sensors with a comfortable grip, with the palms of your hands
placed over the sensors. If the sensors are having difficulty picking up your heart rate you may consider using
aloe or a moisturizer on your hands or you can warm up as you exercise to increase the moisture in your hands.
Dry hands do not transfer your pulse as effectively as moist hands.
Do not squeeze tightly as this can cause your blood pressure to rise. It will take a few seconds for the
console to calculate your heart rate accurately.
Audio Package: Included are audio in and audio out jacks to use with MP3 players or other audio
devices with standard input jacks and also an output jack to use headphones.
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Program Overview
The preset programs default to 24 minute workout time but you can adjust these times during
program set up. You can also select from 3 different intensity levels during the program set up.
The Mi Tread comes with 3 programs that control the speed and 3 programs that control the level of
incline to vary the effort required during your workout.
The Preset Programs {Km/h}
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Custom User Set-up Programs
This program allows the user to preset the speed and incline levels for a personalized workout.
Heart Rate Control Program
The Mi Tread come with constant heart rate control program. The Heart Rate Control program uses both
speed and incline to keep your heart rate at th set limit.
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Constant Heart Rate Control: The “Constant” program lets you select a single heart rate that you
want to maintain throughout your workout and the treadmill will maintain this heart rate for you by adjust-
ing the speed and the incline. There is a 3 minute warm up before the actual program starts.
Typically for Weight Loss set the target heart rate at 65% of your predicted maximum heart rate and for
Cardio Training set the target at 80% of your predicted maximum. Refer to the Heart Rate Training section
of this manual to determine your optimal training zones based on your age and exercise objectives.
Operating Your Display Console
Starting in Manual
The quickest way to get started is to press the START button. Pressing the START button will start the
treadmill in the Manual program and the TIME will start counting up from 00:00. You can also press
Speed Up/Down button to select M for Manual program. Using the Mode button will allow you
to set a specific workout TIME,
Setting Time in Manual Mode
Insert the safety key and press the Speed Up/Down buttons until “M”is displayed at the bottom of the
screen. Press the Mode button and the time begins flashing. Press the Speed Up/Down button to set
the desired workout time. Press Start and the time will count down from the set time. Press Start/Stop
button to pause your workout and press it again to resume workout. Press the Reset button
to rest the console.
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Starting a Preset Program (3 Preset Speed and 3 Incline Programs)
1. Insert the safety key and press the Speed Up/Down buttons until the desired program
is displayed (P1 to P6). The first 3 are Speed programs and the next 3 are Incline programs.
2. Press the Mode button and use the Speed Up/Down buttons to select a level (LT to L3).
3. Press the Mode button and press the Up/Down button until the desired time is set.
4 Press the Start button. The treadmill will start and then count down from the set time.
Custom User Mode
User Mode must be set up before using. To set up the User Mode:
1. Insert the safety key and press the Speed Up/Down buttons to get the user program (UT),
2. Press the Mode button and the time will flash. Use the Speed Up/Down button to set
the time (default time: 24 minutes).
3. Press the Mode button to select the speed and incline for Segment 1. Use the Speed
Up/Down buttons to set the speed. Use the Incline Up/Down buttons to select the incline level.
4. Press Mode and repeat step 3. Continue to press Mode and set the desired speed and
incline levels for all 12 Segments.
5. Press the Start button to begin your workout.
‘Once the program has been set up, simply scroll to the USER program and press START.
Using Heart Rate Control Programs
The constant Heart Rate Control (HRC) program requires that you set a heart rate that the display
console will maintain throughout the workout.
HRC- Constant
1. Insert the safety key and press the Speed Up/Down buttons until HRC is displayed in the console,
2. Press the Mode button and use the Speed Up/Down buttons to set the desired workout time
The default time is 24 minutes.
3. Press the Mode button and use the Speed Up/Down buttons to set up your correct age.
4. Press the Mode button and use the Speed Up/Down Buttons to select the Target Heart Rate.
5. Press the Mode button and use the Speed Up/Down buttons to set the Max. speed.
6. Press the Mode button and use the Speed Up/ Down buttons to set the Max. Incline.
7. Press the Start button, the treadmill will run through a 3 minute warm up at 3Km/h or 2 MPH and
incline to level 5. After the 3 minute warm up the treadmill will start to change speed and incline -
to get your heart rate to your large: Heart Rate.
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Operations
While exercising you can change the Speed and Incline Level by pressing the UP / DOWN
buttons. To pause your exercise program press the START button and to reset your
program, press the Reset button
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Fold N Store
The MF100 / MF200 treadmills have been designed to give you a number of simple storage options.
These treadmills can be folded and stored under-a bed, tucked away in a corner or even stored in a closet.
Upright Storage
Step 1: Moving the Handlebar to the Upright Storage Position
A. On the back of the console, B. Lift the Handlebar upwards C. Turn the Locking Handle
turn the Locking Handle as shown below. counterclockwise to the
clockwise to UNLOCK. LOCK position.
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Step 2: Folding the Console Down to the Walking Surface
A. Rotate the blue round cap on each side V2 turn counterclockwise
to release any pressure on the locking mechanism.
B. Release the Quick Release lever on the same round cap.
Repeat on the opposite side.
C. Fold the handlebar and
console support down
until it rests on the
treadmill platform.
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Step 2: (continued)
D. Press in the Quick Release lever Е. Тит the blue round cap clockwise
to lock the handlbar and to tighten and secure the joint.
console support in place. | Repeat on the opposite side.
Step 3. Standing Up the Folding Treadmill
A. Turn off the power switch located by the plug at
the base of the treadmill. Unplug the power cord
from both the wall and the treadmill.
B. Pull up the blue extension foot
located on the top of the hood.
C. Lift the back of the treadmill up
until it rests on the extension foot.
Make sure itis on a level surface
Keep treadmill safely stored
out of reach of children.
Note: The treadmill is equipped with transport wheels located in front. To move, lift up
on the back end of the frame. Relocate the treadmill by rolling the treadmill on these wheels.
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Belt Lubrication
Use only 100% Silicone and avoid using aerosol silicone sprays which include additives and petroleum
distillates. One ounce of Silicone should be used for each application.
The running belt should be lubricated every 3 months (regardless of use) or every 50
hours of use, whichever comes first. Even if the treadmill is not being used, silicone will dissipate
over time and the belt will dry out.
Note: Even though the running belt is lubed from the manufacturer, you should lubricate
the running belt when first using the treadmill in case the belt has dried some between the dates
the unit was manufactured and when it was purchased.
The Silicone icon will turn on in the display every 100 hours of use and is a reminder that itis time to
lubricate the running belt. As indicated above it is best to lubricate the running belt every 50 hours of use,
This is a reminder for the 2nd 50 hours. The icon will be in the display for 5 minutes and then it will turn off.
To turn the icon off you can simply press the SPEED DOWN and START buttons simultaneously untill the
icon turns off.
Apply the silicone to the underside of the treadmill belt. Do not apply to the walking surface.
This may be accomplished by folding the treadmill and applying the silicone to the back of the belt
from each back corner. Spray the silicone down and across the belt from each corner. Rotate the
helt 1/2 of the circumference and repeat from each corner.
Note: When lubricating the belt, make sure the treadmill is located on a surface that can be easily
cleaned. After lubricating your treadmill running belt, clean any excess silicone off the belt and frame.
Cleaning and Maintenance
It is recommended to wipe the treadmill down after each use to keep the treadmill clean and dry. A
mild detergent may be used at times to help remove all dirt and salt from the belt, painted parts and
the display.
The Maintenance icon shows up in the display every 150 hours of use. This is a reminder to clean the
unit really good. This cleaning would include removing the motor cover and cleaning around the
motor and electronics. It is recommended to clean the motor compartment if the treadmill is in an
area where there might be a lot of pet hair or plush carpet fibers that could get pulled up into the
motor compartment. It is a good idea at this time to check and tighten all assembly hardware as well.
Warning: Unplug the Power Cord Before Removing the Motor Cover.
After cleaning and checking all assembly hardware, turn the maintenance icon off, by pressing
SPEED DOWN and START buttons simultaneously until the icon turns off.
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The treadmill is designed and manufactured to be reliable and easy to use. However, if
you have a problem, these troubleshooting steps may help you find the cause.
The console is erratic or not lighting up
Check to make sure that the treadmill is properly plugged in, turn the power
switch off and back on again and make sure the safety key is in place. if the
problem persists contact Customer Service.
The belt does not stay in the center of the treadmill when in use.
First check to make sure that the treadmill is level, then refer to the instructions in
this manual on how to tension and adjust the belt.
The treadmill motor seems strained or E1 comes up after several minutes of use.
The lubricating silicone that is applied to the deck and belt is wearing down and
the belt needs to be lubricated with silicone spray.
The treadmill belt slips during use.
The belt may need to be tensioned after a period of use. Refer to the Belt
Tensioning and Adjustment Section of this manual.
Speed does not match quick keys. Treadmill Starts at 1 and goes to 16.
Please contact Customer Service.
Heart Rate is erratic or not picking up.
Make sure your hands are moist (Aloe Vera helps). Make sure all connectors at the
back of the console are properly connected and no wires are damaged.
If wearing a chest strap make sure the batteries are good and that the electrodes
are moist and position properly on your chest.
Silicon icon lights up on console.
Lubricate the running belt with 100% pure silicone. Then simultaneously press
and hold the Speed Down and Start/Stop buttons until the light turns off.
Maintenance icon lights up on console.
This light indicates a scheduled cleaning and maintenance should be done.
Please read the Cleaning section in this manual for details. To turn the icon
off press the Speed Down and the Start/Stop buttons simultaneously.
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Belt Tensioning
If the belt begins to slip during use, it will need to be tensioned. Your treadmill is equipped with
tension bolts that are accessible from the back of the treadmill. Before tensioning the belt,
start the treadmill and set the speed to 5Km/h or 3MPH. Using a 6 mm Allen Wrench, included in
your hardware bag, turn the right and left tension bolts 1/2 turn, alternating back and forth until the
belt slipping stops. After you adjust each side 1/2 turn, test to see if the slipping is eliminated. If
the belt still slips repeat this step and test again.
If you turn one side more than the other, the belt will start to drift to the side of the
treadmill and need to be aligned. Do Not tighten more that 2 full turns on each side.
If slippage still occurs, contact Customer Service.
Note: Over tensioning the belt can cause
unnecessary friction and wear and tear
on the belt, motor and electronics.
Aligning the Running Belt
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Ensure the running belt is centered on your treadmill at all times. Running style and a non- level
surface are two instances that may cause the belt to drift off center. Minor adjustments to the two
bolts at the rear of the treadmill are necessary when the belt has drifted off center.
1. Press "START" then increase the treadmills speed to SKm/h or 3MPH.
2. Stand at the rear of the treadmill to determine which direction the belt is drifting.
3. If the belt drifts to the left, turn the left adjustment bolt one-quarter turn clockwise and
the right adjustment bolt one-quarter turn counter-clockwise. (See FIG.C)
4.1f the belt drifts to the right, turn the left adjustment bolt one-quarter turn counter-clock
wise and the right adjustment bolt one-quarter turn clockwise. (See FIG.D)
5. Observe the tracking of the belt for about two minutes. Repeat steps 3 3,4 and 5 as needed.
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Running belt lubrication
LUBRICATION OF TREADMILL IS ESSENTIAL TO OPERATION. THE TREADMILL MUST
BE LUBRICATED WITH 20ML SILICONE ONCE EVERY MONTH OR EVERY 20 HOURS
OF USE, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.
TO LUBRICATE, LIFT RUNNING BELT AS HIGH AS POSSIBLE ABOUT HALFWAY
ALONG. INSERT STRAW FROM SILICONE BOTTLE SO IT REACHES TO THE MIDDLE
OF THE BELT AREA. START PUMPING WHILST WITHDRAWING STRAW TOWARDS
THE EDGE. 25 PUMPS ARE REQUIRED ON EACH SIDE. REPEAT PROCEDURE ON
OPPOSITE SIDE. IF BELT IS STUCK UNDER SIDE RAIL, USE A SCREWDRIVER TO
LEVER QUT. ENTIRE WIDTH MUST BE COVERED.
COVER FULL
WIDTH.
25 PUMPS PER
SIDE.
LIFT BELT AS
HIGH AS
POSSIBLE
ONLY INFINITI SILICONE MAY BE USED. MANY MARKET SILICONES
CONTAIN PETROLEUM ADDITIVES WHICH ARE DESTRUCTIVE. NO AFTERMARKET
LUBE KITS SUCHAS LUBE AND WALK ARE TO BE USED. INFINITI SILICONE MAY BE
PURCHASED FROM YOUR DEALER OR INFINITI. IF UNSURE ABOUT LUBRICATION
PROCEDURE, CONTACT YOUR DEALER OR INFINITI,
# Warranty void if treadmills are not
maintained with silicone correctly!
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