USER MANUAL – EN IN 2636 Scooter WORKER

USER MANUAL – EN IN 2636 Scooter WORKER
USER MANUAL – EN
IN 2636 Scooter WORKER Rodez
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ................................................................................................................. 3
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS........................................................................................................................ 3
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................................. 4
Wheel Assembly .................................................................................................................................. 4
Handlebar Assembly ............................................................................................................................ 5
Hand Brakes Assembly and Adjustment ............................................................................................. 5
MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................................... 6
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY, WARRANTY CLAIMS ................................................... 7
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IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL THOROUGHLY BEFORE ASSEMBLING, RIDING
OR PERFORMING MAINTENANCE ON THIS SCOOTER.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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Suitable for children over 5 years of age.
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Check and tighten the bolts and screws before every ride.
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Make sure all components are functioning properly before every ride. Check also the correct
setting of the steering system.
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Maintain inflation of the tires to no more than the maximum inflation marked on the side of the
tire.
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Rider should wear proper protection while using this product. Please wear a helmet, knee,
wrist and elbow pads, and shoes. This will greatly reduce the chance of injury, even though it
won’t fully prevent it.
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If any component is damaged or not functioning properly, it should be replaced before the
product is used again.
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Avoid sharp bumps, drains, grates and sudden surface changes.
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Avoid streets and surfaces with water, sand, gravel, dirt, leaves and other debris. Wet weather
impairs traction, braking and visibility.
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Avoid excessive speed while riding downhill.
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Brake will get hot with continuous use, do not touch the brake after braking.
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Do not add accessories or parts that were not supplied by the manufacturer. Do not modify the
scooter in any way.
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Follow local traffic rules and legislature. Check if it is compulsory to wear protective gear while
riding a scooter.
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Weight limit: 60 kg
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Category: A
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Certification: EN 14619
WARNING: An adult must assist in the initial assembly of the scooter. Make sure your scooter is fully
assembled before riding. Read and understand the manual before using the scooter. Failure to do so
can result in serious injury.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
THIS SCOOTER IS NOT RECOMMENCED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS OF AGE. THE
MAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMIT IS 60 KGS.
Please read and follow the safety precautions listed below, failure to do so could result in injury or
damage to your scooter.
PLEASE INSTRUCT YOUR CHILD ON HOW TO PROPERLY OPERATE THIS SCOOTER. ALSO
INSTRUCT YOUR CHILD TO FOLLOW THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS LISTED IN THIS MANUAL.
WARNING: DO NOT TAKE THIS SCOOTER ON ROADS OR PLACES WITH MOTOR VEHICLES.
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Wear a helmet.
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Do not ride near motor vehicles.
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Practice braking in a safe environment.
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Never ride near steps, sloped driveways, hills, roadways, alleys, swimming pool areas or other
bodies of water.
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Never allow more than one rider on the scooter.
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Never ride the scooter in damp or rainy weather. Wet surfaces may increase braking distance.
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Never tow other vehicles or children on skates or skateboards behind the scooter.
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Do not ride at night or in lowered visibility conditions.
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Always wear shoes when riding this scooter. Do not wear open shoes.
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Give pedestrians the right-of-way. Don't ride too close to pedestrians.
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Avoid hazards which may hinder your ability to control your scooter. Potholes, ruts, uneven
pavement, storm grating, gravel, curbs, leaves, puddles and debris can all have an effect on
your riding and result in a loss of control.
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Do not ride off road or on rough pavement.
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Keep both hands on the handlebars at all times.
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Do not wear anything that might restrict your hearing.
CAUTION: Brake gently to avoid skidding or sudden stops. Skidding may cause excessive wear and
damage to the scooter’s wheels.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: The assembly must be carried out by an adult.
Remove the scooter from the box and make sure no parts are missing or damaged. (The tires come
inflated with air but may lose some air during shipping. Make sure they are inflated to 35PSI.)
Wheel Assembly
Install wheels with axles pushed fully into the axle slots. Make sure to install tab washers (a) so that
the tab is inserted into the round hole in the frame.
(a)
(b)
This washer (a) should be on the outside of the frame, between the frame and axle nut (b). Make sure
the wheels are centered, then tighten the axle nuts (b) firmly with a wrench.
NOTE: Front and rear wheels are installed the same way. The back wheel may come pre-installed.
During wheel installation make sure the top edge of the brake pad is parallel with the top edge of the
rim of the wheel.
Insert the wheel into the axle slots. Install the tab washer first (a) and then install the axle nut (b).
Tighten with a wrench.
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Handlebar Assembly
Install the stem of the handle bars into the fork tube, in a position parallel to the front wheel. Tighten
the stem bolt by using a wrench. Make sure the stem is installed below the maximum height mark.
(c) Fork tube
(d) Tighten the stem bolt
Hand Brakes Assembly and Adjustment
WARNING: The hand brakes on this scooter were not adjusted at the factory. Before you ride the
scooter you must assemble and adjust the hand brakes. Install brake levers onto the handlebar. The
brake lever on the right hand side connects to the front brake, and the brake lever on the left hand
side connects the rear brake.
1. Squeeze the rear brake arms with your hand until the brake pads are up against the wheel
rim. This will enable the inner brake cable wire to tighten and you’ll have enough space to
easily slip the barrel end of the brake cable wire into the hole in the brake lever.
2. Insert the brake cable wire into the slot in the front of the brake lever and then remove your
hand. The brake cable cap will automatically spring back into the slot on the front of the brake
lever assemble.
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Hand brakes adjustment:
a) Loosen the anchor bolt nut.
b) Squeeze the brake pads against the wheel rim again.
c) Pull the brake cable wire through the anchor bolt hole until there is no slack in the inner
brake wire.
d) Tighten the anchor bolt nut.
e) Squeeze the brake lever hard and then release it several times. Rotate the wheel; make
sure it does not wobble. There should be about 1.6 mm clearance between the wheel rim
and each brake pad.
a. Brake cable
b. Cable adjusting screw
c. Adjusting screw lock nut
d. Inner brake cable wire
e. Anchor bolt & nut
NOTE: If additional brake adjustment is required, you can bring the brake rubbers closer to the wheel
rim by turning the adjusting screw counter-clockwise. To make the brake rubbers further from the rim,
turn the adjusting screw clockwise. Be sure the cable is locked securely through the anchor bolt. Reset
the cable adjusting lock nut when you have finished adjusting.
WARNING: If the hand brakes still don’t function properly even after adjustments, contact an
authorized customer service. Do not ride the scooter if the brake does not function properly.
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Safety can be guaranteed only with proper maintenance.
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Bearings: Make sure you do not ride on water, oil or sand – the bearings could get damaged.
If you want to maintain the bearings in good condition, regularly check the wheels’ rotation.
Flip the scooter upside down and use your fingers to spin the wheel. If the wheel does not
spin, you need to disassemble it and check its condition. Unscrew the axle first, remove it and
then remove the wheel. Carefully push both bearings out. If the bearings are jagged or
compressed, you need to replace them. If there is no visible damage, the bearings need to be
lubricated. In this situation, use a paper towel or a cloth to remove any lubricant, mud or dust
from the bearing first. Then lubricate the bearings with spray lubricant or petroleum jelly. Install
the bearings, axle and wheel back onto the scooter. Repeat the steps with the second wheel.
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Wheels: Wheels can get worn over time or they can get punctured due to frequent use on a
rough terrain. The rear wheel is more susceptible to wear, because it is used more while
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braking. It is recommended to inspect the wheel regularly and in case of wear or tear to
replace them immediately.
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Product modifications: The original product cannot be modified in any way that is not
described in these maintenance instructions.
Nuts, axles and other quick release mechanisms: We recommend to check these parts regularly.
They can get loose over time. If that’s the case, they need to be tightened again. If the parts lose their
effectiveness completely, they need to be replaced.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY, WARRANTY CLAIMS
General Conditions of Warranty and Definition of Terms
All Warranty Conditions stated hereunder determine Warranty Coverage and Warranty Claim
Procedure. Conditions of Warranty and Warranty Claims are governed by Act No. 40/1964 Coll. Civil
Code, Act No. 513/1991 Coll., Commercial Code, and Act No. 634/1992 Coll., Consumer Protection
Act, as amended, also in cases that are not specified by these Warranty rules.
The seller is SEVEN SPORT s.r.o. with its registered office in Borivojova Street 35/878, Prague
13000, Company Registration Number: 26847264, registered in the Trade Register at Regional Court
in Prague, Section C, Insert No. 116888.
According to valid legal regulations it depends whether the Buyer is the End Customer or not.
“The Buyer who is the End Customer” or simply the “End Customer” is the legal entity that does not
conclude and execute the Contract in order to run or promote his own trade or business activities.
“The Buyer who is not the End Customer” is a Businessman that buys Goods or uses services for the
purpose of using the Goods or services for his own business activities. The Buyer conforms to the
General Purchase Agreement and business conditions to the extent specified in the Commercial
Code.
These Conditions of Warranty and Warranty Claims are an integral part of every Purchase Agreement
made between the Seller and the Buyer. All Warranty Conditions are valid and binding, unless
otherwise specified in the Purchase Agreement, in the Amendment to this Contract or in another
written agreement.
Warranty Conditions
Warranty Period
The Seller provides the Buyer a 24 months Warranty for Goods Quality, unless otherwise specified in
the Certificate of Warranty, Invoice, Bill of Delivery or other documents related to the Goods. The legal
warranty period provided to the Consumer is not affected.
By the Warranty for Goods Quality, the Seller guarantees that the delivered Goods shall be, for a
certain period of time, suitable for regular or contracted use, and that the Goods shall maintain its
regular or contracted features.
The Warranty does not cover defects resulting from:
User’s fault, i.e. product damage caused by unqualified repair work, improper assembly, insufficient
insertion of seat post into frame, insufficient tightening of pedals and cranks
Improper maintenance
Mechanical damages
Regular use (e.g. wearing out of rubber and plastic parts, joints etc.)
Unavoidable event, natural disaster
Adjustments made by unqualified person
Improper maintenance, improper placement, damages caused by low or high temperature, water,
inappropriate pressure, shocks, intentional changes in design or construction etc.
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Warranty Claim Procedure
The Buyer is obliged to check the Goods delivered by the Seller immediately after taking the
responsibility for the Goods and its damages, i.e. immediately after its delivery. The Buyer must check
the Goods so that he discovers all the defects that can be discovered by such check.
When making a Warranty Claim the Buyer is obliged, on request of the Seller, to prove the purchase
and validity of the claim by the Invoice or Bill of Delivery that includes the product’s serial number, or
eventually by the documents without the serial number. If the Buyer does not prove the validity of the
Warranty Claim by these documents, the Seller has the right to reject the Warranty Claim.
If the Buyer gives notice of a defect that is not covered by the Warranty (e.g. in the case that the
Warranty Conditions were not fulfilled or in the case of reporting the defect by mistake etc.), the Seller
is eligible to require a compensation for all the costs arising from the repair. The cost shall be
calculated according to the valid price list of services and transport costs.
If the Seller finds out (by testing) that the product is not damaged, the Warranty Claim is not accepted.
The Seller reserves the right to claim a compensation for costs arising from the false Warranty Claim.
In case the Buyer makes a claim about the Goods that is legally covered by the Warranty provided by
the Seller, the Seller shall fix the reported defects by means of repair or by the exchange of the
damaged part or product for a new one. Based on the agreement of the Buyer, the Seller has the right
to exchange the defected Goods for a fully compatible Goods of the same or better technical
characteristics. The Seller is entitled to choose the form of the Warranty Claim Procedures described
in this paragraph.
The Seller shall settle the Warranty Claim within 30 days after the delivery of the defective Goods,
unless a longer period has been agreed upon. The day when the repaired or exchanged Goods is
handed over to the Buyer is considered to be the day of the Warranty Claim settlement. When the
Seller is not able to settle the Warranty Claim within the agreed period due to the specific nature of the
Goods defect, he and the Buyer shall make an agreement about an alternative solution. In case such
agreement is not made, the Seller is obliged to provide the Buyer with a financial compensation in the
form of a refund.
SEVEN SPORT s.r.o.
Registered Office:
Headquarters:
Warranty & Service Centre:
CRN:
VAT ID:
Phone:
E-mail:
Web:
Borivojova 35/878, 130 00 Praha 3, Czech Republic
Delnicka 957, 749 01 Vitkov, Czech Republic
Cermenska 486, 749 01 Vitkov, Czech Republic
26847264
CZ26847264
+420 556 300 970
eshop@insportline.cz
reklamace@insportline.cz
servis@insportline.cz
www.insportline.cz
SK
INSPORTLINE s.r.o.
Headquarters, Warranty & Service centre:
CRN: 36311723
VAT ID: SK2020177082
Phone:
E-mail:
Elektricna 6471, 911 01 Trencin, Slovakia
+421(0)326 526 701
objednavky@insportline.sk
reklamacie@insportline.sk
servis@insportline.sk
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Web:
www.insportline.sk
Date of Sale:
Stamp and Signature of Seller:
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