X3S Bench Manual - The Abs Company

X3S Bench Manual - The Abs Company
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Table Of Contents
Important Safety Instructions---------------------------------------------------------------- 3
Instructions--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
Parts List and Exploded View----------------------------------------------------------------- 5
Measurement Guide---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Assembly Instructions------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10
Assembly----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11
Maintenance Schedule----------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
General Maintenance Information-------------------------------------------------------- 15
Weight Training Tips-------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
Warranty----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
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Important Safety Instructions
Before beginning any fitness program, you should obtain a complete physical
examination from your physician. When using exercise equipment, basic
precautions should always be taken, including the following:
1. Read all instructions before using the equipment.
These instructions are written to ensure your safety and to protect the unit.
2. Use the equipment only for its intended purpose as described in this guide.
Do not use accessory attachments that are not recommended by the
manufacturer: such attachments might cause injuries.
3. The product should only be used on a level surface and is with 0.5 meters
space around the product.
Do not use the equipment outdoors.
4. Do not allow children on or near the equipment. And children are not allowed
to use this equipment.
Teenagers should use this equipment with adult supervision.
5. Do not overexert yourself or work to exhaustion.
Do not attempt to lift more weight than you can control safely.
If you feel any pain or abnormal symptoms, stop your workout immediately
and consult your physician.
6. This equipment is not used as medical apparatus and instruments.
7. Never operate the unit when it has been dropped or damaged.
Never drop or insert anything into any opening in the equipment.
Always check the unit and its cables before each use. Make sure that all
fasteners and cables are secure and in good working condition.
Frayed or worn cables can be dangerous and may cause injury. Periodically
check these cables for any indication of wear.
Keep hands, limbs, loose clothing and long hair well out of the way of moving
parts.
8. Be careful when getting on or off the equipment.
9. Wear proper exercise clothing and shoes for your workout, no loose clothing.
Personal Safety During Assembly
Read each step in the assembly instructions and follow the steps in sequence.
Do not skip ahead. If you skip ahead, you may learn later that you have to
disassemble components and that you may have damaged the equipment.
Assemble and operate the equipment on a solid, level surface. Locate the unit a
few feet from walls or furniture to provide easy access. The equipment is
designed for your enjoyment. By following these precautions and using common
sense, you will have many safe and pleasurable hours of healthful exercise with
the equipment.
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Instructions
Before beginning assembly please take the time to read instructions thoroughly.
Please use the various lists in this manual to make sure that all parts have been
included in your shipment. When ordering, use part number and description from
the lists. Use only our replacement part when servicing. Failure to do so will void
your warranty and could result in personal injury.
The equipment is designed to provide the smoothest, most effective exercise
motion possible. After assembly, you should check all functions to ensure correct
operation. If you experience problems, first recheck the assembly instructions to
locate any possible errors made during assembly. If you are unable to correct the
problem, call your authorized dealer. Be sure to have your serial number and this
manual when calling. When all parts have been accounted for, continue on.
Tools Required
Ratchet Wrench and Socket
Adjustable Wrench
Rubber Mallet
Hex Key Wrench Set
Phillips Screwdriver
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Parts List and Exploded View
Item No. Description
Qty
1
Rear Base
1
2
Foot Pad
2
3
Pulg RT50*100
1
Item No. Description
Qty
1
Front Rear Base
1
2
Pull Pin
1
3
Oval Tube Plastic Glide Insert
2
4
Pulg RT50*100
1
5
Pulg □50.8
1
6
Rivet M6
3
7
HEX Nut M6
2
8
Hexagon Socket Set Screw With Flat Point
2
9
Button Head Cap Screw M6*12
2
10
Socket Head Cap Screw M8*30
1
11
Socket Head Cap Screw M8*20
1
5
Parts List and Exploded View
Item No. Description
Qty
1
Adjustable Frame
1
2
Pulg □30*70
1
3
Socket Head Cap Screw M8*30
1
Item No. Description
6
Qty
1
Foam Frame
1
2
Bolts 32*2.5*29
2
Parts List and Exploded View
NOTE: SOME OF THESE PARTS MAY COME PRE-INSTALLED.
Item No.
Description
Qty
1
Rear Base ASSY
1
2
Front Rear Base ASSY
1
3
Adjustable Frame ASSY
1
4
FOAM Frame ASSY
2
5
Pedal Plate
1
6
FOAM
4
7
Aluminum Flathead
4
8
Big Plastic Washer
8
9
Socket Head Cap Screw M12*35
2
10
Socket Head Cap Screw M10*110
2
11
Hexagon Head Screw M10*30
4
12
Hexagon Head Screw M8*25
3
13
Flat Washer Φ13*Φ24*2.5
2
14
Flat Washer Φ11*Φ20*2
2
15
Spring Washer Φ12
2
16
Spring Washer Φ10
2
17
Hex Key S=3
1
18
Hex Key S=5
1
19
Hex Key S=6
1
20
Hex Key S=8
1
21
Hex Key S=10
1
22
Lube
1
7
Parts List and Exploded View
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Measurement Guide
BHCS = Button Head Cap Screw
SHCS = Socket Head Cap Screw
FHCS = Flat Head Cap Screw
HHB = Hex Head Bolt
Millimeters
Inches
Diameter of bolt
M6(1/4")
(mm/inch)
M8(5/16")
M10(3/8")
M12(1/2")
M16(5/8")
Tightening
torque (N.m)
9~12
22~30
45~59
78~104
193~257
Operational
methods for
adult men
The strength of
The strength of
The strength of
The strength of
the wrist and
the arm and
with all strength
the wrist
the entire arm
forearm
upper body
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Assembly Instructions
Assembly of the equipment takes professional installers about 2 hours. If this
is the first time you have assembled this type of equipment, plan to spend
more time. It is strongly recommended to assemble the equipment by
professional installers. You may find it quicker, safer, easier to assemble this
equipment with the help of a friend, as some of components may be large,
heavy or awkward to handle alone. It is important that you assemble your
product in a clean, clear, uncluttered area. This will enable you to move around
the product while you are fitting components and reduce the possibility of
injury during assembly.
NOTE
As with any assembled part, proper alignment and adjustment is critical. While
tightening the fasteners, be sure to leave room for adjustments. Do not fully
tighten the fasteners until instructed to do so. Be careful to assemble the
components in the sequence presented in this guide.
Training Area and Free Area
Specifications
Maximum Wt. Capacity: 100kg/ 220lbs
Maximum User Weight: 150kg/ 330lbs
Product Total Surface: 739*1015 mm
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Assembly
Step 1
Attach the Pedal Plate (#5) to the Front Rear Base ASSY (#2) using:
three M8*25 Hexagon Head Screw (#12)
Note: Wrench Tighten Bolts.
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Assembly
Step 2
Attach the Rear Base ASSY (#1) and the Front Rear Base ASSY (#2) using:
two M12*35 Socket Head Cap Screw (#9)
two M10*110 Socket Head Cap Screw (#10)
two Φ13*Φ24*2.5 Flat Washer (#13
two Φ11*Φ20*2 Flat Washer (#14)
two Φ12 Spring Washer (#15)
two Φ10 Spring Washer (#16)
Note: Wrench Tighten Bolts.
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Assembly
Step 3
Attach the FOAM Frame ASSY (#4) to the Front Rear Base ASSY (#2)
and the Adjustable Frame ASSY (#3), then attach the FOAM (#6) and
Big Plastic Washer (#8) to the FOAM Frame ASSY (#4) using:
four Aluminum Flathead (#7)
four M10*30 Hexagon Head Screw (#11)
Note: Wrench Tighten Bolts.
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Maintenance Schedule
ROUTINE
COMMERCIAL
HOME
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE
Inspect;
Links, Pull Pins, Snap Locks,
Swivels, Weight Stack Pins
DAILY
WEEKLY
Clean;
Upholstery
DAILY
WEEKLY
Inspect;
Cables or Belts and their tension
DAILY
WEEKLY
Inspect;
Accessory Bars, and Handles
WEEKLY
3 MONTHS
Inspect;
All Decals
WEEKLY
3 MONTHS
Inspect;
All Nuts and Bolts, Tighten if
needed
WEEKLY
3 MONTHS
Inspect;
Anti-Skid Surface
WEEKLY
3 MONTHS
Clean & Lubricate;
Guide Rods with a Teflon (PTFE)
based lubricant (Superlube)
MONTHLY
3 MONTHS
Lubricate;
Seat Sleeves, Turcite Bushings,
Linear Bearing
MONTHLY
3 MONTHS
Clean and Wax;
All Glossy Finishes
6 MONTHS
YEARLY
Repack with Grease;
Linear Bearings
6 MONTHS
YEARLY
YEARLY
3 YEARS
Replace;
Cables, Belts and Connecting
Parts
LATEST DATE ENTRY
Your equipment comes with a commercial maintenance decal. For personal,
in home use, please follow the home maintenance schedule listed above.
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General Maintenance Information
Links, Pull-Pins, Snap Hooks, Swivels, Weight Stack Pins:
* Check all pieces for signs of visible wear or damage.
* Check springs in snap hooks and pull-pins for proper tension and alignment.
* If the spring sticks or has lost its rigidity, replace it immediately.
Upholstery:
* To ensure prolonged upholstery life and proper hygiene, all upholstered pads should be wiped
down with a damp cloth after every workout.
* Periodically take the time to use a mild soap or an approved vinyl upholstery cleaner to deter
the onset of cracking or drying. Avoid using any abrasive cleaners or cleaners not intended for
use on vinyl.
* Replace ripped or warn upholstery immediately.
* Keep sharp or pointed objects clear of all upholstery.
Decals:
* Inspect and familiarize yourself with any safety warnings or other user information posted on
each decal.
Nuts and Bolts:
* Inspect all nuts and bolts for any loosening and tighten if needed.
* Go through a re-tightening sequence periodically to ensure that all hardware is tensioned
proper.
Anti-Skid Surfaces:
* These surfaces are designed to supply secure footing and need to be replaced if they appear
worn or become slippery.
Belts and Cables:
* We uses only high quality belt, and mil-spec cables.
* Visually inspect the belts and cables for fraying, cracking, peeling or discoloration.
* While the machine is not in use, carefully run your fingers along the belt or cable to feel for
thinning or bulging areas.
* Replace belts and cables immediately at the first signs of damage or wear. Do not use
equipment until belts or cables have been replaced.
Belt and Cable Tension:
* Referring to the Owners Manual, when belts or cables are used check all bolts attachments to
be sure they are properly attached.
* Check slack in cables and re-adjust cable tension if needed.
Seat Sleeves, Guide Rods:
* Wipe down adjusting tubes with a dust free rag before applying lubricant.
* Lubricate seat sleeves and Guide Rods with a Silicon or Teflon based lubricant spray.
Linear Bearings:
* Referring to the Owners Manual carefully disassemble the bearing from its housing and place
a finger full of light grease (lithium, super lube, etc.) into the inside of the bearing. Using your
finger, press the grease into the ball-bearings and their tracks. repeat until the ball-bearing
tracks are full of grease. Insert the shaft back into the bearing and wipe off excess grease.
PLEASE KEEP THIS FOR YOUR RECORDS
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Weight Training Tips
Use this manual to guide you through the basic exercises you can perform on
your equipment. To gain maximum results and avoid possible injury, consult a
fitness professional to develop your complete exercise program.
Always consult your physician before starting any exercise program.
To be successful in your exercise program, it is important to develop an
understanding of the basic principles of strength training. Now that you have
your equipment, it is only natural that you want to get started immediately.
First, determine a set of realistic goals and objectives for yourself. By deciding on
an exercise plan that is right for you prior to starting, you will contribute
significantly to your success.
Warm up properly before engaging in weight resistance training. Stretching,
yoga, jogging, calisthenics or other cardiovascular exercise can help prepare
your body for the heavier workload of lifting weights.
Learn how to perform the exercise correctly before using heavy weight. Correct
form is important to avoid injury and to ensure that you work the proper muscle
groups.
Know your limitations. If you are new to weight training or are embarking on an
exercise regimen after a long layoff, start slowly and build foundational strength
over a longer period of time.
Pay attention to your breathing. Exhale when you exert is a general rule of thumb.
Never hold your breath.
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The Abs Company, PO BOX 9, Chester NJ 07930
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