Manual 927 E

Manual 927 E
Manual 927 E
Contents
Monark Exercise AB ��������������������������������������� 4
Product Information ��������������������������������������� 5
Facts��������������������������������������������������������������������� 5
Serial number�������������������������������������������������������� 5
Operating Instruction ������������������������������������� 6
Workload device��������������������������������������������������� 6
Cycle adjustments������������������������������������������������� 6
Computer specifications���������������������������������������� 7
Trouble shooting guide ���������������������������������� 9
Service ����������������������������������������������������������� 10
Warning��������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Warranty������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Service check & maintenance����������������������������� 10
Batteries�������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Crank bearing����������������������������������������������������� 11
Flywheel bearing������������������������������������������������� 11
Transport������������������������������������������������������������� 11
Replacement of brake belt���������������������������������� 11
Brake belt contact surface���������������������������������� 11
Chain 1/2“ x 1/8“������������������������������������������������� 12
Freewheel sprocket��������������������������������������������� 13
Spare parts ���������������������������������������������������� 14
Important
Read the manual carefully before using the cycle
and save it for future use.
© 2010 MONARK EXERCISE AB, Vansbro, Sweden
Monark Exercise AB
Monark has 100 years’ experience of bicycle production. The Monark tradition has yielded know-how, experience, and a real feel for the product and quality. Since the early 1900s, Monark’s cycles have been living proof of precision, reliability, strength and service. That are the reasons why we are now the world
leader in cycle ergometers and the market leader in Scandinavia in transport cycles.
We manufacture, develop and market ergometers and exercise bikes, transport bikes and
specialized bicycles. Our largest customer groups are within health care, sports medicine,
public authorities, industry and postal services.
For more information: www.monarkexercise.se
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Monark 927 E
Product Information
Facts
Congratulations to your new Exercise cycle
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Monark 927 E Cardio Care is designed to in a simple way be used for exercise and rehabilitation. This
model has an easy adjustable brake system and a
computer/electronic meter for readouts.
Model 927 E Cardio Care is equipped with a computer showing Speed in km/h, Distance in km, exercise
Time in minutes and Heart rate in beats per minute.
Small flywheel, 14 kg (31 lbs)
Adjustable saddle with quick release lever
Adjustable handlebar with quick release lever
Stable frame, solid steel tube
Powder painted
Wheels for easy transport
Electronic display with heartrate and timer
Width
500 mm (19.7”) at handlebar
640 mm (25”) at support tubes
The computer also includes a separate Timer/Dist.
function display which can be set in minutes or in
kilometres.
Length
1240 mm (49”)
For complete directions please read the part ”Computer specifications”.
Height
1260 mm (49.6”) at handlebar
780-1170 mm (30.7-46”) at seat
Weight
46 kg (101 lbs)
Max user weight 250 kg (550 lbs)
NOTE!
Use of the product may involve considerable
physical stress. It is therefore recommended
people who are not accustomed to cardio or not
feel completely healthy to first consult a physician for advice.
Accessory
Chestbelt, Art. No: 9339-98
Serial number
The serial number of your Exercise cycle is placed according to fig: Serial number.
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Fig: Serial number (1)
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Operating Instruction
Workload device
Cycling makes the flywheel rotate and store energy.
Applying a braking resistance - workload - will make
the flywheel loose energy. A change of the workload is
done by turning the workload adjusting knob. Turning the knob clockwise will increase the workload and
turning it counter clockwise will decrease the workload. Fig: Tension knob.
Cycle adjustments
Fig: Tension knob
Seat height should be adjusted to a comfortable position. The appropriate height can be to have the knee
slightly bent when the sole of the foot is centred over
the pedal axle with the pedal to the bottom position.
To adjust the seat height turn the quick release bolt on
the saddle post and pull until the saddle post is loose.
See fig: Adjustments.
The handlebar setting shall give a comfortable position when cycling. During longer exercise sessions it
can be recommended to change handlebar position.
To adjust the handlebar loosen the quick release lever.
See fig: Adjustments.
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2
Fig: Adjustments.
1) Quick release bolt
2) Quick release lever
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Monark 927 E
Computer specifications
Main display
Speed:
Distance:
Time:
Heartrate:
0 – 99
0 - 99,9
0 - 99
50 -240
km/h
km
minutes
bpm
Lower display
Timer setting:
Distance setting:
Calories:
1 - 99
0,1 - 99,9
0-999
minutes
km
kcal
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2
Table: Display specifications
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Battery:
Storing temperature:
Working temperature:
4 x 1.5V, R14
-10ºC - +60ºC
0ºC - +50ºC
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Main display
Press on any key or pedalling the bike will activate
the computer.
This display shows Speed, Distance, Time and
Heartrate.
Fig: Display
1) Main display
2) Lower display
3) MODE-key
4) (+) -key
5) (-) -key
6) RESET-key
As soon as the subject starts pedalling the display lights
up and parameters are calculated and displayed. Time
count starts when pedalling begins and Time count
stops if pedalling is stopped. Time is only displayed
in minutes.
A ”P” in the Heartrate display indicate that the computer has not detected any heartrate signals. The
signals comes from a wireless heartrate transmitter/
chestbelt which can be bought as an accessory (Art.
No: 9339-98). The electrodes on the transmitter shall
be moistened a little before it is put on the chest.
Moistening makes the pulse signal good already from
start. The chestbelt/transmitter is to be placed just below the chest muscles.
Reset key:
Press RESET key to zero Speed and Distance in the
main display. An automatic reset is also made after an
automatic turn off of the computer.
Turn off
After two minutes the computer will turn off automatically if there is no speed or HR-signal detected.
At an automatic turn off all parameters are set to
zero.
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Lower display
The count down function in the lower display window can be set in time or distance - minutes or kilometres. Press MODE key to activate. Display will
then start flashing. While flashing press MODE again
and it will change between time and distance. As long
as it is flashing the figures can be changed. Use the
buttons (+) or (-) to increase or decrease value. At
setting value flashes for 15 seconds. To change setting
again activate by press the MODE key. When pedalling starts the count down begins. When reaching
zero a beeper sounds.
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The calorie consumption shows in the lower display.
Press MODE to change view between time, distance
and calories.
Km/Miles
For setting of km or miles press MODE until ”km”
start flashing. Use the buttons (+) or (-) to change to
miles.
Maintenance
Do not expose the computer to direct sunlight or extremely high temperatures. Do not use solvents when
cleaning, just a dry cloth.
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Fig: Display
1) Main display
2) Lower display
3) MODE-key
4) (+) -key
5) (-) -key
6) RESET-key
Trouble shooting guide
Symptom
Probable Cause/Corrective Action
The display is not working.
Check that the batteries are OK.
No heartrate.
Check the chestbelt (battery). Wet the thumbs and place them on the electrodes. A low clicking sound will appear near battery lid while you click on
the electrodes with one thumb.
Use another external HR-monitor to check the belt.
(chestbelt not included, Art. No: 933998)
Check that the chestbelt is positioned correct on test person and tight
enough. Check that the electrodes are wet, in hard cases it is necessary to
use a contact gel or a mixture of water with a few drops of washing-up
liquid.
The level for HR-signal can vary from person to person. Put chestbelt on
another known person who has a good pulse rendering.
Uneven heart rate.
Use an external unit for example a pulse watch to check if it also indicates
irregular pulse. If it is the case there are probably disturbance in the room.
Magnetic fields from high voltage cables, elevators, fluorescent tube etc.
can cause the disturbance. Other electronic equipment could be placed to
close.
If irregular pulse remains we recommend measuring HR manually. If HR
still remains irregular at workload test person’s health need to be examined.
There is a click noise with every pedalling The pedals are not tightly drawn, tighten them or change pedals.
(increases with the weight).
There is a loose in the crank cheek, tighten.
There is a loose in the base bearing, contact your dealer for service.
Scratching sound is heard when pedalling. Check that the carriage block is taken off and that none of the covers is
scratching.
There is a click noise and a squeak noise
when pedalling.
Untighten the chain a bit.
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Service
Service check & maintenance
Warning
To keep your Ergometer in good shape you should
make a regular service.
Make sure the voltage indicated on the appliance corresponds to the local mains voltage before making
connections.
Warranty
EU countries - Private use
If you are a natural person you will have a minimum
level of protection against defects in accordance with
EC Directive 1999/44/EC. In short, the directive provides for that your Monark Dealer will be liable for
any defects, which existed at the time of delivery. In
case of defects, you will be entitled to have the defect
remedied within a reasonable time, free of charge, by
repair or replacement.
EU countries - Professional use
Monark Exercise products and parts are guaranteed
against defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of one year from the initial date of purchase of
the unit. In the event of a defect in material or workmanship during that period above, Monark Exercise
will repair or replace (at its option) the product. Monark Exercise will do so at its expense for the cost of
materials but not for labour or shipping.
Other countries
Monark Exercise products and parts are guaranteed
against defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of one year from the initial date of purchase of
the unit. In the event of a defect in material or workmanship during that period above, Monark Exercise
will repair or replace (at its option) the product. Monark Exercise will do so at its expense for the cost of
materials but not for labour or shipping.
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Service action:
•If you wish to disinfect the surface of the bike we
recommend isopropyl alcohol. Use a damp but not
wet cloth to clean the surface you wish to disinfect.
•Keep your Ergometer clean and properly lubricated
(once a week).
•Periodically wipe the surface with a rust preventative, especially when it has been cleaned and the
surface is dry. This is done to protect the chromeand zinc parts as well as the painted parts (4 times
per year).
•Check now and then that both pedals are firmly
tightened. If not the threading in the pedal arms
will be damaged. Also check that pedal arms are
firmly tightened on the crank axle, tighten if necessary. When the Ergometer is new it is important to
tighten the pedals after 5 hours of pedalling (4 times
per year).
•Check that the pedal crank is secure to the crank
axle (4 times per year).
•Be sure that the pedals are moving smoothly, and
that pedal axle is clear of dirt and fibres (4 times
per year).
•When cleaning and lubricating be sure to check that
all screws and nuts are properly tightened (2 times
per year).
•Check that the chain is snug and there is no play in
the pedal crank (2 times per year).
•Check that pedals, chain and freewheel sprocket are
lubricated (2 times per year).
•Be sure that the brake belt does not show significant
signs of wear (2 times per year).
•Check that the handlebars and seat adjustment
screws are lubricated (2 times per year).
•Be sure that all moving parts as crank and flywheel
are working normal and that no abnormal play or
sound excsists. I.e. play in bearings causes fast wearing and with that follows a highly reduced lifetime.
•Check that the flywheel is placed in the center and
with plane rotation.
Monark 927 E
Batteries
It the meter is battery-operated, the batteries are in
a separate package at delivery. If the storing time
has been long the battery power can be too low to
make the computer act correctly. Batteries must be
changed.
Crank bearing
The crank bearing is long term greased and require
normally no supplementary lubrication. If problem
arises, please contact your Monark dealer.
Flywheel bearing
The bearings in the flywheel are lifetime greased and
require normally no maintenance. If problem arises,
please contact your Monark dealer.
Transport
At transport the brake belt should be somewhat tightened to prevent it from falling off the flywheel.
Replacement of brake belt
To replace the brake belt remove covers if necessary.
Make sure that the belt is loose.
Alt. 1: To loosen the belt on pendulum bikes with motor, turn the power on and move the pendulum to 4
kp. Hold it there until brake belt is loose. Observe
how the belt is connected. Take it apart and remove it
from the bike. Attach the new brake belt and assemble the bike in reverse order.
Alt. 3: To loosen the belt on other bikes remove all
possible tension. Observe how the belt is connected.
Take it apart and remove it from the bike. Attach the
new brake belt and assemble the bike in reverse order.
NOTE!
When replacing the brake belt it is recommended to
clean the brake surface. See ”Brake belt contact surface”.
Brake belt contact surface
Deposits of dirt on the brake belt and on the contact
surface may cause the unit to operate unevenly and
will also wear down the brake belt. The brake belt
contact of the flywheel surface should then be ground
off with fine sandpaper and any dust removed with a
clean dry cloth.
Remove if there are any covers and loosen the tension on the brake belt. Grind with a fine sandpaper.
Grinding is easier to perform if a second individual
cautiously and carefully pedals the cycle.
Irregularities on the brake belt contact surface are removed by means of a fine sandpaper or an abrasive
cloth. Otherwise unnecessary wear on the brake belt
may occur and the unit can become noisy.
Always keep the brake belt contact surface clean and
dry. No lubricant should be used. We recommend
replacing the brake belt when cleaning the contact
surface. In regard to assembly and adjustment of the
brake belt, see ”Replacement of brake belt”.
Alt. 2: To loosen the brake cord on cycles with weight
basket set the basket to its upper position. Loosen the
lock washer that is holding the cord and remove it
from the tension center. Loosen or cut of the knot in
the other end of the cord and then remove the hole
cord from the bike. When assembling a new brake
cord, first enter one end into the hole in the tension
center, and tie a knot and let the knot fall into the bigger part of the hole. Lock the end of the cord with the
lock washer.
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Chain 1/2“ x 1/8“
It is strongly recommended to keep the chain clean.
Dirt build-up on the chain will cause excess wear. A
chain lubricant and solvent for normal road bikes
may be used.
Check the lubrication and tension of the chain in regular intervals. In the middle of its free length the chain
should have a minimum play(3) of 10 mm (1/4 inch).
See fig: Chain adjustments. When the play in the chain
is about 20 mm (3/4 inch) it must be tightened otherwise it will cause abnormal wear of the chain and
chainwheels. Because of this it is always recommended to keep the chain play as little as possible. Loosen
the hub nut(2) on both sides and tense the chain with
the chain adjuster(1) when needed.
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3
When the chain has become so long that it can no
longer be tightened with the chain adjusters it is worn
out and shall be replaced with a new one.
Fig: Chain adjustments
1) Chain adjuster
2) Hub nut
3) Chain play
To adjust or replace the chain remove frame covers if
necessary.
To adjust the chain the hub nuts(2) should be loosened. Loosening or tightening the nuts on the chain
adjusters(1)will then move the hub and axle forward
or backward. Adjust according to above recommendation. Then tighten the nuts on the hub axle again.
See fig: Chain adjustments.
To replace the chain loosen the chain adjuster as much
as possible. Dismantle the chain lock(6) and remove
the chain. Put on a new chain and assemble the chain
lock. The spring of the chain lock should be assembled
with the closed end in the movement direction(5) of
the chain. Use a pair of tongs for dismantling and
assembling the spring(4). See fig: Chain replacement.
NOTE: At assembly the flywheel has to be parallel
with the centerline of the frame otherwise the chain
and chain wheels makes a lot of noise and wears out
rapidly.
Adjust chain adjusters to allow chain play according
to above. Tighten hub nuts firmly. Put on frame covers again.
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6
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Fig: Chain replacement
4) Lock spring
5) Movement direction
6) Chain lock
Freewheel sprocket
When replacing the freewheel sprocket remove frame
covers if necessary. Dismantle the chain as described
in part ”Chain 1/2” x 1/8” ”.
Loosen the axle nuts and lift off the flywheel. Remove
the axle nut, washer, chain adjuster and spacer on the
freewheel side. Place the special remover (Art. No.
9100-14) in the adapter and place the spacer and axle
nut outside. See fig: Special remover. Replace sprocketadapter and assemble the new parts in reverse order
according to the above.
NOTE: Do not tighten the axle nut completely. It
must be possible to loosen the adapter-sprocket half
a turn.
The sprocket should be lubricated with a few drops
of oil once a year. Tilt the cycle somewhat to make
it easier for the oil to reach the ball bearing. See fig:
Lubrication.
Fig: Lubrication
Fig: Hub assembly
Fig: Special remover
(Art. No: 9100-14)
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Spare parts
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From serial number: WBK 271946
Pos.
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Qty.
Art. No.
Description
Pos.
Qty.
Art. No.
Description
1
1
9309-30
Flywheel
12
1
9326-54
2
1
9309-45
Wheel suspension complete set
13
1
8966-175
BB cartridge bearing
-Chain adjuster (pair)
14
1
9328-162
Crank sensor w. 1750 mm cable
-Sprocket
15
1
9309-3
Joint clamp
-Bearing 6001-2z
16
1
9328-1
Frame
3
1
9000-12
4
1
76441
5
2
19001-6
-Axle
Chain, 100 L
6
3
9309-18
17
1
8966-176
7
1
9309-65
Brake belt, complete
18
1
9309-10
Cable holder
8
1
9371-16
Magnet
19
4
5673-9
Screw M5x12
9
2
8523-2
Dust cover for crank
20
1
9309-72
10
2
8523-115
Screw M8x1x20
21
1
5698
11
1
9300-430
Steel crank set, complete
22
1
9309-24
Tension cable, complete
23
1
9328-33
Adapter M20/M16
Monark 927 E
Support casing for BB-bracket
Tension device, complete
Screw M5x55
From serial number: WBK 271946
Pos.
Qty.
Art. No.
Description
1
1
9309-53
2
1
9309-4
3
1
9309-52
4
8
5675-9
5
1
9309-131
6
1
4992-7
7
1
5605-1
8
1
5864
9
1
5844
10
1
9308-132
11
1
9328-37
12
1
9328-6
13
1
9328-130
14
1
76424
15
1
74435
16
4
9300-12
17
1
9328-5
Pos.
Qty.
Art. No.
Description
Frame cover, left
18
4
9309-51
Plastic cap, black
Aluminium profile
19
4
9328-26
Rubber foot
5845
Locking nut
Frame cover, right
20
4
Screw M5x6,5
21
16
Bushing for saddle post
22
Saddle
23
Screw M8x46
24
1
9328-2
Washer M8
25
1
9309-160
Digital meter, complete
Locking nut
26
1
9000-105
Screw, M5x10
Locking knob
27
1
5864
Washer
Spacer
5673-9
Screw M5x12
1
9309-74
Control cover
4
9337-38
Screw M8x16
Transport wheel compl. (pair)
28
1
9326-89
Support tube, rear
29
1
9326-707
Saddle post
30
1
9309-9
Foot straps (pair)
31
1
9309-71
Pedal (pair)
1
9309-150
Screw M8x16
1
9309-550
Support tube, front
1
9309-78
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Handlebar clamp
Lever, complete
Handlebar, complete
-Handgrip (pair)
Screw set
Decal set
Handlebar black compl. with
clamp and lever
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Version 1010
Art. No: 7950-316
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