owner`s manual - Core Health and Fitness: Support

Star Trac® Studio Series Group Cycle Bikes
OWNER’S MANUAL
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................1
WARNING ..................................................................................................................................4
EMERGENCY STOP ..................................................................................................................6
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..........................................................................................................7
Precautions ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT .............................................................................................9
TESTING EQUIPMENT AFTER ASSEMBLY .......................................................................... 10
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................ 11
Seat and Handlebar Adjustment ....................................................................................................................... 11
Pedal Strap Adjustment ..................................................................................................................................... 12
Resistance Control ............................................................................................................................................. 13
Bike Setup ........................................................................................................................................................... 13
TRAINING INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 16
MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................... 17
Tools .................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Moving and Leveling .......................................................................................................................................... 17
Preventative Maintenance.................................................................................................................................. 17
Adjusting Chain Tension on the Studio 3 ........................................................................................................ 19
Checking and Adjusting Belt Tension on the Studio 5 and Studio 7 ............................................................ 20
Replacing Worn Brake Pads on the Studio 3, Studio 5, and Studio 7 .......................................................... 23
CONTACT INFORMATION ...................................................................................................... 26
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INTRODUCTION
This manual will acquaint you with the operation, safety, and maintenance of your Star Trac Studio series group
cycling bike.
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7270 – Star Trac Studio 3
7280 – Star Trac Studio 5
7290 – Star Trac Studio 7
7290 – Star Trac Studio 7, Candy Apple Red (Special Edition)
Refer to the Assembly Instructions in the box for your specific model for proper assembly of your bike.
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WARNING – to reduce the risk of personal injury:
1. This equipment is designed for use in a commercial gymnasium or health club. To ensure the proper use
of the equipment in a safe manner, all users of the equipment should read this manual before using the
machine. This machine should be made a part of your club training program in order that the equipment is
used by your members in as safe a manner as intended. In addition to instructing the club members in the
proper use of the equipment, the club member should obtain a complete physical examination from their
health care provider before beginning any exercise program.
2. This machine is not intended to be used by children. It is not intended to be used by persons with reduced
physical, sensory, or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless given instruction
and under the personal supervision concerning use of the machine by a person responsible for their
safety. Do not leave children unsupervised around the machine.
3. Assemble and operate the machine on a solid level surface. Position the machine with a minimum of 20
inches (0.5 meters) of clearance on all sides to allow for ease of mounting and dismounting. These
dimensions are the recommended minimum distances. The actual area for access and passage is the
responsibility of the facility and should take into account this training envelope and any other national or
local codes or regulations.
4. Do not exceed the maximum allowable weight limit of 350 lbs. / 159 kg.
5. Use care when getting on or off the machine. Never remove your feet from the pedals while the pedals
are still in motion. Prevent your feet from coming out of the toe clip or shoe cage by keeping shoe laces
tucked in and foot straps pulled snug around your shoe. If your foot does become disengaged, push down
on the resistance knob to stop the flywheel’s motion.
6. Do not over exert yourself during exercise. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath or feel faint. If you feel pain or experience any abnormal symptoms, stop
exercising and consult your health care provider.
7. Wear proper exercise clothing and athletic shoes during a workout. Avoid wearing loose clothing. Tie
back long hair and keep towels away from the moving parts. Face forward at all times and never attempt
to turn around while the machine is moving.
8. Ensure that adjustment knobs (seat height, seat fore-and-aft, and handlebar) are properly secured and do
not interfere with range of motion during exercise.
9. Do not insert any object, hands or feet into any openings, or expose hands, arms or feet to the drive
mechanism or other potentially moving part of the machine.
10. Studio series bikes have a weighted flywheel and a fixed gear. This means that in order to stop, you must
gradually slow your pedal strokes rather than stopping abruptly. If you do need to stop immediately, push
down on the resistance knob (See pictures on page 6). Do not dismount the machine or remove your feet
from the pedals until both the pedals and the flywheel have stopped completely. Failure to comply may
lead to loss of control and serious injury.
11. After exercising, turn the resistance knob to increase resistance so the pedals will not rotate freely and
potentially injure someone.
12. If at any time you feel dizzy or have difficulty breathing, gradually stop pedaling and carefully dismount
the machine.
13. Listen to your body, ride at your own pace, and set your machine’s resistance at the level that feels right
for you.
14. Keep children and pets away from the machine whenever it's in use.
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15. Never turn the pedal crank arms by hand.
16. Stay hydrated. Drink water throughout your ride as needed.
17. Always pedal with some resistance on the flywheel.
18. Stay in control by executing all core movements and hand positions at a slow pace before attempting to
increase your speed. Do not attempt to ride the machine in a standing position at a high RPM until you
have practiced at slower speeds.
19. Focus on form, posture and making smooth transitions between movements.
20. Do not use the machine without proper footwear. Never operate the machine with bare feet.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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EMERGENCY STOP
Push down on red knob to stop flywheel
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This section includes precautions and fitness safeguards for the installation and use of the Star Trac Studio
series bikes. Please read this section carefully before installing or using your equipment.
CAUTION: Before using this product, it is essential to read this ENTIRE owner’s manual and
ALL Assembly Instructions. It describes equipment setup and instructs members on how to use
it correctly and safely.
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Precautions
These safety notes are directed to you as the owner of the equipment. Please train all your users and fitness
staff to follow these safety instructions.
 Do instruct your members to obtain a medical
 Do not let children operate your machine.
exam before starting any exercise program. If at
Supervise invalids or disabled persons who use
any time during exercise you feel faint, dizzy or
your machine.
experience pain, stop and consult your physician.
 Do not exceed the maximum allowable user
 Do read, understand and carefully follow all
weight (350 lbs. / 159 kg).
warnings, instructions and procedures on the
machine and in this manual before use.
 Do not use your machine without athletic shoes.
 Do use your machine only for its intended use, as
described in this manual.
 Do not wear loose or dangling clothing while using
the machine.
 Do set up the machine on a solid, level surface.
 Do not step or jump on or off the machine while it
is in motion.
 Do inspect the machine for incorrect, worn or
loose components and then correct, replace or
tighten prior to use.
 Do stop operating your machine if you feel dizzy,
faint or exhausted.
 Do use care when mounting or dismounting the
machine, and make sure it is completely stopped
before attempting to mount or dismount.
 Do perform regular preventive maintenance as
instructed in the manual.
 Do not use this machine in damp or wet locations.
 Do not ever drop or insert any object, hands, or
feet into any opening, or underneath this
equipment.
 Do not place water bottles or cups on the machine
unless you are using the designed holders.
 Do not use attachments or parts not
recommended by the manufacturer.
 Do reduce pedal/crank speed in a controlled
manner – this unit is not equipped with a freewheel.
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BEFORE USING YOUR PRODUCT
Find and read the warning label on your Star Trac Studio bike (pointed out in the picture below) before using your
bike. Be sure to replace the warning label if it is damaged, illegible, or missing. Contact customer support to
order new labels.
Label 1: Warning Label
Location: On the down tube
Label 2: Serial Number Label
Location: On the underside of the down tube
Warning Label
Serial Number Label
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TESTING EQUIPMENT AFTER ASSEMBLY
Use this checklist to perform the test procedure on all new units.
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Check all nuts and bolts and make sure they are all tightened to the proper torque specification (when
indicated) in the Assembly Instructions, and verify that no parts are missing.
Test the handlebar and seat post to make sure they move freely, and you are able to lock them in at
different positions.
Check the seat to make sure it is level and tight, and does not rotate around or tilt. Tighten and adjust as
needed.
Test the seat slide for movement front to rear, and check it by setting it at different settings.
Adjust the seat post and handlebar post to your needs. Ride/test the machine for proper operation
according to this owner's manual.
Pedal the machine at a moderate pace, and test for proper and smooth resistance changes while varying
the amount of turns on the resistance knob.
CAUTION: The flywheel will continue to spin after you pedal, and the crank arms and pedals will rotate
with the flywheel.
Brake tension is adjustable using the red resistance knob in the front of the machine. Pressing down on
the knob will apply the brake if you need to stop quickly.
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When you have completed testing the machine, tip the it forward using the handlebars, roll it on a smooth
surface to the final location where it will be used, and adjust the leveling feet so the machine is stable.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
This section provides the instructions for making seat adjustments, handlebar adjustments, pedal strap
adjustments, and for controlling resistance.
PLEASE NOTE: In a club setting, we recommend each user be properly fitted on the bike by a certified
indoor cycling instructor.
Seat and Handlebar Adjustments
The Studio 3 offers vertical adjustments of the seat and handlebar, and horizontal adjustment of the seat. The
Studio 5 and Studio 7 offer vertical adjustments of the seat and handlebar, and horizontal adjustments of the seat
and handlebar.
To adjust the seat height on the Studio 3, Studio 5, and Studio 7:
Dismount the bike. Turn the seat height pop-pin counterclockwise and pull out on the pin to release it from its
current preset location. Raise or lower the seat to the desired height, then gently release the pop-pin. Raise or
lower the seat slightly, if necessary, until the pop-pin engages a preset hole, Turn the pop-pin clockwise to
secure. Be sure to tighten firmly.
To adjust the seat horizontal position on the Studio 3, Studio 5, and Studio 7:
Dismount the bike. Loosen the seat fore/aft adjustment knob by turning the knob counterclockwise. Move the seat
forward or back to the desired position and then tighten the tension knob by turning clockwise.
To adjust the handlebar height on the Studio 3, Studio 5, and Studio 7:
Loosen the handlebar height tension handle by turning the handle counterclockwise. Raise or lower the handlebar
to the desired height, then tighten the tension handle by turning clockwise. Be sure to tighten firmly.
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To adjust the handlebar horizontal position on the Studio 5, and Studio 7:
Loosen the handlebar height tension handle by turning the handle counterclockwise. Raise or lower the handlebar
to the desired height, then tighten the tension handle by turning clockwise. Be sure to tighten firmly.
Pedal Strap Adjustment
To adjust the pedal straps:
Place the balls of your feet securely in the toe cages, with the balls of your feet (generally the widest part of your
shoes) directly over or slightly ahead of the center (axle) of the pedals. As you pedal, concentrate on keeping feet
flat, which enables a more powerful pedal stroke. The front of the shoe may not completely fill the toe cage.
Note: The pedal straps should be adjusted to hold the foot snugly in the pedal.
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Resistance Control
Pedaling resistance is controlled by the resistance knob. Resistance adjustments can be made while riding to
vary the intensity of your workout. To increase resistance, turn the push brake system knob clockwise (+); to
decrease resistance, turn the knob counterclockwise (-).
WARNING. IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY, YOU MAY PUSH DIRECTLY DOWN ON THE PUSH
BRAKE SYSTEM KNOB TO BRING THE FLYWHEEL TO AN ABRUPT AND CONTROLLED STOP.
Bike Setup
Proper bike setup gives you a more comfortable ride and reduces your risk of injury.
Seat Height
Position the seat height so that when the crank arm is at the 6 o’clock position (pedal at the bottom of the
pedal stroke), and the sole of your foot is parallel to the ground, there is a 27 to 37 degree bend in your
leg, as shown to the below.
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Seat Fore/Aft Position
Once the proper height has been achieved, adjust the seat forward or back so that when the feet are in
the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock positions, the forward knee is directly over the pedal axle as shown. A plumb
line or laser can be used to more accurately determine knee position over the pedal axle. Recheck the
seat height again after making the fore/aft adjustment, as moving the seat forward and backward can
affect the seat height.
Handlebar Height
Handlebar height is based largely on rider comfort. Less experienced riders and riders with back issues or
discomfort will generally prefer a higher handlebar position. Experienced riders with good flexibility in their back
will prefer a much lower, more aggressive handlebar position.
Handlebar Fore/Aft Position
Handlebar fore/aft position on the Studio 5 and Studio 7 should be set so that your back is flat and there is a slight
bend in your elbows when you are in a normal, seated riding position. Riders should always avoid positions that
require them to round their shoulders or lock their elbows.
Foot Position
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Place the balls of your feet securely in the toe cages, with the balls of your feet (generally the widest part
of your shoes) directly over or slightly ahead of the center (axle) of the pedals. As you pedal, concentrate
on keeping your feet flat, which enables a more powerful pedal stroke. The front of the shoe may not
completely fill the toe cage.
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TRAINING INFORMATION
This section will provide very basic information regarding the structure of an indoor cycling workout.
IMPORTANT: User should be aware of the features, functions and proper operation instructions of the bike
before using the bike for the first time.
Before Beginning
Be sure the seat, handlebar and pedal straps are properly adjusted for your body size and comfort before
beginning your workout. Consult your physician before beginning this or any other exercise routine. Discontinue
any exercise that causes you discomfort and consult a medical expert.
Warm-Up
Once you are in position and sitting on the bike with your hands in a comfortable position on the handlebar, slowly
begin pedaling. A gradual warm-up prepares the muscles and cardiovascular system for a more intense workout,
and helps prevent potential injuries from occurring. Your warm-up should be sufficient once your breathing rate
begins to increase and you begin to perspire lightly. The warm-up period should last about five minutes.
Work Out
A brisk and rhythmic workout will train the muscles and cardiovascular system to perform at a higher efficiency.
The key is to exercise aerobically; typically at 60% – 75% of your maximum heart rate.
Cool-Down
Slow and relaxed activity after a workout allows the muscles and cardiovascular system to gradually return to a
resting level.
Dismounting the Bike
WARNING: The flywheel momentum of the bike will keep the pedals turning even after the user stops
pedaling, or in the event the user’s feet slip off the pedals. DO NOT DISMOUNT THE BIKE OR REMOVE YOUR
FEET FROM THE PEDALS UNTIL BOTH THE PEDALS AND THE FLYWHEEL HAVE STOPPED
COMPLETELY. Failure to comply may lead to loss of control and serious personal injury.
You may stop the bike using ANY of the following methods:
 Pedal more slowly until the pedals come to a complete stop.
 Increase the resistance by turning the push brake system knob clockwise (+) until the pedals come to a
complete stop.
 Push down on the push brake system knob until the pedals come to a complete stop.
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MAINTENANCE
Why Maintenance
A regular preventative maintenance schedule with all fitness equipment ensures that products are working at an
optimal condition without affecting the end user exercise experience. To assist in the maintenance regiment, it is
recommended to break service into daily, weekly, and monthly intervals. Details on each interval can be found in
the “Preventative Maintenance” section of this document.
Tools
Working on this product will require basic and/or sometimes specialty tools based on the type of service that will
be performed at any time. To assist, we recommend having the tools listed (Table 1) available when performing
maintenance.
Table 1. Tool List
Tool
Purpose
Crank Puller
Removing cranks & pedals
Metric Allen (Hex Key) Wrench Set
Tightening or removing various hex head screws throughout
the product.
Metric Sockets Set
Tightening or removing various hex nuts used throughout the
product.
Metric Open Wrench Set
Tightening or removing various hex nuts used throughout the
product.
Square Drive Ratchet Wrenches
To use in conjunction with hex head and or hex socket sets.
Torque Wrench
Tightening various critical bolts throughout the product to
specific torque specifications.
Phillips Head Screwdriver Set
Tightening or removing various Phillips head screws used
throughout the product.
Flat Head Screwdriver Set
Belt Tension Measuring Device (e.g. a Krikit)
Prying off specific shrouds from wedged locations.
For measuring belt tension
Moving & Leveling
To move the bike to a new location:
Lift the bike from the rear and use the front wheels (located on the front leg, below the handlebar) to roll the bike
from one location to another.
To level the bike:
Use the four leveling adjusters (located on the underside of the front and rear legs) to compensate for uneven
floor surfaces.
Preventive Maintenance
Perform regularly scheduled preventive maintenance in order to maintain equipment in serviceable condition.
Note: Pedals are wear items that need to be inspected routinely and replaced at least every 2 years.
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Table 2. Maintenance Schedule
Daily
Wipe down and clean
Weekly
Monthly
Notes
Wipe and clean any part of the bike where sweat can settle,
including:
 Handlebar, slider, post
 Seat, slider, post
 Flywheel
 Stabilizer legs
 Chain/belt guards
 Pop pins
 Brake knob assembly
X
NOTE: Never use abrasive or petroleum-based liquids to clean
the bike.
Inspect for loose assemblies, buts, and
bolts
X
Tighten any loose items found
Verify that pedal bolts are tight after the first 10 hours of use and
every 100 hours of use thereafter. Inspect
Inspect pedals
NOTE: Pedal-to-crank-arm bolt torque is 33-37 ft-lbs
X
IMPORTANT: If your facility allows members to interchange
pedals, it is critical that the pedals are checked after each class to
prevent damage, which may lead to injuries if ignored.
Check flywheel alignment
Check for proper chain tension
X
Tighten flywheel nuts as necessary
X
Stand on pedals with crank arms at 3 and 9 o’clock. Hold down
the emergency brake and see if there is movement in the crank
arms. If there is backlash, then tension the chain according to the
instructions in the section “Adjusting Chain Tension on the Studio
3.”
Check for rust
X
Use a small wire brush to remove rust build up.
Lubricate the chain
X
Use chain lubricant to lubricate the chain. The chain lubricant
hole in the back of the outer chain guard provides access for a
thin nozzle attachment.
X
Excessive wear, such as glazing, dryness, or leather separation
indicate the pad needs to be replaced. To replace the brake
pads, following the instructions in the section “Replacing Brake
Pads on the Studio Series Bikes.”
Inspect brake pads
Rips, tears, or excessive movement indicates the seat needs to
be replaced.
Inspect seat for wear
Inspect pedals
X
Tighten seat hardware
X
Excessive side-to-side movement or bearing resistance indicates
the pedals needs to be replaced.
Inspect and tighten pedal toe clips and
shoe straps
Inspect leveling feet
X
Clean and seal frame
X
Use water with a non-abrasive soap, car wash soap, or bike
cleaner soap to clean. Wipe with water and dry. Seal with wax or
bike polish.
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Adjusting Chain Tension on the Studio 3
The chain on your Studio 3 bike has been factory set and lubricated. It should not require adjustment initially.
Over time, you will need to adjust the tension, particularly when the chain is still somewhat new and the bike has
been ridden several times. Following this initial break-in period, the chain should not require frequent adjustment.
Evidence of a loose chain is the feeling of backlash in the cranks. Often riders will describe this backlash as a
“clicking” sound. To test for backlash, stand on the pedals with the pedals at 3 and 9 o’clock, and hold down on
the brake. If the cranks wiggle back and forth, this is backlash and indicates that the chain must be adjusted.
CAUTION: Improper chain adjustment will cause premature wear and may void the warranty.
To adjust the chain on the Studio 3:
1. Remove the axle nut cover from the right side of the chain guard.
2. Using an 18 mm open end wrench or socket and socket wrench, loosen the axle nuts on both sides of the
flywheel.
3. Using a 10mm open end wrench, loosen the lock nuts on the chain adjustment screws.
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4. Tighten the adjustment screws evenly on both sides using the 10mm open end wrench.
6. While adjusting the chain tension, adjust the angle of the flywheel so it is straight front to rear and evenly
spaced within the frame side to side.
Note: When alignment is at the optimal adjustment, the chain will run smoother and quieter.
9. When the tension is set at a satisfactory level (i.e. there is no backlash in the pedals, and the chain runs
smooth and quiet when the pedals are turned), tighten the adjustment lock nuts and axle nuts on both
sides.
IMPORTANT: Be careful not to over tighten the chain. Adjust the tension just until you no longer feel
backlash at the crank arms. Overtightening the chain will cause the chain to wear prematurely, and will
cause the chain to ride loud and rough.
10. Install the axle nut cover and re-test the bike.
Note: If the chain is stretched beyond its ability to be adjusted, the chain must be replaced.
Checking and Adjusting Belt Tension on the Studio 5 and Studio 7
The belt on your Studio 5/Studio 7 bike has been factory set, and is very strong and durable. Also, it is
equipped with a self-tensioner to automatically adjust for slight changes in belt tension. Therefore, the belt
should not require adjustment. However, in the unlikely event that the belt slips, this procedure shows you how
to properly check and set the tension.
IMPORTANT: Improper belt adjustment will cause premature wear and may void the warranty.
IMPORTANT: Do not lubricate the belt. Lubricating the belt can damage the belt and cause the belt to slip, and
may void the warranty.
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To check belt tension and adjust tension on the Studio 5 and Studio 7:
1. Remove the four screws that hold the inner (left side) belt guard to the outer (right side) belt guard. See
picture below.
2. Remove the outer belt guard retaining screw as shown in the picture below.
3. Remove the round rubber disc from the red ring on the flywheel.
4. Remove the three screws holding the outer belt guard in place, and remove the belt guard.
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5. Use a belt tension measuring tool to measure the belt tension. The belt tension must be in the range of
150 to 180 pounds. A Krikit is used in the picture below to measure belt tension. When using a Krikit or
similar device, measure the tension mid-span of the belt on the bottom span of belt.
Note: Please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions on to properly measure belt tension with the chosen
belt tension measuring device.
6. If the belt tension is below 150 pounds of tension, then the belt must be tightened.
7. To increase the belt tension, tighten the die spring nut shown in the picture below. Make small
adjustments while stopping to measure belt tension in order to avoid over tighten the belt.
8. In the rare event of the belt being stretched beyond adjustment, replace the belt. Contact Star Trac
customer support for directions on how to replace a belt.
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9. When the belt tension is set to the proper range, replace the out and inner belt guards, and the round
rubber disc on the outer belt guard.
Replacing Worn Brake Pads on the Studio 3, Studio 5, and Studio 7
Your Studio series bike is equipped with a friction brake pad that pushed against the flywheel for creating
resistance when pressure is applied by the resistance knob. The brake pad consists of an oiled leather strap and
a dense foam pad attached to an aluminum block. Over time with normal use the leather pad will become dry and
worn, and the foam pad will deform, requiring brake pad replacement. The amount of time that a brake pad will
last depends on the frequency and intensity of use. Key indicators that a brake pad is worn are when the
resistance no longer feels smooth, the pad develops a dry “scratchy” feel, or the brake pad makes a grinding
sound.
NOTE: The brake pad replacement procedure is shown below for the Studio 7; however, the procedure is the
same for the Studio 3 and Studio 5.
1. Remove the side fenders from both sides of the bike by removing the three screws holding each fender in
place.
2. Remove the bottom screw on each side of the brake pad that holds the links to the top of the brake pad.
3. Flip the links up out of the way of the brake pad.
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4. Remove the front plastic fender by removing the screw holding it in place and sliding it up.
5. Remove the two screws holding the brake pivot plate to the frame.
6. Rotate the front plate so that it is horizontal.
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7. Pull the brake pad assembly through the rectangular hole and pull the assembly out the back from
between the forks.
8. Remove the screw and nut holding the brake to the assembly, replace brake pad, and reinstall the
screws.
9. Reinstall brake assembly, front fender, brake cartridge mechanism links, and side fenders.
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CONTACT INFORMATION
Manufacturer
CORE HEALTH & FITNESS
4400 NE 77th Avenue, Suite 300
Vancouver, WA 98662
Telephone: (888) 678-2476
http://www.stairmaster.com
Customer Support
Contact your local distributor, or Core Health & Fitness directly at:
1-800-503-1221
Support@corehandf.com
Please supply the serial number of your machine and the date of purchase when you call. Use the space in the
boxes below to write down this information. To find the serial number on your machine, refer to the Safety Warning
Label information page.
Please record the following information for future reference.
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Document Number 620-8349 Rev A. October, 2015
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