This addendum accompanies your equipment documentation and is additional
information concerning the heart rate features for your equipment and console.
Important
The heart rate features are intended for reference only. They may not be accurate
for every user or at every speed and are not intended for use as a medical device.
Holding the heart rate handle touch sensor while exercising at higher intensity
may also decrease accuracy of the heart rate reading and is not recommended.
Please also read your product documentation and visit:
www.precor.com/en-us/customer-service/faq.
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Important Safety Instructions
When using a treadmill, always take basic precautions,
including the following:
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Read all instructions before using the treadmill. These
instructions are written for your safety and to protect the
unit.
Before beginning any fitness program, see your
physician for a complete physical examination.
Il est conseillé de subir un examen médical complet
avant d’entreprendre tout programme d’exercise. Si
vous avez des étourdissements ou des faiblesses,
arrêtez les exercices immédiatement.
DANGER
WARNING
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To reduce the risk of electrical shock
always unplug the treadmill from the
electrical outlet immediately after
using and before cleaning.
To reduce the risk of burns, fire,
electric shock, or injury, take the
following precautions:
Do not allow children or those unfamiliar with its
operation on or near the treadmill. Do not leave children
unsupervised around the unit.
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Never leave the treadmill unattended when it is plugged
in. Unplug the treadmill from the power source when it is
not in use, before cleaning it, and before acquiring
authorized service.
Assemble and operate the treadmill on a solid, level
surface. Locate the treadmill a few feet from walls or
furniture. Keep the area behind the treadmill clear.
Maintain the treadmill in good working condition. Refer
to the Maintenance section. Make sure that all fasteners
are secure and the running belt is clean and running
smoothly.
Use the treadmill only for its intended purpose as
described in this manual. Do not use accessory
attachments that are not recommended by the
manufacturer, as such attachments may cause injuries.
Never operate the unit if it is damaged, not working
properly, when it has been dropped, or has been
dropped in water. Return the treadmill to a service
center for examination and repair.
Keep the power cord and plug away from heated
surfaces.
Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol (spray)
products are being used or where oxygen is being
administered.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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DANGER
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The treadmill must be connected to a
dedicated, grounded circuit. See
Grounding Instructions.
Wear proper exercise clothing and shoes for your
workout and avoid loose clothing. Do not wear shoes
with heels or leather soles. Check the soles of your
shoes and remove any dirt and embedded stones. Tie
long hair back.
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Use care when getting on or off the treadmill. Always
grasp the handrail when stepping on the running belt
and keep the initial speed at or below 1 mile per hour
(mph) or 1 kilometer per hour (kph). Never step off the
treadmill while the running belt is moving.
Before the running belt begins moving (before your
workout), and after it stops (at the end of your workout),
straddle the belt by placing your feet firmly on the right
and left staging platforms.
Keep your body and head facing forward. Never attempt
to turn around on the treadmill.
The safety clip must be attached at waist level before
your workout. A lanyard connects to the magnetic safety
key near the red STOP button. If you encounter
difficulties, a strong tug on the lanyard disengages the
magnetic safety key and stops the running belt.
Do not overexert yourself or work to exhaustion. If you
feel any pain or abnormal symptoms, stop your workout
immediately and consult your physician.
When the treadmill is not in use, disconnect the unit by
turning the power switch to the Off position, and then
remove the power plug from the power outlet.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Do not use outdoors.
Do not attempt to service the treadmill yourself except to
follow the maintenance instructions found in this manual.
Never drop or insert objects into any opening. Keep
hands away from moving parts.
Keep all electrical components, such as the power
cord and power switch, away from liquids to prevent
shock.
Do not set anything on the handrails, display console,
or hood. Place liquids, magazines, and books in the
appropriate receptacles.
Do not rock the unit. Do not stand on the handrail(s),
display console, or hood.
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Grounding Instructions
To help prevent unauthorized use, the treadmill is equipped
with a safety code. The safety code involves entering four
keys in sequence. If the correct keys are not pressed within
two minutes, further access is denied and the running belt
will not move. For more information, refer to Entering the
Safety Code.
The treadmill must be grounded. If the unit malfunctions or
breaks down, grounding provides a path of least resistance
for electric current, which reduces the risk of electrical
shock. The unit is equipped with a power cord having an
equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be inserted into an outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances. Failure to properly ground the treadmill
could void the Precor Limited Warranty.
Safety Approval
When identified with the ETL-c logo, the unit has
been tested and conforms to the requirements of
CAN/CSA-E-335-1/3-04, EN 60335-1: 2002 Safety of
Household and Similar Electrical Appliances.
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DANGER
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Safety Code
Improper connection of the
equipment-grounding conductor can
result in a risk of electric shock. Check
with a qualified electrician or service
person if you are in doubt as to
whether the unit is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug
provided with the treadmill. If it does
not fit the outlet, get a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
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120 V and 240 V Units Designated for U.S.
Markets
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
The treadmill must be connected to a dedicated, grounded
circuit. A 15 amp dedicated circuit is required, but a
20 amp dedicated circuit is recommended. The power
outlet must have the same configuration as the plug. No
adapter should be used with this product.
Federal Communications Commission, Part 15
Your dealer must supply and verify that the treadmill is
equipped with an IEC approved 60320 C19 Inlet
connector, which has an IEC approved, SJT 60° minimum,
international color-code, 3 x 1.5mm 2 power cord. The
power cord must be equipped with a local connector that
can be plugged into an electrical outlet on a dedicated
circuit. No adapter should be used with this product.
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the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. The treadmill
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
owner’s manual instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
If the treadmill does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning
the unit Off and On, you are encouraged to try to correct
the interference using one or more of the following
measures:
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
240 V Units Designated for International
Markets
The treadmill has been tested and found to comply with
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna for your TV,
radio, VCR, etc.
Increase separation between the unit and the receiver
(TV, radio, etc.).
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WARNING
Per FCC rules, changes or
modifications not expressly
approved by Precor could void the
user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Canadian Department of Communications
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for
radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the
Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian
Department of Communications.
Le présent appareil numérique n’émet pas de bruits
radioéélectriques dépassant les limites applicables aux
appareils numériques de la class B prescrites dans le
Règlement sur le brouillage radioélectrique édicté par le
ministére des Communications du Canada.
European Applications
This product is compliant to:
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2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive.
2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive.
2002/95/EC Restriction of Hazardous Substances
Directive.
This product conforms to the requirements of the European
Council Directive 89/336/EEC, 2004/108/EC
Electromagnetic Compatibility and has been tested to the
following standards:
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Connect the treadmill into a different power outlet on a
dedicated circuit different from the one used by the
receiver (TV, radio, etc.). No other appliance should be
plugged into the same power outlet as the treadmill.
Consult an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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EN55022, Limits & Methods of Measurement of Radio
Interference, Information Technology Equipment.
• EN55024, Immunity of Information Technology
Equipment.
This product also conforms to the requirements of the
European Council Directive 73/23/EEC, 2006/95/EC Low
Voltage Directive and has been tested to the following
standard:
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IEC 335-1, EN60335-1 Safety of Household and
similar Electrical Appliances.
ATTENTION: Haute Tension
Débranchez avant de réparer
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Product Recycling and Disposal
Obtaining Service
This equipment must be recycled or discarded according to
applicable local and national regulations.
You should not attempt to service the treadmill except for
maintenance tasks as described in this manual. The treadmill
does not contain any user-serviceable parts that require
lubrication. For information about product operation or
service, see the Precor web site at www.precor.com.
Product labels, in accordance with European Directive
2002/96/ EC concerning waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE), determine the framework for the return
and recycling of used equipment as applicable throughout
the European Union. The WEEE label indicates that the
product is not to be thrown away, but rather reclaimed upon
end of life per this Directive.
In accordance with the European WEEE Directive, electrical
and electronic equipment (EEE) is to be collected separately
and to be reused, recycled, or recovered at end of life. Users
of EEE with the WEEE label per Annex IV of the WEEE
Directive must not dispose of end of life EEE as unsorted
municipal waste, but use the collection framework available
to customers for the return, recycling, and recovery of
WEEE. Customer participation is important to minimize any
potential effects of EEE on the environment and human
health due to the potential presence of hazardous
substances in EEE. For proper collection and treatment,
refer to Obtaining Service.
Should you need more information regarding customer support
numbers or a list of Precor authorized service centers, visit the
Precor web site at www.precor.com.
For future reference, write the model, serial number, and date
of purchase for your unit in the space provided. The serial
number is printed on a label located on the front panel, near
the power cord (Diagram 1).
Model #: _______
Serial #: _______________________
Date purchased: _________________________
Serial number
label
Diagram 1: Location of serial number
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions ............................. 1
Safety Code ........................................................................... 3
Safety Approval ..................................................................... 3
Grounding Instructions ........................................................ 3
Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) ................................. 4
European Applications ........................................................ 5
Product Recycling and Disposal ....................................... 6
Obtaining Service ................................................................. 6
Treadmill Safety Features ..............................................9
Using the Safety Clip ........................................................... 9
Entering the Safety Code ................................................ 10
Using the Handrails ........................................................... 10
Turning the Unit On and Off ............................................ 10
Location ............................................................................... 10
Heart Rate Features ...................................................... 11
Important Use and Safety Information .......................... 11
Using the Touch-Sensitive Grips ................................... 14
Using SmartRate ................................................................ 14
Exercise to Your Target Heart Rate ............................... 16
Heart Rate Analysis ........................................................... 16
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Display Console ..............................................................17
More Information about the Heart Rate and
Center Displays .................................................................. 19
More Information about the Lower Display .................. 19
Keypads ............................................................................... 21
User Identification ..........................................................27
Adding a User ..................................................................... 28
Updating User Information ............................................... 29
Changing the User Name and Clearing
Workout Statistics ............................................................. 30
Workout Options ............................................................31
Choosing QUICKSTART ................................................. 32
Selecting a Program .......................................................... 33
Selecting a USER Key ...................................................... 34
Recording Your Personal Best Time ............................. 35
Changing Programs in Mid-session ............................... 35
Cooling Down After a Workout ...................................... 36
Pausing During a Workout or the
Cool-Down Period ............................................................. 37
Ending a Workout .............................................................. 38
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Programs .......................................................................... 39
Choosing a Program ......................................................... 39
Program Tips ...................................................................... 39
Manual Program ................................................................. 40
Interval Program ................................................................. 41
Random Program ............................................................... 41
Custom Programs .............................................................. 42
Heart Rate Programs ........................................................ 43
Heart Rate Program Tips ................................................. 44
Weight Loss Programs ..................................................... 45
5K Program ......................................................................... 46
10K Program ...................................................................... 46
Mile Program ....................................................................... 47
WALK Programs ................................................................ 47
RUN Programs ................................................................... 48
Maintenance ....................................................................58
Inspection ............................................................................ 58
Cleaning the Equipment ................................................... 58
Storing the Chest Strap ................................................... 59
Checking the Alignment of the Running Belt .............. 59
Adjusting the Running Belt .............................................. 60
Long-Term Storage ............................................................ 61
Precor Residential Equipment
Limited Warranty.................................................. 62
Advanced Programming and Troubleshooting ..... 49
Advanced Programming Tips .......................................... 49
Changing Treadmill Settings ........................................... 50
Informational Displays ....................................................... 53
Troubleshooting Error Codes ......................................... 57
Troubleshooting Heart Rate ............................................ 57
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Treadmill Safety Features
The treadmill is equipped with certain items that, when used
properly, help sustain an enjoyable workout. These items
include:
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Safety clip and magnetic safety key
Safety code
Handrails
Power switch
Important: Before exercising, review the Important Safety
Instructions found at the beginning of this manual.
Using the Safety Clip
Attach the safety clip to your clothing before each workout.
Refer to Diagram 4. A tug on the lanyard disengages the
magnetic safety key and trips the safety switch inside the
display console which stops the running belt.
To resume exercising, take the following steps:
1. If needed, reattach the safety clip to your clothing and the
magnetic safety key onto the display console.
2. Straddle the running belt.
3. Press QUICKSTART or the SPEED up arrow key.
4. If needed, enter the safety code.
5. Hold onto a handrail while you step on to the running belt
with the speed at or below 1 mph or 1 kph.
Note: The treadmill retains your workout statistics if you
resume exercising within 10 minutes.
Safety clip
If the safety switch trips while you are exercising, the running
belt stops and the treadmill enters pause mode. A ten-minute
countdown appears in the upper display.
Note: If the safety switch trips while the banner is scrolling
across the display, STOP KEY appears.
Lanyard
Diagram 4: Attach the safety clip to your clothing
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Entering the Safety Code
Turning the Unit On and Off
The treadmill provides a safety code to help prevent
unauthorized use. When you initially assemble the treadmill,
the safety code is disabled. To enable it, refer to the
instructions found in Changing Treadmill Settings.
To turn the unit On and Off, use the power switch located at
the front of the unit, near the power cord connection. Refer
to Diagram 5.
Important: When it is not being used, turn the unit Off.
If you are prompted for a safety code, press the following
number sequence: 1, 2, 3, 4.
An asterisk appears on the display with each key press. If a
key is not pressed within 30 seconds or the correct safety
code is not entered within two minutes, the banner appears
on the display and the running belt does not move.
Important: Do not assume the treadmill is safe because of
safety code protection. Never leave children unsupervised
around the treadmill. Always turn Off and unplug the
treadmill when it is not in use.
Using the Handrails
To maintain your balance, always grasp a handrail extension
when you step on or off the treadmill, and when you use the
keypad.
To learn more about the touch-sensitive grips on the 9.33,
refer to Heart Rate Features.
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Power switch
Diagram 5: Power switch
Location
It is important to keep the area around the treadmill open and
free from encumbrances such as other equipment. The
minimum space requirement needed for user safety and
proper maintenance is three feet wide by six feet deep
(one meter wide by two meters deep), directly behind the
running belt.
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Heart Rate Features
Important Use and Safety Information
Read the following before using the heart rate or SmartRate
features.
SmartRate
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Heart rate and SmartRate® features are available when
you wear the chest strap or grasp both touch-sensitive grips
(9.33 only). When a heartbeat is detected, the HEART RATE
display shows your heart rate and, if your age has been
entered, the SmartRate LED pulses and indicates your target
zone.
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Consult your physician before engaging in any vigorous
exercise. Do not use the heart rate programs until
authorized by your physician.
Know your heart rate and your physician-recommended
heart rate target zone. Individual heart rates vary
according to several physiological factors and may not
correspond directly with Diagram 6.
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The calculation used for the heart rate target zone is:
(220 minus your age) multiplied by a percent.
For example:
Low range: (220 minus your age) multiplied by 55%
High range: (220 minus your age) multiplied by 85%
Refer to Table 1 in Using SmartRate.
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Heart Rate Target Zones
200
Note: When a signal is detected, a number flashes in the
HEART RATE display and indicates your heart rate.
190
180
Your Heart Rate
170
High
160
150
140
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d
130
120
110
100
Rec
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end
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Car
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Always face forward on the treadmill and use the handrail
for balance. Keep upper body movement to a minimum.
Peak
Cardio
ss Z
o ne
90
Fat Burn
80
Warmup
70
After you put on the chest strap, face the display console
for a few seconds. This allows the receiver in the console
to recognize the signal from the chest strap.
If Hr appears on the display, the treadmill is detecting a
signal, but has not yet determined your heart rate. Make
sure the chest strap is positioned properly around your
chest and against your skin.
If you prefer to use the touch-sensitive grips on the 9.33,
grasp both touch-sensitive grips and wait five to ten
seconds. Make sure both hands are moist.
20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Your Age
Diagram 6: Heart rate target zones
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Wearing a Chest Strap
During a workout, the heart rate features appear on the
display when you wear a chest strap. To receive an accurate
reading, the chest strap needs to be in direct contact with
your skin.
1. Carefully dampen the back of the strap with tap water
Refer to Diagram 7.
Note: Do not use deionized water. It does not have the
proper minerals and salts to conduct electrical impulses.
2. Adjust the strap and fasten it around your chest. The
strap should feel snug, not restrictive. Refer to
Diagram 8.
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Diagram 8: Adjust chest strap
3. Make sure that the chest strap is right side up, lies
horizontally across your chest, and is centered in the
middle of your chest. Refer to Diagram 9.
Diagram 7: Moisten chest strap
Diagram 9: Fasten chest strap
After you put on the chest strap, face the display console for
a minimum of 15 seconds. This allows the receiver in the
console to recognize the signal from the chest strap.
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Using the Touch-Sensitive Grips
While exercising, you must grasp both touch-sensitive grips
for a minimum of five to ten seconds to transmit your heart
rate to the display. Refer to Diagram 10.
Usually, the concentration of salts in a person’s perspiration
provides enough conductivity to transmit a signal to the
receiver inside the display console. However, some people,
because of body chemistry or erratic heart beats cannot use
the touch-sensitive heart rate feature on the treadmill. A
chest strap may provide better results.
Important: While exercising, do not grasp the touchsensitive grips and wear the chest strap at the same time.
The touch-sensitive grips override the signals from the chest
strap transmitter. If used together, inconsistent readings may
occur.
Using SmartRate
Touch-sensitive
grips (9.33 only)
Diagram 10: Touch-sensitive grips on the 9.33
The SmartRate feature helps you monitor and maintain your
heart rate in the target zone best suited to your specific
needs. All 7 green LEDs may light during a workout. When
the treadmill detects a heart rate, a single LED blinks and
indicates the zone that your heart rate is in.
Important: To use the SmartRate feature, you must choose
a program and enter your age during the setup phase of
your exercise session.
Table 1 shows the percents used in calculating the heart rate
target zones. While your heart rate remains within these
zones, the corresponding lights blink and provide a visual cue.
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The calculation used to determine your maximum aerobic
heart rate is (220 minus your age). When you multiply it by
the percent indicated in Table 1, you can understand the
relation-ship between the pulsating LED and your target
heart rate.
CAUTION: Your heart rate should never exceed 85% of
your maximum aerobic heart rate or go above PEAK. If it
does, immediately reduce your pace or adjust the incline
to return your heart rate to your physician-recommended
target zone.
Table 1. Heart rate target zones and SmartRate LEDs
Heart Rate Zone
Percent
Below 55
55 to 61
LED Blinking Label
First
WARMUP
Second
FATBURN
62 to 69
70 to 77
78 to 84
85 to 87
Above 87
Third
Fourth
Fifth
Sixth
Seventh
FATBURN
CARDIO
CARDIO
PEAK
HIGH
The SmartRate indicator lights do not appear when:
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You press QUICKSTART at the banner.
You do not enter your age before starting a program.
You do not wear or improperly position the chest strap.
You fail to grasp both touch-sensitive grips on the 9.33
for five to ten seconds.
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Exercise to Your Target Heart Rate
Heart Rate Analysis
A heart rate receiver is an integral part of the display so you
can monitor your heart rate while exercising. You must wear a
chest strap if you are using the 9.31 treadmill. If you own a
9.33 treadmill, you have the option of wearing a chest strap
or grasping both touch-sensitive grips. Your heart rate (beats
per minute) appears on the display.
Every time you complete a program using the chest strap or
9.33 touch-sensitive grips, the treadmill provides a heart rate
analysis after the workout summary.
The Precor web site (www.precor.com) has several
suggestions for workouts with varying levels of intensity. It
provides many workout details that include the appropriate
target heart rate.
The 9.31 treadmill includes one program that lets you
exercise based on a specified target heart rate. The 9.33
treadmill contains two: Basic HR and Weight Loss HR. As
you exercise, the heart rate programs monitor your heart rate
and automatically maintain it within a target heart rate zone.
Your average heart rate appears followed by the maximum
heart rate achieved during your workout. A third display
appears, if you entered your age, and indicates the amount of
time your heart rate remained between the target zones
shown.
The heart rate analysis is based on how often your heart rate
signal is received while exercising. If you use the chest strap,
the average heart rate will be more accurate than if you
occasionally grasp the touch-sensitive grips on the 9.33
treadmill.
To use these programs, press the PROGRAMS - HEART
RATE key. Refer to Table 2. For more information, refer to
Programs.
Table 2. Heart rate programs
PROGRAMS - HEART RATE
Basic HR
Weight Loss HR
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✓
9.33
✓
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Display Console
Center display: Initially shows the banner. It changes
to the program profile when you select a program or
press QUICKSTART. A blinking column in the profile
indicates your position.
PROGRAMS keypad: To begin an
exercise session, press a PROGRAMS
key to view a menu of programs within
each category. For program
descriptions, refer to Programs.
HEART RATE display: The
HEART RATE display shows
your pulse.
Number keys: During an exercise
session, use the number keys to answer
prompts and update information.
MANUAL
User 1—2: Two USER keys are
available on the 9.33 treadmill. Press a
USER key at the banner to personalize
your exercise experience. The
information is stored for future
exercise sessions.
Selection key: Press the key to move
through the information in the column, so
you can choose what you want to display
during your session. Indicator lights
appear next to the item that is displayed.
SmartRate
Copyright 2006 Precor Incorporated en
TIME ELAPSED
TIME REMAINING
CALORIES
INCLINE arrow keys: Use the
arrow keys to adjust the incline.
QUICKSTART: Press QUICKSTART to
begin your workout immediately.
Red STOP button: Press to pause or end a workout
and stop the running belt.
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SmartRate display: LEDs light in this
column when the SmartRate feature is
activated. Follow the LEDs to monitor your
heart rate and maintain it in your target zone.
SPEED
INCLINE
QUICK
START
DISTANCE
PACE
AVERAGE SPEED
OK and Navigational arrow keys: Use the
OK key to confirm responses to specific
prompts. The up and down arrow keys
present the available selection and affect
what appears on the display.
Lower display: While you exercise, four
sets of numbers show information about
your session.
PAUSE/RESET key: Press it once to enter
pause mode. Press it again to display a
workout summary. Press it once more to end
your exercise session.
SPEED arrow keys: Use the arrow keys to
adjust the speed.
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Center display: Initially shows the banner. It changes
to the program profile when you select a program or
press QUICKSTART. A blinking column in the profile
indicates your position.
PROGRAMS keypad: To begin an
exercise session, press a PROGRAMS
key to view a menu of programs within
each category. For program
descriptions, refer to Programs.
HEART RATE display: The
HEART RATE display shows
your pulse.
SmartRate
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TIME ELAPSED
TIME REMAINING
CALORIES
SPEED
INCLINE
QUICK
START
INCLINE arrow keys: Use the
arrow keys to adjust the incline.
QUICKSTART: Press QUICKSTART to
begin your workout immediately.
Red STOP button: Press to pause or end a workout
and stop the running belt.
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Number keys: During an exercise
session, use the number keys to answer
prompts and update information.
MANUAL
Selection key: Press the key to move
through the information in the column, so
you can choose what you want to
display during your session. Indicator
lights appear next to the item that is
displayed.
SmartRate display: LEDs light in this
column when the SmartRate feature is
activated. Follow the LEDs to monitor your
heart rate and maintain it in your target zone.
DISTANCE
PACE
AVERAGE SPEED
OK and Navigational arrow keys: Use the
OK key to confirm responses to specific
prompts. The up and down arrow keys
present the available selection and affect
what appears on the display.
Lower display: While you exercise, four
sets of numbers show information about
your session.
PAUSE/RESET key: Press it once to enter
pause mode. Press it again to display a
workout summary. Press it once more to end
your exercise session.
SPEED arrow keys: Use the arrow keys to
adjust the speed.
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More Information about the Heart Rate
and Center Displays
Your heart rate appears in the HEART RATE display if you
are using a chest strap or the 9.33 touch-sensitive grips.
Refer to Heart Rate Features.
In most programs, the incline setting affects the column
height in the program profile as shown in Diagram 11. The
profile raises or lowers according to which arrow key is
pressed.
Column height
Incline settings
12 — 15
9 — 11.5
6 — 8.5
3 — 5.5
2 — 2.5
1 — 1.5
The center display presents the program name when you
select a program. During an exercise session, the center
display becomes a message bar showing additional
information depending on user selections and program
interludes.
More Information about the
Lower Display
The lower display consists of four windows which provide
information about your exercise session. The two center
windows automatically provide information about your incline
and speed. To choose the type of information displayed in
the left and right windows, press the adjacent Selection key.
The numbers that appear relate to your workout statistics
and are described below.
Note: If you choose to rest a book or magazine on the
display, you can still view these workout statistics.
0.0 — 0.5
Diagram 11: Column height in the program profile
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Column 1: TIME ELAPSED and TIME
REMAINING
TIME ELAPSED—displays workout time in minutes and
seconds and indicates the amount of time you have been
exercising. When you exceed 60 minutes during a single
workout, the TIME ELAPSED display converts to hours and
minutes.
TIME REMAINING—shows the amount of time remaining in
a workout. If the selected workout time is less than 60
minutes, the display shows time in minutes and seconds. If
you select a workout time greater than 60 minutes, the
display reflects hours and minutes until the countdown
reaches 60 minutes, at which time the display reverts to
minutes and seconds.
CALORIES—shows the cumulative number of calories being
burned.
Column 2: INCLINE
INCLINE—displays the percentage of incline or decline
during your workout. The INCLINE arrow keys affect the lift
and let you set an incline between 0% and 15%. The values
displayed can change in 0.5% increments.
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Column 3: SPEED
SPEED—displays the running belt speed in miles per hour
(mph) or kilometers per hour (kph). The running belt speed
ranges from 0.5 and 12 mph (0.8 to 20 kph) and can be
changed in 0.1 increments using the SPEED arrow keys.
Column 4: DISTANCE, PACE and AVERAGE
SPEED
DISTANCE—shows linear distance in either miles or
kilometers. The distance is calculated based on your speed.
PACE—displays your target speed in minutes and seconds
per mile (or kilometer). For example, the number 4:23
indicates that the pace (speed at which you are moving) is
4 minutes and 23 seconds per mile. When you press the
SPEED arrow keys, the pace display changes accordingly
(0.1 mile per key press). To designate a specific pace, use
the PACE key. Refer to Navigational Keypad.
Note: If you are taking longer than an hour to complete a
mile, the display shows hours and minutes.
AVERAGE SPEED—indicates the average speed associated
with your workout.
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Keypads
Use the keypads to enter your workout session selections, to
affect what appears on the display, and to establish your
incline and speed preferences.
Five distinct keypads exist on the display and are discussed
in this section:
•
•
•
•
•
Lower Display keypad and the Selection keys
User identification keys
Navigational keypad in the center of the display
PROGRAMS keypad
Data keypad
Lower Display Keypad and the Selection Keys
TIME ELAPSED
TIME REMAINING
CALORIES
SPEED
INCLINE
DISTANCE
PACE
AVERAGE SPEED
QUICK
START
Diagram 12: Lower Display keypad and the Selection keys
Left Selection Key: Every time you press this key the
the display reflects the amount of time elapsed since
you began your exercise session, or the time remaining,
or the cumulative number of calories burned. An LED
lights and indications which information is being
displayed. The TIME REMAINING display is lit when
you begin a program.
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INCLINE: Press and hold the INCLINE arrow keys to
increase or decrease the incline from 0% to 15% in
0.5% increments.
SPEED: Press and hold the SPEED arrow keys to
increase or decrease the running belt speed in 0.1
increments from 0.5 to 12 mph (0.8 to 20 kph).
Changes to the incline are not immediate. It takes time
for the lift to reach the target incline shown on the
display.
To change the speed in larger increments, use the
number keys. Refer to Data Keypad.
To change the incline in larger increments, use the
number keys. Refer to Data Keypad.
The incline setting affects the column height in the
program profile. The incline display shows the new
setting.
QUICKSTART: Press QUICKSTART to start your
workout immediately using the Manual Program. Refer
to Choosing QUICKSTART.
STOP: A firm tap on the red STOP button slows the
running belt to a stop and the treadmill enters pause
mode. To resume, press QUICKSTART or the SPEED
up arrow key and enter the safety code, if necessary.
Refer to Pausing During a Workout or the Cool-Down
Period.
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When you press the arrow keys, a target speed
appears in the display. The running belt speed changes
to meet the target, but the change occurs gradually so
the transition is smooth.
PAUSE/RESET: This key has several functions during
an exercise session. You press it once to enter pause
mode. You press it again to display a workout summary.
And, you press it a third time, to end your session and
return to the banner. Refer to Pausing During a
Workout or the Cool-Down Period.
Right Selection Key: Every time you press this key the
display reflects either the distance travelled since you
began your exercise session, your current pace, or your
average speed. An LED lights and indicates which
information is being displayed.
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USER Keys
Navigational Keypad
Diagram 13: USER keys
User Keys: On the 9.33, you can personalize your exercise
session by pressing a USER key (1 or 2) at the banner.
Selecting a USER key lets you track your workout statistics
from session to session. When you choose a USER key,
personal information such as age, weight, and preferred
program are reinstated as your exercise session begins. If
you haven’t already done so, you’ll need to select a user
number and enter a user name. For more information, refer to
Adding a User or Selecting a USER Key.
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Diagram 14: Navigational keypad
The navigational keypad consists of the OK key and the up
and down arrow keys.
Up and Down Arrows: These up and down arrows
present the available selections and affect what
appears on the display.
OK: Use the OK key to confirm responses to specific
prompts.
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PROGRAMS Keypad
MANUAL
Table 3. Available programs
PROGRAMS key
Menu Selections
9.31
9.33
MANUAL
INTERVAL
VARIETY
Manual
Interval
Random
1 Custom†
2 Custom†
Basic HR*
Weight Loss HR*
Weight Loss
Weight Loss HR*
5K
10 K
Mile
WALK 1
WALK 2
WALK 3
RUN 1
RUN 2
RUN 3
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
HEART RATE
WEIGHT LOSS
Diagram 15: PROGRAMS keypad
The PROGRAMS keypad provides access to all the exercise
programs. Choosing a category and continually pressing the
associated PROGRAMS key, cycles you through the menu
selections. Refer to Table 3. For a description of each
program, refer to Programs.
Note: Use the OK key to confirm your selection. For more
information, refer to Workout Options.
PERFORMANCE
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
* Use of chest strap or the touch-sensitive grips is required.
†
Appears when you select a USER key.
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Data Keypad
When you press the INCLINE or SPEED arrow keys, the lift
or running belt changes incrementally.
To adjust the incline in larger increments, take the
following steps.
1. To establish the direction of the lift, press the appropriate
INCLINE arrow key.
2. Within three seconds, press a number (0 – 15) followed
by a zero, and then press ENTER.
Diagram 16: Data keypad
During an exercise session, you can use the number keys to
answer prompts and update information or adjust the incline
and speed.
For example, to adjust the lift incline to 8% when the
display shows 2.0, you need to press the INCLINE up
arrow, press the number 8 and 0, and then press ENTER
or the INCLINE up arrow key.
If you wish to halt the lift’s movement, press either
INCLINE arrow key. The lift stops moving and the display
indicates the current incline level.
The CLEAR and ENTER keys provide the following
functions:
CLEAR: Use the CLEAR key to remove the last number
being displayed.
ENTER: Use the ENTER key to accept the number being
displayed.
Note: The OK and ENTER keys are interchangeable and
provide the same function when no peripheral devices are
attached to the treadmill.
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To adjust the speed of the running belt in larger
increments, take the following steps.
1. To adjust the speed, press the appropriate SPEED up or
down arrow key.
2. Within three seconds, press a number 0–12 for miles
(0–20 for kilometers) followed by a zero, and then press
ENTER.
If you wish to cancel the speed adjustment, press either
SPEED arrow key. The display indicates the current
speed of the running belt.
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User Identification
Choosing a user identification (USER key) enables the
treadmill to identify you and track your cumulative workout
statistics. Once you configure your USER key, you can
personalize your workout session and store information
about your preferred program, workout time, weight, and
age.
This section explains how to:
•
•
•
Add a user.
Update your personal information.
Change the user name and clear your workout statistics.
The USER keys on the 9.33 treadmill allow two people to
customize, store, and retrieve workout selections. Two
custom programs are also available when you choose a
USER key. The custom programs record your speed and
incline settings as you exercise.
Initially, you must “add a user” so the treadmill can store
exercise session information associated with the specific
USER key. Once you enter the requested information, it is
stored until you opt to change it. You can select the same
USER key time and time again, and your user preferences
will automatically be re-instated. Refer to Adding a User.
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Adding a User
4. When you are satisfied with your name or user
identification, press OK.
5. The display then prompts you to enter your weight and
age.
Use the navigational arrow keys or number keys to
answer each prompt, and then press OK. With each
successful entry, you move onto the next prompt. After
the age prompt, the display indicates that the user setup
is complete and resets to the banner.
To add a user, select a user number by taking the following
steps:
1. At the banner, press a USER key. A blinking line prompts
you to enter the first letter in your name.
2. Use the alphabet, on the number keypad, to enter your
name. To enter a letter, press the appropriate number key
repeatedly until the desired letter appears. To erase a
letter, press the CLEAR key.
Note: The 9.33 treadmill retains entries even if you exit
the user setup process prior to answering all the
prompts. When you press the same USER key, the setup
process is initiated and the prompts display your existing
entries. Press OK to accept each entry and move on to
the next prompt.
To begin an exercise session using your USER key, refer to
Selecting a USER Key.
3. Wait until the next cell blinks and continue the process
until your name or identification is complete.
Note: Blank spaces between letters are not allowed.
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Updating User Information
3. Answer the prompts for weight and age.
Use the navigational arrow keys or number keys to
answer each prompt, and then press OK. With each
successful entry, you move onto the next prompt.
4. At the CLEAR [user name] STATISTICS? prompt,
choose one of the following options:
To update user information such as weight and age without
clearing the workout statistics associated with a USER key,
take the following steps:
1. At the banner, press and hold the USER key. A welcome
greeting scrolls across the display.
Continue holding the USER key until CHANGE USER
[user number]? USER [x] SETUP scrolls across the
display. Release the USER key, and then press OK.
1 = No
Pressing USER key 1 updates user
information only. The program
preferences and cumulative workout
statistics remain intact.
2 = Yes
Pressing USER key 2 updates user
information, but deletes program
preferences and cumulative workout
statistics. Refer to Changing the User
Name and Clearing Workout Statistics.
2. When your user name appears, do not change it. Accept
it as is by pressing OK.
Important: If you change your user name, you also
delete all cumulative workout statistics associated with
the user name. Refer to Changing the User Name and
Clearing Workout Statistics.
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Changing the User Name and Clearing
Workout Statistics
3. Use the alphabet, on the number keypad, to enter a new
name. To enter a letter, press the appropriate number key
repeatedly until the desired letter appears. To erase a
letter, press the CLEAR key.
4. A blinking space or letter indicates it is ready to receive a
new letter. Wait until the next cell blinks and continue the
process until your name or user identification is complete.
Note: Blank spaces between letters are not allowed.
You can clear the stored workout statistics for any USER key
by changing the name associated with a USER key.
Changing the user name resets workout time, weight and
age preferences to the original factory defaults. The
cumulative goal statistics and personal best records are
reset to zero.
1. At the banner, press and hold the USER key while the
welcome greeting scrolls across the display.
Continue holding the USER key until CHANGE USER
[user number]? scrolls across the display. Release the
USER key, and then press OK.
5. When you are satisfied with your name or user
identification, press OK.
6. The display then prompts you to enter your weight and
age.
Use the navigational arrow keys or number keys to
answer each prompt, and then press OK. With each
successful entry, you move onto the next prompt. After
the age prompt, the display indicates that the user setup
is complete and resets to the banner.
Note: Preferences and workout statistics are cleared.
2. When your user name appears, a blinking line prompts
you to change the first letter.
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Workout Options
CAUTION: Before beginning any fitness program, see your
physician for a complete physical examination. Know your
physician-recommended heart rate target zone.
1. Turn the unit On. The banner prompt scrolls across the
display.
9.33 banner: CHOOSE USER OR QUICKSTART OR A
PROGRAM TO BEGIN
9.31 banner: CHOOSE QUICKSTART OR A PROGRAM
TO BEGIN.
2. Hold on to a handrail while stepping on to the treadmill.
3. Face the display and then straddle the running belt by
placing your feet on the trim strips provided.
6. Select one of the following options:
Option...
Steps...
To start exercising
immediately
Use the QUICKSTART key.
Refer to Choosing
QUICKSTART.
To view a list of
programs
Press a PROGRAMS key.
Refer to Selecting a Program.
To begin exercising
on the 9.33 using
personal
preferences
Press your USER key.
Refer to Selecting a USER
Key.
4. Attach the safety clip to your clothing.
5. Grip a handrail with one hand to steady yourself.
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Choosing QUICKSTART
2. If needed, enter the safety code by pressing: 1, 2, 3, 4.
An asterisk appears on the display with each entry.
3. Hold onto a handrail and straddle the running belt.
BELT STARTING scrolls across the display. A 3-second
countdown appears in the upper display, and then the
running belt starts moving.
QUICK
START
4. Step on to the running belt with the speed at or below
1 mph or 1 kph and begin exercising. Use the SPEED
arrow keys to increase or decrease the speed of the
running belt.
1. While the banner scrolls, press QUICKSTART to begin
the Manual Program.
QUICKSTART applies the following defaults:
Prompts
Default Value
Program
Manual
Time
30 minutes
Weight
150 lb (68 kg)
Age
0
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To use the SmartRate feature, you need to specify your
age. In this case, review the steps found in Adding a User
or Selecting a Program.
When you use the QUICKSTART key, you enter the
MANUAL program as a guest user. The workout time,
weight, and age are set to default values.
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Selecting a Program
choose a distance-goal program, you will not be
prompted for a workout time.
3. Enter your weight (1—999) and then your age (1—99).
MANUAL
Note: To change a value (program, weight, or age) that
you have already entered press PAUSE/RESET to return
to the banner30 seconds. Select a program and reenter
the appropriate values.
4. Hold onto a handrail and straddle the running belt.
1. While the banner prompt scrolls, continually press one of
the PROGRAMS keys to review its list of programs.
Choose the program you want, and then press OK. For a
description of each program, refer to Programs or review
Table 3 with the PROGRAMS Keypad.
Note: After pressing a PROGRAMS key, you can also
scroll through the list of programs by pressing the
navigational arrow keys.
2. A workout time blinks in the display if you choose a timebased program. Enter a number between 1—240 minutes
or zero (NO LIMIT) by using the navigational arrow keys
or the number keys, and then press OK.
Note: If you select a zero time limit, NO LIMIT scrolls
across the display and designates an unlimited workout
time. If you choose NO LIMIT, remember to incorporate a
cool-down period at the end of your workout. If you
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5. If needed, enter the safety code by pressing: 1, 2, 3, 4.
An asterisk appears on the display with each entry.
BELT STARTING scrolls across the display. A 3-second
countdown appears, and then the running belt starts
moving.
6. Step on to the running belt with the speed at or below
1 mph or 1 kph and begin exercising. Use the SPEED
arrow keys to increase or decrease the speed of the
running belt.
Note: On the 9.33, when you select a program without
pressing a USER key, you enter the program as a guest
user. Features, such as your personal best record which
are stored with a USER key, will not appear with a guest
user.
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Selecting a USER Key
2. Press OK to select the program being displayed or
choose another program using the navigational arrow
keys or the PROGRAMS keypad. Refer to Selecting a
Program for information about how to choose a program.
Important: If you make an entry error, press PAUSE/
RESET to return to the banner.
3. If needed, enter the safety code by pressing: 1, 2, 3, 4.
To start your exercise session using personal identification
and preferences set up in Adding a User, take the following
steps:
1. At the banner, press the same USER key you designated
in step 1, Adding a User.
Note: Refer to User Identification if you have not
previously chosen a USER key.
An asterisk appears on the display with each entry.
BELT STARTING scrolls across the display. A 3-second
countdown appears and then the running belt starts
moving.
4. Step on to the running belt with the speed at or below
1 mph or 1 kph and begin exercising. Use the SPEED
arrow keys to increase or decrease the speed of the
running belt.
A welcome greeting scrolls across the display and the
last program associated with the USER key appears.
User preferences such as weight and age are re-instated.
The time or distance goal associated with the displayed
program also applies.
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Recording Your Personal Best Time
Changing Programs in Mid-session
The distance programs (5K, 10K, Mile) record your personal
best time when you select a USER key on the 9.33 and
complete the program. The next time you select the same
USER key and its settings, your personal best record
appears when you press OK.
You can change programs in the middle of a session by
selecting a new program from the PROGRAMS key menu.
All accumulated workout statistics are transferred to the new
program as you continue exercising.
During your exercise session, the distance traveled is being
recorded whether or not the program goal is time or
distance. If you transfer to a distance program and complete
it, your personal best time indicates the cumulative workout
time regardless of how many mid-session transfers may have
occurred. Upon program completion, one of the following
messages scrolls across the display as you begin the cooldown period.
NEW PERSONAL BEST
displays your best time.
MISSED PERSONAL BEST
displays the amount of time
required to meet or surpass
your personal best time.
SAME PERSONAL BEST
indicates that you met and
maintained your personal best
record.
Certain programs, such as the heart rate programs, are not
available for mid-session transfers due to set goals and
program preferences. If this occurs, a message scrolls
across the center display.
Mid-session transfers are also not allowed during the cooldown period.
Note: Your personal best time appears in minutes and
seconds unless you surpass 60 minutes. Then, the display
presents your workout time in hours and minutes.
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Cooling Down After a Workout
Incorporate a cool-down period into your workout to help
lower your heart rate and minimize muscle stiffness or
soreness.
Note: You cannot switch to a different program during the
cool-down period. To alter the cool-down period time limit,
refer to Setting a Cool-Down Time Limit.
When you complete a program with a time limit or specified
goal, you automatically enter a cool-down period. The
running belt slows by about 20% and the incline returns to
0% grade. To readjust the speed or incline, press the
SPEED or INCLINE arrow keys.
A workout summary appears at the end of the cool-down
period. Refer to Ending a Workout.
Note: The red STOP button and the PAUSE/RESET key can
be used interchangeably. So, for the following steps, you
may use the red STOP button instead of the PAUSE/RESET
key.
To prematurely end the cool-down period, do the following:
1. Grasp a handrail with one hand.
2. Press the PAUSE/RESET key with your other hand. The
treadmill enters pause mode.
3. Press PAUSE/RESET to view the workout summary.
4. Press PAUSE/RESET again to return to the banner.
Important: Hold on to a handrail extension. Step off the
treadmill when the lift has stopped moving.
Important: If you exit a program before completing it, the
cool-down period is bypassed.
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Pausing During a Workout or the
Cool-Down Period
3. If needed, enter the safety code by pressing: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Press the red STOP button or the PAUSE/RESET key to
pause anytime during a workout or during a cool-down
period. The pause mode has a time limit. If you do not
resume exercising during that time, the display returns to
the banner.
4. Adjust the running belt speed using the SPEED arrow
keys.
Note: The red STOP button and the PAUSE/RESET key can
be used interchangeably.
1. To pause, press the red STOP button or the PAUSE/
RESET key.
An asterisk appears on the display with each entry.
Note: When you pause during a program, you can change to
another program. All cumulative exercise session statistics
pass to the new program. However, if you pause during a
cool-down period, changing to a different program is not
allowed. Refer to Changing Programs in Mid-session and
Changing Treadmill Settings.
The display indicates the amount of time remaining in
pause mode.
2. To resume exercising from pause mode, press
QUICKSTART or the SPEED up arrow key.
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Ending a Workout
CAUTION: Hold on to a handrail when you near the end of
your exercise session. The incline automatically
recalibrates to a 0% grade. If the lift is moving, wait until it
stops before stepping off the treadmill.
The running belt stops when you complete the automatic
cool-down period. After the running belt stops, time stops
accruing.
The workout summary shows your cumulative workout
statistics including warm-up and cool-down periods. You can
review your workout statistics for 10 minutes before the
display automatically resets to the banner.
Grand totals (cumulative statistics) in calories, distance and
time appear if you have been accessing programs through a
USER key (9.33 only).
A heart rate analysis also appears, if you held onto the 9.33
touch-sensitive grips or wore a chest strap while exercising.
Refer to Heart Rate Analysis.
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If you choose to exercise with no set time limit, you must
manually end a program by pressing the red STOP button or
the PAUSE/RESET key. You can also press the SPEED
down arrow until the speed is reduced to zero and the
running belt stops.
Note: The red STOP button and the PAUSE/RESET key can
be used interchangeably.
To stop the running belt or end an exercise session at any
time, do the following:
1. Grasp a handrail with one hand.
2. Press the PAUSE/RESET key with your other hand. The
treadmill enters pause mode.
3. Press PAUSE/RESET to view the workout summary.
4. Press PAUSE/RESET again to return to the banner.
Important: Do not assume the treadmill is safe because of
safety code protection. Never leave children unsupervised
around the treadmill. Always turn Off and unplug the
treadmill when it is not in use.
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Programs
This section describes the programs available on the
treadmill. Use this section as a reference tool to better
understand each program’s purpose. For more information,
refer to Selecting a Program.
The program descriptions are presented in menu selection
order. To see a list of programs, refer to PROGRAMS
Keypad and Table 3.
Choosing a Program
Choosing a program depends on your goals. If you are a
beginner or returning to regular exercise, you can start a
cardio-conditioning program to slowly return your body to a
comfortable level of exercise. If you have been exercising and
feel that you have an intermediate or advanced fitness level,
you probably have established goals. The Precor web site
(www.precor.com) can give you many ideas about fitness
workouts and advice from the experts.
Several exercise choices on the treadmill are preprogrammed with recommendations for incline levels, pace,
and alternating intervals. You always have the option to
override the suggested levels.
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Program Tips
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Begin at the banner. Refer to Workout Options.
A blinking column indicates your position as you progress
through a program.
To use the SmartRate feature, you need to specify your
age and wear a chest strap or hold on to the touchsensitive grips (9.33 only). Refer to Using SmartRate.
To exercise indefinitely in any program (except preset
distance programs), an unlimited exercise time setting
may be an available option. Refer to Selecting a Program.
If your level of exertion becomes too great, reduce your
pace or change the incline using the SPEED or INCLINE
arrow keys to override each upcoming column in the
program profile.
To view your pace, tap the SPEED up key. Your current
pace appears in the display. You can also choose to
display your pace in the lower display by pressing the
Selection key until the LED lights next to the word PACE.
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To pause during a program, press PAUSE/RESET or the
red STOP button. Refer to Pausing During a Workout or
the Cool-Down Period.
When you complete a program that contains a time or
distance goal, the automatic cool-down period begins.
Refer to Cooling Down After a Workout.
Cumulative workout statistics appear when you end your
exercise session. Refer to Ending a Workout.
Manual Program
MANUAL
The Manual Program profile, available by pressing the
MANUAL key, begins as a flat line. You control incline and
speed settings using the INCLINE or SPEED arrow keys.
The program profile reflects changes in all subsequent
columns. The blinking column indicates your position in the
program. A cool-down period occurs automatically when you
end your workout.
Note: An exception to the cool-down period exists. Refer to
Advanced Programming and Troubleshooting for more
information.
To use the SmartRate feature, you need to specify your age
during the setup prompts.
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Interval Program
Random Program
INTERVAL
VARIETY
The Interval Program, available by pressing the INTERVAL
key, is one of the best programs for conditioning your
cardiovascular system. The program raises and lowers your
level of exertion repeatedly through rest and work intervals.
You specify the period of time according to your training
regimen.
The Random Program can be accessed by pressing the
VARIETY key. Every time the Random program is selected, a
different program profile appears. The columns that appear
in the program profile show the preprogrammed incline. You
can override the preprogrammed incline at any time using
the INCLINE arrow keys.
Initially, the rest interval is set to 0% grade and 1 mph
(1 kph). The work interval is set at a 3% grade and the speed
remains at 1 mph (1 kph).
The incline is preset to zero for the first column. The
maximum change allowed between columns is +/–4%.
While exercising, you can vary the speed and change the
preset incline using the SPEED or INCLINE arrow keys. The
settings are repeated throughout the remainder of the
program.
The running belt speed is completely under your control. You
can adjust the pace by pressing the SPEED arrow keys.
The display lets you know when the speed setting is about to
change, and indicates the levels of the next interval.
Note: Incline changes are limited to +/–5% grade variance
from the previous incline level.
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Custom Program Tips
Custom Programs
VARIETY
Two Custom Programs are available on the 9.33 treadmill if
you select a USER key, and then press the VARIETY key. As
you exercise, you customize the program by determining the
speed or incline settings for each 1-minute column along the
length of the profile. As each column elapses, the speed and
incline for that column are stored in memory.
The subsequent columns repeat the last programmed speed
or incline and are reflected in the program profile. Adjust the
speed or incline using the INCLINE and SPEED arrow keys.
When you complete the program, the settings are
automatically recalled using the same USER key and
program number.
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The custom programs are time-based.
The duration of the custom program and the number of
speed and incline settings is limited to available memory
in the treadmill. The program does not end if the available
memory is exhausted, but the display notifies you and
further changes to speed or incline are not saved.
Approximately, 1¹⁄₂ hours of recording time are available.
You need to incorporate a cooling down period into your
exercise session. The cool-down period is not
automatically appended to the end of the custom
programs.
The program profile reflects changes to incline.
Important: The starting speed may be greater than 1 mph
(1 kph). Do not use the custom programs if you are
unfamiliar with the settings.
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Clearing the Settings in a Custom Program
Perform the following steps to clear (delete) any speed and
incline settings stored in a custom program.
1. At the banner, select a USER key, and then press OK.
2. Display the custom program that you wish to clear.
Important: Clearing the speed and incline settings from
a custom program permanently deletes them from
memory.
3. While the custom program name appears on the display,
hold the red STOP button for about fourteen seconds.
After a message appears on the display indicating that the
settings have been cleared, you can release the key.
Speed and incline information are reset to zero.
Heart Rate Programs
HEART
RATE
The heart rate programs enhance your overall cardiovascular
fitness levels to help you achieve your weight loss and fitness
goals. Two programs are available on the 9.33 and one heart
rate program is available on the 9.31 treadmill. Both monitor
your heart rate and adjust the incline to keep you within a
specific heart rate target zone while you exercise.
Important: Consult your physician to determine the
appropriate target heart rate for your age and fitness level.
Do not exercise over the recommended range of 85% of
your maximum aerobic heart rate.
During the 14-second delay and before CLEARING appears
on the display, you can release the red STOP button and no
change will occur to the custom program settings.
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Heart Rate Program Tips
Read through the following tips before selecting a program.
These tips provide general information regarding how the
programs function. For more information and exercise
suggestions, refer to the Precor web site at
www.precor.com.
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To use the heart rate programs, you must enter your age
and wear a chest strap or grasp the touch-sensitive grips
on the 9.33 so your heart rate can be monitored
throughout the session.
Each program provides a 3-minute warm-up period.
During this time you may change the incline or speed.
When your target heart rate or heart rate zone is achieved
or the 3-minute period elapses, the warm-up period ends
and the program begins.
To change to a different program, select a PROGRAMS
key and press OK.
Cool down periods are incorporated into each program.
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Table 3. Heart Rate Programs
Program
Description
Basic HR
Start with the Basic HR Program if this is the first
time you have used a heart rate program or you are
returning to an exercise fitness routine. The Basic HR
Program adjusts the incline to maintain your heart
rate within two beats per minute of the target heart
rate while you exercise. If your physician recommends
a different target heart rate than the one that appears
on the display, you can adjust your target heart rate
by using the navigational arrow keys once you
complete the warm-up period.
Weight
Loss HR
Improve fat-burning results and increase endurance
every time you exercise. This program helps you
achieve weight loss and increase your aerobic
capacity. The program maintains your heart rate
between the weight loss and cardiovascular zones:
55% - 75% of your maximum aerobic heart rate.
Refer to Heart Rate Features.
During the program, you cannot adjust your target
heart rate. The program monitors your heart rate and
automatically adjusts the incline or speed throughout
five stages: warm-up, weight loss, cardiovascular,
weight loss, and cool down. Forty percent of the
workout time is spent in each weight loss zone while
the other 20 percent is maintained in the
cardiovascular zone.
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Table 4. Weight Loss Programs
Weight Loss Programs
WEIGHT LOSS
Program
Description
Weight Loss
(9.31 only)
Use this program if you are beginning or
returning to a regular fitness routine. The
workout time is fixed at 28 minutes and
consists of seven 4-minute intervals. You are
not prompted for a workout time. To monitor
your heart rate, wear a chest strap. Use the
SmartRate display and maintain your heart rate
within the FAT BURN zone.
Weight Loss HR
(9.33 only)
Improve fat-burning results and increase
endurance every time you exercise. This
program helps you achieve weight loss and
increase your aerobic capacity. The program
maintains your heart rate between the weight
loss and cardiovascular zones: 55% - 75% of
your maximum aerobic heart rate. Refer to
Heart Rate Features.
The Weight Loss Programs are available by pressing the
WEIGHT LOSS key. During your exercise session, set a
comfortable pace. Use the HEART RATE display to monitor
your heart rate. The display lets you know when the incline or
speed levels are about to change.
Table 4 briefly explains the purpose of each program.
During the program, you cannot adjust your
target heart rate. The program monitors your
heart rate and automatically adjusts the incline
or speed throughout five stages: warm-up,
weight loss, cardiovascular, weight loss, and
cool down. Forty percent of the workout time is
spent in each weight loss zone while the other
20 percent is maintained in the cardiovascular
zone.
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5K Program
10K Program
PERFORMANCE
The 5K Program, available by pressing the PERFORMANCE
key, provides a favorable distance to run or walk depending
on your level of fitness. The distance is fixed at five kilometers
(3.1 miles) and cannot be changed. The incline is
preprogrammed. You can change the speed and override the
preprogrammed incline using the arrow keys.
This program records your personal best time when you
select a USER key and complete the program. If you have a
previous record, it scrolls across the display when the
program begins.
When you complete the program, a message appears
indicating whether you exceeded, maintained, or missed your
personal best record. Refer to Recording Your Personal
Best Time.
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PERFORMANCE
The 10K Program is available by pressing the
PERFORMANCE key. The distance for the 10K course is
fixed at ten kilometers (6.2 miles) and the incline is
preprogrammed. You can change the speed and override the
preprogrammed incline using the arrow keys.
This program records your personal best time when you
select a USER key and complete the program. If you have a
previous record, it scrolls across the display when the
program begins.
When you complete the program, a message appears
indicating whether you exceeded, maintained, or missed your
personal best record. Refer to Recording Your Personal
Best Time.
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Mile Program
WALK Programs
PERFORMANCE
The Mile Program is available by pressing the
PERFORMANCE key. The distance is fixed at one mile and
the incline is preprogrammed. You can change the speed
and override the preprogrammed incline using the arrow
keys.
This program records your personal best time when you
select a USER key and complete the program. If you have a
previous record, it scrolls across the display when the
program begins.
When you complete the program, a message appears
indicating whether you exceeded, maintained, or missed your
personal best record. Refer to Recording Your Personal
Best Time.
PERFORMANCE
Three WALK Programs are available on the 9.33 by pressing
the PERFORMANCE key. Each program provides varying
levels of exertion from an easy walk (WLK 1) and moderate
walk (WLK 2) to an advanced level walk (WLK 3). As the
number associated with the program increases, so does the
percent of incline and the frequency of the changes within
the program’s profile.
All the WALK programs have preset inclines. As you move
through the program, the profile mimics the prior column’s
incline level unless you change it or the program’s time limit
is reached. You can override the incline levels at any time by
pressing the INCLINE arrow keys.
The running belt’s speed is completely under your control.
Adjust the speed using the SPEED arrow keys.
The WALK Programs are great cardio-conditioning programs
for beginners and serious walkers alike. Visit the Precor web
site www.precor.com for more information and to
supplement your exercise sessions.
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RUN Programs
PERFORMANCE
Three RUN Programs are available on the 9.33 by pressing
the PERFORMANCE key. These programs provide varying
levels of exertion geared toward the runner from an easy run
(RUN 1) or moderate run (RUN 2) to an advanced level run
(RUN 3). As the number associated with the program
increases, so does the percent of incline and the frequency
of the changes within the program’s profile.
All the RUN programs have preset inclines. As you move
through the program, the profile mimics the prior column’s
incline level unless you change it or the program’s time limit
is reached. You can override the incline levels at any time by
pressing the INCLINE arrow keys.
The running belt’s speed is completely under your control.
Adjust the speed using the SPEED arrow keys.
The RUN Programs are great cardio-conditioning programs.
If you are a runner, visit the Precor web site www.precor.com
for more information and to supplement your exercise
sessions.
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Advanced Programming and Troubleshooting
Certain features remain hidden and can only be accessed
using special key presses. Read this section if you want to:
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Set the pause or cool-down times
Set the maximum speed limit
View the odometer
Display the number of hours you have used your treadmill
View the software versions and part numbers
Display the serial number
Check the usage log
Check the error log
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Always start at the banner.
9.33 banner: CHOOSE USER OR QUICKSTART OR A
PROGRAM TO BEGIN
9.31 banner: CHOOSE QUICKSTART OR A
PROGRAM TO BEGIN.
The advanced programming and diagnostic mode is
accessed by pressing the red STOP button at the
banner. Any remaining key presses must occur quickly
and without pause.
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The QUICKSTART key is disabled while in programming
mode.
The number keypad is disabled once you enter advanced
programming mode. You need to use the navigational
arrow keys to change the blinking prompts.
Some keys provide the same functionality and can be
used interchangeably while in advanced programming
mode. These keys are:
OK and ENTER
PAUSE/RESET and the red STOP button
The advanced programming prompts appear sequentially
and in a menu format. Pressing the arrow keys in the
navigational keypad moves you through the programs.
Press OK to choose or accept the displayed selection. To
return to the banner without saving any changes, press
PAUSE/RESET or the red STOP button.
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Changing Treadmill Settings
Selecting Safety Code Protection
Through a specific set of number key presses, you can
customize the pause or cool down times and adjust the
maximum limit for the running belt speed.
When the treadmill is shipped from the factory, the safety
code protection feature is disabled. If you enable the safety
code, the display prompts you to enter the safety code at the
beginning of your exercise session. The running belt will not
move unless the proper 4-digit safety code is entered.
To access the menu and change the settings, perform the
following steps:
1. At the banner, press the following keys in sequence
without pausing between selections:
PAUSE/RESET, 5, 6, 7, 1
Numbers appear on the display as you press the
associated key.
DIAGS - SET PARAMETERS scrolls across the display
followed by SAFETY CODE.
If the correct code: 1, 2, 3, 4, is not entered within 30
seconds, further access is denied. Refer to Entering the
Safety Code.
2. At the SAFETY CODE prompt, press OK. Use a
navigational arrow key to alternate between the two
selections.
Setting
Description
ENABLED
Causes the safety code prompt to appear
prior to a workout and when returning
from pause mode.
DISABLED
Does not require a safety code to operate.
CAUTION: Do not assume the treadmill is safe
because of safety code protection. Never leave
children unsupervised around the treadmill.
3. When you are ready, press OK to accept the display
setting and move to the next program. Or, press PAUSE/
RESET to return to the banner.
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Selecting a U.S. Standard or Metric Display
Setting a Pause Time Limit
The treadmill can display measurements in either Metric or
U.S. Standard. The default factory setting is set to display
U.S. Standard. To change this setting, perform the following
steps:
You can limit how long a user can pause while exercising on
the unit by entering a time between 1 and 10 minutes. For
example, if you set the pause time limit to 1 M, the display
automatically resets to the banner if no key press occurs
within one minute.
4. At the SELECT UNITS prompt, press OK. Use the
navigational arrow keys to select a unit of measure (U.S.
or METRIC).
5. When you are ready, press OK to accept the display
setting and move to the next program. Or, press PAUSE/
RESET to return to the banner.
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6. At the SET MAX PAUSE TIME prompt, press OK. Use
the navigational arrow keys to change the time limit.
Choose between 1 and 10 minutes.
7. When you are ready, press OK to accept the displayed
setting and move to the next program. Or, press PAUSE/
RESET to return to the banner.
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Setting a Cool-Down Time Limit
Setting the Speed Limit
You can limit how long a user cools down after exercising on
the unit by entering a time between 0 and 5 minutes (M).
You can set a maximum speed for the treadmill in miles per
hour. This limits how fast the running belt moves and,
consequently, the number of speed settings that are
available to the user. The range of speeds available are 0.5 to
12 mph.
Important: It is highly recommended that you set the cooldown period at or above three minutes. It takes time for a
user’s heart rate to return to a resting state after vigorous
exercise. An effective cool-down period also reduces the
amount of lactic acid in muscle tissue.
8. At the SET COOL DOWN TIME prompt, press OK. Use
the navigational arrow keys to display the available time
limits. The default setting is 5 minutes.
9. When you are ready, press OK to accept the displayed
setting and move to the next program. Or, press PAUSE/
RESET to return to the banner.
Note: The treadmill automatically converts the speed setting
to kilometers per hour if you change the units of measure to
metric. To change the units of measure, return to the
SELECT UNITS prompt. Refer to Selecting a U.S. Standard
or Metric Display.
10.At the SET SPEED LIMIT prompt, press OK. Use the
navigational arrow keys to select the desired running belt
speed limit.
11.When you are ready, press OK to accept the displayed
setting and return to the SAFETY CODE prompt. Or,
press PAUSE/RESET to return to the banner.
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Informational Displays
Viewing the Odometer
The treadmill provides information about its use (odometer
and hour meter), as well as software version, serial number,
usage log, and error codes. In general, you would only
access this information if directed to do so by Precor
Customer Support.
1. At the banner, press the following keys in sequence and
without pause:
PAUSE/RESET, 6, 5
These instructions guide you through all eight informational
displays. Pressing the OK key moves you through the
displays. Pressing the navigational arrow keys cycles you
through the menu selection. To exit, press PAUSE/RESET at
any time.
Important: Quick access to the informational displays is
available if error messages have appeared on the display
and have been recorded in the error log. This feature is
usually reserved for service personnel. At the banner, press
and hold PAUSE/RESET for 4 seconds. If DIAGS INFORMATION DISPLAY appears continue with step 2 in
Viewing the Odometer. If no errors are logged, you return to
the banner when you release the key.
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The numbers 6, 5 appear on the display as you press the
associated key.
Then DIAGS - INFORMATION DISPLAY scrolls across
the display followed by ODOMETER.
2. Press OK to view the odometer value (cumulative miles
traveled) or press the ▼ arrow key to move to the next
informational display.
Note: If the unit of measure is set to metric, then
kilometers appears instead of miles.
3. When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (hour meter).
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Viewing the Hour Meter
HOUR METER scrolls across on the display.
4. Press OK to view the number of hours that the unit has
been in use or press the ▼ arrow key to move to the next
informational display.
The treadmill tracks the elapsed minutes, but the value
that appears is truncated to the nearest full hour.
5. When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (software version).
Viewing the Software Part Numbers
U-BOOT SW scrolls across the display.
6. Press OK to view the upper board boot software part
number (for example, 48996-100) or press the ▼ arrow
key to move to the next informational display.
9. When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (lower board’s serial number).
LOWER SW scrolls across the display.
10.Press OK to view the lower board software version and
part number.
11.Write the numbers below. You will need these numbers
if you call Customer Support with questions. This
information will help rule out any software-related
problems:
UPPER BOOT SW: ___________________
UPPER BASE SW: ___________________
LOWER SW: ___________________
12.When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (serial number).
7. When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (upper base application software part number).
U-BASE SW scrolls across the display.
8. Press OK to view the upper base application software
part number or press the ▼ arrow key to move to the next
informational display.
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Viewing the Serial Number
SER. NUMBER scrolls across the display.
Viewing the Usage Log
USAGE LOG scrolls across the display.
13.When you are ready, press OK to view the serial number
or press the ▼ arrow key to move to the next
informational display. The serial number is helpful when
you contact Customer Support.
16.When you are ready, press OK to view each program, the
number of times it has been used, and the associated
cumulative minutes. The usage log is helpful in
determining user preferences in program selection.
Note: If no serial number has been entered, then SER.
NUMBER NONE appears. Use the serial number found
on the front panel, near the power cord.
17. Use the navigational arrow keys to select and view usage
information about each specific program.
14.If you have not already done so, write the serial number
onto the Warranty Registration card. You can also
register online at www.precor.com.
Note: For a list of programs, refer to Programs and
Table 3.
18.When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (error log).
15.When you are ready, press OK to move to the next
display (usage log).
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Viewing the Error Log
ERROR LOG scrolls across the display.
19.When you are ready, press OK to determine how many
errors exist in the error log or press the ▼ arrow key to
cycle back to the ODOMETER display.
Note: If there are no errors in the log, you will see NO
ERRORS displayed. When you press OK, you return to
the ODOMETER display.
20.Press OK again to view the first entry in the error log.
21.If more than one error is being stored, continue to press
the ▼ arrow key. Each error code specifies when it
occurred, listing the error code, odometer, hour meter
and current (amps) values.
Note: Use the ▲ arrow key to review prior error log
entries. To exit the error log, press OK while the code
scrolls across the display and you return to the
ODOMETER display.
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22.Copy the error code information to paper so you can
provide it to Customer Support if needed. Be sure to
copy it exactly as shown.
23.To erase the information in the error log, press and hold
QUICKSTART while the error code scrolls across the
display. The message, NO ERRORS, appears on the
display and remains static to let you know when the error
log has been erased.
Important: You cannot retrieve the error log once you
have cleared it. You may want to resolve any issues you
are experiencing with the treadmill before clearing the
error log.
24.When you are ready, press OK to cycle back to the
ODOMETER, or press PAUSE/RESET to return to the
banner.
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Troubleshooting Error Codes
If any error codes appear in the center display, turn the unit
Off and On. If the error continues to occur, call an authorized
service person for assistance. Refer to Obtaining Service.
Table 5. Erratic heart rate readings
What appears
on the display
Cause
What to Do
Nothing
The heart rate
receiver is not
installed or it has
been disconnected.
To receive Customer
Support, refer to
Obtaining Service.
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A signal is being
Be sure the chest strap
detected, but the
is in direct contact with
transmission requires your skin.
more time to
establish a heart rate.
Hr
A signal is being
detected, but the
transmission requires
more time to
establish a heart rate.
Appears on the 9.33
only.
If using the touchsensitive grips, use
both hands and make
sure your hands are
moist, not dry.
Pulsing HEART
The LED heart blinks
when a heart beat is
detected.
If the LED is pulsating,
it indicates that the
heart rate equipment is
working properly.
Troubleshooting Heart Rate
Table 5 may help you understand and troubleshoot erratic
heart rate readings.
Important: A heart rate can only be detected when the
Precor heart rate receiver is properly installed in the display
and the treadmill is turned On. You must also wear the chest
strap or hold on to both touch-sensitive grips.
To conduct electrical impulses from a user’s heart, both
touch-sensitive grips must be grasped firmly for five to ten
seconds. Usually, the concentration of salts in a person’s
perspiration provides enough conductivity to transmit a
signal to the receiver in the display console. However,
because of body chemistry or erratic heartbeats, some
people cannot use the heart rate feature. A chest strap may
provide better results. Refer to the QuickStart Card for
proper placement of the chest strap.
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Maintenance
It is important to perform the minor maintenance tasks
described in this section. Failure to maintain the treadmill as
described here could void the Precor Limited Warranty.
DANGER
To reduce the risk of electrical shock,
always unplug the unit from its power
source before cleaning it or
performing any maintenance tasks.
Inspection
Inspect the treadmill daily.
1. Look and listen for slipping belts, loose fasteners,
unusual noises, worn or frayed power cords, and any
other indications that the equipment may be in need of
service. If you notice any of these, obtain service.
Important: If you determine that the treadmill needs
service, make sure that the treadmill cannot be used
inadvertently. Turn the unit Off, and then unplug the
power cord from its power source. Make sure other
users know that the treadmill needs service.
Owner’s Manual: Maintenance
2. Check for worn, frayed or missing safety lanyards.
Replace missing or worn safety lanyards immediately.
Do not exercise on the treadmill without attaching the
safety clip to your clothing.
To order parts or to contact a Precor authorized service
provider in your area, refer to Obtaining Service.
Cleaning the Equipment
Most of the working mechanisms are protected inside the
hood and base of the treadmill. However, for efficient
operation, the treadmill relies on low friction. To keep the
friction low, the unit’s running belt, staging platforms, and
internal mechanisms must be as clean as possible.
Precor recommends the treadmill be cleaned before and
after each workout. Use mild soap and water to dampen a
soft cloth and wipe all exposed surfaces. This helps remove
any dust or dirt.
CAUTION: Do not use any acidic cleaners. Doing so will
weaken the paint or powder coatings and void the Precor
Limited Warranty. Never pour water or spray liquids on any
part of the treadmill. Allow the treadmill to dry completely
before using.
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Frequently vacuum the floor underneath the unit to prevent
the accumulation of dust and dirt, which can affect the
smooth operation of the unit. Use a soft nylon scrub brush to
clean the running belt.
Storing the Chest Strap
Store the chest strap in a place where it remains free of dust
and dirt such as, in a closet or drawer. Be sure to protect
the chest strap from extremes in temperature. Do not store it
in a place that may be exposed to temperatures below 32° F
(0° C).
To clean the chest strap, use a sponge or soft cloth
dampened in mild soap and water. Dry the surface
thoroughly with a clean towel.
Checking the Alignment of the
Running Belt
Proper belt alignment allows the belt to remain centered and
ensures smooth operation. Realigning the belt takes a few
simple adjustments. If you are unsure about this procedure,
call Precor Customer Support. Refer to Obtaining Service.
CAUTION: Special care must be taken when aligning the
running belt. Turn Off the treadmill while adjusting or
working near the rear roller. Remove any loose clothing
and tie back your hair. Be very careful to keep your fingers
and any other object clear of the belt and rollers,
especially in front of the roller and behind the deck. The
treadmill will not stop immediately if an object becomes
caught in the belt or rollers.
1. The treadmill has adjustable rear feet. Make sure that the
running surface is level. If the treadmill is placed on an
uneven surface, adjusting the rear feet can help, but will
not compensate for extremely uneven surfaces.
2. Turn the unit On.
3. Stand beside the treadmill and press QUICKSTART.
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4. If needed, enter the safety code by pressing the following
number keys in sequence: 1, 2, 3, 4.
The running belt starts automatically after a 3-second
countdown appears on the display.
5. Press the SPEED up arrow key until the display shows a
speed of 3 mph (5 kph).
CAUTION: If you hear any chafing or the running belt
appears to be getting damaged, stop the running belt
immediately by pressing the red STOP button.
Contact Precor Customer Support.
Adjusting the Running Belt
If you are unsure about adjusting the running belt, call Precor
Customer Support. Refer to Obtaining Service.
CAUTION: For your safety, use the power switch to turn Off
the treadmill before making any adjustments. Do not
adjust the running belt when someone is standing on the
unit.
1. Locate the right belt adjustment bolt in the rear end
cap of the treadmill. Refer to Diagram 11.
6. Walk around to the rear of the unit and observe the belt
for a few minutes. The belt should be centered on the
running belt. If the belt drifts off center, you must make
adjustments. Refer to Adjusting the Running Belt.
Important: Failure to align the belt may cause the belt to
tear or fray, which is not covered by the Precor Limited
Warranty.
7. To stop the running belt, press the red STOP button.
8. Turn the treadmill Off.
Owner’s Manual: Maintenance
Diagram 11: Location of the adjustment bolt
To determine left and right, stand at the rear of the
treadmill and face the display. Make all belt adjustments
on the right rear corner bolt using the hex key provided.
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• If the belt is off center to the LEFT, turn the adjusting
bolt ¼ turn counterclockwise, which moves the
running belt to the right.
• If the belt tracks off center to the RIGHT, turn the bolt
¼ turn clockwise; this moves the belt to the left.
Important: Do not turn the adjusting bolt more than ¼
turn at a time. Overtightening the bolt can damage the
treadmill.
2. Recheck the alignment of the running belt by repeating
the steps found in Checking the Alignment of the
Running Belt.
Long-Term Storage
When the treadmill is not in use for any length of time, turn it
Off. Make sure that the power cord is unplugged from its
power source and is positioned so that it will not become
damaged or interfere with people or other equipment.
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Precor Residential Equipment Limited Warranty
PLEASE READ THESE WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING YOUR PRECOR INCORPORATED
PRODUCT. BY USING THE EQUIPMENT, YOU ARE
CONSENTING TO BE BOUND BY THE FOLLOWING
WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
Limited Warranty
Precor Incorporated warrants all new Precor products to be free
from defects in materials and manufacture for the warranty period
set forth below. The warranty period commences on the invoice
date of original purchase. This warranty applies only against defects
discovered within the warranty period and extends only to the
original purchaser of the product. Parts repaired or replaced under
the terms of this warranty will be warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty period only. To make claim under warranty, the
buyer must notify Precor or their authorized Precor dealer within 30
days after the date of discovery of any nonconformity and make the
affected product available for inspection by Precor or its service
representative. Precor’s obligations under this warranty are limited
and set forth below.
Warranty Periods and Coverage
All residential products and commercial products used in the home
are warranted for the following periods:
• Lifetime frame and welds
• 10 years parts and wear items
• 1 year labor
• Coverage for options and accessories defined below.
Owner’s Manual: Precor Residential Equipment Limited Warranty
Options / Accessories
Many options or accessories have components that are connected
internally or mounted inside the electronic console. The following
guidelines determine the warranty for these components. If the
internal components are installed by the factory or by an authorized
dealer as part of the original sale and delivery, they have a warranty
that is identical to the warranty of the equipment in which they are
connected or mounted. If the internal components are not installed
by the factory or by an authorized dealer as part of the original sale
and delivery, they have a 90-day parts and labor limited warranty. All
components that are not internally connected have 90-day parts
only limited warranty. Satisfactory proof of purchase is required in
all cases.
Conditions and Restrictions
This warranty is valid only in accordance with the conditions set
forth below:
1. The warranty applies to the Precor product only while:
a. It remains in the possession of the original purchaser and
proof of purchase is demonstrated
b. It has not been subjected to accident, misuse, abuse,
improper service, or non-Precor modifications
c. Claims are made within the warranty period
2. This warranty does not cover damage or equipment failure
caused by electrical wiring not in compliance with electrical
codes or Precor owner’s manual specifications, or failure to
provide reasonable and necessary maintenance as outlined in
the owner’s manual.
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3. Warranty of all Precor products applies to residential use only
and is void when products are used in a nonresidential
environment or installed in a country other than where sold.
4. Except in Canada, Precor does not pay labor outside the United
States.
5. Warranties outside the United States and Canada may vary.
Please contact your local Dealer for details.
PRECOR ALSO HEREBY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ALL OTHER
OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ARISING BY
LAW OR OTHERWISE, WITH RESPECT TO ANY NONCONFORMANCE
OR DEFECT IN ANY PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: (A)
ANY OBLIGATION, LIABILITY, RIGHT, CLAIM OR REMEDY IN TORT,
WHETHER OR NOT ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF PRECOR
OR ITS SUPPLIERS (WHETHER ACTIVE, PASSIVE OR IMPUTED); AND
(B) ANY OBLIGATION, LIABILITY, RIGHT, CLAIM, OR REMEDY FOR
LOSS OF OR DAMAGE TO ANY EQUIPMENT. This disclaimer and
This limited warranty shall not apply to:
release shall apply even if the express warranty set forth above fails
of its essential purpose.
1. Software version upgrades
2. Cosmetic items, including, but not limited to the following: grips,
seats, and labels.
3. Repairs performed on Precor equipment missing a serial number
or with a serial tag that has been altered or defaced.
4. Service calls to correct installation of the equipment or instruct
owners on how to use the equipment.
5. Pickup, delivery, or freight charges involved with repairs.
6. Any labor costs incurred beyond the applicable labor warranty
period.
Disclaimer and Release
Exclusive Remedies
For any product described above that fails to conform to its
warranty, Precor will provide, at their option, one of the following:
(1) repair; (2) replacement; or (3) refund of the purchase price.
Precor Limited Warranty service may be obtained by contacting the
authorized dealer from whom you purchased the item. Precor
compensates Servicers for warranty trips within their normal service
area to repair equipment at the owner’s location. You may be
charged a trip charge outside the service area. THESE SHALL BE
THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES OF THE BUYER FOR ANY
BREACH OF WARRANTY.
The warranties provided herein are the exclusive warranties given
by Precor and supersede any prior, contrary or additional
representations, whether oral or written. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE THAT APPLY TO ANY PARTS
DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIODS OF
EXPRESS WARRANTIES GIVEN ABOVE FOR THOSE SAME PARTS.
PRECOR HEREBY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES THOSE WARRANTIES
THEREAFTER. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
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Exclusion of Consequential and Incidental
Damages
PRECOR AND/OR ITS SUPPLIERS SHALL HAVE NO OBLIGATION OR
LIABILITY, WHETHER ARISING IN CONTRACT (INCLUDING
WARRANTY), TORT (INCLUDING ACTIVE, PASSIVE, OR IMPUTED
NEGLIGENCE AND STRICT LIABILITY), OR OTHERWISE, FOR
DAMAGE TO THE EQUIPMENT, PROPERTY DAMAGE, LOSS OF USE,
REVENUE OR PROFIT, COST OF CAPITAL, COST OF SUBSTITUTE
EQUIPMENT, ADDITIONAL COST INCURRED BY BUYER (BY WAY OF
CORRECTION OR OTHERWISE) OR ANY OTHER INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER
RESULTING FROM NONDELIVERY OR FROM THE USE, MISUSE OR
INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT. This exclusion applies even if the
above warranty fails of its essential purpose and regardless of
whether such damages are sought for breach of warranty, breach of
contract, negligence, or strict liability in tort or under any other legal
theory. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation might
not apply.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights, which vary state to state.
Effective 01 January, 2003
P/N 36287-110
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Notes:
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Thank You and Welcome to Precor
To allow us to serve you better, please take a few moments to
complete and return your warranty registration.
YOU MAY ALSO REGISTER ONLINE AT
www.precor.com/warranty
If you have questions or need additional information, contact your
local dealer or call Precor Customer Support at 800-347-4404.
Fold along dotted line and tape closed before mailing.
RET.
Precor Incorporated
20031 142nd Avenue NE
PO Box 7202
Woodinville, WA 98072-4002
HERE
STAMP
PLACE
TELL US ABOUT YOUR NEW PRECOR PRODUCT
Product
Serial
Number:
Date of
Purchase:
Month
Year
Day
Purchased
from:
The serial number is located on the shipping box and on the product.
Dealer Name
Please indicate the type of product purchased:
❑ Elliptical Fitness CrossTrainerTM (EFX®)
❑ Treadmill
❑ Strength Training System
❑
❑
❑
StretchTrainerTM
Cycle
Stair Climber
TELL US ABOUT YOU
First Name
Middle Initial
Last Name
Street Address
Apt./Suite:
City
Area Code
State
Zip Code
Telephone
Your Email Address
Gender:
❑ Male
❑ Female
Marital status:
❑ Married
❑ Divorced
❑ Widowed
❑ Never been married
Age:
❑ Under 18
❑ 18-24
❑ 25-34
❑ 35-44
❑ 45-54
❑ 55-64
❑ 65+
Annual household income:
❑ Under $50,000
❑ $51,000-75,000
❑ $76,000-100,000
❑ $101,000-150,000
❑ $151,000+
What are your fitness goals?
❑ Weight loss/management
❑ Muscle tone enhancement
❑ Cardiovascular improvement
❑ Overall health
❑ Increase energy and flexibility
❑ Stress reduction
❑ Rehabilitation
❑ Other
TELL US ABOUT YOUR PURCHASE
Purchase (check all that apply):
❑ First Precor product
❑ Replaces a Precor product of the same type
❑ Replaces same type of product – different brand
❑ Addition to equipment currently owned
What factors MOST influenced your decision to
purchase your Precor product (choose up to three):
❑ Precor reputation
❑ Rebate or sale price
❑ Prior use of Precor product(s)
❑ Quality/durability
❑ Design/appearance
❑ Warranty
❑ Special product features
❑ Value for the price
❑ Physician recommendation
How did you FIRST become aware of Precor
products (choose only one):
❑ A gift
❑ Friend/relative
❑ Physician
❑ Fitness club
❑ Internet
❑ News report or product review
❑ Magazine advertisement or article
❑ Print advertisement
❑ In-store display or demonstration
❑ Other
Please detach and mail in the warranty registration within ten days of purchase.
❑ Mr.
❑ Mrs.
❑ Ms.
Effective 28 June 2004
P/N 45623-102
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9.31/9.33 Low Impact Treadmill
Programs
Product Specifications
PROGRAMS
Menu Selection
Manual
Manual
Interval
Interval
Variety
Random
Length:
Width:
Height:
Weight:
Shipping weight:
Running surface:
79 in (204 cm)
34 in (86 cm)
56 in (142 cm)
335 lb (152 kg)
400 lb (182 kg)
22 in x 56 in
(56 cm x 142 cm)
Motor:
3.0 hp continuous duty (120 V)
4.0 hp peak duty (240 V)
Power:
120 VAC, 50/60Hz
240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Speed:
0.5–12 mph
(0.8–20 kph)
Incline:
0%–15% grade
Frame:
Powder-coated steel
Regulatory Approvals: FCC, ETL
Electronic Readouts
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✓
✓
✓
1 Custom ✝
Heart Rate
2 Custom ✝
Basic HR*
✓
✓
Weight Loss HR*
Weight Loss
Weight Loss
5K
10K
Mile
Walk 1
Walk 2
Walk 3
Product Features
Run 1
QUICKSTART™
Run 2
SmartRate®
Heart Rate Telemetry
(chest strap included)
Touch Heart Rate
User IDs (2) - 9.33 only
Safety Code
Run 3
✝ Appears when you select a USER key.
✓
✓
✓
Weight Loss HR*
Performance
9.33
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
% Complete
Program Name
Age
SmartRate*
Average Heart Rate*
Speed
Average Speed
Target Heart Rate
Calories
Time
Distance
Time Elapsed
Heart Rate*
Time in Heart Rate Zone*
Incline
Time Remaining
Maximum Heart Rate*
User Name (9.33 only)
Pace
Weight
Personal Best Record
(9.33 only)
Workout Summary
Profile
* Use of chest strap or touch-sensitive handrail grips is required.
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Precor, C, CrossRamp, EFX, M, Move Beyond, and SmartRate are registered trademarks of Precor
Incorporated. Crosstrainer, QuickStart, and StretchTrainer are trademarks of Precor Incorporated.
Copyright 2007 Precor Incorporated.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
www.precor.com
Precor Incorporated
20031 142nd Ave NE
P.O. Box 7202
Woodinville, WA USA 98072-4002
1-800-347-4404
NOTICE:
Precor is widely recognized for its innovative, award winning designs of exercise equipment.
Precor aggressively seeks U.S. and foreign patents for both the mechanical construction and the
visual aspects of its product design. Any party contemplating the use of Precor’s product designs
is hereby forewarned that Precor considers the unauthorized appropriation of its proprietary rights
to be a very serious matter. Precor will vigorously pursue all unauthorized appropriation of its
proprietary rights.
9.31/9.33 OM 49779-102, en
Warranty # 36287-110, en
Registration Card# 45623-102, en
126 December 2007
QUICKSTART™
Begin Your Workout with QUICKSTART
CAUTION: Before using the treadmill, read all these
instructions. Failure to do so may result in serious injury.
To begin exercising immediately without personalizing your exercise
session, take the following steps.
• Do not allow children or those unfamiliar with its
operation, on or near this equipment.
1. Turn On the treadmill, using the power switch located beneath the
front of the unit, near the power cord.
• Before beginning any fitness program, see
your physician for a thorough physical
examination. Seek advice from your physician
to learn the target heart rate appropriate for
your fitness level.
• At the beginning of a workout, straddle
the belt by placing your feet firmly on
the right and left staging platforms.
• Always face the display and use
the handrail for balance. Never
attempt to turn around on the
treadmill while the running belt
is moving.
2. Step on the treadmill. Face the display and straddle the running belt.
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9.33
• If you feel pain, faintness, or
dizziness, stop exercising
immediately.
Workout Tips
Use the Safety Clip
Always attach the safety clip
to your clothing before each
workout. A tug on the lanyard
trips the safety switch inside
the display and stops the
running belt. If the safety
switch trips while you are
exercising, the treadmill retains
your workout statistics and
enters pause mode. To resume
your workout, reattach the
magnetic safety key to the
console and attach the clip to
your clothing. Enter the
password, and then
press QUICKSTART.
• Before and after a workout, gently stretch
your lower body and back to help prevent
stiffness or soreness.
• At the beginning of a workout, take several
minutes to bring your heart rate into your
target zone (shown in Diagram D on the
other side of this card).
• To display your heart rate, wear a chest
strap or use both hands to grasp the touchsensitive handrail grips.
• Incorporate a cool-down period into your
workout to help lower your heart rate and
minimize muscle stiffness and soreness.
3. Attach the safety clip to your clothing. Make sure the magnetic
safety key is in position next to the red STOP button.
4. Hold on to the handrail with one hand and press QUICKSTART with
the other. If needed, enter the password. Refer to your owner’s
manual.
A 3-second countdown appears, and then the running belt starts
moving. The Manual Program begins.
5. Step on to the running belt with the speed at 1 mph (1 kph), and
begin exercising.
• To increase or decrease the incline or speed, use the INCLINE or
SPEED arrow keys.
• To pause, hold onto a handrail with one hand while you press the
PAUSE/RESET key with the other.
6. To change workout time or enter your weight or age, press
MANUAL and answer the prompts that appear on the display.
Note: When you reach your time goal, you automatically enter a
cool-down period.
7. Complete the cool-down period and a workout summary, which
presents your exercise session statistics, appears. To review your
cumulative distance and average speed, press the right selection
key. The cumulative number of calories burned appears in an upper
display.
8. Remove the safety clip from your clothing and hold on to a handrail
as you step off the treadmill.
9. To prevent unauthorized use, turn the treadmill Off.
Note: To personalize your exercise experience, refer to Workout
Options in the owner’s manual.
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•
Determine your level of fitness: beginner,
intermediate, or advanced.
•
Determine your immediate goal: endurance
training, cardio-conditioning, or weight loss.
If you are a beginner, start a cardio-conditioning
program to slowly adjust your body to a comfortable
level of exercise. Over a recommended 8-week
period, you will increase your endurance and strength
while improving flexibility.
If you have been exercising and feel that you have
reached an intermediate or advanced fitness level, you
probably have established goals for yourself.
For all fitness levels, plan to exercise at a comfortable
pace for 20 to 30 minutes a day. Wear a chest strap
to monitor your heart rate. Supplement your plans
with fitness workouts from the Precor web site
(www.precor.com). The Precor web site also provides
expert advice to help you reach your fitness goals.
2. Adjust the strap and fasten it around your chest.
The strap should feel snug, not restrictive
(Diagram B).
For the greatest benefits, maintain your heart rate in
either zone for 30 minutes or more at least three times
a week.
3. Make sure that the chest strap is right side up, lies
horizontally across your chest, and is centered in
the middle of your chest (Diagram C).
CAUTION: Your heart rate should never exceed
85% of your maximum aerobic heart rate or go
above your target zone (Diagram D).
Heart Rate Target Zones
200
190
180
Diagram A
Diagram B
When these steps are complete, you are ready to view
your heart rate!
Touch-Sensitive Handrail Grips
Several Precor products incorporate touch-sensitive
heart rate grips on the handrails. If you prefer to use
the touch-sensitive handrail grips, use both hands.
Make sure both hands are moist (not dry) when you
grasp the touch-sensitive handrail grips.
Monitor Your Heart Rate
The SmartRate and heart rate displays provide visual
cues that help you adjust your fitness routine to reach
your goals. Use these features to keep your heart rate
within the target zones.
Wear a Chest Strap
During a workout, the heart rate features appear on
the display when you wear a chest strap. To receive
an accurate reading, the chest strap needs to be in
direct contact with your skin. After you put on the
chest strap, face the display console for a minimum of
15 seconds. This allows the receiver in the console to
recognize the signal from the chest strap.
1. Carefully dampen the back of the strap with tap
water (Diagram A).
Important: Do not use deionized water. It does
not have the proper minerals and salts to conduct
electrical impulses.
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Diagram C
Your Heart Rate
Choose a Program
High
160
150
140
Rec
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130
120
110
100
Rec
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asc
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Zon
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Cardio
ss Z
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90
Fatburn
80
70
Peak
Warmup
20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Your Age
SmartRate® Features
When you begin an exercise session, a blinking
segment in the SmartRate display appears if you
entered your age during the setup phase. The blinking
segment indicates the current zone of your heart rate.
The calculation used for the heart rate target zone is
your maximum aerobic heart rate:
(220 minus your age) multiplied by a percent.
For the ideal weight loss range, your heart rate should
remain between 55% and 70% of your maximum
aerobic heart rate. To improve your overall
cardiovascular and respiratory fitness level, maintain
your heart rate between 70% and 85% of your
maximum aerobic heart rate.
Diagram D
Cool Down After Your Workout
Cooling down is an important aspect of your workout
because it helps reduce muscle stiffness and
soreness by transporting excess lactic acid out of the
working muscles. Cooling down for at least three
minutes helps provide a smooth transition that allows
your heart rate to return to its normal, non-exercising
state.
Precor Incorporated
20031 142nd Avenue NE
P.O. Box 7202
Woodinville, WA USA 98072-4002
www.precor.com
HR INFO 48140-104
©2007 Precor Incorporated
Assembly Guide
9.3x
Low-Impact Treadmills
Thank you for choosing Precor. For proper installation, please read this
guide thoroughly and follow the assembly instructions. If you do not
assemble the treadmill according to these guidelines, you could void the
Precor Limited Warranty.
Obtaining Service
You should not attempt to service the treadmill except for minor belt
adjustments and maintenance as described in the owner’s manual. Should
you need more information regarding customer support numbers or a list of
Precor authorized service centers, visit the Precor website at
www.precor.com/cons.
Unpacking the Equipment
Installation Requirements
Follow these installation requirements when assembling the unit:
•
Assemble the unit near the location where you plan to use it.
•
Provide ample space around the unit.
Open space around the unit allows for easier access.
•
Set up the unit on a solid, flat surface.
A smooth, flat surface under the unit helps keep it level. A level unit has
fewer malfunctions.
•
Open the box and assemble the components in the sequence
presented in this guide.
•
Obtain assistance.
Ask another capable adult for assistance during the assembly process.
•
Use your fingers or the appropriate tools to insert fasteners.
Proper alignment helps alleviate crossthreading. Do not fully wrench
tighten fasteners until instructed to do so.
The treadmill is carefully tested and inspected before shipment. The unit is
shipped in one box. Ask for help from two or more people to unpack and
assemble the treadmill. If any items are missing, contact your dealer.
Important: When wrench tightening, the head of the fastener should be flush
with the product. If it is not, cross-threading has occurred. Do not attempt to
rework the assembly as more damage to the unit will occur. Contact
Customer Support. Refer to Obtaining Service.
Required Tools
•
Phillips-head screwdriver
•
Crescent wrench
•
Bubble level
•
Wire cutter
9.3x Low-Impact Treadmills Assembly Guide
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If you plan to move the unit, obtain help and use proper lifting
techniques.
Grasp the one-piece plastic end cap to lift the treadmill and roll it on its
front wheels. Do not grasp any other plastic part while lifting or moving
the unit. The other plastic pasts are not reinforced and they may break.
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Hardware Kit (not to scale)
Fasteners
Quantity
(A) Socket head screw (¾-inch)
8
(B) Buttonhead screw (¾-inch)
6
1 – Magnetic safety key and safety clip (H)
2 – Water bottle holder (J)
(C) Socket head screw (⁷⁄₈-inch)
1
(D) Split washer (⁵⁄₁₆-inch)
6
(E) Socket head screw (2-inch)
2
(F) Phillips-head screw (³⁄₈-inch)
2
1 – Console cover (G)
1 – ³⁄₁₆ Hex key
1 – ¼ Hex key
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Assembly Steps
CAUTION: The location of the On/Off switch is beneath the
cutout on the base frame. Make sure the power switch is in the
Off position. Make sure the power cord is disconnected from its
power source.
Loosen, but do not remove, the two front fasteners and two side
fasteners on the hood using the ³⁄₁₆-inch hex key. Remove the hood
and set it aside.
Place the left upright support into the base frame side bracket. Ask
your assistant to insert a socket head screw (A) into the top
mounting hole on the front panel. Thread the screw so the other
mounting holes line up. Then, secure the upright support to the side
bracket using two socket head screws (A). Finger tighten.
120 V model shown
Attach the right upright support by following the same procedure as
step 2 using four socket head screws (A). Finger tighten.
Left Upright
Support
Right Upright
Support
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Unwrap the cable and remove the kinks. Ask your assistant to hold
the handrail extensions while you feed the cable inside the right
upright support. Make sure the cable connector rests on the floor at
the base of the upright support.
Interior rail
120 V
CAUTION: Be aware of the handrail extensions when you are
working around the front of the unit. It is easy to bump your
head or sustain other injuries if you ignore the location of the
handrail extensions.
Have your assistant hold the handrail assembly above the upright
supports. Tip the assembly forward so the mounting brackets slide
along the interior rails inside the upright supports. Align the
mounting holes and insert six buttonhead screws (B) and six split
washers (D). For easier assembly, insert the top rear fasteners first.
Then, lift the handrail extensions and insert the bottom front
fasteners. Align the top front mounting holes and thread the two
remaining fasteners. Finger tighten.
Important: Make sure the fasteners do not pinch the cable. Cables
damaged by improper installation will not be covered by the Precor
Limited Warranty.
Pull the cable connector through the hole in the right upright
support.
For 120 V models, connect the display cable to its receptacle on the
electronics board. The tab on the cable connector faces the front of
the treadmill. An audible click is heard when the cable is properly
attached.
For 240 V models, connect the display cable to the jumper cable.
An audible click is heard when the cable is properly attached.
240 V
Note: Place the excess cable inside the upright support.
Tighten all mounting screws.
a. Start at the base and use the ¼-inch hex key to alternately tighten
the eight fasteners that secure the upright supports to the base
assembly. Refer to steps 2 and 3.
b. Use the ³⁄₁₆-inch hex key to wrench tighten the six screws that
secure the handrail extensions to the upright supports. Refer to
step 5.
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Position the hood over the running belt so you can slide it through
the upright supports from the rear. Align the hood with its four
fasteners. Use the ³⁄₁₆-inch hex key to wrench tighten the two side
fasteners before wrench tightening the two fasteners that secure the
front of the hood.
Install the display console.
a. Cut the wire ties that secure the cables to the center handrail and
display support bar.
Center
handrail
b. Ask your assistant to stand on the running belt and hold the
display console. The display label must face the rear of the
treadmill. Tilt the display console so the cables are easily
accessible.
c. Stand to the side of the treadmill and connect each cable to its
appropriate receptacle.
Display support bar
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Note: The 9.31 has one cable connection. The 9.33 and 9.35
have two cable connections.
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Position the display console so the half-round cutout rests on the
display support bar. Place any excess cables inside the display
console. Tip the display console up so its base aligns with the
mounting bracket on the center handrail.
CAUTION: Have your assistant hold the display console until it
is fastened to the center handrail and display support bar. If it
drops, cables will stretch or break and damage will occur to the
electronic boards. The Precor Limited Warranty does not cover
damage caused during installation.
Secure the display console to the display support bar with two
socket head screws (E). Wrench tighten using a ³⁄₁₆-inch hex key.
Once the display console is secure, your assistant can stop
supporting it.
Secure the display console to the center handrail with one socket
head screw (C). Wrench tighten using the ³⁄₁₆-inch hex key.
Attach the console cover (G) by inserting the bottom two tabs.
Rotate the cover up and apply pressure so the top tab snaps into
place.
Note: If you need to remove the cover, apply pressure to the thumb
tab and rotate the cover out.
Place the two water bottle holders (J) onto their brackets and secure
each with a buttonhead screw (F). Tighten each screw with a
Phillips-head screwdriver.
Place the magnetic safety key (H) into the cutout on the display
console.
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Before using the unit, make sure it is level. If adjustments are needed,
adjust one rear foot at a time. Do not raise the unit more than ¾ inch
(2 cm) from the floor.
Check the alignment and adjust the running belt. For instructions, refer to
Checking the Alignment and Adjusting the Running Belt. If you wish to
test the heart rate feature, refer to the owner’s manual.
a. Ask a capable assistant to lift the rear portion of the treadmill (using
proper lifting techniques).
b. Loosen the upper lock nut with a crescent wrench and rotate the rear
feet as needed.
Adjustable
rear foot
c. Retighten the lock nut and lower the treadmill to the floor.
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Checking the Alignment and Adjusting the Running Belt
Proper belt alignment allows the belt to remain centered and ensures
smooth operation. Realigning the belt takes a few simple adjustments. If you
are unsure about this procedure, call Precor Customer Support. Refer to
Obtaining Service.
To check the alignment:
CAUTION: Special care must be taken when aligning the running belt. Turn Off
the treadmill while adjusting or working near the rear roller. Remove any
loose clothing and tie back your hair. Be very careful to keep your fingers and
any other object clear of the belt and rollers, especially in front of the roller
and behind the deck. The treadmill will not stop immediately if an object
becomes caught in the belt or rollers.
1. The treadmill has adjustable rear feet. Make sure that the running surface is
level before aligning or adjusting the running belt. Refer to step 18.
To adjust the running belt:
If you are unsure about adjusting the running belt, contact Precor Customer
Support. Refer to Obtaining Service.
CAUTION: For your safety, use the power switch to turn Off the treadmill
before making any adjustments. Do not adjust the running belt when
someone is standing on the unit.
1. Locate the right belt adjustment bolt in the rear end cap of the treadmill.
Adjustment bolt location
2. Connect the power plug to an appropriate dedicated circuit and turn the
unit On.
3. Stand beside the treadmill and press QUICKSTART.
4. If needed, enter the password. Refer to your owner’s manual. The running belt
starts automatically after a 3-second countdown appears on the display.
5. Press the SPEED up arrow key until the display shows a speed of 3 mph
(5 kph).
CAUTION: If you hear any chafing or see that the running belt appears to
be getting damaged, stop the running belt immediately by pressing the
red STOP button. Contact Precor Customer Support.
6. Walk around to the rear of the unit and observe the belt for a few minutes. The
belt should run centered along the running bed. If the belt drifts off center, you
will need to make adjustments. Refer to the next section.
To determine left and right, stand at the rear of the treadmill and face the
display. Make all belt adjustments on the right rear corner bolt using the
¼-inch hex key.
• If the belt is off center to the LEFT, turn the adjusting bolt ¼ turn
counterclockwise, which moves the running belt to the right.
• If the belt is off center to the RIGHT, turn the bolt ¼ turn clockwise, which
moves the belt to the left.
Important: Do not turn the adjusting bolt more than ¼ turn at a time.
Overtightening the bolt can damage the treadmill.
2. Recheck the alignment of the running belt.
Important: If the belt needs alignment, make the adjustments at once. Failure
to align the belt may cause the belt to tear or fray, which is not covered by the
Precor Limited Warranty.
7.
To stop the running belt, press the red STOP button.
8. Turn the treadmill Off.
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Precor Incorporated
20031 142nd Avenue NE
P.O. Box 7202
Woodinville, WA USA 98072-4002
1-800-347-4404
©2009 Precor Incorporated
www.precor.com
9.3x AG 49760-106 rev F
15 August 2009
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