OWNER’S MANUAL
TR 4.0
Please carefully read this entire manual before operating your new treadmill
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions
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Important Electrical Instructions
3
Grounding Instructions
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Important Operation Instructions
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Assembly Instructions
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Transport Instructions
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Features
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Console Operation
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Programmable Features
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Using Heart Rate Transmitter
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General Maintenance
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Exploded View Diagram/Parts List
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ATTENTION
This treadmill is intended for residential use only and is warranted for this application.
Any other application voids this warranty in its entirety.
XT810-AT38CEGS_1109A
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING - Read all instructions before using this appliance.
DANGER - To reduce the risk of electric shock disconnect your treadmill from the electrical
outlet prior to cleaning and/or service work.
WARNING - To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, install
the treadmill on a flat level surface with access to a 230-volt, 10-amp grounded outlet with
only the treadmill plugged into the circuit.
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD UNLESS IT IS A 14AWG OR BETTER, WITH
ONLY ONE OUTLET ON THE END.
The treadmill should be the only appliance in the circuit in which it is connected.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISABLE THE GROUNDED PLUG BY USING IMPROPER
ADAPTERS, OR IN ANY WAY MODIFY THE CORD SET. A serious shock or fire hazard
may result along with computer malfunctions. See Grounding Instructions, page 3.
Do not operate treadmill on deeply padded, plush or shag carpet. Damage to both carpet
and treadmill may result.
Do not block the rear of the treadmill. Provide a minimum of 3 1/2 feet clearance
between the rear of the treadmill and any fixed object.
Keep children away from the treadmill. There are obvious pinch points and other caution
areas that can cause harm.
Keep hands away from all moving parts.
Never operate the treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug. If the treadmill is not
working properly, call your dealer.
Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
Do not operate where aerosol spray products are being used or where oxygen is being
administered. Sparks from the motor may ignite a highly gaseous environment.
Never drop or insert any object into any openings.
Do not use outdoors.
To disconnect, turn all controls to the off position, then remove the plug from the outlet.
Do not attempt to use your treadmill for any purpose other than for the purpose it is
intended.
The hand pulse sensors are not medical devices. Their purpose is to provide you
with an approximate measurement in relation to your target heart rate. Use of a chest
transmitter strap is a much more accurate method of heart rate analysis. Various factors,
including the user’s movement, may affect the accuracy of heart rate readings. The
pulse sensors are intended only as exercise aids in determining heart rate trends in
general.
Use handrails provided; they are for your safety.
Wear proper shoes. High heels, dress shoes, sandals or bare feet are not suitable for
use on your treadmill. Quality athletic shoes are recommended to avoid leg fatigue.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS - THINK SAFETY!
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IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING!
NEVER use a ground fault circuit interrupt (GFCI) wall outlet with this treadmill. As with any appliance with a
large motor, the GFCI will trip often. Route the power cord away from any moving part of the treadmill
including the elevation mechanism and transport wheels.
NEVERremove any cover without first disconnecting AC power. If voltage varies by ten percent (10%)
or more, the performance of your treadmill may be affected. Such conditions are not covered under your
warranty. If you suspect the voltage is low, contact your local power company or a licensed electrician for
proper testing.
NEVER expose this treadmill to rain or moisture. This product is NOT designed for use outdoors, near a
pool or spa, or in any other high humidity environment. The operating temperature specification is 40 to
120 degrees Fahrenheit, and humidity is 95% non-condensing (no water drops forming on surfaces).
Circuit Breakers: Some circuit breakers used in homes are not rated for high inrush currents that can
occur when a treadmill is first turned on or even during use. If your treadmill is tripping the house circuit
breaker (even though it is the proper current rating) but the circuit breaker on the treadmill itself does not
trip, you will need to replace the home breaker with a high inrush type. This is not a warranty defect.
This is a condition we as a manufacture have no ability to control. This part is available through most
electrical supply stores. Examples: Grainger part # 1D237, or available online at www.squared.com
part # QO120HM.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded. If the treadmill should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path
of least resistance for electric current, reducing the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord
having an equipment-grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER - Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the product is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the product if it will not fit the outlet; have a proper outlet
installed byaqualifiedelectrician.
This product is for use on a nominal 230-volt circuit, and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug
illustrated below. A temporary adapter that looks like the adapter illustrated below may be used to
connect this plug to a 2-pole receptacle as shown below if a properly grounded outlet is not available. The
temporary adapter should be used only until a properly grounded outlet, (shown below) can be installed
by a qualified electrician. The green colored rigid ear-lug, or the like, extending from the adapter, must be
connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box cover. Whenever the adapter is
used, it must be held in place by a metal screw.
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IMPORTANT OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
NEVER operate this treadmill without reading and completely understanding the
results of any operational change you request from the computer.
Understand that changes in speed and incline do not occur immediately. Set your
desired work level on the computer console and release the adjustment key. The
computer will obey the command gradually.
NEVER use your treadmill during an electrical storm. Surges may occur in your
household power supply that could damage treadmill components. Unplug the
treadmill during an electrical storm as a precaution.
Use caution while participating in other activities while walking on your treadmill;
such as watching television, reading, etc. These distractions may cause you to lose
balance which may result in serious injury.
Do not use excessive pressure on console control keys. They are precision set to
function properly with little finger pressure.
SAFETY TETHER CORD
A safety tether cord is provided with this unit. It is a simple magnetic design that
should be used at all times. It is for your safety should you fall or move too far back on
the tread-belt. Pulling this safety tether cord will stop tread-belt movement.
To Use:
1. Place the magnet into position on the round metal portion of the console control head.
Your treadmill will not start and operate without this. Removing the magnet also
secures the treadmill from unauthorized use.
2. Fasten the plastic clip onto your clothing securely to assure good holding power. Note:
The magnet has strong enough power to minimize accidental, unexpected stopping.
The clip should be attached securely to make certain it does not come off. Be familiar
with its function and limitations. The treadmill will stop, depending on speed, with a
one to two step coast anytime the magnet is pulled off the console. Use the Stop /
Pause switch in normal operation.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
!!ATTENTION: IMPORTANT UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS. PLEASE READ
BEFORE UNPACKING YOUR FOLDING TREADMILL!!
Serious injury could occur if this folding treadmill is not unpacked properly.
There is a Velcro strap installed around the treadmill base that prevents the treadmill
from unfolding accidentally during shipping. If this strap is not removed properly the
treadmill could spring open unexpectedly and cause injury if someone is standing near
the treadmill when the strap is removed.
To ensure your personal safety during removal of the shipping strap please make sure
the treadmill is positioned flat on the ground, in the orientation it would be in if you were
using the treadmill. Do not turn the treadmill up on its side while removing the shipping
strap. This could cause the treadmill’s folding mechanism to spring open. If the end of
the Velcro strap (that you need to grab to remove it) happens to be under the treadmill
deck, reach under the deck to grab it, but do not tilt the treadmill up to gain access to
the strap end.
Cut the banding straps with a short box cutter (razor knife); separate the carton from the
one underneath it by prying up on the staples (if applicable). Pull the carton over the
treadmill parts and locate the hardware pack. The hardware pack is separated into five
sections; one section containing tools and four sections labeled steps 1-4 which contain
the hardware needed for assembly of each step. The assembly steps below are
numbered one through four and correspond to the hardware in the numbered sections
of the hardware pack. Remove only the hardware for the step you are currently
assembling to avoid confusion and mix ups.
Then remove the treadmill from the carton and lay it on a level surface.
ASSEMBLY TOOLS
#107. Combination M5 Allen Wrench
& Phillips Head Screw Driver
#106. M6 Allen Wrench
#109. Phillips Head Screw Driver
#63. Safety Key
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#18. Deck/Belt Lubricant
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UPRIGHT TUBE ASSEMBLY
1. Slide the bottom console covers onto the console mast tubes (52 onto 5 Left side & 53 onto 4
Right side). Make sure they are oriented as shown in the illustration.
2. Connect computer cables (32 & 33) on the right side.
3. Insert console mast tubes (4 & 5) into the frame. Caution: Be careful not to pinch the cables you
just connected. Doing so could affect the console function. Pull the end of the cable tight as
you insert the right console mast tube.
4. Insert three Button Head Socket Bolts (102) and one Button Head Socket Bolt (103) and Split
Washer (108) on each side. Partially tighten these using the M6 Allen Wrench (106). Don’t
completely tighten these until the end of step 3.
HARDWARE
#102. 5/16” x 15mm
Button Head Socket
Bolt (6 pcs)
#108. 3/8” x 2T
Split Washer
(2 pcs)
#103. 3/8” x 2”
Button Head Socket
Bolt (2 pcs)
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CONSOLE ASSEMBLY
1. Connect the following cables together: Incline cables 35 to 39, Speed cables 34 to 38, and
Computer cables 33 to 31.
2. Place the console (37) onto the brackets at the top of the console mast tubes and attach with two
Button Head Bolts (104) and two Split Washers (108) on each side. Caution: Be careful not to
pinch any of the cables. Doing so may affect the console function. Firmly tighten with the
Combination M5 Allen Wrench & Phillips Head Screw Driver (107).
HARDWARE
#108. 3/8” x 2.0T
Split Washer (4 pcs)
#104. 3/8” x 1-3/4”
Button Head Socket
Bolt (4 pcs)
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BASE COVERS
1. Attach the bottom console covers (52 & 53) to the console with five Sheet Metal Screws (105)
on each side. Tighten with the Phillips Head Screw Driver (109) or Combination M5 Allen
Wrench & Phillips Head Screw Driver (107).
2. Attach the cross brace (3) to the console mast tubes (4 & 5) with two Button Head Socket Bolts
(102) on each side. Tighten with the M6 Allen Wrench (106).
3. Firmly tighten the eight Button Head Socket Bolts inserted in Step 1 with the M6 Allen Wrench
(106). Place the accessory holder tray (48) securely on top of the cross brace (3).
HARDWARE
#102. 5/16” x 15mm
Button Head Socket
Bolt (4 pcs)
#105. 3.5 x 12mm
Sheet Metal Screw
(10 pcs)
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PLASTIC PARTS ASSEMBLY
1. Place two M5 Speed Nut Clips (84) onto each side of the frame.
2. Attach the side covers (40 & 41) to the frame with one Self Tapping Screw (146) and three Self
Tapping Screws (147) on each side. Refer to the illustration for screw placement. Tighten with the
Phillips Head Screw Driver (109).
HARDWARE
#146. 5 x 16mm
Self Tapping Screw
(2 pcs)
#84. Speed Nut
Clips (4 pcs)
#147. 5 x 16mm
Sheet Metal Screw
(6 pcs)
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TRANSPORTATION INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully lift the treadmill at the rear roller area, grasping the two end caps, and
roll the treadmill away.
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FEATURES
HANDRAIL ADJUSTMENTS
The treadmill allows you to make speed and incline
changes on the side handrails. You can also choose to turn
these off if you frequently hold on to these rails. This is
achieved by pressing the disable button on the right side of
the lower portion of the console.
QUICK SPEED & INCLINE BUTTONS
You are able to set your speed and incline settings quickly by using the quick keys
on the console. Just press either Speed or Incline, then select either 1 or 2 digits
and the treadmill will automatically adjust to that value. This saves time because you
don’t have to press and hold or hold a button down until reaching the desired value.
The maximum value you may input for speed is 9.9 mph or kmph and incline 9.5%
Examples: Press the Quick Incline button, then 1, 0 = Incline Level 1.0
Press the Quick Incline button, then 3, 5 = Incline Level 3.5
Press the Quick Speed button, then 8, 0 = 8.0 mph or kmph
Press the Quick Speed button, then 0, 8 = 0.8 mph or kmph
CONSOLE
MUSCLE ACTIVATION FIGURE
There is an anatomical figure located at the top of the console. This figure will light
all areas that are activated when using the treadmill. These will light up during any of
the programs. You can control which muscles are activated by changing the incline and
swinging your arms. The pre-set programs will determine which lower body muscles
will be activated by automatically adjusting the incline. Generally the following
guidelines hold true:
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The upper body LED’s will light any time your hands aren’t in contact with the pulse grip sensors
The lower body lights will activate in three degrees of engagement: Green represents minimal
muscle involvement, Amber represents medium involvement, and Red represents full or heavy
activation.
• 0-4.5% Elevation: even muscle distribution, all four
muscle groups will be Amber
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5-15% Elevation: Quads are Amber and Glutes,
Hamstrings and Calves are Red
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The console will display Pace, Calories burned, Time (elapsed or
countdown), Distance travelled, Pulse, Speed, Incline, Program
Name, # of Laps completed, and Segment Time. There is also a
Speed & Incline profile graph that lets you see how hard you have
worked and how challenging the upcoming segments will be.
HEART RATE BAR GRAPH
The console LCD screen will display your current heart rate anytime
a pulse is detected. The Bar Graph, located to the right of the LCD
screen, will show your current heart rate % in relation to your
projected maximum heart rate, which is determined by your age that
you entered during the programming phase of any of the 12
programs. The significance of the bar graph colors are as follows:
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50-60% of maximum is Amber
65-80% of maximum is Amber and Green
85-95% or more is Amber, Green, and Red
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OPERATION OF YOUR CONSOLE
GETTING FAMILIAR WITH THE CONTROL PANEL
CONSOLE
GETTING STARTED
Power the treadmill on by plugging it into an appropriate wall outlet, then turn on the
power switch located at the front of the treadmill below the motor cover. Ensure that
the safety key is installed, as the treadmill will not power on without it.
When the power is turned on, all the lights on the display will light for a short time.
Then the Time and Distance windows will display Odometer readings for a short
time. The Time window will show how many hours the treadmill has been in use and
the Distance window will show how many miles (or Kilometers if the treadmill is set
to metric readings) the treadmill has gone. Then a message is the message center
will show the current software version. The treadmill will then enter idle mode, which
is the starting point for operation.
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QUICK-START/MANUAL OPERATION
STEP 1: Press and release the Start key to wake display up (if not already on).
Note: Installing the tether key will also wake up the console.
STEP 2: Press and release the Start key to begin belt movement, at .5 mph (1 kmph), then
adjust to the desired speed using the + / – or Fast/Slow keys (console or hand rail). You may
also use the quick speed key, then 0 through 9 to adjust the speed.
STEP 3: To slow the tread-belt press and hold the “ – “ key (console or hand rail) to the
desired speed. You may also press the quick speed adjust keys, 0 through 9.
STEP 4: To adjust the Incline level, pressed and hold the Incline + / – or Up/Down keys; you
may also adjust to the desired incline by pressing the Quick Incline key and then 0 through
9.
STEP 5: To stop the tread-belt press and release the Stop key.
PAUSE/STOP/RESET FEATURE
STEP 1: When the treadmill is running the pause feature may be utilized by pressing the
red Stop key once. This will slowly decelerate the tread-belt to a stop. The incline will go to
zero percent. The Time, Distance and Calorie readings will hold while the unit is in the
pause mode. After 10 minutes the display will reset and return to the start up screen.
STEP 2: To resume your exercise, when in Pause mode, press the Start key. The speed
and incline will return to their previous settings.
Pause is executed when the Stop button is pressed once. If the Stop key is pressed a
second time, the program will end and a workout summary will be displayed. If the Stop
button is pressed a third time, the console will return to the idle mode (start up) screen.
If the Stop button is held down for more than 3 seconds the console will reset.
INCLINE FEATURE
Incline may be adjusted anytime after belt movement.
Press and hold the Up/Down keys (console or hand rail) to achieve desired level of
effort. You may also choose a more rapid increase / decrease by selecting the Quick
Incline key, then 0 through 9, on the left hand side of console.
The display will indicate incline percent in increments of .5 as adjustments are made.
The incline will return to zero unless the main power switch or safety key are turned off
while incline is at a higher setting.
DOT MATRIX CENTER DISPLAY (Manual Operation)
Twenty columns of boxes (10 high) indicate each segment of a workout. The boxes only
show an approximate level (speed/incline) of effort. They do not necessarily indicate a
specific value - only an approximate percent to compare levels of intensity. In Manual
Operation the Speed / Incline dot matrix window will build a profile “picture” as values are
changed during a workout.
The speed and incline profiles will display half of the program at one time (10 columns).
They will both scroll right to left. The Lap track will move in a counterclockwise direction.
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1/4 MILE (0.4 KM) TRACK
The 1/4-mile or 0.4 km track (one lap) will be displayed around the dot matrix window.
The flashing segment indicates your progress. Once the 1/4-mile (Metric - 0.4k) is
complete this feature will begin again. There is a lap counter in the message window
for monitoring your distance.
PULSE GRIP FEATURE
The Pulse (Heart Rate) console window will display your current heart rate in beats per
minute during the workout. You must use both stainless steel sensors on the front
cross bar or the heart rate transmitter chest strap to display your pulse. Pulse value
displays anytime the upper display is receiving a Pulse signal. You may not use the
Grip Pulse feature while in Heart Rate Programs.
Note: Refer to Important Safety Instructions (page 2) concerning Pulse Grip operation.
CALORIE DISPLAY
Displays the cumulative calories burned at any given time during your workout.
Note: This is only a rough guide used for comparison of different exercise sessions,
which cannot be used for medical purposes.
SPEAKERS(OPTIONAL)
The console has built-in Speakers. You may plug an Audio Source (CD player, MP3,
Computer, etc.) into the Jack on the right side of console. There is no volume control
on the console. The volume must be controlled on the Audio Source.
HANDRAIL BUTTONS DISABLE SWITCH
To the right of the Stop button there is a Handrail control switch and an indicator light
next to it when the indicator light is lit, the handrail switches are disabled. This allows
you to use the full length of the handrails without fear of activating the speed or
elevation controls.
TO TURN TREADMILL OFF
1. Display will automatically turn off (go to sleep) after 20 minutes (no key operations).
The treadmill will draw very little current in sleep mode (about as much as your
television when it is turned off).
2. Remove the tether cord.
3. Turn off the main switch on the front of the treadmill, below the motor cover.
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PROGRAMMABLE FEATURES
The treadmill offers nine factory preset-programs, two user defined programs and one
Manual program. Each preset program has a maximum speed level that is displayed when a
desired workout is chosen. The maximum speed that the particular program will achieve will
be displayed in the Speed window. Also included are two user programs (User 1 and User 2)
for custom workouts.
SELECT A PROGRAM
STEP 1: Press the desired Program (Hill, Fat Burn, Cardio,
Strength, or Interval) key to select the program. The display will
prompt you through the programming or you can just press Start to
begin the program with default values.
STEP 2: If Enter was pressed, the Message Center will now be
blinking a value, indicating your Age (default is 35). Entering your
correct age affects the heart rate Bar Graph Display and the Heart
Rate programs. Use the + or - keys to adjust, then press Enter. Your
age determines your recommended maximum heart rate. Since the
Bar Graph Display and the Heart Rate features are based on a
percentage of your maximum heart rate, it is important to enter the
correct age for these features to work properly.
STEP 3: The Message Center will now be blinking a value, indicating
your Body Weight (default is 70#). Entering the correct body weight
will affect the calorie count. Use the speed + or - keys to adjust, then
press Enter. A note about the Calorie display: No exercise machine
can give you an exact calorie count because there are too many
factors which determine exact calorie burn for a particular person.
Even if someone is the exact same body weight, age and height, their
calorie burn may be very different than yours. The Calorie display is
to be used as a reference only to monitor improvement from workout
to workout.
STEP 4: The Message Center will be blinking a value, indicating
Time (the default value is 30 minutes). You may use the speed + or keys to adjust the time. After adjusting, or to accept the default, press
Enter. (Note: You may press start at any time during the
programming to start the program).
STEP 5: The Message Center will now be blinking the preset top
speed of the selected program (3 mph or 3 kmph). Use the Speed +
or - keys to adjust, then press Enter. Each program has various speed
changes throughout; this allows you to limit the highest speed the
program can reach.
You are now done programming data and may press Start to begin your workout or Enter to
go back one level to change data entered in the programming phase.
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USER PROGRAMS
STEP 1: Press the User 1-2 key once for User 1 or twice for User 2
then press Enter. Note that the dot matrix display portion will have a
single row of segments at the bottom (Unless there is a previously
stored program).
STEP 2: The customer can to set the user name on this step and
fallow the directions in the message center.
STEP 3: The Message Center will now be blinking an Age value.
Adjust the age and press Enter.
STEP 4: The Message Center will now be blinking a bodyweight
value. Enter your bodyweight and press Enter.
STEP 5: Note the clock/ Message Center is flashing. Use the Adjust
+ or - keys to adjust up from 30 minutes (if desired). Press the Enter
key. This is a must to continue even if time is not adjusted.
STEP 6: The Message Center will now be blinking the preset top
speed (3 mph or 3 kmph) of the selected program. Use the Speed + or - keys to adjust,
then press Enter. Each program has various speed changes throughout; this allows you
to limit the highest speed the program can reach.
STEP 7: The first column (segment) will now be blinking. Using the +
or - keys, adjust the speed level to your desired effort for the first
segment then press enter. The second column will now be blinking.
Repeat the above process until all 20 segments have been
programmed. The first column will be blinking again. This is for the
incline programming. Repeat the above process to program all 20
segments for incline.
STEP 8: Press the Start button to begin the workout and also save the program to memory
or press Enter to go back one step to reprogram.
CALORIE PROGRAM
STEP 1: Press the Calorie key to select this program. The display will prompt you through
the programming.
STEP 2: The Message Center will now be blinking a value, indicating your Age(default is
35). Entering your correct age affects the heart rate Bar Graph Display and the Heart Rate
programs. Use the + or - keys to adjust, then press Enter. Your age determines your
recommended maximum heart rate. Since the Bar Graph Display and the Heart Rate
features are based on a percentage of your maximum heart rate, it is important to enter
the correct age for these features to work properly.
STEP 3: The Message Center will now be blinking a value, indicating your Body Weight
(default is 70#). Entering the correct body weight will affect the calorie count. Use the + or keys to adjust, then press Enter.
A note about the Calorie display: No exercise machine can give you an exact calorie
count because there are too many factors which determine exact calorie burn for a
particular person. Even if someone is the exact same body weight, age and height, their
calorie burn may be very different than yours. The Calorie display is to be used as a
reference only to monitor improvement from workout to workout.
STEP 4: The Message Center displays “Use the speed + or – keys to adjust Calorie
burn” (default is 300) after adjusting, press Enter.
STEP 5: The Message Center will now be blinking the preset top speed of the selected
program(3 mph or 3 kmph). Use the + or - keys to adjust, then press Enter. Each program
has various speed changes throughout; this allows you to limit the highest speed the
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program can reach.
STEP 6: The Message Center will be blinking the preset top incline of the selected
program (1.0%). Use the speed + or – keys to adjust, then press Enter.
STEP 7: The Message Center displays the Program Time (a value that that was
determined by the data you entered in steps 2-6); Press Start to accept the calculated
Time or Enter to return to steps
3-6 and change the data, which will recalculate the Program Time.
•When the Start key is pressed, the program begins with a 3:00 warm up (1:00 @
1mph/kmph, 1:00 @ 2mph/kmph, and 1:00 @ 3mph/kmph) or you have the option of
pressing the Start again to bypass and begin the workout.
•When the program begins both the Calorie and Time windows will count down to 0. If
the Time expires before calories burned reaches 0, the Time window will begin
accumulated time, until Calories reach 0.
•After the program has ended, there will be a 3:00 cool down (1:00 @ 3mph/kmph, 1:00
@ 2mph/kmph, and 1:00 @ 1mph/kmph)or you have the option of pressing the Stop key
to end the workout.
FUSION PROGRAM
STEP 1: Press the Fusion key. The display will prompt you through the programming.
STEP 2: The Message Center will now be blinking a value, indicating your Age (default is 35).
Entering your correct age affects the heart rate Bar Graph Display and the Heart Rate
programs. Use the speed + or - keys to adjust, then press Enter. Your age determines your
recommended maximum heart rate. Since the Bar Graph Display and the Heart Rate features
are based on a percentage of your maximum heart rate, it is important to enter the correct
age for these features to work properly.
STEP 3: The Message Center will now be blinking a value, indicating your Body Weight
(default is 70#). Entering the correct body weight will affect the calorie count. Use the + or keys to adjust, then press Enter.
A note about the Calorie display: No exercise machine can give you an exact calorie count
because there are too many factors which determine exact calorie burn for a particular
person. Even if someone is the exact same body weight, age and height, their calorie burn
may be very different than yours. The Calorie display is to be used as a reference only to
monitor improvement from workout to workout. The calorie count displayed in this program
won’t be accurate because the machine can’t calculate calories expended while strength
training
STEP 4: The Message Center will now be blinking the preset top speed of the selected
program (3 mph or 3 kmph). Use the speed + or - keys to adjust, then press Enter. Each
program has various speed changes throughout; this allows you to limit the highest speed the
program can reach.
STEP 5: The Message Center will be blinking the preset top incline of the selected program
(1.0%). Use the speed + or – keys to adjust, then press Enter.
STEP 6: The Message Center will be blinking the # of intervals desired (default is 10; you
may select 10, 20, or 30). Use the speed + or – keys to adjust, then press Enter.
STEP 7: The Message Center will be blinking the desired Interval time (default is 1:00). The
time you select will be the duration of both the cardio & strength intervals. Note: on average
you will complete 15-20 repetitions of the strength exercise in a 0:30 interval. As a general
rule, the longer the interval, the less weight (dumbbells) and speed (treadmill) required; use
the + or - keys to adjust, then press Enter.
STEP 8: The Message Center will be blinking the desired recovery time the default setting is
0:30 you desire after completing both the cardio & strength intervals. Use the + or - keys to
adjust, then press Enter
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Program Example:
• The user selects 10 intervals (5 cardio and 5 strength) with the following interval
durations – length of each cardio & strength interval is 0:30, recovery interval is 1:00
• Program begins with a 3:00 warm up (1:00 @ 1mph/kmph, 1:00 @ 2mph/kmph, and 1:00
@ 3mph/kmph)
• 1st cardio interval begins, lasting 0:30; console counts down to 0:00 and the Message
Center displays “STRENGTH INTERVAL 1 BEGIN DUMBBELL ROW”
• User steps off of the treadmill to perform the strength exercise. The console counts down
to 0:00 and beeps 3x signaling the user to get back on the treadmill.
• Console displays “PRESS START TO BEGIN RECOVERY”; user walks @ 2mph/kmph for
1:00
• Console then displays 2nd cardio interval and the process proceeds until the user has
performed 5 cardio, strength, and recovery intervals; the 5 strength exercises will be
performed sequentially as listed in this manual.
• The last 2:00 are a Cool Down phase with the user walking on the treadmill @ 2
mph/kmph
If 20 intervals was selected, you would perform each strength exercise twice, before moving
on to the next exercise. If 30 intervals is selected, you will perform each exercise once, then
repeat the sequence of all 5 exercises a 2nd & 3rd time.
Caution:
Exercises that require dumbbell use - Select a pair of dumbbells that you will be able to safely and effectively
maneuver over the strength interval time you have chosen.
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DUMBBELL BENT OVER ROW
EMPHASIS: MID/UPPER BACK & FRONT OF ARMS
1. Grasp the dumbbells with an overhand grip and
arms fully extended in front of thighs; feet are
spaced shoulder width apart
2. Maintain a slightly arched lower back throughout
the exercise (see side view)
3. Begin the exercise by drawing your elbows up and
out until there is a 90˚ bend in your elbows
4. Slowly lower the dumbbells back to the start
position
5. Repeat this sequence for the duration of the
strength interval
PUSH UP
EMPHASIS: CHEST, SHOULDERS, & BACK OF ARMS
There are two variations of this exercise. If
you aren’t able to perform the exercise as
shown in this illustration, place your knees on
the floor,
a padded mat, or a pillow. Also, a wider hand
position places more emphasis on the chest
and shoulder muscles, while a narrower hand
position places more emphasis on the Tricep
muscles (back of the arm)
1. Place your hands on the floor or a set of
dumbbells (Caution: be aware that the
dumbbells may roll and result in injury,
especially if the ends are round); draw your
stomach muscles towards your spine to
maintain a straight line between your ankles
and shoulders
2. Begin with your elbows bent at 90˚
3. Fully straighten your arms
4. Repeat this sequence for the duration of
the strength interval.
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DUMBBELL SHOULDER PRESS
EMPHASIS: SHOULDERS
1. Hold the dumbbells at shoulder height with an overhand
(palms facing forward) or neutral
(palms facing one another) grip
2. Press the dumbbells straight overhead until your arms are
fully extended
3. Slowly lower to the start position
4. Repeat this sequence for the duration of the strength
interval
DUMBBELL TRICEP OVERHEAD EXTENSION
EMPHASIS: BACK OF ARMS
1. Hold the dumbbells at shoulder height behind your head
with a neutral grip (palms facing one another); your
elbows should be pointed straight ahead
2. Raise the dumbbells overhead until your arms are fully
extended; your upper arms should remain stationary,
pivoting at the elbows
3. Slowly lower to the start position
4. Repeat this sequence for the duration of the strength
interval
DUMBBELL BICEP CURL
EMPHASIS: FRONT OF ARMS
1. Hold the dumbbells with an underhand grip (palms facing
forward) beside your thighs
2. Tuck your upper arms into your ribcage
3. Curl the dumbbells to shoulder height by pivoting at your
elbows
4. Slowly lower to the start position
5. Repeat this sequence for the duration of the strength
interval
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PRESET PROGRAMS
The treadmill has eight different programs that have been designed for a variety of workouts. Seven
of these programs have factory preset Speed and Incline level profiles for achieving different goals.
Hill
Resistance: This program follows a triangle or pyramid type of gradual progression from approximately 10% of
maximum effort (the level that you chose before starting this program) up to a maximum effort which lasts for
10% of the total workout time, then a gradual regression of resistance back to approximately 10% of maximum
effort.
Incline: The deck elevation is a more gradual and sustained progression. Maximum elevation is in the middle of
the workout and lasts for 10% of the duration.
SPEED
INCLINE
Fat Burn
Resistance: This program follows a quick progression up to the maximum speed level (default or user input
level) that is sustained for 2/3 of the workout. This program will challenge your ability to sustain your energy
output for an extended period of time.
Incline: The deck elevation is a quick and sustained progression up to the maximum value (default or user input)
for 90% of the workout duration.
SPEED
INCLINE
Cardio
Resistance: This program presents a quick progression up to near maximum speed level (default or user input
level). It has slight fluctuations up and down to allow your heart rate to elevate, and then recover repeatedly,
before beginning a quick cool down. This will build up your heart muscle and increase blood flow and lung
capacity.
Incline: The elevation in this program is moderate. There are several elevation spikes at different points of the
workout. Segments 4, 9, and 14 are maximum elevation for this program.
SPEED
INCLINE
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Strength
Resistance: This program has a gradual progression of speed up to 100% of maximum effort that is sustained for
25% of workout duration. This will help build strength and muscular endurance in the lower body and gluts. A brief
cool down follows.
Incline: There is a quick climb to a moderate, sustained elevation that lasts the majority of the workout length.
SPEED
INCLINE
Interval
Resistance: This program takes you through high levels of intensity followed by recovery periods of low intensity.
This program utilizes and develops your “Fast Twitch” muscle fibers which are used when performing tasks that are
intense and short in duration. These deplete your oxygen level and spike your heart rate, followed by periods of
recovery and heart rate drop to replenish oxygen. Your cardiovascular system gets programmed to use oxygen
more efficiently.
Incline: This program will spike similar to the speed profile, but in different segments (columns); this means that all
of your lower extremity muscles will be equally challenged throughout this program. The incline alternates
between 25 & 65 % of maximum elevation.
SPEED
INCLINE
Calories
Resistance: This program follows a quick progression up to the maximum speed level (default or user input level)
that is sustained for 2/3 of the workout. This program will challenge your ability to sustain your energy output for an
extended period of time.
Incline: The treadmill elevation is a quick and sustained progression up to the maximum value (default or user
input) for 90% of the workout duration.
SPEED
INCLINE
Fusion (Speed/Incline profile graphs are similar to the Interval Program)
Resistance: This program takes you through high levels of cardio & strength intensity followed by recovery periods
of low intensity. This program utilizes and develops your “Fast Twitch” muscle fibers which are used when
performing tasks that are intense and short in duration. These deplete your oxygen level and spike your heart rate,
followed by periods of recovery and heart rate drop to replenish oxygen. Your cardiovascular system gets
programmed to use oxygen more efficiently.
Incline: This program will spike similar to the speed profile, but in different segments (columns); this means that all
of your lower extremity muscles will be equally challenged throughout this program. The incline alternates between
25 & 65 % of maximum elevation.
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HEART RATE PROGRAMS
The old motto, “no pain, no gain”, is a myth that has been overpowered by the benefits of exercising
comfortably. A great deal of this success has been promoted by the use of heart rate monitors. With
the proper use of a heart rate monitor, many people find that their usual choice of exercise intensity
was either too high or too low and exercise is much more enjoyable by maintaining their heart rate in
the desired benefit range.
To determine the benefit range in which you wish to train, you must first determine your Maximum
Heart Rate. This can be accomplished by using the following formula: 220 minus your age. This will
give you the Maximum Heart Rate (MHR) for someone of your age. To determine the effective heart
rate range for specific goals you simply calculate a percentage of your MHR. Your Heart rate training
zone is 50% to 90% of your maximum heart rate. 60% of your MHR is the zone that burns fat while
80% is for strengthening the cardio vascular system. This 60% to 80% is the zone to stay in for
maximum benefit.
For someone who is 40 years old their
target heart rate zone is calculated:
220 – 40 = 180 (maximum heart rate)
180 x .6 = 108 beats per minute
(60% of maximum)
180 X .8 = 144 beats per minute
(80% of maximum)
So for a 40 year old the training zone would be
108 to 144 beats per minute.
If you enter your age during programming the
console will perform this calculation automatically.
Entering your age is used for the Heart Rate
programs. After calculating your MHR you can
decide upon which goal you would like to
pursue.
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The two most popular reasons for, or goals, of exercise are cardiovascular fitness (training for the
heart and lungs) and weight control. The black columns on the chart above represent the MHR for a
person whose age is listed at the bottom of each column. The training heart rate, for either
cardiovascular fitness or weight loss, is represented by two different lines that cut diagonally through
the chart. A definition of the lines’ goal is in the bottom left-hand corner of the chart. If your goal is
cardiovascular fitness or if it is weight loss, it can be achieved by training at 80% or 60% respectively,
of your MHR on a schedule approved by your physician. Consult your physician before participating
in any exercise program.
With all Heart Rate program treadmills you may use the heart rate monitor feature without using the
Heart Rate program. This function can be used during manual mode or during any of the nine
different programs. The Heart Rate program automatically controls incline.
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RATE OF PERCEIVED EXERTION
Heart rate is important but listening to your body also has a lot of advantages. There are more
variables involved in how hard you should workout than just heart rate. Your stress level,
physical health, emotional health, temperature, humidity, the time of day, the last time you ate
and what you ate, all contribute to the intensity at which you should workout. If you listen to
your body, it will tell you all of these things.
The rate of perceived exertion (RPE), also know as the Borg scale, was developed by
Swedish physiologist G.A.V. Borg. This scale rates exercise intensity from 6 to 20
depending upon how you feel or the perception of your effort.
The scale is as follows:
Rating Perception of Effort
6 Minimal
7 Very, very light
8 Very, very light +
9 Very light
10 Very light +
11 Fairly light
12 Comfortable
13 Somewhat hard
14 Somewhat hard +
15 Hard
16 Hard +
17 Very hard
18 Very hard +
19 Very, very hard
20 Maximal
You can get an approximate heart rate level for each rating by simply adding a zero to each
rating. For example a rating of 12 will result in an approximate heart rate of 120 beats per
minute. Your RPE will vary depending up the factors discussed earlier. That is the major benefit
of this type of training. If your body is strong and rested, you will feel strong and your pace will
feel easier. When your body is in this condition, you are able to train harder and the RPE will
support this. If you are feeling tired and sluggish, it is because your body needs a break. In this
condition, your pace will feel harder. Again, this will show up in your RPE and you will train at
the proper level for that day.
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USING HEART RATE TRANSMITTER (OPTIONAL)
How to wear your wireless chest strap transmitter:
1. Attach the transmitter to the elastic strap using the locking parts.
2. Adjust the strap as tightly as possible as long as the strap is not too tight to
remain comfortable.
3. Position the transmitter with the logo centered in the middle of your torso
facing away from your chest (some people must position the transmitter
slightly left of center). Attach the final end of the elastic strap by inserting
the round end and, using the locking parts, secure the transmitter and strap
around your chest.
4. Position the transmitter directly below the pectoral muscles.
5. Sweat is the best conductor to measure very minute heart beat electrical signals.
However, plain water can also be used to pre-wet the electrodes (2 ribbed oval areas on the reverse
side of the belt and both sides of the transmitter). It’s also recommended that you wear the transmitter
strap a few minutes before your work out. Some users, because of body chemistry, have a more difficult
time in achieving a strong, steady signal at the beginning. After “warming up”, this problem lessens. As
noted, wearing clothing over the transmitter/strap doesn’t affect performance.
6. Your workout must be within range - distance between transmitter/receiver – to achieve a strong steady
signal. The length of range may vary somewhat but generally stay close enough to the console to
maintain good, strong, reliable readings. Wearing the transmitter directly on bare skin assures you of
proper operation. If you wish, you may wear the transmitter over a shirt. To do so, wet the areas of the
shirt that the electrodes will rest upon.
Note: The transmitter is automatically activated when it detects activity from the user’s heart. Additionally, it
automatically deactivates when it does not receive any activity. Although the transmitter is water resistant,
moisture can have the effect of creating false signals, so you should take precautions to completely dry the
transmitter after use to prolong battery life (estimated transmitter battery life is 2500 hours). The replacement
battery is Panasonic CR2032.
ERRATIC OPERATION
Caution! Do not use this treadmill for Heart Rate programs unless a steady, solid Actual
Heart Rate value is being displayed. High, wild, random numbers being displayed
indicate a problem.
Areas to look for interference which may cause erratic heart rate:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Treadmill not properly grounded - Proper grounding is a must!
Microwave ovens, TV’s, small appliances, etc.
Fluorescent lights.
Some household security systems.
Perimeter fence for a pet.
Some people have problems with the transmitter picking up a signal from their skin. If you have
problems try wearing the transmitter upside down. Normally the transmitter will be oriented so the
logo is right side up.
7. The antenna that picks up your heart rate is very sensitive. If there is an outside noise source,
turning the whole machine 90 degrees may de-tune the interference.
8. Another Individual wearing a transmitter within 3’ of your machine’s console.
If you continue to experience problems contact your dealer.
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HEART RATE PROGRAM OPERATION
Note: You must wear the heart rate transmitter strap for these programs
Both programs operate the same, the only difference is that HR1 is set to 60% and HR2
is set to 80% of the maximum heart rate. They both are programmed the same way. To
start a HR program follow the instructions below or just select the HR1 or HR2 program,
then the Enter button and follow the directions in the Message Center.
After selecting your heart rate target, the program will attempt to keep you at or within
3 - 5 heart beats per minute of this value. Follow the prompts in the Message Center to
maintain your selected heart rate value.
1. Press the HR 1-2 key once (60% of max heart rate default) or twice
(80% of max heart rate default) key, then press the Enter key.
2. The Message Center will ask you to enter your Age. You may enter
your age, using the Speed + or - keys, then press the Enter key to
accept the new value and proceed on to the next screen.
3. You are now asked to enter your Weight. You may adjust the weight
value using the Speed + or - keys, then press Enter to continue.
4. Next is Time. You may adjust the time using the Speed + or – keys and press Enter to
continue.
5. Now you are asked to adjust the Heart Rate Target. This is the heart rate level you will
strive to maintain during the program. Adjust the level using the Speed + or - keys,
then press Enter. Note: The heart rate that appears is based on the % you accepted in Step 1. If you
change this number it will either increase or decrease the % from Step 1.
6. Now you are finished editing the settings and can begin your workout by pressing the
Start key. You can also go back and modify your settings by pressing the Stop key.
7. If you want to increase or decrease the workload at any time during the program press
the Speed + or - key on the console or right handlebar. This will allow you to change
your target heart rate at any time during the program.
8. During the HR 1 or HR 2 programs you will be able to scroll through the data in the
Message Center by pressing the Enter key.
9. When the program ends you may press Start to begin the same program again Stop to
exit the program or you can save the program you just completed as a custom user
program by pressing a User key and following the instructions in the Message Center.
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE
BELT/DECK
Your treadmill uses a very high-efficient low-friction deck. Performance is maximized
when the deck is kept as clean as possible. Use a soft, damp cloth, or paper towel,
wipe the edge of the belt and the area between the belt edge and the frame. Also reach
as far as practical directly under the belt edge. This should be done once a month to
extend belt and deck life. A mild soap and water solution along with a nylon scrub
brush will clean the top of the textured belt. Allow to dry before using.
BELT/DECK
This occurs during normal break-in or until the belt stabilizes. Sometimes the black
dust from the belt will appear on the floor behind the treadmill, this is normal.
GENERAL CLEANING
Dirt, dust, and pet hair can block air inlets and accumulate on the running belt. Please
vacuum underneath your treadmill on a monthly basis to prevent excess build-up of dirt
that can get sucked up and get into the inner workings under the motor cover. Once a
year, you should remove the black motor hood and vacuum out dirt that may
accumulate. UNPLUG POWER CORD BEFORE THIS TASK.
BELT ADJUSTMENTS
Tread-belt Tension Adjustment - Belt tension is not critical for most users. It is very
important though for joggers and runners in order to provide a smooth, steady running
surface. Adjustment must be made from the rear roller with the 6 mm Allen wrench
provided in the parts package. The adjustment bolts are located at the end of the step
rails as shown in the diagram below.
Tighten the rear roller only enough to prevent
slippage at the front roller. Turn the tread-belt
tension adjusting bolts 1/4 turn each and
inspect for proper tension by walking on the
belt and making sure it is not slipping or
hesitating with each step. When an adjustment
is made to the belt tension, you must be sure to turn the bolts on both sides evenly or
the belt could start tracking to one side instead of running in the middle of the deck.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN – Over tightening will cause belt damage and premature
bearing failure. If you tighten the belt a lot and it still slips, the problem could actually be
the drive belt - located under the motor cover - that connects the motor to the front roller.
If that belt is loose it feels similar to the walking belt being loose. Tightening the motor
belt should be done by a trained service person.
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TREADBELT TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
The treadmill is designed so that the tread-belt remains reasonably centered while in use.
It is normal for some belts to drift near one side while in use, depending on a user’s gait
and if they favor one leg. But if during use the belt continues to move toward one side,
adjustments are necessary.
SETTING TREAD-BELT TRACKING
A 6 mm Allen wrench is provided for this
adjustment. Make tracking adjustments on the
left side bolt. Set belt speed at 3 mph ( 5 kmph).
Be aware that a small adjustment can make a
dramatic difference which may not be apparent
right away. If the belt is too close to the left
side, then turn the bolt only a 1/4 turn to the
right (clockwise) and wait a few minutes for the
belt to adjust itself.
Continue to make 1/4 turns until the belt stabilizes
in the center of the running deck. If the belt is too close to the right side, turn the bolt
counter-clockwise. The belt may require periodic tracking adjustment depending on use and
walking/running characteristics. Some users may affect tracking differently. Expect to make
adjustments as required to center the tread-belt. Adjustments will become less of a
maintenance concern as the belt is used. Proper belt tracking is an owner responsibility
common with all treadmills.
ATTENTION:
DAMAGE TO THE RUNNING BELT RESULTING FROM IMPROPER TRACKING /
TENSION ADJUSTMENTS IS NOT COVERED UNDER THE WARRANTY.
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BELT/DECK LUBRICATION PROCEDURE
Do not lubricate with other than approved lubricant. Your
treadmill comes with one tube of lubricant and extra tubes can
be ordered directly from your authorized dealer. There are
commercially available lube kits, but the only one currently
approved is Lube-N-Walk.
These kits come with an application wand that makes applying
the lubrication easier. The kits can be purchased directly from
Lube-N-Walk here: http://www.jadfitness.com/. The proper kit
should be silicon based, NOT paraffin wax.
Keeping the deck lubricated at the recommended intervals ensures the longest life possible
for your treadmill. If the lubricant dries out, the friction between the belt and deck rises and
places undue stress on the drive motor, drive belt and electronic motor control board, which
could result in catastrophic failure of these expensive components. Failure to lubricate the
deck at regular intervals may void the warranty. The belt & deck come pre-lubricated and
subsequent lubrication should be performed every 180 hours of use. The console has a built
in lubrication reminder indicator that lights every 180 hours of use.
Use the Lubricant to lubricate the deck beneath the belt. If you can reach under the belt
approximately 6” on each side, use the following procedure: Unplug the electrical cord. At the
middle of the deck, lift up on the belt and reach under with the tube of lubricant. Squirt most of
the lubricant on the deck surface. Repeat the process on the opposite side. Plug the electrical
cord back into the outlet and walk on the belt at a moderate speed for five minutes.
If unable to perform the above procedure, it will be necessary to loosen the walking belt. Using
the 6 mm Allen wrench supplied, loosen the two rear roller adjustment bolts -- located in the
rear end caps – enough to get your hand under the belt (5 –10 turns). Make sure to loosen
both bolts the same amount of turns and also remember how many turns, because when
finished you will need to tighten the bolts back to the point they were before.
Once the belt is loose, wipe the deck with a clean lint free cloth to remove any dirt. Apply the
whole tube of lubricant onto the deck surface about 45 cm (18 inches) from the motor cover.
Squeeze out the contents of the tube across the deck (parallel to the motor cover) in about a
one-foot line, like toothpaste on a toothbrush. The one-foot line should be in the middle of the
deck at approximately equal distance from both side edges of the belt. You want the lubricant to
be applied about the spot that your feet would hit the belt as you are walking. This should be
about 18 inches from the motor cover, but you may want to walk on the treadmill before
loosening the belt to note where your feet land on the belt. If you mostly use the treadmill for
running, the spot where your feet land may be different from walking. Once the lubricant is
applied, tighten the rear roller bolts the same amount of turns as when you loosened them. Run
the treadmill at about 5 kmph (3 mph) without walking on it for about a minute or two to make
sure the belt stays in the middle of the deck. If the belt tracks to one side then follow the belt
tracking instructions to remedy. Now the deck is lubricated and you should walk, not run, on the
treadmill immediately for at least 5 minutes to ensure the lubricant is evenly distributed. If you
purchase a silicone based Lube-N-Walk kit, follow the instructions that come with it to apply the
lubrication.
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SERVICE CHECKLIST - DIAGNOSIS GUIDE
Before contacting your dealer for aid, please review the following information. It may
save you both time and expense. This list includes common problems that may not be
covered under the treadmill’s warranty.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION/CAUSE
1. Tether cord not in position.
2. Circuit breaker on front grill tripped.
Push circuit breaker in until it locks.
3. Plug is disconnected. Make sure plug is firmly
pushed into AC household wall outlet.
4. Household circuit breaker may be tripped.
5. Treadmill defect. Contact your dealer.
Displaydoes not light
The user may be walking while favoring or putting
more weight on either the left or right foot. If this
walking pattern is natural, track the belt slightly
off-center to the side opposite from the belt
movement. See General Maintenance section on
Tread-belt Tension. Adjust as necessary.
Tread-belt does not stay centered
Treadmill belt hesitates when
walked/run on
1. If the belt moves, but stops after a short time and
the display shows “LS”, run calibration.
2. If you press start and the belt never moves,
then the display shows LS, contact service.
Motor is not responsive after
pressing start
Treadmill will only achieve
approximately 12 kmph (7 mph)
but shows higher speed on
display
This indicates motor should be receiving power to
operate. Low AC voltage to treadmill. Do not use an
extension cord. If an extension cord is required it
should be as short as possible and heavy duty
16 gauge minimum. Low household voltage. Contact an
electrician or your dealer. A minimum of 230 volt AC
current is required.
Tread-belt stops quickly/suddenly
when tether cord is pulled
High belt/deck friction. See General Maintenance
section on lubrication.
Treadmill trips on board 15 amp circuit
High belt/deck friction. See General Maintenance
Computer shuts off when console is
touched (on a cold day) while
walking/running
Treadmill may not be grounded. Static electricity is
“crashing” the computer. Refer to Grounding
Instructions on page 3.
House circuit breaker trips, but not
the treadmill circuit breaker
Need to replace the house breaker with a “High In- rush
current” type breaker (see page 3 for details)
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CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
1. Remove the safety key
2. Press and hold down the Start and Fast + buttons and replace the safety key.
Continue to hold the Start and Fast key until the window displays “Factory settings press
enter”, then press the Enter key.
3. You will now be able to set the display to show Metric or English settings (Miles vs. Kilometers).
To do this, press the up or down key to show which you want, then press Enter.
4. Make sure the wheel size diameter is 3.01 then press Enter
5. Adjust the minimum speed (if needed) to 0.5 mph /1.0 kmph and then press Enter
6. Adjust the maximum speed (if needed) to 12.0 mph / 18.0 kmph and then press Enter
7. Adjust the maximum elevation (if needed) to 15 and then press Enter
8. Grade return – On (This allows the incline to return to zero when Stop is pressed on training)
9. Press Start to begin calibration. The process is automatic; the speed will start up
without warning, so do not stand on the belt.
ADJUSTING THE SPEED SENSOR
If the calibration does not pass you may need to check the speed sensor alignment.
1. Remove the motor cover hood by loosening the 4 screws that hold it in
place (you do not need to remove them completely).
2. The speed sensor is located on the left side of the frame, right next to the
front roller pulley (the pulley will have a belt around it that also goes to the
motor). The speed sensor is small and black with a wire connected to it.
3. Make sure the sensor is as close as possible to the pulley without
touching it. You will see a magnet on the face of the pulley; make sure
the sensor is aligned with the magnet. There is a screw that holds the
sensor in place that needs to be loosened to adjust the sensor.
Re-tighten the screw when finished.
MAINTENANCE MENU
1. Press and hold the Start, Stop and Enter key at the same time, until the display shows “Engineering
mode” (it may say maintenance menu, depending on version). Press the Enter key.
2. You can now scroll through the menu using the + and - keys. Use the Stop key to return to previous
menu selection. The menu selections are:
A. Key Test - Tests that each key is functioning properly
B. Display test - Test the LCD display segments are all lighting properly
C. Functions
I. Sleep Mode - Allows you to turn off the sleep mode. Console will stay on all the time unless
power is turned off.
II. Pause Mode - When the console is paused during a program this will allow you to keep the
console paused indefinitely instead of 5 minutes.
III. Odometer reset- Allows you to reset the odometer
IV. Unit Metric- When enter is pressed allows you to change the settings for data to metric.
V. Motor Test - For service personnel only when troubleshooting motor problems.
VI. Beep - Allows you to disable the speaker so there is no beeping.
VII. Grade return - When in Pause mode the incline will return to zero automatically.
D. Security- Allows you to lock the keypad so the treadmill cannot be used. Press Enter to change
setting (also called child lock).
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144
37-31
37-3
145
37-27
37-1
37-5
139
37-22
37-31
37-2
89
37-22
37-24
34
89
35
89
37-16
53
89
37-31
135
142
89
89
141
37-18 80
140
37-20
37-19
37-34
37-31
37-31
37-6
63
37-21
37-21
37-10
37-7
89
89
37-17
37-10
37-31
37-8
37-9
31
89
37-32
148
37-29
135
37-25
37-28
37-32
89
37-26
89
105
108
105
104
37-30
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119
119
48
80
6
3
108
90
119
50-3
80
90
80
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93
105
85
79
117
144
116
145
118
20
36
87
82 32
95 25
87
96
17
51
24
144
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96
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87
87
87
87
44
78 73
56
65
73
78
67
76
157
78
43
87
83
86
82
56
58
47
71
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73
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59
72
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72
13
86
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72
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91
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75
59
72
64
87
83
82
64
44
155
154
72
150 149
87
83
65
43
86
84
71
1
78 73
44
87
83
47
147
138
43
87
83
43
96
87
22
87
83
68
87
77
21
98
17
87
10
87
84
46
72
66
78
23
76
87 100
84
19
26
27
118
144
82
145
84
84
147 40
69
137
123
124
11
98
60
18
106
107
62
70
87
000922PM0300
61
87
147
87
46
45
92
146
86
117
41
84
9
87
102
146
147
92
92
147
102
103
87
94
87
108
147
33
89
42
14
50-4
74
151
5
102
42
94
92
108
50-4
93
50-5
85
79
102
102
54
90
105
104
50-5
14
102
103
102
102
50-3 90
80
105
4
102
39
50-2
52
38
37-19
89
109
EXPLODED VIEW DIAGRAM
37-4
PARTS LIST
Dwg #
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
10
11
12
13
14
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
37~1
37~2
37~3
37~4
37~5
37~6
37~7
37~8
37~9
37~10
37~16
Part description
Main Frame
Incline Bracket
Handrail Support
Right Upright
Left Upright
Console Support
Deck Cross Brace
Front Roller W/Pulley
Rear Roller
Running Deck
Running Belt
PVC Handgrip
Wire Tie Mount
Lubricant
Frame Cover
Drive Motor
Incline Motor
Motor Controller
1200m/m_Sensor W/Cable
Breaker
Power Socket
On/Off Switch
Power Cord
70m/m_Connecting Wire (Black)
150m/m_Connecting Wire (White)
150m/m_Connecting Wire (Black)
800m/m_Computer Cable (Upper/Lower)
550m/m_Computer Cable (Upper/Lower)
1300m/m_Computer Cable (Middle)
500m/m_Speed Cable (Upper)
800m/m_Incline Cable (Upper)
Drive Belt
Console Assembly
Console Top Cover
Console Bottom Cover
Console Speaker Cover (L)
Console Speaker Cover (R)
Right Drink Bottle Holder (Upper)
Left Drink Bottle Holder (Upper)
Wind Duct (L)
Wind Duct (R)
Battery Cover
Fan Grill Anchor
Front Console Cover (Top)
35
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
Dwg #
37~17
37~18
37~19
37~20
37~21
37~22
37~24
37~25
37~26
37~27
37~28
37~29
37~30
37~31
37~32
37~34
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
50
50~2
50~3
50~4
50~5
51
52
53
54
56
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
Part description
Front Console Cover (Bottom)
400m/m_Safety Switch Module W/Cable
Fan Assembly
Deflector Fan Grill
Fan Grill Anchor
350m/m_Speaker W/Cable
Amplifier Controller
Receiver, HR Assembly
Amplifier Cable
400m/m_Console Ground Wire
Water-resist Rubber
Clear Acryl
3.5 × 32m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
3.5 × 12m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
Speaker Grill Anchor
3 × 10m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
300m/m_Speed Adjustment Switch W/Cable
300m/m_Incline Adjustment Switch W/Cable
Motor Base Cap (L)
Motor Base Cap (R)
Handgrip End Cap
Cushion
Transportation Wheel
Motor Top Cover
Motor Cover Anchor
Foot Rail
Beverage Holder
Handpulse Assembly
650m/m_Handpulse Wire, Coiled
Handpulse Top Cover
Handpulse Bottom Cover
Handpulse End Cap
Front Motor Cover
Left Drink Bottle Holder (Lower)
Right Drink Bottle Holder (Lower)
Top Motor Cover Plate
□25 × 50m/m_Square End Cap
Ø24 × Ø10 × 3T_Nylon Washer
Ø50 × Ø13 × 3T_Nylon Washer
Adjustment Foot Pad
Rear Adjustment Base (L)
Rear Adjustment Base (R)
Safety Key
Belt Guide
1/2" × 57m/m_Hex Head Bolt
3/8" × 4-1/2"_Socket Head Cap Bolt (Alloy Steel)
3/8" × 4"_Socket Head Cap Bolt (Alloy Steel)
36
Qty
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
14
6
2
1
1
1
1
2
6
4
1
2
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
4
2
4
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
Dwg #
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
82
83
84
85
86
87
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
98
100
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
116
117
118
119
123
124
135
137
138
139
Part description
3/8" × 1-3/4"_Hex Head Bolt
M8 × 60m/m_Hex Head Bolt
M8 × 80m/m_Socket Head Cap Bolt
M8 × 55m/m_Flat Head Countersink Bolt
M8 × 35m/m_Flat Head Countersink Bolt
3/8" × 3/4"_Button Head Socket Bolt
3/8" × 1-1/4"_Hex Head Bolt
1/2" × 15T_Nyloc Nut
3/8" × 7T_Nyloc Nut
M8_Nyloc Nut
Ø19 × Ø10 × 1.5T_Flat Washer
Ø25 × Ø10 × 2.0T_Flat Washer
Ø5 × Ø15 × 1T_Flat Washer
M5_Star Washer
Ø5 × 25 × 1.5T × 5.8H_Concave Washer
M5_Speed Nut Clip
Ø10 × 2.0T_Split Washer
5 × 19m/m_Tapping Screw
5 × 16m/m_Tapping Screw
3.5 × 12m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
5 × 16m/m_Tapping Screw
Ø5.5 × 27 × 60 × 1T × 2.5H_Concave Washer
5 × 16 m/m_Tapping Screw
3 × 10m/m_Tapping Screw
4 × 50 m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
3 × 10 m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
3.5 × 16m/m_Tapping Screw
3/8"_Nut
Sensor Rack
5/16" × 15m/m_Button Head Socket Bolt
3/8" × 2"_Button Head Socket Bolt
3/8" × 1-3/4"_Button Head Socket Bolt
3.5 × 12m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
Combination M5 Allen Wrench & Phillips Head Screw
Driver
M6_Allen Wrench
3/8" × 2T_Split Washer
Phillips Head Screw Driver
Fan
M4 × 35m/m_Phillips Head Screw
M4_Nyloc Nut
Ø13m/m_Bolt Cap
250m/m_Motor Fan Connecting Cable (Black)
250m/m_Motor Fan Connecting Cable (White)
3 × 8m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
3 × 8m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
Controller Back Plate
400m/m_Audio Cable
37
Qty
1
1
2
2
6
4
4
2
2
1
6
4
5
5
6
6
4
9
36
22
4
2
5
4
2
2
5
3
1
10
2
4
10
1
1
6
1
1
2
2
4
1
1
6
2
1
1
Dwg #
140
141
142
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
153
154
155
156
157
Part description
3.5 × 55m/m_Sheet Metal Screw
Safety Key Sleeve
Drink Bottle
M5 × 10m/m_Phillips Head Screw
M5 × 1.5T_Split Washer
5 × 16m/m_Tapping Screw
5 × 16m/m_Tapping Screw
300m/m_Ground Wire
Choke
Filter
600m/m_Connecting Cable Of Motor
200m/m_Connecting Wire (White)
Non-Slip Rubber(L)
Non-Slip Rubber(R)
Ø19_Bolt Cap
Ø14_Bolt Cap
38
Qty
1
1
1
4
4
2
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1