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Bowflex LateralX LX5 User manual
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Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5/LX5i Lateral Trainers
Service Manual
Service Manual
8018879.080118.A
Table of Contents
Section Code
Section
Page Number
1
Important Safety Instructions
2
1
Safety Warning Labels and Serial Number
3
1
Specifications
4
1
Moving Your Machine
5
1
Leveling the Machine
5
1
Connectivity
6
1
Maintenance
7
1
Maintenance Parts
8
1
Troubleshooting
9
1
Machine Settings Mode
11
1
Electrical Wiring Diagram
12
1
Replacement Procedure Skill Level
14
Mechanical / Modification Procedures
2
Adjust the Belt Tension
15
Part Replacement
3
Replace the Adjustment Arm Shrouds
30
4
Replace the Crank
34
5
Replace the Engine Assembly
45
6
Replace the Lower Shrouds
52
7
Replace the Mast Cables
60
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8018911.080118.A
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Important Safety Instructions and General Troubleshooting
Information for the Bowflex™ LateralX™
LX5/LX5i Lateral Trainers
Service Procedures
8018912.080118.A
NOTICE: This document provides important safety instructions, adjustments, and general troubleshooting information for the maintenance of the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5 and
LX5i Lateral Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside
US/Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand
all Warnings on this machine.
Nautilus, Inc., www.NautilusInc.com, 5415 Centerpoint Parkway, Groveport, OH 43125 U.S.A. - Customer Service: North America (800) 605-3369, csnls@nautilus.com | outside U.S. www.nautilusinternational.com | Printed in
China | © 2017 Nautilus, Inc. |Bowflex, the B logo, LateralX and Bowflex LateralX are trademarks owned or licensed by Nautilus, Inc., which are registered or otherwise protected by common law in the United States and other
countries. Polar® and Google Play™ are trademarks of their respective owners. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any
use of such marks by Nautilus, Inc. is under license. | ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and
understand all Warnings on this machine.
Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
Read and understand the Service Manual before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings
could cause injury to the service technician or bystanders.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Keep bystanders and children away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving
these components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• Use only replacement parts and hardware that are supplied or approved by Nautilus. Failure to use Nautilus-approved replacement parts can
adversely affect the safety and functionality of the equipment creating a risk to users and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada,
contact Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely affect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not put the machine back in service until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for
correct performance.
2
SAFETY WARNING LABELS AND SERIAL NUMBER
WARNING!
• Injury or death is possible if caution is not
used while using this machine.
• Not intended for children under 14 yrs. of age.
• Keep children & pets away.
• Read and follow all warnings on this machine.
• This product is for Home use only.
• Refer to the owner’s manual for additional
warnings and safety information.
• Heart rate displayed, if applicable, is an
approximation and should be used for
reference only.
• Consult a physician prior to using any
exercise equipment.
• The maximum user weight for this machine is:
136 kg/ 300lbs.
• Care should be used when mounting or
dismounting the equipment. Before mounting or
dismounting, move the pedal on the mounting
or dismounting side to its lowest position and
bring the machine to a complete stop.
• This unit is not equipped with a free-wheel.
Pedal speed should be reduced in a controlled
manner.
(The label on the product is available in English and
French Canadian only.)
Serial Number
WARNING!
Keep feet and hands away.
Product Specification
3
SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum User Weight:
136 kg (300 lbs)
Maximum Pedal Height:
55.9 cm ( 22”)
Machine Weight:
approx. 117 kg (258 lbs)
Total Surface Area (footprint) of equipment:
16,007 cm2
Power Requirements:
Input Voltage:
Output Voltage:
Heart Rate Chest Strap:
159.8 cm
(62.9”)
100 - 240V AC, 50/60Hz
12VDC, 5A
1 CR2032 battery
DO NOT dispose of this product as refuse. This product is to be
recycled. For proper disposal of this product, please follow the prescribed methods at an approved waste center.
117.7 cm (46.3”)
136 cm (53.5”)
FCC Compliance
!
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
The machine and power supply comply with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: T
his machine and power supply have been tested and found to comply with 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. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
4
Moving Your Machine
The fitness machine weighs approximately 258 lbs (117 kg) when fully assembled and requires caution when being moved. The width of the
machine is wider than a standard room door frame. Disassembly may be required if transporting to a different area.
NOTICE: A
lways disconnect the power cord and power adapter from the wall outlet and the machine before attempting to move the
machine.
Use the Transport Handles at the rear of the machine to lift and move the machine. Your machine can be rolled on the transport wheels to a new
location. Lower your machine slowly into its new location without injury to your head or fingers.
Do not use the handlebars, Console Mast, or the Console to lift or move the machine. Injury to you or damage to the machine can
occur.
The machine may be moved by one or more persons depending on
their physical abilities and capacities. Make sure that you and others
are all physically fit and able to move the machine safely.
Place the machine on a clean, hard, level surface, free from unwanted
material or other objects that may hamper your ability to move freely.
A rubber mat should be used below the machine to prevent the
release of static electricity and protect your flooring.
To prevent unsupervised operation of the machine always disconnect
the power cord from the wall outlet and machine power input. Place
the power cord in a secure location.
Leveling the Machine
The machine needs to be leveled if your workout area is uneven or if the
Base Assembly is slightly off the floor. To adjust:
1. P
lace the machine in your workout area.
2.Loosen the locking nuts and adjust the levelers until they all contact
the floor.
Do not adjust the levelers to such a height that they detach or
unscrew from the machine. Injury to you or damage to the
machine can occur.
3.Adjust until the machine is level. Tighten the locking nuts.
Make sure the machine is level and stable before you exercise.
5
CONNECTIVITY
Bluetooth® Connectivity with the “Bowflex LateralX™” Fitness App
This fitness machine is equipped with Bluetooth® connectivity and can wirelessly sync with the “Bowflex LateralX™” Fitness App on supported devices. The Software App syncs with your fitness machine to track total calories burned, time, distance, and more. Records and stores every workout
for quick reference. Track your results and share with friends and family.
1. D
ownload the free Software App, named the “Bowflex LateralX™” Fitness App. The software app is available on the App Store and Google
Play™.
Note: For a complete list of supported devices, review the software app on the App Store or Google Play™.
2. Follow the instructions on the Software App to sync your device to your exercise machine.
Workout with Other Fitness Apps
This fitness machine has integrated Bluetooth® connectivity which allows it to work with a number of digital partners. For our latest list of supported
partners, please visit: www.bowflex.com/apps.
USB Charging
If a USB Device is attached to the USB Port, the Port will attempt to charge the Device. The power supplied from the USB Port may not be enough to
operate the Device and charge it at the same time.
6
MAINTENANCE
Read all maintenance instructions fully before you start any repair work. In some conditions, an assistant is required to do the necessary tasks.
Equipment must be regularly examined for damage and repairs. The owner is responsible to make sure that regular maintenance is
done. Worn or damaged components must be repaired or replaced immediately. Only manufacturer supplied components can be
used to maintain and repair the equipment.
If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact our local distributor for them.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Daily:
Before each use, examine the exercise machine for loose, broken, damaged, or worn parts. Do not use if found in this condition.
Repair or replace all parts at the first sign of wear or damage. After each workout, use a damp cloth to wipe your machine and
Console free of moisture.
NOTICE: If necessary, only use a mild dish soap with a soft cloth to clean the Console. Do not clean with a petroleum based
solvent, automotive cleaner, or any product that contains ammonia. Do not clean the Console in direct sunlight or at high
temperatures Be sure to keep the Console free of moisture.
Weekly:
Check for smooth crank and pedal arm operation. Wipe the machine to remove dust, dirt, or grime.
NOTICE: Do not use petroleum based products. Do not apply petroleum based products, lubricant or chemicals to the chrome-plated
shafts in the Adjustable Arms.
Monthly or after 20 hours: Make sure all bolts and screws are tight. Tighten if necessary.
Replace Batteries in Chest Strap
The heart rate (HR) chest strap uses a CR2032 battery.
Do not perform this procedure outdoors or in moist or wet locations.
1.
Using a coin, loosen the slotted cover on the battery bay. Remove the cover and battery.
2.When replacing the battery, insert it in the battery bay with the +
symbol facing up.
CR2032
Note: T
he chest strap uses CR2032 size batteries. +
3.Reinstall the cover on the strap.
4.
iscard the old battery. Dispose of in accordance with local
D
regulations and/or at approved recycling centers.
5.Inspect your chest strap to ensure function.
Do not use until the equipment has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
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Maintenance Parts
A
II
L
PP
HH JJ
V
GG
FF
T
P
AA
K
LL MM
NN
KK
D
EE
B
X
OO
F
Y
Q
W
S
H
N
U
Z
M
QQ
R
S
F
C
J
X
I
DDD
CCC
SS TT
DD
K
CC
DDD
UU
YY
BB
RR
O
DD
P
Y
Z
VV
WW
BBB
AAA
ZZ
F
FFF
EEE
XX
Item
Description
G
Item
E
Description
Item
Description
F
Item
Description
A
Console
P
Pivot Bolt Cover
EE
Static Handlebar
TT
Data Cable, Lower Lateral
B
Console Mast
Q
Pedal Arm, Right
FF
Cupholder
UU
Servo Motor, Resistance
C
Engine Assembly
R
Pedal Arm, Left
GG
Contact HR Sensor
VV
Resistance Flywheel
D
Base Assembly, Right
S
Pedal Arm Topcap
HH
Telemetric HR Receiver
WW
Crank
E
Base Assembly, Left
T
Pedal Shroud, Right
Remote Resistance Control
XX
Pulley, Second Stage Crank
II
F
Leveler Foot
U
Pedal Shroud, Left
JJ
Remote Lateral Control
YY
Drive Belt, Right, J10
G
Transport Wheel
V
Foot Pad, Right
KK
Data Cable, Upper Resistance
ZZ
Drive Belt, Leftt, J8
H
Upper Shroud, Right
W
Foot Pad, Left
LL
Data Cable, Upper Lateral
AAA
Dual Speed/Direction Sensor
I
Upper Shroud, Left
X
Parallel Link
MM
Remote Resistance Control
Wire
BBB
Speed Sensor Magnet
J
Mast Gasket
Y
Lateral Link
NN
Remote Lateral Control Wire
CCC
Cable Actuator
K
Handlebar Link
Z
Lateral Link Endcap
OO
HR Cable, Console Mast
DDD
PCBA Slim Control Board
L
Handlebar Arm, Right
AA
Mid Pedal Arm, Right
PP
Mast EndCap
EEE
Power Inlet
M
Pivot Cover, Right
BB
Mid Pedal Arm, Left
QQ
Lower Shroud, Right
FFF
Power Adapter w/Cord
N
Handlebar Arm, Left
CC
Adjustable Arm, Right
RR
Lower Shroud, Left
O
Pivot Cover, Left
DD
Adjustable Arm, Left
SS
Data Cable, Lower Resistance
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Condition/Problem
No display/partial display/unit
will not turn on
Things to Check
Solution
Check electrical (wall) outlet
Make sure unit is plugged into a functioning wall outlet.
Check power adapter
Check for visual sign that power adapter is damaged. Replace power adapter
if damaged.
Check connection at front of unit Connection should be secure and undamaged. Replace adapter or connection at unit if either are damaged.
Check data cable integrity
All wires in cable should be intact. If any are visibly crimped or cut, replace
cable.
Check data cable connections/
orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly. Small latch on
connector should line up and snap into place.
Console Display
If Console only has partial display and all connections are fine, replace the
Console.
If the above steps do not resolve the problem, contact Customer Service (if
inside US/Canada) or your local distributor (if outside US/Canada).
Unit operates but Contact HR
not displayed
HR cable connection
Be sure cable is connected securely at top of Console Mast.
Sensor grip
Be sure hands are centered on HR sensors. Hands must be kept still with
relatively equal pressure applied to each side. If there is plastic film on the
HR sensor, carefully peel off the film.
Dry or calloused hands
Sensors may have difficulty with dried out or calloused hands. A conductive
electrode cream (heart rate cream) can help make better conduct. These are
available on the web or at medical or some larger fitness stores.
Static Handlebar
If tests reveal no other issues, Static Handlebar should be replaced.
Unit operates but Telemetric HR Chest Strap (optional)
not displayed
Strap should be “POLAR®” compatible and uncoded. Make sure strap is
directly against skin and contact area is wet.
Chest Strap Battery
If strap has replaceable batteries, install new batteries.
Interference
Try moving unit away from sources of interference (TV, Microwave, etc).
Replace Chest Strap
If interference is eliminated and HR does not function, replace strap.
Replace Console
If HR still does not function, replace Console.
Unit operates but Telemetric HR Interference
displayed incorrectly
Make sure that the HR receiver is not blocked by a personal electronic
device in the cupholder.
Resistance does not change
(machine turns on and operates)
Check data cable connections/
orientation
Be sure cable connections at top and bottom of Console Mast are connected
securely and oriented properly. Reseat all connections. Small latch on connector should line up and snap into place.
Resistance handlebar
connection
Be sure cable from Static Handlebar and cables to Console are secure and
undamaged.
If the above steps do not resolve the problem, contact Customer Service (if
inside US/Canada) or your local distributor (if outside US/Canada).
Console shuts off (enters sleep
mode) while in use
Fan will not turn on or will not
turn off
Check connection at front of unit Connection should be secure and undamaged. Replace adapter or connection at unit if either are damaged.
Check data cable connections/
orientation
Be sure cable connections at top and bottom of Console Mast are connected
securely and oriented properly. Small latch on connector should line up and
snap into place.
Check Speed Sensor (requires
shroud removal)
Speed sensors should be aligned with magnet and connected to data cable.
Realign sensor if necessary. Replace if there is any damage to the sensor or
the connecting wire.
Check data cable integrity
All wires in cable should be intact. If any are cut or crimped, replace cable.
Check data cable connections/
orientation
Be sure cable is connected securely and oriented properly. Small latch on
connector should line up and snap into place.
9
Condition/Problem
Things to Check
Solution
Fan will not turn on, but Console Check for blockage of fan
operates
Unplug unit from electrical outlet for 5 minutes. Remove material from fan. If
necessary, detach the Console to help with removal. Replace the Console if
unable to remove blockage.
Unit rocks/does not sit level
Check leveler adjustment
Adjust levelers until machine is level.
Check surface under unit
Adjustment may not be able to compensate for extremely uneven surfaces.
Move machine to level area.
Machine slides from side to side Floor surface
during operation
The machine may slide on a hard surface. Put the machine on a rubber
machine mat, which will provide a non-slip surface.
Foot pedals loose/unit difficult
to operate
Hardware
Tightly secure all hardware on the Pedal Arms and Handlebar Arms.
Check for loose hardware
Tightly secure all hardware.
Click, tick or knocking sound
Check foot assemblies, leg as- Manually move foot, leg, and handlebar assemblies to isolate sound. Contact
semblies, handlebar assemblies Customer Service (if inside US/Canada) or your local distributor (if outside
US/Canada).
Workout results will not sync
with Bluetooth® enabled device
Current console mode
Machine must be in Idle Mode to sync. Push the STOP/PAUSE button until
the Power-Up Mode screen is displayed.
Total time of workout
A workout must be longer than 1 minute to be saved and posted by the
Console.
Fitness machine
Unplug unit from electrical outlet for 5 minutes. Reconnect to outlet.
Bluetooth enabled device
Consult your device to be sure that the Bluetooth® wireless feature has been
enabled on it.
Fitness App
Review Specifications of Fitness App and confirm your device is compatible.
™
Contact appsupport@nautilus.com (if inside US/Canada) or your local
distributor (if outside US/Canada) for further assistance.
10
MACHINE SETTINGS MODE
The Machine Settings Mode lets you view the total run hours for the machine and the current versions of the main systems.
1. H
old down the STOP/PAUSE button and Right arrow button together for 3 seconds while in the Power-Up Mode to access the Machine Settings
Mode.
Note: Push STOP/PAUSE to exit the Machine Settings Mode and return to the Power-Up Mode screen.
2.
The Console displays the TOTAL HOURS for the machine.
3.
Push the Right button to go to the next option.
4.
The Console display shows the current Console Firmware Version.
5.
Push the Right button to go to the next option.
6.
The Console display shows the current Motor Control Board Firmware Version.
7.
Push the Right button to go to the next option.
8.
The Console display shows the current BLE Version.
9.
Push the Right button to go to the next option.
10. The Console displays the DISCONNECT BLE NO prompt.
Note: If you want to disconnect the Bluetooth® transmitter, push the Increase/Decrease buttons to select the “DISCONNECT BLE YES”
option, and push Enter. The Console will exit the Machine Settings Mode and return to the Power-Up Mode screen.
11. Push the Right button to go to the next option.
12. The Console displays the VIEW ERROR MSG NO option. This option is for Service Technicians use only.
13. Push the Right button to go to the next option.
14. The Console displays the RESET CONSOLE NO prompt.
Note: If you want to reset the Console to factory settings, push the Increase/Decrease buttons to select the “RESET CONSOLE YES”
option, and push ENTER. Turn the machine off when the Console displays the “POWER CYCLE NOW” prompt.
15. Push the STOP/PAUSE button to exit the Machine Settings Mode and return to the Power-Up Mode screen.
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ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
BFX
Wiring
Diagram
BFX LX5/LX5i
LX5 Wiring
Diagram
CONSOLE
CONSOLE
PCB
FAN
RIGHT
SPEAKER
LEFT
SPEAKER
HR cable, 4Pin
Data cable, Lateral, 8Pin
Data cable, Resistance, 11Pin
Wire assembly, 9Pin
MAST
HEART RATE
GRIPS
HR telemetry wire, 3Pin
Resistance wire, 3Pin
Data cable,
Lateral, 8Pin
Lateral stride wire, 3Pin
ENGINE
POWER
INLET
100-240V AC
Power wire
assembly,
split
CABLE ACTUATOR
SPEED/DIRECTION
SENSOR
Data cable, Resistance, 11Pin
ABSOLUTE LATERAL
POSITION POTENTIOMETER
POWER CABLE
LOWER LIMIT UPPER LIMIT
SWITCH
SWITCH
CONTROL CABLE
SLIM PCBA
(DUAL SWITCH TACH)
RESISTANCE
SERVO MOTOR
(LATERAL ADJUSTMENT
MOTOR)
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WIRELESS HR
TELEMETRY
RESISTANCE
ADJUST, RIGHT
LATERAL STRIDE
ADJUST. LEFT
Slim PCBA and cable connections
Actuator
power
Upper limit
switch
Lower limit
switch
Power inlet
13
Actuator
control
Absolute
lateral position
potentiometerl
Replacement Procedure Skill Level
Level I :
Level II :
Level III :
!
Low - very little mechanical knowledge or exposure.
Intermediate - some experience with mechanical procedures.
Advanced - knowledgeable about mechanical procedures.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
When disposing of old parts, obey the applicable local and provincial requirements.
For instructions to replace the following parts, please refer to the Assembly Manual for your machine:
•
Power Cord
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™
Adjust the Belt Tension on the
Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5/LX5i Lateral Trainers
Replacement Procedure
Skill Level: II
8018913.080118.A
NOTICE: T
his document provides instructions to adjust the tension of the left and right Drive Belts on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5 and LX5i Lateral Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside US/
Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Nautilus, Inc., www.NautilusInc.com, 5415 Centerpoint Parkway, Groveport, OH 43125 U.S.A. - Customer Service: North America (800) 605-3369, csnls@nautilus.com | outside U.S. www.nautilusinternational.com | Printed in
China | © 2017 Nautilus, Inc. | Bowflex, the B logo and LateralX are trademarks owned or licensed by Nautilus, Inc., which are registered or otherwise protected by common law in the United States and other countries. |
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions - Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Read and understand the Part Replacement Procedure before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings could cause
injury to the service technician or bystanders.
• Keep bystanders, children and pets away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Disconnect all power and allow to sit for 5 minutes before you service this machine.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving these
components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a
risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely effect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not use the machine until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for correct performance.
Tools Required (not included)
6mm hex wrench
M10 socket wrench
8mm hex wrench
13mm socket wrench (or open end wrench)
10mm hex wrench
24mm or 15/16” socket wrench
#2 Phillips screwdriver
(2) 8” or longer adjustable wrenches
or M24 socket wrench and 24mm box end wrench
Flathead screwdriver
17mm open end wrench
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Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving
these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
Note: Your machine may not match the image. For reference only.
1. Remove the Pivot Bolt Covers from the Handlebar Arms. Using a 6mm
hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Set them safely aside.
X2
X2
2. Using a 10mm hex wrench, remove the indicated Screws (by arrow)
from the Handlebar Arms and Handlebar Links.
Be aware that the Handlebar Arm will be loose and will pivot
when the hardware is removed. Safely allow the Handlebar
Arm to pivot downward and come to rest. Be sure to stay out
of the path of the Handlebar Arm.
X2
3. Remove the Handlebar Arms and Wave Washers. Set them safely
aside.
X2
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4. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 6 indicated screws (arrows)
from the Upper Shrouds. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate the
Shrouds at the push fasteners. Remove the Shrouds and Mast Gasket,
and set them safely aside.
X6
5. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated screw. Rotate the
Lateral Link out of the way.
X2
6. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove the
Parallel Links.
X4
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7. Remove the Pedal Arm Topcaps.
8. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
X2
9. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove the
Pedal Arms and Collars.
X2
X4
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10. Remove the Endcaps from the Mid Pedal Arms. Using a 13mm socket
or box end wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
Note: The hardware is very tight (factory installed).
11. Using an M24 or 15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and 24mm open
end wrench or adjustable wrench (outside of arm), remove the indicated
screw and nut.
Note: The hardware is very tight (factory installed).
Pivot the Adjustable Arms toward the front and remove the Mid Pedal
Arms.
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12. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the indicated screws from the
Crank Shrouds. Remove the Crank Shrouds and set them safely aside.
13. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 5 indicated screws from
the Right Lower Shroud. Carefully remove the Right Lower Shroud and
set it safely aside.
14. Using a 17mm open end wrench, loosen and remove the indicated nut
from the Left Lower Shroud. Carefully pull the Power Inlet plug out of the
hole toward the inside of the Shroud.
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15. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 5 indicated screws from
the Left Lower Shroud. Carefully remove the Left Lower Shroud and set it
safely aside.
Note: Your machine may not match the image. For reference only.
First stage belt tension adjustment
16. To test the Right Drive Belt tension:
On the lower part of the belt, twist the belt at the midpoint between the
pulleys. The belt should not twist more than 45 degrees.
If the tension is correct, go to Step 26.
If the tension is too loose, adjust:
17. Use a 17mm open-end wrench to loosen the indicated nut (arrow) two
turns.
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18. Use an 8mm hex wrench to loosen the two screws shown in the
illustration for two turns.
19. Use a 17mm open-end wrench to loosen the indicated nut.
20. Use a 17mm open-end wrench to adjust the hex socket screws.
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21. Turn the crank 3 to 5 turns in the direction of the arrow, and check
the tension. On the lower part of the belt, twist the belt at the midpoint
between the pulleys. The belt should not twist more than 45 degrees.
!
Be sure to keep fingers clear of all
pinch hazards when you turn the
Crank.
If necessary, tighten more.
22. Using a 17mm open-end wrench, fully tightenen the indicated nut.
23. Using an 8mm hex wrench, tighten the two indicated screws.
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24. Using a 17mm open-end wrench, fully tighten the illustrated nut.
25. Turn the crank 3~5 turns in the direction of the arrow to make the belt
rotate smoothly.
!
Be sure to keep fingers clear of all pinch hazards when you
turn the Crank.
Second stage belt tension check
26. To test the Left Drive Belt tension:
On the upper part of the belt, twist the belt at the midpoint between the
pulleys. The belt should not twist more than 90 degrees (vertical).
If the tension is correct, go to Step 32.
If the tension is too loose, adjust:
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27. Use a 17mm open-end wrench to loosen the indicated flywheel nuts
(arrow) two turns.
26. Use an M10 socket wrench to adjust the nylon lock nuts. If the tension
is too loose, tighten the nuts. If the tension is too tight, loosen the nuts.
NOTICE: B
e sure to adjust the nuts on both sides evenly and turn
the nuts the same number of times.
27. Turn the crank 3 to 5 turns in the direction of the arrow, and check
the tension. On the upper part of the belt, twist the belt at the midpoint
between the pulleys. The belt should not twist more than 90 degrees
(vertical).
!
Be sure to keep fingers clear of all
pinch hazards when you turn the
Crank.
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28. Use a 17mm open-end wrench to tighten the illustrated nuts.
29. Turn the crank 3~5 turns in the direction of the arrow to make the belt
rotate smoothly.
!
Be sure to keep fingers clear of all pinch hazards when you
turn the Crank.
Reassembly
30. Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the Left Lower Shroud, to the main
frame. First, lock the screw in position A, then lock the screw in position B,
and then tighten the screws in the other positions.
A
B
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31. Insert the Power Inlet cable connector into the Left Lower Shroud.
Using a 17mm wrench, tighten the nut to secure the power cable
connector.
32. Align the Right Lower Shroud with the push fasteners on the Left
Lower Shroud and move the Right Lower Shroud into position. Push the
Shrouds together so that the Push Fasteners are fully seated.
33. Install the Lower Shroud to the Frame Assembly with the screws. Use
a Phillips screwdriver to lock the screw in position A, then lock the screw
in position B, and then tighten the screws in the other positions.
A
B
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34. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, re-install the Crank Shrouds.
35. Put the Right Mid Pedal Arm back on the Crank and move the
Adjustable Arm end into the Mid Pedal Arm bracket. Using an M24 or
15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and 24mm open end wrench or
adjustable wrench (outside of arm), install the indicated screw and nut.
Fully tighten the nut.
36. Secure the Mid Pedal Arm to the Crank using the indicated screw and
washer. Use a 13mm socket or wrench to tighten securely.
Install the Endcap.
37. Repeat steps 35-36 for the Left Mid Pedal Arm.
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38. The remaining assembly steps are the reverse procedure.
Note: Put the Left Upper Shroud in position first. Align the Right
Upper Shroud with the Push Fasteners and move the Right
Shroud into position. Push the Shrouds together so that the
Push Fasteners are fully seated. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, install the 6 screws. Re-install the Mast Gasket.
Be sure the Handlebar Links are tilted forward. Put the Wave
Washers on the pivot rods.
e aware that the Handlebar Arms are top heavy, and
B
will want to pivot when attached onto the Pivot Rod. Be
sure to stay out of the path of the Handlebar.
Align the Handlebar Arm assembly with the pivot rod and
attach the lower Handlebar Arm to the Handlebar Link
39. Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and
components are properly assembled.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
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™
™
Replace the Adjustable Arm Shrouds
on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5/LX5i Lateral Trainers
Replacement Procedure
Skill Level: II
8018914.080118.A
NOTICE: T
his document provides instructions for the replacement of the outer Adjustable Arm Shrouds on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5 and LX5i Lateral
Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside
US/Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
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Warnings on this machine.
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ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions - Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Read and understand the Part Replacement Procedure before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings could cause
injury to the service technician or bystanders.
• Keep bystanders, children and pets away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Disconnect all power and allow to sit for 5 minutes before you service this machine.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving these
components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a
risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely effect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not use the machine until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for correct performance.
Tools Required (not included)
6mm hex wrench
Small standard screwdriver
24mm or 15/16” socket wrench
Lateral Link Puller
8” or longer adjustable wrench
(or 24mm socket wrench and open end wrench
#2 Phillips screwdriver
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Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving
these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
Note: It is only necessary to remove parts from the side that you are replacing.
Your machine may not match the image. For reference only.
1. Remove the Lateral Link Endcaps. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove
the indicated hardware. Using the Lateral Link Puller tool, remove the
Lateral Links.
Note: Handlebar Arms and Links, Upper Shrouds,
and Console Mast not shown.
X2
X2
2. Using an M24 or 15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and 24mm open
end wrench or adjustable wrench (outside of arm), remove the indicated
screw and nut.
Note: The hardware is very tight (factory installed).
Pivot the Adjustable Arm toward the front until it is clear of the Mid Pedal
Arm.
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3. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 2 screws from the Adjustable Arm Shroud.
Note: M
id Pedal Arm bracket not shown.
4. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate the outer and inner Shrouds at
the push fasteners. Carefully remove the Adjustable Arm Shroud.
NOTICE: P
ull mainly on the outer Shroud to avoid damage to the
inner Shroud and the electronic parts in it.
5. Align the new outer Adjustable Arm Shroud with the push fasteners on
the inner Shroud and move the outer Shroud into position. Carefully push
the outer Shroud onto the inner Shroud so that the Push Fasteners are
fully seated.
6. Install the new Adjustable Arm Shroud to the Adjustable Arm assembly
with the screws. Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the upper screw first,
then the lower screw.
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7. Move the Adjustable Arm to engage the Mid Pedal Arm bracket. Using
an M24 or 15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and 24mm open end
wrench or adjustable wrench (outside of arm), install the indicated screw
and nut. Fully tighten the nut.
8. Using a 6mm hex wrench, attach the Lateral Link to the Adjustable Arm
and finger tighten the screw. Then attach the Lateral Link to the Pedal
Arm. Fully tighten the hardware.
Note: Installation of the Lateral Link does not require the Lateral Link
Puller.
X2
X2
9. Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and
components are properly assembled.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
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™
™
Replace the Crank on the
™
Bowflex LateralX™ LX5/LX5i Lateral Trainers
Replacement Procedure
Skill Level: II
8018915.080118.A
NOTICE: This document provides instructions for the replacement of the Crank weldments (arms) on the Crank pulley on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5 and LX5i
Lateral Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside
US/Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
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China | © 2017 Nautilus, Inc. | Bowflex, the B logo and LateralX are trademarks owned or licensed by Nautilus, Inc., which are registered or otherwise protected by common law in the United States and other countries. |
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions - Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Read and understand the Part Replacement Procedure before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings could cause
injury to the service technician or bystanders.
• Keep bystanders, children and pets away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Disconnect all power and allow to sit for 5 minutes before you service this machine.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving these
components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a
risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely effect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not use the machine until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for correct performance.
Tools Required (not included)
6mm hex wrench13mm socket wrench or open end wrench
8mm hex wrench24mm or 15/16” socket wrench
10mm hex wrench
#2 Phillips screwdriver (2) 8” or longer adjustable wrenches
(or 24mm socket wrench and open end wrench)
Flathead screwdriver
17mm open end wrench
34
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving
these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
Note: If you are only replacing one Crank, it is only necessary to remove
parts from the side that you are replacing.
Your machine may not match the image. For reference only.
1. Remove the Pivot Bolt Covers from the Handlebar Arms. Using a 6mm
hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Set them safely aside.
X2
X2
2. Using a 10mm hex wrench, remove the indicated Screws (by arrow)
from the Handlebar Arms and Handlebar Links.
Be aware that the Handlebar Arm will be loose and will pivot
when the hardware is removed. Safely allow the Handlebar
Arm to pivot downward and come to rest. Be sure to stay out
of the path of the Handlebar Arm.
X2
3. Remove the Handlebar Arms and Wave Washers. Set them safely
aside.
X2
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4. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 6 indicated screws
(arrows) from the Upper Shrouds. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate
the Shrouds at the push fasteners. Remove the Shrouds and Mast
Gasket, and set them safely aside.
X6
5. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated screw. Rotate the
Lateral Link out of the way.
X2
6. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove
the Parallel Links.
X4
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7. Remove the Pedal Arm Topcaps.
8. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
X2
9. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove the
Pedal Arms and Collars.
X2
X4
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10. Remove the Endcaps from the Mid Pedal Arms. Using a 13mm socket
or box end wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
Note: The hardware is very tight (factory installed).
11. Using an M24 or 15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and 24mm open
end wrench or adjustable wrench (outside of arm), remove the indicated
screw and nut.
Note: The hardware is very tight (factory installed).
Pivot the Adjustable Arms toward the front and remove the Mid Pedal
Arms.
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12. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the indicated screws from the
Crank Shrouds. Remove the Crank Shrouds and set them safely aside.
13. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 5 indicated screws from
the Right Lower Shroud. Carefully remove the Right Lower Shroud and
set it safely aside.
If you are only replacing the Right Crank arm, go to step 16.
If you are replacing the Left Crank arm, continue to step 14.
14. Using a 17mm open end wrench, loosen and remove the indicated nut
from the Left Lower Shroud. Carefully pull the Power Inlet plug out of the
hole toward the inside of the Shroud.
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15. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 5 indicated screws from
the Left Lower Shroud. Carefully remove the Left Lower Shroud and set it
safely aside.
16. Using a 13mm wrench, loosen and remove the indicated hex head
screws and washers from the Crank and set them safely aside.
17. Using an 8mm hex wrench, loosen and remove the indicated screws
from the Crank arms.
18. Insert the M8 washer from step 16 in the gap in the Crank arm. Using
an 8mm hex wrench, screw the M10 x 50 screw into the threaded hole to
open the gap in the Crank arm.
M8
washer
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M10 x 50
screw
19. Remove the old Crank arm from the Crank pulley.
20. Insert M8 washer in the gap of the new Crank arm. Using an 8mm hex
wrench, screw the M10 x 50 screw from one end of the threaded hole into
the Crank arm to open the gap in the Crank arm.
M10 x 50
screw
M8
washer
21. Put the new Crank arm in position on the Crank pulley.
22. Remove the M10 x 50 screw and M8 washer from Crank arm. Using
an 8mm hex wrench, install the screw from the unthreaded end of the
screw hole through the gap and tighten securely.
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23. Using a 13mm socket wrench, install the M8 x 20 hex screw and
washer into the crankshaft and tighten securely.
Reassembly
If you only replaced the Right Crank, go to step 26.
If you replaced the Left Crank, continue to step 24.
24. Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the Left Lower Shroud, to the main
frame. First, lock the screw in position A, then lock the screw in position B,
and then tighten the screws in the other positions.
A
B
25. Insert the Power Inlet cable connector into the Left Lower Shroud.
Using a 17mm wrench, tighten the nut to secure the power cable
connector.
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26. Align the Right Lower Shroud with the push fasteners on the Left
Lower Shroud and move the Right Lower Shroud into position. Push the
Shrouds together so that the Push Fasteners are fully seated.
27. Install the Lower Shroud to the Frame Assembly with the screws. Use
a Phillips screwdriver to lock the screw in position A, then lock the screw
in position B, and then tighten the screws in the other positions.
A
B
28. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, re-install the Crank Shrouds.
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29. Put the Right Mid Pedal Arm back on the Crank and move the
Adjustable Arm end into the Mid Pedal Arm bracket. Using an M24 or
15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and 24mm open end wrench or
adjustable wrench (outside of arm), install the indicated screw and nut.
Fully tighten the nut.
30. Secure the Mid Pedal Arm to the Crank using the indicated screw and
washer. Use a 13mm socket or wrench to tighten securely.
Install the Endcap.
31. Repeat steps 29-30 for the Left Mid Pedal Arm.
32. The remaining assembly steps are the reverse procedure.
Note: Put the Left Upper Shroud in position first. Align the Right
Upper Shroud with the Push Fasteners and move the Right
Shroud into position. Push the Shrouds together so that the
Push Fasteners are fully seated. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, install the 6 screws. Re-install the Mast Gasket.
Be sure the Handlebar Links are tilted forward. Put the Wave
Washers on the pivot rods.
e aware that the Handlebar Arms are top heavy, and
B
will want to pivot when attached onto the Pivot Rod. Be
sure to stay out of the path of the Handlebar.
Align the Handlebar Arm assembly with the pivot rod and
attach the lower Handlebar Arm to the Handlebar Link
33. Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and
components are properly assembled.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
44
™
™
Replace the Engine Assembly on the
Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX3/LX3i/LX5/LX5i
Lateral Trainers
Replacement Procedure
Skill Level: III
8018908.080118.B
NOTICE: This document provides instructions for the replacement of the Engine Assembly on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX3, LX3i, LX5 and LX5i Lateral Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside
US/Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Nautilus, Inc., www.NautilusInc.com, 5415 Centerpoint Parkway, Groveport, OH 43125 U.S.A. - Customer Service: North America (800) 605-3369, csnls@nautilus.com | outside U.S. www.nautilusinternational.com | Printed in
China | © 2017 Nautilus, Inc. | Bowflex, the B logo and LateralX are trademarks owned or licensed by Nautilus, Inc., which are registered or otherwise protected by common law in the United States and other countries. |
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions - Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Read and understand the Part Replacement Procedure before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings could cause
injury to the service technician or bystanders.
• Keep bystanders, children and pets away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Disconnect all power and allow to sit for 5 minutes before you service this machine.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving these
components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a
risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely effect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not use the machine until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for correct performance.
Tools Required (not included)
6mm hex wrench
10mm hex wrench
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Lateral Link Puller
Utility knife or scissors to cut zipties
45
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving
these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
Note: Your machine may not match the image. For reference only.
1. Remove the Pivot Bolt Covers from the Handlebar Arms. Using a 6mm
hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Set them safely aside.
X2
X2
2. Using a 10mm hex wrench, remove the indicated Screws (by arrow)
from the Handlebar Arms and Handlebar Links.
Be aware that the Handlebar Arm will be loose and will pivot
when the hardware is removed. Safely allow the Handlebar
Arm to pivot downward and come to rest. Be sure to stay out
of the path of the Handlebar Arm.
X2
3. Remove the Handlebar Arms and Wave Washers. Set them safely
aside.
X2
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4. Using a 10mm hex wrench, remove the indicated Screws (by arrow)
and remove the Handlebar Links.
X2
5. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 6 indicated screws (ovals
and arrows) from the Upper Shrouds. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate the Shrouds at the push fasteners. Remove the Shrouds and Mast
Gasket, and set them safely aside.
X6
6. Disconnect the cables from the Engine Assembly and the Console Mast
cables. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated screws and washers (arrows). Remove the Console Mast assembly.
NOTICE: D
o not crimp the cables. This step may require two people.
X4
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7. Remove the Lateral Link Endcaps. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove
the indicated hardware. Using the Lateral Link Puller tool, remove the
Lateral Links.
X2
X2
8. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove the
Parallel Links.
X4
9. Remove the Pedal Arm Topcaps.
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10. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
X2
11. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove
the Pedal Arms and Collars.
X2
X4
12. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware and set it
safely aside.
X2
X2
X2
X2
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Remove the Base Assemblies one at a time and set them safely aside
for reassembly. Set the old Engine Assembly safely aside.
This step requires two people.
Note: It may be helpful to tilt the machine to the side or put a static
solid object (like a book or box) under the front mount tube in
order to slide the Base Assemblies off the mount tubes.
13. Carefully turn box on long side and cut the packing tape on the bottom
of the box.
14. Fold the flaps out to expose the shipping platform and tip the box
upright.
This step requires two people.
Note: Be sure to fold the bottom flap under the
Box so that the shipping platform will rest on
the floor.
15. Lift the box off the contents. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the
protective sheet from the base mount on top of the Engine assembly. Cut
off the zipties that attach the Engine assembly to the shipping platform.
NOTICE: D
o not remove the platform until the Base
Assemblies are attached in order to prevent
damage to the floor.
Ziptie
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16. Install the Base Assemblies on the new Engine Assembly one at a
time. Tilt the Engine Assembly to the side and slide the correct Base
Assembly into position and install the hardware. It may be helpful to put
a static solid object (like a book or box) under the front tube to align the
screws and holes.
This step requires two people.
Be sure to FULLY tighten hardware with 6 mm hex wrench when all
hardware has been finger tightened. Remove the shipping platform and
set it safely aside.
In order to avoid possible serious injury, when installing the
Base Assemblies to the Engine Assembly, be careful to avoid
fingers or hands being caught or pinched.
13. The remaining assembly steps are the reverse procedure.
NOTICE: A
lign the clips on the cable connectors and make sure the
connectors lock. Do not crimp the cables.
Note: Installation of the Lateral Links does not require the Lateral
Link Puller.
Put the Left Upper Shroud in position first. Align the Right
Upper Shroud with the Push Fasteners and move the Right
Shroud into position. Push the Shrouds together so that the
Push Fasteners are fully seated. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, install the 6 screws. Re-install the Mast Gasket.
Be sure the Handlebar Links are tilted forward. Put the Wave
Washers on the pivot rods.
e aware that the Handlebar Arms are top heavy, and
B
will want to pivot when attached onto the Pivot Rod. Be
sure to stay out of the path of the Handlebar.
Align the Handlebar Arm assembly with the pivot rod and
attach the lower Handlebar Arm to the Handlebar Link
NOTICE: T
his step may require two people.
Align the clips on the cable connectors and make sure the
connectors lock. Do not crimp the cables.
20. Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and
components are properly assembled.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
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™
™
Replace the Lower Shrouds on the
Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX3/LX3i/LX5/LX5i
Lateral Trainers
Replacement Procedure
Skill Level: II
8018909.080118.B
NOTICE: This document provides instructions for the replacement of the Shrouds on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX3, LX3i, LX5 and LX5i Lateral Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside
US/Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
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Warnings on this machine.
Nautilus, Inc., www.NautilusInc.com, 5415 Centerpoint Parkway, Groveport, OH 43125 U.S.A. - Customer Service: North America (800) 605-3369, csnls@nautilus.com | outside U.S. www.nautilusinternational.com | Printed in
China | © 2017 Nautilus, Inc. | Bowflex, the B logo and LateralX are trademarks owned or licensed by Nautilus, Inc., which are registered or otherwise protected by common law in the United States and other countries. |
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions - Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Read and understand the Part Replacement Procedure before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings could cause
injury to the service technician or bystanders.
• Keep bystanders, children and pets away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Disconnect all power and allow to sit for 5 minutes before you service this machine.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving these
components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a
risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely effect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not use the machine until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for correct performance.
Tools Required (not included)
6mm hex wrench13mm socket wrench or open end wrench
8mm hex wrench24mm or 15/16” socket wrench (for LX5/LX5i)
10mm hex wrench
#2 Phillips screwdriver(2) 8” or longer adjustable wrenches
(or M24 socket wrench and 24mm open end wrench)
Flathead screwdriver
17mm open end wrench
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Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving
these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
Note: It is only necessary to remove parts from the side that you are
replacing.
Your machine may not match the image (LX3 is shown). For
reference only.
1. Remove the Pivot Bolt Covers from the Handlebar Arms. Using a 6mm
hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Set them safely aside.
X2
X2
2. Using a 10mm hex wrench, remove the indicated Screws (by arrow)
from the Handlebar Arms and Handlebar Links.
Be aware that the Handlebar Arm will be loose and will pivot
when the hardware is removed. Safely allow the Handlebar
Arm to pivot downward and come to rest. Be sure to stay out
of the path of the Handlebar Arm.
X2
3. Remove the Handlebar Arms and Wave Washers. Set them safely
aside.
X2
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4. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 6 indicated screws (arrows)
from the Upper Shrouds. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate the
Shrouds at the push fasteners. Remove the Shrouds and Mast Gasket,
and set them safely aside.
X6
5. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Rotate the
Lateral Link out of the way.
X2
6. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove the
Parallel Links.
X4
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7. Remove the Pedal Arm Topcaps.
8. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
X2
9. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Remove the
Pedal Arms and Collars.
X2
X4
10. Remove the Endcaps from the Mid Pedal Arms. Using a
13mm socket or box end wrench, remove the indicated hardware.
Note: The hardware is very tight (factory installed).
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11. Remove the indicated screw and nut:
Note: The hardware is very tight
(factory installed).
LX3/LX3i—Use two 8” or longer adjustable wrenches (or M24 socket wrench
and 24mm box wrench). Pivot the Swing
Arms toward the front and remove the
Mid Pedal Arms.
LX5/LX5i—Use an M24 or 15/16”
socket wrench (inside of arm) and
24mm open end wrench or adjustable wrench (outside of arm). Pivot the
Adjustable Arms toward the front and remove the Mid Pedal Arms.
12. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 5 indicated screws from
the Right Lower Shroud. Carefully remove the old Right Lower Shroud
and set it safely aside.
If you are only replacing the Right Lower Shroud, go to step 17.
If you are replacing the Left Lower Shroud, continue to step 13.
13. Using a 17mm open end wrench, loosen and remove the indicated nut
from the Left Lower Shroud. Carefully pull the Power Inlet plug out of the
hole toward the inside of the Shroud.
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14. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 5 indicated screws from
the Left Lower Shroud. Carefully remove the old Left Lower Shroud and
set it safely aside.
15. Using a Phillips screwdriver, attach the new Left Lower Shroud to
the main frame. First, lock the screw in position A, then lock the screw in
position B, and then tighten the screws in the other positions. )
A
B
16. Insert the Power Inlet cable connector into the Left Lower Shroud.
Using a 17mm wrench, tighten the nut to secure the power cable
connector.
17. Align the new Right Lower Shroud with the push fasteners on the Left
Lower Shroud and move the Right Lower Shroud into position. Push the
Shrouds together so that the Push Fasteners are fully seated.
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18. Install the new Lower Shroud to the Frame Assembly with the screws.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to lock the screw in position A, then lock the
screw in position B, and then tighten the screws in the other positions.
A
B
19. Put the Left Mid Pedal Arm back on the Crank.
LX3/LX3i—move the Swing Arm end into the Mid Pedal Arm bracket.
Using two 8” or longer adjustable wrenches (or M24 socket wrench and
24mm box wrench), install the indicated screw and nut.
LX5/LX5i—move the Adjustable Arm to engage the Mid Pedal Arm
bracket. Using an M24 or 15/16” socket wrench (inside of arm) and
24mm open end wrench or adjustable wrench (outside of arm), install the
indicated screw and nut.
Fully tighten the nut.
20. Secure the Mid Pedal Arm to the Crank using the indicated screw and
washer. Use a 13mm socket to tighten securely.
Install the Endcap.
21. Repeat steps 15-16 for the Right Mid Pedal Arm.
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22. The remaining assembly steps are the reverse procedure.
Note: Put the Left Upper Shroud in position first. Align the Right
Upper Shroud with the Push Fasteners and move the Right
Shroud into position. Push the Shrouds together so that the
Push Fasteners are fully seated. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, install the 6 screws. Re-install the Mast Gasket.
Be sure the Handlebar Links are tilted forward. Put the Wave
Washers on the pivot rods.
e aware that the Handlebar Arms are top heavy, and
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will want to pivot when attached onto the Pivot Rod. Be
sure to stay out of the path of the Handlebar.
Align the Handlebar Arm assembly with the pivot rod and
attach the lower Handlebar Arm to the Handlebar Link
23. Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and
components are properly assembled.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
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Replace the Mast Cables on the
Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5/LX5i Lateral Trainers
Replacement Procedure
Skill Level: III
8018916.080118.A
NOTICE: T
his document provides instructions for the replacement of the Mast Cables on the Bowflex™ LateralX™ LX5 and LX5i Lateral Trainers.
If you need assistance, please contact Customer Service (if purchased in US/Canada) or your local distributor (if purchased outside
US/Canada). To find your local distributor, go to: www.nautilusinternational.com
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Nautilus, Inc., www.NautilusInc.com, 5415 Centerpoint Parkway, Groveport, OH 43125 U.S.A. - Customer Service: North America (800) 605-3369, csnls@nautilus.com | outside U.S. www.nautilusinternational.com | Printed in
China | © 2017 Nautilus, Inc. | Bowflex, the B logo and LateralX are trademarks owned or licensed by Nautilus, Inc., which are registered or otherwise protected by common law in the United States and other countries. |
ORIGINAL DOCUMENT - ENGLISH VERSION ONLY
Important Safety Instructions - Before servicing or using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Read and understand all
Warnings on this machine.
Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
• Read and understand the Part Replacement Procedure before working on the machine. Failure to obey the instructions and safety warnings could cause
injury to the service technician or bystanders.
• Keep bystanders, children and pets away from the product being serviced at all times.
• Make sure that the repair is done in an appropriate work space away from foot traffic and exposure to bystanders.
• Disconnect all power and allow to sit for 5 minutes before you service this machine.
• Some components of the equipment can be heavy or awkward. Enlist the service of a second person when you do maintenance steps involving these
components. Do not try to do heavy or awkward steps on your own.
• If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Nautilus replacement parts and hardware. Failure to use genuine replacement parts can cause a
risk to users, keep the machine from operating correctly and will void the warranty.
• Be sure that all warning stickers and instructional placards applied to the product stay present and in good condition when doing maintenance or
replacing components. If at any time the Warning labels become loose, unreadable or dislodged, replace the labels. If purchased in US/Canada, contact
Customer Service for replacement labels. If purchased outside US/Canada, contact your local distributor for them.
• Do not try to change the design or functionality of the machine being serviced as this can adversely effect user safety and will void the warranty.
• Do not use the machine until all shrouds, instructions, warning labels and correct functionality have been verified and tested for correct performance.
Tools Required (not included)
#2 Phillips screwdriverStandard screwdriver
(2) 6mm hex wrenches
10mm hex wrench
(2) approximately 4’ (1.2m) lengths of string
A Zip-Tie, rubber band or piece of wire to restrict cables from falling into Console Mast
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Disconnect all power to the machine before you service it.
Some components of the machine can be heavy or awkward. Use a second person when doing the assembly steps involving
these parts. Do not do steps that involve heavy lifting or awkward movements on your own.
Note: Y
our machine may not match the image. For reference only.
1. Remove the Pivot Bolt Cover from the left Handlebar Arm. Using a 6mm
hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Set it safely aside.
2. Using a 10mm hex wrench, remove the indicated Screw (by arrow) from
the Handlebar Arm and Handlebar Link.
Be aware that the Handlebar Arm will be loose and will pivot
when the hardware is removed. Safely allow the Handlebar
Arm to pivot downward and come to rest. Be sure to stay out
of the path of the Handlebar Arm.
3. Remove the Handlebar Arm and Wave Washer. Set them safely aside.
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4. Using a #2 Phillips screwdriver, remove the 3 indicated screws from the
Left Upper Shroud. Use a flathead screwdriver to separate the Shrouds at
the push fasteners. Remove the Left Shroud and set it safely aside.
5. Disconnect the cables from the Engine Assembly and the Console Mast
cables. Tie one piece of string to the Mast Cable end at the base of the
Console Mast.
NOTICE: D
o not crimp the cables. Do not allow the cable to fall down into
the Engine Assembly. This step may require two people.
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X3
6. Remove the Mast Endcap and set it aside. Disconnect the Mast Cables
from the Console Cables.
NOTICE: D
o not crimp the cables. Do not allow the cables to fall down
into the Console Mast.
7. Using a 6mm hex wrench, remove the indicated hardware. Carefully
remove the Static Handlebar and disconnect the cables. Set the Static
Handlebar and hardware aside for reassembly.
Tie the other piece of string to the Mast Cable ends at the Static Handlebar mount.
X4
8. Hold the ends of the Mast Cables at the top of the Console Mast and
carefully pull them out of the Console Mast so that the strings extend
through the mast and out of the base and the Static Handlebar mount.
Note: The red line is the 9Pin cable, the orange line is the 4Pin cable, the
blue line is the 11Pin cable, and the green line is the 8Pin cable.
Base
Top
9. Untie the strings from the old Mast Cables, and tie those string ends to
the corresponding ends of the new Mast Cables. Use the strings to pull
the new cables carefully through the Console Mast.
NOTICE: D
o not crimp the cables.
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10. Connect the Static Handlebar cables to the new Mast Cables at the
handlebar mount opening. Reinstall the Static Handlebar on the Console
Mast.
NOTICE: A
lign the clips on the cable connectors and make sure the
connectors lock. Do not crimp the cables.
11. Connect the Console Cables to the new Mast Cables. Reinstall the
Mast Endcap.
NOTICE: A
lign the clips on the cable connectors and make sure the
connectors lock. Do not crimp the cables.
12. Connect the Mast Cable to the Engine Assembly cable.
NOTICE: A
lign the clips on the cable connectors and make sure the
connectors lock. Do not crimp the cables.
13. Put the Left Upper Shroud in position. Align the Push Fasteners. Push
the Shrouds together so that the Push Fasteners are fully seated. Using a
#2 Phillips screwdriver, re-install the 3 screws. Re-install the Mast Gasket.
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14. Be sure the Handlebar Link is tilted forward. Put the Wave Washer on
the pivot rod.
Be aware that the Handlebar Arms are top heavy, and will
want to pivot when attached onto the Pivot Rod. Be sure to
stay out of the path of the Handlebar.
Align the Handlebar Arm assembly with the pivot rod and attach the lower
Handlebar Arm to the Handlebar Link using a 10mm hex wrench. Slide the
Handlebar Arm assembly fully onto the pivot rod and install the hardware
using a 6mm hex wrench. Re-install the Pivot Bolt Cover.
15. Inspect your machine to ensure that all hardware is tight and
components are properly assembled.
Do not use until the machine has been fully assembled and
inspected for correct performance in accordance with the
Owner’s Manual.
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