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Bowflex 3 Series Treadmill Owner's manual
Bowflex® 3, 5 & 7 Series
Treadmills
Owner's Manual
P/N: 18571.061512.F
Bowflex® Treadmills Product Features
Console
Motor Cover
Motor
Lever Release
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Treadmills Parts Reference Guide
Preface
Congratulations! You’ve just taken a big step towards improving your health and fitness. Your new Bowflex® treadmill
will help you lose weight, increase your cardiovascular efficiency and ultimately help you look and feel better than ever
before.
With its innovative features and programs, you’ll enjoy maximum workout variety – you can even use the built-in heart
rate monitor to track your fitness progress. In this manual, you’ll find step-by-step guidance on how to use this feature
and all other features on your new machine.
Before you begin please read through this entire Owner’s Manual and the Assembly Guide. It’s important to
understand how to assemble and use the machine properly – not only for your safety, but also to learn how
to get the best results possible.
Once you’ve read and followed the guidelines in this manual, and your treadmill is fully assembled, you’ll be on your way to
fast fitness and the body you desire. Enjoy!
Recycling
Do not dispose of this product as refuse. This product is to be recycled. For information on
the proper method of disposal contact a Nautilus, Inc. Customer Service Representative.
Contact information is available in the Important Contact Numbers section in this manual.
Preface
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Table of Contents
Grounding Instructions7
Bowflex® 7 Series Console23
Bowflex® 5 Series Console
23
Safety Warning Label Locations
Understanding Your Treadmill Features
Important Safety Precautions5
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24
Emergency Stop Procedures9
Time24
Normal Stop Procedures9
Using Your Bowflex ® Treadmill10
Pace24
Getting Started10
Incline24
Going Forward10
Heart Rate24
How Often Should You Exercise?
10
Distance24
Suggested Workouts10
Speed24
What to Wear11
Calories24
Stretching11
Calories / Hour24
Using Your Heart Rate Monitor
12
Segment Time24
Treadmill Miles / Total Odometer
25
Touch Heart Rate12
Elevation Gain25
How to Use the Touch Heart Rate Monitor
Average Speed 25
How to Use Your Chest Strap
(Bowflex® 7 Series Only)
12
Average Heart Rate25
12
How to Operate Your Bowflex ® Treadmill
Average Incline25
Maximum Heart Rate25
13
Total Distance (Odometer) & Total Hours
25
Quick Start13
Taking Care of Your Treadmill
26
To Stop13
Programs 1-6 (Bowflex® 3, 5, and 7 Series)
13
Folding, Transporting & Unfolding your Treadmill 26
To fold the treadmill:
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Programs 7-12 (Bowflex® 5 Series Only)
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To transport the treadmill:
26
Programs 7-16 (Bowflex® 7 Series Only)
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To unfold the treadmill:
26
Conversion To Metric27
Bowflex 3, 5 and 7 Series Calibration
27
Lubricate Belt Message27
Treadmill Maintenance28
Warranty35
Contacts36
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Important Safety Precautions
The following definition applies to the word “Warning” found throughout this manual:
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Prior to using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
Read and understand the complete Owners Manual.
Read and understand all Warnings on this machine.
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Children must not be let on or near to this machine. Moving parts and other features of the machine can be dangerous
to children.
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Not intended for use by anyone under 14 years of age.
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Consult a physician before you start an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before you use the machine again. Use the values calculated
or measured by the machine’s computer for reference purposes only.
• Inspect this machine for loose parts or signs of wear. Do not use if found in this condition; contact Nautilus, Inc
Customer Service.
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This machine contains moving parts. Use Caution. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry.
• The Bowflex® 3 Series has a maximum user weight limit of 275 lbs. (125 kgs). The Bowflex® 5 and 7 Series have a
maximum user weight limit of 300 lbs (136 kgs). Do not use if you are over this weight.
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Care should be taken in mounting and dismounting this machine.
•
Disconnect all power before servicing the treadmill.
• Operate the machine in the manner described in this manual. It can be hazardous to over-exert yourself during
exercise.
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This machine is for home use only.
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Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. This machine contains moving parts. Do not put fingers or other objects into
moving parts of the exercise equipment.
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Always wear rubber soled athletic shoes when you use this machine. Do not use the machine with bare feet or only
wearing socks.
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Set up and operate this machine on a solid, level, horizontal surface.
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Use caution when you step on and off the machine. Use the supplied foot support platforms for stability before
walking on the moving belt.
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Do not operate this machine outdoors or in moist or wet locations.
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Important Safety Precautions
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Keep at least 19.5" (0.5 m) on each side of the machine and 79” (2 m) behind the machine clear. This is the recommended safe distance for access, movement and emergency dismounts from the machine. Keep third parties
out of this space when the machine is in operation.
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Do not over exert yourself during exercise. Operate the machine in the manner described in this manual.
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Read, understand, and test the Emergency Stop Procedure before use.
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Keep the walking belt clean and dry.
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Do not stand on machine motor cover or front trim cover.
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Keep power cord away from heat source and hot surfaces.
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Do not drop or put objects into any opening of the machine.
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Connect this machine to a correctly grounded outlet; consult a licensed electrician for assistance.
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Do not operate where aerosol products are being used.
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Do not let liquids touch the electronic controller. If it does, the controller must be inspected and tested for safety by
an approved technician before it can be used again.
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Do not remove the machine motor cover, dangerous voltages are present. The components are serviceable only by
approved service personnel.
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The electrical wiring for the residence in which the machine will be used must obey the applicable local and
provincial requirements.
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Important Safety Precautions
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Plug the power cord of the treadmill directly into a dedicated grounded circuit carrying 15 amps (110 Volt
model) or 7 amps (220 Volt model). We recommend the use of a surge protector. Position the treadmill
so that the wall plug is visible and accessible. If the Bowflex ® Treadmill power cord is damaged, it must
be replaced with a new power cord from Nautilus, Inc. Please contact your local dealer or Nautilus, Inc.
directly.
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Position the treadmill on a clear, level surface. Do not place the treadmill on thick carpet as it may interfere
with proper ventilation. Treadmill mats can usually be purchased from your treadmill dealer.
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Always wear running or aerobic shoes with rubber soles.
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Always attach the safety pull pin rope to your clothing when using the treadmill. If the treadmill should
suddenly increase in speed due to an electronics failure or the speed being inadvertently increased, the
treadmill will come to a sudden stop when the pull pin is disengaged from the console.
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Never start the treadmill while you are standing on the walking belt. After turning the power on and
adjusting the speed control, there may be a pause before the walking belt begins to move. Always stand
on the foot rails on the sides of the frame until the belt is moving. Care should be used when mounting or
dismounting the treadmill.
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Always hold the handrails when initially walking or running on the treadmill, until you are comfortable with
the use of the treadmill.
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The Bowflex ® 3, 5 and 7 Series treadmills are for home use only.
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When you are not using the treadmill, unplug the power cord and remove the safety pull pin.
Grounding Instructions
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least
resistance for electric current, reducing the risk of electric shock. The power cord is equipped with an
equipment-grounding conductor and a 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.
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Important Safety Precautions
Safety Warning Labels
The following safety warnings are located on the Bowflex® 3, 5, and 7 Series treadmills. Please read all safety precautions
and warning information prior to using your product. Be sure to replace any warning label if damaged, illegible, or missing.
Label 1: "Failure to follow these safeguards may result in serious injury or health problems.
1. Remove control key when not in use and store out of reach of children.
2. If you feel any unusual pain or tightness in your chest, shortness of breath, or dizziness, feel faint or have any
discomfort while you exercise, STOP!
1. To avoid injury, stand on the side rails before starting treadmill.
2. Read and understand Owner's Manual and operation instructions prior to use. If you do not have an Owner's
Manual call 800-864-1270 to obtain one.
3. Keep pets and children away.
4. Max user wt. 275 lbs / 125 kgs for 3 Series and 300 lbs / 136 kgs for Series 5 and 7.
Location: On the inside of both handrails. Label 2:
"Electric shock hazard. Do not open
cover."
Location: O
n the motor cover on the right
hand side, in the front of the
machine.
Label 1
Label 2
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Important Safety Precautions
Emergency Stop Procedures
Your treadmill is equipped with a SAFETY KEY that can protect you from serious injury. The safety key uses a magnetic
key to hold it in the proper position. Insert the safety key fully into the safety keyhole.
ALWAYS CLIP THE SAFETY KEY CLIP TO YOUR CLOTHING DURING YOUR WORKOUT. UNLESS THERE IS AN
EMERGENCY, DO NOT REMOVE THE SAFETY KEY WHEN STANDING OR WALKING ON THE WALKING BELT
WHILE IN MOTION.
If the safety key is removed from the treadmill while it is in use,
the treadmill will stop immediately.
This feature is meant to prevent serious harm and, when used
properly, is an excellent way to protect your safety during your
workout.
Normal Stop Procedures
1. Step off belt onto the side rails.
2. Press STOP or START/PAUSE. The walking belt will stop.
3. Press POWER to turn off the treadmill.
NOTE: For an immediate stop, press the POWER button, the STOP button or remove
the safety pull pin. CAUTION – THE BELT WILL STOP ABRUPTLY.
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Using Your Bowflex® Treadmill
Getting Started
Prior to beginning any exercise program, obtain a physical exam from your physician or healthcare professional. If at any
time during exercise you feel faint, dizzy or short of breath, or experience chest pain, stop exercising immediately! If the
condition persists, you should consult your physician or healthcare professional before resuming exercise activities.
Now it’s time to get accustomed to your treadmill. Before you get on your treadmill, stand along side it, and get used to
the controls. Then get on, straddling the belt by standing on the foot rails and putting both hands on the hand rails.
Next, turn the machine on and set the speed at 1 MPH (1.6 Km/h) or 2 MPH (3.2 Km/h). Step on the belt, and begin
walking. After you feel comfortable, slowly increase the speed to 2 MPH (3.2 Km/h) or 3 MPH (4.8 Km/h). Stay at that
speed for 10 minutes. Slowly bring the machine to a stop and step off.
Going Forward
Walk a mile at a steady pace, and record your time. It will take between 15 and 25 minutes. At 3 MPH (4.8 Km/h), a mile
will take about 20 minutes. After you can do this a few times fairly easily, you can gradually increase your speed and
grade so you are getting a good workout that lasts 30 minutes. Remember when you begin a walking program, you can
always take it slowly.
How Often Should You Exercise?
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The goal – three to five times a week, for 15 to 60 minutes.
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Schedule workouts in advance; try to work out even when you don’t want to.
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Control the intensity of workout by speed and/or by incline.
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Start off at 0% incline. As you increase your workout intensity, you can begin to elevate the machine.
Suggested Workouts
The Quick Workout
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15 to 20 minutes.
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Warm up for 2 minutes at 3 MPH (4.8 Km/h).
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Increase speed to 3.3 MPH (5.3 Km/h) then to 3.6 MPH (5.8 Km/h) for 2 minutes each.
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Add 0.2 MPH (0.3 Km/h) of speed every 2 minutes until you reach a speed at which you’re breathing hard, but not out of
breath. Maintain this speed, slowing by 0.2 MPH (0.3 Km/h) increments if you get out of breath. Cool down for the last 4
minutes by slowing down to 3 MPH (4.8 Km/h).
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If you have a hard time reaching the breathe-hard intensity through speed increases, slightly increase the machine’s
incline. A small increase in incline will raise the intensity of your workout.
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The Calorie Burner
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This intense workout helps you burn more calories.
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Warm up for 5 minutes at 2.5 MPH (4.0 Km/h) or 3 MPH (3.2 Km/h).
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Increase 0.2 MPH (0.3 Km/h) every 2 minutes until you find a challenging pace that you can maintain for 45 minutes.
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To boost your workout, walk for the duration of an hour long TV show.
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Increase the speed 0.2 MPH (0.3 Km/h) during every commercial break.
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Go back to your regular speed until the next break. This helps you increase the calorie burn during the ad and while
your heart rate is elevated afterward.
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Leave 4 minutes at the end to walk at 3 MPH (4.8 Km/h) for cooling down.
What to Wear
You’ll need a good pair of shoes. Running shoes are not very good for walkers; choose walking shoes with a firm heel
counter – the hard piece at the back of the shoe that holds the heel in place – and plenty of room for toes so they can
spread out as they push off. Wear appropriate clothes for exercise.
Stretching
At any level of walking, a stretching session is a good idea. Warm muscles respond better to stretches than cold ones,
so walk for five or ten minutes until you’re warm. Then stop and complete the stretches listed below – fives times, 10 or
more seconds each, for each leg. Repeat at the end of the walk.
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Achilles Tendon and Calf – With both hands against a wall, place one foot behind you. Keeping the rear leg straight
and your heel on the ground, lean in toward the wall. Repeat for the other leg.
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Quadriceps –Put your left hand on a wall or table for balance. Then reach your right hand behind your back and grasp
your right ankle, pulling it gently towards your buttocks until you feel tension along the front of your thigh. Repeat on
other side.
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Hamstring –Stand on one leg and prop the other leg parallel to the ground on a table or cabinet top. Slide both hands
toward the propped-up ankle as far as they’ll go. Repeat on other side.
Good luck in achieving your fitness goals! The best time to start is NOW!
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Using Your Heart Rate Monitor
Touch Heart Rate
Touch heart rate grip enables you to monitor your pulse before, during and after your workout. Your heart rate will read
out on your console’s display.
NOTE: If you are new to using a treadmill, step off the walking belt onto the side
rails to use the touch heart rate feature.
How to Use the Touch Heart Rate Monitor:
1.
Step off the walking belt on to the side rails.
2. Turn the treadmill on.
3. Press QUICK START. The belt will start to move at 0.5 MPH (0.8 Km/h).
4. Place your hands on the metal sensors located on the grips; your right hand should be gripping the right sensor and
your left hand should be gripping the left sensor.
5. Be careful not to place too much pressure on the grip; this could make the pulse reading inaccurate.
6. After six or seven heartbeats, your pulse will be displayed in the heart-rate window.
7.
Press POWER to turn off the treadmill.
How to Use Your Chest Strap
The Chest Strap is available for use with the Bowflex® 7 Series treadmills sold in the United States and Canada, along
with all Bowflex® 3, 5 and 7 Series treadmills sold internationally.
Using your chest strap, you can monitor your heart rate at any time during your workout. Or you can use a preprogrammed heart rate function.
1. Attach the
transmitter to the
elastic strap.
3. Lift the transmitter off your
chest and moisten the two
grooved electrode areas on
the back.
2. Adjust the strap length
to fit snugly and comfortably against your
skin. Secure the strap
around your chest,
just below the chest
muscles, and buckle it.
4. Check that the wet
electrode areas are
firmly against your skin.
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The chest strap will send your heart rate to the treadmill’s receiver. Your pulse will be displayed within a matter of
several seconds.
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If your treadmill is equipped with heart rate programs, you will find an explanation of the heart rate programs on the
following pages in this user’s manual.
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How to Operate Your Bowflex® Treadmill
Before starting, straddle the belt and stand on the side rails. Do not stand on the walking belt while starting or stopping
the treadmill. Insert the safety pull pin and attach the safety pull rope to your clothes. If you are a new user, stay at a
slow speed and hold onto the hand rails until you become comfortable.
Quick Start
1.
Press POWER
2. Press QUICK START. The belt will start to move at
0.5 MPH (0.8 Km/h).
3. Adjust speed and incline using ARROW keys.
To Stop
1.
Step off belt onto the side rails.
2. Press STOP or START/PAUSE. Walking belt will stop.
3. Press POWER to turn off the treadmill.
NOTE: F or an immediate stop, press the POWER button, the STOP button or pull out the safety
pull pin. CAUTION – THE BELT WILL STOP ABRUPTLY.
Programs 1-6 (3 Series, 5 Series & 7 Series Treadmills)
P1 - Manual Mode
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Select Program P1 for Manual mode using ARROW keys or numeric keypad. Press ENTER.
4. Adjust workout time (5-99 minutes) using ARROW keys or numeric keypad. Press ENTER.
5. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
6. Press START/PAUSE. The time will begin to count down and the walking belt will begin to move at minimum speed.
7. Adjust SPEED and INCLINE with ARROW keys.
8. At the end of the workout, the unit will enter the COOL DOWN MODE. Press POWER to turn off the treadmill or allow the
treadmill to shut off automatically after 5 minutes.
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P2- Cardio, P3 - Running, P4 - Fat Burn, P5 - Speed Interval, P6 - Hill Interval
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Select Program P2, P3, P4, P5 or P6 using the PROGRAM or ARROW keys or numeric keypad. Press ENTER.
4. Adjust workout time (5-99 minutes) using ARROW keys or numeric keypad. Press ENTER.
5. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
6. Press START/PAUSE. The time will begin to count down and the walking belt will begin at minimum speed.
7. Adjust speed using the SPEED arrows.
8. These programs change the elevation automatically.
9. Each program is divided into 21 segments. The display will beep before each incline change.
10. At the end of the workout, the unit will enter the COOL DOWN MODE. Press POWER to turn off the treadmill or allow the
treadmill to shut off automatically after 5 minutes.
NOTE: You can temporarily override the incline of any segment by using the INCLINE
ARROW keys. The override will last until the next segment change.
Programs 7-12 for 5 Series Treadmill
P7 - Fitness Test Speed & P8 - Fitness Test Grade
There are two separate Fitness Tests: one is a Speed Controlled workload, the other is an Elevation (Grade) Controlled
workload. These tests will gently increase the workload by changing either speed or elevation until your heart rate is
within a given range. “Fitness” is determined by comparing the workload to the user’s heart rate. Higher workloads and
lower heart rates give higher “fitness” scores.
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Select P7 - Fitness Test Speed or P8 - Fitness Test Grade using ARROW keys or numeric keypad. Press ENTER..
4. Select “1” Male or “2” Female. Press ENTER.
5. “ENTER AGE” will scroll across display and “34” will flash in TIME display.
6. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the users age (10-99) Press ENTER.
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7. “ENTER HEART RATE TEST ZONE” will scroll across display and suggested heart rate (calculated from entered age) will
flash in TIME display.
8. The Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad may be used to select another target heart rate (70-200) if you desire.
Press ENTER.
9. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
10. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
11. At the end of the workout the estimated maximal aerobic capacity will be displayed. The results are compared to
normative values of the same age and gender1 (see below), and given a fitness rating of “Low”, “Fair”, “Average”,
“Good”, or “High.”
Fitness Rating Norms (VO2max)
AGE
20 – 29
30 – 39
40 – 49
50 – 59
60 +
Men
High51.4 +50.4 +48.2 +45.3 +42.5 +
Good
51.3 – 46.8
50.3 – 44.6
48.1 – 41.8
45.2 – 38.5
42.4 – 35.3
Average
46.7 – 42.5
44.5 – 41.0
41.7 – 38.1
38.4 – 35.2
35.2 – 31.8
Fair
42.4 – 39.5
40.9 – 37.4
38.0 – 35.1
35.1 – 32.3
31.7 – 28.7
Low
39.4 or less
37.3 or less
35.0 or less
32.2 or less
28.6 or less
Women
High44.2 +41.0 +39.5 +35.2 +35.2 +
Good
44.1 – 38.1
40.9 – 36.7
39.4 – 33.8
35.1 – 30.9
35.1 – 29.4
Average
38.0 – 35.2
36.6 – 33.8
33.7 – 30.9
30.8 – 28.2
29.3 – 25.8
Fair
35.1 – 32.3
33.7 – 30.5
30.8 – 28.3
28.1 – 25.5
25.7 – 23.8
Low
32.2 or less
30.4 or less
28.2 or less
25.4 or less
23.7 or less
1 The American College of Sports Medicine, Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 6th Edition, Lippincott
WIlliams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, 2000, p. 77.
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P9 - Calorie Goal Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P9 for the Calorie Goal Program. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER CALORIE GOAL” will scroll across display and “100” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired calorie goal (50-9999). Press ENTER.
6. “PRESS START” will scroll across display, prompting the user to begin workout.
7. Press START/PAUSE to start workout; adjust SPEED and INCLINE to your personal preference.
8. Calorie Goal is displayed in SPEED display (when Calories LED is illuminated) and will count down to zero as the workout
ends.
9. The treadmill will then enter the Cool Down Mode.
NOTE: Speed and incline are user controlled throughout this program.
P10 - Distance Goal Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P10 for the Distance Goal Program. Press ENTER.
4. ENTER DISTANCE GOAL will scroll across display and “1.00” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired distance goal (0.25 – 25.00 MI / 0.40 - 40.00 KM ).
Press ENTER.
6. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
7. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
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P11 - Fat Burn Heart Rate Control Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P11 Fat Burn Heart Rate Program. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER WORKOUT TIME” will scroll across display and “20:00” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. “ENTER AGE” will scroll across display and “34” will flash in TIME display.
6. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the users age (10-99). Press ENTER.
7. “ENTER TARGET HEART RATE” will scroll across display and suggested heart rate (calculated from entered age) will
flash in TIME display.
8. The Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad may be used to select another target heart rate (70-200) if you desire.
Press ENTER.
9. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting you to begin your workout.
10. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
Custom User Programs
P12 - User Defined 1 & P13 - User Defined 2
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select the User Programs P12 or P13. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER WORKOUT TIME” will scroll across display and “20:00” will flash in TIME display (or last entered time).
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired workout time (5:00-99:00). Press ENTER.
6. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting you to begin your workout.
7. Press START/PAUSE to start workout. Set SPEED and INCLINE for the first segment using the SPEED and INCLINE
buttons. At the end of segment one the program moves to the second segment. Set the SPEED and INCLINE the same
way.
8. The incline profile is shown in the dot matrix display and time will count down from the entered value until it reaches
00:00.
9. The treadmill will then enter the COOL DOWN MODE.
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Programs 7-16 for 7 Series Treadmill
P7 - Program, 5K Run
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P7 5K Run. Press ENTER.
4. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting you to begin your workout.
5. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
Heart Strength - Fitness Tests
P8 - Fitness Test Speed & P9 - Fitness Test Grade
There are two separate Fitness Tests: one is a Speed Controlled workload, the other is an Elevation (Grade) Controlled
workload. These tests will gently increase the workload by changing either speed or elevation until your heart rate is
within a given range. “Fitness” is determined by comparing the workload to the user’s heart rate. Higher workloads and
lower heart rates give higher “fitness” scores.
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Select P8 - Fitness Test Speed or P9 - Fitness Test Grade using ARROW keys or numeric keypad. Press ENTER..
4. Select “1” Male or “2” Female. Press ENTER.
5. “ENTER AGE” will scroll across display and “34” will flash in TIME display.
6. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the users age (10-99) Press ENTER.
7. “ENTER HEART RATE TEST ZONE” will scroll across display and suggested heart rate (calculated from entered age) will
flash in TIME display.
8. The Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad may be used to select another target heart rate (70-200) if you desire.
Press ENTER.
9. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
10. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
11.At the end of the workout the estimated maximal aerobic capacity will be displayed. The results are compared to
normative values of the same age and gender1 (see Fitness Rating Norms on Page 15), and given a fitness rating of
“Low”, “Fair”, “Average”, “Good”, or “High.”
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P10 - Calorie Goal Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P10 for the Calorie Goal Program. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER CALORIE GOAL” will scroll across display and “100” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired calorie goal (50-9999). Press ENTER.
6. “PRESS START” will scroll across display, prompting the user to begin workout.
7. Press START/PAUSE to start workout; adjust SPEED and INCLINE to your personal preference.
8. Calorie Goal is displayed in SPEED display (when Calories LED is illuminated) and will count down to zero as the workout
ends.
9. The treadmill will then enter the Cool Down Mode.
NOTE: Speed and incline are user controlled throughout this program.
P11 - Distance Goal Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P11 for the Distance Goal Program. Press ENTER.
4. ENTER DISTANCE GOAL will scroll across display and “1.00” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired distance goal (0.25 – 25.00 MI / 0.40 - 40 KM). Press
ENTER.
6. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
7. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
P12 - Fat Burn Heart Rate Control Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
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3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P12 Fat Burn Heart Rate Program. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER WORKOUT TIME” will scroll across display and “20:00” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. “ENTER AGE” will scroll across display and “34” will flash in TIME display.
6. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the users age (10-99). Press ENTER.
7. “ENTER TARGET HEART RATE” will scroll across display and suggested heart rate (calculated from entered age) will
flash in TIME display.
8. The Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad may be used to select another target heart rate (70-200) if you desire.
Press ENTER.
9. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting you to begin your workout.
10. Press START/PAUSE to start workout.
P13 - Cardio Heart Rate Control Program
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P13 Cardio Heart Rate Program. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER WORKOUT TIME” will scroll across display and “20:00” (or last entered value) will flash in TIME display.
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired workout time (5:00–99:00). Press ENTER.
6. “ENTER AGE” will scroll across display and “34” will flash in TIME display.
7. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set your age (10-99). Press ENTER.
8. “ENTER TARGET HEART RATE” will scroll across display and suggested heart rate will flash in TIME display (calculated
from entered age).
9. The Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad may be used to select another target heart rate (70-200) if you desire.
Press ENTER.
10. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting the user to begin workout.
11. Press START/PAUSE to start workout; the program will begin in the Warm-Up mode.
12. The Up/Down ARROW keys may be used to adjust SPEED and INCLINE to slowly increase your heart rate at any time
during the program.
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P14 - BMI (Body Mass Index) Calculation
This is not a fitness test or a course profile but rather a calculation to show ideal weight range for your height. BMI is a
useful tool that shows the relationship between weight and height that is associated with body fat and health risk. There
are limitations however. It may overestimate body fat in athletes and others who have a muscular build. It may also
underestimate body fat in older persons and others who have lost muscle mass.
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select P14 BMI Test. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER HEIGHT” will scroll across display
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select your height in inches. Press ENTER.
6. The display will give your BMI and ideal weight range.
The table below gives a general rating and BMI score:
Under Weight Below 18.5
Normal18.5 – 24.9
Overweight
25.0 – 29.9
Obesity
30.0 – and above
Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta, GA. The CDC is an agency of the federal Department of
Health and Human Services
CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BMI AND THE WEIGHT THAT IS APPROPRIATE FOR YOU.
Custom User Programs
P15 - User Defined 1 & P16 - User Defined 2
1. Press POWER; “ENTER WEIGHT” will scroll across display.
2. Adjust weight using ARROW keys or numeric keypad (50- 300 lbs / 23-136 kgs). Press ENTER.
3. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to select the User Programs P15 or P16. Press ENTER.
4. “ENTER WORKOUT TIME” will scroll across display and “20:00” will flash in TIME display (or last entered time).
5. Use the Up/Down ARROW keys or numeric keypad to set the desired workout time (5:00-99:00). Press ENTER.
6. “PRESS START” will scroll across display prompting you to begin your workout.
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7. Press START/PAUSE to start workout. Set SPEED and INCLINE for the first segment using the SPEED and INCLINE
buttons. At the end of segment one the program moves to the second segment. Set the SPEED and INCLINE the same
way.
8. The incline profile is shown in the dot matrix display and time will count down from the entered value until it reaches
00:00.
9. The treadmill will then enter the COOL DOWN MODE.
Keys
Enter/Cool down
You may enter the Cool-Down mode at any time during the workout session. When you press the Enter/Cool down key, the
treadmill will exit the current program and the incline will return to zero.
Speed Keypad 0-9 (Bowflex® 3, 5 & 7 Series)
The Speed Keypad 0-9 is a multi-function keypad. During program setup, the Speed Key Pad (0-9) functions as a numeric
keypad for data entry. During a workout session, the Speed Key Pad (0-9) functions as a group of 10 speed keys, allowing
you to set speeds of 0-9 mph (or 0-14.4 km/h) by simply pushing the corresponding number on the keypad.
To set a specific speed, enter the desired speed on the keypad and the press Enter.
For example, pressing "2" + "5" + "ENTER" will program the treadmill to go 2.5 mph.
Incline Keypad (Bowflex® 7 Series Only)
The Incline Keypad 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, during a workout session functions as a group of 10 incline keys, setting
inclines of 0-12 percent.
Fan (Bowflex® 5 and 7 Series Only)
1.
Turn on by pressing the LOW/POWER fan button.
2. To adjust the speed of the fan press the LOW/POWER, MEDIUM, or HIGH fan buttons.
3. If the fan is on the high or medium settings, press LOW/POWER twice to turn off.
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Understanding Your Bowflex® Treadmill Features
Bowflex® 7 Series Console
Bowflex® 5 Series Console
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Understanding Your Treadmill Features
Time
Time is displayed in the format 00:00. Time represents total time if time is counting up, or remaining time if time is counting
down. (Time counts down if a workout time is entered at setup.) When time is counting up and reaches 99:59, it will roll
over to 00:00.
Pace
Pace is displayed in the format 00:00. Pace represents the amount of time it will take to run one mile at the user’s
current speed.
Segment Time
Segment Time is displayed in the format 00:00. Segment Time represents the remaining time in the current program
segment. During a Manual Workout, Calorie Goal or Distance Goal session, the Segment Time display becomes a lap
timer.
Incline
Elevation is displayed in the format 00.0 and indicates the user’s current commanded elevation. Valid elevation values
are: 0% - 12% in 0.5% increments.
Heart Rate
Heart Rate is displayed in the format 000. Heart Rate represents the user’s current heart rate in beats per minute.
Distance (Miles/KMS)
Distance is displayed in the format 00.00. Distance represents the accumulated user distance and is displayed in miles
or kilometers. When distance counts up to 99.99, it will roll over.
Speed
Speed is displayed in the format 00.0 and indicates the user’s current commanded speed. Valid speed values are: 0.512.0 mph (in 0.1 mph increments). Valid metric speeds are 0.8-19.2 km/h (in 0.1 km/h increments).
Calories
Calories are displayed in the format 0000. Calories represent the accumulated user calories burned and are calculated
using the entered weight (or the default weight if using Quick Start). When calories count up to 9999, it will roll over to 0.
Calories/Hour
Calories per hour are displayed in the format 0000. Calories per hour represents the amount of calories the user will
burn based on his entered weight, current speed and current elevation.
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Treadmill Miles/Total Odometer
The treadmill miles value is a cumulative value of total treadmill miles. It may be reset with a key press combination.
Elevation Gain
Elevation gain represents the total vertical distance traveled during the workout session (in feet or meters) based on
distance and incline.
Average Speed
Average Speed represents the average walking/jogging/running speed during the workout session (in mph or km/h) based
on distance traveled and elapsed time.
Average Heart Rate
Average Heart Rate represents the average of the user’s heart rate readings during the workout session (in beats per
minute).
Average Incline
Average Incline represents the average of the user’s incline readings during the workout session (in percent incline).
Maximum Heart Rate
Maximum Heart Rate represents the user’s maximum achieved heart rate during the workout session.
Total Distance (Odometer) and Total Hours
To view total distance or total hours on the treadmill, use the following key sequence.
1.
Press and hold the “ENTER” and “POWER” keys for 3 seconds. The multi-function display will show “ CAL”.
2. Press the “INCLINE UP” key to advance to the Configuration setting sequence. The multi-function display
will show “ConF”.
3. Press the “START/PAUSE” key to access the 1st parameter (Max. Speed). The time display will show “ SPd”
and the multi-function display will show the current maximum speed setting.
4. Press the “INCLINE UP” key 3 times to advance to the total hours. The time display will show “hour”
and the multi-function display will show the total operating hours (0 - 9999).
5. Press the “INCLINE UP” key again to advance to the total odometer. The time display will show “diSt”
and the multi-function display will show the total accumulated distance.
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Folding, Transporting & Unfolding your Treadmill
This treadmill has a folding mechanism; you must stop operation while folding and transporting. Make sure the power is
off and the power cord is removed and unplugged before folding and transporting the treadmill.
NOTE: A
fter initial assembly your Bowflex Treadmill must be calibrated before it can be
folded. See calibration instructions on page 26.
To fold the treadmill:
1.
Stop the Treadmill belt.
2. Bring Elevation to zero.
3. Turn off power.
4. Squeeze the release mechanism then lift the deck to fold up
the treadmill. Make sure the pin clicks into position and the
deck is secure before moving the treadmill.
To transport the treadmill:
1.
After folding, as mentioned in step 4 of folding section, please
be sure deck is locked/engaged in up position.
2. Remove Power cord.
3. Pull backwards, holding the top of the deck, until the wheels
can move smoothly.
To unfold the treadmill:
Squeeze the release mechanism down and gently lower the deck until it sits on level ground. Make sure the pin clicks
into position and the deck is secure before using the treadmill.
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Taking Care of Your Bowflex® Treadmill
Conversion To Metric
In order to convert to miles or kilometers, do the following:
1.
Press and hold the Enter/Cool down button for 3 seconds while in sleep mode.
2. The beeper will sound once and the current units (Eng) will be shown in the left display.
3. Continue holding the Enter/Cool down button. After 3 seconds, the new units (Si) will be shown in the left display.
4. Release the Enter/Cool down button. After 2 seconds, the new units will be saved, the beeper will sound twice and
the unit will enter sleep mode.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 to convert to miles per hour.
Bowflex 3, 5 and 7 Series Calibration
DO NOT STAND ON BELT WHILE CALIBRATING.
1) While in a dormant stage with the safety in/on press and hold “ENTER and “POWER” for 3 seconds or until the word
“CAL” comes up on the display.
2) Press “START”.
3) Verify Correct units of measure. Press “START” to change from one to another once it is on the desired unit of measure
press “ENTER”.
4) Press “START” to begin calibration.
5) Once calibration is complete press “POWER” to save and press “ Power” again to exit.
Lubricate Belt Message
A lubricate belt message will be displayed for each 250 miles of belt travel. The message “Lub bELt” will be shown in the
left and right displays upon waking up from sleep mode and will remain there until any key is pressed. Once any key is
pressed, the weight menu is activated.
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Treadmill Maintenance
Just like changing the oil in your car or replacing a filter in your home’s heating and cooling system, a little preventive
maintenance will insure your treadmill will operate smoothly and quietly for years to come.
Walking Belt Tension
As walking belts tend to stretch slightly with use, the walking belt may occasionally need to be tightened. If the walking
belt is too loose, you may find the belt stops while running or walking, while the motor continues to run. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN THE BELT. This will cause reduced motor performance and can cause roller damage. When properly
tensioned, you should be able to lift the side of the belt about 2-3 inches (5-7 centimeters). A quick test for belt tension:
you should be able to fit three fingers under the edge of the belt.
To tighten belt:
Use the hex key provided with the treadmill. Place the hex key in the hole in left end cap and into the socket of the
adjustment screw. Turn key one full turn clockwise. Then place hex key in hole in right end cap and turn key one full turn
clockwise. Check the tension of the belt. Continue back and forth until belt is at the correct tension. Make sure to adjust
both sides equally to ensure correct belt alignment.
Walking Belt Centering
The walking belt may occasionally need to be centered. First be certain that belt is tensioned properly (see above). Run
the treadmill at about 3.5 mph (6 km/h). Place the hex key through the hole in the left end cap and into the socket of the
adjustment screw.
If belt has moved to the right:
Turn the right adjustment screw 1/2 turn clockwise, then turn the left adjustment screw 1/2 turn counterclockwise. If
belt does not move, repeat until belt is centered.
If the belt has moved to the left:
Turn the right adjustment screw 1/2 turn counterclockwise, then turn the left adjustment screw 1/2 turn clockwise. If
belt does not move, repeat until belt is centered. Then recheck tension of the belt (see above).
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General Cleaning
ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TREADMILL FROM THE ELECTRICAL
OUTLET BEFORE CLEANING, LUBRICATING, OR SERVICING
THE UNIT.
General cleaning of the treadmill will prolong the life of the treadmill and improve performance. Keep the unit clean by
dusting regularly. Be sure to dust the exposed part of the deck on either side of the walking belt and also the side rails.
For best performance, we recommend your treadmill be placed on a treadmill mat. Along with reducing noise, a treadmill
mat will help to keep dust debris away from your treadmill’s critical components. Clean the top of the belt with a wet, soapy
cloth. Be careful to keep liquid away from inside the motorized treadmill frame or underneath the belt.
Removing the Motor Cover
ALWAYS UNPLUG THE TREADMILL FROM THE ELECTRICAL
OUTLET BEFORE REMOVING THE MOTOR COVER OR
SERVICING THE UNIT.
At least once a year remove the motor cover and vacuum under the motor cover.
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Walking Belt and Deck Lubrication
This treadmill is equipped with a pre-lubricated deck and belt system. The deck and belt friction may affect the function
and life of your treadmill; we recommend periodic lubrication. We also recommend a periodic inspection of the deck
surface under the walking belt. If the deck appears worn, contact our service department.
Use the following timetable as a guide to lubricate the deck:
•
Light user (less than 3 hours/week) annually
•
Medium user (3-5 hours/week) every six months
•
Heavy user (more than 5 hours/week) every three months
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Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM
CAUSE
CORRECTION
Treadmill will not start
Not plugged in
Plug into three prong grounded outlet.
Safety pull pin not inserted.
Insert safety pull pin.
Treadmill circuit breaker tripped.
Reset circuit breaker.
Elevation not accurate
Out of calibration.
Re-calibrate unit.
Speed not accurate
Out of calibration.
Re-calibrate unit.
Set in wrong units.
Change units.
Walking belt slips
Walking belt loose.
Adjust walking belt tension. (See page 26)
Walking belt not centered
Walking belt tension not centered
across the rear roller.
Adjust walking belt tension. (See page 26)
Heart rate not displayed
(using chest strap)
Transmitter not making good contact
with skin.
Moisten skin contact area on the chest strap, or
turn chest strap upside down.
Electromagnetic interference.
Turn off any television, microwave or computer
within 6 feet (2 meters) of treadmill.
Treadmill squeaks
Pivot points need lubrication.
Lubricate pivot points.
Treadmill will not fold up
Incline not set to zero
Power up machine and set incline to zero. If
incline can not be set to zero, calibrate machine.
Locating The Circuit Breaker On Your Treadmill:
The breaker is near the front of the treadmill and near the power cord.
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Warranty
Warranty
Who Is Covered
This warranty is valid only to the original purchaser and is not transferable or applicable to any other person(s).
What Is Covered
Nautilus, Inc. warrants that this product is free from defects in materials and workmanship, when used for the purpose intended, under normal conditions, and provided it receives
proper care and maintenance as described in the Product’s Assembly and Owner’s manual. This warranty is good only for authentic, original, legitimate machines manufactured by
Nautilus, Inc. and sold through an authorized agent and used in the United States or Canada.
Terms
• Fifteen years on frame. Ten years on drive motor. Two years on all other parts. One year on electronics. Labor is covered for one year from date of original purchase.
(Labor support does not include the installation of replacement parts involved in the initial product assembly and preventative maintenance services.)
How Nautilus Will Support the Warranty
Throughout the terms of the warranty coverage, Nautilus, Inc. will repair any machine that proves to be defective in materials or workmanship. Nautilus reserves the right to replace
the product in the event a repair is not possible. When Nautilus determines replacement is the correct remedy, Nautilus may apply a limited credit reimbursement toward another
Nautilus, Inc. brand Product, at our discretion. This reimbursement may be prorated based on length of ownership. Nautilus, Inc. provides repair service within major metropolitan
areas. Nautilus, Inc. reserves the right to charge the consumer for travel outside these areas. Nautilus, Inc. is not responsible for dealer labor or maintenance charges beyond the
applicable warranty period(s) stated herein. Nautilus, Inc. reserves the right to substitute material, parts or products of equal or better quality if identical materials or products are
not available at the time of service under this warranty. Any replacement of the product under the terms of the Warranty in no way extends the original Warranty period. Any limited
credit reimbursement may be prorated based on length of ownership. THESE REMEDIES ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE REMEDIES FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
What You Must Do
•
Retain appropriate and acceptable Proof of Purchase.
•
Operate, maintain, and inspect the Product as specified in the Product Documentation (Assembly, Owner’s Manuals, etc.).
•
Product must be used exclusively for the purpose intended.
•
Notify Nautilus within 30 days after detecting an issue with the Product.
•
Install replacement parts or components in accordance with any Nautilus instructions.
•
Perform diagnostic procedures with a trained Nautilus, Inc representative if requested.
What Is Not Covered
•
Damage due to abuse, tampering or modification of the Product, failure to properly follow assembly instructions, maintenance instructions, or safety warnings as stated in the
Product Documentation (Assembly, Owner’s Manuals, etc), damage due to improper storage or the effect of environmental conditions such as moisture or weather, misuse,
mishandling, accident, natural disasters, power surges.
•
A machine placed or used in a commercial or institutional setting. This includes gyms, corporations, work places, clubs, fitness centers and any public or private entity that
has a machine for use by its members, customers, employees or affiliates.
•
Damage caused by exceeding maximum user weights as defined in the Product’s Owner’s manual or warning label.
•
Damage due to normal usage and wear and tear.
•
This warranty does not extend to any territories or countries outside the United States and Canada.
How to Obtain Service
For Products purchased directly from Nautilus, Inc. contact the Nautilus office listed on the Contacts page of the products Owner’s manual. You may be required to return the
defective component to a specified address for repair or inspection, at your expense. Standard ground shipping of any warranty replacement parts will be paid by Nautilus, Inc. For
products purchased from a retailer, you may be asked to contact your retailer for warranty support.
Exclusions
The preceding warranties are the sole and exclusive express warranties made by Nautilus, Inc. They supersede any prior, contrary or additional representations, whether oral or
written. No agent, representative, dealer, person or employee has the authority to alter or increase the obligations or limitations of this warranty. Any implied warranties, including
the WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY and any WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, are limited in duration to the term of the applicable express warranty
provided above, whichever is longer. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Limitation of Remedies
EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW, THE PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY IS LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY COMPONENT DEEMED BY
NAUTILUS, INC. TO BE DEFECTIVE UNDER THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS STATED HEREIN. IN NO EVENT WILL NAUTILUS, INC. BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL,
INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR ECONOMIC DAMAGES, REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OF LIABILITY (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, PRODUCT LIABILITY, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
TORT) OR FOR ANY LOST REVENUE, PROFIT, DATA, PRIVACY OR FOR ANY PUNITIVE DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE USE OF THE FITNESS MACHINE EVEN IF
NAUTILUS, INC. HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. THIS EXCLUSION AND LIMITATION SHALL APPLY EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL
PURPOSE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL TYPE DAMAGES SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU.
State Laws
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
Expirations
If the warranty has expired, Nautilus, Inc. may assist with replacements or repairs to parts and labor, but there will be a charge for these services. Contact a Nautilus® office for
information on post-warranty parts and services. Nautilus® does not guarantee availability of spare parts after expiration of warranty period.
International Purchases
If you purchased your machine outside of the United States consult your local distributor or dealer for warranty coverage.
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