SportsArt E872MA Owner Manual

SportsArt E872MA Owner Manual
ICARE E872MA
Elliptical Trainer Owner’s Manual
Sports Art Industrial Co., Ltd.
TUV-CERT ISO 9001/9002/14000 Certified Quality Products
2013.01.15
ICARE E872MA OWNER’S MANUAL CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ..............................................................................
2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................................................................
3. LIST OF PARTS ...............................................................................
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4. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT ..........................................................
STEP 1 Secure the Pedestal................................................................
STEP 2 Install the Safety Key Mechanism...........................................
STEP 3 Install the Moving Parts ..........................................................
STEP 4 Install the Supports and Handlebars ......................................
STEP 5 Install the Stationary Handlebars ..........................................
STEP 6 Install the Stoppers and Covers .............................................
STEP 7 Install the Footplates ..............................................................
STEP 8 Move the Product into Place ..................................................
STEP 9 Level the Product ..................................................................
STEP 10 Install the Power Cord ..........................................................
STEP 11 Fuse Replacement Instructions ............................................
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5. PREPARE FOR A WORKOUT ........................................................
PREPARATIONS Secure the Safety Straps ........................................
PREPARATIONS Access Adjustment Controls ...................................
PREPARATIONS Adjust Handlebars ..................................................
PREPARATIONS Keep Clear of Moving Parts ...................................
PREPARATIONS Avoid Pinching ........................................................
PREPARATIONS Prevent Unauthorized Operation ...........................
PREPARATIONS Use Safety Features ..............................................
PREPARATIONS Use the ICARE E872MA Checklist ........................
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6. UNDERSTAND THE ICARE E872MA DISPLAY .............................
DISPLAY Overview ..............................................................................
DISPLAY Specifications .......................................................................
DISPLAY Windows ...............................................................................
DISPLAY Keys ......................................................................................
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7. OPERATE THE PRODUCT .............................................................
OPERATION Quick Start .....................................................................
OPERATION Start a Workout Program ...............................................
OPERATION Cool Down .....................................................................
OPERATION Workout Programs .........................................................
OPERATION User Preferences and Component Versions...................
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8. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION ................................................
HEART RATE Telemetry ......................................................................
HEART RATE Contact .........................................................................
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9. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE .......................................................
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10. MAINTENANCE .............................................................................
MAINTENANCE Error Messages ........................................................
MAINTENANCE Infrared Sensor Angle Adjustment ............................
MAINTENANCE Lubrication ................................................................
MAINTENANCE Cleaning the Glide Rails ...........................................
MAINTENANCE Schedule ...................................................................
MAINTENANCE Task List (Elliptical Trainers) .....................................
MAINTENANCE One-Year Maintenance Log ......................................
MAINTENANCE Electronics Block Diagram ........................................
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1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the SportsArt ICARE E872MA physical rehabilitation elliptical trainer. Made through a partnership between Madonna ICARE and
SportsArt Fitness, this product was built specifically for physical rehabilitation.
Before this product is assembled or operated, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with this manual. Understanding the correct methods of assembly
and operation will help ensure that exercisers obtain their goals safely and
successfully.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Safety was an important consideration in the design of the SportsArt Fitness ICARE
E872MA elliptical trainer. However, during the use of this physical rehabilitation
elliptical trainer, you must pay careful attention to the safety.
●● Please read the instruction manual before assembly and operation. Also, please
note the following safety precautions:
●● For safety, operate this product only as instructed, and install only SportsArt parts
onto this product.
●● Assemble and operate the elliptical trainer on a solid, level surface; DO NOT use
it outdoors or near water.
●● Check the elliptical trainer before every use. Make sure all parts are assembled,
and all fasteners are tightened. DO NOT use the elliptical trainer if the unit is not fully
assembled.
●● Wear proper workout clothing; DO NOT wear loose clothing. DO NOT wear
shoes with leather soles or high heels. Tie all long hair back. Do not go barefoot on
this product.
●● Please keep away from moving parts. Do not place hands on any moving or
operating parts. The product may not stop immediately if foreign objects block
moving parts.
●● Before turning off the power, please let this physical rehabilitation elliptical trainer
stop completedly. Do not unplug the power cord during operation.
●● Do not rock this product. Please be careful in mounting and dismounting
the unit.
●● If this product is damaged in any way, stop operating it. If this product has
any issue or is broken, notify the SportsArt service department.
●● DO NOT use accessories or parts that are not specifically recommended
by the manufacturer. Such parts might cause injuries or cause the unit to
fail.
●● Never drop or insert any object into any opening of the product.
●● Please operate this product in an area with good air circulation. Keep it
away from chemicals and flammable items. Keep it far from sprinklers and
damp areas.
●● All users must be supervised at all times while using this product.
●● Children should never be allowed to play on or near the product.
●● Maximum user weight for this product is 205 kg, 450 lb.
●● This product requires an adequate power outlet and power supply of
20A/110VAC (for 10A/220V). Do not use the power strip with multiple power
cords plugged in nor use an extension cord for this product. Keep the power
cord free from hot surfaces.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (CONTINUED)
●● Inproper grounding presents a shock hazard. If you have any questions, have a qualified electrician inspect the power supply outlet for proper
grounding.
●● Please do not attempt to modify the power cord. Adequate power supply
must be provided. If the plug does not match the outlet, have a qualified
electrician inspect and modify the power supply.
●● Before using this product, secure the safety straps in place. Hold the
handles and stand erect.
●● Use the safety key when operating this physical rehabilitation elliptical
trainer.
●● After exercising, please pull the power cord from the power outlet. To
avoid the risk of electrical shock, remove the power cord from the power
outlet before cleaning or performing maintenance work.
Warning
●● If you feel any pain or abnormal sensation, STOP YOUR WORKOUT
and consult your physician immediately. Work within your recommended
exercise level. DO NOT work to exhaustion. Before beginning any exercise
program, you should consult with your doctor. It is recommended that you
undergo a complete physical examination. DO NOT step onto the highest
footplate first. While holding onto supports for stability, step onto the lowest
footplate.
●● Only qualified technicians are permitted to contact electrical components,
for instance, circuit boards. This product can carry an electrical charge even
when the product is not in use and the power cord has been removed from
the power source. After turning off the product, wait for five minutes before
disconnecting the power cord from the power outlet. Only after taking such
precautions should one remove the cover and contact components.
Note:
●● Heart rate values are for reference only and may show some variations
or inaccuracies. Excessive exercise can cause serious injuries and even
death. If you feel uncomfortable or experience abnormal physical symptoms, please immediately stop exercising and consult a physician.
●● This equipment has 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.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (CONTINUED)
●● For French speakers in North America, please note that there is a sticker
in the owner’s manual. Please adhere the sticker (right) onto the product as
shown. The sticker will not be placed in manuals sent to other areas.
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2. CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ
La sécurité a été un facteur important dans la conception de la machine
elliptique SportsArt Fitness ICARE E872MA pour la réadaptation physique.
Toutefois, lors de l’utilisation de cette machine elliptique pour la réadaptation physique, vous devez porter une attention particulière à la sécurité.
●● Lisez le manuel d’instruction avant le montage et l’utilisation. Prenez note aussi
des précautions suivantes :
●● Par mesure de sécurité, utilisez cet appareil uniquement selon les instructions, et
n’installez que des pièces détachées SportsArt sur ce produit.
●● Assemblez et utilisez ce produit sur une surface solide et plane, ne l’utilisez
JAMAIS à l’extérieur ou à proximité de l’eau.
●● Vérifiez la machine elliptique avant chaque utilisation. Assurez-vous que toutes les
pièces sont assemblées, et que toutes les fixations sont bien serrées. N’UTILISEZ
PAS la machine elliptique si l’appareil est démonté de quelque façon.
●● Portez des vêtements de séance d’entraînement. NE PORTEZ PAS de vêtements
amples. NE PORTEZ PAS de chaussures avec des semelles en cuir ou avec des
talons hauts. Attachez les cheveux longs. Ne marchez pas pieds nus sur ce produit.
●● Tenez vous à l’écart des pièces en mouvement. Ne mettez jamais la main sur
les pièces en mouvement ou en fonctionnement. Le produit pourrait ne pas s’arrêter
immédiatement si un objet bloque des pièces en mouvement.
●● Avant de mettre l’appareil hors tension, veuillez arrêter d’utiliser la machine elliptique. Ne tirez pas sur le cordon d’alimentation pendant le fonctionnement de la machine.
●● Ne vous basculez pas d’un côté à l’autre sur ce produit. Soyez prudent
lorsque vous montez et descendez de la machine.
●● Si ce produit est endommagé de n’importe quelle façon, arrêtez de
l’utiliser. Si ce produit a un problème ou est en panne, contactez le service
après-vente de SportsArt.
●● N’UTILISEZ PAS des accessoires qui ne sont pas spécifiquement recommandés par le fabricant. Ces pièces pourraient provoquer des blessures ou
endommager la machine.
●● Ne laissez jamais tomber et n’introduisez jamais d’objet dans les ouvertures.
●● Utilisez ce produit dans un endroit bien aéré. Tenez le à distance de
produits chimiques et de matières inflammables. Gardez-le loin des extincteurs automatiques et des zones humides.
●● Les enfants, les patients, les personnes handicapées et les personnes
non familières avec ce produit doivent être supervisées.
●● Les enfants doivent être surveillés par des adultes pour les empêcher de
jouer sur ou à proximité du produit.
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2. CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ (SUITE)
●● Le poids maximum de l’utilisateur pour ce produit est de 205kg, 450lbs
●● Ce produit nécessite une prise de courant adéquate et une alimentation
de 20A/110VAC (pour 10A/220V). N’utilisez pas le cordon d’alimentation
pour tirer ou déplacer ce produit. Gardez le cordon d’alimentation loin des
surfaces chaudes.
●● Une prise de terre inadéquate peut causer un risque d’électrocution. Si
vous avez des questions, demandez à un électricien qualifié d’inspecter la
prise de courant et la prise de terre.
●● N’essayez pas de modifier le cordon d’alimentation. Une alimentation
adéquate doit être fournie. Si la fiche ne correspond pas à la prise, demandez à un électricien qualifié d’inspecter et de réviser le cordon d’alimentation.
●● Avant toute utilisation, attachez bien les sangles de sécurité. Tenez les
poignées et tenez-vous droit.
●● Utilisez la clé de sécurité lorsque vous utilisez cette machine elliptique.
●● Après l’exercice, débranchez la fiche d’alimentation de la prise de courant. Pour éviter tout risque de décharge électrique, débranchez le cordon
d’alimentation de la prise de courant avant de nettoyer ou d’effectuer des
travaux d’entretien sur la machine.
Avertissement
●● Si vous ressentez une douleur ou une sensation anormale, ARRETEZ
VOTRE SEANCE D’ENTRAINEMENT et consultez votre médecin immédiatement. Travaillez au sein de votre niveau d’exercice recommandé. NE
TRAVAILLEZ PAS jusqu’à l’épuisement. Avant de commencer tout programme d’exercice, vous devriez consulter votre médecin. Il est recommandé de faire un examen physique complet. NE MONTEZ PAS sur la plaque
d’appui la plus haute en premier. En vous tenant à des supports pour la
stabilité, montez sur la plaque d’appui la plus basse.
●● Seuls les techniciens qualifiés sont autorisés à toucher les composants
électriques, par exemple, les cartes de circuits imprimés. Ce produit peut
être soumis à une charge électrique même si le produit n’est pas utilisé et le
cordon d’alimentation a été débranché. Après avoir éteint le produit, attendez cinq minutes avant de débrancher le cordon d’alimentation de la prise
de courant. Seulement après avoir pris de telles précautions peut-on retirer
le couvercle et toucher les composants électriques.
Remarque :
●● Les valeurs de fréquence cardiaque sont fournies à titre indicatif et peuvent présenter des variations ou des inexactitudes. L’exercice excessif peut
provoquer des blessures graves, voire mortelles. Si vous vous sentez mal
à l’aise ou ressentez des symptômes physiques anormaux, arrêtez immédiatement l’exercice et consultez un médecin.
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2. CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ (SUITE)
●● Cet équipement a été testé et jugé conforme aux limites établies pour un
dispositif numérique de classe B, conformément à la partie 15 de la réglementation FCC. Ces limites sont conçues pour fournir une protection raisonnable contre les interférences nuisibles dans une installation résidentielle.
Cet équipement génère, utilise et peut émettre une énergie de fréquence
radio et, s’il n’est pas installé et utilisé conformément aux instructions, peut
causer des interférences nuisibles aux communications radio. Cependant,
il n’existe aucune garantie que des interférences ne se produiront pas dans
une installation particulière.
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3. LIST OF PARTS
Assembly Parts
No.
A1
Name
Main body
Qty. No.
Name
Qty.
1
A6
Right roller cover
2
A1a Left handlebar
1
A7
Left roller cover
2
A1b Right hadlebar
1
A8
Support tube, left
1
A2
Stationary handlebar
1
A9
Support tube, right
1
A2a Saftey key assembly
1
A10 Footplate set
2
A3
Pedestal cover, left
and right
1
A11
Safety straps
2
A4
Joint cover, left
1
A12 Hardware kit
2
A5
Joint cover, right
1
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Components in the Hardware Kit
No.
Qty.
Specification
10
Mushroom top inner hex screw
Spring washer
Washer
6
6
6
M10*P1.5*L25
M10
D21*d10.5*t1.5
11
Stride adjustment linkage cover
2
12
Hex nut
Stopper
2
2
M10*P1.5
ø30-30
13
Phillips screw
4
M4*L12
14
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
4
4
M8*P1.25*L25
M8
15
Mushroom top Phillips screw
6
M4*L16
16
Screw insert
3
Spare
Spring clip
Flat washer
Phillips screw
Secondary roller bolt
Self lubricating bushing
Guide roller
L-shaped Allen wrench
L-shaped Allen wrench
T-shaped Allen wrench
Double open-end wrench
Double open-end wrench
Screwdriver handle
Screwdriver bit
2
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Spare
Spare
Spare
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18
Name
10
D13*d4.7*t1.0
M5*P0.8*L12
øD9.96*L54
D23*L45
M4
M5
M6
(8*17)
(14*15)
Green
Phillips and flat
Notes
Components on the Product
No.
Name
Specification
Phillips screw
M4*P0.7*L8
Inner hex screw
Flat washer
Inner hex screw
Handlebar washer
Mushroom top inner hex screw
Spring washer
Inner hex screw
Handlebar washer
5/16”*L2-1/4 inch
D20*d8*t2.0
M6*L15
D20*d7*t2.0
M8*L15
M8
M6*L15
D20*d7*t2.0
26
Phillips screw
M5*P0.8*L15
27
Mushroom top Phillips screw
M5*P0.8*L12
28
Mushroom top Phillips screw
M5*L16
29
Phillips screw
M4*P0.7*L8
30
Phillips screw
Flat washer
M5*P0.8*L12
D13*d4.7*t1.0
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22
23
24
25
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4. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT
Follow instructions below to assemble this product. Note that in this manual
the words “left” and “right” are used to refer to the product and its parts. As
such, these designations correspond to the “left” and “right” sides of a person
in position to exercise on this product. Also, for brevity, the word “screws” is
used where screws, washers, and other hardware may be involved.
STEP 1 Secure the Pedestal
Please follow instructions (a) through (b) to secure the pedestal.
(a) Lift the pedestal (A1).
(b) Secure screws (10) in sequence. Secure screws in area A, followed by
those in area B. Then secure screws in area C, followed by those in area D.
(a)
(b)
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STEP 2 Install the Safety Key Mechanism
Follow instructions (a) through (c) to install the safety key mechanism.
(a) Separate the safety key mechanism (A2a) upper and lower covers. Use
screws (15) to secure the lower cover onto the main body (A1). Insert screw
insert (16) into the square hole. Connect wires and tuck them downward to
avoid pinching them.
(b) Hold the upper cover onto the safety key mechanism (A2a) and use
screws (15) to secure it into place.
(c) After securing the safety key mechanism, unwrap the wire and secure the
remote control device on the hook on the display lower cover.
(a)
(b)
(c)
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STEP 3 Install the Moving Parts
Follow instructions (a) through (e) to install the moving parts.
(a) Remove screws (21) from the stride arm attached to the main frame (A1).
(b) Once slip the glide rail into (Part A), then place the pedal carriage lightly
on the glide rail support.
(c) Connect the guide roller (18) on the bottom of the glide rail. (Please note
the direction to insert the screw is from outside to inside)
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STEP 3 Install the Moving Parts
(d) Separate the roller covers (A7). Snap them together into place on the
product. Then secure them with screws (21).
(e) On the left side of the product, remove the screw (22) from the stride
adjustment linkage. Place the stride adjustment linkage into place on the
bushing, and use the screw (22) to secure it into place. Then press the stride
adjustment linkage cover (11) into place. Carry out the same procedure on
the right side of the product as well.
Warning: Consult the manual and follow all assembly instructions
carefully. Please note that incorrect assembly may present a
danger to the exerciser, will damage the elliptical and void the
warranty.
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STEP 4 Install Supports and Handlebars
Follow steps (a) through (c) to secure the support tubes and horizontal
handlebars into place.
(a) Remove support tube screws (23)(24) from the main frame (A1).
(b) Insert left and right support tubes (A8,A9) onto the axle area and base,
and loosely secure them into place with screws (23,24).
(a)
(b)
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STEP 4 Install Supports and Handlebars, Continued
(c) Attach horizontal handlebars (A1a,A1b) onto the rotator axle, then push the
sleeves on both handlebars inward. Align the screw holes on the handlebars
and tighten up the screws (14) to the rotator axle. (Note: The left sleeve is
longer and the right sleeve is shorter.)
(Note: Make sure that horizontal handlebars can rotate as shown in the
illustration with the check mark, not as shown in the illustration with the X
mark).
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STEP 5 Install the Stationary Handlebar
Follow instructions (a) through (c) to install the stationary handlebar and
secure the support tubes.
(a) Remove screws (25) from the left and right support tubes (A8,A9). Insert
the stationary handlebar (A2) into place on the support tubes. Use screws
(25) to secure them. Fully secure screws in area A.
(b) Remove
screws (26)
from the
sides of
(a)
the left and
right support
tubes
(A8,A9).
Snap axle
covers (A4,
A5) into
place on
the left and
right sides.
And use
screws (26)
to secure
them.
(c) After
securing
screws in
area B, slide
support
covers down
onto the
base.
(c)
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STEP 6 Install Stoppers and Covers
Follow steps (a) through (c) to install glide rail stoppers and covers.
(a) Screw stoppers (12) into place on both glide rails.
(b) Remove screws (27) from the frame (A1).
(c) Snap pedestal covers (A3) together on the unit. Loosely secure screws
(27), followed by screws (13). After all screws are in place, secure them.
(a)
(b)
(c)
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STEP 7
Install the Footplates
Follow steps (a) through
(d) to install footplates.
(a) Remove screws (28)
(30) from the footplate
mount on the pedal
carriage and cushions
as shown.
(b) Set the footplate
mount onto the cushion
and secure the screws
(30). Follow the same
procedure on both
sides.
STEP 7 Install the Footplates, Continued
(c) Detach and lift the front and back part of the footplate cushion without
detaching the center
(c)
(area A). Use screws
(28) to secure the
footplate onto its mount
on the pedal carriage.
Secure area B first, then
secure area C. Insert
the nibs on the cushion
through the holes in the
footplate. Make sure
that the nibs protrude
through the footplate
(A10).
(d) Note the proper
(d)
direction of the safety
straps.
If
installed
incorrectly, the safety
straps
will
hang
downward. Safety straps
should face upward.
Secure the safety straps
onto the sides of the
pedal carriage.
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STEP 8 Move the Product into Place
There are two techniques for moving this product.
(a) One person: Grip the front base of the product and lift upward, then push
the product into location for use. Be careful to avoid pinching fingers when
setting the product down.
(b) Two people: Have one person grip the front base of the product while
the other person grips the support tubes (A8, A9). With both people lifting
and stabilizing the unit, roll it into place for use. Be careful to avoid pinching
fingers when setting the product down.
(a)
(b)
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STEP 9 Level the Product
For the user’s safety and the proper functioning of the product, this elliptical
trainer must sit level on a flat floor. If necessary, adjust the levelers by following
instructions (a) through (c) below.
(a) Loosen the leveler nut.
(b) Rotate the leveler foot downward so it firmly touches the floor.
(c) To secure this position, secure the leveler nut upward against the product
frame.
(a)
(b)
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(c)
STEP 10 Install the Power Cord
First, remove screws (29) from the power connector on the product. Insert
the power cord plug into the connector on the product. Use screws (29) to
secure it into place. Then insert the other end of the power cord into a proper
power socket. This completes the assembly process of the ICARE E872MA
elliptical trainer.
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STEP 11 Fuse Replacement Instructions
If the electrical current becomes excessive, the fuse on this product will
break to protect other components. In this situation, follow instructions below
to replace the fuse.
(a) Press the fuse cap inward.
(b) Rotate the cap counterclockwise.
(c) The fuse and its cap will pop outward.
(d) Remove the damaged fuse from its cap.
(e) In its place insert a new fuse.
(f) Insert the fuse and cap into place.
(g) Rotate it clockwise until it secures into place.
Fuse specifications: 110V = 12 Amp, A(F); 220V = 7 Amp, A(F)
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5. PREPARE FOR A WORKOUT
PREPARATIONS Secure Safety Straps
When using the product, wrap safety straps from the back toward the front ,
around the user’s ankle, and secure it into place.
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PREPARATIONS Access Controls
Resistance level and stride adjustments can be made via keys on the display
and switches on the handles. The switch on the left handle controls resistance
level functions. The switch on the right handle controls stride functions.
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PREPARATIONS Adjust Handlebars
(a) To adjust the angle of the horizontal handles, lift the handle lock
mechanism, and rotate the horizontal handles.
(b) After adjusting the position of the handles, release the handle lock
mechanism to secure them into this position.
(a)
(b)
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PREPARATIONS Keep Clear of Moving Parts
This product has moving parts that could be a danger to people and animals.
During use, do not insert hands or other objects into the stride adjustment
slot, the opening in the rear cover, or other areas in which such action might
present a hazard.
PREPARATIONS Avoid Pinching
To avoid injury, do not put hands, fingers, or other objects between the display
and the moving handles. During operation, the handles move, possibly
pinching fingers against the display housing.
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PREPARATIONS Prevent Unauthorized Operation
To prevent unauthorized use of this product, follow instructions below.
Remove a screw from beneath the safety mechanism. This allows for the
removal of the safety key. When the safety key is not in place, the prdouct
cannot be operated.
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PREPARATIONS Use Safety Features
Safety mechanisms are built into this product to prevent accidents by stopping
the equipment quickly when unexpected incidents or sudden changes occur.
When the safety features are activated, the exercise window will show
“SAFETYKEY STOP”. At this time, the product will stop operating. If the
ICARE program has been activated, the ICARE motor will stop operating.
Safety key: The safety key (see right)
includes a clip, a cord, and a contact
point. Place the clip on the user’s
clothes. When the contact point is
detached from the safety key base,
the unit will stop operating. Place the
contact back into place on the base
to allow normal operation.
Emergency stop knob: Another safety
feature is the emergency stop knob
(see right). To stop the unit suddenly,
press the emergency stop knob
downward 1 . To allow for normal
operation, turn the knob clockwise 2 .
Infrared sensor: The infrared sensor
(shown below) will detect objects from
area A to area B. When something,
enters this range, the sensor will
detect the object and stop the unit.
When the object is removed from
the area, the unit can be operated
normally.
A
B
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PREPARATIONS Use the ICARE E872MA Checklist
Caution is required during the use of this product. Please note the following.
CAUTION: Risk of injury to persons. To avoid injury, use extreme caution
when stepping onto or off of footplates. Read the instruction manual before
using this product.
CAUTION: Risk of injury to persons. Before using the ICARE E872MA
system, rotate the footplates. Read the instruction manual before using this
product.
WARNING: Remove the remote control (or safety key, or the passcode, as
applicable) when not in use, and store out of reach of children.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, read and understand all the
instructions before using this product.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from moving parts, unplug the unit
before servicing.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, unplug the unit before
cleaning or servicing the product.
Before the use of this product, please inspect the situation for safety. Confirm
each item in the checklist below before activating the equipment.
ICARE E872MA Product Activation Checklist
No. Item
1
2
3
4
Confirmed
All wires are connected firmlly.
The power switch bracket is in place
securely.
A physical therapist is present to instruct
the user and operate the equipment.
The unit has sufficient power supply
(20A/110VAC or 10A/220VAC); a proper
power outlet is available; only one unit is
connected to an outlet; an extension cord
is not being used.
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Not
Confirmed
6. UNDERSTAND THE ICARE E872MA DISPLAY
DISPLAY Overview
The ICARE E872MA elliptical trainer is designed for user convenience. With
better feedback about your workout, you get better results. The following
explains the display key and window functions. Please read this manual,
understand the display functions, and thereby get optimum enjoyment and
benefit from this product.
Pulse LED
Weight
Actual
loss target heart rate
heart rate
Cardio
target
heart rate
Workout
goal keys
Setting
window
Workout
illustration
window
Goal
completion
window
Resistance
level
window
Workout
program
keys
Numeric
setting
keys
Exercise
feedback
window
SPM
setting
window
Madonna ICARE wired
remote control device
SPM
setting dial
Stride
Length
Adjustment
Note: The USB port in this product provides 5V 500mA for charging iPod
devices, cameras, cell phones, and other consumer electronic products.
Note: Third generation or newer iPod products support USB power charging.
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DISPLAY Specifications
●● Workout level (resistance level): 1 - 20
●● Time: 0:00 - 99:00
●● Distance: 0.00 - 9999 km or mile
●● Calories: 0.0 - 9999 kcal
●● Calories per hour: 0.0 - 9999 kcal
●● Programs: MANUAL, RANDOM, VARI-STRIDE, CARDIO/WT LOSS,
INTV, PLATEAU, ICARE, CUSTOM HR
●● Heart rate range: 40 – 250 beats per second
●● Strides per minute (SPM): 5 – 120 (Range shown)
●● Watts: 0 – 9999
●● Total strides (accumulated stride count): 0 – 9999
●● Stride length: 18 - 29 inch (470 - 730 mm); default: 21 inch, 540 mm
●● ICARE target SPM: 15 - 65 (Default setting: 25 SPM)
DISPLAY Windows
●● Cardio Advisor™ shows heart rate goals, WT LOSS 65% and CARDIO
80%, and actual heart rate (center).
●● The exercise feedback window shows usage prompts and workout information.
●● The workout illustration window shows workout program illustrations.
●● The Green Energy - Output Ratio window shows energy output as a ratio
of the maximum output for that particular fitness product.
●● The work level window shows the present resistance level.
●● The setting window shows setting values and workout goal values.
●● ICARE wired remote window shows steps per minute (SPM) and prompts.
DISPLAY Keys
Display key functions are introduced briefly below.
QUICK START – Press this key to start exercising without first entering age, weight,
and other user information. In QUICK START mode, time values accumulate. During
pause mode, press this key to resume the workout.
TIME – Press this key to make time your workout goal.
DISTANCE – Press this key to make distance your workout goal.
CALORIES – Press this key to make calories your workout goal.
ENTER – After making a selection, press this key to confirm your choice.
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DISPLAY Keys (Continued)
0 – 9 numeric keys – Press these keys to directly input numbers, rather than
pressing ▲/▼ keys.
Decimal key – Press this key to insert a decimal point into setting values.
▲/▼ keys – Press these keys to adjust settings up or down. Hold these keys to
change settings more quickly.
CLEAR – When inputting setting values, press this key to delete previous setting
values back to 0.
MANUAL – This key allows you to directly control resistance, via resistance
keys.
VARI-STRIDE – This workout program automatically changes stride. Exercisers
can select maximum stride.
PLATEAU – This workout program gradually increases in difficulty, plateaus, then
tapers off, in a 20-60-20 pattern.
RANDOM – Press this key to select one of an almost endless number of randomly
generated workout programs.
INTERVAL – Press this key to select one of three interval programs: 1:1, 1:2, 2:2.
Numbers represent minutes. For example, the 1:1 interval program consists of one
minute of rest, followed by one minute of work.
ICARE – Press this key to activate the Madonna ICARE physical rehabilitation
program.
WT LOSS – A heart rate control program, the weight loss workout is designed to
keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for losing weight. Resistance settings
change automatically to maintain a target heart rate calculated by the formula
(220-AGE)*0.65.
CARDIO – A heart rate control program, the cardio conditioning workout is designed
to keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for cardio conditioning. Resistance
settings change automatically to maintain a target heart rate calculated by the
formula (220-AGE)*0.8.
CUSTOM HR – This heart rate control program allows you to set your own target
heart rate.
WORKOUT LEVEL/SPM ▲/▼ – Press this key to change resistance/SPM settings.
Settings change by one level or one SPM each time the key is pressed.
STRIDE LENGTH ▲/▼ – Press this key to change stride settings. Settings change
by one value each time the key is pressed.
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DISPLAY Keys (Continued)
STOP/PAUSE/HOLD TO RESET – During a workout, press this key to pause.
Workout information will stop accruing. Current workout information will continue
to appear, along with the message “PAUSED” & ”PRESS START TO RESUME”.
There is a 10 minute pause limit. Remaining inactive after 10 minute period, display
will reset and return to startup banner screen. To resume the workout, press the
QUICK START key. During a pause in a workout, press the STOP/PAUSE/HOLD
TO RESET key to enter the cool down mode. During the cool down mode, press
the STOP/PAUSE/HOLD TO RESET key to enter workout summary. ACCU DATA
values will appear. While ACCU DATA values appear, press the STOP/PAUSE/
HOLD TO RESET key to see the “SELECT PROGRAM” prompt. When not in a
workout, hold this key for two seconds to return to the startup banner screen.
FAN – Press this key to activate the fan. There are four settings: low, medium, high,
and off.
CHANGE DISPLAY – This key controls the exercise feedback window, which
has two rows: The top row shows CALORIES, DISTANCE, TIME, STRIDES/MIN;
the bottom row shows CAL/HR, STRIDE LENGTH, WATTS, TOTAL STRIDES.
Corresponding LEDs light to indicate the active row of exercise feedback. When the
SCAN indicator is lit, one row of exercise feedback appears for six seconds, then
the other row appears for six seconds. Press the CHANGE DISPLAY key to toggle
between scan and lock modes and top and bottom feedback row views.
ICARE DIAL – On the ICARE remote control device there is a dial. Turn the dial
clockwise to increase the step per minute (SPM) goal. Turn the dial counterclockwise
to decrease the SPM goal. During a workout, Press the dial to pause the workout.
Press QUICK START key on the display to resume.
7. OPERATE THE PRODUCT
There are two ways to start operating this product, either through the QUICK START
mode or through a workout program.
OPERATION Quick Start
Press the QUICK START key to start exercising immediately, without inputting any
user information. In QUICK START mode, resistance begins at level 1; stride length
begins at 21 inches; calorie and other information is based on a 165 lb. (75 kg)
user. In QUICK START mode, resistance and stride settings can be modified at any
time.
OPERATION Start a Workout Program
To obtain more accurate calorie counts and target heart rates, operate the product
via a workout program as follows:
1. Press a workout program key (MANUAL, RANDOM, VARI-STRIDE, CARDIO/
WEIGHT LOSS, INTV, PLATEAU, ICARE, CUSTOM) to select a workout.
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OPERATION Start a Workout Program (Continued)
2. “SELECT GOAL” will appear on the exercise feedback window. There are three
types of workout goals: TIME, DISTANCE, and CALORIE. Press the key of your
preferred workout goal.
●● The TIME setting range is from 5:00 to 99:00, with a default value of
30:00. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press
the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to input your age.
●● The DISTANCE setting range is from 0.1 to 99.99 miles or kilometers,
with a default value 2.0 miles (3.0 kilometers). Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric
keys (0-9) to makedecimal point key to enter decimal points, such as 12.5
or 0.25. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to input
your age.
●● The CALORIE setting range is from 100 to 9999 kCal, with a default
value of 700 kCal. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting and proceed to the age
setting.
3. The age setting range is from 10 to 99, with a default value of 35 years old. Use
▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press the ENTER key to
confirm your setting and proceed to the weight setting.
4. The weight setting range is from 50 to 450 lb. (20 to 205 kg), with a default setting
of 165 lb. (75 kg). Use ▲/▼keys or numeric keys (0-9) to make your selection. Press
the ENTER key to confirm your setting.
Follow prompts to begin your workout. Please refer to OPERATION Workout
Programs for information about specific workout programs.
Note that during workouts the workout goal will appear in the setting window.
A different workout program can be activated simply by pressing the other
workout program key. The workout goal will remain the same, and progress
toward the workout goal will continue to accrue.
OPERATION Cool Down
Once the workout goal (time, distance, or calorie expenditure) has been
obtained, or when the user presses the STOP/PAUSE/HOLD TO RESET
key, the product will enter a two-minute cool down period. The display will
count down from two to zero. When the countdown reaches zero, the cool
down period will end. The message “ACCU DATA” will appear, along with
accumulated workout information, including total time, distance, calorie
expenditure, and average heart rate.
Either wait until all the workout data has appeared, or press the STOP/
PAUSE/HOLD TO RESET key, after which the “SELECT PROGRAM”
prompt will appear. After the ICARE program has been completed, the cool
down mode will not begin. “ACCU DATA” will immediately appear.
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OPERATION Workout Programs
The following explains features of the workout programs.
MANUAL
This program allows you to manually control resistance. In manual mode,
simply press LEVEL ▲/▼ keys to control resistance.
RANDOM
This program provides a near infinite number of randomly generated workouts. A
new workout illustration appears each time the RANDOM key is pressed.
VARI-STRIDE
In this program, stride length changes automatically during a 20-minute, 30-minute,
or 40-minute workout session. After the program is activated, “1-20 2-30 3-40” will
appear. Press corresponding numerical keys (1, 2, or 3) to select a workout duration.
Then press ▲/▼ keys to set your maximum stride length. Range is 25 – 29 inch
(630 – 730 mm), with a default setting of 25 inch (630 mm). Then press the ENTER
key to confirm your choice.
CARDIO/WEIGHT LOSS
In these heart rate control programs, the resistance level will automatically change
to keep the exerciser’s pulse at the optimum rate for achieving his or her fitness
goals. Target heart rates are calculated based on a standard “maximum” heart rate
for the exerciser’s age. The weight loss target heart rate is calculated at 65% of the
maximum heart rate: (220 – age)*65%. The cardio target heart rate is calculated at
80% of the maximum heart rate: (220 – age)*80%.
After a heart rate control workout is activated, a heart illustration will appear on the
dot matrix screen. As the exerciser’s actual heart rate approaches the target heart
rate, the color of the heart illustration will alternate betwen red and green.
Once the exerciser begins to exercise, a red dot and a green line will appear on the
lower part of the screen. The red dot represents the recommended RPM; the green
line represents actual RPM. Try to maintain an RPM even with the red dot.
Resistance will start at level 1. The default RPM is 50. If the actual RPM is 5 rotations
below the recommended rotation rate for 25 seconds, “SPEED UP” will appear on
the exercise feedback window.
A telemetry heart rate transmitter must be worn during heart rate control programs.
If no heart rate signal is received at the display, the message “NO HEART RATE
READING, PLEASE CHECK TRANSMITTER” will appear, and resistance will not
change automatically.
After the workout is completed, the cool down mode will begin.
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
INTV
There are three interval programs: 1:1, 1:2, 2:2. Each interval program includes two
segments, a work segment and a rest segment. Because you determine resistance
for both segments, your work segment could be the first or the second segment,
depending on your preference.
Interval 1:1 indicates one segment of one minute in duration, followed by a second
segment of one minute in duration. Interval 1:2 indicates one segment of one minute
in duration, followed by a second segment of two minutes in duration. Interval 2:2
indicates one segment of two minutes in duration, followed by a second segment of
two minutes in duration.
Each time the INTERVAL key is pressed, one of the three interval programs will appear.
When your preferred interval program appears, press the ENTER key to activate that
program. Then follow prompts to set the interval segment resistance settings. After
you begin exercising, the resistance level of any segment can be changed. Simply
press LEVEL ▲/▼ keys during the segment to do so. The new resistance level will
then become the resistance level each time that segment is activated.
PLATEAU
Resistance levels in this workout gradually increase, level off, then gradually decrease.
The first and last segments of this workout each occupy 20% of the workout. The
middle segment occupies 60% of the workout. Follow prompts to establish your
workout goal.
20%
60%
20%
ICARE
The ICARE workout is designed specifically for the physical rehabilitation of severely
deconditioned patients. Press the ICARE key to activate this program. Then follow
instructions below to operate this program.
1. The prompt “PASSCODE: _ _ _ _” will appear. Press numeric keys (0 through 9)
to enter your four-digit passcode. Then press the ENTER key to confirm your choice.
(The message “INVALID PASSCODE” will appear if the passcode is incorrect.) The
default ICARE passcode is 0 0 0 0. See other details section below for changing the
passcode.
2. Establish the motor operating direction by pressing ▲/▼ keys to toggle between
forward and reverse rotation modes. While your choice, either “GOING FORWARD”
or “GOING REVERSE” appears on screen, press the ENTER key to confirm your
selection.
3. Establish the workout goal time setting by pressing ▲/▼ keys to select a workout
goal time value. While your preferred workout goal time value appears on screen,
press the ENTER key to confirm your choice.
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
4. Establish the steps per minute (SPM) range limit as follows. When “ENTER SPM
RANGE” appears on the exercise window, press ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0
through 9) to adjust the SPM range. While your preferred SPM range limit appears
on screen, press the ENTER key to confirm your choice. (SPM range: 0 - 10.)
Note: Any time after Passcode entry, pressing the “QUICK START” key will bypass
the program setting steps and start the program with default values.
The message “PROGRAM STARTING” will appear on the display. A “3, 2, 1”
countdown-to-start will appear. Then the motor will begin to operate. The target
SPM will appear on the display. The target is from 15 to 65 SPM, with a default of
25 SPM.
Press WORKOUT LEVEL/SPM ▲ or WORKOUT LEVEL/SPM ▼ to adjust the
TARGET SPM. (The WORKOUT LEVEL window will not light up.)
The SPM target value will change color to indicate workout conditions as follows:
●● Red indicates that the actual SPM value is less than the target SPM.
●● Orange indicates that the actual SPM value is equal to the target SPM
but less than the target SPM+the SPM range limit
●● Green indicates that the actual SPM value is equal to the goal SPM but
greater than or equal to the target SPM+SPM range limit.
At the end of the ICARE workout, a “REVIEW SUMMARY” will appear. Explanations
of summary messages follow. Each X represents one numerical digit.
●● AVE SPM: XX = average SPM
●● TIME/ORANGE: XX MIN = minutes spent at the target (orange) SPM
●● TIME/GREEN: XX MIN = minutes spent in the green SPM range
●● AVE S.LENGTH: XX = average stride length
●● TOL STRIDES: XXX = total strides
Press the STOP key to return to the “SELECT PROGRAM” prompt.
Other details about the ICARE program follow:
●● The default ICARE passcode is 0 0 0 0. The passcode can be changed.
To change the passcode, during the passcode entry procedure, simultaneously press and hold “WORKOUT LEVEL/SPM ▲”+ “WORKOUT LEVEL/
SPM ▼”+ “CHANGE DISPLAY”. The exercise window will show “NEW
CODE: _ _ _ _”. Press numerical keys (0 through 9) to enter a new passcode. Then press the ENTER key to confirm your choice and return to the
passcode entry procedure.
●● During ICARE program operation, CALORIES, CAL/HR, and WATT values will not appear on the display.
●● During Pause, pressing “QUICK START” key to resume, a “3, 2, 1” countdown-to-start will appear. Then the motor will begin to operate.
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
●● For safe operation, the motor will not start unless the SPM is less than 5 when
ICARE first starts. If the SPM is greater than 5, a message “STAND STILL UNTIL ICARE STARTS” will appear. Make sure you stand still and hold on to the
handrail to get ready for motor starting.
CUSTOM
A heart rate control program, CUSTOM allows you to determine your target heart
rate. The CUSTOM heart rate setting range is 84 to 199 beats per minute, with
a default setting of 120 beats per minute. Upon entering this workout, “ENTER
TARGET HR” will appear on the exercise feedback screen. The default setting,
120, will flash. Use ▲/▼ keys or numeric keys (0-9) to increase or decrease your
target heart rate. Press the ENTER key to confirm your setting. Follow prompts
to establish speed and begin your workout.
OPERATION User Preferences and Component Versions
Basic settings determine units of measure and show total distance and time,
along with display and drive board program version numbers. To access
this information, at the startup banner screen, hold the ENTER key for three
seconds.
UNITS
The display will show “UNIT – MILE” or “UNIT – KM” depending on the original
distance unit setting. Press ▲/▼ keys to toggle between the two settings. When
your preference appears, press the ENTER key to make your selection.
TOTAL DISTANCE
According to the speed unit setting, total distance will appear as either “DIST
– XXXXXX MILE” or “DIST – XXXXXX KM”, where XXXXXX represents a
number. Press the ENTER key to view total time.
TOTAL TIME
Total time of use will appear as “TIME – XXXXXX HOUR”, where XXXXXX
represents a number. Press the ENTER key to view the total kilowatts produced..
DISPLAY PROGRAM VERSION
The display program version will appear as “CTL XE872MAH – XX”, where XX
represents either letters or numbers. Press the ENTER key to view the drive
board program version.
DRIVE BOARD PROGRAM VERSION
The drive board program version will appear as “DRV E872MA - XX”, where XX
represents either a letter or a number. Press the ENTER key to view the remote
control program version.
REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAM VERSION
The wired remote control program will display its version “LINE VERSION-XX”,
where XX represents either letters or numbers.Press ENTER key to exit. At any
time during the basic setting protocol, press the STOP key to exit the procedure
and return to the startup banner screen.
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OPERATION Wired remote message display instruction
●● While the machine is in Pause mode, wired remote SPM setting window will
display “-PAUSE-”.
●● When the safety key is removed, wired remote SPM setting window will
display “
”.
8. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION
Heart rate detection functions are selected at the time of purchase. Not every
product has every type of heart rate detection. The following explains factors
that influence the performance of two of the most common types of heart rate
detection devices.
HEART RATE Telemetry
The words “telemetry heart rate” refer to the detection of heart rate via a device
worn on the exerciser and transmitted over the air to a circuit board built into
the product. Telemetry heart rate devices are commonly worn on the exerciser’s
chest, where the pulse is strongest and relatively easy to detect.
The following explains conditions that affect the performance of the telemetry
heart rate function in all fitness products.
●● The telemetry heart rate transmitter emits a wireless 5 kHz signal that is harmless to the human body. Inside the transmitter is a 3 V battery (CR2032). If the
battery voltage is too low, either the reception distance shortens or there will be
no reception whatsoever.
●● Secure the telemetry heart rate transmitter on your chest so that it stays in
place without making you feel uncomfortable. Moisten the skin for better contact.
●● Because the telemetry heart rate signal varies in strength from 20 Hz to 20
KHz, environmental interference can block signal reception. Physical vibration
and electronic devices, including stereos, TVs, and even fluorescent lights, can
interfere with signal reception. For best results, install fitness products in an area
free from such interference.
●● Space fitness products apart by at least 39 inches (100 cm) to avoid having
the heart rate value from one exerciser appear on a neighboring fitness product.
HEART RATE Contact
The words “contact heart rate” refer to the detection of the heart rate via sensors
on the fitness product. By holding the sensors, the exerciser can view his or her
heart rate on the product display. Like telemetry heart rate, contact heart rate
can be influenced by several factors. The following list includes some of these
factors.
●● A weak pulse makes it difficult to detect heart rate.
●● Low systolic blood pressure makes it difficult to detect heart rate.
●● Dry, course palms impede heart rate detection. For best results, moisten your
palms. But do not apply hand lotion immediately prior to your workout, because
hand lotion can gum up the contact pads.
Heart rate devices built into this fitness product are not medical devices. Heart
rate values are for reference only. Do not use them for medical diagnostic or
treatment work.
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CAUTION: Heart rate detection and transmission devices have been known to
interfere with the operation of pacemakers, possibly endangering human life. If you
have a pacemaker, exercise under your doctor’s supervision; take a test to ensure
your safety during the simultaneous use of the pacemaker and heart rate detection
devices. The use of such devices must be undertaken at your own risk.
Note that in dry areas in particular, static electricity can interfere with unit operation
and shock people. To discharge static electricity from your body, touch something
else before touching metal on the fitness product.
9. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE
HOW HARD SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Studies show that to benefit from aerobic
exercise, people need to maintain a certain
heart rate during their workouts. Your heart rate
training zone depends on your age and fitness
level.
The darkened area in the chart to the right
represents the recommended heart rate
training zone for people of various ages. It was
calculated by taking 220 minus age in years, multiplied by 65% and 80%. The area
between those values is the heart rate training zone.
CAUTION: Heart rate training zones are generalizations and may not suit every
person. Always check with your physician to understand what heart rate goal would
be appropriate for you.
HOW LONG SHOULD I EXERCISE?
The duration of your workout must depend on your fitness level. In general, it is
recommended that you maintain a heart rate within your training zone for at least
15 to 20 minutes to experience the benefits of aerobic exercise. Beginners should
always start out slowly and gradually increase the duration and intensity of their
workouts. As your fitness level improves, you will be able to maintain a heart rate
within the training zone for longer periods of time.
When you begin your workout, use the first several minutes to warm up. Then slowly
increase the intensity of your workout to bring your heart rate into your training zone.
At the end of your workout, gradually decrease your workload. Then exercise lightly
to cool down.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I EXERCISE?
Research indicates that to achieve the greatest benefit, people should exercise
three to five times per week. It is important to allow sufficient time, at least 24 hours,
for your body to recover after exercise.
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10. MAINTENANCE
Maintenance topics are presented below in the following order: error
messages, lubrication of the shoulder area, lubrication of the stride area,
glide rail cleaning, maintenance schedule, task list, one-year maintenance
log, and electronics block diagram.
MAINTENANCE Error Messages
The following messages can appear on this product for diagnostic purposes.
- - - (Three flashing lines) - Indication: The unit is entering the energy saving
mode. The main display will shut off, and keys will remain lit. To reactivate
the unit, press a key or exercise on it.
ERROR 1 - Indication: The ICARE E872MA motor is operating but no speed
sensor signal is detected. Under this condition, the ICARE E872MA motor
will not operate.
ERROR 2 - Indication: The ICARE E872MA motor is experiencing a current
overload. Under this condition, the ICARE E872MA motor will not operate.
ERROR 7 - Indication: The stride mechanism is not calibrated properly.
Contact a certified SportsArt technician. The technician will need to either
calibrate or replace the stride mechanism.
ERROR 8 - Indication: There is a communication issue between the drive
board and the display. Only after normal communication resumes will the
unit operate properly.
ERROR 14 - Indication: The ICARE E872MA motor is overheated. Only after
the ICARE E872MA motor cools will the unit operate.
MAINTENANCE Infrared Sensor Angle Adjustment
For safety, this product is equipped with an infrared sensor. If the user falls
into the path of moving parts, the sensor is designed to shut off the ICARE
E872MA motor.
The position of this sensor may occassionally require adjustment. If the LED
on the front sensor extinguishes, follow instructions (a) through (c) to align
the infrared sensor.
(a) To access the sensor, remove the pedestal base covers (A3).
(b) A: Loosen but do not remove screws on the side of the infrared sensor.
(Continued on the folllowing page)
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MAINTENANCE Infrared Sensor Angle Adjustment, Cont.
Rotate the angle of the sensor. B: Loosen but do not remove screws on the
top of the infrared sensor. Rotate the angle of the sensor. Once the LED
lights, tighten the screws to secure the sensor into place.
(c). Install and secure the pedestal base covers (A3).
(a)
(b)
A
B
(c)
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MAINTENANCE Lubrication
Please follow instructions (a) through (h) to lubricate the product.
(a) Remove the cap that covers the lubrication hole.
(b) Use an automobile grease gun to apply red lithium bearing grease into
the zerk fitting on the product.
(c) After applying lubricant, detach and remove the grease gun.
(d) Insert the cap back into place.
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e) Push in at point A, and slide upward to remove the lubrication hole cover.
(f) Press the stride up key to adjust the stride to its longest point. Note the
grease fitting at area B.
(g) Use an automobile grease gun with red lithium grease. Apply the grease
to the zerk fitting on the product.
(h) Put the cover back into place, pushing inward at step 3 and downward at
step 4, as shown below. Note that point A provides the best contact surface
on the lubrication hole cover.
(e)
(f)
(h)
(g)
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MAINTENANCE Cleaning the Glide Rails
Clean the glide rails once a day as follows:
(a) Use a clean, lint-free cloth to wipe dust and debris off the glide rails.
(b) Operate the product to inspect it and to determine where dirt might remain
on the glide rails.
(c) Repeat steps (a) and (b) two or three times to ensure smooth movement.
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MAINTENANCE Schedule
Area
Day
Week Month Quarter Year
Notes
1
2
Exterior
Screws
Clean
Inspect and
secure loose
parts.
3
Glide
rail
Rollers
Wipe away dirt
and debris.
Apply silicone
lubricant.
Apply bearing
grease.
Lubricate with
original 66A
lubricant.
4
5
6
Stride
motor
Cushion
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MAINTENANCE Task List (Elliptical Trainers)
Like cars, fitness products require maintenance. Regular maintenance extends
product life, and failure to maintain products can void the manufacturer’s
warranty. Copy the maintenance log sheet, and record maintenance work
for each fitness product.
Daily tasks
1. Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of Simple Green®
all-purpose cleaner and water, to thoroughly clean the product exterior.
2. Inspect parts for looseness, and secure all loose screws. Make sure that
the product is safe for operation. If safety issues arise, place an “Out of
Order” sign on the product, and call for service.
3. Wipe dirt and debris off the glide rails. Use a clean, lint-free towel,
dampened with a mixture of Simple Green® all-purpose cleaner and water.
Weekly tasks
1. Clean rollers. Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of
Simple Green® all-purpose cleaner and water. Apply a small amount of
silicone lubricant onto the rollers.
Yearly tasks
1. Apply grease to the stride mechanism.
2. Apply SportsArt 66A lubricant to the cushion.
Caution
●● Please follow standard safety precautions when working on this product.
●● Electronic components can carry an electrical charge even after the product has been turned off. For safety, turn off unit power. Wait five minutes to
allow capacitors to discharge. Then disconnect the power cord from the wall
socket (if applicable). Only after such steps have been completed should
covers be removed and electronic components accessed.
●● Do NOT use cleaners with alcohol, ammonia, or other damaging chemicals. The use of such chemicals can damage the product and void the warranty. Never spray or pour any liquid directly onto the product. Doing so can
damage electronic components and void the warranty.
●● This product has moving parts that can be hazardous. Exercise caution
when maintaining, operating, or moving this product.
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MAINTENANCE One-Year Maintenance Log
Facility:_______________________ Supervisor:____________________
Product model number:__________ Serial number:_________________
Start date: ____________________ End date:_____________________
Daily Tasks
Completed
Weeks 1-7
Weeks 8-14
Weeks 15-21
Week 22-28
Daily Tasks
Completed
Week 29-35
Week 36-42
Week 43-49
Week 50-52
Weekly Tasks Weeks 1-7
Completed
Weeks 8-14
Weeks 15-21
Weeks 22-28
Weekly Tasks Weeks 29-35
Completed
Weeks 35-42
Weeks 43-49
Weeks 50-52
Monthly tasks 1
Completed
2
Quarterly Tasks
Completed
Quarter 1
Yearly Tasks
Completed
Year 1
3
4
5
Quarter 2
6
7
8
Quarter 3
9
10
11
12
Quarter 4
Notes: __________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________
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MAINTENANCE Electronics Block Diagram
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MAINTENANCE ICARE E872MA with E872MU and E872MP
The ICARE E872MA physical rehabilitation elliptical trainer is also compatible with
the ICARE E872MU body support systerm and the ICARE E872MP platform.
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