SportsArt E876 Owner Manual

SportsArt E876 Owner Manual
E876 OWNER’S MANUAL CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ..............................................................
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3. WARNING LABLE POSITION .......................................................
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4. LIST OF PARTS ............................................................................
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5. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT ..........................................................
STEP 1 Install the Main Frame ..........................................................
STEP 2 Install the Moving Parts ........................................................
STEP 3 Install the Support Tubes .......................................................
STEP 4 Install the Stationary Handlebar ..............................................
STEP 5 Install the Console ..............................................................
STEP 6 Install the Pedals ..................................................................
STEP 7 Install the Pedestal Covers ....................................................
STEP 8 Move the Product into Place ..................................................
STEP 9 Level the Product ...................................................................
STEP 10 Ground Wire .......................................................................
STEP 11 Beware of Moving Parts ......................................................
STEP 12 Essential Functions Guide .................................................
STEP 13 Battery Switch ....................................................................
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6. UNDERSTAND THE E876 DISPLAY ............................................
DISPLAY Overview ...........................................................................
DISPLAY Console Panel ...................................................................
DISPLAY Windows Display ................................................................
DISPLAY Specifications .....................................................................
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7. OPERATE THE PRODUCT ...........................................................
OPERATION Safe Operating Area ...................................................
OPERATION Safely Get On/Off ........................................................
OPERATION Proper Workout Position ...............................................
OPERATION Start Screen ................................................................
OPERATION Quick Start ...................................................................
OPERATION User Setting Procedure ...............................................
OPERATION Workout Programs .......................................................
OPERATION During Exercise ...........................................................
OPERATION Cool Down ...................................................................
OPERATION Stop Exercise ..............................................................
OPERATION Workout Summary .......................................................
OPERATION Idle Mode .....................................................................
OPERATION Energy Smart Function ................................................
OPERATION User Parameter Setting ...............................................
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8. ABOUT HEART RATE DETECTION .............................................
HEART RATE Telemetry ...................................................................
HEART RATE Contact ......................................................................
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E876 OWNER’S MANUAL CONTENTS
9. GUIDELINES FOR EXERCISE .....................................................
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10. MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................
MAINTENANCE Safety Precautions .................................................
MAINTENANCE Error Messages .......................................................
MAINTENANCE Messages ................................................................
MAINTENANCE Lubrication ...............................................................
MAINTENANCE Lubrication Procedure ..............................................
MAINTENANCE Cleaning the Glide Rails ..........................................
MAINTENANCE Schedule ................................................................
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11. ACCESSORIES .............................................................................
ACCESSORIES Standard ...................................................................
ACCESSORIES Option .....................................................................
ACCESSORIES MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receivers ............
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12. APPENDIXES .............................................................................
APPENDIXES Specifications .............................................................
APPENDIXES Electronics Block Diagram .........................................
APPENDIXES Exploded Diagrams.....................................................
APPENDIXES Disassembly ...............................................................
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1. INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on the purchase of a high quality SportsArt product, the E876
Elliptical trainer. Constructed of high quality materials and designed for years of
reliable performance, this product was made for full commercial use.
Before this product is assembled or operated, we recommend that you familiarize
yourself with this manual. Understanding the correct assembly and operation of
this product will help ensure that exercisers obtain their fitness goals safely and
successfully.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Your SportsArt elliptical trainer was designed and built for optimum safety.
However certain precautions apply whenever you use your elliptical trainer.
Please read the entire manual before assembly and operation. Also, please
note the following safety precautions:
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lease read the instructions carefully and install the elliptical trainer as
instructed.
● Assemble and operate the elliptical trainer on a solid, level surface. DO
NOT use 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 disassembled in any way.
● Keep your hands away from moving parts.
● 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.
● Be careful when mounting and dismounting the unit.
● The elliptical trainer may or may not stop immediately if an object
becomes caught or impedes normal motion.
● Do not use accessories or parts that are not specifically recommended
by the manufacturer (SportsArt). Such parts might cause injuries or
cause the unit to fail and void the warranty. We are not responsible
for any safety issue that arises due to the misuse of accessories or
parts. At the same time, we will terminate the warranty terms of this
equipment.
● Close supervision is necessary when this elliptical trainer is used by, on,
or near children 12 or younger, invalids, or disabled persons.
● Use this elliptical trainer only for its intended use as described in this
manual.
● Never operate this elliptical trainer if it has been damaged in any way.
If it is not working properly, or has been dropped or damaged, contact
your dealer.
● Keep all air ventilation areas free of blockage.
● Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
● DO NOT operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or
where oxygen is being administered.
● The general user weight limit for this elliptical trainer is 150kg (330lb).
● Contact your SportsArt representatives on all materials damaged
in shipment. (Note: Shipping damages are the responsibility of the
carrier.)
● Unpack and verify contents of boxes according to the list of parts to
check if any parts are missing.
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2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (CONTINUED)
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his elliptical trainer is not intended for use by persons (including
children 12 or younger) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of this elliptical
trainer by a person responsible for their safety.
● Children 12 or younger should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play on or near the product.
● Maintenance and repair must be performed by trained service personnel
only. Improper maintenance would not only damage the machine, but
may also may present a danger to the exerciser.
● Warning that any of the adjustment devices that could interfere with the
user’s movement should not be left projecting.
● To reduce the risk of injury from moving parts of electric shock, unplug
before cleaning or servicing.
● WARNING — This stationary training equipment is not suitable for high
accuracy purposes.
Caution
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. While holding onto supports for
stability, step onto the lowest footplate.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in
a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If the user desires to correct such interference, it is at the
user’s own expense.
Warning
Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercise may
result in serious injury or death. If you feel faint, stop exercise immediately.
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3. WARNING LABLE POSITION
If you are in a Non-English speaking country, you can attach the warning
label to the console panel as shown, otherwise, you can also stick it on a
place where is clear and obvious. (please use the French version label in
French-Speaking areas in North America, and the label will not be included
in the other regions.)
Note: Depending on the model, the appearance of the console is different,
but the labeling position is the same.
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4. LIST OF PARTS
Assembly Parts
No.
Name
Qty. No.
Name
Qty.
A1 Main frame
1
A8
Right roller cover
1
A2 Right pedal
1
A9
Left joint cover
1
A3 Left pedal
1
A10 Right joint cover
1
A4 Left support tube
1
A11 Pedestal cover B
1
A5 Right support tube
1
A12 Pedestal cover E
1
A6 Console
1
A13 Stationary handlebar
1
A7 Left roller cover
1
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4. LIST OF PARTS (CONTINUED)
TOOLS KIT
No.
Name
Qty.
10
Inner hex screw
Spring washer
Washer
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6
6
11
Stride adjustment linkage cover
2
Hex nut
Stopper
Secondary roller bolt
Self-lubricating bushing
Secondary 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
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2
2
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Specification
Notes
M10*P1.5*L25
M10
D21*d10.5*t1.5
M10*P1.5
Ø30-30
D9.96*L67
D58*t23
M4
M5
M6*L108
8mm*17mm
14mm*15mm
black
Flat and Phillips
Pre-Installed Hardware
No.
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25
26
27
28
29
30
31
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Name
Specification
Phillips screw
M4*P0.7*L8
Inner hex screw
Flat washer
Inner hex screw
Handlebar washer
Mushroom top inner hex screw
Flat washer
Spring washer
Inner hex screw
Handlebar washer
Phillips screw
Mushroom top Phillips screw
Pedestal cover
Inner hex screw
Mushroom top philips screw
Mushroom top Phillips screw
Inner hex screw
5/16”*L2-1/4” half
D20*d8*t2.0
M6*L15
D20*d7*t2.0
M8*L15
D17*d8.3*t2
M8
M6*L15
D20*d7*t2.0
M5*P0.8*L15
M5*0.8*L16
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M8
M4*L12
M5*0.8*L15
M5*L16
Notes
5. ASSEMBLE THE PRODUCT
STEP 1
Install the Main Frame
(a) Unfold the main frame (A1) and make it stand.
(b) Secure screws (10) to the main frame.
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STEP 2
Install the Moving Parts
Follow instructions (a) through (f) to install the moving parts.
(a) Remove screws (21) from the pedal arm attached to the main frame (A1).
(b) Slip the glide rail into (area A), then gently place the pedal carriage on the
glide rail support.
(c)Connect the guide roller (13) on the bottom of the glide rail. (NOTE: insert
the axle from the outside to the inside.)
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STEP 2
Install the Moving Parts (Continued)
(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. (Note: Carry out the
same procedure on the right side of the product as well.)
(f) Secure the stopper (12) to the front side of the glide rail on both sides of
the product.
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.
(d)
(e)
(f)
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STEP 3
Install the Support Tubes
Follow steps (a) through (b) to install the support tubes.
(a) Remove support tube screws (23) (24) from the main frame (A1).
(b) Insert left and right support tubes (A4,A5) into the axle area and base,
and loosely secure them into place with screws (23) (24)
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STEP 4
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 stationary handlebar (A13). Insert the
stationary handlebar (A13) into place on the support tubes, and secure
them with screw (25).
(b) Remove screws (26) from the sides of the left and right support tubes
(A4) (A5). Snap joint covers (A9) (A10) together from top to bottom, and
use screws (26) to secure them.
(c) Tightly secure screws in (area B), and insert the support tubes into the
base frame by a straight downward push.
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STEP 5
Install the Console
Follow instructions (a) through (c) to install the console.
(a) Remove screws (27), then pull the pedestal cover (28) upward and remove
it.
(b) Connect the cables of the console to the pedestal, and then secure the
console into place with screw (29).
(c) Connect the cables of the main frame to the cables of the console (A6),
and then tuck the cables back into the pedestal.
NOTE: Do not unpack the cables if the console is not secured.
(b)
(a)
A6
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28
28
27
(c)
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STEP 6
Install the Pedals
Follow instructions (a) through (d) to install the pedals.
(a) Vertically split the right pedal (A2) with upper and lower halves, and then
remove the non-slip pads on it. Repeat the same step with the left pedal.
(b) Install the lower half of the right pedal (A2) at a tilt angle as shown below,
and then press it into place. Repeat the same step with the left pedal.
(c) Secure the lower half of the right pedal with screw (31), and be sure to secure the screws in the rectangular frame shown in figure (c) first. Repeat
the same step with the left pedal.
(d) Align the upper half of the right pedal to the lower half, and secure them
with screw (32), then install the non-slip pads to the upper half of the right
pedal. Repeat the same step with the left pedal.
(a)
(b)
A2
A2
(c)
(d)
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STEP 7
Install the Pedestal Covers
Follow instructions (a) through (b) to install the pedestal covers.
(a) Insert the pedestal cover (28) to the console at a tilt angle as shown
in figure (a), and then place the pedestal cover onto the mount by a
downward push. Once it is locked completely, secure it with screw (27),
and then secure the pedestal cover E (A12) with screw (30).
(b) Insert the pedestal cover B (A11) to the base frame at a tilt angle as
shown in figure (b), and then engage the pedestal cover B with pedestal
cover E (A12). Once it is locked completely, fix it firmly in position by an
upward push.
(a)
1
2
1
28
2
28
27
30
(b)
A11
A11
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A12
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 . 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.
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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.
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STEP 10 Ground Wire
In order to avoid electric shock and current leaking, the additional ground
wire is provided in the product.
For safety, please connect this wire between the machine and the ground
actually.
Assembly Instruction: As shown in the picture, please screw the ground
wire to the frame and the other end to the ground of the room.
The picture below is for your reference.
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STEP 11 Beware of Moving Parts
This product has moving parts that could be a danger to people and
animals.
During use, do not put hands or other objects into the stride adjustment
slot, the rear cover opening, or other areas in which such action might
present a hazard.
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STEP 12 Essential Functions Guide
LENGTH: Adjust the distance between two successive placements of the
same foot.
RESISTANCE: Adjust the weight or force you need to place on the pedals
to push them.
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STEP 13 Battery Switch
Before start using make sure that the battery switch on the unit is
turned on.
0-1. The unit can generate its own power. The battery is a backup powersource
in case of insufficient power which may cause the unit fail to work.
0-2. Give E876 a proper charge for a minimum of 2 hours before using it for
the first time after finished assembling the unit.
0-3. The battery lasts 1.5 years after fully charged the first time. Battery life
varies by use
0-4. To prevent your battery from draining, turn the unit all the way off when
not in use for an extended period of time.
Specification of Battery Charger:
(1) Input voltage: AC100-240V, 50/60Hz
(2) Output voltage: 33 V
(3) Rated Output Current: 1.9A
(4) Output connector: DC:2.1,
(5) Diameters & specifications of the plug:
Outside diameter: 5.5mm / inside diameter: 2.1mm.
Potential: positive inside, negative outside.
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6. UNDERSTAND E876 LCD DISPLAY
DISPLAY Overview
In this chapter, you will learn how to use and set up the console of your
elliptical trainer. Please read the entire manual prior to using the elliptical
trainer to get the best exercise efficiency and enjoy your workout.
DISPLAY Console Panel
No.
Title
1
LCD Window
Function
Display the data of “ RESISTANCE,TIME,
DISTANCE, HEART RATE, CALORIES ”.
2
GOAL Select Area
Options: TIME, DISTANCE,CALORIES.
3
STRIDE▲/▼
4
PROGRAMS Select Area
Press this key to change stride settings.
Settings change by one value each time
the key is pressed
MANUAL, INTERVAL, PLATEAU, RANDOM, VARI-STRIDE, FIT TEST, CUSTOM
HR, WT LOSS CARDIO.
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ENTER
After entering data, press <ENTER> to
confirm.
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QUICK START
Skip the program selection and setting to
start training instantly.
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DISPLAY Console Panel (Continued)
No.
Title
7
QR code and NFC
tag
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USB Port
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SA WELL+ Device
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RESISTANCE+ -
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Function
(1) Without the SA WELL+: Only link to
SPORTSART website when scanning the
QR CODE and NFC label.
(2) With the SA WELL+: Use the APP on
your mobile scanning the QR CODE and
NFC label to connect to the elliptical trainer to your personal exercise records.
Used for software updates but can also
be used as a charging port.
Data management(This function is only
available if you purchase SA WELL+)
Press <RESISTANCE +/-> to set the resistance.
Press these keys to directly input numeric
Numeric Keypad
values.
CHANGE DISPress this key to switch the message on
PLAY
the LCD display window.
Fan Speed Switch- Cycles thru 3 different fan speeds.
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TV WIRELESS
Change volume and TV audio channel
AUDIO RECEIVER (in conjunction with MYE option)
Control Area
Press this key to wake-up the console
Wake Button
panel.
Plug in the headphone to hear the sound
Headphone Port
from the TV WIRELESS AUDIO RECEIVER.
Press this key to stop the elliptical trainer;
STOP
Hold this key to return to the start screen.
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DISPLAY Window Display
No.
Function
1
Display the data of your heart rate value. (Displayed when
BOTH HANDS hold on the sensor.)
2
The WT LOSS 65% heart rate value.
3
Display the messages or the illustration.
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TIME : D
isplay the total time of the workout or the remaining
time to exercise.
TOTAL STRIDES : Display your total strides.
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RESISTANCE : Display your current resistance.
STRIDE LENGTH : Display your current stride length.
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The CARDIO 80% heart rate value.
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DISTANCE : D
isplay the total distance of the workout or the
remaining distance to exercise.
STRIDES/MIN : Displays your current SPM.
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CALORIES : D
isplay the calories you have burned during
the exercise.
CAL/HR : D
isplay the calories that you have burned per
hour.
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DISPLAY Specifications
Parameter
RESISTANCE
STRIDE LENGTH
CAL/HR
TIME
DISTANCE
CALORIES
SPM
HEART RATE
Spec.
1-40
17 - 29 inch (450 - 730mm)
0-9999 K-CAL
0:00-99:59 , 100-9999
0.00-9999 Mile/KM
(display maximum of 2 decimal places)
0-9999 K-CAL
5-150
35-255 bpm
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7. OPERATE THE PRODUCT
OPERATION
Safe Operating Area
(a) Safety clearance required as shown below. Do not allow people to be
near this area when operating.
(b) Noise emission under load is higher than without load.
600mm(23.6")
600mm(23.6")
600mm(23.6")
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OPERATION
Safely Get On/Off
(a) Place your feet on floor and then hold the handles to steady self while
stepping on the pedals as shown below.
(b) Wait until pedals come to a complete stop and then hold onto handles
for stability while carefully stepping off the elliptical.
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OPERATION
Proper Workout Position
(a) Proper workout position for user is shown below.
(b) Over exercising or improper workout form may result in serious injury.
(c) User can hold onto handles for stability when getting on or getting off
from the right/left side of the elliptical.
(d) This product is intended for exercise arms and legs.
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OPERATION Start Screen
Press the wake button (at the bottom right of the panel) or step on the
pedal to start the machine. After started, you will hear the BEEP sound
and see the start screen.
OPERATION Quick Start
QUICK START key is preset based on user 35 years old and weighs
75 kilograms (165 pounds). The program is preset at manual, and the
resistance is preset at 1.
OPERATION User Setting Procedure
The elliptical trainer measures your calories burned (based on weight),
target heart rate (based on age), total time, and total distance based on
your personal information that you have entered.
1. PROGRAM/GOAL Setting
(1) Select your desired program from PROGRAM menu and press
<ENTER>, and then proceed to workout goal setting.
(2) Select your target goal from GOAL menu and press <ENTER>, and
then proceed to set the goal values. (The program is preset at
MANUAL)
2. WORKOUT GOAL Setting
After entered goal-setting, the words “SELECT GOAL” will pop up on the
display. Select one of the following options to set as your target goal.
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OPERATION User Setting Procedure (Continued)
Pattern
Instruction
Select <TIME> as your workout goal, the <TIME> button light
will stay on and then proceed to time settings.
The range is 5 - 300 minutes with the default of 30 minutes.
Select <DISTANCE> as your workout goal, the <DISTANCE>
button light will stay on and then proceed to distance settings.
The range is 0.1 - 99.9 miles/kilometers with the default of 2.0
miles(3.0 kilometers).
Select <CALORIES> as your workout goal, the <CALORIES>
button light will stay on and then proceed to calories settings.
The range is 100 - 9999 kCal with the default of 100 kCal.
3. Age and Weight Setting
(1) AGE : The range is 10 - 99 years old with the default of 35 years old.
a. Window Display:
b. Press <RESISTANCE +/-> or number <0-9> to set your age.
c. Press <ENTER>to confirm and proceed to the weight settings.
d. You can also press <QUICK START> to start exercise directly
with the preset workout values or the system default.
(2) WEIGHT : The range is 50-500 lb. (20-227 kg) with the default of 165
lb. / 75 kg.
a. Workout Data Display:
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OPERATION User Setting Procedure (Continued)
b. Press <RESISTANCE +/-> or number <0-9> to set your
weight.
c. Press <ENTER>to confirm and enter PROGRAM settings.
d. You can also press <QUICK START> to start exercise directly
with the preset workout values or the system default.
OPERATION Workout Programs
You can choose the desired program from the PROGRAM menu located
at the bottom left corner of the display.
MANUAL:
The general mode. The resistance can be adjusted according to your own
preference.
INTERVAL:
Regularly alternate between high-intensity and low-intensity exercises.
(1) The program is a two-stage exercise (REST/WORK) and each has
different parameters of the time and the resistance. According to the
time ratio, there are three options in 1:1、1:2 and 2:2.
( For example: “1 : 2” means one minute for resting and 2 minutes for
workout.)
(2) Since it is a two-stage training, you can change the REST resistance
and memorize it when the program is executed, same as for WORK.
Next time, when work to the corresponding segment, it will operate
according to the last setting.
PLATEAU:
This program is to simulate to workout on the plateau, the change in
resistance is shown in the picture below. The first and the last segment
each accounts for 20% of the workout. The middle segment accounts for
60% of the workout.
20%
60%
20%
RANDOM:
The graphic pattern in RANDOM PROGRAM are generated randomly, and
the illustration shows differently each time.
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
VARI-STRIDE:
In this program, stride length changes automatically during a 20-minute,
30-minute, or 40-minute workout session. There are three programs: VARISTRIDE 20; VARI-STRIDE 30; VARI-STRIDE 40.
Each time the VARI-STRIDE key is pressed, one of the three programs will
appear. Press ENTER to select the desired program.
After selection, press ▲/▼ keys to set your maximum stride length when
display shows “MAX STRIDE - XXX”. Range is 25 - 29 inch (630 - 730mm),
with a default setting of 25 inch (630mm). Then press the ENTER key to
confirm your choice.
During program setting, you may press QUICK START to start the program
right away. The maximum stride length can be adjusted during exercising by
pressing STRIDE ▲/▼ keys.
FIT TEST:
The FIT TEST program is designed for physical fitness assessments. The
program is set with a time limit; therefore it is not restricted by the program
time limit setting at the engineering mode.
After you press the FIT TEST key, the display will show “STARTING TEST”
to begin this program. The test is divided into 4 segments of 3 minutes; it will
compare the actual Watts and the preset Watts in each segment and adjust
the resistance accordingly.
During the test, the Red dot in the dot matrix window represents the target
SPM and the orange dot represents the actual SPM. You want to match
the actual SPM to the targeted value. The best SPM range during test is
between 40SPM to 70SPM with targeted 50SPM. If the actual SPM is below
40SPM for more than 5 seconds, the display will ask you to “SPEED UP”
and if it is above 70SPM for more than 5 seconds, it will ask you to “SPEED
DOWN”.
Following conditions occurs will end this test program:
1. STOP key is pressed. 2. Program time ends.
3. Actual Heart Rate is > (220-Age) x 0.8 for more than 15 seconds.
4. No heart rate detected for more than 30 seconds.
5. The speed is slower than 60SPM or faster than 90SPM for more than 5
seconds.
The message will display “END OF FIT TEST” and “YOUR SCORE - XXX”.
(The max score is 100 and min is 0)
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OPERATION Workout Programs (Continued)
CUSTOM HR / WT LOSS / CARDIO:
The programs take control of resistance, keeping your heart rate within the
target zone.
(1) The target heart rate for each program is set as follows:
a. The user determine his/her target heart rate. The calculation does
not take into account of his/her age.
b. In this program, the resistance changes automatically to maintain the
target heart rate that is calculated by the formula (220-AGE) * 0.65.
c. In this program, the resistance changes automatically to maintain the
target heart rate that is calculated by the formula(220-AGE) *0.80.
(2) If you choose CUSTOM HR, the target heart rate value will need to be
set first. The range is 84-200 bpm with the default of 120 bpm.
(3) During exercise, if the machine cannot read your heartbeat signal,
it will display ” NO HEART RATE READING , PLEASE CHECK
TRANSMITTER” on your screen, and the resistance can be only
adjusted manually.
(4) Resistance will start at level 1, and the default is 50 RPM, your actual
heartbeat is detected at all times.
(5) During exercise, if the RPM is 5 revolutions below the recommended
step rate for 25 seconds, the window will show the message “SPEED
UP”, please speed up your steps to return to the previous screen.
OPERATION During Exercise
During exercise, you can switch to a different program using the same
WORKOUT GOAL(TIME/DISTANCE/CALORIES) by pressing a different
program key.
Please note it is not allowed to switch directly in the situation as below,
and the window will display the message ” SWITCHING NOT ALLOWED”.
(1) During MANUAL、INTERVAL、PLATEAU、RANDOM、VARISTRIDE、CUSTOM HR、WT LOSS、CARDIO program, it cannot be
switched to FIT TEST program.
(2) It is not allowed to switch to other programs during FIT TEST program.
OPERATION Cool Down
Once the goal(TIME、DISTANCE、CALORIES) has been achieved, it
will show the message” COOL DOWN ” on your screen. The machine will
enter a two-minute cool down period and count down from 2:00 to 0:00.
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OPERATION Stop Exercise
Press <STOP> during exercise, all the exercise data will stop
accumulating and keep the current value.
OPERATION Workout Summary
Press <STOP> or after cool down , it will show the message “REVIEW
SUMMARY” and your current workout status on the screen lasting for 15
seconds, then press <STOP> once again to return to start screen.
OPERATION Idle Mode
The machine will turn into power saving mode when there is no stepping
on the pedal or not been operated to the buttons for 30 seconds, and the
window will display “- - - -“ and continue to flash. To restart the machine,
please step on the pedal or press any button to return to start screen.
OPERATION Energy Smart Function
The machine will shut off automatically when there is no stepping on the
pedal or not been operated to the buttons for 2 minutes.
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OPERATION User Parameter Setting
Hold the <Change display > for 3 seconds to enter the user parameter
setting procedures; press the <STOP> key at any time to return to the start
screen.
Please refer to the following setting procedures:
(1) Metric System / Imperial Units Setting
The window will display KPH or MPH, press <RESISTANCE+/-> to
select the metric system or the imperial units, then press <ENTER > key to
confirm your setting and go to the next step.
(2) Display the Program Version
The window will show the version of each program, press
<RESISTANCE+/-> to view each program version, then press
<ENTER > and go to the next step.
Program Version Items:
(a) CTL SA_6 - xx à The program version of the control board.
(b) DRV C575_SG - xx à The program version of the drive board.
(c) SA WELL+ x.x.x à The program version of the SA WELL+ adapter.
(This function is only available if you purchase SA WELL+.)
(3) Display the Mileage
The window will show the message of DIST- xxxxxx KM or DIST- xxxxxx
MILE, press <ENTER > and go to the next step.
(4) Display the Total Time
The window will show the message “TIME- xxxxxx HOURS”, press
<ENTER > and go to the next step.
(5) Product Serial Number
The Window will show the message of “S/N xxxxxxxx” (as shown below),
press <ENTER > and go to the next step.
※ The number “1234567” in the picture represents the machine serial
number.
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OPERATION User Parameter Setting (Continued)
(6) Language Setting
The window will show the options of the coutries, press <RESISTANCE
+/-> key to select your language, then press <ENTER > to confirm and
go to the next step.
(7) Time Limit Setting
The window will show the message of “LIMIT”, press <RESISTANCE
+/-> key or numeric keypad to set the time, then press <ENTER > to
confirm and go to the next step.
If the time limit is set less than 5 minutes, this function is deactivated. The
setting range is 5-60 minutes.
(8) Turn on/off the Buzzer
The window will show the message of “BZ”, press <RESISTANCE +/->
key to turn on/off the buzzer, press <ENTER > to confirm and go back to
the start screen.
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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 products.
●● The telemetry heart rate transmitter emits a wireless 5 kHz signal that is
harmless to the human body. Keep a distance within 60cm between the heart
rate receptor and the transmitter to achieve stable connection.
●● If the battery is too low, the receiving distance may be shortened or there will
be no reception.
●● 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 the product in an area free
from such interference.
●● Space the product apart by at least 39 inches (100 cm) to avoid having the
heart rate value from one exerciser appear on a neighboring product.
HEART RATE Contact
The words “contact heart rate” refer to the detection of the heart rate via sensors
on the 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 product are not medical devices. Heart
rate values are for reference only. Do not use them for medical diagnostic
or treatment work.
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 product.
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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.
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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
This section covers maintenance topics, including instructions on replacing
a fuse and lubricating the walk belt, along with the presentation of a maintenance schedule, maintenance task list, one-year maintenance log, and
electronics block diagram.
MAINTENANCE Safety Precautions
●● Please follow standard safety precautions when servicing 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.
●● Unplug product and wait ten minutes before performing maintenance.
●● Do NOT use a damp towel to clean the product and do perform the following maintenances.
●● 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.
●● Use a clean, lint-free towel, dampened with a mixture of Simple Green®
all-purpose cleaner, to thoroughly clean the handlebar and the console.
●● This product has moving parts that can be hazardous. Exercise caution
when maintaining, operating, or moving this product.
●● Do not use accessories or parts that are not specifically recommended
by the manufacturer (SportsArt) . Such parts might cause injuries or cause
the unit to fail and void the warranty. We will not be responsible for any
safety issue that arises due to the misuse of accessories or parts. At the
same time, we will terminate the warranty terms of this equipment.
●● The unit shall be disconnected from its power source during service and
when replacing parts.
●● Maintenance and repair must be performed by trained service personnel
only. Improper maintenance would not only damage the machine, but also
may present a danger to the exerciser.
●● Keep this product out of use until maintenance is completed.
●● If you need to remove the cover for repair or maintenance, be sure to
contact the service station or dealer to deal with, do not operate on their
own.
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MAINTENANCE Error Messages
The window will show the error message when an unusual situation occurs
on the machine.
(Shown as illustration below, X is for the main code, Y is for the secondary
code.)
Error Code Description:
Main
Code X
Secondary
Code Y
7
1
7
2
7
3
7
4
8
1
8
2
Error message
Note
The stride motor stops,
L/R stride motor over
but other functions of
current or positioning
the elliptical trainer still
error being detected
work. Turn off the main
while the motor is
power, switch off the
running in exercise
motor and its driver
mode.
circuit .
Right stride length
error
The “SELECT
Left stride length
PROGRAM” screen
error
will show ERROR_7_4
when detecting
L/R stride motor
abnormal situations on
abnormality being
L/R stride motor.
detected when
power on.
When start up,
communication with
the drive board is
abnormal.
Will restore when the
When start up,
communication is back
communication with to normal.
the driver board
is normal, but an
abnormality occurs
during use.
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MAINTENANCE Messages
Charge the battery
The flashing light signals battery is near depletion (this signal appears when
adjusting stride length or stride height, with a pedal speed less than 25
SPM),please charge the battery in one of the following ways:
a. Charge the battery by pedaling.
b. Use a battery charger (optional accessory)
NO STRIDE ADJUST UNDER 25SPM
Indication: stride length cannot be adjusted due to speed is under 25SPM.
It appears when STRIDE ▲/▼ key is pressed to adjust the stride but the
actual speed is under 25SPM.
MAINTENANCE Lubrication
To enter Lubrication function, first you must set the console to the
Lubrication state. During Banner mode, the message shows “SELECT
A PROGRAM”, press STRIDE ▲ and STRIDE ▼ and STOP keys at the
same time for 2 seconds to activate this procedure. Once Lubrication
procedure is activated, the stride motor will move to the correct position
and the message will display “LUBRICATION”. At this time, it is ready for
lubrication. Please follow the lubrication procedure listed on the following
page to start lubricating.
Once the lubrication procedure is completed, please follow below
instruction to return the stride length to 29”/730mm.
1. When the power is off, pedaling the elliptical to turn on the power.
2. Press and hold the STOP key for 2 seconds to reset.
The lubrication process is now completed.
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MAINTENANCE Lubrication Procedure
(a) Push in at point A, and slide upward to remove the lubrication cover.
(b) Press the stride up key to adjust the stride to its longest point. Note the
grease fitting at area B.
(c) Use an automobile grease gun with red lithium grease. Apply the
grease to the nozzle on the product.
(d) 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 cover.
(a)
(b)
2
1
(c)
(d)
3
4
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MAINTENANCE Cleaning the Glide Rails
Follow the steps below to clean left and right glide rails on a daily basis:
(a) Use a clean, lint-free cloth to wipe dust and debris off the glide rails.
(b) Test operate the product to determine where dirt might remain on the
glide rails.
(c) Repeat steps (a) and (b) two or three times to ensure smooth
movement.
(Note: make sure to use a lint-free cloth)
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MAINTENANCE Schedule
Area
Day
Week Month Quarter Year
Notes
1
Exterior
●
2
Screws
●
3
Glide rail
●
4
Rollers
5
Stride motor
●
Apply bearing grease
6
Cushion
●
Lubricate with original
66A lubricant.
Clean.
Inspect and secure loose
parts
Wipe away dirt and
debris.
Apply silicone lubricant..
●
5
3
4
6
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11. ACCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES Standard
USB CHARGER
The USB port provides up to 5V, 1A of power for charging.
CSAFE PORT
Compatible with CSAFE (Communications Specification for Fitness Equip
ment) Protocol.
To support MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receiver, and the other
equipment that conform to the CSAFE specification.
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ACCESSORIES Option
SA WELL+ Member System
This is designed specially by SportsArt to assist the user in managing
their workout history. There are three ways to get connected with the
member site:
1. Using a smartphone, connect to the unit via Bluetooth/WIFI and use the
SA WELL+ App. The App is available for download in the App Store and
Google Play.
2. Use USB Flash Drive to store the workout data.
3. Manage user information and workout data
Visit “www.gosportsart.com” for more information about this feature.
No.
Name of
button
a
USB port
b
Function
This port is used for optional data transferring.
When a smart phone is connected wirelessly to
Bluetooth/WIFI the unit, press this button to disconnect. Scan the
button
QR code or tap the NFC tag on the console to
connect to the equipment again.
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ACCESSORIES Option (Continued)
1: External TV Mount
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ACCESSORIES MYE Wireless TV Audio_Channel Receivers
[To purchase, please contact MYE Inc. http://www.myeclubtv.com/]
Multiple TV and audio channels receiving and volume adjustment enabled.
● The following two modules are available for this receiver (to be
purchased by client):
1. MC3R-9(900MHZ), which has to be used with a MYE Wireless TV
Digital Audio Channel Transmitter MWTD-S9.
2. MC3R-8(863MHZ), which has to be used with a MYE Wireless TV
Digital Audio Channel transmitter MWTD-S8.
Choose a suitable module according to country of location. (Please
contact
MYE Inc. for detail specification and technical information)
For example: Wireless TV transmission frequency in America is 900MHZ.
Wireless TV transmission frequency in Europe is mostly 863MHZ (or nomi
nally 800MHZ).
● Operation instruction: Turn off unit power, plug the receiver into the
CSAFE port located at left of display and then turn on the power.
● The VOLUME +/- keys and CHANNEL ▲/▼ keys will be activated once
the receiver is plug into the unit.
Press VOLUME +/- keys to adjust volume settings. The volume setting
range is from 0 to 15, with a default setting of 5.
Press CHANNEL ▲/▼ keys to change channel settings. The channel
set
ting range is from 1 to 32, with a default setting of 1. The display will
show
“CH XX” during setting.
● Note: Do not unplug the receiver from unit before turning off the power to
avoid receiver being damaged.
● The following is a schematic diagram of the connection:
Channel 1
Channel 2
TV
TV
Channel 7
● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
TV
MYE Wireless TV Audio channel Transmitters
Earphone
MYE Wireless TV Audio channel Receivers
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12. APPENDIXES
APPENDIX
Specifications
Model
E876
Dimensions
L : 2222 mm (87.5”)
W : 670 mm (26.4”)
H : 1750 mm (69”)
Overall Weight
Maximum User
Weight
185 kg (407 lbs)
150 kg (330 lbs)
Power Requirement
DC 12V
4.0 Ah
Braking System
Speed-Independent
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APPENDIX
HTR Board
Electronics Block Diagram
Numeric Key
Board
SA WELL+
Connection key
SA WELL
Option
Key
Board
SA WELL Board
Control Board
USB Board
RFID
Board
USB Board
T_USB
EUP Board
Head Phone
Board
Fan
HRC Board
Rocker
Board
STRIDE
LEVEL
E
Stepper Motor
Contact HTR plates
Drive Board SG
Model no. board
Electro-magnet
AVB NET2 Board
+ -+ -
Speed sensor
Battery
Generator
E
DC Adaptor Jack
Switch
:Connector
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Exploded Diagrams
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Exploded Diagrams
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Exploded Diagrams (Continued)
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Disassembly
(a) Main Frame
(b)Lift Motor Assembly
(c)Front Base Cover
b2
b6
a1
b3
b1
b5
b4
c2
c3
c1
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