Fitness Reality 2646 Rower Machine Owner Manual

Fitness Reality 2646 Rower Machine Owner Manual
ROWING MACHINE
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions carefully before using this product.
Retain this owner’s manual for future reference.
The specifications of this product may vary from this photo, subject to
change without notice.
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PLEASE DO NOT RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO THE STORE.
STOP. Contact customer service if you have any questions
regarding assembly or proper operation of the machine.
Email us at:
[email protected]
Or call us at:
1-844-641-7920
Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm (PST)
Monday thru Friday
TABLE OF CONTENT
SERVICE ------------------------------------------------------------------------
2
LABEL PLACEMENT----------------------------------------------------------
3
IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES ------------------------------------
4
OVERVIEW DRAWING ------------------------------------------------------
5
PARTS LIST ---------------------------------------------------------------------
6
HARDWARE PACK-------------------------------------------------------------
8
ASSEMBLY ----------------------------------------------------------------------
9
CONSOLE -----------------------------------------------------------------------
15
TRANSPORTING--------------------------------------------------------------
17
STORAGE ----------------------------------------------------------------------
18
TROUBLESHOOTING & MAINTENANCE------------------------------
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WARRANTY --------------------------------------------------------------------
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PARTS REQUEST FORM---------------------------------------------------
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SERVICE
IMPORTANT: FOR NORTH AMERICA ONLY
For damaged or defective product, questions, replacement parts or any other service
support, please contact our customer service department by the below methods:
For The Best Service, please Email:
[email protected]
Response Time: 1-2 Business Days
Emailing us with the information above will be the best method to receive a response during
peak business hours
Website:
www.paradigmhw.com
Toll-Free:
1-844-641-7920
(8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, Monday thru Friday)
Response time may vary via calling
Please have the following information ready when requesting for service:

Your name

Phone number
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Model number
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Serial number
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Part number
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Proof of Purchase
For damaged or defective product, please contact our customer service before returning to
the store.
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
1189 Jellick Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91748, USA
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LABEL PLACEMENT
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IMPORTANT SAFETY GUIDELINES
Read all instructions before using the Rower. Basic precautions should always be followed.
WARNING - To reduce the risk of injury to persons, read the following:
1. Be sure all screws, nuts, and bolts are tightened prior to use.
2. Before using this equipment, we recommend doing warm ups.
3. Only one person should be using the equipment at a time.
4. Never operate this Rower if it is not working properly, has been dropped, or damaged. If a problem
is encountered, contact Customer Service before using the Rower again.
5. Always use this equipment on a clear and level surface.
6.
7.
8.
9.
It is recommended that you place this exercise equipment on an equipment mat.
For household use only.
Do not use outdoors or near water.
Use this product only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use attachments
NOT recommended by the manufacturer.
10. Do not wear loose clothing when using the equipment.
11. Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
12. If at any time you feel faint, light-headed, or dizziness while operating the equipment, stop
exercising immediately. You should also stop exercising if you are experiencing pain or any
discomfort.
13. Keep children and pets away from equipment when in use.
14. For any problems, contact Customer Service. Servicing should be performed by an authorized
service representative. Our contact number is on the service page.
15. This product requires a minimum of 6 square feet of space for safe operation.
16. ASSEMBLE ALL HARDWARE IN THE ORDER THAT IS SHOWN IN THE ILLUSTRATIONS.
Serious bodily injury can occur if this equipment is not assembled and used correctly.
17.
- Risk of Personal Injury - Keep children under the age of 13 away from the
equipment.
18.
- Risk of Personal Injury - Keep body parts, hair, loose clothing, and jewelry
Warning:
Warning:
clear of all moving parts.
19. Warning: Before using this equipment, you should consult with your personal
physician to see if the product is appropriate for you. Do not use this equipment
without your physician’s approval. Do not use this equipment if you have any of the
following conditions or ailments:
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Extreme obesity
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Glaucoma, retinal detachment or conjunctivitis
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Pregnancy
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Spinal injury, Cerebral Sclerosis, or acutely swollen joints
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Middle ear infection
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High blood pressure, Hypertension, Recent stroke or Transient ischemic attack
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Heart or circulatory disorders for which you are being treated
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Hiatus hernia or Ventral hernia
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Bone weaknesses including Osteoporosis, Unhealed fractures, Modularly pins, or
Surgically implanted orthopedic supports
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Use of anti-coagulants including Aspirin in high doses
The maximum weight capacity for this product is 250 lbs / 113 kg.
DO NOT EXCEED MAXIMUM WEIGHT CAPACITY.
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OVERVIEW DRAWING
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty
No.
Description
Qty
1
Right Pedal
1
31 Left Cover
1
2
Left Pedal
1
32 Right Cover
1
3
Fan Plate
1
33 Sensor Bracket
1
4
Rolling Wheel
1
34 Handlebar
1
5
Rear Stabilizer
1
35 Console
1
6
Slide Tube
1
36 Wire Clip Φ1/8"
2
7
Seat Plate
1
37 EVA Rubber Pad
2
8
Strap and Pulley Set
1
38 Belt 280J6
1
9
Front Stabilizer
1
39 Tension Knob
1
10 Magnet
1
40 Foam Grip
2
11 Main Frame
1
41 Sensor A
1
12 Bushing
1
42 Sensor B
1
13 Safety Pin Φ10*105
1
43 Hex Bolt M6x12
4
14 Pedal Axle
2
44 Carriage Bolt M8x55
2
15 Wheel Axle
2
45 Lock Nut M6
3
1
46 Lock Nut M10
1
17 Axle
1
47 Flange Nut M10
2
18 Spring
1
48 Cap Nut M8
2
19 Eye Bolt
2
49 Philips Screw M6x25
4
20 U-Bracket
2
50 Hex Bolt M8x20
12
21 End Cap
2
51 Screw M5x10
1
22 Wheel
1
52 Screw M5x12
1
23 T Washer
2
53 Screw M6x45
1
24 Top Cover
1
54 Self-Tapping Screw ST2.9x15
4
25 Front Handlebar Cover
1
55 Self-Tapping Screw ST4.2x20
2
26 Rear Handlebar Cover
1
56 Flat Head Tapping Screw ST4.2x10
2
27 Foot Stabilizer End Cap
2
57 Flat Head Tapping Screw ST4.2x15
8
28
4
58 Flat Head Tapping Screw ST4.2x20
7
29 Lower Slide Tube Cover
1
59 Flat Washer Φ6.5*Φ16.0*T1.0
5
30 Upper Slide Tube Cover
1
60 Flat Washer Φ8.4*Φ19.0*T1.6
14
16 Connecting Shaft
M10*102
Buffer
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty
No.
Description
Qty
61 Flat Washer Φ10.5*Φ20.0*T3.0
1
70 Hex Bolt M8x35
2
62 Spring Washer Φ6.1xΦ9.3xT1.6
6
71 Lock Nut M8
6
63 Adjustable Pedal
2
72 Round Head Hex Bolt M8x30
4
64 Pedal Strap
2
73 Screw M6x15
4
65 Seat
1
74 Open Wrench
1
66 Wheel
4
75 5mm Allen Wrench
2
67 Bushing
4
76 Battery Cover
1
68 Front Stabilizer End Cap
2
77 Screw
1
69 Transporting Wheel
2
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HARDWARE & TOOLS PACK
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Open Wrench 1PC
Step 1
1A. Installing the Front Stabilizer
Attach the Front Stabilizer (9) onto the Main Frame (11) with two Carriage Bolts (44), two Flat
Washers (60) and two Cap Nuts (48). Tighten using the Open Wrench provided.
Hardware:
(44) Carriage Bolt
(48) Cap Nut
(60) Flat Washer
2 PCS
2 PCS
2 PCS
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips
Screwdriver 1PC
Step 2
2A. Installing the Slide Tube
Insert the Safety Pin (13) into the Main Frame (11) to secure the Bushing (12) in place.
Insert the Slide Tube (6) onto the Bushing (12) on the Main Frame (11) with two Buffers (28), two
Hex Bolts (49), six Hex Bolts (50) and six Flat Washers (60). Tighten using the 5mm Allen
Wrench /w Phillips Screwdriver
provided.
Hardware :
(50) Hex Bolt
6 PCS
(49) Hex Bolt
2 PCS
(60) Flat Washer
6 PCS
10
(28) Buffer
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips
Screwdriver 1PC
Step 3
3A. Installing the Seat
Insert the Seat (65) and Rear Stabilizer (5) into slide tubes on the Main Frame (11).
Insert two Buffers (28), two Hex Bolts (49), two Hex Bolts (50) and two Flat Washers (60) into
the slide tubes on the Main Frame (11). Tighten using the 5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips
Screwdriver provided.
Hardware :
(50) Hex Bolt
2 PCS
(49) Hex Bolt
2 PCS
(60) Flat Washer
2 PCS
11
(28) Buffer
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Step 4
Hold the Rear Stabilizer (5) and Pull out the Safety Pin (13) from the Main
Frame (11). Lower the Rear Stabilizer (5) until it makes contact with the floor as shown. Lift the
Main Frame (11) and Slide Tube (6) to align the holes and insert the Safety Pin (13) into the hole
on the Main Frame (11).
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips
Screwdriver 2PCS
Step 5
5A. Installing the Pedals
Insert two Pedal Axles (14) onto the Main Frame (11), and insert the Left and Right Pedals
(2)&(1) onto the Pedal Axles (14). Tighten with four Hex Bolts (50) and four Flat Washers (60) by
using 5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips Screwdrivers provided.
Hardware :
(50) Hex Bolts
4 PCS
(60) Flat Washer
4 PCS
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips
Screwdriver 1PC
Step 6
6A. Installing the Console Batteries
Lift up on the CLIP shown in FIG. B and gently pulling the Console (35) out. BE CAREFUL when
pulling the console out. There are three wires Tension Knob (39), Sensor A (41) and Sensor B
(42) attached to the backside.
Using the 5mm Allen Wrench /w Phillips Screwdriver remove the Screw (77) from the Battery
Cover (76) to open the Console (35). Place 4 AA batteries into the console with the positive and
negative poles as labeled.
Reattach the Battery Cover (76) and secure with the Screw (77) replace the console back into the
rowing machine. Make sure the three wires Tension Knob (39), Sensor A (41) and Sensor B (42)
are still connected before replacing the console. If any one of them is not connected, the console
will not function correctly.
Note: This product can only be powered by 4 AA batteries.
Note: Do not mix old and new batteries. Replace all the batteries at the same
time.
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CONSOLE
USING THE CONSOLE
Power On: The console will turn on when the user
starts rowing or presses a button on the console.
Power Off: The console will automatically turn off
after 20 minutes of inactivity.
Reset: Press and hold the STOP button for 3
seconds to reset the console.
Pause: Press the START button during a workout.
Start Workout: Press the START button for the
console to begin tracking your workout.
End Workout: Press the STOP button to end a
workout and show the workout results.
Note: The console buttons will not response when the APP is connected. Please use the
APP to console the console.
WORKOUT DISPLAY
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STROKES: Will track the total number of strokes/pulls during the workout, up to a total of
9999.
CAL: Will track the number of calories burned during the workout, up to a value of 999.
o This Calorie burn is only an estimated value base on an average user.
TIME: Will track the total workout time, up to a maximum value of 99:59 minutes.
SPM: Will display the average number of strokes you are pulling in a minute based on the
current workout pace.
o This display will shift between SPM and METERS every 4 seconds.
o See the indicator arrow for the value currently being displayed.
METERS: Will track your distance in meters, up to a maximum value of 9999 meters. The
console will change to KILOMETERS (KM) when 9999 meters is reached.
o This display will shift between SPM and METERS every 4 seconds.
o See the indicator arrow for the value currently being displayed.
SPLIT: Will display the average time it takes to travel 500 meters based on the current
workout pace.
WATTS: Will display the current workout effort in the form of Watts.
o The Watts value is dependent on the length of the pull, the pace of the workout, and
the resistance level.
o The resistance level control knob is wired to the console to track the effort of the
workout based on the resistance level set on the knob.
o At the end of the workout, this section will show the MAX watt values reached during
the workout.
: The MyCloudFitness symbol turns on when the Bluetooth antenna is connected to the
APP.
o If the symbol is flashing, the connection to the app has not been established.
o If a connection cannot be made, shut down and restart the APP.
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CONSOLE
SETTING WORKOUT GOALS
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Press the GOALS button before starting a workout to set a METERS, TIME, CALORIES, or
STROKES GOAL.
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Press the GOALS button until the desired GOAL option is flashing.

Use the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the GOAL value.
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Press the ENTER button to confirm the GOAL value.
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Press the START button to begin the workout.
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The console will beep 3 times when the GOAL is achieved.
END WORKOUT
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End the workout by pressing the STOP button. The workout results will stay on the display
for reviewing.
o The TOTAL STROKES, TOTAL TIME, TOTAL CALORIES, AVERAGE SPM, TOTAL
METER/KILOMETERS, AVERAGE SPLIT TIME, and the MAX WATT level reached.
Press the STOP button a second time to return to the main screen.
ADJUSTING THE RESISTANCE LEVEL
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Turn the knob clockwise to increase the resistance level of the workout.
Turn the knob Counter-clockwise to decrease the resistance level of the workout.
The console will adjust the distance per stroke, watt output, and calorie burn based on
resistance level setting.
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TRANSPORTING
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Hold the Rear Stabilizer (5), and lift the rower until the wheels on the Front
Stabilizer (9) make contact with the floor. Push or pull the unit to the desired
location, then gently lower the Rear Stabilizer (9) to the ground.
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STORAGE
To store the Rower:
Store the machine vertically resting the machine on the Front Stabilizer (9) and the Main Frame
(11).
Do NOT store near areas with foot traffic.
Keep the computer console and the rower, out of direct sunlight to prevent screen damage.
The rower is sturdy and balanced when in storage mode but do NOT hang articles of clothing on it.
The clothing can unbalance the rower and it could fall over.
Do NOT allow children or pets near the rower when in storage mode.
Inspect all assembly bolts, nuts, screws, and pedals on the machine for proper tightness
every week.
To use the Rower: Pull out the Safety Pin (13) from the Main Frame (11). Lower the Rear
Stabilizer (5) until it makes contact with the floor. Lift the Main Frame (11) and Slide Tube (6) to
align the holes and insert the Safety Pin (13) into the hole on the Main Frame (11).
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MAINTENANCE & TROUBLE SHOOTING
CLEANING
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The rower can be cleaned with a soft clean damp cloth. Do not use abrasives or
solvents on the plastic parts.
Wipe your perspiration off the rower after each use. Be careful not to get
excessive moisture on the computer display panel as this may cause an electrical
hazard or the electronics to fail.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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PROBLEM: There is no display on the computer console.
o SOLUTION: Remove the console and verify that the wire at the rear of the
console is properly connected to the wires that come from the frame.
o SOLUTION: Check that the batteries are correctly inserted and the battery
springs are in proper contact with the batteries.
o SOLUTION: The batteries in the computer console may be dead. Replace
the dead batteries with new batteries. Do NOT mix old and new batteries.
PROBLEM: The rower makes a squeaking noise when in use.
o SOLUTION: The bolts may be loose on the equipment. Please inspect all of
the nuts, bolts, screws and tighten any loose Hardware.
PROBLEM: The console is on but it is not tracking my workout.
o SOLUTION: Make sure the 3 console wires on the back of the console are
connected.
o SOLUTION: Press the START button before starting your workout. The
console does not auto start when user starts pulling on the strap. This is to
allow you to choose setting up a workout goal option before starting the
workout.
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WARRANTY
MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED WARRANTY
Paradigm Health & Wellness warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free from
defects in material and workmanship when used for the purpose intended, under the
conditions that it has been installed and operated in accordance with Paradigm’s Owner’s
Manual. Paradigm’s obligation under this warranty applies to the following:
COMPONENT
Structural Frame
All Other Components
LENGTH OF WARRANTY
1 year For Home Use Only
90 days For Home Use Only
Exclusions from Warranty Coverage:
Paradigm does not warrant against and is not responsible for, and no implied warranty shall be deemed to cover, any
product failure, product malfunction, or damages attributable to:
1. Improper installation and/or failure to abide by Paradigm’s installation guidelines;
2. Use of this product beyond normal home use, or in an application for which it was not designed;
3. Cosmetic items such as scratches, dents or discolorations;
4. Damage caused by normal wear and tear, vandalism, accidental or by animals;
5. Any act of Nature (such as fire, flooding, snow, ice, hurricane, earthquake, lightning or other natural disaster),
environmental condition (such as air pollution, mold, mildew, etc.), or staining from foreign substances (such as dirt,
grease, oil, etc.);
6. Normal weathering due to exposure to sunlight, weather and atmosphere which can cause colored surfaces to,
among other things, flake, chalk, accumulate dirt or stains.
7. Improper operation, alteration, handling, storage, abuse or neglect of the products.
Paradigm, using its sole discretion, will either repair or replace free of charge any part(s)
proven to be defective under normal home use. Any repair or replacement shall provide no
new warranty coverage, but shall retain only the remaining portion of the original product’s
warranty. This warranty is offered only to the original purchaser and is not transferable.
Proof of original purchase is required.
Ordering Replacement Parts
Replacement parts can be ordered by emailing our customer service department:
[email protected]
Open Monday thru Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PST).
When ordering replacement parts please have the following information ready:
1. Owner’s Manual
2. Model Number
3. Description of Parts
4. Part Number
5. Date of Purchase
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PARTS REQUEST FORM
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
EMAIL THIS FORM WITH YOUR RECEIPT OF PURCHASE TO
[email protected]
NAME:______________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS:__________________________________________________________________
CITY:________________________ STATE:_____________ ZIP:________________________
TELEPHONE:
(Day)_________________________________________________________
(Night)________________________________________________________
SERIAL#:____________________________________________________________________
MODEL#:____________________________________________________________________
PURCHASE DATE:____________________________________________________________
PLACE OF PURCHASE:________________________________________________________
PART #
DESCRIPTION
“YOUR ORDER WILL BE PROCESSED WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS”
*This form can also be faxed to #: 626-810-2166
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