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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown,
grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce
the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an
equipment-grounding conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded
In accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER- Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor
can result in a risk of electric shock. Check with qualified electrician or
serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the product is properly
grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the product - if it will not
fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This product is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit and has a grounding
plug that looks like the plug illustrated in the figure. Make sure that the
product is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the
plug. No adapter should be used with this product.
* The appliance must be positioned so that the plug is accessible.
" |f the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacture or
its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
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FCC WARNING - POSSIBLE RADIO/ TELEVISION INTERFERENCE
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for the compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment. 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 the interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful radio interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, you are encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
e Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
6 Increase space between the equipment
e Plug the equipment into two electrical outlet
located on separate circuits
e $Consult an exercise equipment dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician for help
Class R (Residential): Private or non-commercial use
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical product, basic precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
Read all instructions before using this exercise product. The use of this
product in any way not described in this manual is not recommended, and
may cause serious or fatal injury and may void your warranty.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electrical shock or injury to persons:
® Use this exercise product for its intended use as described
in this Manual. Do not use attachments not recommended by
the manufacturer.
e Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
® Do not remove the Treadmill motor covers or roller covers.
Service should be performed only by an authorized FITNEX
retailer.
® Never operate this Treadmill if it has a damaged cord or plug,
if it is not working properly, if it has been damaged, or immersed
in water. Return the Treadmill to a retailer for examination and
repair.
® Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
® Do not use outdoors.
To disconnect, turn the switch to the OFF position, then remove
plug from outlet.
® Never place the power cord under carpeting or place any object
on top of the power cord, which may pinch and damage it.
e Unplug your Treadmill before moving it.
CHILDREN
® Keep children off your FITNEX Treadmill at all times.
® When the FITNEX Treadmill is in use, young children and pets
should be kept at least 10 feet away .
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CAUTION
FITNEX firmly recommends that you have a complete medical exam
by a qualified physician before beginning any exercise program,
particularly if you have a familly history of high blood pressure or
heart disease, and if you are over the age of 45, or if you smoke, have
high cholesterol, are obese or have not exercised regularly in the
past year. If at any time while exercising, you feel faint, dizzly, pain
or a shortness of breath, stop exercising immediately.
PROPER USE
® DO NOT use this product unless proper attire is worn. Rubber-soled
training, running, or tennis shoes must be worn to provide proper
traction and protection while using this product.
® DO NOT use cleats, spikes or any other non-athletic style shoes.
® DO NOT use this product while barefoot or wearing only socks.
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INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT
Your FITNEX treadmill is intended for use in the country to which it was
shipped. Electrical supplies outside of this country may differ and may
not be compatible with the product. Please consult Customer Support
before using the treadmill in a different country.
LOCATION
When choosing a location for the treadmill, pick a location that is
unobstructed. The treadmill must have the following clearance.
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Non-entry side of treadmill-Minimum of 8 inches (20cm)
Entry side of treadmill-Minimum of 36" (90cm)
Front of the treadmill-Minimum of 12 inches (30cm)
Behind treadmill-Minimum of 6 feet (180cm)
These spacing requirements are mandatory for the safe use of the
treadmill. If an accident should occur, you must have sufficient space to
move away from the treadmill.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
The treadmill must be properly grounded prior to use. Proper grounding
reduces the risk of shock or damage to the treadmill. The power cord's
plug is equipped with a grounding conductor that must be used with an
electrical outlet installed in accordance to all local codes and ordinances.
DO NOT use a temporary adapter that bypasses this function. This will
stop the safety equipment from functioning properly and may void your
warranty.
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DO NOT MODIFY the plug provided with this product. If it will not fit an
electrical outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
LEVELER LEGS
After finding a location that is suitable for the treadmill, the rear legs must
be adjusted to provide stable support. Located on the side of each leg is
a thumb-wheel that will allow you to lower or raise the leg until it is properly
seated on the floor. |
DO NOT adjust legs while the treadmill is on. Turn the power switch to the
OFF position.
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TREADMILL OVERVIEW
POWER SWITCH
The power switch is located on the side of the treadmill near the power cord.
The power switch has two positions ON and OFF. The display console will beep
when the treadmill is plugged in and the power switch is pressed ON.
CIRCUIT BREAKER RESET
The circuit breaker is located next to the power switch. If there should be an
electrical overload due to a surge in electricity or other situation, the circuit breaker
will disconnect and attempt to prevent any damage from occurring to the treadmill.
If the treadmill suddenly stops with no lights visible nor beep heard, the circuit
breaker may need to be reset. To reset the circuit breaker press the button firmly.
The display console should restart and a beep should be heard.
CAUTION
Feel the power cord with your hands. If the power cord is warm to the touch a
problem may exist with the electrical outlet in which the treadmill is plugged.
It may be necessary to plug the treadmill into a different outlet.
POWER CORD
The power cord, located on the side of the treadmill must be plugged into a
properly grounded electrical outlet. Locate the power cord so it will not come
in contact with the wheels of the treadmill during operation. This may cause the
power cord to become pinched or damaged. Damage to the power cord could
result in a fire hazard or cause personal injury through electrical shock.
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SAFETY STOP: Pulling the magnet stops the treadmill
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ENTER: Accept entry of variable setting. Scan readout
information of DISTANCE/ELEVATION and
CALORIES/LAPS.
PAUSE/RESET: Press PAUSE for temporary stop which
holds the time and distance, Press START
to continue. To RESET the treadmill hold
the pause down for 3 seconds.
DISTANCE/ELEVATION: View distance traveled or elevation
during workout, press ENTER to
switch readout information of
DISTANCE and ELEVATION. Use
A V toincrease/decrease the
elevation of treadmill.
TIME: View elapsed or remaining time during workout. Use
A V toincrease/decrease the workout time.
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Use A Y to increase/decrease the belt
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you burn/laps you ran/your heart
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Increase / Decrease time.
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SAFETY STOP: Pulling the safety magnet stops the treadmill
START:
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SELECT:
ELEVATION:
COOL DOWN:
immediately.
Begins workout.
Accept entry of variable setting.
Select an exercise program. Use to scan the
Time / Calories / Distance / Heart Rate during
workout.
Increase / Decrease the tread belt speed.
Increase / Decrease the elevation of treadmill.
COOL DOWN:
Press COOL DOWN, elevation returns to 0%.
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speed returns to 0 in 3 minutes.
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speed returns to 0 in 2 minutes.
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speed returns to O in 18 seconds.
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to continue. To reset the treadmill hold the
PAUSE down for 3 seconds.
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WORKOUT
Step 1.
Turning on the main power switch,
“KEY” will display on Matrix window.
Step 2.
Connect the Safety Key and Use — +
to set weight. Default weight is 176 Ibs.
Step 3.
Select different program listed below to
workout.
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During workout, speed and elevation may
be adjusted by using — + AV.
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Select Set Time (Set Calories / Set
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During workout, speed and elevation may
be adjusted by using — + AV.
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Select Custom Learn 1 (Custom Learn2),
During workout, speed and elevation may
be adjusted.
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Select Walking Course (Running Course),
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Use — + A Y toselect working
graphics (total 3 different combination of
speed and elevation) from easiest to
hardest,press =
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Speed and elevation may not be
adjusted during the Warm Up and
Cool Down sections.
6.Select Heart Rate Control, press =
Use — + A Y tosetage,
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During workout, elevation may be
adjusted by using & У.
During workout, tread belt speed will
automatically adjust to maintain the
targeted heart rate.
Note.
The tread belt starts moving only when
receipt of heart rate signal transmits from
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Stretching / Flexibility
Adequate flexibility is the ability to move your limbs and joints easily
(through a complete range of motion) the way you need to in order to meet
the challenges of daily life. Fortunately there's a positive reinforcing cycle
between flexibility and activity. Adequate flexibility enables you to maintain
an active lifestyle, and an active lifestyle makes an important contribution
to maintaining adequate flexibility. These relationships grow stronger the
older we become.
When should | stretch?
Any time is a good time to Stretch. In the morining it can work out the kinks
in your back, at work, you can relax your neck and shoulders, and after
work stretch out your lower back. However, you should never do your
stretches before you have had a chance to warm your body up.
How should | stretch?
Perform the following stretches slowly and smoothly until you feel a slight
“tugging” sensation on the muscles involved. Don't stretch to the point that
you feel pain, and don't bounce or you could pull a muscle. Hold each stretch
for 10 to 20 seconds. Exhale through the stretch, and breathe slowly. This will
keep you from bouncing.
Calf ( back of lower leg )
1. Straight knee start with the leg to be stretched approximately
three feet from the wall and the opposite leg on step forward.
Lean toward the wall, keeping your heels down and feet turned
in slightly.
2. Bend knee start same as above, but move approximately one
foot closer to the wall and bend the knee of the back leg to be
stretched.
3. Repeat using the other leg.
lliotibial Band (outside of hip)
1. Start with the leg to be stretched one step back and behind the
opposite foot. Move your hips sideways toward the side of your
body beting stretched. Keep the upper body away from the wall
and do not bend forward.
2. Repeat using the other leg.
Lower Back, Hips, Groin, and Hamstrings
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Stand with the feet about shoulder-width apart and pointed straight
ahead. If you are pretty flexible and need more of a stretch, cross one
leg in front of the other for a few stretches, then switch legs.
Slowly bend forward from the hips, always keeping your knees
slightly bent.
Stretch only to the point where you feel a tugging in the back of
your legs.
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3. Repeat with other side.
Stand with your feet about shoulder - width apart and toes pointed
straight ahead. Keep your knees slightly bent, one hand on
your hip; extend your other arm up and over your head. Slowly
bend at your waist to one side, toward the hand on your hip
. Extend both arms overhead.
Hold your right hand with your
left hand and bend slowly to
the left , using your left arm
to pull the right arm gently
over the head and down
toward the ground.
Quadriceps (front of thigh)
1. Lying on our stomach, pull the heel toward your buttocks with
2. The same stretch can be
3. Do this exercise twice - once
the opposite hand. Keep the thigh of the leg being stretched
close to the leg on the floor.
done standing. Do not allow
the thigh to come in front of
you and so not bend forward
at the waist.
on each leg.
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Groin (inside of thigh)
1. Sit on the floor with the soles of your feet together. Gently push
knees down toward the floor with your elbows.
2. Stand with your feet three to four feet apart and turned out slightly.
3. Keep the knee of the leg to be stretched straight, and bend the
opposite knee as you move your body toward the bent leg. Keep your
toes pointed forward.
4. Repeat using the other leg
Hamstrings (back side of upper leg)
1. Sit with one knee bent and the leg to be stretched out straight.
Reach for the toes of the straight leg with the right hand and
then the left hand. N
2. Repeat with the other leg.
Gluteus (back of hip)
1. Lie on your back. Pull one knee up to your chest while keeping
the opposite leg down on the floor with the knee straight.
2. The same may be done standing.
3. Repeat with the other leg. be TR
Anterior Tibials (front of shin)
1. Stand with all of your weight on one leg. Extend the opposite leg forward
and flex and point at the ankle.
2. Repeat with the other leg.
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WARRANTY CONDITIONS
FITNEX treadmill warrants as follows:
Home use Light Commercial
Treadmill Frame Lifetime Lifetime
Treadmill Electronics Lifetime 3 Years
Treadmill Motor Lifetime 3 Years
Treadmill Deck and Belt Lifetime 2 Years
Treadmill Rollers Lifetime 2 Years
Labor 1 Year 1 Years
The Lifetime Warranty applies only to the original owner
and only extends the warranty to cover the cost of parts
repair or replacement and does not include associated
freight charges. Proof of purchase must be demonstrated.
2. This warranty applies to residential use only, and is void
If this product is used in a non-residential environment.
3. Warranty applies only to the original owner and is non
transferable. The warranty card must be completed and
sent back to Fitness Master Inc., to complete registration.
4. Labor is covered for period of one year from date of sale and
Is not a part of the lifetime warranty.
5. Labor coverage is provided only if an authorized Fitnex
dealer or the Fitnex factory does the work.
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6. Any reimbursement for travel outside of the dealers’
normal service or coverage area will be the responsibility
of the customer.
7. Warranty does not cover failure due to improper assembly,
improper installation or improper use.
8. This warranty does not cover customer instruction,
installation, set up or adjustment. Note that tread belt
tensioning and tracking are the responsibility of the user
and are not covered by this warranty. Useris also
responsible for reasonable and necessary maintenance.
Faiure to maintain proper tread belt tracking, tensioning
and lubrication of the treadmill deck will void this warranty.
9. This warranty will not be extended to any product whose
serial number has been removed, altered, or defaced.
10. This warranty does not cover damage or equipment failure
caused by, or resulting from accident, misuse, abuse,
Improper assembly or installation, no-authorized
modification, or failure to provide reasonable and necessary
care as outlined in the owner's manual.
This warranty becomes VALID ONLY if the Lifetime Home-Use
Warranty Registration form included in the box is completely
filled in, signed by the original purchaser and mailed to Fitnex
WITHIN 30 DAYS of the purchaser's receipt of the treadmill.
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MAINTENANCE
Here are some preventative maintenance tips that will keep your treadmill
operating at its best.
Cleaning
When cleaning the exterior of the unit, a non-abrasive cleanser and soft cotton
cloth are strongly recommended. At no time should cleanser be applied directly
to any part of the equipment. Instead, place the non-abrasive cleaning solution
on a soft cloth and wipe down the unit.
e Clean the console and all exterior surfaces regularly.
® Vacuum running belt regularly to keep debris from accumulating.
® Inspect exterior parts regularly for wear and tear. Especially the running belt
and deck.
e Inspect area under treadmill and vacuum regularly.
Recommended Maintenance
Item Daily Weekly Monthly Quarterly Bi-annual
Console Inspect
Mounting
Bolts
Frame Clean Inspect
Console Clean Inspect
Safety Stop Test
Power Cord Inspect
Running Belt Clean
Top (Vacuum)
Running Belt Inspect
Tension
Rear Adjust
Adjustable
foot
V Belt Adjust Inspect
Motor Pulley Clean
Motor carbon Inspect
Brush
LUBRICATING THE RUNNING BELT AND DECK
NON-MAINTENANCE mus"
DECK/BELT INSTALLED. __
DO NOT ADD SILICONE
ource.
LU BRICANT. possible
As you use
your deck and
nildren.
WARNING
1.Do not spray lubricant on the top side of the tread belt. The running surface
must retain traction.
2.Inspect tread belt for overspray before use.
3.If you accidentally over sprayed silicone spray on the top side of the tread belt
or the side rails, clean immediately to prevent accidental injury.
4.Means of disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance
with the wiring rules.
Fitness Master Inc.
11419 Mathis #200
Farmers Branch, Texas 75234
Phone: (214) 350-8884
Fax:(214)350-8876
Toll Free: 866-4FITNEX (434-8639)
Web Page www.fithexonline.com
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