C1 /C3 UPRIGHT LIFECYCLE® EXERCISEBIKES

C1 /C3 UPRIGHT LIFECYCLE® EXERCISEBIKES
C1 /C3 UPRIGHT LIFECYCLE®EXERCISEBIKES
Owner's Manual
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FCC Warning - Possible Radio / Television Interference
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the fimits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC rules. These fimits 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 user manual, 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 interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient
or relocate
•
Increase
the separation
between
•
Connect
the equipment
into an outlet on a circuit
•
Consult
Class
the receiving
antenna.
the equipment
the dealer or an experienced
HB (Home):
CAUTION:
Domestic
radio/TV
or modifications
Any service, other than cleaning or user maintenance,
There are no user-serviceable
parts.
different
technician
use. Class B is not suitable
Any changes
and the receiver.
from that to which the receiver
for help.
for therapeutic
to this
is connected.
equipment
must be performed
purposes.
could
void the product
by an authorized
service
warranty.
representative.
TABLE
OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions ...........................................................
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2.
Cl / C3 Upright Lifecycle ® Exercise Bike Overview
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3.
Assembly ..........................................................................
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3.1
Tools & Hardware
8
3.2
Packaging .........................................................................
10
3.3
Assemble the Rear Stabilizer ..........................................................
10
3.4
Assemble the Monocolumn
10
3.5
Connect Wiring / Attach Cover .........................................................
11
3.6
Assemble the Seat and Seat Post ......................................................
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3.7
Accessory Trays and Console
12
3.8
Assemble the Handlebar
3.9
Pedals ............................................................................
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3.10
Cl Water Bottle Holder and Bracket
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4.
Initial Setup ........................................................................
15
5.
Main Features ......................................................................
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5.1
Accessories
17
5.2
Contact Heart Rate
6.
Service and Product Maintenance
6.1
Troubleshooting
6.2
Preventive Maintenance Tips ..........................................................
20
6.3
Preventive Maintenance Schedule ......................................................
21
6.4.
How to Obtain Product Service
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Specifications
8.
Warranty Information
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This Operation Manual describes the functions of the following product:
Life Fitness Upright Lifecycle ® Exercise Bike Models:
Cl / C3
Thank you for purchasing a Life Fitness bike.
ensure that you have the knowledge to safely
achieve the product experience on your bike
How to Obtain Product Service section which
service. See Specifications
in this manual for
Before using this product please read this user manual in its entirety to
and properly operate all of the features on your bike. We hope you
that you expect, but if you do have any service issues please go to the
will provide information on obtaining domestic and international
product
product specific features.
Statement of Purpose: The Life Fitness Lifecycle exercise
bicycle at various speeds and levels of resistance.
bike is a machine
that simulates
the movements
of riding a
CAUTION: Health-related injuries may result from incorrect or excessive use of exercise equipment. The
manufacturer STRONGLY recommends seeing a physician for a complete medical exam before undertaking an
exercise program, particularly if the user has a family history of high blood pressure or heart disease; or is over
the age of 45; or smokes, has high cholesterol, is obese, or has not exercised regularly in the past year. The
manufacturer also recommends consulting a fitness professional on the correct use of this product.
If, at any time while exercising,
she must stop immediately.
the user experiences
faintness,
dizziness,
pain, or shortness
of breath,
he or
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MPORTANT
WARNING:
SAFETY
NSTRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before using the Life Fitness Lifecycle exercise bike. Save these Instructions.
WARNING: Heart rate monitoring systems may be inaccurate. Over exercising may result in serious injury or death.If
you feel faint stop exercising immediately.
DANGER: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, always unplug this Life Fitness product before cleaning or attempting
any maintenance activity.
SAFETY
damage
WARNING:
The safety of the product
can be maintained
only if it is examined
and wear. See Preventive
Maintenance
section
for details.
regularly
The heart rate hand pulse sensors provide an approximate heart rate value. The sensors
medical devices and should not be used in any type of medical application,
for
are not
,
Before using this product, it is essential to read this ENTIRE operation manual and ALL instructions. The
exercise bike is intended for use solely in the manner described in this manual.
,
Always follow the console instructions for proper operation.
,
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
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Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
,
Never insert objects into any openings in this product. If an object should drop inside, turn off the power, unplug
the power cord from the outlet and carefully retrieve it. If the item cannot be reached, contact Life Fitness
Customer Support Services.
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Never place liquids of any type directly on the unit, except in an accessory tray. Containers with lids are
recommended.
,
Do not use the exercise bike outdoors, near swimming pools or in areas of high humidity.
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Keep all loose clothing, shoelaces, and towels away from the bike pedals.
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Keep the area around the Lifecycle clear of any obstructions, including walls and furniture.
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Use caution when mounting or dismounting the Lifecycle.
,
Never operate a Life Fitness product if it has been dropped, damaged, or even partially immersed in water.
Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services.
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Keep the power cord away from heated surfaces. Do not pull the equipment by the power cord or use the power
cord as a handle.
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Do not run the power cord on the floor under or along side of the Lifecycle.
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Wear shoes with rubber or high-traction soles. Do not use shoes with heels, leather soles, cleats or spikes. Do
not use the Lifecycle in bare feet.
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Do not tip the Lifecycle on its side during operation.
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Keep hands and feet away from all moving parts.
,
To ensure proper functioning of this product, do not install attachments or accessories that are not provided or
recommended by Life Fitness.
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Use this product
in a well-ventilated
area.
,
Use this product
on a solid, level surface.
,
Make sure that all components
,
An appliance should never be left unattended
putting on or taking off parts.
,
Do not operate
are fastened
under blanket
securely.
when plugged
or pillow. Excessive
heating
in. Unplug from outlet when not in use, and before
can occur and cause fire, electric
shock, or injury to
persons.
,
Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly,
or damaged, or dropped into water. Contact Life Fitness Customer Support Services.
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Never operate
the appliance
,
To disconnect,
turn all controls
,
Allow LCD consoles
using.
with the air openings
to the off position,
to "normalize"
SAVE
THESE
with respect
blocked.
Keep the air openings
then remove
to temperature
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
if it has been dropped
free of lint, hair, and the like.
plug from outlet.
for one hour before plugging
HOUSEHOLD
USE.
the unit in and/or
Cl / C3
UPRIGHT
LIFECYCLE
O
EXERCISE
BiKE
OVERVIEW
Console
Contact
Heart Rate Sensors
Bottle Holder
Cl with
Track Console
_,djustment
Pedal
Leveler
Console
Contact Heart Rate Sensors
Water Bottle Holder /
Accessory Tray
C3 with
Track Console
Leveler
Pedal
ASSEMBLY
3.1
TOOLS
& HARDWARE
Identify the following components after unpacking your Lifecycle.
Quantity
Item
Description
Cl
C3
1
2
2
50mm Button Head Screw
2
2
2
20mm Button Head Screw
3
2
2
100mm Hex Head Bolt
4
5
5
Thick Flat Washer - 16mm O.D.
5
2
2
60mm Hex Head Bolt
6
6
4
12mm Small Head Phillips Screw
7
4
4
Flat Washer - 12mm O.D.
8
3
3
Nylock Nut (on seat)
9
3
3
Flat Washer (on seat)
10
2
2
8mm Phillips Screw
11
2
2
6mm Phillips Screw
12
1
1
13
0
2
8mm Phillips Screw
14
4
4
15mm Button Head Screw
15
4
4
Flat Washer - 18mm O.D.
16
4
4
12mm Self-Tapping Screw
6mm Phillips Screw w/Locking
Tools Needed for Assembly:
• Metric Wrench Set
• Metric Allen Wrench Set
• Phillips Screwdriver
Compound
50mm Button Head Screw
20mm
Button
Head Screw
12mm
Self-Tapping
100mm Hex Head Bolt
60mm Hex Head Bolt
Thick
Flat Washer (on seat)
Nylock Nut (on seat)
Screw
Flat Washer
-16mm
O.D.
OH
Flat Washer
-18mm
O.D.
6mm
Phillips
Screw with
8mm
Phillips
Screw
Flat Washer
Locking
6mm
-12mm
O.D.
15mm
Button
Head Screw
Compound
Phillips
Screw
12mm
Small Head Phillips
Screw
3.2
PACKAGING
Parts: None
Remove all packaging and place main components to the side of the box. Break box down in each of the four corners.
3.3
ASSEMBLE
Parts:
Hardware Bag #1
Tools:
5mm Hex Head Wrench
THE
REAR
STABiLiZER
(2, 50mm Button Head Screws)
(2, 20mm Button Head Screws)
Locate and install the two LEVELER FEET (A) to the bottom of the REAR STABILIZER (B).With the bends facing rearward, attach the REAR STABILIZER (B) to the BASE UNIT (C) using two 50mm BUTTON HEAD SCREWS (1) from the
top of the REAR STABILIZER BRACKET (D) and two 20mm BUTTON HEAD SCREWS (2) from the front side of the
REAR STABILIZER BRACKET. Tighten the SCREWS securely.
3.4
ASSEMBLE
Parts:
Hardware Bag #2
Tools:
13mm Socket Wrench
THE
MONOCOLUMN
(2, 100mm Hex Head Bolts)
(5, Thick Flat Washers)
(2, 60mm Hex Head Bolts)
Locate the MONOCOLUMN (E). Slide the MONOCOLUMN COVER
(F) onto the MONOCOLUMN as shown. Slide the MONOCOLUMN
COVER up to the CONSOLE SUPPORT (G).
Note: A plastic zip-duehas been included to keep the MONOCOLUMN COVER (F) from falling during assembly.
Note: The MONOCOLUMN
COVER (F) must slide over the WIRE
TIE (H) taped to the front of the MONOCOLUMN
(E).
With the CONSOLE SUPPORT
(G) facing the front of the unit as
shown, slide the MONOCOLUMN
(E) into the MONOCOLUMN
BRACKET (J) of the BASE UNIT (C).
Slide the MONOCOLUMN down until it is fully seated. Secure the
MONOCOLUMN to the MONOCOLUMN BRACKET using two
100mm HEX HEAD BOLTS (3) and three THICK FLAT WASHERS
(4) (as shown) from the rear side of the MONOCOLUMN. Use two
60mm HEX HEAD BOLTS (5) and two THICK FLAT WASHERS (4)
from the user left side of the MONOCOLUMN BRACKET. Tighten the
BOLTS securely.
CAUTION: Be careful not to pinch the WIRE (K) leading from the
MONOCOLUMN BRACKET (J) when inserting the MONOCOLUMN
(E) into the MONOCOLUMN BRACKET.
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3.5
CONNECT
Parts:
Hardware
Tools:
Phillips Screwdriver
WIRING
Bag #3
I ATTACH
COVER
(4, 12mm Phillips Screws)
(4, Flat Washers)
Detach the WIRE TIE (H) attached to the front of the MONOCOLUMN (E). Carefully pull the CONSOLE WIRE (L) through the SIDE
ACCESS HOLE (M) of the MONOCOLUMN (E). Feed the CONSOLE WIRE through the GROMMET (N) as shown and insert the
GROMMET into the SIDE ACCESS HOLE.
Connect the WIRE (K) leading from the MONOCOLUMN BRACKET
(J) to the corresponding CONSOLE WIRE (L) from the SIDE
ACCESS HOLE (M) of the MONOCOLUMN (E). Slide the MONOCOLUMN COVER (F) downward to the meet the MAIN SHROUDS.
Secure the MONOCOLUMN COVER to the MAIN SHROUDS using
four 12mm PHILLIPS SCREWS (6) and matching FLAT WASHERS
(7). Tighten the SCREWS securely. Do not overtighten the
SCREWS.
3.6
ASSEMBLE
Parts:
Hardware
Tools:
13mm Socket Wrench, Phillips Screwdriver
THE SEAT
Bag #4
AND
SEAT
POST
(3, Nylock Nuts)
(3, Flat Washers)
(2, 8mm Phillips Screws)
(1,6mm Phillips Screw with Locking Compound)
(2, 6mm Phillips Screws)
Locate the SEAT (O) and SEAT POST (P). Remove the three
NYLOCK NUTS (8) and FLAT WASHERS (9) from the threaded
studs on the bottom of the SEAT. Align the threaded studs of the
SEAT with the mounting holes in the SEAT POST MOUNTING
PLATE (Q). Secure the seat to the SEAT POST MOUNTING PLATE
using the three previously removed NYLOCK NUTS and FLAT
WASHERS. Tighten the NUTS securely.
Locate the SEAT POST CAP (R). With the curved side facing
upward toward the SEAT (O) and the inside notch aligned with the
SEAT POST (P) adjustment decal, slide the SEAT POST CAP over
the SEAT POST
Locate and slide the SEAT POST SPACER (S) over the end of the
SEAT POST (P). Be sure the locking tabs fully engage the holes
located at the bottom of the SEAT POST. Secure the SEAT POST
SPACER using two 8 mm PHILLIPS SCREWS (10).
With the nose of the SEAT (O) facing forward, insert the SEAT POS-I
(P) into the SEAT POST SUPPORT (T).
Slide the SEAT POST CAP (R) downward to meet the top of the
SEAT POST SUPPORT (T). Secure the SEAT POST CAP to the SEAT POST SUPPORT using two 6mm PHILLIPS
SCREWS (11). Tighten the SCREWS securely. Do not overtighten the SCREWS.
Begin inserting the SEAT ADJUSTMENT
KNOB (U). Lift upward on the SEAT (O) and SEAT POST (P) until the SEAT
POST locks into a position. Tighten the SEAT ADJUSTMENT
KNOB fully. Insert the 6mm PHILLIPS SCREW W/LOCKING COMPOUND
(12) and tighten securely.
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3.7
ACCESSORY
Parts:
Hardware Bag #5
Tools:
Phillips Screwdriver
TRAYS
& CONSOLE
(2, 8mm Phillips Screws)
(4, 12mm Self-Tapping Screws)
C3 Only: Locate the ACCESSORY TRAY (V). Position the ACCESSORY TRAY near the top of the MONOCOLUMN (E) at the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET (W).While holding the CONSOLE
WIRE (X) and HEART RATE WIRE (Y), cut the wire tie securing
the CONSOLE WIRES to the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET.
Feed the CONSOLE WIRES through the center hole of the
ACCESSORY TRAY MOUNTING BRACKET (Z). Secure the
ACCESSORY TRAY to the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET using
two 8mm PHILLIPS SCREWS (13). Tighten the SCREWS securely.
CAUTION: Be careful not to pinch the CONSOLE WIRE (X) and
HEART RATE WIRE (Y) when securing the ACCESSORY TRAY
(V) to the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET (W).
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Note: Be careful not to let the CONSOLE WIRE (X) and HEART
RATE WIRE (Y) fail into the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET (W).
Remove the DISPLAY CONSOLE (AA) from its shipping carton. Position the DISPLAY CONSOLE above the ACCESSORY TRAY (V). Connect the CONSOLE WIRE 15-pin connector (X), HEART RATE WIRE 4-pin connector (Y), SUPPLEMENTAL POWER WIRE 2-pin connector (MM), and GROUND WIRE single spade (BB) (Green) to the corresponding
CONNECTORS located on the back of the DISPLAY CONSOLE. Secure the DISPLAY CONSOLE to the DISPLAY
CONSOLE BRACKET (W) using four 12mm SELF TAPPING SCREWS (17). Tighten the SCREWS securely. Do not
overtighten the SCREWS.
Cl Only: Remove the DISPLAY CONSOLE (AA) from its shipping carton. While holding the CONSOLE WIRE (X) and
HEART RATE WIRE (Y), cut the wire tie securing the CONSOLE WIRE to the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET (W).
Position the DISPLAY CONSOLE above the DISPLAY CONSOLE BRACKET. Connect the CONSOLE WIRE 15-pin connector (X), HEART RATE WIRE 4-pin connector (Y), and GROUND WIRE single spade (BB) (Green) to the corresponding CONNECTORS located on the back of the DISPLAY CONSOLE. Secure the DISPLAY CONSOLE to the DISPLAY
CONSOLE BRACKET using four 12mm SELF TAPPING SCREWS (17). Tighten the SCREWS securely. Do not overtighten the SCREWS.
Note: Be careful not to let the CONSOLE
BRACKET
(W).
Go Console
Connections
@
12
WIRE (X) and HEART
RATE WIRE
(Y) fall into the DISPLAY
CONSOLE
Track Console Connections
@
3.8
ASSEMBLE
Parts:
Hardware Bag #6
Tools:
5mm Hex Head Wrench
THE HANDLEBAR
(4, 15mm Button Head Screws)
(4, Flat Washers)
Locate the HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY (CC). With the handlebars facing forward, position the HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY
near the top of the MONOCOLUMN (E). Connect the WIRES (DD) leading from the HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY and the
MONOCOLUMN. Slide the HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY fully into the MONOCOLUMN. Secure the HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY to the MONOCOLUMN using four 15 mm BUTTON HEAD SCREWS (14) and matching FLAT WASHERS (15).
Tighten the SCREWS securely.
CAUTION Be careful not the pinch the WIRES (DD) when sliding the HANDLEBAR ASSEMBLY (CC) into the MONOCOLUMN (E). Insert the ENDCAP (KK) into the CONSOLE BRACKET TUBE (LL).
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3.9
PEDALS
Tools:
15mm Open End Wrench
Locate the RIGHT PEDAL
(FF) (marked with an "R").
an "R" facing upward, slide
the left slot in the PEDAL.
(EE) (marked with an "R") and PEDAL STRAP
With the side of the PEDAL STRAP marked with
the slotted end of the PEDAL STRAP through
Fasten one of the slots onto the tab located
under the left slot of the PEDAL. Bend the PEDAL STRAP upward and slide
the remaining end of the PEDAL STRAP through the right slot in the
PEDAL and into the strap adjustment clip.
The PEDAL STRAP should securely engage the strap adjustment clip.
Install the RIGHT PEDAL (EE) to the USER RIGHT CRANKARM
(GG).
Repeat for the LEFT PEDAL (marked with an "L") and PEDAL STRAP
(marked with an "L").
Note:
The LEFT PEDAL
Note:
Pedals
3.10 CI
has reverse
need to be securely
WATER
BOTTLE
Parts:
Hardware Bag #5
Tools:
Phillips Screwdriver
threads.
tightened
HOLDER
or clicking
may occur.
& BRACKET
(2, 12mm Small Head Phillips Screws)
Locate the WATER BOTTLE BRACKET (HH). Secure the WATER BOTTLE
BRACKET to the underside of the MONOCOLUMN (E) using two 12 mm
SMALL HEAD PHILLIPS SCREWS (16). Tighten the screws securely.
Insert the WATER BOTTLE (JJ) into the WATER BOTTLE BRACKET.
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4
NITIAL
SETUP
Read the entire User Manual before setting up the Lifecyde
WHERE
TO PLACE
THE EXERCISE
exercise
bike.
BIKE
Following all safety instructions in Section 1.1, move the bike to the location in which it will be used. See Section 7,
Specifications, for the dimensions of the footprint. Allow a distance of 4 feet (120 centimeters) between the bike and
other objects or surfaces on either side.
How
TO STABILIZE
THE EXERCISE
BIKE
After placing the bike in position, check the unit's stability by attempting to rock it in all directions. Any slight rocking indicates that the unit must be leveled. Determine which foot is not resting completely on the floor. Loosen the jam nut with
an open-end 17mm wrench, and rotate the stabilizing foot to lower it. Verify that the bike is stable, and repeat the adjustment as necessary until the unit no longer rocks. Lock the adjustment by tightening the jam nut against the stabilizer bar.
How
TO ADJUST
THE SEAT TO ENSURE
CORRECT
BtOMECHANICAL
POSITIONING
Proper seat positioning minimizes unnecessary leg muscle fatigue. To determine whether or not the seat requires adjustment, sit on it and place the balls of the feet on the pedals. The knee should bend slightly when the pedal is at the furthest
point in its rotation, relative to the body. The user should be able to pedal without locking the knees or shifting in the seat.
Adjusting
the seat: The bike post features a vertical locking pin seat adjustment system, which makes it easy and safe
to change the height of the seat quickly. To raise the seat, first get off the bike. Hold the seat, turn the spring-loaded
knob on the right of the seat post once counter-clockwise
to loosen it, and pull out the knob to unlock the post from its
present position. Pull the seat upward to the desired height, and release the knob to let it lock into place. Turn the knob
once clockwise to tighten it. Test and re-adjust the seat height as necessary.
To lower the seat, first get off the bike. Hold the seat, turn the spring-loaded
knob on the right of the seat post once
counterclockwise
to loosen it, and pull out the knob to unlock the post from its present position. Let the seat slide down
to the desired height, and release the knob to let it lock into place. Turn the knob once clockwise to tighten it. Test and
re-adjust the seat height as necessary.
Loosen
knob
CAUTION
: When using the height adjustment
prevent it from falling on the hand.
CAUTION:
Pull out knob,
adjust post
mechanism
Push in
knob, and
tighten
to change the height of a partially raised seat, hold the seat to
Do not attempt to lock the seat at a position higher than the minimum insertion depth marked on the seat post.
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How
TO ADJUST
THE PEDAL
STRAPS
The bike pedal safety straps keep the user's shoes on the pedals during a
workout. The straps should fit comfortably, but they also should be tight enough
to prevent shoes from slipping at any point in the pedaling rotation. Before
working out, the user should test and adjust the tightness of the straps.
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The straps can be adjusted to fit a variety of shoe sizes. Each strap is held in
place by a spring-loaded
clip that is connected to the outer edge of each pedal.
To tighten a strap, simply pull the loose end of the strap down. It automatically
locks into place with each pull. To loosen a strap, press down on the top of the
clip and pull the strap up. Release the clip to lock the strap into place. Test the
adjustment,
and change if necessary.
STARTING
p,
UP THE BIKE
See Section 7, Specifications, for power requirements. Insert the AC adapter into an electrical outlet that has been properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
Insert the power adapter jack into the barrel plug on the bottom of the exercise bike. Then insert the power supply into
the wall outlet. Make sure the cord is routed so that it doesn't bind and will not be walked on.
Check
that the console
lights up. If not, recheck
the plug and wall connections
and make sure the wall outlet
has power.
Once the unit's power is on, the console display lights up, making it possible to select a workout. When using a self-powered
unit, start pedaling to light up the console.
Note:
For customers
outside
the United States, please
use your country
specific
transformer
to power
the unit.
Note: The C3 can be self-powered
if using a Go Console. The PAUSE time is limited to 30 seconds. Workout data will
be cleared after 30 seconds of inactivity. Extend the PAUSE time by plugging the power supply in to the Go Console.
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MAiN
5.1
FEATURES
ACCESSORIES
Two accessory trays (A) are mounted above the handlebars on the C3 to provide storage for items such as water bottles,
personal stereos, and cell phones. A Water Bottle Holder (B) is located on the monocolumn of the C1.
Additionally, an integrated Reading Rack (C) for supporting a book or magazine is located at the base of the console.
5.2
CONTACT
HEART
RATE
The hand pulse sensors (D) are a built-in heart rate monitoring system on the stationary handlebar. During a workout grasp
the hand pulse sensors to monitor your heart rate. We recommend using the heart rate chest strap included with your console during workouts and using the hand pulse sensors to only occasionally
monitor your heart rate when not using the
chest strap. In addition, to utilize heart rate controlled workouts the chest strap must be used. For the most accurate reading, use a comfortable grip. The console will show a heart rate reading after 15 to 20 seconds.
Hand pulse sensors can work differently with different body types. With some individuals
heart rate reading. Follow the below tips to improve the heart rate reading.
Remove
your hands from the heart rate sensors
Make sure hands are fully contacting
Dry hands periodically
it can be very difficult to extract a
and wait for the heart rate display to clear. Grasp sensors
again.
the sensors.
during use.
Limit movement.
Clean hand pulse sensors.
Note:
The heart rate hand pulse sensors provide
and should not be used in any type of medical
C1 with Track
O0
@
ODODO
Console
an approximate
heart rate value. The sensors are not medical
devices
application.
C3 with Track
Console
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SERVICE
6.1
& PRODUCT
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
Check to see that the power cord is fully plugged into the back of the
Lifecycle exercise bike and into the wall. Make sure the power cord is
fully seated into the back of the Lifecycle exercise bike.
You may be in "Energy Saver Mode". Press the "Energy Saver" button to
see if the console turns on.
No power.
Verify that all customer assembly connections are working properly.
Unplug and re-plug each connection to verify. Look to see if any cables
were pinched during assembly.
Clicking noise while pedaling.
Use the wrench that was included with the Lifecycle exercise
ensure the pedals are assembled as tight as possible.
Hear noise as speed
It is normal for any mechanical
increases.
increases.
Can't feel a resistance change at the
beginning levels.
1.
2.
heart rate is not working.
3.
4.
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to become
The resistance curve of the Lifecycle exercise
you can feel a greater difference in resistance
Potential
Wireless
device
reasons
for the wireless
bike to
louder as speed
bike is designed
at higher levels.
heart rate not to work
properly
so that
include:
The wireless heart rate is turned OFF in the Settings Menu. Enter
the Settings Menu and verify that WIRELESS
HR is turned ON.
There is poor contact between the telemetry heart rate strap and
the skin.
There is electrical interference from electrical appliances with the
telemetry heart rate strap from fluorescent lights, kitchen appliances,
etc. Move the Lifecycle exercise bike to a different location or move
electrical appliances away from the Lifecycle exercise bike.
The battery in the Heart Rate Telemetry Strap needs to be replaced.
The battery is a CR2032 (3V).
ff a d the
Turn the unito
"OFF" is displayed in the LEVEL
window on the console.
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a a
non
g in.
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If power cycling the product did not work, there is a problem with the
resistance system. Contact Customer Support Services for assistance.
Be sure to grasp the sensors firmly and keep hands still. If heart rate
seems substantially higher or lower than expected, remove hands from
sensors until heart rate disappears.
The contact heart rate sensors are
not reading my heart rate correctly.
Tips for contact heart rate:
1. Dry hands to prevent slipping on the sensors.
2. Apply hands to all four sensors (two in each hand).
3. Grasp sensors firmly.
4. Apply constant pressure to the sensors.
5. May need to wait longer for heart rate to display.
Note: The heart rate hand pulse sensors provide an approximate
heart
rate value. The sensors are not medical devices and should not be used
in any type of medical
iPod is not recognized.
application.
This is displayed if your version of the iPod Player is not supported by
the bike.
Note: Applies to Track Console only.
It may also be displayed if the connector on the bike or iPod is damaged. _i
iPod is not charging while in Energy
Saver mode.
Note: Applies to Track Console only.
"Low Battery" message is displayed
on the console.
Note: Applies to Track Console only.
When I try to save a workout on the
USB stick I receive the following
message: UNABLE TO SAVE SEE
MANUAL•
Note: Applies to Track Console only.
Your iPod will not charge if the bike enters Energy Saver mode. This is
normal.
The console has an internal battery that keeps the real time clock
functioning if the bike is unplugged. This real time clock is only needed if
you use the Life Fitness "Virtual Trainer" website. You do not need to
replace the battery if you do not use the website. Contact Customer
Service for guidance on how to change the battery• The battery is a
CR1632 (3V).
The console may not have recognized the USB stick• Try unplugging the
USB stick and plugging it back in.
The USB stick may be full.
The USB stick may not be compatible with the product•
Try using a different USB stick.
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6.2
PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE
The Life Fitness Lifecycle exercise
of the most rugged and trouble-free
TiPS
bike is backed by the engineering
excellence and reliability
pieces of exercise equipment on the market today.
of Life Fitness
and is one
Note: Safety of the equipment can be maintained only if the equipment is examined regularly for damage or wear. Keep
the equipment out of use until the defective parts are required or replaced. Pay special attention to parts that are subject
to wear, as outlined below.
The following
preventive
maintenance
tips will keep the Life Fitness
,
Locate the Life Fitness
,
Keep the pedal straps fastened
,
Clean the top surface
,
Keep the display
,
Clean the display console and all exterior surfaces
Approved Cleaners) and a soft cotton cloth.
,
Long fingernails may damage
tion buttons on the console.
or scratch
,
Clean the housing
on a regular
LIFE FITNESS
bike operating
at peak performance:
Bike in a cool, dry place.
securely
when using the Bike.
of the pedals regularly.
console
free of fingerprints
thoroughly
APPROVED
exercise
and salt build-up
the surface
caused
with an approved
of the console;
by sweat.
or compatible
cleaner
(see Life Fitness
use the pad of the finger to press the selec-
basis.
CLEANERS
Two preferred cleaners have been approved by Life Fitness reliability experts: PureGreen 24 and Gym Wipes. Both
cleaners will safely and effectively remove dirt, grime and sweat from equipment. PureGreen 24 and the Antibacterial
Force formula of Gym Wipes are both disinfectants that are effective against MRSA and H1N1.
PureGreen 24 is available in a convenient spray. Apply the spray to a
Use PureGreen 24 on the equipment for at least 2 minutes for general
fungus and viral control. Gym Wipes are large, durable pre-moistened
workouts. Use Gym Wipes on the equipment for at least 2 minutes for
Contact Life Fitness
Call 1-800-351-3737
LIFE FITNESS
Customer Support Services to order these
or email: [email protected]
COMPATIBLE
microfiber cloth and wipe down the equipment.
disinfection purposes and at least 10 minutes for
wipes to use on the equipment before and after
general disinfection purposes.
cleaners.
CLEANERS
Mild soap and water or a mild non-abrasive
household cleaner can also be used to clean the display and all exterior surfaces. Use a soft cotton cloth only. Apply the cleaner to the cotton cloth before cleaning. DO NOT use ammonia or acid
based cleaners. DO NOT use abrasive cleaners. DO NOT use paper towels. DO NOT apply cleaners directly to the
equipment surfaces.
2O
6.3
PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE
ITEM
SCHEDULE
WEEKLY
Console Overlay
Clean
Bottle Holders
Clean
MONTHLY
BI-ANNUALL Y
Inspect
Inspect
Console Mounting Bolts
6.4
Inspect
Frame
Clean
Plastic Covers
Clean
Lifepulse Sensors
Clean / Inspect
Pedals and Straps
Clean
How
TO OBTAIN
PRODUCT
Inspect
Inspect
Inspect
Inspect
SERVICE
1.
Please contact your dealer or Life Fitness Customer Service at 1-800-351-3737.
2.
Verify the symptom and review the operating instructions and troubleshooting
3.
Locate and document the serial number of the unit. The serial number plate is located on the front stabilizer, below the
shroud. Please also have proof of purchase information available.
matrix.
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SPECiFiCATiONS
LiFE FITNESS
Designed
01
/ C3
UPRIGHT
LIFECYCLE ® EXERCISE
Use:
BIKES
Home
Max User Weight:
300 Ibs./136
400 Ibs./181
Pedal Size:
4.5 in. / 11.5 cm.
Drive Type:
Poly-V belt-drive
Power Requirements:
120 Volt (U.S.), 220 Volt (Europe), 240+ Volt (Australia)
Note: The C3 can be self-powered with the Go Console.
Accessories:
Water Bottle Holder & Reading Rack (C1)
Two Accessory Trays & Reading Rack (C3)
Resistance
Eddy Current (Cl)
Generator (C3)
Note: Both resistance systems are speed independent.
System:
Assembled
Dimensions
Length
Width
Cl
C3
41 in. / 104 cm.
23.5 in. / 60 cm.
45 in. / 114 cm.
27.2 in. / 69 cm.
Height
56 in. / 142 cm.
56 in. / 142 cm.
Weight
116 Ibs. / 52.6 kg.
112.8 Ibs. / 51 kg.
Cl
C3
Length
Width
44.88 in. / 114 cm.
17.91 in. / 45.5 cm.
44.88 in. / 114 cm.
17.91 in. / 45.5 cm.
Height
29.92 in. / 76 cm.
29.92 in. / 76 cm.
Weight
132 Ibs. / 59.9 kg.
132 Ibs. / 59.9 kg.
Shipped Dimensions
22
kg. (C1)
kg. (C3)
WARRANTY
INFORMATION
C1 / C3 Upright
Lifecycle Base
Electrical Parts &
Mechanical
Parts
Frame
Labor
WHAT IS COVERED:
This Life Fitness consumer product ("Product") is warranted to be free of all defects in material and workmanship.
WHO
IS COVERED:
The original purchaser or any person receiving a newly purchased
Warranty will be voided on subsequent transfers.
Product
as a gift from the original
purchaser.
HOW LONG IS IT COVERED:
Residential: All electrical and mechanical components and labor are covered, after the date of purchase, as listed on the
chart above.
Non-Residential: Warranty void (this Product is intended for residential use only).
WHO PAYS SHIPPING & INSURANCE FOR SERVICE:
If the Product or any warranted part must be returned to a service facility for repairs, Life Fitness will pay all shipping
and insurance charges during the warranty period (within the United States only). The purchaser is responsible for shipping and insurance charges after the warranty has expired.
WHAT
WE WILL
DO TO CORRECT
COVERED
We will ship to you any new or rebuilt replacement
replacement
parts are warranted for the remaining
WHAT
DEFECTS:
part or component,
or, at our option, replace the Product.
portion of the original warranty period.
Such
IS NOT COVERED:
Any failures or damage caused by unauthorized
service, misuse, accident, negligence, improper assembly or installation,
debris resulting from any construction activities in the Product's environment,
rust or corrosion as a result of the Product's
location, alterations or modifications
without our written authorization
or by failure on your part to use, operate and maintain the Product as set out in your User Manual ("Manual"). All terms of this warranty are void if this Product is moved
beyond the continental borders of the United States of America (excluding Alaska, Hawaii and Canada) and are then
subject to the terms provided by that country's local authorized Life Fitness Representative.
WHAT
YOU MUST
DO:
Retain proof of purchase. Use, operate and maintain the Product as specified in the Manual; notify the place of purchase
of any defect within 10 days after discovery of the defect; if instructed, return any defective part for replacement
or, if
necessary, the entire Product for repair. Life Fitness reserves the right to decide whether or not a product is to be
returned for repair.
USER MANUAL:
It is VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE MANUAL before operating the Product. Remember to perform the periodic maintenance requirements specified in the Manual to assure proper operation and your continued satisfaction.
PRODUCT REGISTRATION:
Register online at www.lifefitness.com/home/product-registration.htmL
Our receipt assures that your name, address
and date of purchase are on file as a registered owner of the Product. Being a registered owner assures coverage in the
event you lose your proof of purchase. Please retain your proof of purchase, such as your bill of sale or receipt.
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HOW TO GET PARTS & SERVICE:
Refer to page one of this manual for your local service contact information. Reference your name, address and the serial
number of your Product (consoles and frames may have separate serial numbers). They will tell you how to get a They
will tell you how to get a replacement part, or, if necessary, arrange for service where your Product is located.
EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY:
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND EITHER EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITYAND
FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES ON OUR PART. We neither
assume nor authorize any person to assure for us any other obligation or liability concerning the sale of this Product.
Under no circumstances shall we be liable under this warranty, or otherwise, of any damage to any person or property,
including any lost profits or lost savings, for any special, indirect, secondary, incidental or consequential damages of any
nature arising out of the use of or inability to use this Product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
implied warranties or of liability for incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you. Warranties may vary outside the U.S. Contact Life Fitness for details.
CHANGES IN WARRANTY NOT AUTHORIZED:
No one is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of this limited warranty.
EFFECT OF U.S. STATE LAWS:
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
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