Treadmill TF55/T60/T70

Treadmill TF55/T60/T70
Treadmill TF55/T60/T70
User Manual TMNA:04
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Grounding Instructions.....................................................
Compliance.....................................................................
Safety Instructions............................................................
Installation........................................................................
Levelling Legs...................................................................
Overview..........................................................................
Latching & Un-Latching Locks...........................................
TF55/T60.........................................................................
T70...................................................................................
Stretching and Flexibility...................................................
Maintenance......................................................................
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2
3-4
5
6
7
8
9-17
18-31
32-33
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Warranty........................................................................... 35-36
FCC WARNING-POSSIBLE RADIO
/TELEVISION INTERFRERENCE
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:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase space between the equipment
Plug the equipment into two electrical outlet
located on separate circuits
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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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical product, basic precautions should always be
followed, including the followning:
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 or 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.
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 form outlet.
Never place the power cord under carpeting or place any
object on top of the power cord, which may pinch and
damage it.
Unplug your Treadmill before moving it.
When the FITNEX Treadmill is in use, young children and
pets sould 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 family history of high blood pressure or heart disease, 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,dizzy, 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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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 or your dealer before using the treadmill in a different country.
When choosing a location for the treadmill, pick a location that is
unobstructed. The treadmill must have the following clearance.
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.
The treadmill must be properly grounded prior to use. Proper grounding
reduces the risk of shock or damage to the treadmill. The powercord'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.
LEVELLING 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 before adjustment.
T60
TF55
T70
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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. Should an
electrical overload occur due to a surge in electricity or other situation,
the circuit breaker will disconnect to prevent any damage from occurring
to the treadmill.
If the treadmill suddenly stops with no lights visible nor beep heard, reset
the circuit breaker. To reset the circuit breaker press the button firmly.
The display console should restart and a beep should be heard.
CAUTION
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
Plug the power cord into a properly grounded electrical outlet, keep
power cord clean of treadmill wheels during operation. Replace the
power cord if it is damaged or pinched. Damage to the power cord could
result in a fire hazard or cause personal injury through electrical shock.
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LATCHING & UN-LATCHING LOCKS
For TF55
After toe lock latches ensure safety lock is engaged.
Unlatch safety lock first, then release toe lock.
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TF55/T60
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TF55/T60
SATETY STOP:
Pulling the safety magnet stops the treadmill
immediately.
START:
Begins workout.
ENTER:
Accept entry of variable setting.
SELECT:
Select an exercise program. Use to scan the
Time / Calories / Distance / Heart Rate during
workout.
SPEED:
Increase / Decrease the tread belt speed.
ELEVATION:
Increase / Decrease the elevation of treadmill.
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TF55/T60
COOL DOWN:
Press COOL DOWN, elevation returns to 0%.
If the current speed is higher than 5 MPH
(8KMH), speed returns to 0 in 3 minutes.
If the current speed is between 1.6~5 MPH
(2.56~8KMH), speed returns to 0 in 2 minutes.
If the current speed is lower than 1.6 MPH,
(2.56KMH) speed returns to 0 in 18 seconds.
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.
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
MPH
One Touch Speed Buttons
Select speed from 1 to 10 MPH.
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TF55/T60
Manual
Turn on the power and put the safety key on.
Set weight. You can use “
” and “
adjust your weight, then press “
Press “
” to start your workout.
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”.
” to
TF55/T60
Set Time/Set Calories/Set Distance
Turn on the power and put the safety key on.
Set weight. You can use “
” and “
adjust your weight, then press “
Press “
”.
” to choose one of these three programs,
then press “
”.
If you choose “Set Time”, you can use “
“
“
” and
” to adjust the calories you want to exercise.
If you choose “Set Distance”, you can use “
“
” and
” to adjust the distance you want to exercise.
After adjusting, please press “
Step 5
” and
” to adjust the time you want to exercise.
If you choose “Set Calories”, you can use “
Step 4
” to
Press “
”.
” to start your workout.
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TF55/T60
Custom 1/ Custom2
Turn on the power and put the safety key on.
Set weight. You can use “
” and “
adjust your weight, then press “
Press “
”.
” to choose one of these two programs,
then press “
”.
Set each segment’s speed by pressing “
“
Step 4
” and
”.
Set each segment’s elevation by pressing “
“
” to
” and
”.
After setting up a segment, please press “
” to set
up next segment.
Step 5
After setting 30 segments, please press “
your workout.
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” to start
TF55/T60
Walking Course/ Running Course
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Turn on the power and put the safety key on.
Set weight. You can use “
” and “
adjust your weight, then press “
Press “
Use “
”.
” when you see TIM on the matrix window.
” and “
” to adjust the time you want
to exercise.
Step 6
Press “
”.
” to choose one of these two programs,
then press “
Press “
” to
” to start your workout.
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TF55/T60
Calories 15 Minutes/Interval 20 Minutes/
Fat Burn 25 Minutes/Endurance 30 Minutes
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Turn on the power and put the safety key on.
Set weight. You can use “
” and “
adjust your weight, then press “
Press “
then press “
Press “
” to
”.
” to choose one of these four programs,
”.
” to start your workout.
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TF55/T60
Heart Rate Control
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Turn on the power and put the safety key on.
Set weight. You can use “
” and “
adjust your weight, then press “
Press “
“
” to
”.
” to choose the programs, then press
”.
Set age. You can use “
” and “
your age, then press “
” to adjust
”.
Set Maximum Heart Rate %. You can use“
“
Press “
” to adjust, then press “
” and
”.
” to start your workout.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You need to wear a chest belt before starting this
program.
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T70
The display layout of T70 includes information window and button location.
Information Window & MP3 Buttons
Button Location
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T70
INFORMATION WINDOW
The information window provides two different types of information:
program directions and user information data. Program directions will
be explained with programs later. User information data includes:
User Information Data
Description
TIME
Indicates time in minutes and
seconds(mm:ss)
PULSE
Indicates heart rate, beats per
minute during your workout.
(Only displayed if you are using
contact heart rate bar or chest
belt.)
DISTANCE
Indicates exercising distance of
your workout.
CALORIES
Indicates accumulated calories
burned during your workout.
SPEED
Indicates speed of your workout.
(Either miles or kilometers.)
INCLINE
Indicates current incline of your
workout.
LEVEL
Indicates exercise level of your
workout.
PROGRAM
Indicates program of your workout.
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T70
Button Location
There are buttons for operating the treadmill, adjust incline level and
exercise speed. A description of each button is listed below.
Start workout
Enter Data
Stop workout slowly
Stop workout
Adjust workout level
Adjust incline level. Every press will
increase 1 level. Press and hole the
button to adjust quickly.
Adjust speed. Every press will increase
o.1. Press and hole the button to adjust
quickly.
Adjust fan strength. There are three
adjustments which are turn off, weak
wind and strong wind. Fan can be used
only when putting on safety key.
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T70
Incline quick key for 0.
Incline quick key for 8%.
Incline quick key for 15%.
Speed quick key for 2.5MPH/4KPH.
Speed quick key for 3.5MPH/5.6KPH.
Speed quick key for 4.5MPH/7.2KPH.
Choose CLASSIC exercise programs which include
P1, P2, and P3. P1 is CARDIO. P2 is FAT BURN.
P3 is INTERVAL.
Heart Rate Control program.
MANUAL program
Choose GOAL exercise programs which include P1,
P2 and P3.
P1 is TIME. P2 is CALORIES. P3 is DISTANCE.
Choose TRAINING exercise programs which include
P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5. P1 is GERKIN. P2 is USB.
P3 is CUSTOM 1. P4 is CUSTOM 2.
P5 is CUSTOM 3.
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T70
MANUAL
Step 1
Set up weight, then press
Step 2
Press
Step 3
Press
.
.
to start workout.
During workout, you can change speed and incline by using
and
.
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T70
CLASSIC
Step 1
Set up weight, then press
Step 2
Press
.
Press
Step 3
.
and
to choose P1(CARDIO),
P2(FAT BURN) or P3(INTERVAL) program, then
press
.
Press
and
to set time .
Step 4
Then press
Step 5
Press
.
to start workout .
During workout, you can change speed and incline by using
and
.
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T70
HEART RATE CONTROL
Step 1
Set up weight, then press
Step 2
Press
Step 3
, then press
.
Set age and you can uses
then press
.
and
to choose,
.
Set TARGET HEART RATE and you can uses
Step 4
Step 5
and
to adjust, then press
Set TIME and you can use
then press
and
.
to adjust,
to start workout.
During workout, you can change speed by
Incline will be controlled by program.
Heart rate checks all the time during your workout-
.
A. If your heart rate is over 10 bmp lower than target heart rate, incline will
increase 1% every 30 seconds. When incline is in highest level, speed
window flashes three times every 30 seconds to inform user to increase
speed, but speed will be not increased automatically.
B. If your heart rate is over 10 bmp higher than target heart rate, incline will
be decreased 1% every 10 seconds. If incline is already decreased to 0%,
speed will be decreased 0.1 mph every 10 seconds automatically to lowest
speed.
C. If no heart rate is detected, heart rate window flashes, and treadmill will
be turned off in 30 seconds.
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T70
GOAL
Step 1
Set up weight, then press
Step 2
Press
.
Press
Step 3
.
and
to choose P1(TIME),
P2(CALORIES) or P3(DISTANCE) program, then
press
.
Default time for P1 is 20.
Default calories for P2 is 200.
Default distance for P3 is 5.
Step 4
Press
to start workout.
During workout, you can change speed and incline by using
and
.
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T70
Training
Step 1
Set up weight, then press
Step 2
Press
.
Press
Step 3
.
and
to choose P1(GERKINM),
P2(USB), P3(CUSTOM 1), P4(CUSTOM 2), or
P5(CUSTOM 3). program, then press
Step 4
Press
.
to start workout.
1. During workout, you can change speed and incline by using
and
.
2. When using USB, it will read information of USB automatically. If
nothing is read, it will show DATA ERROR on the console.
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T70
Note
1. Press
during your workout, drive motor will stop,
but incline level will not change. “STOP” will be shown on the
display and count down 5 minutes. When counting down to 0,
it will be reset automatically and turn off display.
2. Press
during your workout, incline level and speed will
decrease to 0. When incline level and speed decrease to 0, it will
be reset automatically and turn off display. During cool down,
if you press
, drive motor will stop and start counting
down 5 minutes. When it counts down to 0, it rests automatically
and turns off display.
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T70
ENGINEER MODE
1. Turn on power, and press and hold
for 3 seconds to
set date/time.
While setting, you can use any up and down button to adjust.
Then press
to confirm the value you set.
2. Turn on power, press and hold
and “
for 3 seconds.
a. It will show software version.
b. Press
to show flywheel diameter setting value.
c. Press
to set MPH/KPH.
d. Press
to set calendar.
e. Press
and it will show total workout distance.
f. Press
and it will show total workout time by hour.
g. Press
and it will go back to start window.
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”
T70
ERROR CODE
1. E1 means no speed signal feedback.
2. E6 means no elevation motor signal feedback.
3. E7 means no elevation motor signal in start point feedback.
Buttons for T70 MP3
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1.EARPHONE JACK
2.VOLUME +
4.LAST SONG
5.PLAY/PAUSE
6.NEXT SONG
7.LIGHT FOR MP3 ON
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3.VOLUME -
T70
T70 USB MANUAL
Before using T70 USB function correctly, please read install Steelfelx USB
program in your computer first.
1. How to set up program?
a. Edit window
Exercise data record
Program
Edit
Item
setting
Mode
setting
Speed
window
Unit
setting
Speed
setting
Time
setting
Weight
setting
Incline
window
USB
device
setting
Incline
setting
b. Operation
b1. Set each bar of speed and incline by pressing arrows in each segment.
b2. Graph in Speed window and Incline window will be changed.
b3. Speed and Incline can be set by pressing each bar of speed window and
incline window.
b4. After setting, please press SAVE. The file will be saved in the USB device
where you choose. File name in the computer will be PT10.CUS or PT7.
CUS and it can not be changed. Different name can not be read by treadmill.
b5. If data setting is over range, it will show 〝DAT ERR〞on treadmill console.
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T70
2. How to use Exercise Data Record?
a. Record window
Choose
record time
Speed
graph
Accumulated
exercise data
Open
exercise data
file
Incline
graph
Hear rate
graph
b. Operation
b1. Open record in your USB storage. File name is PT10_REC.CUS or
PT7_REC.CUS (File name can not be changed, or it can not be read.)
b2. Every record’s date and time will be shown in “ Choose record time”.
b3. In accumulate column, it shows every workout time, every workout time
accumulated calories, and distance.
b4. Data is recorded every 30 seconds. The longer you exercise on the
treadmill, the more data will be recorded. Under Pulse window, there is
a scroll. If data of every record is over 20, you can use scroll to see more
information of speed, incline and pulse.
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Stretching and Flexibility
Lower Back, Hips, Groin, and Hamstrings
1. 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.
2. Slowly bend forward from the hips, always keeping your
knees slightly bent.
3. Stretch only to the point where you feel a tugging in the
back of your legs.
Side Bends
1. 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.
2. 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.
3. Repeat with other side.
Quadriceps (front of thigh)
1. Lying on our stomach, pull the heel toward your buttocks with
the opposite hand. Keep the thigh of the leg being stretched
close to the leg on the floor.
2. The same stretch can be
done standing. Do not allow
the thigh to come in front of
you and so not bend forward
at the waist.
3. Do this exercise twice - once
on each leg.
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Stretching and Flexibility
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.
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.
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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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-abarasive cleaning solution on a soft cloth and wipe down the unit.
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.
Inspect area under treadmill and vacuum regularly.
Item
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Quarterly
Console
Mounting
Bolts
Inspect
Frame
Clean
Console
Clean
Satety Stop
Inspect
Inspect
Test
Inspect
Power Cord
Running Belt
Top
Bi-annual
Clean
(Vacuum)
Running Belt
Tension
Inspect
Running Belt
Inspect
Rear
Adjustable
foot
Adjust
V Belt
Adjust
Motor Pulley
Clean
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Inspect
Warranty
1.The Warranty applies to the original owner and is extended to
cover the cost of part(s) repair and/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 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.
5. Labor coverage is provided only if an authorized Fitnex dealer or
the Fitnex factory representative does the work.
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,
installation or 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. User is also responsible for reasonable and necessary
maintenance. Failure to maintain proper tread belt tracking and
tensioning will void this warranty.
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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, un-authorized modification, or failure to provide
reasonable and necessary care as outlined in the owner's manual.
This warranty becomes VALID ONLY if the 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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