Exerpeutic | 1111 | Owner`s manual | Exerpeutic 1111 Owner`s manual

Programmable Recumbent Bike
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.
OWNER’S MANUAL
Item #1112
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SERVICE ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2
LABEL PLACEMENT --------------------------------------------------------- 3
PRODUCT SAFETY ---------------------------------------------------------- 4
OVERVIEW DRAWING ------------------------------------------------------ 5
PARTS LIST --------------------------------------------------------------------- 6
HARDWARE LIST & TOOLS ----------------------------------------------- 8
ASSEMBLY ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
COMPUTER --------------------------------------------------------------------- 20
ADJUSTMENTS ---------------------------------------------------------------- 25
TROUBLE SHOOTING & MAINTENANCE ----------------------------- 26
WARM UP ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 27
WARRANTY -------------------------------------------------------------------- 28
FAX FORM ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 29
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SERVICE
IMPORTANT: FOR NORTH AMERICA ONLY
To request product service and order
replacement parts, please call our
customer service department at:
1-866-924-1688
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time,
or email us at: service@paradigmhw.com
Please visit our website at www.paradigmhw.com.
Please have the following information ready when requesting for service:
Your name
Phone number
Model number
Serial number
Part number
Proof of Purchase
*Before returning this product to the store please contact
customer service at the contact number.
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
1189 Jellick Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91748, USA
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LABEL PLACEMENT
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PRODUCT SAFETY
Basic precautions should always be followed, including the following
safety instructions when using this equipment. Read all instructions
before using this equipment.
1.
Read all the instructions in this manual and do warm up exercises before
using this equipment.
2. Before exercise, in order to avoid injuring the muscle, warm-up exercise
of every position of the body is necessary. Refer to Warm Up pages.
After exercise, relaxation of the body is suggested for cool-down.
3. Please make sure all parts are not damaged and fixed well before use.
This equipment should be placed on a flat surface when using. Using a
mat or other covering material on the ground is recommended.
4. Please wear proper clothes and shoes when using this equipment; do not
wear clothes that might catch any part of the equipment; remember to
tighten the pedaling straps.
5. Do not attempt any maintenance or adjustments other than those
described in this manual. Should any problems arise, discontinue use
and consult an Authorized Service Representative.
6. Do not use the equipment outdoors.
7. This equipment is for household use only.
8. Only one person should be on the equipment while in use.
9. Keep children and pets away from the equipment while in use. This
machine is designed for adults only. This product requires a minimum of
6 feet of space for safe operation.
10. If you feel any chest pains, nausea, dizziness, or short of breath, you
should stop exercising immediately and consult your physician before
continuing.
11. The maximum weight capacity for this product is 300 lbs/136 kgs.
WARNING: Before beginning any exercise program consult
your physician. This is especially important for the people who are over
35 years old or who have pre-existing health problems. Read all
instructions before using any fitness equipment.
CAUTION: Read all instructions carefully before operating this
product.
Retain this Owner’s Manual for future reference.
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OVERVIEW DRAWING
PARTS LIST
No.
Description
Qty No.
Description
Qty
001 Handrail End Cap Ø32x1.5
2 025
Bushing
2
002 Bolt M6x15
4 026
Rear Main Frame
1
003 Washer Ø6xØ12x1.0
5 027
Side Triangle Knob M12
1
004 Left Handrail Ø32x1.5x1085
1 028
Bottom Triangle Knob M12
1
005 Backrest 407x364x50
1 029
Extension Hand Pulse Sensor
Wire I L=1300 mm
1
2 030
Phillips Self Tapping Screw
ST4.8x20
2
2 031
Right Decorate Cover Ø60
1
2 032
Left Decorate Cover Ø60
1
009 Bolt M6x35
2 033
Screw ST4.8x25
3
010 Big Curve Washer Ø6xØ16x1.5
6 034
Rear Stabilizer End Cap Ø60
2
011
2 035
Cap Nut M8
4
1 036
Big Curve Washer Ø8xØ20x2.0
5
1 037
Bolt M8x70
4
014 Wire Grommet Ø12.1
2 038
Rear Stabilizer Ø60x1.5x580
1
015 Seat Sliding Tube 53x23x2
1 039
Bolt M8x15
15
016 Seat 430x330x90
1 040
Washer Ø8xØ16x1.5
18
1 041
Hexagon Nut M10xH5
1
018 Big Washer Ø6xØ18x1.5
8 042
Adjustable Leveler M10
1
019 Bolt M6x20
8 043
Computer TZ-4633
1
020 Armrest 250x110x45
2 044
Extension Hand Pulse Sensor
Wire III L=650 mm
2
1 045
Bolt M5x10
4
4 046
Bolt M5x15
2
1 047
Bottle Holder
1
4 048
Front Post 70x30x1.5
1
006
Hand Pulse Sensor with Wire
L=1150 mm
007 Screw ST4.2x30
008
Handrail Foam Grip
Ø31xØ37x230
Cap Nut M6
012 Right Handrail Ø32x1.5x929
013
017
021
Extension Hand Pulse Sensor
Wire L=300 mm
Back and Seat Support Bracket
53x23x2
Right Handrail Support Tube
Ø25x1.5
022 Bolt M6x50
023
Left Handrail Support Tube
Ø25x1.5
024 Bolt M6x15
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
049 Bolt M8x10
Qty No.
Description
Qty
4 074
Power Supply Cable L=300 mm
1
1 075
Hexagon Nut 1/2”
1
051 Extension Sensor Wire L=600 mm
1 076
Adapter L=2000 mm
1
052 Screw ST2.9x12
2 077
Front Stabilizer End Cap Ø60
2
053 Sensor with Wire L=300 mm
1 078
Front Stabilizer Ø60x1.5x580
1
054 Front Post Cover
1 079
Bolt M6x45
2
050
Extension Sensor Wire I
L=650 mm
055
Extension Hand Pulse Sensor
Wire II L=1200 mm
1 080
Transport Wheel Ø23xØ6x32
2
056
Phillips Self Tapping Screw
ST4.2x20
6 081
Nylon Nut M6
2
057 DC Motor with Wire L=300 mm
1 082
Bolt M8x20
1
058 Screw ST4.2x25
6 083
Idler Arm
1
059 Cover Cap Ø40xØ25x10
2 084
Big Washer Ø8xØ20x2
1
060 Right Cover 672x79x448
1 085
Nylon Nut M8
1
061 Right Foot Pedal (YH-30X)
1 086
Bearing 6000-2Z
2
062 Crank with Belt Pulley Ø240
1 087
Washer Ø10xØ14x1.0
2
063 Left Foot Pedal (YH-30X)
1 088
Bolt M6x10
1
064 Washer Ø24xØ40x3.0
1 089
Spring Ø17x80xØ2.5
1
065 Bearing Nut I 15/16"
1 090
Belt PJ360 J6
1
066 Ball Bearing
2 091
Nut M6
2
067 Bearing Cup
2 092
Spring Washer Ø6
2
068 Bearing Nut II 7/8"
1 093
Tension Bracket
2
069 Washer Ø23xØ34.5x2.5
1 094
Adjustable Bolt M6x36
2
070 Hexagon Nut 7/8”
1 095
Nut M10x1.0x6
2
071 Left Cover 672x83x448
1 096
Flywheel Ø230
1
072 Magnetic Brake Cable L=280 mm
1 097
L Shape Knob M6x1.5
1
073 Front Main Frame 80x40x2
1 098
Square End Cap 50x50x1.5
1
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HARDWARE LIST & TOOLS
(#9) Bolt
2 PCS
(#10) Big Curve Washer
6 PCS
(#11) Cap Nut
2 PCS
(#22) Bolt
4 PCS
(#35) Cap Nut
4 PCS
(#36) Big Curve Washer
4 PCS
(#37) Bolt
4 PCS
Allen Wrench 6mm
1 PC
Allen Wrench 5mm
1 PC
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
1 PC
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
73
35
36
78
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
37
1. Front Stabilizer Installation
Lift up the Front Main Frame (73) towards the front, and then align the Front Stabilizer (78)
onto the front curve of the Front Main Frame (73). Attach two Bolts (37) and on the other
ends of bolts with two Big Curve Washers (36) and two Cap Nuts (35). Hold the Front
Stabilizer (78) to the Front Main Frame (73) and use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips
Screwdriver to tighten the Cap Nuts (35) until firm and secure.
Hardware:
(#35) Cap Nut
2 PCS
(#36) Big Curve Washer
2 PCS
9
(#37) Bolt
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
35
36
26
38
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
37
2. Rear Stabilizer Installation
Lift up the Rear Main Frame (26) towards the end, and then align the Rear Stabilizer (38)
onto the rear curve of the Rear Main Frame (26). Attach two Bolts (37) and on the other
ends of bolts with two Big Curve Washers (36) and two Cap Nuts (35). Hold the Rear
Stabilizer (38) to the Rear Main Frame (26) and use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips
Screwdriver to tighten the Cap Nuts (35) until firm and secure.
Hardware:
(#35) Cap Nut
2 PCS
(#36) Big Curve Washer
2 PCS
10
(#37) Bolt
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
Tool:
Allen Wrench 6mm
26
39 40
40
39
40 29 55
39
73
3. Rear Main Frame Installation
Use 6mm Allen Wrench to remove six Bolts (39) and six Washers (40) from the Rear Main
Frame (26).
Connect the Extension Hand Pulse Sensor Wire I (29) from the Rear Main Frame (26) with
the Extension Hand Pulse Sensor Wire II (55) from the Front Main Frame (73). Insert the
Rear Main Frame (26) into Front Main Frame (73). Make sure the wires stay connected.
Tighten the six Bolts (39) and six Washers (40) by 6mm Allen Wrench.
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
16
23
24
Allen Wrench 5mm
24
21
17
18
19
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
4. Seat and Right/Left Handrail Support Tubes Installation
Use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to remove four Bolts (24) from the Back and
Seat Support Bracket (17).
Align and hold the Right Handrail Support Tube (21) onto the Back and Seat Support
Bracket (17), use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to tighten the Bolts (24) until
firm and secure.
Repeat the same assembly steps to the Left Handrail Support Tube (23).
Use 5mm Allen Wrench to remove four Big Washers (18) and four Bolts (19) from the Seat
(16).
Align and hold the Seat (16) onto the Back and Seat Support Bracket (17), use 5mm Allen
Wrench to tighten four Big Washers (18) and four Bolts (19) until firm and secure.
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ASSEMBLY
(27)
17
39
40
39
39 40
Tool:
40
39 40
25 26
27
25
15
(28)
28
97
Allen Wrench 6mm
5. Back/Seat Support Bracket and Seat Sliding Tube Installation
Use 6mm Allen Wrench to remove eight Bolts (39) and eight Washers (40) from the Seat
Sliding Tube (15).
Insert the Seat Sliding Tube (15) into the Bushings (25) of the Rear Main Frame (26).
Attach the Back and Seat Support Bracket (17) onto the Seat Sliding Tube (15) with eight
Bolts (39) and eight Washers (40) that were removed. Tighten bolts with 6mm Allen
Wrench provided.
Adjust the seat position and insert the Side Triangle Knob (27), Bottom Triangle Knob (28),
and L Shape Knob (97). Turn all knobs in the clockwise direction to tighten.
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48
40
40
49
36
49
39
Tool:
54
50
44
51
55
Allen Wrench 6mm
73
6. Front Post and Front Post Cover and Foot Pedals Installation
Use 6mm Allen Wrench to remove four Washers (40), four Bolts (49), one bolt (39), and one
Big Curve Washer (36) from the tube of the Front Main Frame (73).
Slide the Front Post Cover (54) up to the Front Post (48).
Connect the Extension Sensor Wire (51) and Extension Hand Pulse Sensor Wire II (55)
from the Front Main Frame (73) to the Extension Sensor Wire I (50) and Extension Hand
Pulse Sensor Wire III (44) from the Front Post (48).
Insert the Front Post (48) onto the tube of the Front Main Frame (73) and secure with four
Washers (40), four Bolts (49), one bolt (39), and one Big Curve Washer (36) that were
removed. First lightly tighten four Bolts (49) on the side of the Front Post (48) and one Bolt
(39) on the front of the Front Post (48) by hand. After all five bolts are lightly tightened by
hand, the next step is to tighten the front Bolt (39) with 6mm Allen Wrench until firm. Then
tighten the other four Bolts (49) on the side of the Front Post (48) with 6mm Allen Wrench
until firm.
Slide the Front Post Cover (54) down to the Front Main Frame (73).
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ASSEMBLY
Tool:
63
62
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
61
7. Left and Right Foot Pedals Installation
The Cranks, Pedal Shafts, and Foot Pedals are marked “R” for Right and “L” for Left.
Insert the pedal shaft of Left Foot Pedal (63) into threaded hole in the left Crank (62). Turn
the pedal shaft by hand in the counter-clockwise direction until snug.
Note: DO NOT turn the pedal shaft in the clockwise direction, doing so will strip the
threads.
Tighten the pedal shaft of Left Foot Pedal (63) with the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips
Screwdriver provided. Insert pedal shaft of Right Foot Pedal (61) into threaded hole in right
Crank (62). Turn the pedal shaft by hand in the clockwise direction until snug. Tighten
pedal shaft of Right Foot Pedal (61) with the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
provided.
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ASSEMBLY
5
Tool:
18
19
11
4
12
10
13
6
4
17
29
Allen Wrench 5mm
9
6
13
3
2
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
8. Left/Right Handrails and Backrest Installation
Use 5mm Allen Wrench to remove four Big Washers (18) and four Bolts (19) from the
Backrest (5).
Align and hold the Backrest (5) onto the Back and Seat Support Bracket (17), use 5mm
Allen Wrench to tighten four Big Washers (18) and four Bolts (19) until firm and secure.
Use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to remove four Bolts (2) and four Washers
(3) from the Back and Seat Support Bracket (17).
Align and hold the Left Handrail (4) onto the Back and Seat Support Bracket (17), use the
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to tighten four Bolts (2) and four Washers (3) until
firm and secure.
Connect the Hand Pulse Sensor Wire (6) from the Left Handrail (4) to the Extension Hand
Pulse Sensor Wire (13) from the Right Handrail (12).
Insert the Right Handrail (12) into the tube hole of the Left Handrail (4) and secure with two
Bolts (9), two Big Curve Washer (10), and two Cap Nuts (11). Tighten cap nuts with Multi
Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
Connect the Extension Hand Pulse Sensor Wire I (29) to the Hand Pulse Sensor Wire (6)
and Extension Hand Pulse Sensor Wire (13).
Hardware:
(#9) Bolt
2 PCS
(#10) Big Curve Washer
2 PCS
16
(#11) Cap Nut
2 PCS
ASSEMBLY
20
12
20
4
Tool:
23
21
Allen Wrench 5mm
10
22
34
34
9. Armrests Installation
Align and hold the Armrest (20) onto the Right Handrail (12), use 5mm Allen Wrench to
tighten two Bolts (22) and two Big Curve Washers (10) until firm and secure.
Repeat the same assembly steps to the other Armrest (20) onto the Left Handrail (4).
Hardware:
(#10) Big Curve Washer
4 PCS
(#22) Bolt
4 PCS
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ASSEMBLY
43
50
44
Tool:
45
46
47
48
Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver
S10, S13, S14, S15
10. Computer and Bottle Holder Installation
Use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to remove four Bolts (45) from the
Computer (43).
Connect the Extension Hand Pulse Sensor Wires III (44) and Extension Sensor Wire I
(50) to the wires that come from the Computer (43). Tuck wires into the Front Post (48).
Attach the Computer (43) onto the top end of the Front Post (48) with four Bolts (45) that
were removed. Tighten bolts with the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
Use the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver to remove two Bolts (46) from the Front
Post (48).
Attach the Bottle Holder (47) onto the Front Post (48) with two Bolts (46) that were
removed. Tighten bolts with the Multi Hex Tool with Phillips Screwdriver provided.
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ASSEMBLY
71
74
76
11. Adapter Installation
Plug one end of the Adapter (76) into the power jack of the Power Supply Cable (74) on
the Left Cover (71). Before plugging in, make sure to check carefully the specifications
on the Adapter. Plug the other end of the Adapter (76) into the electrical wall outlet.
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COMPUTER
Button Functions:
START/STOP: Press the START/STOP button to start or stop training.
Press and hold the START/STOP button for 3 seconds, all data values will reset to zero.
UP: Press the UP button to select one of the training program modes (Manual, Pre-set
Programs, or User Program).
Press the UP button to increase the setting value of TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES, and
PULSE for target pre-setting in different training program modes.
Press the UP button to set desired resistance level in User Program.
During the workout, press the UP button to increase the resistance level in different
training program modes.
DOWN: Press the DOWN button to select one of the training program modes (Manual,
Pre-set Programs, or User Program).
Press the DOWN button to decrease the setting value of TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES,
and PULSE for target pre-setting in different training program modes.
Press the DOWN button to set desired resistance level in User Program.
During the workout, press the DOWN button to decrease the resistance level in different
training program modes.
SET: Press the SET button to enter into one of the training program modes (Manual,
Pre-set Programs, or User Program).
Press the SET button to confirm the setting value of TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES, and
PULSE for target pre-setting in different training program modes.
Press the SET button to confirm the resistance level of each interval for User Program
profile.
Workout Selection:
After power-up, using UP or DOWN button to select one of the training modes (Manual,
Pre-set Programs, or User Program).
There are 3 basic training program modes:
1 Manual, 5 Pre-programs, and 1 User Program.
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COMPUTER
Display Functions:
SCAN: The computer will automatically scan each function in sequence with change every
6 seconds.
SPEED: Displays the current training speed. The split window of SPEED and RPM will
display SPEED and RPM alternately every 6 seconds.
RPM: Displays the current training RPM (Rotation per Minute). The split window of
SPEED and RPM will display SPEED and RPM alternately every 6 seconds.
TIME: Displays your elapsed workout time in minutes and seconds in different training
program modes. (Time counts up).
Pre-set a period of time to exercise in different training program modes. (Time counts
down).
LEVEL: Indicates the resistance level selected from LEVEL 1 to LEVEL 8. During the
workout, press the UP or DOWN button, the split window of TIME/LEVEL will display the
current resistance level.
DISTANCE: Displays the accumulative distance traveled during workout in different
training program modes. (Distance counts up).
Pre-set a certain distance to exercise in different training program modes. (Distance
counts down).
CALORIES: Displays the total accumulated calories burned during workout in different
training program modes. (Calories count up).
Pre-set a certain calories want to burn to exercise in different training program modes.
(Calories count down).
PULSE: Displays your current heart rate figures after you grip the handlebar sensors with
both your hands during exercise.
Pre-set the target heart rate in different training program modes. Keeps user to exercise
under a safe heart-beating condition.
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COMPUTER
Operating Ranges
Function
TIME (MIN: SEC)
DISTANCE (MPH)
CALORIES (KCAL)
PULSE (BEATS/MIN)
Range (Count up)
0:00 ~ 99:59
0.00 ~ 99.9
0 ~ 9999
40 ~ 240
Count down Default Value
99:00 ~ 5:00
99.50 ~ 0.5
9990 ~ 10
240 ~ 40
0:00
0.00
0
0
Increment
(Decrement)
1:00
0.5
10.0
1
Program Operation:
Manual Program:
Press the UP or DOWN button to select Manual Program, the “MANUAL” icon will flash,
then press the SET button to enter into the Manual Program and TIME begins to flash for
pre-setting target time. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the values. Please
note that only one target TIME or target DISTANCE can be adjusted. If user
pre-set the target time to workout, then the next target Distance can not be
adjusted. Press the SET button to confirm the setting value of TIME or DISTANCE for
target pre-setting and Calories begins to flash for pre-setting target calories. Press the
UP or DOWN button to adjust the values. Press the SET button to confirm the setting
value of CALORIES for target pre-setting and PULSE begins to flash for pre-setting
target heart rate. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the target heart rate. Press
the SET button to confirm the setting value of target heart rate. Press the START/STOP
button to start exercise. If you pre-set target values of TIME, DISTANCE, or CALORIES,
the values will count down. When one of the values of TIME, DISTANCE, or
CALORIES counts down to 0, the computer will begin beeping to remind you and will
stop operating. Press the START/STOP button to continue workout for the other target
values.
If you pre-set target heart rate, please hold both two hands on handlebar grip sensors
during exercise. User may exercise in any desire level by pressing the UP or DOWN
button during exercise. If the heart rate detected greater than the TARGET HEART
RATE, the value of HEART RATE will keep flashing.
Please note that it is a warning for user to slow down or to lower the level of loading.
Pre-programs:
There are 5 Pre-set Programs for use: INTERVALS, CLIMBING, HILL, PLATEAU, and
VALLEY.
Press the UP or DOWN button to select one of five Pre-set Program, the “Pre-set
Program” icon will flash, then press the SET button to enter into the Pre-set Program and
TIME begins to flash for pre-setting target time. Press the UP or DOWN button to
adjust the values. Please note that only one target TIME or target DISTANCE can
be adjusted. If user pre-set the target time to workout, then the next target
Distance can not be adjusted. Press the SET button to confirm the setting value of
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COMPUTER
TIME or DISTANCE for target pre-setting and Calories begins to flash for pre-setting
target calories. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the values. Press the SET
button to confirm the setting value of CALORIES for target pre-setting and PULSE
begins to flash for pre-setting target heart rate. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust
the target heart rate. Press the SET button to confirm the setting value of target heart
rate. Press the START/STOP button to start exercise. User may exercise with
different resistance level in different intervals as the pre-set program profile shows.
User may also exercise in any desire resistance level by pressing the UP or DOWN
button during exercise.
If you pre-set target values of TIME, DISTANCE, or CALORIES, the values will count
down. When one of the values of TIME, DISTANCE, or CALORIES counts down to 0,
the computer will begin beeping to remind you and will stop operating. Press the
START/STOP button to continue workout for the other target values.
If you pre-set target heart rate, please hold both two hands on handlebar grip sensors
during exercise. User may exercise in any desire level by pressing the UP or DOWN
button during exercise. If the heart rate detected greater than the TARGET HEART
RATE, the value of HEART RATE will keep flashing.
Please note that it is a warning for user to slow down or to lower the level of loading.
User Program:
There is one User Program available for setting your own program. Users are free
to set the values in the order of TIME, DISTANCE, CALORIES, PULSE, and the
resistance level in 10 intervals profile. The values and profiles will be stored in the
memory after setup.
Press the UP or DOWN button to select User Program, the “
” icon will flash, then
press the SET button to enter into the User Program and TIME begins to flash for
pre-setting target time. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the values. Please
note that only one target TIME or target DISTANCE can be adjusted. If user pre-set
the target time to workout, then the next target Distance can not be adjusted. Press
the SET button to confirm the setting value of TIME or DISTANCE for target pre-setting
and Calories begins to flash for pre-setting target calories. Press the UP or DOWN
button to adjust the values. Press the SET button to confirm the setting value of
CALORIES for target pre-setting and PULSE begins to flash for pre-setting target heart
rate. Press the UP or DOWN button to adjust the target heart rate. Press the SET
button to confirm the setting value of target heart rate. The first interval of user program
profile will flash for setting. Press the UP or DOWN button to set the desired resistance
level for the first interval. Press the SET button to confirm the resistance level for the first
interval and the second interval of user program profile will flash for setting. Repeat
above steps to set the resistance level for all 10 intervals. After setting all 10 intervals of
user program profile, user may press the START/STOP button to start exercise. User will
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COMPUTER
exercise with different resistance level in different intervals as the user program profile
shows. User may also exercise in any desire resistance level by pressing the UP or
DOWN button during exercise.
If you pre-set target values of TIME, DISTANCE, or CALORIES, the values will count
down. When one of the values of TIME, DISTANCE, or CALORIES counts down to 0,
the computer will begin beeping to remind you and will stop operating. Press the
START/STOP button to continue workout for the other target values.
If you pre-set target heart rate, please hold both two hands on handlebar grip sensors
during exercise. User may exercise in any desire level by pressing the UP or DOWN
button during exercise. If the heart rate detected greater than the TARGET HEART
RATE, the value of HEART RATE will keep flashing.
Please note that it is a warning for user to slow down or to lower the level of loading.
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ADJUSTMENTS
Adjustable Leveler
Rear Stabilizer End Cap
Adjusting the Rear Stabilizer End Cap or Adjustable Leveler
Turn the rear stabilizer end cap on the rear stabilizer or adjustable leveler on the bottom
of the rear main frame as needed to level the recumbent bike.
Side Triangle Knob
Bottom Triangle Knob
L Shape Knob
Adjusting the Seat Forward or Back
Loosen both side and bottom triangle knobs from the rear main frame. Turn the L
shape knob in a counterclockwise direction until it can be pulled out. Pull out the L
shape knob and then slide the back and seat support bracket back or forth direction to
the suitable position. Lock the back and seat support bracket in place by releasing
the L shape knob and sliding the back and seat support bracket back or forth slightly
until the L shape knob "pops" down into the hole of the seat sliding tube. Finally
tighten the L shape knob and side/bottom triangle knobs in a clockwise direction.
NOTE: When adjusting the seat back or forth direction, make sure the bushing
does not exceed the mark line on the seat sliding tube.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING & MAINTENANCE
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM: The recumbent bike wobbles when in use.
SOLUTION: Turn the rear stabilizer end cap on the rear stabilizer or adjustable
leveler on the bottom of the rear main frame as needed to level the recumbent bike.
PROBLEM: There is no display on the computer console.
SOLUTION: Remove the computer console and verify the wires that come from the
computer console are properly connected to the wires that come from the front
post.
PROBLEM: There is no heart rate reading or heart rate reading is erratic /
inconsistent.
SOLUTION: Make sure that the wire connections for the hand pulse sensors are
secure.
SOLUTION: To ensure the pulse readout is more precise, always hold on to the
handlebar grip sensors with two hands instead of just with one hand only.
SOLUTION: Avoid gripping the hand pulse sensors too tight. Try to maintain
moderate pressure while holding onto the hand pulse sensors.
PROBLEM: The recumbent bike makes a squeaking noise when in use.
SOLUTION: The bolts may be loose on the recumbent bike. Please inspect all of
the bolts and tighten any loose bolts.
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
The recumbent bike can be cleaned with a soft clean damp cloth. Do not use
abrasives or solvents on plastic parts. Please wipe your perspiration off the
recumbent bike after each use. Be careful not to get excessive moisture on the
computer display panel as this might cause an electrical hazard or electronics to
fail.
Please keep the recumbent bike, especially the computer console out of direct
sunlight to prevent screen damage.
Please inspect all assembly bolts, nuts, screws, and pedals on the machine for
proper tightness every week.
Storage
Store the recumbent bike in a clean and dry environment away from children.
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WARM UP
Quadriceps Stretch
With one hand against a wall for balance, reach behind
you and pull your right foot up. Bring your heel as close
to your buttocks as possible. Hold for 15 counts and
repeat with left foot up.
Inner Thigh Stretch
Sit with the soles of your feet together with your knees
pointing outward. Pull your feet as close into your groin
as possible.
Gently push your knees towards the floor. Hold for 10
counts.
Toe Touches
Slowly bend forward from your waist, letting you back and
shoulders relax as you stretch toward your toes. Reach
down as far as you can and hold for 15 counts.
Hamstring Stretches
Sit with your right leg extended. Rest the sole of your left
foot against your right inner thigh. Stretch toward your
toe as far as possible. Hold for 15 counts Relax and then
repeat with left leg extended.
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WARRANTY
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc. 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
according to Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.’s Owner’s Manual. Paradigm
Health & Wellness, Inc.’s obligation under this warranty is limited to replacing free
of charge, any parts which may prove to be defective under normal home use.
This warranty does not include any damage caused by improper operation,
misuse or commercial application. From the date of purchase, the product is
warranted to be free from manufacture defects for 5 (five) years. All parts and
workmanship, including upholstery, foam, ball bearings, pulleys, cables, shocks,
all tension mechanisms, wheels, pedals and hardware are to be free from defects
for 90 days. This warranty is offered only to the original owner and is not
transferable. Proof of purchase is required.
Ordering Replacement Parts
Replacement parts can be ordered by calling or emailing our customer service
department
service@paradigmhw.com
1-866-924-1688
Monday through 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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FAX FORM
Paradigm Health & Wellness, Inc.
PARTS REQUEST FAX FORM
Please fax this form to (1-626-810-2166)
OR YOU CAN EMAIL CUSTOMER SERVICE REQUESTS TO
service@paradigmhw.com
NAME: _______________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ____________________________________________________
CITY ______________ STATE ______________ ZIP ___________________
TELEPHONE: (Day) _____________________________________________
(Night) ____________________________________________
(Email Address) ____________________________________
SERIAL#: __________________________________________
MODEL#: __________________________________________
PURCHASE DATE: ______________________________________________
PURCHASE FROM: ______________________________________________
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY
“YOUR ORDER WILL BE PROCESSED WITHIN 3 BUSINESS DAYS”
OFFICIAL USE ONLY
SHIP DATE: ___________________________________________
TRK #: _______________________________________________
BACK ORDER: ________________________________________
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