Motorised
Treadmill
Model No:
JI1825
BODYWORX
BODY WORX
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Read and follow all instructions in this owner’s manual
Version A
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OVERVIEW DRAWING
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ASSEMBLY STEPS
6
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3
CAUTION
9
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
4
MAINTENANCE
10
PRE-ASSEMBLY CHECK LIST
5
COMPUTER OPERATION INSTRUCTION
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OVERVIEW DRAWING
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using this product, basic precautions should always be followed, including the following:
Please read the instructions carefully before starting to use this product.
DANGER – To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. Always unplug this product from the electrical outlet immediately after using and before cleaning the
treadmill.
WARNING – To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or physical injury:
1. This product should never be left unattended while plugged in. Unplug this product from the outlet
when not in use or before putting on or taking clothing and other belongings.
2. To avoid any danger, close supervision is necessary when this product is used by children or
disabled persons; especially when this machine is operating.
3. Be sure to use this product only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use any
attachment no recommended by the manufacturer in order to avoid any danger or accidents.
4. Never operate this product if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been
damaged, or dropped into water. Please return this product to the service centre or seller for
examination and repair.
5. Do not carry this product by the supply cord or use the cord as a handle.
6. Keep the cord away from hot surfaces or ground.
7. Never operate this product with the air vents blocked. Keep the air vents free of any obstructions to
avoid hazards.
8. Never drop or insert any objects into any vent of the treadmill.
9. Do not use or operate outdoors.
10. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is thin.
11. Before turning this product power off, turn all controls to the off position then remove the plug from
the outlet.
12. Connect this product to a properly grounded outlet only.
13. If the power cord is damaged, be sure to ask the manufacturer or seller for replacement to avoid
accidents. The seller and correlative qualified professionals are as well as eligible.
14. If this machine has a folding mechanism, the user should descend the incline to its original position
after their workout.
15. During workout, you can not use the folding mechanism function at the same time.
16. This treadmill is intended for household-use only.
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GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This product must be grounded first. If malfunction or breakdown occurs, grounding will provide a path of
least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock.
This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance
with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER – Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric
shock. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether this product is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with this product – if it will not fit the outlet; have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This product is for use on a normal 220V – 240V and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated
in the figure below. Make sure that this product is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as
the plug. There is no need to use any adaptor for this product.
Figure
Grounding Methods
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PRE-ASSEMBLY CHECK LIST
ITEM Description
Qty
ITEM Description
Qty
A
Frame
1
a
Truss Hex Screw: M8xP1.25x40
4
B
Decoration Cover - Left
1
b
Truss Hex Screw: M8xP1.25x15
2
C
Decoration Cover - Right
1
c
Round Head Philips Screw
M5 x P0.8 x 15
4
D
Handrail Cover - Left
1
d
Hex Wrench + Screwdriver: 5mm
1
E
Handrail Cover - Right
1
e
SILICON
1
F
Cup Holder
2
f
Safety Key / Clip
1
G
Bottle
1
g
Truss Philips Screw
2
H
MP3 Sound Cable
1
h
Washer
2
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ASSEMBLY STEPS
WARNING: Don't untie the loincloth until
assembly is finished.
If you until the loincloth first, it may cause
dangerous consequences.
Two persons are required to finish the assembly
steps.
(Caution!! Please follow exactly the assembly
steps below to avoid any injury.)
1. Then put up the handrail tubes of
Frame (A) as the arrow shows in the
right drawing and tighten with a Hex
Screw (A).
PS. To avoid unexpected issues or injuries,
always assemble the treadmill with more
than two workers, do not assemble by
yourself.
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2. Put up Upright (L & R) as shown in the
right drawing and tighten with Hex
Screws (a & b).
P.S. To avoid unexpected accidents or
injuries, always assemble the treadmill
with more than two workers, do not
assemble by yourself.
3. After tightening the left and right uprights,
insert the left and right decoration covers
(B & C) onto the frame and tighten with
a Philips Screw (c).
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4. Wedge cup holder (F) onto the
corresponding positions as shown in the
right drawing.
5. Wedge the left and right handrail covers
(D & E) onto the corresponding positions
as shown in the right drawing and tighten
with Truss Philips Screw (g) and
washer (h).
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CAUTION
This treadmill has a foldable mechanism for storage.
Stop all the movements (including stopping the
running belt and remove the power cord) before
storage; then fold the main frame as the direction
shown in the right picture. Be sure you hear a “click”
sound.
On the other hand, if you want to use the treadmill,
step on the fixing plate as the direction shown in the
right drawing (you must hold the frame to avoid
falling). When it disjoins from the tube of the base
frame, pull down the main frame as shown on the
drawing.
Please stand beside the treadmill and the main
frame will slowly lower to the ground automatically.
(P.S. 1. To prevent from danger, be careful if there
are kids around. If you want to move the treadmill,
fold the treadmill first, then hold the rear to adjust the
cap with your hands; then lean against the treadmill
and do not move the treadmill until the roller can be
moved smoothly.)
(P.S. 2. Do not move the treadmill on uneven
surfaces.)
(P.S. 3. To avoid injury, do not stand underneath the
frame when the frame is descending.)
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MAINTENANCE
1. If the belt tends to move off the centre, stop the
treadmill. Take the L-shaped Wrench and adjust the
Hex Screw in the Rear End Cap. For example, if the
running belt is moving towards the left side, tighten
the left Hex Screw about 1/4 turn (clockwise); if the
running belt is moving towards the right side, tighten
the right Hex Screw about 1/4 turn (clockwise). Turn
on the treadmill after it has been adjusted. If you find
that the belt has not moved to the proper position,
please repeat the steps above. Don't use the
treadmill until the running belts returns to the centre
position.
(P.S.1. This procedure is very important, if the belt is
not in the centre, be sure to follow the above steps.)
(P.S.2. The position of the running belt might not stay
precisely in the centre with slightly towards the left
and right sides, and the situation varies with how
end-users use this product. There is no need to
adjust the belt if it does not rub against the parts
aside.)
2. Depending on the usage of the product please
apply SILICON on the board according to the chart
located on the next page. Use the L-shaped Wrench
to unscrew the bolt inside the Rear Roller. Then pull
the belt up and daub some SILICON to the centre of
the board. After that, adjust the belt to the centre of
the deck followed by tightening the screw to the
original set.
(P.S. When the belt is sliding, please follow the
above method to lubricate the running belt.)
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SILICON SERVICING CHART
KM / MILE
SPEED
SERVICE INTERVAL
KM
6 KM / HR Below
1 Year
6 ~ 12 KM / HR
6 Months
12 KM / HR Above
3 Months
4 Mile / HR Below
1 Year
4 ~ 8 Mile / HR
6 Months
8 Mile / HR Above
3 Months
MILE
Note:
This maintenance is intended for household use.
If used for business, it is suggested to examine this product every other month.
COMPUTER OPERATION INSTRUCTION
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1)
General Operation:
➢
Turn on the treadmill.
➢
Put the safety key in the recess of the console.
The beeper will sound. At this time, all windows will display the values. The preset values are
0, not blinking which means the treadmill has entered start / ready status. Under this status,
the user can hold the grip pulse sensor to detect heart rate values directly.

If the safety key / clip is not placed in the recess of the console, the TIME window will
display “----”, which means the treadmill can not work normally.

During exercise, if the safety key / clip is off, then the beeper will sound for warning, then
the treadmill will stop operation. At this moment, put the safety key back to the recess of
the console, then all the values will reset to its initial values.

Under the START / READY state, if you do not hold the grip pulse sensor, the PULSE
window will display HP, especially when you hold both sides of the grip pulse sensor; you will
subsequently see the PULSE window display the heart rate values.
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It will show the relationship whether the amount of running is adequate under the different
age and heart rate groups:
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➢
Press
to start treadmill, the treadmill will start with a speed of 1.0 km / hr, at this
time press
or
buttons
keys to increase / decrease speed (also can press fast speed
to instantly choose the speed you need),
press
once to stop your workout ( press
one time, all values stop changing.
Then press the same button the second time and hold it for 3 seconds, the treadmill will
automatically return to the START / READY position. )
➢
The treadmill has the function of no-segment Incline adjustment. Press
control the incline angles of the treadmill, press and hold the
,
,
key to
buttons, treadmill
will change angles accordingly, when it reaches the desired angles, just release the buttons then
the treadmill elevation will stop changing.
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When the SAFETY KEY is taken off and then replaced, the treadmill will not reposit from any
position it is. You need to press the start key to perform the reposition.
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When the power is on, the treadmill will not reposit from any position it is in. You need to
press the start key to perform the reposition.
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Under start / ready status, press stop key for 5 seconds, the treadmill will reposit from any
position it is in.
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During performing any program, by pressing the stop key, the program will stop. If users
want to resume to the program, pressing the start key or pressing the stop key again to
leave the program will return to the start / ready status.
2)
MODE Operation Instruction (This mode includes MANUAL and 6 pre-set PROGRAMS)
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MANUAL : At this mode, you can set the time and distance freely, the operation method is
shown below:
1.1 Press
, and you will see the MANUAL LED light blinking, press
enter the MANUAL mode.
1.2 At this time, you can press
press
or
to set the time. After finishing,
to start running, or press
Pre-set value : 20 minutes
Range of time : 5 ~ 99 minutes, Step is 1 minute.
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to set the distance.
to
1.3 At this time, you can press
or
to start running, or press
to set the distance. After finishing, press
to go back to the options in the Mode pattern.
Pre-set value : 5 km
Range of distance : 1 ~ 9.9 km, Step is 0.1 km.
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PROGRAM : This mode includes 6 patterns, P1 ~ P6, user can choose the pattern you like
freely. The operation is shown below:
2.1 Press
, when the MANUAL LED light is blinking, press
choose any pattern from P1 to P6. After it has finished, press
or
to
to enter the
pattern you have chosen.
2.2 You will see the LEVEL window twinkling after you enter the pattern. Every pattern from
P1 to P6 has 3 LEVELS under the PROGRAM, so choose one accordingly to user
demand.
2.3 At this time you can press
or
and the treadmill will start, or press
2.4 After entering the time setting, press
to start running, or press
to choose LEVEL. After finishing, press
to enter the time setting of the PROGRAM.
or
to set it. When finished, press
to enter the MODE and choose the pattern again.
Pre-set value : 32 minutes
Range of time : 5 ~ 99 minutes, Step is 1 minute.
2.5 Refer from Table 1 to Table 6 below the instruction for the Pre-set programs of P1 ~ P6.
3)
Body Fat Mode
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Under START / READY position, press
, the Body Fat LED light is blinking, which
shows that the Body Fat Function is on duty. When choosing this function, the program will
require the user to enter the following values.
● Age : Pre-set value is 30, range : 13 ~ 30. Step is 1, choose the correct value by
,
keys, after choose the correct value then press
setting.
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into the next value
● Height : Pre-set is 170 cm, range : 130 ~ 200 cm, Step is 1 cm, press
adjust, after choosing the correct value then press
● Sex : Pre-set value is 1 (Male), press
select the correct option, press
,
,
to
, into the next value setting.
to switch 1 (Male), 0 (Female), to
to enter the next value setting.
● Weight : Pre-set value is 70 kg, range : 30 ~ 130 kg, Step is 1 kg, press
to adjust and choose the correct value, press
,
, and straighten both hands and
hold the grip pulse sensor about 15 seconds, after that, the Body Fat window will display
your Body Fat value, at the same time, the LED light on the left side of the computer will
display figure evaluation.
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The display of the figure evaluation lights is based upon the difference of fat standards
between males and females; the table below provides a list for reference:
Light
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
1. (Male)
0.0 ~ 4.9
5.0 ~ 9.9
10.0 ~ 14.9
15.0 ~ 19.9
20.0 ~ 24.9
25.0 ~ 29.9
30.0 ~ 34.9
35.0 above
0. (Female)
0.0 ~ 14.9
15.0 ~ 19.9
20.0 ~ 24.9
25.0 ~ 29.9
30.0 ~ 34.9
35.0 ~ 39.9
40.0 ~ 44.9
45.0 above
SEX
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Annex 1
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Annex 2
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Annex 3
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Annex 4
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Annex 5
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Annex 6
BODYWORX
Model No: JI1825
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