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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
HOW TO USE THE CHEST PULSE SENSOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
TREADMILL OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
REEBOK UNIVERSITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
EXERCISE GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
PART LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover
Note: An EXPLODED DRAWING is attached in the center of this manual.
REEBOK and the Vector Logo
are registered trademarks and service marks of Reebok. This product is
manufactured and distributed under license from Reebok International.
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the
following important precautions and information before operating the treadmill.
1. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure
that all users of this treadmill are adequately
informed of all warnings and precautions.
tem is damaged, the walking belt may change
speed or stop unexpectedly, which may result
in a fall and serious injury.
2. Use the treadmill only as described in this
manual.
12. Keep the power cord and the surge suppressor away from heated surfaces.
3. Place the treadmill on a level surface, with at
least eight feet of clearance behind it and two
feet on each side. Do not place the treadmill
on any surface that blocks air openings. To
protect the floor or carpet from damage,
place a mat under the treadmill.
13. Never move the walking belt while the power
is turned off. Do not operate the treadmill if
the power cord or plug is damaged, or if the
treadmill is not working properly. (See
BEFORE YOU BEGIN on page 5 if the treadmill is not working properly.)
4. Keep the treadmill indoors, away from moisture and dust. Do not put the treadmill in a
garage or covered patio, or near water.
14. Never start the treadmill while you are standing on the walking belt. Always hold the
handrails while using the treadmill.
5. Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol
products are used or where oxygen is being
administered.
15. The treadmill is capable of high speeds.
Adjust the speed in small increments to avoid
sudden jumps in speed.
6. Keep children under the age of 12 and pets
away from the treadmill at all times.
16. Do not use the hand weights at speeds faster
than walking speeds. Using hand weights and
not holding the handrails may compromise
your ability to maintain your balance.
Exercises using hand weights should be attempted only by experienced users.
7. The treadmill should not be used by persons
weighing more than 275 pounds. Never allow
more than one person on the treadmill at a time.
8. Wear appropriate exercise clothing when
using the treadmill. Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught in the treadmill.
Athletic support clothes are recommended
for both men and women. Always wear athletic shoes. Never use the treadmill with bare
feet, wearing only stockings, or in sandals.
17. The pulse sensors are not medical devices.
Various factors, including the user's movement, may affect the accuracy of heart rate
readings. The pulse sensors are intended
only as exercise aids in determining heart
rate trends in general.
18. Never leave the treadmill unattended while it
is running. Always remove the key, unplug
the power cord, and move the on/off switch to
the off position when the treadmill is not in
use. (See the drawing on page 5 for the location of the on/off switch.)
9. When connecting the power cord (see page 8),
plug the power cord into a surge suppressor
(not included) and plug the surge suppressor
into a grounded circuit capable of carrying 15
or more amps. No other appliance should be on
the same circuit. Do not use an extension cord.
10. Use only a single-outlet surge suppressor that
meets all of the specifications described on
page 8. To purchase a surge suppressor, see
your local REEBOK dealer or call 1-800-8063651 and order part number 146148.
19. Do not attempt to raise, lower, or move the
treadmill until it is properly assembled. (See
ASSEMBLY on page 6, and HOW TO FOLD
AND MOVE THE TREADMILL on page 24.)
You must be able to safely lift 45 pounds (20
kg) to raise, lower, or move the treadmill.
11. Failure to use a properly functioning surge
suppressor could result in damage to the control system of the treadmill. If the control sys-
20. When folding or moving the treadmill, make
sure that the storage latch is fully closed.
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21. When using iFIT.com CDs and videos, an
electronic “chirping” sound will alert you
when the speed and/or incline of the treadmill
is about to change. Always listen for the
“chirp” and be prepared for speed and/or incline changes. In some instances, the speed
and/or incline may change before the personal trainer describes the change.
24. Inspect and properly tighten all parts of the
treadmill every three months.
25. Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
26.
DANGER: Always unplug the power
cord immediately after use, before cleaning
the treadmill, and before performing the maintenance and adjustment procedures described in this manual. Never remove the
motor hood unless instructed to do so by an
authorized service representative. Servicing
other than the procedures in this manual
should be performed by an authorized service
representative only.
22. When using iFIT.com CDs and videos, you can
manually override the speed and incline settings at any time by pressing the speed and incline buttons. However, when the next “chirp”
is heard, the speed and/or incline will change
to the next settings of the CD or video program.
23. Always remove iFIT.com CDs and videos from
your CD player or VCR when you are not
using them.
27. The treadmill is intended for in-home use
only. Do not use the treadmill in any
commercial, rental, or institutional setting.
WARNING:
Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your physician. This
is especially important for persons over the age of 35 or persons with pre-existing health problems.
Read all instructions before using. ICON assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property
damage sustained by or through the use of this product.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The decals shown below have been placed on your treadmill. If a decal is missing, or if it is not legible,
please call our Customer Service Department toll-free at 1-800-999-3756 to order a free replacement decal.
Apply the decal in the location shown. Note: The long decal is shown at 38% of actual size.
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Congratulations for purchasing the REEBOK® RX 3000
treadmill. The RX 3000 offers an impressive array of
features to help you achieve your fitness goals in the
convenience of your home. From the advanced console to the cushioned walking platform, the RX 3000 is
designed to make each workout more effective and enjoyable. And when you’re not exercising, the RX 3000
can be folded away, taking less than half the floor
space of conventional treadmills.
please call our Customer Service Department toll-free
at 1-800-999-3756, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m.
until 6 p.m. Mountain Time (excluding holidays). To
help us assist you, please note the product model
number and serial number before calling. The model
number is RBTL16910. The serial number can be
found on a decal attached to the treadmill (see the
front cover of this manual for the location).
Before reading further, please familiarize yourself with
the parts that are labeled in the drawing below.
For your benefit, read this manual carefully before
using the treadmill. If you have additional questions,
Book Holder
Hand Weight Holder
Chest Pulse Sensor Holder
Console
Water Bottle Holder*
Handgrip Pulse Sensor
Handrail
Lock Knob
Key/Clip
On/Off Switch
Circuit Breaker
Walking Belt
Foot Rail
Power Cord
Cushioned Walking Platform
BACK
RIGHT SIDE
Rear Roller
Adjustment Bolts
*No water bottle is included
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ASSEMBLY
Assembly requires two people. Place the treadmill in a cleared area and remove all packing materials. Do not
dispose of the packing materials until the treadmill is assembled. No tools are required.
Note: The underside of the treadmill walking belt is coated with high-performance lubricant. During shipping, a
small amount of lubricant may be transferred to the top of the walking belt, the sides of the walking platform, or
the shipping carton. This does not affect treadmill performance. If there is lubricant on top of the walking belt or
on the sides of the walking platform, wipe off the lubricant with a soft cloth and a mild, non-abrasive cleaner.
1. With the help of a second person, carefully raise the
Uprights (65) until the Wheels (77) are resting on the floor
as shown.
1
65
77
2. Remove the Lock Knob (67) from the Lock Pin (72). Make
sure that the Lock Pin Collar (70) and the Spring (69) are
on the Lock Pin. (Note: If there are two Lock Pin Collars,
there should be one on each side of the Spring.) Insert
the Lock Pin through the Left Foam Grip (62), and tighten
the Lock Knob onto it.
2
67
62
After assembly has been completed, pull on the Left
Foam Grip (62) in the direction shown until the Latch Pin
(72) slides freely.
70
72
69
3. Make sure that all parts are tightened before you use the treadmill. Place a mat beneath the treadmill
to protect the floor or carpet. For your benefit, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the TROUBLESHOOTING section on pages 25 and 26.
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HOW TO USE THE CHEST PULSE SENSOR
HOW TO PUT ON THE CHEST PULSE SENSOR
dried. If the chest pulse sensor is not dried after
each use, it may remain activated longer than necessary, draining the battery prematurely.
The chest pulse sensor consists of two components:
the chest strap and the sensor unit (see the drawing
below). Insert the tab on one end of the chest strap into
one end of the sensor unit, as shown in the inset drawing. Press the end of the sensor unit under the buckle
on the chest strap. The tab should be flush with the
front of the sensor unit.
• Store the chest pulse sensor in a warm, dry place.
Do not store the chest pulse sensor in a plastic bag
or other container that may trap moisture.
• Do not expose the chest pulse sensor to direct
sunlight for extended periods of time; do not expose
it to temperatures above 122° Fahrenheit (50°
Celsius) or below 14° Fahrenheit (-10° Celsius).
• Do not excessively bend or stretch the sensor unit
when using or storing the chest pulse sensor.
Chest Strap
Tabs
• Clean the sensor unit using a damp cloth—never
use alcohol, abrasives, or chemicals. The chest
strap may be hand washed and air dried.
Tab
CHEST PULSE SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTING
Sensor Unit
Sensor
Unit
Buckle
The instructions on the following pages explain
how the chest pulse sensor is used with the console. If the chest pulse sensor does not function
properly, try the steps below.
Next, wrap the
chest pulse sensor around your
chest and attach
the other end of
the chest strap to
the sensor unit.
Adjust the length
of the chest strap,
if necessary. The
chest pulse sensor should be under your clothing, tight against your
skin, and as high under the pectoral muscles or
breasts as is comfortable. Make sure that the logo on
the sensor unit is facing forward and is right-side-up.
• Make sure that you are wearing the chest pulse sensor as described at the left. Note: If the chest pulse
sensor does not function when positioned as described, move it slightly lower or higher.
• Use saline solution such as saliva or contact lens
solution to wet the two electrode areas on the
sensor unit. If heart rate readings do not appear until
you begin perspiring, re-wet the electrode areas.
• As you walk or run on the treadmill, position yourself near the center of the walking belt. For the
console to display heart rate readings, the user
must be within arm’s length of the console.
Pull the sensor unit away from your body a few inches
and locate the two electrode areas on the inner side
(the electrode areas are covered by shallow ridges).
Using saline solution such as saliva or contact lens solution, wet both electrode areas. Return the sensor unit
to a position against your chest.
• The chest pulse sensor is designed to work with
people who have normal heart rhythms. Heart rate
reading problems may be caused by medical
conditions such as premature ventricular contractions (pvcs), tachycardia bursts, and arrhythmia.
CHEST PULSE SENSOR CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• The operation of the chest pulse sensor can be
affected by magnetic interference caused by high
power lines or other sources. If it is suspected that
this is a problem, try relocating the treadmill.
• Thoroughly dry the chest pulse sensor after each
use. The chest pulse sensor is activated when the
electrode areas are wetted and the heart rate
monitor is put on; the chest pulse sensor shuts off
when it is removed and the electrode areas are
• The CR2032 battery may need to be replaced (see
page 26).
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TREADMILL OPERATION
THE PERFORMANT LUBETM WALKING BELT
an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding
plug. Plug the power cord into a surge suppressor,
and plug the surge suppressor into an appropriate
outlet that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
Important: The treadmill is not compatible with
GFCI-equipped outlets.
Your treadmill features a walking belt coated with
PERFORMANT LUBETM, a high-performance lubricant.
IMPORTANT: Never apply silicone spray or other
substances to the walking belt or the walking platform. Such substances will deteriorate the walking
belt and cause excessive wear.
This product is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit,
and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in drawing 1 below. A temporary adapter that
looks like the adapter illustrated in drawing 2 may be
used to connect the surge suppressor to a 2-pole
receptacle as shown in drawing 2 if a properly
grounded outlet is not available.
HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD
DANGER:
Improper connection
of the equipment-grounding conductor can
result in an increased risk of electric shock.
Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the
product is properly grounded. Do not modify
the plug provided with the product—if it will
not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
1
Grounded Outlet Box
Surge Suppressor
Grounding Pin
Your treadmill, like any other type of sophisticated
electronic equipment, can be seriously damaged by
sudden voltage changes in your home’s power.
Voltage surges, spikes, and noise interference can
result from weather conditions or from other appliances
being turned on or off. To decrease the possibility of
your treadmill being damaged, always use a surge
suppressor with your treadmill (see drawing 1 at
the right). To purchase a surge suppressor, see
your local REEBOK dealer or call 1-800-806-3651
and order part number 146148.
Grounding Pin
Grounded Outlet
Grounding Plug
2
Grounded Outlet Box
Adapter
Use only a single-outlet surge suppressor that is
UL 1449 listed as a transient voltage surge suppressor (TVSS). The surge suppressor must have a
UL suppressed voltage rating of 400 volts or less
and a minimum surge dissipation of 450 joules.
The surge suppressor must be electrically rated
for 120 volts AC and 15 amps. There must be a
monitoring light on the surge suppressor to indicate whether it is functioning properly. Failure to
use a properly functioning surge suppressor could
result in damage to the control system of the
treadmill. If the control system is damaged, the
walking belt may change speed or stop unexpectedly, which may result in a fall and serious injury.
Surge Suppressor
Lug
Metal Screw
The temporary adapter should be used only until a
properly grounded outlet (drawing 1) can be installed
by a qualified electrician.
The green-colored rigid ear, lug, or the like extending
from the adapter must be connected to a permanent
ground such as a properly grounded outlet box cover.
Whenever the adapter is used it must be held in place
by a metal screw. Some 2-pole receptacle outlet box
covers are not grounded. Contact a qualified electrician to determine if the outlet box cover is
grounded before using an adapter.
This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least
resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having
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FEATURES OF THE CONSOLE
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Note: If there is a thin
sheet of clear plastic
on the face of the
console, remove it.
special iFIT.com CD programs (iFIT.com CDs are available separately). IFIT.com CD programs automatically
control the speed and incline of the treadmill as a personal trainer guides you through every step of your
workout. High-energy music provides added motivation.
Each CD features two programs designed by certified
personal trainers.
The treadmill console offers an impressive selection of
features to help you get the most from your exercise.
When the manual mode of the console is selected, the
speed and incline of the treadmill can be changed with
a touch of a button. As you exercise, the five displays
will show your workout time, the number of calories
you have burned, the distance you have walked, the
incline level of the treadmill, and the speed of the walking belt. The console will also show your heart rate
when you use the handgrip pulse sensor or the chest
pulse sensor.
In addition, you can connect the treadmill to your VCR
and TV and play iFIT.com video programs (videocassettes are available separately). Video programs offer
the same benefits as iFIT.com CD programs, but add
the excitement of working out with a class and an
instructor—the hottest new trend at health clubs.
The console also offers six preset workout programs.
Each program automatically controls the speed and
incline of the treadmill as it guides you through an effective workout. The included hand weights can be used for
upper body exercise as well. Two pulse programs are
also offered. Each program automatically adjusts the
speed and incline of the treadmill to keep your heart rate
within a preset range during your workout.
With the treadmill connected to your computer, you
can also go to our Web site at www.iFIT.com and access basic programs, audio programs, and video programs directly from the internet. Additional options are
soon to be available. See www.iFIT.com for details.
The console even allows you to create your own workout programs and store them in memory for future use.
To use the manual mode of the console, follow the
steps beginning on page 11. To use preset programs,
see page 13. To use pulse programs, see page 14. To
create and use custom programs, see pages 16 and
17. To use iFIT.com CD or video programs, see
page 20. To use iFIT.com programs directly from
our Web site, see page 22.
To purchase iFIT.com CDs or videocassettes, call tollfree 1-800-735-0768.
The console also features new iFIT.com interactive
technology. IFIT.com technology is like having a personal trainer right in your home. Using the included
audio cable, you can connect the treadmill to your
home stereo, portable stereo, or computer and play
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DESCRIPTION OF THE CONSOLE
See the drawing on page 9 to identify the features
described below.
A. Water bottle holder—This convenient holder keeps
your water bottle handy during your workouts.
B. Chest pulse sensor/hand weight holders—These
compartments hold the chest pulse sensor and the
hand weights.
C. Book holder—This area is designed to hold a book
or magazine.
D. Incline buttons—These buttons control the incline of
the treadmill. Each time a button is pressed, the incline will change by 0.5%. The incline range is 0% to
10%.
E. Speed buttons—These buttons control the speed of
the walking belt. Each time a button is pressed, the
speed will change by 0.1 mph; if a button is held
down, the speed will change in increments of 0.5
mph. The speed range is 0.5 mph to 12 mph.
F. Start button—This button is used to start the walking
belt.
G. OneTouch Speed buttons—These buttons allow
you to quickly select speed settings.
H. Stop button—This button is used to stop the walking
belt.
I. Waistband clip—This clip is designed to be worn on
the waistband of your clothes. If the key is pulled
from the console, the walking belt will automatically
stop.
J. Key—This key turns the console on and off.
M. Pulse display—When the handgrip pulse sensor or
the chest pulse sensor is used, this display will
show your heart rate.
N. Calories display—This display shows the approximate numbers of calories and fat calories you have
burned (see Fat Burning on page 29). The display
will alternate between one number and the other
every seven seconds.
O. Distance/Incline display—This display shows the
distance you have walked and the incline level of
the treadmill. The display will alternate between one
number and the other every seven seconds. Note:
Each time the Incline buttons are pressed, the display will show the incline setting.
P. Speed display—This display shows the speed of
the walking belt.
Q. Enter button and + and – buttons—These buttons
are used to enter your age when pulse programs
are used.
R. Program display—When the manual mode or the
iFIT.com mode is selected, this display will show
your progress on an LED track. When a preset
program, a pulse program, or a custom program is
selected, the display will show the settings for the
program.
S. Select Workout button—This button is used to select
the manual mode, the preset programs, the pulse
programs, and the custom programs. Note: If the
walking belt is moving when the Select Workout
button is pressed, the walking belt will slow to a
stop, the displays will be reset, and a new program
or the manual mode will be selected.
T. IFIT.com button—This button is used to select the
iFIT.com mode.
K. Time/Segment Time display—When the manual
mode or the iFIT.com mode is selected, this display
will show the elapsed time. When a preset program,
a pulse program, or a custom program is selected,
the display will show both the time remaining in the
program and the time remaining in the current
segment of the program. The display will alternate
between one number and the other every seven
seconds.
U. Mode indicators—These indicators show whether
the manual mode, a preset program, a pulse program, a custom program, or the iFIT.com mode is
selected.
L. Cross Training indicator—During the three cross
training programs, this indicator will periodically
flash. The included hand weights can be used while
the indicator is flashing to add upper body exercise
to your workouts.
Note: The console can display exercise feedback
in either miles or kilometers (see SPEED DISPLAY
on page 12). For simplicity, all instructions in this
section refer to miles.
V. Program profiles—These profiles show how the
speed and incline of the treadmill will change during
preset programs and how the target heart rate will
change during pulse programs.
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HOW TO USE THE MANUAL MODE
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
serious injury, read the following precautions
before operating the console.
1
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER at the left.
• Do not stand on the walking belt when turning on the power or starting the walking belt.
2
• Always wear the clip (see “I”on page 9) on
the waistband of your clothes while you are
using the treadmill. If the key is pulled from
the console, the walking belt will stop.
• To reduce the risk of electric shock, keep
liquids away from the console and place only
a sealed water bottle in the console.
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HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER
1
2
Locate the on/off
switch on the front of
the treadmill near the
power cord. Move
the on/off switch to
the on position.
3
Select the manual mode.
When the key is inserted, the manual
mode will be selected
and the manual indicator will light. If a program
is selected, press the
Select Workout button
repeatedly to select the
manual mode.
• The treadmill is capable of high speeds.
Adjust the speed in small increments.
Plug in the power cord (see HOW TO PLUG IN
THE POWER CORD on page 8).
Insert the key into the console.
Manual Indicator
Press the Start button or the Speed + button to
start the walking belt.
A moment after the button is pressed, the walking
belt will begin to move at 1 mph. Hold the handrails and begin walking.
As you exercise, adjust
the speed of the walking
belt as desired by pressing the Speed buttons or
the OneTouch Speed
buttons. Note: After the
buttons are pressed, it
may take a moment for the walking belt to reach
the selected speed setting.
On
Position
Stand on the foot
rails of the treadmill.
Find the clip attached
to the key and slide
the clip fully onto the
waistband of your
clothes. Next, insert
the key into the console. After a moment, the
displays, the LED track, and various indicators will
light. Test the clip by carefully taking a few
steps backward until the key is pulled from the
console. If the key is not pulled from the console, adjust the position of the clip as needed.
Then, reinsert the key into the console.
To stop the walking belt, press the Stop button.
The displays will pause and the Time/Segment
Time display will begin to flash. To restart the
walking belt, press the Start button or the Speed +
button. To stop the walking belt and reset the displays, press the Stop button, remove the key, and
then reinsert the key.
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Adjust the incline of the treadmill as desired.
To vary the intensity of
your exercise, adjust the
incline of the treadmill
by pressing the Incline
buttons. Note: After the
buttons are pressed, it
may take a moment for
the treadmill to reach the selected incline setting.
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5
Distance/Incline
display—This display
shows the distance you
have walked and the
incline level of the treadmill. The display will alternate between one
number and the other every seven seconds. Note:
Each time the Incline buttons are pressed, the display will change to show the incline setting.
Follow your progress with the LED track and
the displays.
LED Track—When the
manual mode or the
iFIT.com mode is
selected, the program
display will show a
track representing a
distance of 1/4 mile. As
you exercise, the indicators around the track will
light one at a time until the entire track is lit. A new
lap will then begin.
Speed display—This
display shows the speed
of the walking belt.
Time/Segment Time
display—When the
manual mode or the
iFIT.com mode is
selected, this display
will show the elapsed
time. When a preset
program, a pulse program, or a custom program is
selected, the display will show both the time remaining in the program and the time remaining in
the current segment of the program. The display
will alternate between one number and the other
every seven seconds.
Note: The console can
display speed and distance in either miles or
kilometers. To find
which unit of measurement is selected, hold
down the Stop button
while inserting the key into the console. The
Speed display will show an E for English miles or
an M for metric kilometers. Press the Speed + button to change the unit of measurement, if desired.
When the desired unit of measurement is selected, remove and then reinsert the key.
Pulse display—When
the handgrip pulse sensor or the chest pulse
sensor is used, this
display will show your
heart rate.
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To use the handgrip pulse sensor,
stand on the foot
Metal
rails and place
Contacts
your hands on the
metal contacts on
the handrail as
shown—avoid
moving your
hands. After a few seconds, one or two dashes
will appear in the Pulse display and then your
heart rate will be shown. For the most accurate
heart rate reading, hold the contacts for about
15 seconds.
When you are finished exercising, stop the
walking belt and remove the key.
Step onto the foot rails, press the Stop button, and
adjust the incline of the treadmill to the lowest
level. The incline must be at the lowest level
when the treadmill is raised to the storage position or the treadmill will be damaged. Next, remove the key from the console and put it in a secure place. Note: If the displays and indicators
on the console remain lit after the key is removed, the console is in the “demo” mode.
See page 23 and turn off the demo mode.
When you are finished using the treadmill, move
the on/off switch near the power cord to the off
position and unplug the power cord.
Calories display—
This display shows the
approximate numbers
of calories and fat calories you have burned
(see Fat Burning on
page 29). The display
will alternate between one number and the other
every seven seconds.
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play. (The incline settings are not shown in the
program display.) The speed settings for the next
several segments will be shown in the columns to
the right.
HOW TO USE THE PRESET PROGRAMS
1
Insert the key into the console.
When only three seconds remain in the first segment of the program, both the Current Segment
column and the column to the right will flash and a
tone will sound. In addition, if the speed and/or
incline of the treadmill is about to change, the
Speed display and/or the Distance/Incline display
will flash to alert you, and three tones will sound.
When the first segment is completed, all speed
settings will move one column to the left. The
speed setting for the second segment will then be
shown in the flashing Current Segment column
and the treadmill will automatically adjust to the
speed and incline settings for the second segment.
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11.
2
Select one of the six preset programs.
When the key is
inserted, the
manual mode
will be selected.
To select one of
the preset programs, press the
Select Workout
button repeatedly until one of the six preset program indicators
lights. When a preset program is selected, the
Distance/Incline display will flash the maximum incline setting for the program for six seconds, and
the Speed display will flash the maximum speed
setting.
The program will continue in this way until the
speed setting for the final segment is shown in the
Current Segment column and no time remains in
the Time/Segment Time display. The walking belt
will then slow to a stop.
The profiles printed on the right side of the console
show how the speed and incline of the treadmill will
change during the preset programs. The numbers
at the left ends of the profiles show the speed and
incline ranges for the programs. The program display will show a simplified profile of the program.
The Time/Segment Time display will show how
long the selected program will last.
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Note: Each time a segment ends and the speed
settings move one column to the left, if all of the
indicators in the Current Segment column are lit,
the speed settings will move downward so that only
the highest indicators in the columns will appear in
the program display. When the speed settings
move to the left again and not all of the indicators
in the Current Segment column are lit, the speed
settings will move back up.
Press the Start button or the Speed + button to
start the program.
If the speed or incline setting for the current
segment is too high or too low, you can manually
override the setting by pressing the Speed or
Incline buttons on the console. Every few times
one of the Speed buttons is pressed, an additional
indicator will light or darken in the Current Segment
column. If any of the columns to the right of the
Current Segment column have the same number
of lit indicators as the Current Segment column,
an additional indicator will light or darken in those
columns as well. Note: If you manually adjust the
speed setting so that all of the indicators in the
Current Segment column are lit, the speed settings
in the program display will not move downward as
described above. When the current segment of
the program ends, the treadmill will automatically adjust to the speed and incline settings
for the next segment.
A moment after the button is pressed, the treadmill will automatically adjust to the first speed and
incline settings for the program. Hold the handrails
and begin walking.
Each program is divided into several time segments of different lengths. (The Time/Segment
Time display shows both the time remaining in the
program and the time remaining in the current
segment.) One speed setting and one incline setting are programmed for each segment. The
speed setting
for the first
Current Segment
segment will
be shown in
the flashing
Current
Segment column of the
program dis-
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To stop the program temporarily, press the Stop
button. All displays will pause and the Time/
Segment Time display will begin to flash. To
restart the program, press the Start button or the
Speed + button. To end the program, press the
Stop button, remove the key, and then reinsert the
key.
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HOW TO USE THE PULSE PROGRAMS
WARNING:
If you have heart problems, or if you are over 60 years of age and
have been inactive, do not use the pulse programs. If you are taking medication regularly,
consult your physician to find whether the
medication will affect your exercise heart rate.
Use the hand weights, if desired.
If one of the three cross
training programs is selected, the Cross
Training Indicator
below the Time/
Segment Time display
will periodically flash.
While the indicator is flashing, use the included
hand weights for upper body exercise as you walk
on the treadmill.
1
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11.
2
3
weights and not holding the handrails may
compromise your ability to maintain your
balance. Exercises using hand weights
should be attempted only by experienced
users.
Select one of the two pulse programs.
When the key is
inserted, the
manual mode will
be selected. To
select one of the
pulse programs,
press the Select
Workout button
repeatedly until one of the two pulse program indicators lights.
Follow your progress with the displays.
See step 5 on page 12.
6
Put on the chest pulse sensor.
To use a pulse program, you must wear the
chest pulse sensor (see page 7).
WARNING: Using hand
5
Insert the key into the console.
The profiles on the console show how the target
heart rate will change during the programs. The
program display will show a simplified profile of
the program. The Time/Segment Time display will
show how long the selected program will last.
When the program has ended, remove the key.
Step onto the foot rails and make sure that the incline of the treadmill is at the lowest setting. The
incline must be at the lowest setting when the
treadmill is raised to the storage position. Next,
remove the key from the console and put it in a secure place. Note: If the displays and indicators
on the console remain lit after the key is removed, the console is in the “demo” mode.
See page 23 and turn off the demo mode.
4
Enter your age.
When a pulse
program is selected, the word
AGE will flash in
the Pulse display. If you have
already entered
your age, simply press the Enter button. If you
have not entered your age, press the + or – button.
The current age setting will then appear in the display. Press the buttons again to enter your age.
The buttons can be held down to enter your age
quickly. When your age is shown, press the Enter
button.
When you are finished using the treadmill, move
the on/off switch near the power cord to the off
position and unplug the power cord.
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5
When only three seconds remain in the first segment of the program, both the Current Segment
column and the column to the right will flash, a series of tones will sound, and the Speed display
and the Distance/Incline display will flash. When
the first segment is completed, all heart rate settings will move one column to the left. The heart
rate setting for the second segment will then be
shown in the flashing Current Segment column,
and the speed and/or incline of the treadmill will
change, if needed, to bring your heart rate closer to
the heart rate setting for the second segment.
Enter a maximum heart rate setting.
After you have
entered your
age, the letters
PLS will appear
in the Pulse display. Press the
+ or – button. A
number will then appear in the display. This number is the maximum heart rate setting for the program. If Pulse program 1 is selected, the maximum heart rate setting can be from 65% to 85%
of your maximum possible heart rate; if Pulse program 2 is selected, the maximum heart rate setting can be from 65% to 80% of your maximum
possible heart rate.
The program will continue until no time remains in
the Time/Segment Time display. The walking belt
will then slow to a stop.
If the speed or incline setting for the current segment is too high or too low, you can adjust the setting with the Speed or Incline buttons. However, if
you decrease the speed, the incline will automatically increase; if you increase the speed, the incline will decrease. If you increase the incline, the
speed will decrease; if you decrease the incline,
the speed will increase. The treadmill will always
attempt to keep your heart rate near the target
heart rate setting for the current segment. Note:
When the incline reaches the lowest setting, the
speed cannot be increased any further. When the
incline reaches the highest setting, the speed cannot be decreased any further.
Note: Your maximum possible heart rate is estimated by subtracting your age from 220. For example, if you are 30 years old, your maximum possible heart rate is 190 (220 – 30 = 190). Therefore,
if Pulse program 1 is selected, the maximum heart
rate setting can be from 123 to 161 beats per
minute (65% of 190 is 123; 85% of 190 is 161).
If you want to change the maximum heart rate setting, press the + and – buttons. The buttons can
be held down to change the setting quickly. When
the desired setting is shown, press the Enter button.
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Press the Start button or the Speed + button to
start the program.
If your pulse is not detected during the program,
the letters PLS will flash in the Pulse display. In
addition, the speed and/or incline of the treadmill
may automatically decrease until your pulse is detected. If this occurs, refer to CHEST PULSE
SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTING on page 7.
A moment after the button is pressed, the treadmill will automatically adjust to the first speed and
incline settings for the program. Hold the handrails
and begin walking.
Pulse programs cannot be stopped temporarily
and then restarted. To stop the program at any
time, press the Stop button.
Each program is divided into several time segments
of different lengths. (The Time/Segment Time display will show both the time remaining in the program and the time remaining in the current segment). One target heart rate setting is programmed for each segment. The heart rate setting
for the first
segment will
Current Segment
be shown in
the flashing
Current
Segment column of the
program display. The
heart rate
settings for the next several segments will be
shown in the columns to the right.
7
Follow your progress with the displays.
See step 5 on page 12.
8
When the program has ended, remove the key.
See step 6 on page 14.
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program a speed setting and an incline setting for
the first segment, simply adjust the speed and incline of the treadmill to the desired levels by
pressing the Speed and Incline buttons. Every few
times one of the Speed buttons is pressed, an additional indicator will light or darken in the Current
Segment column.
HOW TO CREATE CUSTOM PROGRAMS
1
Insert the key into the console.
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11.
2
Select one of the two custom programs.
When the first segment of the program is completed, the current speed setting and the current
incline setting will be stored in memory. The three
columns of indicators will then move one column
to the left, and the speed setting for the second
segment will be shown in the flashing Current
Segment column. Program speed and
incline settings for the second segment as described above. Note: After the third segment is
completed, the columns of indicators in the program display will no longer move to the left.
Instead, each time a segment is completed, the
flashing Current Segment column will move one
column to the right. If the Current Segment column reaches the right side of the program display,
when the current segment is completed all
columns of indicators in the program display will
move three columns to the left.
When the key is
inserted, the
manual mode
will be selected.
To select one of
the custom programs, press
the Select Workout button repeatedly until one of
the two custom program indicators lights.
Note: If the custom program has not yet been
defined, three columns of indicators will be lit
in the program display. If more than three
columns of indicators are lit, see HOW TO USE
CUSTOM PROGRAMS on page 17.
3
Press the Start button or the Speed + button
and program the desired speed and incline
settings.
Continue programming speed and incline settings
for as many segments as desired; custom programs can have up to forty segments. When you
are finished with your workout, press the Stop button twice. The speed and incline settings that you
programmed and the number of segments that you
programmed will then be saved in memory.
A moment after the button is pressed, the walking
belt will begin to move. Hold the handrails and
begin walking.
Refer to the program display. Each custom program is divided into one-minute segments. One
speed setting and one incline setting can be programmed for each segment. The speed setting for
the first segment will be
Current Segment
shown in the
flashing
Current
Segment
column of
the program
display. (The
incline settings are not shown in the program display.) To
4
Follow your progress with the displays.
See step 5 on page 12.
5
When the program has ended, remove the key.
See step 6 on page 14.
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incline of the treadmill is about to change, the
Speed display and/or the Distance/Incline display
will flash to alert you, and three tones will sound.
When the first segment is completed, all speed
settings will move one column to the left. The
speed setting for the second segment will then be
shown in the flashing Current Segment column
and the treadmill will automatically adjust to the
speed and incline settings for the second segment.
HOW TO USE CUSTOM PROGRAMS
1
Insert the key into the console.
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11.
2
Select one of the two custom programs.
When the key is
inserted, the
manual mode
will be selected.
To select one of
the custom programs, press
the Select Workout button repeatedly until one of
the two custom program indicators lights.
The program will continue until the speed setting
for the final segment is shown in the Current
Segment column and no time remains in the
Time/Segment Time display. The walking belt will
then slow to a stop.
If desired, you can redefine to the program while
using the program. To change the speed or incline setting during the current segment, simply press the Speed or Incline buttons. When the
current segment is completed, the new setting will be
saved in memory. To increase the length of the
program, first wait until the program is completed.
Then, press the Start button and program speed and
incline settings for as many additional segments as
desired. (Note: While you are adding segments to
the program, the speed settings in the program
display will not move to the left. Instead, each time
a segment is completed, the flashing Current
Segment column will move one column to the
right. If the Current Segment column reaches the
right side of the program display, when the current
segment is completed, all columns of indicators in
the program display will move three columns to
the left.) When you have added as many segments as desired, press the Stop button twice. To
decrease the length of the program, press the
Stop button twice at any time before the program is
completed.
When a custom program is selected, the program
display will show a simplified profile of the program. Note: If only three columns of indicators
are lit in the program display, refer to HOW TO
CREATE CUSTOM PROGRAMS on page 16.
3
Press the Start button or the Speed + button to
start the program.
A moment after the button is pressed, the treadmill will automatically adjust to the first speed and
incline settings for the program. Hold the handrails
and begin walking.
Each custom program is divided into several oneminute segments. One speed setting and one incline setting are programmed for each segment.
The speed setting for the first segment will be
shown in the
flashing
Current Segment
Current
Segment
column of
the program
display. (The
incline settings are not
shown in the
program display.) The speed settings for the next
several segments will be shown in the columns to
the right.
To stop the program temporarily, press the Stop
button. All displays will pause and the Time/
Segment Time display will begin to flash. To
restart the program, press the Start button. To end
the program before it is completed, press the Stop
button, remove the key, and then reinsert the key.
4
Follow your progress with the displays.
See step 5 on page 12.
When only three seconds remain in the first segment of the program, both the Current Segment
column and the column to the right will flash and a
tone will sound. In addition, if the speed and/or
5
When the program has ended, remove the key.
See step 6 on page 14.
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HOW TO CONNECT THE TREADMILL TO
YOUR CD PLAYER, VCR, OR COMPUTER
To use iFIT.com CDs, the treadmill must be connected to your portable CD player, portable stereo,
home stereo, or computer with CD player. See pages
18 and 19 for connecting instructions. To use iFIT.com
videocassettes, the treadmill must be connected to
your VCR. See page 20 for connecting instructions. To
use iFIT.com programs directly from our Web site,
the treadmill must be connected to your home computer. See page 19 for connecting instructions.
HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PORTABLE STEREO
Note: If your stereo has an RCA-type AUDIO OUT
jack, see instruction A below. If your stereo has a
3.5mm LINE OUT jack, see instruction B. If your
stereo has only a PHONES jack, see instruction C.
A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the included adapter. Plug
the adapter into an AUDIO OUT jack on your stereo.
A
HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PORTABLE CD PLAYER
AUDIO OUT
RIGHT
Note: If your CD player has separate LINE OUT and
PHONES jacks, see instruction A below. If your CD
player has only one jack, see instruction B.
A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on
your CD player. Plug your headphones into the
PHONES jack.
A
PHONES LINE OUT
LINE OUT
LEFT
Audio
Cable
Adapter
B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on
your stereo.
PHONES
B
Headphones
Audio
Cable
LINE OUT
Audio
Cable
B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y-adapter
(available at electronics stores). Plug the Y-adapter
into the PHONES jack on your CD player. Plug your
headphones into the other side of the Y-adapter.
B
C. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y-adapter
(available at electronics stores). Plug the Y-adapter
into the PHONES jack on your stereo. Plug your
headphones into the other side of the Y-adapter.
PHONES
C
PHONES
Audio
Cable
3.5mm
Y-adapter
PHONES
Audio
Cable
Headphones
3.5mm
Y-adapter
Headphones
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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO
HOW TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER
Note: If your stereo has an unused LINE OUT jack,
see instruction A below. If the LINE OUT jack is
being used, see instruction B.
Note: If your computer has a 3.5mm LINE OUT jack,
see instruction A. If your computer has only a
PHONES jack, see instruction B.
A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the included adapter.
Plug the adapter into the LINE OUT jack on your
stereo.
A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on
your computer.
A
A
CD
LINE OUT
VCR
Amp
LINE OUT
Audio
Cable
LINE OUT
Audio
Cable
Adapter
B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y-adapter
(available at electronics stores). Plug the Y-adapter
into the PHONES jack on your computer. Plug your
headphones or speakers into the other side of the
Y-adapter.
B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the included adapter.
Plug the adapter into an RCA Y-adapter (available
at electronics stores). Next, remove the wire that is
currently plugged into the LINE OUT jack on your
stereo and plug the wire into the unused side of the
Y-adapter. Plug the Y-adapter into the LINE OUT
jack on your stereo.
B
B
PHONES
CD
Audio
Cable
VCR
Amp
3.5mm
Y-adapter
LINE OUT
Headphones/Speakers
RCA Y-adapter
Audio
Cable
Adapter
Wire removed from
LINE OUT jack
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HOW TO CONNECT YOUR VCR
Note: If your VCR has an unused AUDIO OUT jack,
see instruction A below. If the AUDIO OUT jack is
being used, see instruction B. If you have a TV
with a built-in VCR, see instruction B. If your VCR
is connected to your home stereo, see HOW TO
CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO on page 19.
A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the included adapter.
Plug the adapter into the AUDIO OUT jack on your
VCR.
HOW TO USE IFIT.COM CD AND VIDEO
PROGRAMS
To use iFIT.com CDs or videocassettes, the treadmill
must be connected to your portable CD player, portable
stereo, home stereo, computer with CD player, or
VCR. See HOW TO CONNECT THE TREADMILL TO
YOUR CD PLAYER, VCR, OR COMPUTER on page
18. Note: To purchase iFIT.com CDs or iFIT.com
videocassettes, call toll-free 1-800-735-0768.
Follow the steps below to use an iFIT.com CD or video
program.
A
1
ANT. IN
VIDEO AUDIO
IN
RF OUT
CH
3 4
OUT
Insert the key into the console.
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11.
AUDIO OUT
RIGHT
LEFT
2
Audio
Cable
Adapter
Select the iFIT.com mode.
When the key is inserted, the manual
mode will be selected.
To use iFIT.com CDs or
videocassettes, press
the iFIT.com button.
The iFIT.com indicator
will light.
B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the
front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the
other end of the cable into the included adapter.
Plug the adapter into an RCA Y-adapter (available
at electronics stores). Next, remove the wire that is
currently plugged into the AUDIO OUT jack on your
VCR and plug the wire into the unused side of the
Y-adapter. Plug the Y-adapter into the AUDIO OUT
jack on your VCR.
3
iFIT.com Indicator
Insert the iFIT.com CD or videocassette.
If you are using an iFIT.com CD, insert the CD into
your CD player. If you are using an iFIT.com videocassette, insert the videocassette into your VCR.
4
Press the PLAY button on your CD player or
VCR.
B
ANT. IN
VIDEO AUDIO
IN
A moment after the button is pressed, your personal trainer will begin guiding you through your
workout. Simply follow your personal trainer’s
instructions. Note: If the Time/Segment Time display is flashing, press the Start button or the
Speed + button on the console. The treadmill will
not respond to a CD or video program when the
Time/Segment Time display is flashing.
RF OUT
CH
3 4
OUT
RCA Y-adapter
Audio
Cable
Adapter
Wire removed from
AUDIO OUT jack
During the CD or video program, an electronic
“chirping” sound will alert you when the speed
and/or incline of the treadmill is about to change.
CAUTION: Always listen for the “chirp” and be
prepared for speed and/or incline changes. In
some instances, the speed and/or incline may
change before the personal trainer describes
the change.
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If the speed or incline settings are too high or too
low, you can manually override the settings at any
time by pressing the Speed or Incline buttons on
the console. However, when the next “chirp” is
heard, the speed and/or incline will change to
the next settings of the CD or video program.
• Adjust the volume of your CD player or VCR.
If the volume is too high or too low, the console may not detect the program signals.
• Make sure that the audio cable is properly
connected, that it is fully plugged in, and that
it is not wrapped around a power cord.
To stop the walking belt at any time, press the
Stop button on the console. The Time/Segment
Time display will begin to flash. To restart the program, press the Start button or the Speed + button. After a moment, the walking belt will begin to
move at 1 mph. When the next “chirp” is heard,
the speed and incline will change to the next
settings of the CD or video program.
• If you are using your portable CD player and
the CD skips, set the CD player on the floor or
another flat surface instead of on the console.
5
Follow your progress with the displays.
See step 5 on page 12.
When the CD or video program is completed, the
walking belt will stop and the Time/Segment Time
display will begin to flash. Note: To use another
CD or video program, press the Stop button or remove the key and go to step 1 on page 20.
6
When the program is completed, remove the
key.
See step 6 on page 14.
CAUTION: Always remove iFIT.com CDs and
videos from your CD player or VCR when you
are not using them.
Note: If the speed or incline of the treadmill
does not change when a “chirp” is heard:
• Make sure that the iFIT.com indicator is lit and
that the Time/Segment Time display is not
flashing. If the Time/Segment Time display is
flashing, press the Start button or the Speed
+ button on the console.
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HOW TO USE PROGRAMS DIRECTLY FROM
OUR WEB SITE
When the on-screen countdown ends, the program
will begin and the walking belt will begin to move.
Hold the handrails, step onto the walking belt, and
begin walking. During the program, an electronic
“chirping” sound will alert you when the speed
and/or incline of the treadmill is about to change.
CAUTION: Always listen for the “chirp” and be
prepared for speed and/or incline changes.
Our Web site at www.iFIT.com allows you to access
basic programs, audio programs, and video programs
directly from the internet. Additional options are soon
to be available. See www.iFIT.com for details.
To use programs from our Web site, the treadmill must
be connected to your home computer. See HOW TO
CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER on page 19. In
addition, you must have an internet connection and
an internet service provider. A list of specific system
requirements will be found on our Web site.
If the speed or incline settings are too high or too
low, you can manually override the settings at any
time by pressing the Speed or Incline buttons on
the console. However, when the next “chirp” is
heard, the speed and/or incline will change to
the next settings for the program.
Follow the steps below to use a program from our
Web site.
1
Insert the key into the console.
To stop the walking belt at any time, press the
Stop button on the console. The Time/Segment
Time display will begin to flash. To restart the program, press the Start button or the Speed + button. After a moment, the walking belt will begin to
move at 1 mph. When the next “chirp” is heard,
the speed and incline will change to the next
settings for the program.
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 11.
2
Select the iFIT.com mode.
When the key is inserted, the manual
mode will be selected.
To use a program from
our Web site, press the
iFIT.com button. The
iFIT.com indicator will
light.
When the program is completed, the walking belt
will stop and the Time/Segment Time display will
begin to flash. Note: To use another program,
press the Stop button and go to step 5.
iFIT.com Indicator
3
Go to your computer and start an internet
connection.
4
Start your web browser, if necessary, and go to
our Web site at www.iFIT.com.
5
Follow the desired links on our Web site to select a program.
Note: If the speed or incline of the treadmill
does not change when a “chirp” is heard, make
sure that the iFIT.com indicator is lit and that
the Time/Segment Time display is not flashing.
In addition, make sure that the audio cable is
properly connected, that it is fully plugged in,
and that it is not wrapped around a power cord.
8
Read and follow the on-line instructions for using a
program.
6
Return to the treadmill and stand on the foot
rails. Find the clip attached to the key and slide
the clip onto the waistband of your clothes.
Follow your progress with the displays.
See step 5 on page 12.
9
Follow the on-line instructions to start the
program.
When the program has ended, remove the key.
See step 6 on page 14.
When you start the program, an on-screen countdown will begin.
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THE INFORMATION MODE/DEMO MODE
An E for English miles or an
M for metric kilometers will
appear in the Speed display.
Press the Speed + button to
change the unit of measurement.
The console features an information mode that keeps
track of the total number of hours that the treadmill has
been operated and the total number of miles that the
walking belt has moved. The information mode also allows you to switch the console from miles per hour to
kilometers per hour. In addition, the information mode
allows you to turn on and turn off the demo mode.
IMPORTANT: The Calories
display should be blank. If
a “d” appears in the display,
the console is in the “demo”
mode. This mode is intended
to be used only when a
treadmill is displayed in a
store. When the console is in the demo mode, the
power cord can be plugged in, the key can be removed
from the console, and the displays and indicators on
the console will automatically light in a preset sequence, although the buttons on the console will not
operate. If a “d” appears in the Calories display
when the information mode is selected, press the
Speed – button so the Calories display is blank.
To select the information mode, hold down the Stop
button while inserting the key into the console. When
the information mode is selected, the following information will be shown:
The Time/Segment Time display will show the total number of hours that the treadmill
has been used.
The Distance/Incline display
will show the total number of
miles that the walking belt
has moved.
To exit the information mode, remove the key from the
console.
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HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL
HOW TO FOLD THE TREADMILL FOR STORAGE
1
Before folding the treadmill, adjust the incline to the
lowest position. If this is not done, the treadmill may be
permanently damaged. Next, unplug the power cord.
CAUTION: You must be able to safely lift 45 pounds (20
kg) to raise, lower, or move the treadmill.
1. Hold the treadmill in the locations shown at the right. To
decrease the possibility of injury, bend your legs and
keep your back straight. As you raise the treadmill,
make sure to lift with your legs rather than your back.
Raise the treadmill about halfway to the vertical position.
2. Move your right hand to the position shown and hold the
treadmill firmly. Using your left hand, pull the lock knob to
the left and hold it. Raise the treadmill until all parts of the
treadmill are past the latch pin. Then, release the lock
knob. Make sure that the lock knob is fully released
so that the latch pin is securely holding the catch.
To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a
mat under the treadmill. Keep the treadmill out of
direct sunlight. Do not leave the treadmill in the storage position in temperatures above 85° Fahrenheit.
2
Latch
Pin
Lock
Knob
Catch
HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL
Before moving the treadmill, convert the treadmill to the
storage position as described above. Make sure that the
latch pin is securely holding the catch.
1. Hold the handrails and place one foot on the base.
2. Tilt the treadmill back until it rolls freely on the wheels.
Carefully move the treadmill to the desired location. To reduce the risk of injury, use extreme caution while
moving the treadmill. Do not attempt to move the
treadmill over an uneven surface.
3. Place one foot on the wheel, and carefully lower the
treadmill until the base is resting in the storage position.
Base
Front Wheels
HOW TO LOWER THE TREADMILL FOR USE
1. Refer to drawing 2 above. Hold the treadmill as shown, and pull the lock knob to the left. Pivot the treadmill
down until the frame and the foot rails are past the latch pin. Slowly release the lock knob.
2. Refer to drawing 1 above. Hold the treadmill firmly with both hands, and lower the treadmill to the floor. To decrease the possibility of injury, bend your legs and keep your back straight.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Most treadmill problems can be solved by following the instructions below. If further assistance is
needed, please call our Customer Service Department toll-free at 1-800-999-3756, Monday through Friday,
6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Mountain Time (excluding holidays).
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
1. The power does not
turn on
a. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into a surge suppressor, and that the
surge suppressor is plugged into a properly grounded outlet (see page 8). Use
only a single-outlet surge suppressor that meets all of the specifications described
on page 8. Important: The treadmill is not compatible with GFCI-equipped outlets.
b. Make sure that the key is fully inserted into the console.
c. Check the circuit breaker located on the frame near
the power cord. If the switch protrudes as shown, the
circuit breaker has tripped. To reset the circuit
breaker, wait for five minutes and then press the
switch back in.
d. Check the on/off switch located on the frame near
the power cord. The switch must be in the on position.
2. The power turns off
during use
c
Tripped
Reset
d
On
Position
a. Check the circuit breaker located on the treadmill frame near the power cord (see
1. c. above). If the circuit breaker has tripped, wait for five minutes and then press
the switch back in.
b. Make sure that the power cord is plugged in.
c. Remove the key from the console and then reinsert it.
d. Make sure that the on/off switch is in the on position (see 1. d. above).
3. The walking belt
slows when walked
on
a. Use only a single-outlet surge suppressor that meets all of the specifications described on page 8.
b. If the walking belt is overtightened, treadb
3–4”
mill performance may decrease and the
walking belt may be permanently damaged. Remove the key and UNPLUG THE
POWER CORD. Using the included allen
wrench, turn both rear roller adjustment
bolts counterclockwise 1/4 of a turn. When
the walking belt is properly tightened, you
should be able to lift the edges of the
Rear Roller Adjustment Bolts
walking belt 3 to 4 inches off the walking
platform. Be careful to keep the walking
belt centered. Plug in the power cord, insert the key and run the treadmill for a few
minutes. Repeat until the walking belt is properly tightened.
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PROBLEM
SOLUTION
4. The walking belt is
off-center or slips
when walked on
a. If the walking belt is off-center, first rea
move the key and UNPLUG THE POWER
CORD. If the walking belt has shifted to
the left, use the allen wrench to turn the
left rear roller bolt clockwise 1/2 of a turn; if
the walking belt has shifted to the right,
turn the left rear roller bolt counterclockwise 1/2 of a turn. Be careful not to overtighten the walking belt. Plug in the power
cord, insert the key and run the treadmill for
a few minutes. Repeat until the walking belt is centered.
b. If the walking belt slips when walked on,
b
first remove the key and UNPLUG THE
POWER CORD. Using the allen wrench,
turn both rear roller bolts clockwise 1/4 of a
turn. When the walking belt is correctly
tightened, you should be able to lift each
side of the walking belt 3 to 4 inches off the
walking platform. Be careful to keep the
walking belt centered. Plug in the power
cord, insert the key, and walk on the treadmill for a few minutes. Repeat until the walking belt is properly tightened.
5. The displays of the
console do not function properly
a. Remove the key from the console and UNa
PLUG THE POWER CORD. Next, remove
1/8”
the screws from the hood and carefully re11
99
move the hood. Locate the Reed Switch
12
17
(17) and the Magnet (12) on the left side of
the Pulley (11). Turn the Pulley until the
Top
Magnet is aligned with the Reed Switch.
View
Make sure that the gap between the
Magnet and the Reed Switch is about
1/8”. If necessary, loosen the Reed Switch
Screw (99) and move the Reed Switch slightly. Retighten the Screw. Re-attach the
hood and run the treadmill for a few minutes to check for a correct speed reading.
6. The heart rate monitor a. If the heart rate monitor does not function properly,
does not function
refer to CHEST PULSE SENSOR TROUBLESHOOTproperly
ING on page 7.
b. If the heart rate monitor still does not function properly,
the battery should be changed. To replace the battery,
locate the battery cover on the back of the sensor unit.
Insert a coin into the slot in the cover and turn the
cover counterclockwise to the “open” position.
Remove the cover.
Next, remove the old battery from the sensor unit.
Insert a new CR 2032 battery, making sure that the
writing is on top. In addition, make sure that the rubber
gasket is in place in the sensor unit. Replace the battery cover and turn it to the closed position.
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b
CR2032
Battery
Rubber
Gasket
REEBOK UNIVERSITY
Reebok University was launched in 1993 to fulfill a
vision to establish a “university without walls” that
develops quality, researched, state-of-the-art fitness
programming for the fitness industry throughout the
world.
Working with the world’s best professionals, Reebok
University has created a host of original programs,
such as Step Reebok®, Walk ReebokSM, Slide ReebokSM
and Reebok City JamSM. The industry has adopted
Reebok programming as the “gold” standard. Our
guidelines and terminology are used by fitness professionals and participants around the world, and our
exceptional programming has been approved in the
United States by AFAA and ACE for continuing education credits.
WALKING AND CARDIORESPIRATORY
ENDURANCE
Scientific studies confirm that
walking at a moderate to
brisk pace can enhance
aerobic fitness. Rippe and
his colleagues1 found
that of 500 subjects
tested, 67% of the men
and 90% of the women
were able to reach their target heart rates by walking
4 to 4.5 miles per hour.
Pollock and his colleagues2 found that
middle-aged
men who
walked at
a pace of
3.5 to 4.5
miles per
hour for 40 minutes
four times per week had the same cardiovascular improvements as men the same age who jogged for 30
minutes three times per week. Although the intensity of
exercise was lower for the walkers than the runners,
the increased duration and frequency of walking provided the walkers with similar aerobic benefits as the
runners.
On the basis of current research, it seems clear that
walking at a moderate to brisk pace can be an excellent aerobic activity.
WALKING AND REDUCED RISK FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
Several studies have found that regular walking at any
speed can increase HDL-C cholesterol (a high-density
lipoprotein which removes excess cholesterol from the
body) and can lower concentrations of blood triglycerides (a storage form of fat), thus reducing the risk for
cardiovascular disease.
Duncan and his colleagues3 concluded that exercise
does not have to be vigorous to reduce cardiovascular
risk factors. In other words, people who choose to
stroll rather than walk briskly can reduce their risk for
cardiovascular disease.
After studying the physical activity patterns of 17,000
Harvard alumni over a 20-year period, Paffenbarger
and his colleagues4 concluded that walking as little as
five city blocks per day can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, and walking 2 miles per day can
reduce the risk of a heart attack by 28% or more.
Therefore, while walking at a fast pace will improve
aerobic fitness, walking at any speed (slow or fast) can
reduce a person's risk for heart disease.
WALKING AND WEIGHT REDUCTION
Walking is an excellent activity for burning calories.
The steeper the incline and/or the faster the speed, the
more calories are burned. For example, a 150-pound
person walking at 3.5 miles per hour on flat ground will
burn about 300 calories per hour. This same person
will burn 400 calories per hour on a gentle 4% incline
and 500 calories per hour on a steeper 10% incline. If
this person speeds the pace up to 4 miles per hour on
level ground, 350 calories will be burned in one hour.5
It should be noted that participants who do not wish to
walk at faster speeds can burn a comparable number
of calories by walking for longer periods of time.
WALKING AND BONE DENSITY
Osteoporosis is a major health problem in the United
States, affecting an estimated 15 to 30 million people.
An age-related disorder, osteoporosis reduces the
density of bones. This disease can be life-threatening
since many older people die as a result of complications suffered from broken bones. Adequate calcium in
the diet and weight-bearing exercises seem to reduce
the risk of osteoporosis.
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Several studies have reported that regular walking at
moderate to brisk speeds appears to increase bone
density. Specifically, Fradin and his colleagues6 found
that 70-year-old subjects who walked at least 30 minutes per day had higher bone mineral content than
subjects who walked less than 30 minutes per day.
Jones and his colleagues7 reported that sedentary
women (aged 30 to 61 years old) who began a regular
walking program and continued for one year increased
their bone density.
During a 24-week study, not one of 59 participants
who walked five days a week at speeds between 3 and
5 miles per hour sustained a walking-related injury that
necessitated consulting with a physician. Carroll and
his colleagues10 reported that 14% of the elderly subjects participating in a walking study suffered trainingrelated orthopedic injuries, mostly to the lower leg and
foot. The majority of injuries occurred in the group assigned to "fast walking."
It is important to note that all forms of exercise have
some degree of risk associated with the activity.
Generally, the less mechanical stress on the musculoskeletal system, the less risk of becoming injured.
Because of the low-impact nature of walking, the incidence of injury appears to be low when compared to
other high-impact activities.
Since walking can be comfortably performed by people
of any age, walking appears to be practical and effective in reducing a person's risk for developing osteoporosis.
WALKING AND STRESS REDUCTION
There are many stressors in today's society, including
economic concerns, work-related pressures and the
need to balance career goals with home responsibilities. People who are unable to cope with these types
of stressors are often tense and anxious, and may
even become physically or psychologically ill.
REFERENCES
1. Rippe, J., Ross, J., et. al. “Cardiovascular effects of walking.”
(Abstract), Proceedings of the Second International Conference
on Physical Activity, Aging and Sports, July, 1985, p. 47.
2. Pollock, M., Miller, H. Jr., et. al. “Effects of walking on body composition and cardiovascular function of middle-aged men.”
Journal of Applied Physiology, 1971, 30:126–130.
3. Duncan, J., Gordon, N., et. al. “Women walking for health and fitness. How much is enough?” Journal of the American Medical
Association, 1991, 266(23):3295–9.
4. Paffenbarger, R., Hyde, R., et.al. “Physical activity, all-cause
mortality and longevity of college alumni.” New England Journal
of Medicine, 1986, 314:605–613.
5. “Better walking workouts.” University of California at Berkeley
Wellness Letter, 1992, 8(12):4–5.
6. Fradin, K. Grimby, G., et. al. “Walking habits and health-related
factors in a 70-year-old population,” Gerontology, 1991,
37(5):281–8.
7. Jones, P., Hardman, A., et. al. “Influence of brisk walking on the
broadband ultrasonic attenuation of the calcaneus in previously
sedentary women aged 30–61 years.” Calcified Tissue
International, 1991, 49(2):112–5.
8. Blair, S., Collingwood, T., et. al. “Health Promotion for Educators:
Impact on Health Behaviors, Satisfaction, and General WellBeing,” American Journal of Public Health, 1984, 74:147–49.
9. Cramer, S., Nieman D., et. al. “The effects of moderate exercise
training on psychological well-being and mood state in women.”
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1991, 35(4–5):437–49.
10. Carroll, J., Pollack, M., et. al. “Incidence of injury during moderate and high intensity walking in the elderly.” Journal of
Gerontology, 1992, 47(3):M61–6.
Researchers have found that exercise is one way to
help people reduce stress. For example, subjects who
engaged in a regular aerobic conditioning program and
who altered their diets experienced significant gains in
self-concept, feelings of well-being and reduced
depression.8
Cramer and his colleagues9 specifically examined the
effect of brisk walking on mildly obese sedentary
women and found that walking improved general psychological well-being. Walking therefore appears to be
an effective tool for improving psychological well-being.
WALKING AND INJURIES
Walking is often associated with a low injury rate.
Walking is considered to be a "low impact" activity because one foot remains in contact with the ground at
all times. Walking at speeds of 3 miles per hour produces vertical impact forces that are around 1.25 times
body weight, whereas running at 7 miles per hour increases vertical impact forces to more than 2.5 times
body weight.
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EXERCISE GUIDELINES
WARNING:
Before beginning this
or any exercise program, consult your physician. This is especially important for individuals over the age of 35 or individuals with preexisting health problems.
The pulse sensors are not medical devices.
Various factors, including the user's movement, may affect the accuracy of heart rate
readings. The pulse sensors are intended
only as exercise aids in determining heart rate
trends in general.
The following guidelines will help you to plan your exercise program. For more detailed exercise information, obtain a reputable book or consult your physician.
EXERCISE INTENSITY
Whether your goal is to burn fat or to strengthen your
cardiovascular system, the key to achieving the
desired results is to exercise with the proper intensity.
The proper intensity level can be found by using your
heart rate as a guide. The chart below shows recommended heart rates for fat burning and aerobic exercise.
To find the proper heart rate for you, first find your age
near the bottom of the chart (ages are rounded off to
the nearest ten years). Next, find the three numbers
above your age. The three numbers define your “training zone.” The lower two numbers are recommended
heart rates for fat burning; the highest number is the
recommended heart rate for aerobic exercise.
To measure your heart rate during exercise, use the
handgrip pulse sensor or the chest pulse sensor. If
your heart rate is too high or too low, adjust the speed
or incline of the treadmill.
Fat Burning
To burn fat effectively, you must exercise at a relatively
low intensity level for a sustained period of time.
During the first few minutes of exercise, your body
uses easily accessible carbohydrate calories for energy. Only after the first few minutes does your body
begin to use stored fat calories for energy. If your goal
is to burn fat, adjust the speed or incline of the treadmill until your heart rate is near the lowest number in
your training zone.
For maximum fat burning, adjust the speed or incline
of the treadmill until your heart rate is near the middle
number in your training zone.
Aerobic Exercise
If your goal is to strengthen your cardiovascular system, your exercise must be “aerobic.” Aerobic exercise
is activity that requires large amounts of oxygen for
prolonged periods of time. This increases the demand
on the heart to pump blood to the muscles, and on the
lungs to oxygenate the blood. For aerobic exercise,
adjust the speed or incline of the treadmill until your
heart rate is near the highest number in your training
zone.
WORKOUT GUIDELINES
Each workout should include the following three parts:
A Warm-up—Start each workout with 5 to 10 minutes
of stretching and light exercise. A proper warm-up increases your body temperature, heart rate and circulation in preparation for exercise.
Training Zone Exercise—After warming up, increase
the intensity of your exercise until your pulse is in your
training zone for 20 to 60 minutes. (During the first few
weeks of your exercise program, do not keep your
pulse in your training zone for longer than 20 minutes.)
Breathe regularly and deeply as you exercise—never
hold your breath.
A Cool-down—Finish each workout with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching to cool down. This will increase the
flexibility of your muscles and will help prevent post-exercise problems.
EXERCISE FREQUENCY
To maintain or improve your condition, complete three
workouts each week, with at least one day of rest between workouts. After a few months, you may complete up to five workouts each week if desired.
The key to success is to make exercise a regular and
enjoyable part of your everyday life.
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PART LIST—MODEL NO. RBTL16910
R0302A
To locate the parts listed below, refer to the EXPLODED DRAWING attached in the center of this manual.
Key
No. Qty.
1
2
3*
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
7
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
2
2
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
4
41
42
43
44
45
46
1
2
21
13
1
1
Description
Left Foot Rail
Right Foot Rail
Idler Assembly
Isolator
Latch Catch
Platform
Walking Deck Screw
Walking Belt
Frame Pivot Bolt
Latch Assembly
Front Roller/Pulley
Magnet
Front Wheel Nut/
Pivot Nut
Spacer Insert
Frame Pivot Spacer
Reed Switch Clip
Reed Switch
Lift Frame
Front Belly Pan Screw
Idler Arm
Pulse Bar Bolt
Motor Belt
Idler Pulley
Motor
Pulley Spacer
Static Warning Decal
Hood Bracket
Pulley Nut
Idler Spring
Lift Motor Nut
Lift Motor Bolt
Motor Bolt
Outlet Bracket
Plastic Stand-off
Power Supply
Power Supply Bracket
Controller
Controller Bracket
Motor Hood
Latch Catch Screw/
Rear Endcap Screw
Motor Belly Pan
Belt Guide
Misc. Screw
Plastic Fastener
Frame Belly Pan
Pulse Bar
Key
No. Qty.
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
1
2
1
4
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
8
5
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
5
89
90
91
92
1
1
1
1
Description
Ground Wire
Rear Foot
Chest Pulse Sensor
Isolator Nut
Chest Pulse Strap
Roller Adj. Washer
Rear Roller Adj. Bolt
Rear Endcap
Frame
Allen Wrench
Rear Platform Screw
Rear Roller
Pulse Wire Harness
Frame Star Washer
Book Rack
Left Foam Grip
Handrail Endcap
Nylon Washer
Upright
Long Console Screw
Lock Knob
Roller Star Washer
Lock Knob Spring
Lock Pin Collar
Pin Clip
Lock Pin
Incline Pivot Bolt
Wire Harness
Grommet
Console Screw
Hood Screw
Front Wheel
Wheel Bolt
Right Foam Grip
Console Base (Top)
Console
Key/Clip
Console Base (Bottom)
Pulse Sensor Plate
Upright Wire Harness
Shock
Upright Endcap
Pulley Washer/
Wheel Washer
Pulse Sensor Cover
Latch Warning Decal
Incline Motor
12” Wire Harness
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Key
No. Qty.
93
94
1
6
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
2
2
5
4
4
1
1
1
1
2
20
1
1
10
109
110
111
112
113
114
2
2
1
1
1
4
115
116
117
118
119
1
1
2
1
2
120
121
4
1
122
123
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Lift Motor Base Bolt
Sensor Cover Screw/
Rear Foot
Tie Holder
Tie
8” Cable Tie
Bumper
Bumper Screw
On/Off Switch
Circuit Breaker
Power Cord
Power Cord Grommet
Warning Decal
Foot Rail Screw
Jack
iFIT.com Audio Cable
Foam Grip Screw/
Belt Guide Screw
2-pound Weight
Foam Pad
12” Audio Wire
Tension Washer
Tension Bolt
Motor Mounting
Washer
Console Ground Wire
Motor Plate
Motor Isolator
Audio Wire Nut
Outlet Bracket
Star Washer
Controller Screw
Lift Motor Screw/
Base Screw
Idler Pulley Bolt
Frame Pivot Washer
14” White Wire, 2 F
8” White Wire, M/F
8” Blue Wire, 2 F
8” Blue Wire, M/F
4” Black Wire, 2 F
8” Green Wire, 2 Ring
User’s Manual
* Includes all parts shown in the box
# These parts are not illustrated
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS
To order replacement parts, call our Customer Service Department toll-free at 1-800-999-3756, Monday through
Friday, 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Mountain Time (excluding holidays). To help us assist you, please be prepared to give
the following information:
• The MODEL NUMBER of the product (RBTL16910)
• The NAME of the product (REEBOK® RX 3000 treadmill)
• The SERIAL NUMBER of the product (see the front cover of this manual)
• The KEY NUMBER and DESCRIPTION of the part(s) (see the PART LIST on page 30).
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LIMITED WARRANTY
WHAT IS COVERED—The entire REEBOK® RX 3000 (“Product”) is warranted to be free of all defects in material and
workmanship.
WHO IS COVERED—The original purchaser or any person receiving the Product as a gift from the original purchaser.
HOW LONG IS IT COVERED—ICON Health & Fitness, Inc. (“ICON”), warrants the frame for a lifetime. The motor for five
years after the date of purchase. The belt and deck are covered for two years after the date of purchase. All mechanical
components are covered for two years after the date of purchase. All electrical components are covered for two years after
the date of purchase. Labor is covered for one year.
WHAT WE DO TO CORRECT COVERED DEFECTS—We will ship to you, without charge, any replacement part or component, providing the repairs are authorized by ICON first and are performed by an ICON trained and authorized service
provider, or, at our option, we will replace the Product.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED—Any failures or damage caused by unauthorized service, misuse, accident, negligence, improper assembly or installation, alterations, modifications without our written authorization or by failure on your part to use,
operate, and maintain as set out in your User’s Manual (“Manual”).
WHAT YOU MUST DO—Always retain proof of purchase, such as your bill of sale; store, operate, and maintain the
Product as specified in the Manual; notify our Customer Service Department of any defect within 10 days after discovery of
the defect; as instructed, return any defected part for replacement or, if necessary, the entire product, for repair.
USER’S MANUAL—It is VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THE MANUAL before operating the Product. Remember to
do the periodic maintenance requirements specified in the Manual to assure proper operation and your continued satisfaction.
HOW TO GET PARTS AND SERVICE—Simply call our Customer Service Department at 1-800-999-3756 and tell them
your name and address and the serial number of your Product. They will tell you how to get a part replaced, or if necessary,
arrange for service where your Product is located or advise you how to ship the Product for service. Before shipping, always obtain a Return Authorization Number (RA No.) from our Customer Service Department; securely pack your Product
(save the original shipping carton if possible); put the RA No. on the outside of the carton and insure the product. Include a
letter explaining the product or problem and a copy of your proof of purchase if you believe the service is covered by warranty.
ICON is not responsible or liable for indirect, special or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use
or performance of the product or damages with respect to any economic loss, loss of property, loss of revenues or profits,
loss of enjoyment or use, costs of removal, installation or other consequential damages of whatsoever nature. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. Accordingly, the above limitation may not
apply to you.
The warranty extended hereunder is in lieu of any and all other warranties and any implied warranties of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose is limited in its scope and duration to the terms set forth herein. Some states do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts. Accordingly, the above limitation may not apply to you.
No one is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of this limited warranty.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
ICON HEALTH & FITNESS, INC., 1500 S. 1000 W., LOGAN, UT 84321-9813
Part No. 178181 R0302A
Printed in USA © 2002 ICON Health & Fitness, Inc.
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52
40
68
To identify the parts shown on this EXPLODED
DRAWING, refer to the PART LIST on page 30.
53
54
56
48
68
52
94
55
44
57
90
105
6
4
50
40
1
105
44
5
40
43
47
45
58
42
105
94
48
44
108
50
7
4
44
105
8
9
7
123
122
113
3*
60
44
23
25
64
7
2
15
28
50
11
12
49
105
88
29
112
13
20
4
13
14
44
17 18
22
7
99
108
16
42
44
27
43
105
24
60
50
4
123
116
9
13
27 32
114
43
19
76
119
19
15
126
30 31
32
14
114
117
33
43
27
43
43
102
38
27
43
100
101
103
39
118
99
34
120
37
19
111
41
76
36
35
43
76
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EXPLODED DRAWING—MODEL NO. RBTL16910
R0302A
97
96
51
62
49
95
40
108
87
10*
30
104
69
67
63
65
99
21
72
71
98
70
109
110
93
91
88
78
99
88 13
46
79
73
66
87
104
98
59
13
77
108
66
94
98
99
110
80
66
94
13
13
99
98
88
63
86
73
21
85
78
88
77
43
115
61
81
82
75
106
94
84
89
75
83
107
75
92
75
75
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EXPLODED DRAWING—MODEL NO. RBTL16910
R0302A
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