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Model No. RBTL11981
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
HOW TO SET UP THE TREADMILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
TREADMILL OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
TROUBLE-SHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
REEBOK UNIVERSITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
EXERCISE GUIDELINES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
PART LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Back Cover
Note: An EXPLODED DRAWING is attached in the center of this manual.
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
DANGER:
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.
13. Keep the power cord and the surge protector
away from heated surfaces.
14. 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.)
2. Use the treadmill only as described in this
manual.
3. Place the treadmill on a level surface, with at
least eight feet of clearance behind it. 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.
15. Never start the treadmill while you are standing on the walking belt. Always hold the
handrails while using the treadmill.
4. Keep the treadmill indoors, away from moisture and dust. Do not put the treadmill in a
garage or covered patio, or near water.
16. The treadmill is capable of high speeds.
Adjust the speed in small increments to avoid
sudden jumps in speed.
5. Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol
products are used or where oxygen is being
administered.
17. To reduce the possibility of the treadmill overheating, do not operate the treadmill continuously for longer than one hour.
6. Keep children under the age of 12 and pets
away from the treadmill at all times.
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.)
7. The treadmill should not be used by persons
weighing more than 250 pounds.
8. Never allow more than one person on the
treadmill at a time.
19. Do not attempt to raise, lower, or move the
treadmill until it is properly set up. (See HOW
TO SET UP THE TREADMILL on page 6 and
HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL on page 14.)
You must be able to safely lift 45 pounds (20
kg) to raise, lower, or move the treadmill.
9. 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.
10. Always wear athletic shoes when using the
treadmill. Never use the treadmill with bare
feet, wearing only stockings, or in sandals.
20. Do not change the incline of the treadmill by
placing objects under the treadmill.
21. When folding or moving the treadmill, make
sure that the storage latch is fully closed.
11. When connecting the power cord (see page 7),
plug the power cord into a surge protector
(not included) and plug the surge protector
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.
22. Inspect and tighten all parts of the treadmill
regularly.
23. Never drop or insert any object into any
opening.
12. Use only a UL-listed surge protector, rated at
15 amps, with a 14-gauge cord of five feet or
less in length. Do not use an extension cord.
24. This treadmill is intended for home use only.
Do not use this treadmill in any commercial,
rental, or institutional setting.
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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.
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
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 at the right have been
placed on your treadmill. If a decal is
missing, or if it is not legible, please call
our Customer Service Department, tollfree, to order a free replacement decal
(see HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT
PARTS on page 23 of this manual). Apply
the decal in the location shown.
(There is one decal
on each side)
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Thank you for selecting the new REEBOK¨ ACD1
treadmill. The ACD1 treadmill combines advanced
technology with innovative design to let you enjoy an
excellent form of cardiovascular exercise in the convenience and privacy of your home. And when youÕre not
exercising, the unique ACD1 can be folded up, requiring less than half the floor space of other treadmills.
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 mention the product model
number and serial number when calling. The model
number is RBTL11981. The serial number can be
found on a decal attached to the treadmill (see the
front cover of this manual for the location).
For your benefit, read this manual carefully before
using the treadmill. If you have additional questions,
please call our Customer Service Department toll-free
Before reading further, please review the drawing
below and familiarize yourself with the parts that are
labeled.
Book Holder
Water Bottle Holder
(Bottle not included)
Console
Handrail
Key/Clip
LEFT SIDE
RIGHT SIDE
Walking Belt
On/Off Switch
Foot Rails
Circuit
Breaker
Storage Latch
Front
Wheel
Power
Cord
Rear Roller
Adjustment Bolts
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HOW TO SET UP THE TREADMILL
Set the treadmill in a cleared area and remove all packing materials. Make sure that all parts are included
before you dispose of the packing materials.
With the help of a second person, carefully raise the
treadmill uprights to the position shown at the right.
Make sure that all parts of the treadmill are tight before
you use the treadmill. Place a mat under the treadmill to
protect the floor or carpet from damage.
Uprights
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TREADMILL OPERATION
THE PERFORMANT LUBETM WALKING BELT
electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord
having an equipment-grounding conductor and a
grounding plug. Plug the power cord into a surge
protector, and plug the surge protector into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and
grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
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. They 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 protector 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 productÑif it will
not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
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.
Your treadmill, like any other type of sophisticated
electronic equipment, can be seriously damaged by
sudden voltage changes in your homeÕs power.
Voltage surges, spikes, and noise interference can result from weather conditions or from other appliances
being turned on or off.
To decrease the pos1
sibility of your treadGrounded Outlet Box
mill being damaged,
Treadmill Power Cord
always use a surge
Grounding Pin
protector (not included) with your
Grounding Plug
Grounding Plug
treadmill.
Surge protectors are
sold at most hardware
stores and department
stores. Use only a ULlisted surge protector,
rated at 15 amps, with a
14-gauge cord of five
feet or less in length.
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
Grounding Pin
Grounded Outlet
2
Grounded Outlet Box
Adapter
Grounding Pin
Grounding Plug
Lug
Metal Screw
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Surge Protector
DIAGRAM 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.
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FEATURES OF THE CONSOLE
CAUTION: Before operating the
The advanced console offers an impressive array of
features to make your workouts more enjoyable and
effective. When the console is in the manual mode, the
speed and incline of the treadmill can be changed with
a touch of a button. As you exercise, the LED displays
will provide continuous exercise feedback. The console
also offers six preset workout programs: three programs
automatically control the speed of the treadmill as they
guide you through effective workouts, and three programs automatically control the incline of the treadmill.
console, read the following precautions.
¥ Do not stand on the walking belt when turning on the power or starting the walking belt.
¥ Always wear the clip (see I above) while
operating the treadmill. If the key is pulled
from the console, the walking belt will stop.
¥ The treadmill is capable of high speeds;
adjust the speed in small increments to
avoid sudden jumps in speed.
An optional chest pulse sensor adds even more features
to the console, allowing you to continuously monitor
your heart rate during your workouts. To purchase an
optional chest pulse sensor, refer to page 13.
¥ To reduce the risk of electric shock, keep the
console dry. Avoid spilling liquid on the
console and use only a sealable water bottle.
Note: The console can display speed and distance
in either miles or kilometers (see page 10). For
convenience, all instructions in this section refer
to miles.
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DIAGRAM OF THE CONSOLE
HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER
Refer to the drawing at the top of page 8.
Make sure that the
on/off switch, located
at the front of the
treadmill, is in the on
position.
A. LED DisplaysÑThese displays provide continuous
feedback of calories and fat calories burned, distance, laps completed, elapsed time, speed, and
pace. In addition, the PULSE display shows your
heart rate when the optional chest pulse sensor is
used.
On
Next, make sure that the power cord is properly plugged
in (see page 7).
B. QUICK SPEED ButtonsÑThese buttons allow you
to quickly select speed settings.
Step onto the foot rails of the
treadmill. Find the clip
attached to the key, and slide
the clip onto the waistband of
your clothing. Next, insert the
key into the console. After a
moment, various displays and
indicators will light.
C. SPEED ButtonsÑThese 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 10 mph.
D. STOP ButtonÑThis button stops the walking belt.
When the button is pressed, the LED displays will
pause and the TIME display will flash. If the button is
held down for two seconds, the displays will be reset.
E. LED MatrixÑWhen the manual mode is selected,
this matrix shows your progress on an LED track.
When a workout program is selected, the matrix
shows upcoming speed or incline changes.
F. MANUAL/Program IndicatorsÑThese indicators
show when the manual mode is selected and when
a workout program is selected.
G. MODE ButtonÑThis button is used to select the
manual mode and workout programs.
H. START ButtonÑThis button starts the walking belt.
I. Key with ClipÑThe key turns the console on and
off. The attached clip is designed to be worn on
your waistband. If the key is pulled from the console, the power will automatically turn off.
J. INCLINE ButtonsÑThese buttons control the incline
of the treadmill. Each time a button is pressed, the
incline will change by 0.5%. The incline range is
1.5% to 10%.
K. INCLINE DisplayÑThis display shows the incline
level of the treadmill. The first indicator will light
when the incline is at 1.5%. The second indicator
will light when the incline is at 2% or 2.5%, the third
indicator will light when the incline is at 3% or 3.5%,
and so on.
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HOW TO USE THE MANUAL MODE
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The LED
TrackÑThe
LED track represents a distance of 1/4
mile. As you
exercise, the
indicators
around the
track will light
one at a time until you have completed 1/4 mile. A
new lap will then begin.
Insert the key into the console.
See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 9.
2 Select the MANUAL mode.
When the key is inserted,
the MANUAL mode will
automatically be selected.
If you have selected a
workout program, you
can select the MANUAL
mode again by pressing the MODE button repeatedly until the MANUAL indicator lights.
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CALS/FAT CALS
displayÑThis display
shows the approximate
numbers of calories and
fat calories you have
burned (see FAT BURNING on page 20). Every seven seconds, the display will change from one number to the other.
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 1.0 mph. Hold
the handrails and carefully begin walking. As
you exercise, change the speed of the walking
belt as desired by pressing the SPEED buttons or
the QUICK SPEED buttons. CAUTION: Change
the speed in small increments to avoid sudden
jumps in speed.
PULSE displayÑThis
display shows your heart
rate when the optional
chest pulse sensor is
used (see page 13).
SPEED/PACE displayÑ
This display shows both
the speed of the walking
belt and your current
pace (pace is measured
in minutes per mile). The
display will alternate between one number and the
other every seven seconds. Note: Each time the
SPEED buttons are pressed, the display will show
the speed setting.
To stop the walking belt for a moment, press the
STOP button. The displays will pause and the
TIME display will begin to flash. To restart the
walking belt, press the START button or the
SPEED + button. Note: To stop the walking belt
and reset all displays, hold down the STOP button
for two seconds.
Note: When one of the SPEED buttons is
pressed, the SPEED/PACE display will show the
selected speed setting for seven seconds. The
display will then show the actual speed of the
walking belt.
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Follow your progress with the LED track and
the LED displays.
How to select miles per
hour or kilometers per
hour: Speed can be displayed in either miles per
hour (mph) or kilometers
per hour (kph). To check
the unit of measurement, first hold down the
STOP button while inserting the key into the console. The SPEED/PACE display will show an ÒE,Ó
for English miles, or an ÒM,Ó for Metric kilometers.
Press the SPEED + button to change the unit of
measurement. Remove and then reinsert the key.
Adjust the incline as desired.
To vary the intensity of
your workout, change the
incline of the treadmill as
desired by pressing the
INCLINE buttons Note:
After the INCLINE buttons are pressed, it may
take a moment for the treadmill to reach the
selected incline setting.
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DISTANCE/LAPS
displayÑThis display
shows both the distance
that the walking belt has
moved and the number of
laps you have completed
(one lap equals 1/4 mile). The display will alternate
between one number and the other every seven
seconds.
HOW TO USE THE SPEED PROGRAMS AND
THE INCLINE PROGRAMS
The three speed programs automatically control the
speed of the treadmill as they guide you through effective workouts; the three incline programs automatically
control the incline of the treadmill.
Follow the steps below to use a speed program or an
incline program.
Note: If the speed is displayed in miles per hour,
the distance will be displayed in miles; if the
speed is displayed in kilometers per hour, the distance will be displayed in kilometers.
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See HOW TO TURN ON THE POWER on page 9.
TIME displayÑThis
display shows the total
time that the walking belt
has been moving. Note:
When a workout program
is selected, this display
will show the time remaining in the program.
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Insert the key into the console.
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Select the desired program.
When the key is inserted,
the MANUAL mode will
be selected. To select a
speed program or an incline program, press the
MODE button repeatedly
until the desired speed or incline program indicator lights. The first thirteen settings of the program
you have selected will appear in the LED matrix (the
function of the LED matrix will be explained later).
When you are finished exercising, stop the
walking belt and remove the key.
Step onto the foot rails and press the STOP button. Next, change the incline of the treadmill to
1.5%. The incline must be at 1.5% when the
treadmill is folded to the storage position or
the treadmill will be damaged. Remove the key
from the console and put it in a secure place.
Finally, move the on/off switch to the off position
and unplug the power cord.
3
Select a maximum speed or incline setting.
If you selected a speed
program: A number will
begin to flash in the
SPEED/PACE display.
This number is the maximum speed that the
walking belt will reach during the program. If you
want to change the maximum speed setting,
press the QUICK SPEED buttons. The maximum
speed setting can be from 4 mph to 10 mph.
Note: The speed range of all speed programs is 3
mph. If the maximum speed setting is 4 mph, the
speed range of the program will be 1 mph to 4
mph; if the maximum speed setting is 10 mph, the
speed range will be 7 mph to 10 mph.
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If you selected an
incline program: The
incline display will flash
to show the maximum
incline level that the
treadmill will reach
during the program. If
you want to change the maximum incline setting,
press the INCLINE buttons. The maximum incline
setting can be from 4% to 10%. Note: The incline
range of all incline programs is 3%. If the maximum incline setting is 4%, the incline range of the
program will be 1% to 4%; if the maximum incline
setting is 10%, the incline range will be 7% to 10%.
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If an incline program is selected, the speed of the
treadmill can be changed during the program with
the SPEED buttons or the QUICK SPEED buttons.
If a speed program is selected, the incline of the
treadmill can be changed with the INCLINE buttons.
The program will continue until the speed or incline setting of the last period is shown in the
CURRENT PERIOD column of the LED matrix
and the TIME display counts down to zero. The
walking belt will then slow to a stop.
If the program is too easy or too difficult, the intensity of the program can be adjusted. If a speed
program is selected, press the SPEED buttons or
the QUICK SPEED buttons to adjust the maximum
speed setting; if an incline program is selected,
press the INCLINE buttons to adjust the maximum
incline setting (see step 3 on page 11).
Press the START button or the SPEED + button
to start the program.
A moment after the button is pressed, the walking
belt will begin to move. (If an incline program is
selected, the treadmill will also adjust to the first
incline setting of the program, unless it is already
at the first setting.) Hold the handrails and carefully
begin walking.
To stop the program for a moment, press the
STOP button. The displays will pause and the
TIME display will begin to flash. To restart the program, press the START button or the SPEED +
button. To end the program at any time, hold down
the STOP button for two seconds. The MANUAL
mode will then be selected.
Each program consists of twenty or thirty, oneminute periods. (The length of the program is
shown in the TIME display.) If a speed program is
selected, one speed setting is programmed for
each period; if an incline program is selected, one
incline setting is programmed for each period. The
speed or
incline settings
CURRENT PERIOD
will be shown
in the LED
matrix. The
speed or incline setting of
the first period
will be shown
in the flashing
CURRENT
PERIOD column. The settings of the next twelve periods will
be shown in the twelve columns to the right.
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Follow your progress with the LED displays.
See step 5 on page 10.
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When you are finished exercising, remove the
key.
Make sure that the incline of the treadmill is at
1.5%. The incline must be at 1.5% when the
treadmill is folded to the storage position or
the treadmill will be damaged. Remove the key
from the console and put it in a secure place. In
addition, move the on/off switch to the off position
and unplug the power cord.
When only three seconds remain in the first period,
both the CURRENT PERIOD column and the
column to the right will flash and three tones will
sound. All speed or incline settings will then move
one column to the left. The setting of the second
period will then be shown in the CURRENT PERIOD column and the treadmill will automatically
adjust to that setting.
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THE INFORMATION MODE
THE OPTIONAL CHEST PULSE SENSOR
An optional chest pulse sensor adds even more features
to the console, allowing you to continuously monitor
your heart rate during your workouts. To purchase the
chest pulse sensor, call toll-free 1-800-274-5473.
The console features an information mode that keeps
track of the total time and distance accumulated on the
treadmill. The information mode also allows you to
switch the console from miles to kilometers.
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:
Chest Pulse Sensor
The DISTANCE/LAPS display
will show the total number of
miles that the walking belt has
moved.
The TIME display will show the
total number of hours that the
treadmill has been used.
The SPEED/PACE display will
show an ÒE,Ó for English miles,
or an ÒM,Ó for Metric kilometers.
The unit of measurement can
be changed by pressing the
SPEED + button.
To exit this 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
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) in order to raise, lower, or move the treadmill. Follow
the steps below to fold the treadmill.
1. Hold the treadmill with your hands in the locations shown
at the right. CAUTION: 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, slide the storage
knob to the right and hold it. Raise the treadmill until the
locking pin is aligned with the hole in the left handrail.
Slowly release the storage knob so that the locking pin
slides into the left handrail. Make sure that the locking
pin is inserted into the left handrail.
Open
Locking
Pin
Storage
Knob
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.
Closed
Handrail
HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL
Before moving the treadmill, convert the treadmill to the storage position as described above. Make sure that the locking pin is inserted into the left handrail.
Book Holder
1. Hold the handrails as shown and place one foot against
the hood only in the location shown. Do not hold or
push on the book holder or it may be damaged.
2. Tilt the treadmill back until it rolls freely on the wheels.
Carefully move the treadmill to the desired location. Never
move the treadmill without tipping it back. 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 base and carefully lower the treadmill until it is resting in the storage position.
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Hood
Base
HOW TO LOWER THE TREADMILL FOR USE
1. Hold the upper end of the treadmill with your right hand as
shown. Using your left hand, slide the storage knob to the
right. Pivot the treadmill down until the frame is past the
left handrail.
Open
Locking
Pin
Storage
Knob
Handrail
2. Hold the treadmill firmly with both hands and lower the
treadmill to the floor. CAUTION: To decrease the possibility of injury, bend your legs and keep your back
straight.
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TROUBLE-SHOOTING
Most treadmill problems can be solved by following the steps below. Find the symptom that applies, and
follow the steps listed. If further assistance is needed, please call our Customer Service Department tollfree at 1-800-999-3756, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Mountain Time (excluding holidays).
PROBLEM: The power does not turn on
SOLUTION: a. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into a surge protector, and that the surge protector is
plugged into a properly grounded outlet. (See HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD on page
7.) Use only a UL-listed surge protector, rated at 15 amps, with a 14-gauge cord of five feet or
less in length.
b. After the power cord has been plugged in, make sure that the key is inserted into the console as
far as it will go.
c. Check the circuit breaker located on the treadmill
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.
c
Tripped
Reset
Tripped
d. Check the on/off switch located on the treadmill
near the power cord. The switch must be in the on
position.
Reset
d
On
Position
PROBLEM: The power turns off during use
SOLUTION: 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. Reinsert the key into the console as far as it will go.
d. Make sure that the on/off switch is in the on position.
e. If the treadmill still will not run, please call our Customer Service Department, toll-free.
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PROBLEM: The walking belt slows when walked on
SOLUTION: a. Use only a UL-listed surge protector, rated at 15 amps, with a 14-gauge cord of five feet or less in
length.
b. If the walking belt is overtightened, treadmill performance may decrease and the walking belt may be
permanently damaged. Remove the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using the 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 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 run the treadmill for a
few minutes. Repeat until the walking belt is properly
tightened.
b
3ÓÐ4Ó
Rear Roller Adjustment Bolts
c. If the walking belt still slows when walked on, please call our Customer Service Department, toll-free.
PROBLEM: The walking belt is off-center
SOLUTION: a. If the walking belt has shifted to the left, first remove
the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using
the allen wrench, turn the left rear roller adjustment
bolt clockwise, and the right bolt counterclockwise,
1/4 of a turn each. 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 has shifted to the right, first remove
the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using
the allen wrench, turn the left rear roller adjustment
bolt counterclockwise, and the right bolt clockwise,
1/4 of a turn each. 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.
a
b
PROBLEM: The walking belt slips when walked on
SOLUTION: a. If the walking belt slips when walked on, first remove
the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using
the allen wrench, turn both rear roller adjustment
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 carefully
walk on the treadmill for a few minutes. Repeat until
the walking belt is properly tightened.
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a
REEBOK UNIVERSITY
WALKING AND REDUCED RISK FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
Reebok University was launched in 1993 to fulfill a
vision to establish a Òuniversity without wallsÓ that
develops quality, researched, state-of-the-art fitness
programming for the fitness industry throughout the
world.
Working with the worldÕs 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 ÒgoldÓ 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.
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 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.
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
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.
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.
On the basis of current research, it seems clear that
walking at a moderate to brisk pace can be an excellent aerobic activity.
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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. ÒCardiovascular effects of walking.Ó
(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. ÒEffects of walking on body composition and cardiovascular function of middle-aged men.Ó
Journal of Applied Physiology, 1971, 30:126Ð130.
3. Duncan, J., Gordon, N., et. al. ÒWomen walking for health and fitness. How much is enough?Ó Journal of the American Medical
Association, 1991, 266(23):3295Ð9.
4. Paffenbarger, R., Hyde, R., et.al. ÒPhysical activity, all-cause
mortality and longevity of college alumni.Ó New England Journal
of Medicine, 1986, 314:605Ð613.
5. ÒBetter walking workouts.Ó University of California at Berkeley
Wellness Letter, 1992, 8(12):4Ð5.
6. Fradin, K. Grimby, G., et. al. ÒWalking habits and health-related
factors in a 70-year-old population,Ó Gerontology, 1991,
37(5):281Ð8.
7. Jones, P., Hardman, A., et. al. ÒInfluence of brisk walking on the
broadband ultrasonic attenuation of the calcaneus in previously
sedentary women aged 30Ð61 years.Ó Calcified Tissue
International, 1991, 49(2):112Ð5.
8. Blair, S., Collingwood, T., et. al. ÒHealth Promotion for Educators:
Impact on Health Behaviors, Satisfaction, and General WellBeing,Ó American Journal of Public Health, 1984, 74:147Ð49.
9. Cramer, S., Nieman D., et. al. ÒThe effects of moderate exercise
training on psychological well-being and mood state in women.Ó
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1991, 35(4Ð5):437Ð49.
10. Carroll, J., Pollack, M., et. al. ÒIncidence of injury during moderate and high intensity walking in the elderly.Ó Journal of
Gerontology, 1992, 47(3):M61Ð6.
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
Fat Burning
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.
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.
The following guidelines will help you to plan your exercise program. RememberÑthese are general guidelines only. For more detailed exercise information, obtain a reputable book or consult your physician.
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.
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.
Aerobic Exercise
If your goal is to strengthen your cardiovascular system, your exercise must be Òaerobic.Ó 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:
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 Òtraining zone.Ó The lower two numbers are recommended
heart rates for fat burning; the higher number is the
recommended heart rate for aerobic exercise.
A Warm-upÑStart 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 ExerciseÑAfter warming up, increase
the intensity of your exercise until your heart rate is in
your training zone for 20 to 60 minutes. (During the
first few weeks of your exercise program, do not keep
your heart rate in your training zone for longer than 20
minutes.) Breathe regularly and deeply as you exerciseÑnever hold your breath.
To measure your
heart rate, stop
exercising and
place two fingers on
your wrist as shown.
Take a six-second
heartbeat count,
and multiply the
result by ten to find
your heart rate.
(A six-second count is used because your heart rate
drops quickly when you stop exercising.) If your heart
rate is too high or too low, adjust the speed or incline
of the treadmill accordingly.
A Cool-downÑFinish 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.
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SUGGESTED STRETCHES
The correct form for several basic stretches is shown at the right. Move slowly as you stretchÑnever bounce.
1. Toe Touch Stretch
Stand with your knees bent slightly and slowly bend forward
from your hips. Allow your back and shoulders to relax as you
reach down toward your toes as far as possible. Hold for 15
counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times. Stretches: Hamstrings,
back of knees and back.
1
2. Hamstring Stretch
Sit with one leg extended. Bring the sole of the opposite foot
toward you and rest it against the inner thigh of your extended
leg. Reach toward your toes as far as possible. Hold for 15
counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times for each leg. Stretches:
Hamstrings, lower back and groin.
2
3. Calf/Achilles Stretch
With one leg in front of the other, reach forward and place your
hands against a wall. Keep your back leg straight and your
back foot flat on the floor. Bend your front leg, lean forward and
move your hips toward the wall. Hold for 15 counts, then relax.
Repeat 3 times for each leg. To cause further stretching of the
achilles tendons, bend your back leg as well. Stretches:
Calves, achilles tendons and ankles.
3
4
4. Quadriceps Stretch
With one hand against a wall for balance, reach back and
grasp one foot with your other hand. Bring your heel as close
to your buttocks as possible. Hold for 15 counts, then relax.
Repeat 3 times for each leg. Stretches: Quadriceps and hip
muscles.
5. Inner Thigh Stretch
Sit with the soles of your feet together and your knees outward.
Pull your feet toward your groin area as far as possible. Hold
for 15 counts, then relax. Repeat 3 times. Stretches:
Quadriceps and hip muscles.
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PART LISTÑMODEL NO. RBTL11981
R0699A
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
14
15
16
17
18
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20
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1
1
1
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1
8
2
2
8
4
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
4
12
1
1
1
1
1
29
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Key No. Qty.
Foot Rail
Front Roller Nut
Front Left Endcap
Key/Clip
Frame Pivot Spacer
Front Roller/Pulley
Platform Screw
Belt Guide
Caution Decal
Isolator Spacer Screw
Isolator
Isolator Spacer
Walking Belt
Walking Platform
Storage Knob Screw
Storage Knob Shaft
Storage Pin
Spring
Spring Clip Screw
Storage Knob
Frame
Rear Roller Adj. Screw
Roller Adj. Washer
Right Rear Endcap
8Ó Cable Tie
Reading Rack
Releasable Wire Tie
Sensor Foam
Tie Clamp
Belly Pan
Latch Decal
Rear Wheel
Platform Screw (Front)
Rear Wheel Bolt/Frame Bolt
Belly Pan Fastener
Front Right Endcap
Ground Screw
Ground Wire
Upright/Base
Left Foam Grip
Screw
Left Pulse Pad
Right Pulse Pad
Console Base (top)
Motor Belt (bottom)
Console Base
Motor Tension Bolt
Pulse Receiver Bracket
Small Bolt
Star Washer
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58*
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73**
74
75
76
77
78
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80
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82
83
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86
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89
90
91
92
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94
95
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99
100
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1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
1
1
37
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
6
4
2
1
1
6
1
2
4
1
Description
Optic Switch
Small Nut
Right Foam Grip
Rear Roller
Pulley/Flywheel/Fan
Motor
Wheel Bushing
Motor/Pulley/Flywheel/Fan
Optic Disc
Sensor Wire
Hood Fastener
Motor Hood
Controller
Electronics Screw
Power Supply
Plastic Stand-Off
Hood Bracket
Electronics Bracket
Hood Support Bracket
Motor Adj. Bolt
Lift Frame
Small Hood Bracket
Optional Chest Pulse Sensor
Upright Grommet
Pulse Receiver
Optic Switch Bracket
Motor Nut
Incline Motor Bolt
Front Roller Adj. Bolt
Allen Wrench
Reed Switch
Incline Motor
Front Belly Pan
Power Cord
On/Off Switch
Circuit Breaker
Power Cord Grommet
Incline Motor Shield
Front Wheel Bolt
Front Wheel
Bumper Screw
Bumper
Grommet
Wire Harness
Shock
Wheel Nut
Motor Tension Nut
Upright Endcap
Upright Endcap Screw
Left Rear Endcap
Key No. Qty.
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
#
#
#
#
#
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Key No. Qty.
Nylon Washer
Incline Spacer
Console
Motor Tension Washer
Motor Star Washer
Motor Pivot Bolt
8Ó Wire Harness
Hood Fastener
Storage Latch Insert
8Ó Blue Wire, 2 F
8Ó Blue Wire, M/F
14Ó White Wire, 2 F
8Ó White Wire, M/F
8Ó Red Wire, M/F
#
#
#
#
#
1
1
1
1
1
Description
9Ó Black Wire M/F
4Ó Black Wire , 2 F
8Ó Green Wire, F/Ring
20Ó Wire Harness
User's Manual
* Includes all parts shown in the box
# These parts are not illustrated
**For more information about the optional chest pulse
sensor, see page 15
Specifications are subject to change without notice
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 (RBTL11981)
¥ The NAME of the product (REEBOK¨ ACD1 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 pages 22 and 23 and the
EXPLODED DRAWING attached in the center of this manual).
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29
64
27
22
23
100
41
25
41
22
23
34
16
24
7
10
15
21
20
35
41
19
18
17
1
31
11
12
41
30
35
14
12
10
41
96
54
33
7
64
8
11
3
32
9
35
34
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38
34
35
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EXPLODED DRAWINGÑMODEL NO. RBTL11981
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R0699A
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11
12
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5
9
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41
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36
4
40
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28
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48
107
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99
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90
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EXPLODED DRAWINGÑMODEL NO. RBTL11981
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64
72
93
108
67
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64
52
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59
51
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81
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61
R0699A
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LIMITED WARRANTY
WHAT IS COVEREDÑThe entire REEBOK¨ ACD1 (ÒProductÓ) is warranted to be free of all defects in material and workmanship.
WHO IS COVEREDÑThe original purchaser or any person receiving the Product as a gift from the original purchaser.
HOW LONG IS IT COVEREDÑICON Health & Fitness, Inc. (ÒICONÓ), warrants the hood, covers, belly pan, and decals for
six months after the date of purchase. The motor is covered for three 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 DEFECTSÑWe 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 COVEREDÑAny 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 UserÕs Manual (ÒManualÓ).
WHAT YOU MUST DOÑAlways 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.
USERÕS MANUALÑIt 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 SERVICEÑSimply 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
REEBOK and the Vector Logo
are registered trademarks and service marks of Reebok. This product is
manufactured and distributed under license from Reebok International.
Part No. 154553 J01604-C R0699A
Printed in USA © 1999 ICON Health & Fitness, Inc.
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