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20 Series Recumbent Bike
Assembly Manual
Nautilus® Bowflex® Schwinn® Fitness Pearl Izumi® StairMaster® Universal® Nautilus Institute®
001-7214-010808A
Table of Contents
Product Specifications.........................................................................2
Safety Warnings.....................................................................................3
Exploded Drawing..................................................................................4
Parts List..................................................................................................5
Hardware Guide.....................................................................................6
Assembly Steps......................................................................................8
Contact Information...............................................................................15
Product Specifications
Dimensions
xx” L xx” W x xx” H (xxcm x xxcm x xxcm)
Assembled Unit Weight
73 lbs (33.2 kg)
Packaged Shipping weight
81.4 lbs (37 kg)
Workout Area
xx” L x xx” W (xxcm x xxcm)
Maximum User Weight
275 lbs (125 kg)
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Safety Warnings
This icon means a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Before using this equipment, obey the following warnings:
Read and understand the complete Owner's Manual.
Read and understand all Warnings on this machine.
•
Keep children away from this machine. Watch them closely when near the machine. Moving parts that appear
dangerous to adults may not appear so to children.
•
Consult a physician before starting an exercise program. Stop exercising if you feel pain or tightness in your chest,
become short of breath, or feel faint. Contact your doctor before using the machine again.
•
Examine this machine for loose parts or signs of wear. Pay special attention to the seat, pedals, and crank arms.
Contact Nautilus Customer Service for repair information. Use only genuine Schwinn® replacement parts supplied by
Nautilus.
•
This exercise machine is for consumer users only.
•
Set up and operate this exercise machine on a solid level surface.
•
Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. This machine contains moving parts.
•
Maximum user weight limit: 275 lb. (125 kg). Do not use if you are over this weight
•
Stabilize the pedals before stepping on them and use caution when stepping off the machine.
•
Keep at least 19.7 inches (0.5 m) on each side of the machine clear. This is the recommended safe distance for access
and passage around and emergency dismounts from the machine.
•
Warn bystanders to keep a safe distance, at least 3 feet (1 m). Do not allow anyone to touch the operator while the
machine is in motion.
•
Keep the foot pedals clean and dry.
•
Do not over exert yourself during exercise. Operate the machine in the manner described in this manual.
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Exploded Drawing
8
10
28
7
22
27
16
12
32
31
1
20
24 9
2
20
13
26
17
6
25
29
14
30
23
5
15
11
19
22
4
23
16
18
17
3
16
16
Note: Some component images are for general
reference only and may not represent the actual shape
or detail of the part. Assembly is unaffected.
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Parts List
PARTS LIST
Ref.
Description
Qty
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Main Frame
1
Front Stabilizer
1
Rear Stabilizer
1
Saddle Support Frame
1
Rail Tube
1
Handlebar 1
Saddle
1
Back Cushion
1
Pulse Wire Connector
1
Console (Computer)
1
Left Pedal
1
Right Pedal
1
Carriage Bolt M10 x 70mm
2
Acorn Nut M10
2
Arc Washer ID 10.5; OD 25mm; T 1.5mm
2
Hex Screw M8 x 15mm
16
Flat Washer ID 8.4mm; OD 25mm; T 1.5mm
14
Limit Rubber Pad
2
Crank
1
Phillips Screw M6 x 35mm
8
Not Used
Lower Pulse Wire (Contact Heart Rate wire)
1
Middle Pulse Wire (Contact Heart Rate wire)
1
Lower Computer Wire
1
Handlebar Wire Connector (CHR Electrode cable)
1
Hex Screw M8 x 10mm
4
Computer Wire Connector
1
Flat Head Phillips Screw M5 x 10mm
4
Adjustment Handlebar
1
Screw M5 x 10mm
1
Front Post
1
Arc Washer ID 8.5; OD 22mm; T 1.5mm
4
If you are missing items or have damaged components, please contact 800-NAUTILUS (628-8458) for replacements.
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Hardware Guide
Ref.
DescriptionQty
13
Carriage Bolt M10 x 70mm
2pcs
14
Acorn Nut M10 2pcs
15
Arc Washer ID 10.5mm; OD 25mm; T 1.5mm
2 pcs
16
Hex Screw M8 x 15mm
16pcs
17
Flat Washer ID 8.4mm; OD 16mm; T 1.5mm
14pcs
18
Limit Rubber Pad
2pcs
20
Phillips Head Screw M6 x 35mm
8pcs
26
Hex Screw M8 x 10mm
4pcs
30
Screw M5 x 10mm 1pc
32
Arc Washer ID 8.5mm; OD 22mm; T 1.5mm
4 pcs
Tools required
Hex Key L 6mm
1pc
Open End Wrench 15mm
1pc
Box Wrench 17mm x 13mm
1pc
You will also need the following tool (not provided):
Phillips screwdriver
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Assembly
Basic Assembly Principles
Here are a few basic tips that will aid in the assembly process. By using these principles, you can simplify each
process and save yourself extra time and effort.
1. To make the assembly process go faster, gather the pieces you need for each step and thoroughly read the
assembly instructions for that step prior to starting assembly for the step.
2. When attaching two pieces, gently lift and look through the bolt holes to help guide the bolt through the holes.
3. As a general rule, and for all bolts and nuts, turn bolts or nuts toward the right (clockwise) to tighten and left
(counterclockwise) to loosen.
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Assembly Steps
Step 1: Install Front Stabilizers
1-1: Install Front Stabilizer (2) to Main Frame (1) using 2
Carriage Bolts (13), 2 Arc Washers (15), and 2 Acorn
Nuts (14) as indicated (Figure 1).
Parts:
• #2 - Front Stabilizer (Qty 1)
• #1 - Main Frame (Qty 1)
• #13 - Carriage Bolts (Qty 2)
• #15 - Arc Washers (Qty 2)
• #14 - Acorn Nut (Qty 2)
Note: Position Front Stabilizer so arrow on decal is
pointing upwards (Figure 1A).
Tools:
• Wrench
2
13
1
14
15
Figure 1
2
UP
Sticker
Figure 1A
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Step 2: Assemble Saddle Support
2-1: Slide Saddle Support Frame (4) onto Rail Tube (5) as
shown in Figure 2. The wires from the Rail Tube pass
through the Saddle Support Frame.
Parts:
• #4 - Saddle Support Frame (Qty 1)
• #5 - Rail Tube (Qty 1)
Note: Do not cut or pinch the wires.
4
5
Figure 2
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Step 3: Install Rail Tube Assembly to Main Frame
3-1: Connect the Lower Pulse Wire (22) to the Middle Pulse
Wire (23) as shown in Figure 3A.
Parts:
• Main Frame Assembly (#1) from Step 1
• Rail Tube Assembly (#5) from Step 2
• #16 - Hex Screw (Qty 6)
• #17 - Flat Washer (Qty 6)
• #18 - Limit Rubber Pad (Qty 2)
• #22 - Lower Pulse Wire (Qty 1)
• #23 - Middle Pulse Wire (Qty 1)
3-2: S
lide the Rail Tube Assembly (5) onto the Main Frame
(1) and attach using 6 Hex Screws (16) and 6 Flat
Washers (17) as shown in Figure 3.
Note: M
ake sure to push Lower Pulse Wire (22) and
the Middle Pulse Wire (23) into the Main Frame
(1) connection bracket. Ensure the wires will
not be pinched or severed when assembling
the Rail Tube Assembly (5) to the Main Frame
(1).
Tools:
• Hex key L6
• Phillips screwdriver
3-3: A
ttach the 2 Limit Rubber Pads using 2 Hex Screws
(16). Do not overtighten screws.
22
23
Figure 3A
1
22
23
16
17
Figure 3
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16
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Step 4: Attach Rear Stabilizer Bar
4-1: Attach the Rear Stabilizer Bar (3) to the Rail Tube (5)
using 4 Hex Screws (16) and 4 Flat Washers (17).
Parts:
• #3 - Rear Stabilizer Bar (Qty 1)
• #5 - Rail Tube Assembly (Qty 1)
• #16 - Hex Screw (Qty 4)
• #17 - Flat Washer (Qty 4)
Note: M
ake sure the Rear Stabilizer Bar (3) is
oriented as illustrated, with the bend in the
bar facing forward.
Tools:
• Hex key L6
5
17
16
3
Figure 4
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Assembly Steps
Step 5: Attach Handlebar to Saddle Support Frame
Parts:
5-1: Attach the Handlebar (6) to Saddle Support Frame
(4) using 4 Hex Screws (26) and 4 Flat Washers (17)
as shown in Figure 5.
• #4 - Saddle Support Frame (Qty 1)
• #6 - Handlebar (Qty 1)
• #17 - Flat Washer (Qty 4)
• #26 - Hex Screws (Qty 4)
• #23 - Middle Pulse Wire (Qty 1)
• #25 - Handlebar Wire Connector (Qty 1)
5-2: C
onnect Handlebar Wire Connector (25) to Middle
Pulse Wire (23) as shown in Figure 5A. Do not
pinch the Handlebar Wire Connector (25) during
assembly
Tools:
• Hex key L6
6
Figure 5
26
17
25
4
23
25
Figure 5A
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Step 6: Attach Cushions
6-1: Install Saddle (7) and Back Cushion (8) onto the
Saddle Support Frame (4) using 8 Phillips Screws
(20). Insert the Phillips Screws through the screw
holes in the Saddle Support Frame first when
attaching the Saddle and Back Cushion.
Parts:
• #4 - Support Frame (Qty 1)
• #7 - Saddle (Qty 1)
• #8 - Back Cushion (Qty 1)
• #20 - Phillips Screw (Qty 8)
Note: T here are two groups of mounting holes
on the Back Cushion (8) so that you may
adjust the height of the back support to your
preference.
Tools:
• Phillips Screw Driver
8
7
20
4
Figure 6
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Assembly Steps
Step 7: Mount the Console
Parts:
7-1: Feed Lower Pulse Wire (22) and Lower Computer
Wire (24) through the Front Post (31).
• #22 - Lower Pulse Wire (Qty 1)
• #24 - Lower Computer Wire (Qty 1)
• #31 - Front Post (Qty 1)
• #10 - Console (Qty 1)
• #9 - Pulse Wire Connector (Qty 1)
• #27 - Computer Wire Connector (Qty 1)
• #32 - Arc Washer (Qty 4)
• #16 - Hex Screw (Qty 4)
• #28 - Flat Head Phillips Screw (Qty 4)
7-2: I nstall the Front Post (31) onto the Main Frame (1),
using 4 Hex Screws (16) and 4 Arc Washers (32).
7-3: C
onnect Lower Pulse Wire (22) to the Pulse Wire
Connector (9), and the Lower Computer Wire (24) to
the Computer Wire Connector (27).
Note: P
ush the wires gently into the Front Post.
Do not cut or pinch the wires.
7-4: I nstall the Console (10) to Front Post (31) using 4
Flat Head Phillips Screws (28) as shown in Figure
7A.
Tools:
• Hex key L6
28
22
32
10
16
10
22
24
27
31
9
9
27
24
1
28
Figure 7A
Figure 7
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Step 8: Install Adjustment Handle
8-1: Insert the Adjustment Handle (29) into the handle
mount (see Detail A). Finish install by tightening
Screw (30).
Parts:
• #29 - Adjustment Handle (Qty 1)
• #30 - Screw (Qty 1)
Note: Do not overtighten and strip the threads on
the screw (30).
8-2: Remove cam retainer by cutting tie strap, and discard. See Figure 8A.
29
Handle
mount
29
A
Detail A
30
Figure 8
29
(side view)
Cam retainer
Figure 8A
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Step 9: Install Pedals
9-1: Install the Left Pedal (11) to Left Crank (19). Install
Right Pedal (12) to the Right Crank.
Parts:
• #11 - Left Pedal (Qty 1)
• #12 - Right Pedal (Qty 1)
• Batteries
Note: T he Left Pedal has a left handed thread
and screws into the Left Crank counterclockwise.
Tools:
9-2: I nsert 4 C batteries into the back of the console as
shown by the diagram in battery bay.
• Wrench L15
12
19
19
11
Figure 9
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Step 10: Final Inspection
10-1: Tighten all hardware.
10-2: Read warnings on machine.
Please read and refer to the Owner’s Manual for:
•
Operating Instructions
•
Maintenance Instructions
•
Warranty Information.
Failure to visually check and test assembly before use can cause damage to the equipment.
It can also cause serious injury to users and bystanders.
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Contact Information
UNITED STATES OFFICES:
INTERNATIONAL OFFICES:
E-mail: customerservice@nautilus.com
For technical assistance and a list of distributors in your
area, please call or fax one of the following numbers.
TECHNICAL/CUSTOMER SERVICE
Phone: 800-NAUTILUS (800-628-8458)
Fax: (877) 686-6466
E-mail: cstech@nautilus.com
INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE
Nautilus International S.A.
Rue Jean Prouvé
1762 Givisiez / Switzerland
Tel: (41) (26) 460 77 77
Fax: (41) (26) 460 77 70
E-mail: technics@nautilus.com
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
Nautilus, Inc.
World Headquarters
16400 SE Nautilus Drive
Vancouver, Washington, USA 98683
Phone: (800) NAUTILUS (800) 628-8458
GERMANY and AUSTRIA
Nautilus Deutschland GmbH
Albin-Köbis-Str. 4
51147 Köln
Tel.: (49) 02203 2020 0
Fax: (49) 02203 2020 45 45
CANADA OFFICE:
Nautilus Fitness Canada, Inc.
925 Keewatin Street
Winnipeg, MB, Canada R2X 2X4
Phone: (866) 381-5996
Fax: (800) 532-6934
E-mail: nfcpartsandservice@nautilus.com
ITALY
Nautilus Italy S.r.l., Via della Mercanzia, 103
40050 Funo di Argelato - Bologna
Tel: (39) 051 664 6201
Fax: (39) 051 664 7461
SwITZERLAND
Nautilus Switzerland SA
Rue Jean-Prouvé 6,
CH-1762 Givisiez
Tel: (41) 026 460 77 66
Fax: (41) 026 460 77 60
United Kingdom
Nautilus UK Ltd
Nautilus UK, 4 Vincent Avenue,
Crownhill, Milton Keynes, Bucks, MK8 0AB
Tel: (44) 1908 267 345
Fax: (44) 1908 567 346
chinA
Nautilus Representative Office
Nautilus, Shanghai, 7A No.728, Yan’an Rd(West)
200050 Shanghai, China
Tel: (86) 21 523 707 00
Fax: (86) 21 523 707 09
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