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PRECAUTIONS WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the following important precautions before using the Running Machine. 1. Read all instructions in this 5. Keep children away from the instruction book before using the Running Machine at all times. Running Machine. Use the Running Machine only in the way described in 6. Wear appropriate clothing and this instruction book. athletic shoes when exercising; do not wear loose clothing or jewellery 2. It is the responsibility of the owner to when exercising. ensure that all users are adequately informed of all precautions. 7. If you feel pain or dizziness while exercising, stop immediately and cool 3. Use the Running Machine indoors on down. a level surface. 8. The Running Machine is intended for 4. The safety level of the Running home use only. Machine can be maintained only if it is examined regularly for damage 9. The Running Machine is not intended and wear. Replace defective for therapeutic purposes. components immediately. If there are any defective components, do not 10. Before switching on, make sure that use the Running Machine. the voltage of your electricity supply is the same as that indicated on the rating plate. WARNING: Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your doctor. This is especially important for people over the age of 35 or those with pre-existing health problems. Read all instructions before using the Running Machine. 2 4 Locking bolt ( x 4 ) 3. 5. Belt tension key Safety key 2. 4. Main body ( in it’s storage position) Pulse monitor 1. 0 . 12 L O TR UR NE N r HO CO pe ZO E D S NC EE ETER MA SP OM (KPH) OR RF KIL /PE BIC RO AE NE ZO ING 0.0 RN BU FAT NE ZO UP RM D P EE WA O SP ST E CE AN TIM ST DI S RIE RT LO TA CA E/S E OD T: TH TM RN E SE . LS AR ON TU RE H TO PU KEY ST S T ITC ON ON SE SW TT K TT in TY ER T BU BU g- FE UIC W N Plu Q PO AR . W SA ST ON DO lse RN E D D. Pu TU TH PLAY AN EE 1. SH UP E SP PU D DIS E TH 5 2. LC S TH ST ES JU PR AD 3. TO ER NN RU ILL DM ER TR EA W D IZE PO OR OT M 3 4 2 1 PARTS LIST ASSEMBLY STEP 1 OF 4 THE MAIN BODY FIG 1 QUICK STAR 2. 1. TUR N PO T: PUS LCD H THE W ER SW 3. DISPL STA ITCH PRE AY RT O N. TO SS O N. BUT ADJ THE TO N UST UP THE AND TO SPE DO W TUR ED. N BUT N THE TO NS DISTANC E MO PO W CALORIE S SPEED TO RI ZED ER Pulse Plug-in PULSE 0.0 TRE AD M RUN TIME I LL N ER SPE KILO ED CON SET METERS SAFE TRO (KPH per HOU L TY KE RESET MOD WARM ) R Y E/START UP ZONE FAT BURN 12.0 ING ZONE AERO BIC/P ERFO STOP RMANCE ZONE 1. Open the box and remove all packing material. Lay the main body out on the floor as shown (fig 1). 5 ASSEMBLY STEP 2 OF 4 OPENING THE RUNNING MACHINE FIG 2 QUICK START: 1. TU R N PO W ER 2. PU SH SW I H TC O N . LC D D I TH E STA R T B SPLAY O U TTO N DISTANCE 0.0 3. PR ESS N. TO TU R N TH E SPEED TO A D JU TH E U P A N D SPEED KILOMETERS CONTROL ST TH E DO SPEED . W N B U TTO N S CALORIES per HOUR TIME (KPH) 12.0 Pulse Plug-in PULSE WARM UP ZONE FAT BURNING ZONE PO W ER SET SAFETY KEY RESET MODE/STAR AEROBIC/PERF ORMANCE M O TO R I ZED TR EA D M I R U N N ER LL T ZONE STOP Handlebar supports 1. With assistance, lift the handle bar supports (fig 2). 2. Get somebody to hold the handle bar supports in place while you carry out the next step. 6 ASSEMBLY STEP 3 OF 4 FITTING THE LOCKING BOLTS FIG 3 QUICK START: 1. TU R N PO W ER 2. PU SH SW I H TC O N . LC D D I TH E STA R T B SPLAY O U TTO N DISTANCE 0.0 3. PR ESS N. TO TU R N TH E SPEED TO A D JU TH E U P A N D SPEED KILOMETERS CONTROL ST TH E D SPEED O W N B U TTO N . S CALORIES per HOUR TIME (KPH) 12.0 Pulse Plug-in PULSE WARM UP ZONE FAT BURNING ZONE PO W ER SET SAFETY KEY RESET MODE/START AEROBIC/PERFO RMANCE ZONE M O TO R I ZED TR EA D M I R U N N ER LL STOP Locking bolt Locking bolt 1. Secure the handle bar supports into place using the 4 locking bolts provided, 2 on each side. 7 ASSEMBLY STEP 4 OF 4 COMPLETED UNIT FIG 4 QUICK START: 1. TU R N PO W ER 2. PU SH SW I H TC O N . LC D D I TH E STA R T B SPLAY O U TTO N DISTANCE 0.0 3. PR ESS N. TO TU R N TH E SPEED TO A D JU TH E U P A N D SPEED KILOMETERS CONTROL ST TH E DO SPEED . W N B U TTO N S CALORIES per HOUR TIME (KPH) 12.0 Pulse Plug-in PULSE WARM UP ZONE FAT BURNING ZONE PO W ER SET SAFETY KEY RESET MODE/START AEROBIC/PERFOR MANCE ZONE M O TO R I ZED TR EA D M I R U N N ER LL STOP 1. Adjust the angle of the monitor to suit BATTERIES your requirements. 1. Remove the battery compartment Note: make sure that all locking bolts cover on the back of the monitor. are secure. 2. Insert 2 new (AA size) batteries into the battery holder and replace the battery compartment cover. 8 OPERATION SWITCHING ON/OFF FIG 5 1. Insert the mains lead into the main body as shown (fig 5). Plug the other end into the mains power supply. 2. Press the mains switch to the ON position, an indicator light on the switch will light up when the switch is ON. Mains Note: Next to the mains switch switch there is a reset switch, this will Mains lead ‘trip’ if the belt gets jammed or there is a power surge. To reset the switch simply push the switch in. BASIC OPERATION FIG 6 1. Insert the safety key into the monitor as shown (fig 6). NTROL UR D CO per HO 12.0 SPEE METERS PH) LO (K NE KI E ZO MANC RFOR BIC/PE 0.0 AERO ZONE RNING FAT BU 2. Stand on the treadmill and slowly D NE SPEE UP ZO WARM DIST ANCE TIME STOP adjust the speed using the speed RIES CALO RT: TH E RT K STA ON . TU R N /STA TC H MODE QUIC N PO W ER SW A R T B.U TTO N B U TTO N S N TO E SET PULS I RE Y TU R ST O N W g-in SET TY KE SAFE TH E LAY DO 1. N D EE D . Plu PU SH D I Pulse control buttons to the required level. SP PA 2. LC D E U E SP S TH ST TH PR ES D JU 3. TO A N ER RUN ER DM LL I PO W EA ZE D TR TO RI MO 9 MONITOR FIG 7 Distance counter Speed display Timer Calorie counter Stop button QUICK START: 0.0 SPEED CONTROL 12.0 KILOMETERS per HOUR DISTANCE SPEED (KPH) TC 1. TU R N PO W ER SW I H O N . 2. PU SH TH E STA R T B U TTO N TO TU R N TH E SPLAY O N . LC D D I 3. PR ESS TH E U P A N D D O W N B U TTO N S CALORIES TIME TO A D JU ST TH E SPEED . WARM UP ZONE FAT BURNING ZONE AEROBIC/PERFORMANCE ZONE PULSE Pulse Plug-in SET RESET MODE/START SAFETY KEY STOP PO W ER R U N N ER Speed Pulse display M O TO R I ZED TR EA D M I LL control Mode / Start Reset Set FUNCTION BUTTONS Mode: To select the mode required KILOMETERS TO MILES when the running machine is in To change the display from stop mode. kilometers to miles, press and hold the Mode and Set buttons for 2 Set: To set the selected (flashing) seconds. mode to a specific value. The current setting is indicated by a Reset: Press the Reset button briefly to small black triangle in the speed and reset the selected mode, press distance displays. and hold for 2 seconds to reset all of the modes. Stop: Press the Stop button to stop the running machine. Speed control: Use these buttons to adjust the speed of the running machine. 10 MONITOR HOW TO PRESET VALUES MONITOR DISPLAYS 1. Press the Stop button to stop the TIMER running machine. Count Up The computer starts counting up from 00:00 2. Press the Mode button to select the during training. mode you want to preset, the Count Down The computer will selected mode will flash. count down from the preset time to 00:00. 3. Press the Set button to set the display to the required value. SPEED DISPLAY 4. To begin exercising use the speed Displays the current control button to start the running SPEED in kph or miles. machine. DISTANCE COUNTER Count Up The computer accumulates total workout distance during training. Count Down The computer will count down from the preset distance to 0.00. CALORIE COUNTER Count Up The computer accumulates the calorie consuption during training. Count Down The computer will count down from the preset calories to 0. PULSE DISPLAY Displays your current pulse rate in BPM (see page 12 for more details). 11 PULSE SENSOR The pulse sensor is not a medical device. Several things, including user movement, may affect the accuracy of the sensor. The pulse sensor is intended only as an exercise aid in determining general heart rate trends. QUICK START: 0.0 SPEED CONTROL 12.0 KILOMETERS per HOUR DISTANCE SPEED (KPH) TC 1. TU R N PO W ER SW I H O N . 2. PU SH TH E STA R T B U TTO N TO TU R N TH E SPLAY O N . LC D D I 3. PR ESS TH E U P A N D D O W N B U TTO N S CALORIES TIME TO A D JU ST TH E SPEED . WARM UP ZONE FAT BURNING ZONE AEROBIC/PERFORMANCE ZONE PULSE Pulse Plug-in SET RESET MODE/START SAFETY KEY STOP PO W ER R U N N ER ZED TR EA D M I M O TO R I LL FIG 8 Connect the 3.5mm plug on the pulse sensor to the monitor (fig 8) and clip the sensor to your ear lobe (fig 9). FIG 9 12 ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTING THE INCLINE FIG 10 1. The running machine can be set to one of three height levels by rotating the rear feet. Level 1 2. On the top of the feet there are small bumps used to indicate the height setting. 3. Make sure that both feet are set to the same level. Level 2 Level 3 ADJUSTING THE BELT 1. If the belt tends to slide to the right, FIG 11 tighten the right tension bolt by 1/4 of a turn. 2. If the belt tends to slide to the left, tighten the left tension bolt by 1/4 of a turn. 3. If the belt seems slack, tighten both Right tension bolts by 1/4 of a turn. tension bolt 4. If the belt seems tight, loosen both tension bolts by 1/4 of a turn. Left Belt tension Note: retest the running machine tension key after each 1/4 of a turn. bolt 13 CONDITIONING GUIDELINES The following guidelines will help you to plan your exercise program. Remember that proper nutrition and adequate rest are essential for successful results. WARNING: Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your doctor. This is especially important for people over the age of 35 or those with pre-existing health problems. WHY EXERCISE? Exercise has been proven essential for good health and general well-being. Regular exercise will : • Relieve tension and stress • Provide enjoyment and fun • Stimulate the mind • Help maintain stable weight • Control appetite • Boost self-image • Improve muscle tone and strength • Improve flexibility • Lower blood pressure • Relieve insomnia TARGET HEART RATE TRAINING ZONE AGE MIN-MAX (BPM) HOW TO TAKE YOUR PULSE The most common place to measure 20 133 -167 your pulse is the artery on the thumb- 25 132 -166 side of the wrist. 30 130 -164 Touch this area lightly until you feel your pulse/heart beat. Count the 35 129 -162 number of heart beats for 10 40 127 -161 seconds and multiply by 6. 45 125 -159 50 124 -156 55 122 -155 60 121 -153 65 119-151 Note: This is a guide only and 70 118-150 performance will depend on 75 117-147 the fitness and condition 80 115-146 (health) of the person using the exercise equipment. 85 114-144 14 14 BEGINNERS GUIDE If you’re beginning an exercise HOW TO BEGIN program, you should check with your Whatever your level of fitness you doctor if: should be able to build up to running continuously for 25 minutes in the You have been diagnosed with heart space of twelve weeks. Make a problems, high blood pressure or commitment to run at least three other medical conditions. times a week following this simple run/walk programme which will You have not exercised for over a gradually ease you towards the goal. year. Run for 1 minute, walk for 90 If you are over 35 and do not Week 1 seconds. Repeat 8 times. currently exercise. Run for 2 minutes, walk for 1 Week 2 minute. Repeat 8 times. You are pregnant. Run for 3 minutes, walk for 1 Week 3 minute. Repeat 6 times. You have diabetes. Run for 5 minutes, walk for 2 Week 4+5 minutes. Repeat 4 times. You have chest pain, or experience Run for 8 minutes, walk for 2 dizziness or fainting spells. Week 6+7 minutes. Repeat 3 times. Run for 8 minutes, walk for 1 You are recovering from an injury or Week 8+9 minute. Repeat 3 times. illness. Run for 12 minutes, walk for 1 Week 10+11 minute. Repeat twice. WORK-OUT TIPS Week 12 Run for 25 minutes continuously Always perform stretching exercises both before and after your work-out. After each session walk for five Start slowly, doing too much too soon minutes to cool down and stretch can lead to injuries. gently for another five minutes. Don’t worry about speed or distance, time If you are sore or tired, give yourself on your feet is your only concern. a few extra days to recover. How hard should you work? When exercising, you should try to stay within your target heart rate (THR) zone. The table on the next page will tell you the THR for your age. This is only a guide and will depend on the fitness and condition (health) of the person using the exercise equipment. Always be aware of how you feel when you exercise. If you feel dizzy or light- headed, stop immediately and rest. If you’re not breaking a sweat, speed it up! 15 SPECIFICATIONS Dimensions (L x W x H) Folded 1420mm x 708mm x 1140mm Open 1250mm x 708mm x 290mm Net Weight 48kg Motor 2.5HP Walking surface area 902mm x 368mm Speed range 0.5 - 7 mph Incline Manual 3 position Maximum weight limit 110 kg Class Rating HC Please note that the specifications are subject to change without notice. SUPPORT CUSTOMER SERVICE HELPLINE NUMBER 0870 873 0076 SPARE PARTS NUMBER 0870 873 0095 Opening hours Mon-Thu 8 am - 6 pm Fri 8 am - 4 pm Sat-Sun Closed 23 ELECTRICAL SAFETY WARNING! Read these safety instructions thoroughly before connecting this product to the mains supply. • Before switching on, make sure that the voltage of your electricity supply is the same as that indicated on the rating plate. This product is designed to operate on 230VAC 50Hz. Connecting it to any other power source may cause damage. • This product may be fitted with a non-rewireable plug. If it is necessary to change the fuse in the plug, the fuse cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover becomes lost or damaged, the plug must not be used until a suitable replacement is obtained. • If the plug has to be changed because it is not suitable for your socket, or due to damage, it should be cut off and a replacement fitted, following the wiring instructions shown below. The old plug must be disposed of safely, as insertion into a 13 amp socket could cause an electrical hazard. WARNING! The wires in the power cable of this product are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue = Neutral Brown = Live Green/Yellow = Earth If the colours of the wires in the power cable of this product do not correspond with the markings on the terminals of your plug, proceed as follows (refer Plug should be BS1363/A approved. Fit a 13 Amp fuse. to the plug wiring diagram EARTH (Green/Yellow) • The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked N or coloured Black. NEUTRAL LIVE (Blue) (Brown) • The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal Ensure that the outer sheath of the cable is which is marked L or coloured Red. firmly held by the clamp. • The wire which is coloured Green & Yellow must be connected to the terminal which is marked with an Earth symbol (shown left) or coloured Green. WARNING! A 13amp fuse must be fitted. There are no user-serviceable parts inside - always refer to qualified service personnel. Do not allow this product to be exposed to rain or moisture during use or storage. WARNING! This appliance MUST be earthed. 24 GUARANTEE This product is guaranteed for twelve months from the date of original purchase. If any defect arises due to faulty materials or workmanship the unit will be either replaced, a refund will be given, or the unit will be repaired free of charge (where possible) during this period by the dealer from whom you purchased the unit. The guarantee is subject to the following provisions:- The guarantee is only valid within the boundaries of the country of purchase. The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this manual. It must be used solely for domestic purposes. The guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse, cabinet parts, or knobs. The guarantee will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has been damaged by inexpert repair. The manufacturer disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential damages. The guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish, your statutory or legal rights.
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